SPECIAL CELL Coordinators: Ms. Simran Kalyani (Degree) & Ms. Shilpa Deshpande (Junior)
The Special Cell of H.R. College was formed in the college years ago, aiming to provide support for special children and children with learning difficulties.
The Degree College Special Cell conducts various lectures and tests for ATKT students in coordination with teachers, in order to clear their doubts, providing guidelines and helping them in subjects which students tend to have the most problems in as it helps them to overcome challenges.
Under the guidance of the teacher-in-charge, special lectures were conducted on October 3 and 5, 2017 for FYB.Com. and SYB.Com. students respectively in Economics, FC and Law. Around 40 students attended the lectures and it helped them to clear their doubts and fair better in their examinations.
A Junior College special cell has been set up in the college for students with dyslexia and other special educational needs in order to provide structured assistance in achieving academic as well as personal success. The cell comprises of teachers, experts and parents.
SYJC – TOTAL STUDENTS – 53
FYJC Annual examination results of these students were discussed on April 27, 2017. Vice – Principal Mrs. Dipika Bhatia spoke about how students could improve on their academic performance. Individual counselling was available to Students as well as their parents after the meeting. The second SYJC meeting was held in December 2017. The terminal examination result was analysed by Special Cell Teacher In-Charge Mrs. Shilpa Deshpande.
At the third meeting conducted in January 2018, Students were given information about the extended exam facilities prescribed by the Maharashtra Board. The college assisted students by providing them with writers and nearby centres for their HSC examination.
The special guidance lectures in the subject of Co-operation were conducted from December 11 to 15, 2017. 16 students attended the lectures.
FYJC TOTAL STUDENTS – 38
The first FYJC parent meeting was held in August 2017. Students and their parents were informed about the various practices adopted by the college to help LD students overcome their difficulties, explore their talents and realize their full potential during their vital formative years. The second meeting was conducted in month of December, 2017 concurrently with open house to discuss their terminal examination result and others issues of general interest and relevance.