Document Required

The students have to submit following documents at the time of admission
1. Graduate mark-sheet / Provisional passing certificate / convocation / degree certificate.
2. CET / CMAT / other valid entrance exams score card.
3. Passport size 10 photographs in formal.
4. Caste certificate (if applied).
5. Cast validity certificate.
6. Non creamy layer certificate.
7. Nationality.
8. School leaving certificate.
9. Birt certificate.
10. SSC, HSC, FY, SY, TY Mark-sheet.
11. Domicile certificate.
12. Income certificate.
13. Transfer certificate.
14. Migration certificate.
15. Gap certificate.
16. Affidavit from student related to Shikshan Shulk Samiti.
17. Any other important documents suggested by the institute.

Faculty Achievement:-
1. Dr. Sunil Doke (VSIM Director) - Paper Published in Indian General of Marketing on "Multidimentional segments amount children in urbun indian family" (ISBN Number 0973-8703)
2. Prof. Satish Kadam received “Konkan Gaurav Award” from Konkan creative foundation, khed for the excellent work in educative sector, for the year 2011-12. Prof. Satish Kadam has given motivational lectures in many senior colleges in Konkan region. Since last two years he is working on spreading of MBA education in Ratnagiri, Sindhudurg & Raigad district & working as a full time lecturer in VSIM College.
3. Prof. Anagha Gokhale Asst. Professor, has Presented Research Paper in National Conference on “HR practices are Market Driven” titled as “Training and Development Practices & Policies for Gen Y Workforce” organized by Guru Nanak institute of Management studies, Mantuga , Mumbai and secured first prize of Best Presentation in Track Three. They published this Research Paper in their journal bearing ISBN number.


Student Acheivement
Paper Presented & secured 1st prize of Best Presentation at VIM
1) PushkarUjjainkar – Innovation – A key strategic management
2) MiteshShukla– Customer Value & Profit & Development Management


Paper Present& secured 1st prize of Best Presentation at VGBS
1) ShrinivasGokhale- Segmenting the Generation “Y”