CSI STUDENT CHAPTER
The inaugural function of CSI Student Branch @ BMCE
The inaugural function of CSI Student Chapter (COMPUTER SOCIETY OF INDIA ) combined with a Technical Talk on "New & Innovative Ideas as a part of your Academia" was organized by the Department of Computer Science & Engineering in Baselios Mathews II College of Engineering on 19th Feb 2016 at 2pm.
The Chief guests Mr. Sreekanth. P. Krishnan (Chairman CSI-Trivandrum Chapter) and Mr. G Neelakantan (Immediate past Chairman CSI-Trivandrum Chapter) along with other dignitaries from the BMCE (Baselios Mathews II College of Engineering) lighted the Lamp.
Why Join a Professional Association?
To improve your organizational skills, Team Management skills, leadership skills, get opportunity to communicate with resource persons. Language improvement.
Enhance your network: Creating professional relationships is important. Associations sponsor numerous events throughout the year that allow you to connect with your peers. You can share ideas, ask for advice, volunteer to be a speaker or become a member of a committee.
Take charge of your career: Internship and job opportunities.
Associations often have job listings only to their members. This is a great way to find targeted job postings for your area of interest. Additionally, many associations have career resources available such as tips on effective resumes or cover letters, job searching strategies and negotiating techniques. Listing your association membership on your resume is impressive to current or future employers as it shows that you are dedicated to staying connected in your profession.
Broaden your knowledge:
Most associations provide an enormous amount of access to resource information such as: case studies, articles, white papers and books written by experts in your field or area of interest. Also, journals, magazine and newsletter access is provided as a part of your membership privileges.
Students can attend at a discounted rate and hear from keynote speakers in the industry. When students go for an interview, they can impress the employer by knowing all the trends in the field that they learned from the conference.
Professional associations often distribute an e-newsletter that keeps students informed about new statistics and best practices in the field. Webinars will be offered on hot topics as well.
Codes of ethics. In order to know what is considered best practice and what is accepted in the industry.
Free or discounted publications- Membership in many groups includes a free subscription to the organization’s magazine.
Civic leadership-Professional organization is active in civic and philanthropic ventures, you can become involved in many worthwhile projects. Associations contribute to their communities in a variety of ways, from providing scholarships and hosting career days for students to support important charitable causes.
Computer Society Of India
Formed in 1965, the CSI has been instrumental in guiding the Indian IT industry down the right path since its formative years. Today, the CSI has 72 chapters all over India, 511 student branches, and more than 100000 members including India's most famous IT industry leaders, brilliant scientists and dedicated academicians.
CSI has various Publications such as CSI Communications, CSI Digital Magazines and CSI Transactions on ICT,
The Society is targeted at the ICT user community at large. Hence the membership of the Society is open to all professionals and students involved in the field of information and communication technology.CSI provides a comprehensive bouquet of online services for its members.
Under the guidance of CSI Student Coordinators, enthusiastic student members organize IT related lectures, seminars and conferences. Many student branches hold annual "Technology Festivals" with programming contests, quizzes, interaction with IT industry luminaries, career guidance counseling, and much more.
|Faculty Coordinators of CSI Student Chapter of BMCE|
|1||Mr||Shine Raj G||Coordinator|
|Student Members of CSI Student Chapter|
|S. No.||Title (Mr./Ms.)||First Name||Middle Name||Last Name||Present Degree with year||Years applied (1/2/3/4)|
|1||Mr||Akash||Johnson||4th year B.Tech||1|
|2||Mr||Akhil||A||Chacko||4th year B.Tech||1|
|3||Ms||Ancy||Rajan||4th year B.Tech||1|
|4||Ms||Anju||Ravi||4th year B.Tech||1|
|5||Ms||Anju||Yohannan||4th year B.Tech||1|
|6||Ms||Anju||R||4th year B.Tech||1|
|7||Ms||Arya||A||R||4th year B.Tech||1|
|8||Ms||Cincy||Raju||4th year B.Tech||1|
|9||Mr||Edwin||Daniel Roy||Pereira||4th year B.Tech||1|
|10||Mr||Emy||K||Kurian||4th year B.Tech||1|
|11||Ms||Jessy||Mole||4th year B.Tech||1|
|12||Ms||Jitti||Annie||Abraham||4th year B.Tech||1|
|13||Ms||Juby||Mary||Abraham||4th year B.Tech||1|
|14||Ms||Megha||Mariam||Moncy||4th year B.Tech||1|
|15||Ms||Minu||Mohan||4th year B.Tech||1|
|16||Ms||Nayana||L||4th year B.Tech||1|
|17||Ms||Philipsy||E||4th year B.Tech||1|
|18||Ms||Radhika||Raveendran||4th year B.Tech||1|
|19||Ms||Sruthi||Raj||S||4th year B.Tech||1|
|20||Mr||Abhilash||T||Reju||1st year B.tech||1|
|21||Mr||Abin||Issac||1st year B.tech||1|
|22||Ms||Ahalya||Krishnan||1st year B.tech||1|
|23||Mr||Aju||Varghese||1st year B.tech||1|
|24||Mr||Akhil||Kumar A||1st year B.tech||1|
|25||Mr||Alvin||Alexander||1st year B.tech||1|
|26||Ms||Amitha||Varghese||1st year B.tech||1|
|27||Mr||Anit||Merin||Thomas||1st year B.tech||1|
|28||Ms||Anju||Sara||Joy||1st year B.tech||1|
|29||Ms||Anju||Achankunju||1st year B.tech||1|
|30||Ms||Anju||Elsa||Koshy||1st year B.tech||1|
|31||Ms||Anu||Elsa||Koshy||1st year B.tech||1|
|32||Ms||Asha||K A||Panicker||1st year B.tech||1|
|33||Mr||Athul||Anil||Thomas||1st year B.tech||1|
|34||Ms||Betty||Varghese||1st year B.tech||1|
|35||Ms||Bismi||T||1st year B.tech||1|
|36||Ms||Christeena||Anie||Tharakan||1st year B.tech||1|
|37||Mr||Girish||Rajagopalan Nair||1st year B.tech||1|
|38||Mr||Jibi||Johnson||1st year B.tech||1|
|39||Mr||Linson||Thankachan||1st year B.tech||1|
|40||Ms||M S||Jitty||John||1st year B.tech||1|
|41||Mr||Manu||S||1st year B.tech||1|
|42||Ms||Merin||K||Philip||1st year B.tech||1|
|43||Ms||Minu||L||Varghese||1st year B.tech||1|
|44||Mr||Philip||M||Varghese||1st year B.tech||1|
|45||Mr||Rino||Zacharia||1st year B.tech||1|
|46||Ms||Risa||K||Raju||1st year B.tech||1|
|47||Ms||Shalu||S.Nazar||1st year B.tech||1|
|48||Ms||Shekha||Aman||1st year B.tech||1|
|49||Mr||Sibi||Mathew||1st year B.tech||1|
|50||Ms||Smitha||Thankachan||1st year B.tech||1|
|51||Mr||Stingson||Varghese||Chandy||1st year B.tech||1|
|52||Mr||Sumin||Elsa||Jiju||1st year B.tech||1|
|53||Ms||Varuna||Ramachandran||1st year B.tech||1|
|54||Ms||Vrinda||VG||1st year B.tech||1|
|55||Ms||Deepsi||Sanjay||2nd Year B.Tech||1|
|56||Ms||Divya||Raj||R||2nd Year B.Tech||1|
|57||Mr||Jessin||Joy||2nd Year B.Tech||1|
|58||Mr||Jinu||Roy||2nd Year B.Tech||1|
|59||Ms||Parvathy||A||Kumar||2nd Year B.Tech||1|
|60||Ms||Shinemary||Patrician||2nd Year B.Tech||1|
|61||Ms||Sneha||Wilson||2nd Year B.Tech||1|
|62||Mr||Anandu||Subash||2nd Year B.Tech||1|
|63||Mr||Maneesh||Kumar||M||2nd Year B.Tech||1|
|64||Ms||Renji||P||Thomas||2nd Year B.Tech||1|
|65||Ms||Seena||Elsa||Jose||2nd Year B.Tech||1|
|66||Ms||Shani||Shelly||2nd Year B.Tech||1|
|67||Ms||Aby||Elsa||Babu||2nd Year B.Tech||1|
|68||Ms||Ginu||George||2nd Year B.Tech||1|
|69||Mr||Nikhil||G||A||2nd Year B.Tech||1|
|70||Ms||Shyni||P||Varghese||2nd Year B.Tech||1|
|71||Ms||Anju||Mohandas||3rd year B.Tech||1|
|72||Ms||Anju||Varghese||3rd year B.Tech||1|
|73||Ms||Anu||T||Thampi||3rd year B.Tech||1|
|74||Mr||Jessin||John||3rd year B.Tech||1|
|75||Ms||Dona||Sara||Jacob||3rd year B.Tech||1|
|76||Ms||Neenu||Monachan||3rd year B.Tech||1|
Akash Johnson (S7 CSE)
Akhil A Chacko (S7 CSE)
Anandhu Subhash (S3 CSE)
Deepsy sanjay (S3 CSE)
1. Anu T Thampi (S5 CSE)
2. Emy Kurian (S7 CSE)
Student Branch Counsellor
Asst. Prof. Shine Raj G