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  • Alumnus Rony Thomas gets featured in Virginia Business Magazine

    LifeNet is an organ procurement resource in Virginia. Rony Thomas, President, and CEO, LifeNet Health, was featured in Virginia Business magazine, among 500 other top executives who are all experts in their field. It details the background of LifeNet and the kind of positive change it has undergone under the leadership of Rony Thomas. 585 organ transplants were undertaken in the previous year, under the able watch of Rony Thomas. LifeNet has expanded in ways that will change the face of healthcare.

  • CETAA Kuwait invites James Joseph Moolakatt for a virtual meet

    James Joseph Moolakatt is one of a kind entrepreneur, whose journey traverses through the role of Director of Microsoft India and then as the founder of Jackfruit365. A strong believer in the work from home concept, James is also credited with being one of those early advocates of work from home in Kerala. This extraordinary technology expert turned businessman has a few tricks up his sleeve that could change the lives of many aspiring entrepreneurs.

  • CET Alumni wins awards at ECCV 2020 Online

    Congratulations to CET alumni Shri. Densen Puthussery, Shri. Hrishikesh P S, Shri. Melvin Kuriakose and current principal of CET, Shri. Jiji C V on being awarded as winners in the "UDC 2020 Challenge on Image Restoration of Under-Display Camera" and the "AIM 2020 Challenge on Scene Relighting and Illumination Estimation Track 1 One-to-One Relighting" at the European Conference on Computer Vision, Glasgow, UK 2020 Online.

  • Felicitation of UPSC Civil Service 2019 Achievers

    From the annals of CET rises some of the greatest go-getters that the nation will see. Clearing the service, some of our very own alumni have qualified for the UPSC Civil Services. Leaders who will bear the torch that takes the country forward, our alumni are already changemakers in our eyes. CETAA and the faculty of CET together held a felicitation meeting online to honour these achievers who will make a mark in India’s history. The candidates who qualified for UPSC include:

  • Jiffy.ai bags AirAsia deal

    AirAsia has chosen Silicon Valley and Thiruvananthapuram-based Jiffy.ai platform to implement robotic process automation (RPA) in the organisation worldwide. Jiffy.ai is an RPA platform that leverages artificial intelligence, machine learning, and natural language processing. CET Alumnus Shri. Babu Sivadasan (Batch of 1993, CSE) is the Co-founder & CEO of JIFFY.ai

    Congratulations, Shri. Babu Vinod Sivadasan. May you continue to reach greater heights.

  • CET Alumnus Rajendran C Menon appointed as IBM DE

    Appointed as ‘Distinguished Engineer’ within IBM is CETian, Mr. Rajendran C Menon. It is one of the most coveted positions within IBM that is indicative of the world of knowledge that the selected candidate possesses. One of the most important leadership roles within the hierarchies of IBM, being a Distinguished Engineer comes with the weight of handling large teams and projects. One of the first Malayalis to be lauded with this, he is also the only CETian to achieve this. We are honoured to have one among us receive this. Congratulations, Mr. Rajendran C Menon.

  • Social Worker TN Krishnakumar gets interviewed

    Shri. T N Krishnakumar, the man behind the generous act of sponsoring 61 tickets to Indians stuck in UAE, to make their way back to India, during the coronavirus health crisis, opens up about his journey as an Engineer who now widely also volunteers for many different causes. Popular in Dubai for many of the different communities he extends his help to, T N Krishnakumar believes in sharing a part of his daily life for the benefit of another person. 

  • CETians collaborate to donate full-body gowns

    The coronavirus pandemic has brought the entire healthcare sector working endlessly, without all their resources in place. With the healthcare system clogged due to the sheer number of cases, the authorities are working in the best manner possible to ascertain that everything remains intact. An act of generosity and kindness comes a long way during times like these. Rotary Cochin Cosmos donated 2000 full-body gowns to the Ernakulam GH. The head of Rotary Cochin Cosmos is Shri. Venkatesh Thyagarajan, an alumnus of the 1993 batch of Engineering.