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Students' Council
  • Introduction
  • Activities
  • Members
The Students’ Council of Mithibai College is the apex committee among all the committees/ associations of the college. It consists of student members from each class, right from FYJC to PG. The Convener of Students’ Council is Dr. Mahesh Bhagwat.

The Students’ Council performs following functions:
  • A platform for students raise issues and grievances
  • Organisation of College days and Annual Days 
  • Organisation of the Degree Distribution Ceremony
  • Organisation of Prize Distribution Ceremony
  • Works in coordination with all Committees and Departments. 
  • Organizes other events.
A unique initiative by Mithibai College

Nowadays, there is an increasing trend among the students of higher education to enrol in institutions that are away from their home. They do this in search of better facilities and quality of education. Due to its high rank at the regional and national level among higher education institutes, Mithibai College is a favourite college for students not only from Mumbai, but also from all over India. Hence, a large number (approximately 500) students take admission in Mithibai College for various Courses.

Problems faced by outstation students
The outstation students stay as paying guests or in hostels, away from their home. They get the opportunity to visit their hometown only during vacations. It is observed that the outstation students face several issues of adjustments and adaptation to their new environment. There are concerns about their security and safety, emotional ups and downs due to homesickness, etc. As there is no one close enough to share their problems, outstation students find it difficult to adjust at times. Issues of adjustment at times affect their academic performance, too.

Concept of Home Away from Home
Mithibai College not only recognised this problem, but decided to address it in a systematic manner. Under the guidance of Principal Dr Rajpal Shripat Hande, the Students' Committee of Mithibai College initiated a unique activity for the outstation students- HOME AWAY FROM HOME. A meeting of outstation students was organised on 21 September 2018. The name of this unique activity was suggested by Dr Rajpal Shripat Hande.

Features of Home Away from Home
The Home Away from Home programme will focus on three aspects: emotional issues, academic performance, and safety of outstation students. Student members of the Students’ Committee are involved in this programme. Teacher members of the Students’ Council will do overall monitoring.

Role of the Students’ Committee
Dr Rajpal Shripat Hande has entrusted the Students' Committee the task of being a bridge between the outstation students and the College. The Committee will make sure that it provides emotional support and a safe environment to study in. The outstation students will be provided important information about police stations, hospitals, railway network, etc. For this, groups of 5 outstation students each are made with one Students’ Committee member as a mentor. The mentor will remain in constant contact with the outstation students in the respective group. The mentor will respond to the queries and issues faced by the outstation students. Student Members of the Students' Committee have collected details of the outstation students which would be used for further communication.
DEGREE CERTIFICATE DISTRIBUTION CEREMONY:
The year concluded with the Degree Distribution Ceremony that was enhanced by the presence of our beloved Principal, Dr. Rajpal Shripat Hande, who addressed the audience with his wise words. The students left the college as graduates with memories engraved in their heart, this ceremony being one of them. There were tears of joy, farewell and closely knitted emotions that came back to life that day. This event was one of the most memorable and thoughtful as it left everyone with a message, that no matter how old one grows, home is home. Mithibai College served to be that home.
ANNUAL DAY FUNCTION
On 22nd of January, 2019, Mithibai College celebrated its 57th Annual Day Function. The ceremony highlighted the laurels and achievements that the Mithibai community brought home. The event commenced with the lighting of the lamp by the invited dignitaries then they were presented with saplings as a token of appreciation. This event owned the limelight as it was a showcase of talent, endurance, hardwork and determination. From a comical skit to a sensational fashion show to a graceful dance performance and a mellifluous musical act, this show was a combination of light, colours and laughter. This event also took to awarding and appreciating the students for their hardwork and determination. It set a remarkably high benchmark in the history of this college.
COLLEGE DAYS
Mithibai's very innovative College Days stole the show with the participation of its very own show-stoppers. Several days were clubbed together. It set off with Twinning and Chocolate Day, a day where true brotherhood, friendship, unity was shown with an informal sweet touch. Traditional day emphasized the rich culture and heritage of our own nation which was supported by the distribution of roses among its citizens along with an awesome time with a DJ! These important values were lightened by a Teacher-Student Swap Day where the students took the efforts to be a teacher who addressed a class that was full of notorious students. It highlighted the challenging task of being a teacher. These were followed by a Fun Fair Day that was made purely for the students. With a huge range of games and varieties of food, this event took to lighten and brighten everyone's day.
Lastly, the Thanksgiving Day was organised where Students took this day to thank the Teaching and Non-Teaching Staff followed by a performance for the day. This day was to appreciate each and every soul that played a major part in bringing Mithibai College where it stands today!
RAAS GARBA
Mithibai College Students' Council and Mithibai Alumni Association jointly organised their first ever Raas Garba on October 27, 2018. Together, more than 1200 Alumni and students participated.
The occassion of Raas Garba was enhanced by the authentic Shehnai and Dhol by Iqbal Saraiya and group which was a perfect setting for the audience.


Principal, Dr. Rajpal Shripat Hande, and prominent alumnus Mr. Ketan Shah, gave a speech that left the audience roaring. Mementos were presented to the Dignitaries by the Principal. Prizes for 'The Best dressed' and 'The Best Dancer' were given to the winners. Raas Garba was graced by MLA Mr Amit Satam. Other dignatories who visited the event were, Mr Sunandan Divatia, Secretary, SVKM, Mr. Kirit Mehta, Mr. Rajubhai Shah, and Mr. Deven Choksi.

It was not only a memorable event but left a remarkable impact as a trendsetter. The event was, indeed, one of Mithibai's finest.

Students’ Council 2021-22 

  1. Dr. Papiya Deb (Convenor)  
  2. Mr. Gorakhnath Uttekar (Co-convenor)  
  3. Mr. Pravin Jadhav   
  4. Dr. Hitesh Shingadia   
  5. Dr. Satish Ingale  
  6. Dr. Vishakha Shingala   
  7. Dr. Selina Shah  
  8. Dr. Nidhi Thakur  
  9. Ms. Khushali Adhiya-Shah  
  10. Mr. Jaison Thomas  
  11. Ms. Rency E. Sunil  
  12. Dr. Prajakta Sarang  D
  13. Mr. Mohammed Azam Shaikh  
  14. Mr. Nilesh N. Korgavkar  

Following students are nominated to the Students’ Committee for the Academic Year 2021-2022

President: Yogeshwar Singh

General Secretary: Hasti Sanghrajka

Joint Secretary: Khushi Jain

 

COURSE COMBINATION

CLASS

STUDENT REPRESENTATIVE

DIV & ROLL NO.

SAP ID

1.

B.A. & B.M.M.

FY

Vidhi Vinay Parikh

A086

40310210027

2.

SY

Shuchi Dani

A043

40310200074

3.

TY

Grisha Dutta

A010

40310190350

4.

B.Com.

FY

Krish Shashikant Salot

D049

40311210152

5.

 

Heet Yogen Lavari

C112

40311210646

6.

SY

Nimisha Bohra

A067

40311200505

7.

 

Sanya Vij

E076

40311200011

8.

TY

Vaishali Sarda

B052

40311190572

9.

 

Falaq Juwale

C091

40311190298

10.

B.M.S., B.F.M., B.B.I., B.A.F.

FY

Aaria Gilani

A013

40307210051

11.

SY

Prashansa Agrawal

A002

40307200049

12.

 

Nirali Mehta

A034

40309200014

13.

 

Aman Agrawal

A002

40401200024

14.

 

Sudhanshu Agarwal

A001

40308200062

15.

TY

Hasti Sanghrajka

A043

40309190047

16.

 

Yash Tiwari

A053

40307190046

17.

 

Mitali Parihar

A032

40308190056

18.

 

Srushti Shah

B056

40401190075

19.

B.Sc.

FY

Avik Choudhury

C075

40321210010

20.

SY

Swarali Navale

B050

40313200006

21.

TY

Yogeshwar Singh

B026

40312190339

 

22.

 

PG

 

 

PG

M.A. PART 1

 

Anushka Lakhotia

 

A036

 

40521210041

 

23.

M.A. PART 2

 

Riya Singh

 

A009

 

40520200014

24.

M.Com. PART1

Rupal Shah

A029

40524210036

25.

M.Com. PART2

Jinal Mehta

B005

40524200009

26.

M.Sc. PART 1

Sanchi Shanbag

G002

40501210003

27.

M.Sc. PART 2

Vrutti Hitendra Mistry

D006

40508200006

28.

Ph.D.

 

Shivnetra Rampalli

 

40601190002

29.

SY JC

Commerce

Aaron Saldanha

G010

40104200887

30.

Science

Khushi Jain

C099

40101200434

31.

Arts

Rida Sonawane

A099

40102200211

32.

FY JC

Commerce

Shayan Daruwalla

A125

40104211101

33.

Science

Palak Oza

C058

40102210007

34.

Arts

Bharavi Ambedkar

C001

40101210330

35.

NCC

TY B.Sc.

Sanjeet Sawardekar

B023

40312190254

36.

NSS

SY B.Com.

Shyama Kotecha

D031

40311200050

37.

DLLE

TY B.M.M.

Twisha Baunthiyal

A006

40316180026

37.

CULTURAL

TY B.Com.

Parth K Shah

D074

40311190640

39.

SPORTS

FY B.A.

Mansi Gajendra Kulkarni

C035

40310210283

40.

PRINCIPAL’S NOMINEE

SY B.Sc.

Khyati Ramkrishnani

D068

40315200004

41.

TY B.Sc.

Raj Kothari

D063

40313190029