Narsee Monjee College of Commerce and Economics (NMCCE), Mumbai is a Private College which is located in the financial capital of India - Mumbai and is one of the pioneering colleges of Commerce in India. It was established by SVKM (Shri Vile Parle Kelavani Mandal) trust in the year 1964. The college is accredited to NAAC with ‘A’ Grade and fully affiliated to the University of Mumbai. It offers many courses at UG land PG level courses in many disciplines and specializations.

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Narsee Monjee College of Commerce and Economics Highlights:

Establishment Year

1964

Governing Body

Shri Vile Parle Kelavani Mandal (SVKM) established in the year 1934

Type of College

Private College

Approved by

NAAC ‘A’ Accredited

TotallStudents Intake

5,500

Affiliation

The University of Mumbai

Admission Mode

Online

Address

Juhu Scheme, Ville Parle West, Mumbai - 400056,
Maharashtra, India

Narsee Monjee College of Commerce and Economics Courses & Admission 2020:

Under Narsee Monjee College of Commerce and Economics Admission 2020, the college provides 3-years B.Com, B.A.F. (Accounting and Finance), B.F.M. (Financial Markets), B.M.S. and one inter-disciplinary course in B.Sc. (Information Technology) at UG Level whereas at PG level, the college provides 2 Years M.Com in three specializations, viz. Advanced Accountancy, Business Management, and Banking & Finance.

Admission to all the above-mentioned courses is done in two phases. Candidates need to fill the online form for securing a seat for the desired course at the official website of the college after getting the name successfully upon the merit list.

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Narsee Monjee College of Commerce and Economics Infrastructure:

The college building includes a modern air-conditioned office block, modern well equipped air-conditioned classrooms, well-planned corridors & 2 elevators.

Narsee Monjee College of Commerce and Economics Co-Curricular Activities:

Computer Society: On 3rd December 2013 two events and one workshop were held “Maths Quiz” which created a heat competition among the participants who were desperately trying to get the correct answer. “Sudoku” which furthered the competition. A workshop was conducted by Mr. Shekhar Ghosh, director of “Sooper Se Upar” and creative director of “Gumrah-End of Innocence”, inspiring the young NMites to adopt ad-filmmaking as a new hobby, Vice-principal of Junior College Mr. Kamaraj inaugurate the BITZ magazine.

Cultural Society:- (Sep 2013): The Cultural Society conducted 3 events Tappintoes – on 24th September, 2013 which was a dance competition. On 27th September, 2013 the finalists were given a theme to dance on and 3 students were selected as the winners.

Hobby Centre:- Organized a “Dance Work Shop” by “Split Sole Dance Academy” on 10th December, 2013. They taught about 125 students various dance forms such as hip-hop and jazz.

N.S.S.:

  1. Carter Road Project has been continued in this month, wherein the NSS members go to Carter Road (Bandra) and assist in the education of 40-50 underprivileged children who assemble every day to learn from 6.45am to 9.00am.
  2. Ashiana:- Ashiana, a school for autistic children. NM NSS students assist the teachers in their task of teaching the students.
  3. NSS Camp: This year the NSS camp was scheduled from 9th December to 15th December at Ashram Shala Padghe, Umroli, near Palghar. This was an effort to improve the lives of the school children and widen their horizons. The children were initiated and trained in 4 sports: chess, football, volleyball, and badminton.
  4. Energy Conservation: On the Carnival Day of our college (24th December) a stall was put up in college premises by the NSS students where the students could come and play a game.

Narsee Monjee College of Commerce and Economics Co-Curricular Clubs & Festivals:

The Psychologic Club:- The Psychology Club of NM College, known for out of the box thinking as well as conducting self‐enriching events continued with its tradition in the year 2011‐12. We had "Rendezvous with Lakshmi Narayan Tripathi" in the month of August which turned out to be a super‐success.

Rotaract Club:- Mock the Bill- A Mock Indian Parliament Session Concept: The idea of replicating the atmosphere of the Indian parliament where the MPs voice their understanding and consequent opinions regarding a bill of absolute public importance is what formed the core concept of this event.

Umang Intercollegiate festival:- The theme for Umang 2013 was 'One Life to Live'. The three-day fest which was held from August 15 to 17, was a power packed one with a wide range of events. From literary arts to management, from UV dance to dramatics and gaming - Umang 2013 had it all.

Wildlife and Nature Club: Held a “Gaming” event called “Action Replay” on 12th December, 2013. Games such as “Dog & Bone”, “Ball balancing relay” & “Balloon Bursting” were played.

Hindi Sahitya Mandal: 14th September 2013 was celebrated as Hindi Diwas at N M College towards promoting Hindi language. Students were given three contemporary topics and an Elocution competition was held.

Narsee Monjee College of Commerce and Economics Facilities:

Library:-

The well-equipped computer laboratories with 80 computers and Wi-Fi facility enhance the learning process and enable the proper conduct of University prescribed courses. The College has a seating capacity of around 300 students with a total area of about 7,400 sq. feet, where reading and learning is a bliss. Besides, the library is updated regularly. The library has a collection of:

  • Books – 38866 (Net total), 65696 (Gross total)
  • Periodicals – 114 (85 journals, 25 Magazines)
  • CD-ROMs – 307
  • Newspapers -19

Hostel Facility:-

The Vile Parle Kelavani Mandal has a common boy’s hostel at a distance of a half-kilometer from the college and a hostel for girls opposite Utpal Sanghavi School, which is also close to the college.

Why Join Narsee Monjee College of Commerce and Economics?

  • Innovative teaching techniques and Application based methodology.
  • NAAC (A++) grade
  • Maximum rank holders at the Maharashtra board.
  • The highest number of C.A.'s, C.S.'s, and ICWA's.
  • Centrally A/C, fully automated library, various online databases, online resources, the college website, and UGC.
  • 25 and above associations along with the vibrant Students.
  • National and International players: Chess, Table Tennis,
  • Forum for co-curricular activities.
  • Umang- The most sought after College Festival.
  • NAAM – Alumni Association.