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.
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.