Bhartiya Vidya Bhavan was established by Kulapathi Dr K.M. Munshi on 7th November, 1938.Bhavans Vivekananda College of Science, Humanities and Commerce was established in 1993 under the umbrella of Bhartiya Vidya Bhavan, Mumbai. Bhavans is an autonomous college affiliated to Osmania University. The vast 50 acres campus has a pleasant atmosphere which is ideal for academic excellence. The campus is located at Sainikpuri, a short distance of 2.5km from Ramakrishnapuram railway station and at a distance of 8km from Secunderabad station.

Academic Courses Offered

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The college offers both graduate and post graduate courses in Science, Commerce and Humanities.

UG COURSES:

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Bachelor of Science (B.Sc)

B.Sc (Maths, Physics & Computer Science)

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B.Sc (Maths, Electronics & Computer Science)

B.Sc (Maths, Statistics & Computer Science)

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B.Sc (Microbiology, Biochemistry &Chemistry)

B.Sc (Microbiology, Genetics &Chemistry)

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B.Sc (Biotechnology, Genetics &Chemistry

Bachelor in Computer Application (BCA)

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Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com)

B.Com (General)

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B.Com (Computer Science)

B.Com (Honours)

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Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)

Bachelor of Arts (BA)

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B.A (Mass Communication, Political Science, Modern Language)
PG COURSES:

Master of Science (M.Sc)

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M.Sc Computer Science

M.Sc Microbiology

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M.Sc Biochemistry

Master of Commerce (M.Com)

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Master of Business Administration (MBA)

Distinguished Academic Record

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The college possesses an excellent academic record as students across different courses have secured remarkable percentile GPA and have also been toppers at the University level. Also, students have presented papers at many National and International seminars and have secured ISBN and ISSN certification. Recently, Bhavans also hosted the International Conference 2017 -TAFI (Taxation, Accounting, Finance and Insurance) with the theme – A paradigm shift, where many students and lecturers of various colleges at national and international level were invited to present their papers.

Past Placement Record

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Students have been selected through campus placements for the following companies:

COMPANY
Cognizant
Ryan
VIMTA Labs
Infosys
Capgemini
State Street
M/s Raam Group
Wipro

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Societies & Cells

The college has a variety of student clubs and support societies.

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STUDENT CLUBS

The different student clubs are:

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XPRESSIONZ- Cultural and Literary Club

VOICE- Commerce Club

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PSCIFE- Physical Science Club

GreENERGY- Environment Club

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SCIENCE- Life Science Club

ABHYAAS- Management Club

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FUSION TECH- Technical Club

STUDENT CELLS

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Women Cell

Anti-Ragging Cell

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Entrepreneur Development Cell

Centre for Human Excellence

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NATIONAL CADET CORPS (NCC)

NATIONAL SERVICE SCHEME (NSS)
Sports

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The college encourages students to participate in different sports activities. Students have achieved prizes in caroms, swimming, lawn tennis, baseball, football, soft ball, handball, athletics, shooting table tennis, throw ball and chess at University, State, National and International level. Bhavans has bagged the overall Boys Championship and has secured 4th place in the girls section of events conducted by Osmania University.

Infrastructure

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The college provides adequate infrastructure to students to support their academic pursuits. The college has six different blocks with adequate number of classrooms, computer labs, science labs, english labs, MBA labs, seminar halls and canteen. The infrastructural facilities provided by the college along with the support of experienced faculty helps the students in their academic pursuits and career development. The infrastructure provides the right amount of support to conduct different events in the college such as literary, cultural, sports, social service and other health camps, conferences, career development workshops for both students and lecturers.

Reasons which pull back the college

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The college does provide a lot of exposure to students by means of different competitions, workshops, seminars, etc. But it’s still limited to the notice boards and is not fully accessible to students and requires to be technically empowered. Updating of the college website at regular intervals and use of a college app would ensure even better results in the student overall development.

By- jyotsna

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