Date 18th February 2015

Time 12:00 pm – 1:00pm

Venue AC Auditorium

Participants 65

The objective of the event was to present the annual and financial report of the 2014, and to present the newly elected ExeCom. The principal and branch counselor spoke, while the annual report was presented by the Activity Coordinator of ExeCom 2014, and the financial report presented by the outgoing treasurer. The newly elected office bearers were announced by the outgoing Chair, Mr Tony Tom.

Date 28th February 2015

Time 10:00 am – 4:15pm

Venue AC Auditorium

Participants 39

The SB, along with IEEE Kerala Young Professionals conducted IEEE Student Transition & Elevation Partnership (STEP) targeted at final year engineering students and recent graduates with the core objective of introducing IEEE Young Professionals and the various benefits of being its member. The event also helped them to explore various avenues for sharpening professional development, technical skills and networking with top professionals in the field of interest.

STEP had Prof V K Damodaran (IEEE Kerala Young Professionals Mentor), Dr. K Gopakumar (Professor at TKM College of Engineering), Dr Nisha Kuruvila (HOD, Dept. of Electronics, CEC), Mr Nimish Joseph (Software Developer, Oracle), Mr Anoop Thomas Mathew (CTO, Profoundis), Mr Ajin Baby (Chair, IEEE Kerala Young Professionals), Mr Ranjith R Nair (IEEE Kerala Young Professionals SIGHT Chairman), Mr Thomas Sabu (Membership Development Working Group Chair, IEEE Kerala Young Professionals), and Mr Bibin Parukoor Thomas (Secretary, IEEE Kerala Young Professionals) as the dignitaries.

The sessions included:

• Beyond Bachelors – A session on career option

• Launch Pad – Mantras for a Successful Career

• Introduction to IEEE Young Professionals and its benefits

• Panel Discussion


Date 28th February 2015

Time 11:00 am – 2:00pm

Venue Room No 114

Participants 53

This event was targeted at the first years and second years, where 3 speakers talked to the students on molding an engineer and his career opportunities. The event also helped them to explore various avenues for sharpening professional development, technical skills and networking with top professionals in the field of interest.

The speakers for this event included:

1. Mr Anoop Thomas Mathew (CTO Profoundis) on Essential Technical Skills Required in the Industry. 2. Mr Nimish Joseph (Software Developer, Oracle) on Career Opportunities after Engineering. 3. Mr Arjun R Pillai (CEO & Co-Founder, Profoundis and IEEE R10 SAC) – A Q&A session on IEEE volunteering and his experience .

Date 12th March 2015

Time 4:15 PM – 5:30 PM

Venue IEEE Library

Participants 40

The event was targeted at the first and second year students with the core objective of introducing the various benefits of proper documentation skills and for forming a documentation team for each society in the SB. The event also had training sessions on resume making, report writing, resume and CV, proposals, etc.

Date 26th March 2015

Time 4:15 PM – 5:45 PM

Venue IEEE Library

Participants 20

This was a farewell get-together of the 2015 batch and the new ExeCom, meant as a platform for the new ExeCom members to interact and learn from the experienced members of the 2014 ExeCom. The outgoing chairman and other office bearers shared their experience on volunteering and running the student branch, imparting invaluable knowledge to the new office bearers.

Date 20th – 31st May 2015

Time 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Venue Various

Participants 106

The 4th edition of the Darrel Chong Award winning CEC ISQIP was held for 12 days in two phases – ISQIP CS and ISQIP EC, concluding with an internship drive. The event was targeted mainly at the 2nd and 3rd years in the college, but there was representation from the NIT Calicut SB as well. There were a total of 10 sessions/workshops in this edition.

Phase 1 – ISQIP CS: ISQIP CS was conducted from May 20 – 26, 2015, with a participation of 67 students for 8 sessions/workshops. There were a total of 15 speakers for these sessions. ISQIP CS 2015 had the following sessions:

 HTML/CSS/JS (Binoy Balu and Christy Abraham Joy with Sandeep C) – 67 participants – Two parallel sessions on 2 days, on May 20 and 21.  UI/UX (Bibin Parakoor Thomas and Bipin Thomas) – 67 participants – Two parallel sessions on May 22.  RESUME MAKING AND EMAIL ETIQUETTE – (Ajin Baby and Joffin Joseph) – 67 participants – Two 3-hour parallel session, on May 23 from 9:30 AM to 12:30 PM.  VERSION CONTROL SYSTEMS (Hrishekesh K B and Faisal P P) – 67 participants – Two 3-hour parallel session, on May 23 from 1:30 PM to 4:30 PM.  PYTHON-DJANGO (Rahul Ramesh) – 23 participants – 3 days, from May 24 to 26.  PHP (Nakul E S) – 11 participants – 3 days, from May 24 to 26  ANDROID Dev (Sojan Jose, Akash Jose, Vishnu Narayanan) – 18 participants – 3 days, from May 24 to 26.  ADVANCED JS (Balakrishnan V K) – 15 participants – 3 days, from May 24 to 26

Phase 2 – ISQIP EC: ISQIP EC was from May 27 – 31, 2015, with a participation of 40 students for 2 workshops. ISQIP EC had the following sessions:

 Scilab (Sachin Varriar) – 40 participants – Two days, on May 27 and 28.  Raspberry Pi (Pratheesh V Nair) – 40 participants -Three days, on May 29, 30 and 31

Internship Drive: ISQIP’15 concluded with an internship drive, where the participants of ISQIP could appear for a selection process to be eligible for internships in companies ISQIP had tied up with. The internship drive was held on May 31, where the registered participants were able to take part in an interview selection process. There were four interviewers divided into two panels, who grilled the participants with technical and logical questions to measure their aptitude.

A total of 26 students participated in the Internship Drive, and 16 students were offered internships through these partnerships.

Date 12th September 2015

Time 10:00 AM – 1:45 PM

Venue IEEE Library

Participants 5

A class was taken for 5 students from College of Engineering Karunagapally on IEEE Reporting Guidelines. vTools SB and officer reporting were mainly focused on, with sessions on proper document preparation including reports and proposals. A discussion was also held on the best practices to run the SB and of events or sessions that could be held to drive membership growth and retention.

The participants included the Chair and Treasurer from IEEE CEKarunagapally SB, along with other office bearers and volunteers.

Date 11th July 2015

Time 10:00 am – 4:30pm

Venue Seminar Hall

Participants 50

The key objective of the workshop, which was meant for second year students, was to enlighten the students on developing attractive and resourceful websites using WordPress and other Content Management Systems.

The entire workshop was covered in two sessions. First session was a class led by Ashish Muralidharan, Chair, IEEE CS Chapter CEC. He demonstrated web designing, content management and related topics in a lucid way along with an ongoing web designing of participant’s choice. The second session included a web designing competition for the participants. The program helped a lot of students to enter the field of web designing and to work on their interests.

The Developer Community is unique to CEC where interested students were handpicked according to their demonstrated skills and given continuous training and projects throughout the year. DevCom had 16 members, who were divided into groups based on interests to work on projects together. DevCom is a continuing process that extends into the next year as well.

Date 30th July 2015

Time 4:00 pm – 5:30pm

Venue Room 114

Participants 53

The Networking Meet was organized for second year students, and was hosted by Susmitha M, Secretary, Computer Society, IEEE SB CEC. The prime objective of the event was to create an interactive session for the CS members where they could get to know each other well and to provide a platform to improve their communication and leadership skills. The event also motivated CS members especially girls to learn, understand recent developments in technical world and present their understanding about these fields.

The event had two sessions: a TECH debate and a Group activity. The debate was on the merits and demerits of Windows and Android. The group activity was conducted by dividing the participants into four teams consisting of 9 members each on the topic Android vs Windows. A brainstorming session was held thereafter before concluding.

Date 17th August 2015

Time 4:00 pm – 6:00pm

Venue Room 310

Participants 20

A brief session was conducted to inform the student body of IEEEXtreme, a platform to increase one’s critical and analytical skills. The main focus was on the secondyears to encourage them to participate in this event. A certain amount of questions were also provided to the participants and they were given 24 hours to solve all the questions. The questions were challenging, yet do-able. The highlight of the competition was that it provided the participants with a clear understanding of where they stand when it comes to coding

Date 3rd – 4th October 15

Time 8:00 am – 6:30pm

Venue AC Auditorium

Participants 88

AKCSSC served as the solution to the dearth of major CS related events in the Section and created a platform to ensure that every volunteer is given an opportunity to streamline their thoughts and actions into reality. The event saw an audience of 65 students from 13 student Chapters of IEEE Computer Society in the Kerala Section, with a total participation of 88 students.

The highlights of the event were:

 Parallel workshops on cutting edge technology  Empowering mothers program to raise technical know-how of mothers  Technical talks from distinguished speakers like Dr. Andre Oboler (CEO, Online Hate Prevention Institute), Dr. Suresh Nair (CTO, NeST Group), Mrs. Mini Ulanat (Chairperson, IEEE Computer Society Kerala Section)  Candle Light Dinner  Treasure Hunt

In addition, there were talks and sessions handled by expert speakers:

 “Science: Finding Answers” – Nihal Sahu (Bar-camp Kerala, Autodidact, Entrepreneur, Author)  “3 D Printing Technology” (Session and demo) – Mr. Harilal (Orion Labs)  “Women Empowerment & Personality Development” – Babitha (Personality Development Trainer and Prof. Assumption College)  “Entrepreneurship and Government Support” – P.C. Vishnunadh MLA  “Getting started with Raspberry Pi” – Arvind Sanjeev (CEO – DIY hacking)  “Gamification” – Vijay S Paul (Co-founder, IZECreative)

Three parallel workshops were also conducted during the event:

 “Web hosting and C panel” – Ajin Baby (COO, Veeble Infotech)  “Machine Learning and Data Analytics” – Vineeth Mohan (Corporate Trainer and Cofounder, Factweavers Technologies, Past: Yahoo)  “Raspberry Pi and Python”- Pratheesh V Nair (CTO Tachlog)

The Women in Computing AG and the Computer Society chapter of the SB jointly held this programme, held parallel to AKCSSC. The event focused specifically on mothers in the locality and emphasized the importance of e-learning in today’s world especially to the women community.

ARISE had the support of the local MP PC VIshnunadh as well, who helped kick-off the event. ARISE was held in two phases:

Phase 1:

Date October 4th

Time 10:00 am – 3:30 pm

Venue Seminar Hall

Participants 20

The event kick-started with an interactive talk session handled by Mrs. Sujitha Anoop, quality analyst , Medical Coding section at Pacific Ventures. She ventured into the vast opportunities that lie before women in our community, the various ways of using technology to enhance the productivity of the work they undertake and also about the diverse platforms that the women of today can make use of.

The talk was followed by a hands-on introductory session on basic computing tools, information gathering methods and social networking platforms for the participants. The session was completely handled by student volunteers of the college. These featured creating email accounts, social media familiarization and smartphone familiarization as well, which took off with an introduction to various computing devices initially.

Phase 2:

Date December 13th

Time 12:30 pm – 3:30 pm

Venue Computer Centre

Participants 10

The second phase of the event jointly organised by WIC and CS was held in December. The prime objective of the program was to help the mothers to recollect what they had learnt in the first phase of the program and also to make them more technically independent. The volunteers provided assistance for each mother, helped them out for their particular needs in the cyber world.

Online shopping, song and movie downloading, social networking, online reading, blogging and app downloading were some of the skills the mothers picked up from this session

Date 11th January

Time 10:00 am – 5:00pm

Venue AC Auditorium

Participants 40

Following Robothon, a RAS Volunteer Meet was conducted. Various IEEE leaders and prominent personalities were present for the meet, as well as students from various colleges.

The Volunteer Meet served as a platform for the discussion of several key matters relating to the management and development of a RAS student branch, as well as other topics related to robotics. Most importantly, the Meet served to bring together members from various SBs, who were previously working in isolation, and helped develop a sense of collective identity among the RAS chapters.

The Volunteer Meet was headed by the following dignitaries:

• Mr Rejin Narayanan, Chairman, IEEE RAS Chapter Kerala Section • Mr Shahim Baker, Secretary, IEEE RAS Chapter Kerala Section • Mr Arjun R Pillai, Vice Chair, Products & Services, IEEE Global Young Professionals • Mr Ajin Baby, Chairman, IEEE Kerala Young Professionals

Date 20th March

Time 12:30 pm – 2:00pm

Venue Open Space, 4th floor

Participants 300

The RAS chapter along with Product Development Cell (PRODDEC) of the college conducted this event for all students of the college to observe. The expo contained 16 projects showing the application of sensors in electronics projects.

The event was mainly targeted at first year students. The core objective was to create an effective learning experience by witnessing the practical application of the theories dealt in class. The projects were developed by 2nd and 3rd year students with assistance from the faculty.

Date 20-22nd & 27-29 July

Time 4:00 pm – 5:30pm

Venue Room 511 Participants 124

Date 20-22nd & 27-29 July

Time 4:00 pm – 5:30pm

Venue Room 511

Participants 124

The event focused on second year students who had no prior experience in hobby circuit designing. The primary objective was to evolve them from the beginner stage to intermediate stage of Hobby Circuit Designing. The workshop was conducted in two sessions, each of three days for two batches of 62 students each.

The workshop was handled by senior students along. Day 1 introduced different components to the participants, which was on day 2 by implementing circuits on breadboards. Day 3 had soldering of circuits on a PCB

Date Weekly
Time 12:15 pm -1:00pm

Venue IEEE Library

Participants 30

The RAS chapter conducted weekly seminars handled by students, open to all students, providing a platform to practice oratory skills, confront stage fears and tackle them properly. This activity paved the way for imparting basic knowledge on various topics related to Robotics and Automation.

The seminars were taken by students of 2nd year and attended by 1st, 2nd and 3rd year students. On the whole the weekly seminar comprised of 4 events where various informative topics were brought to participants on their prevalent demand.

Seminars taken included:

 Blue LED Technology – Ajay Haridas (February 5th)  BeagleBone Black – Dileep K (February 12th)  Surface Mounting Technology (March 5th)  Wi-Fi Communication – Karthik K (July 15th)


Date: 8th January 2015

Time: 1:45 to 2:15 pm

The inaugural function started off with Mr Shanu N, Branch counsellor, CEC Student Branch, delivering the welcome speech. It was followed by a brief speech by Dr. Jyothiraj V P, Principal, College of Engineering, Chengannur, on the importance of bringing together RAS members in order to polish their skills and also for knowledge sharing. Dr. Deepa J delivered the felicitation speech in which she specified the need for undertaking projects which support social causes thereby upholding the very cause called IEEE.

The chief guest of the day was Dr. Prahlad Vadakkeppat, a prominent researcher in the field of robotics and also Assistant Professor at National University of Singapore. Mrs Biju Vadakkeppat, wife of Dr. Prahlad Vadakkeppat graced the occasion with a recital of Sanskrit poetry. LIGHTING THE LAMP ceremony by the entire dignitary present marked an end to the inaugural function.

Keynote Address

Date: 8th January 2015

Time: 2:15 to 3:15 pm

Speaker: Dr Prahlad Vadakkeppat

About the Speaker

Dr Prahlad Vadakkeppat is a prominent robotics researcher and founder & General Secretary of the Federation of International Robot-Soccer Association (FIRA). He is an Associate Professor at the National University of Singapore. Dr Vadakkeppat has served as the Secretary to the IEEE Singapore Section for the year 2005 and as Technical Activity Coordinator to the Region 10 (Asia-Pacific) in 2001-2002.


Dr Vadakkeppat commented in his keynote that an engineer should be diverting his activities in serving the society at large. There is call for engineers who can develop products, sustain the same , market it and yet make money from it to develop more of it, he said ,since a world without engineer’s would be very much difficult a task to evade nowadays.

He discussed various means by which robotics could be used to serve the society at large through a very thought evoking presentation. He classified robots as being industrial and mobile bots. Robots gain an upper hand above humans with the fact that they can work blindly and also continuously, he said.

Robots for medical and health care were discussed which included the Da Vinci Robotic Surgeon, Brain controlled robotic arm, tele-presence robots for medical care, bug bots and finally nanobots which could enter human blood streams and provide valuable data for diagnosis.

Robots for the elderly and disabled where given high regards for the service they provide to our society. The keynote came to a close with Dr Vadakkeppatt stating that the near future would see a world where humans will spend a great deal of time interacting with robots, in the home, workplace and out in the streets.


Date: 8th– 10thJanuary 2015

Instructors: Mr Aswin Shibu Abraham, Mr Tushar Mohan

This session consisted of the participants being introduced to various concepts necessary to build a basic robot (Day 1), and then being provided the components and materials necessary to fabricate a robot (Days 2 & 3).

The project that the teams were made to work on, was aMaze Solving Robot.Using an Arduino interfaced with IR and ultrasound sensors, each team created their own version of an autonomous robot that would find its way out of a maze using a generalized algorithm.

After the teams completed their robots, they competed against each other on a maze prepared by the RAS CEC volunteers. The team with the shortest time out of the maze was given a cash prize ofRs. 30,000, while the runners-up were awardedRs. 10,000.

The following is a detailed schedule of the first three days of ROBOTHON 2015, consisting of the Inaugural Ceremony and Hackathon session.

Day 1 – 8th January 2015 – Inauguration, Keynote and Workshop




Registration & Breakfast


Session 1 – Familiarisation of Arduino


Networking Tea


Session 1 contd. – Familiarisation of Arduino


Networking Lunch


Inaugural Function


Keynote by Dr Prahlad Vadakkeppatt


Interactive Session with Dr Vadakkeppatt


Tea Break


Networking Session


Session 2 – ROBOTHON

Day 2 – 9thJanuary 2015 – Robo-Hackathon

7.00am – 8.00am


Session 3 – Robo-Hackathon

8.00am – 11.00am

11.00am – 11.15am

Tea Break

Session 3 contd. – Robo-Hackathon

11.15am – 1.00pm

1.00pm – 2.00pm

Networking Lunch

Session 3 contd. – Robo-Hackathon

2.00pm – 5.00pm

5.00pm – 5.15pm

Networking Tea

Session 3 contd. – Robo-Hackathon

5.15pm – 9.00pm

Day 3 – 10thJanuary 2015 – Robo-Hackathon(contd.) and Expo

6.00am – 8.00am

Session 4 – Robo-Hackathon

8.00am – 9.00am


9.00am – 11.00am

Session 4 contd. – Robo-Hackathon

11.00am – 11.15am

Tea Break

11.15am – 2.00pm

Session 4 contd. – Robo-Hackathon

2.00pm – 3.00pm

Networking Lunch

3.00pm – 4.45pm

Expo and Competition


Networking Tea


Valedictory Function & Prize Distribution

Date October 1st

Time 11:00 am

Venue Centre Court

Participants 28

The RAS chapter organized this competition in association with CEC Magnum, the technical fest of the college. The key objective was to build a robot that could reach the final destination overcoming various obstacles at the minimum time. The RAS chapter of the college had its student members preparing a sturdy robot to compete in this competition, which was won by a team from Vishwajyothi College

Date October 1st

Time 1:00 pm

Venue Centre Court

Participants 20

This was another competition organized by the RAS chapter for Magnum. The mission was to make a white line following Robot. The event rejuvenated the viewer’s mind thoughts. Sidharth Rajeev from Sree Buddha College reached the first position. This also had the RAS chapter members preparing a line tracer robot to compete.

Date October 2nd

Time 1:00 pm

Venue Centre Court

Participants 26

Robowar, the popular robot-to-robot battling competition, was also organized by the RAS chapter for Magnum. The competition was highly entertaining and competitive, with the teams having made sturdy robots capable of withstanding brutal assaults. Blesson from MBT College and Vivek C from KMP College, Perumbavoor bagged the first and second position respectively.

Date July 22nd

Time 12:20 pm – 1:00 pm

Venue IEEE Library

Participants 32

This TechTalk was on the basics of Smart Grid Technology. This was the very first event conducted under IEEE PES CEC. It drew students from the first and second year batches to take part in the session

Date August 8th

Time 9:30 pm – 4:00 pm

Venue AC Auditorium

Participants 50

The PES chapter of IEEE SB CEC was formally inaugurated by Dr. Bijuna K. The branch counselor, electrical dept HOD, PES staff-in-charge spoke on this historic occasion.

The inaugural ceremony was followed by a seminar on “Grid Getting Smarter” by Dr Bijuna K. The session provided an overall idea about the basic concepts and technical aspects of Smart Grid which is a smart system that incorporates a variety of operational and energy measures including smart meters, smart appliances, renewable energy resources, and energy efficiency resources.

The seminar was followed by a fun session for the participants who mainly consisted of 2nd and 3rd year students, which included a Questionnaire, Task Entry and Scrap Contraption. The fun session was well received and enjoyed.

Date August 19th

Time 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Venue IEEE Library

Participants 30

The quiz competition consisted of 2 levels. In the first level, a general written quiz and in the second level a rapid fire session was conducted.

The third session was a strong debate on the topic ‘Is nuclear energy good or bad?’. Mr Georgi Philip of Semester V was selected as the best debater.

Date October 2nd

Time 11:00 am – 4:00 pm

Venue Campus

Participants 4 x 18

The IEEE PES chapter conducted this competition in association with Magnum. TESLA commenced with the prelims round, which incuded 30 multpile choice questions on various topics to be completed in 20 minutes. This was followed by the Logo Round where 5 logos were displayed and each team was asked to identify the logo. The final round of prelims included an Identify the Person competition, where 5clues about a particular person (electrical engineering field related), were given and each team were asked to identify that particular person.

7 teams were selected to the finals based on their score in the prelims. Each team was directed to 7 different places, with clues provided at the end of every task. The final destination had the prize money attached, and the team that got there first were crowned the winners.

Date October 9th

Time 4:00 pm – 4:30 pm

Venue Room 509

Participants 90

The preliminary round of the state level IEEE PES Quiz Competition was held for first year students. The participants were required to answer 50 General Knowledge questions prepared by the IEEE Power and Energy Society of the Kerala Section. The top three had the privilege of representing College of Engineering Chengannur in HUB level and further in the state level finals.

Date October 31st

Time 10:00 am – 3:00 pm

Venue Seminar Hall

Participants 38

The Hub Level competition of the IEEE PES Quiz organised by IEEE PES Kerala Section was held at the college, with participation from 15 colleges. The competition consisted of a preliminary round out of which 10 finalists were shortlisted, who were eligible for the second round. The competition was won by a student from Model Engineering College. The details of the winners were forwarded to the section for the Section level finals. The event concluded with an IEEE Awareness Class handled by Rony Alex of CEC.

Date February 28th

Time 9:45 am – 10:20 am

Venue AC Auditorium

Participants 100

The SSCS Chapter was officially inaugurated by Dr. K Gopakumar (Professor of the Dept. of Electronics, TKM College of Engineering). The event was conducted in association with STEP and had a participation of more than 100, from UG students of various departments, MTech VLSI and Embedded Systems, and faculties from various departments.

The inaugural ceremony was followed by an expert talk by Dr K Gopakumar on ‘ASIC Tape Out: Designers’ Perspective’. He mentioned the various areas where a VLSI engineer should work on. He explained in detail the various steps in the SOC design process. The topic also dealt with various analog and digital design steps and various factors to be taken care of while designing.

The SSCS Chapter conducted a workshop on Lab VIEW and its applications for the benefit of the MTech VLSI students. The workshop was jointly taken by the faculty and senior students. It detailed the use of Lab VIEW for system design and other applications.

Date September 9th

Time 10:00 am – 11:00 am

Venue Seminar Hall

Participants 40

The SSCS Chapter conducted an awareness class for first year MTech students on the benefits of having an SSCS membership in professional and academic life. The session was handled by the senior MTech students, who also gave a brief history of the SB as well

Date October 1st – 2nd

Time 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

Venue Room 402

Participants :40

The SSCS Chapter also took part in the technical festival of the college by organising a technical stall showcasing the various equipiments and tools used in system design and other purposes. The stall served as an educatory experience for the participants who attended the technical fest. The stall was well received with a huge turnout of interested students.

Date October 23rd

Time 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

Venue MTech Lab

Participants 50

The SSCS Chapter organised a workshop on LATEX for efficient text processing and document generation. The workshop was handled by Mr. Nithin Thomas Abraham (M.Tech VLSI & Embeded Systems, CEC). The workshop detailed the use of the software for generating reports, proposals, CVs, among others. The session provided to be very useful to the participants, which consisted of MTech students from both branches in the college.

Date January 12th – 16th

Time 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm

Venue College

Participants 149 (total) 


The celebrations were centred on the theme ‘To be solo, to be stronger’ and comprised various technical workshops, competitions and talks, all with an objective to bring girls to the spotlight and celebrate the power and confidence that education encompasses. The following events were conducted as part of WIE 10th Year Celebration: 

• L’ATTITUDE – IEEE Ethics Competition • Best Lady Personality Competition • C-Coding Competition • Latex Workshop • Quiz Competitio

Date January 17th  

Time 10:00 am – 3:30 pm

Venue AC Auditorium

Participants 60

The WIE 10th Year Celebrations concluded with a WIE Volunteers Meet-Up, aimed at networking the WIE AGs in each SB. The event had Mrs Sarada Jayakrishnan (Secretary of IEEE Kerala Section) as the chief guest who delivered a keynote on the importance of empowering our women for a better tomorrow.  

The event also had a WIE Chairperson Meet to discuss the various activities that was conducted at student branches, and to come up with a roadmap for the coming year. A talk on Young Professionals was also held, taken by Ms Preethy V Warrier.  

The finals of the L’Attitude competition was held on the afternoon, with award ceremony concluding the event. 

Date August 11th  

Time 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Venue Room 511

Participants 15


A session on “Introduction to Arduino” specifically focusing on the girl community of the college was conducted by the WIE AG

The session provided the girls with a basic knowledge of Arduino – hardware, programming, it’s peripherals and it’s uses. The participants were quickly taken through the various projects one can undertake with an Arduino and also the workability of the module. The participants gave an overwhelming response, demanding more events channeled through WIE

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