Papers to be offered : 6
|No.||GROUP 'A'||GROUP 'B'||GROUP 'C'|
|2||Commerce Or History||Economics or English (optional ) or Ancient Indian Culture||English (Optional) Or
Ancient Indian Culture
|3||Political Science or Statistics or Sociology or Hindi (Optional)||Political Science or Sociology or Hindi (Optional)||Political Science or Sociology or Hindi (Optional)|
Alumni Meet 2019 The department of Sociology organised an Alumni Meet of their accomplished alumni comprising lawyers, academics, independent researchers, advertising and bank professionals as well as representatives from the non government sector. The meet began by introducing each alumnus accompanied with their short speeches on their journey after college, their current profession and how Sociology has helped them shape a better career for themselves.
Interactive session on National Register of Citizens The department hosted an engaging session by one of its alumnus Ms Avantee Bansal who did an independent piece of research on National Register of Citizens in Assam. She spoke about procedural challenges and irregularities associated with NRC in Assam.
Interactive session on Adivasis The department hosted a stimulating and invigorating session on Land Displacement and Forest Rights Act, 2006 in the context of tribal rights in India. The resource person was a farmer and tribal rights activist Ms SharanyaNayak who has been living and working withtribals for twenty years now.
Lecture Series on LGBTQI rights The department organized three interactive sessions on the rights of the marginalized genders. As part of this a gay, lesbian and trans man were invited to share their experiences with students.
Workshop on "personality development and interview skills" (3 Sessions) on 16/12/2020, 5/2/2020 and 6/2/2020.
Laughter Yoga session for non-teaching staff on 14th December , 2019.
SHP CPCA Modules (Autumn School) "Advanced Communication Skills" on 14 October , 2019.
SHP CPCA Modules (Autumn School) "Importance of Literature Review in Research" on 16th October , 2019.
Lecture series: Applications of Mathematical & Statistical Tools in Finance 6/8/2019 to 10/8/2019.
Educational visit to ICT Mumbai “ Mathematical Modeling : Lab visit” on 3rd August 2019.
The 4th Annual Intercollegiate Departmental Festival held on 17, 24-26th February 2020.The guests were as follows:Dr. Avinash DesousaDr. Sangeeta KamathMrs. Vidya ShenoyMr. Meet Tara Dynaneshwar
Talk on Awareness of Fragile X Syndrome to TYBA Psychology Students on 9th July 2019 by Mrs. Shalini Kedia and Ms. Kinisha Sanghvi.
A Demonstration session of Nada Yoga by Wellness vibe Foundation - Dr. Simi Dayal, Yashasvi Dayal and Ms. Preeti Motioani.
An introductory talk on "Cognitive Hypnotherapy on 7th February 2020".
Level 1 Cognitive Hypnotherapy - 5,6,7 & 8 July 2019 - Ms. Misba Shah
Film Screening - 15 Park Avenue - 6th February 2020 and The Tashkent Files - 26th February 2020.
Two days Preparatory workshop on NAAC organized by IQAC of KC College on 23rd and 24th January 2020.
Faculty Development programme on Shaping a Data Science Curriculum: Unleashing Potential of IoT, Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence organized by KC College, Statistics department on 9th and 10th September, 2019.
A team of six students under the guidance of Dr. Hiral Sheth participated and presented a research paper on ' Higher Education in Germany: A Leap towards Progress' at the XXVII International Economics Convention, 2019.KC College team was the winner at the XXVII International Economics Convention.
Lecture by R. Ramakumar, Professor, TISS on ‘Agrarian Crisis in Contemporary India’on 10th January 2020.
Lecture by Dr. Kannamma Raman, Retd. Professor on ‘Intellectual Property Rights’on 22nd January 2020.
Lecture by Dr. Vibhuti Patel, Professor, TISS on ‘Gender Budgeting’ on 14th January 2020.
Lecture by Dr. Shivram Kalyan Krishnan, Professor, IIT Bombay on ‘Artificial Intelligence: opportunities and Challenges’ on 7th December 2019.
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