MAY 06-2024 BHM INDUSTRIAL VIST TO JW MARRIOT​

On May 6th, BHM students from SEA College of Science, Commerce, and Arts visited JW Marriott, where they interacted with the hotel’s management team and gained insights into industry standards, customer service excellence, and innovative hospitality practices. This practical exposure bridged the gap between theoretical knowledge and real-world application, enhancing their understanding of the hospitality industry. The visit was both inspiring and educational, motivating students to excel in their future careers.

On May 6, 2024, the IQAC Cell of SEA College of Science, Commerce, and Arts, in collaboration with the Hope Foundation

On May 6, 2024, the IQAC Cell of SEA College of Science, Commerce, and Arts, in collaboration with the Hope Foundation, organized a Life Skills Training Workshop led by renowned psychotherapist and soft skills trainer Mr. Vijay Kiran MJ. The workshop provided students with essential life skills, enhancing their emotional intelligence, communication, and problem-solving abilities. This initiative reflects the college’s commitment to holistic education, empowering students to thrive personally and professionally

On May 8th, the MSW Department of SEA College of Science, Commerce, and Arts visited the Central Jail in Kolar

On May 8th, the MSW Department of SEA College of Science, Commerce, and Arts visited the Central Jail in Kolar, gaining valuable insights into the correctional system and rehabilitation processes for inmates. They learned about vocational training and psychological support programs through interactions with jail officials. This experience emphasized the importance of empathy and professional skills in aiding marginalized populations within correctional settings.

On May 10th, SEA College of Science, Commerce, and Arts observed Basavajayanthi with great reverence

On May 10th, SEA College of Science, Commerce, and Arts observed Basavajayanthi with great reverence. The event celebrated the teachings and legacy of Basavanna, fostering a spirit of unity and cultural appreciation among students and faculty. Various activities and discussions highlighted the principles of equality, social justice, and community service

On May 14th, BCom and BBA students from SEA College of Science, Commerce, and Arts visited ITC for an industrial visit

On May 14th, BCom and BBA students from SEA College of Science, Commerce, and Arts visited ITC for an industrial visit, gaining valuable insights into corporate operations and business practices. They toured various departments, interacted with industry professionals, and observed innovative processes and management strategies. This experience bridged theoretical knowledge with real-world applications, enhancing their understanding of the business environment and preparing them for future careers.

The Department of Commerce and Management at SEA College of Science, Commerce, and Arts successfully conducted Aarohan 2024-2025

The Department of Commerce and Management at SEA College of Science, Commerce, and Arts successfully conducted Aarohan 2024-2025, a vibrant Commerce and Management Fest, from May 17th to 25th, 2024. The event featured engaging programs such as Corporate Vision Board, Extempore, Marketing Quiz, Accounting Quiz, Picture Poster, and Product Launch, providing students with a platform to showcase their skills and creativity. The fest fostered a spirit of competition and inspired students to pursue excellence in their academic and professional endeavors.

The Department of MSW at S.E.A College of Science, Commerce, and Arts visited Sakhi

The Department of MSW at S.E.A College of Science, Commerce, and Arts visited Sakhi, a One Stop Centre dedicated to women empowerment by the Child and Women Welfare Department of Bangalore on May 16, 2024. This visit provided valuable insights into government initiatives and support systems for women in need, highlighting the role of social work in promoting gender equality and empowering marginalized communities.

Palla Technologies conducted a successful recruitment drive for students at S.E.A College of Science, Commerce, and Arts on May 17th

Palla Technologies conducted a successful recruitment drive for students at S.E.A College of Science, Commerce, and Arts on May 17th. The event provided students with valuable opportunities to interact directly with industry professionals and explore potential career paths in technology.

On May 20th, the Department of BHM at S.E.A College organized a thrilling Mystery Box Challenge where students crafted innovative dishes using surprise ingredients

On May 20th, the Department of BHM at S.E.A College organized a thrilling Mystery Box Challenge where students crafted innovative dishes using surprise ingredients. This competition highlighted their culinary skills and teamwork, emphasizing adaptability crucial in hospitality. The event successfully fostered camaraderie among participants while enhancing practical skills in culinary arts and hospitality management.

On May 20th, SEA College of Science, Commerce, and Arts commemorated Dr. B.R. Ambedkar Jayanthi with reverence and respect

On May 20th, SEA College of Science, Commerce, and Arts commemorated Dr. B.R. Ambedkar Jayanthi with reverence and respect. The event celebrated the life and contributions of Dr. B.R. Ambedkar, highlighting his pivotal role in shaping India’s social and constitutional framework. Students and faculty gathered to honor his legacy of social justice, equality, and empowerment, reflecting on his enduring influence in fostering inclusive 

The Department of Languages at SEA College of Science, Commerce, and Arts organized a vibrant Language Fest on May 29th and 30th

The Department of Languages at SEA College of Science, Commerce, and Arts organized a vibrant Language Fest on May 29th and 30th, involving active participation from Malayalam, Hindi, Kannada, and English departments. Students showcased their linguistic talents through debates, poetry recitations, essay writing, and cultural performances, celebrating diversity and promoting a deeper appreciation for language and literature.

The BHM Department, and the MSW Department of SEA College of Science, Commerce, and Arts recently visited a local orphanage on May 28, 2024 to prepare and serve meals.

The BHM Department, and the MSW Department of  SEA College of Science, Commerce, and Arts recently visited a local orphanage on May 28, 2024 to prepare and serve meals. This compassionate initiative not only nourished the residents but also exemplified our commitment to community service and empathy and also instilled the spirit of universal social responsibility.

On May 30th, SEA College of Science, Commerce, and Arts, in collaboration with the Hope Foundation

On May 30th, SEA College of Science, Commerce, and Arts, in collaboration with the Hope Foundation, conducted a successful recruitment drive, connecting students with recruiters to facilitate career placements and professional growth.

On May 30th, 2024, SEA College of Science, Commerce, and Arts' Placement Cell organized a campus drive with VSTAND4U for undergraduate and postgraduate Computer Science students.

On May 30th, 2024, SEA College of Science, Commerce, and Arts’ Placement Cell organized a campus drive with VSTAND4U for undergraduate and postgraduate Computer Science students. This event enabled students to engage directly with recruiters, demonstrating their skills and seeking career opportunities. It aimed to bridge academia with industry, enhancing job placements and career prospects for participants.

World Environment Day

SEA College of Science, Commerce, and Arts celebrated World Environment Day with fervor, involving all departments in eco-friendly green attire and organizing tree planting both on and off campus. Cultural programs and competitions were held to raise awareness and promote environmental responsibility. The event showcased our commitment to sustainability and environmental stewardship within the SEA College community.

The Entrepreneurship Development Cell of SEA College organized a guest lecture on design thinking for future entrepreneurs on June 12, 2024

The Entrepreneurship Development Cell of SEA College organized a guest lecture on design thinking for future entrepreneurs on June 12, 2024, featuring Mr. Rajesh Hari Krishnan, a computer professional and data analytics researcher. Mr. Krishnan shared insights into innovative problem-solving strategies, inspiring students to approach entrepreneurship with creativity and a fresh perspective, equipping them for successful ventures.

On June 19, 2024, SEA College of Science, Commerce, and Arts organized an industrial visit to the Rajiv Gandhi Centre for Biotechnology in Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala

On June 19, 2024, SEA College of Science, Commerce, and Arts organized an industrial visit to the Rajiv Gandhi Centre for Biotechnology in Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, for the Biotechnology and Forensic Science departments. Students gained firsthand insights into advanced biotechnological research and forensic science practices through interactive sessions and demonstrations. This visit aimed to bridge theoretical knowledge with practical applications, preparing students for future careers in these fields.

SEA College of Science, Commerce, and Arts, in collaboration with HOPE Foundation, conducted Python classes for students

SEA College of Science, Commerce, and Arts, in collaboration with HOPE Foundation, conducted Python classes for students, culminating in a certificate distribution ceremony on June 19, 2024. The classes provided students with valuable programming skills in Python, enhancing their technical proficiency and industry readiness. This initiative reflects the college’s commitment to equipping students with relevant, in-demand skills.

On June 26, 2024, the Department of MSW at SEA College organized a guest lecture by Mr. Ashoka B.R., Founder of NEXT Generation HR Labs

On June 26, 2024, the Department of MSW at SEA College organized a guest lecture by Mr. Ashoka B.R., Founder of NEXT Generation HR Labs, on “Opportunities and Challenges in Human Resource Management.” Mr. Ashoka provided insights into the evolving HR landscape, discussing trends, career paths, and essential skills. His engaging lecture inspired students to explore and excel in HR management.

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