Bridge course was conducted on Integration for SYBSc students by Leela S for SYBSc students . 45 students attended the bridge course.
Bridge course was conducted on Integration for TYBSc students by Leela S for SYBSc students . 25 students attended the bridge course.
Bridge course was conducted on Summation of Series for TYBSc students by Leela S for SYBSc students . 25 students attended the bridge course.
Dept. Philosophy, Wilson College and Literature Live! 360@Campus organized an interactive session with Prof. John Gray, Political Philosopher and Writer on ‘Critique of John Rawls’ Theory of Justice within the Liberal Framework’ and by Mr. Arvind Subramanian, Chief Economic Advisor, Government of India on ‘Human Literature helps understand Economic Development in Society’
Seminar on “Ethical Hacking” by Prof.Yasir for SYBSc(IT).
1.Case Study Analysis Session on Trolley Problem, Business Ethics, Capital Punishment. FYBA, SYBA and TYBA students participated.
Two day Training programme in C++ was conducted on 19th and 21st November 2016 to enhance programming skills.
Dr. Sudha Asthana, Lecturer, Department of Botany delivered a lecture on Legal Empowerment and Notion of Justice on 21st November 2016. Students participated in One Minute Wisdomactivity in which a student enacted like Socrates probing questions to participants and to members in the audience.
2. Guest Lecture on Legal Empowerment and Notion of Justice by Dr. Sudha Asthana. All students from different streams Total- 25 participants.
• 19, 20, 21-11-16- Industrial visit by TYBA students to Silwasa along with Commerce students
Two day training programme in MS-Access was conducted by Dr. Aarti Muley Iyer on 23rd November 2016 and 26th November 2016 for two different batches of students. A total of 27 students were benefitted.
Movie screening “The Man who Knew Infinity” based on the life of the legendary mathematician Ramanujan
ICSSR Sponsored Two-Day National Seminar on Human Security in India: Issues, Challenges & Responses on 25th-26th November 2016. The Seminar was an attempt to focus on the most critical areas of non-traditional security. The Seminar was a judicious mix of theory-building, conceptual arrangements and expositions on human security along with some interesting case studies across domains of energy security, water security among other important themes.
Mr. Narayan Thakur explained the notion of Cinema and the students under the subject – Understanding Cinema screened movies produced by them
Four day Training programme in 8085 Microprocessor for TYBSc was conducted mainly to enhance the logical thinking and develop programming skills.