CSE Clubs

Developer Students Club

Developer Student Clubs (DSC) is a program presented by Google Developers. DSCs are university-based community groups for students. Students from all undergraduate or graduate programs with an interest in growing as a developer are welcome. By joining a DSC, students grow their knowledge in a peer-to-peer learning environment and build solutions for local businesses and their community.

DSC launched in 2017 as a pilot in India to help solve the challenges university graduates were facing securing employment in the tech industry. We aimed to provide students with the resources, opportunities and, experience necessary to be industry-ready, all while still pursuing their degrees. Since then, the program grew from Asia to Africa; Europe, parts of the Middle East and North America- DSCs are training thousands of student developers and working with their communities to solve real-life problems. Our community is present in 700 universities across the globe.

Developer students club AJCE chapter got initiated as a result of Mr. Alwin Dani Sam from Semester 4 Computer Science Department being selected by Google Developers to be the Lead for the community in January 2019. The immense support from the faculty coordinator Mr. Jayakrishna V along with Mr. Manoj T Joy, HoD CSE and the management we were able to set up the club. The formal inauguration of the club took place with a two day ML Study Jam. Since then DSC AJCE has conducted over 10 events ranging from hands-on sessions to codelabs, helping several final year and other projects on its course. We were delighted to bring in sessions about the latest technologies like Google Cloud Platform, Flutter and so on. DSC AJCE is proud to have inspired over 500 students in one or the other way through our events and talk sessions.

Being the technical partner for several programs organized by the Computer Science and other departments we were able to offer back to the college and the trust and blessing they have bestowed upon us. The community has grown folds by sharing and gaining knowledge as well as having much care for each one.

Events Organized
  1. Intro to Flutter Development
Date: February 16, 2019
  1. Two-day ML Study Jam
Date: March 29 & 30, 2019
  1. Python Boot Camp
Date: March 15 & 16,2019
  1. Cloud Fest
Date: August 8, 2019
  1. DSC HacktoberFest
Date: October 3, 2019
  1. Developer Student Club Solutions Challenge
Date: Two-month long event
  1. JavaScript Workshop
Date: October 21, 2019
  1. Python Workshop
Date: November 1 & 2, 2019
  1. Explore ML Beginner Session
Date: January 31, 2020
  1. A Deep Insight
Date: Feb 6, 2020
Achievements
Reboot Hackathon – First Prize Zonal level Thrissur
Secured second prize for mobile app development challenge-Dot Hack
Reboot Hackathon – Second Prize Zonal Level Kollam
Coordinator
Mr. Jayakrishna V, Asst. Professor, CSE
Ms. Neethu C Sekhar, Asst. Professor, CSE
Mr. Alwin Dani Sam, S6 CSE – A
Mr. Ruben Abraham Shibu, S4 CSE – B

Earth and Gardening Club

Earth and Gardening Club was formed by a group of students and teachers of Computer Science & Engineering Department of Amal Jyothi College of Engineering Kanjirappally. The  Club is organized and facilitated by students and is devoted to environmental awareness, education, and related action locally. The members have a wide range of interests - vegetables, flowers, trees and shrubs, houseplants, or just about any other garden topic you can think of! The club members are a down-to-earth, friendly group of gardeners and we welcome new members with open arms. Club members creates the art and craft of growing plants in the lawns of campus to create peaceful, calm and learning environment for everyone in the campus. The plants are grown with a aim of creating a beauty within the landscape.

Coordinators
Ms. Fabeela Ali Rawther, AP in CSE
Ms. Neenu R, AP in CSE
Ms. Aleena Thomas S3 B.Tech

FOSS CLUB

FOSS CLUB of AJCE partnered with ICFOSS from 2013 onwards and started conducting and participating in several FOSS related state level, national and international workshops, seminars and professional meets and symposiums. ICFOSS, provided us with grants for conducting workshops as part of spreading  FOSS awareness among students as well as local society.

The vision of ICFOSS is to become a leading research organisation in Free and Open Source model of knowledge development thereby contributing towards sustainable development of society and to stimulate economic development in the region.

Some benefits offered by FOSS tools are: Coordinator
Mr. Jayakrishna V, AP in CSE