Counselling Code 2634

Clubs & Societies

Club Incharges & Contact Details

GREEN CLUB & SWACHH BHARAT

Responsibilities
Beautifying selected roadside area with plants including ornamentals and putting campaign boards to create awareness on environment
Action based activities like tree plantation, maintaining an herbal garden, holding cleanliness drives both inside and outside the campus
Organizing rallies, marches, street plays at public places to create awareness about the importance of environment
Organizing seminars, debates, lectures and talks by invited persons on environmental issues
To sensitize the students to minimize the use of plastic materials and other non-biodegradable materials which pose environmental hazards
Creating awareness on the importance of saving water and on the installation of Rain Water Harvesting Tanks
Creating awareness about the dangers of exploiting natural resources
Placing placards in the classrooms regarding the preservation of environment
Visiting local forest areas, sanctuaries, botanical gardens, parks and industrial areas including the waste management sites
Documentation of the flora and fauna of the campus
Other activities including the conducting of various competitions viz., Painting, Pencil Sketching, Rangoli, Paste the Picture, Wealth out of Waste, Debate on Environment-related Days, Essay Writing, Card Making etc., related to environmental issues
Seed bank collection
Bird watching and documentation
Making cloth bags out of old clothes

LEO CLUB

The objective of the Leo Club Program is “To provide the youth of the world with an opportunity for development and contribution, individually and collectively, as responsible members of the local, national and international community.” Leo club members around the world fulfill this objective every day.

Main Activities of a LEO Club
LEO Clubs plan, organize and execute fundraising activities in order to raise money for a perceived project.
LEO Clubs dedicate a significant time and effort to serving a segment of the underprivileged in their community.
Each LEO Club annually plans, organizes and executes a main project directed at a specific cause and/or developmental need.
LEO Club members connect with LEOs around the world, through global conferences, forums, workshops and events, during which, LEOs share their experiences and establish acquaintances and friendships in different countries of the world.

MATHS CLUB

The Mathematical Challenge & Problem Solving Club is known as the ‘Maths Club’.     A Maths club is an opportunity for everybody to have fun with Maths. It helps to develop students’ knowledge and enhance creative minds. Maths club allows to work flexibly and creatively. Maths is for everyone and therefore it helps to share ideas, strategies and cultivates their mathematical development.

Maths Club Activities
Maths Puzzles
Maths Games
Maths Magic
Maths Art
Card games
Dice games
Board games
Mathematical Tricks
Video Conferencing with a Mathematician
Making a Maths-video or podcast
Maths Competitions

Maths Club games are an integral part of practical Maths experience. They provide a motivating context to explore concepts, develop subject knowledge, improve problem-solving and enjoy Maths.

ROTARACT CLUB

Rotaract Clubs bring together people aged 18 and older to exchange ideas with leaders in the community, develop leadership and professional skills, and have fun through service. In communities worldwide, Rotary and Rotaract members work side by side to take action through service. Rotaract focuses on the development of young adults as leaders in their communities and workplaces. … “Rotaract” stands for “Rotary in Action”, although the name originally comes from a combination of “Rotary” and “Interact” (International + Action), the High School level programme created by Rotary International in 1962.

Personal Growth and Development

Membership in Rotaract ensures continuing growth and education in human relations and personal development.

Leadership Development

Rotaract is an organization of leaders and successful people. Serving in Rotaract positions is like college education. 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.

TREKKING CLUB

The Trekking Club of Excel Engineering College focuses on understanding the magnificence of the earth along with adventurous fun. The aim of this club is to create interest among the staff and students in nature protection activities. This club inculcates valuable lessons from trekking which are likely to stay with them throughout their life. It becomes very important to unwind and rejuvenate oneself after living a hectic life for the most part of the year. Trapped in a dull routine, our mind performs the best when allowed to break the routine and explore the unexplored.

Leadership Development
To promote Adventure Sports among the youth
To promote integrity and solidarity through adventure sports
To generate better quality of human resources through adventure sports

YOUTH RED CROSS (YRC)

The Red Cross Society is a worldwide, well-known, universally accepted, admired and internationally identified humanitarian service organisation. It is the biggest, independent non-religious, non-political, non-sectarian and voluntary relief organisation treating people all over the world equally, without any discrimination as to their nationality, race and religious beliefs. A substantial portion of the membership of Indian Red Cross Society is made up of young people. Young volunteers can make a significant contribution to meeting the needs of the most vulnerable people within their local communities through Red Cross youth programme.

FINE ARTS CLUB

The Fine Arts Club of Excel Group Institutions plays a vital role in keeping the Campus vibrant and tension-free.  The activities organised by the Club are of such nature that every youngster finds an outlet in them for bringing out the nobler and socially acceptable activities which are part and parcel of any ennobling Campus Life.

The Competitions are conducted to give a push to students to feel the thrill and pride of achievement in Music and Group Songs, Culturals and Group Dance and Photography & Mobile Videography. Taking into consideration the limitations of real time performance, the coordinators, namely, Dr. Thomas Mathew, ASP/English & Mrs J Kavitha, AP/Chemistry, struck upon the idea of Online Performances brought on a Virtual Platform for adjudging the best performer. The Management of Excel Group Institutions does all it can to make the life of the students on the Campus as joyful as possible.

RED RIBBON CLUB

Red Ribbon Club is a movement started by the Government of India in schools and colleges through which, the students will spread awareness about HIV / AIDS.

Objectives
Educate youth with correct, concise and adequate information and heighten their level of awareness about HIV AIDS, STD and other related issues (thus eliminate myths and misconceptions).
Enable youth to identify and understand situations of exploitation and abuse.
Sensitize the youth regarding care and support needs of people affected with HIV AIDS and instill in them the spirit to reduce the stigma and discrimination against them.
Create and train from among the youth a cadre of peer educators for spreading awareness about HIV-AIDS and its prevention in the community.

NATIONAL CADET CORPS (NCC)

National Cadet Corps is the youth wing of the Indian Armed Forces with its headquarters in New Delhi, India. It is open to school and college students on voluntary basis, a Tri-Services Organization, comprising the Army, Navy and Air Wing, engaged in grooming the youth of the country into disciplined and patriotic citizens. The soldier youth foundation in India is a voluntary organization which recruits cadets from high schools, higher secondary schools, colleges and universities all over India. The Cadets are given basic military training in small arms and in drill. The officers and cadets have no liability for active military service once they complete their course.

NATIONAL SERVICE SCHEME (NSS)

The National Service Scheme (NSS) is an Indian government-sponsored flagship for public service programme conducted by the Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports of the Government of India. Popularly known as NSS, the scheme was launched in Gandhiji’s Birth Centenary year in 1969. Aimed at developing students’ personality through community service, NSS is a voluntary association of young people in Colleges, Universities and at +2 Level Schools working for a campus – community (esp. villages) linkage.

All the youth volunteers who opt to serve the nation through the NSS-led community service wear the NSS Badge with pride and possess a sense of responsibility towards helping the needy. An NSS volunteer who takes part in the Community Service Programme would either be a college level or a senior secondary level student. Being active in this service scheme, these student volunteers will have the exposure and experience to be the following:

an accomplished social leader
an efficient administrator
a person who understands human nature
Create and train from among the youth a cadre of peer educators for spreading awareness about HIV-AIDS and its prevention in the community.

ENGLISH LITERARY ASSOCIATION

The English Literary Association (ELA) gives an impetus to the literary urge in the students with the ultimate intention of honing their Communicative Skills as well as Leadership Skills. There were a lot of takers for various competitions right from the 1st Year students. A Poetry Writing Competition and a 3-Minute Speech Competition was held and adjudged by competent Judges. Debate and Literary Quiz have been slated for the Second Semester starting on the 19th of April 2021.

Sahaj Sabharwal of AERO-I became the Winner for Poetry Writing and Aadithya PK of Agri-I became the Runner Up. The Third Place was taken by Adarsh Kumar of Agri-I.

As for the Speech Competition, Shivam Raj of Aero-I bagged the First Prize and Nithya Kalyani M of Agri-I, the Second.  The Third Prize went to Pooja S of Agri-I. The ELA ensures that even those who are not able to shine in physically fulfilling activities have their chance in intellectual pursuits that give them fulfillment.

INSTITUTIONS INNOVATION COUNCIL (IIC)

Excel Engineering College has established Institutions Innovation Council under the guideline of the Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD), Govt. of India, and in particular, the MHRD’s Innovation Cell (MIC), to systematically foster the culture of Innovation amongst all Higher Education Institutions (HEIs).
The primary mandate of MIC is to encourage, inspire and nurture young students by supporting them to work with new ideas and transform them into prototypes while they are in their formative years.
MIC has envisioned encouraging the creation of ‘Institution’s Innovation Council (IICs)’ across selected HEIs.
A network of these IICs will be established to promote innovation in the Institutions through multitudinous modes leading to an innovation-promoting eco-system in the campuses.

Competitive Exams & Higher Education Cell

Competitive Exams & Higher Education Cell intensively motivates and guides the students for different types of competitive exams such as UPSC, TNPSC, GATE, GRE, TOEFL and other entrance examinations. This cell will provide guidance, brochures, study materials and other information about competitive exams to the interested students. The club is a community of like-minded students and becomes a meeting point for coordinating their activities. Along with preparations for these exams, the collaboration within the club empowers the students to look at the events around them and widen their vision and ambitions.

Objectives
To motivate students for prospective careers in the Government Sector
To create awareness among students, provide guidance, and other relevant information about various competitive examinations
To conduct career development seminars and workshops on competitive exams
To develop resources and facilities for the aspirants of competitive exams

ICT ACADEMY

ICT (Information Communication Technology) Academy is an initiative of the Government of India in collaboration with the state Governments and Industries. ICT Academy is a not-for-profit society, the first of its kind and a pioneer venture under the Public-Private-Partnership (PPP) model that endeavours to train the higher education teachers and students thereby bringing about the development of the next generation teachers and industry-ready students. ICT Academy was started to meet the skill requirements of the industry and generate more employment especially in tier 2 and tier 3 towns, and the rural parts of the country. The organization was formed with representations from the State Government of Tamil Nadu, leading companies in the ICT industry and National Association of Software Services Companies (NASSCOM) in India. With the training of teachers and students as the primary objective, ICT Academy has been working through a seven-pillar programme in the areas covering Faculty Development, Student Skill Development, Entrepreneurship Development, Youth Empowerment, Industry-Institute Interaction, Digital Empowerment and Research & Publications.

IETE

The Institution of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineers (IETE) is India’s leading recognized professional society devoted to the advancement of Science and Technology of Electronics, Telecommunication & IT. Founded in 1953, it serves more than 69,000 members through 64 centers, spread all over India and abroad. The Institution provides leadership in Scientific and Technical areas of direct importance to the national development and economy. Government of India has recognized IETE as a Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (SIRO) and also notified it as an educational venture of national eminence.

Objectives
To promote the general advancement of telecommunication engineering, electronics and multidisciplinary subjects and their application
To facilitate the exchange of information and ideas on these subjects amongst the IETE student members and faculties of the Institution
To organize conferences, symposia, seminars, workshops, etc. for the dissemination of technological information amongst students and faculty members
To hold and promote exhibitions of instruments, apparatuses, and machineries related to electronics, telecom engineering and allied subjects
To print, publish, and sell proceedings, technical papers, treatises, reports of the institution, etc.

IIT REMOTE CENTRE

A Remote Center (RC) is a place from where the participants/people can interact with the instructor (faculty at IIT) who is conducting the course or delivering a lecture from IIT Bombay. The live lectures are transmitted at Remote Centers using A-VIEW software.

The Remote Center (RC) is usually a reputed engineering college with good facility and infrastructure.
It acts as a host for the virtual classroom environment created by A-VIEW.
The participant can attend the workshop in a RC close to his/her place. The RC minimizes the logistics of travel, boarding and lodging.

IIT Bombay created history by conducting a mega-workshop on Introduction to Research Methodologies, to train 10,000 teachers at hundreds of Remote centers spread across the country. The workshop was conducted in the distance mode, using A-VIEW software and Internet, as part of the National Mission on Education through ICT (MHRD, Govt. of India). More than 8500 teachers participated from over 165 RCs.

WOMEN EMPOWERMENT CELL

Women Development Cell was established in the college in 2014. The cell aims to empower the girl society, to enhance understanding of issues related to women and to make the college campus a safe environment for women students.

Objectives
To create awareness among the girl students about Women’s protection Laws and Rights
To address the complaints and problems of Women Students and Staff
To strengthen the girl students physically, mentally and to extend more support to face the present day problems
To prevent any kind of women harassment in the campus
To motivate girls to become Entrepreneurs

CSI

Computer Society of India is the first and largest body of computer professionals in India. It was started on 6 March 1965 by a few computer professionals and has now grown to be the national body representing computer professionals Through the initiatives of Professor Rangaswamy Narasimhan, its first President, CSI has been in close liaison with International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP) since its inception in 1965, when observers from India attended the IFIP Council meeting.CSI is one of the most famous society associated with computer professionals. It was introduced in Excel Engineering College in 2017 with members from the faculty and the students. The members of this society conduct monthly students meet where they discuss about the various advancements in computer technology.