Objective of this project
- To make learners aware of their society
- To develop interpersonal skills, group working skills
- To Travelling and exploring are the best learning sources ever. The more you travel, the more you learn
- To develop a better grip on the local and the global issues.
- To develop Deepen Social and Historical Knowledge
- To Develop Critical Thinking Skills
- To Promote Interest in Art and Culture
- To Highlight Career Opportunities
- To train art students in observation skills through drawings.
- To create an appreciation of nature in art students.
- To be exposed to the cultures and way of life of different groups of people and to be humble and respectful their interaction.
- PO-1 Competence Development : To empower the student-teachers with the professional competencies required to cope with the changing global scenario.
- PO-5 Sensitization To create awareness in them about the use of education for value transmission and sensitize students towards societal issues and concerns.
- PO-6 Commitment : To develop commitment towards environmental responsibilities and leadership in Environmental competencies to plan, organize & conduct various curricular and co-curricular activities.
- PO-7 Lifelong Learning : To create an urge for continued learning and updating the knowledge, thereby planning new strategies to make learning more interesting and worthy.
ASIATIC SOCIETY : newspapers, manuscripts, maps, journals, government publications and reports. Though the majority of books are in English, there are books in Sanskrit and other ancient and modern Indian languages and in European languages like Greek, Latin, Italian, German and French. Books are in the traditional areas of Indology and Oriental scholarship, but also include Biography, Genealogy, Politics, Economics, Science, Management, Travel.
David Sassoon Library : The David Sassoon Library and Reading Room is a famous library and heritage structure in Mumbai, India. The idea for a library to be situated in the center of the city came from Albert Sassoon, son of the famous Baghdadi Jewish philanthropist, David Sassoon
Knesset Eliyahoo : The Knesset Eliyahoo, also Knesset Eliyahu, is an Orthodox Jewish synagogue located in downtown Mumbai, India. It is the city’s second oldest Sephardic synagogue. It was established in 1884 by Jacob Elias Sassoon, son of Eliyahoo David Sassoon and grandson of David Sassoon; the latter had immigrated from Baghdad to India in 1832 due to persecution and had settled in Mumbai, then known as Bombay. It is maintained by the Jacob Sassoon Trust. The building’s significance is attributed to its Jewish traditions as well as Indian and English colonial influences.
Bandra fort : The Portuguese, who had established a base in the area in 1534 after defeating Bahadur Shah of Gujarat, built several sea forts along the western Indian coastline. Castella de Aguada was one such strategically located fort, overlooking the Mahim Bay to the south, the Arabian Sea to the west, the islands of Worli to the south and the town of Mahim to the south west.
Khotachiwadi is a heritage village in Girgaon, Mumbai, India. Houses generally conform to the old-Portuguese style architecture.
It was founded in the late 18th century by Khot, a Pathare prabhu, who sold plots of land to local East Indian families. There used to be 65 of these houses, now reduced to 28 as old buildings are being pulled down to make way for new skyscrapers.
Urja counselling and remedial centre caters to the educational needs of children with special needs.
St. Thomas Cathedral, Mumbai, is the 300-year old cathedral church of the Diocese of Mumbai of the Church of North India. It is named in honour of Saint Thomas the Apostle, who is believed to have first brought Christianity to India. The cathedral is located in Horniman Circle, the historic centre of Mumbai. It is in close proximity to famous Mumbai landmarks such as Flora Fountain and Bombay House. It is the oldest church in Mumbai. The Cathedral and John Connon School is run by the cathedral.
Mani bhawan : mani bhawan is dedicated to the father of india mahatma Gandhi Mani Bhavan has a story to tell: it housed Gandhiji frequently during the times when he grew in stature and strength, from an agitator to a world figure by successfully introducing Satyagraha (individual as well as mass) as a new and effective weapon to fight all evil and injustice. Mani Bhavan was the epicenter of India’s struggle for freedom, especially between 1917 to 1934.
Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya, formerly known as the Prince of Wales Museum of Western India, is one of the premier art and history museums in India. It is a not-for-profit organisation established by Act III of 1909 of the Bombay Legislation by the then Bombay Presidency, called the Prince of Wales Museum Act (now known as the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya Act).The museum is an autonomous institution un-aided by the government, but supported by public–private partnerships. Situated on the southern tip of Mumbai on the ‘Crescent Site’, the Museum building is a fine example of the Indo-Saracenic style of architecture.
UNIVERSITY OF MUMBAI (FORT) : It was established in 1857 consequent upon “Wood’s Education Dispatch”, and it is one amongst the first three Universities in India. As a sequel to the change in the name of the city from Bombay to Mumbai, the name of the University has been changed from “University of Bombay” to “University of Mumbai”, vide notification issued by the Government of Maharashtra and published in the Government Gazette dated 4th September, 1996.
Films Division was established in 1948 to articulate the energy of a newly independent nation. For more than seven decades, the organization has relentlessly striven to maintain a record of the social, political and cultural imaginations and realities of the country on film. It has actively worked in encouraging and promoting a culture of film-making in India that respects individual vision and social commitment.