Career Counseling, Competitive Examination & NET/SET Exam Guidance Cell

Mahatma Gandhi Vidyamandir’s, Loknete Vyankatrao Hiray Arts, Science and Commerce College Panchvati, Nashik since its inception has produced many stalwarts who have made their mark on various fields and have contributed to the development of our nation. Lately as the role of the state is increasing, there is a need of strong and efficient bureaucracy, which can be performing its duties in an ethical and accountable manner, support the edifice of the general administration in various fields. For this, Mahatma Gandhi Vidyamandir, has started a Competitive Examination Cell, for creating and honing ethical, efficient, competent bureaucrats who can assimilate their knowledge with administrative acumen and serve on the vanguard of the government machinery.

The institution has constituted a Competitive Examination Cell to prepare the students to face the different competitive examination like UPSC / MPSC / NET /SET/ Banking etc. The current era is full of competition and the students should appear for number of competitive examinations. The students should be encouraged and guided to prepare for such challenging examinations. Through this cell, the college organizes various activities for the development of the students. The Cell conducts special lectures, different competitions and provides the quality ambience to increase the students’ success rate to enter administrative services.

Vision and Mission:

Creating and honing ethical, efficient, competent administrators.

Aims and Objective:

The specific aim of the Centre is to give insights of MPSC, UPSC and other competitive examinations to the students. The Centre endeavors to accomplish the following objectives in the light of the aim specified.

1. To spread awareness about competitive examinations among the students (living in rural, remote and tribal area), and to create and sustain their interest in the respective field.

2. To introduce the students the nature of different competitive examinations, its syllabi, various advertisements, the structure of examinations etc.

3. To provide the basic knowledge of necessary preparations like pre-examination preparation, post-examination preparation, basic preparations for the interview skills, etc.

4. To provide comprehensive and quality study material and guidance for students who cannot afford coaching classes.

5. To develop a sense of social and civic responsibility among students and to acquire leadership qualities and democratic attitude.

Highlights:

1. Experienced staff.

2. Well established library facility.

3. Special coaching and Career Counseling.

4. Periodical unit test.

Activities:

1. UPSC / MPSC foundation course

2. NET/SET Guidance Workshops

3. Police/Agnipath Recruitment Scheme Guidance .

4. Banking Exam Guidance

5. Mock Interview Guidance

Committee Members

1 Dr.R.A.Jadhav Chairman
2 Dr.P.B.Marakwar Member
3 Dr.S.D.Manjarekar Member
4 Dr.A.P.Wanarase Member
5 Dr.A.C.Lokhande Member
6 Dr.J.A.Sode Member
7 Mr.L.G.Tank Member
8 Mr.S.L.Dhonnar Member

List of Successful Students:

Sr. No. Name of the Student Subject Name of the Post/Exam Qualified Year
1 Nerkar Nilesh Bhagwan Geography NET 2014-15
2 Borase Rohini G. Chemistry NET 2014-15
3 Abhisek Kumar Soni Electronic Science NET 2015-16
4 Miss. Priti Valecha Electronic Science NET 2015-16
5 Dhatrak Swapnil Geography NET 2015-16
6 Dhatrak Swapnil Geography SET 2015-16
7 Date Pradip Geography SET 2015-16
8 Bhagwan Kumbhar Geography NET 2015-16
9 Sidhhart Bajrang Pardeshi History Army 2015-16
10 Koli Prashant Chemistry SET 2015-16
11 Sahebrao Ahire Psychology SET 2015-16
12 Palve Hanuman Psychology NET 2015-16
13 Mukul Chuadhari Psychology NET 2015-16
14 Rohini Pawar Psychology SET 2015-16
15 Sangita Padvi Psychology SET 2015-16
16 Mukul Chudhari Psychology NET 2015-16
17 Mr. Umesh J. Tupe Electronic Science SET 2016-17
18 Zeel Harshadkumar Kinkhabwala Psychology GRE 2016-17
19 Zeel Harshadkumar Kinkhabwala Psychology IELTS 2016-17
20 Mr. Somnath Bhika Handge Electronic Science SET 2016-17
21 Monika Suryakant Patil Electronic Science Railway 2016-17
22 Date Pradip Geography NET/JRF 2016-17
23 Kakad Anita N. Geography SET 2016-17
24 Kapadnis Shital S. Chemistry SET 2016-17
25 DevidasSalunke Geography SET 2017-18
26 Dipali Pandurang Pagare Geography NET 2017-18
27 Ghulum Tulshiram Shankar History SET 2017-18
28 Shakuntala Ramdas Gaikwad History SET 2017-18
29 Jadhav Chetan Prahlad History Police 2017-18
30 Gaikwad Archana Hiraman History SET 2017-18
31 Chaudhari Sunil Haribhau Mathematics NET/State Govt Service 2017-18
32 Sakalkale Sanket S. Mathematics Assistant Commandant 2017-18
33 Vijay Mahale Mathematics India Post 2017-18
34 Aher Yogesh Sanjay Mathematics State Govt Service 2017-18
35 Bhangare Ashok M. Chemistry SET 2017-18
36 Mahale Bhagwan N Chemistry NET 2017-18
37 Shinde Vrushali S. Chemistry NET 2017-18
38 Deepak Kurkute English SET 2017-18
39 Swapnil Alhat English SET 2017-18
40 Bhoye Shantaram Baban Zoology SET 2017-18
41 Nikam Sangita Zoology SET 2017-18
42 Aher Sujata Vasant Economics SET 2018-19
43 Khalkar Sujata Nandu Economics NET 2018-19
44 SanapJalindar M. Geography NET 2018-19
45 Date Pradip Geography NET 2018-19
46 UmeshBaburao Pagar Geography NET 2018-19
47 Somnath Aaher Geography MPSC/PSI 2018-19
48 Tarware Pradip Kashinath History Multi-Tasking Staff , Air Office 2018-19
49 Khandare Akash Rajendra History CRPF Police 2018-19
50 Khandagale Seema Kashinath History PSI 2018-19
51 Patil Avinash Rajendra History CRPF Police 2018-19
52 Nayana Jopale Mathematics India Post 2018-19
53 Ghori faiyaj N. Chemistry SET 2018-19
54 Tidake Atul D. Chemistry SET 2018-19
55 Patil Jayshri S. Chemistry SET 2018-19
56 Magar Mansi H. Chemistry SET 2018-19
57 Salunkhe Aruna B. Chemistry SET 2018-19
58 Nalini Bagul Psychology SET 2018-19
59 Vikram Rasal Psychology SET 2018-19
60 Savita Pingale Psychology SET 2018-19
61 Yogesh Wankhede Psychology SET 2018-19
62 Rajendra Kadale Psychology SET 2018-19
63 Khairnar Rupali Psychology SET 2018-19
64 Bhoye Shantaram Baban Zoology NET 2018-19
65 Umesh Pagar Geography SET 2019-20
66 Machhindra Mule Geography SET 2019-20
67 Choudhari Vikas Kashinath Economics NET 2019-20
68 Wagh Maya Damu Economics SET 2019-20
69 Bhoye Manohar Uttum History Forest Guard 2019-20
70 Pooja R. Dagale History Lecturer 2019-20
71 Thorat Mahesh Chandar History Teacher ZP 2019-20
72 Wadekar Swati Subhash History SET 2019-20
73 Deore Prajkta R. Mathematics SET 2019-20
74 Meghna P. Waghere Mathematics India Post 2019-20
75 Kshirsagar Dnyaeshwar M. Mathematics SET 2019-20
76 Patil Pragati Prakash Chemistry GATE 2019-20
77 Sagne Abhishek Chemistry GATE 2019-20
78 Gaikwad Jagan M. Chemistry NET/SET 2019-20
79 Swati Pawar Psychology SET 2019-20
80 Shruti Tank Psychology SET 2019-20
81 Gavit Shailesh Bhika Zoology SET 2019-20
82 Bhamare Ankita Vasant Zoology SET 2019-20
83 Gurav Rajendra Psychology NET 2020-21

Facilities provided through Centre

1. UPSC / MPSC foundation course :

This foundation course provides combined guidance for Prelim exam and Main exam. Guidance is also provided for all 4 papers of General Studies, compulsory English, and Marathi.

Special features of course:

1. Medium: Marathi.

2. Screening Test Is taken.

3. The course is run as per the module pattern.

4. Detailed guidance for General study paper, compulsory English, compulsory Marathi.

5. Rich library and study room available.

6. Personal guidance and counseling are given by experienced faculty members.

7. Test series for both papers along with discussions are conducted at the end of the course.

2. NET/SET Guidance Workshops :

NET/SET Workshop will conduct after the announcement of NET/SET examination process. This workshop provides guidance on General Paper on Teaching & Research Aptitude (Paper-I) and discipline specific Paper – II & III.

3. Agnipath Recruitment Scheme Guidance :

Agnipath Recruitment Scheme is a biggest defence manpower reform in India’s independent history, the Agnipath Scheme—for the armed forces. Coming into immediate effect, the scheme will henceforth guide all the recruitments of soldiers, sailors, and airmen between the ages of 17.5 and 21 to serve for four years. Youths joining the armed forces under the new scheme will be known as Agniveers and their enrolment would be based on an “All India, All Class” basis. The new scheme is a radical departure from the previous recruitment policy under which recruits were required to serve at least 17 years before they could retire with a pension. The scheme is visualized to “bring about a transformational shift towards a more tech-savvy armed forces” by attracting young talent familiar with contemporary technological trends and improving the age profile of the armed forces. The guidance will be providing for desired students both written and physical test.

4. Banking Exam Guidance :

Banking is one of the fastest growing industry in India and they are considered as sunrise sector of Indian Economy. More so, the government is focusing on providing banking facilities in every village and town, under its Financial Inclusion scheme. And hence, more and more branches of the banks are being opened in every part of the country.As the sector is growing very fast, it also needs manpower at various levels. Essentially the recruitment in bank sector happens at the following levels:

Bank Probationary Officer (Bank PO): This is a managerial position in a bank. After the essential 1 to 2-year training, candidates are designated as Assistant Managers (AM) or Deputy Managers (DM).

Bank Clerks: As the name suggests, this is a clerical position in the bank and this can be considered as entry level job in a bank..

Specialist Officers (SO): Banks also hire candidates for specialist profiles like – IT Officer, HR Officer, Marketing Officer, Finance Officer, Law Officer, Agriculture Officer etc. The guidance will providing for General aptitude, Quantitative aptitude, Reasoning ability, English Language, General awareness and Basic Computer Knowledge etc.

5. Mock Interview Guidance :

Interview guidance workshops are conducted after the result of the Main examination. The nature and content of such workshops include current events, possible questions that may be asked in the interview, special sessions for preparation of General Study’s papers from the point of view of an interview. An expert and eminent faculty and senior serving officers provide guidance in these workshops.

6. Study Material

Books and magazines of various competitive examinations are purchased in the library regularly.

7. Competitive Exam Alerts

A Whatsapp and Telegram group is made for circulating news regarding various advertisements, recruitment notifications, information about competitive examination.

8. Competitive Examination Counseling

All departments have providing various competitive examination information to the students of concern departments. Separate sessions were arranged for providing information about various career options in particular subjects in every department.