Saturday, 27 January 2018

Top Mechanical Engineering Students

The toppers of University Examinations of Mechanical Engineering Department were recognised and awarded by the PTA of the college.


Dinu V James, in 5th and 6th semesters.


Alvi Joseph Thomas, in 4th semester.
 Remil Sunny, in 3rd semester.

 Daniel Cherian in 1st semester.

 Hareesh K Das, 2nd semester exams.


Thursday, 7 December 2017

Are People born talented?

When we look at great personalities we often say “I wish I had that talent”. Is it true that certain people are born with talents? .The answer is quiet simple ,”it is just an excuse to not to try for it”. We often showcase great talents like Mozart who by the age of 10 had managed to compose great compositions as an example for born talents. But, in reality his talent was simply the result of his hard work or more correctly his passionate work. He had spend more than 3000 hrs composing tunes before he was 6 yrs old .We people often neglect this very important point in his success journey. We are too lazy to work for our goals because of which we often put on the fault on the destiny.

Now if it is true that people are not born talented then why some people are extremely productive and some others just not? The formula for success in any field lies in two factors. Firstly, how bad you want it and secondly how hard will you go for it. A large number of people begin their journey but a very few reaches their destinations, this happens because, people are confused with the intensity of their need. If our need to achieve something is not up to a do or die level, then the chances for holding on to the goal is feeble. You might have noticed that in the beginning I had replaced hard work with passionate work, working hard to get something will definitely yield you results but if you are just working hard without any inner motivation then your results will be limited to average .

Now, it’s time to rewire our brain. The saying “nothing is impossible “is not just words they are the building blocks of a successful life. If you really want to achieve something then just go for it. Remember not to give anything less than 100%.

Avinash A Nair


Second Year Mechanical Engineering

Monday, 18 September 2017

Winners of Quest INGENIUM 2017!

Our graduates have once again made us proud!

Jobby George and Jose Tom, Mechanical Engineering students of 2017 batch, have become the winners at the QuEST Ingenium 2017 that was held on 15th September in Trivandrum. This was from a competition that saw nearly 6500 projects from all over the country!



They won the top honours for their project – Electricity Generation Using Speed Breakers. Apart from the cash prize of Rs. 1 lakh, these two students will also get an all-expense paid trip to the Airbus facility in Germany where they will be given an exclusive tour of the facility and introduced to the manufacturing processes and cores engineering side of the business. 

The project team also consisted of Cibin Geevarghese, Amal Abraham and Glen Martin Thomas. The project was guided by Asst Professor Arun K Varghese.

CONGRATULATIONS!

Friday, 8 September 2017

Kudos to Akhil, our alumnus !


We proudly share before you an impressive achievement by one of our alumni, Mr. Akhil R. Nair. He is the first person ever to win the grand prize of ₹ 10 lakhs from ‘Still Standing’, a quiz-based programme broadcasted in Mazhavil Manorama channel.

A Mechanical Engineering graduate (2013 batch) of SAINTGITS, Mr. Akhil had been a great resource for our college during his academic period and have brought many achievements then too in various quiz competitions. He played a vital part in setting up ‘Q-SENATE’, the quiz team of SAINTGITS.



Catch the programme on 9th and 10th september at 8:30pm in Mazhavil Manorama channel




Monday, 4 September 2017

Onam Wishes!

Team ME wishes you a very happy onam!


(Image Created by Adithya C Vinod of Third Year Mechanical Engineering.)

Tuesday, 22 August 2017

Making of the Automated Appam Maker



For those who haven’t heard, ‘appam’ or ‘palappam’ is a traditional food in South India mainly in Kerala. 

Manual way of preparing appam is tedious when it comes to mass production. This is an era of automation where it is broadly defined as replacement of manual effort by mechanical power in all degrees of automation. The operation remains an essential part of the system although with changing demands on physical input as the degree of mechanization is increased.


We aimed to automate the time consuming and tedious processes in the food industry. In the present scenario human work force is eliminated in every possible situation, leading to an increase in the efficiency to a large extent. We have tried to touch an unexplored area of automating appam making process which has a huge potential in South Indian food culture. It allows the user to obtain ready-to-eat appam at the press of a button without any skilled labor.



This was done as the project work part of our B Tech course. I was a part of the team including my classmates Praise Sabu, Sreerag MP, Sukesh PP and Vaishak S Kurup guided by Mr. Nandu S, Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering Department. We all are happy that this project got well recognized in various technical events.

Toney Varghese
2017 Batch

Mechanical Engineering







(More than just an academic work, this project got funded by KSCSTE and bagged various prizes in different project competitions like SRISHTI 2017 organised by SAINTGITS and second prize in National Innovation Challenge organized by TechTop at IIT Delhi.)






Congratulations to the team for this achievement!

Top Mechanical Engineering Students

The toppers of University Examinations of Mechanical Engineering Department were recognised and awarded by the PTA of the coll...