The inauguration of student chapters of IAS and PES was conducted by Dr. K.P. Mohandas (Chairman, Conference Activity Board, IEEE Kerala Section) , Dr. Muhammed Kasim (Chairman, IAS/IES/PELS Joint Chapter, IEEE Kerala Section), Prof. Biju K (Secretary, IAS/IES/PELS Joint Chapter, IEEE Kerala Section) and Er. Shine Sebastian (Assistant Engineer, KSEB Thrissur) on 27th March 2018. Inaugural Ceremony was followed by a technical session on Power Generation and Distribution by Er. Shine Sebastian.
The inaugural function commenced with seeking blessings from Almighty. Ms. Athira M (Chairperson IAS Student Chapter) delivered the IEEE code of ethics to the gathering.Dr. Leesha Paul, IEEE SB Counsellor, welcomed the chief guest and other dignitaries on and off the dais.Dr.Devi V, Principal in charge delivered the presidential address.Dr. K.P. Mohandas, Dr. Muhammed Kasim, Prof. Biju Kand Er.Shine Sebastian inaugurated the activities of PES and IAS student chapters-BIRTH OF THE TWINS’, by switching on a Bluetooth automated curtain raiser which was developed by the IEEE Student Branch of NSSCE. Followed by the inauguration, Dr. K P Mohandas and Dr. Muhammed Kasim addressed the gathering on ‘various activities of IEEE student branch’ and ‘importance of IEEE student membership’ respectively.
In this auspicious occasion, the official logo release and IEEE SB NSSCE website launch were done by Prof. Biju K in the presence of all other dignitaries and student branch volunteers. Following this, Prof. Biju K expressed his views on the ethical conduct of IEEE Student Chapter.
Dr.Vasanthi V conveyed her thoughts on future activities of IEEE NSSCE SB.The official meeting was concluded at 2 pm with the Vote of thanks delivered by Mr. Abhinav R (Chairman PES Student Chapter).
Following the official inaugural ceremony, the technical session was conducted by Er. Shine Sebastian (Assistant Engineer, KSEB Thrissur) on the topic ‘Power Generation and Distribution’. Resource person started the session by introducing Hydro Electric Power Generation and briefed the working generator, turbine and transformer used in generation and distribution withICT enabled lectures. The technical session was concluded at 4 pm followed by high tea.
The inaugural and technical session witnessed an overwhelming participation of 6 dignitaries, 24 volunteers and about 120 students from various departments. The meeting was officially dispersed at 4:15 pm.