Sarla Anil Modi School of Economics’ first alumni meet was held on the 18th of March, 2017 from 3.30-5.30 pm at Mithibai Seminar Hall. Alumni from four batches, current batch students, faculty members, Mentor Mr. Shalin Divatia and Dean SAMSOE were present. The function started with a welcome address by Mr. Divatia and an introductory speech by the Dean. Next, a few students from each batch shared some anecdotes from their time at SAMSOE and gave an update of what their classmates were presently doing. There was also a musical performance by 3 students from SY, Sarthak Ratnu, Devanshu Damani and Utkarsh Tripathi. The program was compered by Ayan Sarkar. The evening ended with alumni and faculty interacting over tea and snacks.
On March 24, 2017 students of T.Y. B.Sc. accompanied by faculty members went to Durshet Nature Trails located in Khopoli as an extension of outdoor classroom activity. It was a scenic campsite amidst a forest setting. More than 40 students of the T.Y. B.Sc. participated in various fun-filled adventure activities such as Burma bridge, Rappelling, Zip-Line etc. these activities 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.
Sarla Anil Modi School of Economics organized a Fury – 2017 on 23 & 24 February, 2017 at Lion’s Club Field, Milan Subway, Santacruz.
Fury is the annual inter collegiate sports fest organized by Sarla Anil Modi School of Economics. It aims to provide students from all over the country, a platform to come together and celebrate the spirit of sportsmanship. Fury in its fifth year, had basketball and football tournaments for both girls and boys along with other informal games.
Not only did FURY witness outstanding participation from colleges all over Mumbai but also a few outstation teams. A total of 37 teams participated in Fury across the four categories. It had prizes worth Rs.40,000 to be won along with phone handsets for best players of the Football Tournament (both boys & girls). The event was a success with big brands like Dominos, Zopo, Joost, WISH & Marcos Quay supporting the fest.
The Sarla Anil Modi School of Economics participated in the cultural fest Insight on Feb 18 & 19, 2017 organized by N.M. College of Commerce & Economics. SAMSOE received the first runner’s up trophy and Anushka Goenka (FYB) won the best Contingent Leader (CL)
Following students won the different prizes in the event.
The Sarla Anil Modi School of Economics hosted its Annual Cultural Day on the 1st of March, 2017. 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. A variety of performances, ranging from ensemble dances to song and band performances, as well as a Hindi original poetry performance made the programme varied and entertaining. Some stand-up comedy and clever commentary rounded off the diverse events. The Associate Dean and faculty members also handed over certificates for Shastrarth and Ka-Ching for the year 2016-17.
Sarla Anil Modi School of Economics took part in the table tennis tournament hosted by Mukesh Patel College of Engineering’s sports fest called Conquer on the 16 & 17 February, 2017. Soham Chopra TY, Ashutosh Bohra SY and Rohan Manmohan FY represented the college in this tournament. The team came third in its group which consisted of 6 colleges and failed to qualify for the semi finals as only the top 2 teams from each group qualified.
Girls Health Awareness session at BMC School conducted by SAMVEDNA social responsibility club of SAMSOE on Feb 23, 2017.
The Sarla Anil Modi School of Economics organized its 7th Annual Intercollegiate fest “Ka-Ching” on January 16 & 17, 2017. The inaugural function was held on January 16, 2017. Mr. Dharmakirti Joshi, Chief Economist CRISIL was the keynote speaker. He delivered the keynote address on ‘Impact of Demonetization on the Indian Economy’.
Ka-Ching 2017 saw a participation of more than 25 colleges. There were 12 innovative events which were based on Economic Theories & Management Principles. The first prize went to HR College and the second prize went to SAM-SOE which passed on to the third position holders, Mithibai College.
Vaayu 2016 was a great experience for SAMSOE as we won the Runners Up trophy. With a total of 68 events being organised, SAMSOE with its little contingent comprising mainly of First Years, managed to participate in 58 events. Following are the winners of respective events:
Junoon, the Performing Arts Club of Sarla Anil Modi School of Economics celebrated ethnic day on October 10, 2016. On the same day an event named United States of India was organized wherein students presented art form (singing, dancing or act reflecting the culture) representing any State of India. There were more than ten performances showcasing cultural diversity in India. The winning performances were a lavani dance performance by Dhwani of F.Y. B.Sc. and a team act by F.Y. B.Sc. students depicting the day-to-day life in Delhi.
Students of SAM-SOE Participated in the event of Chancellor’s challenge 2016 on October 21, 2016. Intra-Collegiate Table Tennis tournament on October 22 & 23, 2016
The talk show was conducted by Sarla Anil Modi School of Economics in Association with the Counseling cell NMIMS on ‘Suicide and Mental health awareness’ for the students of SAMSOE and other schools of NMIMS on September 24, 2016.
The panel consisted of clinical psychiatrist and psychologist.
Dr. Dhaval Mody, Managing Director, Edupsyche Educational Services Pvt. Ltd. Medical Director, Vrudhi Research Foundation
Dr. Cicilia Chettiar, Head of the Dept. of Psychology MNW College
Ms. Supriya Das, Clinical Psychologist & Counselor
Ms, Meeta Shah, Psychologist and Counselor, NMIMS
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.