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Royal College of Science, Arts and Commerce, Mumbai

7 / 10

Based on 9 Student Reviews

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Reviews About Royal College of Science, Arts and Commerce, Mumbai

Shubham
Shubham
Bachelor of Science [B.Sc] (Computer Science), batch of 2018
9/10
ACADEMICS & FACULTY

The daily routine is good. The method of teaching is excellent and this college is among the most disciplined colleges in Mumbai. Overall experience has been great.


CLUBS & ASSOCIATIONS

NCC, NSS, WDC, NISARG are some of the societies and clubs in the college. Each department conducts its own inter-college or intra-college events. Gyan Manthan is the Royal College's fest. 



Ibu
Ibu
Bachelor of Management Studies [BMS], batch of 2016
8/10
ACADEMICS & FACULTY

Class starts at  7:30 am to 12:00 pm. Assignments and projects are given regularly. Quality of teaching is good. Lectures are well experienced. Overall experience is good.


CLUBS & ASSOCIATIONS

There are many societies like Core Committee, Commerce society, NCC, NSS, SDRs, Vigilance Body, etc. Many festivals are celebrated in this college. Life is good in this college.



Siddhi
Siddhi
Bachelor of Science [B.Sc] (Chemistry), batch of 2019
6/10
ACADEMICS & FACULTY
  • For graduate students, class timings are from 7AM to 12.15PM at Royal College of Science, Arts and Commerce, Mumbai.
  • Various project several exams and all lectures are being conducted in this college.
  • Teachers are very helpful and intelligent, approach to students is really good.
  • Overall experience makes me study and is good .

CLUBS & ASSOCIATIONS
  • There are really few student societies and clubs to join but college festival is really large which includes lots of competition and annual function.
  • Teachers are also part of these clubs so they are there to guide you.
  • Every subject has its own club and NCC caded is also there at Royal College of Science, Arts and Commerce, Mumbai.


akansha
Akansha
Bachelor Of Management Studies [BMS], batch of 2013
6/10
ACADEMICS & FACULTY
Studies in the college are decent and emphasis is laid on academic scoring strongly. The syllabus is molded in such a way that it is convenient for the students as well. The faculty is efficient and experienced.

FOREIGN EXCHANGE & INTERNATIONAL EXPOSURE
Their is no foreign exchange program as such in the college.

CLUBS & ASSOCIATIONS
The college has a lots of clubs and associations to help its students grow and nurture. Most of these clubs are subject based but their events are not so thus increasing the space more interaction.

SOCIAL ATMOSPHERE
The social atmosphere of the college is excellent. Interaction amoung the students is very good and the exposure to various culture is outstanding.


Anjali
Anjali
Bachelor of Science [B.Sc] (Computer Science), batch of 2020
8/10
ACADEMICS & FACULTY

Class timings are from 7:48 am to 2:00 pm and Quality of and method of teaching is excellent and teachers to concentrate on imparting knowledge


CLUBS & ASSOCIATIONS

●Gyan Manthan is the main fest

●College also hosts NSS and NCC units.

●Each faculty has its own clubs and associations



Rabiya
Rabiya
Bachelor of Arts [BA] (Economics), batch of 2016
4/10
ACADEMICS & FACULTY
  • Good experienced teachers and the method of teaching is very useful at Royal College of Science, Arts and Commerce.

CLUBS & ASSOCIATIONS
  • Very nice environment at Royal College of Science, Arts and Commerce.
  • Management is strict.



About Royal College of Science, Arts and Commerce, Mumbai

The society was founded on 28th December,1966 by Asgar E. Lakdawala, a poor S.S.C student at that time. He gathered together, a very small group of young boys, each of whom hailing from a poor family and had a spirit of service, sacrifice, friendship & understanding. The sole mission of a group was Educational upliftment of poor & needy students of Bohra Community; since 1966, year after year, more and more benefactors from Bohra Community realised the importance of the mission set by the founder & today, there are about 600 life members & patron members who are patronising the mission of the society. Basically the society aims at the education of the Bohra & non-Bohra Muslim community & extends its facilities to other communities.

Action So Far

Over the years, since the inception in 1966, the society has strived hard to provide atleast the basic needs of education so that underprivileged class of students can also take necessary education without an extra burden on the day to day expenses of their poor parents.

Every year, about 3000 needy students are benefited by our various schemes, we provide………….

  • School fees, College fees, Books, Uniforms & Stationery to the poor students from  pre-primary to higher education.

  • Royal Educational Adoption Plan (REAP) under which needy students are adopted for financial aid to acquire desired qualification.

The  College

In 1989, the society established a full-fledged Degree college imparting education in Arts -Science-Commerce and Management Streams. It is a Minority Institution which aims at the education of the minority community & extends its faculties & services to other communities also.

The plot admeasuring  about 10,000 sq. mt. was generously donated by the four partners of Shrishti Housing complex namely Late Mr.Ismail M.Kanga, Mr.Mafatraj P. Munot, Mr.K.M.Goenka & Mr.Niranjanlal Dalmia.

Royal Society of Bombay with the help of GENEROSITY of philanthropists from Bohra community has spent more than Rs.15.50  crores to give the present shape to the Educational campus. 

Vision

To be recognized as a Minority educational institution par excellence having secular outlook, imparting value based education to the youth, to mould them into disciplined, conscientious citizens of the society who would contribute to the social, economical and cultural growth of the society.

Mission

  • To provide holistic academic programmes and an inspiring learning environment.

  • To contribute to personal, professional and social growth of students, belonging to minority community thereby enhancing the economic growth of the minority community with special emphasis on girls’ education.

  • To extend its facilities to other communities within the framework of the constitution of India

Infrastructure

Building has five floors of which ground floor and upper 3 floors are used for the college. The College has spacious classrooms, staff rooms, well-equipped laboratories, a sprawling library and a comfortable administrative office.

The College has an inspirational student charter put in the entrance.

The Gymkhana has facilities for playing table tennis, carrom and chess. The College ground has:

  • A full size concretized basketball court.

  • Two volleyball courts, which are also used for handball.

  • One badminton


Placement Cell

Placement cell  maintains portals of all TY students with regular updation. It organizes career guidance lectures, coordinates with the placement departments of various organizations and arranges for campus interviews .

 


The following scholarships will be available to students of this college, the details of which will be put up on the notice board  after the college re-opens……..

  • Abbas A.Morbiwala Scholarship

  • Amey Scholarship

  • Asgarbhai Nooruddin Merchant Scholarship

  • Asmabai F.Bandukwala Scolarship

  • Batul A.Morbiwala Scholarship

  • Camaruddin G. Poonawalla Scholarship

  • Prof. C. P. Singh Anil Scholarship

  • Ebrahim Adamally Scholarship

  • Esoofali A.Lakdawala Scholarship

  • E.V.Lokhandwala Scholarship

  • Fakhruddin A. Bohra Scholarship

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