Department of Electronics and Telecommunication conducting two days national workshop on “Research Methodology and Anti-Plagiarism for Research Integrity” on 10th & 11th August 2018

We are pleased to inform you that Department of Electronics & Telecommunication of Christian College of Engineering & Technology, Bhilai is organizing a Two Day National workshop sponsored by Chhattisgarh Council of Science and Technology (CCOST) on “Research Methodology and Anti-Plagiarism for Research Integrity”. The workshop will be held on 10th and 11th of August 2018.

The number of participants for the workshop is limited to 40. The registration fee for the participants is Rs. 350/- only. Participants have to fill the form by 8th August 2018 (on the spot registration possible). The brochure and information about the registration is attached herewith.


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Students of CCET Visit Jaisaval-Neco Industries Ltd., Raipur

Since 1998, Christian College of Engineering and Technology (CCET), Bhilai has worked tirelessly in Chhattisgarh to reduce the glaring divide between academic curriculum and industrial standards. In this sequence the students of 6th Semester, Mechanical engineering department of CCET visited “Jayasval-Neco Industries Ltd. (Steel Plant Division), Siltara Growth Centre, Raipur”. Neco Industries limited is a well known and one of the leading plants of central India, specially admired for its alloy products like metal wire, plates, finished bar products etc. The Industrial Visit for sixth semester Mechanical Engineering students started with a brief session of basic plant management and operations by Mr. Girija Shankar, Senior HR. his valuable insights into the day to day operations of the plant added immensely to the knowledge pool of the future technocrats. Later the plant visit was taken over by the Superior Technical Team of Neco Industries who discussed about the life, culture and works experience in the Industry. The Senior Technical team also guided the students to develop their personalities and the qualities in accordance with future industrial needs. They also said that a quality engineer can sustain the rigors of the job, due to innovative ideas which in long run benefits not only the industry but the society as a whole. Students thoroughly enjoyed the visit and understood nature of the work due to diligent staff, who minutely explained the working procedure of the machines and equipments in the 12 MW power plant including turbines. The faculty coordinators of the visit were Mr Amit Singh Dhakad, Asst Prof, Mechanical Dept and Mr Jitendra Sahu, Asst Prof, Mechanical Dept. The Executive Vice Chairman of CCET, Fr Jose K Varghese and the Principal, Dr Dipali Soren extended their well wishes to the students and congratulated Mechanical dept. for successful completion of the Industrial tour.



On March 9th, 2018, the scent of joy and togetherness was palpable in Kailashnagar, Bhilai as Christian College of Engineering and Technology (CCET) celebrated its 19th Annual day popularly known as SYMPHONIA-2018. The annual function started with lighting of lamp ceremony in the presence of the Chief Guest, Mr Devendra Yadav, Mayor of Bhilai Nagar Nigam,  Guest of Honor, Mrs Sushila Dewangan, Corporator, Ward 16, Kurud, H. G. Bishop Dr Joseph Mar Dionysius, Chairman, CCET, Bhilai, Fr Jose K Varghese, EVC, CCET, Fr Kurien John, Secretary, St Thomas Mission, Fr Joshi Varghese, Chief Education Officer of St Thomas Mission, Dr Dipali Soren, Principal, CCET, Dr Anil Choubey, Convener of Symphonia-2018 and Professor I/C of Student Council, Ms Ashana Khatoon, Vice-President, Student Council, CCET, Head of Departments, Media Persons, parents and students.

In her welcome speech the Principal of CCET, Dr Dipali Soren invited the gathering to share the colours of joy and to enjoy the festivities. She presented the annual report of the college and congratulated all the students for bringing laurels to the college. She informed that CCET is the only private technical college in Chhattisgarh which publishes a national journal (JSEE:SIF-4.282).  She congratulated Mr Shubham Dixena (8th Sem, CSE) for being awarded the prestigious Hanyang Change maker award at a global event in Manila, Philippines and for getting an opportunity to participate in South Korea’s social venture forum. The Executive Vice Chairman of CCET, Fr Jose K Varghese in his introductory speech motivated the gathering to work hard to achieve their desired goal. On this occasion he also applauded the efforts of faculties and students for shaping the future of the region. Ms Ashana Khatoon in her speech said that CCET is a pioneer in providing morally and ethically sound technical education to the masses. She expressed her gratitude to student council members, professor Incharge, convener, faculties and CCET management for grand success of Symphonia-2018. The Convener, Dr Anil Choubey in his felicitation speech emphasised the value of unity by giving example of the success of Symphonia-2018 by the integrated efforts of students, faculties, employees and the management. He also presented a brief report about the activities of student council as well as various events organized under the aegis of Symphonis-18. The Guest of Honor, Mrs Shushila Dewangan asked the gathering to respect their teachers and elders, who pave the way for our future successes. The Chairman of CCET, H. G. Bishop Dr Joseph Mar Dionysius in his presidential address educated the gathering that symphonia means co-ordination. He said that coordination and sharing are the recipes of prosperity and Symphonia-2018 is a vessel for this very purpose. He urged the gathering to work for humanity irrespective of their caste, creed or community. The Chief Guest, Mr Devendra Yadav congratulated CCET for its 19 years of excellence and guidance to a whole generation of engineers. While emphasising the role of teachers in one’s life he asked the gathering to be always connected with them and heed their words as it contains the sum of their life experiences.

On this occasion the annual magazine of CCET ‘Footprint-2018’ was unveiled. In recognition of the achievements and skills of CCETians, various scholarships, academic awards, trophies and cash prizes were awarded by the dignitaries to the winners and runner-ups of a plethora of exciting events organized by various clubs and associations of CCET like intracollege cricket, badminton, table tennis, track and field competitions by Sports Club, Robosoccer, Aqua NFS, Angry Bird, Pillow Trump, Tug of War, Pitthul by Technoclub, Double Dare Devil and Ludo by CSE association, Gully Cricket by Mechanical Engineering Association together with Swar Song competition, Beat to beat dance competition, Jugal bandi & Open mic and Fashion Show by cultural club. The Peter Thomas Award for best allrounder was awarded to Mr Anuj Gupta (Mech, 8th Sem). Dr R N Dash Endowment Cup for overall topper of 1st and 2nd  semester was won by Mr Laxmikant Sahu of CSE dept. Overall Champion in sports were Mr Anuj Gupta (Mech, 8th Sem) and Ms Shweta Toppo (E&TC, 8th sem). The Overall champion in cultural were Mr Nibin John Ninan (Mech, 8th sem) and Ms Shreya Tripathi (CSE, 8th sem). The gathering was brimming with zeal and ardor when the students of CCET presented fantastically crafted and masterfully executed traditional and modern songs and dance programs. To cater to the need of students a plethora of mouthwatering recipes and snacks were served through various food stalls installed by the students of CCET. The Co-convener of Symphonia-2018, Mrs Dhanya Vineesh, Asst Prof, E&TC Dept proposed the Vote of Thanks. The anchor of Symphonia-2017 was Dr Archana Choudhary, Associate Professor, CSE dept.

The 16th edition of the annual national conference, ‘TECHNOLOGIA-2018’


On 8th of March, 2018, Christian College of Engineering and Technology (CCET), Kailashnagar, Bhilai in collaboration with Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekanand Technical University (CSVTU), Bhilai, organized the 16th edition of its annual National Conference on “Innovative Trends in Science & Technology (NCITST -2018)”, popularly known as TECHNOLOGIA-2018 in association with Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Bombay Spoken tutorial program and sponsored by the Technical Education Quality Improvement Program (TEQIP-III) of CSVTU. The inauguration ceremony started with lighting of lamp by the Chief Guest, Dr M K Verma, Vice-Chancellor of CSVTU, Bhilai in the presence of H G Bishop Dr Joseph Mar Dionysius, Chairman of CCET and Metropolitan of Calcutta Diocese, Fr Jose K Varghese, EVC, Fr Aju K Varghese, Bursar, Dr Dipali Soren, Principal, Prof A D Patil, Coordinator of TEQIP-III, Dr Ashish Patel, Project Officer, TEQIP-III and present dignitaries. The Key-Note Speakers of NCITST-2018 are Dr S S Mahapatra, Professor, Mechanical Engineering Department, NIT, Rourkela, Dr. S. R. Sathe, Professor, Computer Science & Engineering Department, VNIT Nagpur and Dr Nameeta Brahme, HOD School of Studies in Physics & Astro Physics PTRSU Raipur. In her welcome speech, the Principal of CCET, Dr Dipali Soren invited the gathering to share their innovative ideas for tackling present and future challenges. She said that Technologia-2018, adds yet another feather to the illustrious cap of CCET. Dr Sitendra Tamrakar, Convener and HOD, CSE Dept, reported that out of 173 research papers from Telangana, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, West Bengal, Maharashtra and Chhattisgarh, 69 papers were selected for presentation. The Executive Vice Chairman, Fr Jose K Varghese urged the gathering to cultivate scientific temperament. While applauding opportunities provided by the Indian Govt., he said that endeavors like Technologia-18 have become a boon for growth of Chhattisgarh. In his Presidential address the Chairman, H G Bishop Dr Joseph Mar Dionysius commended CCET for organizing such events of knowledge exchange. He said that where there is sharing there is growth. He motivated the gathering to cultivate original thoughts for unique innovations. The Chief Guest, Prof Dr M K Verma said that the onus is on the present generation to negate the shortfalls of previous one for creating a balanced and sustainable growth model for humanity, because our very existence is at stake. He emphasized that value education should be inculcated in academia to derive a path for co-existence of human beings.

Dr Mina Mishra, Co-convener and HOD of ET&T dept asked the dignitaries to release 16th edition of Technologia proceedings. On this occasion the 3rd edition of CCET Journal of Science & Engineering Education (JSEE) was released by Dr M K Verma in the presence of all the dignitaries. Dr Sandhya Pillai, Coordinator of R&D Cell, that 14 research papers were selected for CCET National research Journal named JSEE, having ISSN-2455-5061 (online) and Scientific Journal Impact factor of 4.282. She said that CCETJSEE is an annual open access online journal that publishes original research papers, review articles and case studies in the field of engineering, science and technology encompassing new research and development for various applications. The keynote speakers Dr S S Mahapatra gave his speech on Rapid Prototyping Technology, Dr. S. R. Sathe on Open Specification for multiprocessing and Dr Namitha Brahme on Synthesis and Luminescence of isotopes. The Valedictory function was organized at CCET auditorium. The Co-convener, Dr Mina Mishra in her valedictory speech gave a brief report of Technologia’s proceedings. After the felicitation of keynote speakers, the certificates were distributed to the participants. The Vote of thanks was proposed by the convener, Dr Sitendra Tamrakar.


Christian College of Engineering and Technology (CCET), Bhilai has been hot bed for innovative learning with emphasis on all-round personality development through ethical knowledge based education. In this regard CCET in association with technical houses has been organizing many technical, cultural and literary events since 1998. One such program, Inter-college Essay writing (Hindi & English) and Debate competition, sponsored by Chhattisgarh Council of Science and Technology (CGCOST), Raipur was held at CCET, Kailashnagar, Bhilai campus on 15th of February, 2018. It was organized under the aegis of Coordinator cell of CGCOST and Literary Club of CCET. The topic of the inter-college essay writing competition was “Global warming and climate change- A serious threat to our environment” and inter-college debate competition was “Digital India- A boon or bane”. These competitions saw many participants from reputed institutes like St Thomas College, Ruabandha, Sai Polytechnic College, Bhilai, Kalyan Mahavidyalaya, Sec-7, RSR College of Engineering, Bhilai, competing with each other for the coveted prizes of Rs 1500 for the winner, Rs 1000 for first runnerup and Rs 500 for second runnerup given separately for both Hindi and English formats. The Special Guest of this Inter-college event was Dr Akhilesh Tripathi, Scientist of CGCOST, Raipur. The judges of this CGCOST, Raipur sponsored competition were Mrs Sangeeta Mishra, Principal of SNGVB, Bhilai, Mrs Deepti Dewangan, Principal, Govt School, Ramnagar and Mrs Jolly Mathai, Principal of MBVB, Shantinagar, Bhilai. The winner of Inter-college debate (English) competition was Ms Disha Bhattacharjee of CCET and the second prize was bagged by Mr Neeraj Chandani of CCET, Bhilai. First prize of Inter-college debate (Hindi) was won by Mr Shubham Bhusari of St Thomas College, second was awarded to Mr Parikshit Yash Sharma of St Thomas College and the third prize was jointly given to Mr Ashish Sharma of CCET and Mr Suraj Chandrakar of Sai Polytechnic College. In the Inter-college essay (English) competition, the first prize was bagged by Ms S Nishi of CCEt, the second prize was awarded to Mr Harsh Bijwe of CCET and the third prize was bagged by Mr A T John. The Inter-college essay (Hindi) competition was won by Mr Dhananjay Das of CCET, the second prize was awarded to Ms Sharda Aakare of CCET and Mr Om Prakash Sahu of CCET, Bhilai. The coordinators of this event were Dr Sandhya Pillai, HOD of Physics dept and Mrs Neha Singh, Assistant Professor, E&TC dept of CCET. The Executive Vice Chairman of CCET, Fr Jose K Varghese together with the Principal, Dr Deepali Soren and college management expressed their gratitude to CGCOST, Raipur and the esteemed judges for their valuable support. They also congratulated the coordinators of this event, the winners as well as the participants for making this Inter-college competition a grand success.


Since 1998, Christian College of Engineering and Technology (CCET), Bhilai has worked tirelessly in Chhattisgarh to reduce the glaring divide between academic curriculum and industrial standards. In this sequence the 4th Semester and 6th Semester students of Computer Science Engineering (CSE) and Electronics and Telecommunication (E&TC) Engineering, visited the Chhattisgarh Infotech Promotion Society (CHIPS) located at the state capital Raipur. The faculty coordinators of this Industrial tour were Mr Ashish Mishal, Asst Professor, CSE, Mr Indranil Sarkar, Asst Professor, CSE and Mr Prashant Shrivastava, Asst Professor, E&TC dept. The aim of the tour was to encourage innovative and analytical thinking in students by means of live hands-on knowledge. Mr Pranesh Dixit, Manager, Maintenance and Operation, CHIPS and Mr Gaurav Sharma, Infrastructure Expert, CHIPS demonstrated various machines, systems and projects run by CHIPS to impart thorough knowledge of Building Management System, Network setup and security, server operation and maintenance, Data recovery system, storage backups etc. While explaining various projects Mr Gaurav Sharma said that the CG State Data Center was awarded as ISO 27001:2005 certified for security and ISO 20000 certified for service. He said that the main aim for creation of CHIPS was for drastic increase and cultivation of Citizens enabled with fast and efficient online services, Improvement in IT literacy and generation of skilled and multi-tasked IT personnel. The Executive Vice Chairman of CCET, Fr Jose K Varghese and the Principal, Dr Dipali Soren extended their well wishes to the students and congratulated CSE and E&TC dept. for successful completion of the Industrial tour.

One day seminar on “Introduction to IOT & Thingworx”

The Department of Computer science and Engineering has organized a Seminar on career enhancement & current trends in programming on 06th February 2018. The lecture was delivered by expert Mr. Rohit Trivedi Chief Operating Officer, IoT Academy, Authorized PTC Training Center, Bhilai.

The expert lecture was organized for students of Computer Science & Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Electronics & telecommunication branch. The main focus of the workshop was to make aware the students about the current trends in The Internet of things (IoT) which is the network of physical devices, vehicles, home appliances and other items embedded with electronics, software, sensors, actuators, and connectivity which enables these objects to connect and exchange data. Each thing is uniquely identifiable through its embedded computing system but is able to inter-operate within the existing Internet infrastructure. They were also enlightened about the future aspects in the field of Internet of Things. Principal of the institute Dr. Deepli Soren and Dr. Sitendra Tamrakar HOD, CSE gave their best wishes for conducting the seminar. Staff members of CSE department were also present in the lecture.


Christian College of Engineering and Technology, Bhilai celebrated the 69th National Republic Day on the college premises, amid zeal and fervor with the theme “Constitution before self”. The celebrations started with flag hosting ceremony at 8:30 am on 26 January, 2018 at CCET Campus.  Amidst chants of the glory of mother India, the Indian National Flag was hoisted by Dr Dipali Soren, Principal, CCET, Bhilai in the presence of Fr Jose K Varghese, EVC, Fr Aju K Varghese, Bursar along with HODs of all departments and a huge gathering of faculties, support staff and students. After the flag hoisting ceremony a colorful and festive program was held at the college auditorium. The Executive Vice Chairman of CCET, Fr Jose K Varghese welcomed the gathering for republic day celebrations. In his speech he emphasized the importance of constitution in modern India. He urged the gathering 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 69 years the constitution has become part of our moral as well as social code and it is our Holy Geeta, Holy Quran and Holy Bible. The Principal of CCET, Dr Dipali Soren congratulated the gathering on this occasion and asked them to incorporate the constitutional duties in their lives. Dr Sitendra Tamrakar, HOD, CSE dept. motivated the gathering to uphold patriotic values at all times. He said that every Indian who does his or her duties diligently is a true patriot.

Thereafter a patriotic speech was delivered by Ashish Sharma, 6th SEM, CSE dept. In his energetic words, he filled the gathering with patriotic zeal and fervor by quoting many great Indians. Shristi Chakraborty of 6th Semester, ET&T dept and group won the heart of the gathering by her melodious songs brimming with national pride and devotion. The staff of CCET, too were abreast with the festivities, as the vocals of Mr Indranil Sarkar, Asst Professor, CSE dept. perfectly harmonized with the drum beats of Mr Jonathan Goforth J T, Asst Professor, Civil Dept. to color the program with myriad paints of the patriotism. On this occasion the annual Mar Theodosius Inter College Faculty Cricket Match was held between St Thomas College, Ruabandha and Christian College of Engineering and Technology (CCET), Bhilai at the CCET campus. After winning the toss, St Thomas College scored at a blistering pace and thanks to a rapid-fire 48 runs by Mr Mahendra, they were able put a mammoth total of 125 runs in just 12 overs. The run chase by CCET started smoothly thanks to a blitzkrieg by Mr Shadab Imam and Mr Anil David. At this point the target seemed within grasp but due to tightly controlled and disciplined spells of Best Bowler of the Match, Mr Ashok and Man of the Match, Mr Mahendra, CCET were left to score 17 runs in the penultimate over. The closely fought contest was won by St Thomas College by 13 runs to retain the Mar Theodosius cup. The prizes were distributed by the Bursar of CCET, Fr Aju K Varghese, who had encouraged each and every player. Fr Jose K Varghese, EVC, CCET and Dr M G Roymon, Principal, St Thomas College, Ruabandha extended their heartfelt gratitude to the organizers of this tournament.