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NLC Cells

Cyber Cell

Cyber Cell

Understanding the importance of domain specific knowledge of information technology in today’s academic arena, NLC takes pride in providing the students with a well equipped Cyber Cell. The student computer lab consists of 20 computers.: 60 in cyber research lab and 08 in the library.

The cyber cell provides the students with the following key facilities:

  1. Software available in the cyber cell
  2. Hardware available in the cyber cell
  3. Internet service available in the cyber cell

The Cell provides with an access to number of important law related subscribed websites which help our student to have dual benefits of law study and being technology savvy like -

Cell In-charge - Mr. Vikram Irale

NSS Cell

NSS Cell

The National Service Scheme (NSS) is an Indian government-sponsored public service program conducted by the Ministry 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.

NSS Day

NSS was formally launched on 24th September, 1969, the birth centenary year of the Father of the Nation. 24 September is celebrated every year as NSS Day with appropriate programmes & activities.

NSS Motto

The motto of NSS is ‘NOT Me But You’. This reflects the essence of democratic living and upholds the need for selfless service and appreciation of the other person’s point of view and also to show consideration for fellow human beings.

All students admitted to the University are free to apply for NSS membership. Application in the prescribed format may be submitted to the NSS Cell in the beginning of Monsoon Semester during the month of August and the notice regarding enrollment is circulated by NSS Cell every year mentioning vacancy and other details.

Cell In-charge - Mr. Sandip Patil

Hon’ble Shripatrao Tatya Kadam ‘Senior Citizens’ Cell

Hon’ble Shripatrao Tatya Kadam ‘Senior Citizens’ Cell

Elderly rights are one of the fundamental rights of India. The International Day of older persons is celebrated annually on October 1. The 2001 census of India demonstrated that aged people in India have crossed over 100 million. Many older people in India are not alert about the human rights of older persons, due to high occurrence of illiteracy and lack of alertness. Elder illiteracy directly contributes to a lack of knowledge regarding the human rights for older people in India, and contributes to the infringement of those rights.

Issues of concern in this area are:

  1. Live with dignity.
  2. Personal maintenance & care.
  3. Right to get maintenance assistance.

Objectives of the Cell are:

  • Helping the Senior Citizens in case of their personal problems.
  • Regular advise on legal matters & remedial measures required.
  • Encouraging regular social interaction of Senior Citizens in the neighborhood.
  • To conduct legal awareness programs for elder people.

Cell In-charge - Mr. Sanjay Aher

Placement Cell and Career Guidance Cell

Placement Cell and Career Guidance Cell

The Department of Placement & Training is the backbone of any institution. It has been constituted in the college to facilitate recruitment of students. So far our students have been placed in companies like The Career Guidance Cell at The New College functions under the direct control and directions of the Principal of the College. A team of Professors nominated by Principal work together to guide the students on Career opportunities.

The objective of the cell is to identify the talents available among the students of this College and nurture and harness them further and offer guidance to choose a bright and right career.

The activities of the cell include collecting the database of the students and compiling them for use when needed. The cell facilitates the students to improve their skills to face various competitive exams such as civil service exams conducted by UPSC and MPSC. The Career Guidance Cell organizes seminars and meetings to encourage the students to plan their future. The cell also facilitates the economically weaker sections of the students of first and second year undergraduate courses to find suitable part time jobs to supplement the family income without affecting the academic pursuit.

Objectives are :

  • Developing the students practicall knowledge and soft skills to meet the corporate recruitment process.
  • To motivate students to develop their overall personality in terms of career planning, goal setting and re-skilling which will take them to good stead even after getting the job.
  • To motivate students to aspire for higher studies and guiding them to take competitive exams such as JMFC, MPSC, UPSC & LAW officer
  • To place the maximum number of students in top notch companies through campus & off-campus interviews.

Placement Cell In-charge - Mr. Sanjay Aher

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