ABOUT THE CLUB
“For me, there is no such thing as a negative experience. ”
-Dr. A.P.J ABDUL KALAM
Every talent must be appreciated. On this vision, Fine arts club of Tamilnadu College of Engineering was started. This is the platform where new talents come up and to showcase them. It’s not about winning or losing but it’s about courage to show our self to others and get appreciated. Every human needs motivation to do anything. Here it’s easy to motivate others and get motivated by others. Here we get suggestions and advices and contacts from experienced persons also. This club helps to shape our talent and uniqueness also make our path in right way.
To encourage the talented students and also to entertain the whole campus with extra-curricular activities such as music, dance and so on.
PEOPLE OF TCE FINE ARTS CLUB
|STAFF COORDINATORS||Mr. M. Seethapathi – Professor/Civil||Ms. V. Saranya – Asst.Professor/CSE|
|STUDENT COORDINATORS||N. Praveen, Third year, Dept. of Automobile Engineering||G.Surendhiran, Third year, Dept. of Instrumentation and Control Engineering|
TAMIL MANDRAM INCHARGE
Dr.S.Latha Shanmugavadivu, Professor&Head, ECE Department
STUDENT CO ORDINATORS
- V.Madhanraj IVCIVIL
- S.Priyanka IVEEE
- T.Santhosh IVMECH
- S.Boopathi IVCivil
- Leo Franklin IIICIVIL
- S.Manikandan IIIAUTO
- R.Praveen IIIAUTO
- R.Pratheep IIMECH
- A.Mohamed Afridi IICIVIL
- R.Mohamed Refaideen IVCIVIL
- T.Dhinagaran IVCSE
- P.Muthushanmugadurga IICSE
THE LANGUAGE CLUB
The Language Club of our College plays a vital role in enhancing the Communicative Skills of the students. To enrich the skills of the students the Language Club offers TOEFL Coaching classes. TOEFL( The Test of English as a Foreign Language) is a test which measures students English language skills to see if they are good enough to pursue various abroad programmes. Activity based teaching is followed, which helps the students to combine both Verbal and Non- Verbal Communication. Assessments are used to analyse the performance of each student. It is an online exam conducted about 30 to 40 times per year.The test consists of Reading, Listening, Speaking and Writing. The TOEFL iBT test is given in English and administered via the Internet. The students are attending weekly classes and they are encouraged to exhibit to meet future challenges in our Language Club.
The Communication Laboratory has been set up with spacious environment with a Area of 100 Sq.m to impart individuals with English Language Competence. It is well equipped with Computers with high-end CPU features for students benefit. The Softwares used are general and domain specific Software. The Communication Laboratory has been provided with all modern accessories to learn Phonetics, Accent Practices, Stress Modulation, Grammar etc., and also with modern instruments such as digital Cameras, Video Cameras, handy Cameras etc., which enables the students to achieve hands on training. This Lab provides many tasks based on the TOEFL.
Popularly known as NSS, the scheme was launched in Gandhiji’s Centenary year, 1969. Aimed at developing student’s personality through community service. NSS, is a voluntary association of young people in Colleges, Universities and at +2 level working for a campus-community linkage.
The cardinal principle of the NSS programme is that it is organised by the students themselves, and both students and teachers through their combined participation in community service, get a sense of involvement in the tasks of nation building.
OBJECTIVES BEHIND THE NSS
- To enable the students to understand the community in which they work.
- To understand themselves in relation to their community.
- To identify the needs and problems in the community in the solution of which they can be involved.
- To develop among themselves a sense of social and civic responsibility.
- To apply education- find practical solution to individual & community problems.
- To develop competence required for group living and sharing responsibilities.
- Gain skills in mobilising community participation.
- To acquire leadership qualities and democratic attitude.
- To develop capacity to meet emergencies and national disasters
- To practice national integration
The motto or watchword of the National Service Scheme is ‘NOT ME BUT YOU’. This reflects the essence of democratic living and upholds the need for selfless service and appreciation of the other person’s point of view and also to show consideration for fellow human beings. It underlines that the welfare of an individual is ultimately dependent on the welfare of society on the whole. Therefore, it should be the aim of the NSS to demonstrate this motto in its day-to-day programme.
NSS was formally launched on 24th September, 1969, the birth centenary year of the Father of the Nation. Therefore, 24 September is celebrated every year as NSS Day with appropriate programmes and activities.
HISTORY OF NSS
National Service Committee was launched in the year 1959-60 under the chairmanship of Dr. C. D. Deshmukh, had recommended that National Service for a period of 9 months to a year should be made compulsory before a student enters the university or employment. The Saiyidain committee (1961) Appointed by the ministry of education did not favour compulsion and recommended National or Social Service for a minimum period of 12 weeks on a voluntary basis.
The National Service Scheme was launched in 1969. It aims at the involvement mainly of undergraduate students on a voluntary basis in various activities of social serviced and national development which while making a contribution to socio-economic progress would also provide opportunities to the students to understand and appreciate the problems of the communities, awaken social consciousness and inculcate in them sense of dignity of labour. There has been a great deal of enthusiasm among the students in various programmers taken up under the scheme. At the same time, there has been a demand from several quarters that opportunity should be provided to the youth going out of the universities and colleges to engage themselves on a whole time basis for a specific period in activities of social and national service. Some attempts in this direction have been made in some states during last few years.
The post-independence era was marked by an urge for introducing social service for students, both as a measure of educational reform and as a means to improve the quality of educated man-power. The University Grants Commission headed by Dr.Radhakrishnan recommended introduction of national service in the academic institutions on a voluntary basis with a view to developing healthy contacts between the students and teachers on the one hand and establishing a constructive linkage between the campus and the community on the other hand.
The idea was again considered by the Central Advisory Board of Education (CABE) at its meeting held in January, 1950. After examining the various aspects of the matter and in the light of experience of other countries in this field, the Board recommended that students should devote some time to manual work on a voluntary basis and that the teachers should also associate with them in such work. In the draft First Five Year Plan adopted by the Government of India in 1952, the need for social and labour service for students for one year was further stressed. Consequent upon this, layout and social service camps, campus-work projects, village apprenticeship scheme etc., were put into operation by various educational institutions. In 1958, the then Prime Minister Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru in his letter to the Chief Ministers, mooted the idea of having social service as a prerequisite for graduation. He further directed the Ministry of Education to formulate a suitable scheme for introduction of national service into the academic institutions.
In 1959, a draft outline of the scheme was placed before the Education Minister’s Conference. The Conference was unanimous about the urgent need for trying out a workable scheme for national service. In view of the fact that education as it was imparted in schools and colleges, left something to be desired and it was necessary to supplement it with programmes which would arouse interest in the social and economic reconstruction of the country. It was viewed that if the objectives of the scheme were to be realised, it was essential to integrate social service with the educational process as early as possible. The Conference suggested the appointment of a committee to work out details of the proposed pilot project. In pursuance of these recommendations, a National Service Committee was appointed under the Chairmanship of Dr.C.D.Deshmukh on August 28, 1959 to make concrete suggestions in this direction. The committee recommended that national service for a period of nine months to a year may be made compulsory for all students completing high school education and intending to enroll themselves in a college or a university. The scheme was to include some military training, social service, manual labour and general education. The recommendations of the Committee could not be accepted because of its financial implications and difficulties in implementation.
In 1960, at the instance of the Government of India, Prof.K.G.Saiyidain studied national service by students implemented in several countries of the world and submitted his report under the title ” National Service for the Youth ” to the Government with a number of recommendations as to what could be done in India to develop a feasible scheme of social service by students. It was recommended that national or social service should be introduced on a voluntary basis and extended as widely as possible with a provision for rich and varied programmes of activities. It was also recommended that social service camps should be open to students as well as non-students within the prescribed age group for better interrelationship.
The Education Commission headed by Dr.D.S.Kothari (1964-66) recommended that students at all stages of education should be associated with some form of social service. This was taken into account by the State Education Ministers during their conference in April 1969 and they recommended that at the university stage, students could be permitted to join the National Cadet Corps (NCC) which was already in existence on a a voluntary basis and an alternative to this could be offered to them in the form of a new programme called the National Service Scheme (NSS). Promising sportsmen, however, should be exempted from both and allowed to join another scheme called the National Sports Organisation (NSO), in view of the need to give priority to the development of sports and athletics.
The Vice-Chancellor’s Conference in September,1967 welcomed this recommendation and suggested that a special committee of Vice-Chancellors could be set up to examine this question in detail. In the statement of national policy on education of the Government of India, it was laid down that work experience and national service should be an integral part of education. In national service should be an integral part of education. In may, 1969, conference of the student’s representatives of the universities and institutions of higher learning convened by the Ministry of Education and the University Grants Commission also Unanimously declared that national service could be a powerful instrument for national integration. It could be used to introduce urban students to rural life. Projects of permanent value could also be undertaken as a symbol of the contribution of the student community to the progress and upliftment of the nation.
The details were soon worked out and the Planning Commission sanctioned an outlay of Rs.5 crores for National Service Scheme (NSS) during the Fourth Five Year Plan. It was stipulated that the NSS programme should be started as a pilot project in select institutions and universities.
On September 24, 1969, the then Union Education Minister Dr.V.K.R.V.Raio, launched the NSS programme in 37 universities covering all States and simultaneously requested the Chief Ministers of States for their cooperation and held. It was appropriate that the programme was started during the Gandhi Centenary Year as it was Gandhiji who inspired the Indian Youth to participate in the movement for Indian independence and the social uplift of the down-trodden masses of our nation. The programme is implemented effectively in the State of TamilNadu since its inception.
ANNUAL NSS CAMPS
The Annual camps are known as Special Camps. Camps are held annually, funded by the government of India, and are usually located in a rural village or a city suburb. Volunteers are involved in such activities as:
- Tree Plantation
- Blood Donation camp
- Stage shows or a procession creating awareness of such issues as social problems, education and cleanliness
- Awareness Rallies
- Inviting doctors for health camps
There are no predefined or preassigned tasks; it is left up to the volunteers to provide service in any way that is feasible. Camps typically last between a week and 10 days, although camps for shorter periods are also conducted by our TCE NSS club.
REGULAR ACTIVITIES OF TCE NSS UNIT
The NSS of TCE organized a Tree Plantation programme in TCE Auditorium side on 13th April 2018. The Plantation inaugurated by our NSS volunteers, NSS programme officer. The volunteers have actively participated and planted 100 trees in TCE.
BLOOD DONATION CAMP
NSS units of TCE is organized a Blood donation camp in association with Upgraded Primary Health Centre, Somanur and Coimbatore Medical College Hospital, Coimbatore on 23.03.2018 From 10.00 am to 3.00 pm at TCE campus. Our college Principal, Chief operations, Faculty members and students are given 60 units of blood in that camp to save the life of human beings.
REPUBLIC DAY CELEBRATION
In our college 69th Republic Day of our country was celebrated on 26th January 2018. 50 NSS Volunteers with faculty members are participated in that programme. The programme started with the prayer song. Our Principal Dr.M.Karthikeyan hoisted the flag and delivered the Independence day address. On that day the Oath was taken by the volunteers with faculty members are followed by the Principal.
Rotaract originally began as a Rotary International youth program in 1968 at Charlotte North Rotary Club in Charlotte, North Carolina, United States, and has grown into a major Rotary-sponsored organization of over 9,539 clubs spread around the world and 219,397 members. It is a service, leadership, professional and community service organization for young men and women between the ages 1830. Rotaract focuses on the development of young adults as leaders in their communities and workplaces. Clubs around the world also take part in international service projects, in a global effort to bring peace and international understanding to the world.
“Rotaract” stands for “Rotary in Action”, although the name originally comes from a combination of “Rotary” and “Interact” (International + Action), the high school level program created by Rotary International in 1962.
Most Rotaract activities take place at the club level. Rotaract clubs hold formal meetings, usually every two weeks, which feature speakers, special outings, social activities, discussions or visits to other clubs. Club members get together on designated days for service project work, social events, or professional/leadership development workshops.
The purpose of Rotaract is to provide an opportunity for young men and women to enhance the knowledge and skills that will assist them in personal development, to address the physical and social needs of their communities, and to promote better relations between all people worldwide through a framework of friendship and service.
To be eligible for membership, prospective members must be 1830 years of age, show that they are committed to Rotaract, and show that they are of good standing in the community. After being approved by the club, prospective members are ‘inducted’ to become members, also known as ‘Rotaractors’.
ROTARACT IN TCE
Rotaract Club of Tamilnadu College of Engineering was installed on 30th September 2016. Our club was sponsored by Rotary Club of Tirupur North. Our club installed with the new team of office bearers by
- Rtn.MD.PDG.Dr.P.V.Ravi, Chairman TCE,
- Rtn.KGR.J.Gopalakrishnan, President Rotary Club of Tirupur North,
- Rtn.K.Tamizharasan, Chairman
- Rtn.S.Vivekanandhan, Secretary Rotary club of Tirupur North,
- Rtn.PHF.M.Karthikeyan, Dist.Chair,Youth Service
Rotaract in TCE has three Rotaract clubs with three distinct goals and objectives with over all 300 members in TCE Rotaract. The ambition of our club is to find leadership skills in students and to develop it. The clubs in TCE under Rotaract are listed below,
GOALS OF ROTARACT
- Rotaract Club of Tamilnadu College of Engineering
- To develop leadership skills
- To emphasize respect for the rights of others based on recognition of the worth of each individual.
- To recognize the dignity and value of all useful occupations as opportunities to serve.
- To develop knowledge and understanding their needs, problems and opportunities in the community and worldwide.
- To recognize, practice and promote ethical standards as leadership qualities and vocational responsibilities.
- To provide opportunities for personal and group activities to serve the community and promote international understanding and goodwill towards all people.
TCE CHESS TROPHY ( DISTRICT LEVEL)
TCE CHESS TROPHY – District level Chess tournament was the gracious, colorful and glittering occasion held on March 3rd of 2018 on Tamilnadu College of Engineering. CHESS TOURNAMENT a talented and brilliant game to expose the knowledge of every participant. It was conducted under six categories classified depending upon their ages (U13, U15, and U17). This event was conducted in association with Coimbatore District Chess Association and Rotaract club of Tamilnadu College of Engineering and sponsored by Rotary Club of Tirupur North. Overall 1000 plus students participated in this grand event. Trophies and Merit certificates were given to the participants of first fifteen places in each category and participation certificate to all the participants.
ROTARCT CLUB OF TAMILNADU COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING has got the following awards from Zonal Forum of Zone II, Rotary International District 3202,Tirupur. 1. BEST SUPPROTING CLUB 2. OUTSATANDIND MAXIMUM REGISTRATION OF THE YEAR 2016 17 SYMPHONY – 2K17, Zonal forum of Zone II, Rotary International District 3202 which was held at Tirupur on 19th February 2017 so far.
POSITIONS in Rotaract Club:
- Vice President
- Joint Secretary
- Seargent at ARMS
- Club Service Director
- Web Communication Officer
- Professional Service Director
- International Service Director
- Community Service Director
- Public Relation Officer
ROTARACT EVENTS ORGANIZED
- Orphanage visit @ Universal Peace Foundation
- Orientation function @ TCE
- Installation Function for club
- Donation of stationeries to schools
- Medical camp at Thekkalur school
- Medical camp at Jeevabai govt girls
- TCE Chess trophy
- Farmers conclave at pongalur
- Rotasia 2018 at Pune, Maharastra Dt.
- Tiruppur Dt. Govt. Schools 4 & 5 schools students competition
- Club Board Meeting at Thiruppur
- Unique students career planning seminar
- Farmers house visit at Thirumoorthy hills
The primary mission of the thulir club is providing the orphaned, destitute unloved, needy, handicapped persons, with a lone, love, happiness, physical, mental emotional and spiritual nourishment, the highest level of education possible, and a hope for a bright future.
The vision of the club is to one day have a self-sustaining community consisting of a children’s home, orphanage, elderly persons, place of worship, hospital, library, park, play fields, and other facilities that help a community to succeed our vision is to one day establish such communities all over the world.
GOALS AND OBJECTIVES
- The main objective is to need the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual needs of orphaned and destitute children by providing then with love, care and the highest level of education. So, that they can grow to be valued members of society with promising future and a memorable past.
- Thulir club aims do not only later to children’s mental needs, but to provide a complete package, by catering to the physical, spiritual and emotional needs of the children’s as well.
- The club also seeks to aid outcast, battered and widowed men and women by providing them with an accepting environment, love, mental, physical, emotional and spiritual, jobs, training and the power to step into the outside world and accomplish their goals and dreams, putting their past behind them.
- Another goal to provide disabled persons with the requisite therapy, training, care and love. So, they can overcome the social limitations placed on them because of their disability and achieve their goals and dreams.
- Students are motivated towards servicing.
- By using orphanages and child age homes student get to know about the life of needy people. And also realize the value of relationship.
- At the end of multiple visit students attain social awareness.
CLUB ACTIVITY DETAILS FOR THE ACADEMIC YEAR (2016-2017)
|S.NO||MONTH||DATE OF VISIT||ORPHANAGE NAME||SPONSER AMOUNT|
|2||MAY||17-07-16||SREE RAMANASEVA ASHRAM||RS.16580|
|5||AUGUST||02-10-16||SREE RAMANASEVA ASHRAM||RS.15140|
|7||OCTOBER||19-02-16||SREE RAMANASEVA ASHRAM||RS.15160|
|8||NOVEMBER||26-02-17||TIRUPUR SCHOOL FOR DEAF||RS.15180|
|10||JANUARY||02-04-17||SREE RAMANASEVA ASHRAM||RS.15200|
|12||MARCH||23-04-17||TIRUPUR SCHOOL FOR DEAF||RS.15260|
CLUB ACTIVITY DETAILS FOR THE ACADEMIC YEAR (2017-2018)
|S.NO||MONTH||DATE OF VISIT||ORPHANAGE NAME||SPONSER AMOUNT|
|1||May 09-07-17||Sree ramanaseva ashram||Rs.14580|
|2||June||23-07-2017||Tirupur school of deaf||Rs.15140|
|4||August||8-10-2017||Sree ramanaseva ashram||Rs.14025|
|5||September||27-10-2017||Tirupur school of deaf||Rs.14925|
|6||October||25-12-2017||Sree ramanaseva ashram||Rs.15000|
|7||November||31-12-2017||Tirupur school of deaf||Rs.15000|
|10||February||14-04-2018||Sree ramanaseva ashram||Rs.15150|
|11||March||22-04-2018||Tirupur school of deaf||Rs.15075|
|12||April||3rd Sunday||Anugraha orphanage||Rs.15075|
Youth Red Cross
The aim of this society focuses to promote life and health through training and education on safety, primary health care and healthy living, to encourage community service through training and education and to promote technical support for the development of youth programmes, fund-raising, identification of material and human resources. 228 students are the members of this society.Youth Red Cross (YRC) Society is a voluntary humanitarian organization having a network of over 700 branches throughout the country. The seven fundamental principles of YRC are Humanity, Impartiality, Neutrality, Independence, Voluntary Service ,Unity and Universality.
OBJECTIVES OF YRC
- To act in case of armed conflict and in peace to prepare to act in all the fields covered by the Geneva Conventions within the scope of International Humanitarian Law and on behalf of all war victims, both civilian and military.
- To contribute to the improvement of health, the prevention of disease and maternity and child care in the community.
- To educate the population on how to prepare for and respond to disasters.
- To organize emergency relief services for the victims of disasters and mitigation of their suffering.
- To promote the participation of children and youth in the work of the Red Cross.
- To promote the Fundamental Principles of the Movement and the International Humanitarian Law in order to inculcate humanitarian ideals among the population, and in particular among children and youth.
- To recruit, train and develop volunteers/personnel as necessary for undertaking humanitarian responsibilities.
- To serve the community within its jurisdiction, the state branch may initiate activities to address local needs and priorities as approved by the Managing Body of the branch.
- To ensure correct use of the Red Cross emblem, to maintain its protective value.
Red Cross Societies is the world’s largest humanitarian organization, providing assistance without discrimination as to nationality, race, religious beliefs, class or political opinions.
To inspire, encourage, facilitate and promote at all times all forms of humanitarian activities by National Societies, with a view to preventing and alleviating human suffering, and thereby contributing to the maintenance and promotion of human dignity and peace in the world.
LIST OF EVENTS
- Youth Red Cross Society of Tamilnadu college of Engineering has conducted Dental Screening camp.
- Youth Red Cross Society of Tamilnadu college of Engineering has conducted Blood donation camp
- Youth Red Cross Society of has Tamilnadu college of Engineering planning to conduct the following activities
- AIDS Awareness Rally
- Cancer Awareness Rally
- Fire Safety Camp
- Visiting Orphanage center
To develop students into globally competent and morally upright science readers, committed to build a nation through science and technology.
A student organisation that will provide relative activities and experience to its members and inculcate in them scientific values and skills that will develop them into science leader capable of protecting the environment and bring in progress to that nation.
ACTIVITIES OF SCIENCE CLUB
- Organizing lectures, debates, seminars, symposia etc.
- Holding science exhibition and fair.
- Participating in science fair.
- Arranging visit to places of scientific interest
- Preparing of charts, postures and models.
- Improvising and preparing hand-made apparatus.