The major objective of the ISTE is to assist and contribute to the Production & development of top quality professional engineers & technicians needed by the industries & other organizations
ISTE Chapter was inaugurated at Roever College of Engineering & Technology and associated with the esteemed ISTE on 04.12.2010.
To thrive, achieve and contribute as Professionals for the organizations, society and nation
Name of the Chairman: Dr B. GaneshBabu, Principal, RCET
Name of the Faculty Advisor: Mrs P. Sugapriya, AP / Maths
To inspire, inform and influence the global engineering community, supporting technology innovation to meet the needs of society.
STAFF CO-ORDINATOR: Mrs.K.Priya AP/ECE
To encourage interdisciplinary research among students, faculty members, practising engineers and scientists in the areas of Energy, Transport, Information and Communications, manufacturing and environment.
VARIOUS EVENTS CONDUCTED IN RCET WITH IET ASSISTANCE
To offer an overall experience that will help the participants move their program ideas toward tangible projects such as publishable papers, grant proposals, training programs, or treatment programs.
To provide educational and mentoring experiences to graduate students and doctoral level professionals at early career stages that will advance them in the development of tangible projects, thus furthering their careers in psychology.
I.I.V. was constituted in 2004 as a professional body of the Engineers with a view to promote and advance the professional practice of Engineering and Valuation. I.I.V. with its headquarters in Pune is administered by National Council of Valuers.
With Nationalized Membership of over 3000 individuals and over 1000 Business associations, IIV gives strong support to the Indian Associates and automatically helps the Banking and Financial sector of India.
SAEINDIA is India’s leading resource for mobility technology. As an individual member-driven society of mobility practitioners, the ownership of SAEINDIA wrests with its members who are individuals from the mobility community, which includes Engineers Executives from Industry, Government Officials, Academics and Students
To Continuously Enrich Knowledge Base of Practitioners in the Mobility Industry and Institutions in the Service of Humanity.
COORDINATOR: P.ARIVAZHAGAN, AP/MECH
The seed for the Computer Society of India (CSI) was first shown in the year 1965 with a handful of IT enthusiasts who were a computer user group and felt the need to organize their activities. They also wanted to share their knowledge and exchange ideas on what they felt was a fast emerging sector. Today the CSI takes pride in being the largest and most professionally managed association of and for IT professionals in India. The purposes of the Society are scientific and educational directed towards the advancement of the theory and practice of computer science and IT. The organisation has grown to an enviable size of 100,000 strong members consisting of professionals with varied backgrounds including Software developers, Scientists, Academicians, Project Managers, CIO’s, CTO’s & IT vendors to just name a few. It has spread its branches all over the country. Currently having more than 500 student branches and rooted firmly at 73 different locations, CSI has plans of opening many more chapters & activity centres in smaller towns and cities of the country. The idea is to spread the knowledge and provide opportunities to as many interested as possible.
ICT Academy of Tamil Nadu (ICTACT), an Initiative of Government of India, Government of Tamil Nadu and Industry, is a not-for-profit autonomous organization focusing to improve the quality of students passing out of institutions in Tamil Nadu, to make them industry ready and immediately employable in the ICT industry comprising the ICT services and the ICT manufacturing sectors. This will meet the skill requirements of the industry and generate more employment in the state especially in tier 2/3 cities
ICTACT is governed by an autonomous Board of Governors with representations from the state Government of Tamil Nadu, leading companies in the ICT industry with presence in Tamil Nadu, and NASSCOM.
ICTACT is a pioneering venture under the Public-Private – Partnership (PPP) model that endeavours to train the higher education teachers and students in the areas of Information & Communication Technology, thereby making the students industry-ready.
To be a leading ICT knowledge centre, providing consultancy and training through industry-specific research thereby creating a new generation of the talent pool.
Coordinator: G. Vignesh, Assistant Professor
The key focus of WEC is empowering young females at RCET, nationally, and internationally as well. To us empowerment means anything from making healthier decisions, progressing in a career, giving back to society, and everything in between. We aim to achieve this through educational initiatives such as Competitions, Guest Lecture on various issues such as Women & Health and Domestic Violence, to name a few.
We envision a world where society’s growing energy needs are adequately met while supporting our natural environment indefinitely into the future.
The mission of our club is to create opportunities for students to learn about the energy industry and explore related careers while advancing RCET relationships within the broader energy community. Currently, we focus on the following sectors
There is no membership fee.
The Executive is comprised of:
The Presidents are responsible for championing the energy club amongst the students, to the academics, and to the broader community. Through ongoing consultation with members and executive, they direct the club’s operations towards achieving the club’s mission and vision. They provide guidance and cohesion for the club’s activities and events while enhancing access to and visibility of the club’s activities on and off-campus.
The Finance shall be responsible for all monies received and disbursed by the college office Energy Club and shall account for them according to Generally Accepted Accounting Principles.
The Events is responsible for consulting with members and executive on potential activity or event topics, and for building relationships with partner organizations and the guest speakers. In addition, the Events coordinates executive and volunteers for event organization and ensures event promotion.
One annual general meeting will be held each year. All members will be notified two weeks prior to the meeting by circular.
Regular Executive meetings will be held on a semester basis, between September-April. All members have the right to attend such meetings.
Amendments can be made to the constitution to better meet the needs of the membership. All changes must be presented to the membership two weeks prior to an Executive meeting. For a change in the constitution to occur, 2/3 of the membership must vote to in favour of the changes in a referendum (held as an election), or 2/3 of Executive members for which positions are filled.
AIM: This club aims at creating mass awareness for the need to protect the environment and to enhance political attention and public action through its strong environment field units called ‘Green Club’ globally in every corner of the world.
Mrs P. Sugapriya, Assistant Professor of Mathematics.
The Science Club was started in the year 2010, with an aim intended to invite many eminent scientists who would share their experience with the students and motivate them to get scientific knowledge. Activities are designed primarily to introduce students to undertake interesting/exciting science and technology projects.
The Science Club consists of a group of students who want to explore the many branches of engineering, mathematics, and science. The club is open to all students.
The purpose of the Science Club is to promote interest, understanding, and knowledge of the scientific world amongst the college students and the local community. Also to develop your interest in science, to introduce you to a variety of scientific disciplines and to develop skills in fieldwork, research and project presentations.
Members will provide help as you develop your project and will be an audience when you practice oral presentation of your science project. Peer review is extremely useful.
Science Club is one of the largest clubs in our College. Our club is divided into three sections: Physics, Chemistry and General. Our club would like to arouse the Engineer’s interest in learning science, hence promoting their academic achievement in Science subjects. We also help Engineer’s to learn more about science outside their classroom and teach them how to apply their knowledge of science in their daily life through our activities.
It also aims at guiding the students to develop an independent, logical and creative mind. The entire engineers can get the latest news about our club and day to days information about the science will be displayed on the notice board.
The mission is to ignite scientific curiosity in a future generation so that they:
Citizen Consumer Club of our college is established for the purpose of spread the awareness about consumer rights amongst all consumer segments and to help consumers get justice when affected.
The objectives of the Grievance Redressal Policy are:
The main scope of this club is devoted to learning how to proportion select materials that, when properly mixed and properly placed, will produce an economical concrete mix that meets the requirements for traceability, consistency, strength, durability and appearance.
Our purpose is to develop an understanding of how the components of concrete and the proportioning of those components affect the end product.
Our goal is not to simply learn the mechanics of designing a quality concrete mix; it is to obtain the knowledge needed to: