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COLLEGE CODE : MUT

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A talk series initiated by the senior batch students for juniors focusing on the various applications of the Mathematical concepts in different engineering branches.

MATH CLUB organized HYPE Talk series in Nov 2023.Coordinators: EV Harish, Minu Mathew, Merlin Joseph
A talk series initiated by the senior batch students for juniors focusing on the various applications of the Mathematical concepts in different engineering branches.

Number Theory and its Applications in Cyber Security and AI

The Department of Basic Science and Humanities conducted a Faculty Development Program on “Number Theory and its Applications in Cyber Security and AI” on 29th January 2024.

Resource person: Dr. A Balu, Asst. Professor, IIIT Kottayam.

Venue: Albert Einstein Hall

Program coordinators

E V Harish, Asst. Prof. Mathematics

Sneha Sebastian, Asst. Prof. Mathematics

MATH CLUB of MITS conducted a Quiz Competition exclusively for first year students on 27th October 2023 at 2pm.

Talk on “A LInear Algebraic Approach to Optimization in Machine Learning for Clustering"

The MATH CLUB of MITS conducted a Talk on “A LInear Algebraic Approach to Optimization in Machine Learning for Clustering” on 21/07/23 for the first year students
Resource Person: Dr. Linu Pinto, Assistant Professor , CUSAT.

Preloved Alley

Preloved Alley, a thrift store established at MITS, initiated by Ms Anju M Shaji, Assistant Professor, Department of Basic Science & Humanities and a team of students, organized a highly successful three-day thrift sale during the campus arts and tech fest from 30th March to 1st April. The initiative began with a collection drive where students generously donated a diverse range of items, including clothing, ornaments, books, and more. This effort aimed to cultivate a thriving thrifting culture among MITS students, fostering sustainable practices and encouraging the adoption of environmentally friendly habits.

By offering second-hand items at affordable prices, the thrift store not only reduces waste but also promotes conscious consumption within the campus community. Another remarkable initiative called Meraki was also added to this space to uplift the creativity of students. As part of Meraki, students were encouraged to bring items they had created, showcasing their unique talents and skills

 

Report on MITS MUN

On 9th and 10th December the MITS MUN club held their first ever conference after COVID-19 with 28 delegates and three executive board members. The opening ceremony on 9th December was attended by our principal Dr Neelakantan PC, our vice principal Dr. Chikku Abraham and HOD of Basic Science and Humanities  Dr.Mary Lissy .The welcome address was given by Nandhana Rajeev from  S3 CSA. It was followed by addresses from our principal and vice principal

By 11am the official conference began, the executive board with an introductory session on MUN to give the first time delegates an idea of the structure of the conference. For the executive board we invited Mr. Karthik Uday , Ms Aysha Hussain and Ms Falthima Althaf they are proficient in MUN conferences and have prior knowledge of the proceedings .

 

Basic Science & Humanities of Muthoot Institute of Technology and Science organised *SCIENCIA 23*

As a part of National Science Day celebration (Feb 28) to commemorate
the discovery of Raman Effect by Nobel laureate Sir C V Raman, Department
of Basic Science & Humanities of Muthoot Institute of Technology and
Science organised *SCIENCIA 23* .
The event was inaugurated by Dr.Neelakantan PC, Principal of Muthoot
Institute of Technology and Science . Dr.Prince P R, Assistant Professor in
Physics from University College Trivandrum delivered the expert talk on the
topic *Universe We live* .After the expert talk a science quiz was conducted
exclusively for students.

The Dept of Basic Science & Humanities organized the event MYSTERY MAYHEM for SHRESHTA 2023 the Tech Fest of the college : April 1, 2023

The Dept of Basic Science & Humanities organized the event MYSTERY MAYHEM for SHRESHTA 2023 the Tech Fest of the college.

Date: April 1, 2023

Faculty Coordinator: Ms. Aarya P

Dept Coordinator: E V Harish

It was an ultimate intercollegiate competition that put the participants’ investigative and problem solving skills to test. 29 teams from various colleges registered for the event.

The first prize was shared by two teams from MITS.

I Prize

  • Adish S
  • Sandra B S
  • Aanand Deva Suresh
  • Amalendu P
  • Sanjay MS
  • Adnan Al Ameer
  • Gautham Krishna Binoy
  • Basil B Palathinkal

TRANSCENDUS for SHRESHTA 2023 the Tech Fest of the college. 

The Dept of Basic Science & Humanities organized the event TRANSCENDUS for SHRESHTA 2023 the Tech Fest of the college.

 

Date: March 31 & April 1, 2023

Faculty Coordinator: Ms. Dr. Kavitha S

Dept Coordinator: E V Harish

It was an interdisciplinary event in which the participants’ knowledge in physics, chemistry, math, sports, life skills, economics, management, etc. were put to test. Ten teams from various colleges in the state registered for the event.

Winners:

First: Model Engineering College, Thrikkakkara

Second: Muthoot Institute of Technology & Science,

Third: IISER, TVM

Statistical Modelling for Data Science using Python on January 25th and 27th, 2023

Department of Basic Science and Humanities & Department of Artificial Intelligence and Data Science conducted FDP on Statistical Modelling for Data Science using Python on January 25th and 27th, 2023

FDP on Statistical Modelling for Data Science using Python

The Math Club of MITS  organized “Teach The Teacher”

The Math Club of MITS  organized “Teach The Teacher”
competition on 11-01-2023 (Wednesday) at 2p.m. in room number M111.

AN INVITED TALK ON ‘DISCRETE MATHEMATICAL STRUCTURES - AN OVERVIEW’

The Department of Basic Science & Humanities organized an invited talk for the students of S3 CS branches.

Resource person: Dr. Aparna Lakshmanan S, Associate Professor, Department of Mathematics, CUSAT.

Venue: Visvesvaraya Hall.

Programme coordinators

(1) Dr. Tesymol Cyriac, Asst. HOD, Dept. of BS &H

2) E V Harish, Asst. Prof. Mathematics

UBUNTU TRAINING PROGRAMME, 2023

The Department of Basic Science & Humanities organised ‘UBUNTU’, a professional etiquette and leadership training programme for a selected group of 75 first-year students on 18 January 2023 from 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Visvesvaraya Hall. The resource person for the training was Dr Pramod Dinakar, Assistant Professor and Research Supervisor, Chinmaya Vishwa Vidyapeeth Deemed to be University, Ernakulam. The programme was coordinated by Ms Anju M Shaji, Assistant Professor, English.

Dr Pramod incorporated a participatory and experiential approach to involve and groom the students as professionals and leaders. The students were enthusiastic and shared their interest for phase-2.

Webinar on "Get Ready For Life - Skills and Habits to be Acquired"

The Department of BS & H conducted a Webinar on”Get Ready For Life – Skills and Habits to be Acquired”.

The session was handled by Dr. Jagajeevan R.

 

 

NATIONAL WEBINAR ON "APPLICATION OF NANOMATERIALS IN ENERGY DEVICES"

The Department of BS & H conducted a National Webinar on

“APPLICATION OF NANOMATERIALS IN ENERGY DEVICES”.

The session was handled by Dr. Sreekumar Kurungot.

 

Faculty Development Programme on "MATHEMATICS FOR DATA SCIENCE"

The Department of BS & H conducted a FDP on “Mathematics for Data Science

Day 1 – 19-08-2020 – Wednesday – Singular Value Decomposition and its Application  (Dr. Vittal Rao)

Day 2 – 20-08-2020- Thursday – Designing large interconnection networks, Scale free networks (Dr. Ambat Vijayakumar)      

Day 3 – 21-08-2020 – Friday – Statistical Inference and Probability Distributions  (Dr. Asha Gopalakrishnan)

Day 4 – 24-08-2020 – Monday –    Math for Data Science  (Dr. G. Santhosh Kumar)

Day 5 – 25-08-2020 – Tuesday –   An Introduction to Optimization  (Dr. K.Muralikrishnan)

 

In-house Faculty Development Programme - January 2020

Date: 6th January 2020

Session 1  : Professionalism at Workplace by Dr. Mary Anthony

Session 2 : Introduction to Data Science by Ms. Tesymol Cyriac

Session 3 : Theories of Moral Development: Kohlberg’s
Theory and Gilligan’s Theory  by Dr. Gincy P Kuriakose

Session 4 : How to Stay Fit by Mr. Elraj Mangalath

Session 5 : Research as a Skill in Academics by Dr. Renju Rajan

MATHS CLUB EVENTS CONDUCTED

Poster Presentation : Topic ‘Mathematics in Nature’ or ‘Mathematics in Graphics’

Teach the Teacher Competition

Maths Quiz : Quiz master ,Asst.Prof. & HOD Dr. Aparna Lakshmanan, St. Xavier’s college for women Aluva

Members of the Maths Club participated in the Maths Club Day at Rajagiri School of Engineering and Technology held on February 28th 2017

Members of the Maths Club participated in the “All Kerala Inter-Collegiate Quiz Competition” conducted by Toc H Institute of Science and Technology held on March 18th 2017

Coordinators: Dr K Meena , Ms Tessymol Cyriac

ODYSSEY

Odyssey’ is a self-discovery program facilitated by the Basic Science and Humanities Department on 17th-25th August 2017. The seven day program help the participants to overcome their inhibitions and discover oneself in the process. It aims at developing basic life skills necessary for facing challenges in life. The main focus of ‘Odyssey’ is confidence building and fear factor analysis through experiential learning. The program is open for S3, S5 & S7 students.

OBJECTIVES

Increasing self-awareness

Identifying challenges

Overcoming inhibitions

Discovering one’s true potential

METHODOLOGY

Fear factor analysis

Experiential learning

NLP

Drama techniques

CTRL+ALT+DEL Refresh Reboot Renew

A Refresher Program designed for the Teaching Faculty of MITS

CTRL- ALT- DEL, is a Refresher Program designed for the Teaching Faculty of MITS by Basic Science and Humanities Department on December 20th and 21st 2017. It aims at highlighting some of the 21st Century skills that are essential for Teaching Learning process in the current scenario. The areas of focus are given below:

OBJECTIVES

Collaboration and Teamwork

Creativity and Imagination

Critical thinking & Problem solving

Communication Skills

SCHOLASTIC HI-Q INTER COLLEGIATE QUIZ 2017

On 01 Nov 2017,BS& H Department organized the third edition of this annual quiz completion in commemoration of late President of India, Dr. A P J Abdul Kalam on the occasion of his birth anniversary on the topic. Advancements in Science and Technology. Quiz master Mr. Kiran Govind, Junior scientist from National Physical Oceanographic Laboratory (NPOL), DRDO, Kakkanad conducted the quiz. Twelve teams participated and five teams qualified for the final round. The first & second position was bagged by MITS students

JUST SKILLING

OBJECTIVES

Develop the LSRW (Listening, Speaking, Reading, Writing) Skills of the students.

METHODOLOGY

Audio Visual inputs

Research Oriented Reading

WORKSHOP ON STOCHASTIC PROCESS AND MARKOV CHAINS

A workshop on Stochastic process and markov chains organized by BS& H department on January 23rd,2017.Dr. A.Krishnamoorthy, emeritus scientist, KSCSTE (Kerala State Council for Science Technology and Environment) and Dr. Viswanath C.Narayanan, Assistant Professor, GEC, Thrissur were the resource persons for the event. Faculties from various colleges attended the workshop.

ACE (Aspiration & Communicative Excellence)

OBJECTIVES

To encourage and empower students to think, frame and express in English

Prepare participants to face Group discussions and Interviews.

FACILITATORS

Ms Binitha Jose, Ms Suzana Alex

MATHS CLUB EVENTS CONDUCTED

Poster Presentation : Topic ‘Mathematics in Nature’ or ‘Mathematics in Graphics’

Teach the Teacher Competition

Maths Quiz conducted by Quiz master ,Asst.Prof. & HOD Dr. Aparna Lakshmanan, St. Xavier’s college for women Aluva

Members of the Maths Club participated in the Maths Club Day at Rajagiri School of Engineering and Technology held on February 28th 2017

Members of the Maths Club participated in the All Kerala Inter-Collegiate Quiz Competition” conducted by Toc H Institute of Science and Technology held on March 18th 2017

LITERARY & DISCUSSION FORUM FOR STAFF

Weekly Sessions conducted on the following: • Book reviews

Debates

Discussions

Coordinator: Ms Gincy P Kuriakose

SCHOLASTIC HI-Q INTER COLLEGIATE QUIZ 2015

Basic Science and Humanities Department organized an Inter-Collegiate Quiz Competition, Scholastic Hi-Q, on the occasion of the birth anniversary of late, beloved President of India Dr. A P J Abdul Kalam. The competition was held on 17.10.2015, Saturday. From all over Kerala 26 teams participated in the competition. Mr. Kiran Govind, scientist form NPOL was the Quiz master. The team of Aravind G.S. and Sachin S. B from Mohandas College of Engineering and Technology, Thiruvananthapuram won the first prize, they bagged a cash prize of Rs.10000, trophy and certificates. The team of Abdul Vassim Suraj and Fazal Basheer from Mar Athanasius College of Engineering were the runners-up. They bagged a cash prize of Rs. 5000, trophy and certificates.

  • Basic Science and humanities Department organized a talk by Prof. Rein Nobel, an eminent mathematician from Vrije University, Amsterdam on the topic The Downs-Thompson Paradox for a parallel queuing system on 15th December 2015 in the seminar hall.

FDP & WORKSHOPS ATTENDED BY FACULTY

  • Workshop on Linear Algebra, Graph theory & cryptography at RSET.

Attended by Dr K Meena ,Ms Jincy Mathai, Ms Minu Mathew, Ms Lija Ponappan

  • 8th conference on Technology and Innovation in Math Education, TIME in RSET

Attended by Dr K Meena

  • Workshop on basic HTML, Java and XML conducted by CSE Dept. of MITS

    Attended by Ms Sreeja S

  • Workshop on Effective Methodologies to fine-tune your English, organized by GIAL and MG University.

    Attended by Ms Suzana Alex

  • Programme Officers’ annual conference conducted by NSS technical cell(Govt. of Kerala)

Attended by Ms Sreeja S

Panel Discussion on “New Education Policy”

Webinar on “GET READY FOR LIFE – SKILLS AND HABITS TO BE ACQUIRED”

MATHISM

The MATH Club conducted Mathism, a puzzle solving competition in two rounds in online mode. The first round was on 11/01/2021 and the second round was on 26//01/2021.

Winners: First Prize – Nandana S (S1CSE), Second Prizze-Aleena P L (S3 CSE), Third Prize- Rohan Mathew Philip (S3 CSE)

Webinar on “Machine Learning through mathematical models”

Conducted a webinar on “Machine Learning through mathematical models” on 5//6/2021.

Resource Person: Dr. Swapna S Nair,  Assistant Professor and Programme Leader, Department of Management and Commerce, Amity University, Dubai.

FDP on “MATHEMATICAL FOUNDATIONS FOR ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND MACHINE LEARNING” from June 23 – 25, 2021

Third Edition of "Engineering Physics", book written by Dr Sreekanth G. Department of Basic Science and Humanities of MITS.

NATIONAL SCIENCE DAY - SCIENCIA 22

 

Conducted webinar on “The need for creative and innovative thinking”  by  Dr. C  Vijayan, professor , Department of Physics IIT Madras on 26th February2022 as a part of  “NATIONAL SCIENCE DAY CELEBRATION” 2022.

TEACH THE TEACHER COMPETITION

The Math Club of MITS has  organized “Teach The Teacher”
competition on 25-05-2022 (Wednesday) at 3pm in Albert Einstein Hall.

Winners:

First Prize – Joanna Merine Noble, Swathy S Krishna(S2 CSE – AI&DS)

Second Prizze-Noel Martin, Vidhun Raj K (S4 CSE B)

Third Prize- Adish S, Anand Deva Suresh (S2 CSE – AI & DS )

Invited Talk on the Topic: Discrete Mathematical Structures - An Overview'.

The Dept. of Basic Science & Humanities organised an invited talk by Dr. Aparna Lakshmanan S, Associate Professor, Dept of Mathematics, CUSAT on 15 September 2022, Thursday for the students of S3 CS & its allied branches on the Topic: Discrete Mathematical Structures – An Overview’.

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