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Live project in conjunction with 'PRAJA', an NGO

Students of S.Y.B. Sc. Economics conducted a project with PRAJA on the Complaint Redressal Mechanism of MCGM.

The objectives of the project were:

  • To understand the complaint redressal mechanism of MCGM and also to find out the loopholes in the system.
  • To create awareness among the citizens about the centralized complaint redressal mechanism of MCGM (1916).
  • To understand MCGM and how the system functions.

The aim of the activity was:

  • By the end of the activity, each student should be able to understand how exactly the MCGM Complaint Redressal Mechanism functions from a practical point of view.
  • The project was conducted in Semester IV from August 2015 to March 2016.
  • At the end of the project the students gave a presentation and submitted a report.

Social Service Club - Awareness Drive

It is a well -established fact that adolescents need to be given timely lessons on human sexuality, as it lays the foundations for them to better understand the physical and psychological changes they go through, and also learn to cope with problems commonly associated with teenage. However, as the curriculum in schools is not adequately designed to meet these needs, today's adolescents remain uninformed in this domain.

In light of this fact, the community service club of the Sarla Anil Modi School of Economics (SAMSOE), NMIMS, had undertaken a sex education drive for Students of class VII and VIII in Manilal Sunderji Mun. U.P. Tamil School by Miss Chhaya from a NGO called Vacha. The session was divided into two parts first the group of 70 girls were guided upon the physical and mental changes that take place in a girl’s body as she enters puberty and later the mentor spoke about the types of touch and created awareness regarding the social injustice towards women in society.

The second part to the session was a question answer round where the girls could ask any question without any fear on any topic that affects them. Many girls came up and asked questions and helped it make an interactive session. The girls got to learn various things that they were reluctant to even talk about at the start of the session.

Farewell for T.Y. B.Sc. Economics

The Sarla Anil Modi School of Economics hosted its Farewell on the 2nd of April, 2016. The farewell started with a welcome speech addressing all students followed by a stand-up comedy acting by juniors. "Guess who” game with appropriate tittles were played with seniors. Students were gifted mementoes and a year book from school. There were speeches from departing students. A small movie was made and presented by first year students depicting their memories at SAMSOE.A farewell cake was cut followed by a message speech from our Respected Associate Dean. This was followed by high tea. The students thoroughly enjoyed the session.

Fury Futsal 2016

‘FURY FUTSAL’ inter-collegiate football competition organized by SAM-SOE was held at Jamnabai Narsee ground on March 05 & 06, 2016. Championship trophy won by SAM-SOE and runners up was ASM -School of Commerce. Girls Championship was won by D.J. Sanghavi and runners up SAM-SOE.

Annual Cultural Program 2016

The Sarla Anil Modi School of Economics hosted its Annual Cultural Day on the15th of March, 2016. Fresh creative ideas and a lot of hard work went into making the show a success. The Cultural Day was a chance for the students to showcase their talents. The program had a variety of dance performances ranging from Jazz to Street to Arabian Belly dance. A medley of Hindi and western songs were sung beautifully accompanied by a guitar and rock band. A classical touch was added by a violin performance. The theme of the program centred around the inflated role of media in society – television and social media, which was humorously depicted by a skit and slam poetry performance. Some standup comedy and clever commentary rounded off the varied events. The Associate Dean and faculty members handed over certificates for Shastrarth and Fury Futsal, concluding the day.

Outbound Activity

On March 12, 2016 students of SAMSOE accompanied by Associate Dean and faculty went to Sajan Nature Club located in Thane as an extension of outdoor classroom activity. It was a scenic campsite amidst a forest setting. More than 50 students participated in various fun-filled adventure activities such as Burma bridge, Rappelling, river crossing and others which required them to collaborate and cooperate with each other. These activities enabled students to better understand how good leadership skills and being a team player can lead to superior team outcomes along with individual success.

The Movie Club Event

The Movie club hosted its first screening called ‘Short films from a Hat’ on 30th January 2016. Eight short films of different genres and styles were selected and screened for the students of SAM-SOE.

Youthspeak Talk-AIESEC:

SAM-SOE organized a talk by AIESEC on January 30, 2016. Mr. Omar Azim was from Cairo, Egypt and Ms. Jasmeet Thind was the speakers. They spoke on ‘International travel and exposure’ and "How the Youth can make an impact on GDP".

Winner in National Taekwondo Championship:

  • Gold Medal in Poomsae (Form) was won by Sansriti student of T.Y. B.Sc. Economics
  • She also won Silver Medal in Sparring (Fight) in the 35th National Taekwondo Championship organised by Taekwondo Federation of India on 22-24 January 2016 at Sachivalaya Gymkhana in Mumbai.

Ka-Ching – 2016:

  • The Sarla Anil Modi School of Economics organized its 6th Annual Intercollegiate fest "Ka-Ching” on January 22 & 23, 2016. The inaugural function was held on January 22, 2016. Mr. Rajeev Kher, Former Secretary Department of Commerce was the keynote speaker. He delivered the keynote address on ‘Paradigm shift in International Trade in India’
  • Ka-Ching 2016 saw a participation of more than 40 colleges. There were 12 innovative events which were based on Economic Theories & Management Principles. The first prize went to SAM-SOE but the prize was given to HR College. Second prize N.M College.

Best Delegate in MUN at JNU (Hyderabad):

  • Ayush Banerjee student of T.Y. B.Sc. Economics participated in the Human Rights Council proceedings of the Model United Nations held at Jawaharlal Nehru University (Hyderabad). The agenda for 3 days were "Human rights violation in war affected areas" and "Human rights violation in the name of religion". Ayush was the delegate of India and was adjudged "Best Delegate".

YUVA – Sports and Cultural Meet:

  • SVKM’s organized the Yuva Sports and Cultural meet from January 13 – 16, 2016
  • 60 students of Sarla Anil Modi School of Economics (SAMSOE) represented the school in 10 sports in the SVKM’s sports meet YUVA 2016. In 3 sports, SAMSOE got the prizes: Mishal (FY) – 2nd runners up in 400 m Boys 
    Rashi Dalmia (TY) – Runners up, Shot-put, Girls
    Shashwat (TY), Soham (SY), Ashutosh (FY) and Himanshu (TY) – Runners up, Table Tennis, boys.
  • Students of SAM-SOE participated in the cultural progamme in fusion dance.

Learn Day

Sarla Anil Modi School of Economics conducted its first Learn Day for Skillstreet on 9th January 2016.

Skillstreet offers a platform to facilitate skill exchange and development among the users by matchmaking them to each other. It creates an ecosystem where people can come and exchange their skills with each other and increase their network.

Fund Raiser for Cancer-Affected Children:

  • On December 17 & 18 Students of SAM-SOE organized a fund raiser for CANKIDS, an NGO for cancer-affected children. Stalls were put up showcasing hand made products constituting decorative, gift and food items prepared by the Ka-Ching Volunteers.

MUN – 2015:

  • Saru Pruthi and Yashmi Adani from F.Y. participated at ‘Talaash MUN’ organized by Jai Hind Colloege on Dec 6-9. Ms. Saru Pruthi won a special Mention prize.
  • Yashmi Adani and Praneet Jaswani from F.Y. Participated at ‘MUNSOPHICAL’ a MUN organized by Sophia Collelle Mumbai on Dec 18-20.


  • Students from SAM-SOE participated in ‘Econundrum’ the annual economics fest of St. Xavier’s College Mumbai on December 11-13 and won the prizes.


Name of the Students Year Events Prize Won
Rajshree Ganeriwala S.Y. Lalit Doshi Memorial 2nd
Arushi Kotecha S.Y. Quizzing Games 2nd
Jairaj Devadiga S.Y. Quizzing Games 2nd
Aditya Jahagirdar S.Y. The Budding Economist 1st


VAAYU 2015:

NMIMS ASMSOC (School of Commerce) organised a cultural festival from 9th December to 12th December 2015. Following students won the prizes.


Name of the Students Year Events Prize Won
Aastha Bafna & Rajshree Ganeriwala S.Y. The Activist 2nd
Akshit Agarwal and Mohak Khemka F.Y. Genesis 2nd
Shristi Agarwal & Nishi Desai S.Y. Fault in our Scams 2nd
Raashi Nahata, Rashi Dalmia, T.Y. Dance Competition 1st
Sumedha Jain, Jijnyasa S.Y.    
Punnya Kakkar, Rhea Shukla F.Y.    


  • StockMIND session was conducted by Ms. Renju, ICICI Bank for the T.Y and S.Y. B.Sc. Economics on October 17, 2015
  • Ethnic Day was celebrated on October 21, 2015.

Live Project with Praja - NGO

An introduction session on the ‘Civic Governance’ was conducted by Praja to the S.Y. B.Sc. Economics on 20th July, 2015.


The Intra-college debate, 2015 was organized by the "Debating Society" on 1st August, 2015. The event saw a considerable turnout with 15 teams participating in the event. The debate was moderated by Ayush Banerjee (TY) and Rajshree Ganeriwala (SY).

Some of the propositions discussed were "Commercialization of media has led to the loss of social values" and "Charge sheeted politicians should hold public office". Raashi Nahata (TY) and Mudit Dugar (TY) were adjudged winners. Raashi Nahata was also adjudged best speaker.

Inter-Collegiate Fest Umang – 2015 (August 14 – 17, 2015)

Umang was an entertaining and enlightening experience. The events were very varied and conducted well. Sarla Anil Modi School of Economics, NMIMS sent a large contingent to the festival and all of them performed impressively.

Following students won the prizes:


Name of the Student Event Participated Prize Won
Mitul Gupta Fifa 1st Prize
Priyanka Bhatia Model Hunt 1st Prize
Tanima, Narayan Sharalaya, Rajshree Ganeriwala Investigative Courtroom 1st Prize
Anoushka Dalmia, Nishi Desai Everything LA 2nd Prize


The following clubs have been formed:

  • Literary Club
  • Movie Club
  • Performing Arts
  • Debating & MUN
  • Sports Club
  • Community & Social Service
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