“PHASE”, the Professionally High-tech Association of Saintgits Electricals, was launched in2005 with the aim of providing a platform to forefront the young talents in our department. The primary focus of this association is to inspire young minds by organizing and conducting various technical activities with the guidance of faculty members. The annual technical fest of the department, DYUTHI, is organized every August in association with PHASE.
DYUTHI 2016, the technical fest of Department of Electrical and Electronics, was inaugurated on August 5, 2016 by Reena Rajan from Tata Consultancy Services. The theme for the event was Robolution. Nine events were organized during the two days.
The total prize money for the events was INR40,000, and they included Paper Sonic, Mr. Robot, Cerebro and Robo soccer, Magnetorace, X&Os, Circuitrix and informals. We had 410 participants for the events and 180 participants for the in formals section. The department continued the tradition and organized a theme room and an exhibition, which had about 150 visitors.
DYUTHI 2015 from 31st July to 1st August 2015
DYUTHI 2015 was fully supported by UNESCO and was listed on its website. The event raisedglobal awareness on sustainable development and suggested solutions to social problems with a global impact. The theme -based competitions and awareness programs sought to offer a new vision on the importance of technology and innovation in the modern world.
DYUTHI 2014 on 6/8/14
DYUTHI 2014 comprised a technical talk on 'Energy Conservation - Role of Electrical Engineers' by Jayakumar Nair, Principal Consultant, Sustenergy Foundation, Ernakulam.
DYUTHI-2013 on 16/8/2013
DYUTHI13 was inaugurated by Dr. Lalithambika, director, Control & Design Group, VSSC, Thiruvanthapuram, who also delivered a technical talk on “Research Opportunities in Space Technology”. The main events included Paper Presentation, Technocrat, Tech-Quiz, AutoCAD, Practical Engineer, Scotland Yard, Project Expo and Poster Design and so on. The total prize money for the fest was INR32,000 and it saw 276 participants. The event also showcased a technical exhibition, which was open to the students from local schools. DYUTHI-2012 on 10/8/12
The Electrical & Electronics Engineering department of Saintgits College of Engineering in association with PHASE (EEE Students Association) conducted its Sixth National Level technical Symposium DYUTHI 2012 on August 10th. The symposium provided a platform for Electrical & Electronics students to share their knowledge and display their talents. The function was inaugurated by Mr.C.V.Subramanian, AGM, NTPC, Kayamkulam in the cultural centre at 9.30am by lighting the lamp in a grand function presided by Prof. Amey George, Head of the Department of Electrical & Electronics. Events with their corresponding winners are listed below.
The total numbers of participants were 189, which includes 43 external participants and 146 internal participants. The staff co-ordinator was Er. Ancy Sara Varghese and Assistant staff co-ordinator was Er. Tibin Joseph. The student co-ordinators were Joel George Abraham, Tony Abraham and Megha Mohan. The events came to an end by 4.00 pm.
The first event was inaugurated by C. V. Subramanian, AGM, NTPC, Kayamkulam. The total numbers of participants were 189, which include 43 external participants.