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Hello,

The Senate Executive for the academic year 2009-2010 took office on the 27th of August in a modest swearing-in ceremony held at the college centre court at 3.30pm after class-hours. The outgoing General Secretary, AkhilDev A.V welcomed the gathering. The Principal gave the presidential address, and the Senate Advisor, Jayadeep sir spoke about the role of the Senate in CEC activities.  This was followed by the swearing-in of the new Executive. The Chairman , Arunanand T.A. addressed the CECians.

Each the elected ones took the oath of office- ” I ………. herby swear in the name of God …………..”.

The Senate Executive is :

1. Arunanand T.A. (S7D) Chairman

2. Deepthi Thomas (S5C) Vice-chairperson

3. Jibin John (S5B) General Secretary

4. Rejo George Varghese (S5A) Arts Secretary

5. Philip Cherian (S5C) Sports Secretary

6.Shibin M.K.  (S5D) Magazine Editor

7.Avin (S3B) Treasurer

8. Bipin S (S3D) Sub-editor

CEC wishes them the very best in the discharge of their formal duties.

Richie…

CS 2007-11.

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Hi all,

A notice was produced by The Director, Technical Education in regard of H1N1 (Swine Flu) caution, and it instructs all the students and institutions to take maximum care to prevent it. Also, it says students need not be sent on tour to other states until the flu is subsided.

H1N1 - Notification of Caution

H1N1 - Notification of Caution

Picture Courtesy: Mr. Arjun R Pillai, EC 2006-10

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CEC was having series examinations for last 3 days.. hectic academic days…

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Election to the Students’ Executive Senate 2009-10 was announced. Last date of submitting the nomination was 25th August, 2009, 1:00 PM and last time for withdrawal was 3:00 PM on the same date. The new senate is supposed to be sworn on on 27th August, 2009 at 3:30 PM at the centre court.

All the S3, S5 and S7 students were directed to submit the duly filled in application forms of registration of the forthcoming odd semester examination on 27th August 2009. Fees shall be paid on or before 10th August, 2009. For details, visit the students’ notice board. For registration form, visit the download section of this blog.

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Stay tuned…

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Regards,

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Arunanand T A,

CS 2006-10.

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Hi all,

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The following are the only important portions of the meeting of CAMPION 09 dated: 10-Aug-2009. The full document of the meeting can be obtained from: Here

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CAMPION 09 Minutes

Meeting 5

Date    : 10th August, 2009, Monday.

Venue : Auditorium, College of Engineering Chengannur.

The fifth meeting for the purpose of conducting Campion ’09 was held near the car shed of College of Engineering Chengannur at 4:00 PM. The meeting was presided over by Mr. C R Ajith Sen, Lecturer in Physical Education, Sl. Gr.

The important decisions/approval/reviews/discussions made in the meeting are the following:

  • Campion 09 desk should be put on the admission days.
  • Previous batches should be contacted for financial aid for Campion 09. This was suggested by Mr. Sanoop Thomas.
  • Details of T-shirts should be collected on or before 28th August, 2009 (Friday). This can be done hostel-wise or class-wise.
  • Regarding B-Team of CEC, decision shall be taken soon.
  • List of Sports Dignitaries from CEC 2008 Batch was submitted by Mr. Vishnu Mohan. Direction was given to confirm the persons and resubmit it as the final list in the next meeting.

The next meeting is scheduled to be conducted on 20th August, 2009, Thursday at 4:00 PM.

Full Document: Here

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Regards,

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Arunanand T A,

Organizing Secretary,

CAMPION 09

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Hi all,

The following is an initial retrospect of SUMMIT 09. Kindly do not consider this as an official draft, as the said is being prepared. The final report shall be submitted on or before 15th August, 2009.

COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING CHENGANNUR

INITIAL EVALUATION OF SUMMIT ‘09

Dated: 20-Aug-2009

SUMMIT 09, the fifth event of SUMMIT series of College of Engineering Chengannur was conducted on 17th and 18th of August, 2009 at the college premises. This time, attempts were made to make it a national level technical festival, which had been a south India level fest so far.

SUMMIT 09 was colourful with the presence of nationally distinuged personalities from all over India, and with the young talented minds as delegates from all parts of the country. The resource persons include Mr. Anand Pavithran from IPSL Solutions Ltd., Amal Mathai from RedHat, Dr. Achuthsankar S Nair, Mr. Sreelal S Pillai, Mr. Sasikumar V, Mr. Prakash Advani from Cannonical Ltd., etc.

There were around 420 registrations for the entire event, excluding CEC LAN Party and Fun Zone. There was partiicpation from 26 colleges and 2 higher secondary schools. 300 students attended the Project Exhibition conducted in the aegis of SUMMIT 09 for community interaction.

Paculiarity of this SUMMIT is that we could set up the video conferencing equipment of the college and could conduct a session on “Open Source” with Mr. Prakash Advani, Manager (Marketing), Cannonical Ltd. The event was successful in all means.

Another achievement was that we could conduct 3 seminars, 1 workshop and 1 video conferencing within a span of 2 days, with due participation of delegates. The feedbacks we got indicate that all those sessions were useful to them in all sense.

Unlike other tech fests, SUMMIT 09 was presented with a social outlook. Events like Vision 2020 – the Master minds caught the attention of delegates, which provided them with an arena to present their own views on how to solve the social problems with an engineering perspective. And more than 25 simple circuits were done by students of CEC, and were exhibited for the students of nearby schools.

Apart from the technical events, events like Quiz, Best Manager, Fun Zone, etc. attracted the crowd heavily. The delegates didn’t hesitate to participate in fun events, which were conducted at the centre court, during leasure time and intervals. Besides, the cultural programme conducted by “SRUTHY Music Club”, CEC at the end of the event added to the beauty of the event.

Participation from all batches viz. Semesters VII, V and III was ensured in the execution phase and volunteership during the event. Also, a fairly complete utilization of the college resources was done in all means.

The main crisis we had to handle was unexpected power failures, and we could solve such problems easily and effectively without affecting the continuity of the event.

The success behind SUMMIT 09 is undoubtedly the cooperation of the staffs and students of the college in whatever it maybe. Especially, we are thankful to Prof. (Dr.) V P Devassia, our beloved Principal, Mr. C R Ajith Sen, Staff Coordinator of SUMMIT 09 and Mr. Rubon L and Mr. Liju Philip, the Financial and Technical Staff Coordinators respectively. We thank all the staff members of the college, our seniors, juniors and our batchmates for their kind support for this event which made this a grand success…

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on behalf of Mr. Sanoop Thomas,

General Convener (Students),

SUMMIT 09.

P.S: Snaps of the event are being uploaded at: Visit Picasa Album and Flickr Album

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Regards,

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Arunanand T A,

Event Manager,

SUMMIT 09

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Hi all,

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Yea, they came to CEC, the new young talented batch. From this year onwards, CEC will be having EC (120)+CS (120)+EE (30)=270 intakes in every year. CS students had their admission procedures on 11th August and EC and EE had it on 12th. There were CAMPION 09, SUMMIT 09 and IEEE Desks near the auditorium, where the admission procedures took place and all are glad that the response of parents towards such activities was very much encouraging. Classes for new admissions started on 13th itself, but it’s paused till 20th.

An anti-ragging session was conducted by a Judge and DySP of Chengannur, in the aegis of JCI, Chengannur. From this year onwards, rules have been strengthened by the University, College and the law and order centres near the college, under special and strong instruction from higher courts. New Toll Free number is also introduced this year, which the students are free to report any sort of crime against the students, which is so called ragging. The system is software connected, we’re informed.

New achievers’ board has been placed near the ground floor, which was a constant and continuous request from the students. This shall be used for exhibiting and congratulating students who achieve heights of honour in any form. Besides, this shall be used as a notice board in certain occasions too.

CEC is sleepless with SUMMIT 09… It falls on 17th and 18th August, 2009. Details follow. We invite all of my beloved seniors to this mega event.

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Regards,

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Arunanand T A,

CS 2006-10

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CEC welcomes the newbies

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Hi CECians,

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The college has some new faces over here..and today, they became a part of this mighty institution..The newly admitted first year students were welcomed into the CEC family as their regular classes began today.

The freshers were welcomed into the campus by the third year students ( S 5 ) tying “friendship bands” on their wrists and giving off sweets to them..It was observed as ‘CEC friendship day’ in the hope of strenghthening the realtionship among the guys..this took place in the auspices of the main gate in the presence of Ajithsen sir and a number of parents.

At 9 a.m, the new academic session began with a prayer song by some students, in the presence of all the CECians, in the college centre court..After prayer, normal classes resumed ..

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Regards,

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Richie,

CS 2007-11.

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S6 and S8 Special Supple Announced

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Hello all,

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CUSAT announced S6 and S8 Special Supple.

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For details, Read this

Last Date of Fees: 31-Aug-2009 (without finr for S6)

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Regards,

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Arunanand T A,

2006-10 CS.

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IEEE Awareness Campaign at College of Engineering, Kottarakkara

Conducted by

IEEE Student Branch – College of Engineering, Chengannur

A team of 4 members, Arjun R Pillai, Ajin Baby, Rahul Ramesh and Tony Varghese of College of Engineering, Chengannur visited College of Engineering Kottarakkara on 12th August, 2009 and handled an awareness session on IEEE there on request of the staff and students of CoE, Kottarakkara.

CEC was in communication with CoE, Kottarakkara for a few months trying to organise an awareness session on IEEE. Mr. Anu shanker, 2009 Pass-out from CEC who later joined as Lecturer at CoE, Kottarakkara put in his true efforts to make this a reality.

The program began at 2.00 PM with an attendance of above 100 students and a couple of faculty members. The event was started with a welcome speech by Mr. Abhishek, College Chairman,  CEK. This was followed by the IEEE awareness session by Arjun R Pillai, GINI co-ordinator, Kerala section. A presentation on LINK, R10 GINI and WIE was taken by Ajin baby, Hub2 Driver. A brief SB presentation was taken by Rahul Ramesh. Following this was a doubt clearing session of 15 minutes in which the students interacted and clarified many of their doubts. This was followed by a vote of thanks from a volunteer of CEK.

The students of CEK were very much interested in learning more about IEEE and many were eager to join the IEEE family. If we are not mistaken, the 44th SB of Kerala section is coming up.

Cheers for all the LINK volunteers…

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Regards,

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Arunanand T A,

CS 2006-10.

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IEEE 125 R10 Student Congress

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IEEE 125th Anniversary Region 10 Student Congress, 2009, Singapore

“Sculpturing Student Leaders to Pioneer Sustainable Development.”
Organized by
National University of Singapore
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Co-organized by
College of Engineering, Chengannur

Date: July 16 to July 19, 2009
Venue: National University of Singapore, Singapore.
The IEEE Region 10 Student Congress provided unique and unprecedented opportunities for some of the most qualified students in the world to rub elbows with each other, and with a number of eminently respected and influential leaders of IEEE. At the juncture of IEEE 125th anniversary, the Region 10 Congress aimed to evolve a new set of student leaders who will contribute immensely, both to IEEE and to its stated objective of technological advancement, in the years to come. It was intended that delegates will learn from one another, and will utilise the Congress as a platform for exposure to new ideas, practices, discourse, and relationships. In a short four-day span, the IEEE Region 10 Student Congress delivered exposure, new connections, and memories worth infinitely more as promised.
The event was made special with the presence of dignitries like Lewis Terman, IEEE 2008 President, Joseph Lillie, Currently the Director and Vice President-Member and Geographic Activities, 2008-2009, Richard J. Gowen, the President of the lEEE Foundation, Y J Park, R10 Director, Howard Michel, R1 Director,  Amarnath Raja, a member of IEEE R10 execom, S.Gopakumar, winner of IEEE Region 10 (Asia – Pacific) Outstanding Volunteer Award in 1999, Mini Shaji Thomas, R10 SAC Chair and General Chair R10 Student Congress and many more.
The 4 day event started on 16th of July at 9.00 am with registrations and an icebreaking session in parallel. The informal icebreaking session continued till noon which was followed by a lunch. A talk on “Green technology/power and Sustainable energy for the future” started off the formal events of the student congress which was followed by another talk on the topic “World runs on power: A future reach to third world countries”. An event where selected students presents their best ideas had also taken place.The inaugral ceremony took place at 6.40pm in which selected Dignitries addressed the delegates. A seminar on World@2020 was conducted and after that formal dinner was served with guitar performances and award ceremony taking place in parallel.The following day events like IEEE@125, R10 SAC Goals n Abjectives, Leadership talk by MGA chair Joe Lilie, Humanitarian workshops took place. After 6pm the student delegates were taken out to explore Singpaore. IEEE discussion forum, Breakout sessions and a workshop on mechatronics were the main activiteis during the third day. Also students from different parts of the world showcased their cultural artforms in the cultural night in the third day. On the final day programme on IEE mentoring initiatives was conducted along with IEEE@2020. The four day event got over with a closing ceremony in which student delegates exchanged gifts with each other.
For more pics, visit:
The Student Congress was a great success and it carved out its success into the pages of IEEE History. The Student Congress delivered an understanding on how OEEE can make life better and where is future IEEE heading towards. The event acted as a catalyst to unleash volunteer latent potential and take up challenging ventures in IEEE.
There were six volunteers , Arjun R Pillai, Anoop Thomas Mathew, Rahul Raj, Alok Mohan, Pratibha R and Ajin Baby and one delegate, Rahul Ramesh representing CEC at NUS, Singapore.
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Regards,
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Ajin Baby,
EC 2007-11

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NSS Executive Committee 2009-10.

Hey guyz,

The executive committee of the National Service Scheme CEC unit was elected in a general body meeting which took place on the 7th of August,2009 in the college auditorium. The meeting was well attended and CEC wishes the best to each of the selected ones. And we hope that the NSS will remain the best club in CEC,as it has always been..

The following are the committte members :

1.     Ninan                 S5 B – Secretary

2.     Deepthi             S5 C – Asst. Secretary.

3.     Naveen              S5 B

4.     Abhijeet            S5 C

5.     Kiran K              S5 D

6.     Arun Rag          S5 D

7.     Anaswar           S5 A

8.     Shambu             S5 A

9.     Bibin                  S3 A

10.   Kiran              S3 A

11.    Bhavana        S3 B

12.    Vidya             S3 B

13.    Tony               S3 C

14.    Vinu                S3 C

15.    Anuraj            S3 D

16.    Swati               S3 D

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