Induction Programme at ATME College

Chief Guest Prof. K. S. Rangappa – Vice Chancellor of KSOU-Mysore, Mr. K. L. Sudhir – Commissioner of Police-Mysore, Mr. Sa Ra Mahesh – MLA-K.R.Nagar Constituency, Dr. Syed Shakeeb Ur Rahman-Vice Principal-Dean Academics-SJCE-Mysore, Mr L. Arunkumar-Chairman ATME, Mr K. Shivashankar-Vice Chairman ATME, Mr. R. Veeresh- Trustee ATME, Dr. K. S. Srinivasan-Principal ATME along with the scholarship award winners for the academic year 2011-2012 Miss Mariyam, Miss Shalu Tomar, Miss Sinduja M. S., Miss Nikitha A. P., Miss Pavitra J. and Miss Safeena Shazia.

The induction program at ATME College of Engineering, Bannur Road, Mysore was started with an invocation from Sowmya and Arpitha. Dr. K.S. Srinivasan, Principal welcomed the dignitaries, students and parents. After lighting of the lamp, Prof K.S.Rangappa, Vice Chancellor KSOU delivered the key note address. He emphasized the role of quality engineers, quality doctors and scientists. He appreciated the efforts of the management of ATME in successfully bringing out a totally equipped engineering institution. He quoted the examples of Japanese universities and North Korean Universities in terms of dedication, honesty and integrity. He also said that in India we have better qualified and experienced technocrats and scientists who are spread across the globe. He expressed that in-house hostel facilities will attract more number of students from other states.

Mr. K.L.Sudhir IPS, Commissioner of Police, Mysore city was the guest of honor. He complimented the management for introducing uniforms for the students since it develops the culture of oneness among the students. He also quoted the developments in the fields of space technology and communication technology. He advised the students to work hard with dedication and to utilize the available recourses and infrastructure of the institute to the optimum level. Mr. Sa Ra Mahesh, MLA was also the guest of honor. He advised the students to be self entrepreneurs and not to depend on jobs of external agencies. "Education should modify the life of a person and transform into good citizens" he said.

Mr. L. Arun Kumar, Chairman of ATME thanked the parents and complimented the students for selecting ATME as their choice for engineering studies. He also highlighted about the infrastructure and the facilities being provided in the campus. He insisted that the parents should advise their wards to attend all soft skill programs, technical seminars and technical lectures to improve their chances of placements. He advised the students that technology should be transformed and adopted to a real life situations. Dr.Syed Shakeeb Ur Rahman, Vice Principal of SJCE highlighted the students about the attendance criterion, norms for qualifying to higher semesters and other general rules of VTU. During the interactive sessions the senior students of ATME expressed their gratitude for giving them an opportunity for field visits and participation in workshops and technical talks. The toppers of 2010-11 and 2011-12 were awarded with cash prize and merit certificates.

The chairman highlighted about the insurance scheme for students, parents and faculty members. Dr. K. S. Srinivasan, Principal highlighted the students about the timings, general discipline of the institute and importance of academic tests. He also advised the students to consider these four years of their career as a penance and asked them to reach their goal in all effectiveness. It was also highlighted to the students that an effective anti ragging committee is functioning in the college and any students facing any problem can report the matter to the principal. The parents of the wards expressed their utmost satisfaction about the induction program and thanked the management and faculty. The program concluded with the vote of thanks Nandi Vardhan, Asst Prof, Dept of Electronics and Communication

Inauguration of ISTE Student Chapter at ATME College of Engineering


The ISTE student chapter of ATME College of Engineering was inaugurated by Prof. S. B. Devaraj, Associate Professor, Dept of Chemistry, Vidya Vardhaka College of Engineering, Mysore on 3rd of September 2012. The program was presided by Dr. K. S. Srinivasan, Principal and Mr. Deepak. M. V. S, Asst Prof and ISTE Secretary, Dept of Mechanical Engineering. Invocation was done by Ms. Sowmya and Arpitha. Ms. Sadiya Akthar and Shouban were the master of ceremony. Prof Devaraj highlighted the activities of ISTE like conduction of symposiums, workshops, presentation of papers at national and international conferences and coordinating with industries in Govt of India regarding the policy matter of technical education. Mr Deepak emphasized about the importance of interdisciplinary projects and entrepreneurship and encouraged students to work on these platforms. Mr. Deepak mentioned about the benefits of using ISTE Chapter to take up such activities. Mr Mohammed Maaz, Pavithra Ameen, presented the overview of ISTE. The program concluded with a vote of thanks by Ms. Neethu.

Achievements in sports by ATME Students

Sujan R Shetty has secured 2 Gold, 1 Silver and bags an individual championship in 28th state roller skating championship and selection trails 2012-13, conducted by karnataka roller skating association held at Belgaum.

we are happy to inform that our college has secured 3rd place in VTU Softball single zone intercollegiate tournament (Men) 2012-2013, held at Acharya Institute of Technology, Bangalore.

ATME College of Engineering organizes a free eye check-up camp

The Indian Society for Technical Education (ISTE) in collaboration with Vasan Eye Care organized a 3 day free eye checkup and consultation from 03-10-2012 to 05-10-2012. The event was inaugurated by Dr. K.S.Srinivasan Principal, Mr.Elangovan, Marketting Manager, Vasan Eye Care, Mr. Deepak.M.V.S, Assistant Professor and ISTE Secretary and Prof M.S.Veerandra Kumar, Head of Dept, Computer Science and Engg. Dr. K.S.Srinivasan delivered the presidential address and highlighted the importance of vision. Mr. Deepak explained the role of ISTE in organizing such camps and briefed the schedule of events to be followed. He welcomed the Vasan eye care team and thanked them whole heartedly for the service being rendered. Dr. K.S.Srinivasan and Mr. Deepak successfully coordinated the three day camp and provided excellent hospitality to the visitors. The valedictory was held in the seminar hall witnessed by large gathering. The students expressed their pleasure and thanked the college and Vasan Eye Care for conducting this camp. More then 850 students and staff members got benefited from this camp. The Management, Staff and Students thanked the ISTE Chapter for their continued support in planning and organizing such beneficial activities.


The MISSION 10X CONCLAVE powered by WIPRO Technologies through Azim Premji Foundation was conducted at VVIET, Mysore, on Saturday, the 25th of August 2012, to empower the teaching staff of engineering colleges in innovative teaching methodologies. Around 120 teaching faculty from various engineering colleges had participated. The aim of the program was to facilitate Active learning and Reflective Practice Methods to implement innovation in engineering classrooms. The participants also worked on interdisciplinary projects to inculcate innovation in handling final year projects. A team of 8 faculty members representing various departments from ATME College of Engineering actively participated in the program. The team was headed by Mr. Deepak of Mechanical Department, ATME college of Engineering, Mysore and also the core committee member of CONCLAVE 2012 under the able guidance of Dr. K.S.Srinivasan, Principal, ATME college of Engineering, Mysore. Dr. Datta Kumar, Senior Manager, WIPRO Technologies thanked Mr. Deepak and Dr. KS.Srinivasan for all their efforts.

Recieved Award for Best Emerging College in Karnataka-2013

Exciting news for ATME College of Engineering. The Management and Staff of ATME College of Engineering are very happy to announce that we have, for the second consecutive time, won The Best Emerging Private Engineering College in Karnataka.
One Planet Research, an Indo – Italian research center, presented the country's most prestigious and excellence awards in the Education sector. Colleges and institutions that have contributed significantly were recognized and honored on the 23rd of February 2013 in New Delhi.
The gala event was hosted by One Planet Research, where Sri Sharad Yadav, Lok Sabha MP President of JD (U) and NDA Convener was the Chief Guest. Swami Sarvanand Saraswati Founder / President International Bhajan Sukhsewa Mission, was also present at the gala ceremony in Tivoli Garden at New Delhi on Saturday, Feb 23rd, 2013.
Sri Sharad Yadav presented the Best Emerging Private Engineering College in Karnataka award to Mr Shivashankar K, Vice Chairman, ATME College of Engineering. Who accepted the award gracefully and took a couple of minutes to thank all the Governing Council, Management, Teaching staff, Non-teaching staff and a special note of thanks to Dr. Syed Shakeeb Ur Rahman the advisor of the college. He also added that this award is another feather in the cap of the College and that awards like these only re- affirm the fact that the College is moving in the right direction..

Workshop on ANDROID Application

Two days Workshop on Android Application was organized by the Dept of Computer Science & Engineering, under the auspices of CSI (Computer Society of India) student branch on 8th & 9th March- 2013, in association with Bootcamps- India, IIT Khargpur, at ATME College of Engineering. Dr.C.R.Venugopal, HOD, Dept. of Electronics and communications, SJCE Mysore, was the chief guest. Dr.L.Basavaraju, Principal, ATME College of Engineering, Mysore and Prof. M.S.Veerendra kumar, HOD, Dept. of CSE, presided over the function. Dr. C R Venugopal inaugurated the workshop by lighting the lamp and in this inaugural address he emphasized the importance of technical and professional training for industry readiness. He opined that Scripting Language and Shell Programming are very Important to understand the Industry de-facto platform UNIX OS. Further he suggested the students to opt for JAVA and WEB Designing electives in the final year. Dr. L Basavaraj, principal in his presidential address advised the students to take advantages of the opportunities provided by the college. Head of the Department Prof M S Veerendra Kumar briefed the initiatives taken by the department and plans for the next academic year.
Mr.Prashanth Ranjan, Cyber security Analyst, Bootscamp India, the trainer of the two days workshop discussed about recent trends and Industry expectation in Android application development.
Around 70 students, including students from GSSS, VVCE and EIT engineering colleges participated actively in the workshop. THREE students of ATME have been selected for National level Android workshop..

ATME Staff's and Students Participated in Let Do It Mysore Event

In connection with a one day cleaning drive "LETS DO IT MYSORE" which took place on 17-03-2013 between 7A.M - 10A.M, the ISTE Chapter of ATME College of Engineering volunteered for the cause. The ISTE chapter organized a road show and nominated student and staff volunteers for campaigning, facilitating followed by the clean-up drive. The event witnessed active participation from our students and staffs who were given simple instructions, safety kits and briefed about the recyclable waste segregation and handling. The active involvement resulted in productive team work and in the end the organizers of LETS DO IT MYSORE thanked the team for having done a commendable job.
The activity was headed by Mr. Deepak. M.V.S, Asst Prof and Placement Officer and Mrs. S.R.Bhagyashree, H.O.D, Department of Electronics and Communication and Mr.Sagar. M.S.R, Student Coordinator, 6th sem, Mechanical Engineering.
The involvement of ATME College of Engineering for such causes shows its efforts in spreading the message of social responsibility and its commitment towards creating a better society. The management, staff and students appreciated the team for all its efforts. ..


Computer Society of India – student branch, ATME College of Engineering, Mysore, is celebrating the First Anniversary of its inception on 9th April 2013, 10:00 AM. Dr.K.Chidananda Gowda, Formal vice-chancellor, Kuvempu University and GC Member, ATME, Mysore is the chief guest and Dr.L.Basavaraju, principal & Prof.M.S.Veerendra Kumar, Head, Department of Computer Science are guest of honour and Ms. Navya S R, Student Branch Chairman preside over the function.

Invitation for ATME Mock CET 2013

There will be small Interaction with the students by Mr.Narasimha Murthy,Ex-Public Relation Officer, KEA,Bangalore.We from ATME College of Engineering request Students to make use of this interaction and make it successful.


The Department of Placement & Training, ATME College of Engineering in association with H L Square technologies has conducted a two day mock placement activity for the students of 6th semester Electronics & Communication branch. The two day activity was held in our campus on 8th and 10th of May 2013 headed by Mr. Gowri Prakash, Head, HR Operations of HLS technology along with a 15 member team of technical and H.R professionals and Mr. Deepak M. V.S. Placement & Training Officer, ATME College of Engineering. The candidates were briefed about the basic requirements, different methods of interviewing, its importance & the role of such activities for placement selection. It started with a written test comprising of technical aptitude & verbal based questions. Later the students were divided into 5 batches comprising of 10-12 candidates for the group discussion. The group discussion topics were based on global, social & technical issues. The method of conduction of G.D’s were briefed & later coordinated. The necessary observations were noted & documented. The session ended followed by a short lunch break.

After a short break, candidates were asked to fill up a resume and attend the personal interview comprising of the candidate & two H.R’s for a period of 20min comprising of technical and personal questions. The observations include body language, reasoning, attitude, listening and speaking skills were assessed. Upon the completion of interview the students were made to gather in a seminar hall and Mr.Gowri Prakash addressed the student about their performance and the areas to focus on. He gave a presentation about the types of industries, their expectations and their recruitment standards and their evolving strategies across the globe. He emphasized about the various opportunities encompassing different areas including service and research based organizations and the various emerging technologies in the field of embedded systems, robotics and mobile computing. He shared his experience about heading the H.R wing at Larsen and Tubro Limited where he served as the Manager H.R, having interviewed more than 300000 candidates along with his team and having recruited more than 10000 people across the country during his tenure spanning 15 years. An open discussion was held and students got their queries answered. The event came to an end with a formal valedictory by Mr. Deepak thanking the Management, Principal for all the help extended and HLS Technologies team for having successfully conducted the event. The H.R team was provided with excellent hospitality all through the event and the team also expressed their pleasure to revisit the campus again. ..


The Department of Placement and Training of ATME College of Engineering successfully conducted Industrial visit to VTU Bosch Rexrorth Automation Centre. The visit was conducted to all the branches of 6th sem. The industrial visit was aimed to give insight to students in the field of Automation &the advancements taking place. The students belonging to all the domains were taken to the various state of art labs comprising Hydraulics, Pneumatics, Sensoronics, Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC’s), Mechatronics & Robotics. A demo followed by few experiments was given by Mr. Bharath, Executive, Sales & Training, South Zone, Bosch Rexroth. Students were given hands on experience for all the labs along with the necessary components which was customized to cater to their individual branches. The session concluded with the display of a real time Automation Project.

An interaction was organized between the Bosch faculties and students where queries related to Automation, short term courses, advancements and its applications were satisfactorily answered. A briefing was done about the huge scarcity for automation professionals and the opportunities these specializations hold across the globe in the field of food processing, pharmaceuticals, hardware manufacturing, automobiles, robotics mainly addressing mass production and agile manufacturing. Mr. Deepak M.V.S, Placement &Training Officer & his team coordinated all the visits successfully and was well supported and ably guided by Principal Dr. L. Basavaraj. Management, Staff and students thanked the Placement Department for all their efforts in giving an insight about the automation technology which is emerging as a fastest growing industry with abundant opportunities ..

Pre Placement Training organized for the final year students on 15th July 2013 has been postponed

Pre Placement Training organized for the final year students on 15th July 2013 has been postponed indefinitely. The students have been here by informed to register themselves at the college office at the earliest. For updates and more details contact Mr Deepak M V S.

ATME CS Dept Students under CSI Organised Six days COMPUTER AWARENESS PROGRAMME

Department of Computer Science & Engineering under the banner of Computer Society of India (CSI) - Student Branch, organized a SIX days COMPUTER AWARENESS PROGRAMME, for the X standard students of Govt., High School, Harohalli, Mysore.

The inaugural function of the Workshop was held on 22/7/2013 morning. Sri M B Siddegowda, zilla Panchayat Member was the chief guest. Sri K Shivashankar, Vice Chairman and trustee ATME College of Engineering, was the guest of honour and Dr. L Basavaraj, Principal ATME College of Engineering, presided over the function. The program started with the invocation (E-Prayer). Mrs. SNEHA N P, Asst. Prof, Dept. of CSE welcomed the gathering. On this occasion Sri M B Siddegowda, Zilla Panchayat Member was felicitated by the Vice Chairman, Sri K Shivashankar. Prof. M S Veerendrakumar, Head, Dept of Computer Science and Engineering, who was also guest of honor, briefed about the Computer Awareness Program conducted under Student Branch of Computer Society of India. Also, he explained the objectives and the activities of Computer Society of India and the benefits to the students, professionals, employees and general public. Further he briefed about the management plans to help the rural mass in the future. The day to day class room session details and hands on activities planned for the workshop was explained to school students.

The chief guest Sri M B Siddegowda, Jilla Panchayat Member, addressing the gathering opined that the knowledge of computers is mostly benefited by the primary and higher primary student studying in urban areas, while students studying in rural areas that too in Kannada medium are deprived of computer facilities and knowledge. He opined that the program envisioned by ATME College and the Management for the rural students for the Haraohalli Govt. High School students is highly appreciable. Sri K Shivashankar who was the guest of honour in his speech suggested the school students to utilize the opportunity provided by the college to the fullest and to make themselves ready for the competitive computerized world.

FDP (Faculty Development Program) to be conducted in ATME by E&C department on 8th August, 2013

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ATME Induction Program 2013


“Today’s youth’s interest in education is depleting by the day” said Prof M G Krishnan, ViceChancellor, KSOU, Mysore, to a very energetic gathering of parents and students at ATME College of Engineering. Monday the 5th Aug 2013 saw ATME College of Engineering welcome their fresh batch of engineering students at their vast campus.

Ever since the era of mobiles and computers, students have been attracted to them immensely and wasting their precious time. The culture of reading newspapers and books have taken a back seat ever since. About 95 percent of the parents have been imposing their dreams and aspirations on their kids, hoping they will fulfill their own long lost dreams. Such peer pressure is very unhealthy for the development of an individual as well as the society in whole.

Sri G Madhusudhan, MLC South Graduates constituency said “India was still living in the past of being ruled by the British”. He also added that students should stop chasing the western dream and lifestyle and explore our traditional arts, music and dance and not limit themselves to just text books.

Dr Shakeeb Ur Rahaman, Vice-principal, SJCE, Mysore and the mentor of the college addressed the aspiring engineers by stressing the importance of working hard in their first year of engineering, saying it will reward them endlessly for 40 more years if they do so now, or else will suffer if they relax and take the first year of the course lightly. He also laid the foundation in the young and impressionable minds of the students all about their life ahead in ATME. He briefed both the students and parents about internal assessments and the importance of attendance during their course.

21 Meritorious existing students of each branch were honored and bestowed with cash awards for scoring highest marks in their respective branches. The following were the students who bagged cash awards:

First year toppers:
Teja CP, Pavan R and Prathibha S

Second Year toppers:
Computer Science Engineering: Aishwarya T P and Sunil Kumar B R

Civil Engineering: Vishval Shri M N and Damini S Raju

Mechanical Engineering: Hemanth B R and Vishwas S P

Electronics and Communications Engineering: Mariyam and Praneeth P

Electrical and Electronics Engineering: Shahanaz Harshi and Safeena Shazia

Third year toppers:
Computer Science Engineering: Shalu Tomar and Slmanulla Baig

Mechanical Engineering: Pavithra J and Ullas K

Electronics and Communications Engineering: Sindhuja M S and Pruthvi B K

Electrical and Electronics Engineering: Geetha N and Nikitha A P

The parents and students also got to have an interactive session where they could get answers to all their queries. New students were handed starter kits which included Syllabus copies, student handbooks and ID Cards.

Mr. L Arunkumar, Chairman, ATME College; Dr. L Basavaraj, Principal, ATME College; Mr. Shivashankar K, Vice-Chairman, ATME College; Mr. Veeresh R and Mr. Venkatesh H trustees ATME College of Engineering were also present at the event.

Report of one day State level Workshop – LATEX, conducted by Dept. of E&C, ATME, Mysore


The department of Electronics and Communication of ATME College of Engineering, Mysore conducted a day long state level Workshop on LATEX as faculty development program on Thursday, 8th August 2013. Around forty faculties and Research scholars from various Engineering colleges from Karnataka state participated.

The above picture shows the inauguration event - clockwise from left Smt. S R. Bhagya Shree, HOD, Department of ECE, Dr. L. Basavaraj, Principal, Prof. M.J. Sampath Kumar, Secretary, IETE, Mysore Centre and the Resource person Dr. Chandrashekhar M. Patil, Associate Professor, VVCE, Mysore lighting the lamp.

Mr. Yathisha L, Asst. Professor and Mr. Shashidhar S Gokhale, Asst. Professor, from the department of ECE coordinated the event. The group photo as below shows the participants (standing in three rows) along with S R. Bhagya Shree, HOD, Dept. of ECE, Resource person Dr. Chandrashekhar M. Patil, Associate Professor, VVCE, Dr. L. Basavaraj, Principal, Prof. M.J. Sampath Kumar, Secretary, IETE, Mysore Centre and Mr. Parthasarathy L, HOD, Dept. of E&E (sitting on chairs in front row from left to right).

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