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The SIES Institute of Comprehensive Education was started to meet the increasing demand for Pre-Primary education for teachers. With the mushrooming of nursery schools and with the dearth of adequate training programmes to train the personnel to mould the tiny tots, it was necessary to start a suitable programme. The institute was established in June 1980. From a mere training centre, the institute has established itself as a leading institution for Pre-Primary and Early Childhood Education in the city of Mumbai.

NATIONAL CENTRE FOR QUALITY MANAGEMENT AWARDS SPECIAL RECOGNITION FOR THE PROJECT TITLED "KARTHAVYA- ONLINE TEACHER EMPOWERMENT COURSE" TO VIDHYA SATISH (TEAM LEADER), RUPAL VORA, JAYALEKSHMY V, MITALI SHAH (TEAM MEMBERS) OF SIES COLLEGE OF ARTS, SCIENCE AND COMMERCE, SION (W), MUMBAI
WINNING STREAK OF SIES INSTITUTE OF COMPREHENSIVE EDUCATION.
BAGGED FOUR PRIZES AT THE SIES CONFLUENCE 2013
ASQ PRIZES - 
FIRST PRIZE FOR THE PROJECT- " IMPROVING EMPLOYABILITY FOR FEMALE UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS"

THIRD PRIZE FOR THE PROJECT - "ONLINE TEACHER EMPOWERMENT COURSE IN MAINSTREAMING CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL EDUCATION NEEDS UNDER THE RTE"
CONFLUENCE PRIZES :
SECOND PRIZE FOR THE PROJECT - "ONLINE TEACHER EMPOWERMENT COURSE IN MAINSTREAMING CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL EDUCATION NEEDS UNDER THE RTE

CONSOLATION PRIZE - " IMPROVING EMPLOYABILITY FOR FEMALE UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS"
The second batch of the Online certificate course in Special Education Needs (SEN) under RTE has commenced. Admissions closed. For registration in the next batch please contact college office on 24090516 between 1-5 on weekdays or email to siesice@siesice.net
SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION OF THE NEW COURSE ON CERTIFICATE IN COUNSELLING SKILLS (CCS)
Directors' Report of SIES-ICE
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100% results in the DECCEd University Examinations.
Enormous thrust is laid on an array of activities & projects for the all round development of students...
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