Monday, 29 September 2014

We thank our department and God Almighty for the success (MMH Dept)

And finally we have come to the end of our MMH fest which was silent for 4 long years. This year Xenios 2K14 have blasted its way to glory with the success of Internal Events, External events and Cultural Show. We thank our department and God Almighty for the success. Next up is the Marathon coming soon

Sunday, 28 September 2014

NSS Day Celeberations

The NSS Unit of Marian College observed the NSS day on September 24th.At 9.00 am, the NSS volunteers assembled to hoist the NSS flag.The flag was hoisted by the Principal in the presence of Ms Maria Paiva, Librarian, University of Utah.At 3.30 pm,the volunteers presented a flash mob and street play on Organ donation in front of the academic block. The street play was later staged at Kuttikkanam junction too.

Saturday, 20 September 2014

Inaguration SAI Extension Center

e-Seminar "Steps 2 Research" In Audio Visual Room

About the Seminar “STEPS 2 RESEARCH”

Steps 2 ResearchThe departments of Amal Jyothi College of Engineering, Computer Science & Engineering and Computer Applications in technical partnership with the ISTE Kerala section and the CSI Cochin Chapter, is intend to conduct a two day national level e-seminar on Steps 2 Research, which will focus on understanding research in multiple perspectives and help researchers to acquaint themselves with recent developments. The Seminar offers a unique opportunity to learn from very eminent academicians and research scientists by sharing their experiences and best practices blended with theoretical and experimental research. It also provides an excellent opportunity in equipping and enhancing your capabilities in the pursuit of your research programme, spanning from identification of the topic to documentation of the Thesis and related scholarly publications.
The seminar will be conducted on 19th and 20th September 2014, through A-View,a specially developed software tool, simultaneously at reputed institutions(list is given below) all over India. The course will include the delivery of two- way live lectures from Amal Jyothi and class rooms networked via internet.

Resource Persons

  • Dr. D. B Phatak,Department of Computer Science, IIT, Bombay
  • Rev. Dr. Jose Kannampuzha, Principal, Amal Jyothi College of Engineering
  • Dr. Kannan Moudgalya, Department of Chemical Engineering, IIT Bombay
  • Dr. Achyut Sankar S. Nair, Director, Centre for Bio Informatics,Trivandrum
  • Dr. Sahana Murthy, CDEEP, IIT Bombay
  • Dr. K. Alexander, Principal, S.D. College Kanjirappally, M.G. University
  • Dr. Soney C. George, Centre for Nano-Science & Technology, AJCE


Thursday, 18 September 2014

Chief Guest of the Day

Balan Madhavan is one of the most sought after travel photographers in India. He is a Fellow of the International League of Conservation Photographers (, the only one from India. He has taken part in conservation projects in USA and Mexico along with many top wildlife photographers of the world.

When he is not shooting wild nature in its pristine glory in remote corners of the world, Balan is busy shooting tourist destinations around India, particularly the south. His images are used for the promotion of tourism by many Indian states. Balan employs photography as both a tool and a mission statement for conservation. His work does much to raise awareness of pressing ecological and wildlife issues. His list of achievements is impressive and runs long. He is an Associate of the “Royal Photographic Society (ARPS)” of United Kingdom and an “Artiste of the Federation Internationale de l'Art Photographique (AFIAP)” of France. He has been featured on the covers of leading Indian photography magazines like ASIAN PHOTOGRAPHY and SMART PHOTOGRAPHY and is a celebrity spokesman for conservation on TV in his home state. Balan was the winner of the United Nations (UNEP) photography Award in1992 and has garnered no less than 150 awards in various photographic salons and contests across India in the course of a long and colorful career curve. However, winning awards and accolades don’t mean much to him anymore and he has stopped competing in professional events. He now primarily employs the tool and craft of photography for the important messages they can convey. He is a truly gifted photographer whose exceptional skill is complemented with a very rare element – versatility!

He has also published his pictures and his first book of photographs, titled "MOMENTS", received the best tourism publication award from the government of Kerala. His second book has just been released and is on the Periyar Tiger Reserve. Entitled "Periyar in her Elements", it is a collaborative effort with fellow naturalists and nature photographers from South India. His next book project is named "Water, Taken for Granted.” As is evident from its title, it is on a deeply topical theme that explores pictorially the crucial role of water in our lives. 

As always, a photographer’s bio is not complete without a hint of his gear. Balan’s cameras of choice include Canon and Nikon DSLR systems with an array of top class optics.

He lives in Tiruvananthapuram in Kerala with his family. You can write to him at and visit his website to know more about this exceptional photographer and his diverse body of work.

SILENS Photo Exhibition

Tuesday, 16 September 2014

Values Education Theme: Time management

Time management
is the act or process of planning and exercising conscious control over the amount of time spent on specific activities, especially to increase effectiveness, efficiency or productivity. How you spend your time is vital to your success. Time management includes scheduling your time, prioritizing your time, setting boundaries, and knowing your most effective time. 
A successful college student is someone who knows how to manage their most critical resource -- time. There are only 24 hours in a day. You may not have control over every scheduled hour of your day, but you can control how efficiently you use each minute. Consider success in college as a series of daily commitments to accomplishing your highest priority tasks first and fitting the little things in the spaces between. Make this a habit and you’ll see success in your college life.
The Benefits of Time Management: You are more productive. You reduce your stress. You improve your self-esteem. You achieve balance in your life. You avoid meltdowns. You feel more confident in your ability to get things done. You reach your goals.

10 Steps to Managing Your Time

1.       Set goals
2.       Know your priorities
3.       Know your most effective hours
4.       Make a schedule
5.       Know when it’s survival time
6.       Know when it’s celebration time
7.       Know what is most valuable to you
8.       Learn to say “no” to time wasters
9.       Relax and enjoy the extra time
10.   Revisit and revise your plan

Reflection Question: Do you have a schedule for organizing a day? Do you use a weekly/monthly /Semester Planner?
Activity: Set up Your Daily Plan/Weekly Plan/Semester Plan and share with your friend.



The Internal Events of Xenios 2014 begins Today (16/09/14). The first of the events is Cricket Super Skills at 3:30pm. Participants please report to the MMH department for registration before 3:30pm

Wednesday, 3 September 2014

Onam Greetings


Mr. Brijesh George
Dear All

Happy to inform you that Wipro Tech. has honoured Mr. Brijesh George, our Placement Officer with PLACEMENT OFFICER AWARD (Kerala Region) which is handed over by the National Head.

With warm regards,
Dr. Mendus Jacob.

Monday, 1 September 2014


NAVIGATOR 14 organized by UG Department of Computer Applications was held on 27th and 28th of AUGUST. 1147 students took part from various colleges. AMAL JYOTHI COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING KANJIRAPPALLY won the Best College Title.

Marian Management Association

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