From student to Principal – Dr Sudha Vyas, Principal K J Somaiya College of Arts and Commerce reminisces about her journey at Somaiya Vidyavihar.
Praveen Shaikh, Principal Somaiya School, beaming with pride says “ Taekwondo or indeed any martial art, teaches children self-defence, discipline, concentration and discipline. They learn to respect others. Students get physically fit and energised, and the best part is they learn all this while having fun.”
Understanding the importance of education in the development of the individual, the family, the country and the world, the key goal of Somaiya Vidyavihar Education Trust has been building institutions that enable the means to realize it. We believe that be it in urban or rural areas of the country access to education must be matched by the quality of education
Somaiya Vidyavihar student saves 20 lives !
Saurabh Lanke, a 19-year-old student emerged a hero in the fire that broke out in a residential high-rise in Mumbai. He helped rescue more than 20 people who were stuck on the top floors of Sargam Society at Chembur, many of whom were senior citizens.
Saurabh Lanke was felicitated by Higher Education Minister Shri Vinod Tawde for his exemplary show of courage.
He and his proud parents narrate the sequence of events of the blaze.
Sharvari Parulekar, a student of K J Somaiya Science and Commerce, represented Maharashtra at the 34th National Junior Athletics Championship. She bagged a silver medal with a jump of 11.99 meters in the Triple Jump event.
K J Somaiya College of Engineering hosted the Wheelchair Cricket India and Para Wheelchair Cricket Association Maharashtra for an exhibition match as part of the inaguration of its annual sports event ‘ Skream’. This was the sixth year of the college’s national level annual sports festival ‘ Skream’. K J Somaiya College of Engineering hosted students from over 200 institutes at the Somaiya Vidyavihar, Mumbai Campus.
Each year students of K J Somaiya College of Engineering work closely with faculty mentors on projects that explore innovations in engineering for applications in automobiles to medicine. These projects introduce students to the application of engineering theories, build analytic skills and help students find their own future path.Three students from K J Somaiya College of Engineering, Chirag Shah (Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering); Abhishek Rai (Mechanical Engineering): Ninad Gund (Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering) and Shreyas Seshadri (Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering) are currently collaborating to develop Robo- Rehab, a smart rehabilitation device to be used in physiotherapy.
My grandfather said, why not Somaiya. I said, no Chemical Engineering here, and Cornell is far better than Somaiya. He did not mind that. But said, ‘Go, but promise me, that when you return, in your lifetime, you will try to make our institutions to good, that if a candidate applies to Cornell, he/she will also apply to Somaiya’. And he allowed me to fly.
He traded dreams. Made my dreams his, and his mine. How powerful!!
Chirag’, young entrepreneur and ex-alumni of K J Somaiya College of Engineering, working on his project at Somaiya Riidl, lit the fire of innovation and entrepreneurship in the minds of students from Shri Sharda English Medium School, Kopergaon who came visiting Somaiya Vidyavihar, Mumbai.
This particular tree would be familiar to passers-by who walk on the quiet lane near K J Somaiya College of Arts and Commerce. For some, in a hurry to reach the class or the tracks, chances are of walking past it and not noticing it.
Dr Sugandha Shetye, K J Somaiya College of Science & Commerce says “The lush tree has sweet-scented pink flowers in drooping racemes. The tree, Barringtonia acutangula, also known as freshwater mangrove and colloquially as Tiwar typically grows along the rivers and is very rarely found in Mumbai.
The underlying philosophy of the M.Sc. Statistics course is to develop the theoretical and analytical skills of the students so that they may be absorbed in the corporate world or be able to pursue higher research work in Statistics.
Sangeetha, a class VIII student of K J Somaiya English Medium School, a school of Somaiya Vidyavihar in Rural Karnataka, not only participated in the National Mathematics Olympiad, she came First, competing with a whopping 65,000 competitors from across India.