Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers

Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers

ENTHALPY 2.0 – Section Student Branch Revival (SSBR) Initiative

IEEE Travancore Hub in association with IEEE Kerala Section and IEEE LINK hosted ENTHALPY 2.0 – Section Student Branch Revival (SSBR) Initiative at Mohandas College of Engineering and Technology, Trivandrum on 29th June 2024 from 9 am to 4pm.The inauguration began with the recitation of the IEEE Code of Ethics, followed by the Welcome Address, Presidential Address, Inaugural Address, Felicitation, Event Briefing, and the ceremonial Lighting of the Lamp.At 10:00 AM, the Student Branch of MCET conducted an engaging Ice Breaking Session to foster a collaborative atmosphere among participants.Following the icebreaker, the first session on MD Best Practices took place from 10:15 AM to 10:45 AM. Amina Nagmi and Salih Yoosaf discussed topics including Group challan, MD kit applications, and an introduction to YESS.From 10:45 AM to 11:15 AM, Hariprasad led the second session focusing on Opportunities and Benefits, which covered SB fundings, awards, and various student benefits available through IEEE.From 11:15 AM to 11:30 AM, Sajina Sathar, Assistant Director at the Principal Directorate of LSGD Govt. of Kerala, introduced the ‘Digi Keralam’ Total Digital Literacy Campaign in a dedicated LSGD session.

The third session, from 12:00 PM to 12:30 PM, was presented by Dilber P and Kedar Kamalraj. This session focused on SB Rebate Claiming and the Basic Execom Structure, providing strategies for the development of Student Branches. The fifth session on Membership Engagement, including group activities, was conducted by the Hub student team from 1:30 PM to 2:00 PM.From 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM, the event resumed with presentations on SB Best Practices. Active Student Branches, including Sree Chitra Thirunal College of Engineering, College of Engineering Adoor, and TKM College of Engineering, Kollam, shared their experiences and strategies. Additionally, mentor SBs were assigned to less active branches to help them improve.

The sixth session featured a panel discussion on the importance of IEEE membership for students and professionals, along with successful membership recruitment strategies. This session took place from 3:00 PM to 3:30 PM and was conducted by the Hub student team. Between 3:30 PM and 3:45 PM, there was a review collection and an interaction session with the LINK Team, providing opportunities for Q&A and networking. Finally, the event concluded at 4:00 PM with closing remarks and an event wrap-up by the Hub student team. 

The event successfully wrapped up at 4:00 PM, achieving its objectives of sharing best practices and strategies for the development and engagement of IEEE Student Branches within the Kerala Section.


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The IEEE name was originally an acronym for the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc. Today, the organization’s scope of interest has expanded into so many related fields, that it is simply referred to by the letters I-E-E-E (pronounced Eye-triple-E).

IEEE’s members help promote the technology and engineering profession by enabling affordable student membership, funding university program accreditation and introducing technology careers to young people around the world.

The official webpage of IEEE MCET SB, designed by Mr. Danith Krishna( S6 CS) was launched by Mr. Srinivasan R, Vice Chair, IEEE Kerala Section. There was a technical talk by Shri S.Gopakumar on The Ethics of Engineering and an interactive session with students by Mr. Srinivasan R. IEEE MCETSB in association with ISTE chapter MCET convened a talk on “Robotics – Stepstowards.

IEEE SB MCET conducted its first general body meeting of the year 2013 on 13th February, 2013. IEEE SB MCET PES chapter started functioning on 14th February, 2013 with Akhil I R as faculty advisor. Karthik Gopakumar, Aswathy Mohan, Sandhya Sathyan S, Parvathy Mohan and Ashish S Kumar of S5 CS attended a two day workshop on robotics at Government Engineering College, Barton Hill.On 16th & 17th of March IEEE SB MCET in association with Virscent Technologies conducted a two day workshop on Robotics named ‘TECHNOPETZ-ROBOTICS WORKSHOP 2013’ which saw a participation of around 90+ students.On 3rd & 4th of August IEEE SB MCET in association with Virscent Technologies conducted a two day workshop on Computer Vision Controlled Robotics named ‘SIXTH SENSE BOTICS’ which saw a participation of around 150 students from several colleges around the state.A 15 Member volunteer crew from IEEE SB MCET volunteered the IEEE GHTC SAS 2013 held at Technopark.


An online ieee membership development drive was held on March 11 2022 to give students an awareness about ieee activities and its membership benefits. Mr.Madhav Sankar R Warrier, Ex- chairman of the IEEE SB MCET, presided over the session. He shared his experience in IEEE and how it transformed his life. The session gave students the details about the procedures to follow to get the membership and how it offers access to technical innovation, cutting-edge information, networking opportunities, and exclusive member benefits.


On April 9, 2022, a webinar with the topic “the new age of engineering and management” was conducted. Mr. Adhithya Sankar, a graduate of the MCET, spoke throughout the session. The session covered the theory and practise of engineering management, a field that has grown significantly over the past forty years to become one with a wide range of applications. The session gave the students an understanding of how the concepts of systems analysis, risk management, requirements engineering, and product and process complexity are used to distinguish the distinctive characteristics of engineering management, making it a very real discipline of research, study, and practice.


As part of National Technology Day on May 9, 2022, a poster design competition was organised. “Technology for a sustainable development” was the topic. Anupama V of S6 EEE MCET was chosen as the winner from among the many students who submitted their entries.


On May 4, 2022, a technical discussion on the subject of computer vision was held in the CGPC Hall-MCET. The speaker was Mr.Jerome S ,IEEE SB MCET Chairman. Students studied in this session how computer vision, a branch of artificial intelligence, would affect the development of edge-deployable smart apps and digital business transformation. Computer vision is altering how we digitise video feeds and utilise that data to construct “smart settings” in the real world, from enhanced fire alarms to fall detection. .The session also gave an introduction to computer vision using OPENCV.


On June 24, 2022, a webinar on “introduction to nanotechnology” was held. Mr. Jithin J Jose, Chairman, IEEE Photonics SB Chapter CUSAT, delivered the talk. The development of nanotechnology was covered, as well as its history. He also discussed about various theories and practices in this field Through this webinar, students were able to comprehend the fundamental ideas of nanotechnology. The discussion centred on the uses and most recent advancements in the field of nanotechnology. The discussion also provided insight into the potential of this cutting-edge technology and how it will change the course of history.

IEEE Student Branch @ M-CET
Formation in 2006
Branch code STB64741
School code -41653765

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