Month September, Academic Year : 2017-2018   
  • Date:- 08/09/2017
    Organized By:- rotract club

    Funds were raised for the same between the 8th of September to the 13th of September by the hard work of the members of RCSIES-CE and the generous willingness of those who contributed. The funds raised amounted to an astonishing RS.1, 60,000. Huge funds were also raised by other Rotaract clubs who came forward to help after the news was made viral.



  • Date:- 08/09/2017
    Organized By:- placement committee

    Hinduja College conducted Deloitte placement drive and 1 student was selected.



  • Date:- 14/09/2017
    Organized By:- womens� development cell

    A talk on women and media was organised by WDC for students and faculty members on 14th Sept.



  • Date:- 15/09/2017
    Organized By:- rotract club

    • A team of 6 players in total was allowed to register in which 2 players had to be there for substitution both for Frisbee as well as Futsal Mania. • A registration amount of Rs.180 was charged for Ultimate Frisbee and Rs.300 for Futsal Mania per team. • On day the field was set up by our volunteers and the event was conducted. • Futsal had knock out rounds on both 15th and 16th September and a league for Frisbee was arranged only on 15th September.



  • Date:- 15/09/2017
    Organized By:- womens� development cell

    A self defense training program was organised by WDC for students on 15th Sept. The trainer was Mr. Vijay Patil



  • Date:- 18/09/2017
    Organized By:- bachelor of management studies (bms)

    A Knowledge Workshop on Wealth Management was organised by Ms. Fleur Dsouza, BMS faculty on Monday, 18th September 2017 at the college's Career Fest DISHA 2017. It was organized as part of the curriculum of BMS Finance specialization and was attended by students of SYBMS and TYBMS. Ms. Saniah Baig, Manager, Membership (Family Offices) and Ms. Foram Sheth, Assistant Manager - Knowledge Management at Association of International Wealth Management of India (AIWMI) conducted the workshop in the college Auditorium. The topics covered during the workshop were Meaning of Wealth Management and Private Banking, Wealth management needs of HNIs, Products and Services, Onshore and Offshore Wealth management, Career opportunities in the sector, etc. The workshop provided new insights to students regarding a niche area of Finance. Post-workshop, The Association also offered Internship opportunities to the students in various domains.



  • Date:- 21/09/2017
    Organized By:- rotract club

    • A desk was set up in the college campus to show support towards peace. • A plain white cloth and different shades of water colors were placed. People willing to show support towards peace would leave a palm print of any color on the white cloth. • Thus, the final result was a cloth full of palm-prints with the logo of peace in the middle.



  • Date:- 22/09/2017
    Organized By:- rotract club

    • Sanjana Sharma –A world renowned Belly dancer with International recognition who is also a senior dance instructor at Kohl Belly Dance Movement was invited to conduct the Belly dancing session. • The Instructor started the event by introducing herself, her passion for belly dancing and importance of belly dance and taught the students some basic belly dance moves.



  • Date:- 22/09/2017
    Organized By:- womens� development cell

    WDC SIES CE in collaboration with Majlis has organised 'Expression' for students on 22nd Sept 2017.



  • Date:- 22/09/2017
    Organized By:- womens development cell

    WDC has organised a cultural competition for students in association with MAJLIS . The various events were Rangoli, elocution, recitation and poster making. The theme of the competition was what is your yes and what is your no.



  • Date:- 23/09/2017
    Organized By:- speaker's forum

    The 53rd A.D. Shroff Memorial Elocution Competition was organised by the Speakers' forum of SIES College of Commerce and Economics on 23rd September, 2017.



  • Date:- 25/09/2017
    Organized By:- womens development cell

    A 2 hour session on constitutional rights and uniform civil code was organised by WDC in association with IQAC on 25th Sept 2017. Ms. Audrey D'Mello from Majlis was the speaker. The program was a huge success and more than 100 students attended the session.



  • Date:- 25/09/2017
    Organized By:- students counselling committee

    Students' counselling committee in association with IQAC has organised a workshop on cyber safety and youth for the students. The speaker was Mr. Ritesh Bhatia, a cyber security expert. The session was successful in creating awareness among students on cyber safety.



  • Date:- 27/09/2017
    Organized By:- womens� development cell

    To improve the functional English of vernacular medium students a session was organised by WDC. The resource person was Ms. Manisha Sridhar



  • Date:- 28/09/2017
    Organized By:- rotract club

    The project was all about school flashback where we made members play games which we used to play during childhood.  The event started with our first game being langdi  Members were divided into groups of two and each group was handled by one chairperson respectively  The denner had to hop and catch the runners and couldn’t rest his/her other feet on the floor; if a runner was caught he/she would then become the denner.



  • Date:- 28/09/2017
    Organized By:- womens� development cell

    A talk on cyber bullying was organised by WDC on 28th Sept. The speaker was Ms. Nirali Bhatia.



  • Date:- 29/09/2017
    Organized By:- rotract club

    • Mr.Prathamesh Bandekar- A Professional Zumba fitness Instructor took the workshop .He started the Event by introducing the dance form, its need and importance. • After an electrifying Zumba session, he gave some tips to stay healthy and fit.



  • Date:- 29/09/2017
    Organized By:- womens development cell

    A session on sexual harassment: Responses and remedies was organised by WDC and ICC on 29th Sept 2017 in the auditorium. The speaker for the event was Adv. Nausheen from Majlis.



  • Date:- 20/09/2018
    Organized By:- commerce forum

    As part of its extra-curricular activities, SIES-C&E organised its annual career guidance festival, ‘DISHA-The Edu-tainment Fiesta.’ Through Disha, we strive to provide a platform to enrich the lives of the youth by educating them about the myriad career opportunities- mainstream and off beat by conducting a relevant seminars and workshops. Apart from this, we also organised various competitions to provide interested students with a platform to exhibit their skills and talents, and be judged. These competitions were infused with trends of the day, and a criterion which put to test the participants’ aesthetic, physical, mental, ethical and vocational skills. This year, Disha was scheduled for 18 th -20 th September 2017. However, due to heavy downpour, we had to reschedule the events of 20 th September to 23 rd September. Disha 2017 embraced the dawn of new age careers to help students gain a competitive edge and to make them aware of the resources at hand to achieve efficiency and potential.