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Coordinator: Ms. Anjali Vachhani

The Accountancy Association arranges workshops for training the students in professional exams. It contributes meaningfully to the training of aspiring Chartered Accountants in India. Guest speakers are invited, and they cover all aspects of the professional field of Chartered Accountancy such as: The credibility of the CA course; various levels of exams in the CA field; the open merit system prevailing in the CA system; Campus placements and the handsome pay packages offered to CA students. A detailed comparison between MBA and CA is also done, to afford students an insight into their future career prospects.


August 9, 2017

The featured honorable speaker, Mr. Gajendra Kothari, Chartered Financial Analyst, Managing Director and the CEO of the Etica Wealth Management Pvt. Ltd. enlightened the students regarding investment planning and managing finance at a young age.

In his insightful talk on investment planning, he explained how one could magnify ones prospects to amplify their future income. He led the students into uncharted territory of Systematic Investment Planning (SIP). The participation and zest seen in the students throughout his speech was astonishing.


October 4, 2017

Reading newspapers is an amazing technique which requires immense patience and skillful concentration. That’s how Mr. Amanpal Singh Chawla, having his laurels in MBA (Marketing), International MBA (International Finance) and an Executive programme on Business Analytics from the esteemed IIM Calcutta, nailed it, as he unfolded the mysterious art of “Reading BETWEEN the LINES”.

Not only did he motivate his reader audience to inculcate the habit of reading Business newspapers on a daily basis but also presented to them a divergent approach towards analyzing news feed.


October 5, 2017

India’s first Chartered Accountant turned Happiness Coach, having a commendable experience of working with Global Giants such as Barclays, Citi Group, Deloitte, Mahindra & Mahindra, through her company ‘The Happiness Framework Inc’, Ms. Varsha Nalin Shah aims to create a stress-free world full of smiles.

Emphasizing on the need to live in the present, she gave the Mantra of ‘DECODING PROCRASTINATION’. The beauty of her programme lies in the impact it creates on an individual level leading to a work friendly and progressive environment for all. Her articulation and bubbling enthusiasm added vibrancy to the session.


March 23, 2018

Stress is the most common reason for bringing down the performance of an individual. It also affects very easily the circle around them making the atmosphere very unrewarding.

As the Exam Season are on their way, our Ex-HRite and TEDster, Ms. Varsha Shah shared some incredible tips and tricks with the participants giving them altogether a stunning perspective of facing the exams like a Robust HULK via videoconferencing!


Coordinator: Dr. Amit Nandu

The prime function of the Council for Handling and Organizing Inter-Collegiate Events (C.H.O.I.C.E.) is to motivate and train students to participate in inter-collegiate events. The College has won many prestigious competitions with the assistance of CHOICE. H.R. is the only college in Mumbai which has always been placed in the top three positions in any of the inter-collegiate cultural festivals, winning over 50 first place trophies since its inception. It is responsible for identifying potential talent in students & representing the college at all Inter collegiate events.

Inter-collegiate festivals, give performers like singers, dancers and actors a platform to showcase their talents and let loose their creativity. As each participant plays his/her tiny part, there are Contingent Leaders who strategically plan and ensure that the team as a whole gives out its best.


August 12, 13 & 14, 2017


Malhar is hosted annually by the students of St. Xavier's College, Mumbai, India. The inter collegiate festival includes events, cultural contests in literary, performing arts and fine arts categories, along with a number of workshops on different themes.

Malhar was held on August 12, 13 & 14, 2017. This year the unique theme provided to all the contingents was “Upside Down” with almost all events based on this theme, thus requiring something “upside down” to take place in each performance such as role reversal, gender change etc. Events this year ranged from Dances such as Jazz, Streets and Bollywood; to Plays like Street play with a twist; English Theatre with a role reversal. Solo events in Malhar ranged from Personality Contests to Solo singing and Business events.

C.H.O.I.C.E. contingent of H.R. College brought home the coveted Overall Malhar trophy for the 4th consecutive year. HR also grabbed the Fine Arts & Performing Arts Trophies along with the Overall Winner's trophy.

K.C. College was placed 2nd and UPG College placed 3rd. Christ University Bangalore bagged the Literary Arts trophy.

This year's contingent was ably led by Contingent Leader: Aditya Pandya; Assistant Contingent Leaders: Freea Bhikhaji, Jay Bajaj and Karan Punwani.



September 12-17, 2017


Sophia College holds its inter-collegiate festival Kaleidoscope annually. The theme of this year's festival was “It's Show Time”. The events of the festival fell into one of the four categories - Performing Arts, Literary Arts, Fine Arts and Informals.

Kaleidoscope had an impressive range of events such as Dances like Jazz, Urban Dance, Classical and Contemporary Dance, Drama wherein 2 plays were a satire and a spoof respectively and 1 play which required an adaptation of classical novels. Furthermore, there was Sports events like kabbadi, cricket and football and even singing events like a Capella and solo singing.

H.R. College's C.H.O.I.C.E was led by Contingent Leader Pranav Mehta and Assistant Contingent Leaders Shahzad Patel, Hrithik Rajani and Pallon Shroff.

Facing the toughest competition it has in 9 years, H.R. College's C.H.O.I.C.E fought tooth and nail and managed to secure an overall third place.


Coordinator: Ms. Jasbir Sodi

The Commerce and Management Society (CAMS) of H.R. College was inaugurated in September 2014. The main object of this committee is to provide proper training and development to students with a higher perspective, offering a multitude of stages where the students are holistically developed and groomed. It ensures that all the students get practical experience and exposure to all the varied subjects they study by having visits to financial institutions like SEBI, BSE, Guest Lectures, Panel Discussions etc. thus providing students the plethora of uncountable opportunities.


Coordinator: Ms. Kanupriya Sharma

Enactus is a community of student, academic and business leaders committed to using the power of entrepreneurial action to transform lives and shape a better and more sustainable world.

This student organization works with different communities at the grass root level and develops sustainable business models for them. Enactus acts as a catalyst for converting every student into a socially responsible business leader of tomorrow.


Coordinator: Ms. Sheetal Gangaramani

The Financial Entrepreneurship Marketing Association (FEMA) originated last year to nurture young talent and to give them exposure in event management. In the very first year, FEMA established its name by winning the inter-collegiate Maths & Stats quiz Numero Uno.

It is known for giving opportunities to the deserving, providing exposure beneficial for individual growth and building abilities of students so they are able to take up the challenges in the corporate world.

Treasure Trove organized by FEMA

August 14, 2017

Treasure Trove, the first event organized this year by FEMA Club was a challenging Photo Scavenger Hunt where the participants had to race against time and crack intriguing clues; this also gave some experience working together as a team. More than 150 people participated in this event.

FEMA also believes in giving back to the society, thereby adding the concept of a magic hug in the treasure hunt, where in any hardworking employee of the BMC was appreciated for their hard work and unending support.


Coordinators: Dr. Paromita Chakrabarti & Dr. Madhu Kelkar

The Film Club screens movies which today's youth must see but which they have possibly missed, as they were low budget and noncommercial films. In the club students are exposed to the wealth and variety of cinema from across and beyond the country - from the early classics to the avant garde style of film making as well as films from mainstream cinema showcasing the works of the legends and rising stars of Indian & world cinema.

Aim of the Film Club is to increase the interest of youth towards the non-commercial movies and to help interested members arrive at an understanding of the history of cinema as well as keep abreast of contemporary trends. The Club aims not only at providing entertainment and recreation, it also focuses on generating social consciousness among students. It strives to make students aware of the current social problems and impresses upon them the idea that education cannot be limited within the confines of a classroom.


Coordinators: Dr. Rita Khatri & Ms. Amrita Kambli

The GENERAL EVENTS MANAGEMENT SOCIETY conducts various co-curricular and extra-curricular activities from time to time and helps in organising major events of the college i.e. the Annual Prize Distribution. GEMS Bazaar is an annual event where students put up stalls to develop entrepreneurship skills. CHASE is similar to a treasure hunt.

The underprivileged children are invited for a Christmas party every year. Santa Claus distributes gifts to them and after the cake is cut and snacks eaten, the kids participate in games and dance to some bollywood music.


August 16, 2017


Chase is an event organized by the students of the General Event Management Society of H.R. College for the students of the college. 

The event helps fresher’s bond as it teaches them teamwork. The students’ team completing all the given tasks in the minimum time and expense is declared as the winner. Over all two hundred students participated in this event.


September 29, 2017



Budding entrepreneurs competed with one another with 12 different concepts earning profit through umpteen sales. Bazaar was set up in the college canteen with over 12 stalls put up from morning to evening selling various food items, accessories, artifacts, etc. There were tattoo and mehendi making counters set up by the college students. 

Bazaar was inaugurated by Mrs. Padma Shah, Member, HSNC Board. For the first time Bazaar had special participants from schools in Grant Road; run by the HSNC Board. The students from displayed colorful handmade diyas and body spray jute bags and variety of games.    

Prof Parag Thakkar I/C Principal of H.R. College; Mr. Pinto, Principal, VBM School and Dr. Hemlata Bagla, Principal of K.C. College also graced the occasion and motivated the young budding entrepreneurs. The members as well as the crowd swayed to the tunes of latest hit music tracks.

Just like every year the turn out of college students and teachers was in great numbers. There were games stalls, Nachos stall, badges and tattoos, mobile covers, a pen stall, a Sindhi food stall selling papdi chat etc. Ms. Laxmi Pillai and Mr. Niren Mehta were the judges for the event.

This year the awards won were:

  1. Business Tycoon: MVM Club - winner for creativity and for earning the maximum profit
  2. Business Brainer: FY B.Voc. student for Best Business Idea
  3. Marketing Geek: Kiran Sidhwani, SY B.Com
  4. Outstanding Performer: Students of VBM School

GDC CLUB - Growth Development Change

The focus and goals of the club are formal training events like Group Discussions, Corporate Training and Workshops.

Coordinators: Ms Kinjal Doshi & Ms Trisha Dutta

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February 5, 2018


The Chambers of Tax Consultants in association with H.R. College of Commerce and Economics and GDC hosted a seminar on "The Budget 2018" at the College.

The talk was given by one of the eminent personalities of the industry Mr. Uday Ved, Country Head Tax at KPMG.

The talk on the Budget highlighted facts on the Indian Economy and how the current budget of 2018 affected the economy, the repercussions of the budget on the direct and indirect tax proposals, the challenges that the Indian Economy will face in the future.

Relevant questions by the students were answered effectively, one such question being about the calculation of the Long Term Capital Gain Tax on units of Equity held by an individual investor. The Nations largest Health Insurance Scheme was also discussed by Mr. Uday Ved and he firmly believed that it would boost up the economy as Health and Rural sectors were focused upon.

The event essentially benefitted the students of Degree College who got a clear vision about the budget for the Financial Year 2018-19. The session concluded with Ms. Trisha Dutta, faculty in-charge of the club, thanking the speaker Mr. Uday Ved and the volunteers from G.D.C for organizing the informative session.


March 1, 2018


Applying to foreign universities can be a very daunting task for students if they do not have proper guidance. It often creates confusion in the mind of students on the procedures and documents required whilst applying to foreign universities.

To provide clarity and guidance on this topic, GDC invited Ms. Bindi Patel, a Boston University alumna, to conduct a session on Letters of Recommendation and Statement of Purpose.

Ms. Patel spoke about the application process conducted in US and Singapore, spoke of her personal experiences, and the important exams that are to be given when applying to universities.

The topic of writing a Resume was also touched upon and Ms. Patel distributed samples of her Resume and Statement of Purpose for a better understanding for the students.

The session ended with a Q&A round where students clarified their doubts. The informative session gave the students a better understanding on the procedures while applying to foreign universities.


March 5, 2018


GDC of H.R. College organised a seminar on the topic “Transition from academics to workplace”. Understanding the nervousness of the students when it comes to this transition, Mr. Chander Thapar, Group Vice President HR – Hiranandani Group of companies, was invited to guide us through the same.

Mr. Thappar started by introducing the different qualities and skills that are required by a company when they are hiring. He then went on to draw the comparisons between an academic institution and place of work.

A few activities and games helped students understand the topic better. It was a fun-filled afternoon with a footfall of 30 enthusiastic participants who worked closely with him while he explained the important concepts.


March 5, 2018

Identifying “stress” as one of the most popular problems that the youth is facing, Mr. Chander Thapar, Group Vice President HR – Hiranandani Group of companies, guided us through the process of stress management.

Mr. Thappar helped the students identify through an activity whether individuals were stressed or not, and what exactly was the cause. He talked about the ways one to deal with stress, activities that act as a stress buster and how to be stress-free which is an important aspect of efficiency.




February 8, 2018


The Growth, Development, Change Cell represented H.R. College of Commerce and Economics at RN Poddar College’s event, “Rostrum se hi Sudhaar Spectrum” with two events - a Debate Competition and a Group Discussion Competition.

Their topics of discussion ranged from "Democracy is the Achilles’ Heel of Nations" to "Who has it harder - Men or Women?” They were able to discuss about the topics quite fluently and confidently with strong and valid opinions and counterpoints.

Lochan Jaiswal (FYBBI) from GDC bagged the Best Speaker Award in the Group Discussion category.

Rohit Kothari (FYBBI) from GDC bagged the 2nd position in the Group Discussion category.


February 24, 2018

The inter-collegiate event, “Lex Concilio” was organised and held at KC Law College.

H.R. College of Commerce and Economics was represented by the Growth, Development and Change Cell. Each and every participant showed zeal and energy in the house by speaking about the issues along with facts.

Lex Concilio was a parliamentary debate - a fusion of a parliament session and a debate competition to create a real life experience for the students about the events and course of action happening between the ruling party and opposition party in a parliament.

Both the parties were given various issues that were termed as bills and the party whose solution was feasible, had their bill passed by the speaker of the house. The topics for the bills were reservation system in India, issue of farmers’ suicide in India and excessive interference of Maoists in India.

Amrita Bains of H.R College won the Best Speaker Award and Yashwarhan Keshwani won the award for Most Alert Speaker.



August 14, 2017


An intra-collegiate event Shipwreck was organised with about 15-20 participants from various courses, representing other clubs and classes.

The event was judged by Rudeshwar Malkani, Anvita Dixit, Simone Mody and Kahini Mehta. All the participants were given different personalities and were supposed to defend themselves on the sinking ship followed by a rebuttal round by the judges. The criteria for judging were versatility, spontaneity and witty rebuttal. It was a fun event enjoyed by all.

The winner of the life jacket was announced after the second round of intense rebuttal between the participants and the judges. The winner of the event was Mr. Aftab Ilyas from FYBVoc.


March 22, 2018


H.R. College of Commerce and Economics and Growth Development Change Cell hosted an event, “Channel Surfing 2018” in the conference room.

The very enigmatic Drashtra Shelawala, the witty Moaaz Syed and the very compassionate Abhinay Bisht were the panel chosen to judge the whole event.

The pre-prepared teams introduced themselves to the judges. Each team was to perform certain tasks given by the judges in such a manner as if the judges were watching Television; with the teams enacting what would happen on television.

In spirit of sportsmanship, judge Drashtra Shelawala danced passionately, followed by an innovative beat-boxing performance by Abhinay Bisht.

Succeeding the tasks, a short film about the annual events created by the GDC were shown. All the members were then given their respective badges and inducted, followed by inspirational speeches by the Presidents Deepak Lalwani and Geetika Bhatia.


Coordinator: Dr. Rani Tyagi

The Hostelites Association of the college helps students in getting hostel facilities with the help of college recommendation letters. It ensures that students get a Home Away From Home experience in hostel and college. It conducts regular informal checks to ensure that the chosen hostels provide standard facilities to the students in terms of hygienic environment, constant supply of safe drinking water, library, ICT and recreational facilities, gymnasium, yoga center, health check up etc. The members of the Unison Club are also given an introductory tour around Mumbai, generally in the popular 'Mumbai Darshan' bus, to make them familiar with the different notable landmarks around Mumbai. The association has also set up counseling as an important activity.


September 8, 2017

The Hostelites Association of H.R. COLLEGE OF COMMERCE AND ECONOMICS organised a workshop on 'SAFETY IN MUMBAI' where Mrs. Ashwini Syed, Head of Operations and HR from Red Dot Foundation (Safecity) made the students aware of Dos and Don'ts in Mumbai. The Red Dot activists are active in several countries like Nepal, Kenya, Cameroon including India. She also spoke on various measures to ensure safety. Being an interactive session the students took part eagerly.

To encourage reporting of harassment and other cases which is the mission of their NGO, SAFECITY is launching an App on September 21, 2017. The App will encourage anonymous reporting of harassment cases and their location. These areas are then marked as Hotspots and are visible on the app. The workshop kept the enthusiasm of students who were engrossed till the very end. Finally I/C Principal Prof Parag Thakkar presented a token of appreciation to Mrs. Ashwini Syed for devoting her valuable time.


September 6, 2017

The Hostelites Association of H.R. College of Commerce and Economics organised a seminar on 'VEGANISM' where Mr. Dhruv Solanki from Mumbai Animal Liberation League chaired the session. The seminar highlighted the thin line difference between vegetarians and vegans. Vegans are people who do not consume animals or animal products. The speaker even made us aware about how we as vegetarians are equally responsible for cattle slaughtering. He even informed us about various alternatives to milk like soya milk, cashew milk, almond milk etc. 

The need of the hour is to stop the consumers from consuming animal products by making them aware of its side effects on health and environment. Finally I/C Principal Prof. Parag Thakkar presented a token of appreciation to Mr. Dhruv Solanki.


Coordinator: Dr. Chandani Bhattacharjee & Ms. Mansi Bharne

The International Programmes Office is the faction responsible for International Initiatives at H.R. College of Commerce and Economics: to engage and explore global dimensions and broaden every student's horizons. It makes the world a platform for learning, through the development and implementation of student and faculty exchange programmes, guest lectures and interactive sessions.

The endeavour to provide a 360 degree educational perspective to students has resulted in the Study Abroad Programmes, wherein students are offered scholarships as well as the opportunity to visit campuses overseas. Students on educational exchange programmes maintain that interaction with people from a different culture enhances their learning experience, strengthens inter-personal relationships and help change the stereotype attitudes of people and countries.

Even the H.R. faculty regularly partakes of exchange programmes. After all, a well-travelled faculty can instill in students, the confidence to embark upon their chosen paths in life with an international perspective. With an impressive list of universities and institutions in its portfolio, the IPC creates methods to engage with these entities and derive maximum and mutual benefits from these alliances.

The International Programmes Committee, headed by Faculty Directors Dr. Chandani Bhattacharjee and Ms. Mansi Bharne, is the international relations body of H.R. College. In this capacity, IPC organizes various student and faculty exchanges, scholarships, summer sessions, and other opportunities for internationalization, in collaboration with partner institutions across the globe.

The college has embarked on a fruitful journey by attempting to project the college and the country as a modern education hub, training the students to be better ambassadors of tomorrow. In the academic year of 2016-17, the college has welcomed numerous visitors, including faculty from the University of Cincinnati, Deakin University, University of South Australia, and the University of Westminster to name a few. There have been student delegations from the University of Queensland, led by former cricketer Michael Kasprowicz, Deakin University, Australia, University of Fribourg, Switzerland, delegates from Japan and Rotary Youth Exchange Programme participants from Germany.

Besides this, the college has initiated faculty discussions with reputed British universities (Aston Business School, University of Southampton, University of Northampton, University of Plymouth, Staffordshire University), scholarships such as the Betty and Donald Keating and the McDonald Cadet Leadership Conference scholarships, and spreading awareness of higher studies options in various schools including EDHEC Business School and Kedge Business School from France, the London School of Economics and Political Science, and the University of Warwick.

In the future, the college aims to expand the scope of its activities by instituting on-campus foreign language courses and building relationships with new universities while maintaining existing relationships so as to truly imbibe the culture of internationalization.


Coordinator: Dr. Tasneem Razmi

The Investment Club of H.R. College or I.C.H.R. is the finance club of the college. It stresses on spreading across financial literacy among students through the practical applicability approach. In light of their motive "Make an Investment in yourself", it organizes numerous events throughout the academic year ranging from seminars and Stock exchanges to the mammoth BLAZE, H.R. College's very own inter collegiate finance festival.


August 11, 2017

The Investment Club of H.R. College conducted its flagship event, the mock stock exchange 'BULLSEYE' receiving an enthusiastic response with 220 participants.

I/C Principal Prof. Parag Thakkar inaugurated the event by ringing the opening bell. Participants traded celebrity stocks like Ekta Kapoor and Real Madrid from the year 2011 to the year 2017. With the highs and lows in the prices of the stocks the exhilaration and fervour rose. As multiple stocks were being delisted and brought back, the participants were kept on their toes.

Jash Chauhan and Harshika Shah managed to create a net worth of the highest value and thus took home the trophy. Faculty also participated with enthusiasm!

Majority of the students who partook in the event were first time traders, never having experienced such an environment before. The event was a great experience infused with fun for the participants as well as the organisers.


Coordinators: Dr. Priyamvada Sawant & Ms. Bharti Kanpile

The basic thrust area of the Marathi Vangdmay Mandal (Marathi Literature Society) is the promotion of Maharashtrian culture and literature amongst the youth. Every year the Mandal tries putting its best foot forward by organizing various eclectic programs and social causes and reaching out to those who take a keen interest in this magnanimously versatile culture.

The year was marked by intra and inter-collegiate wins, participation in various events organized by the University of Mumbai, in-house publication - HRMOOD, organizing exhibitions, visit to International Film Festival, and to top it all, a three days extravaganza in the form of MVM's first ever intercollegiate cultural festival NAANDI.


June 21, 2017

The activities for the academic year began with organizing exhibition on the occasion of Yoga Day held on June 21, 2017. The students of MVM made and displayed charts depicting various yoga positions and providing information on the benefit of the same. Books on Yoga were put up for display and reading.


August 24, 2017

The month of Shravan is the fifth month of the Hindu year, beginning in late July from the first day of the full moon and ending in the third week of August, the day of the next full moon. 

As per tradition this year too HR MVM organized Shravan Utsav and celebrated on August 24, 2017 with song, dance and display of culinary culture of Maharashtra. A performance of Maharashtra’s traditional dance form Lavani, songs and high enthusiasm of the students heralded the joy of Shravan in HR. Decorated stall of homemade ‘Maharashtrian’ food delicacies was set up in HR Canteen and it received an eager response from the students, faculty and staff of the college.


February 27, 2018

'Marathi Bhasha Divas' was celebrated by MVM on the occasion of the birth anniversary of eminent Marathi poet, playwright, novelist, short story writer Kavi Kusumagraj. Students read out self-composed poems and stories.

The club's Marathi bulletin HRMOOD was released on the occasion. HRMOOD was released thrice this year with articles, stories and poems written by the MVM members.

A Reading Club was inaugurated on the occasion of Marathi Bhasha Divas. The club aims to encourage reading habits and hold discussion on Marathi literary works.



This academic year, MVM students participated in various inter-collegiate events such as 'JALLOSH 2017' an inter-collegiate fest organized by the Marathi Vangmay Mandal of the Sydneham College of Commerce & Economics, Mumbai held August 21-23, 2017 at Sydenham College; 'AAMOD 2018' an inter collegiate fest organized by the Marathi Vangmay Mandal of the St. Xavier's College, Mumbai and 'Prarambh 18' an inter-collegiate fest of K.P.B. Hinduja College, Mumbai.

At the Box Cricket competition at CARPE DIEM '18 organized by Department of Mass Media, M.D. College; Vaibhavi Zore, Akshadeep Adivrekar, Nihar Kathe, Kaustubh Gite, and Ishaan Devrukhakar of HRMVM won the 1st prize in the Box Cricket competition. MVM members also participated in Box cricket held in H.R. College.

Members of MVM participated in various events of the University inter-collegiate event YOUTH FESTIVAL - a debate competition at Malhar, organized by St. Xavier's College and a Dance Competition at D.Y. Patil College.

At the intra college level, few MVM members had the privilege of meeting Shri Ravindra Waikar, Minister of State for Housing, Higher and Technical Education on the occasion of inauguration of NAANDI '18.

The members of MVM attended the Mumbai International Film Festival of short films and documentaries held between January 28 and February 3, 2018 at the Films Division, Mumbai.


Coordinator: Mr. Rahul Mishra

The University of Mumbai has given support to the NSS and encourages all youth to join the programme. The vision of the scheme is to inculcate values of compassion and humanity and a feeling for the fellow person.

The combined participation in community service leads to a sense of involvement in the task of nation building. The motto 'NOT ME, BUT YOU' underlines that the welfare of an individual is ultimately dependent on the welfare of the society as a whole.

The NSS attempts to develop in the young students a sense of social and civic responsibility and trains them to utilize their knowledge in finding practical solution to individual and community problems.

The HR-NSS unit has been trying through its various activities to do community service and make a change in the society and also help the volunteers build up their personality in the process.


July 10, 2017

 The National Service Scheme (NSS) unit of H.R. College of Commerce and Economics conducted a tree plantation programme in Gorhe Village, Palghar; its first event for the academic year 2017-18. 

        A group of 25 NSS volunteers, under the Supervision of Project in-charge Prof. Rahul Mishra, reached the site at 9:30 am. Honorable Chief Guest of the programme MLA Mr. Gopal Shetty inaugurated the event by planting a tree. Then the students set about digging pits at intervals of 20 feet. 150 saplings were planted in all on either side of the road. Students showed great enthusiasm in planting them.

It was definitely an enriching experience for all those who participated in the programme.



August 1-14, 2017

 Swachh Bharat Abhiyan (Clean India Mission) is a campaign by the Government of India to keep the streets, roads and infrastructure of the country's cities and towns and its rural areas clean. It is India's largest ever cleanliness drive with school and college students from all parts of India, participating in the campaign.

Swachh Bharat Pakhwada (Cleanliness Drive Fortnight) was observed by the Mumbai University and the activities undertaken during Swachh Bharat Pakhwada were

  • Shramdan for swachhata by students on the college campus.
  • Cleanliness and Sanitation drive by Students, involving the local community.
  • Seminars on Swachh Bharat Mission
  • Holding discussion among the students to promote cleanliness and to bring new ideas
  • Pledge for swachhata

The HR NSS Unit also participated in theSwachh Bharat Pakhwada as per the schedule provided by the University of Mumbai.

  • OATH TAKING - August 1, 2017

    Prof. Yunus Gangat was invited to address the volunteers on the importance of 'swachhta' and related issues. He also explained the benefits of cleanliness. NSS volunteers actively participated and showed great enthusiasm. The event ended with all the volunteers taking 'Swachhta Shapath (Oath)', promising to fulfill their duty towards the society and nation.


    The NSS unit of HR College set-up dustbins at Churchgate station made by the NSS volunteers called 'Tetra packs'. The NSS Volunteers first took permission from the railway authority at Mumbai Central station. They were set-up at near an Amul stall at Churchgate station. The people at the stall were very helpful and generous to provided electricity, as the dustbins glows every time it is used.

  • CLEANLINESS DRIVE AT HR COLLEGE - August 3 to 5, 2017

    The N.S.S. unit of H.R. College of Commerce and Economics conducted a cleaning event in library premises for 3 days in 3 slots each day, as per the schedule given by the University of Mumbai, under the project head 'Swachh Bharat Pakhwada'.

    55 Volunteers took part in the event. Volunteers cleaned all the shelves, fans, windows inside the library area. The event was a big success because of the active participation of volunteers and support from library faculty who provided us with all the cleaning equipment and much needed guidance.

  • Door-to-Door Campaign - 'Swachh Bharat Pakhwada' - August 7 & 8, 2017

    As per the schedule prescribed by the University of Mumbai, under the project head 'Swachh Bharat Pakhwada', the N.S.S. unit of H.R. College of Commerce and Economics organized a door-to- door campaign with NSS Volunteers visiting different residential buildings in the local area and talking with the residents regarding the importance of cleanliness, it's ill-effects and the need to segregate garbage.

    The unit received a good response from residents of the building who shared the problems faced by them regarding garbage disposal..


    The volunteers of N.S.S. unit of H.R. College attended the Waste Management Seminar organized at K.C auditorium. 5 NSS volunteers attended the seminar as per the requirement given. The main focus of the seminar was to communicate with the volunteers about ways to manage waste and the benefits, so that they could guide people living around them and make them understand the importance of waste management.

  • 'SWACHH BHARAT PAKHWADA' - August 14, 2017

    The N.S.S. unit of H.R. College organized a rally under the project head 'Swachh Bharat Pakhwada'. NSS volunteers in large numbers came together to create awareness about the importance of Swachhta (cleanliness) in our country. The event ended at Oval maidan with all the volunteers taking a pledge to maintain the rich heritage of our country.


August 5, 2017

The N.S.S. unit of H.R. College of Commerce and Economics participated in the peace rally organized by the Bombay Sarvodaya Mandal along with NSS Units of SNDT and Mumbai University. The Anti-Nuclear Peace March was conducted to commemorate Hiroshima Day. A group of 17 volunteers represented H.R. College at the rally.

The Peace March started from Azad Maidan and concluded at Hutatma Chowk. It was organized with a view to join hands with the people of the world for a Nuclear-Free World and to create Social Awareness among students about the holocaust of nuclear armaments. The rally ended with all the volunteers taking an oath for peace, to never use bombs and maintain peace in world.


August 16 to 30, 2017

A leadership training camp was organized by the University of Mumbai for NSS volunteers for 15 days from at Badlapur. NSS volunteers Saurabh Solanki and Vaishnavi Rokade represented H.R. College at the camp. Various activities were conducted there to enhance leadership skills of the volunteers. The volunteers came back with boosted confidence and interest to work for the NSS.


October 2, 2017

The N.S.S. unit of H.R. College took part in a ‘Cleanliness Walkathon' organised by R.D. National College, Bandra. The rally started from R.D. National College at 8 am in the morning. 50 NSS volunteers along with volunteers of different colleges carried placards displaying messages and chanting slogans like ‘Hum Sab ka ek hi Naara, saaf suthra ho desh hamara' and ‘Green Mumbai, Clean Mumbai' to sensitize the public about cleanliness.

The rally concluded at Juhu beach where volunteers were provided with refreshments. It was a unique experience for all the volunteers as they were part of the drive that could transform the face of our country.


September 28, 2017

A seminar on 'Gender Sensitization' was organized by the NSS Unit of H.R. College in collaboration with Women's Development Cell of H.R. College as per the circular received from University of Mumbai under the project head 'Publicity Week'.

A prominent speaker from One Future Foundation Ms Devina Buckshee, a Research Associate (Gender Justice) had come to guide the students about the topic. It was an interesting seminar where she done an activity with the volunteers. I/C Principal Prof. Parag Thakkar and Vice-Principal Dr. Pooja Ramchandani felicitated the guest. The seminar saw active participation of volunteers and support from Women's Development Cell.


Coordinator: Dr. Chandani Bhattacharjee

NATURE CLUB evolved as a club to orient and sensitize the youth towards a fragile urban ecology in which they live. It has nurtured students to become environmentally consciousness. It has made students better members of the society with a conservationist attitude. The Club has been involved in several awareness drives, promotional activities, workshops for skill and knowledge development and acquainting with nature through treks, walks and trails. It believes in the practices of greening oneself before greening the college, the city and the nation.

Van Mahotsav Celebrated at HR College

July 1, 2017

Nature Club of H.R. College of Commerce & Economics celebrated Van Mahotsav, an annual tree plantation festival which aims at increasing the green cover in India. It is celebrated in the first week of July throughout the country.

This movement was initiated in the year 1950 by India's then Union Minister for Agriculture and Food, Dr. K.M. Munshi to spread awareness about the rising deforestation trends in India during that time. The festival highlights the importance of forests and educates people about the need for planting and tending of trees, as they are one of the best ways to prevent global warming and reduce pollution and soil erosion, thus maintaining the delicate balance of nature.

The students of H.R. College Commerce and Economics, along with I/C Principal Mr. Parag Thakkar and Professor-in-charge of Nature Club Dr. Chandani Bhattacharjee, planted saplings in the college premises. 50 saplings were distributed among the students to promote this green movement and took a pledge for the planting of trees.

Nature Club has collaborated with Let's GREEN, an NGO, to participate in a plant plantation and delivery service in societies for those who want native trees in their compounds.


Coordinator: Ms. Geeta Sahu

The PUBLIC SPEAKING AND DEBATING SOCIETY, as the name suggests, conducts debates, discussions and elocution competitions on various spheres of life.

The role of public speaking in the community lives of students is increasing. Recognizing this need of the student community, the Public Speaking and Debating Society dives into this aspect of student development and conducts various activities which help them enhance these skills.

The Malkani Elocution and 'Off D' Cuff' – An Inter-Collegiate Extempore Speaking and Debate Competition are the annual events held by this Society.


August 10, 2017

The Public Speaking and Debating Society of H.R. College welcomed chief guest Mr. Ketan Bhagat, author of Child/God.

Hosted by Rashi Rathod and Joshita Chopra, the event began with the traditional ceremony of lighting the lamp. The newly inducted President for the year Saniya Shaikh, introduced the club and its activities to the new members. The principal-in-charge Prof. Parag Thakkar, as well as the vice principals, Dr. Jehangir Bharucha, Dr. Rajeshwari Ravi and Dr. Pooja Ramchandani shared kind words of encouragement.

Snigdha Bansal, former president; and Abhinav Ravi, former admin head; got nostalgic while sharing their experiences in the club. Palak Upadhyay, also former admin head, formally handed over the responsibilities to the new core committee for the year 2017-18. PSDS's teacher-in-charge, Ms. Geeta Sahu, welcomed the new members to the club and invited the chief guest to express his thoughts.

Mr Ketan Bhagat spoke about public speaking and handling problems as they come to you. The good news was that speaking in public is a learnable skill. As such, you can use various strategies to become a better speaker and presenter.


Coordinator: Dr. Jaya Manglani

The PLANNING FORUM an Economics forum for debating about currents events conducts several events including the MBA Workshop, Elocution Competitions and Guest Lectures.

The A.D. Shroff Memorial Elocution Competition is being conducted at H.R. College since 1965, on behalf of the A.D. Shroff Memorial Trust by the Forum of Free Enterprise.

The Planning Forum also organizes the MBA Workshop, an Inter-collegiate event. Students are offered valuable pointers for attempting the CAT, CET, GMAT and TOEFL exams by various experts. They answer mock papers. All participants are given a complimentary MBA Career Guide, which has comprehensive details about admission in various universities in India and abroad. Free counseling sessions with qualified counselors are also provided.


Coordinator: Dr. Jaya Manglani

The PLANNING FORUM an Economics forum for debating about currents events conducts several events including the MBA Workshop, Elocution Competitions and Guest Lectures.

The A.D. Shroff Memorial Elocution Competition is being conducted at H.R. College since 1965, on behalf of the A.D. Shroff Memorial Trust by the Forum of Free Enterprise.

The Planning Forum also organizes the MBA Workshop, an Inter-collegiate event. Students are offered valuable pointers for attempting the CAT, CET, GMAT and TOEFL exams by various experts. They answer mock papers. All participants are given a complimentary MBA Career Guide, which has comprehensive details about admission in various universities in India and abroad. Free counseling sessions with qualified counselors are also provided.


Coordinator: Mr. Niren Mehta

The ROTARACT CLUB is actively involved in social service and welfare and tries to promote better relations between people worldwide through a framework of friendship. It is an integral part of RI District 3141, which comprises of 76 clubs all over Mumbai.

'Club Service' is a Rotaract avenue, which promotes fellowship among the members of one or more clubs. It includes a wide range of events that promote bonding within the Club. Sports tournaments, picnics, joint meetings with other clubs and numerous Intra-Club events are organised for the fellowship of the members.

Vocational Services, the second avenue involves the club members serving others through their professions and aspiring to high ethical standards.

Another avenue is 'Community Service', which promotes the concept of service and selflessness among members. Activities undertaken by this avenue are all non-profit and service-based. At H.R., some of these include: Umeed, Jyoti, Mauj, 1298 a women's helpline for violence and sexual harassment against women, Utsav (a Navratri celebration for the blind), Indradhanush (a colouring competition for over 1500 intellectually-impaired children) and so on.

Rotaract has yet another avenue, 'International Service', which promotes communication between clubs on an international level. It provides opportunities for a large number of Rotaract clubs to meet and discuss their work, culture and other aspects.


Coordinator: Mr. Niren Mehta

H.R. College has always given a boost to sports and physical education. The Sports Council organizes various sports events at the Intra-College and Inter-University level. Right from the start, the College has had cricket, hockey, football, athletics, chess, badminton, carom, water polo, skating and table-tennis teams, which regularly played with other college teams and often brought in accolades.


February 7, 2018


The Annual Sports Day was held at Priyadarshani Park, Napeansea Road. The event commenced with the march past of the Councils, Clubs and the F.Y.J.C. Classes followed by the Torch Bearers' Run.

The Torch Bearers for this year were - Parth Makwana, Priyanshi Chokshi, Parth Vora, Raunak Damle, Sanjeev Nair, Mudra Agarwal and Archis Kowli.

I/C Principal Prof Parag Thakkar declared the Annual Sports Meet open after the Sports Man's Oath.

This year the college witnessed a tremendous participation of 1500 students, battling it out on the tracks and a club participation of over 22 clubs competing for the Inter - Club Championship Trophy.

The following were the results of the inter club championship.

Championship Trophy                   RCHR

Best Contingent                               GDC

Tug-of-War Champions                RCHR

Best Marchpast                                 CASCADE



March 20, 2018

The Sports Council of H.R. College of Commerce & Economics organized a fresh new event H.R. PREMIER LEAGUE: An Intra - College Cricket Tournament on March 20, 2018 at Oval Maidan, Churchgate.

This year the college witnessed a tremendous participation of 10 Teams , a feat very rare and difficult to achieve.

The following were the results of the inter club championship.

H.R. PREMIER LEAGUE CHAMPIONS                       IPC

FIRST RUNNERS UP                                                         SYNC



September 2-3, 2017

The Sports Council along with C.H.O.I.C.E organised the Sports events of H.R. Fest 2017, which included Box Cricket, Rink Football and Table Tennis.


Coordinator: Ms. Kanupriya Sharma

Student United Ways figure out what their communities most need (in education, financial stability and health), then the student leaders work together to meet those needs to improve lives and strengthen communities.



June 21, 2018


The International Day of Yoga was celebrated on 21st June, 2018 with great zeal and enthusiasm at HR College of Commerce and Economics, under the guidance of Kaivalyadhama, Mumbai organized by the SYNC Club of HR College of Commerce and Economics.

The event was inaugurated by Mrs. Shilpa Ghone, a senior yoga teacher at Kaivalyadhama, Mumbai for the past 15 years. The event was followed by practicing Common Yoga Protocol by the students and faculty. 

An interesting speech was given by Ms. Anvita Dixit, a Certified Yoga Trainer from Kaivalyadhama, Mumbai. 

The participants got to learn more about mental and physical well-being. It was a fun filled, interesting and an exciting morning for the teachers as well as the students.









Coordinator: Ms Vijaylaxmi Suvarna

The Math Club is an umbrella organization for mathematics-related activities open to all students. The Math Club sponsors some events throughout the academic year……


December 16, 2017


The Math Club of H.R. College in collaboration with Learning Pundits conducted two Online Contests:

  1. Math Whiz to test proficiency in Mathematical Aptitude and Reasoning.
  2. Grammar Guru to test proficiency in English Grammar and Vocabulary.

All students were invited to participate in both contests online directly from Laptop/ Desktop/ Mobile. The duration of this contest was 20 minutes. Around 35 students from college participated in this quiz competition. The top ten participants were awarded with Rs.500/- Vouchers from Amazon and Certificate of Merit from Learning Pundits.

Math Whiz Winners were Srushti Shah, Krisha Mehra, Pratik Punjabi, Yolanda Pereiea and Dhwani.

Grammar Guru Winners were Vishnu Rao, Shubhankar Mishra, Shivam Bajaj, Hetali Mehta, and Krishna Jai Sansaria.


January 15, 2018


The Math Club of H.R. College of Commerce & Economics  organized its flagship event ‘Number Ninjas’. The 3 round event tested the problem solving and analytical skills of participants. Nearly 20 teams (2 participants per team) from various aided and unaided courses as well as from different colleges, participated in the event.

The first round was ‘Wizard Quiz and Sudoku’ where various mathematical problems and Sudoku puzzles were to be solved within 30 minutes. This round was followed by the ‘Tambola’ round where on completion of every specific criteria a complex problem was to be solved in 2 minutes. The top 4 teams from both these rounds qualified for the final round of ‘IPL Bidding’. Each of the teams had to bid for various players to build its own IPL team of perfect 11. The top 3 teams with highest scores were the winners.

Concluding the event, Vice Principal Dr. Rajeshwari Ravi addressed the participants and felicitated the winners.


Coordinator: Ms Ashwini Naik

The Popcorn Club of H.R. College of Commerce & Economics is a media club organised by Media and Finance students. The purpose of this club is to organise media activities involving Ad making, Trailer Making, Poster Making, Copywriting that would unleash the creativity within the students and make them aware of the finer nuances needed in the media field.


August 4 & 5, 2017

The Popcorn Club of H.R. College of Commerce & Economics organised its premiere media festival, CINÉPHILIA, filled with exclusive media events like Short Film Making, Ad-Making, and Trailer Making etc. The event was power packed with entertainment and lots of fun.

The event was inaugurated by Mr. Mustafa Burmawala (Actor of movie Machine) along with I/C Principal Prof. Parag Thakkar and Vice Principals Dr. Rajeshwari Ravi, Dr. Poonam Ramchandani and Dr. Jahangir Bharucha.

Cinéphilia started off with a Treasure Hunt which was followed by an Ad Making event followed by a Media Quiz. The second day commenced with a Dance Competition and concluded on a high note with a Fashion Show. The Deviprasad Goenka Management College of Media Studies was the winning team.

HR Wins the 'Olive Wreath Awards'

Inter collegiate Short Film Making Competition organized by Patkar-Varde College
September 6 & 7, 2017

The students of The Popcorn Club of H.R. College of Commerce and Economics have proved it yet again, that they not only do their best but are also, THE BEST! 

The Department of Mass Media of Patkar-Varde College had organised a short film festival, Olive Wreath Awards, considered to be one of the best inter-collegiate Short Film Making Competitions to be held in the capital city of filmmaking, Mumbai. From a total of around 60 entries received from all over India, 10 films were shortlisted, which were then judged by experts from various fields of acting, writing and directing, of the film & television industry.

A short film titled 'Mutant' made by the students of SYBMM and SYBAF of H.R. College, was shortlisted and screened at the festival. The film stood 1st among the ten shortlisted ones and also bagged an award for Best Director. The film was helmed by Rudra Trivedi, Parag Gupta, Manav Chauhan & Aman Agrawal. We hope to see such scintillating outcomes in the years to come!


Coordinator: Ms. Bharti Sharma & Ms. Amrita Kambli

The TALENT PARADE, filled with glamour and glitter, pomp and pageant is an annual feature with dance, song, music, plays fashion and lot of entertainment. Every club of the college puts up at least one event.

The fashion show is the grand finale which is eagerly awaited every year as Mr. and Ms. HR are chosen from a very large number of participants.


Coordinator: Ms. Saleha Syed

The Women's Development Cell (WDC) aims to promote awareness on gender equality and gender sensitization in the society and among students in particular. Towards this end, the students are encouraged to undertake various research projects, participate in debates and awareness campaigns. In keeping with the goal of women empowerment, the cell conducts self defense programmes for girl students and operates a Grievance Cell for urgent and effective handling of any gender related issues.

The WDC seeks to encourage girl students to work towards their personal and social development. The Cell aims in particular at sensitizing the student community to issues relating to the female gender. The role of the Cell is to equip the students with the requisite awareness and self confidence which in turn would allow them to take their rightful place in the society.

It provides for dialogue, discussion, and deliberation on women's rights and gender-related issues. To encourage participation from NGOs and law enforcement agencies in this area to become a resource centre for women and provide a forum for exchange of ideas and to review safety and security measures for female employees and girl students.


August 16, 2017

Women Development Cell of H.R. College of Commerce and Economics organised "Expressions 2017' in collaboration with Majlis. It was an intra college competition, a platform where students voices their opinions on the topic 'What's your yes? What's your no?' regarding consent. The competition was judged by Advocate Ms Persis Sidhwa, Head of RAHAT group, Majlis Legal Centre along with Prof. Saleha Syed, faculty in-charge of WDC, H.R. College.

The winners of the competition Sowmya R. and Sneha Lulla and the runner ups Niyusha B. and Rajita Dubey were presented with awards and medals by Vice Principal Dr. Pooja Ramchandani.


September 28, 2017

A seminar on 'Gender Sensitization' was organized by the NSS Unit of H.R. College in collaboration with Women's Development Cell of H.R. College as per the circular received from University of Mumbai under the project head 'Publicity Week'.

A prominent speaker from One Future Foundation Ms Devina Buckshee, a Research Associate (Gender Justice) had come to guide the students about the topic. It was an interesting seminar where she done an activity with the volunteers. I/C Principal Prof. Parag Thakkar and Vice-Principal Dr. Pooja Ramchandani felicitated the guest. The seminar saw active participation of volunteers and support from Women's Development Cell.


September 26, 2015

The Womens’ Development Cell of HR organized Marrow Donor Registry (India) Campaign in collaboration with Gift-A-Life. The MDR(I) isIndia's first NGO which maintains computerized database of voluntary, unrelated stem cell donors and facilitates blood Stem Cell transplants for patients with life-threatening blood diseases like blood cancer, lymph node cancer, thalassemia major.

H.R. College of Commerce and Economics and WDC helped this registry with development of potential 45 voluntary Stem-Cell Donors. Along with college students many professors also registered by giving a small blood sample and a commitment to donate stem cells whenever called upon thereby providing hope of cure for patients.


Coordinator: Dr. Pooja Ramchandani

Formed under the able guidance of the Associate Dean Dr. Pooja Ramchandani, with the sole objective of inculcating leadership skills among its members; it organises workshops, guest lectures and events, allowing each and every member to take responsibility for all the activities related to the event, thereby allowing over all personality development of the members associated with it.

The Young Leaders Club organised five events in the academic year 2016-17 namely Trading on the Stock Market, Speed Reading Workshop, Future Skills for Future Employees, Untold story of an advertiser (motivational talk) and Holi Celebration.


August 1-5, 2017

The Young Leaders Club of H.R.College of Commerce and Economics, best known for organizing guest lectures on various riveting topics, organized a five day career series event, wherein various informative topics were brought to light.

Fashion Designing - August 1, 2017

The series started with fashion designing with Ms. Shaikh Urusa from M.U. Academy beautifully enlightening the students about fashion and grooming. It was a fun session where students were guided well about various topics like styling, self-grooming, fashion photography etc. An extempore ramp walk competition had several students participating with enthusiasm and confidence.

Three students were awarded prizes too after this amazing session wherein all students acquired fashion designing skills.

Startups - August 2, 2017

The second day of the series was delightfully covered by Mr. Aman Pal Singh Chawla from American Academy of Financial Management India Pvt. Ltd. (AAFM India). He talked about the history behind startups - fast-growing business that aims to meet a marketplace need by developing a viable business model around innovative product, service, process or a platform. This session was well appreciated by all the students from various other colleges too.

Mr. Singh positively promoted startups and shared how to plan for a startup, but also start planning for retirement the day they start the enterprise. Mr. Singh succeeded in creating a motivational factor among the students to effectively develop and validate a scalable business model.

Animation - August 3, 2017

On the third day the topic of animation, was proficiently covered by Mr. Zakir from the renowned Arena Animation. He enlightened the students on various phases of animation through various short films and he cleared various doubts for the students. It was a fun-learning session with the best use of graphics and audio visuals.

Advertising - August 4, 2017

On the fourth day of the series, advertising was creatively covered by Mr. Hitesh Mehta, former vice president of Leo Burnett. Mr. Mehta made advertising an opted career for students. He conducted a fun-learning and interactive session by showing different advertisements from all over the world, also discussed the main motto behind ads and other delightful stuff. It was indeed a great learning, experience for all the students.

Exploring Finance - August 5, 2017

On the fifth day the topic exploring finance was covered by none other than Mr. Purv Shah, who is a well known freelancer, entrepreneur in areas of investment, advisory and training. Mr. Shah taught students the difference between goals and the path to achieve these goals. He explained the monitoring scope behind every factor of life. Mr. Shah created a positive impact on students about finance and made finance easier to understand.


Coordinator: Ms. Shubhada Kanchan

The Students’ Council is the apex student body of the college. The Council is known for its professionalism and its outstanding commitment and contribution towards the college. The purpose of the students’ council is to give students an opportunity to develop leadership by organizing and carrying out college activities and service projects.  In addition to planning events that contribute to student and community welfare, the students’ council is the voice of the student body.

Besides handling the admission process from the sale of forms to declaration of merit lists and collection of fees, the Students’ Council organises the orientation ceremonies for both Degree College, aided and unaided students.


May - July 2017


As is done every year, the Students’ Council volunteers of H.R. College of Commerce & Economics handled the entire admission process for the new entrants into Degree College as well as Junior College.

The council members worked on a daily basis for over two months, handling activities which included sale and collection of admission forms, verification of documents, setting up a help desk for queries, collection of fees and declaration of merit lists.

The efforts of the students were highly appreciated by faculty, staff and parents alike.


August 8 & 9, 2017

An anti ragging campaign was initiated by The Students’ Council, to ensure that H.R. College is an Anti - Ragging zone. Awareness about the ill effects of ragging and precautionary and preventive measures to be undertaken for the same was conveyed to the students. The volunteers carried out the campaign in the college premises and nearby areas.


December 8, 2017


The Students’ Council in collaboration with HDFC Bank and Bombay Hospital hosted a one day Blood Donation Drive for all the students and staff members. The drive saw more than 100 registrations and over 70 successful donations. The event for a noble cause was undoubtedly a huge success.


The Students’ Council won laurels for the college at several intercollegiate Festivals

1st place – ARTHANOMICS 2017 - Jai Hind College

1st place – GNARITAS 2017 - Mithibai College

1st place – MONETA 2017 - RA Podar College

1st place – ECONUNDRUM 2018 - St. Xavier’s College

1st place – KA CHING 2018 - NMIMS College




February 20 & 21, 2018


The Students’ Council conducted ‘Joy of Giving’ in the college, a social initiative which involved collecting donations of old and usable items for a charitable cause. Students and staff members contributed to the humble cause by donating things ranging from items for educational use to non perishable food items, which were later given to multiple NGOs by the student volunteers.



March 9, 2018



The farewell was organised by the Students’ Council for all the final year degree college and M.Com. students. The fun filled evening, with the theme ‘Winter Wonderland’, witnessed hundreds of students pouring in and was an incredible success, which ensured that the outgoing students were sent off in style as they bid goodbye to their alma mater.


Nodal Ofiicer: Ms Shubhada Kanchan



An anti ragging campaign initiated by The Students’ Council, ensures that H.R. College is an Anti - Ragging zone. Awareness about the ill effects of ragging and precautionary and preventive measures to be undertaken for the same is conveyed to the students. The volunteers check student ID’s on the college premises to ensure only bonafide students enter the premises of the college.