ABOUT SAE INDIA STUDENT MEMBERSHIP

SAE INDIA has over 22500 student members in more than 190 Collegiate clubs located all over India. Collegiate clubs provide practical exposure to a professional engineering society as well as focal point for campus engineering programs and projects. Applicants must be college / university students pursuing studies leading to any bachelor,masters, or doctoral degree in Engineering. SAE INDIA membership is not open to school students.

SAE INDIA Collegiate clubs offer student members organized programs and activities, fellowship, and leadership experience. SAEINDIA student members are also entitled to many of the services available to SAE INDIA’s regular members.

TEN GOOD REASONS FOR STUDENTS TO JOIN SAE INDIA

  • FREE SUBSCRIPTION TO ON - LINE MAGAZINES
  • FREE ADMISSION TO LECTURE MEETINGS
  • DISCOUNTS ON REGISTRATIONS FOR MAJOR SAEINDIA MEETINGS AND EXHIBITS
  • DISCOUNTS ON SAE TECHNICAL PAPERS AND BOOKS INCLUDING THE SAE
  • DISCOUNTS ON SAEINDIA TOP-TECH TRAINING PROGRAMS
  • FREE INDUSTRY VISITS
  • DISCOUNT FOR TRANSFERRING TO REGULAR MEMBERSHIP
  • PRIORITY PROJECT ALLOCATION FOR STUDENT PROJECTS
  • CONTACTS AND NETWORKING
  • SCHOLARSHIPS


CONSTITUTION OF THE COLLEGIATE CLUB OF THE SOCIETY OF AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERS AT KONGUNADU COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY

This Collegiate Club has been charted by the SAE INDIA and is subject to the Constitution,Bylaws, Rules and Regulations of parent Society.

PURPOSE

The purpose of this organization is to provide its members opportunities to gain broader insight into the engineering profession by sponsoring meeting that will bring practicing engineers to the campus, arranging field trips to research and engineering establishments,sponsoring student projects of engineering interest, and participating in local SAEINDIA Section activities.

NAME

Name of this organization: SAEINDIA Kongunadu college of Engineering and Technology Collegiate Club

MEMBERSHIP

Total number of student members in SAE : 70
Total number of staff members in SAE : 4

SAE OFFICER BEARERS

Chairperson : K.S. Kavin Adhithya
Vice Chairperson : T.Narendiran
Secretary : S.Vijay
Treasurer : P.Ponraj

FACULTY ADVISOR

Dr.R.Venkatesh, Prof.&HOD/Mech,
Mr.K.Periyasamy, Asst.Professor
Mr.R.Karthick, Asst.Professor
Mrs.V.Selvam, Asst.Professor

FUNCTIONS ORGANIZAISED BY SAE

S.No

 Event Name

Resource Person

 Date

1.

Inauguration and Two days National level workshop on “Automobile Engineering and Advances

Dr.R.M.Satheesh kumar Prof/HOD KLN college
Mr.S.Sivakumar, Project Head,Pondichery Mr.M.Kanakaraju, Penta CAD, Nkl Dr.K.Velmanirajan, Dean R&D, KNCET

 11.03.2013& 12.03.2013

2.

 One day Seminar on” Approaches for Managing Renewable Energy for Substainable Development"

Dr.C.Ahmed Basha M.Tech.,Ph.D      Deputy Director & Scientist Head  Dr.K.Velmanirajan, Principal, 
Sri Raaja Raajan College of Engg.& Tech, Karaikudi
03.01.2015 

3.

One day Seminar on” Nanotechnologies of Automobile vehicles”

Dr.E.Rajasekar,Prof/Automobile Engg Erode. 22.09.2016 

4.

 Student Convention 2016 Tier I Level Mrs.V.Selvam, AP/Mech                     Mrs.N.Nithiya, AP/Mech           Mr.K.Balasubramani, AP/Mech
Mr.G.Saravanan,AP/Mech
10.01.2017 

5.

 Two days Workshop on “CNC MILLING & TURNING” Mr.N.Sivashankar, AP/Mech, KNCET    Mr.N.Kawin,  AP/Mech, KNCET         Mr.S.Karthick,  AP/Mech, KNCET Mr.P.Arulpandian,  AP/Mech, KNCET 10.03.2017  &11.03.2017

6.

 Inauguration & Seminar on “ Recent trends in automobiles” Mr. Hari Prasath Murugan,M.Tech,                Renault Nissan Pvt Ltd, Chennai. 10.07.2017 
7.  Two days Workshop on “CNC MILLING &TURNING” Mr.N.Sivashankar, AP/Mech, KNCET     Mr.N.Kawin, AP/Mech, KNCET           Mr.S.Karthick,  AP/Mech, KNCET   Mr.P.Arulpandian,  AP/Mech, KNCET 23.08.2017  &24.08.2017

 

 SAE Students Chapter Strength

S.No

 No. of Students

 Year

1.

70 2013

2.

70 2015

3.

58 2016

4.

78 2017

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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