Aspiring candidates may apply online through the website https://kmatkerala.in from 2nd November 2018 5.00PM onwards. The last date for submitting online application is 31.01.2019, 5.00 PM. The application fee prescribed for general candidate is Rs 1000/- and Rs 750/- for SC/ST Candidate.
The candidate seeking for MBA admission will have to qualify in any of the entrance test such as KMAT, CMAT and CAT. It is to be noted that MAT score will not be considered for MBA admission in Kerala.
Those who are studying for last year degree course and are awaiting their results may also apply for the KMAT KERALA Entrance Examination 2019.
For further clarification contact ASC through following numbers 0471-2335133 or 8547255133.
ICT Academy of Kerala in association with Kerala Startup and IEDC MES AIMAT is organizing design thinking workshop for students on Dec 13th and 14th 2018. Total number of seats is limited to 30. The registration fees for the workshop is 600/- per head. Mr. Sony John Bronzon, CPLP, Master Facilitator – Head Training and Organizational Development Allone Training and Development will lead the sessions. This workshop is aimed for helping the students to develop practical and innovative solutions and also gave insights to the Design Engineering paper included in the syllabus of KTU.
YOUTH RED CROSS, avoluntary humanitarian organization to protect human life and health started its functioning in MES AIMAT. The chief guest of the event was Mr. Shabeer, Ernakulam district Red Cross President and GM of Hycout group inaugurated the function on 05/12/2018 in the AIMAT seminar hall at 03:15 PM with the objective “unity for Human Dignity”. Ms. Emima Johnson, Student Coordinator Youth Red Cross Welcomed the gathering. The event was presided by Dr.P.A.Habeeb Rahiman, Director MES AIMAT. Ms. Lakshmi B, HOD MCA Department ,Ms Subitha, Faculty Department of MBA and Mr. Jibin N Programme officer, Red Cross felicitated the function. The YRC member Saliha delivered vote of thanks and winded the function by 4.15 pm.
Design Thinking is fairly new to the Indian industry. Companies are intrigued
about the concept, but unfortunately are unaware of how Design Thinking can be applied to bring about that change at different scales. Kerala Startup Mission in association with ICT academy and IEDC MES AIMAT organized design thinking workshop for students at Ernakulum District on December 13 th and 14 th 2018. The workshop was hosted by Mr. Sony John Bronzon, CPLP, Master Facilitator – Head Training and Organizational Development. The Workshop was equipped with students from Engineering Colleges, Polytechnics and Arts & Science Colleges. Thirty five students from 20 different Colleges participated in the event. Dr. P A Habeeb Rahiman, Director MES AIMAT welcomed the gathering. Two groups of students participated in the workshop from MES AIMAT. The workshop helped the participants to develop practical and innovative solutions and also give insights to the Design Engineering concept.
Startup India Kerala Yatra was organized under the Startup India initiative, the Startup India Kerala Yatra program aims to catalyze the vast entrepreneurial talent present in the small cities in India and enrich the startup ecosystem of the tier 2/3 cities of our country. The Kerala edition of the program was held in fourteen cities and conducted day-long boot camps to identify potential entrepreneurs and it was the best episode of Yatra across the nation. The project was among the 80 innovative ideas that competed at the grand finale of Startup Yatra. The finale of the Startup Yatra held at technopark campus, Trivandrum. The 4 AIMATIANS Afzal, Badusha, Usha Nandini and Vidya from MCA department represented Kerala Startup Yatra grand finale and secured second prize worth Rs.50000/-for best social startup for their idea SMART WASTE BIN.
IEDC team from MES AIMAT, Marampally participated in the 3rd edition of IEDC SUMMIT on 3 rd. November 2018,Saturday.The SUMMIT was Powered by Kerala Startup Mission and held at Amal Jyothi College Of Engineering, Kanjirappally. Theme of the IEDC SUMMIT was “Rebuilding Kerala”. The SUMMIT was inaugurated by IT Secretary Shivasankar IAS and the presence of Kerala Startup Mission CEO Dr Saji Gopinath was there throughout in the SUMMIT. Maker Fest which took place in association with Motwani Jadeja Foundation to create social impact was yet another attraction .Maker Fest was inaugurated by Sherry Lasitter, president and CEO,FAB Foundation. The students of MES AIMAT participated in Maker Fest and conducted hands on workshops on Vinyl cutting and Screen printing, Molding and Casting and Dream Catcher and presented an IOT project on waste management
MES AIMAT celebrated 62nd anniversary of Kerala on November 1 st 2018, Thursday. The chief guest of the programme was Jb Zakeer Hussain, MES district president & Treasurer of MES AIMAT Dr P.A Habeeb Rahiman presided over the function. The programme started at 9.30 am in the Seminar hall. Welcome address was delivered by Prof Muhammed Sajad, HOD MBA. Vote of thanks was delivered by Ms. Lakshmi B, HOD MCA. The programme started with a video presentation to inspire everyone on how our state recovered from all calamities. Various events that coloured the celebration were Thiruvathira, Nadan pattu, Malayali Manka Maran competition, etc. Students actively participated with competitive spirit and harmony and the programme was finished with prize distribution to the winners by the Director at 3.30 pm.
IEDC MES AIMAT in association with ICFOSS and Kerala Statup mission is organizing two workshop on Wordpress , a free and open source content management system (CMS) to familiarize students about the basics of web application development in this platform on October 30th and 31st 2018
Internet of Things (IoT) is a sprawling set of technologies and use cases that has no clear, single definition. One workable view frames IoT as the use of network-connected devices, embedded in the physical environment, to improve some existing process or to enable a new scenario not previously possible.
These devices, or things, connect to the network to provide information they gather from the environment through sensors, or to allow other systems to reach out and act on the world through actuators. They could be connected versions of common objects you might already be familiar with, or new and purpose-built devices for functions not yet realized. They could be devices that you own personally and have on your person or in your home, or they could be embedded in factory equipment, or part of the fabric of the city you live in. Each of them is able to convert valuable information from the real world into digital data that provides increased visibility into how your users interact with your products, services, or applications.
The Innovation & Entrepreneurship Development Cell (IEDC) of IEDC MES AIMAT in association with in association with International Centre for Free and Open Source Software (ICFOSS) and Kerala Startup Mission (KSUM) is organized two day workshop on Internet of Things (IoT) for students and Technology enthusiasts on October 12th and 13th 2018. The venue of the workshop was MES AIMAT Seminar Hall, more than thirty students participated in the workshop.