Rajarshi Shahu College of Pharmacy
Dwarka Bahuddeshiya Gramin Vikas Foundation, Buldana’s

Rajarshi Shahu College of Pharmacy

At & Post – Malvihir, Buldana, 443001, M.S., India
Affiliated to Sant Gadge Baba Amravati University, Amravati | Estd. in 2006
GOLD CATEGORY IN AICTE-CII SURVEY | Approved by PCI and AICTE, New Delhi

committees for student support

The college has formed various committees for the help of students.

To prohibit any conduct by any student or students whether by words spoken or written or by an act which has the effect of teasing, treating or handling with rudeness a fresher or any other student, or indulging in rowdy or in disciplined activities by any student or students which causes or is likely to cause annoyance, hardship or psychological harm or to raise fear or apprehension thereof in any fresher or any other student or asking any student to do any act which such student will not in the ordinary course do and which has the effect of causing or generating a sense of shame, or torment or embarrassment so as to adversely affect the physique or psyche of such fresher or any other student, with or without an intent to derive a sadistic pleasure or showing off power, authority or superiority by a student over any fresher or any other student; and thereby, to eliminate ragging in all its forms from universities, deemed universities and other higher educational institutions in the country by prohibiting it under these Regulations, preventing its occurrence and punishing those who indulge in ragging as provided for in these Regulations and the appropriate law in force.

SN

Name

Designation

Contact

Email

01

Dr. S. P. Jain

Chairman

9421394042

principaldip@gmail.com

02

Mr. M.N.Deokar

Member (Faculty)

9881341298

deokarmangesh@gmail.com

03

Mr. Fahim Memon

Member(Faculty)

8999614122

fahimmemon.dmg@gmail.com

04

Ms.Suyogita Gaikwad

Member (Faculty)

9158025667

Sanyogitagaikwad2@gmail.com

05

Ad.Nandkishor.Sakhare

Member(Advocate)

9822463616

advnandusakhare@gmail.com

06

Mr. Rahul Darda

Member(Journalist)

9422181888

rddarda@gmail.com

07

Mrs. Indutai Lahane

Member (NGO)

9423144727

indulahane@gmail.com

08

Mr. Y. B. Joshi

Member (Office)

8483086811

jyogesh@gmail.com

09

Mr. Rahul  Rojekar

Member (Student)

9923348191

rahulrojekar@gmail.com

10

Ms.Pranali Wanere

Member (Student)

8668455998

pranaliwanere@gmail.com

11

Mr.Vijaykumar Wagh

Member (Parent)

9834016677

vijaywagh@gmail.com

According to AICTE regulations, The Head of the Institution along with other administrative authorities should take adequate measures for prevention of ragging. Any lapse on the part of these authorities shall make them liable for criminal action for negligence of duty.  The technical Institution, University including Deemed to be University imparting technical education should incorporate a clause in their letter of appointment that the Director, Faculty and other administrative Heads should ensure all possible steps for prevention of ragging in the premises of the educational institutions, and that they are liable for action, in case of non-compliance.

As per above clause following members of Rajarshi shahu college of pharmacy buldana appointed as Institute anti ragging committee.          

Sr No

Name of members

Designation

Contact

E mail

1

Dr. S. P. Jain

Chairperson

9421394042

Principalrscp@gmail.com

2

Mr. Mangesh.N.Deokar

Coordinator

9881341298

deokarmangesh@gmail.com

3

Mr. Rushikesh Diware

Faculty Member

9881339573

Rushikeshdiware19@gmail.com

4

Ms. Sheetal Redasani

Faculty Member

7773974442

Sheetaljain0406@gmail.com

5

Mr. Yogesh Joshi

Office Member

8483086811

yogeshjoshioffi78@gmail.com

6

Mr. Atul patil

Student Member

7743886764

atulpatil@gmail.com

7

Ms. Kiran Mapari

Student Member

8668535090

Maparikiran123@gmail.com

8

Mr. Rajendra T Bali

Parent member

7875370847

Rajendrabali@gmail.com

9

Mrs Indumati Lahane

Social Worker buldana

9623843397

indulahane@rediffmail.com

10

Mr.Rahul Darda

Patrakar (Press Media)

9422181888

rahuldarda@gmail.com

Anti-Ragging Committee meeting Reports

Anti- Sexual Harassment Cell
[Academic Year 2021-2022]

THE COMMITTEE MEMBERS OF THE CELL SHALL HAVE THE FOLLOWING FUNCTIONS, POWERS AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Promote measures aimed at achieving gender equality, removal of gender bias or discrimination, sexual harassment and other acts of gender based violence;
  • Organize awareness programs and campaigns for the benefit of all members of the College on sexual harassment and gender based discrimination;
  • Fulfill the directives of and guidelines issued by the Supreme Court to create an academic and work environment that is free of sexual harassment or gender-based discrimination;
  • Receive and redress complaints received from any member of the College (including students, research scholars, staff, hostel residents and outsiders on College premises)alleging sexual harassment by another member(s) of the College;
  • Take suo-moto cognizance of any act of sexual harassment or gender-based discrimination on the College campus and/or facilities and to take further action in this regard;
  • Conduct formal inquiry and investigate and take decisions upon each complaint and recommend appropriate punishment or action to be taken, by the appropriate authority, in each instance;
  • Engage the services of a professional or other expert in the course of performing its functions;
  • Ensure that all information pertaining either to complaints registered and the proceedings and findings of any inquiries and/or investigations are kept strictly confidential;

Sr. No.

Name of Faculty / Staff

Designation

Position

Contact Number

1.

Dr. Shirish Jain

Principal

Chairperson

9421394042

2.

Dr. Prakash Kendre

Vice- Principal

Member

9890506016

3.

Miss. Shital Redasani

Asst. Professor

Secretary

9421394042

4.

Miss. Chetana Kothari

Asso. Professor

Member

7620760919

5.

Miss. Pooja Kochar

Asst. Professor

Member

7620764990

6.

Miss. Bhagyashri Budhawat

Asst. Professor

Member

7620760919

7.

Mr. Manoj Tayade

Office staff

Member

9284169616

8.

Ms. Mrunal Mundhe

Student Representative

Member

7620764990

Competitive Examination Cell

Objectives: The objective behind the formation of the cell/committee is to make students aware about the various competitive exams and help them in preparation for same, so that they can withstand in the competitive world.

Exams on target:

  1. GPAT and NIPER (Entrance test for admission in M. Pharm)
  2. CET and CAT (Entrance test for admission in MBA)
  3. GRE/ Toefl /IELTS (Exam for studying abroad)
  4. MPSC/UPSC/ IRS/Banking (Exam for Civil Services, Indian Railway and Banking)

Role and Responsibilities:

  1. Encourage the students for preparation of competitive exams
  2. Make the student more competent and aware about future opportunities
  3. Career oriented coaching which will help them in pursuing higher education, and job placements
  4. Conduction of sessions and test series for GPAT and NIPER entrance exam
  5. Arrangement for guest lectures of resource personnel from different streams.
  6. Creating a positive interaction amongst the senior students, who have succeeded in entrance exams, and the students preparing for it.
  7. Active involvement in the preparation for exam at the early stage of the course so that they will be prepared in advance.
  8. Appreciation and felicitation of successful student/ qualifiers.

 

Members of the cell

Sr. No

Name

Designation in cell

Designation in Institute

Sign

1

Dr S P Jain

Chief Advisor

Principal

 

2

Dr. P N Kendre

Advisor

Vice-Principal

 

3

Prof. S K Vibhute

Counselor

Asst Professor

 

4

Mr. R G Diware

Member

Asst Professor

 

5

Dr. V P Sonar

In-charge

Asst Professor

 

 

 

Planning for the AY 2022-2023

We have planned the following number of session for the AY 2022-2023

Sr. No.

Exam

No of sessions

1

GPAT/NIPER

30

2

CET/ CAT for MBA

05

3

GRE/IELTS/Toefl

05

4

MPSC/IRS/Banking

05

5

Practice Exam for GPAT

15

Total

60

 

*No of sessions and practice exam may change as per the need and requisite of students.

*Considering the pandemic situation of Covid-19 and its different variants, we are planning to conduct the online session at ZOOM/Google Meet platform via Vmedulife, until further notification of rules and regulation.

Equal Opportunity Cell

Introduction

India is a country of diversity. It is a hub of different religions, castes and cultures. However, the Indian society is characterized by a highly entrenched system of social stratification. It is these social inequalities that created the barriers of denial of access to materials, cultural and educational resources to the disadvantaged groups of society. These disadvantaged groups are SCs, STs, women, OBC (non-creamy layer), minorities and physically challenged persons. It is clear from the demographic factors that a large section of population of our country is still disadvantaged and marginalized.  India is potentially rich in human resources. To harvest the same and make the present education system inclusive, the degree of democratization of higher education has to be increased to a large extent. Further colleges should become more responsive to the needs and constraints of the disadvantaged social groups. Therefore, the institute has planned to establish Equal Opportunity Cell in college for the welfare of the disadvantaged and marginalized groups of the society and to remove difficulties, which they may be experiencing.

The constitution of the Cell for the Academic year 2021-22 is as follows:

Sr. No.

Name of Member

Contact and mail id

Designation

Category

1.

Dr. S. P. Jain

9421394042

principalrscp@gmail.com

Principal

Chairman

2.

Dr. V. S. Borkar

9975505734

vijayborkar79@gmail.com

Teacher

Coordinator

3.

Prof. Shital Redasani

7773974442

sheetaljain0406@gmail.com

Teacher

Member

Aims and Objectives

To oversee the effective implementation of policies and programs for disadvantaged groups, to provide guidance and counseling with respect to academic, financial, social and other matters and to enhance the diversity within the campus.

Functions

  1. To ensure equity and equal opportunity to the community at large in the college.
  2. To enhance the diversity among the students, teaching and non-teaching staff population and at the same time eliminate the perception of
  3. To create a socially congenial atmosphere for academic interaction and for the growth of healthy interpersonal relationships among the students coming from various social backgrounds.
  4. To help individuals or a group of students belonging to the disadvantaged section of society to contain the problems related to
  5. To look into the grievances of the weaker section of society and suggest amicable solution to their
  6. To prepare barrier free formalities/procedures for admission/ registration of students belonging to the disadvantaged groups of
  7. To organize periodic meetings to monitor the progress of the objectives.
  8. To ensure due share of utilization by SC/ST in admissions and to improve their
  9. To sensitize the college on the problems of SC/ST and other disadvantaged

Duties of the cell

The Adviser/Coordinator, on behalf of the Cell, is, to

1.          Review the implementation of various schemes and program for the welfare of the disadvantaged and marginalized groups of the society.

2.          Monitor other related activities undertaken by the college as well as implementation of reservation policy in admission and recruitment for SC, ST, PH, OBC (non-creamy layer) and others, if any.

3.          Monitor various welfare schemes/ programs sponsored by the Government of India/State Government, UGC or any agency/ organization as well as those devised by the college/affiliating university for the disadvantaged groups for their effective implementation

4.          Responsible for the effective functioning of SC/ST Cell and other such Cells/Centers dealing with the problems of different socially disadvantaged groups.

5.          Convene the meetings of other Committees/Programs dealing with social issues such as National Service Schemes (NSS) etc. to review their activities.

Frequency of Meeting

The Cell meets at least two times in a year and the decisions arrived at is mandatory to be implemented. The Cell functions under the Chairmanship of the Principal.

Institutional Grievance Redressal Cell (2021-22)

Aim:

The function of the cell is to look into the complaints lodged by any student/employee, and judge its merit. The Grievance cell is also empowered to look into matters of harassment. Anyone with a genuine grievance may approach the department members in person, or in consultation with the officer in-charge “Grievance Redressal Cell”. In case the person is unwilling to appear in self, grievances may be dropped in writing at the suggestion box of the Grievance Cell at Administrative Block. Grievances may also be sent through e-mail to the officer in-charge of the Cell.

Objectives:

The objective of the Grievance Cell is to develop a responsive and accountable attitude among all the stakeholders in order to maintain a harmonious educational atmosphere in the institute.

A Grievance Cell should be constituted for the redressal of the problems reported by the Students/employees of the Institute with the following objectives:

  • Upholding the dignity of the Institute by ensuring strife free atmosphere in the Institute through promoting cordial Student-Student relationship and Student-teacher relationship etc.
  • Encouraging the students/employees to express their grievances / problems freely and frankly, without any fear of being victimized.
  • Advising Students/employees of the Institute to respect the right and dignity of one another and show utmost restraint and patience whenever any occasion of rift arises.
  • Advising all staff to be affectionate to the Students and not behave in a vindictive manner towards any of them for any reason.
  • Ragging in any form is strictly prohibited in and outside the institution. Any violation of ragging and disciplinary rules should be urgently brought to the notice of the chairman or any other member of grievance redressal cell.

Functions:

  • The cases will be attended promptly on receipt of written grievances from the students/employees
  • The cell formally will review all cases and will prepare statistical reports about the number of cases received
  • The cell will give report to the authority about the cases attended to and the number of pending cases, if any, which require direction and guidance from the higher authorities.

Procedure for lodging complaint:

  • The students/employees may feel free to put up a grievance in writing and drop it in boxes.
  • The Grievance Cell will act upon those cases which have been forwarded along with the necessary documents.
  • The Grievance Cell will assure that the grievance has been properly solved in a stipulated time limit provided by the cell.

Constitution of Institutional Grievance Redressal Cell (2021-22)

According to AICTE regulations, The Head of the Institution along with other administrative

authorities should take adequate measures for Grievance Redressal. Anyone with a genuine grievance may approach the department members in person, or in consultation with the officer in-charge “Grievance Redressal Cell”.

As per above clause following members of Rajarshi Shahu College of Pharmacy, Buldana are appointed as members of Institutional Grievance Redressal Cell (2021-22).

Sr. No.

Members

Designation

Contact number

Email Id

1.

Dr. Shirish P. Jain

Chairman

8788915583

principalrscp@gmail.com

2.

Dr. Gaurav V. Harlalka

Convener

7498032048

gauravh12@yahoo.co.in

3.

Dr. Vijay S. Borkar

Member

9975505734

vijayborkar79@gmail.com

4.

Dr. Vikram N. Sancheti

Member

8793142238

vikram.sancheti@gmail.com

5.

Dr. Shailesh M. Kewatkar

Member

9589941146

kewatkar.shailesh@gmail.com

6.

Mr. Madhav D. Chakolkar

Member

7588084513

maddychakolkar@gmail.com

7.

Mr. Mangesh N. Deokar

Member

9881341298

deokarmangesh@gmail.com

8.

Mr. Parmeshwar R. Devhare

Member

9823171491

parme1717@gmail.com

9.

Mr. Rohit P. Salkute

Member

9860080013

rohit.salkute@gmail.com

10.

Mr. Sandip S. Hurpade

Member

9325421064

hurpadess@gmail.com

11.

Mr. Sharad D. Tayde

Member

9096644001

sharad_tayade1@rediffmail.com

 

Link for Online Grievances Portal

 

Medical Emergency Committee

Introduction

The medical emergency committee promote healthy and safe environment in institute campus. It take initiate in emergency management for students, teaching and non-teaching staff members. The committee is securing necessary resources to ensure fast and effective action in emergency condition

Objective

To deal with minor ailments and provide first aid.

 

Responsibilities

  1. To provide medical emergency to the students
  2. To provide hospitalization facility in case of worse condition of the students
  3. Inform to students parent about the health condition.
  4. To arrange awareness programs related to general health issues.
  5. To check availability of first-aid box in institute premises.
  6. To allocate medical emergency fund.

Constitution

Sr.no

                   Name

Institute Designation

Committee    Designation

Contact no

1

Dr.S.P.Jain

Principal

Chairman

9421394042

2

Mr.S.D.Tayade

U.G.Academic Cordinator

Co-ordinator

9096644001

3

Dr.S.M.Kewatkar

HOD(P’Cognosy Dept)

Committee members

9589941146

4

Mr.M.N.Deokar

Assist.Prof.(P’cology)

Committee members

9881341298

5

Miss.B.Budhawat

Assist.Prof.

Committee members

7498241607

 

Minority Cell

Introduction

  • Minority cell of the college was established with the purpose of empowering and helps the minority communities students including, Muslim, Jain, Sikhs, Christians, Zorastrians (Parsis) for their college and academic developments.
  • Our institute is providing services to the educational and cultural needs of the Minority community along with other caste, creed and Nationality.
  • “Every student has a right of education” The cell is formed with the objectives of encouraging minority students to enroll for career orientation programs which would empower and equip them with the necessary skills to choose a career option. It also facilitates financial support to students from minority communities from government agencies and other sources.

Objective  

  1. To increase equal opportunities for education of minorities.
  2. To create positive environment where all such students feel safe and secure.
  3. To make easy financial support to students from minority communities from governmental agencies and other sources.
  4. To encourage these students to enroll for courses, workshops, programs, etc. which the College offers students in an attempt to equip them with the skills needed for their careers
  5. To handle the issues and short and long-term needs of the minorities.
  6. To provide prompt counseling for any emotional emergencies arising on account of any event on the College campus.

  Functions and Activities

  • To communicate with the students and motivate them for better future planning and help to control academic and personal stress of university years effectively.
  • To provide a mechanism to redress the grievances of minority students.
  • To organize special opportunities to develop the career growth of these students such as through competitive examinations
  • The Cell is committed to provide assistance to the minority students through counseling, personality development, development of communication skill and preparatory classes for professional and employment purposes etc.
  • The Cell is actively engaged in coordinating and resolves the problems in the matter of conduct of coaching and other measures with a view to see that the education system Succeeds in bringing to a level quantitatively as well as qualitatively indistinguishable from the level of the rest of the society.

Constitutions of Minority Cell

Sr No

 Name

Positions in the Committee

Designation

1.      

Dr S. P.  Jain

Chairman

Principal

2.      

Mr. S. C. Shaikh

Coordinator

Assistant Professor

3.      

Miss. C.R. Kothari   

Member

Assistant Professor

4.      

Mr. Syed Arif

Member

Office  Staff

5.      

Mr. Fahad Khan

Member

Students ( B-Pharm 1st Year )

6.      

Miss. Bhumika Kothari

Member

Students ( B-Pharm 1st Year )

 

Music Art and Cultural Cell

This committee is being formed with the permission of respected principal for Rajarshi Shahu College of Pharmacy, Buldana. The Music art and cultural Cell has been a supporting arm for academic inputs of RSCP, Buldana and encourages students to participate in cultural events and inter-college meets organized from time to time either by the University, the Government or any other organizations. 

Aim of Music Art and Cultural Cell

The committee aims at providing platforms to students where they can exhibit their talents by participating in events such as painting, sketching, Mahanadi, Clay modeling, Music, Dance and wall space.

Constitution

SN

Name of the Staff Members

Designation

1

Dr. S. P. Jain

Chairman

2

Prof. D. V. Bhusari

In-charge/Coordinator

3

Prof. C.R. Kothari

Member

4

Dr. V.N. Sancheti

Member

5

Prof. R.P. Salkute

Member

6

Mr. Rohit  Pawar

Secretary

7

Miss.Vaishnavi Akhare

Member

 Objectives

  • To provide a balanced and all-round education.
  • To train and promote participation of students in various platforms with a view to develop competitive spirit, confidence building and leadership qualities.

Frequency of the meeting

Every 6 months interval in academic year or as per need

Functions and Responsibilities:-

  1. To organize various competitions, annual functions, internal celebrations in Colleges.
  2. To Provide the right platform to showcase their talents in various fields like dancing acting singing drawing paining photography etc.
  3. Encourage the budding talents of the colleges and develop their creative skills.
  4. Preparation of inter collegiate Youth Festival.
  5. To conduct and celebrate various festivals / events by using wall space activity

SC/ST CELL (2021-22)

Introduction

India is a country of diversity. It is a center of different religions, castes and cultures. However, the Indian society is characterized by a highly-entrenched system of social stratification. Social inequalities have led to denial of access to materials, cultural and educational resources to the disadvantaged groups of societies. Higher education is a tool for social and economic equality; therefore, the institute has constituted SC/ST Cell which would help in eliminating the social disparities.

SC/ST Cell at RSCP

The scheduled Caste (SC) and Scheduled Tribes (ST) Cell in an institute promotes the special interest of students in the reserved category and to provide special inputs in areas where the students experience difficulties. The cell regularly has to conduct interactive sessions and informal meetings with students to attend to their personal, social and academic problems.

The SC/ST/ students can approach the Convener/Coordinator of the Cell for redressal of any grievance(s) regarding academic, administrative or social problems. The Convener/Coordinator will meet the concerned students, understand their problem and take necessary action and/or render them necessary advice/help to resolve the matter. SC/ST Cell is to help the SC/ST categories integrate with other communities of the institute and to remove difficulties, which they may be experiencing.

Establishment of committee for SC/ST for the Academic year 2021-22 is as follows:

Sr. No.

Name of Members

Designation

Contact No.

1.

Dr. S. P. Jain

Chairman

8788915583

2.

Dr. V. S. Borkar

Member Secretary

9975505734

3.

Aniket Jadhao (SC) F. Y. B. Pharm

Member

8177871735

4.

Harshal Bhange (ST) F. Y. B. Pharm

Member

7028497109

5.

Ku. Asmita Gawai (SC) S. Y. B. Pharm.

Member

9665727545

6.

Ku. Sonal Bhatkar (SC) S. Y. B. Pharm.

Member

9420147153

7.

Harshal Sanjay Rane (ST) T. Y. B. Pharm.

Member

8275021902

8.

Ku. Komal Janardan Meshram (SC) T. Y. B. Pharm.

Member

7517098202

9.

Atul Nandu Pawar (ST) FINAL Y. B. Pharm.

Member

8379857639

10.

Ku. Pallavi Sudhakar Mankar (SC) FINAL Y. B. Pharm.

Member

9359524886

Objectives

Following are the objectives of the Celle is as follows

  1. Circulate and to collect regularly, on an annual basis, information regarding course-wise admissions to candidates belonging to the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes in the
  2. Analyze information on admissions, education, training and employment of SCs and STs and prepare reports for the same.
  3. Function as a Grievances Redressal Cell for the grievances of SC/ST students and employees and render them necessary help in solving their academic as well as administrative
  4. To promote higher education among these two communities suffering economic, social and educational

Duties of the cell

The Convener/Coordinator, on behalf of the Cell, facilitates the overall welfare of the students, staff and faculty as per the guidelines.

Frequency of Meeting

The Committee meets at least two times in a year and the decisions arrived at is mandatory to be implemented. The Committee functions under the Chairmanship of the Principal.

Student Redressal Cell

Introduction

The college has constituted Student Redressal Cell as per the rules and regulation laid down by AICTE. Students sometimes find themselves in a situation where they need solution related to their academic problems. Students redressal cell will be able to provide desired help and guidance to students related to their issues.

Objective

  • The main objective of cell is of resolving the grievances of students within a reasonable time period
  • To create a platform where students can raise their problems about academic and non- academic matters.
  • To ensure effective solution to the students to redress their problems.

Responsibilities

  1. SRC shall consider individual grievances of students, regarding with academics and other related to institute.
  2. SRC shall work on principles including confidentiality, impartiality, sensitivity and timely and appropriate action. 
  3. The cell will deal with grievances received in writing from the students about any of the following-
    • Academic issues-Related to issuing of duplicate mark-sheet, Transfer certificate, and examination related matters.
    • Financial issues-Related to pending fees, dues of library etc.
    • Other issues-Related to certain misbehavior of staff member, condition of sanitation, availability of any facilities in college campus

Constitution:

Sr.no

                   Name

Institute Designation

 Comitteee Designation

1

Dr.S.P.Jain

Principal

Chairman

2

Mr.S.D.Tayade

U.G.Academic Coordinator

Co-ordinator

3

Dr.V.N.Kendre

IQAC  coordinator & HOD P’ceutics

Committee  Member

4

Dr.V.S.Borkar

HOD P’chemistry

Committee  Member

5

Mr.S.S.Hurpade

University Exam incharge

Committee  Member

6

Mr.Y.B.Joshi

Office Superintendent

Committee  Member

7

Mr.V.S.Jain

Jr.Accountant

Committee  Member

Information to be updated.