The following students have performed in the competition.
- Keerthana P
- Narmada S S
- Arshika F
- Dancy A
- Sushmitha B
- Ruthra senan B
- Suga vasanth K
- Vishali A
The following students have performed in the competition.
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The Department of Biomedical Engineering has signed a MoU (Memorandum of Understanding) with M/s Atheena Pandian Private Limited, Chennai on 11th November 2022, facilitating collaboration between the company and the PKIET on providing trainings, workshops and placement assistance for the students of department of Biomedical Engineering.
The MoU has been signed between the Founder-cum-CEO of M/s Atheena Pandian Pvt. Ltd and the Principal Dr. A. Kumar, in the presence of the Head of the Department Dr. R. Sathishkumar and the student coordinator Dr. B. Shankarlal.
The students association of Biomedical Engineering - PROBE (PKIET Rapport Organisation of Biomedical Engineers) was inaugurated by Dr. Atheena Pandian, in the presence of Dr. M. Aramudhan, Head of the Department, Information Technology and Dr. M. Pravin kumar, Head of the Department, Petrochemical Engineering, on 22nd November 2022.
The chief guest of the event Dr. Atheena Milagi Pandian introduced the Logo of the PROBE, to everyone and the staff coordinators and office bearers of the PROBE were introduced. The academic achievers of the department of Biomedical Engineering was greeted and awarded with the Prizes, by Dr. M. Aramudhan and Dr. M. Pravin kumar.
The chief guest Dr. Atheena Milagi Pandian, delivered a technical session on "Employability Scope for Biomedcial Engineering" highlighting the job opportunities in the trending biomedical equipment and the need for upskilling in the field of servicing the biomedical equipments. The professors, lab assistants and administrative staff were participated and benefited.
The PKIET NSS Team in association with Parents Teachers Welfare Association (PTWA), Karaikal have conducted an Awareness Programme on Drug Abuse: Prevention and Control on 12th OCtober 2022. The programme was presided by the District Collector, Karaikal Shri. L. Mohammed Mansoor.
Dr. V. Arulmurugan, Coordinator, Pondicherry University, Mr. A. Vincent, President, PTWA. Mr. E A. Nelson, Vice-Secretary, PTWA, Mr. SPK Suresh Kanna, Vice President, PTWA, Mr. K. Ravichandran, Secretary, PTWA, Dr. M. Aramudhan, HOD/IT, Dr. M. Dhamodaran, NSS Programme Officer, PKIET, the staffs and the students of PKIET were present at the awareness programme.
The programme begun with the prayer song and the Principal Dr. A Kumar welcomed the gathering. The Chief Guest Shri. L. Mohammed Mansoor, District Collector addressed the gathering by mentoring the students that the education is not the only tool to employment and that it must be given with moral values.
He advised the students to not to go for drugs when they are depressed and the every human must hold on to their values and ethics to have a good life. He further motivated the students to be good, peaceful and happy life.
Followed by his speech, the PTWA president Shri. A. Vincent addressed the gathering and thanked the collector for presiding the programme by spending his valuable time with us for inspiring the students.
Dr. M. Aramudhan, HOD/IT had introduced the resource person and listed the achievements of Dr. V. Arulmurugan, Professor, PU.
Dr. V. Arulmurugan interacted with the students and discussed with them about their desires in life. He also enlisted the ways to differentiate between the good desires and the bad desires and guided them to train the students to stay away from the bad desires.
The programme was concluded with the Vote of Thanks by Mr. E. A. Nelson, Vice-Secretary, PTWA.
On the 15th day of September 2022, Engineer’s Day was celebrated at PKIET campus by the Department of Petrochemical Engineering to commemorate the birth anniversary of our legendary Engineer and pride of Indian Engineering Shri Mokshagundam Vishveshvaraya.
The programme got underway with the traditional Prayer song from the students of Petrochemical Engineering. The invitees for the programme include
· Dr.A.Kumar, Principal PKIET,
· Dr.M.Aramudhan, Head of the department, Information Technology
· Dr.G.Vasudevan, Head of the department i/c, Agricultural Engineering
· Dr.R.Sathishkumar, Head of the department i/c, Biomedical Engineering,
· Dr.S.Manikandan, First Year Academics Coordinator
· Dr.M.Dhamodharan , Head of the department-Chemistry
· Dr.Raje, Assistant Professor-Physics
· Assistant Professors -Information Technology Dr.P.Elango, Dr.S.Tiroumal Mouroughane, Dr.Balamurugan and Dr. D.Rajaguru.
June 26 is International Drug Eradication Day. It has been observed annually on June 26 since 1989.
The International Drug Eradication Program 2022 was held at the Perunthalaivar Kamarajar Institute of Engineering and Technology (PKIET), (A constituent college of the Puducherry Technological University) in association with the Karaikal District Police and the NSS unit of PKIET.
Dr. M. Aramudhan, Associate Professor and Head, Department of Information Technology welcomed the Chief Guests and the gathering.
Karaikal District Senior Superintendent of Police Mr. R. Lokeswaran addressed the function. The ceremony was held in the presence of Karaikal District Superintendent of Police Mr. Nithin Ramesh and Thirunallar Superintendent of Police Mr. Arivuchelvam.
Karaikal District Senior Superintendent of Police Mr. R. Lokeswaran informed the gathering that the school children and college students are increasingly addicted to this habit. According to the study, about 2 lakh 50 thousand people die every year due to drug addiction. Everyone should give up this habit that can affect us and those around us and go on the right path in life. 'This Drug Abuse Day' is observed to work against drug abuse and to eradicate drugs.
Superintendent of Police Mr. Nitin Ramesh while addressing the students said that drug eradication has become a major challenge internationally. Today is the Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking, and the United Nations says in a statement that people around the world need to be more united and focused on tackling the threat to the lives of millions of people, including young people. The theme of this year's Drug Prevention Day is "Better Care is Better Knowledge".
The UN estimates that about 35.6 million people worldwide are affected by drugs. According to the 2020 World Drug Report released by the Office on Drugs and Crime. Adolescents and adolescents make up a large proportion of drug users, most of whom suffer from HIV, hepatitis C and other related diseases.
The report states that only one in eight people in need of treatment and rehab can get it. Those who need help can approach the office of the Superintendent of Police, he said. More than a hundred faculty, staff and students participated in the event. Dr. M. Damodharan thanked the team and proposed the Vote of Thanks.
‘Yoga is the Journey of the self through the self to the self.’
International Day of Yoga or commonly known as Yoga Day, is celebrated on 21st June every year since its inception in 2015. Yoga is a physical, mental and spiritual practice originated in Bharat or India.