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Department of Automobile Engineering, KCT is organizing an Anna University approved FDTP on “ME6603 – Finite Element Analysis” for faculty members of Anna University affiliated colleges from 22nd to 28th May 2017.
Dept of Automobile Engineering in association with Motor vikatan is conducting “Career Guidance Workshop on Automotive Engineering” for higher secondary students and their parents at Kumaraguru College of Technology, Coimbatore, on Saturday, 22 April 2017.
This program is for the benefit of Higher Secondary Students and their Parents to guide them to choose appropriate Engineering Graduate programs.
Entry free for the participants and participants are requested to register online @ https://goo.gl/PfBQ3K
For further queries contact Mr.J.Saiganesh,AP/Auto (9626486565 / 04222661380)
Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering is conducting One Week Faculty Development Programme on “Energy Efficient Drives and Intelligent Control” from 24th to 30th April 2017
Department of Bio-Technology organizes a Short Term Training Course on “Basic Techniques in Mammalian Cell and Plant Tissue Culture” from 27th to 1st April, 2017
International Conference on “Waste Water Management” ICWW organised by Departments of Civil Engineering Textile Technology & Biotechnology from 17th to 19th August, 2017
Department of Computer Science is conducting a National Conference on “COMPUTING PERSPECTIVES ON SMART CITY” 18th March 2017
Smart India Hackathon – 2017 The Union Minister of Human Resource and Development, Prakash Javadekar has launched the world’s largest digital national building initiative “Smart India Hackathon 2017” in New Delhi to harness creativity & technical expertise of over 30 lakh students from technology institutes in remotest parts of India. The purpose of this initiative is to find digital solutions to problems in the areas of power, education, health, water, finance, agriculture, energy, etc.
The ‘Smart India Hackathon 2017’ is a pan-India 36-hour nonstop digital programming competition which will take place in more than 20 centres simultaneously. The initiative will help institutionalize a model for harnessing the creativity and skills of youth for nation-building. It is the first initiative of this kind that has been ever launched in India.
Kumaraguru College of Technology and Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana – AICTE, Government of India jointly organise “SKILL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME“. Courses will be offered in various disciplines as mentioned below under three departments
Week days Evening: From 5.00 pm to 8.00 pm
Holidays/Saturdays/Sundays: From 8.30 am to 5.00 pm
“Sanskriti’17 – Ancient Indian Science and Culture”
A State Level Competition for School Students
Indian Heritage Week : 19th – 25th Nov 2016
Event Date: Postponed from 20/Jan/2017. New Date will be announced soon.
The World Heritage Week which is celebrated all over the world between 19th November to 25th November. The vision is to increase awareness and encourage the young learners about the preservation and safety of the cultural heritages and monuments of the country. To live the ancient Indian culture, tradition and heritage, it is necessary to understand the science behind the variety of priceless cultural heritage and historical monuments; to know how they built these heritages without having any knowledge of so called advanced technology and without having sophisticated tools, machinery and systems.
Events and Description
KCT has taken the initiative to celebrate the World Heritage Week this year in the city by organizing a Science Contest for School Students from class 8th – 12th , by giving a Science touch to the historical structures of India, tourist places and cultural and traditional heritages of our country.
The human spirit in ancient India has given to the world, knowledge in fields like production technology, mechanical engineering, shipbuilding, navigation, architecture, civil engineering, medical science, physics, chemistry, logic, astronomy, mathematics and so on. There are many such instances in mostly all these fields. There is evidence that many elements in all these varied aspects of today’s global civilization owe their origin to ancient India.
In ancient India, unlike today, sophisticated tools, machinery and systems were unheard of. Yet there were numerous contributions that were made even in the absence of the above. In fact a lot of attention was given to every minute detail to make such contributions.
How were they able to build great monuments without any flaws , develop planned irrigation and sewage systems, treat many diseases, were able to do many surgeries like cataract and fractures that too without the advanced technology? This event will give students a platform to search the answer for these questions and will help them to use some of those techniques to create cost effective inventions in future.
One of the oldest civilizations in the world, the Indian civilization has a strong tradition of science and technology. Ancient India was a land of sages and seers as well as a land of scholars and scientists. Research has shown that from making the best steel in the world to teaching the world to count, India was actively contributing to the field of science and technology centuries long before modern laboratories were set up. Many theories and techniques discovered by the ancient Indians have created and strengthened the fundamentals of modern science and technology. While some of these groundbreaking contributions have been acknowledged, some are still unknown to most.
This event will give students a chance to do research and to bring in light, the science and technology involved in ancient India.
Students shall do research about Science and technology in Ancient India and come up with a prototype model with posters on the mentioned theme.
Any model showcasing the Science associated with Indian Culture and Heritage.
Eg. architecture, medical science, irrigation system etc.
Any explanation about science and technology used in ancient India on the mentioned topics can be described using a Power Point or a chart.
Description of Topics:
This event is organized to make students learn more about the culture and heritage, science and technology involved in ancient India.
Arts Events – 3D
The diversity in India is unique. Being a large country with large population, India presents endless varieties of physical features and cultural patterns. It is the land of many languages. It is only in India, people professes all the major religions of the world. In short, India is “the epitome of the world”. The vast population is composed of people having diverse creeds, customs and colours.
Through this event we will be able to live the different culture of our country and feel proud.
Dance is a series of movements and steps that match the speed and rhythm of music. Dance is a part of the rich cultural heritage of India. Its theme is derived from mythology, legends, classical literature, everyday life and nature. There are two main forms of dances classical and folk. So we are focusing on these two forms.
The prizes will be given apart from the other recognitions mentioned below.
The winning team will be given an opportunity to showcase their talent in the proshow of KCT Yugam – Annual Inter College Techno Cultural Festival of KCT.
The folklores and folktales have been an eternal part of every culture since ages. When it comes to Indian folk tales, the country of diverse religions, languages and cultures has a complete range of tales and short stories. Indian folklore has a wide range of stories and mythological legends, which emerge from all walks of life.
The winning group will be given an opportunity to showcase their talent in the proshow of KCT Yugam – Annual Inter College Techno Cultural Festival of KCT along with prizes.
Indian art consists of a variety of art forms. Pencil/Charcoal Art is one of the oldest drawing media, for instance, the ancient Nawarla Gabarnmang charcoal drawing (26,000 BCE) – and is commonly used by artists even today. Through is event we want student to use this art to exhibit our ancient culture.
Winner, apart from prizes, will be given a chance to showcase his/her talent on a dedicated wall of the college.
Instruction for Participants
Prizes worth: Rs.50, 000
Last date of submission of Abstract
(for Model Making and Idea Presentation) : 11/Jan/2017
Intimation of Acceptance
(Model Making / Idea Presentation/Dance) : 12/Jan/2017
Last date for Registration for all categories : 13/Jan/2017
Event Date : Postponed from 20/Jan/2017. New Date will be announced soon.
Registration fee : INR 150 / Participant
Dr. Vijeta Iyer, Assistant Professor – 9840164907
Dr. KR Aranganayagam, Assistant Professor – 9843353875
Time -Table for the conduct of Autonomous Theory (REGULAR & ARREARS) Examinations MAY / JUNE 2017 (R14 & R15) – 2016 BATCH Sem 2 (R15) for all B.E / B.TECH /M.E / M.TECH / MCA/ MBA Degree program & Arrear Examinations of 2014 batch Sem 2 &4 (R14) & 2015 batch Sem2 (R15) for all B.E / B.TECH Degree program
Time -Table for the conduct of Autonomous Theory Examinations (Regular / Arrear) MAY / JUNE 2017 – Sem 4 & Sem2 for MBA(R15) Degree program & All arrear (sem1 to sem4) MBA (R12 & R14) Degree program are enclosed herewith.
Time -Table for the conduct of Autonomous End semester Theory(Arrears) Examinations – May/June 2017 – for ME/MTech (sem 2 of 2015 batch) and MCA (sem 4 and sem 2 of 2014 batch) & MCA (sem 2 of 2015 batch)
Time -Table for the conduct of Autonomous End semester Theory(Arrears) Examinations – May / June 2017 of course completed students for B.E / B.TECH (sem 1 to sem 8 of R-2009) and MCA (sem 1 to sem 5 of R- 2013)
Time -Table for the conduct of Autonomous End semester Theory(Regular) Examinations – April / May 2017 – for B.E / B.TECH (sem 6 of 2014 batch and sem 4 of 2015 batch ) and MCA (sem 4 of 2015 batch)