OUR VISION & MISSIONVision: To be a Premier Institute of India for academic Excellence and Holistic Developent of Individuals.
Dhempe College of Arts & Science was established in June 1962 by Late Padmashri Vasantrao S. Dempo, Late Vaikuntrao S. Dempo, the Late Dayanand Bandodkar and other generous members of the society. Presently Dhempe College of Arts & Science is being managed by the Dempo Charities Trust. The College has been accredited by National Assessment and Accreditation Council, Bangalore which has given 'A' grading to the college and is also ISO certified.The main objective of Dhempe College is to provide good quality education to young students so that the acquired knowledge would help them in their overall development.
Student Council Election 2015-1630Jul
Student Council Election 2015-16 on 30th July for GS, SS, CR, UCR, UFR.Location: Gymkhana
Poster Competition on 'Yoga & Mental Health'12Aug
Poster Competition on 'Yoga & Mental Health'. Register in Psychology Dept. by 29th July, submit by 12th August.Location: Psychology Dept.
Screening of Short film on 'Save Girl Child'29Jul
Screening of Short film on 'Save Girl Child' for SYBSc. students, at 11.15 am, in Room no. 106.11:15 amLocation: Room no. 201
Know Your Navy Campaign05Aug11:15 am
Talk on "Organic Farming"05Aug
Talk on "Organic Farming" for all FYBSC.11:15 amLocation: Room no. 201
DCT’s Dhempe College of Arts and Science was re-accredited as “A” Grade College with CGPA 3.20 points on scale of 4. The NAAC peer team of four members headed by Dr.Ashok Aima, Vice-Chancellor of Jammu Central University visited the College from 3rd to 5th September, 2015. They visited the departments, laboratories, facility centres and interacted with the stakeholders.
An initiative taken by Mrs. Anju Sakhardande to conduct NET Coaching in Konkani Paper II & III.
The Department organized screening of a series of short films and documentaries on the theme “Beti Bachao, Beti Padao” for the SYBSc students on 29th July 2015 in room 105. Through the 6 short films shown, the students were made aware of the decreasing male –female ratio in the country and understand the importance of balance in the same.