Professional Societies

Committees

  • Governing Council
  • Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC)
  • Discipline and Welfare Committee
  • Grievance Redressal Committee
  • Library Advisory Committee
  • NSS
  • YRC/RRC
  • Planning / Purchase / Budget Committee
  • Stock Verification and Waste Disposal Committee
  • Alumni Association
  • Anti Ragging and Sexual Harassment
  • Fine Arts Committee
  • Staff Welfare Committee
  • Resource and Development
  • Women Empowerment and EDC
  • Sports Committee
  • Admission Committee
  • Class Committee

IEEE (IEEE STUDENT CHAPTER)

Student Branch Coordinator : Dr.B.Gobinath HOD / EEE
Staff In charge : A.Dyaneswaran AP / EEE

Date Event Event Theme Resource Person
18.08.18 Guest Lecture Challenges and importance of E Waste management & IEEE Membership Benefits Dr.V.JAYAPRAKASAN, Treasurer, IEEE Madras section
20.07.13 Seminar Renewable Energy Sources S.Albert Alexander, Prof/EEE, Kongu Engineering College, Perundurai, Erode -638052, Email:Ootyalex@Gmail.Com
15.09.13 Seminar Power System Security Er.A.Kamal, Senior Engineer,BGR Energy Systems Chennai. Ph.no:9940220468, Email:Kamal3@gmail.com
07.03.14 Seminar Nanotechnology Applications in Solar Power Systems Dr. M. Sathish, Ph.D. (IIT-M), Scientist, Functional Materials Division, CSIR-Central Electrochemical Research Institute, Karaikudi-630006 Tamilnadu, India. Phone: 91-9751812398
25.03.14 Seminar Recent Trends in Biomedical Instrumentation & Measurements Mr.M.A.Ravi, Territory Manager-South & East, Fluke-Biomedical, Bangalore Phone:.+918025251859 Email:girish.ramamoorthy@fluke.com
03.04.14 Seminar High Efficiency Power Production from Biomass and Waste Dr.P.Venkatachalam, Ph.D Professor & Head, Department of Agricultural Engineering, Agricultural College & Research Institude, Madurai Phone:9442961793

ISTE Student Chapter

Introduction

The Indian Society for Technical Education is a national, professional, non-profit making Society registered under the Societies Registration Act of 1860. First started in 1941 as the Association of Principals of Technical Institutions (APTI), it was converted into "Indian Society for Technical Education" in 1968 with a view to enlarge its activities to advance the cause of technological education in the country. The major objective of the ISTE is to assist and contribute in the production and development of top quality professional engineers and technicians needed by the industries and other organizations.

ISTE

The major objectives of the ISTE are:

  • Providing quality training programmes to teachers and administrators of technical institutions to update their knowledge and skills in their fields of activity
  • To assist and contribute in the production and development of top quality professional engineers and technicians needed by the industry and other organisations
  • Providing guidance and training to students to develop better learning skills and personality
ISTE

Major Benefits to Students becoming an ISTE Member:

  • A Member of a National Professional Organisation
  • Joined an academic Fraternity of over 45,000 strong professional
  • Preference to attend short-term training programme for the academic excellence and to become eligible for career advancement opportunities
  • Getting bi-monthly Newsletter
  • Quarterly Indian journal of Technical Education (at concessional rates)
  • Many more publications for Self Development, Institution Development, etc
  • Eligible to participate in Chapter level, Section level and National Navel Conferences, Workshops and other activities of your academic interest etc
Date Name of the Event Resource Person
29.10.2010 National level Quiz competition Dr.K.Ganesan M.E.Phd,
Professor in Mechanical department, ISTE –section committee member, Amirta University, Coimbatore.
29.10.2009 Seminar on “Recent trends in Communication” Prof.Muthuraman Ramasamy,
Prof & Head/ECE.,
Sri Krishna College Of Engineering and Technology
24.09.2008 Workshop on “Applications and recent trends in image processing” Prof.R.S.Sabeenian, M.E.(Ph.D),
Department of ECE,
Sona College of Technology, Salem.

Computer Society of India

Formed in 1965, the CSI has been instrumental in guiding the Indian IT industry down the right path since its formative years. Today, the CSI has 69 chapters all over India, 381 student branches, and more than 70000 members including India's most famous IT industry leaders, scientists and academicians. The CSI Institution chapter and CSI Students' chapter were started in the year 2006 in our college (our Institution Membership No : I00662). The CSI Students' chapter has been conducting various programmes for the benefit of the students and staff.

Why Join CSI

  • To be a part of the distinguished fraternity of famous IT industry leaders, brilliant scientists and dedicated academicians through Networking
  • Professional Development at Individual level
  • Training and Certification in futuristic areas
  • International Competitions and association with International bodies like IFIP and SEARCC
  • Career Support
  • CSI Awards
  • Various Publications

About CSI Certificates

Certification provides recognition of high professional competence displaying dedication, caliber, standard, commitment together with quality, depth and breadth of ICT knowledge leading to increased business opportunities and better employment prospects. Since 1979, CSI has been offering certifications in programming languages, office automation, system analysis and design, Data structure through C language, Data communication and networks, information systems control and audit, web programming, extensible markup language, object oriented analysis and design with C++, Linux, Java programming, embedded systems, information security, service oriented architecture and software testing. CSI prescribes the curriculum for each topic and ties up with training organizations, who train and field candidates. Qualifying examinations are periodically conducted by CSI to award certification to successful candidates. CSI certifications found ready acceptance by Industry by way of employment offers to certificate holders.

CSI Awards

Achievement is a wonderful thing. But what makes it even more wonderful is being publicly acclaimed for it-especially in the presence of one's peers. That's why the CSI has instituted awards in several categories. For instance, there are awards for software product innovation, quality in project execution, and excellence in e-governance. Members with many years of significant contribution to the IT industry are made Fellows of the Computer Society of India regarded as one of the most prestigious titles that an IT professional can receive in the country today.

Objectives of VCEW –CSI

  • Interaction with Industry Professionals for general awareness and career guidance
  • Access to Recent Technologies and their Technical Reviews
  • CSI Certification and Training Programs at Slashed Prices
  • Chance to publish in CSI Communications and opportunities for nomination as the Best Student Paper
  • Opportunity to be nominated for Young IT Professional Award
  • Inducing and Inculcating Leadership Qualities
  • Accessibility for Campus Placements
  • Enriching and empowering the minds of students by Industrial Visits and Conferences

Activities of VCEW –CSI

  • Quiz programmes
  • Presentation of technical papers on selected themes
  • Cultural Programmes
  • Marketing
  • Special address by eminent professionals, industrialists
  • Exhibition of project work
  • Design competition
  • Seminars
  • Project Contest

For More Information Kindly Log on to http://www.csi-india.org

Date Nature of the Program Name of the Program
06-01-14 Students Meet CSI and its Benefits
07-02-14 & 08-02-14 Workshop Essentials of PHP
19-02-2014 Workshop NS2-HANDS ON
10.03.2014 Workshop Latex - An Effective Documentation Tool
18-03-2014 Workshop Multimedia media and Game Development using Unity - 3D
02-04-2014 Guest Lecture Sixth sense Technology