The Free Press Journal in collaboration with the Department of Mass Media, conducted interview come webinar for the students and corporates moderated by Shri R. N. Bhaskar and streamed live on YouTube on the topic: "Danfoss: Enabling a Green Transformation" on 3rd August, 2021, panelist Mr. Ravichandran Purushothaman – President of Danfoss India Region with viewership of 4,643.
The Department of English of SIES College of Arts, Science and Commerce, Autonomous, Sion (W) organized a National Webinar -"Cultural Trauma, Biopolitics and Precarious Lives in the 21st Century" by Dr. Pramod K. Nayar on 7th August, 2021. The event started at 4:50 p.m. and concluded at 6:30 p.m. in the evening and a total number of 244+ attendees participated in the webinar and 30+ people viewed the webinar on YouTube. Students, Professors and Research Scholars pan-India as well as across India actively participated in the event. Dr. Pramod K. Nayar, the speaker spoke about a specific form of cultural trauma connected with biopolitics i.e., Posthuman Trauma. Dr. Nayar explained the meanings of terms such as Cultural Trauma and Citizenship, Biopolitics, Eco Precarity, and Precarious Corporeality with the aid of a PowerPoint Presentation. He further elaborated his points by giving real-life and contemporary examples of books and movies. The second part of the event was a Q&A session with the speaker, students raised important and intriguing questions which were answered by Dr. Nayar. A vote of thanks was raised applauding everyone who contributed in making the National Webinar possible.
The Free Press Journal in collaboration with the Department of Mass Media, conducted interview come webinar for the students and corporates moderated by Shri R. N. Bhaskar and streamed live on YouTube on the topics: “Vision for the Textile Industries” on 10th August, 2021, panelist Mr. Mohit Jain, Executive Vice President, Indo Count Industries and Mr. Kailash Lalpuria, CEO, Indo Count Industries with viewership of 3,940.
The Data Summit was a national level competition conducted from 13th August to 16th August 2021. In all 46 teams participated each consisting of atmost two participants. The teams were divided into two groups- Under-graduates and Post-graduates. These two groups were judged separately. The competition consisted of two main events. The first event was called “Clash of Visualisers”. Teams had to prepare graphs or diagrams for the given dataset and draw inferences out of it. Event 1 was a qualifier round for Event two. It was judged by Mr. Salim Shaikh, Senior Manager at HDFC Bank. Event 2 was named “Analytics”. The qualifying teams were given a new dataset for analysing and had to present the findings in 24 hours. This event was judged by Dr. Leela Subramanian and Dr. P. P. Khandeparkar, ex-faculties of SIES College. Following were winners from Under-graduates: First Prize: Tanish Telisara (NMIMS University, Mumbai) Second Prize: Joshua Miranda (St. Xavier’s College, Mumbai) Following were winners from Under-graduates: First Prize: Nihaar Thakkar & Yogita Chavan (SIES College of ASC, Mumbai) Second Prize: Nathania Fernandes & Anjali Warrier (St. Xavier’s College, Mumbai)
A Popular Science lecture organized by Indian Women Scientists’ Association (IWSA) jointly with SIES College of Arts, Science & Commerce College (Autonomous), Mumbai. The main objective of the webinar series was to introduce the participants to the preparation of soil mix, Home composting, and techniques of regrowing plants from plant par
The Department of Mass Media of SIES College of Arts, Science, and Commerce, Sion (W),(Autonomous) conducted the part 2 of the Documentary and Ad Film Making Training Programme Lecture Series on 25th August, 2021 for the students of SYBAMMC and TYBAMMC. The workshop was headed by Mr. Akash Purswani. The purpose of this series is to educate students about documentaries and ad films, their types and how to go about the process, from ideation to creation.
Proper management of waste is important for building sustainable and liveable cities, but it remains a challenge for many developing countries and cities. Areas with developing economies often experience exhausted waste collection services and inadequately managed and uncontrolled dumpsites. Thus, commemorating 75th Year of India’s Independence, “Azadi Ka Amrut Mahotsav”, Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC), Mumbai jointly organized a webinar on “BARC technologies for solid waste management through biological route” with SIES College of Arts, Science & Commerce College (Autonomous), Mumbai (Sponsored by Department of Atomic Energy (DAE), Government of India)