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At Jai Hind College the students are endowed with modern infra and convenient amenities that make their life 'go easy' in college hours, alongside make learning more interesting. Some of the facilities include well ventilated classrooms, recreational areas, hostel facility for boys and girls, indoor and outdoor games, stocked library, seamless internet connectivity, medical facilities etc.
Sports Grounds 2
Total Students 980
Hostel Facility True
- Academic Zone
- Computer Lab
- Medical Facilities
- Cls. Room
- Residential Institute
- Residential Zone
- Residential Faculty Zone
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Students Activities & Clubs
Jai Hind college ENTREPRENEURSHIP CELL does a HAT TRICK. "Awarded the PREMIER IMPACT AWARD on 5th March, 2016 at the annual NEN award event. This award is given to institutes which have demonstrated exemplary determination and dedication in running high impact programs to create more start ups." Was awarded the honour of being selected the "WADHWANI CENTRE OF EXCELLENCE" in February 2015. Was awarded the "ROLL OF HONOUR" for entrepreneurial impact in March 2014.
On 10th December 2013, a Nature Trail was undertaken to Uttan. Mr Udhav, Ms Leena and Dr Devangi accompanied the students. The trail saw an overwhelming response from the commerce students who brought back sweet memories and learning experiences of observing nature from a lens mans view.
Awareness about conservation of tigers was done by screening a BBC documentary in February 2014, titled “Broken Tail’. The important role tigers play in an ecosystem and the problems associated with the extinct numbers of tigers in India was highlighted through the film. Ms Roonal Jain planned a visit to Taraporewala Aquariaum to enable the students to understand the marine ecosystem and as young minds participate in citizen based activities which can enhance the functioning of the aquarium.
Nature Club and Extension Works Programme organised a talk on 'Enviornmental Pollution - Relevance of Plastics" on 31st August 2014 between 11.00 AM to 1.00 PM. Dr. Tushar Bandhopadhyae, ICPE Secretariate interacted with students and teachers in the AV Centre. The programme sequence was:
- Screening of two short films of 7 - 10 mins duration each.
- Discussion with the help of PPT on the subject matter.
- Interaction on Plastics - Its benefits, issues and solutions.
The N.S.S Unit strongly believes in the statement "A nation as a society forms a moral person and every member of it is personally responsible for his society."Our objective is overall development of student’s personality through community service. N.S.S. Unit conducts many social events and projects with various organizations and NGO's such as solving civic issues with BMC, helping civilians filling complaints in police station, Women empowerment and Gender equality, Cleanliness drive, blood donation drive. We also have cancer, Aids, hepatitis, road safety and anti tobacco awareness campaigns,etc
The members of the Womens’ Development Cell annually organize activities aimed at safe-guarding the interests of the girl child and particularly our young girl students
This year the cell has will hold its annual talk along FOGSI President Dr. Suchitra Pandit’s Flagship project for the youth namely ‘Youth Mela’ for empowering the future generation!!!” during the 1st week of December
This program will include the following topics:
- Self-Presentation Skills
- Nutrition & Prevention of Anemia
- Staying Fit
- Know Your Body
- Protecting Yourself from
- Unwanted Pregnancy
- Sexually Transmitted Infections
- Cervical Cancer
- Physical & Sexual Abuse
- First Aid