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The NPTEL Local chapter was constituted at SMVITM in May 2016 with a sagacious thought of augmenting the studies of university curriculum with the MOOC(Massively Open Online Courses) from premier institutes such as IIT’s and IISc .

The certification from NPTEL will make a student to get edge over their peers in following ways:

  • Get easily recognized from potential employers for internship and job.
  • Leverage the confidence to crack competitive exams such as GATE/IES and PSU recruitment tests.
  • Focused and engaged learning with strong technical community spread across engineering colleges in India.
  • Inculcates the competency factor among the young vibrant student community which drives the learning and innovation.

Local Chapter Committee

 

NPTEL SPOC

 

Manoj T, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Computer Science and Engineering

 

Departmental

Coordinators

Ms.Sandhya, Assistant Professor(Senior),Dept. of Physics
Mr.Vijendra Bhat, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Mechanical Engineering
Ms.Rajashree Nambiar P, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Electronics and Communication
Mr.Ullas S L, , Assistant Professor, Dept. of Civil Engineering

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The Spoken Tutorial project is the initiative of the ‘Talk to a Teacher’ activity of the National Mission on Education through Information and Communication Technology (ICT), launched by the Ministry of Human Resources and Development, Government of India.The Spoken Tutorial Project is about teaching and learning a particular FOSS (Free and Open Source Software) like Linux, Scilab, LaTeX, PHP & MySQL, Java, C/C++, LibreOffice etc. via an easy Video tool – Spoken Tutorials.

The FOSS training covered under the project includes software like scripting software, application software, computation software, computational fluid dynamics software, utility software, programming software, animation and graphic software, EDA Tools, Chemistry/Chemical software etc.,

With the team’s continuous and dedicated work, IIT Bombay through the Spoken Tutorial Coordinator, Ms Anushree Dharmadikari, recognized our Institution to be Nodal Center for the Udupi District. The Nodal Center team – Faculty members are Mr Rama Moorthy H, CSE Dept., Mr. Sharth D Shetty, Mech Dept., Mr. Ravi Kumar, Civil Dept., and Mr. Sharath Kumar, CSE Dept., Mr. Chetan R, ECE Dept., The Student representatives are Ms. Sushmitha Baliga and Mr. Praveen Badiger from VI Semester, Dept of CS&E. All participants from various disciplines, benefited with the ‘Learn by doing’ task and assignments.

We would like encapsulate and present the major activity happened so far under the banner of FOSS

  • The emerging trend of using LINUX operating system in the field of simulation, development and application, a workshop was conducted in the month of October 2014 from 21st to 31st. Students of 5th semester ECE dept actively participated.
  • To encourage students towards placement activities workshop on C & C++ was conducted for 7th semester CSE students on 27th Oct 2014.
  • In the view of girl child week and children day celebration workshop on LIBRE OFFICESUITE was conducted in CSI girls boarding home, MULKI on Nov 2nd Mr. Ramesh Anchan, Rtd. SBI Chief Manager- Admin and several volunteers supported in making the event splendid.
  • On Dec 15th 2014 and Jan 5th 2015 LIBRE OFFICESUITE workshops was conducted to Non teaching Staff member of SMVITM. The workshop was intended to utilize the open software environment. Prof. Dr. A. Ganesha, Dean-Academics, enlightened the participants by invigorating speech.
  • Vasudeva, HOD of CSE Dept. supported with his brainstorming speech to the pre final year students in the Vacation course and software training was held from 5th Jan to 16th Jan 2015. Course was on C & C++, PERL and PHP & MySQL. In this tenure of 10 days more than 50 students responded magnificently. Prof. Dr. Radhakrishna S Aithal, Principal stood as source of motivation throughout the successful execution of program and concluded the training program by interacting with the students.
  • On behalf of the Spoken Tutorial Team, Dr. Vasudeva, HOD of CSE Dept, conducted a One Day Hands on Session on LaTeX to all the teaching fraternity on 16th July, 2015.
  • The Team’s effort has been noticed by the IIT Bombay- Spoken Tutorial Coordinator, Ms. Anushree Dharmadikari and the new role for the team has been assigned from the academic year 2016-17, as Nodal Center of Spoken Tutorial Project for Udupi District.

The Team is leading with everyone’s help and guidance to fulfill the task laid by the IIT Bombay.

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Internet of Things(IoT) club was started at SMVITM on 6 April 2016 with a very novel approach of  “Ideate, Build and Work” model where students can ideate the solutions to real time problems in the arena of IoT ,build the rapid prototypes of their ideas and come up with the working model.

Objectives of the Club

  • To establish itself as a centre of excellence for IoT in and around D.K and Udupi District.
  • To provide the fostering environment for students to quickly implement their ideas and get the hands-on experience across the various IoT application domains.
  • To conduct the training programs and workshops from the industry experts regularly to nurture the skill-set required for IoT
  • To bolster ties with domain specific IoT industries to provide required industrial exposure to students.
  • To set up start-up ecosystem which provides ample space for the students to turn their naive ideas into commercial venture.

Past Programs Conducted

  •  Industrial Internet of Things-2015(An Intra-Collegiate Project Competition and Model Exhibition) held during academic year 2015-16.
  • State Level Student Symposium/Project Exhibition on Industrial Internet of Things IIOT- 2K16 held during academic year 2016-17.

Industry Tie-Up

SangamOne Connected Services Pvt Ltd. Bengaluru is the industry partner for the IoT club which continuously supports the students and the club in the IoT related activities.


Faculty Coordinators  

Mr.Manoj T, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Computer Science and Engineering

Mr.Sachin Bhat, Assistant Professor,Dept. of Electronics and Communication


Student Members

Sl.No

Name

Class

1. Akhila Rao Final Year ECE
2. Abhishek Kalkur Final Year CSE
3. Manasa Hathwar Final Year CSE
4. Deekshitha Palan Final Year CSE
5. C Karthik Kumar Final Year CSE
6. K Sanketh Final Year CSE
7. Shailesh Kumar Final Year MECH
8. Vishakh Puthran Third Year ECE
9 Sushmitha Baliga Third Year CSE
10. Prajna U Nayak Third Year CSE
11. Namdev  Nayak Third Year CSE
12. Sunethra Kamath Third Year CSE
13. Narendra Kini Third Year CSE
14. Ashwini Third Year CSE
15. Pallavimoorthy Third Year CSE
16. Shreya S Anchan Third Year CSE
17. ShriVishnu Second Year CSE
18. Haripriya Aithal Second Year CSE
19. Rajath Y K Second Year CSE
20. Apoorva R Second Year CSE
21. Radheya V K Second Year ECE
22. Arvind Upadhyaya Second Year ECE

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The Entrepreneurship Development Cell (EDC) was started with the object of promoting specialized knowledge in the field of entrepreneurship development. In view of the worldwide shortage of jobs (both government and private sectors) leading to unemployment problems and lack of proper utilization of human resources; the cell strives to identify talented youth to entrepreneurial works. The cell plans to organise various programmes regarding entrepreneurship development. The aim of Entrepreneurship Development Cell at SMVITM is to develop and strengthen entrepreneurship qualities in the budding engineers who are interested in starting their own ventures.

Objectives of the cell

  • Creating awareness among the students of the Institute regarding entrepreneurship as a career option.
  • Conduct Faculty Development Programmes in the field of entrepreneurship for the faculties to train students
  • Organizes entrepreneurship awareness camps, entrepreneurship development programmes, along with fostering innovative ideas within students of the Institute
  • ED Cell creates interaction with established entrepreneurs and organises a mentorship scheme for students.
  • Provide guidance and facilities to first time entrepreneurs during gestation.

Committee 

Coordinator: Mr. Arun Upadhyaya, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Electronics and Communication.
Members: Mr. Praveen Naik, Assistant Professor, Dept. Of Computer Science and Engineering.
Mr. Deviprakash, Assistant Professor, Dept. Of Civil Engineering.
Mr. Sachin Prabhu, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Electronics and Communication.
Mr. Madhukar Nayak, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Mechanical Engineering.

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The Indian Red Cross Society (IRCS) was established in 1920 under the Indian Red Cross Society Act and incorporated under the Parliament Act XV of 1920 (as Amended by Act No. 22 of 1956 and the Adaptation of Laws (No 4) order of 1957 and the Act. No. 14 of 1992). It is a member of the International Federation of the Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies and is recognized by the International Committee of the Red Cross. In accordance with the Fundamental Principles of the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement, namely: Humanity, Impartiality, Neutrality, Independence, Voluntary Service, Unity, and Universality the Indian Red Cross Society acts as an auxiliary to the state in the carrying out of humanitarian activities. It also provides a range of services, including disaster relief, health and social welfare programmes in the country. During wartime, the society works as auxiliary to the armed forces medical services and also assists the affected civilian as per the Geneva Conventions. Indian Red Cross is a voluntary Humanitarian organization having a network of over 700 branches throughout the country, providing relief in times of disasters/emergencies and promotes health and care of the vulnerable people and communities. The mission of the Indian Red Cross is to inspire, encourage and initiate at all times all forms of humanitarian activities so that human suffering can be minimized and even prevented and thus contribute to creating more congenial climate for peace.

Youth represent a substantial part of the membership of Red Cross for its humanitarian commitment. Young volunteers can make a significant contribution to meeting the needs of the most vulnerable people within their local communities through Red Cross youth program. This has been designed to involve young people as much as possible in the movement and its activities not only as workers and also as beneficiaries, but as partners in management. The youth unit aims to have young people recognized by societies leadership as equal partners who address the needs of the most vulnerable.

MISSION:

The Indian Red Cross Society aims to inspire, encourage and initiate at all times, all forms of humanitarian activities so that human suffering can be minimized, alleviated and even prevented, thus contribute to creating a more congenial climate for peace.

OBJECTIVES

  • Promote life and health through training and education on safety, primary health care and healthy living.
  • Encourage community service through training and education.
  • Disseminate the seven fundamental principles of Red Cross and Red Crescent movement through activities that encourage the Red Cross ideals.
  • Promote international friendship with activities that cultivate a humanitarian spirit.
  • To recruit, train and develop volunteers/personnel as necessary for undertaking humanitarian responsibilities.
  • Technical support in the development of youth programmes, fund raising, identification of material and human resources.
  • To ensure correct use of the Red Cross emblem, to maintain its protective value.

List of Departmental Coordinators for YRC (2016-17)

SL.NO.

NAME DESIGNATION DEPT.

ROLE

1 Prof.Dr.Thirumaleshwara Bhat Principal ME Chairman
2 Mr.Nagaraja Rao Associate Professor ECE Program Officer
3 Mr.Krishna kumar P Assistant Professor ECE Departmental Coordinators
4 Mr.Narayana Nayak Assistant Professor ME
5 Ms.Reshma Hebbar Assistant Professor CSE
6 Mr.Sunil Haldankar Assistant Professor CV

 

Office Bearers of Youth Red Cross (Y.R.C)-(2016-17)

SL.NO.

NAME CLASS

POSITION

1 Mr.Ananthraj L. Final Year ME President
2 Mr.Sandesh Kumar D Third Year ME Vice President
3 Ms.Anusha Pai Final Year ECE Secretary
4 Mr.Arun H.R Third  Year CV Treasurer
5 Ms.Varsha Keshav Uchil Final Year ECE Members
6 Ms.Joncil D’souza Third Year ECE
7 Mr.Yashaswi Shenoy Third Year ECE
8 Ms.B.M.Shikha Second Year ECE
9 Mr.Puneeth Kumar Second Year ECE
10 Ms.Aishwarya Acharya Final Year CSE
11 Ms.Sindhurani Final Year CSE
12 Ms.Archana Third Year CSE
13 Ms.Pooja P Third Year CSE
14 Ms.Megha Samaga Second Year CSE
15 Ms.Samanvitha Bhagavath Second Year CSE
16 Mr.Srinivas Bhat Final Year ME
17 Mr.Ashish H Prabhu Second Year ME
18 Mr.Pratheek I Second Year ME
19 Mr.Sanjay Bhandari Seond Year ME
20 Mr.Vikas Udupa Final Year CV
21 Mr.Manoj Kumar Second Year CV
22 Ms.Akshatha First Year A
23 Ms.Shreya Bhat First Year B
24 Mr.Chinmay R First Year C
25 Mr.Paurush First Year D
26 Ms.Vaishnavi V Katte First Year E
27 Ms.Meghana First Year F
28 Ms.Shradha Shetty First Year G

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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 9,522 clubs spread around the world and 291,006 members. It is a service, leadership, professional and community service organization (often miscommunicated as a Social Service Club) for young men and women between the ages 18–30.

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 18–30 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’.

OBJECTIVES:

  • To develop professional and leadership skills
  • To emphasise and respect the rights of others based on recognition of the worth of each individual.
  • To recognise the dignity and value of all useful occupations as opportunities to serve.
  • To recognise, practice, and promote ethical standards as leadership qualities and vocational responsibilities.
  • To develop knowledge and understanding of the needs, problems and opportunities in the community and worldwide.
  • To provide opportunities for personal and group activities to serve the community and promote international understanding and goodwill toward all people.

List of Departmental Coordinators for ROTARACT CLUB (2016-17)

SL.NO.

NAME DESIGNATION DEPT.

ROLE

1 Prof.Dr.Thirumaleshwara Bhat Principal ME Chairman
2 Mr.Nagaraja Rao Associate Professor ECE Program Officer
3 Mr.Krishna kumar P Assistant Professor ECE Departmental Coordinators
4 Mr.Narayana Nayak Assistant Professor ME
5 Ms.Reshma Hebbar Assistant Professor CSE
6 Mr.Sunil Haldankar Assistant Professor CV

 

Office Bearers of Rotaract Club-(2016-17)

SL.NO.

NAME CLASS

POSITION

1 Mr.Shrinivas Bhat Final Year ME President
2 Mr.Samani Ashwith Final Year CV Vice President
3 Ms.N.Shriraksha Acharya Third Year ECE Secretary
4 Mr.Sowrabh B.S Final Year ME Treasurer
5 Mr.Deviprasad Shetty Final Year ME Directors
6 Ms.Aishwarya Acharya Final Year CSE
7 Mr.Bhuvanamithra S Final Year CV
8 Ms.Pragathi Nayak Third Year ECE
9 Mr.Vasanth Pai Final Year ECE Sergeant Arms
10 Ms.Samanvitha Bhagavath Second Year CSE

 

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National Service Scheme popularly known as NSS, the scheme was launched in 1969; Mahatma Gandhi Centenary year. The focal objective of the scheme is the overall development of personality of students by providing them with the opportunities to participate in the community development service programs and enable them to get experience by exposure to the life outside educational institutions.  The scheme has brought NSS volunteers in direct contact with the community problems, needs and development processes. This enables them to plan and organize need-based programs resulting in creation of tangible assets. The student volunteers have successfully participated in National Priority programs like total literacy campaigns, health and sanitation, environment awareness and enrichment programs, etc. NSS is integrated with the curriculum/academic programs and also has helped to make education more relevant to community development, national goals, social and economic processes. National  Service  Scheme  (NSS)  is  a  permanent  youth  Program  under  the Ministry  of  Youth  Affairs  and  Sports,  Government  of  India.

OBJECTIVE

  • Understand the community in which they work
  • Understand themselves in relation to their community
  • Identify the needs and problems of the community and involve them in problem solving process.
  • Develop among themselves a sense of social and civic responsibility
  • Utilize their knowledge in finding practical solution to individual and community problems
  • Develop competence required for group-living and sharing of responsibilities
  • Gain skills in mobilizing community participation
  • Acquire leadership qualities and democratic attitude
  • Develop capacity to meet emergencies and natural disaster
  • Practice national integration and social harmony

MOTTO

The motto or watchword of the NSS is “Not me but you”.  It  underlines  that  the  welfare  of  an  individual  is  ultimately  dependent  on  the  welfare  of  society  on the whole.  This  express  the  essence  of  democratic  living  and  upholds  the  need  of  selfless  service  and  appreciation  of  the  other  man’s  point  of  view  and  also  consideration  for  fellow  human  beings.

List of Departmental Coordinators for NSS (2016-17)

SL.NO.

NAME DESIGNATION DEPT.

ROLE

1 Prof.Dr.Thirumaleshwara Bhat Principal ME Chairman
2 Mr.Nagaraja Rao Associate Professor ECE Program Officer
3 Mr.Krishna kumar P Assistant Professor ECE Departmental Coordinators
4 Mr.Narayana Nayak Assistant Professor ME
5 Ms.Reshma Hebbar Assistant Professor CSE
6 Mr.Sunil Haldankar Assistant Professor CV

 

Office Bearers of National Service Scheme (2016-17)

SL.NO.

NAME CLASS

POSITION

1 Mr.Ananthraj L. Final Year ME President
2 Mr.Sandesh Kumar D Third Year ME Vice President
3 Ms.Anusha Pai Final Year ECE Secretary
4 Mr.Arun H.R Third  Year CV Treasurer
5 Ms.Varsha Keshav Uchil Final Year ECE Members
6 Ms.Joncil D’souza Third Year ECE
7 Mr.Yashaswi Shenoy Third Year ECE
8 Ms.B.M.Shikha Second Year ECE
9 Mr.Puneeth Kumar Second Year ECE
10 Ms.Aishwarya Acharya Final Year CSE
11 Ms.Sindhurani Final Year CSE
12 Ms.Archana Third Year CSE
13 Ms.Pooja P Third Year CSE
14 Ms.Megha Samaga Second Year CSE
15 Ms.Samanvitha Bhagavath Second Year CSE
16 Mr.Srinivas Bhat Final Year ME
17 Mr.Ashish H Prabhu Second Year ME
18 Mr.Pratheek I Second Year ME
19 Mr.Sanjay Bhandari Seond Year ME
20 Mr.Vikas Udupa Final Year CV
21 Mr.Manoj Kumar Second Year CV
22 Ms.Akshatha First Year A
23 Ms.Shreya Bhat First Year B
24 Mr.Chinmay R First Year C
25 Mr.Paurush First Year D
26 Ms.Vaishnavi V Katte First Year E
27 Ms.Meghana First Year F
28 Ms.Shradha Shetty First Year G

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The Indian Society for Technical Education (ISTE) is the leading National Professional non-profit making Society for the Technical Education System in our country with the motto of Career Development of Teachers and Personality Development of Students and overall development of our Technical Education System. The major objective of the ISTE is to provide quality training programs to teachers and administrators of technical institutions to update their knowledge and skills in their fields of activity and to assist and contribute in the production and development of top quality professional engineers and technicians needed by the industry and other organisations.

SMVITM has been certified by ISTE, New Delhi as the Institutional Member ( IM: 2248 ) in the year 2013. To extend the services from ISTE, an ISTE Student Chapter ( KA-114 ) and ISTE Faculty Chapter ( KA-118 ) has been formed to motivate faculty and student members in the institute to contribute their technical skills. All the teaching faculty in the institute are Life Members of ISTE and all students are also enrolled as ISTE Student Members during their period of engineering education in the institute. ISTE Chapters in SMVITM has organized several technical programs like National Conference, Seminars, Workshop, Faculty Development Program, technical competitions etc.

Objectives of ISTE Chapter

  • To apply curriculum and educational processes to changing conditions.
  • To develop excellent teachers and educational administrators.
  • To improve teaching methods and practices and administrative usages.
  • To enhance Professional ideals and standards to improve academics.
  • To make an effective linkage between technical institutions, industry and society.

Achievements

  • Snehal (Final Year Civil Engineering department) received the “Best Student Award” from ISTE Karnataka Section during the 12th ISTE State Level Student Convention 2015.
  • Bhuvanamitra (Final year Civil Engineering deparment) received the “Best Student Award” from ISTE Karnataka Section during the 13th ISTE State Level Student Convention 2016.
Office Bearers of ISTE Faculty Chapter (2017-18)
Sl.No Name Position Email ID Mobile No
1 Prof. Dr. Thirumaleshwara Bhat Chairman principal@sode-edu.in 9449330555
2 Mr. Siju V Soman Coordinator sijuvsoman@gmail.com 9164332645
3 Mrs. Ramya D Shetty Secretary shettyramya29@gmail.com 9620488077
4 Mr. Deepak Rao Treasurer rmdeepak@gmail.com 9743083663
5 Ms. Shinny Melita D Souza Member dsouza.shinny@gmail.com 9880696853
6 Mrs. Raviprabha K Member prabhaprakash28@gmail.com 9844990322
7 Mrs.Dhanyashree Vinay Member dhanyashree88@gmail.com 9663391945
8 Mrs.Kusuma Prabhu Member kusum.prabhu@gmail.com 9739319656
9 Mr.Vinaya Kumar S.R Member srvinayssit@gmail.com 9741851552
10 Mr.Ravinarayan R Rao Member ravinarayan.rrao@gmail.com 9481939824
11 Mr.Manjunath S Member manjunatha79smys@gmail.com 9900185033
12 Mrs.Nishitha D’Souza Member shoan500@gmail.com 9916823370
13 Mr.Roshan S. Kotian Member roshanskotian@gmail.com 9742406206
Office Bearers of ISTE Students Chapter (2016-17)
Sl.No Name Class /Sem Position
1 Mr.Gourav K.G 7th sem ME ‘A’ Co-ordinator
2 Ms.Sanchitha .B 7th sem CSE ‘B’ Secretary
3 Mr. V K Radheya 5th sem ECE ‘B’ Joint Secretary
4 Mr. Sandeep Nayak H 3rd sem CV Joint Secretary
5 Ms.Adithi R Hedge 7th sem CSE ‘A’ Member
6 Ms.Chaithra K Pai 5th sem CSE ‘A’ Member
7 Ms.Sahana Udupa 5th sem CSE ‘B’ Member
8 Ms. Jyothi J Kamath 3rd sem CSE ‘A’ Member
9 Mr. Trivikrama Bhat 3rd sem CSE ‘B’ Member
10 Mr.Kishor 7th sem CV Member
11 Mr.K.Aneesh Bhat 5th sem CV Member
12 Ms. Krithika Pai M 7th sem ECE ‘A’ Member
13 Ms.Shenoy Pooja D. J 7th sem ECE ‘B’ Member
14 Ms.B.M Shikha 5th sem ECE ‘A’ Member
15 Ms.Akshatha Bhat 3rd sem ECE ‘A’ Member
16 Ms.Vaishnavi Pai 3rd sem ECE ‘B’ Member
17 Mr.Abhinav Karaba 7th sem ME ’A’ Member
18 Mr.Sandesh Kumar 7th sem ME ‘B’ Member
19 Mr.Ashish H Prabhu 5th sem ME ‘A’ Member
20 Mr.Rakshith R 5th sem ME ‘B’ Member
21 Mr. Anirudh Rao 3rd sem ME ‘A’ Member
22 Mr. Paurush K Shetty 3rd sem ME ‘B’ Member
23 Mr.Deepak Nayak 1st sem ‘A’ Member
24 Mr.Raunak Choudhary 1st sem ‘B’ Member
25 Mr.Aneesh R Upadhya 1st sem ‘C’ Member
26 Mr.Puneeth Acharya 1st sem ‘D’ Member
27 Ms.Alfaa I Gurkar 1st sem ‘E’ Member
28 Mr.Pranav K.R 1st sem ‘F’ Member
29 Mr.Shrirama Acharya 1st sem ‘G’ Member

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Preamble

For the purpose of representing and serving the students of Shri Madhwa Vadiraja Institute of Technology& Management, Bantakal, in all matters concerning their education and wellbeing, a student body called a Student Council is established.The body is to bridge the student community with the college administration. However, this elected student council should not get linked with outside student organisations nor will have any obligations with them. The body will work under the code of conduct for students will abide to the rules and regulations set by the institution or management time to time.

The Council shall undertake the following duties and responsibilities of:

  1. Assisting the authorities in encouraging the continual improvement of engineering education andprofessionalism within the Institute and the University.
  2. Recognizing outstanding students in the Institute.
  3. Promoting co-curricular, extracurricular and sportsactivities in the Institute.
  4. Engaging dialogue between students and authorities/faculty in the Institute on matters of mutual concern.
  5. Encouraging student participation in intercollegiate events.
  6. Coordinating activities of various student chapters, cultural & technical associations at the Institute level.
  7. Supporting campus placement initiatives.
  8. Assisting in bringing out annual college magazine “AKSHARA”.
  9. Organizing annual cultural & technical fests of the Institute.
  10. Assisting in curbing the menace of ragging in the campus.
  11. Maintaining harmony and conducive academic environment in the Institute /campus.
  12. Improving faculty- staff- student interrelations.
  13. Supporting the Institute, management in all developmental activities and redressal of student grievances.

However the decision of the Principal is final in all issues handled by this Student council. Class Representatives are managing the duties and responsibilities of council.

Class Representatives

SL. NO. SEMESTER BRANCH SECTION ROLL NO./USN NAME
1. I CSE A 4MW17CS022 DEEPAK NAYAK P
2. I CSE B 4MW17CS078 SHLOKA S SHETTY
3. I ME C 4MW17ME001 AARON LAWRENCE ALVA
4. I ME D 4MW17ME040 NISHANTH S SHETTY
5. I CVE E 4MW17CV031 SHOUKATH ALI K H
6. I ECE F 4MW17EC012 BHARATH SHENOY
7. I ECE G 4MW17EC052 SUMANTH S S
8. III CSE A 4MW16CS048 P SHIVANI BHAT
9. III CSE B 4MW16CS084 SHREYA
10. III ME A 4MW16ME019 B SHANKAR SHENOY
11. III ME B 4MW16ME070 RAMITH D SHETTY
12. III CVE   4MW16CV019 NITHILESH UDUPA
13. III ECE A 4MW16EC029 MANISHA S JOGI
14. III ECE B 4MW16EC048 RUSHALI NAIK
15. V CSE A 4MW15CS028 DIVYA NAYAK
16. V CSE B 4MW15CS073 RANJAN
17. V ME A 4MW15ME020 DEVICHARAN T SHETTY
18. V ME B 4MW15ME068 POOJARY AKSHAYA RAJU
19. V CVE   4MW15CV045 SUMANTHA S G
20. V ECE A 4MW15EC014 B M SHIKHA
21. V ECE B 4MW15EC061 PUNEETH S KUMAR
22. VII CSE A 4MW14CS005 AMULYA S ACHARYA
23. VII CSE B 4MW14CS103 SUNETHRA KAMATH
24. VII ME A 4MW14ME050 JEEVAN S
25. VII ME B 4MW14ME089 RYAN ANTONY DSOUZA
26. VII CVE   4MW15CV409 NAVEEN
27. VII ECE A 4MW14EC018 AUDRY JENITHA BARBOZA
28. VII ECE B 4MW14EC065 RAHUL U HEBBAR

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