Nowrosjee Wadia College (NOWROSJEE WADIA COLLEGE), Pune Campus & Infrastructure

Pune (Maharashtra) Estd : 1932 Approved by : NAAC Type : Private
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The college is well equipped with all the modern facilities including Classrooms, Hostel, Library, Gymkhana, Canteen and Auditorium. The college library has around 1,50,000 books on various curricular and co-curricular subjects. In addition, it also has a number of journals and magazines. The college is well known for its achievements in the Sports field. The college has a Tata Assembly Hall, which is a magnanimous structure with a seating capacity of over 700 people. It is used by all institutions on the campus for social and cultural events, conferences, examinations and other events. The college also has a separate hostel facility for all the boys and girls. The Hostel building has ground plus seven floors. The ground floor is provided for parking facility to the college staff and students on campus, a toilet for security and service staff, an electrical power room and a Security staff Cabin. All the hostel rooms designed for accommodation with attached toilet and bath.

The College Canteen is blessed with the family atmosphere, with a variety of delicious food by a home made flavour, cooked to perfection and served with a great courtesy. Refreshments are available at the college canteen at affordable rates. Adequate seating facilities are provided to accommodate students and staff even during peak time.

  • Area 18 Acres
  • Classroom 50
  • Sports Grounds 1
  • Hostel Facility True

Facilities

Hostels

Nowrosjee Wadia College NOWROSJEE WADIA COLLEGE Pune, with facilities including Guest house, Mess, Medical Facilities, Cls. Room, Sports, TV room, Power Backup, Hot Water, Cold Water

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Students Activities & Clubs

NSS

National Service Scheme, under the Ministry of Youth Affairs & Sports Govt. of India, popularly known as NSS was launched in Gandhiji’s Birth Centenary Year 1969. In India, the idea of involving students in the task of national service dates back to the times of Mahatma Gandhi, the father of the nation. The central theme which he tried to impress upon his student audience time and again, was that they should always keep before them, their social responsibility. The first duty of the students should be, not to treat their period of study as one of the opportunities for indulgence in intellectual luxury, but for preparing themselves for final dedication in the service of those who provided the sinews of the nation with the national goods & services so essential to society.

Advising them to form a living contact with the community in whose midst their institution is located, he suggested that instead of undertaking academic research about economic and social disability, the students should do “something positive so that the life of the villagers might be raised to a higher material and moral level”.

The Nowrosjee Wadia College have adopted villages like Loni Kand, Dongargaon & Bhavdi to enhance their lifestyle and explain them about few social responsibilities.The main objective of camp was to inculcate social responsibility and self discipline among the students. Various activities such as cleanliness drives, awareness camps dealing with subjects such as literacy, population control measures, safety issues and empowerment of women, voting in local elections, construction of sanitation facilities, cultural programs for villagers has been conducted.

NCC

National Cadet Corps aims at developing character and comradeship, as well as keenness for service and capacity for leadership in the youth. It provides military training to the youth and builds a ready reserve, which the Armed Forces could easily make use of in times of national emergency. There are a number of incentives that motivates students to become cadets. Besides being an additional merit while seeking to join the forces or taking up other jobs, NCC also motivates cadets to perform to their best by offering scholarships, cash awards, prizes, medals, trophies etc.

Apart from service and institutional training, the cadets also participate in other activities like Community Development, Youth Exchange Program, Adventure Sports Training. Taking part in NCC Day, Republic day Camp etc. not only gives the students an opportunity to visit different cities/states of India but also interact with cadets from different parts of the country.

Students of the Nowrosjee Wadia College are encouraged to actively participate in N.C.C and contribute their best to the society and nation. The National Cadet Corps conducts activities such as Annual Training Camps, Rifle Shooting Practice / Competitions, First-Aid Training, Rope-climbing etc. In the past years, a good number of students have won accolades in these activities. In addition to this, cadets participate in social service activities like blood donation, adult education, tree plantation, AIDS Awareness, pulse polio program, clearing camps, etc

Louis Braille Writer’s Club

Louis Braille Writer’s Club has been established in the college to cater to the academic and cultural needs of the visually challenged and disabled students of the college. There are presently more than 50 blind students studying in various classes. ‘ The Louis Braille Writers’ Club has 60 members who help the blind students by reading out to them their texts and primarily working as writers for them during the college and university examinations. This club provides writers for the blind students of other colleges also. The club also organizes various activities for the blind students such as cultural programs, welcome and farewell functions, seminars and workshops.

Functions are also organized to pay tribute to Luis Braille on his Birth and Death anniversary. The programs are entirely handled by blind students. Milind Kshirsagar andPooja Kamble, the coordinator of this club have taken efforts to establish and run this club successfully in past two years. Prof. Neeraj Bhagat, Students’ welfare officer, Prof. Jayant Salve, coordinator of Phule Adhyasana and Prof. Jaywant Ahiwale, head of Marathi Department have been coordinating the activities of the club.

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