The Department of Life Long Learning & Extension has started in 2014-2015.


DLLE Conveyor: - Prof. Bipin Sharma
Committee member: - Prof. Mehak Shaikh
Around 150 students have enrolled themselves for the DLLE Programme. Active participation of the students has been surprising. Students displayed a perfect example of enthusiasm and self-motivation. Students from the F.Y.B.Com. and S.Y.B.Com. have selected SWS (Status of Women in the Society) as their topic & T.Y.B.Com. have opted for CP (Career Project) as their topic for the Programme.
3 SMs (Student Managers) have been appointed: Ms. Shafaq Hashmi (S.Y.B.Com), Mst. Amir Hamza Chauhan (S.Y.B.Com) & Mst. Irshad Quraishi (T.Y.B.Com.). Students are handling their responsibilities quite well. 
A guidance lecture was conducted by Dr. (Mrs.) Clementine Rebello.  Her presence & guidance was quite encouraging and enlightening. She specified the duties and importance of DLLE and the topics selected by the students. She even emphasized on the Do’s & Don’ts that should be borne in mind while working on the programme.
The S.Y. students have undertaken a survey on “Status on Women in our Society.” Each student was assigned 50 Questionnaires to conduct the Survey.  The report regarding the survey is under process.
The T.Y. students have researched upon various vocational career options available to them. Students have submitted a poster depicting their choice of career and a brochure to support the same.    
Around 20 students had participated in the Udaan conducted by the University at St. G.G. College, Vasai. They had participated in the poster-making competition and Street-play Act. They participated with great fervor. 

The final project reports of the students regarding their work done under this programme, is under process.  




A guidance lecture was conducted by Dr. (Mrs) Clementine Rebello.  Her presence & guidance was quite encouraging and enlightening. She specified the duties and importance of DLLE and the topics selected by the students. She even emphasized on the Do’s & Don’ts that should be borne in mind while working on the programme.