Meeting of the Board of Studies of Commerce under Autonomy for passing syllabus and evaluation pattern.
The movie 'Emma' was screened for the students of SYBA and TYBA and there was a discussion after that.
80Students from Amboli public School and Union Public School attended the first workshop in introduction of Foldscope.
Inauguration of Commerce Association activities with a dynamic lecture on "Change Management" by CA Krishnamurthy Suryanarayan, Head, Africa Finance and Treasury, Godrej Ltd.
Ms. Shama Todurkar, Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology, gave a lecture on 'Freudian and Jungian Psychoanalysis' to TYBA English Literature students.
On the occasion of Aashadhi Ekadashi students sang various devotional songs(abhangas) the audience were filled with devotion. Music is one of the easier path to god. Students also performed dance on devotional songs. Students of junior college participated with lot of enthusiasm
The film Mona Lisa Smile was screened for Degree College students and was followed by a discussion.
The NSS unit of SIES College of Arts, Science and Commerce, in association with the Marrow Donor Registry (India) under TATA Trust Project conducted a Stem Cell Donation Camp in the College premises and successfully registered 232 donors.
Ms. Tanuja Chaturvedi, an FTII Alumni and a visiting faculty at the Whistling Woods International and XIC, Mumbai delivered a lecture on "Appreciating Cinema in the Context of Changing Socio-Economic Paradigm"
The First event of Commerce Association 18-19 in collaboration with The Value Lab is named 'Team Mania'. Following the Monthly Value of The Value Lab the event was based on the value 'Team Work' and was open to all streams for participation. Team Mania event had 3 rounds and there were 20 teams who had participated.
Ms. Laxmi Natraj's novel ' A Bride, A Murder and a Trail of Blood' was released and followed by a Career Symposium at which Ms. Rachna Tyagi, Senior Correspondent, The Week, Ms. Sangeeta Balachandran, Actress, Scriptwriter and Director, and Mr. Raamesh Raghavan, poet and entrepreneur spoke on various career choices after graduation.
Praja Foundation is a non-partisan organisation working towards accountable governance. This programme was organized to orient students towards Praja's initiatives and especially its Fellowship Programme to assist Municipal Councillors in creating good governance.
Ms. Anmol Dutta, ex-student from the batch of 2016-17 interacted with the current batch of TYBA Literature students .
31st July - Premchand Jayanti was celebrated . On this occasion the movie 'Shatranj ke khiladi ' was screened and a discussion by faculty & students followed.
a guest lecture organized by Hindi Dept. on the topic 'Nari Vimarsh va Hindi Kavita' by Dr. Rajam Natrajan.
renowned poet Dr. Rajam Natrajan was invited by the Dept. in 'Kavi se miliye' Programme. she recited few of her well acclaimed poems. later the students of TYBA interviewed her.
Actors Ms. Jui and Actor Mr. Ms. Jui spoke about her experience in Marathi Industry. She was recently screened in a reality show 'Big Boss'. She mentioned that Big Boss was not scripted but very well edited. Students asked both the actors a lot of questions. It was a very interactive session. Students are always fascinated about the glamorous cine world hence the program was very well received.
A Bilingual Self Composed Poetry Recitation Competition was organized by English & Hindi Dept. Jointly. well known poet & journalist Mr. Arni Narendran was the Guest of Honor. total 22 participants participated in the programme. Afreen Sultana, Henna Haria & Charmi Gala stood I, II & III Winners Respectively.
BMM students took part in an interview for NDTV Spotlight with the crew of the film "Paltan".
Guest lecture on "Evolution of Marathi Politics in Sanyukt Maharashtra" delivered by Dr. Deepak Pawar, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Civics & Politics, University of Mumbai
A group of people from experimental theater performed a drama on the theme of ' Atmashodh'. It was first time that the vangmay mandal arranged a live performance. It was a different experience for the audience to engage in thought provoking activity.
Bhondla is a traditional activity especially for the Maharashtrians. Especially females come togather sing, dance with socially relevant songs. Since its origin dates back to early times songs describing the home scenario are typically sung.