Student Clubs

Technical Clubs

IEEE-­SJCE is a student branch of the international institute, IEEE (Institute of Electrical & Electronic Engineers: IEEE­-SJCE was established in the year 1991. Since then it is in the fore­front of providing technical education to students & bridging the gap between the academia and industry. With more than 100 IEEE members and numerous volunteers, IEEE­-SJCE is one of the most active and highly respected technical clubs of SJCE. IEEE­-SJCE members are spread over different streams of engineering such as EC, EEE, CS, IS, IT and BT. Its activity is not just restricted to SJCE, it has even served many students outside of SJCE. In recognition of its efforts, IEEE-­SJCE was awarded the “Best Student Branch” in India for the year 2003-­04.

IEEE-­SJCE conducts various activities throughout the year to enhance the skills of students. Some of the most popular workshops conducted by IEEE­-SJCE till date are Robotics, Vacation Project Mania (VPM), Soldering & Etching, LATEX, Blender, Networks, Snap Circuits, Web Design Mania etc. IEEE-­SJCE also provides scholarships to students to encourage students to be a part of IEEE.

IEEE­-SJCE conducts 2 main technological fests: Tuxedo & Cyberia.

Linux Campus Club (LCC), is a non-profit technical organization under the department of Computer Science and Engineering, JSS S&T University Mysuru, India;  Now in its decennial year, the main aim of the organization is to spread awareness about free and open source software among the students of JSS S&T University and is run by the students themselves. We encourage students to make the transition from proprietary software to FOSS (Free and Open Source Software).

At the beginning of every academic year, registrations are opened for LCC, and students across all the departments are encouraged to join the club. The first step we take towards fostering the use of free and open source software among the students is to distribute customized linux installation DVDs to all the members soon after the membership drive. An installation session is conducted to guide the members through the installation step by step.

To familiarize the students with linux, sessions are conducted regularly by the members themselves on basic linux features, various languages such as python and tools like lex and yacc. We are ever ready to help students in any topic related to their curriculum as well by conducting sessions on demand. We also conduct talks by members of the open source community and workshops to facilitate hands on experience to supplement the sessions conducted.

The Computer Society of India (CSI) – SJCE Student Chapter has been instrumental in promoting expertise in the field of Information Technology. Some of our activities include – Encouraging industry-institute interaction through various presentations, Acquainting the students with the latest technology in the industry by organizing guest lectures and talks, Organizing courses and workshops for students about topics related in the field of Information Technology.

CSI – SJCE student chapter will organizes an introductory event, famously called as ‘Enigma’. The event is organized with a sole purpose for juniors to learn about CSI-SJCE student chapter and kick off annual registration drive. The student juniors (who are in 1st and 2nd year) will be introduced to various events that will be held under CSI SJCE Chapter.

Every academic year we are experiencing a spectacular rise in participation and involvement of all students. Hence, we are conducting an annual technical event called ‘Technologix’. Technologix will be collaborated with many academic and corporate sectors to pull the various resource persons to involve in various CSI activities. Previous Technologix saw collaboration with SAP, Redhat, Allgos, Myra Business School and many other industries as title sponsors. Amidst this technical extravaganza, many events like: Code runners, Manifesto, Kayaka, Torpedo, Algorithm, Hold your motive, Wall Street will be organized.

The University PACE students are participating in the reconfigurable and shared use mobility system (RSMS) II phase. This competition will be held in Cincinnati, USA during July 2016. 10 students are working with PESIT, Michigan State University in Team 6 under the guidance of Mr. V.Basavaraju, Dr. R.Srinidhi and the mentor is Dr. V.Ramesh.

Further, 8 students have applied for PACE CONNECTED MOBILITY SOLUTIONS design project competition 2016 under the guidance of Dr. K.Chandrashekara. Further, students are being encouraged to write technical papers, posters to be presented in the PACE Annual Forum.

University is in the process of procuring NX 10 version software and 5 seats of NX learning advantage. Initial approvals are made by the PACE authorities and will be loaded to the workstations by January 2016.
Automobile assemblies of various car engines are being supplied by General Motors Bangalore from the PACE initiative. These models will be helpful in carrying out study projects in the field of Automotive Electronics and Mechanical Engineering Sciences branches.

In the year 2015, “iREACTOR” project won the II prize in the Collaborative Innovative Challenge competition in University of São Paulo, Sao Paulo, Brazil. The students involved in this project were Aniketh Mohan Rao, Abhiram Madenur Venkatesha, Suraj Handithavalli Purushothama and Vadiraja Mysore Nagendra. This project was guided by Dr.K.Chandrashekara and mentored by Dr. V. Ramesh and Prof. V.Basavaraj.

“A Comparative FEM Analysis of Tribological and strength characteristics of composites of PF and ER matrices reinforced with GF and other filler materials with commercially available Brake pads” Won the III prize for outstanding poster preparation and presentation. The students involved in this project were Vadiraja M N and Mohan Kumar. This project was guided by Dr.K.Chandrashekara and mentored by Dr. V. Ramesh and Prof. V.Basavaraj.

In addition, 1 CIC project, 02 CIC poster presentations and 02 Technical paper poster presentations were presented by JSS S&TU in the Global Forum, which consists of 65 globally recognized PACE institutions from all around the world, five of which are located in India.

A total of 05 students participated in the Siemens NX Basic certification training program in the forum and Srikanth of I&P and Mohammad Anshad of Mechanical Engineering cleared the NX Certification exam and they were awarded the Basic NX trainer certificates by Siemens PLM software, USA.

Further, the students of JSS S&TU who participated in RSMS (Reconfigurable Shared use Mobility System) project as TEAM 6 with other universities namely PES University, Bangalore, MSRUAS, Bangalore, Wuhan University of Technology, China, Michigan Technological University, USA and ITAM, Mexico prepared a prototype model of RSMS which is a four wheeler vehicle with the provision of reconfigurable and shared use mobility system.

University students Srinidhi Bukkapatanam, Nikhil Somashekar Murthy, Vijayeendra Rao Harnall Padmanabh, Suraj Handithavalli Purushothama and Srikanth Nanjundaswamy participated in this project. RSMS project was sponsored fully by General Motors and PACE consortium. This project was guided by Prof. V.Basavaraj and Dr.R.Srinidhi and mentored by Dr. V. Ramesh.

University PACE Coordinator Prof. Basavaraj. V along with project mentor Dr.K.Chandrashekara with 13 students of SJCE attended the PACE global forum and received these awards.

UNIVERSITY-PACE ADMINISTRATOR, Dr. Syed Shakeeb Ur Rahman and UNIVERSITY-PACE Integrator Dr. V. Ramesh congratulated the teams of JSS S&TU for their achievement in the forum and remarked that the students of JSS S&TU have made the college very proud in the Golden Jubilee Year of Sri Jayachamarajendra College of Engineering. This is a very happy moment for the institution as this is 5th consecutive time that University has excelled at the forum.

PACE Achievement 2018. Download information here.

Developer Student Club is a program powered by Google Developers that identifies and supports university students who are passionate about growing developer communities that foster learning, sharing, and collaboration. The club is open to any student, ranging from novice developers who are just starting to advanced developers who want to uplift their skills. The club is intended as space for students to try out new ideas and collaborate to solve mobile and web development problems. We also provide an opportunity for students to apply their newly gained skills to develop solutions for local organizations and then provide visibility via showcase events. Our goal is to create an impact. Impact students and empower them to impact their communities through technology.
DSC program offers:
  • Workshops

    • DSC leads to organize and facilitate workshops on university campuses to provide students with technical development skills.

  • Solution development activities

    • The students get an opportunity to apply their skills for a live problem sourced from the local community (sourced by the DSC community). In addition to developing skills, the students gain problem-solving skills as they understand more about the problem and are developing a solution using technology, along with communication skills as they learn how to ask questions to better understand the problem.

  • Showcases

    • The students will present the solutions on campus and city-level showcases, thus gaining visibility and inspiring more students to learn and apply development skills.

  • Stories

    • The DSC Leads are empowered to identify and share success stories within the campuses and at a local community level, thus inspiring more students to learn and apply development skills.

    • Some of the stories are shared at regional and global levels.

  • Grow the local community

    • DSC Leads are connected with members of Google and the Google Developers communities (Google Developer Groups, Google Developer Experts, Google Business Groups, etc.) & other programs including Women Tech-makers Scholars, Interns, Alumni of the former Google Student Ambassador program, Facilitators of Applied CS program, etc. Collaborations are encouraged to support each other.

  • Talent for Google

    • DSC Leads will have the opportunity to refer students they believe are strong talent.

Non Technical Clubs

The Editorial Board is responsible for bringing out the annual college magazine Jayzine, and conducting the annual literary fest || shabd ||. The Board has members from various departments, selected through a rigorous and unusual recruitment process and are also responsible for conducting many debates and discussions in the campus.

Check out their website for more details.


Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat programme aims to enhance interaction & promote mutual understanding between people of different states/UTs through the concept of state/UT pairing. The states carry out activities to promote a sustained and structured cultural connect in the areas of language learning, culture, traditions & music, tourism & cuisine, sports and sharing of best practices, etc.

Check out their Instagram Page for more details.




Objective of EBSB

What’s the first thing that comes to your mind when you hear the word adventure?

For us its Sahas!

This adventure club was started to allow the youth of SJCE to engage in and enjoy adventure sports.

That little seed has now grown into a bigger tree and has branched into many prosperous aspects. Sahas has successfully organised several one day treks, rock climbing activities, rappelling, rafting and 5 day aqua and terrestrial camps.

The club aims to encourage students to step outside their comfort zone and take on a challenge that they wouldn’t otherwise. Sahas not only wants to build strong individuals but also works towards making the students more aware of nature and the importance and beauty of it.

Sparsh is a techno cultural club of JSS STU (SJCE).“Sparsh talk” is the event conducted by Sparsh where the stars speak and the students hear.

The official photography club of JSS Science and Technology University (formerly SJCE).
The club focuses on promoting amateur photographers of SJCE.

A versatile group of theatre and screen artists striving to do what they do best, ACT

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Bureau Club is a Civil Services aspirants club of our college. This is the first official Civil Services aspirants club in the technical institute in Kanataka. The main objective of this club is to create common platform for preparing for Civil Services exam and aiming for their future goals and facilitate the development of competitiveness among the aspirants by motivating and assisting them to exceed their potential. The club was inaugurated by Dr C G Betsurmuth retd KAS, Executive secretary Mahavidyapeetha, on 21 st August. Our chief guest appreciated and encouraged our intiative.

The Civil Services examination is one of the most competitive and toughest exams in India. There are many students who are interested in Indian Civil Service but they don’t know how to take their next step. Therefore these students need to be honed by broadening their perspective and motivating them to go ahead and achieve their goals. The Bureau Club is also a platform for aspirants to develop their personality, communication skill and gain confidence. So that they become better fit in the nation building and administrative mechanism.