Monday, June 12, 2017

NCC combined annual training camp held at AVCE

Lt. Col. PP Promod Kumar presiding the function
The Combined Annual Training Camp of 11(TN) BN NCC was conducted at Annai Vailankanni College of Engineering from 01.06.2017 to 10.06.2017, under the guidance of Lt. Col. P P Promod Kumar, the Commanding Officer. A total of 480 cadets from the Senior Division and Junior Division(both boys and girls)
attended the camp.




During the ten days, the college campus was vibrant with activities. The cadets were given training in weapon, fire fighting, karate, mass drill and disaster management.They were also motivated regarding the importance of cleanliness and green environment. As part of the programme, tree planting was carried out, Lt Col P P Promod Kumar planted the first sapling followed by the Associate NCC Officers and the cadets. On all evenings cultural programmes
were conducted to enable cadets to exhibit there talents.


The closing address took place at 6.30 PM on 09.06.2017. Lt Col P. P Promod Kumar presided over the function and Mr. D. Peter Jesudhas, Chairman of AVCE was the guest of honour. Dr. S. Chellakumar Rose, Correspondent and Dr. P. Senthil Kumar the Principal of AVCE also participated in the function. Prizes were distributed to the cadets who won in various competitions.

The cadets from AVCE also attended the camp. The college NCC unit has
52 cadets. In the previous year 16 cadets passed the C certificate examination
and 12 cadets passed the B certificate examination.


Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Annai Vailankanni College of Engineering A Pathway to success


Mr. Chinna Durai of  I year (8.5 CGPA) sharing 
his thoughts at “Padikarkal -2017” 
When I entered into this college I had no idea, on how to deal with the subject as basically I am not strong or good enough in English; because I studied in Tamil medium; but the way my professors took class and the special English practice training eased the burden on me and now in my II semester I could even speak English effectively. What inspired me much is that the race car and projects designed and developed by my seniors, now I wish that I could develop one during my II Year. My teachers have helped me much in scoring good marks and motivated me to stay strong. The Placement training programmes and the placement offered through the college to core companies which my seniors have got, have always wondered me and wish that I should also earn a placement offer during my Final year course. I feel proud that I am studying in this college and feel that probably few of my friends have missed the opportunity studying here. I am very happy to be here and my decision to study here is the best decision that I took in my life.
By,
Mr. Chinna Durai,
1st year student, AVCE,
(Tel no : 8508548104 )

Saturday, April 22, 2017

Computer Science symposium NETZAH 2K17 held at AVCE

The department of Computer Science and Engineering of our college conducted an intra college symposium 'NETZAH 2K17' for circuit branches on 16 March, 2017. Students from various departments participated in the events. The convenor of the symposium was Mr. G. Jeyaram, HOD/CSE and the symposium was co-ordinated by Mrs. R. Hema, AP/CSE. The symposium included various events such as Paper Presentation, Code Debugging, Spot Topic, Quiz, Connection, Logo Finding and Ad-Mad. Various committees were framed for the successful completion of the symposium.

23 Students Participated in paper presentation event,  28 Students Participated in Code Debugging,  8 Students participated in Spot Topic,  18 Students participated in Quiz, 38 Students participated in Connection, 28 students participated in Logo Finding, 38 students participated in connection and 38 students participated in AD-MAD. For all the events judges were invited from various departments. These events are conducted to motivate and encourage the students of AVCE.

The symposium was inagurated at about 9.30 am with Tamil Thaai Vaalthu, followed by lightening of kuthuvilaku. The welcome address was given by Ms. G.K. Rasathi, Final year CSE. The presidential address was given by Dr. P. Senthil Kumar, Principal of AVCE. He motivated the students in participating in various events in National & International conferences and events in order to improve their skill sets. The guest of honour for  NETZAH- 2K17 was Mr.


Dyan Johnson, M.D, Polymorph Technologies, Singapore & CEO, Accordex System, Nagercoil. He gave an inspirational speech to the students about how to develop their skills and create innovative ideas in software applications.

After the inagural function, the technical session began with the paper presentation event. The session was continued with various other technical events. In the valedictory funtion, the winners were awarded with certificates & medals by the chief guest Mr. V. Ravi Sankar, Area Operation Head, Ion Digital Assessment Platforms, Tata Consultancy Services.

Vote of thanks was given by Ms. P. Suman Yadav, Third year CSE followed by the  National Anthem.

Monday, April 17, 2017

Technology Introduction program held for fishermen along with IEEE ADSF SIGHT

The AVCE Student Branch of IEEE jointly organized a Technology Introduction Program with IEEE ADSF SIGHT at Thoothoor on 10-04-2017. In the program a newly developed mobile app called “Fishers' Guide” was introduced to the fishermen of Thoothoor. The functioning of the app which is in the development stage was explained to the fishermen and the fishermen suggested inclusion of some additional features. Mr. I. Tamil Selvan, Chairman of the branch welcomed the gathering. Mr.Vincent Jain, Chairman of IEEE ADSF SIGHT and Mr. G. Gaswin Kastro, AVCE SB Counselor also addressed the gathering.

Students of Annai Vailankanni College of Engineering has been developing a mobile application called “Fishers' Guide”. This app can be used by the fishermen to know the weather, potential fishing zones, wind speed and other parameters. This app is being designed such that the users can be monitored from the shore. This will help the users to get assistance soon at the time of distress and other critical situations. This program enabled interaction between the fishermen and the app developers. The fishermen found the app to be much useful and suggested some more features to be included in the app. The app was installed in the mobiles of fishermen so that they can be monitored during their voyages. This program was also helpful for the app developers to make their final design more efficient.

Reported by

Mr.G.Gaswin Kastro,
IEEE SB Counselor,
Annai Vailankanni College of Engg.,
Kanyakumari.

Monday, April 10, 2017

AVCE students win Go Green Award and 8th position at International Electric Solar Vehicle championship (ESVC)


AVCE Solar Racing Car Team
Different Teams participating in the championship
The Electric solar vehicle championship is an international solar racing event conducted at Vishnu College of engineering, Andhra Pradesh with the support of Imperial Society of Automotive Engineers (ISAE). 136 teams participated in the event across Asia. The AVCE team won the 8th position among the 136 teams along with the Go Green Award.

In the 5 day competition, technical inspection of the vehicle was done on the first day, all parts of the vehicle were inspected exhaustively. Brake and Acceleration test for the different vehicles were completed on Day 2. Cross pad test was conducted on day 3. On day 4 the efficiency of the solar panel was evaluated followed by endurance test on the final day.

AVCE team's Solar racing car

Based on the performance of the vehicle on the five days, the solar vehicle built by AVCE students won the "Go Green" award. AVCE congratulates the students on their acheivement. The chairman of the college, Mr. D. Peter Jesudhas encouraged the students and also presented a cash prize of Rs. 50000.


Saturday, April 1, 2017

384 Placement offers provided to Students in AVCE Campus placement VELAI 2017

Mr. Vismiju Viswanathan, IFS, District forest officer, Kanyakumari
inaugurating the event
Annai Vailankanni college of Engineering conducted its Pooled campus placement drive VELAI 2017 for the students in Kanyakumari district on 25th March, 2017. Sixteen commercial organizations including Revol Software, Wibits Technologies LLC, AQUA Group, Donaathi Hiech innovations participated in the fair and 384 placement offers were provided to the students. Final year students and graduates from all streams of study are eligible to participate in the event.
Interview Process at Velai 2017


The event started with the student registration for interested aspirants. A total of 954 students/graduates registered for the event held at AVCE. The formal inauguration of the event was conducted by Mr. Vismiju Viswanathan, IFS, District forest officer of Kanyakumari. He insisted the job seekers on the hurdles faced in securing a job and how passion to perform could overcome this task. The dedication and commitment towards securing a job by the aspiring job seekers resulted in them receiving 384 Offer letters by the various organization participating in the event.

The students shared their happiness and gratitude towards college, after receiving placement offers. 

Monday, March 27, 2017

AVCE NSS camp activities at Kottaram

NSS has given us a platform to serve the society and bring happiness and smile on many faces. A special NSS camp of AVCE students was organized from 27.02.2017 to 05.03.2017. This year the theme of NSS Special camping is “Youth for Sustainable development with special focus on watershed management”.


The village adopted was on the outskirts of Kottaram panchayat, Kannyakumari district.

Accommodation   :  NNCR Auditorium Kottaram
Camp Officer        :  Er.J.Prabhu ME, NSS Programme officer
No of Volunteers   :  50.


The Camp was inaugurated on 27.02.2017 at 9:30am by the Chief Guest Mr. Neelakantan, Headmaster, Government Higher Secondary school, Kottaram and presided over by Dr. P. Senthil kumar, Principal, Annai Vailankanni college of Engineering. The Health inspector of Kanyakumari and ex officials of the panchayat were invited as special guests. Health Inspector of Kanyakumari gave a talk on the awareness on diseases spread over by contaminated water, and uncleanliness. His speech urged the NSS volunteers to spread awareness among the public. Er. N. Rahul the Ex. Camp officer delivered welcome address and thanked the special guests for their inputs.


Day 1 Activities - Plastic waste removal and Awareness campaign

The activities included removal of polythene wastes by volunteers from various parts of Kottaram panchayat and were properly disposed. After lunch, the NSS volunteers participated in an awareness campaign cum seminar about the demerits and health issues of using banned plastics to the general public of around 40 families.


Day 2 Activities - Locality cleanup and Hygiene awareness campaign

The volunteers proceeded to field work by 7:00am to the Primary health center at Arumughapuram for cleaning the locality and make it hygienic. Dr. Midhun, Medical officer inaugurated the program and greeted the volunteers for executing the social commitment. Volunteers with the support of public cleaned the entire locality and burned the paper and tree wastes. The volunteers distributed pamphlets on importance of maintaining hygiene in our day to day to activities to stay away from diseases.

Post lunch, by 3:00pm, the volunteers organized an awareness programme on Hygiene for the people of the locality with more than 100 participating. Mr. V. Selvamurugan, Health Inspector of Kottaram was the Guest of honor for the program and he insisted the importance of being self-hygienic and steps to be followed to keep our place hygienic. Volunteers played a short drama addressing the importance of being hygienic, and stop urinating and toileting in public places.


Day 3 Activities - Water resources cleanup, Tree plantation and awareness program
   
Day 3 marked the importance on maintaining our ponds and lakes being our most valuable natural resources. The day was dedicated by the volunteers to clean the water sheds across Kottaram and making it useful for the people around it. Following which the volunteers insisted on the importance of planting trees across the house holds of the kottaram panchayat and have planted 100 trees in the households of Kottaram under the theme “One Tree in each home”.

Post lunch the volunteers organized an awareness programme on maintaining the water sheds and cleaning the lakes on regular basis and insisted not to dispose any wastes in the ponds/lakes/watershed because these resources are going to be of utmost importance for human livelihood. Also the volunteers spread awareness on planting a tree across each household. This program was carried as a door to door activity. The Dean of Annai Vailankanni college of Engineering Dr. S. Chella Kumar Rose participated in the program with volunteers.


Day 4 Activities - Free Eye and Dental Medical camp

At 10:00am the Medical team from Bejansingh eye hospital and Government Dental College have arrived for free Eye and Dental camp organized for the needy in and around kottaram at NNCR auditorium. The camp began with a welcome address by Er. J. Prabhu Camp Officer. The Medical camp began at 10:30am benefiting nearly 145 people; they were provided with free medical checkup and medicines as per medical records and examination; the patients requiring immediate medical attention was advised to be brought to hospital.

Post lunch the camp volunteers have provided free digital education to school going kids and senior people.


Day 5 Activities - Traffic awareness campaign

The traffic awareness campaign was conducted at Vivekanadapuram, Kannyakumari on 03/03/2017. Shri. Antony, the traffic Inspector of Kanyakumari was the chief guest and inaugurated the awareness camp. He instructed the traffic rules to be followed and being NSS volunteers it is also the responsibility of youth to spread the awareness. He inaugurated by distributing pamphlets, and warning the riders without helmet and seatbelt and made them to wear accordingly which in turn was continued by the volunteers. The campaign lasted for 5 hours with the support from traffic police of Kanyakumari.

The camp report was presented by NSS Volunteer Manira. Mr. Ravisankar,  Zone coordinator of TCS Ion and Mr. Vincent Jain, Director of Research and Development, Annai Vailankanni college of Engineering were the chief guest honoring the winners of cultural programmes and camp winners.