Mysuru, February 11:- ATME College of Engineering conducted its 3rd alumni meet at its campus recently. The programme was started with the lighting of the lamp by the dignitaries.
Chief guest L Arun Kumar, chairman ATME, opined that the alumni will benefit in two ways, they can interact with their college mates and share their views in and out of the college campus they have experienced. “Also, they can share their industrial and global exposure with their batch mates and also advice their juniors. The feedback given by the alumni can be taken for further development activities and include their views in the curriculum wherein future batch students can be industry ready for placement.”
Guest of honour Dr Syed Shakeeb Ur Rahman, former principal of SJCE, appreciated the growth and development of the institution within a short span of time of just eight years and also highlighted the spirit in going for NBA Accreditation in a short period. “Normally, many institutions take more than 10 years in enrolling for NBA Accreditation. The students from NBA Accredited colleges have the advantage of getting admissions at the global level and will also be beneficial to get better employment opportunities.”
Dr.Basavaraj L, the principal, ATMECE, presided over the alumni function and interacted with the alumni.
ATME managing committee’s secretary K Shivashankar, treasurer Veeresh R and heads of various departments, staffs, students were present during the function.
The alumni chief coordinator Dr Puttegowda, professor, Department Computer Science and Engineering, welcomed the dignitaries. The programme was anchored by Keerthana M, assistant professor, Department of CSE and vote of thanks rendered by Shruthi P, assistant professor, Department of CSE. (MR)