An active Parent Teacher Association functions in this college. Its Objective is to promote the holistic development of the students. The PTA has instituted many awards, prizes and scholarships for students with a view to encourage and promote excellence in academic and other areas.
The Annual body meeting of PTA was held and members to the executive committee were elected. After the general body meeting the executive committee had elected Mr. Vinod T as the Vice President and Mr. Vasudevan M., the Secretary.
As an initiative to the National Mission for a Green India (GIM), The Ministry of Environment has approved annual plans for four states of the country. The National Executive Council (NEC) has given its nod to the Perspective Plans (PP) and Annual Plan of Operations (APOs) of Kerala, Mizoram, Manipur and Jharkhand. Kerala in the only state in the southern part of India, to be recognized, for Go Green Initiatives. It has become the need of the hour to have our share of creating awareness to save our environment for our future generation. Present students are the future flag holders for our Nation. Now, the seed we sow in them will become a good output to protect our environment and make our Nation proud. This Go Green Club of our college was inaugurated by the Honourable District Collector of Kannur District; Mr. Mir Mohammed Ali, IAS., on 03-04-2017, Monday.
The Aim of our club is to motivate and encourage the students to value and assume responsibility of their Environment, to strengthen positive thinking and collaboration among students and to develop life skills like communication, interpersonal relationship, decision making, critical thinking and self management. The objectives of the club are to increase the students’ knowledge about understanding the environment and environmental challenges, to create awareness about, energy usage and energy savings, to create the habit of Go Green, in the campus and in the society, through students, contribute to the International days and other activities organized by the College.
Presently Prof. Dr. Vra. Saathappan, Professor of Civil Engineering is the President of the Club. All students and staff (teaching, non-teaching, administrative, maintenance) are members of the Go Green Club.
The Society of Instrumentation professionals was established in the year 1970, with head quarters at Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore. Today it has six chapters at Delhi, Chennai, Hyderabad, Dehradun and Pune. It strives to act as a link between academic institutions and the instrumentation industry, by organising several programs. It also conducts programs for students and working professionals in the form of short term courses, symposia and topical reviews.
|Number of Life members:||2|
|Number of student members:||30|
|Address for communication:||
ISOI Student chapter VJEC
Vimal Jyothi Engineering College
Jyothi Nagar, Chemperi- 670632
|Our Bank:||Syndicate Bank, Extension Counter, VJEC Chemperi|
|Activities Details:||Conducted different Quiz, Seminar, Workshops in the Academic year 2015-2016|
|For more details write us to [email protected]|
Instrument Society of India Department of Instrumentation
INDIAN INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE
|Telephone||+9180 - 23604533|
|Telefax||+9180 - 23604533 / 23600683 / 23600085|
ISOI Student Chapter VJEC
Department of Applied Electronics & Instrumentation
Vimal Jyothi Engineering College, Chemperi,
Kannur, Kerala- 670632
mail: [email protected], [email protected]
|Patron||Dr.Benny Joseph, Principal, VJEC|
|Staff Advisor||Shinu MM, Assistant Professor , Ph No: 9496986217|
|Vice- Chairman||ANAMIKA C|
|Joint Secretary||JUSTIN GEORGE|
|Treasurer||SALVIN JOSE K|
|Joint Treasurer||NASHLA K P|
|Membership Incharge||ANUSREE K|
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. ISTE has an Executive Council at National level. It has active membership of more than 97286 technical teachers, 5,66,466 student members, more than 2345 institutional members (including IITs, IISc.., NITs and other leading technical institutions), 1166 faculty chapters and 1280 students’ chapters throughout 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.
On 30th September 2014, Dr. P.T RajanNambiar (ISTE – National Executive Council Member) inaugurated ISTE Student’s chapter at Vimal Jyothi.
Principal Dr. Benny Joseph, Chairman Rev.Fr.GeoPulikkal, Administrator Rev. Fr. JinuVadakkemulanjinal, Bursar Rev.Fr.GeorgeAsharikkunnel, HOD Civil Mr. Biju Mathew, ISTE Coordinator Mrs.JerrinYomas, ISTE Student Chapter Coordinator Mr. Avinash, Ms.GangaPriya and ISTE Student Chapter Chairman Mr.Ron V Roy, the remarkable presence of the above dignitaries made the event successful.
Indian Society for Technical Education
Shaheed Jeet Singh Marg, Near Katwaria Sarai
Opp. Sanskrit Vidyapeeth
New Delhi - 110 016
|Institutional code||IM 1050|
|Student Chapter code||KE056|
|Number of Life members||56|
|Number of student member||203|
|Our bank||Syndicate Bank, Extension Counter, VJEC Chemperi|
|Vimal Jyothi Engg. College Jyothi Nagar,Chemperi-670632|
|For more details write us to [email protected], istevjec.ac.in|
ISTE Student Chapter VJEC
Vimal Jyothi Engineering College, Chemperi,
Kannur, Kerala- 670632
mail: [email protected], [email protected]
|PATRON||Dr. BENNY JOSEPH (PRINCIPAL)|
|CHAPTER IN- CHARGE||Ms.JERRIN YOMAS (Asst.Prof. ECE Dept.)(9961961681)|
|FACULTY ADVISORS||Mr.AVINASHE K K (Asst. Prof. AEI Dept.) (9037431377), Ms.GANGAPRIYA P V (Asst. Prof. CE Dept.) (9496074897)|
|CHAIRMAN||Mr. RON V ROY (9400666558)|
|VICE - CHAIRMAN||Mr. JESLIN GEORGE|
|SECRETARY||Mr. ATHUL SIVADAS|
|JOINT SECRETARY||Mr.TOM MATHEW|
|TREASURER||Mr. AMAL ALEX|
|JOINT TREASURER||Mr. TONY JACOB|
|PROGRAM CHAIR||Mr.JAISON JOSEPH|
|PROGRAM CO-ORDINATOR||Ms. BHAVANA SURESH|
|MEMBERSHIP CHAIR||Ms.JEEVA GEORGE|
|RECEPTION CHAIR||Ms.NAVYA FRANCIS|
|PUBLIC RELATION OFFICER||Mr. JACOB SEBASTIN|
|GUEST - IN CHARGE||Mr. AKSHAY THOMSON|
|TRANSPORTATION INCHARGE||Mr. CASHIO JOSE|
The Engineering Society for Advancing Mobility in Land Air and Spacewww.sae.org | www.saeindia.org | www.saeiss.org
To Continuously Enrich Knowledge Base of Practitioners in Mobility Industry and Institutions in the Service of Humanity.
SAEINDIA is an affiliate society of SAE International, registered as an Indian non profit engineering and scientific society dedicated to the advancement of mobility community in India. As an individual member driven society of mobility practitioners, SAEINDIA comprises members who are Individuals from the mobility community, which includes Engineers, Executives from Industry, Government Officials, Academics and Students. Principal emphasis is placed on transport industries such as automotive, aerospace, and commercial vehicles. SAEINDIA organizes international meetings and exhibitions each year that cover all aspects of technology related to design, manufacture, and total life cycle technology for the automotive, aerospace, off-highway, truck and bus, fuels and lubricants, and other related mobility industries. These events bring engineers and technical experts from around the world together to share information and network.
SAEINDIA is a professional engineering society whose membership represents practically every engineering and scientific discipline. Its members combine their specialized abilities to further advance the research, development, design, manufacture and utilization of vehicles which operate on land, water, air and space.
By becoming a member of SAEINDIA you become a part of a global organization whose benefits are geared specifically to the needs of the mobility engineering community. Your formal education and professional development will be enhanced through your SAEINDIA member benefits.
Mr. Murli M. Iyer*
Executive Advisor-Global Affairs
Office of the Chief Executive Officer,
400 Commonwealth Drive,
Warrendale, PA 15096-0001, U. S. A.
No 1/17Ceebros Arcade,
3rd Cross, Kasturba Nagar,
Chennai -600 020.
Telefax: 91-44-2441 1904
Phone: 91-44-4215 2280
SAEINDIA Southern Section
Block-1, Modules 29 & 30,
SIDCO Electronic Complex
Thiru-Vi-Ka Industrial Estate
Guindy, Chennai 600032
Phone : 044-42188651-52
Fax : 044-42188653
Website : www.saeiss.org
Started in February 2012 the SAE collegiate club of Vimal Jyothi Engineering College under the Southern Section, guided by able Faculty advisors and Student Chairmen was relentless in uplifting the club as one of the most active organization of the college. Over the 2 year spell, the club played a pivotal role in enrichment of technical skills of budding engineers in our college and has participated in the prestigious BAJA and FORMULA events for two years and is qualified for the BAJA STUDENT 2015, SUPRA SAE INDIA, FORMULA STUDENT INDIA 2015. The club currently has strength of 230 members.
|Senior Faculty Adviser||Mr. Niyas KM(AP,ME)|
|Additional Faculty Adviser||Mr.Aji Augustine (AP,ME)|
|Student Chairperson||Mr. Harishankar MV|
|Student Vice-Chairperson||Mr. Joel Mathew|
|Student Secretary||Mr. Melvin K Jiji|
|Student Treasurer||Mr. Ajnas AK|
|Student Reception Chair||Mrs. SANDRA MARIA Saji|
|Student Program Chair||Mr. Sripin Pradeep MK|
|Student Publicity Chair||Mr. Abhinav Noyal|
|Student Membership Chair||Mr. Georgekutti Puthusseril|
Indian Concrete Institute is one of the leading professional bodies in India, catering to the professional needs of individuals and organisations involved in Concrete. Being a non-profit Organisation, it is dedicated to the cause of Disseminating Knowledge on Concrete, to Promote Concrete Technology and Construction and to address the Research Needs of Concrete. The Genesis of ICI dates back to the year 1982, when SERC Chennai and Anna University jointly conducted an International Seminar on Modern Concrete Construction Practices. The overwhelming response to the seminar prompted the Organisers to start the Indian Concrete Institute. Thus, the ICI was born in 1982 with around 500 members from 5 regional Centres. Today ICI is a strong professional body having more than 13, 000 enrolled members, from 45 regional Centres in all major cities, spread across the entire length and breadth of the country. Of these, more than 363 are Organisational Members.
The Civil Department of VJEC has started student’s chapter of Indian Concrete Institute (India), with membership number 13710 on March 2023.
Production Engineering is a combination of manufacturing technology with management science. A production engineer typically has a wide knowledge of engineering practices and is aware of the management challenges related to production. The goal is to accomplish the production process in the smoothest, most-judicious and most-economic way.
IIPE is a Premier Body of Indian Manufacturing Professionals. Its Aim is to serve the manufacturing fraternity- whether you are an engineer or an accountant or even a medical doctor, but engaged in some way contributing to the manufacturing and technology excellence of the country. We aim to provide a platform for networking and knowledge sharing ,accessible among our student community. Department has received Certification of IIPE Chapter, Reg.No. S/OE/9453, as an organisational member with effect from June 2016.
Production engineering encompasses the application of castings,machining processing, joining processes, metal cutting & tool design, metrology, machine tools, machining systems, automation, jigs and fixtures, die and mould design, material science, design of automobile parts, and machine designing and manufacturing. Production engineering also overlaps substantially with manufacturing engineering and industrial engineering.
IIPE provides a common forum for exchange of information for Manufacturing Professionals, in all areas of manufacturing – Processes, Tools, Quality, Automation, Planning, Management and current Technologies.
Founded in 1952 with the formation of IRE’s (the Institute of Radio Engineers) Professional Group on Communications Systems (PGCS), IEEE Communications Society has evolved into a diverse group of global industry professionals with a common interest in advancing all communications technologies. Members interact across international and technological borders to:
IEEE gives its members guidance to plot career path, track jobs, to conduct local events and conferences and also enable member to member communication. Since the Communications Society (ComSoc) began operations in January 1972 as an independent Society of The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) with over 8,800 members, ComSochas become the premier international forum for the exchange of ideas on communications technologies and information networking.
The students chapter of IEEE in VimalJyothi became active on 10th April 2015 and was inaugurated by Dr. JitendranathMungara, currently working as Dean, PG studies – R V College of Engineering, Bangalore. As of January 2016, VJEC COMSOC SOCIETY has around 30+ student members.The society conducted a wide variety of programs in last year and also took part in various activities in the communication field. Through the different technical activities of this chapter- engineering students, researchers, academicians, industry employers are benefited immensely and got the opportunity to closely interact with each other.
The motive of this society was to provide encouragement to develop applications in the respective area of study. It consistsof a diverse group of industry professionals with a common interest in advancing all communications technologies. The Society sponsors publications, conferences, educational programs, local activities, and technical committees that foster original work in all aspects of communications science, engineering, and technology. It also encourages the development of applications that use signals to transfer voice, data, image, and/or video information between locations.It promotes the theory and use of systems involving all types of terminals, computers, and information processors; all pertinent systems and operations that facilitate transfer; all transmission media; switched and unswitched networks; and network layouts, protocols, architectures, and implementations.
COUNSELOR : JAYESH GEORGE AP/ECE
CHAIR : SAJEER P (S8 ECE)
SECRETARY : NAYANA PC (S6 ECE)
TREASURER : DANIEL JOSEPH (S8 ECE)
The Institution of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineers (IETE) is India's leading recognized professional society devoted to the advancement of Science and Technology of Electronics, Telecommunication & IT. Founded in 1953, it serves more than 60,000 members through 65 centers, spread all over India and abroad. The Institution provides leadership in Scientific and Technical areas of direct importance to the national development and economy. Government of India has recognized IETE as a Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (SIRO) and also notified as an educational Institution of national eminence. The objectives of IETE focus on advancing electro-technology. The IETE conducts and sponsors technical meetings, conferences, symposia, and exhibitions all over India, publishes technical journals and provides continuing education as well as career advancement opportunities to its members.
The college is enrolled as Life Organizational Member of IETE on 12/09/2013 with membership number G00478.
Workshop on ‘IoT’ conducted by Innovians Technologies in association with IETE Vimal Jyothi Chapter on 25-10-2019 and 26-10-2019
Talk on ‘Entrepreneurship and Future Trends in Engineering’ by PACELAB in association with IETE Vimal Jyothi Chapter on 18-02-2020
If your engineering interests are the needs of the industrial or commercial sector, the Industry Applications Society (IAS) will be a valuable professional connection..
|VICE CHAIRPERSON||DILNA MARIA SHIBU||S5-EEE|
|TECHNICAL COORDINATOR||AMAL BHASKARAN||S5-EEE|
The IEEE student branch of VJEC was inaugurated in the year 2009 with the aim of bringing the students more closer to the technological world and thereby helping them to be aware about the rapidly changing world of technology and to make themselves prepared and self-sufficient for the highly competitive world. Working under the guidance of Mr. Prabin James, AP EEE the Branch Counselor, the SB had attained the status and visibility within one year like no other professional chapters have ever attained in the college. In the later years the SB was able to maintain the momentum and visibility and has emerged as a leading professional chapter in the college. We were able to host many hub and Section level events which made our SB a highly active and eminent one in the Kerala section.
The IEEE SB of VJEC still continues to be in that momentum even today with more than 230 dedicated and committed members
|VICE CHAIRPERSON||SHARON ROSE BABU||S5 CSE|
|SECRETARY||AGIL MATHEWS||S3 EEE|
|TREASURER||SEBIN M.S||S3 EEE|
|WEB MASTER||AFFIN K SUNNY||S1 AIDS|
|MDO||AIDA THOMAS||S1 AEI|
|Technical coordinator||PRANAV VIJAY MANNI||S6 EEE|
|Design & Creative Head||1 . MARTIN RENJU
2 . DENO BABY
|Content writer||UJWEL C||S1 CSD|
|Technical coordinator||GODLY SABY||S1 AIDS|
|Department Coordinators||1 . EBIN JOHN
2 . SAISHNA
3 . AJAY M
4 . MERIN SAJI
5 . AJNAS
Most Vibrant Student Branch Chapter 2019 of IEEE Malabar Sub Section – VJEC
Outstanding Branch Counselor 2019 - IEEE Kerala Section Prof. Laly James (HOD, EEE)
Special student WiE Volunteer Award 2019 –IEEE Kerala Section Ms. Megna Sudeep (S8 EEE- 2016-20 Batch)
Exemplary Leadership and Volunteering efforts as Activity coordinator - Malabar Hub, IEEE PES Kerala Chapter Mr. Arjun A K (S8 EEE-2016-20 Batch)
Excellent Volunteer Skill as WiE coordinator of IEEE Malabar Sub Section Ms.Megna Sudeep(S8 EEE-2016-20 Batch)
The Power & Energy Society (PES) provides the world's largest forum for sharing the latest in technological developments in the electric power industry, for developing standards that guide the development and construction of equipment and systems, and for educating members of the industry and the general public. Members of the Power & Energy Society are leaders in this field, and they — and their employers — derive substantial benefits from involvement with this unique and outstanding association.
|CHAIRMAN||SAYOOJ DEVAN MB||S5-EEE|
|VICE CHAIRPERSON||ALBIN JAMES||S3-EEE|
|SECRETARY & WOMEN IN POWER ACTIVITY COORDINATOR:||ALEENA K SHIBU||S3-EEE|
|PES/PELS TREASURER||JOHN TOMY||S5-EEE|
|PES/PELS TECHNICAL COORDINATOR||SHANAT K S||S1-EEE|
|CHAIRMAN||ASHLYN WILSON SASTHAMPADAVIL||S5 EEE|
|VICE CHAIRPERSON||SAISHNA SHAMEJ||S5 ECE|
|SECRETARY||RICHA ROY||S1 CSE|
|TREASURER||NANDANA V P||S1 EEE|
The Power Electronics Society is one of the fastest growing technical societies of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). For over 20 years, PELS has facilitated and guided the development and innovation in power electronics technology. This technology encompasses the effective use of electronic components, the application of circuit theory and design techniques, and the development of analytical tools toward efficient conversion, control and condition of electric power.
|CHAIRMAN||ALEN VARGHESE||S5 EEE|
|VICE CHAIRPERSON||HRITHWIK SREEJITH||S5-EEE|
|SECRETARY||AMRITH RAJ M V||S3-EEE|
|PES/PELS TECHNICAL COORDINATOR||SHANAT K S||S1 EEE|
|PELS/ PELS TREASURER||JOHN TOMY||S5 EEE|
The IEEE PELS DLP was conducted on 26th February 2019 at Vimal Jyothi Engineering College, Chemperi. Dr.Vassillos G Algedis, Professor, Technical University of Denmark has delivered a talk on “Large-Scale Solar PV Electricity Grid Integration: Technologies, Issues, Market Integration and Impact”. Students from various colleges across the state has participated the program.
IEEE PELS conducted a distinguished lecturer programme(DLP) on 26/02/2019. DLP was done by Dr. Vassillos G Algedis, Professor University of Denmark.
The IEEE Computer Society is the world's leading membership organization dedicated to computer science and technology. Serving more than 60,000 members, the IEEE Computer Society is the trusted information, networking, and career-development source for a global community of technology leaders that includes researchers, educators, software engineers, IT professionals, employers, and students.
IEEE Computer Society VJEC student chapter started on 15th September 2014. This chapter conducted/ organized number of programmes.
Membership year: 2012
Institution Membership Number: I01731
Ms. Akhila Mathew, AP- CSE
Chairman:Ms. Joshua Mathew (S5 CSE A)
Vice- Chair: Mr. Sidharth Sham Lal(S3 CSE A)
Secretary: Ms. Adithya T K (S5 CSE B)
Joint Secretary:Ms. Aleena Susan(S3 CSE B)
Treasurer:Ms. Fathima Noureen(S3 CES C)
Creative Head:Ms. Chandhana Rajeevan (S3 ADS)
CSI Student chapter conducted a workshop on Basics of C Programming for S3 Computer Science Students on 15/12/2021 and 16/12/2021. Coordinated by Ms. Akhila Mathew (Assistant Professor CSE). The workshop was handled by Mr. Adithya T K , Mr. Kiran Valsalan Nair and Mr. Joshua Mathew (S5 CSE students). The student coordinators are Mr. Ranjul Arumad, Ms. Vismaya Vinod Kumar, Mr. Shijas P and Mr. Janvin Joseph (S5 CSE students). The convenor for the event is Dr. Jeethu V. Devasia (HoD CSE).
CSI Student chapter conducted an alumni interaction program on Introduction to UiPath for CSE, ADS and CSD Students on 04/12/2022. Coordinated by Ms. Akhila Mathew (Assistant Professor CSE). The workshop was handled by 2016-’20 CSE student, Mr. Wissam Salih Abdulla - Associate Consultant - Smaartt Technology. The convenor for the event is Dr. Jeethu V. Devasia (HoD CSE).
CSI sponsored FDP on machine learning was conducted from 2 March 2021 to 6 March 2021. The one-week online Faculty Development Program (FDP) on MACHINE LEARNING WITH ITS MATHEMATICAL FOUNDATIONS in collaboration with the Computer Society of India(CSI) was organized successfully with the participation of different stakeholders. The FDP addresses the fundamental concepts of machine learning and mathematics. The details of the course are given below. The FDP was coordinated by Dr. Jeethu V. Devasia- Associate professor- HoD- CSE, Ms. Akhila Mathew - Assistant professor-CSE, Mr. Ansil Nazar- Assistant Professor- CSE.
This course was aimed at the faculty members of the AICTE approved institutions, research scholars, PG Scholars, participants from Government and Industry. There were 150 participants registered for the FDP from the various institutes/ colleges/ universities in India. Mar Joseph Pamplany, Chairman of Vimal Jyothi Engineering college inaugurated the FDP. Dr. Benny Joseph, Principal of Vimal Jyothi Engineering College, Dr. Jeethu V. Devasia, Head of the department of computer science and engineering, and Dr. Sheeba K representative of CSI Trivandrum chapter addressed the gathering in the inaugural session and discussed the importance of this FDP.
Resource Persons from reputed academic institutions are included in this FDP details are given below:
|Dr. Jeethu V. Devasia||Department of CSE, VJEC|
|Prof. Gireesan K. K.||Department of Mathematics Government College of Engineering Kannur|
|Dr. Sreeni K. G.||Department of ECE, College of Engineering Trivandrum|
|Prof. George K. V.||Department of Mathematics- VJEC|
|Dr. Ajeesh Ramanujan||Department of CSE- College of Engineering Trivandrum|
CSI Student chapter conducted a workshop on Writing Technical Papers for Computer Science Students on 21 st November 2020. Coordinated by Ms. Akhila Mathew(Assistant professor CSE). Workshop was handled by Dr. Manoj V. Thomas , Professor , Department of CSE. The convenor for the event is Dr. Jeethu V. Devasia(HoD CSE)
CSI Student chapter conducted a workshop on Machine Learning with Python for S3, S5 and S7 Students on 31 st October. Coordinated by Ms. Akhila Mathew, Assistant professor CSE, Adheena K M (S3 CSE), Aiswarya M (S7 CSE).Workshop was handled by Mr. Harshin Ramesh (Alumni 2016-20 Batch). The convenor for the event is Dr. Jeethu V. Devasia(HoD CSE)
CSI Student chapter conducted a workshop on Machine Learning with Python for S3, S5 and S7 Students on 17 th October. Coordinated by Ms. Akhila Mathew, Assistant professor CSE,Adheena K M (S3 CSE),Aiswarya M (S7 CSE).Workshop was handled by Mr.ABHINAV C ,Mr. AMAL ALUMNI (2016-20 BATCH).The convenor for the event is Dr. Jeethu V. Devasia(HoD CSE)
CSI Student chapter conducted a workshop on Introduction to Android Application Development and Deployment for Computer Science Students on 15 August and 16 August 2020. Coordinated by Ms. Akhila Mathew(Assistant professor CSE),Vibin James Varghese (S5 CSE), Vignesh PV (S5 CSE), Don Martin (S5 CSE). Workshop was handled by Mr. Jis Joe Mathew(AP,CSE , Amaljyothi College of Engineering Kanjiarapally)
VJEC CSI students chapter conducted a hands-on workshop on Hyperledger Fabric on 7 March and 8 March 2020. The workshop is coordinated by Ms. Akhila Mathew, Assistant Professor CSE. Session handled by Mr. Vishnu Pradeep, ULTS Calicut. The session mainly focused on the basics of Hyperledger fabric.
CSI Student chapter conducted a workshop on blockchain technology on 15 february and 16 february 2020. Coordinated by Ms. Akila Mathew, Assistant professor CSE. Workshop was handled by Ms. Anizhasree K, Blockchain Delivery, ULTS, Mr. Vishnu Pradheep, Associate Developer, Blockchain Delivery, ULTS and Mr. Rahul Rajeevan, Associate Developer, Blockchain Delivery/ Testing , ULTS.
Organised Basics of C Programming Workshop on September 3 2019 and September 4 2019,coordinated by Ms. Akhila Mathew,handled by Mr. Arjun Govindan (S7 CSE),Mr. Midhun Devasia (S7 CSE), Mr. Ajay Joy (S7 CSE), Mr. Amal Lakshman (S7 CSE).The session was all about basics of a C program and data types also a brief explanation on the scope of programming and its applications.
Department of CSE have organised a three days STTP on “Blockchain Technology and it’s Applications” from 13th - 15th July 2018. The course included better understanding of the functions of Blockchain, its behaviour as immutable, encrypted and distributed ledger. Critical evaluation of existing "smart contract" capabilities and platforms and examines their future direction, opportunities, risks and challenges. Hands-on implementation and deployment of Ethereum private network and smart contract will also be covered. Dr. Manoj V Thomas (Professor and HoD CSE) was the chief co-ordinator and Ms. Derroll David and Ms. Anisha Joseph were the co-ordinators. Dr. Sindhu M from TIFAC-CORE in Cyber Security, Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, Coimbatore and Mr. Midhun T P from Factweavers Technologies Pvt. Ltd. were the resource persons.
ACM brings together computing educators, researchers, and professionals to inspire dialogue, share resources, and address the field's challenges. As the world’s largest computing society, ACM strengthens the profession's collective voice through strong leadership, promotion of the highest standards, and recognition of technical excellence. ACM supports the professional growth of its members by providing opportunities for life‐long learning, career development, and professional networking.
Founded at the dawn of the computer age, ACM’s reach extends to every part of the globe, with more than half of its 100,000 members residing outside the U.S. Its growing membership has led to Councils in Europe, India, and China, fostering networking opportunities that strengthen ties within and across countries and technical communities. Their actions enhance ACM’s ability to raise awareness of computing’s important technical, educational, and social issues around the world.
ACM student chapter of our department was inaugurated by Dr. Sabu M Thampi, Chapter Chair, Trivandrum on 1/4/2016. The event was followed by an expert talk on “Machine Learning in Cyber Security”.
Chair: Mr. Nihal Manoj (2018-'22 batch)
Vice Chair: Ms. Krishnapriya Premakumar(2018-'22 batch)
Secretary : Ms. Nathasha KV(2019-'23 batch)
Treasurer: Mr. Alan Saji (2019-'23 batch)
Membership Chair: Mr. Immanuel Monson (2018-'22 batch)
Faculty Sponsor:Ms. Divya B
Mr. Harold Praksash (2019-'23 batch)
Ms. Aneesha S (2019-'23 batch)
Mr. Saayanth P(2020-'24 batch)
Mr. Vignesh PV (2018-'22 batch)
Mr. Ramdev CM(2018 - '22 batch)
Nuestra-ACM Student ChapterView Newsletter
ACM Students Chapter organized an online quiz contest - Cognite 2.0 on 29th January 2022 for first and third-semester students of the CSE department. The event was organized by Ms. Divya B., Associate Professor, CSE, and Ms. Neena V. V., Associate Professor, CSE. The convenor for the event is Dr. Jeethu V. Devasia, HoD, CSE.The winners of the event were,
ACM Student chapter organized a one day workshop for the CSE students on Cyber Safety by SISTMR Australia on 18 th Sep 2021. The workshop was handled by Dr. Pritham Shah, Chair, Society for Innovation in Scientific, Technological and Medical Research Australia and Prof. Surendra K V, AP, HKBK College of Engineering, Bangalore. Student Coordinators are Immanuel Monson and Maria T V of S6 CSE (2018 - '22 batch). Faculty coordinators are Ms. Akhila Mathew (Assistant Professor CSE), Ms. Divya B (Associate Professor CSE) and Ms. Neena V V (Associate Professor CSE). The convenor for the event is Dr. Jeethu V. Devasia (HoD CSE).
ACM Student chapter organized Outscal’s Game development master class on 10th Sep 2021. Student Coordinators are Mr. Nihal Manoj (S6 CSE) and Chandhana Rajeevan (S2 ADS). Faculty coordinators are Ms. Divya B (Associate Professor CSE) and Ms. Neena V V (Associate Professor CSE). The convenor for the event is Dr. Jeethu V. Devasia (HoD CSE).
ACM Student chapter organized a webinar for the CSE students on Get career ready by contributing to open source on 26th May 2021. The workshop was handled by Mr. Muhammed Rajeef M K, Android Frontend Engineer, Google. Student Coordinators are Ms. Krishnapriya P (S6 CSE) and Ramdev C M (S6 CSE). Faculty coordinators are Ms. Divya B (Associate Professor CSE) and Ms. Neena V V (Associate Professor CSE). The convenor for the event is Dr. Jeethu V. Devasia (HoD CSE).
ACM Student chapter organized a one day workshop for the CSE students on An enthralling introduction to the world of C programming on 22nd May 2021. The workshop was handled by Mr. Aromal Joseph K M (S8 CSE). Student Coordinators are Aneesha S (S4 CSE B) and Saayanth (S2 CSE A). Faculty coordinators are Ms. Divya B (Associate Professor CSE) and Ms. Neena V V (Associate Professor CSE). The convenor for the event is Dr. Jeethu V. Devasia (HoD CSE).
ACM Student chapter organized a webinar for the CSE students on Ideate - A Project Mentoring Session on 22nd August 2020. The workshop was handled by Ms. Varada M V, Mr. Nijil P T and Ann Mary George of CSE. Student Coordinators are Agin Chandran of CSE. Faculty coordinators are Ms. Divya B (Associate Professor CSE) and Ms. Neena V V (Associate Professor CSE). The convenor for the event is Dr. Jeethu V. Devasia (HoD CSE).
ACM Student chapter organized an online Ethical Hacking workshop for the CSE students on A Dive Into Your Privacy on 6th and 7th August 2020. The workshop was handled by Mr. Aromal Joseph K M (S7 CSE), EC - Council Certified Ethical Hacker. Student Coordinators are Arun (S7 CSE) and Davis (S7 CSE). Faculty coordinators are Ms. Divya B (Associate Professor CSE) and Ms. Neena V V (Associate Professor CSE). The convenor for the event is Dr. Jeethu V. Devasia (HoD CSE).
ACM Student Chapter Organized “Cognite”-Online Quiz Contest on 25th May, 2020.
The winners of the event were,
ACM Student Chapter Organized “Cywiro”-Online Debugging Contest on 18th May, 2020.
The winners of the event were,
Organized a workshop for the CSE students on Google Explore ML-beginners track on 29 th Oct 2019. The workshop was handled by Mr. Arjun Govindan, Google ML facilitator (S7 CSE). The workshop was attended by 36 seventh and fifth semester students. The workshop covered basics of Machine Learning and all the participants were issued “Certificate of Completion” by Google.
In association with i3india Technologies and Aakaar IIT Bombay, organized the prelims of IoT Challenge 2020 on 28 th Sept. -29 th Sept., 2019. The event was coordinated by Ms. Divya B, faculty sponsor, Ms. Neena V V, Professional member, Ms. Varada M V, Chair and Ms. Ann Mary George, Vice-Chair along with 11 ACM student members. IoT Challenge 2020 is a national event with a two day workshop and a competition at the end of second day. We had 120 participants from various branches of VJEC. The resource persons were Mr. Sinku Kumar and Mr. Vivek, embedded engineers from i3india. Every participant of the event was given a certificate of participation. Winners of Round 1 were given merit certificates. Out of the 120 participants, 3 teams were selected for the finals on March 15 th 2020 at IIT Bombay.
Organized an article contest in the areas related to Machine Learning, Internet of Things and Edge AI for the CSE students on September 6 th , 2020. 11 articles were received and it was evaluated by the evaluation panel, Dr. Jeethu V Devasia, Associate Professor, and Ms. Vidhya S S, Assistant Professor, CSE. The following were the winners of the contest,
Lab Equipped with YASKAWA GP8 Motoman Robot and it is Ideal for high-speed assembly and handling applications, the GP8 robot is fast and compact. Not only does this highly efficient robot offer the highest payload, fastest speed and highest wrist allowable moment in its class, but also it can be controlled by either the YRC1000 controller or the YRC1000micro controller. The YRC1000 utilizes the lightweight standard teach pendant or the easy-to-use touch screen Smart Pendant, and the YRC1000micro is available for use with the standard teach pendant. In addition This is a state of the art training facility in Pneumatics, Hydraulics and PLC Technologies at VJEC.
Having said that, the Robotics Club of VJEC strives to stimulate interest in robotics among the students of the institute. Besides making a serious endeavor to spread knowledge on Robotics. It is this exemplary virtue that has bound the club and helped it to grow to its present potential. It was initiated way back in 2009 under the tutelage of Prof. Sunil Paul (Department of Mechanical Engineering) and over the years it has diversified. The club today is an active platform for students to display and develop their practical machine building skills and knowledge.
Robotics club also organizes seminars and workshops in the broad fields of robotics and mechatronics periodically. It also acts as a resource center and workshop for final year projects. Each year robotics club is directly involved in minimum of twenty projects and indirectly involved in so many other projects. Robotics club is also into industry consultation projects.