Important Updates

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Important Updates for AY 2018-19 Admission


DTE Code 6200 - Nav Sahyadri Charitable Trust's Institute of Science, Pimpri Bk.
DTE Choice Code - 620010110
DTE Information Brochure for Admission: Click Here
Procedure for Admission under Centralized Admission Process (CAP) for MBA Course - Academic Year 2018-2019
Candidates who have been allotted the seat as per first preference in Round I, II, III or freezed their allotment in Round I,II,III and reported to ARC should report to the Institute as per below given schedule and Confirm Admission by submitting ORIGINAL documents with (two) attested copies (Only Outside SPPU, Pune University Students should bring Three attested copies) and payment of fees.
 

 Candidates who have been allotted the seat as per first preference in Round I,II,III or freezed their allotment in Round respective round and reported to ARC

 Dates
 CAP round I should report to NSCT IMS, Pimpri between 06/07/2018 to 26/07/2018
CAP round II should report to NSCT IMS, Pimpri between  14/07/2018 to 26/07/2018
CAP round II should report to NSCT IMS, Pimpri between 22/07/2018 to 26/07/2018
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Please refer to DTE, Maharashtra website for further details and schedules: Important Dates
Submit ORIGINAL documents with (two) attested copies (Only Outside SPPU, Pune University Students should bring Three attested copies) and payment of fees.
  1. Final ARC Allotment Letter
  1. FC Confirmation Letter
  1. Seat Acceptance fee letter of ARC
  1. CET Scorecard or CAT /MAT/ CMAT /XAT /ATMA Scorecard
  1. SSC Mark sheet, Certificate
  1. HSC Mark sheet, Certificate
  1. Graduation Mark sheet (Final year for SPPU, Pune graduated students, all graduation years  mark sheet for Outside SPPU, Pune university students)
  1. Graduation Degree/Passing Certificate
  1. College leaving/transfer certificate
  1. Affidavit for GAP certificate duly notarised on Rs. 100/- stamp paper ( If GAP between two academic Years)
  1. Nationality Proof (Domicile Certificate/Leaving Certificate/Valid Indian Passport/Birth Certificate Etc. stating Indian Nationality)
  1. Domicile Certificate
  1. Birth certificate
  1. Six Passport size Photographs
  1. Migration Certificate (Applicable to only outside SPPU, Pune​ university students)
  1. Caste Certificate (If Applicable)
  1. Caste Validity (If Applicable)
  1. Previous financial year (Current Assessment year) Income Certificate
  1. Non Creamy layer certificate 
  1. Rationing Card (For EBC applicable students)
  1. Aadhar Card
  1. PAN Card
  2. Defence: Documents as Applicable and given on page of DTE information brochure.
  3. Divyangjan: Documents as Applicable and given on page of DTE information brochure.
  Open Category EBC (50% Tution Fees) OBC Category (50% Tution Fees) DT/VJ /NT/SBC Category SC/ST Category
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For the payment of above fees payorder/DD should be drawn in favour of Director, Institute of Management Science, Pimpri Bk.
We are charging fees to Reserve Category student as per the directions of DTE and Social Welfare department (Government of Maharashtra). However it shall be the responsibility of the student to submit their Free ship/scholarship application form to the concern Government Authorities within the prescribed dates for the sanction . Institute shall not be responsible for the failure in submission of application form and for the non-sanction of the same from Government Authorities. In such circumstances student will have to pay the balance fees to the Institute before the completion of first year of course. Necessary cooperation shall be provided by the Institute in this regard but student and parent should also take necessary follow up of the same from the Government Offices . SPPU, Pune fees like examination, Eligibility, Pro rata etc. to be paid on as is where is basis to the Institute.
 

AY 2018-19 Admission Related Updates


Provisional Seat Distribution for Admission to First Year of Two Years Full Time Post-Graduate Degree Courses in Management viz. MBA/MMS/PGDM for the Academic Year 2018-19. Please click here for the detailed seat distribution.
 
Choice Code  Course Name SI MS Seats Minority Seats  All India Institute Seats
620010110 M.B.A. 60 51 0 9 0

Category Open SC ST VJ/DT NTB NTC NTD OBC PWD Total
HU 15 5 2 1 1 1 1 7 3 36
OHU 7 2 1 1 0 1 0 3 0 15

 

Vacancy list published by DTE, Maharashtra as on 17th July 2018 06:00 PM. Please click here for the detailed vacancy report 
 
Choice Code  Course Name SI MS Seats Minority Seats  All India Institute Seats
620010110 M.B.A. 60 23 0 2 0

 

Category Open SC ST VJ/DT NTB NTC NTD OBC PWD Total
HU 0 2 2 1 1 1 0 7 3 17
OHU 0 2 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 6

 

 Year  2016-17 2015-16 2014-15 2013-14 2012-13  Average (%)
 MBAI 60 60 60 60 60  
MBA Ii 60 60 60 60 60  
Total 120 120 120 120 120  
Admitted Students            
MBA I 60 60 60 60 60  
MBAII 53 51 50 49 48  
Total 113 111 110 109 107  
Average Enrollment (%)  94.17 92.5 91.67 90.83 89.17 91.67 %

Internal Certificate Programs


NSCT's IMS's personality development course polishes and improves your presentation & communication skills. This course helps groom students personality & deal in the professional environment effectively. This 40 Hours professional certificate course covers below given modules 
UNIT I Introduction to Personality Development

The concept of personality - Dimensions of personality – Theories of Freud & Erickson-Significance of personality development. The concept of success and failure: What is success? - Hurdles in achieving success - Overcoming hurdles - Factors responsible for success – What is failure - Causes of failure. SWOT analysis.

UNIT II Attitude & Motivation

Attitude - Concept - Significance - Factors affecting attitudes - Positive attitude – Advantages –Negative attitude- Disadvantages - Ways to develop positive attitude - Differences between personalities having positive and negative attitude. Concept of motivation - Significance – Internal and external motives - Importance of self- motivation- Factors leading to de-motivation

UNIT III Self-esteem

Term self-esteem - Symptoms - Advantages - Do's and Don‘ts to develop positive self-esteem – Low selfesteem - Symptoms - Personality having low self esteem - Positive and negative self esteem. Interpersonal Relationships – Defining the difference between aggressive, submissive and assertive behaviours - Lateral thinking.

UNIT IV Other Aspects of Personality Development

Body language - Problem-solving - Conflict and Stress Management - Decision-making skills -

Leadership and qualities of a successful leader – Character building -Team-work – Time management -

Work ethics –Good manners and etiquette.
 
UNIT V Employability Quotient

Resume building- The art of participating in Group Discussion – Facing the Personal (HR & Technical) Interview -Frequently Asked Questions - Psychometric Analysis - Mock Interview Sessions.
Today’s professionals face a dual challenge of being competitive as well as global. They not only have to be master in their professional skills but also, they must have various soft skills competencies to be suitable for the job market. In today’s date the job market is growing in terms of volume but it is shrinking in terms of number of professionals passing out of the college. The students who pass out their degree must possess the qualities of a techno manager. They must be in a position to do multitasking in their jobs. Only possessing technical skills/hard skills have not paid off for many. Hence, keeping in view the requirement of the job market it was understood that the students need to be good at Soft skills too. One of the most important tool for good soft skills is Communication skills. Communication skills means English communication skills. Communication skills helps a student in developing Confidence, smartness and outward skills. This course has been designed keeping in mind the need of the
Engineering students and their future needs. All the three modules discussed in the curriculum is highly essential and helps a professional to speak better English. A thorough research has gone into the design of the curriculum. The digital notes prepared will help to enhance the
understanding on the subject. The students are advised to use the digital notes for the purpose of reference only. They have go through many  books in order to understand individual subjects. The course will help in getting a better idea on different topics, hence, increasing the competency of the students in the subject.
 
Module-I The elements of Communication

1.1 The importance of communication through English at the present time
1.2 The process of communication and factors that influence communication sender, receiver, channel, code, topic, message, context, feedback, noise, filters & barriers
1.3 The importance of audience and purpose
1.4 The information gap principle: given and new information, information overload
1.5 Verbal and non-verbal communication: body language
1.6 Comparing general communication and business communication

Module-II The sounds of English

2.1 Vowels, diphthongs, consonants, consonant clusters
2.2 The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA): Phonemic transcription
2.3 Problem Sounds
2.4 Syllable division and word stress
2.5 Sentence rhythm and weak forms
2.6 Contrastive stress in sentences to highlight different words
2.7 Intonation: Falling, rising and falling-rising tones
2.8 Varieties of Spoken English: Standard Indian, American and British

(Note: This unit tobe taught in a simple, non-technical manner, avoiding technical terms as far as possible.)

Module- III Review of English grammar

3.1 Static and Dynamic Verbs
3.2 The auxiliary system: finite and non-finite verbs
3.3 Time, tense and aspect
3.4 Voice: Active and passive
3.5 Modality
3.6 Negation
3.7 Interrogation: reported and tag questions
3.8 Conditionals,
3.9 Concord
3.10 Phrasal Verbs

(Note: The teaching of grammar should be treated as a diagnostic and remedial activity and integrated with communication practice. The areas of grammar in which errors are common should receive special attention when selecting items for review. Teaching need not be confined to the topics listed above.)
Tally software is a complete Accounting, Inventory, Taxation and Payroll software. Tally 9 ERP software is considered as one of the best Accounting software. Tally is capable of handling any kind of business transactions. Tally 9 ERP software is being used by individuals and business corporate to maintain their books of Accounts. It is important to maintain record of all monetary transactions. To record such transactions it is necessary for an individual to learn tally.Tally software is used so widely that it has become imperative for the students seeking jobs in the Accounts department of any company to learn Tally till the advanced level. Certificate in Tally 9 provides necessary skills to students to perform all kinds of accounting operations as required by the industry.
 

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PARTICULARS

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Basic Principles of Accounting

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Golden Rules of Accounting

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First Screen

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Select Company

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Choose Company

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Gateway of Tally

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Change in Accounting Period

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Alter/Create New Company

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Recording of Opening Balances

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Making Accounting Entries

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Select the Proper Key As per Requirement

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F6 – Receipt Entries

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F4 – Contra Entries

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F5 – Payment Entries

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Banks Monthly Extracts

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Banking Detailed Transactions

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Preparing Bank Reconciliation Statements

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Printing Option

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Trail Balance View

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Profit & Loss A/c View

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Balance Sheet view

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Shortcut Keys in Tally