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D E PA R T M E N T O F

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING SAINTGITS COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING PATHAMUTTOM, KOTTAYAM

Department Hand Book

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Dept. of MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

CONTENTS

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About Mechanical Engineering

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About the Department

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Vision, Mission, PEOs & POs

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Strength

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Teaching & Technical Faculty

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Laboratories & Faculty In charge

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Staff rooms & Class rooms

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Chief Staff Advisors & Advisors

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Dept. & Institutional Responsibilities of Faculty Members

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Class & Placement Student Representatives

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Placement Syllabus

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Add on Course Syllabus

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GATE Coaching

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Mechanical Engineering Association

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SAE-SAINTGITS Chapter

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NSS Tech Cell

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Department Fund Details

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Retrospection 2012-2013

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Uniqueness of ME Batches

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GEMS of ME

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Semester Plan

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About Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering is a versatile branch encompassing the dimensions of all other engineering branches viz Structural Engineering, Computer Programming, Electrical Engineering & Mechatronics. The Mechanical Technology which drives various machines around the globe is undoubtedly a rudimentary one. In present scenario Mechanical Engineering incorporates and makes use of the developments in the Electronics and Information Technology field in order to reign as the most productive and beneficial realm of Engineering. About the Department The Mechanical Engineering Department was established in the year 2002 with an intake of 66 students. The four year B.Tech course consists of 8 semesters integrated with theoretical and practical sessions.Currently the yearly intake is 120 students and they are allocated in 2 batches, MEA & ME-B. M.Tech course in Machine Design was started in 2008 with a yearly intake of 18 students. Add-on courses on modeling and analysis software are being conducted for the UG students

Vision, Mission, PEOs & Program Outcomes VISION Providing technical education to transform young minds into motivated, quality and environment conscious technocrats by synergizing innovative teaching, learning and state-of-the-art research and thereby creating pioneers in cutting-edge technologies.

MISSION Educating the students to excel professionally by: Providing facilities and environment conducive to a high quality education, instilling the fundamentals of engineering sciences and strengthening their skills to become responsible engineers. Responding effectively to the needs of the industry in the changing world, conducting applied research, providing consultancy and cultivating the spirit of entrepreneurship. Emphasizing the values of leadership, contributing to economic development, protecting the environment and improving the quality of human life. Programme Educational Objectives PEO 1: Professional Capability Development - Educate students in the application of mathematical, scientific and engineering principles for analyzing and solving mechanical engineering problems. 1.1 Possess an overall knowledge of basic engineering sciences 1.2 Able to apply mechanical engineering technology to solve problems PEO 2: Technical Competency and Continued learning - Technical competency to design and develop meaningful solutions to engineering problems, using modern techniques and tools and an aptitude for continued learning. 2.1 Technical competency in design 2.2 Use of current engineering tools for design and analysis 2.3 Impetus to continually pursue learning and personal development 6

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PEO 3: Social, Ethical and Environmental Concern: The engineer should have social, ethical and environmental concerns in technological advancements. 3.1 Effect of technological development on social and ethical aspects of society 3.2 Impact of technological progress on the environment PEO 4: Team player with essential management skills: Successful management of engineering projects of varying scope with essential management skills, teamwork and effective communication. 4.1 Possess essential management skills 4.2 Be a successful individual and a team player 4.3 Acquire effective communication skills

Program Outcomes POs describe what students are expected to know or be able to do by the time of graduation from the program. The Program Outcomes of UG in Mechanical Engineering are: 1.The graduate shall have the ability to identify, analyze, design and realize mechanical and thermal systems, including experiments, to meet the desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health, safety, manufacturability, and sustainability. 2.The graduate shall have the ability to apply the concepts of linear algebra, multivariate calculus, differential equations and statistical methods to identify, formulate, solve, interpret and analyze engineering problems, using contemporary tools. 3.The graduates shall have the ability to perform economic analysis and to plan, schedule, and execute engineering projects. 4.The graduates shall have effective oral and written communication skills. 5.The graduates shall have the ability to function professionally as individuals and multidisciplinary teams. 6.The graduates shall have an appreciation to the role of engineering in modern society, in addition to being endowed with social, ethical and environmental responsibility

Strength 路 路 路

FACULTY: TECHNICAL STAFF: UG STUDENTS:

PG STUDENTS:

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36 7 516 23

Prof. - 3, Assoc. Prof. - 2, Asst. - Prof. - 32 Lab Instr. - 2, Trade Instr. - 3, Machinist - 1, Trades Man - 1

[S1S2-132

S3/4- 126 S5/6- 126 S7/8-132]

[ S1S2 - 18 S3/4 - 5 ] Saintgits College of Engineering


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Teaching Faculty

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NAME Paulson T.J. Dr. Jason Cherian Issac Sajan Thomas G. Anilkumar Muruganantham P. Vinay Mathew John

CONTACT 9995068850 9447733536 9847418708 9447475484 9995554466 9562474851

EMAIL paulson.tj@saintgits.org jason.cherian@saintgits.org sajan.thomas@saintgits.org anilkumar.g@saintgits.org muruganatham.p@saintgits.org vinay.mathew@saintgits.org

Shiyas K.A.

9447383629

shiyas.ka@saintgits.org

Manu V. Thottakad

9447755717

manu.v@saintgits.org

Jenny John Mattom

9947130129

jenny.john@saintgits.org

K C Joseph

9946557283

joseph.kc@saintgits.org

Sivasubramanian P.

9746251316

sivasubramanian.p@saintgits.org

Francis A.J.

9447780190

francis.augustine@saintgits.org

Sajeev A. Bibin Jose Rahul R.S. Sailesh K.S. Philip Jacob Perakathu Ron P Mathew Praveen K.M. Anish R. Vivek Chacko Nikhil Ninan Sreesh P S George T S Unnikrishnan R Mathew Prins Korah Philip Bijeesh P Sarunkumar K. Vinay T.V. Libin P. Oommen Parvathy Venugopal Tobin Thomas Tom Mathew Liju Mathew Alexander Arun K. Varghese Navaneeth Haridasan Govind M.

9497555873 9446238559 9495355925 9496813336 8547113377 9447337011 8547674715 9496803384 9847161156 9447324960 9601991619 9945607449 9496324785 9496909567 9846689406 9895806057 9446693634 9961296679 9645554414 9447789472 9496321244 9446683056 9744254337 9605139908 9496327210

sajeev.a@saintgits.org bibin.jose@saintgits.org rahul.rs@saintgits.org sailesh.ks@saintgits.org philip.jacob@saintgits.org ron.p@saintgits.org praveen.km@saintgits.org anish.r@saintgits.org vivek.chacko@saintgits.org nikhil.ninan@saintgits.org sreesh.ps@saintgits.org george.ts@saintgits.org unnikrishnan.kr@saintgits.org mathew.prins@saintgits.org bijeesh.p@saintgits.org sarun.kumar@saintgits.org vinay.tv@saintgits.org libin.oommen@saintgits.org parvathy.venugopal@saintgits.org tobin.thomas@saintgits.org tom.mathew@saintgits.org liju.mathew@saintgits.org arun.k@saintgits.org navaneeth.haridasan@saintgits.org govind.m@saintgits.org Saintgits College of Engineering


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TECHNICAL STAFF NAME

CONTACT

E-MAIL

Jacob Varghese Rajeev. K.A. U Joseph Jose N.J. Baiju Kurian Benny M.C. Nidheesh KK

9495544568 9495543604 9544737796 9446338824 9447063275 9446909477 9946007093

jacob.varghese@saintgits.org rajeev.ka@saintgits.org joseph.u@saintgits.org jose.nj@saintgits.org baiju.kurian@saintgits.org benny.mc@saintgits.org nidheesh.kk@saintgits.org

FACULTY INCHARGE

LAB

ADDITIONAL INCHARGE

INSTRUCTOR

FM & HM LAB

G Anilkumar

Sarunkumar K

U Joseph

MACHINE TOOL LAB

KC Joseph

Ron P Mathew

Jacob Varghese / Jose NJ

CAD LAB

Jenny John Mattam George TS

CNC LAB

Jenny John Mattam Mathew Prins Korah

Benny MC / Jose NJ

HEAT ENGINES LAB

Francis A J

Vinay TV

Nidheesh KK

Adv. MACHINE TOOL LAB KC Joseph

Unnikrishnan R

Jacob Varghese / Benny MC

HEAT TRANSFER LAB

Bibin Jose

Francis A J

Baiju Kurian

MECHANICAL ENGG. LAB Vinay Mathew John Nikhil Ninan

Rajeev KA Rajeev KA

MEASUREMENTS LAB

Shiyas KA

Liju Mathew Alexander

RESEARCH LAB

Manu V Thottacad

Vivek Chacko

PROJECT LAB

Anish R

Sreesh PS

PG Lab

Anish R

Parvathy S. Venugopl

Rajeev K.A

Staff Rooms & Class Rooms

STAFFROOM Main Staff Room Staff Room I Staff Room II Staff Room III Staff Room IV

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ROOM NO.

EXTENTION NO.

CLF SR1A CLG SR1A CLR SR1 CLS SR1 ME 205, EC 204

222-226, 232 228, 233 221, 227, 229 231 630

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C L A SS R O O M L AYO U T BATCH

CLASSROOM

S3, S4 ME A S3, S4 ME B S5, S6 ME A S5, S6 ME B S7, S8 ME A S7, S8 ME B S1 M.Tech S2 M.Tech

CLC 303 CLC 401 CLC 302 CLC 303 CLC 201 CLC 202 CLC 402 CLC 403

Legend: CL - CLC Block, F First Floor, G Ground Floor, R Third Floor, S Second Floor, SR Staff Room

Chief Staff Advisors & Advisors Class S3,S4 A

Staff Advisor Sivasubramanian P Navaneeth Haridasan Parvathy Venupopal George T S

S3, S4 B

S5,S6 A

Manu V Thottakad Mathew Prins Korah Philip Libin P Oommen Bijeesh P G Anilkumar Praveen KM Anish R Vinay TV

S5,S6 B

S7,S8 A

S7, S8 B

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Philip Jacob Perakathu Ron P Mathew Arun K Varghese Nikhil Ninan Bibin Jose Unnikrishnan R Sarun Kumar R Sajeev A Francis Augustine Joseph Vivek Chacko Saintgits College of Engineering


Dept. of MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

Department Responsibilities Staff Secretary

Francis AJ

PG Coordinator

Jenny John Mattam

Academic Coordinator

G Anilkumar

Association staff incharge

Philip Jacob Perakath

Overall labs in charge

Manu V Thottacad

International collaboration

Dr.Jason Cherian Issac

ISO coordinator

Vinay Mathew / Unnikrishnan R/Sajeev A

SAE collegiate club

Francis A J / Sivasubramanian

Curriculum project /Seminar co ordinator

Manu V Thottacad / G Anilkumar

University Exam Lab In charge

Parvathy Venupopal

Series Exam

Francis A J

Library in charge

Philip Jacob P

Add-on course

Anish R

Tour coordinator

Bibin Jose

Technical talks for students

Vivek Chacko

Departmental meetings

Sailesh K S

Teaching Documents

Bijeesh P.

Treasurer

Vinay Mathew John

University Exam cell

Nikhil Ninan/Sailesh K S

Placement Team

Vinay Mathew John/Sailesh K.S/George T S

National Workshop

G Anilkumar / Jenny John

Accreditation

Vivek Chacko / Praveen KM

SCIE Advisors

Dr. Jason / Philip / Vinay

FDP

Vivek Chacko

PTA

Ron P. Mathew

Industry/NGO tie-ups

Govind M

Institutional Responsibilities Central Library In-charge

G Anilkumar

Series Exams

Jenny John Mattam

PG GATE Scholarship

Francis A J

NSS Tech Cell

Francis A J

Quiz Club

Vinay Mathew John

SCIE Deputy Head

Vinay Mathew John

SCE Handbook Editor

Vinay Mathew John

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Student Class Representatives Class

Name of Student

S3,S4 A

Brutus Martin Jeffin Sunny

S3, S4 B

Yadhu Raj Ligit George

S5,S6 A

Alvin P Koshy Jeen Abraham

S5,S6 B

Nithin Mammen

S7,S8 A

Deepak Tom

Varughese Punnoose K

Abel Christena Francis S7, S8 B

Mathews Joseph Mathews Vargheses

S1 M.Tech

Jithin Raju Tintu Joseph

S2 M.Tech

Manuel George

STUDENT PLACEMENT REPRESENTATIVES Class

Name of Student

Contact No.

S3,S4 A

Anand P N Geo Eucharist James Manu P Nair Joseph T Daniel Jethin Babu Amjith K

8547894113 8891320465 9496005992 9544610419 9995514836 8893593914

Sajnulal Franc Sethu Prakash Bibin K Baby Abel Christena Majesh Tom Mani Sunil Baily Thomas Aju Jo Sankarathil

8893862888 9447711211 8129492601 8129250734 9496144023 8547511741 9496464377

S3, S4 B S5,S6 A

S5,S6 B S7,S8 A S7, S8 B M.Tech 12

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Placement Syllabus Subject Name Subject Code Hours Modules Objectives

Professional Enhancement Programme PEP / SGME 234 [ Saintgits Mechanical 2nd year, 3rd year & 4th year ] 18 3 To craft each student into a successful human being. To orient each student into the professional arena. To enhance & equip the students with Professional Competitive Spirit

PEP Team

Vinay Mathew John / Sailesh K S/ George T S

Module 1

S3 & S4 B.Tech ME Subjects at a glance Qualities of a Professional. Qualities of an Engineer. Interest/Passion driven life Relevance, Nurturing methodologies, Killers Goal/Aim driven life Relevance, Student worksheet Importance of Soft Skills Relevance, Student Worksheet Role of Hard Skills- Relevance, Self Awareness test & Personal Evaluation. Relevance of Maths in Engineering Aptitude , IQ, EQ & Verbal Reasoning Tests Alumni Interaction Talks from Industry experts

Module 2

S5 & S6 Relevance of UG Seminar Relevance of UG Project Aptitude , IQ, EQ & Mock Presentation by students Alumni Interaction Talks from Industry experts Technical Test Inter Batch Seminar Guidelines for Competitive Exams Job arena for Mechanical Engineers

Module 3

S7 & S8 Aptitude Tests Technical Mock Interview for all students Alumni Interaction Talks by Industrial experts

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Add on Course Syllabus

ADD ON COURSE - 14 Prepared by: Asst. Prof. Anish R., Asst. Prof. Sreesh P.S., Asst. Prof. Arun K. Varughese

SolidWorks 2010

(Course code: MEADD301 Duration: 42 Hrs)

Solid Works is a 3D mechanical CAD (computer-aided design) program that runs on Microsoft Windows and was developed by Dassault Systèmes SolidWorks Corp., a subsidiary of Dassault Systems, S. A. (VÊlizy, France). SolidWorks is highly regarded 3D mechanical design software with powerful 3D design capabilities. SolidWorks is currently used by over 3.4 million engineers and designers at more than 100,000 companies worldwide. SolidWorks is a parasolid-based solid modeller, and utilizes a parametric feature-based approach to create models and assemblies. Course Description This course introduces SolidWorks software as a 3-D design tool. Students in this course will be introduced to basic sketching exercises, 3D modelling and assemblies using SolidWorks. They will explore the tools for detail drawing, 3D model construction and manipulation of computer generated models. It covers creation, retrieval and modification of 3-D and layout drawings using basic SolidWorks commands. Course Objectives The course is designed to be a process or task based approach to learn the individual features and functions of SolidWorks, thereby emphasizing processes and procedures for completion of any task. By building actual parts and assemblies, the student should learn the necessary commands, options and menus in the context of completing a design task.

Course Content Introduction to software and interface SolidWorks Essentials Learn how to build parametric models of parts and assemblies, and create production drawings of your models SolidWorks Part Modeling Learn how to use multibody solids, sweeping and lofting features, and the more advanced shaping capabilities of SolidWorks. SolidWorks Assembly Modeling Learn how to maximize your use of the assembly files, deal with large assemblies, configurations, advanced mates and display states.3D part modelling fundamentals . SolidWorks Drawings Learn how to make drawings of SolidWorks parts and assemblies. The focus of this course is on the skills, tools and concepts central to successfully working with drawings. Introduction to Simulation express basics 14

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Course Outcome At the completion of this course students should have acquired the skills and knowledge necessary for a basic working knowledge of SolidWorks. The students will Be able to apply 2D sketch geometry and dimensions Develop an understanding of 3D modeling and recognition of an object in 3D space Understand 3D features that add and remove geometry Develop an understanding of 3D assembly modelling Understand how SolidWorks Toolbox and library components are utilized in assembly Understand basic drawing/drafting concepts Be able to apply drawing standards to part and assembly drawings Be able to Create drawing templates Course Activities and Design This course will be presented by means of short lecture/discussion sessions and laboratory projects. Individualized instruction will be provided while the student is working on assigned projects. Open laboratory time will be made available, and may be necessary to complete the given tasks. Suited to This course is designed for Mechanical Engineering students or anyone with a mechanical or technical background with an aptitude for design. It is suitable for students and anyone interested in modelling, as well as those looking for enhanced CAD background with 3D capability.

ANSYS 14.0

(Course code: MEADD 501 Duration: 42 Hrs)

ANSYS, developed by ANSYS, Inc., USA, is a dedicated Computer Aided Finite Element Modeling and Finite Element Analysis tool. ANSYS is known as the standard in the field of Computer Aided Engineering. The Graphical User Interface (GUI) of ANSYS enables the user to work with 3dimensional (3D) models and also generate results from them. ANSYS Multiphysics software offers a comprehensive product solution for both multiphysics and single-physics analysis. The product includes structural, thermal, fluid and both high- and low-frequency electromagnetic analysis Course Description This course introduces ANSYS Multi-Physics software as an Analysis design tool. Students in this course will be introduced to basic modelling exercises, Static and Dynamic Analysis for various results. They will explore the tools for design and development of various engineering devices. Course Objectives The course is designed to be a process or task based approach to learn the individual features and capabilities of ANSYS, thereby emphasizing processes and procedures for completion of any task. It also aims to understand the basic concepts and general working of FEA and there by equip the students in building basic knowledge in numerical analysis Techniques.

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Course Content Introduction to FEA and its advantages and limitations An Overview of the Finite Element Modeling Introduction to ANSYS Interface. Overview of the Finite Element Modeling Solid Modeling techniques Concept of Mesh Generation Advanced Solid Modeling Static Structural Analysis Advanced Structural Analysis Thermal Analysis ANSYS Report Generator Course Outcome At the completion of this course students should have acquired the skills and knowledge necessary for a basic working knowledge of ANSYS. The students will Be able to apply 2D analysis of a geometry Develop an understanding of 3D modelling and analysis Understand element features material property concept Develop an understanding of meshing concept Understand how ANSYS Toolbox and components are utilized in analysis Vivid idea on FE and meshing concept Understand concepts of stress analysis Be able to optimise the design parameters using Numerical solutions of ANSYS Be able to do post processing and infer the result from it Able to Compare the analysis result with engineering result Course Activities and Design This course will be presented by means of short lecture/discussion sessions and laboratory projects. Individualized instruction will be provided while the student is working on assigned projects. Open laboratory time will be made available, and may be necessary to complete the given tasks. Suited to This course is designed for Mechanical Engineering students or anyone with a mechanical or technical background with an aptitude for design. It is suitable for students and anyone interested in analysis, as well as those looking for enhanced CAD background with technical capability. 16

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MSC ADAMS

(Course code: MEADD 701 Duration: 42 Hrs)

MSC ADAMS is MBD (Multi Body Dynamics) software. ADAMS as acronym of Automated Dynamic Analysis of Mechanical Systems was a former proprietary software product of Mechanical Dynamics Incorporation which then was acquired by MSC Software Corporation. It is a most demanding software in the industries like aomobile, robotics etc. Course Description Introduce MBD software to the student. Students will learn to use modeller, Preprocessor, Solver & post processor. This topic involves engineering subjects like KOM /TOM/DOM Strength of materials, Engineering Mechanics, FEM & Engineering Mathematics. Course Objectives Adams helps engineers to study the dynamics of moving parts, how loads and forces are distributed throughout mechanical systems. Course Content Introduction about ADAMS Launching & starting the MSC.ADAMS modelling Setting Up the Model/Session Parameters Setting the coordinate systems & rotation sequences to be used in ADAMS Models & associated database structure. Overview of KOM, Engineering Mechanics, Strength of materials etc. Basics of Model building & pre-processing. Basics of simulation & post processing. Practical exercise. Simulation exercises. Examination & presentation of exercise. Course Outcome At the completion of this course students should have acquired the skills and knowledge necessary for a basic working knowledge of MSC ADAMS. The students can Do modelling for MBD Do Pre processing for MBD analysis. Do Post processing-report generation, graph generation etc. Confident to attend interviews for job related to ADAMS experiences. Course Activities and Design This course will be presented by means of short lecture/discussion sessions and laboratory projects. Individualized instruction will be provided while the student is working on assigned projects. Open laboratory time will be made available, and may be necessary to complete the given tasks. Suited to This course is designed for Mechanical Engineering students or anyone with a mechanical or technical background with an aptitude for MBD analysis. It is suitable for students and anyone interested in MBD/Linkage analysis/Vibration analysis etc. 17

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GATE COACHING -14 “Arise awake and rest not till the goal is achieved� Overview GATE (Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering) is an All-India examination conducted by '7' IITs & Indian Institute of Science- Bangalore, on behalf of the National Co-ordinating Board, known as 'GATE BOARD' under the Dept of Education, MHRD, Govt. of India. More than 500 colleges including IISc, IITs, NITs, IIITs and Govt. Colleges in kerala require GATE score for admission to various post graduate programs. GATE qualified candidates in Engineering Disciplines are also eligible for Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) award in Research based laboratories like CSIR, DRDO etc..GATE qualification is also a minimum requirement to apply for many Govt fellowships and MHRD scholarships/ assistantships. Besides these a number of PSUs like NTPC, IOCL, BPCL, BHEL, and Power Grids are recruiting their employee through Gate Scores. In this competitive world, were the market is getting crowded with a huge numbers of eligible candidates with Engineering Degree, without acquiring any additional quality you may lose yourself in the crowed. So we strongly recommend you to appear for GATE to place yourself above others. This year the Mechanical Engineering Department of Saintgits decided to conduct a GATE coaching for the final year and Pre-final Year students, who prefer to appear for the Test. Objectives: Following are the objectives of this course Immense self development to take up the challenges in research and development. Improves the confidence in appearing technical competitive Examinations. Equip students in building sound subject knowledge. Explore them to pursue dream specializations. Why should I take GATE? For the past few years Gate has become literally the Golden Gate for the bright careers and opportunities. Following are some of the benefits of taking M. Tech or qualifying GATE

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A good GATE score is helpful for getting admission in to IITs, IISC, IIITs, NITs It’s a min. requirement to apply for fellowships awarded by many Govt. organizations. GATE qualified candidates are also eligible for the award of Junior Research Fellowship in CSIR Laboratories and CSIR sponsored projects. GATE Preparation also helps in other prestigious PSU recruitment examinations M.Tech opens lot of careerin fields of Teaching,Research & other Core sectors. Better Placements in top PSUs, MNCs & Indian companies both in India and Abroad. Min. Stipend 8000/- per month is given to reg. students joining colleges under MHRD Opportunity to work in research positions like JRFs, in ISRO/DRDO/BARC/IITs etc. M. Tech gives chance to pursue specializations of interest. Class Timing This is a six months intensive coaching programme, Classes will commence on second week of August 2013 and ends in the last week of January. Classes are held during Monday to Thursday from 4.30 pm. to 5.30 pm, two evening hours per week and morning sessions 10 am to 12 pm on first and third Saturdays Support Systems This course offers following aids to students to get a good GATE score GATE Qualified Experienced Faculty members Discussion and Doubt clarification of previous GATE papers GATE mock tests and subject wise tests Basic concept building sessions General Aptitude and Mathematics development classes Course Fee The Course Fee for the course is Rs. 3,000/- which is collected in full at the time of admission. The fee will be refunded if the candidate qualifies for the GATE-14. GATE Syllabus The question paper for GATE 2014 will consist of questions of both multiple-choice type and numerical answer type. For multiple choice type questions, candidates have to choose the answer from the given choices. For numerical answer type questions, choices will not be given. Candidates have to enter a number as the answer using a virtual keypad. The paper includes questions from General Aptitude, Engineering Mathematics and Engineering Subject Questions covering the entire syllabus of Mechanical Engineering.

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SUBJECT

SESSION HANDLING FACULTY

Engineering Mathematics

Maths Dept Faculty

Engineering Mechanics:

Anish R

Strength of Materials

Tobin Thomas

Theory of Machines:

Sreesh P S, Tom Mathew

Vibrations:

George T S, Govind M Saintgits College of Engineering


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Design: Fluid Mechanics: Heat-Transfer: Thermodynamics: Refrigeration and air-conditioning Manufacturing and Industrial Engineering Metrology and Inspection Computer Integrated Manufacturing Production Planning and Control General Aptitude

Francis A J, Tobin Thomas G Anil Kumar, Parvathy Venugopal P Muruganatham, Sarun Kumar Vinay T V, Navaneeth Nikhil Ninan, Unni Krishnan Sajeev A, Philip J P, Prinse M K P Liju M A Bijeesh P Nikhil ninan, Rahul R S Sailesh K S

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Mechanical Engineering Association ARMS The Association of Royal Mechanical Students of SAINTGITS had its evolution in the year 2004 under the aegis of Prof.T J Paulson,the then HOD and ever since then, the torch is being passed on to the emerging semesters for revealing their true spirits on this innovative platform.The association took shape with the initiative of Mechanical Engineering Students of our college and since then it is growing to new heights, there by setting a new trend and leaving a trail of unparalleled success in its path. ARMS exist to Promote competitive spirit among faculty & students Organise department Technical Fest Acknowledge the Excellent among Faculty & Students Offiice Bearers Faculty in charge President Vice President Secretary Joint Secretary Treasurer Executive Members

Philip Jacob Perakathu Deepak Tom Samuel George John Allen Alexander Abel Jacob Majesh Tom Mani Sajnulal Franc Febin Cherian Yadhu Raj

2000-14 2000-14 2000-14 2011-15 2000-14 2011-15 2012-16 2012-16

S7 ME A S7 ME B S7 ME A S5 ME A S7 ME B S5 ME B S3 ME A S3 ME B

Association Activities for 2013-14 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 21

Technical Fest MECHNIUS Alumni Interaction Inter Batch Seminar Best B.Tech Project Competition Best M.Tech Project Competition Best B.Tech Seminar Competition Best Paper Presentation Competition Best Mini Innovative Project Competition Best Budding Engineer Competition Best Designer Competition Group Discussion Competition Aptitude Test Competition “GEM of 2013-14� Competition MERIT Day Saintgits College of Engineering


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Technical Fest MECHNIUS Coined from the words Mechanical & Genius, Mechnius provided the apt platform for the budding professionals to get transformed from an Intellectual to a Genius.It s scheduled on August 30th,2013.The office bearers are Faculty Co-ordinators

Project Manager Asst. Project Manager

Philip Jacob Perakakth Tom Mathew Tobin Samuel George John Allen Alexander Majesh Tom Mani

Alumni Interaction Faculty In - charge Students

Nikhil Ninan Abel Jacob Jethin Babu Brutus Martin

Best B.Tech Project Competition Faculty In-charge

Manu V Thottackad G Anilkumar

The Best project will be acknowledged with a cash prize of Rs 4000/Best M.Tech Project Competition Faculty In-charge

Jenny John Mattam Anish R

The Best project will be acknowledged with a cash prize of Rs 1500/Best B.Tech Seminar Competition Faculty In-charge

Manu V Thoattackad G Anilkumar

The Best three seminar will be acknowledged with a cash prize of Rs500/- each. 22

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Best Mini Innovative Project Competition Faculty In-charge

Sailesh K S Sarun Kumar Navaneeth H

The competiton is meat for the second and third year Mechanical students.The most innovative project two from each year will be acknowledged with a cash prize of Rs500/- each. Best Budding Engineer Competition Faculty In-charge

George T S Bijeesh P Ron p Mathew

The Best Budding Engineer one from each batch [S3/4 & S5/6] will be appreciated with a cash prize of Rs 500/- each. Best Designer Competition Faculty In-charge

George T S Unnikrishan Vinay T V

The Best Designer among the three batches of Mechanical Engineering will be awarded with a cash prize of Rs1000/.Knowledge of Design Softwares will carry weightage.

Group Discussion Competition Co-ordinators

- English Department Faculty & PEP team

The winners will be acknowledged with a cash prize of Rs300/-,Rs200/- & Rs100/- respectively Aptitude Test Competition Co-ordinators

- SCE Placement Department Faculty & PEP team

The winners will be acknowledged with a cash prize of Rs300/-, Rs200/- & Rs100/- respectively “GEM of 2013-14� Competition Co-ordinators

- Respective Staff Advisors

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MERIT Day It's the confluence of Mechanical Faculty, Technical staff and Students in the Cultural centre on the last Academic day of 2013-14. The respective certificates and cash awards worth Rs20,000/- will be distributed in the function by the Top Brass Alumni. Aswin V. Kumar 2002-2006 Batch Scientist Engineer;RWDI Consulting Engineer [India] Pvt Ltd. 9496 3665 52 Balamurali K. 2008-2012 Batch Apprentice Trainee, KOSO Fluid Control; Palakkad 90 480 78 955 Alexander C. Mathews 2007-2011 Batch Engineer, Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd. Alif-Al Salim 2009-2013 Batch Captain of Techtop 2013 Winning Team 9961 556 776

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SAEINDIA is a Prem ier Professional society that serves the Mobility Engineering Community engaged in the design, manufacture and service of self propelled vehicles and systems that move in land, sea, air and space. It is an affiliate society of SAE International which is head quartered in USA and has a glorious record of over 100 years of service to the mobility community. SAEINDIA works closely with other fraternal societies such as Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM), Automotive Component Manufacturers of India (ACMA) and American Society of Engineers of Indian Origin (ASEI) for spreading knowledge and relevant information to a wider cross section of the Indian community. It is also a member of International Federation of Automotive Engineering Societies (FISITA). SAE Saintgits Collegiate Club imparts a framework to the creativity and scientific thrust of students by providing avenues to students to solve engineering problems of real nature, learn to manage projects in a collaborative environment and keep themselves abreast with the latest in mobility engineering. It also helps them become more ready to work in the industry as committed collegiate club members may develop personal and professional attributes that may be valued by potential employers. We have active teams in SAE Formula, SAE BAJA and SAE Efficycle, were the students have to design, validate and manufacture automobiles of given specification. The office bearers of SAE Saintgits for the year 2013 -2014 are

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Chairman

B Nitin

S7MEA

Vice Chairman

Sajnu Lal Franc

S5MEB

Secretary

Carol C Abraham

S5MEA

Joint Secretary

Reval Alexander

S3ME

Treasurer

Mathews Joseph

S7MEA

Publicity Chairman

Majesh Tom Mani

S7ME

Programme Committee

Ligit George

S3MEA

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NSS Tech Cell NATIONAL SERVICE SCHEME (TECH) UNIT NSS Tech cell of Saintgits imprinted its mark in our campus from 2007 onwards with unit number 195. NSS Saintgits Techcell has an intake of 50 members each from second year and third year of the four year B.ech Course. Students selected as NSS volunteers have to complete 120 hours of service in each year. The 120 hours include orientation, community service and campus work. Successful completion of the 240 hours of service within the two year span will enable them to entitle for grace marks in their university grade. Er. Francis Augustine Joseph is assigned as the Programme Officer of the unit. The NSS activities of Mechanical department is coordinated by Er. Nikil Ninan, Er. Tom Mathew, Er. Tobin Thomas and Er. Mathew Prince Korah.

Department Fund Details Current Status Fixed Deposits

Rs 1,20,445/- & Rs 50,000/-

Liquid Cash

Rs 17,864/-

Income for 2013-14 Rs 20,397/-

Expected Interest from FD

Expected Expenditures for 2013-14

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Faculty Tour

Rs 14,000/-

Cash awards for 2013-14

Rs 13,000/-

Refreshment for students on Merit Day

Rs 6397/-

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Retrospection 2012-2013

The Mechanical students emerged as the winners of MY

BIG IDEA COMPETITION conducted in 2013 March by Saintgits Centre for Innovation & Entrepreneurship 27

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MoU with NGO KRDA Kerala Rural Development Agency, K S Puram P O, Karunagapally, is a NonGovernmental Organization working in the field of community development and research since 1985. KRDA have been implementing various programmes with the support of national and international organizations like UNDP, ILO, Oxfam and the Agencies/Departments of Central and State Governments. Mechnaical Engineering Department has taken the initiative for developing A Cost Effective Screw Pine Weaving Machine that cuts down the amount of time needed to weave the mats. The prototype has been approved by the respective authority and SCIE is in the process of mass production of the Screw Pine Weaving Machine The Green Weaver Anish R is the guide for the above mentioned project.

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International Collaboration “Engineering Design of Products for the Developing World” (E/ME105)

A Collaboration Between Mechanical Department of SAINTGITS College of Engineering [SCE] The California Institute of Technology [CALTECH] & Art Center College of Design, Pasadena, CA, USA

Fall, Winter Quarters 2012-2013 The class teaches product design methodologies informed by the special circumstances of the customers. Technologies are often indigenous or local and not “high tech”. Issues of sustainability in the business sense as well as the engineering sense are included, as are cultural concerns. We particularly emphasize ultra-low cost manufacturing as well as ergonomic design. Prototyping is an important part of the course with the second quarter devoted to building and testing engineering prototypes in India. The class is characterized by mixed international teams in collaboration with SAINTGITS in Kerala, India. All lectures are teleconferenced between both locations. To further broaden the experience, students from Art Center College of Design also participate. Some students will go on a pre-trip to India in early September to meet their future teammates and perform research on peoples' needs, choosing potential issues to address when the class commences, though this is not a requirement. Instructor: Pickar. Other two instructors for E/ME105 are Dr.Jason Cherian Issac & Asst. Professor Vinay Mathew John from Mechanical Engineering department of Saintgits College of Engineering. Each year the best team will be awarded 1000$. Seven international teams have been formed for the Collaborative Programme 2012-2013. To make the efforts more effective, one mentor 30

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each is assigned to each group.They all have experience either with the class or in development activities or both. Hasit and Bhaskar are in India, Ishwari is in New York City, Michelle now is in Shanghai, Rudy and John are in California. Ishwari Bendre Hasit Ganatra RN Bhaskar Michelle Jiang John Howard Rudy Roy

- Screw pine Weaving, water hyacinth - Rice sowing - Bio Gas - Rubber mat punching - Face Mask - Machine for Differently-abled & - Team Medic

Screw Pine Weaving Currently, worldwide demand is increasing for mats made from dried screw pine leaves. However, artisans in Kerala, the leading exporter of these mats, are increasingly reluctant to enter the profession due to the tedium and physical strain imposed during the weaving process, resulting in a decreasing supply of mats and other handicrafts. In particular, women must sit in contorted positions and hold strands of leaf with their toes as they weave. We aim to develop a cheap, easy-to-use device that both facilitates the weaving process for the workers and expedites the production of mats to meet market demand.

Rice Sowing Kerala is in great need of increasing its rice production as it currently produces less than one-fifth of its requirement and imports 84 % of the consumed food grain from neighboring states. With the current method of rice sowing, about half the seeds are wasted. Our goal was to develop and market a suitable device that will help the paddy farmers to efficiently sow uniformly so that they can reduce the huge losses suffered due to manual sowing and labor scarcity, with a secondary focus of making the task less strenuous for the farmers.

Team Medic In Indian hospitals and nursing homes, the process of transferring an injured or bedridden patient between bed, stretcher, and wheelchair is currently inconvenient, uncomfortable and unsafe for everyone involved. The patient must be lifted from the bed by several nurses who then place them on the stretcher or wheelchair. This can result in additional pain or injury to the patient and difficulties for the nurses. Our goal is to create a device to alleviate these problems. 31

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Biogas The development of biogas technology as an alternative energy source is becoming increasingly important in India. Biogas is a fuel produced from the decomposition of organic waste, like food and manure. Team Biopower is aiming to make developments on individual biogas tanks, which are especially beneficial for families in rural areas where organic waste is plentiful and fuel costs are rising. The primary objective is to make the tank more popular for consumers by addressing complaints of cost, efficiency, and need for daily use. Our design is a compact floating-drum tank with additional features that should address the issues above.

Rubber Mat Punching Rubber mats are frequently found throughout India including households, shops, and factories. Most of these rubber mats have holes for proper drainage; however, the suppliers of these mats can't cut these holes reliably. Thus they ship mats to workshops where workers manually punch holes before selling the mats back. The workers, mostly women, punch out each hole using a chisel and hammer. Though they are efficient, this method still causes significant strain on their backs and arms. Our product will punch out multiple holes at once, making the process faster and more accurate while reducing the physical strain on workers.

Face Mask Problems with dust in the workplace are faced by many different types of workers in and out of Kerala, India as well as other developing countries. The inhalation of wood particles, metal particles, tiny pieces of rubber, and other particulate matter is a significant source of discomfort to the workers, and in addition creates future health problems. While masks intended to prevent the inhalation of particulate matter are generally available, current masks are not only ineffective but uncomfortable, and they do not facilitate conversation. Our goal is to engineer a product that addresses these concerns in the most cost efficient manner.

Machine for (Wheelchair?)

Differently

Abled

Mobility

There are almost half a million people in Kerala living with mobilityrelated disabilities. Many would benefit from assistive technology, such as wheelchairs, to help achieve independence in their day-to-day lives. However, currently available products are not only poorly designed but often prohibitively expensive, forcing some individuals and their families to save for months or simply go without the technology they desperately need. Working with a former E/ME105 group, we have developed a wheelchair that is intended to meet the specific needs of Keralites with respect to comfort, durability, and functionality, while remaining affordable to those who need it most. visit www.pickar.caltech.edu 32

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Industry Department Interaction 2012-13 In 1988 Kelachandra Machines came into manufacturing large components for a variety of machinery used in giant private sector companies, large public sector units like Hindustan Aeronautics, Cochin Shipyard etc. As well as government research centers like the Indian Space Research Organization and the Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre.

Shri P P Thomas, Proprietor of Kelachandra Machines, has engaged a session on 15th March 2013 for the Mechanical students. Shri P P Thomas has delivered a short session on the “Relevance of “User Friendly Features” in the products for effective marketing.

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MECHNIUS 2012-13 MECHNIUS 2012-13

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MECHNIUS 2012-13 MECHNIUS 2012-13

Auto Expo

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Uniqueness of ME Batches 2002-2006

First to conceive and execute the idea for a National Level Technical Fest-NAKSHATRA

2003-2007

First to get University B.Tech rank and also given birth to Saintgits Rock Band. Above all they are the first to conceive and execute MECHNIUS

2004-2008

University toppers in Final year result and First batch to give Farewell party to ME staff.

2005-2009

First student selected for SSB and Batch got doubled with 120 seats.

2006-2010

First to conduct Departmental Finally year Project Exhibition

2007-2011

First batch to achieve placement in Top notch core companies viz. BOSCH, Mahindra & Mahindra, GE etc . Also responsible for making the Fresher's Day A "Mini NAKSHATRA"

2008-2012

First to bag State level First prize for Project-Manorama Yuva Mastermind (Rs60,000/-) First to have International collaboration with CALTECH

2009-2013

First to bag National Level First prize for Project-Techtop (Rs1,00,000/) First to design, prototype and completely develop an in-house All Terrain Vehicle

GEMS of ME

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Mr. Arjun Radhakrishnan

Second Rank

B.Tech

2003-07

Mr. Amith Aravind

First Rank

M.Tech

2008-10

Mr. Ajith Kuriakose Mani

First Rank

M.Tech

2009-11

Mr. Junet Babu

First Rank

M.Tech

2010-12

Ms. Parvathy Venugopal

First Rank

M.Tech

2011-13

Mr. Benrose Prasad

Second Rank

M.Tech

2011-13

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Date 2.7.2013 8.7.2013 17.7.2013 26.7.2013

3.8.2013 19.8.2013 26.8.2013 30.8.2013 30.8.2013

6.9.2013 7.9.2013 10.9.2013 10.9.2013 11.9.2013 12.9.2013 24.9.2013 27.9.2013 30.9.2013

Actvity Dept. Meeting 1 Semester Registration Dept. Meeting 2 Dept. Meeting 3

FDP 1 ISO External Audit Dept. Meeting 4 Mechnius 2013 Educatrional Tour

Dept. Meeting 5 Faculty Tour PTA Meeting 1 PTA Meeting 1 PTA Meeting 1 Educatrional Tour SAE Tier 1 Competiton Dept. Meeting 6 SAE Tier 2 Competiton

Semester Plan

12.30pm FN & an 10.30am 2pm 2pm FN & AN 4.30pm -6pm 12.30pm FN & AN

10.30 am FN 12.30pm FN & AN 4 days

Time 12.30pm 9.00 am 12.30pm 12.30pm

Faculty ME Faculty S7 A & B S5 A & B S3A & B S3 SAE Club Members Faculty Internal & External SAE members

September

Faculty 2012-13 documents Faculty S3,S5 & S7 S5

August

Particulars Faculty S3,S5 & S7 Faculty Faculty

July

Sailesh K S Bibin Jose Ron P Mathew & CSA Ron P Mathew & CSA Ron P Mathew & CSA CSA Francis Augustine Sailesh K S Francis Augustine

Vivek Chacko Vinay Mathew John Sailesh K S Philip CSA

Coordinator Sailesh K S CSA Sailesh K S Sailesh K S

June 2013- May 2014 Academic Year Plan for ME

Main Staff Room Kumarakom Respective Class Room Respective Class Room Respective Class Room Veegaland,Ekm CLC 201 Main Staff Room Seminar Hall/Cultural Centre

Wayanad,Mysore,Bengaluru

Cultural Centre/Semicar Hall/DH/CLC

CLC 404 Seminar Hall Main Staff Room

Venue Remarks Main Staff Room Respective Class Rooms Main Staff Room Main Staff Room

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21.2.2014

14.3.2013

16.3.2014

18.3.2014

11.9.2013

Dept. Meeting 11

Dept. Meeting 12

PTA Meeting 2

PTA Meeting 2

PTA Meeting 2

2pm

2pm

2pm

Faculty

February

January

December

November

S8 A & B

S6 A & B

S4 A & B

Faculty

Venue

Sailesh K S

Sailesh K S

Sailesh K S

Sailesh K S

Ron P Mathew & CSA

Ron P Mathew & CSA

Ron P Mathew & CSA

Sailesh K S

Remarks

Respective Class Room

Respective Class Room

Respective Class Room

Main Staff Room

Main Staff Room

Main Staff Room

S4,S6 & S8

Main Staff Room

Main Staff Room

Francis Augustine Adi Sankara,Kalady Main Staff Room Sailesh K S Main Staff Room Unnikrishnan

Coordinator

March - Month of Competitons 12.30pm

12.30pm

Faculty

12.30pm

Dept. Meeting 10

24.1.2014

Faculty

13.12.2013 12.30pm

Dept. Meeting 9

Faculty

22.11.2013 12.30pm

October SAE members Faculty Odd semester documents

Particulars

Dept. Meeting 8

Time

8.10 & 9.10 FN & AN 25.10.2013 12.30pm 31.10.2013 10am

Date

SAE Tier 3Competiton Dept. Meeting 7 ISO Internal Audit

Actvity

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15.4.2014

16.4.2013

25.4.2013

31.4.2014

30.5.2014

Dept. Meeting 13

Merit Day

Dept. Meeting 14

ISO Internal Audit

Dept. Meeting 15

Departmental Competitions for students

12.30pm

10am

12.30pm

11:00 am

12.30pm

Faculty

May

Even semester doc.

Faculty

Faculty & Students

Faculty

April

Best B.Tech & M.Tech Project Competition Best B.Tech Seminar Competitions Best Mini Innovative Project Competiton Best Budding Engineer Competiton Best Designer Competition Group Discussion Competiton Aptitude Test Competition

Sailesh K S

Unnikrishnan

Sailesh K S

PEP team

Sailesh K S

Manu V Thottackad Manu V Thottackad Sailesh K S George T S George T S PEP Team PEP Team

Main Staff Room

Main Staff Room

Main Staff Room

Cultural Centre

Main Staff Room

Respective Class Room Respective Class Room CLC 404 CLC 404 CADD Lab CLC 404 CLC 404

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