THE DEPT. HAS ORGANISED AN EDUCATIONAL VISIT TO RESERVE BANK OF INDIA TO GIVE AN EXPERIENCE OF RAJBHASHA DEPT. & ITS VARIOUS FUNCTION. Dr.RAMAKANT GUPTA (GENERAL MANAGER - RAJBHASHA) & HIS TEAM GAVE IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT RAJBHASHA IMPLEMENTATIONS TO THE STUDENTS
c) The department jointly organised a visit to Kawthewadi, an adopted village near Karjat, under the ISR. The students performed a skit on the health awareness especially the water related health problems, an art and craft activity was also conducted by the students for the school going kids of the village, on November 20th 2016.
Kawthewadi , Karjat -Development of Infrastructure , Village Empowerment and sustainable development.
Psychology Association screened movie 'Devrai' to help students understand the disorder of Schizophrenia and the challenges for caregivers of patient with Schizophrenia
CV writing workshop This give the students hints and ideas to crack an interview. By TIMES Institute Organized by EDC
Dr.Shailaja Karve, Associate Professor, K.J. Somaiya Institute of Management enlightened the students about the tasks of Industrial Psychologists and Human Resource Management in detail. 46 students attended this lecture.
Ms. Nandini Thatte, Head of Research and Training Department at Cipla, Pune informed the students about the meaning of palliative care, value of palliative care, challenges that a psychologist working in this area faces. She also informed students the institutes where they can get trained in palliative care. 27 students attended the lecture.
Sent TY BSc(IT) students for a workshop on “Examination orientation” organised by Guru Nanak college, GTB Nagar
Family Business Seminar-AIFMB Organized by EDC Conducted by Dr.Parimal Merchant, Director of SP Jain and Mr Samish Dalal, Associate Professor of SP Jain Global Institute.
Principal Dr.Harsha Mehta. inaugurated the first Hand Written Manuscript of the Department of History named "HISTORICA".
The first students research activity- A manuscript of the department of History, HISTORICA was inaugrated by the then Principal, Dr. Harsha Mehta. The theme adopted for HISTORICA is, the articles and collages on Monuments of India; covering 4 Caves, 3 temples and 2 Stupa`s
Four students of SYBSc were mentored to participate in the workshop conducted by IIT Bombay.
We, the members of Rotaract Club of SIES Sion (W) gathered to inform the society of the innumerable disadvantages on the societal enemies - Smoking, Female Infanticide, Environment & Pollution, Road Safety, Unemployment and Youth Suicide.
ïƒ˜ This meeting was kept in order to have a small training session prior to DTS, to discuss the by-laws and make amendments if necessary, to fill the Goal Sheet and clear other doubts.
Two day course for TY BSc Physics students in handling measuring instruments, using bread board, function generators and CROs
On 17th June, 2015, 25 students planted more than 30 samplings of neem, mango etc. Students of S. Y. B. Com. and T. Y. B. Com. Class undertook a tree plantation drive on along the hills of Kharghar. They planted around 35 tree saplings planted mainly comprising of mango, neem etc.
Looking at the growing trend of clicking pictures and selfieâ€™s in students, EDC tried to improve the photography Skills of the students.
Let's Learn to Take a Selfie! EDC tried to improve the photography skills among the students .
Guest lecture by Alumina Bhakti Damle, Bangalore & V Jaideep, New Delhi
Guest lecture by Alumina Bhakti Damle, Bangalore & V Jaideep, New Delhi
The work-shop was attended by around 38 teachers from 35 Colleges under the Department of Biotechnology, Mumbai University. This provided an opportunity for both exchange of information and updates in the Syllabus. The work-shop was a success. It helped in finalizing the Syllabus, Reference books and Question Paper Pattern (theory and practical) for the SYBSc students.
Two day bridge course on 25th and 26th June 2015 conducted by Physics Department for the SYBSc students in using measuring instruments, handling function generators and CROs.
ïƒ˜ Meeting was called to order by the President at 11:30 am. ïƒ˜ This meeting was kept in order mainly to allocate the organizing committee for Drop of Hope, discussing the flagship event and making of the calendar.
Film is based on the life and struggles of John Nash, an economist mathematician who's work on Game Theory is well established . The concept of Nash equilibrium in Game Theory is named after him.
Training program for visually impaired people for their good future and to nuture self confidence.
Ms. Vatsala Pai delivered a guest lecture and followed by that a film was screened "Dharam Sankat Mein". Students of SYBA & TYBA attended both and engaged themselves in discussions.
A Business Quiz was organized for BCom students in which 15 teams participated. The theme of the quiz covered advertising, economics and financial aspects.
A value added course 'Garden Craft' was organized by Department of Botany on Monday, 29th June 2015 for Adhata - Senior Citizen Club, Sion. The course included demonstration of basic gardening practices to manage home gardens. Dr. Neeraja Tutakne Worked as a resource person for the said workshop.
In order to orient current TYBA Psychology students to this academic year Psychology Association organised ‘Orientation to TYBA Psychology’ by 6 students of 2014-15 Psychology batch.
Guest Lecture by Miss Stina Fernandes (Ex-student). T.Y.B.Sc students were briefed about study options after B.Sc & preparation for entrance exams.
â€˜Drop of Hopeâ€™ was initiated by the Community Service Avenue on 1st July, 2015. It is one of the most successful events conducted by RC SIES. The event was jointly conducted by the Rotaract Club of SIES and Rotaract Club of Kings Circle, Matunga.
To make people aware on various ways how to maintain Haemoglobin level.
To make people aware about sports via Photographic Journalism
Two Alumni lectures by Steffi Noronha an expert in the area of tourism gave two lectures on the Heritage tourism and career scope in the area of tourism. another lect on 23rd of the same month.
Guest Lecture on "Data Power and Digital Economy" Dr. Jonathan Foster, Lecturer in Information Management, BA, MSc(Brunel), M.Ed.(Sheffield), PhD(Sheffield), University of Sheffield, UK
Guest Lecture was given on "Data Power and Digital Economy" by Dr. Jonathan Foster, Lecturer in Information Management, University of Sheffield, UK for SY/TYBSc(IT) students
Orientation for First Year B.Com students by students of Second and Third year B.Com.
A commercial Hindi film for commerce students which helped them to appreciate the social effects of commercialisation of religion and they also gained a balanced view of minority communities
The film 'DHARM SANKAT MEIN' was screened for BCom students
Alumni Lecture on " Project implementation" by Mr. Ganesh Achary (pursuing MCA at SIES, Nerul) and Mr.Srinivas Cherukku , Software Developer at HSBC
Project Implementation Lecture (Alumni Interaction) by Mr. Ganesh Achary (pursuing MCA at SIES, Nerul) Mr.Srinivas Cherukku , Software Developer at HSBC for TY BSc(IT) students
Chakachak , Rotaractâ€™s own contribution to our Prime Ministerâ€™s â€œSawach Bharat Abhiyanâ€. Our biggest initiative for cleanliness of our beloved city. A community service initiative , wherein we cleaned the surrounding area near our college. In total 43 clubs participated for this event.
If you watch a game, itâ€™s fun. If you play itâ€™s recreation. Management based fun activity with the Interactors of Beacon High school was conducted as a Partners- in- service event. The event took place at Beacon High School where more than 30 students participated in different teams.
We celebrated and made people aware about the Japanese culture and tradition by celebrating their festival with fun and enthusiasm. From decoration to dressing, to food to wishing tree, we made every effort to remain authentic in all respects.
An Essay writing competition was conducted on July 14, 2015 on the topicsâ€™ Employment or Entrenpreneurshipâ€™ and â€˜Escalating Estate Pricesâ€™.
Participants were asked to write an essay on one of the following topics 1."Escalating Estate prices" 2."Entrepreneurship"
Essay writing topics: 1) Eco-friendly life style 2) Think environment act development
A study tour to the Buddhist cave site Kanheri, near Borivali.
To create awareness about the rise in the suicide rates and urging people to stop considering it.
The movie Pride and Prejudice was screened for TYBA students. This was followed by a discussion
The movie Pride and Prejudice , based on the famous novel by Jane Austen, was screened in the MMR and this was followed by an interesting discussion among the students of TYBA Literature.
Organised a guest lec. by Dr. Phadke on the use of polygraph in lie detection. 2. Students made posters and wrote articles on the value to spread awareness in college.
â€¢ Mr Vikesh Shrivastav, Sr. manager, Biostatistics & Programming , SIRO Clinpharm inaugurated the activities of the Statistics association on Wednesday, 22nd July , 2015and delivered a talk on â€˜Applications of statistics in the Pharmaceutical industryâ€™ He explained different stages of a clinical trial and the concept of Bioequivalence. He talked at length about the career prospects for Statistics graduates in the pharmaceutical industry.
TYBA Politics students field Visit
The 6th Installation Ceremony of the Rotaract Club of SIES Sion (W), the youth wing of the Rotary Club of Bombay Pier took place wherein Rtr. Chaitanya Gandhi and his Board of Directors handed over their responsibilities and duties to Rtr. Dhanshree Waghmare and her Board of Directors.
Conducted by DLLE, University of Mumbai at Sydenham College, Churchgatefor Extension Work Teachers & Student Managers
This talk was delivered by Dr. V. V. Hemasundar, Associate Professor of Mathematics at SIWS College who is actively involved in research in the area of Real and Complex Analysis. The talk enlightened students about mathematical topics beyond stipulated syllabus and exposed them to new areas of research.
A value added course 'Garden Craft' was organized by Department of Botany on Tuesday, 28th July 2015 for the members of MSSI (Multiple Sclerosis Society of India), Sion. The course included demonstration of basic gardening practices to manage home gardens. Dr. Neeraja Tutakne worked as a resource person for the said workshop.
A debating competition was conducted for commerce students on the topic â€˜The future career â€“ Employment or Entrepreneurshipâ€™
Ms Sandhya Krishnan, a research scholar with Mumbai University and an alumnus of the department conducted an interactive session about the scope and institutions for higher education in areas related to economics. A chart display on the above theme was also set up.
Participants debated on the topic" Entrepreneurship v/s Employment"
TYBA Politics students Field Visit
Learning is a never ending process which is what makes learning new things much more fun and relevant. With this thought, the Professional Development Avenue conducted a workshop to teach video making on 31st of July 2015.
The Web Communications Avenue initiated â€˜My Limitless Lifeâ€™ to publicize the yearâ€™s theme; LIMITLESS. Participants were asked to send in quotes/ poems/ write-ups/ or any other creative write-ups by them as to what according to them is â€˜limitlessâ€™. There were a huge no. of entries which came in from various places. We had participants from Pune and Delhi as well!
Many people think that itâ€™s difficult or nearly impossible to make videos. To dispel this notion, RC SIES Sion (W) kept a workshop on video making. The students were introduced to various software like Pro-show, Windows Movie Maker, Prezi etc. The workshop was taken up by our vice-president Rtr. Prakyath Shetty.
The documentary on the History of Yoga My Ancestral Path with a short introduction by Ms. Vrushali Gupte, an Assistent Professor Department of History.
A joint venture of Community Service and PR, The Wheat Bucket challenge is an initiative to give a small contribution to society from RCSIES Sion (w). Wheat was collected from the college students from the 3rd of August till the 8th of August to be donated to the NGO Manav Seva Sangh. The underlying aim was to engage the new members of the club and inspire them to help the needy as well as increasing the Public visibility of the club.
Frame it (Frame designing workshop) . To develop the creative skills.
Talent Mania - SIES College Intra college Talent Hunt Show exclusively for the freshers of the current batch. Mr. and Mrs. Fresher title awarded Entire CL Team No. of Participants: 150 Winner Details: 1. Mr. Fresher- Arjun Menon (FYBCom) 2. Ms. Fresher- Mayan Sanker (FYBA C) 3. First Runner up Mr. Fresher- Ishan Chavan (FYBA C) 4. First Runner up Ms. Fresher- Shruti Sharma (FYBMS) 5. Second Runner up Mr. Fresher- Shrinath (FYBCom) 6. Second Runner up Ms. Fresher- Neha Shaikh (FYBA A)
The Professional Development Cell of RC SIES initiated a Filmmaking Workshop on 4th August, 2015.
Ms. Shama Khale delivered a lecture on 'Beginning of New Life' to SYBA Psychology students, as a regular academic inter-departmental activity. The lecture brought out the nuances of life span development in pre-natal life, which gave rise to constructive discussion.
The basic aim of this event was to build and develop the creative side of the members.
The visit aimed at educating students about the history of coins and currencies.
Dr. Bhalchandra Jadhav and Mr. Chirag Jasani addressed T.Y.B.Sc students of lifesciences about various competitive exams in lifesciences and key to pass those exams. They also enlightened the students about various institutes offering higher educations in lifesciences.
â€˜Zoo Storyâ€™ by Edward Albee was enacted by students of SYBA ( English Literature) and a powerpoint presentation was made by students of TYBA on â€˜Waiting for Godotâ€™ by Samuel Beckett
The students of SYBCom and TYBCom gave a presentation to orient the students admitted to FYBCom
Enactment of the play â€˜Zoo Storyâ€™ by students of SYBA Saurabh Rajput and Shwetant Kumar and power-point presentation of â€˜Waiting for Godotâ€™ by TYBA Literature students.
Knowledge and quality information along with career scope on the above area was imparted among Third Year B.Com students.
A Talk was arranged for TYBcom students on CRM
Alumni Lecture on " Tips for implementation of projects in TY"Mr.Srinivas Cherukku , Software Developer at HSBC
Lecture(Alumni Interaction) on "Project Implimentation" by Mr.Srinivas Cherukku , Software Developer at HSBC for TY BSc(IT) students
Youth Fest - Mumbai University - Zone II - 10/08/2015, 12/08/2015, 17/08/2015 CL: Lijo Verghese (TYBSc C) ACL: Sanika Nair (TYBSc C) No. of Participants: - 40 Winner Details: - Western solo 1st prize- 1) Divya Sundaram (TYBA B) Western Group Song 1st prize- 1. Divya Sundaram (TYBA B) 2. Kanaka Swaminathan (TYBSc C) 3. Aditya Ramanarayan (SYBMS) 4. Siddharth Shenoy (FYBMM) 5. Karthik Nair (SYBA A) 6. Shruti Nair (FYBA C) Debate Group B 1st prize- 1. Vinay Nair (TYBA C) 2. Lakshmi Pillai (SYBCom A) Debate Group A 2nd prize- 1. Sukhada Gole (FYBA B) 2. Pooja Shinde (FYBA C) On the spot Painting 2nd prize- 1. Vidya Nadar (TYBA B) Indian Group Song 2nd prize- 1. Srinidhi Rangarajan (TYBSC IT) 2. Nikhita Iyer (SYBA B) 3. Maithili Subramanian (FYBcom A) 4. Srinath Sridhar (FYBCom A) 5. Hamsa Venkataraman (SYBA A) 6. Sharvaree Gokhale (FYBSc A) Indian Classical Vocal 2nd prize- 1. Nikita Iyer (SYBA B) Quiz 3rd prize- 1. Dileep Unnikrishnan (TYBA B) 2. Smruti Mani (FYBA C) 3. Aditi Mukund (SYBMM) Finals: Western solo 1st prize- 1. Divya Sundaram (TYBA B) Debate Group B 3rd prize- 1. Vinay Nair (TYBA C) 2. Lakshmi Pillai (SYBCom A) Quiz 1st prize- 1. Dileep Unnikrishnan (TYBA B) 2. Smruti Mani (FYBA C) 3. Mithila Naik (SYBA B) Indian Classical Vocal (Consolation Prize)- 1. Nikita Iyer (SYBA B)
WELL KNOWN POET & CRITIC OF HINDI LITERATURE, DR. VIJAY KUMAR ; GAVE A TALK ON PREMCHAND & THE IMPORTANCE OF HIS WRITINGS ON THIS OCCASION .
HINDI MOVIE 'TEESRI KASAM' BASED ON THE FAMOUS STORY OF FANEESHWARNATH RENU WAS SCREENED BY THE HINDI ASSOCIATION FOR THE STUDENTS OF F.Y.,S.Y. & T.Y.B.A.
Conducted an elocution competition on ‘the idea of Patriotism in our times’. 2. Students made posters and wrote articles on the value to spread awareness in college.
As friendship day passed by without any official event as such, it was believed that this event should provide a needed refreshment to the otherwise academic semester. The tagline, 'Because everyday is friendship day' stressed on the fact that this was another opportunity to celebrate. The event had fun filled games that provided ample time and space for people to create new bonds and renew old ones.
Lady Tata Memorial Trust Sponsored three day workshop on Techniques in Molecular Diagnostics. Keynote Speaker â€“ Dr. B.R.Das, President, SRL Ltd. Other Speakers â€“ Dr. Rajiv Sarin from ACTREC, Dr. Pradnya Kowtal, SO â€œEâ€ ACTREC, Dr.Manoj Mahimkar, ACTREC. Dr. P.S Amare from Tata Memorial Hospital. Dr. Parag Tamhankar, Scientist D, NIRRH Lecture cum demonstration of RT PCR by Mr Abhijit Gade and Mr Anup Kumar of Hi media Dr Rajas Warke, Director, Molecular Diagnostics Hi Media Laboratories Pvt Ltd
Mathematics Association organised a talk on Lalitya Lilavati by Dr. Medha Limaye, Joint Secretary of Brihanmumbai Ganit Adhyapak Mandal.
Rotaract Bag-Pack is a yearlong initiative to conduct Workshops, Speaker Sessions & Aptitude Tests on specific topics & mediating the clubs with Institutes or Individual Professionals who have excelled in their respective careers.
Youth involvement and opinion are very essential in the development of our countryâ€™s future. With this thought in mind, the Public relations and Web communications avenue of RCSIES Sion (w) initiated a small step by conducting Truly Independent India which a social media debate on how truly India was independent.
Umang - NM College, Vile Parle, 14/08/2015 to 17/08/2015 Students participated in Bollywood Unplugged, Model Hunt, War of DJs, Short film Making, One Act Play, Actor Hunt, Western Couple Dance & Ms. Umang CL: Vanessa Dias (SYBSc B) ACL: Nameeta Samant (SYBSc B) ACL: Ishan Chavan (FYBA C) ACL: Siddharth Pillai (FYBCom B) No. of Participants: -8 Winner Details: Qualified for finals- 1. Actor Hunt Arjun Menon (FYBCom) 2. War of DJs Vardhan Deshpande (SYJC A)
A Guest lecture on â€œChemistry what is it good for? Absolutely everything!â€, was arranged for S.Y.B.Sc. and T.Y.B.Sc. students by Chemistry Association. The talk was delivered by Dr. H. Mulla (Advisory Consultant Blue Organics, Private Limited). The talk mainly focussed on how chemistry has revolutionized and how it affects everyday life. It also made a brief segue into the pharmaceutical and various other sectors, which employ a large section of chemists and how to make oneself fit to take up a job in chemical and pharmaceutical industries. Finally, he also gave a brief idea about what is expected by the employer from the students to be recruited in industries. The time duration of the talk was 60 minutes, wherein 94 UG and 7 PG students participated.
Malhar -St. Xaviers College - 15/08/2015 to 17/08/2015 Students participated in events like Singing, Theatre, Mr. Malhar & DJ Wars CL: Vinay Nair (TYBA C) ACL: Niharika Mathur (SYBMS) ACL: Avantika Bakshi (FYBMM) ACL: Aishal Crasto (TYBA B) No of Participants: 15 Winner Details: Qualified for finals- 1. Mr. MalharRugwed Kulkarni (TYBMM) 2. Solo Singing Sharvaree Shinde (FYBSc A) 3. DJ Wars Nishraj Pillai (FYBMM) CL: Sneha (FYBMM) No. of Participants: 9 (1 team) Winner Details: Qualified for finals 1. Mona Thakkar (FYBMM) 2. Aafreen Raut (FYBMM) 3. Abhishek Mishra (SYBSc A) 4. Divya Nadar (FYBMM) 5. Esha Madkaikar (FYJC A) 6. Lakshmi Sivaraman (FYBMM) 7. Purandhar Rao (FYJC B) 8. Pooja Gupte (FYBMM) 9. Sorabh Sharma (FYJC B)
FACULTY MEMBERS & FIVE VISUALLY CHALLENGED STUDENTS VISITED HINDUSTANI PRACHAR SABHA ON THE OCCASION OF INAUGURATION OF BRAILLE MAGAZINE - ''HINDUSTANI JABAN''.
All The Girls Volunteers Tied The Rakhis To Boys Of The School While Boys Volunteers Get Tied By The Girls Of The Schools. We Gave Chocolates To Everyone.
Olio :Andrewâ€™s College, Bandra, Exclusive drama event , 21/08/2015 CL: Sneha (FYBMM) No. of Participants: 9 (1 team) Winner Details: Qualified for finals 1. Mona Thakkar (FYBMM) 2. Aafreen Raut (FYBMM) 3. Abhishek Mishra (SYBSc A) 4. Divya Nadar (FYBMM) 5. Esha Madkaikar (FYJC A) 6. Lakshmi Sivaraman (FYBMM) 7. Purandhar Rao (FYJC B) 8. Pooja Gupte (FYBMM) 9. Sorabh Sharma (FYJC B)
On the occasion of World Humanitarian Day on 21st August, our main aim was to bridge the gap between the underprivileged and the people like us. The event took place at an NGO, Akansha in Chembur. This event was initiated by the International Service Directors of RC SIES, Sion. The NGO provides education to the underprivileged children. The children were divided in teams of three and then commenced the World Quiz round. The enthusiasm, gusto and the knowledge the kids possessed was remarkable.
The association activities for the academic year 15-16 were inaugurated by Mr. Vijay Gokhale, a veteran actor from Marathi and Hindi Film Industry. He interacted with students and guided them on importance of Marathi literature and use of language.
Screening of Marathi drama â€™Char Divas Premacheâ€™ for the students, to help them understand the technicalities related to language usuage in drama or live stage performance.
Mr. Deepak Velankar, popularly known as â€˜Voice Guruâ€™, on the topic, â€˜Sutrasanchalan ani Akashvanikshetratil bhasheche upayojan. He explained the meaning and significance of voice culture, use and modulation of voice and its effective use. He oriented the students about how to pursue career in anchoring.
FINANCIAL HELP TO THE VILLAGERS
To explore the opportunity to interact with foreign tourists and to learn more about their experiences and outlook about India.
A pre placement talk was given by Ms. Jenifer, Alumni â€“(Computer Science), Working as Developer, TCS
Lecture by Ms. Jenifer, (Alumnus- Computer Science), Developer, TCS
Festival of Peace - Wilson College, 01/09/2015 to 03/09/2015, Students participated in Poem Writing, Bookmark Making, Face Painting, Debate, Dance, Singing, Tattoo Making, Mono Acting. CL: Vineeta Pant (SYBA) No of Participants: - 10 Winner Details: - 1. Poem Writing (3rd prize) â€“ Kavitha Shaj (SYJC) 2. Bookmark Making (3rd prize) â€“ Namita Samant (SYBSc) 3. Face Painting (3rd prize) â€“ Vineeta Pant (SYBA) & Kavitha Shaj (SYJC) 4. Debate (2nd prize) â€“ Rugved (TYBMM) & Kavitha Shaj (SYJC) 5. Tattoo Making (1st prize) â€“ Jagdeep (FYBSc IT) 6. Mono Acting (Best Actor) â€“ Ganesh Thevar (SYBSc IT)
Kaleidoscope - Sophia College, Grant Road - 01/09/2015 TO 06/09/2015 Students participated in Group & Solo Dance, Street Football, Mr. & Ms. Kaleidoscope, Open Mic Night, You Tasked For It, J.A.M., What Are Words Worth? CL: Pooja Iyer (SYBMS) ACL: Asra Khan (SYBMS) ACL: Rupali Agarwal (SYBS) ACL: Nishraj Pillai (FYBMM) No. of Participants: - 10 Winner Details: - Mr. & Ms. Kaleidoscope (Qualified for the finals) 1. Arjun Menon (FYBCom) 2. Mayan Sanker (FYBA)
The PR messages were made and the event was publicized on all our social media sites, Speaker Prof. Mehul Thakkar conducted the seminar with his eloquent demeanor. With the help of his PowerPoint presentations, he highlighted the dangers of excessive increase in cyber crimes.
Mr. Exxon Cardozo of TYBA presented a paper titled "The Significance of Philosophical Dialogue in Socratic definition" under the theme "History of Philosophy" at Dept. of Philosophy, University of Mumbai jointly organised by Bombay Philosophical Society, Dept. of Philosophy, University of Mumbai and Wilson College.
Mr. Saurabh Rajput of SYBA presented a paper titled "The Endless Thread: Philosophical Narratives Through Time!" under the theme "History of Philosophy" at Dept. of Philosophy, University of Mumbai jointly organised by Bombay Philosophical Society, Dept. of Philosophy, University of Mumbai and Wilson College.
Ms. Shruthi Menon of TYBA presented a paper titled "Impact of Trigunas in human personality: a philosophical perspective" under the theme "History of Philosophy" at Dept. of Philosophy, University of Mumbai jointly organised by Bombay Philosophical Society, Dept. of Philosophy, University of Mumbai and Wilson College.
Ms. Aishal Crasto, Ms. Betty Mathew & Ms. Banashree Bhatia of TYBA jointly presented a paper titled "Realism vs Nominalism: a debate in Philosophy" under the theme "History of Philosophy" at Dept. of Philosophy, University of Mumbai jointly organised by Bombay Philosophical Society, Dept. of Philosophy, University of Mumbai and Wilson College.
Ms. Anjali Bale of TYBA participated in Dr. Ookerjee's Memorial Inter collegiate Students' Seminar at Dept. of Philosophy, University of Mumbai jointly organised by Bombay Philosophical Society, Dept. of Philosophy, University of Mumbai and Wilson College.
It is a Brand Management workshop conducted by Shrey Mishra especially for BMS students.
Fantastic Friday - SIES College -04/09/2015 An intra-event aimed at encouraging talents possessed by students by giving them an open platform to realize their true potentials & improve their confidence. The theme for the 1st Season was Debate & Singing Organising Committee: 1. Aditya Ramanarayanan (Event Head) 2. Pooja Iyer (PR Head) 3. Isha Nirban (PR Team) 4. Asra Khan (PR Team) 5. Siddharth Pillai (Registrations) No. of Participants: - 101 Winner Details: - 1. Singing (1st Prize)- Vipin Varghese (TYBSc) 2. Singing (2nd Prize)- Sharvaree Gokhale (FYBsc) 3. Debate (1st Prize)- Sapna Iyer (FYBMM) 4. Debate (2nd Prize)- Nandita Seshadri (TYBA)
The movie 'Waiting for Godot' was screened for students of Degree College and was followed by a discussion
The aim of this seminar was to enlighten students about the family business.
The Professional Development Avenue of the Rotaract Club of SIES College initiated â€˜ART ATTACKâ€™ on 4th September, 2015. The motto of the event was to help the students learn more about T-shirt and shoes customization and enunciates ideas about how to add zing to their old T-shirts and shoes.
Mr Manan Y Doshi and Sabina Bhanpurwala were invited to give the seminar on Family business. EDC took an initiative to conduct this seminar along with BMS department.
â€˜Celebrating The Bondâ€™ was initiated as an attempt to celebrate the Friendship Day week and promote the RC SIES Instagram Page.
The members of RC SIES, Sion decided to express their gratitude to the teachers. The members made some handmade cards wishing them a very Happy Teacher's Day. Inside each card, a beautiful quote was drafted expressing our how grateful we are to them.
It was was a team event.3 topics were given to the contestants and they had to prepare on all three topics as the eliminations were conducted and then the final round in which only 2 teams faced each other. The judges for the event were Dr. Asha Venkatramana, HOD, Maths Dept. and Ms. Sudha B., IT Dept. The theme of the dabate was Women's Development.
Students spoke on the topic for 3 minutes. Ms. Seema C. Assistant Professorâ€“ English dept. ,degree college adjudged the event in which there were 24 participants. The theme of the debate was Women's Development.
Logo Designing competition was organized under Utkarsha in which the participants created logos for a service â€˜Food Chainâ€™.
Under Utkarsh 2015, Literary and Fine Arts events, an Intra-collegiate event was organized in which the participants recited poems on the themeâ€™ Paausâ€™ (rains)
Debate Competition on issues related to Kerala as a part of Utkarsha 2015-16.
Experiments in optics and electronics were set up and exhibited. Nearly 40 students participated.
The workshop was conducted by Dr. Shefali Bulsari Shah, ex-HOD, Dept. of English, St. Xavierâ€™s College. Dr. Shah was accompanied by Ms. Reena Agrawal, a representative of TATA Lit Live. The students were introduced to the concept of Flash Fiction and also presented their own work.
Operon- An intercollegiate fest under the aegis of Utkarsh Events: Mindmap In Cold Blood Shutter Bugs Survival of the fittest Biobling Labathon Badtameez Biotech
â€œEconitzâ€ - An exhibition which gives you information about the â€œDevelopment in Information Technology & its Relevance in Indian Economyâ€ such as Cloud Computing, Online Govt. Services, Cyber Security, e-Commerce etc.
â€œTechnoQuizâ€ - A quiz event which consisted of IT Quiz, Logo Quiz, Jumbled Words with a fun element, IT Dumb-Charades.
An intercollegiate two days event during "UTKARSH" 2015. This event included two competitions and one "Career oriented seminar for all science students".
Bioart Mela â€“ It was an inter and intra collegiate event which included 4 competitions, viz., Bio-rangoli, Bio-jewellery, Fruit and Vegetable carving and Poster making. Biogames â€“ It was an inter and intra collegiate event which included 3 botanical game competitions, viz., Botanicula, Sense your Senses and Selfi Hunt. Exhibition cum sale of Plants and Plant Products â€“It included sell of Herbal cosmetics (Face-pack), Artistic handmade bookmarks, name tags, greeting cards, Dry-fruit Chocolates, Nursery plants. All the exhibits were prepared by FY, SY and TYBSc Botany students.
Following events were organized by S.Y.B.Sc B division students, under the guidance of teachers. 1) Exhibition about various fields of microbiology 2) Micro-art 3) Biotab 5) Holmes speculation
An exhibition on “Development in Information Technology & its Relevance in Indian Economy” , A quiz event and a Workshop on Photoshop have been conducted in Utkarsha
EDC Food Stall-The basic aim behind this stall was to develop marketing and selling skills among the budding entrepreneurs and to help them learn through practical experiences.
Exposure to international scenarios is a crucial stepping stone for every Rotaractor. The International Service Avenue of RCSIES Sion (w) thus decided to celebrate The World Tourism Day on 8th September in a unique way with the event of Walk the Globe. The event was all about learning different cultures and traditions of people across the globe. By gleaning at other international lifestyles, the aim was to foster a sense of fraternity and acceptance of different cultures.
A team event â€™Breaking Newsâ€™ was organized under Utkarsha in which the participating teams enacted the news release of the topics given to them in a creative and humorous way.
Under Utkarsh 2015, Literary and Fine Arts events, an Intra-collegiate elocution competition was organized in which the participants were given a topic and were to speak extempore on it.
The department in association with The Forum of Free Enterprise organised an elocution competition on the topics- "The Menace of Black Money" Challenges of Globalization and Environment and Urbanization.
Quiz Competition on Kerala Culture and History as a part of Utkarsha 2015-16.
Poster making competition on , The Event That was a turning point in History.
Jointly organised by the Department of History and Politics.
Questions were framed to enhance studentsâ€™ analytical and logic skills. 32 students participated.
The mega-fun MELA Quiz was conducted by quiz master Varun Suresh (who is also an alumnus of our college). It was based on music, entertainment, literature and art. Many students participated, the winners of the event were: Ms. Smriti Mani, FYBA 'C' and Mr. Dilip Unnikrishnan, TYBA 'B'.
As a part of 'Utkarsha' , the two day inter-collegiate festival of our college, the BMM department conducted an event called 'Media Quiz' on the 8th of September, 2015.
HINDI ASSOCIATION ORGANISED HINDI ESSAY WRITING COMPETITION DURING 'UTKARSH' FESTIVAL
HINDI ASSOCIATION ORGANISED HINDI HAASYA VYANGYA KAVITA PAATH DURING 'UTKARSH' FESTIVAL
The basic aim for keeping this food stall was that members could identify their inner talent and use their talent in every which way possible.
Students admitted late or who missed practical sessions due to ill health and or other valid reasons were permitted to perform experiments.
â€˜Are You Okay?â€™ was initiated to create awareness regarding the sensitive notion of self harm and suicide on 10th September, 2015. The main motto of the event was to highlight the importance of Emotional Intelligence and self worth. 10th September has been marked as World Suicide Day.
A Professional Development Avenue initiative, the main aim of â€œASPIREâ€ was to explore the world of Digital Marketing and give the students useful tips for making a career as a Radio Jockey. The event was publicized vividly on all social media websites. This event commenced on 11th September, 2015.
There is nothing more fun than losing yourself in the new upcoming fads and tends. Zumba dance is one such fitness trend inspires to promote fitness and health in a fun filled way.
First Term Training Program & Orientation for Studentsconducted at College for LLE Students
An expert lecture on the domain of computers covering useful technical topics like C Programming and SQL was organized exclusively for Third Year B.Com students.
â€˜Gosht Chhoti Dongaraevadhiâ€™, based on Farmerâ€™s suicide issue. It helped to create awareness among the students for social responsibility. This was followed by an insightful discussion on the same topic.
The most awaited Ganesh festival, Vinayaka Chavithi or Ganesh Chaturthi was getting close, EDC decided that it will make and sell chocolate modaks in the college premises.
Chocolate Modak selling(Ganesh Chaturthi).
Lens to literacy was celebrated in college on 18th September, as to mark the importance of literacy in the World Literacy Month. The event was celebrated to make people aware about the importance of literacy. India is the 2nd largest country in terms of population but the literacy rate of people does not say so not only India but there are many other countries which have low literacy rate.And this is one of the biggest hindrance for the countryâ€™s progress. Lens to literacy was a bridge from misery to hope.
A cultural programme themed on Kerala Culture was organized involving participation from students and teachers
The motive behind this event was to a fun day out with underprivilege kids by playing games, providing snacks and a fun filled drawing competition.
The motive behind this event was to spread awareness regarding Malaria. And providing mosquito nets to people living in slums to them from Malaria.
The movie â€œI Know Why the Caged Bird Singsâ€ was screened, followed by a discussion
A skill enhancement lecture on "Big Data and Hadoop" by Ms. Meenal Borkar, Project Manager, ufaber Edutech Pvt. Ltd.
The Rotaract Club of SIES College in collaboration with an NGO, AADHATA Trust (working for the welfare of senior citizens) and SIES Trust celebrated the World Eldersâ€™ Day on 28th September, 2015 at 5 pm in Shanmukhananda Hall, Matunga.
Anuja Joshi an Archaeologist delivered a lecture on the value of History and Archaeology together as the knowledge branches and the career options and opportunities in this area.
Advance Excel Workshop conducted for BMS students . It is conducted during Diwali Vacation.
Mr. Saurabh Rajput was awarded the First Prize in the event organised by Gandhi Smarak Nidhi, Mumbai
Conducted a survey on’Trust vs Mistrust’ on SIES school students. 2. Students made posters and wrote articles on the value to spread awareness in college.(This value was for the month Sept to Nov)
The motive behind this event was to aware the girls of the school about the menstrual cycle and hormonal changes by providing them sanitary napkins.
The main aim of the event was to help the students learn different shading techniques and lettering forms. This was a Graffiti workshop which was a part of the event series â€˜Unique Perfectionâ€™.
Rotary International made huge efforts to eradicate polio from our country. In 2014, the World Health Organization (WHO) announced India as polio free. As a give-back to the Rotary foundation for its immense efforts, the Rotaract Club of SIES College collaborated with Dhanalaksmi Srinivasan College of Engineering and Technology, our sister club to contribute towards the Polio eradication movement. The event commenced on 24th October, 2015 and its main aim was to spread awareness about the ways of eradicating polio. We decided to donate a sum of 100$ to Rotary International.
â€˜Stringsâ€™ was a Guitar Workshop conducted by the Rotaract Club of SIES
â€˜Dashain-Dussehraâ€™ was celebrated in Chembur on 27th October, 2015 in collaboration with the Twin Club of Swayambhu, Nepal. The main aim of the event was to bring about togetherness and celebrate the festival of Dussehra giving the message that the good always wins over the evil.
The main aim of the event was to motivate the students to follow their passions and their desires and achieve desired professional goals.
Bombay Times Clean & Clear Fresh Face, SIES College, 17/11/2015 The event was organised in cooperation with cultural association which was held in search of fresh talent. It included talent round followed by Question & Answers. Total Participants:47 Winners: 1. Mr. Fresh Face- Reuben Rodrigues (SYJC B) 2. Ms. Fresh Face- Aishwarya Moily (SYBSc) 3. 1st runner up- Riya Menon(FYBMS) 4. 2nd runner up- Mayan Sanker (FYBA C)
A Two- day Training programme in C++ for the students of TYBSc on 17th and 18th November 2015 wherein students were trained to develop and enhance programming skills.
The survey was conducted around 100 students of our college irrespective to departments. Internet Addiction is an impulse control disorder which makes us isolation from family and friends due to excessive online activity. Recently it is increasing among students The findings of the survey has been given in the report..
It is an event planning survey to find the priority of students' interest on IT related topics. Primary objective of this survey is to provide the specific and needy seminars/workshops for students.
Staff and students visited Kawthewadi to train the students there in basic English and usage and performed two skits with moral and social messages
The LLE students were involved with the CSR activity of the college in Kawthewadi. They helped to teach basic English to the children of Kawthewadi. They mimed stories and played word-games with the students there to impart a basic understanding of words and sentences in English.
Student's Field Visit
Nescafe Labs - Singing Competition, SIES College, 23/11/2015 Planned and hosted by MTV, the event was a golden chance for all singers to gain recognition and win a chance to be mentored by the best artists of the industry. TotalParticipants:18 Winners: 1. Sharvaree Gokhale (FYBSc) 2. Aaron Dias & Shyam Iyer (SYBA â€“A & TYBMM) 3. Aditya Ramnarayan (SYBMS) 4. Siddharth Shenoy (FYBMM) 5. Anagha
Institutes visited: Saras Dairy Morarka Institute of Organic farming Birla Institute of Research Teachers in Charge: Dr.Rajalakshmi Amudan Mr. Pramod Kamble Students: 50 students from TYBSc and MSc II class
4 Days industrial visit was organised for T.Y.B.Sc and M.Sc part II Students of Biochemistry to Jaipur to make them aware about the industrial environment for future career.
Documentary workshop covered the topics like Basic Videography , Documentary still and Screenplay
Reading of the constitution, screening of clippings of Shyam Benegal's Sanvidhan followed by student's Panel discussion on Capital Punishment
An industrial visit was organized by the Chemistry Department to Jaipur from 24th November 2015 to 28th November 2015.
Kshitij - Mithibai College, 26/11/2015 to 28/11/2015 Student participated in Punch Craft Leaders: CL- Deepa Krishnan ACL- Surabhi Suresh ACL-Gokul krishnan ACL-Vitasta Raina Total participants: 1 Winner: Gargi Hurria (FYBMS)
Talk by Minal Mapuskar, Assistant Professor, Kirti College, Dadar, Mumbai
Fantastic Friday - SIES College , 27/11/2015 An intra college event showcasing and competing against talents of dance and drama. Total Participants: 40 Winners: 1. Solo Dance 1st prize- Mayan Sanker (FYBA C) 2. Solo Dance 2nd prize- Oswin Dâ€™souza 3. Solo Dance 3rd prize- Fedrick Nishant (FYBSc IT) 4. Solo Dance Consolation- Gayatri Gawle (FYBMM) 5. Group Dance- Mayan & Group 6. Group Dance Consolation- Caroline & Group 7. Monoacting 1st prize- Ganesh Thevar 8. Monoacting 2ndprize- Arjun Menon (FYBCom A) 9. Monoacting Consolation- Vidhi Dave 10. Group Drama- Devesh & Group 11. Group Drama Consolation- Srihari & Group
STUDENTS OF S.YB.A.& T.Y.B.A.(HINDI) ALONG WITH PROF. DINESH S. PATHAK VISITED KAWTHEWADI VILLAGE . ON THIS OCCASION THE STUDENTS ORGANISED SEVERAL EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMMES FOR THE SCHOOL STUDENTS OF THE VILLAGE .THE STUDENTS OF COLLEGE TAUGHT THEM ABOUT THE HEALTH ,HYGIENE & CLEANLINESS.THEY ALSO TAUGHT THEM ABOUT THE IMPORTANCE OF MORAL & ETHICAL VALUES OF LIFE BY GIVING EXAMPLES OF NATIONAL FIGURES OF HISTORY.
QUILLING workshop. The students were taught how to make a quills of different shapes and how to make different objects using those shapes.
This is a much awaited event. A large number of students participate enthusiastically. The teaching staff from Junior and Degree college as well as non teaching staff participate and support the event.
Members of audit team inspected the lesson plans and laboratories of the department.
Khwaish - Chandrabhan Sharma College, Powai. 03/12/2015 and 04/12/2015 Participated in Solo Dancing CL: Bhakti Hargunani (FYBA A) ACL: Chitra Pathak (SYBA B) ACL: Krisha Meisheri (FYBSc A) ACL: Jayashankar Jayan (FYBSc CS B) No. of Participants:- 1 Participant reached finals Fredrick Nishant (FYBSc)
Utkarsh - S. K. Somaiya, Vidyavihar, 03/12/2015 to 05/12/2015 Participated in Table Tennis, Doodle Art, Mono Acting, Cricket, Tshirt Painting, Man vs Food, Street Play, Counter Strike, Quiz, Football, Solo Dance, Treasure Hunt, relay, Photography, Story Writing, War of CLs, Shoe Painting, Triathlon, War of DJs CL: Bhavna Bhatia (FYBSc A) ACL: Vidhi Sahni (FYBSc C) No. of Participants: - 7 Winner Details: - 1) Quiz â€“ 2nd prize Mukund Swamyya (FYJC F) Dinesh Morya (FYBSc A) 2) T-shirt Painting â€“ 2nd prize Betsy Kuruvilla (FYBSc D) 3) Mono-Acting â€“ 2nd prize Arjun Menon (FYBCom A)
Career counselling session conducted for BMS students to guide them for planning the career.
IMS institute conducted a workshop on Aptitude Test, Logic and Reasoning Test
Students of TYBSc, Biotechnology Department visited ACTREC. Teacher in charge was Dr. Tara Menon. Working of Real Time PCR, Electron Microscopes and Flow cytometer were demonstrated to the students.
Brahmotsav - Thakur College, Kandivali, 04/12/2015 and 05/12/2015 Participated in Solo Singing, Duet Singing, Mono Acting, Poem Writing, Elocution, Fashion Designing, Quiz, Short Film Making CL: Rajvi Shah (FYBSc D) ACL: Khushboo Rathod (FYBA B) ACL: Gayathri Naidu (FYBA A) No of Participants: - 12 Winner Details: - 1) Short Film Making - 2nd prize (group) Sunder Konar (SYBMM) Arnold Monis (TYBA) Marie M (SYBMM) Prabakar Thangaya (SYBMM) Surya Servai (SYBMM) 2) Quiz - 1st prize Abhijit Nair (FYBA B) Sandesh Padale (TYBA B) 3) Poem Writing â€“ 2nd prize Gayathri Naidu (FYBA B)
Awareness program was organized for the healthy body of every individual.
Lecture on "Communcation skills" by Mr.Joel D’Souza working at Iceagon-A Digital Marketing Agency
Second Term Training Program conducted by DLLE at Sydenham College, Churchgate for Student Manager and Extension Work Coordinator
â€˜Business Dumb Charadesâ€™ was organized for the commerce students requiring them to express financial and economic concepts that proved to be entertaining and enlightening to the participants as well as the audience
Marathi cultural programme where students and staff members sung traditional songs.
Mr. Swapnil Pange, who is a Counselor and is working as a Students-coordinator at Tata Institute of Social Sciences conducted a workshop on Managing Interpersonal Relationships'. 21 TY Psychology students attended the workshop.
The students of commerce association set up a food stall along with sale of accessories during Visions 2015-16 to collect funds for donation towards the cause of Chennai Flood Relief.
Food Stalls were put up by Commerce students and money received by selling food was donated towards Chennai Relief.
HUNGER KILLERS. The members of he EDC cell together had put a stall in two parts. One was quilling Accessories and other was a food counter. Aimed for team harmony and succeed.
The students of commerce association set up a food stall along with sale of accessories during Visions 2015-16 to collect funds for donation towards the cause of Chennai Flood Relief.
Orientation was organized for the students to participate in Stock Mind â€“ 4 Contest organized by ICICI Direct Centre for Financial Learning, which enabled students to practically trade in shares with virtual investment for a period of 7 days.
Poster competition on Forest conservation
The Pearl Academy, with the English Dept. had conducted a workshop on career counseling followed by an aptitude test for third year students.
Aakarshan - MMK College, Bandra, 18/12/2015 to 20/12/2015 Participated in Solo Dance, Duet Dance, Band event, Solo Singing, Rap Event CL: Satyashree Shetty (FYBSc D) ACL: Shreya Mehta (FYBSc D) ACL: Advait Patil (FYBA) ACL: Anamica Dâ€™Souza (SYBA B) No. of Participants: - 11 Winner Details: - Participants qualified for finals 1) Duet Dance Anamica Dâ€™Souza (SYBA B) Bhavna Tejwani (SYBA B) 2) Rap Event Kunal Korpe (FYBSc C)
Dr. Sunil Keswani from National Burn Center addressed the audience (comprising UG and PG students) on the importance of skin donation for treatment of burn victims.
Bridge Course on“Basic Concepts of Structured Query Language” by Sudha.B for FY BSc(IT) students
Dimensions - Kelkar College, Mulund , 19/12/2015 and 20/12/2015 Participated in Poster Making, Mono Acting, Solo Singing CL: Navdeep Kaur (FYBA B) No. of Participants: 3 Winner Details: - Solo Singing â€“ 2nd prize Sharvaree Gokhale (FYBSc)
Department of Microbiology in association with Acubiz Consulting India organized a talk by three Speakers 1) Mr. D. Srikanth (G.M, Abbottts lab), 2) Dr. Sheetal Nair (Corporate head, DSS group), 3) Miss Sandhya Malholtra (Head HR, SRM company) on The way ahead- Corporate perspective.
Mr. Saurabh Rajput was awarded the Best Speaker in the event organised by Dept. of Philosophy, Ramnarain Ruia College, Mumbai
Students of Third Year B.Com were taken to Bombay Stock Exchange to understand its working and operational functions.
Mr. Saurabh Rajput was awarded as the Winner in the debate in the event organised by Dept. of Philosophy, Ramnarain Ruia College, Mumbai
Vigour - Vidyalankar, Wadala , 21/12/2015 and 22/12/2015 Participated in Quiz, Gaming, Dance CL: Jaya Singh (SYBA ) ACL: Satyashree Shetty (FYBSc D) No of Participants: 3 Winner Details: - 1) Quiz â€“ 2nd prize Advait Patil (FYBA B) Abhijeet Nair (FYBA B)
Workshop was conducted in association with NISM to aware the students about the role of capital market in Indian Economy and also the different courses provided by the SEBI.
Guest Lecture on "Big data and Hadoop" by Ms. Meenal Borkar, Project Manager, ufaber Edutech Pvt. Ltd for TY BSc(IT) students
Guest Lecture on "Career Planning and Business Analytics" by Prof.Brijesh Sharma, VES Institute of Management Studies and Research for TY BSc(IT) students
Dr. David Frawley (Shri Vamadeva Shastri) delivered a Guest Lecture to students and invited guests. The Talk was followed by highly intriguing deliberations.
The International service avenue of RCSIES Sion (w) conducted an event to highlight the importance of safeguarding the ozone layer to the younger generation. On the 24th of September 2015, RCSIES Sion (w) made its way to Shiv Shikshan Sanstha School, Sion (W) to hold the event for the students of 5th, 6th, 7th standard.
Mr. Saurabh Rajput of SYBA participated in one day inter collegiate festival organized by the dept. of Political Science of Ramnarain Ruia, College, Matunga, Mumbai
Utsav Aarohan - Ruia College, 2nd to 5th Jan 2016 Participated in Mind Blind Find, The Fault In Our Art, Comic Relief, Natya Mudra, Mr. Ruia, Bollywood Dance, Bollywood Singing, Street Play, Esthetique, Poster Event, Debate, Box Cricket, Rink Football, Table Tennis CL: Satyashree Shetty (FYBSc D) ACL: Vidhi Sahni (FYBSc C) No. of Participants: - 23 Winner Details: - 1) Bollywood Dance - 2nd prize Mayan Sanker (FYBA C) 2) Rink Football - 1st prize Sanket Pradhan (SYBSc C) 3) Table Tennis - 2nd prize Kunal Korpe â€“ (FYBSc C)
Dr. Venkatesh Chari addressed the Third Year students about the higher education and career oppurtunities in United States. It was a very informative lecture for students aspiring for higher studies abroad.
One day training on 8085 microprocessor using the kit to learn the art of writing and executing assembly language programs.
The basic aim of this workshop was to boost the morale of students to now just aim White Collared Jobs in Corporate Sector but to think of owning an entire Business.
'Be a Job Creator Than a Seeker"
9 M.Sc I students visited CETP plant at Koparkhairane, Navi mumbai along with teaching staff Miss. Deepika Tambe to learn the details of Effluent Treatment.
Miss. Meghalakshmi currently doing Ph.D in Germany guided the students of T.Y.B.Sc at 12.13pm about admission process, financial aspects and exams required for perusing Ph.D in biological sciences in Germany.
An aptitude test was conducted by Pearl Academy for Third Year Degree students to point out their work interest and efficiency level.
Ms. Meghalakshmi, currently working with Max Planck Institute adressed the Third Year students about the higher education and career oppurtunities in Europe.
An intercollegiate event conducted by R.C.Patel college. 108 student from F.Y, S.Y. & T.Y. B.Sc students participated.
PTA meet was conducted for parents of T.Y.B.Sc students where 32 out of 35 parents participated. They were briefed about attendance of their child & careers in microbiology
Innovision 11/01/2016 SK Somaiya, Aurobindo Participated in Talent Hunt, Social Lens CL: Krisha Meisheri (FYBSc) No of Participants: - 3 Winner Details: - 1) Talent Hunt Singing - 1st prize Sharvaree Gokhale (FYBSc) 2) Short Film - 1st prize Sunder Konar (SYBMM)
The LLE students participated in the Street Play and Poster Making competitions of the annual LLE UDAAN Fest organised at Gururnanak College, GTB.
LLE students, Chantelle Dsouza, Ketaki Raikar, Sristi Auhad and Sapna Pai participated in Elysium: An Inter-college LLE Competition held by B L Amlani College, Vile Parle
Student Parliament: 12/01/2016 - K.J. Somaiya College, Vidyavihar Participated in Mock Parliament CL: Surjith Nair (FYBA A) ACL: Maya Gandhi (FYBA A) No. of Participants: - 45 Winner Details: - 1) Best Speaker Vinay Nair (TYBA C) Sankalp Akela (FYBA C)
LLE Students participated in the Essay- Writing Competition of Elysium: An Inter-college LLE Competition held by B L Amlani College
The basic idea behind keeping this seminar was to make students aware about to manage business from grass root level.
Seminar on Business Management conducted by Benny Thomas an Entrepreneur idea behind the seminar was to make students aware about the real life tactics to manage a business.
The workshop was conducted for students of TYBA English Literature in order to impart the importance of goal setting in their lives.
The MSc part I students of Biotechnology department visited Sophisticated Analytical Instrumentation Facility (SAIF), IIT. Teachers in charge were Mr. Pramod Kamble. Ms. Subi Yoosuf and Mr. Prajith Nambiar. Working of SEM, Environmental SEM, ESR, LC-MS, GC-MS and MS were demonstrated to the students.
Conducted an informal satirical studentteacher panel discussion on current issues. 2. Students made posters and wrote articles on the value to spread awareness in college.(Dec to Jan)
field trip for UG & PG students
Mumbai Media Champs: Deviprasad Goenka College, Malad (W), 25th to 27th Jan 2016 Participated in Short Story Writing, Quiz, Sketching, Short Film, Column Writing, Documentary CL: Vidhi Sahini (SYBSc C) ACL: Tharwinvikram Nadar (FYBSc C) No. of Participants: - 9 Winner Details: - Short Story Writing - 2nd prize Gayathri Naidu (FYBA A)
A team of three students from F.Y. secured 8th position and a team of S.Y. secured 5th position in the final round of Quiz competition, Microbiolympiad organized by R. C. Patel college, Shirpur Dhule students accompanied by staff members Dr. Pramod Ghogare & MIss. Deepika Tambe
NATIONAL CENTRE FOR QUALITY MANAGEMENT, MUMBAI - BEQET AWARDS â€“ 2015
Two units situated at Vada, District Thane were visited by 24 students of T.Y.B.Sc, 8 students of M.Sc I and 3 students of M.Sc II along with two staff members Dr. Anita DeSouza & Miss Carol Braggs to see fermentor, upstream and downstream process, Effluent treatment plant & packaging of biopharmaceuticals.
PNB Metlife conducted a seminar on Financial Planning and basics of money management for students of Commerce Department..
Talk by Rashmini Koparkar, Ph.D Scholar, JNU, Delhi
Mr. Saurabh Rajput was awarded the Second Place in the event "Lets Rebel" organised by SIES College of Arts, Science & Commerce, Nerul
Ms. Asmita Mokashi, a coordinator for the Project TRIDAL run by Institute for Psychological Health, Thane delivered a lecture on what are the challenges for a patient suffering from Schizophrenia and his/her caregivers. She also elaborated on how TRIDAL, IPH is contributing to rehabilitation of Schizophrenia patients.
Siesons: SIES College, Nerul, 29/01/2016 to 30/01/2016 Participated in Western Duet, Quiz, Bollywood Singing, Drawing, Debate CL: Rajesh Patil (TYBSc A) ACL: Rajvi Chheda (FYBA A) No. of Participants: - 21 Winner Details: - 1) Western Dance - 1st prize Divya Sundaram (TYBA B) Shruthi Nair (FYBA C) 2) Debate - 1st prize Abhijeet Nair (FYBA B) Sandesh Padale (TYBA C) 3) Debate - 2nd prize Hari Iyer (FYBSc B) Saurabh Rajput (SYBA B) 4) Bollywood Singing - 1st prize Sharvaree Gokhale (FYBSc A)
The workshop was organized by Consumer Guidance Society for checking adulteration in Milk, 80 milk samples were checked by a team of 5 members on a portable machine & reports were delivered. Dr. Sitaram Dikshit Director, Consumer Guidance Society, delivered a lecture on adulteration in milk, spices & other consumer items.
Under the directive of Ministry of Corporate Affairs, The Institute of Cost Accountants of India were invited to conduct a lecture to create general awareness about investment for students and staff. Students were also guided about CMA Programme, a professional course on Cost and Management Accounting.
Dr. Priya Vaidya, Asst. Prof. Dept. of Philosophy, University of Mumbai conducted Workshop on Life Skill Development based on Swami Vivekananda's Teachings.
Dr. Manmohan Kohli, Kraft Educational Services delivered a lecture to T.Y. and M.Sc students on careers in biological sciences in Australia and New Zealand, about exams, admission process and financial aspects.
As water is the one of the most basic and important source of life it was extremely important to provide immediate help to drought affected areas in and around Maharashtra. With this motto SIES management had provided monetary support to bring a relief in those affected areas. Details of borewells donated to various drought affected villages in different districts of Maharashtra
It began on 19th of July 2013 from our college to the district named Saswad. We went to 27 villages and distributed sarees. We were privileged to address the students of the schools and key learning was that we realized that the hard work & dedication that those villagers put in, we donâ€™t even put 50% of it. They walk for more than 5kms to come to school. Students were multi-talented, disciplined, cultured, hard working and they had an indomitable will to succeed. In spite of we having so many resources we arenâ€™t able to make the best use of it. This journey changed the perspective of living life & working harder because we just used to compare my life with others here. Problems in the villages are much more than those we face here. They donâ€™t have water supply for at least four months. Struggling for each and everything in their lives, they are just an epitome of passionate people who have a burning desire to succeed
INAUGURATION OF COMPOST PIT IN KAWATHEWADI AND GANESH JAYANTI CELEBRATION
Convener - Dr. George Abraham ISR Committee Members & Student Committee Members
AN ELOCUTION COMPTETITION ORGANISED BY HINDI ASSOCIATION ALONG WITH HINDUSTANI PRACHAR SABHA ON THE TOPIC 'SVAYAM KI ICHCHHA SE MRITYU KA ADHIKAAR' FOR THE STUDENTS OF COLLEGE
A tribute to Kavivarya Shri. Mangesh Padgoankar, 6th February 2015, was organized. Students and staff members read the poems composed by Shri. Padgoankar with critical appreciation of the same and reminisced about him.
Lecture Topic: Waste management in Mumbai By Mrs. Rashmi Joshi Co-coordinator of zero waste campus project by the NGO shrtee mukti saghatan
Students Visited old age home & orphanage to spend quality time with the people there 2. Students made posters and wrote articles on the value to spread awareness in college.
Ambition Learning Solutions in association with Bank of Baroda (Baroda Pioneer Mutual Fund) conducted a one day workshop on “Creating Awareness about Financial Markets for Future Investors” for Commerce students.
This is an innovative method of Teaching and Learning. Two puzzles were solved with Menu for 'Across' and 'Down' given. It was a very successful event .
The TYBSc students of Biotechnology Department visited National Burns Center (NBS), Airoli. Teachers in charge were Mr. Pramod Kamble and Ms. Subi Yoosuf. The students were taken to the Skin Bank, R and D section, Orthopedic department and Pathological lab of NBS.
The MSc I students of Biotechnology Department visited Radiation Medicine Center (RMC), Parel. Teachers in charge: Dr. Tara Menon and Mr. Prajith Nambiar. The students were given hands on training for PCR, ELISA and Flow cytometry.
Indian School of Design and Innovation. To make students aware about the "design innovation" Organized by EDC
An event conducted for TYBSc students on 10th February 2016, four puzzles were solved and this helped in greater retention of the mnemonics of 8085 microprocessor.
The visit provided an exposure of the activities shipment and cargo uploading etc. and also o look into some major cargo ships of the nation.
d) The Department of History, Politics and Economics jointly organised the visit to ‘Indira Dock’, at Mazgaon, an important Dock since the Colonial period
Paradigm 12/02/2016, Guru Nanak Khalsa, Matunga Participated in Debate CL: Abhishek Mishra (SYBSc A) ACL: Dhiraj Panda (TYBSc IT) No. of Participants: - 2
Hashtag from 15/02/2016 to 17/02/2016, Mithibai, Vile Parle Participated in Quiver of Quills, Pitch Perfect, The Sixth String CL: Sapna Iyer (FYBMM) ACL: Isha Nirbhan (SYBMS) ACL: Shree Hari Nair (SYJC) ACL: Harsh (FYBSc A) No of Participants: - 3 Participants reached finals in Quiver of Quills & Pitch Perfect.
ONE DAY WORKSHOP ON CLOUD CAMPUS WITH HAND-ON USING MICROSOFT AZURE
Meter Down 16/02/2016 and 17/02/2016, R. D. National, Bandra Participated in Rink Football, Ad Mania, Solo Dance, Band Event, Solo Singing, Actor Hunt, Campus' Princess CL: Jagdeep Singh (FYBSc IT) ACL: Shaikh Seema Abdul Rashid (FYBSc IT) No. of Participants: - 9 Winner Details: - Actor Hunt - 1st prize Ganesh Thevar (SYBSc IT)
On 18th February, the Debate Association had organized a debate in both Hindi and English for students of Degree College on the topic of 'Increasing Intolerance in India'. The judge for the event was Dr. Lakshmi Muthukumar, HOD, Dept. of English.
SPOKEN TUTORIAL FOR FYBSc STUDENTS ON BASIC JAVA
ï‚§Field Visit to Saguna Baug for TYBA students to familiarize them with concepts of Ecotourism and Eco-feminism
SPOKEN TUTORIAL FOR SYBSc STUDENTS ON JAVA WITH NETBEANS.
The TYBSc and MSc part I students of Biotechnology department visited Sula Wines, Nashik. Teachers in charge were Mr. Pramod Kamble, Mr. Prajith Nambiar and Ms. Anju James. Details about the wine fermentation, fermentation vessels, storage of wine in oak barrels and bottling of wine were explained to the students.
Literature students taken to Prithvi Theatre for a performance of play "Dance Like a Man", Dir. Lillete Dubey
A one day visit was organized for Third Year B.Com students to a plastic water slide manufacturing company, enabling them to understand basic manufacturing process and costing techniques.
The Department of Chemistry organized a Popular Science Lecture Series on â€œCrystal Field Theoryâ€ delivered by Dr. Dimple Dutta, Scientific Officer (F), Chemistry Division, Bhabha Atomic Research Centre, Mumbai on Saturday, 20th February 2016 at 2.00 pm in Multi-media Room in collaboration with Indian Women Scientists' Association. Fifty nine 56 UG and PG students of our college attended the lecture. It was inaugurated by our Principal Dr. Harsha Mehta. Welcome address and introduction of speaker was given by the Head of Department of Chemistry, Shri. Shabbir H. Bohra. Dr. Dimple Dutta started her lecture with basics of Valance Bond Theory, Hybridization, Molecular Orbital Theory and then gave thorough inside of Crystal Field Theory and its applications. It was well received by the UG and PG students of our college and they expressed their desire to have few more lectures on Crystal Field Theory, Quantum Chemistry and Nuclear Magnetic Resonance. Vote of thanks was proposed by Shri. Shekar Aiyar.
SPOKEN TUTORIAL FOR TYBSc STUDENTS ON PHP AND MYSQL.
Zest from 22/02/2016 to 24/02/2016, ADMI, Kalina Participated in Face Painting, War Photography, Singing, Stats Quiz, Treasure Hunt CL: Shubham Katariya (TYBSc A) ACL: Parag Desai (FYBA B) ACL: Sunder Konar (SYBMM) ACL: Anmol Datta (SYBA A) No. of Participants: - 12 Winner Details: - 1) Face Painting 1st prize Vidya Nadar (TYBSc C) 2nd prize Parag Desai (FYBA B) 2) War Photography 1st prize Parag Desai (FYBA B) 2nd prize Shubham Katariya (TYBSc A) 3) Stats Quiz 2nd prize Pooja Muralidharan (TYBSc A) Abhishek Vardharaja (TYBSC A) 3rd prize Anisha James (TYBSc A) Lokesh Moorti (TYBSc A) 4) Treasure Hunt 2nd prize Pooja Muralidharan (TYBSc A) Abhishek Vardharaja (TYBSc A) Anisha James (TYBSc A) Lokesh Moorti (TYBSc A)
ï‚§Literature students participated in the Inter-college Black History Month Poetry Competition run by American Centre, BKC. Our students won the first, fourth and fifth positions in the competition.
As apart of commemoration of 125 years of the legacy of Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar. The Department of History, Politics and Philosophy jointly organised an Elocution and a Debating competition, ‘Mooknayak to Loknayak: re-engaging in Dr. Ambedkar`s Legacy’
â€œGrowth and Trends of Financial Derivative in Indiaâ€ by Mr Rakesh Nair from Bombay Stock Exchange.
A guest lecture by Dr. Neeraj Hatekar; Director, Department of Economics, University of Mumbai, To make the students aware regarding the nationalist approach of India during the colonial rule and in the Twenty First Century.
A state level â€œWorkshop on Problem Solving in Chemistry for NET / SET aspirantsâ€ was organized by the Department of Chemistry on Sunday, 28th February 2016 to commemorate the National Science Day. 123 participants have attended and benefitted from this workshop. The workshop was inaugurated by our dynamic principal Dr. Harsha Mehta with lighting of lamp and Ganesh vandana by S.Y.B.Sc. student Mr. Sujit Kumar. The participants were welcomed by Mr. S. H. Bohra, Head Department of Chemistry and compered by Dr. Pallavi Roy. The speakers Dr. Gajanan Rashinkar, Department of Chemistry, Shivaji University, Kolhapur and Dr. H. A. Parbat, Department of Chemistry, Wilson College, Mumbai were introduced by Ms. Mahalaxmi Nadar. Mr. M. R. Bhatia, Ex. Vice Principal and Head Department of Chemistry, Ms. Uma Palkar and Mr. K. Balakrishnan had also graced the occasion. Total eleven teaching staff members along with six non-teaching staff members from the department were present. Dr. Gajanan Rashinkar vividly explained in Session I the paper pattern, method of study and time management skills. He also discussed about the essential qualities required in an aspirant to qualify NET/SET examinations. He also motivated the participants by giving real life examples of other candidates who had qualified NET/SET under his guidance. He explained the students about the importance of quantitative analysis of previous years question papers and based on that he discussed the specific areas to focus upon in order to successfully qualify the examination. At the end he gave hints to identify a couple of important name reactions and the way the questions on them had been asked in previous years. Dr. H. A. Parbat during the session II gave inputs on ways to prepare for the physical chemistry portion of the NET examination, with special reference to Quantum Chemistry. He gave tips to solve various questions on Eigen values, Operators, application of Hamiltonian and Schrodinger wave equation. He also threw light on calculation of degeneracy of orbitalâ€™s including ESR. Vote of thanks was proposed by Mr. Santosh Tiwari to acknowledge the efforts put in by all colleagues in the department (both teaching and non-teaching) and TYBSc students. The overwhelming participation from all over the state was the outcome of the first initiative taken by the department by designing an online application form for carrying out the registration process and creating a link in the college website as www.siesascs.edu.in/netchemworkshop thus making the approach more easily accessible all over the state and publicizing through social media platforms. The feedback from the participants were excellent and stated that they would be eagerly looking forward to have such more workshops in near future.
SIES College Past Studentsâ€™ Initiative- Installation of solar panels in our adopted village, Kawthewadi project implemented by Larsen & Toubro under CSR
ï‚§The movie â€œDance Like a Manâ€ was screened for TYBA students followed by a discussion
Shri Bhuvendra Tyagi delivered a lecture on the topic 'Samkaleen Samaj ke vividh sandarbh aur Ambedakar’
CMS INSTITUTE CONDUCTED A CAMPUS ROUND FOR TYBSc STUDENTS.
One day Demonstration-cum training program on â€œDesigning of Electronic Circuits and Etching on Printed Circuit Board(PCB)â€ organised for the students of M.Sc. (Physics) both Part I and Part II , helps them in making circuits for their projects in embedded system.
Guest Lecture on "Geographic Information Systems" by Ms. Pournima Bhangale, Co-ordinator,Department of Information Technology,Vaze College,Mulund
It is a 5-day (nearly 24 hours)workshop conducted from 4th April to 9th April 2016 for the students of FY and SY BSc
The report of activities conducted in the department, staff and students achivements.
"By the staff, for the staff" is a newly introduced way of sharing knowledge wherein a talk is delivered by a faculty member to the colleagues in the department. The talk will on the research work undertaken or about the details of the seminar/workshop the faculty member participated. The second talk was by Dr. Vishal dev Ashok on "Waste and its management".
Enigma - Podar College, Matunga - 05/08/2015 to 08/08/2015 Participated in Group Dance, Storytelling, Online Photography, Rag to Riches, Model Making, Paint Without a Brush, Actor Hunt, Classical Dance, Bollywood Singing, Western Singing, CS 1.6, Face Painting, Fine Arts Quest, Montage Making, Mr. & Ms. Enigma, Dark Room Game, Treasure Hunt, Rink Football, Product Shoot & Street Dance Battle CL: Anish Matthew (SYBA) ACL: Kavitha Shaj (SYJC) No of Participants: -58 Winner Details: - Rag to Riches- 2nd prize 1. Navdeep Kaur (FYBA B) 2. Nameeta Samant (SYBSc B) 3. Kavitha Shaj (SYJC) Fine Arts Quest 2nd prize 1. Rugwed Kulkarni (TYBMM) 2. Kavitha Shaj (SYJC) Classical Dance 3rd prize- 1. Kavitha Shaj (SYJC) Paint Without a Brush 2nd prize- 1. Kavitha Shaj (SYJC) Actor Hunt 1st prize- 1. Kavitha Shaj (SYJC) Online Photography 2nd prize- 1. Parag Desai (FYBA) Montage Making 2nd prize- 1. Rugwed Kulkarni (TYBMM) Mr. Enigma 3rd prize- 1. Ishan Chavan (FYBA C)
A Quiz was conducted by Mr. Snehashis Panda on English Television Serials
â€œSnapolishâ€- An event for those who wished to learn how to touch up the edges, adjust the tones and blur the background of an image using the most efficient photo-editing tool, Adobe Photoshop CS3.