Constitution day is celebrated to honor the Constitution of India which was adopted by Indian Constituent assembly on 26 November, 1949. It is an occasion to remind ourselves about our basic rights and the duties that we guard fervently to uphold the constitution. Christian College and Engineering and Technology (CCET), Bhilai celebrated Samvidhan Divas with great zeal and fervor at its campus located at kailashnagar. In honor of this day, a painting and poster competition was organized on the topic of “Constitution of India”. On this occasion Dr Anil Choubey, Assistant Professor of Physics Dept inspired the students to respect the essence in which the Indian constitution was created and also to respect our founding fathers, on whose shoulders the daunting task of its implementation was carried out. He said that after 68 years the constitution has become part of our moral and social code and it is the thread by which whole democratic republic of India is held together. The participating students were overjoyed to be part of this celebration and vowed to uphold it. The Executive Vice Chairman, Fr Jose K Varghese and the Principal, Dr Dipali Soren congratulated Dr Bindu Jacob, HOD of English Dept and Mrs Neha Singh, Assistant Professor of ET&T Dept for success of this program and extended all the resources at CCET for such programs dedicated to National Unity.
St Thomas Mission located at Kailash Nagar Bhilai has been a household name in the region for decades due to relentless humanitarian works of the great visionary Late Lamented Bishop Dr Stephanos Mar Theodosius, the founder of MGM Group of institutions. In life he has inspired many a personalities and still continues to do so through fruits of his great labor. His Grace Arch Bishop Dr Stephanos Mar Theodosius was the first Metropolitan of Calcutta Diocese established in the year 1979 and founder Director / President of St Thomas mission, Bhilai. Born on October 2, 1924 at Pathamuttom , a village in Kottayam District of Kerala state, as the fifth child of the parents Kurien and Mariam of Kaygalath family, he was named Punnose, which means “Stephanos” in Malayalam. He started in primary school education in Malayalam medium at the local village school. Later he obtained middle and high school education in English medium from the nearby English medium school. He was awarded degrees in BA and MA (History) from DN Jain College and Mahakoshal Mahavidhyalaya, Jabalpur. His theological education started at Leonard Theological College, Jabalpur and was completed in United State of America, acquiring BD (Bachelor of Divinity) from General Theological Seminary, New York and STM (Master of Sacred Theology) from Berkley Divinity School, New Haven. His educational career was crowned with Ph D from the General Theological Seminary, New York.
He was called to eternal rest on November 5, 2007 at Muscat while visiting his flocks. His last remains were brought to Bhilai on November 6, 2007 and were entombed in the special vault on the side of the Bhilai Ashram Chapel as per his will. Hundreds of priests, nuns and lakhs of believers from different part of the globe took part in the grand funeral service on November 8, 2007. Today Mar Theodosius’s resting place at the Ashram Chapel has become a source of blessing to many through intercession prayers.
Under the guidance of the Metropolitan of Calcutta Diocese, H G Bishop Dr Joseph Mar Dionysius, 29th October to 5th November, 2017 is being celebrated as the 10th Annual Remembrance Day by the Calcutta Diocese at St Thomas Mission Campus, kailashnagar Bhilai. The Chief celebrant of the service is the supreme head of the church, His Holiness Moran Mar Baselios Mar Thoma Paulose II, Catholicos of the Apostolic Throne of St Thomas and Metropolitan of Malankara. Each day Holy Qurbana is being celebrated at the mission premises and on 4th November, 2017 it will be led by Bishop Dr Joseph Mar Dionysius. After the evening prayer, which will be held at M G O Cathedral, Bhilai, a Holy rally (Rassa) of believers and well-wishers will march from MGO Cathedral to Tomb of Mar Theodosius followed by Holy Benediction. Then the 45th Annual Day celebration of St Thomas Mission will be held from 8 pm at St. Thomas Mission Centre, Kailash Nagar, Bhilai with great joy and zeal by the gathering. On 5th of November, 2017 the solemn ceremony will start with the Morning Prayer and Holy Qurbana led by His Holiness Moran Mar Baselios Mar Thoma Paulose II. Then Rassa, Dhoopa Prarthana and Benediction will be followed by love feast. The 10th Remembrance Day of Late Lamented H G Bishop Dr Stephanos Mar Theodosius will conclude with lowering of perunnal flag.
IE(I) Students’ Chapter of the Department of Mechanical Engineering, Christian College of Engineering and Technology, Bhilai organized a Technical Quiz Competition on the occasion of Engineers Day, 15th September 2017. The quiz was conducted in four rounds viz. Open, Multi-choice, Visual and Rapid fire round. This competition was based on the theoretical and practical knowledge of mechanical engineering. Total 4 teams got entry in the final round. The winner of the quiz was declared Team-C, included Nitish Kumar Rathore, Vaibhav Chouhan, Sapan Sahu and runner was Team-A, of members Vicky Kumar Swain, Pankaj Mourya, Vikas Kumar Soni. Rishabh Kumar Sharma, T. Harish and Bhojraj Singh Thakur were the student coordinators of the event. This competition was organized under the guidance of Prof. R. H. Gajghat, Adviser of Students’ Chapter (Mech.) and Dr. Mrinal Kanti Manik, HOD (Mech.). Executive Vice Chairman Fr. Jose K. Varghese and Principal Dr. Dipali Soren congratulated the team members for winning the competition.
IE(I) Students’ Chapter of the Department of Mechanical Engineering, Christian College of Engineering and Technology, Bhilai organized a one day Technical Seminar on Mechanical Engineering on 13th April 2017 on the topic of on the various latest and advanced topics of mechanical engineering such as: i) Nuclear power and it’s future use, ii) 3-D printing and it’s application in present advancement, iii) Turbocharger and it’s use in advance automobiles, iv) Plastic welding and it’s present application and v)Application of Jet Engines over conventional engines and Introduction to space Propulsion. Large number of students participated to discuss and perform slide presentation on those topics in that seminar and. Prof. Joji Thomas and Dr. Sarbendu Roy were nominated as judge of that event. Sapan Sahu, T. Harish and Rishabh Kumar Sharma & Vaibhav Chouhan secured the first, second and third (last two) position respectively. Vicky Kumar Swain was the student coordinator of the event. This event was organized under the guidance of Prof. R. H. Gajghat, Adviser of Students’ Chapter (Mechanical Engineering) and Dr. Jayakumar Jayaraman, HOD (Mech.). Executive Vice Chairman Fr. Jose K. Varghese and Principal Dr. Dipali Soren congratulated the winners of the event.
The students of Christian college of engineering and technology have again proven their spirit by wining Inter-Zonal Yoga competition held under CSVTU. Winner of this competition was Miss Sunaina Sharma from CCET Bhilai, Computer Science fifth semester and the runner up position also gained by CCET Bhilai’s Computer Science seventh semester’s student Miss Smriti kumari. The executive vice chairman of CCET Fr. Jose K. Varghese and Principal Dr. Dipali Soren congratulates the winners of this event and extended their support and best wishes to the sports team to continue their good work.
To motivate and explore the world of android applications and e-commerce, the Department of Computer Science and Engineering of Christian College of Engineering and Technology (CCET), Bhilai organized a one day seminar on Android OS-Payment Gateway Integration for students of Computer Science Engineering dept. The aim of this seminar was to provide fundamentals of android applications development from theoretical as well as practical domain. The invited expert for this program was Mr. Kailash Kumar Patel, Senior Software Developer, ONET INFOTECH. In this seminar the students learned about android applications and its integration with payment gateways. In this the expert explored the Android OS is an open source operating system primarily used in mobile devices. He said that any kind of smart phone requires OS as an interface and android is the most popular OS today. He told that every brand is rushing ahead at breakneck speed to build their apps on the Android OS, and that trend has opened up enormous job opportunities in the Android domain. While talking about payment gateway, he said that it is a merchant service provided by an e-commerce application service provider that authorizes credit card or direct payments processing for e-businesses, on-line retailers, bricks and clicks, or traditional brick and mortar. It may be provided by a bank to its customers, but can be provided by a specialized financial service provider as a separate service, such as a payment service provider. The Executive Vice Chairman of CCET Fr. Jose K. Varghese and Principal Dr. Dipali Soren extended their gratitude to Mr. Kailash Kumar Patel for his valuable lecture and congratulated CSE dept for successfully conducting this program. The Vote of thanks was given by Dr. Sitendra Tamrakar, HOD, CSE Dept.
Christian College and Engineering & Technology (CCET), Bhilai has been a bastion of ethically and morally sound technical education in sync with current industrial innovations, to create responsible engineers for nation building. For this a guest lecture on “Value and Ethical Education” was organized by the Women’s Cell of CCET under the aegis of its coordinator Dr Sudha Singh at the college auditorium in the presence of departmental HODs, faculties and students. The Guest Speaker was Ms Prachi Behenji, Prajapati Brahma Kumari, Sector-7, Bhilai. The aim of this program was to inculcate a strong sense of self in young technocrats by developing all aspects if human intelligence. In her speech Ms Prachi Behenji said that ethical education is the foundation over which democracy and society can thrive. She expressed her concern over modern information based education which solely focuses on intelligence yet neglects physical, mental, social, spiritual and emotional development. She motivated the gathering by highlighting the importance of good behavior, government-citizen responsibility, nationalism, patriotism and communal unity. She urged the gathering to take life decisions based on one’s moral code. She emphasized the power of positive thinking in one’s life as positive thinking leads to positive emotions and positive emotions leads to positive deeds. The Vote of thanks was given by Mrs Archana Choudhary, Associate Professor, CSE dept. The Executive Vice Chairman, Fr Jose K Varghese and the Principal, Dr Dipali Soren along with CCET management expressed their gratitude Ms Prachi Behenji and Prajapati Brahma Kumari for imparting this valuable lesson to young technocrats. They also congratulated Women Cell of CCET for time and again organizing such educational and fruitous programs.