About Department

Department of Economics has been an integral part of Shikshan Maharishi Dadasaheb Limaye Arts, Commerce and Science College Kalamboli since its inception (1998). This department offers degree courses as per prescribed syllabus of University of Mumbai. The focus of this department is to make the subject of economics student friendly. The department has always focused on introducing the students to the latest developments, new perspectives in the field of economics to apply the theoretical tools of economics in real life situations.
In the future, the college plans to start post-graduate studies in economics. This department will guide to students for competitive exams like MPSC, UPSC- IAS, IES, SET/ NET, Grade B of RBI.

Vision & Mission

  • To teach students the basic concepts and principles of economics and to create a strong foundation for pursuing higher education.
  • To provide highly qualified, well-rounded and motivated students with sound knowledge of the subject and apply it in the real world to serve the society.
  • To motivate students for self-improvement through continuous expansion of better knowledge and personality development.
  • To enhance the analytical and logical abilities of the students to enable them to pursue a technical career in the field of economics.

  • To prepare students to acquire applied knowledge of economics and enhance their employability skills.
  • To make conscious efforts to increase students’ interest in higher education.
  • To guide the students regarding career and entrepreneurship.
  • To encourage students to go beyond the boundaries of the prescribed curriculum to assess economic issues using skills and tools both inside and outside the classroom.


  • To Completing the Syllabus prescribed by the University in time keeping in mind the ability of the students.
  • To provide students with theoretical, practical and update knowledge in discipline of economics
  • To guide the students regarding career and entrepreneurship.
  • To develop soft skills among students through various programs essential for career success.
  • To increase interest in the field of research among students.
  • To help students analyze the current phase of Indian economy from local to global perspective.
  • To acquaint the students with the emerging issues of business at the international level in the light of liberalization, globalization and privatization policies through the Syllabus.



  • The Department of Economics has qualified and experienced teachers.
  • There is a progressive tradition of third year result.
  • The Department has undertaken various activities to create awareness among the students about socio-economic phenomena.
  • Organization of various programs for overall personality development of students.
  • Maximum number of students from rural areas and low income groups.
  • Certificate Courses have been organized to give scope to the talents of the students.
  • To familiarize the students with the economics study method along with local issues.
  • Organizing industrial visits regularly.


  • Separate departmental infrastructure is not available for Economics Department.
  • There is no separate library of economics.
  • There is no post graduate department for economics subject for students.
  • The number of students has decreased due to the opening of new colleges in the vicinity of the college and the introduction of the same courses in the college.


  • Providing quality education to economically weaker section students.
  • Involvement of industrialists, government officials and social workers as resource persons in the teaching of certain subjects in the syllabus prescribed by the University.
  • To create awareness among students and society about various economic and social issues.
  • To participate in various welfare activities.
  • Enhancing consultation, collaboration, MoUs and linkages.
  • Establishment of PG and Research Center of Economics.


  • The challenge of starting an interdisciplinary course.
  • Challenge of starting career oriented courses.
  • The challenge of creating awareness among students about research in economics.
  • The challenge of retaining students in economics in an increasingly competitive environment.

Programme Specific Outcomes

Programme & Courses Offered- Bachelor of Arts in Economics (B.A in Economics)

Course Structure

Sr. No. Course Name Course Details Year Upload Document
1 F.Y.B.A Economics F.Y.B.A Economics 2019-20 View Document
2 S.Y.B.A. Economics S.Y.B.A. Economics 2020-21 View Document
3 T.Y.B.A. Economics T.Y.B.A. Economics 2021-22 View Document
4 S.Y.B.A. Advertising S.Y.B.A. Advertising 2017-18 View Document

Student’s Strengths

Sr. No. Year F. Y. B A SYBA TYBA
1. 2023-24 100 53 10
2. 2022-23 108 67 17
3. 2021-22 73 50 14
4. 2020-21 71 65 13
5. 2019-20 113 34 23
6. 2018-19 47 31 19
7. 2017-18 69 62 23
8. 2016-17 182 94 28
9. 2015-16 221 75 25
10. 2014-15 186 44 32
11. 2013-14 56 47 17
12. 2012-13 70 54 36
13. 2011-12 56 44 22
14. 2010-11 67 55 24
15. 2009-10 84 62 21
16. 2008-09 80 56 25

Study Tour

Sr. No. Year Activity Date Venue
1. 2023-24 Field visit & Study Tour 15-09-2023 Lavasa City, Khadakwasla Dam and Sinhagad, Dist. Pune
2. 2022-23 Industrial Visit 27-02-2023 1. Sahakar Maharshi Bhausaheb Santuji Thorat Sahakar Sugar Factory Sangamner, Ahmednagar.

2. Rajhans Milk Institute Sangamner, Ahmednagar.

3. Agasti Cooperative Sugar Factory, Akole Ahmednagar.

4. Bhandardara Dam Bhandardara Ahmednagar

3. 2019-20 Industrial Visit 27-02-2020 1. Anant Milk Dairy, Kikvi.

2. Kisanveer Satara Sahakari Sakhar Karkhana Ltd. Bhuinj, Dist. Satara.

3. Mapro Foods Pvt Ltd, Shendurjane. Wai-Surur Road. Wai, Mahabaleshwar, Dist. Satara.

4. 2018-19 Industrial Visit 02-02-2019 1. Katraj Dudh Dairy, Pune.

2. Katraj Zoological Museum, Pune.

3. Khadakwasla Dam, Pune.


  • World Population Day
  • Industrial Visit
  • Food Festival
  • Arranging expert guest lectures on various topics like financial literacy, awareness, budgeting etc.
  • Students have actively participated in various events and competitions organized in college
  • Quiz Competition, General knowledge competition,
  • Involvement in College Cultural Programme

Teaching methods

Lecture methods:

  • Four lectures per week of 48 minutes for each subject are fixed for first Third year undergraduate classes.
  • Three lectures per week of 48 minutes for each subject are fixed for Second & Third year Project Paper undergraduate classes.

Experiential Learning:-
Visits to various industries and organizations, poster exhibition and elocution competition are organized for the students. Every year a food festival is organized under the subject of Advertising.

  • Group Discussion
  • Classroom discussions
  • Assignments
  • Students Seminar
  • E-books, debating

Use of ICT in the department of Economics

  • Study material and current affairs are sent to students on Google Classroom.
  • Quiz is conducted through Google form.
  • PowerPoint presentations

Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning

  • Regularity and Punctuality- Quite regular and punctual as per norms
  • Details of course-Syllabus
  • Teaching plan
  • Synopses of lecturers- Synopsis are available in the Teacher’s diary.
  • reference reading books list
  • Study material- (Google Classroom)
  • Extra lectures Planning
  • Conduct of Prelims, Test

Evaluation methods

  • Semester wise Examination (As per University Guidelines)
  • Project Work (As per University Guidelines- TYBA)
  • Open Book Test
  • Unit test
  • Assignments
  • Group Discussion
  • Question-Answer Session
  • Quiz
  • Mock Test

Faculty Members

Sr. No. Name of the Faculty Designation Qualification Date of Joining Profile
1. Mr. . Mahajan Sanjay Baburao Associate Professor MA, SET



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2. Mrs. Salunkhe V.D Assistant Professor MA, SET 12-03-2010

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Contribution of faculty members to publications

Sr. No. Name of the Faculty Journal Articles Books Book Chapter Conference Proceeding
1. Mr. Mahajan Sanjay Baburao 48 05 02 24
2. Mrs. Salunkhe V.D. 10  –  –  06

Study material

  • Text books
  • Reference books
  • Reading materials
  • Library books
  • Newspaper cuttings
  • Articles & Current affairs etc.

Our Pride

  • Yashwant Harishchandra Ulvekar (Assistant Professor and Head, Rayat Shikshan Sanstha’s  ASC College, Mokhada, Dist. Palghar)
  • Dhanraj Kanha Tokade (Advocate High Court)
  • Shantaram Bedekar (Advocate High Court)
  • Santosh Thombre (Government Officer)
  • Amol Mane (Senior Branch Manager, Bajaj Life Insurance.)

Future plans

  • To organize national as well as international seminars on current economic affairs and issues.
  • Starting Post Graduate Course in Department of Economics.
  • Introduction of short term skill based and career oriented courses.
  • Publish an annual college level journal in social sciences in collaboration with other social science departments.
  • Adoption of internet, power point presentation, ICT, online lectures.
  • To acquaint the students with the emerging issues of business at the international level in the light of liberalization, globalization and privatization policies through the Syllabus.
  • To enter into MoUs for Collaboration between educational institutions, NGOs and industry.
  • To motivate students to conduct research projects and surveys on regional socio-economic issues.