2. Rohith Gopal & team – TKMCE Kollam
Er A. Suhair gave a professional talk on “Ethical Volunteering” at MES College of Engineering on 11-Oct-2017 during the inauguration of IEEE PES Student Branch Chapter in the Main Seminar Hall at MES College Engineering.
The inaugural ceremony started at 10:00 am with a silent prayer followed by code of ethics by Risal (Chairman of IEEE PES SBC MESCE). Dr. Anzar S.M. (IEEE SB Counselor) gave welcome address and presidential address was given by V A Sonny (Principal of MESCE).
The inauguration was done by Er. Suhair A. (Vice Chair of PES Kerala Chapter) in the presence of Prof. P O J Lebba and Dr. Kumaravel S. Prof. P O J Lebba (Secretary of MESCE) gave special address. The felicitations were given by Dr. Kumaravel S (Asst. Prof, Dep of EEE, NITC) and Rajan Babu N (HOD, Dep. of EEE, MESCE).The inaugural ceremony was wound up giving vote of thanks by Anoop K (Advisor, PES Chapter MESCE).
IEEE PES Kerala Chapter, organized ‘Energy efficient dream home contest’ for engineering students. The hub level contests were conducted on 7th October 2017 in association with Energy Management Centre (EMC) Kerala & PES SBC TKMCE Kollam. The venue for Travancore hub was Bishop Jerome Institute Kollam, venue for Kochi hub was Saint Gitts College of Engineering, Pathamuttom, Kottayam and venue for Malabar hub was MES College of engineering Kuttippuram. 39 teams from different engineering colleges registered for the contest in Kochi hub, 22 teams in Travancore hub and 12 teams in Malabar hub.
The teams had to prepare and present their ideas and model of energy efficient dream home. The evaluation was based on design, improved use of terrain, materials used, energy efficient equipment, renewable energy, waste to energy, water harvesting, innovative/new concepts etc. The judging panel was consisted of experts from the field of Power & Energy. The contest started at 9:30 a.m. The rules and regulations for contest were explained to the teams and the Judging Panel was introduced to the audience. Each team were allotted a time of 20 minutes each for presentation and interaction. The presentations of all the hubs were over by 3:30 pm and the results were announced. The judges conveyed their comments and views on the presentations.
Prof Laly James Head of Department Electrical & Electronics Department Vimal Jyothi Engineering College Kannur delivered a talk on “Outcome Based Education” at 11 am on 1 Aug 2017. This program was held in connection with the inauguration of activities of IEEE PES Student Branch Chapter of the College.
A.G. Hareendralal, Chair PES Kerala Chapter gave a Professional Program on “How Membership on IEEE and PES Can Help Boost the Career of the Members” on 04.04.2017 at Mar Baseleous Christian College of Engineering & Technology, Peermade during the inauguration ceremony of the PES student Branch Chapter of the college.
Er Hareendralal A.G. Chair IEEE PES Kerala Chapter described the history electrical engineering in a technical talk “Amber to Smart Grid” held in Government Engineering College, Thrikkaripur. The program was organised as a part of the function to inaugurate the activities of IEEE PES Student Branch Chapter of the College.
The meeting was presided over by Prof Vinod Pottakulath, Principal of the College. Er Hareendralal A.G. inaugurated the activities of the IEEE PES SBC of the college. The program Was Attended by more than 50 members including students and faculty members of the college.
In a meeting held at Govt Engineering College, Trichur on 12 Feb 2017, Prof V.K. Damodaran gave a talk on Energy Conservation and A.G. Hareendralal gave a talk on Amber to Smart Grid to the students of the college. The Program was inaugurated by the Principal of the College and Prof Mini welcomed the audience. Nearly 100 persons including students and faculty members of the college participated in it.
Er HareendraLal A G presented a tech talk on the topic ‘Disruptive Technology’ in the College of Engineering, Adoor on 13 Jan 2017. The talk was given on the day when the IEEE PES Student Branch Chapter of the College was inaugurated. More than 63 delegates were present to witness the euphoric occasion.
In his talk, he explained disruptive technology as technologies which create a new and high value market which eventually disrupts an existing market network, displacing established business models. He cited many instances like the evolution of digital cameras which disrupted big shot companies like Canon, development of IBM Watson which may revolutionize the health care section and the growth of self driving cars which may disrupt the current scenario of automobile section.