Matoshri Education Society's

Approved by: All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), New Delhi. Directorate of Technical Education, Maharashtra.
Affiliated to: Savitribai Phule Pune University, Pune, Code:1121. (DTE Code: MB5122) Accrediated By NAAC

  • Matoshri Education Society's

    Matoshri College of Management &
    Research Centre, Eklahare, Nashik

    [DTE Code: MB5122] Accrediated By NAAC

Best Practices

Institute Best Practices

Matoshri Asarabai Scholarship

Financial assistance to the deserving students through -Asarabai scholarship Scheme. (Given by Matoshri Education Society)

Objectives
  • Many students seeking admissions come from the rural/tribal areas with low economic back ground. So financial assistance is extended to these deserving students. The noble objectives of the practice are to extend financial aid to the poor students, especially from the rural, to enable them to get admissions.
  • To support financially to all the deserving poor students without any discrimination of caste or creed.
  • To inculcate the values of ‘generosity’ and a ‘sense of social responsibility’ among the students.
Context

Through a sincere commitment to all students and their families, Institute strives to eliminate financial and other barriers to higher education. Institute makes a conscious effort to reach out to those with exceptional economic and educational needs. These funds are provided besides the government scholarships. Government scholarship focuses on reservation categories or EBC category only but sometimes due to want of documents or rigid conditions, many students do not fit the bill. Institutional level scholarship caters to these students. The aim is to uplift the students from lower economic class.

Evidence of Success
Years 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18 2018-19
No. of students receiving scholarship 138 49 135 37 63
Problems Encountered and Resources Required

It is difficult to provide scholarships to all students. The Institute may cater to more students if more resources are made available through various measures.

Matoshri Champion League

A yearly activity to inculcate management and leadership skills among the students. Institute motivates students to participate in these competitions and award them by rewarding them the cash prize of Rupees 7000/- and Rupees 5000/- and trophy to winner and runner students.

Objectives
  • To develop management and leadership abilities amongst the student.
  • To stimulate the flow of ideas and encourage students to think out of the box.
  • To inculcate Group Dynamics within the students and reduce stage fear amongst them.
  • To develop interpersonal skill among the students.
Context

Matoshri Champion League is a yearly activity conducted by the institute where in various competitions like Poster Buzz, Extempore, Debate, Library Treasure Hunt, Ad-mad Show, Management Games, Business Buzz, One Minute Show, Documentary etc. are organized in the institute which develops healthy competitive skills among the students. It stimulates the flow of ideas and talent which helps in developing students. It also enhances group dynamics and encourages them to face the audience which further reduces stage fear.

Evidence of Success
Years 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18 2018-19
No of students Participating 140 102 150 145 144
Problems Encountered and Resources Required

Participation of students is not 100%. There is no issue related to resources required

Green Practices

1. Bicycle

A bicycle is the most economical way of transportation. It helps to improve the health of the community. It is pollution free. Bicycles are used for internal travelling within the campus. Some staff members are also using bicycles to come to college occasionally.

2. Public Transport & Car Pulling

College provides bus facility. Apart from the bus facility, the members and students use public transport for their convenience. The institution instructs the students on transportation etiquettes like to remain polite, to follow traffic rules, offer their seats to the elderly people, pregnant women etc. Most of students and staff members use car pulling to come to college.

3. Pedestrian Friendly Roads

Pedestrian Roads provide a safe path for people to walk along that is separated from the motorized traffic. They aid road safety. The institution wants to expand the pedestrian road surrounding the campus to encourage more multimodal transportation.

4. Plastic Free Campus

Initiative has been taken to make campus plastic free by discouraging use of plastic bags to minimize environmental damage and risks associated with it

5. Green Landscaping with Trees and Plants

Events like tree plantation, Clean India Campaign etc. are organized regularly.Green Audit is introduced; but the college has taken care of environment problems and accordingly it has planted trees in and around the campus. Green Campus Competition is organized on the Independence Day, the college has jointly taken free plantation by the students and staff members. All these activities are carried out with the sole objective of environment awareness among students and staff members. The infrastructure is designed in such a way as to provide enough light, air and ventilation in the class rooms Trees and plants are planted around the building.

6. Paperless office

The use of paper is greatly reduced by maintaining e-records. This reduce carbon footprint. We use tally ERP.9 Software in office.

Rain Water Harvesting

Water plays a significant role in our lives, since it is a precious natural resource. Over the past few years, there has been an increase of water shortages in several parts of the Maharashtra. Thus, Rain water harvesting is being done to conserve the water resource. Rain water is collected in underground water tank and it is being used for the purpose of green campus. Each and every member of institute is engaged with the development of green campus.

Renewable Energy Sources

Renewable Energy Sources

The Sun is an extremely powerful energy source, and sunlight is by far the largest source of energy received by Earth, but its intensity at Earth’s surface is actually quite low. This is essentially because of the enormous radial spreading of radiation from the distant Sun. A relatively minor additional loss is due to Earth’s atmosphere and clouds, which absorb or scatter as much as 54 percent of the incoming sunlight. The sunlight that reaches the ground consists of nearly 50 percent visible light, 45 percent infrared radiation, and smaller amounts of ultraviolet and other forms of electromagnetic radiation.