The two best practices implemented by the institution are :
- Social outreach for contributing to immediate neighbourhood by exposing students to collaborative efforts, ground level reality & understanding opportunities in the bottom of pyramid
- Creating “Coding” as institutional core competency
The college creates a synergy between its community work and outreach through National Service Scheme (NSS), thereby creating a multi-valued and mutually rewarding forum for meaningful dialogues, actions, and interactions. NSS wing of TSEC organises programmes to sensitise students towards the needs of the under-privileged. We are one of the first colleges in Mumbai University to start an NSS program for Engineering Students. Projects carried out by NSS like Blood Donation Drive, Residential camp in Rural Area, Child Care Project etc., engage students in a meaningful service to the society. The successful organization of events, like Watershed Management in association with MHRD, AICTE, GyaanDan, Technovation, involving transformational changes in rural development equip the students with skills, attitudes and knowledge to resolve barriers causing backwardness of the people.
We, as an institute are an early mover in initiating students to processes to help build competency in coding. We expose them to coding through class room engagement, practice sessions and nudge them to develop an interest in coding through online portals meant for training and evaluating students on their ability to remain focused for long time for a set goal, problem solving ability, competency in codifying problem definitions, developing computer codes with minimal time complexity, respect for extreme boundary conditions of problem definitions. We are also in perpetual communication with university to introduce nascent and productive programming languages in the regular curriculum even for non-computer/ IT/ Artificial Intelligence-Data Science students.