The department of Biochemistry in collaboration with Center for excellence, SIES College had organized a two day workshop 'Basic skills in Microsoft office' for TYBSc on 6th February and 2nd Marchn 2020. Biochemistry (3 Units) .MS Office being the most widely used application around the world, every student /working professional needs hands-on knowledge to complete his tasks effectively. In this course, the participants were introduced to MS Word , MS Excel and MS PowerPoint.
A Guest lecture on “Role of Data Analytics in Economics” by Dr Sandhya Krishnan, Alumni and Assistant Professor, Meghnad Academy of Economics was conducted on 3rd February 2020.
The Department of Biotechnology conducted a program on empathy which was the value for the month of February. The program saw active participation by both the UG and PG students. The SYBSc students recited poems focusing on the issues of bullying in colleges. The FY students presented on the deterioration of marine life and stressed upon the reason why one should be empathetic towards the same. The TY students chose and spoke on the topic being empathetic towards people suffering from rare genetic disorders. They shared their views on the same through a group song The post graduate students spoke on the issues faced by the population belonging to the third gender and how one needs to show empathy towards them and treat them with respect. The session was moderated by Mr Sampat Sambasivan, Asst. Professor, Department of Economics.
‘Towards Better Governance’ where students of SYBA (Politics) made presentations based on local surveys and assessment of Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai’s (MCGM) Central Complaints Registration System (1912). This was a collaborative effort with Praja Foundation.
A detailed lecture on how to choose a topic, write a title , and report scientific findings were taught to students with precise examples of each. Thus the speaker Dr. Mrinalini Purandare made it simple for the students to understand and also raised their curiosity in conducting research.
Students of Food Technology and Nutraceuticals presented a Food stall “Nutra Bazaar” at the International Conference on Natural Products – Quality, Safety and Efficacy organized by SIES College of Arts, Science and Commerce, of the new nutraceutical products developed by the students in their ‘New Product Development’ project.
Students of Food Technology and Nutraceuticals presented a Food stall “Nutra Bazaar” at the 'Two day International Conference on Natural Products – Quality, Safety and Efficacy' organized by SIES College of Arts, Science and Commerce, of the new nutraceutical products developed by the students in their ‘New Product Development’ project.
9 M.Sc (II) students attended and presented posters in the International Conference on ‘Natural Products: Quality, Safety &Efficacy’, held on 6-7th march 2020 at SIES College of Arts, Science &Commerce.
Students were informed of different career opppurtunities that lie ahead after they pursue their graduation and post graduation degree. They were also informed of various post graduate courses available.
As a prelude to ‘Ba Bapu Bagh’, the Department of Philosophy conducted an Intercollegiate Essay Writing Competition on the topic 'I want to _____ Gandhi'.
Two Day National Seminar on 'Gandhi's Writings on Indian Culture', organized by Maulana Abul Kalam Azad Institute of Asian Studies (MAKAIAS), Kolkata, an Autonomous Body under Ministry of Culture, Govt. of India, in association with Department of Philosophy, SIES College, on 27th and 28th February, 2020.
Guest lecture by Fr. Lancy Prabhu on 'J.Krishnamurthi - Finding the right vocation- what one loves'. The resource person highlighted the importance of finding one's passion in life, to make the rational choices.