Professional Bodies


CSI

History

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.

Mission

The CSI is also working closely with other industry associations, government bodies and academia to ensure that the benefits of IT advancement ultimately percolate down to every single citizen of India. 
 
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.
 
CSI Activities
 
CSI offers a range of services and networking opportunities through workshops, seminars, conventions and courses participated by industry majors sharing best practices and digital opportunities for development, exchanging knowledge and ideas.
 
As an IT professional in the Internet age, we have access to an abundance of technology information from around the world. But to find what's relevant is time consuming. CSI's monthly magazine 'CSI Communications' has a special theme every month, which makes it easier. While CSI's world-class Research Jornal focuses on research, e-Newsletter delivers latest news about developments in information technology and industry.
 
The student coordinators selected for CSI for the academic year 2017-18 are as follows:
                                  Anand Joshy K. (S7 CSE)
The faculty members in charge of CSI for the same academic year are:
                                     Mrs. Sreeresmi T. S.
                                       Mrs. Gripsy Paul
                                        Mr. Manish T. I.
 
 
Sl No Event Name Resource Person Venue Date
1 Ethical Hacking Workshop Mr. Rizwan Shaikh MBA Seminar Hall 23 Sep to 25 Sep 2017
2 Artificial intelligence Workshop Mr. Astif Multani Seminar Hall 16 Sep to 17 Sep 2017
3 Workshop on Unix shell programming Mr. Jestin Joy (Asst. Prof. - FISAT) Central Computing Facility 27 April 2017
4 Workshop on JSnode Mr. Sreeraj Krishnan Central Computing Facility 27 April 2017
5  Seminar on Cyber Law Adv. Jay Jacob Seminar Hall 27 April 2017
6 Workshop on Photoshop Prof. Basil C. Sunny,Vaisagh P. S., S5 CS Lab 7 22 Sep 2016
7 Workshop on Ethical Hacking Sachin Sreekumar, S7 CS Lab 7 31 Aug 2016
8 Workshop on Beamer Balasankar (PG Student) Lab 7 29 Aug 2016
9 Inter-College Hackrade Workshop Mr. Rizwan Shaikh Seminar Hall 19 Aug to 21 Aug 2016
 
 


IEEE

HISTORY
The IEEE Computer Society traces its origins to the 1946 formation of the Subcommittee on Large-Scale Computing Devices (LCD) of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers (AIEE). Five years later, the Institute of Radio Engineers (IRE) formed its Professional Group on Electronic Computers (PGEC). The principal volunteer officers of both these groups were designated chairs.


The AIEE and the IRE merged in 1963 to become the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). The respective committee and group of the predecessor organizations combined to form the modern IEEE Computer Society. The society's principal volunteer officer has been designated as president since 1971.
The Computer Society celebrated its 70th anniversary in 2016.
Adapted from "IEEE Computer Society: Four Decades of Service," by Merlin G. Smith, IBM T.J. Watson Research Center (Computer, September 1991)

VISION & COMMITMENT


COMPUTER SOCIETY VISION
To be the leading provider of technical information, community services, and personalized services to the world's computing professionals.
COMPUTER SOCIETY GOAL
Be essential to the global technical community and computer professionals everywhere and be universally recognized for the contributions of technical professionals in developing and applying technology to improve global conditions.
THE CONSTITUTION OF THE IEEE COMPUTER SOCIETY


SECTION 2
The purposes of the Society shall be scientific, literary, and educational in character. The Society shall strive to advance the theory, practice, and application of computer and information processing science and technology and shall maintain a high professional standing among its members. The Society shall promote cooperation and exchange of technical information among its members and to this end shall hold meetings for the presentation and discussion of technical papers, shall support lifelong professional education and certification, shall develop standards, shall publish technical journals, shall provide technical and professional products and services, and shall through its organization and other appropriate means provide for the needs of its members.
SECTION 3
The scope of the society shall encompass all aspects of theory, design, practice, and application relating to computer and information processing science and technology.

LIST OF EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE (2018 – 2019)


BRANCH COUNCELLOR – GOMATHY S., ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR, DEPARTMENT OF EEE.
CHAPTER ADVISOR – SANKARA NAYAKI K., ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, DEPARTMENT OF IT.
CHAIR - KRISHNADEV I. L. - SEMESTER 6, AE &I.
VICE CHAIR - SAI GANESH - SEMESTER 4, CSE.
SECRETARY - VIVEK VENKATESWARAN - SEMESTER 4. CSE
TREASURER - ALEN MARIA - - SEMESTER 6, EEE


FOSS Cell

Vision

The Vision of the FOSS Cell is to encourage and promote the use of Free and Open Source Software and related areas such as Open Hardware, amongst the students and teachers of the institution for every possible kind of use.

Mission

The FOSS Cell shall carry this out through associating with ICFOSS and its programmes, as well as with other FOSS community, industry and research organizations, and taking up programmes including training and capacity building, student projects, lectures and seminars, conferences and exhibitions, by participating at the institutional level as well as inter-institutional, state, national and international levels. The Student Ambassadors of ICFOSS will support this mission. Where student ambassadors are not available for a particular institution, ICFOSS will directly assist to the extent possible.

In-Charge-: Unnikrishnan K N, Asst. Professor, CSE

Sl No Event Name Resource Person Venue Date
1 FOSS Awareness and GNU/Linux installation Prof. Jestin  Joy, Prof. Basil C Sunny CCF            23 Jan 18