Best Practices 2022-23

Maratha Vidya Prasarak Samaj

K.P.G. Arts, Commerce and Science College Igatpuri

Affiliated to Savitribai Phule Pune University, Pune

NAAC reaccredited ‘B’ Grade (CGPA: 2.52)     ID NO. PU/NS/ASC/023/1982


7.2.1 Best Practices successfully implemented by the Institution during the Academic Year 2022-23


Best Practice I

  1. Title:

Industries-Academia Interface (IAI)

  1. Objectives:
  • Acts as a bridge to share expertise, experience, and infrastructure between Industry and institute.
  • IAI aims to make our institute an Excellence for Research, Training, Consultancy, and Placements of tribal students.
  • Students & faculties get a chance to further hone their skills & knowledge in the Industry environment by taking up internship opportunities & related projects.
  1. The Context:

Identify industry partners and proactively engage (tie up) them to explore opportunities in the area of technical research through internships, joint projects, seminars, workshops, Industrial visits, student exchange programs, and placements. Conduction of the Student Development Program (SDP) & Faculty Development Program (FDP) by inviting Industry Experts to give training on Technical and soft skills.

  1. The Practice:

Due to the better collaboration between the institution and nearby various industries, about 106 candidates are placed in banks and various industries nearby with getting a good package per annum.

  1. Evidence of Success:

Selected list and photographs of offer letter by ICICI bank, and Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd.

  1. Problems Encountered and Resources Required:

Academia-industry collaboration has always been a topic of discussion on both sides and still, no model exists that is widely used for the same.








Best Practice II

  1. Title:

The distribution of grains (Wheat & Rice) to the villagers and people of the tribal community.

  1. Objective:
  • To develop a “Can Do” tendency among the villages and the people of the tribal community.
  • To bridge the gap between the mainstream and the deprived.
  • To create fraternity between the college stakeholders and the villagers.
  • To reduce the inferiority complex of the community.
  • To install a sense of charity among the students and the teachers.
  1. The context:

A man is a social creature. A significant percentage of the population lacks access to necessities. Because of their great empathy, the students and staff gave the villagers grains on the occasion of the Diwali celebration.

  1. The Practice:

First, a venue was chosen for the event. Therefore, a tribal village in the nearby college of Igatpuri tehsil was chosen for the activity. Students and staff were notified to pick up the Grains when the day was finalized. On the 10th October 2022, the entire crew of NSS, Principal, Dr. P. R. Bhabad, Adv. Sandeep Gulve (Director, MVP Samaj Igatpuri) and the chef-guest, Adv. Nitin Thakare (Sarchitinis, MVP Samaj Nashik) distributed the grains by their auspicious hands to the villagers.

  1. Evidence of Success:

The Photographs of the collection of food grains. The people of the village massively responded to the activity. They were extremely happy to receive the Gains.

  1. Problems Encountered and Resources Required:
  • Unavailability of proper roads to reach the destination.
  • The hesitation of the people to respond.
  • Social, Cultural, Linguistic, and Psychological barriers.
  • A considerable number of people were left for their regular activities.

Photographs of Collection of food grains