We have an innovation club for students to submit solutions and discuss for common day to day problems.
EVE Centre for Enhancing English
English is a language spoken internationally. The English raise their collars with pride that the sun never sets for them. The unique quality of the language is that it is flexible and feasible to the context. An English club is a place for ESL language learners to use English beyond the ESL classroom and in real life situations. The practice of the language skills in the classroom is crucial, but it is not enough to master the language. In the English club, the students have the chance to use different skills and discuss a variety of topics. In addition, there are other goals for creating an English club:
- Enhancing communication and collaboration.
- Fostering creativity and innovation.
- Encouraging autonomous learning.
- Creating an atmosphere of ease and relaxation.
- Cultivating good hobbies and habits.
- Making new friends
The introduction of computers has made learning the language more effective and enthusiastic. Grammar usually is a dry subject and right from the schools, students are not much interested to learn. But now the language has grown in multi dimensions, thanks to the effort of the computer which has made English a soft skill language. The search engine opens up a new world of innovative. Language- Learning, making language -learning easy and simple. There are several online exercises in different levels which help us master the language from grass root levels. In the club activities ,students feel less academic and more social. The group activities bring a positive energy among the members. The club not only helps in improving language but also builds the leadership skills among our technocrats. Students work in groups to prepare interview questions and conduct mock interviews and Group Discussion. It helps them to equip themselves in soft skills.
Cape provides an audio visual facility for enhancing the LSRW SKILLS – Listening, Speaking, Reading, Writing. O’rell Language Lab support the students in mastering the language.
- Display of quotes in the campus
- Quotes in the buses
- Synonyms in the dept.
- Know your English
- Various competitions
- Word power games in the classes.
- Extempore speech
- Group Discussion
- Mock Interviews
There are online exercises and live presentations which can well- equip a student and their communication skills in a professional way , thereby, training the individual to face the interviews and cope up with the basic needs of a software or any industrial requirements. Campus placement will double in number. Product selling would be easy and value addition would brand the Institution.
The entire functioning would be run by the students, guided by the Department of English. Many of the students from south who are selected in Technical rounds fail in HR Round only because of language barrier. English Club is being a bridge to support the students to build up their communication skills.
Eco- Club: Patron: Er.I.Krishna Pillai, Chairman, CIT
Eco- Club: Convener: Dr.N.Azhagesan, Principal, CIT
Eco-Club: Coordinator: Dr.S.Regupathy, Prof. & HOD/Chemistry
Proposals of Eco Club:
- Proposed to create awareness to all the people in the campus to keep our environment clean and pollution free.
- Proposed to plant at least 100 trees every year inside the campus in order to make a Green campus.
- Proposed to give training for the sapling preparations for the members.
- Proposed to create awareness to minimize the waste and to segregate the waste as bio degradable and non – bio degradable.
- Proposed to set up a solid waste management system in the campus in coordination with Civil Department.
- Proposed to give at least one project to the final year students from ECE, EEE and Civil & Mechanical branch based on environmental studies.
- Proposed to maintain the eco –pond in the campus to maintain a pond eco system.
- To construct a team of members both staff and students from each department and periodical meeting to discuss the ways to improve the college environment- within a week time before Nov 15, 2015.
- To analyze the possibilities of giving projects to the students based on environmental aspects. – During the start of even semester
- To collect free saplings from Forest department and to organize to plant the trees.- within this month Nov, 2015.
- To identify the available species in our campus and labeling.- within this month Nov, 2015
- To do some projects connected with soil, water and air in our campus – During the even semester.
Eco- Club Report
* During the 2nd week of Nov 2015, we have received 600 saplings of Mahakani in which around 400 saplings have been planted with the help of Ramasamy and other Gardener.
* In the First week of Dec 2015, on 04.12.2015 around 200 saplings of Teak and Naval trees were received from Forest Department, Aralvaimozhi region. Planting of these saplings in proper places are located in our campus and all these saplings will be planted within in this month.
Eco- Club Report
Tree Plantation and Saplings received details
Till date tree saplings received so far;
- From Cape Poly Technique
- Teak – 120 nos.
- Mahakani 120 nos.
- Neem 60 Nos.
- From Forest Department, Ponmanai
- Mahakani – 800
- Teak – 400 Nos.
- From Forest Department, Aralvaimozhi – Teak 800 Nos.
Total Tree Saplings received: 2300 nos.
Total tree saplings planted so far: 1100 nos.
Balance saplings in hand: 1200 nos.
Saplings planted area in our College campus: Main Block, In front of chemistry lab, Volleyball ground, Foot ball ground, EEE block, Near Cow Shed and Eastern side of Mechanical block.
- A blood donation camp was organized to donate blood to Kanyakumari Medical College hospital on Sep 09, 2015. Dr.Carolin Geetha Blood bank officer was the guest of honour. 78 participapated and donated blood on that day.
- NSS day was celebrated on Sep 24, 2015, Dr. S.M.R.Joseph Ramesh, NSS PO, St.Xavier’s college of Engineering was the guest of honour.
- A blood donation camp was organized on Oct 5, 2015, to donate blood to Tirunelveli medical college hospital and on that day 52 students donated blood.
- On Dec1, 2015, World AIDs day was celebrated, Dr.R.Arun Kumar, was the guest.
- A tree plantation camp was organized in the college campus and on Dec 12, 2015. Around 300 saplings were planted by NSS volunteers.
- National Voter’s day was celebrated on Jan 25, 2016 on that day all the members took oath.
- One day works shop on Stress and Mind management was organized on Feb 8, 2016 along with Sri Sathya Sai Seva organization of KK Dist. Prof Santha Mani from ANJAC Sivakasi conducted the work shop.
- One day work shop on Eye donation awareness was conducted on Feb 29, 2016. Lion Dr, Ganesh gave the orientation and awareness to students about Eye donation.
Blood Donation Camp (22.09.2015)
A blood donation camp was organized by the NSS & Blood Donors Club at College premises on September 8, 2015 Tuesday. The medical team headed by Dr.Carolin Geetha, Blood Bank Officer, Kanyakumari Medical College Hospital collected blood from various donors on that day. Dr.N.Azhagesan, Principal gave welcome address, Dr.P.Arun Kumar, CEO inaugurated the blood donation campaign and Dr.Carolin Geetha Medical Officer gave a key note on Blood Donation and its advantages. Dr.S.Regupathy, NSS PO gave vote of thanks.
The Management, CEO, Principal, Staff members of Cape Institute of Technology, whole heartedly congratulates the 79 blood donors donated their blood on 08.09.2015 Tuesday, to Kanyakumari Government Medical College Hospital. The members donated blood on 08.09.2015 is listed below:
|S.No.||Name of Blood Donor||Class||S.No.||Name of Blood Donor||Class|
|1||ANEESH M R||I CE||25||RAJ KUMAR D||II ME|
|2||NAVEEN KUMAR S V||I CE||26||SABARISH S||II ME|
|3||JESSIN C JOHN||I CE||27||SUJITH A||II ME|
|4||SWARAJ MURALI||I CE||28||RANJITH KUMAR T||II ME|
|5||ANNAMALAI GOKUL A V||I CE||29||THANGAPPAN M||II ME|
|6||AJAY VIKNESH S||I CS||30||PRAVIN KUMAR L||II ME|
|7||ARIVIND PAUL T||I CS||31||MOHAMMED ABU THAHIR M||III CE|
|8||MANI KANDAN K K||I ME||32||SUBASH N||III CE|
|9||SAKOLRAJ M||I ME||33||VENKATESA PERUMAL M||III CE|
|10||NOBLE ISSAC I||I ME||34||KARTICK N||III CE|
|11||SUDALAIKAN M||II CE||35||MOHAMMED FAZIL M||III CE|
|12||MUTHU KUMAR T||II CE||36||IYAPPAN C||III CE|
|13||PASUPATHI R||II CE||37||SRI KANTH S M||III CE|
|14||PRASANTH C||II CE||38||SASIKARAN S||III CE|
|15||HARISH J||II CE||39||RAMKI N V||III CE|
|16||RAHUL M K||II CE||40||ESAKKI SIVA BALAKRISHNAN M||III CE|
|17||GODSON WAGNER C S||II CE||41||SAHAYA DERIK J||III CE|
|18||ANISH V||II CE||42||YOOSUF SUHAIL S||III EC|
|19||SRI RAMA CHANDARAN M||II CE||43||GODLY BABY||III EE|
|20||FRANCIS JENISH KUMAR S||II CE||44||VIGNESH R||III EE|
|21||SIVA KUMAR M||II ME||45||JOSEPH NIRMAL A||III EE|
|22||VIJAYA KUMAR C||II ME||46||PRASANTH S||III EE|
|23||THILLAI VENKADESH I||II ME||47||JERRIN JOSE||III EE|
|24||SACHIN SAJAN||II ME||48||ROHITH R||III EE|
|49||UDAYA KUMAR S P||III ME||65||DINESH M||IV CE|
|50||BALA MOHAN A||III ME||66||BIJITH A||IV CE|
|51||MUTHU KRISHNA B||III ME||67||CYRILDANY S P||IV CE|
|52||KUTTI DURAI M||III ME||68||ARUN D||IV CE|
|53||SREEJITH B S||III ME||69||MADHAN A M B||IV CE|
|54||LINOTH KUMAR L||III ME||70||GOKUL KRISHNAN S||IV EE|
|55||ARUNVEL VIGNESH M||III ME||71||RAJ KUMAR L||IV EE|
|56||SUJIN JOSE T||III ME||72||SAM C KURIAN||IV EE|
|57||ARJUN G||III ME||73||ABIRAM M||IV ME|
|58||AJITH KUMAR P||III ME||74||JOMY MATHEW||IV ME|
|59||BHAGAVATH KUMAR M||III ME||75||AKASH B||IV ME|
|60||KRISHNA KUMAR R||III ME||76||ATHUL S||IV ME|
|61||KALIYAN PILLAI S||III ME||77||SELVA SHANKAR S||STAFF|
|62||PRADESH M||III ME||78||SARAVANAN M||STAFF|
|63||PAVITHRAN S||III ME||79||VASAN A S K||STAFF|
|64||KRISHNA MOORTHY N||IV CE|