The Student Council of SIESCOMS is the apex body of a few elected Students in the College which officially represents the entire student fraternity. The purpose is to ensure better communication between the various bodies of the institute and the students. It is one of the mediums to contribute towards meeting the mission of the institute in terms of imparting holistic education to budding business managers. It provides a representative structure through which students can debate issues of concern and undertake initiatives of benefit to the institute and the wider community. It gives students an opportunity to develop leadership by organizing and carrying out institutional activities and projects.
In addition to planning events that contribute SIESCOMS spirit and community welfare, the student council is the voice of the student body. They help share student ideas, interests and concerns with the school wide community. The council also promotes, organizes and executes activities that encourage student pride and the SIESCOMS spirit. It provides a platform for student expression, and a forum for aiding in the solution of problems and helps identify and solve problems encountered by students in the institute. It enables students across all full time courses to be a strategic partner with the Management, in imparting management education to the students and to communicate its opinion to the school administration on any subject that concerns students and on which the council wishes to be consulted. It helps students hone and develop their leadership skills, imbibe team thinking acumen and learn the ability to handle responsibilities of higher levels.
Student Council formation Process:
Round 1: Online applications are invited. Shortlisted students are invited for round two.
Round 2: Interviews of shortlisted by panels made up of one Alumni Student Council, one Faculty and three Senior Student council members. Shortlisted candidates go to round three.
Round 3: Election Process is held simultaneously for PGDM, Pharma, Biotech, MMS, MCA and AIMA programs. Names of short-listed students announced in the respective classes just before the elections. Candidates individually address the students before the voting begins. Each class election is monitored by a presiding officer.
Once constituted the council elects its own office bearers.