Sarla Anil Modi School of Economics came 6th out of 90 colleges which participated in UMANG 2017 hosted by NM College of Commerce and Economics
The The first event for this academic year by Junoon was the one and a half hour belly dance workshop, held on 19th August 2017. It was conducted by Punya Kakkar, a third year student of SAMSOE itself. Punya has been self-trained in the art and taught her skills to approximately 25 students who enthusiastically attended the held workshop. The response was overwhelming with people looking forward for more such activities being held by The Performing Arts Club.
o The debate and MUN Society SAMSOE organised it's annual Intra-college debate on 5th August 2017. We saw participation from 22 students for the same. The students debated on various topics including, "THBT Hactivism is an acceptable form of protest", " THBT surge pricing is a veil used by companies to overcharge customers and "THW allow the use of performance enhancing drugs". The esteemed panel of judges included Dr. Esha Khanna, Dr. Rohit Muraleedharan, Professor Sneha Thayyil and Professor Anand. Akshat Nagori, from SYB was adjudged the best speaker for the motion and Gokul Pisharody, from SYA was the best speaker against the motion. Akshat Nagori and Vedarshi Shastry from SY were adjudged the best team. Vidit Dugar and Saru Pruthi were the moderators of the event.
o Shastrarth selection for Sarla Anil Modi School of Economics conducted on 23rd August 2017. Dr. Esha Khanna, Dr. Rohit Muraleedharan were the judges and Saru Pruthi and Ayan Sarkar were the moderators of the event.
The Movie Club (Ottake) held a screening of the 1980 hit comedy, “Airplane!” on the 26th of August, 2017. The movie was screened at 1.25 pm in room 904. “Airplane!” was a satirical parody of the airplane disaster movies of the time, which depicts the story of crew of an airplane are struck by a virus and the fate of the passenger depended on an ex-war pilot who was the only one able to land the plane safety.
Sports are the best way to find joy in hectic schedule and also to learn vital skills of competition and team-efforts and that’s what SAMSOE Sports club strives to provide to the students. For last 5 years, SAMSOE Sports club has been organizing inter-college football competition, which has seen increasing participation every year. The event is typically help in February. Over the academic year, intra-college competition for Chess, Carrom, Table tennis and Basketball are organized. Club official and faculty in-charge take continuous efforts to increase the number of sports experiences that club will have for student members
The New Zealand India Sustainability Challenge is a competition for Indian students to come up with innovative and sustainable solutions to problems faced by their communities. It is organised by Study in New Zealand, and winners of the competition will get the opportunity to do an internship in 3 New Zealand universities: the University of Canterbury, the University of Otago and the University of Waikato. The Challenge is being implemented in India in association with The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI), a leading think tank dedicated to conducting research for sustainable development of India and the Global South. Over 150 teams from all over the country participated in the initial online round.
2 teams from our college made it to the Regional Round, which was held on 13-14th September 2017 at KJ Somaiya College, Vidyavihar (East), Mumbai.
Team 1: Dhwani Nanavati and Ajay Jagani
Team 2: Saru Pruthi and Vidit Dugar
Performed really well in ARTHANOMICS hosted by Jai Hind college on the 8th and 9th of September.
Total no. of students participated- 8
We got podium finishes for the following
• 2nd position - tessellate
Anushka Goenka and Himanshu Sarda
• 2nd position- crime and catastrophe
Anushka Goenka and Himanshu Sarda