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.