Shri Shivaji Shikshan Prasarak Mandal Barshi's

     B.P.Sulakhe Commerce College , Barshi

     Dist:Solapur(MS)-413411, Ph. : (02184)222531 Email : prinbpscc@rediffmail.com

 

     [ NAAC Re-accredited with 'B' Grade ] 

 

                      

Students Welfare Scheme

Various Scholarships, Awards, Free ships and other facilities are given for welfare of the students.

The Student Mutual Aid Fund

The students mutual aid fund is raised for the student of economically weaker section of the society.

Scholarship

Various types of Government, University etc.scholarships are made available to students. Notices regarding the procedures and types of scholarships, payment of scholarships etc. will be placed on notice board from time to time.

  • Brilliant students are selected for National scholarships on the basis of their academic merit at the previous Examination ( XI, XII, B.A./ B.Sc. Level)
  • The ward of freedom figher is awarded scholarship of Rs. 50/- per month and Rs. 100/- as the book grant for the year.
  • The ward of primary / secondary school teacher is awarded a scholarship on the basis of merit.
  • The students belonging to the backward class communities are awarded the Government of India Scholarship.
  • Concessions and special facilities are available to the handicapped students and the wards of defence service personnel.
  • National merit scholarship awarded by Government.

1. The students must be regular in his/her academic work.

2. His / Her behaviour and progress in the study must be satisfactory.

3. E.B.C. freeship is discontinued if the student is readmitted after failure.

Location

Address: Barshi - Pune Hwy, Chatrapati
Colony, Barshi,
Maharashtra 413401

Phone: 02184 226 262

Email: prinbpscc@rediffmail.com

PRINCIPAL DESK

B.P. Sulakhe Commerce College is one of the branches of Shri Shivaji Shikshan Prasark Mandal Barshi, founded by Late Karmveer Dr. Mamasaheb Jagdale and had developed it since 1934. Mamasaheb devoted his entire life selflessly for the development of this Mandal which consequently reflects its light on the drought-prone area of Solapur and Osmanabad districts in the Western Maharashtra.