Mechanical Engineering

Activities

SL.NO

PROGRAM

DATE

1

RC AIRCRAFT DESIGNING, FABRICATING AND FLYING WORKSHOP
(PRANAV PONNAGANTI)

16 OCTOBER 2017

2

WORKSHOP ON SURFACE MODELLING (CAD)

6 FEBRUARY 2018

3

SEMINAR ON WORLD SCIENCE DAY 2018 (SREEHARI M)

10 NOVEMBER 2018

4

MERCEDEZ BENZ IC ENGINE OVERHAULING WORKSHOP           (PRO TREX)

15 & 16 FEBRUARY 2019

5

UNDERSTANDING THE BASICS OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS (SREEKUMAR R)

25 SEPTEMBER 2019

6

TALK ON NATIONAL SCIENCE DAY 2020                                                          ( DR.ARUN UNNIKRISHNAN)

28 FEBRUARY 2020

7

 

WORKSHOP ON NDT AND PIPING (CADD CENTRE)

 

24 & 25 MARCH 2020

8

WEBINAR ON THE NATURAL STEPS TOWARDS SUSTAINABILITY (SIJI KUMAR)

 

26  MAY 2020

9

WEBINAR ON THE ELECTRIC VEHICLE – VALUE & WORLD BEATING EFFICIENCY (VIJESH M NAIR)

06 JUNE 2020

10

WEBINAR ON BOUNDARY LAYER AND ITS APPLICATIONS (ARAVIND S BABY)

 

22  JUNE  2020

11

WEBINAR ON HYPERLOOP –FIFTH MODE OF TRANSPORTATION (SUJITH S NAIR)

 

29 JUNE 2020

12

AUTO TECH RACE ONLINE QUIZ

5 NOVEMBER 2020

13

TWO STAGE PHOTOGRAPHY COMPETITION

5 DECEMBER 2020

14

EXPERT TALK ON ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT (DWARAKA UNNI)

19 MARCH 2021

15

WEBINAR ON ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE FOR MECHANICAL ENGINEERS (DR.KIM J SEELAN)

11  MAY 2021

16

WEBINAR ON REINVENT YOUR POTENTIAL (K. SURENDRAN)

14  MAY 2021

17

WEBINAR ON CAREER OPPORTUNITIES FOR MECHANICAL ENGINEERS IN OIL AND GAS SECTOR(ANAS ABDUL BASHEER)

26  MAY 2021

18

WEBINAR ON  LIVELIHOODS THROUGH ECO RESTORATION : NATIVE TREE DIVERSITYCONSERVATION ON DEGRADED LANDS (MEERA RAJESH)

5  JUNE 2021

19

WEBINAR ON JUGAAD INNOVATION (ICFAI)

16 JUNE 2021

20

WEBINAR ON MECHANICAL ENGINEERING AVENUES IN INDIAN SPACE PROGRAMME(ABHILASH K P)

15  SEPTEMBER 2021

21

WEBINAR ON QUALITY ASSURANCE, CODES, SPECIFICATIONS AND STANDARDS (DR. ARUMUGHAM M)

19  OCTOBER 2021

22

TALK ON ENGINEERING MADE EASY(SIJI KUMAR)

13 DECEMBER 2021

23

WEBINAR ON ENERGY EFFICIENCY : A CLIMATE MITIGATION STRATEGY

14  DECEMBER 2021

24

TALK ON AIR CONDITIONING (DR. RIJO JACOB THOMAS)

26 JANUARY 2022

The Institution of Engineers (India) [IEI] is a statutory body to promote and advance the engineering and technology, established in 1920 and incorporated by Royal Charter in 1935. It is the largest multi-disciplinary professional body of engineers encompassing 15 (fifteen) engineering disciplines with a membership of more than 820 thousand, and serving the nation for more than 9 decades. The IEI has its headquarters located in Kolkata with national presence through more than hundred Centres and several Overseas Chapters, Foras and Organ.

IEI has been recognized as Scientific and Industrial Research Organization by the Ministry of Science & Technology, Govt. of India and besides conducting its own research, provides Grant-in-Aid to UG/PG/ PhD students of Engineering Institutes & Universities.

  • IE(I) Students chapter was established in Mechanical department on21 May 2018
  • So many programs were organized in association with IEI Kollam Local Centre ever since chapter was started in ME Dept.
  • National Technology day was celebrated in association with IEI Kollam Local Centre on 11 May 2021
  • A webinar on Artificial engineering in Mechanical Engineering was conduced on 11 May 2021, The speaker was Mr. JIM J Seelan, Program Lead, Tata consultancy services
  • World environment day was celebrated in association with IEI Kollam Local Centre on5 June 2021
  • In the Occasion of world environment day a webinar was conducted on ECO Restoration By Ms. Meera Rajesh , Co-Founder Forest First NGO also a Photography competition was also conducted.

ASME, founded as the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 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". ASME was founded in 1880 by Alexander Lyman Holley, Henry Rossiter Worthington, John Edison Sweet and Matthias N. Forney in response to numerous steam boiler pressure vessel failures. ASME also has a student development section which focuses on budding engineers and helps them to develop the skills to compete in the international arena. ASME Student section in India was started in the year 2010 with IIT Roorkee, IIT Delhi, BITS Pilani and other pioneer institutions in India as its initial members. Within 4 years the number of student sections rose from a handful to over 200. Indian section is currently the fastest growing ASME section in the world with new additions every year. In the year 2012 the Mechanical Engineering Department of Baselios Mathews II College of Engineering joined the elite rank of ASME sections in India thereby making itself the 3rd college from Kerala to have an ASME student section. Currently BMCE is the forerunner for ASME activities in Kerala and is mentoring new sections to benefit the most from ASME. As a veteran student section, the students from BMCE have attended all the national level events conducted by ASME. Jibin John of Mechanical Department was elected as the Zonal Representative of Zone 8 (Kerala &Tamilnadu) at the Student Professional Development Conference (SPDC) held at KoneruLakshmaiah University, Vijayawada. The ASME BMCE section and Meqnzo (Mechanical Engineering Association) conducted a workshop on RC Aircraft Design and Fabrication in association with Aerotrix on 12-13 August 2012. The workshop was attended by over 200 students from all over the country. A team of final year students from BMCE participated in the first ever ASME HPVC (Human Powered Vehicle Challenge) held at IIT-Delhi on 17th -19th Jan 2014. A team of pre-final year students have participated in the Student Design Competition (SDC) at BITS-Pilani on 28th -30th March 2014.Many more programs are scheduled to be conducted in the coming days.

ASME's international Human Powered Vehicle Challenge (HPVC) provides an opportunity for students to demonstrate the application of sound engineering design principles in the development of sustainable and practical transportation alternatives. In the HPVC, students work in teams to design and build efficient, highly engineered vehicles for everyday use-from commuting to work, to carrying goods to market. The first ever ASME Human powered Vehicle Challenge India (HPVC) was held on 17 January 2014. Students from Baselios Mathews II College of Engineering competed in the event after designing and fabricating their own Human Powered Vehicle. They were the only team from Kerala to participate in the said event. The vehicle fabricated was christened as Pegasus. Over 40 teams from all over India participated in the event including IIT-Delhi, IIT-Bombay, BITS- Pilani, NIT- Jalandhar etc. The event was sponsored by Red Bull and Dassault systems. The vehicle was tested for its safety features which included disc brakes, seat belts and roll over protection system as well as its mechanical efficiency. Since the safety features were found to be above par with the ASME HPVC safety standards, the vehicle was qualified for racing event. This allowed the students to test the vehicles on road performance. The vehicle performed admirably, running more than 30kms without suffering any mechanical/structural failures. The team secured first place in safety, fifth in design, and eighth in overall.

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  • Mexsvente was a Zonal level inter-collegiate technical fest organised by Mechanical Department of Baselios Mathews II College of Engineering, Sasthamcotta.
  • Mexsvente was a platform for all college students to showcases their talents and also provides an arena to compete against the best in the country.
  • Mexsvente'15 was inaugurated by Dr. F V Albin in the presence of our college principal, administrator, Students dean, Mr. Irfan Haneef (M.Tech, IIT Madras) and Mr. Siji Kumar (SCET).
  • As part of Mexsvente we had conducted national level events including Paper presentation, Project Expo, Auto Quiz, Automotive Workshop by Mr. Irfan Haneef, Engine display,
  • Lathe Master, Best Female driver (to promote female participation) and 3x3 Football.
  • We had conducted a first time Zonal meet during Mexsvente'15 where the representatives from FISAT, Kochi and Bishop Jerome College of engineering, Kollam participated.
  • Our main highlight of Mexsvente'15 was the Mexride (Auto-expo) where we showcased latest cars, vintage cars and bikes.
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  • As part of Mexsvente we had conducted national level events including Paper presentation, Project Expo, Auto Quiz, Automotive Workshop by Mr. Irfan Haneef, Engine display, Lathe Master, Best Female driver (to promote female participation) and 3x3 Football.
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    CONTACT INFO

    Baselios Mathews II College of Engineering

    Address: Lake View, Muthupilakadu,
    Sasthamcotta, Kollam,
    Kerala, India - 690 520,

    (+91) 0476-2835579

    (+91) 8281801579

    bm2coe@gmail.com

    principal@bmce.ac.in