CCYM’S HASHU ADVANI COLLEGE OF SPECIAL EDUCATION proudly announces the Lila Lall scholarship for talented girl candidate of B Ed (Special Education - Learning Disability)
THE LILA LALL INITIATVE: VITAL DETAILS
1. Title: Lila Lall Scholar
2. Amount: one year fees with educational maintenance amount per month for 10 months
3. Begin month: July 2017
1. Internal committee of 2 members be appointed by the principal
2. Candidate be selected by this committee. No representative of the donor will be involved in the process of the selection.
3. Scholarship is applicable only to ladies.
4. B Ed LD students from first or second year are eligible for the Scholarship.
5. Parameters: Merit and financial background of the candidate.
6. Students need not apply to avail this. Candidature of all students will be considered at the time of selection
7. No parameter related to religion, caste, language, community be applicable.
8. Committee will take the undertaking from the student about completing the program successfully. In case of unavoidable situation of quitting the program incomplete by the student, he/she will pay back the amount of the scholarship.
TIME TO WIND UP? TIME TO BEGIN?
Academic programs in higher education are like roller coaster rounds for both - students and teachers. Work related to entrance test and admissions start before examinations and results are done with. May 2017 has been a very important month since examinations of our first batch of two year B Ed program got over. We are pleased to pump-in yet more special teachers in the field equipped with professional knowledge, skills and attitude. And what follows after final examination is the farewell party. Our first year students had planned it for the second year student on 26th May 2017 and they really made it a special day for everyone. Unlike the usual practice, the faculty gave fishponds to students in the form of certificates. First years presented the second years with saplings - a gift with message! Weldon!!
Post Camp was held on 26th and 27th May for the second year students and they were given input on building CVs, appearing for interviews and negotiating salaries. Also feedback was obtained from them on the curriculum, its implementation and the faculty of the college. They were informed about alumni association and encouraged to become members of AAHA. There were games, dances and photos and food. All the best to our students - who will be called alumni in a month!
’Karma yogi’ becomes ’Divyang yogi’
It is a matter of pride and privilege to Chembur Colony Yuvak Mandal to share our biggest moment of fulfillment with friends and well wishers. Department of Social Welfare, Govt of Maharashtra felicitated Shri Amar Asrani, Director, CCYM for his unconditional and path making efforts in disability management. As is known to all and as the ’manpatra’ presented to him on 4th February rightly claims - he is the single most person who is instrumental to establish flagship programs at CCYM which include Rochiram T Thadhani High school for the Hearing Impaired, Hashu Advani College of Special education, and Anil Asrani Vocational College. Thanks to his leadership, all these and many more activities of CCYM are known to be unique and community oriented.
On 4th February 2017 he was felicitated by Hon V C of Mumbai University - Dr Sanjay Deshmukh in presence of shri Yshavantrao More and Sri Papan Saheja. The letter of honor presented to him is signed by Secretary (Social Welfare dept, GOM). Staff, beneficiaries and students of CCYM always looked at him as a role model and fondly called him Karmayogi. Thanks very much to Govt of Maharashtra to recognize and put on records his service to be ’Divyang yogi’. Our Asrani sir - as expected thanked this gesture but called this to be a bigger responsibility rather than an achievement. That’s what marks an individual to be ’class apart’. CONGRATS to dear sir and to our CCYM family, most importantly the blessings of Shri Hashuji who led us here!
|University exam||FY students||MU||23/1/17 onwards|
|CRE on literacy development||Special teachers||RCI||24, 25/1/17|
|Republic Day||Staff and students||NA||26/1/17|
|Behaviour/ personality assessment||Staff||VES||18/2/17|
|Hashuji’s Jayanti/ Annual day||Staff students, well wishers||NA||26/2/17|
|Valedectory program of Adhikar parent empowerment course||Parents of RTT pre school||RTT||31/1/17|
|Face to face with visual impairment - workshop||Staff and students||XRCVC Xaviers Institute||1/3/17|
CCYM’S HACSE IN CATEGORY 12 (B) of UGC:
University Grant Commission provides non salary grants to colleges as per the norms prescribed in the UGC act. The college has to be in the list of 12 B category to avail this grant. HACSE initiated the process for coming in that category last year. After a stringent and long term process and with consistent follow up, the college has been added in the 12 B list for the XII plan grant.
As per the norms a planning board has been established and proposal of availing funds has been submitted to Pune zonal UGC office.
NATIONAL ASSESSMENT AND ACRIDITATION COUNCIL’ (NAAC) GRADING OF HACSE: REPORT
India is getting more quality sensitive in the field of education. Higher education is no exception. NAAC is a wing of UGC established for the purpose of quality improvement of colleges / universities / higher education centres through a very demanding and structured process of grading organizations into A, B, C, and D type on the basis of various parameters set for the quality measurement.
CCYM’S HACSE is the first independent college entering this process which went on for more than a year. The last phase of the same is the visit of external high level committee visiting the college. Dr Savithri (Director AIISH, Mysore), Dr J Dhillon (Principal Khalsa College of Education, Amritsar) and Dr Ravikumar A (Director, ENT hospital, Chennai) visited CCYM on 14th and 15th March 2016. They very stringently reviewed the working of the college and CCYM in general. They were impressed with a few functioning areas like College - school professional collaborations which are benefitting both mutually, healthy and warm environment and administrative and financial documentations.
The college was blessed with the visit of Hon VC of Mumbai University - Dr Sanjay Deshmukh. He appreciated the activities of the CCYM and interacted with the team.
The college has score 2.26 with grade B. Dr Gayatri Sirur coordinated this huge activity excellently supported by all members of HACSE and their families. College puts on record the appreciation for Dr Gayatri Sirur for taking the college through this process. CCYM management supported the activity wholeheartedly and spared a lot of time for preparation. The report can not be complete without the acknowledgement of Poonamtai and RTT family for the unconditional support. Last but not the least, current students and alumni worked day in and out for this process and things would have been totally different without their support.
Overall, NAAC was a very fulfilling experience and we all learnt a lot out of this. We also renewed our bond with CCYM as a family. The outcome in terms of B grade can be considered a huge milestone achievement.
LAUNCHING B ED (SPECIAL EDUCATION - LEARNING DISABILITY) FROM 2016-17
Among the various disabilities, learning disability has the highest incidence. It is estimated to be as high as 7 to 10 children out of every 100 school going children. This is an estimate of developing countries - nobody is sure of Indian numbers. Where do we stand in terms of EDUCATION FOR ALL when almost 10% of the population do not adequately reflect school education policies and their effective implementation? CCYM’S HACSE attempts at being the change that it wishes to bring about. After the tireless efforts to start B Ed (special Education - Learning Disability) for the last 3 years, the pieces fell into place this academic year. YES, long awaited B Ed (special Education - Learning Disability) is starting this year at HACSE affiliated to Mumbai university and recognized by the Rehabilitation Council of India. It has 25 seats and these will be filled by Maharshtra CET. Fees for this un aided program is 50,000 per year or as per the approval of the shikshan shulka Samitee.
NAAC Peer Team
NAAC Peer Team visit to CCYM’s HACSE for Accreditation of 1st Cycle has been scheduled from 14th - 15th March 2016. The peer team members will be visiting all the facilities of CCYM.
Free Workshop at CCYM HACSE
A free workshop is organized at CCYM’s HACSE on 9th March 2016 (Wednesday, from 11.00 am to 1.00 pm) to create awareness and reduce the participants’ risk of cancer through early detection and intervention. All alumni are welcome to join.
CCYM’S HACSE conducts minimum 2 CREs every year. This year’s second CRE was successfully coordinated by Ms. Kasturi Kulkarni, lecturer, HACSE. This was an RCI credited 3 DAYS programme, held in Kolhapur, in collaboration with Rotary Karnabadhir Shishuvidyalaya. The theme of the programme was ’Facilitating early intervention in natural environment’. As per the feedback received, the participants gained knowledge and skills in early management of children with hearing impairment particularly in pre-schools. 30 participants were from 10 cities of Kolhapur, representing various special schools.
Everyone in CCYM looks forward to 22nd Feb since it is our Hshuji’s Jayanti. This is the day of celebration and talent for RTT high school as well as Hashu Advani college of Special Education. Students supported by their teachers showcased a range of co curricular talents. Staff and students were felicitated for their achievements including Dr Gayatri Sirur for her Ph D.. Shruti Sandhan presented a breath taking orchestra which gradually became a participatory dance program.
Shri Brijmandal Mahila Samiti Function
Shri Brijmandal Mahila Samiti Organised their family function where they invited us to perform Pyramid Dance and Silent Anthem.
Smt. Poonam Mahajan and Smt. Jayawantiben Mehta attended the programme. They appreciated the performances of our students.
This Mandal gave away lots of gifts to students and teachers and donated a Printer to our school.
Silent Anthem at DCB Bank Annual Function, NCPA Theatre
There was a thunderous roar by the audiences. This was the situation when we performed the Silent Anthem at the DCB Bank annual function at NCPA Theatre.
As a token of their appreciation they presented to us a cheque of Rs.55,000/- as donation to our school. Mr, J, K, Vishwanath (chief Credit Officer and Mr. R. Venkatesh (Head - Ops IT & HR) handed over this amount to us. My special thanks to Ms. Kamakshi and Aashu.
ADHIKAR - 3 Months Training Program
CCYM’S Hashu Advani College of Special Education has organized 3 months training program: ADHIKAR (from 1/12/2015 to 3/3/2016; every Tuesday & Thursday per week) for parents of young children. 28 parents have participated in this program. A total number of 28 sessions will be held for the parents. Parents completing the course will get a certificate at the end. This program is funded by Dr. Rekha Khatri.
AARAMBHA Program Postponed to February 2016
Please note that the AARAMBHA program scheduled to be held on 5th Dec has been postponed to Feb 2016. Sorry for the inconvenience. please inform the others with whom you must have discussed regarding this program. Thanks very much for the interest you showed in disability and inclusion issues. We really appreciate it and would like to explore more avenues of professional collaboration..
REPORT OF EVENT/COMPETITION/ACHIEVEMENT
NAME OF THE COMMITTEE: CELEBRETION AND COMPETITION COMMITTEE
EVENT: DIWALI CELEBRETION AND PRIZE DISTRIBUTION OF SPEECH COMPETITION
DATE: 7th November 2015
PLACE OF EVENT: Leela Boolani Hall
TIMINGS: 10 am to 12:30 am
NUMBER OF STUDENTS INVOLVED: All Students
CO-ORDINATOR OF THE ACTIVITY: CELEBRETION AND COMPETITION COMMITTEE
ACHIEVEMENT: All the children got the proper idea and importance of Diwali. They enjoyed the celebration a lot by participating in it.
CRE ON on Indian Sign Language as one of communication options
The college is organizing FIVE days CRE (24/11 to 28/11/15) on Indian Sign Language as one of communication options at HACSE, Chembur, Mumbai. Registration fees (DD/cheque Rs. 1700). Registration starts- 19th Oct. HURRY. Breakfast tea will be provided. No accommodation and no lunch. Call on 022-25531041 or 25530451. Prog. Coordinator Dr. Lakshmi Gopalakrishnan. Only 2 participants from each school. Participants are eligible for RCI credit points as per norms.
CCYM HASHU ADVANI COLLEGE OF SPECIAL EDUCATION (Aided college permanently affiliated to Mumbai University and graded 'very good' by the Rehabilitation Council of India) In collaboration with the Rotary Deonar
Our alumna Ms. Shaila Bansode got best teacher award.
CAAI (Centre for Audiological Assessment and Intervention)
Urgently requires Audiologist and Speech pathologist
Result of B. Ed. H.I.
Vacancy at sound for silence
ZEEBA, YOU MADE US PROUD
Duskin Leadership Training in Japan: A Program for persons with Disabilities in Asia and the Pacific.
Walk in interview for special teachers at ETC New Mumbai on 03/05/2015 at 11.00 am. Candidates come with original documents.
"Central Sector Scheme of Scholarship for College and University Students"
ART IN PARK
Vacancy at Muskan Foundation : Contact: Vanita Ganeshan - 9769761325 email id- email@example.com
The occasion of Independence Day
The members of the Managing Committee of CHEMBUR COLONY YUVAK MANDAL PARIVAR
Successive 10th year of 100% Result
Date of CET for B. Ed. Degree is announced.
OPENINGS AT SKILLS AND ABILITY SCHOOLS UNDER THE AEGIS OF THE INDIAN COUNCIL FOR MENTAL HEALTH (ICMH)
To offer prayer for the soul to rest in peace and to condole with her family and friends, a small 'condolence meeting' has been organized at the Hashu Advani College of Special Education on 22nd Nov. 2014 at 11:00 am.