The History and Political Science Association one of the most diligent committees in the college full of vim and vigour. It has been set up to cultivate interest in the subjects of History and Politics and to keep the students abreast of latest trends and developments. The Association aims to achieve synergy through regular interaction, communication and participation of the students.

Innovative activities such as ‘News Channel competition”, ‘Talk shows’, ‘Quiz on Indian Constitution’ encourage the students to take up regular reading of newspapers, promote free exchange of thought and build team spirit. The power packed event of ‘Mock Parliament’ is a star attraction amongst the students as they recreate the feel of Lok Sabha with professional elegance.

Educational Tour to Thrissur town in Kerala from 1st-7th January 2018 And Visit to ‘Dosti House- U.S. Consulate General’, on 6th February, 2018

21 students of T.Y.B.A. went for a 4 day Educational Tour to Thrissur town in Kerala. The trip was conducted from 1st-7th January 2018. They visited the famous Athirapally Waterfalls and the backwaters of Alapuzha. It was an unforgettable experience which the students would cherish in their lives forever.

The association had organized a visit to ‘Dosti House- U.S. Consulate General’, on 6th February, 2018 for the screening of ‘Hidden Figures’, a movie depicting the contribution of Black Women in the scientific and technological advances of the U.S. It helped in understanding the struggle for political equality in that country.

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Youth Parliament 26th Sep. 2017

The History and Political Science Association had organized Youth Parliament on 26th sep. 2017. Shri. Nilesh Madane - P.R.O. Maharashtra Legislature Secretariat Vidhan Bhavan, Mumbai was the chief guest. The participants Students of F.Y., S.Y. and T.Y.B.A. were divided among treasury and opposition benches.

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Visit to Vidhan Sabha and Vidhan Mandal on 31st July 2017 And BMC headquarter on 11th August 2017.

The students of TYBA had a wonderful opportunity of visiting and witnessing the live sessions of Maharashtra Legislative Assembly (Vidhan Sabha) and Maharashtra Legislative Council (Vidhan Mandal) on 31st July 2017. A batch of 35 students visited the political epicentre of Maharashtra. The Association is grateful to Hon. Treasurer Shri. R. G. Jagdale for supporting, arranging and guiding us to organize such a great opportunity for our students.

The Association had organized a one day visit to the BMC headquarter on 11th August 2017. The building was celebrating its 125th year. A total of 35 students of SYBA and TYBA had participated in the visit. Students were lucky to see the central dome from within. They also could see the entire 360-degree view of the Mumbai skyline from the top.

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‘Democracy and Secularism’ Guest Lecture- 23rd August 2017

The NSS Unit and HPSA of our college had organized a guest lecture with Anubhav Mumbai in order to develop a sense of civil awareness and inculcation of political values among students. The lecture was held on 23rd August 2017. Ms. Swati Rane described in great detail about true awareness of political concepts and going beyond mere theoretical and conceptual understandings. The workshop’s importance lies in the fact that these students are on the verge of entering into its active role as citizens of our nation. The workshop will certainly help in making them better citizens in the near future.

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HPSA BMC VISIT 11th August 2017

The History and Political Association had organized a visit to the BMC Headquarter on 11th August 2017. The building has entered its 125th year. A total of 35 students of SYBA and TYBA had participated in the visit. Students were lucky to see the central dome from within. They also could see the entire 360-Degree view of the Mumbai skyline from the top. They could also see original letters displayed by the MCGM. The highlight of the visit was the restored Corporation Hall with intricate carvings. The students enjoyed the visit thoroughly and were satisfied with the opportunity to visit this historical monument.

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Vidhan Bhawan Visit 31st July 2017

The students of TYBA had a wonderful opportunity of visiting and witnessing the live sessions of Maharashtra Legislative Assembly (Vidhan Sabha) and Maharashtra Legislative Council (Vidhan Mandal) on 31st July 2017. A batch of 35 students visited the political epicenter of Mahrashtra State under the aegis of HPSA. They witnessed live proceedings in both the houses and here the political discussions and debates. Questions were raised by the Opposition benches which were effectively answered by Chief Minister Shri Devendra Fadnavis. It was a memorable moment to see political stalwarts performing their duties. It was a once in a lifetime opportunity and the students thoroughly enjoyed it.

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Discussion on ‘Farmer’s Agitation: A Burning Issue’ 3rd July 2017

The HPSA and NSS Unit of our college had jointly organized an open forum discussion between students and teachers of SYBA and TYBA on the topic ‘Farmer’s Agitation: A Burning Issue’. The session was based on the recent events of agitations of farmers of Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh and Tamil Nadu. Students from both class enthusiastically participated in the event expressing their views. The forum provided an excellent opportunity for students to intellectually interact and they utilized it in the fullest possible extent. Principal Dr. Swati Pitale presented the concluding remarks. She gave her valuable insights on the root cause of the problem and what could be done to resolve the issue. The event helped in expanding awareness and sensitizing the students about the concerns and hardships of the vast farming community of India, thus fulfilling the purpose of enlightening our students and making them a better citizen.

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The activities of the History and Political Science Association were carried out in full swing with tremendous enthusiasm and active participation of the students. The Association conducted ‘News Channel Competition’ for F.Y.B.A. students on 17th September, 2014. Students were divided in different News teams. Each team covered events of national and international importance. They also delivered news bytes on economy, sports, weather, space, breaking news and invited celebrities in their studios.

  • A study tour of T.Y.B.A. was arranged to Baroda and Ahemdabad from 14th January, to 18th January, 2015. There were 21 students and two faculties. The tour covered the prime cities of Baroda and Ahemdabad known for their historical, cultural, political and economic significance. The students boarded the Vadodara Express on 14th January, 2015 at 11.30 p.m. and reached Vadodara on 15th January, 2015, at 6.30 a.m. On the first day we visited the EMU temple which has an idol of Lord Shiva in Nataraja style imparting cosmic knowledge to the sages. We also visited Pavagarh which is recognized as the only world heritage site in Gujarat. The temple is situated 2600 meters above sea level. The students took a cable car to reach the foot hills. The cable car was an exhilarating experience and offered an aerial view of the entire panorama. The mythological belief narrates the significance of Pavagarh as the sacred place which has the fingers of Mahashakti’s right leg. It is the holy site where sage Vishwamitra did severe penance to please Mahashakti. It is also the origin of river Vishwamitra. In the evening students visited the Sayaji Garden. The night sky dazzled with illuminating kites soaring in the sky offering the glimpse of the famous Kite Festival of Gujarat. The next day on 16th January students visited Ahemedbad’s renowned Akshardham temple built by the Swaminarayan sect. Its magnificence mesmerized the beholder. After that the students proceeded to ‘Adalaj Ki Vav’, a sixteenth century well, intricately carved in stone and its optional landing supported by eight pillars. The Sabarmati Ashram desorbed eloquently the Gandhian philosophy of Sarvodaya, important milestones of freedom movement and the Mahatma’s life. The Law Garden Market turned out to be shopper’s hunting ground amidst frantic bargaining. On 17th January we visited the historic marvel the Laxmi Vilas Palace of the Gaikwads of Baroda. We were stunned by the amazing display of sculptures, paintings, weaponry, Elephant Hall, Gadi Hall, Darbar Hall. Every corner of the place unraveled historical memories of the Maharajas of Baroda. The next stop was at the city Museum of Baroda. The students were fascinated by the rich variety of ivory sculptures, paintings, weapons and other antiquities of the museum. A special section on natural history was fascinating. The museum also has a huge bone structure of a Blue Whale.
  • Our students got an exposure to the grandeur of Gujarat, its culture and rich heritage as well as lip smacking cuisine. The tour was a huge success with the students’ exuberance not dropping down even for a minute. On Saturday, 14th February, 2015, a talk show was organized for the F.Y.B.A. students titled “Dil ki Baat” based on recent Delhi Assembly results. The students of F.Y.B.A. and T.Y.B.A. presented their analysis regarding the performance of different political parties. Mr. Vivek Swami of T.Y.B.A. and Mr. Harshal Furia of F.Y.B.A. were adjudged as the best speakers.
  • On 24th February, 2015, students of S.Y.B.A. were shown a power point presentation on Naxalism Movement in India which explained the origin, causes, effects and the measures taken by the government on this serious internal threat.