C-Zone arts festival


Date : 13-02-2015

Sreehari S was awarded KalaPrathibha in C-Zone arts festival ,Calicut University. He participated in Kathakali sangeetham, Light Music, etc.

Madhuri Sankar Chavan secured first prize in Hindi Essay writing competition.

Expert talk on“Success Is A Mind Game”


Date : 01-08-2015

Mr. Sandheep K , Chief Executive, Glow Mind Training Consultancy, Aluva delivered a talk on “Success is a Mind Game” on 1/8/2015 Saturday during 1.30pm to 4.30pm. His talk was a real inspiration and motivation to students and imparted positive energy to them. A summary of the talk is given below.

There is an assumption that if you had a negative belief for a long time it will take a long time to change it. In fact it doesn’t take any longer to change a program that has been in your computer for thirty years than it does to change one that has been in there for thirty minutes — if you know how to rewrite the software of your mind. The concept of, “no pain – no gain” is another popular myth in our self-help and personal growth culture. In reality, with the right tool, change can be easy as well as rapid.
Many people also assume that it is necessary to know the cause of a problem in order to fix it. However, it is seldom necessary to re-experience the cause of a problem to change most behaviors. In other words, most of the time, you don’t have to know where you were in order to get where you want to go.

Most people believe success is a function of hard work. Many popular quotes allude to this.
Success is 1% inspiration, 99% perspiration.
• Success is where luck and preparation meet.
• The dictionary is the only place where success comes before work.
There is a great deal of truth to this line of thinking, however, it overlooks one very important point — before any of that hard work is done, success is created in the mind.

The programme was attended by almost all first year students from various departments. A total of 550 participants were there for the programme.

Seminar on Entrepreneurship development opportunities


Date : 03-08-2015

Entrepreneurship development opportunities in current industrial scenario is organized by Dr. Vinod Pottakulath (first year co-ordinator of MES College of Engineering Kuttippuram) on 03rd August 2015 and the section was taken by Mrs. Smitha P, Assistant District Industries extension Officer, Malappuram. This section was mainly focused to discuss about the opportunities of entrepreneurship in different market. And the section was held at the college auditorium started with silent prayer. Welcome speech speech was given by Dr. Nafeesa K (Academic co-ordinator, EEE Department) and Dr. V.H Abdul Salam (Principal, MESCE), presided the function.

Mrs. Smitha P discussed with our first year students about, the toughest parts of being an entrepreneur is finding the next opportunity to make it big in business. There is always another opportunity coming down the road, but our job is to distinguish the good ones from the bad ones and make smart business decisions that will set our startup ahead in the long run. There are definitely ways to go about this that will set us ahead, and things that we can take advantage of to give our startup business an edge. She discussed about the seven ways to do so, that all entrepreneurs should be taking these opportunities.

The first way is to invest in multiple businesses. Most self-made billionaires are people who invested in many different business opportunities at once instead of focusing on just one idea. While there are also plenty of business owners who have focused on one idea and succeeded, it is harder to do this and if failure happens, many more of our resources are lost. For the first-time entrepreneur, instead of taking an idea from the ground up, it may be more appealing to run other businesses and be a part of their inception, limiting the risk without limiting opportunity for profit.

The next method discussed was about investors. These investors are becoming more popular than venture capitalists in some industries, and the money that comes from them generally has far fewer strings attached or expectations than bank loans and money from venture capitalists. These investors can be great resources for the entrepreneur looking to stress less about funding and focus on product and customer loyalty and service.

The third method she discussed regarding opportunities in entrepreneurship is crowdfunding. Sites like Kickstarter have made it possible for entrepreneurs to circumvent the need for traditional loans and investors and instead go straight to their customers to inquire about interest level and garner the funds necessary to produce their wares and distribute them to interested parties.

Next she addressed about startup incubators. The founders of startup incubators function similarly to angel investors in that they provide many resources for a startup to begin its journey with very few strings attached and kickback expected in return. Though not all startup incubators operate in terms of funding, they can provide other much-needed services like office space, professional seminars, access to industry professionals, or access to the means of production to give startups of all kinds an opportunity to accomplish their mission

Next she discussed about quality content. Producing quality content will always set business ahead of the curve. Good content can be found everywhere nowadays,
It was then followed by discussion about social power of internet. Strategically placing our business and brand in the center of conversations and creating a culture around our brand will effectively separate our business from competition's by truly connecting to customers on issues they care about.

Finally the seminar was concluded with the discussion regarding foreign markets. Foreign market has seen exponential growth in the past few years. Any startup owners that know how to recognize this opportunity for what it truly is gets access to the largest market on earth.

Dr. Vinod Pottakulath (Assoc. Prof, EEE Dept) gave the felicitation address; she gave a briefing on the entrepreneurship and pointed out some pros and cons of entrepreneurship in modern engineering industry. The inaugural session was concluded with the vote of thanks by an S1 student.

Expert talk on “Thermal Power Industry”


Date : 19-08-2015

Association of Electrical and Electronics Engineering (AEEE) organized a talk on “Thermal Power Industry” on Wednesday, 19th August 2015 at 10.30 am to 12.30 pm. The talk was delivered by Mr. Sajeev M, DGM, NTPC, Kayamkulam. Students of fifth and seventh semester B. Tech EEE and M. Tech IC students attended the programme. The programme was held at the main seminar hall.

The programme started with a silent prayer at 10.30 am. Dr. K M Moideen Kutty, HOD EEE delivered the welcome speech. He gave a brief introduction about the resource person, Mr. Sajeev M.

Mr. Sajeev M started the session with a brief description of Indian Power Sector and its past, present and future. He gave an idea about the key developments and current status in the power sector. He is currently working with National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC) which is the largest public sector power company in India to accelerate power development in the country owned by Government of India. They have coal based and gas based power stations. They have a target of installing 75000 MW by 2017.

He pointed out that more than 65% of India's electricity generation capacity comes from thermal power plants, with about 85% of the country's thermal power generation being coal-based. He said that the 10 biggest thermal power stations operating in India are all coal-fired, with seven of them owned and operated by state-run National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC). He mentioned about the power station in Kerala.

He mentioned about the components of Coal Fired Thermal Power Station. The components are – coal preparation, Boiler, economiser, air preheater, reheater, steam turbines, condenser, boiler feed pump, cooling tower, fan or draught system, ash handling system, and generator.

He explained in detail about the working of thermal power plants. He said that a coal based thermal power plant converts the chemical energy of the coal into electrical energy. This is achieved by raising the steam in the boilers, expanding it through the turbine and coupling the turbines to the generators which converts mechanical energy into electrical energy. The powdered coal from the coal mills is carried to the boiler in coal pipes by high pressure hot air. The pulverized coal air mixture is burnt in the boiler. The boiler is a water tube boiler hanging from the top. Water is converted to steam in the boiler and steam is separated from water in the boiler drum. The saturated steam from the boiler drum is taken to superheater. The superheated steam from the final superheater is taken to the High Pressure Steam Turbine (HPT). In the HPT the steam pressure is utilized to rotate the turbine. From the HPT the out coming steam is taken to the Reheater in the boiler to increase its temperature as the steam becomes wet at the HPT outlet. After reheating the steam, it is taken to the Intermediate Pressure Turbine (IPT) and then to the Low Pressure Turbine (LPT). The outlet of the LPT is sent to the condenser for condensing back to water by a cooling water system. This condensed water is and is again sent to the boiler in a closed cycle. The rotational energy imparted to the turbine by high pressure steam is converted to electrical energy in the Generator.

He concluded that conventional generating stations face tremendous fuel risk, both in terms of availability of supply and in terms of price unlike renewable sources of energy. Plants based on domestic coals are over- dependent on the monopoly of Coal India for their supply while imported coal based plants are vulnerable to significant fuel price, regulatory and country risks.

Expert talk on “Prospects of Renewable Energy for Young Engineers”


Date : 30-09-2015

Association of Electrical and Electronics Engineering (AEEE) organized a talk on “Prospects of Renewable Energy for Young Engineers” on Wednesday, 30th September 2015 at 1.30 to 4.30pm. The talk was delivered by Dr. Nikhil P G, Sr. Research Scientist, National Institute of Solar Energy, Gurgaon, New Delhi. All B.Tech and M.Tech EEE students attended the programme. The programme was held at the college auditorium.

The programme started with a silent prayer at 01.30 pm. Dr. K M Moideen Kutty, HOD EEE delivered the welcome speech. He gave a brief introduction about the resource person, Dr. Nikhil PG who was a former student of EEE department in the year 2000-2004.
Dr. Nikhil PG started the session with an overview of energy in India. He mentioned that renewable energy is a clean alternative to fossil fuels. He pointed out that about more than 60% of energy is from thermal, about 25% from hydro, 3% from nuclear and 9% from renewable energy sources. Due to limited supply of coal and price hike of oil and gases, alternate source of energy considered. He gave a brief idea about the benefits of renewable energy like avoid the high costs in transmission, avoid distribution losses, boost rural economy, etc. He also mentioned about the challenges of energy. He also gave a status about the potential of renewable energy in India.

He described about the renewable energy sources like solar, wind, hydro, bio energy, geothermal energy, etc. He gave an idea about the major states in India having solar, wind, bio mass, hydro energy potential. He mentioned about the 2022 plan of 100 GW target. MNRE has a plan to install solar parks (60 GW) and rooftop projects (40 GW). Commissioned capacity has reached 3.4 GW.

He explained in detail about solar energy and types of solar irradiance. He mentioned about the two types of converting solar energy to electricity – solar thermal plant and photovoltaic plants. Photovoltaic plants have only an efficiency of 15 to 20 %. He mentioned about the different types of PV module materials, PV panels and arrays. He described about the voltage – current and power- voltage characteristics of photovoltaic cell, effect of insulation and temperature. He also described about the shading effects and tilt angle. He gave a brief idea about standalone system and grid connected systems.

Expert talk on “Environmental Impact Assessment”


Date : 07-10-2015

The talk was delivered by Mr. T. Mohammed Suhail, Assistant Professor, Dept of Civil Engineering, MESCE Kuttippuram. His main intention was to impart awareness on students about the environmental issues. He elaborated the major environmental issues with examples. A summary of the talk is given below.

Impact assessments are carried out to assess the consequences of individual projects. Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) is a process of evaluating the likely environmental impacts of a proposed project or development, taking into account inter-related socio-economic, cultural and human-health impacts, both beneficial and adverse. An Impact Assessment report is a record of the environmental assessment process. The process examines the natural environment, the proposed activities, identifies the interactions between the two /or built environment and determines the 'effect' of the project on the environment.

No matter how large or small the proposal, an application and EIA should: Describe in detail your proposed activity on public conservation lands and waters• Detail the physical and social conservation values affected by your proposal• Identify the potential effects, both positive and adverse• Describe any measures to avoid, remedy or mitigate adverse effects• Identify any alternative locations, times or designs that would mitigate the adverse• effects of the proposal Prescribe a programme to monitor any ongoing effects.

The programme was attended by almost all first year students from various departments. A total of 550 participants were there for the programme.

Expert talk on “Green Building Materials”


Date : 07-10-2015

The talk was delivered by Mrs. Divya Mohanan, Assistant Professor , Dept of Civil Engineering, MESCE Kuttippuram. A summary of the talk is given below.

“Going Green” seems to be the new and popular thing to do. It is an easy statement to make, but gives very little detail of how one will address such a global issue. There are currently over fifty regional and national green labeling programs throughout the United States. Each of these have similar yet quite different versions of rating systems and qualifying characteristics that they look for in a green building. Some focus on only the end results and completely overlook what happens during the gathering and manufacturing of materials. Others look more heavily at issues of economics and energy savings while deeming other issues like the distance a material travels or the toxins it could emit into the air as much less important.

There are over fifty green labeling programs across the country. This is an overly abundant number of organizations who are all in theory supporting and dealing with the same things.
Some common issues that they all take into consideration are:
• Construction techniques
• Waste reduction/recycling through construction phase
• The indoor environment and its use of environmental products
• Water-efficient processes
• Renewable energy options
•Smart growth and sustainable land development practices.

The programme was attended by almost all first year students from various departments. A total of 550 participants were there for the programme.

Expert talk on “Renewable Energy Sources”


Date : 07-10-2015

The talk was delivered by Dr .Nafeesa K, Professor , Dept of EEE, MESCE Kuttippuram. A summary of the talk is given below.

Over the last 200 years, people have become more and more dependent on energy that they dig out of the ground. In the 1700’s, almost all our energy came from wind, water, firewood, or muscle power. The wind powered our windmills and sailing ships. Water powered our water wheels. Firewood did our cooking and heated our homes. Muscle power (human or animal) did just about everything else. All these energy sources came from the sun, since solar energy drove wind and rain, grew trees, and grew crops to nourish our animals and ourselves. All these energy sources were also renewable, since wind kept blowing, rivers kept flowing, and trees and crops kept growing. About 1800, we began to get much of our energy from coal dug out of the ground. About 1900 we began to drill for oil and natural gas. By 1950 these “fossil fuels” had mainly displaced the older energy sources except for water power. Fossil fuels come from the decayed remains of prehistoric plants and animals, so their energy also comes, originally, from the sun. In some parts of the world new fossil fuels are being formed even today. But we are using fossil fuels at a far greater rate than they are being created, using up energy stored over hundreds of millions of years in a few hundred years. After 1950, we began to use atomic energy from uranium dug from the ground. Uranium is not a fossil fuel, and its energy does not originate from the sun. But uranium, like fossil fuels, is non-renewable: once it’s used up, it’s gone forever. Over the past 25 years, use of older renewable energy sources has increased and we have begun to use new renewable energy sources as well. We have realized that our fossil and atomic fuels will not last forever, and that their use contributes to environmental pollution. Renewable energy – which basically comes from the sun in one way or another – provides opportunities for an unlimited, sustainable energy supply with low environmental impact. And renewable energy is not just something for the future, but something we can use in our homes today.

There are several renewable energy sources that are in use today. Listed below are brief descriptions of these resources;

1.Hydropower: Hydropower represents one of the oldest and largest renewable power sources and accounts for close to 10% of our nation’s electricity. Existing hydropower capacity is about 80,000 megawatts (MW – one million watts or one thousand kilowatts). Hydropower plants convert the energy of flowing water into electricity. This is primarily done by damming rivers to create large reservoirs and then releasing water through turbines to produce electricity. Hydropower results in no emissions into the atmosphere but the process of damming a river can create significant ecological problems for water quality and for fish and wildlife habitat. Biomass Biomass is second to hydropower as a leader in renewable energy production. Biomass has an existing capacity of over 7,000 MW. Biomass as a fuel consists of organic matter such as industrial waste, agricultural waste, wood, and bark. Biomass can be burned directly in specially designed power plants, or used to replace up to15% of coal as a fuel in ordinary power plants. Biomass burns cleaner than coal because it has less sulfur, which means less sulfur dioxide will be emitted into the atmosphere. Biomass can also be used indirectly, since it produces methane gas as it decays or through a modern process called gasification. Methane can produce power by burning in a boiler to create steam to drive steam turbines or through internal combustion in gas turbines and reciprocating engines. The largest use of biomass energy in Virginia is the forest products industry. Furniture plants, sawmills, and paper mills usually burn their wood waste to produce heat and electricity. Many homeowners use firewood or pellets for winter heat.

2.Geothermal Geothermal electric capacity in the United States is over 3,000 MW. Geothermal power plants use high temperatures deep underground to produce steam, which then powers turbines that produce electricity. Geothermal power plants can draw from underground reservoirs of hot water or can heat water by pumping it into hot, dry rock.
High underground high temperatures are accessed by drilling wells, sometimes more than a mile deep. In one sense, this geothermal energy is not renewable, since sometime in the future the core of the earth will cool. That time is so far off (hundreds of millions of years) that that we think of it as renewable. Most geothermal power plants are located in the western United States, but some costal regions of Virginia (near Wallops Island) have geothermal power potential. Geothermal heat pumps use compressors to pump heat out of the earth (for winter heating) or into the earth (when running as air conditioners in summer). The energy they pump into and out of the earth is renewable, since it is replaced by the cycle of the seasons. The energy that runs the compressor can either be renewable or conventional.

3. Solar Energy Solar energy comes directly from the power of the sun and is used to produce electricity, to produce heat, and for light. Solar represents a small share of the electric market in the United States – about ½ of one percent of electrical capacity. Solar's contribution to heating and lighting is much larger. Solar-electric power can be produced either by power plants using the sun’s heat or by photovoltaic (PV) technology, which converts sunlight directly to electricity using solar cells. PV technology is more practical for residential use. Systems to use the heat of the sun directly can be either active or passive. In active systems, air or liquid circulate through solar collectors and bring heat to where it is used. In passive systems, buildings are built with windows and heat-absorbing surfaces set up to maximize solar heating in winter. Either technology is suitable for residential use. Systems to directly use the light of the sun are most common. The most usual device for using sunlight is the window, but skylights and skylight tubes are also used. Wind Power Wind energy represents 4,700 megawatts (MW) of installed electric capacity in the United States. Wind has CHbeen the fastest growing energy source in the U.S. over the last decade mainly due to very significant improvements in wind energy technology.
4. Fuel Cells A fuel cell is an alternative energy device, but it is not necessarily a renewable energy device. It is only renewable if the source of the fuel used is renewable. A fuel cell is an electrochemical device, like a battery in thatit converts the energy from a chemical reaction directly into electricity and heat. But unlike a battery, which is limited to the stored chemicals within, a fuel cell has the capability of generating energy as long as fuel is supplied.

Here are some specific residential renewable energy systems that use the renewable resources:
1. Micro hydropower Systems
2. Residential Biomass Applications
3. Geothermal Heat Pumps
4. Solar Electric or Photovoltaic (PV) Systems
5. Wind Energy Systems
6. Residential Fuel Cells

The programme was attended by almost all first year students from various departments. A total of 550 participants were there for the programme.

Dibu KK won first prize in Robotic Design


Date : 20-10-2015

Dibu KK won first prize in Robotic Design, Zonal round of NRC India organized by ARK Technosolutions & Robokart.com in association with AMALGAM, IIT MADRAS held on 20th October 2015

Expert talk on “Challenges in grid connected solar energy systems”


Date : 05-01-2016

Industry Institute Interaction cell of EEE Dept. organized talk on “Challenges in grid connected solar energy systems” Mr. Christo George Chairman and MD, HYKON group of Companies on 05/01/2016, 2.00 pm – 4.00 pm at EEE seminar hall for S8 EEE students. Dr. Moideenkutty K M, HOD EEE gave brief introduction of the chief guest and delivered the welcome speech. He explained various challenges faced while connecting solar to the grid, the formalities that has to be completed before applying to grid connection and scope and opportunities in solar sector in India and abroad.

Dr. Nafeesa K delivered vote of thanks and the program ended at 4.00pm.

Prizes in Annual Sports Meet


Date : 09-03-2016

Muhammed Ashir secured third position in Javelin Throw
Haritha M secured third position Shortput ( Women)
Druvin P M secured third position 1500 m Race (Boys)

AAGAZ'16 - AEEE inauguration 15-16


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Date : 15-03-2016

Association of Electrical and Electronics Engineering of EEE Dept(AEEE) organized a talk on printed electronics on 15th March 2016 from 2:30 to 3:30 PM at college auditorium. The talk was delivered by Umer Salim C.E.O & M.D. i4 Technologies for B.Tech & M.Tech EEE students. Dr K M Moideen Kutty, HOD EEE, delivered the welcome speech and gave brief introduction about the resource person and his i4 Technologies.

Mr Umer Salim started the session with the relevant details of their company and related products engaged in identifying & developing opportunities in research & commercial manufacturing primarily in emerging Conventional & Printed Electronics, Renewable Energy & Digital Electronics. He also explained the details of Printed Electronics & Smart Materials , Passive & Active Matrix O.L.E.D(Organic light-emitting diode), Thin Film Flexible Solar PV / OPV, Nanotechnology, Graphene throughout the lecture.

The speakers also highlighted the various features of Printed electronics for healthcare and biodegradable electronics and the Industry expectations vs the knowledge gained by the students during the academic schedule with various examples.

Around 250 students (B.Tech & M.Tech) attended the session. He interacted with the students and cleared the doubts regarding market response, ongoing research & technological obstacles of this products & how to be overcome for the large-scale use of this technology. Students felt the session was very informative and useful. The session was interactive and students expressed their desire to have more sessions by the resource person.

After the session, cultural activities of the students were conducted till 4.30 pm.

First prize in National level Robotics championship


Date : 03-04-2016

Dibu K.K, Anand E P and Ameen K.B won first prize in National level Robotics championship held at IIT Madras on 1st April to 3rd April 2016

Workshop on “Study and repair of house hold appliances”


Date : 25-07-2016

Association of Electrical and Electronics Engineering (AEEE) organized a workshop on “Study and Repair of House Hold Appliances” on 25/07/2016, 1.30-4.30 pm at EEE Seminar hall for S7 EEE students. Dr. Moideenkutty K M, HOD EEE welcomed the participants. Mrs Sajina M K, Mr Ajay and Mr. Anil kumar of EEE Dept. handled the session’s .Working and repairing of various appliances and the type of motors used are included in the workshop. Certificates were also distributed to the students after the workshop.

Expert talk on “Enterpreneurship Development and Skills of Industries”


Date : 20-12-2016

Industry Institute Interaction Cell(IIIC) organized a talk on “Enterpreneurship Development and Skills of Industries” is scheduled on 20/12/2016 from 2.30-3.30 pm The talk was delivered by , Mrs. Smitha P, Assistant District Industries Officer, Malappuram . All S8 B.Tech EEE students attended the programme. The programme was held at the EEE seminar hall.

The programme started with a silent prayer at 02.30 pm. Dr. K M Moideen Kutty, HOD EEE delivered the welcome speech. He gave a brief introduction about the resource person,Mrs.Smitha P,who was a previous student of MESCE.

She started the session with the programs by Kerala government for Enterpreneurship Development and skill development.She explained various programmes aimed at giving the students and young entrepreneurs of the State maximum exposure to the International start-up ecosystems and also to foster cooperation between start-up ecosystems across the world.

She mentioned importance of maker-workshops, ideathons, hackathons or other technology evangelizing workshops for start-ups and aspiring entrepreneurs. She described various Start-up Boot Camps, R & D Centres, TBIs and tie-up with technology partners like Apple, Microsoft, Mozilla, Google, Intel, MIT FABLABs to run technical workshops as well as entrepreneurship development programmes.

She explained the toughest parts of being an entrepreneur in finding the next opportunity to make it big in business. There is always another opportunity coming down the road, but our job is to distinguish the good ones from the bad ones and make smart business decisions that will set our startup ahead in the long run. There are definitely ways to go about this that will set us ahead, and things that we can take advantage of to give our startup business an edge. She discussed about the seven ways to do so, that all entrepreneurs should be taking these opportunities.

The first way is to invest in multiple businesses. Most self-made billionaires are people who invested in many different business opportunities at once instead of focusing on just one idea. While there are also plenty of business owners who have focused on one idea and succeeded, it is harder to do this and if failure happens, many more of our resources are lost. For the first-time entrepreneur, instead of taking an idea from the ground up, it may be more appealing to run other businesses and be a part of their inception, limiting the risk without limiting opportunity for profit.

The next method discussed was about investors. These investors are becoming more popular than venture capitalists in some industries, and the money that comes from them generally has far fewer strings attached or expectations than bank loans and money from venture capitalists. These investors can be great resources for the entrepreneur looking to stress less about funding and focus on product and customer loyalty and service.

Aswin K Manoj selected as best student chair (third position)


Date : 03-01-2017

Aswin K Manoj was selected as best student chair(third position) in IEEE Malabar subsection organized by IEEE Kerala section Best Student Branch chair person 2016.

Expert talk on “Introduction to solar energy harvesting”


Date : 12-01-2017


Industry Institute Interaction cell of EEE Dept. organized a talk on “Introduction to Solar Energy Harvesting” by Mr. Jayachandran program officer, ANERT on 12/1/2017 at EEE Seminar hall for S8 EEE students. The programme started with a silent prayer at 10.30 am. Dr. N Rajanbabu, HOD EEE delivered the welcome speech. He gave a brief introduction about the resource person. Faculty members of the department also attended the talk. In addition to the topic he has explained various solar schemes provided by the ANERT and the procedure for applying for financial assistance from ANERT for various schemes. Talk ended at 12.30 pm .HOD delivered vote of thanks.

Expert talk on “Big Data Analytics”


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Date : 13-01-2017

Association of Electrical and Electronics Engineering (AEEE) organized a talk on “Big Data Analytics” on 13/01/2017 from 3.30pm to 4.30pm in EEE seminar hall. The talk was delivered by Mr. Jerry Varghese, senior data engineer, NIKE USA. All S8 EEE students and M Tech students attended the program. Dr. Thasneem Fathima N K, AEEE in charge, delivered the welcome speech. She has given a brief introduction about the resource person who was a former student of ECE department.


Mr. Jerry Varghese started the session with an overview of Big Data. Big data is data sets that are so voluminous and complex that traditional data-processing soft wares those are inadequate to deal with them. Big data challenges include capturing data, data storage, data analysis, search, sharing, transfer, visualization, querying, updating, information privacy and data source. He mentioned that Big Data Analytics is a fast growing area in this era of social media. Scientists, business executives, practitioners of medicine, advertising and governments alike regularly meet difficulties with large data-sets in areas including Internet search, fintech, urban informatics, and business informatics.


The applications of Big Data Analytics include manufacturing, healthcare, education, media, internet of things and information technology. He explained in detail the way they are doing Big Data Analytics in their company. He inspired the students to learn the big data analytics as it is the growing area. The expert talk was ended by 4.25 pm and feedback about the class was given by Ms. Gowri Balachandran (S8 EEE). Mr. Sanjid Abdul Kader, the student coordinator delivered the vote of thanks. The programme ended by 4.30 pm.

Technical Quiz Competition, KETCON 2016


Date : 13-01-2017

Raza Abbas participated in Technical Quiz Competition, KETCON 2016 at MA College, Kothamangalam

Second position in ENCON Club Quiz


Date : 08-02-2017

Raza Abbas and Sruthi M K secured second position in ENCON Club Quiz organized by BPCL Kochi Refinery

Expert talk on “Energy from Waste”


Date : 10-02-2017

Dr. N. Rajanbabu, Head of the Department introduced the speaker Mr. Jayachandran Design Manager, National Grid Manchester, UK to the students and welcomed him on behalf of the department.

Mr. Jayachandran Design Manager, National Grid Manchester, UK started his presentations with the statistics of amount of waste generated per year in UK and India and also the energy that is generated from waste. In the presentation, he clearly explained the different methods of generating energy from waste . It is important that recyclable material is removed first, and that energy is recovered from what remains, i.e. from the residual waste. Energy from waste (EfW) technologies include:
• Combustion in which the residual waste burns at 850°C and the energy recovered as electricity or heat
• Gasification and pyrolysis, where the fuel is heated with little or no oxygen to produce “syngas” which can be used to generate energy or as a feedstock for producing methane, chemicals, biofuels, or hydrogen.
• Anaerobic digestion, which uses microorganisms to convert organic waste into a methane-rich biogas that can be combusted to generate electricity and heat or converted to biomethane. This technology is most suitable for wet organic wastes or food waste.

In each method of energy generation different processes are involved and were briefly mentioned. The speaker included some of his experience at UK and also explained the benefits of harnessing energy from waste:
• It helps the UK reduce its dependency on energy imports
• It contributes towards reducing carbon emissions and meeting renewable energy targets
• When used for electricity generation, these technologies have a steady and controllable output, sometimes referred to as providing “baseload” power
• It has very good sustainability and greenhouse gas saving characteristics, as it makes further use of materials that have already been discarded.

The speaker ended his session with a insight into the scope and importance of generating energy from waste in our scenario.

Second position in Inter-Collegiate Technical Quiz


Date : 10-02-2017

Sruthi M K secured second position in Inter-Collegiate Technical Quiz organized by BPCL Kochi Refinery

First Prize for project presentation by EMC and IEEE PES


Date : 04-03-2017

Dibu K K and Anand won First prize for Project Presentation competition on " My energy efficient dream home" organized by EMC, Kerala and IEEE Power and Energy Society on 4th March 2017

Industrial visit to indoor substation at MESCE,Kuttippuram


Date : 15-03-2017

Association of Electrical and Electronics Engineering (AEEE) organized an Industrial visit to indoor substation at MESCE, Kuttippuram on 15/03/2015 10.00 to 12.30pm. The Industrial visit was organized by Ms. Preetha R, AP/EEE, MESCE, Kuttippuram. All the S8 B.Tech EEE students attended the visit. The visit started at 10.00 am.


Ms. Preetha R, started the session with an overview& benefits of indoor substation and discussed about the basic types of substation and its various application oriented implementation.

She discussed about the main equipment’s required for the indoor substation and also the importance of single line diagram of the substation. She explained the installation capacity in the college (11KV/415V,500KVA,OLTC Transformer) and various equipment’s such as circuit breakers, ELCB, MCB, air break switches, gang operating switch, insulators their functions etc.

In-charge in the power house also explained the maintenance and working of the substation. The visit ended by 12.30pm

AAWAZ'17 - AEEE inauguration 16-17


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Date : 16-03-2017

The technical event was organized by Association of Electrical and Electronics Engineering (AEEE) on 16th March 2017.

Mr. Muhammed Shafeek, a well-known script writer inaugurated the event. Dr. Rajan Babu N, HOD, EEE Dept. presided over the function. Dr. Mohamed Bedeeuzzman, Vice Principal addressed the gathering, followed by the felicitations by Dr. Gopakumar A (HOD, ECE) and Dr. Rahmathunza I (HOD, ME). Sanjid Abdul Kader, Secretary, AEEE delivered the vote of thanks.

Mr. O. P. Velayudhan, Assistant Executive Engineer, KSEB Puthanathani, delivered a technical talk on “Demand Side Management” after the inaugural function.

An interactive session with Mr. Thasveer Mohammed, a well -known model and motivational speaker was followed. Prizes were distributed to the winners of AEEE competitions and cultural events took place.

Won Bronze medal for Kick Boxing in State Level


Date : 30-04-2017

Druvin P M got Bronze medal for 2nd Kerala State Kickboxing Championship
2017 (Senior Men) organized by Kickboxing Association of Kerala on 29th to 30 th April 2017

MERIT AWARD WINNERS


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Date : 06-10-2017

MESCE organizes merit award ceremony every year and provide a cash of Rs. 15000/- and Rs. 10000/- for the first and second position.

Won best Robotics project award in SRISHTI held at Saintgits


Date : 27-01-2018

Anand E P and Ameen K.B won best Robotics project award in SRISHTI 2018 - a technical project exhibition and competition for engineering students held at Saintgits College of Engineering, Kottayam on 26-27th January 2018.

TESLA'18 - AEEE inauguration 17-18


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Date : 30-01-2018

The activities of Association of EEE for the year 2018 was inaugurated by Mr. C R Neelakandan, Rtd. Deputy General Manager, Keltron and Environmental activist on 30th January 2018. The function was presided over by Dr. Rajan Babu, HOD, EEE. The Department News Letter was released by Dr. K P Muhammed, Director, MESCE and the dept. magazine cover page launch was done by Dr. Varadarajan, Principal, MESCE. This was followed by the prize distribution for various achievements by students.

1. Mr. Dibu KK of S7 EEE for project presentation on the topic “Integrated Data Analysis” at VSSC, ISRO, Thiruvananthapuram.

2. Mr. Ameen K B of S7 EEE for getting placed in Tata Consultancy Services.

3. Mr. Risal T of S5 EEE for special mention award as Industrial Relations volunteer in IEEE Malabar Subsection.

GATE-2018


Date : 14-02-2018

17/03/2017
Started GATE -2018 Coaching under the guidance of HOD, Mr. Amjed M, Mrs. Naseehath for S6 EEE students.

Training Programme on Grid connected Solar PV Power Plants for KSEB Engineers


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Date : 22-03-2018


Two Day training Programme on Grid connected Solar PV Power Plants for KSEB Engineers was organized in association with ANERT, KSEB and Electrical Inspectorate of Kerala on 26th -27th of Feb 2018, 7th-8th ,14th -15th & 21 -22 of March 2018 at MESCE Kuttippuram.

The three programmes were inaugurated by Er. Rajan babu P K , Retd Chief Electrical Inspector and one by Dr. K P Mohammed , Director, MESCE. Prof. P O J Lebba (Secretary, MESCE), Dr. A S Varadarajan (Principal , MESCE), Dr. N Rajanbabu (HOD,EEE Dept.) Dr. Mohamed Bedeeuzzaman (Vice-Principal, MESCE) and Dr. Nafeesa K (Co-ordinator and Centre in charge, CREE, MESCE) addressed the gathering in various programmes.


Different modules were handled by various Academic and Industrial experts like Mr. Rajan Babu PC (Rtd. Chief electrical inspector), Dr. Faisal Rahman P (Asst. Electrical Inspector), Mr.Shreeramakrishnan (Trainer, Skill council for green jobs), Mr. Anoop K (Assistant Professor, Dept. of EEE), Mrs. Nesihath M K (Assistant Professor, Dept. of EEE), Mr. V M Unnikrishnan (KSEB ), Dr. Nafeesa K (Professor Dept. of EEE), Mr. Arunkumar Vijayan (In-SDE), Mr. Naveen C(Deputy Electrical Inspector Inspectorate, Malappuram), Er. Jaffer M(Deputy EI, Malappuram), Dr. Sasidharan Sreedharan (Professor & Head, Dept of CSE), Mr. Labeeb M (Assistant Professor, Dept. of EEE), Mrs. Sajina MK M (Assistant Professor, Dept. of EEE), Mr. Amjed M (Assistant Professor, Dept. of EEE)

Team AYUDHA selected for DRUSE - national level competition held at Banglore


Date : 09-04-2018

Dibu K K , Faris M, Fazila Saleeem, sooraj K,Basith K V and Arjun Hari selected for selected for national level competition organized by Robotics and Unmanned systems explosion (DRUSE), DRDO on 9th April 2018

First prize in the National level competition DRUSE conducted by DRDO


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Date : 24-05-2018

‘AYUDA’ a six wheeled robot developed by the students from MES college of engineering Kuttippuram Malappuram won the first prize in the National level competition DRUSE conducted by DRDO. DRUSE (DRDO Robotics and Unmanned Systems Exposition), nation-wide competition designed to serve as an open platform to popularize and synergize the national talent in the area of robotics amongst student community for development of Unmanned Systems for defence applications. .

A total of 1088 teams across the country participated in the three level competition organised by Pune based research development establishment ( engineers),a premier laboratory of DRDO. The self controlled robot ‘AYUDA’ team from MES college of engineering Kuttippuram won the first prize of Rs. 1.5 lakhs. The team consisting of Fazila Salim, Suraj K, Faris T, Basith KV and Arjun Hari with team leader KK Dibu was guided by Dr Maya G. IIT Kharagpur team’s concept of ‘Multi Terrain Heterogeneous Swarm’ proposed for surveillance of multi-storey buildings won the second prize worth Rs. one Lakh. The team from College of Engg. Pune (COEP), won the third prize worth Rs. fifty thousand. The COEP team had proposed ‘Compressed Air Powered Human Exoskeleton Suit’.

AYUDA is a combat 6 wheel robotic vehicle is designed for dynamic operation in difficult terrain. Its a soldier assistance and surveillance vehicle the main goal of the vehicle is to carry the ammunition and goods of soldiers during a war period .The vehicle automatically follow the soldiers using image processing and 3d mapping.

The vehicle was developed as a part of the final year project in the FABLAB of the college.