KMEA Engineering College

Department Association

Association Of Electrical & Electronics Engineering

The Association of Electrical and Electronics Engineering in KMEA Engineering College is a dynamic and vibrant student organization dedicated to fostering the growth and development of students interested in the fields of electrical and electronics engineering. The association serves as a platform that not only supplements the academic curriculum but also promotes a comprehensive learning experience through various activities, workshops, seminars, and events.


The primary objectives of the association encompass both academic and personal growth:

  • Academic Enrichment: The association focuses on enhancing students’ understanding of electrical and electronics engineering concepts beyond the classroom. It provides opportunities to explore deeper into topics, discuss practical applications, and engage in hands-on projects.
  • Skill Development: The association aims to improve technical skills and also emphasizes the development of soft skills like communication, teamwork, leadership, and project management.
  • Networking: The association facilitates connections between students, faculty members, and industry professionals. It provides a platform for students to interact with experts, share ideas, and gain insights into the latest industry trends.

Activities and Initiatives:

The association offers an array of activities and initiatives to achieve its objectives:

  • Technical Workshops: Workshops on core subjects and equip students with practical skills. These workshops often include hands-on sessions and real-world projects.
  • Guest Lectures and Seminars: Eminent guest speakers from academia and industry are invited to share their knowledge and experiences. These sessions expose students to diverse perspectives and cutting-edge advancements.
  • Hackathons and Competitions: The association organizes hackathons, ideathons and engineering competitions that encourage participants to apply theoretical knowledge to real-world problems. These events foster creativity and innovation.
  • Industrial Visits: Organized trips to industrial facilities allow students to witness engineering principles in action and understand how theoretical concepts are translated into practical applications.
  • Projects and Research: The association supports student-led projects and research initiatives. Members collaborate on innovative projects, fostering a hands-on approach to learning and problem-solving.
  • Community Outreach: The association contributes to the community by organizing outreach programs, workshops for school students, and awareness campaigns about energy conservation and electronics recycling.


Participation in the Association of Electrical and Electronics Engineering yields several benefits:

  • Holistic Learning: The association provides a well-rounded learning experience that complements academic coursework, enhancing student’s overall understanding of the subject matter.
  • Skill Diversification: Through workshops and projects, students gain a diverse skill set that prepares them for a competitive job market.
  • Career Advancement: Networking opportunities and industry exposure offered by association can lead to internships, research collaborations, and job placements.
  • Leadership and Personal Growth: Involvement in association nurtures leadership qualities, teamwork, and effective communication skills.

The Association of Electrical and Electronics Engineering in college serves as an invaluable resource for students pursuing electrical and electronics engineering. By supplementing classroom learning with practical experiences, skill development, and networking opportunities, empowers students to thrive both academically and professionally. As a vibrant hub of innovation, learning, and collaboration, the association contributes significantly to the growth and success of aspiring engineers.

Professional Bodies

Electrical Engineers Technical Association (EETA),KMEA Engineering College: Association activities inculcate leadership skills in students by giving them the facility to conduct various technical and non-technical activities.

Institution of Engineers(IEI) Membership: IEI activities in college allow faculty members and students of the department to be part of the core industry and interact with academicians.

The student branch of IEEE KMEA was formed in 2012 with the aim to improve the student skills and equip them with rapidly improving industrial demands. IEEE KMEA SB regularly conducts training programmes, talks, skill development sessions, technical competitions and workshops.

Second semester students are members of IETE. All the faculties of the EEE Department are members of IEI.

IEEE PELS students chapter started in December 2023 with the aim of increasing the research aspect of the students. PELS provides a platform for students interested in power electronics to engage with like-minded peers, access resources, and participate in activities such as workshops, seminars, and conferences related to power electronics. This student chapter was inaugurated on 5/2/24 by Shone Jose, Vice Chair- IEEE Indian Council.