College of Engineering, Adoor
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|കോളേജ് ഓഫ് എഞ്ചിനീയറിംഗ് അടൂർ
Aided by the World Bank under TEQIP Programme Govt. of India
|Principal||Dr. Jayasree V.K|
|Location||Manakala, Adoor, Kerala|
The Government College of Engineering, Adoor (CEA) is a college in Adoor, Pathanamthitta District, Kerala, India, located 3 km from the town centre at Manakkala. It is affiliated to the Cochin University of Science and Technology and is run under the aegis of the Institute of Human Resources Development, an institute of the government of Kerala. The college was inaugurated in 1995 by the Chief Minister of Kerala A K Antony. College of Engineering Adoor is recognized by the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE). Recently the college has been selected in Technical Education Quality Improvement Programme (TEQIP) Phase II.It is one of the most major engineering colleges in Pathanamthitta District and is one of the two only engineering colleges in the District.
- 1 Courses
- 2 Admission
- 3 College Senate
- 4 Department associations
- 5 Clubs
- 6 Technical and non-technical organizations
- 7 Placement cell
- 8 Arts and sports
- 9 CEA Technical Events
- 10 Location
- 11 Gallery
- 12 See also
- 13 References
- 14 External links
The college offers BTech (Bachelor of Technology) and newly MTech (Master of Technology) degrees in four streams. 10% of the total seats are given to lateral entry students in every discipline. The number of seats per year is given in brackets.
- Electronics and Communication Engineering (120+12)
- Computer Engineering (60+6)
- Mechanical Engineering (120+12)
- Electrical and Electronics Engineering (60+6)
The college also offers MTech (Master of Technology) in below stream(s).
Admissions are carried out on the basis of the ranks obtained in the All Kerala Common Entrance Examinations, conducted by the Controller of Entrance Examinations, Government of Kerala.The college follows a 50-50 method of admission from both merit and management streams. A significant amount of students in the management stream is filled by children of NRIs.
When the college started in 1995, it had a 90-10 breakup of merit and management streams. However, the merit students were required to pay a refundable deposit (at the end of the course) of one hundred thousand rupees which was utilized for infrastructure development in the college.
The members of the College Senate (College Union) are elected by and from the students of the college. The College Senate consists of elected representatives from each class and lady representatives from each year. The College Senate has an executive committee consisting of Chairman, Vice-Chairman, General Secretary, Treasurer, Editor, Sports Club Secretary and Arts Club Secretary. The tenure of office of the College Senate is one academic year.
FORUM (Fraternity of Royal United Mechanicals) is an association of the Mechanical Engineering students of CEA. They have organized many academic programs and In 2008 FORUM conducted PRAGNJA, an inter-college technical fest and exhibition.
PULSE (Powerful and United Legion of Students of Electronics), is the Electronics and Communication Engineering students' association. They have organized academic programs like tech fest named "PEGAZUS", induction program for freshers, introductory and expert seminars in recent technologies.
TRACE (The Regal Association of Computer Engineers) is the association of Computer Science students. Each year TRACE conducts a fest. TRACE introduced CEA to LINUX by establishing the CEA-LUG (Linux Users Group). TRACE organised by JASAL P, programs are held by TRACE core team.
EESA (Electrical Engineering student Association) is an association of Electrical and Electronics Engineering Students of CEA. EESA organizes social events, host talks by guest speakers and students, and help communicate with the department and the students.
Following clubs are present in college:
- Music Club
- Arts Club
- Sports Club
- Quiz Club
- Nature Club
Technical and non-technical organizations
SAEINDIA is India's leading resource[according to whom?] for mobility technology. As an individual member-driven society of mobility practitioners the ownership of SAEINDIA rests with its members who are individuals from the mobility community, which includes engineers, executives from industry, government officials, academics and students.
SAEINDIA is an affiliate society of SAE International registered in India as an Indian nonprofit engineering and scientific society dedicated to the advancement of mobility industry in India.
Team Drutha was initially formed in 2010 by a group of B.Tech students of College of Engineering Adoor, a government engineering college run by the IHRD. Its purpose was to compete in the SUPRA SAE.
- Successfully passing the Virtual SUPRA SAEINDIA 2011, 2012
- Race a car in Buddh International Circuit, Noida, Delhi 2013
Team Astra was initially formed in 2016 by a group of B.Tech students of College of Engineering Adoor, a government engineering college run by the IHRD. Its purpose was to compete in the BAJA SAE
The American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) is a professional association that, in its own words, "promotes the art, science, and practice of multidisciplinary engineering and allied sciences around the globe" via "continuing education, training and professional development, codes and standards, research, conferences and publications, government relations, and other forms of outreach.
International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) is a nonprofit professional organization with a worldwide membership of leaders and potential leaders in educational technology. The ISTE student chapter at CEA organizes seminars, industrial visits, competitions, workshops and discussions. In 2002 ISTE student chapter at CEA won the best student chapter award in Kerala.
The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers or IEEE is an international professional organization for the advancement of technology related to electricity. IEEE student branch was formed in CEA in February,2000. The IEEE Student chapter at CEA imparts knowledge to the students by conducting such as industrial visits, paper presentations and circuit designs.
National Service Scheme (NSS) aims to integrate learning with social service. The students conduct activities such as blood donation, nature camp, and campus beautification.
The Placement cell functioning in the campus dedicates itself to help students establish their career. Companies are invited to the College to recruit final year students Students have got placements in MNCs like Infosys, HCL, Syntel, Larsen & Toubro, UST Global, CTS, Mindtree, ISRO, Oracle, Tata Elxsi and Wipro, through the Placement cell.
Arts and sports
The arts and sports festivals conducted every year by the college senate. The College Senate will divide students into 4 houses, each having one captain and a vice captain. Arts and Sports festivals will be conducted in even semesters.
CEA Technical Events
Aaroh is the annual national level technical extravaganza of College of Engineering,Adoor. Driven by the motto Re-Engineered Altitudes, Aaroh aims at providing a platform for students to explore and showcase their technical skills against the best in the nation. Aaroh offers events including exhibition, seminars and workshops.
CEA is located at Manakkala, 2.5 km away from the main Adoor Municipality on the side lines of Adoor-Karunagappally road. More than 50 buses plying along this route and so conveyance is very easy. The nearest railway stations are Karunagappally, Kayamkulam and Chengannur. The M.C. Road links it to Thiruvananthapuram International Airport and Kochi Airport.
Holi celebrations at the college
- Cochin University of Science and Technology
- Institute of Human Resources Development
- List of Engineering Colleges in Kerala
- IEEE Student chapter at CEA
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