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About Mathare-T21

About Mathare-T21

I’m Shabana Yasmeen, a second year student of biomedical engineering at Karpaga  Vinayaga College of Engineering and Technology(KVCET). It is a pleasure to recall my responsibility as a student coordinator for organising and staging Maathare-T21 event (9th April, 2021) for celebrating womanhood and honouring women achievers from diverse fields. Though I had not coordinated such a huge event anytime before, I am proud to mention that the event came out with flying colours, thanks to the empowerment, encouragement and team work we received all around. I realised this is the right way a forward looking institution inculcates many valuable people skills such as social skills, respect, self-worth, team work, time management, an eye for detail, empathy and so on. You know what? I realized my potential.

I’m immensely proud to be a student of KVCET which invites many women achievers from various fields and honors them with great respect in Maathare events conducted annually.

 My favourite anchor Priyanka when she entered our state-of-the-art Auditorium, everyone (about 1200 audience) got excited and enthralled by her energy, presence of mind and eloquence. I loved her cool and enthusiastic attitude which was contagious. The program ended with a dazzling dance by
Among the many women achievers present, I am particularly inspired by Ms. Nivetha Jessica who received the “Inspiring racing champion” award. Her speech was stirring too.

Ms.Anusha Shree. The audience like myself enjoyed her performance. I took selfies with all the women achievers that made my day.

Coordinating such an event surely boosted our confidence, helped to have a friendly and healthy relationship with our seniors, staff, and other students.

Maathare-T21 truly has left me with beautiful memories. Whenever I think about my college days in the future, my participation in Maathare-T21 will be in my mind first, bringing a smile on my lips and joyful tears in my eyes. Very happy and proud to be a part of the grandeur event.

Learning Experience

Learning Experience

Rajasnekha (2017-21)

Biomedical Engineering

I gladly share here, a value added experience gained when we visited the Pathology and Anatomy laboratory at Karpaga Vinayaga Institute of Medical Sciences & Hospital, which is functioning in our KVEG campus.

The visit without any doubt added another dimension to our hitherto understanding of anatomy and physiology.   In anatomy laboratory, we were shown various specimens of human organs.

The cadaver and anatomy museum at KIMS too made the visit worthwhile. Professors and Doctors explained well the structure and function of human organs. It was really very interesting and added clarity to the subject.

In histopathology laboratories, they explained processing of tissue for diagnosis of diseases. This information did help during my final year project. In my project, I was interested to investigate applications of hydroxyapatite in dentistry.

I have got a wonderful opportunity at KVCET, because Karpaga Vinayaga Institute of Dental Sciences (KIDS) is also located in our campus. The dental surgeons mentored us during our project. The pathology department gave us suggestions for any course correction now and then based on our experimental results.

It was comfortable to complete my project well due to multiple facilities within the campus itself. In my opinion, these facilities and expertise available and accessible in the same campus give an unique advantage and opportunity for Biomedical Engineering students of Karpaga Vinayaga College of Engineering and Technology.

Transformational Experience in Toastmasters Club

Transformational Experience in Toastmasters Club

 Hi, I’m Kiruthiga.D (III Year, CSE, KVCET) and wish to share my transformational experience in our campus Toastmasters Club

Well, every journey has a destination. My journey through our Toastmasters club—from delivering speeches to acquiring leadership skills did help me to be a professional speaker.

KVCET is interested in students’ overall development, so they are providing financial support to all student members of the Toastmasters club international. I like to express my deep sense of gratitude to my college management for their generous support and making me part of a worldwide organization that is empowering me to turn my goals into reality.

Initially when I joined the club, I had my hesitation, inhibition to participate actively. Sooner, I felt comfortable and started taking active roles, shared my knowledge and desires in my short speeches. This is surely because of my fellow Toastmasters, who made me feel important. No one stigmatizes or ostracises my mistakes, instead they nurtured, encouraged and helped me to realize my potential.

So far, I had attended 30 meetings and in different roles such as speaker, timer, ah-counter, grammarian, evaluator and participant in table topic sessions. These multi-layer experiences helped me to become a better speaker quickly and smartly.

Summing up, I’m a living testimony of how Toastmasters International Club of our campus can transform a student into a competent speaker and leader. The most important investment you can make is in yourself. I am sure, Toastmasters club is a worthy investment.

Learning Experience

Learning Experience


Biomedical Engineering

The learning experience that I gained in the hospital training lab at Karpaga Vinayaga Hospital (KVH) included the cadaver and anatomy museum at Karpaga VInayaga Institute of Medical Sciences (KIMS) which gave me an adequate knowledge in anatomy and physiology.

In cadaver the knowledge was gained well as the professor  explained the overall anatomy and physiology of human body and also the dissected specimen, human skeleton and other specimen giving me an insight  to master the topics of the human anatomy.

I am deeply grateful for the staff who gave their valuable time and energy to explain about the biomedical equipments in the hospital training lab, where we understood the instrumentation, working principle and the real time demonstration of the equipments in our hospital.

The overall impression of my experience is that I understood comprehensively human anatomy and clinical aspects of biomedical equipments in a smart way.

Energy Saving Tips

Energy Saving Tips

Mr.B.VENKATAKRISHNAN (2nd year EEE student)


1.Turning off  the lights & fans when leaving a room:   

A basic habit to develop and foster is to make sure that you always turn off the lights & fans when  leaving a room.

 2.Switching to efficient appliances:

 Air conditioners and refrigerators are two of the most               energy-intensive appliances in a home and replacing these with better efficient models ( 5 star rating) can cut the electricity usage by half, thereby reducing your electricity bills.

 3.Unplug devices:

Needless to say how important it is to unplug devices when not in use, do not leave devices on standby but rather unplug them and save your electricity bill, and the planet.

4.Using smart meter:

A smart meter is a great way to see how much power you’re consuming, this will help you keep a track of your consumption in real-time, and where you can reduce it.

5.Washing at low temperature:

Wash clothes at a cooler temperature and with a full load, you will be saving a lot of water and electricity.

6.Solar-powered devices :

Using more solar-powered electronics can go a long way and can also lower your maintenance and replacement costs of such electronics.

7.Use LED lights:

Many homes are now moving towards smart LED lights as they not only look stylish and affordable but are also way more efficient than halogen bulbs.

8.Cook with the lid on:

This is a super simple hack in everyday life to save energy consumption, by cooking with the lid you are making sure to lessen the cooking time and water usage significantly. Pressure cooking is another smart way of saving energy and time.

9.Use smart automated devices:

Smart automated devices can lower your energy bills even when you forget to. Smart automation systems will detect when you’re no longer using a device and turn off the power supply.

10.Lessen water usage:

Some easy fixes to reduce your water consumption could be taking quick showers, using just the required amount of water while cooking and turning off running taps when not in use even for a few seconds.

Renewable Energy – Its Scope

Renewable Energy – Its Scope

Y.Gowsalya(III year, EEE)

In my view, the primary objective for deploying renewable energy in India is to fast track the economic development, improve energy security, improve access to energy and mitigate climate change. Sustainable development is possible by use of sustainable energy and by ensuring access to affordable, reliable, sustainable, and modern energy for citizens. Strong government support and the increasingly opportune economic situation have pushed India to be one of the top leaders in the world’s most attractive renewable energy markets. The government has designed policies, programs and a liberal environment to attract foreign investments to ramp up the country in the renewable energy market at a fast pace.