The South Indian Education Society (SIES) was established to promote the cause of education in Mumbai. This city, is acknowledged as the commercial capital of India and there is a constant need for commerce graduates of a high calibre. Keeping in view the growing demand for the study of Commerce, the SIES College of Commerce & Economics was established in May 1989. It was inaugurated by the then Vice President of India, Dr. Shankar Dayal Sharma and has now become synonymous with excellence in education The college which began as a single faculty college with over 400 students, 7 Lecturers and 1 Librarian, now offers post graduate and undergraduate courses in Commerce, IT, Management, Banking & Insurance, Accounting & Finance to over 2692 students supported by 52 dedicated lecturers and a number of distinguished visiting faculties. The Junior College with 1000 students and 16 Lecturers/Teachers give the college a combined strength of over 3600 students.In its short history of 19 years the college has already produced university toppers and merit rankers. It is a matter of pride that such a young college has been awarded ISO Certificate and NAAC Accreditation.Our aim, to put it in the words of Vishal Shetty, a former student,
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SIESCCE Vision and Mission
Mission: Our institutional mission was set by our founder Shri. M. V. Venkateshwaran in 1932. This Society should sincerely serve the cause of education and the educational needs of the common man of this cosmopolitan city.” So in a spirit of sincerity we: Stress on high standards of academic, professional and societal performance. Respond in a creative manner to a ...
Awards & Rankings
It won the ‘Best College Magazine Award’ 2011 by R. A. Podar College of Commerce & Economics. Student's Achievements : Ms. Aishwarya Pillaiwas a University rank holder at the TYBMS Examination held in April 2015. Mr. Rahul Shetty and Mr. Shreekumar Subramanianof FY BCOM stood First at the Inter Collegiate Quiz Competition held at St. Andrews College, Bandra on ...