V.K. Krishna Menon College of Commerce and Economics and Science was started in June 1982 by Bhandup Educational Society. In 1982 the college was started with the name of V.K. Krishna Menon College of Commerce and Economics but in 1992 the Science stream was added in courses so the name was changed and it was declared as V.K. Krishna Menon College of Commerce and Economics and Science. The college is affiliated by University of Mumbai. It is accredited by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC). The college offers Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) and Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com.) programs to the students.
We vision That education is not merely attainment of perfection already in man. Perfection has to be manifested to the outside world through his thoughts, words and deeds. God is the perfection in man in the form of Jivatman. The nature inherited by the man envelops the Jivatman. Sublimation of the base nature to reach the noble nature is perfection.
'Education is the manifestation of the perfection already in man', says Swami Vivekananda. The nature or character or swabhava, inherited by one, comprising of Sattwa guna, Rajo guna and Tamo guna covers the Jivatman. One living for the welfare of the people has Sattwa guna. One who lives only for earthly or bodily pleasures has Rajo guna. One with Tamo guna lives a beastly life. The Jivatman when it leaves one body to join another body, carries the vasanas or the nature with it, Says Bhagawat Gita. Beside, one inherits the nature of mother and father due to dominance of their chromosomes. Sublimation of the base nature to attain noble nature, by adopting Bhagwat Gita as a Dictionary of life as done by Ramakrishna Paramahamsa, Swami Vivekananda and Mahatma Gandhi, and the translation of the 20 principles from Bhagawat Gita namely:
- Humility (Absence of Pride)
- Ahimsa or Nonviolence
- Uprightness or Straight - Forwardness
- Indifference to Objects of Senses
- Constant Even- Mindedness
- Self-Effacement or Absence of Ego
- Service to the Learned Teacher
- Perception of Evil of Birth, Death, Oldage, Sickness and Pain
- Absence of Clinging to Son, Wife, Home and The Like
- Unswerving Devotion to God
- Resorting to Solitary Places
- Company of Wise People
- Constancy in Self Knowledge
- Perception of the End of The Knowledge of Truth into one's day to day life to develop habits, would build up the heavenly character according to Swami Vivekananda, to attain perfection. The management has adopted the 20 principles as a code of conduct for management, staff and students.
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