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SSE’s DebSoc is proud to share that the contingent we sent to the GNLU (gujrat national law university) parliamentary debate has performed exceptionally well.
Swareena Jones, ranked 3rd best adjudicator, amongst a pool of 70 competitive adjudicators. The novice team, consisting of Ishaan Saokar and Aditya Dutta, reached the finals in the novice category. Aishwarya Narayan ranked 10th amongst a pool of 108 speakers.
Anmol Bhotika (B.Sc. (Honors) Eco, 2015-18)’s short film ‘Soft Pedal’ was selected for the 5th Kolkata Shorts International Film Festival 2016, held in Kolkata on 24th July.
Kalyani Saxena (B.Sc. (Honors) Eco, 2014-17) secured the 2nd position among 55 finalists in the event Chhavi, the photography competition at Amatheon 2015, the International food and Agri-business Summit at IIM-Ahmedabad held on 16th-18th January, 2015.
Riddho Roy (B.Sc. (Honors) Eco, 2015-18) secured the top position at the Short Film Making Event at Astitiva 2015 at BMCC, and the 2nd prize at the Short Film Making Event at Malhar 2015 at St Xaviers Kolkata.He also reached the top 5 in the Adfilm Event at IIM Ahmedabad.
Mr. Puneet Sahanpal, (B.Sc (Economics), Batch 2013-16) was awarded the “Youth Achievers Award” in the Pune Youth Festival – Jatan 2016, organised by the Pune Municipal Corporation on 15th February 2016. Shri Dattatreya Dhankawade, Mayor of Pune and Adv. Vandana Chavan, MP of Maharashtra conferred the award on him. He was also selected as a member of TORR. Torr is a modern micro social network intended to stimulate original ideas, awaken and develop talent throughout the world, provide fellowship, and ensure a better appreciation of the arts and sciences. It is a highly selective organisation, with membership limited to gifted individuals displaying an intelligence quotient occurring only once in every 760 individuals.
Ms. Twinkle Roy’s (B.Sc (Economics), Batch 2013-2016) paper was accepted at the Indian Econometric Society ‘s annual conference in January 2016. Her paper is titled ‘A resolution to determine the fallacy or the veracity of the collision between India and China: A Duration Analysis Approach’.
Mr. Riddho Roy (B.Sc (Economics), Batch 2015-2018) won “Best Delegate” in La Cosa Nostra MUN at Ka-Ching Fest organised by Sarla Anil Modi School of Economics(Narsee Monjee).