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Bhaktivedanta Swami Marg, Gulmohar Road, Vile Parle Suvarna Nagar, Vile Parle Mumbai, Maharashtra 400056, India
Bhaktivedanta Swami Marg, Gulmohar Road, Vile ParleINMaharashtraMumbai400056
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Best college in Mumbai and probably India for studying in commerce field. I loved my college life.
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Arjun Singh
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It's a top class junior college. It's fun learning here.Teachers are good even the infrastructure is very good making the study much more interesting...🙌🙌🙌
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Arpiet Malpani
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Top colleges in Mumbai was my dream college for BMS
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Eshaan K Joshi
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It's great to be at NM. Although the college is strict in its norms and rules, it is to bring discipline in students. The tough marking scheme instils you to work harder. A lot of support is provided if you want to try something new. Rightfully the best college.
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Raiyyan Habib
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Awesome college. I study here and my college is the reason wherever I stand today.
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Nikhil Kudale
3 months ago
My dream college & living the dream itself, #1 commerce college in Maharashtra & for BMS AOI. Superb infrastructure & huge canteen. Very strict college.
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Shivam Waghela
6 months ago
It ranks #1 in Maharashtra in Commerce. Best faculties and world-class infrastructure. It observes the best placements from top MNCs.
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Great college....though the grading is strict....attendance is's totally worth it!


NICL AO Exam 2013: Reschedule

National Insurance Company Limited (NICL) rescheduled examination for the post of Administrative Officers (both Generalist & Specialist disciplines). The exam is rescheduled to be held on 15 and 22 December 2013 for the following centres. The examination centre for Hissar will be at Delhi. The Admit Cards for the written examination will be sent to the email ids of the candidates and the same can be downloaded from our website, 7 days prior to the examination in due course of time. Further, any query related to the aforementioned re-examination may be sent at the following mail id:
Maharashtra Board reduces 50 marks in Mathematics Paper for Class 10:

Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE), Mumbai has reduced the 50 marks in Mathematics paper for Class 9 and Class 10 syllabus. 

MSBSHSE affiliated schools will carry 100 marks instead of 150, in tune with the upgraded syllabus.

The Maharashtra board also announced that exclusion of some units or sub-units from upgraded syllabus of Class 11 and Class 12 for mathematics and statistics (arts and science). MSBSHSE has asked all stakeholders, especially teachers, to take note of the changes. 

The upgraded syllabus of Class 9 had implemented in 2010-11 and of Class 10 in 2011-12. MSBSHSE has said, "Though syllabus for Class 9 and Class 10 were upgraded as per the National Curriculum Framework 2005, some units/ sub-units were included in addition, to NCERT syllabus since the subject was of 150 marks," "However, as per the state curriculum framework 2010, syllabus of all subjects has been upgraded and the assessment pattern revised from 150 to 100 marks.

Therefore, sub-units are not in NCERT syllabus but included in textbooks are being omitted," MSBSHSE added. For mathematics subject, earlier the written examination carried 60 marks in algebra and 60 in geometry and 30 marks were for the oral test. In the new pattern, algebra paper will carry 40 marks, geometry 40 marks and 20 marks will be for the oral test, it said. For junior colleges, the upgraded syllabus for Class 11 was implemented from 2011-12, and Class 12 from 2012-13. 

The syllabus was upgraded as per National Curriculum Framework, and some units/ sub-units were added, in addition to the NCERT syllabus. The state board said, "Considering the core syllabus received from the Council of Boards of School Education in India (COBSE) we excluded some units/ sub-units from mathematics and statistics subjects (arts and science) syllabus of Class 11 and Class 12." 

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What’s the Value of a College Degree?

When my parents bought their first house in the early 1960s, they focused on buying a place to live in and raise their children. By the time I purchased my first house early last decade, buying a house was as much about the “investment” as it was about buying something in order to put a roof over your head. Flipping homes turned into something people did for a living. "Return on investment" became as important a metric as the number of bedrooms and bathrooms in the house.
Return on investment has now become an important metric for another big purchase in life: the college degree. For generations we’ve been told that going to college was worth it both from an economic standpoint (higher earnings) and for improved quality of life (better health and civic engagement). College enrollment surged by one-third last decade. Going to any college, at any cost was the ticket to a better life.
Now as incomes lag and college prices continue to rise--average tuition eats up 40 percent of median income these days--the conversation about going to college has evolved into figuring out the return on investment of going to a specific school to major in a particular degree program.
Better data tools now allow prospective students and parents to measure colleges based on the salaries of their graduates. This is just one measurement of value, and shouldn't solely be used to judge a school. But as expected, college leaders are vocal in their opposition to such measurements. Some want to return to the old days where they told families that the degree was worth it based solely on trust.
For me, it’s a win for prospective students and their families to have salary information available to them during the college search, along with the answers to other key questions: How long will it take me to graduate? How much student loan debt will I need to take on? When viewed together, such information helps consumers measure the return on investment. Here’s why that's a good thing for students and colleges: 
Forces colleges to better measure "the experience."
College leaders say the campus experience is about so much more than the degree and what you earn after graduation. But most colleges can’t quantify that “value added,” and even if they can through measures such as the National Survey of Student Engagement or the Collegiate Learning Assessment, schools don’t want to release the results. If schools dislike earnings information being made available, it might force colleges to come up with other ways to measure value.
Helps differentiate colleges.
If college A has a much higher graduation rate than College B and graduates of College A have higher earnings than that of College B, the ROI helps students and parents better separate schools that might look similar on many other factors, such as majors, size, and location.
Puts potential loan debt in context.
The idea of loan payments is unfamiliar to potential college students if they never had debt in their lives. What’s more, student loans are often expressed in total debt rather than monthly payments, the way most of us think about paying back debt. If schools are requiring you take on $30,000 in debt to go there, then they should be able to tell you what graduates from that college in your field are earning in order to pay off that debt.

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CBSE Class 10 & 12 Results 2013 Likely In Last Week Of May:

CBSE Class 10 exam results 2013 are expected to be declared in the last week of May. Central Board of Secondary Education will be announcing the result date in coming days. 

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) conducted Class 10th examination from 2 March 2013 to 15 March 2013. 

In 2012, the CBSE board had declared result on May 24 and hence the CBSE 10th result can be expected around the same time this year. The CBSE Board presently affiliates all Kendriya Vidyalayas, Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas, private schools, Government Schools, Independent Schools and Central Tibetean Schools. 

In order to execute its functions effectively Regional Offices were set up by the CBSE Board in Allahabad, Ajmer, Chennai, Guwahati, Panchkula, and Delhi. Schools located outside India are looked after by the regional office Delhi. 

Each year CBSE announces the CBSE Class 10th Result and CBSE Class 12th Result, CBSE Results 2013. CBSE Class 12 Results 2013 will be out in the last week of May 2013. CBSE Results are announced in phases i.e. it is announced region-wise. CBSE Results 2013 will also be announced similarly, starting from May 20, 2013 and all CBSE Results will be announced by the first week of June 2013. 

CBSE is the apex board of education in India which is not only having a pan Indian jurisdiction but also has global presence with nearly 141 affiliated schools across 21 countries. The Board grants affiliation to Schools up to higher secondary level and develops common curriculum keeping nationwide requirements in focus.

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Mumbai: Education Dept Approves 7000 New Seats For 1st yr in PU Colleges

Today's education field sees an increased number of students opting for all type of courses provided across India. As per the information by the secondary and higher secondary board, it said there is increase in class 10 and class 12 students when compared to last year. 

Hence, there is a wide requirement of seats for the students who are applying for class 11/ First yr Junior College. And here is the solution given by the Education department. Yes, this is an good news for first year junior college applicants of the academic year 2013-14. 

The Education department has approved around 7000 new seats, where the total number of seats have gone up to 2.72 lakh from 2.65 lakh seats which were available lat year. But still, the officials worry that there may still be vacant seats left behind. 

A senior official of Education Department, Deputy Director of School Education said "Classes at most big colleges already are at full capacity, and can't add more divisions. The new seats are at schools what who applied to start Junior college attached to their schools".
"Every year, the admission process in both Online and Offline is rushed by students for few colleges. Seats at many junior colleges attached to schools are lying vacant. Hopefully, this won't happen this year too", he added.
The admission process will start after the SSLC results are declared. We will update the details of the results. Candidates can visit this site often to know about the class 10 board results.

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