The Shri Shivaji Education Society, Amravati is a premier educational institution of Central India with branches in all the districts of Vidarbha in Maharastra. Shri Shivaji Science College was established in 1969 as an independent identity from Shri Shivaji College. Gradually Shri Shivaji Science College has evolved as Premier Institution for imparting formal education in the Science stream. Shri Shivaji Science College is reaccredited by NAAC,Banglore with 'A' Grade (Very Good). UGC has also awarded this college with CPE (College Potential with Excellence) status. Shri Shivaji Science College is centrally located and conveniently accessible from all parts of Amravati city. At Shri Shivaji College of Science the students are endowed with all 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/wifi connectivity, medical facilities etc.
Area 12 Acres
Buit up area 11 Acres
Sports Grounds 1
- Academic Zone
- Computer Lab
- Girls Hostel
- Medical Facilities
- Cls. Room
- Residential Institute
- Residential Zone
- Residential Faculty Zone
Students Activities & Clubs
The National Service Scheme (NSS) is an Indian government sponsored public service program conducted by the Department of Youth Affairs and Sports of the Government of India. Popularly known as NSS, the scheme was launched in Gandhiji's Centenary year, 1969, aimed at developing student's personality through community service. NSS is a voluntary association of young people in Colleges, Universities and at +2 level working for a campus-community linkage. The cardinal principle of the NSS programme is that it is organised by the students themselves, and both students and teachers through their combined participation in community service, get a sense of involvement in the tasks of nation building.
The programme aims to inculcate social welfare in students, and to provide service to society without bias. NSS volunteers work to ensure that everyone who is needy gets help to enhance their standard of living and lead a life of dignity. In doing so, volunteers learn from people in villages how to lead a good life despite a scarcity of resources. it also provides help in natural and man-made disasters by providing food,clothing and first aid to the disaster victims.
The broad objectives of NSS are:
- To understand the community in which they work;
- To understand themselves in relation to their community;
- To identify the needs and problems of the community and involve them in problem solving process;
- To develop among themselves a sense of social and civic responsibility;
- To utilize their knowledge in finding practical solution to individual and community problems;
- To develop competence required for group living and sharing of responsibilities;
- To gain skills in mobilizing community participation;
- To acquire leadership qualities and democratic attitude;
- To develop capacity to meet emergencies and natural disasters
- To practice national integration and social harmony.
Sant Gadgebaba's ten point programme
- Food for hungry
- Water for thirsty
- Clothes for needy
- Help for education of poor boys and girls
- Shelter for homeless people
- Medical facilities to handicapped and diseased people
- Employement to unemployee people
- Sanctuary to birds and wild animals
- Matrimonial help to poor boys and girls
- Confidence to unhappy people
- Education to poor people
Blood Donation camp :-
A Blood Donation Camp was organized on14-02-2014 in the college Auditorium. To know the value of blood the “Valentine Day” is selected every year to organize the blood donation camp. Blood cannot be manufactured and there is no substitute for it. Hence it is important to create a network of young blood donors to save lives. The NSS volunteers enthusiastically donated their blood and in all 106 units were collected which is priceless compared to its actual cost of Rs. 84800/-.
Training and Selection camp on “Disaster Management” :-
A Training and Selection camp on “Disaster Management” for NSS volunteers was organized on 25-05-2014 in which Dr. Shrikant Patil, NSS Director, SGBAU, Mr. Ambadasji Ghule, District Coordinator and Dr Chetan Raut graced the camp as the resource persons. As many as 180 volunteers took part in this training program. Our college was selected by SGB Amravati University to conduct the Training and Selection camp on “Disaster Management” for NSS volunteers of Amravati district. Dr. V. G. Thakare, chaired the session. The speakers shared their thoughts and guided the NSS volunteers regarding “Disaster Management”.
National Science Day Celebrated in Shri Shivaji Science College, Amravati.
In commemoration of the discovery of Raman Effect by Sir C. V. Raman the National Science Day was celebrated in Shri Shivaji Science College, Amravati on 27/02/2016.
On this occasion Prof. Dr. M. K. Rai from P. G. Department of Biotechnology, Sant Gadge Baba Amravati University, Amravati was the chief guest while Principal Dr. V. G. Thakare chaired the inaugural function. Prof. L. N. Gawande and Dr. S. D. Patil were also present on the dies.
Professor M. K. Rai while addressing the college students gave in-depth inaugural speech explaining the importance of nanotechnology in human life. The material responsible for wall lizard to stick on smooth surfaces of walls is a nanomaterial and such nanomaterial is now used to produce “Gecko Tape” which is much more powerful than ordinary “Tixo Tape” in adhesive property.
Nowadayes zinc oxide nanomaterials are widely used in sunscreen lotion moisturizers, antiaging and other products to take care of our health as life is precious. The Bhasmas like swarna ( Gold) bhasma, rajat (Silver) bhasma, tamra (Copper) bhasma used in Ayurveda also contain nanomaterials. Similarly, homeopathy, the true green medicine also contain nanoparticles.
Silver nanoparticles have been studied in detail and shown to possess inhibitory effects on disease producing bacteria, fungi, viruses, protozoan’s and arthropods. Such silver particles are the new generation antimicrobials as the pathogens are becoming resistant to different antibiotic drugs.
Professor Rai also discussed the issues of feeding the global population which already surpassed 07 billion in 2011 and it is expected to increase to 9.1 billion by 2050. In this situation nanotechnology is the hope for solving the problems through nano food and nano based products like nano-pesticides, nano- fertilizers and nano- fungicides.
Dr. S. D. Patil, Head of the department of Microbiology and the convener of the NSD celebrations delivered an introductory speech and explained the objectives of celebrating National Science Day. NSD is celebrated every year to spread a message about importance of scientific applications in daily life, to display scientific activities for human welfare, to implement new technology for development of the science, to give an opportunity to scientific minded citizens and to popularize the science and technology. The main theme of NSD -2016 was “Make in India”.
In his address the chairman of the function Dr. V. G.Thakare delivered presidential speech. Principal Dr. V. G. Thakare talked about the theme of this year’s National Science Day and elaborated on the need to spread the awareness of Science among the masses. He also informed that Shri Shivaji Science College is one of the leading college in Amravati and Rajiv Gandhi Science and technology commission, Government of Maharashtra sanctioned 2.5 crore to this college for starting Science center in College premises.
Dr. Anjali Bodade introduced the chief-guest. The programme was conducted by Ms. Gargi Chaudhari while Ms. Vidnyani Hatwar proposed vote of thanks. Miss Pranita Wakode presented welcome song while Ms Diksha Pawar presented a power point presentation on the life of Prof. C V Raman. All the members of the teaching staff and the students were present on this occasion. For the success of this programme Members of Nature and Science Club Prof. U. M. Patil, Prof B. K. Dorkar, Dr. A.W. Asole, Prof. P. D. Lade, Dr. D. V. Hande, Dr. Anjali Bodade, Prof Kirti Gawai, took efforts.
Dr. S. D. Patil
Aims and Objectives of National Cadet Corps
• To develop qualities of Character, Leadership, Comradeship, Courage, Discipline, Spirit of Adventure, Secular Outlook and the ideals of Selfless Service amid the Youth of the Country
• To create a Human Resource of Well Organized, Skilled and Motivated Youth, to endow with leadership in all walks of life and always be ready to serve the nation.
• To provide an apt environment and encourage the youth to choose a career in the armed forces.
Two NCC Cadets SUO. Shubham Dhole and SUO. Roshan Raghorte were selected for Thal Sena Camp (TSC) New Delhi held in Sept. 2014.
Pulse Polio Immunization Campaign
Pulse Polio campaign was organized by NCC cadets on 22 February
Swachh Bharat Abhiyan-2015:
Organized on 15th Jan. 2015 , Number of participants: All Cadets, The theme of the event was “Cleaning of College campus and Class room, laboratory, etc. Picking litter” , The Pledge of Swachh Bharat Abhiyan taken by the cadets in presence of Principal Dr. V.G.Thakare.