Department of Management Studies

Activities of BMS (2019-20)

  • Orientation Programme

Orientation Programme was conducted by the faculties of BMS for FYBMS students on 17th July, 2019. The students were explained about examination pattern, rules and regulations and various committees and activities of the college and department. The orientation was followed by an assessment test to facilitate bridge course.

  • Visit to Sanjay Gandhi National Park

With an objective to encourage students for environment protection, a field visit was held at Sanjay Gandhi National Park on 29th August, 2019. A total of 45 students and 3 faculties visited the park. In order to give exposure of planning & implementation to students, they were given an opportunity to manage the visit completely under the supervision of faculties.

  • Visit to Rural Area

A visit to Vengaon, Karjat was organized by the department in order to study the methods adapted for rural marketing and rural financing on 9th December, 2019. A total of 37 students and 4 faculty members visited the rural area. Students studied various brands and baking options available in rural market. Post visit students had a presentation and interactive session with the Principal, Dr, Padma Deshmukh.

  • Visit to SME

To provide an insight about practical application of theories, 40 students of FY/SY and TYBMS visited Rutu Foods, Thane on 28th February, 2020. The students were accompanied by three faculties. The students were welcomed and explained about Food industry, Production process and demand of the products, Investment details to start a food venture and expertise needed to run a successful food business. The visit was a good learning experience for the students.

  • Visit to RBI and NSE

A visit to RBI and NSE was organized on 22nd January, 2020. A total of 25 students from SYBMS and TYBMS (Finance Specialization) along with 2 faculties visited RBI and NSE. The visit gave students an insight about the functioning of RBI and NSE.

  • Webinar on ‘Covid – 19 Implications on Business and Employment’

Department of BMS in association with Research Cell of the Anna Leela College and MUCTA organized a National Level webinar on ‘Covid-19 Implications on Business and Employment’ on 2nd May, 2020. The resource person for the webinar was Mr. Nitin Shetty, Founder and Managing Director of OTM Foods Pvt. Ltd. The webinar was attended by more than 2100 students and faculties across India. It has more than 4900 viewership on YouTube.

Activities of BMS (2018-19)

  • Orientation Program

Orientation Program was organized for FY BMS students on 10th August, 2018. Mr. Sachin Pimple, BMS co-ordinator briefed the students about the college infrastructure and facilities, course details, examination pattern and various committees of the college.

  • Extensive and Intensive

Extensive and Intensive coaching was held for slow learners and advanced learners in the month of February 2019.

  • Industrial Visit – Rutu Foods, Thane

To provide an insight about practical application of theories, 40 students of FY/SY and TYBMS visited Rutu Foods, Thane on 11th February, 2019. The students were accompanied by Mr. Sachin Pimple, Ms. Mitali Sawant and Ms. Diti Shah.

  • Karjat Field Visit Report

Understanding of rural markets have become an important aspect of studies. To have a better understanding about rural markets, an educational visit was organized to Karjat. 30 Students from FY/SY.TY BMS, along with Mr. Sachin Puimple, Ms. Surekha Shetty and Mr. Subhash Senghale went for the educational visit on 21st January, 2019.

  • Women’s Day Celebration

The students of BMS took an initiative to celebrate International Women’s day in the college on 8th march, 2019.  The female faculties and female students celebrated with great zeal.

Activities UnderEnvoventure

1.Trekking to Karnala Fort

Going back to environment is very important for a heathy body, mind and soul. With the intention of providing a detox to students, Envoventure planned a trek to Karnala Fort.It was a one day trek organized on 12th September, 2018. 40 Students from BMS went for the trek. 3 professors also accompanied the students

2.Contribution towards Compost – 2017

With an intention of clean and green city, Students of the Envoventure team collected theGanpatifestive waste and segregated the non-degradable and degradable waste. Envoventure team sent the collected Nirmalya to BARC (Bhabha Atomic Research Centre) for further processing. The total collection made was 1017 kg.

Activities Under Knowledge Club

1. Resume Writing Session

BMS Department Organized a Resume Writing Session on 22nd January, 2018. 70 TY students from all the departments attended the session. Ms. Rashmi Nayak, Business Manager IIPR conducted the session.

2. Field Visit to Mahalaxmi Saras

With an intention to impart practical knowhow of group funding and functioning of self-help groups, SY BMS students (finance specialization) visited MahalaxmiSaras, an exhibition organized by N.A.B.A.R.D. The visit was on 25th January, 2018. Finance faculties from BMS accompanied students to provide them required guidance.

3.Union Budget (2018 19) Discussion Session

Union Budget (2018 19) discussion session was organized by BMS department on 14th February, 2018. Highlight of this session was the discussion and analysis which was done by students of all the departments. Twenty five student participants presented the budget and its impact on development of India.

List of activities

  • 26th August, 2013 – Trek to Karnala fort
  • September, 2013 Waste Collection during Ganesh Festival
  • 7th January, 2014 – A Study Tour to Ankur Theme Park
  • 22nd February, 2014 Visit to Sanjay Gandhi National Park
  • 29th August – 8th September, 2014 – Waste Collection during Ganesh Festival


The name “˜EnvoVenture is a fusion of two words “Environment ” and “Adventure” which enables to foster awareness and knowledge about environment, “˜Go Green concept and to instill an environmental ethic in allparticipants through adventurous activities.

This club aims to provide every learner an understanding towards their contribution to the environment, nature conservation, the power of working collaboratively, and their interconnectedness with all living things. Through this club, students explore on how to use adventure activities such as backpacking, trekking, hiking etc as tools to make environmental learning an adventure and an instruction tool through its fun filled activities.

  • 14thSeptember, 2015 Trek to Kalavantin Fort
  • 29thSeptember, 2015 Waste Collection during Ganesh Festival
  • 24thFebruary, 2016 Field Visit to Ankur Theme Park
  • 5thto 16thSeptember 2016 Waste Collection during Ganesh Festival
  • 5thJune 2017 Celebration of World Environment Daay

Knowledge Club

Knowledge Club is aninitiative designed to stimulate activities, impart knowledge, enhance and improve speaking, marketing, presentation and leadership skills in a safe and fun environment. It creates an opportunity for knowledge sharingand transfer, bringing together those with common interests through a number of activities and competitions. These competitions cover a number of key areas such as marketing, finance, R&D, business and technologydevelopment and funding which helps in applying their theoretical knowledge in practicality.

This club believes, “˜The best way to learn is by doing, and that is how the Knowledge club works.

List of Activities

  • 21st January, 2015- Around the world in a day
  • 26th July, 2013 – Knowledge club inauguration and elocution competition
  • 21st August, 2013 – Magic in window display
  • 28th September, 2013-Dispute over thoughts- A Debate competition
  • 6th January 2014 -The Power of TV Commercial
  • 11th August,2014-21st century manager- Skill Development
  • 5th March 2015-Session on Union Budget
  • 3rd of August, 2015-We are a team team building
  • 7th January, 2016 Brand Mania
  • 9th March 2016-Session on Union Budget
  • 7th August 206 – Display of leadership skills
  • 11th February Session on Union Budget


At the end of every semester, the BMS journal, ‘Insight’ is published which is a truly literary & creative document of the talents of the BMS students. The journal committee is composed of the chief editor, convener, departmental head, committee members & students in-charge. It also provides a panoramic view of the academic, activities & achievements of the BMS students during that particular semester.