CSE Clubs

Hardware and Network Club

The club validates technical competency in network & hardware. The objective of the club is to empower its members to demonstrate critical knowledge of media and topologies, protocols and standards, network & hardware implementation and support and also train them for a network & hardware certifications.

Multimedia and Web Design Club

The fields of web design and multimedia are constantly evolving, and it is essential to keep abreast of emerging new media technology. This club is designed for people who wish to gain the knowledge and skills to build or maintain a basic website or create a complex multimedia presentation. The resources includes web-related studies and and classes for Web design and development, graphics design training, multimedia, Web graphics and related areas.Web design and multimedia training can prepare students to develop, design and maintain websites, as well as how to integrate different electronic media into one presentation. Web development and design is a fast growing field of opportunity and there are a number of positions in high demand.

Cyber Security Club

The need of the hour is to set priority for a secure and safe electronic environment. The main objective of this club is to enable the students to protect information and property from theft, corruption and other such sort of malicious intentions. The main aim is to train them how to safeguard one's computer from latest online threats and offer ways to respond to potential cyber-crime incidents.

Blogging Club

A small spark can trigger a mighty explosion. A small idea can turn things around in a very big way. This was the ideology behind the creation of “amaljyothibeats”, the official campus blog of Amaljyothi College of engineering. The sudden growth of the campus blog prompted the students and the faculties to start the blogging club. To spread the culture of blogging and e-writing, that is the main aim of this wonderful new club.

With more than 60 members from various years, the club runs successfully and it provides ample opportunities for those who think different and stand apart from the rest. Sky is the limit for its members and this is evident from the various activities organized by them. Sessions and seminars regarding personal blogging, campus blogging, short film making, cartoons etc are being done along with giving the members enough opportunities to develop their interviewing skills.


Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) are those software that are liberally licensed to grant users the freedom to run the program for any purpose, to study and modify the program, and to redistribute copies of either the original or modified program (without having to pay royalties to previous developers). It can include both the system software as well as the application software. System Software include- GNU/Linux, Apache Web Server, BSD etc. and Application Software include OpenOffice, Gimp, TeX and LaTeX typesetting systems etc.

Some benefits offered by FOSS tools are:


The main objective of the club is to adopt and promote the Free and Open Source Software.

The FOSS Club aims to create awareness on FOSS and to promote its usage among the student community, professionals, government officials and the public. Apart from the advocacy programme, the club is also concentrates on consultancy, training and development of Open Source softwares.

From the inception of the club, the members have conducted many advocacy programmes in various schools and colleges. The club conducts technical programmes such as workshops, technical talks, seminars, free software demo and the like, once in a week. These technical programmes are based on Free and Open Source Softwares alone.


A brief overview of the planned activities by the FOSS CLUB are as follows:


Chief Mentor
Prof. Krishnalal G
Prof. Jerin Thomas
Prof. Deepu Benson
Prof. Sruthy S