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Matrusri Campus Connect

Objective

The objectives of Matrusri Campus Connect are closely unified to those of Osmania University and Matrusri Education Society as a whole. It reflects the eminence of compliance and commitment to improve MEC students as responsible citizens of our country by fosteringCommunication and Coordination among students and staff.

Matrusri Campus Connect Team aims

  •  To improve coordination and team building skills among the students.
  •  To encourage students for academic and professional awareness with greater facility through the real
    time experience.
  •  To make them aware how to handle formal and informal situations.
  •  To enable students to express themselves in various situations.
  •  To create awareness for Employability Skills and Placement Activities.
  •  To inculcate research skills to expand their knowledge from a variety of perspectives in core subjects and
    understanding technical terminologies and texts.

MCC Team proposes some specific strategies to achieve these goals:

  •  Involving students in Lectures, Seminar Presentations, and Group Discussions.
  •  Encouraging students for Creative and Technical Writing.
  •  Improving Professional Skills by creating awareness about Placements and Opportunities in India and
    abroad.
  •  Organizing various events Elocution, Debates, etc for overall growth.

Matrusri Campus Connect can play a constructive role in the following activities

  •  Creating conducive environment for Placements and other Competitive Examinations.
  •  Conducting and organizing various curricular and co-curricular activities and events.
  •  Seeking students help during the big events like Fresher’s Day, Annual Day Celebrations, Conferences,
    Seminars, Workshops, Technical Quiz, etc.
  •  Organizing Personality Development Programmes for students.
  •  Documentation and publicity of various events and activities on the campus.
  •  Launching a blog
  • Creating a mobile alert mechanism for speedy information transfer with the help of students and staff.

MCC, right from its very inception has been an organization that was formed to bridge the gap between teachers and students, thereby promoting communication and coordination skills among students. It is also to give students real-time experience in handling different kinds of situations- formal and informal- to help bring about a wide range of awareness.
The governing body, along with the rest of the members, plans and organizes the various events that are to be conducted through the whole year.

The present governing body consists of:

S. No. Name of the student Position Branch Year
1 K. Sathwik &
K. Sushmitha
HEAD EEE
MECH
III
2 J. Shivani DEPUTY HEAD ECE II
3 C. H. Varun SECRETARY ECE III
4 Karthik DEPUTY SECRETARTY Civil III
5 Vamshi TREASURER ECE II
6 D. Sankarshana CULTURAL HEAD EEE II
7 K. Meera DEPUTY CULTURAL HEAD ECE III
8 M. Shashidhar SOCIAL MEDIA HANDLER CSE II
9 Surya Narayan VIGILANCE HEAD MECH III
10 Sudhanshu
Shikha Rachel
V. Hemanth
ANNOUNCEMENTS HEAD ECE
CSE
CSE
III

The governing body of MCC is elected based on the amount and kind of work each member puts in, also taking into consideration the dedication they have towards it. The fourth years pass on the responsibility to the third years at the end of the first semester every year.

The third years take up the responsibility from the second semester through the first semester of their fourth year and then pass it on to their juniors

The recruiting process of the first years is usually done in the month of October by the fourth years after they have consulted with the respective faculty. There is a faculty coordinator from each branch and the overall faculty coordinator is Dr.K.Sunil Manohar Reddy, who constantly guides and mentors students during event coordination.

Faculty Coordinators:
Civil-Asst. Prof. T. Rajaramanna
CSE-Asst. Prof.V.Vinay
ECE-Asst.Prof. B. Indira Priyadarshini
EEE-Asst. Prof. M. Saritha
MECH – Asst. Prof. V. Poolitha

The events conducted in the academic year 2017-2018 are as follows:

  • August 2017 Orientation Day

Independence Day – Visit to Spoorthiorphanage

  • September 2017Rally For Rivers

 Teacher’s Day

  • October 2017 Dandiya and Bathukamma Celebrations
  • February 2018 National Conference Coordination
  • March 2018 Women’s day celebrations
  • Traditional Day

TESTIMONIALS:

 Sateesh Kumar Kalakuntla (EEE) – the 1st batch of MCC (2011-2015)- Head
MCC will be a great asset for me throughout my life. I started MCC to bring all students under one platform and to revive the roots of MECS Campus life and make it a more enjoyable experience for the student community.

I learned how to run an organization with my thoughts and how to behave as Leader with no partiality in any matter. And even though I’m currently living in the US, I’m still connected to my juniors through MCC.

 Amita Ram Kulkarni (CSE) – 4th batch 2014-2018 – Head

“ I’m extremely grateful to have been able to channel the bright ideas of my incredible team as a Head of the group.
MCC has been a significant part of my college life; the opportunities it gave    me, were very enriching and I always took inspiration from their innovative ideas and dedication. I was a person who used to cherish the events which were conducted, take part in them be elated and content. I never knew about the long list of prerequisites and the arrangements that one has to fulfil in order to organize an event.
To all the batches in the act and upcoming, take great care of MCC and make your mark! “