Month: April 2016
MVJ College of Engineering (MVJCE), Bangalore is ranked amongst the Top 75 Engineering colleges in India and amongst the Top 10 Engineering colleges in Bangalore (Source: Outlook, June 2011,2012,2013, 2014 & 2015).
MVJCE has a 33 year legacy of producing top quality industry ready engineers. Till date more than 20,000 engineers have graduated from MVJCE. For the year 2013 and 2014, MVJCE had been positioned 3rd in the University for the number of University ranks its students have secured. MVJCE’s academic strength is reflected by the consistent above 96% university pass percentage and the 89 University ranks the students have secured in the past 8 years alone.
MVJCE focuses on overall development of students and in its endeavor to achieve this the college encourages its students to actively participate in co-curricular activities. Clubs/ forums such as Engineers Without Boarders, Astronomy, UAV, Robotics, SAE give students a platform to apply their knowledge to develop and innovate new products/ solutions.
Regular interactive workshops conducted by industry leaders and renowned scientists allow the students to identify and discuss the latest developments and requirements in the engineering domain. A recent example is the three day workshop on “Tomorrow’s Engineers” during the month of March was of immense value as students were able to interact with the likes of Dr. Krishaswamy Kasturirangan, an Indian space scientist who headed Indian space research organization (ISRO) from 1994 to 2003. Dr. Krishaswamy Kasturirangan is a recipient of the three major civilian awards from the Government of India, the Padma Shri (1982), Padma Bhushan (1992) and Padma Vibhushan (2000).
Sports, technical and cultural clubs play an integral part of the student’s life at MVJCE.
Cultural clubs such as theater, literary, music etc play an integral part of the student’s life at MVJCE. Annual cultural fest Swayam plays host to leading teams from various college across South India
Sports plays an integral part of student’s life at MVJCE. Indoor and outdoor play areas are designed for sports such as basketball, football, hockey, volley ball etc. MVJCE is consistently positioned amongst the top 5 colleges in the university for sports.
MVJCE’s focus is not to create engineers but to create well-rounded, responsible human beings with the required technical expertise and application knowhow
With over 70 companies visiting the campus each year, MVJCE creates ample opportunities for students to get placed leading to a 90% placement record. A 200 hour personality development programme across 4 years of the course makes it easier for the students to crack the recruitment process.
Labs set up by companies such as Quest Global and National Instruments provide certification courses in addition to regular academics.
MVJCE is one college which strive to cultivate a HSEQ (Health, Safety, Environment and Quality) culture among it’s students from the beginning so that it become a part of their life ahead at home and work and they add value to the society.
Each year approximately 4500 students study at MVJCE. Students from various parts of India, Middle East, Mauritius, Nepal come to MVJCE to fulfill their academic desires. Neat, safe and well equipped hostels for boys and girls present a homely and calm environment for students from multicultural backgrounds to mingle. The campus presents other facilities such as Wi-Fi, Medical Center, Library, Transportation, Banking and a Hi-Tech Gymnasium.
Courses offered: Aeronautical, Mechanical, Electronics and Communication, Civil, Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Computer Science, Chemical, Information Science, Medical Electronics.
Eligibility Criteria for Admission: Minimum 60% in Class 10th & Class 12th from any recognized board.
We request you to visit our campus for a tour and counselling session or call/email us on Phone: +91-80-42991040 Email: email@example.com.
You may talk to our Middle East point of contact for more information/ clarification. Contact Mr Ramesh Menon: 00971552453151.
It was pleasant to see the loaded bullock cart plying through the busy city traffic of Coimbatore, which has one of the best mobility options for goods transport.
Month of April and it is holiday season for children. Added with many festivals including Vishu.
A quick visit to my home in Kerala and a walk around brought back memories of my childhood days. We used to wait for the exams to finish and then starts the family visits. Children will come to our home as well as we visit their homes. In the villages, with farming and cultivation, it used to be fun all along. For us, the season brings an additional source of income to supplement our expenses, as pocket money used to be very very limited. Except for the 1 rupee or 50 paise given to us as “Vishu Kaineettam” – a tradition where elders give money to those younger to them on the day of Vishu, there was absolutely no source of money to either buy any toys or go for a movie at the local cinema. This is when we gather together and walk around and collect the fallen cashew nuts and then take it to the local vendor and sell them and keep the cash. The nuts are sold and the fruits are mostly eaten while collecting or on the way.
Of course and obviously the vendor will give us only lesser amount than the normal market rate as he knows very well that this is something we do without permission of our parents or relatives (although all parties are aware!).
Gone are those days, and now children have several other ways to keep them engaged, and money is not an issue at all. Engaging or getting them engaged is now a main source of income by means of “Summer Camps”. Advantage and disadvantage of modernization!.
This post is intended to all those who enjoyed the olden golden days will cherish remembering those days.
A quick round up of the beauty I saw through my lens during a short visit to Coimbatore, Palghat and Trichur. Most of the photos in this presentation are taken using mobile phones. Once again it is my way to prove what I say and write, Photography is a good way to create a positive effect when adversities of life target you in strange and uncertain ways!
TVS 50 is common man’s pride!. You will agree with me, if you visit any of the markets or towns in Tamilnadu. It was not a surprise for me to see several local retailers coming to the wholesale vegetable market at Coimbatore and returning with goods stacked neatly everywhere possible, and the rider balancing it through heavy city traffic!.
In 1980 TVS 50, TVS Motor Company is the third largest two-wheeler manufacturer in India and one among the top ten in the world , rolled out India’s first two-seater moped from the factory at Hosur in Tamil Nadu, Southern India.
I call this a pulse presentation to the mass! TVS knew what the common man wanted to handle their day to day chores. Especially, those in the villages and small towns. If not altogether correct in an entire Indian perspective, at least and fully true in the Southern States of Tamilnadu, Karnataka and Andra Pradesh.
Some of the mopeds are really old, but maintained and kept in excellent condition, as is the tradition in Tamilnadu. They love their vehicles more than anything!.
Bajaj M80 is another example, although it is visible lesser and lesser.
Automobile companies have to come out with economically viable products for the common man. It will keep the market alive and industry prosper and the profitability is shared to the grass root level.
Foot note: I am happy to see and highly impressed to note that the normally illiterate farmers or retail business people are happy to abide by and oblige the helmet rule, whereas the highly educated youth do not follow them and end up in orthopaedic wards of hospitals or in many cases even die an untimely death!.
Point to ponder.