UNAI Certificate-TKM College of Engineering

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The United Nations Academic Impact is a programme of the Outreach Division of the Department of Public Information. It is open to all institutions of higher education granting degrees or their equivalent, as well as bodies whose substantive responsibilities relate to the conduct of research. Its essential frame of reference is:

  1. To bring into association with the United Nations, and with each other, institutions of higher learning throughout the world.
  2. To provide a mechanism for such institutions to commit themselves to the fundamental precepts driving the United Nations mandate, in particular the realization of the universally accepted Sustainable Development Goals.
  3. To serve as a viable point of contact for ideas and proposals relevant to the United Nations mandate.
  4. To promote the direct engagement of institutions of higher education in programs, projects and initiatives relevant to this mandate.


The United Nations Academic Impact (UNAI) is a global initiative that aligns institutions of higher education with the United Nations in furthering the realization of the purposes and mandate of the Organization through activities and research in a shared culture of intellectual social responsibility.


Brilliance in social activities and research that promotes prosperity and economic opportunity, greater social well-being, and protection of the environment.


  • To offer state of art path forward for improving the lives of nearby people.
  • To undertake collaborative projects with government for the welfare of the society.
  • To instill ethical, social and environmental perspectives for the sustainable development of the community.
  • To nurture imagination, Intellectual social responsibility and interpersonal skills among students
  • To promote technical knowledge sharing culture and coordinate humanitarian relief operations


  1. A commitment to the principles inherent in the United Nations Charter as values that education seeks to promote and help fulfil;
  2. A commitment to human rights, among them freedom of inquiry, opinion, and speech;
  3. A commitment to educational opportunity for all people regardless of gender, race, religion or ethnicity;
  4. A commitment to the opportunity for every interested individual to acquire the skills and knowledge necessary for the pursuit of higher education;
  5. A commitment to building capacity in higher education systems across the world;
  6. A commitment to encouraging global citizenship through education;
  7. A commitment to advancing peace and conflict resolution through education;
  8. A commitment to addressing issues of poverty through education;
  9. A commitment to promoting sustainability through education;
  10. A commitment to promoting inter-cultural dialogue and understanding, and the “unlearning” of intolerance, through education.


The student branch of the UN Academic Impact is known as ASPIRE: Action by Students to Promote Innovation and Reform through Education.

ASPIRE is a student-driven initiative and actively embodies UNAI’s principles within student communities around the world. Operating locally within their communities, the activities of each ASPIRE group contributes to UNAI’s overall message of unity and action to address global challenges.

ASPIRE personifies the saying, “Sharing a Culture of Intellectual Social Responsibility.” It connects student organizations and individuals to global opportunities through the United Nations, educational and academic institutions, and civil society groups that focus on the UNAI principles.

ASPIRE groups are directly affiliated to UNAI, and when their institution is a UNAI member, to it as well.

ASPIRE priorities above all else, activism and action by students to promote and support the ten universally accepted UNAI principles.

ASPIRE groups are encouraged to:

  • Reinforce, suggest or initiate activities that actively support one or more of the ten UNAI principles.
  • Participate in UNAI activities and initiatives, for example, the Classroom Conversation seminar series, and the “Unlearning Intolerance” discussion series.
  • Participate in conferences organized by UNAI and UNAI member institutions.
  • Contribute to the promotion of the ten UNAI principles via social media and UNAI platforms.
  • Let us know about your events ahead of time so we can assist where we can and afterwards so we can share news about your ASPIRE chapter on our digital platforms


There is no cost or fee for affiliation to the United Nations Academic Impact (UNAI).

Participants in the initiative are expected to undertake to further, within their institutions, policies and programmes that reflect adherence to the principles governing the United Nations Academic Impact. This would specifically include:

  1. Undertaking one new activity each year, to actively address at least one of the ten basic principles of the United Nations Academic Impact. In many cases, such activities can emerge from a redefinition of, or fresh thrust to, existing projects and programmes.  Examples of activities could include research projects and papers, the hosting of a conference, the financing of participation of students in a specific United Nations activity in the field, or a specific action or activity on campus. Any activity which is sponsored or paid for by a United Nations entity in the context of its own work programme shall be excluded from consideration.
  2. Placing prominently upon the institution websites, or in periodic printed publications, details of such activity, highlighting its relationship to UNAI through the use of UNAI logos, UNAI Member and UNAI In Action. When publicizing an activity undertaken in support of one of the UNAI Principles, the “UNAI in Action” logo should be used; however, these activities can neither be commercial in nature nor be used for fund-raising purposes.


The student chapter was set up on 17/01/2017. It consist of a governing body and members from various departments of the college. The head of the governing body is the Principal followed by four staff incharges for the chapter. It constitute a student coordinator, a joint coordinator and four committees with each having a committee head and joint coordinator. Also in all the chapter is divided into executive committee, junior executive committee and other members.

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Kerala forum on United Nations Academic Impact – State Student Council

Kerala forum on United Nations Academic Impact is a non –governmental organization to oversee the working and management of the 40 registered academic institutions of kerala in UNAI-ASPIRE.

Representation from TKM college of Engineering in KFUNAI

  1. Chairman

Asif Ayoob

Department of Civil Engineering,TKMCE

Contact No: 8301066168

Email :

  1. General Secretary

Gokul Suresh

Department of Mechanical Engineering,TKMCE

Contact No: 8281270038


  1. Joint Public relation Officer

Mohammed Afsal B

Department of Mechanical Production Engineering,TKMCE

Contact No: 8281270038

Email:captainafsal @gmail.com



Principal of TKMCE

Dr. S Ayoob

Contact No: 8547515716



  •  Rijo Jacob Thomas

Assistant Professor

Department of Mechanical Engineering

Contact No: 9400490011


  • Althaf Mohammed

Assistant Professor

Department of Civil Engineering

Contact No: 9167549639



Athul TP
Department of Mechanical Engineering


Department of Civil Engineering



Committee Head
Department of Civil Engineering
Committee Joint Coordinator
Department of Civil Engineering


Department of Civil Engineering
Joint Treasurer
Sanal Mohammed
Department of Mechanical Engineering


Committee Head
Asna Afsal
Department of Mechanical(Production) Engineering


Vaishnav V Palazhi
Department of Civil Engineering


  1. Mohammed Salman Ali
    Department of Electronics and Communications Engineering
  2. Bismi Biju
    Department of Electronics and Communications Engineering

 Activities of UNAI-TKMCE Chapter (2018-2019)

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      T K M College of Engineering

Action by students to promote innovation and reform through education

Activity No: 1

Date: 12/08/2018

You’re My Angel


To spread the message that every child is an angel sent to us and therefore empower the children of Balikamandir by providing them with necessary aids.

To lighten the minds and spirits of the children of Balikamandir by offering them gifts, spending quality time with them and making them smile.


  • To spread the message that children are ‘Angels’ sent to us, by empowering the needy children.
  • To delight the children of Balikamandir by gifting them with new dresses and sweets.
  • To lift the spirits of the children by spending quality time with them through interaction.
  • To entertain the children by playing various games with them.


This programme comes under the 2th, 4th and 6th principles of UNAI.

  • 2nd principle: A commitment to human rights, among them freedom of inquiry, opinion and speech.
  • 4th principle: A commitment to the opportunity for every interested individual to acquire the skills and knowledge necessary for the pursuit of higher education.
  • 6th principle: A commitment to encouraging global citizenship through education.

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Children are the angels that are sent to us to keep our smiles eternally alive. Realising this fact, the students of UNAI TKMCE conducted the programme ‘You’re my Angel’ at CSI Balikamandir, Kollam on 12 August 2018. The Execo members of UNAI TKMCE visited the children of Balikamandir on 11 August and gifted new dresses to 45 students, which they wore for the programme which was conducted the very next day.
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The programme began when the children returned from the church, all dressed in the newly gifted attire. They were made to sit around in benches along with the student volunteers of UNAI TKMCE. Motivational classes were given to the children, which were handled by the student volunteers themselves. They interacted with each other and even sang songs. Student volunteer Shine played a guitar and sang songs to which Aiswarya and Arun also joined.This image has an empty alt attribute; its file name is un9-1024x543.jpg

Several songs were played to the children and they danced to the rhythm. Many balloons and tricolor ribbons were given to the children as part of celebrating the Independence Day in advance. Towards the end of the programme, the children were given sweets and cake, to evince the love and care from the UNAI TKMCE Chapter. This image has an empty alt attribute; its file name is un10-1024x622.jpg


The month of August witnessed a devastating flood in the terrain of God’s own country, Kerala. The floods have affected hundreds of villages, destroying the very shelter and security of many people. They were left homeless. Many were compelled to leave their homes and find shelter under the roofs of relief camps. They had to go through many hardships and mental trauma as they departed from their homes. Food and water were transported to the flood affected areas with great difficulty. Network was not available in many areas and people were filled with apprehension for they left their homes without any of their possessions. The most heartbreaking situation was when they had to return to their homes only to find rubbles and destroyed buildings. A situation arose when people had to rebuild and reconstruct the homes of those whose houses were engulfed. It was definitely a call to the young and socially committed people to step out of their comfort zone and work for the homeless and needy.

The UNAI ASPIRE TKMCE chapter on the students as well as the people in the locality stepped into this dubious situation with a great outreach and impact. They undertook an initiative  “Back to Home”- a project to rebuild flood engulfed houses, in realization of their mission to work for the welfare of the society.

The UNAI ASPIRE TKMCE chapter collaborated with the students of various departments to bring out innovative and economically feasible houses that were capable of overcoming natural calamities. The members of UNAI under the guidance of faculty of TKMCE made a plan to construct houses of about 550 square meters and for a cost of around 6 lakhs. The sustainability, economic viability and time constraints were considered as the prerequisites and made a well laid plan to ensure that these criteria were satisfied. Precast reinforced units, collective effort of students and resourceful minds were all assets.

In the first phase, the plan was to build five such houses for the most deserving among the victims. The students conducted a survey and identified two such sites at Munroe Thuruthu, a flood hit village of Kollam.

Its major features include –

-Five ready to use modern cost effective houses, each costing around 6 lakhs.

-One house for Munroe island in the first phase.

-One house at Perur.

The UNAI ASPIRE TKMCE chapter is really proud to announce that the goals are being executed. The commitment and hardwork coupled with the strength and brilliance of students of UNAI has this played a major role in coordinating their humanitarian relief operations and executing their activity plan in the wake of calamity.


“The purpose of human life is to serve, and to show compassion and the will to help others.”

The state of Kerala witnessed a massive humanitarian crisis as rain and accompanied flood ravaged the state. Torrential rains lashed out all over the state in the month of August. Thousands of people lost their homes and livelihood. Many lives were shattered completely. The overall loss occurred to the state was estimated around a whopping 30,000 crores. Helping hands came from everywhere in the form of relief materials and money. WhatsApp, Facebook and other means of social media were the control rooms. The so called carefree and irresponsible new generation became the coordinators of the relief works. Prayers of the whole world held Kerala upright. By God’s grace, the state completely rose up from the disaster within few months.

One of the fields that encountered the heaviest of losses was the educational sector. Hundreds of schools were completely destroyed in the floods. Even more problems were caused to the school-going children of the state whose homes were either drowned or destroyed. Their study materials were all lost in the disaster. It was the need of the hour that fresh study material was supplied.

UNAI ASPIRE TKMCE chapter recognized this urgency and responded in a noble manner by initiating a program named BACK TO SCHOOL. In this program, school children of flood affected regions were supplied with educational kits containing quality school bags, books and so on. Contributions came in large numbers through the effort taken by the volunteers and also by the selfless help of kind hearts. Staff, alumni and the students of TKMCE whole heartedly worked, volunteered and contributed to the program.

The response that followed the program was a great one. The program received widespread appreciation from the students, faculty and even from the society. The works done on the right time gained a global attention. Appreciation from the ministers, other political leaders, environment activists and media adds a golden feather to the crown of UNAI ASPIRE chapter of TKMCE.

UNAI ASPIRE TKMCE was able to provide much required assistance to the children for getting back to their schools after a traumatic flood experience, through the program. The satisfaction that the volunteers experienced could light the spirit in them.


One night. That one night of 2018 monsoon changed Kerala’s face. Atrocious downpour spanning the entire state brought Kerala to an absolute standstill with people crushed by debris and pulled underwater. Kerala has just overcome the disaster. Yet, there is a long way to go on rebuilding.This image has an empty alt attribute; its file name is pic1-1024x768.jpg

Taking into account the woes of our brethren, UNAI ASPIRE TKMCE in partnership with Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, TKM College of Engineering, Kollam took part in the “MISSION RECONNECT” programme of KSEB. The students, alumni, faculty and staff of the Department joined hands with KSEB in restoring electricity to the flood hit and submerged houses of Kuttanad, Chengannur and Pathanamthitta areas. The experts from Electrical Inspectorate, KSEB and UNAI lent quality support for this venture.

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The students prepared 610 temporary electrical connection boards consisting of isolator, ELCB, a lamp holder, a 3-pin power socket and an LED indicator. These boards were used to connect electrical supply from KSEB’s service main board avoiding the damaged wiring of the houses.

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This noble mission started with the concern experienced by the KSEB officials who were finding it difficult to charge the houses which were submerged in water for several days. The discussion of the Electricity Board Engineers with the Head of the Department, Dr. Bijuna Kunju K, gave the idea of producing such boards in a short period of time. The complete stake holders of the college expressed their gratitude to the complete team behind this endeavour.

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Ms. Sunitha Beevi. K, Assistant Professor, expressed her deep content on the fact that due to this small venture we are able to bring light for the people who were suffering from the devastating flood. Mr. Hany S. F, the instructor of the Department, pointed out that this temporary board will be most beneficial to the most underprivileged section of the society.

Students were excited at the opportunity to volunteer themselves for the flood affected people. Mr. Sourabh, Second year student was overwhelmed at the completion of 100 boards in one day. Mr. Rahul, Final year student, was eager to deliver his efforts and time using his technical skills for the rehabilitation of the flood submerged households.

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The alumni of the college generously contributed approximately ₹ 9 lakhs  to provide the individual units costing around Rs. 2000. KSEB appreciated the students and faculty for the service offered in connection with ‘Mission Reconnect’ programme by manufacturing and supplying temporary connection boards free of cost on warfoot basis.

A team of faculty, electrical contractors and 53 final year students visited Pandanad region in Chengannur to give an awareness on ensuring electrical safety. They were able to counsel more than 100 families on safety tips before switching on electrical main switches or house hold appliances.

Electrical Department also carried out electrification in Aythala region in Pazhavangadi Panchayat, Ranni. A group of 25 faculty members and staff along with student volunteers helped to restore power in 20 flood ravaged homes using the temporary power boards.

The students wholeheartedly participated in this noble venture to pull out the ferrying people from their loss and distress.

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      T K M College of Engineering

Action by students to promote innovation and reform through education

Activity No: 3

Date: 18/11/2018

International Consortium on Global Climate – ICGC


To start a conversation about global climatic changes and to bring together the people willing to take steps to find solutions to these issues.


To provide a platform for the discussion and analysis of problems related to global climatic changes, to discuss and evaluate the actions that could be taken to tackle global climatic issues and to bring attention to these issues through various programmes.


  • To bring attention to the various problems related to global climate change through a variety of programmes.
  • To provide a platform to discuss, debate and analyse these issues.
  • To bring together people with the aim of reaching productive solutions and taking adequate action.


This programme comes under the 1st, 2nd, 6th, 7th and 9th principles of UNAI.

  • 1st principle: A commitment to the principles inherent in the United Nations Charter as values that education seeks to promote and help fulfill.
  • 2nd principle: A commitment to human rights, among them freedom of inquiry, opinion and speech.
  • 6th principle: A commitment to encouraging global citizenship through education.
  • 7th principle: A commitment to advancing peace and conflict resolution through education.
  • 9th principle: A commitment to promoting sustainability through education.

International Consortium on Global Climate (ICGC) was a global venture, conducted on the 18th and 19th of November 2018 at TKM College of Engineering, by UNAI TKMCE in association with the Kerala Forum on United Nations Academic Impact (KFUNAI). This was done as a part of UNAI@8, marking the 8 th anniversary of United Nations Academic Impact. The conference was successfully organised, several programmes were conducted and were attended by several esteemed guests, UN staff and dignitaries. The chief guests of the programme were Ramu Damodaran and Saji C Thomas. Ramu Damodaran is the Deputy Director for Partnerships and Public Engagement in the United Nations Department of Public Information’s Outreach Division and is the Chief of UNAI. He is also the current secretary of the United Nations Committee on Information and has earlier held several other posts of importance. Mr Saji C Thomas is a UN representative who travels worldwide to observe the progress of UNAI projects and its implementation in educational institutions.

Events held under ICGC included a panel discussion, poster designing completion and a quiz. The Panel discussion was about the 2018 Kerala floods under the title ‘Tackling the Impossible’. It provided a platform to discuss and put forward ideas toward the revival of our state after the disaster. The Poster Designing competition titled ‘Braver than Before’, allowed those with an artistic streak to express their ideas through design. Movie posters were to be designed based on disasters that happened around the world. Prizes were awarded to the best ones.

An open general quiz was conducted with emphasis on United Nations 13 th and 15 th Sustainable Goals and Child Rights with cash prizes given to the winners. SDG Coordinator recruitment was conducted to select good people for the organisation of UNAI activities in Kerala. Those interested had to present themselves before a panel of judges and showcase their knowledge of SDGs. Programmes and discussions such as these are especially relevant in recent times as disasters strike all around us and we are forced to focus our attention to the shifting global climate.

The Conference was successfully conducted and executed all that it had set out to do. It was a step in the right direction to tackle the issues that we face in our world regarding climate change.

TKM College of Engineering, a partner of EDAM PROJECT

The “EDAM” project, which is an initiative of the Government of Kerala, and it covers almost all the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals which includes No Poverty, Zero Hunger, Good Health and Well-being, Quality Education, Gender Equality, Clean Water and Sanitation, Affordable And Clean Energy, Decent Work and Economic Growth, Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure, Reduced Inequalities, Sustainable Cities and Communities, Responsible Consumption and Production, Climate Action, Life Below Water, Life on Land, Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions, Partnerships for the Goals. The UNAI ASPIRE and TKM college of Engineering were really happy to become a partner of this highly versatile project of Government of Kerala.

The United Nations Academic Impact (UNAI), the student’s Outreach Division of the United Nations organized a conference on its START (“Skills and Technology Achieving Rapid Transformation”), with TKM College of Engineering and Government of Kerala. It focused on how community empowerment-can serve and be served by-the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG-2030 Agenda), matching the Theme: “Community Empowerment by Sustainable Development Goals”.

TKM College of Engineering completed a project to construct economically viable housing units for the under privileged sessions of our society as part of the EDAM project. TKM College of Engineering, being a partner of ‘EDAM PROJECT’ became a part of the United Nations Conference. The Institute along with the Government of Kerala associated in the UN conference on 10th April 2018 in UN Headquarters, New York and represented the low cost housing units, designed for the under privileged sections of Kundara constituency as per the directions from Smt. Mercy Kutty Amma, Honorable Minister for Fisheries, Harbour Engineering and Cashew Industry of Kerala State, and it definitely encouraged the students to come forward with better socially committed and sustainable projects. The Civil Engineering Department of TKM played a vital role in “EDAM PROJECT” by providing Technical Assistance for a Low Cost Mass House Construction (LCMHC) in Kundara Constituency, Kollam, Kerala.

The countries across the world considered the Kundara Constituency of State of Kerala as a Model Constituency in implementing the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG’s) of United Nations among the Constituencies of State of Kerala. The panel discussion as part of the UN Conference was chaired by experts from various prestigious universities across the globe. The entire UN Conference was live Webcasted to 193 Member Nations. The outcome of the Conference was clearly observed in the international media by elevating the “EDAM PROJECT”, an initiative of Government of Kerala to global standard. This Conference was surely a mile stone for the State Government of Kerala, INDIA.

The student team completed a low cost dwelling unit within 35 days and the technology was well proven by witnessing the recent heavy rainfall. The dwelling unit costs rupees four Lakhs, sponsored by the TKM College Trust.

UNAI ASPIRE TKMCE is privileged to have Dr. Deepak Vohra, an Indian Diplomat at TKM College of Engineering for a talk on GLOBAL MEGATRENDS. Principal in-charge of the day Dr.K.K. Abdul Rasheed, Focal points of UNAI TKMCE, Dr. Rijo Jacob Thomas and Prof. Althaf and over 150 students attended the talk. The session began with the address of the Principal in-charge, Dr. K.K. Rasheed at 11.00 am in the APJ Hall of the College. Deepak Vohra was then welcomed for the talk, before which he spoke a few words in Malayalam. His talk was very influential, useful, informative and enjoyable at the same time. He introduced himself to the audience and began the talk with a question – “Where are we going in the next 20 years?”. He explained that there are two genes within each person – the positive gene and the negative gene, and how we destroyed the positive gene just to believe in the negative gene by conducting a world quiz.
Deepak Vohra talked about the Global Megatrends in the economic, educational, military, political and technical aspects and showed the stand of different countries in these aspects. He stressed on the facts that India stood third in the world economics and 4th in the world militaries. The demographic window of opportunity was showed to the audience to show that India has a window of opportunity from 2015-2025.
Then he went on to tell about the Indian Megatrends – technology, education, rising self-confidence and rise of people’s direct action, judicial and media hyper activism. The facts that India is the second largest producer of food items and that around two million foreigners have come to India within a last few years for better treatment were pointed out. He concluded the talk with Swami Vivekananda’s words – “India is awakening. The future India will be greater than the ancient India.”, and motivated the students to think positively and contribute to the nation by telling them – “Write India’s destiny with your own hands”.
After the talk, Deepak Vohra unveiled the annual report of UNAI ASPIRE TKMCE for the year 2017-2018. A first year student presented a portrait of Deepak Vohra as a souvenir to him. The session concluded with Dr. K.K. Rasheed giving the final note and Nadeem Mohammed Shahjahan giving the vote of thanks.

Activities of UNAI-TKMCE Chapter (2017-2018)

Sl No Date Program Activity details Venue Sustainable Goals Benefits
1 5-8August 2017 Tinkering marathon ·         Connection with NITI Aayog and ATAL Innovation Mission under government of India.

·         Activities were organized to develop problem solving skills, creativity and to form peer group of likeminded students.

TKM Centenary Public School Goal 4: Quality education.

Goal 9: Industry, Innovation and infrastructure

School students are encouraged to realize their abilities as a part of youth empowerment.
2 11 August


Anti drug Campaign ·         Mr. Rishiraj Singh IPS, Kerala State Excise Commissioner delivered an excellent and informative talk on Drugs and its problems to the society. Jubilee Hall,


Goal 3: Good health and well being

Goal 16: Peace, justice and strong institutions.

Helped to build a young generation to stand against drugs and liquor.
3 12 August


Field Visit to agriculture farm land ·         Program objective is to provide aware the students about their responsibility to develop economically feasible technologies which are useful for farmers considering best possible sustainable solutions. Perinad village,


Goal 1: No poverty.

Goal 2: Zero hunger.

Goal 3: Good health and wellbeing

Goal 11: sustainable cities and communities

Goal 12: Responsible consumption and production

Made the youth to understand that India is a country where traditional framing and farmers exist and its duty of youth to give them proper support.
4 14 August 2017 Anti ragging ·         Ms. Ajeetha Beegam IPS, Kollam City Police Commissioner delivered an excellent and informative talk on Ragging and law regarding the ragging. Jubilee Hall, TKM College of Engineering


Goal 4: Quality education.

Goal 5: Gender equality.

Goal 16: Peace, justice and strong institutions

Made the students to understand the severity involved in case of indulging with ragging.
5 15 August 2017 Independence day ·         Celebrated with the Inmates of Orphanage of both boys and girls, Orphanage , Kollam Goal 3: Good health and wellbeing. Made the students to develop an attitude that conserves everyone around us and to make sure that brotherhood exist even without blood relationship.
6 26 August 2017 Onam celebration ·         UNAI_ASPIRE Volunteers celebrated with the inmates of Buds Rehabilitation centre, Perinad, Kollam. Buds Rehabilitation Centre, Kollam. Goal 3: Good health and well being.

Goal 16: Peace, justice and strong institutions.

Made the students to develop an attitude that conserves everyone around us and to provide everyone their rights and dignities they deserve.
7 8 September 2017 Green Concept Logo Release ·         UNAI ASPIRE TKM College of Engineering had displayed the Logo for the year 2017-18 with the theme of Sustainability and Green Concept

·         Symbolized the importance of improving the green environment of the campus

TKM College of Engineering Goal 11: sustainable cities and communities

Goal15:Life below Water

Promoted Green Concept around the campus.
8 22 September 2017 Swach Debate ·         Fresh minds were aware about the facts and figures that can add support to the campaign.

·         Sound and Productive debate took place

Architecture Block,

TKM College of Engineering

Goal6: Clean water and Sanitation

Goal7:Affordable and Clean Energy

Goal8:Decent Work and Economic Growth

Goal 11: sustainable cities and communities

Made a group of students responsible for implementing the Swach Bharath Abyaan for the nation.
9 22 September 2017 Swach Quiz ·         Conducted a Quiz on Swach Bharath Abyaan Ground,

TKM College of Engineering

Goal6: Clean water and Sanitation

Goal7:Affordable and Clean Energy

Goal8:Decent Work and Economic Growth

Goal 11: sustainable cities and communities

Keen knowledge were imprinted among the UNAI Volunteers about the Swach Bharath Mission of the Nation
10 22 September 2017 Swach Drawing ·         Orientation for the first years

·         Participation of 20 plus students with creative and pictorial ideas

Workshop Block,

TKM College of Engineering

Goal6: Clean water and Sanitation

Goal7:Affordable and Clean Energy

Goal8:Decent Work and Economic Growth

Goal 11: sustainable cities and communities

Lot of creative ideas were came out in terms of drawings which can change the mind of society for a better sustainable world.
11 26 September 2017 Ahimsa Park ·         UNAI Volunteers cleaned and beautified the “AHIMSA” park near Adventure Park, Kollam. AHIMSA Park,

Adventure Park,


Goal 3: Good health and wellbeing

Goal 9: Industry, Innovation and infrastructure

Goal 11: sustainable cities and communities

Resulted in beautiful park for the Society.

Activities of UNAI-TKMCE Chapter 2016-2017

Sl No Date Program Activity details Venue Sustainable Goals Benefits
1 3 February


Keralapuram visit ·         UNAI ASPIRE volunteers conducted survey around 300 people

·         TKMCE UNAI Chapter collaborated with the EDAM project, Govt. of Kerala

Kundara Goal15:Life on Land Students of UNAI TKMCE Chapter came to know about the EDAM project and had a discussion with the inmates of Laksham Veedu Colony of Keralapuram Panchayath.
2 23February


Interaction with Minister ·         Introduced EDAM project to the students of TKMCE.

·         Intention and Goals of EDAM project were discussed.

·         Technical discussion on Mass housing Scheme.

·         Skill Development initiatives for under privileged people.

·         Discussed the various opportunities to improve the educational quality of students of Kundara Constituency

·         Official logo launch of UNAI-ASPIRE TKMCE


TKM College

of Engineering

Goal 1: No poverty

Goal2: Zero hunger

Goal3:Good health and well being

Goal4:Quality education

Goal5:Gender equality

Goal6: Clean water and Sanitation

Goal7:Affordable and Clean Energy

Goal8:Decent Work and Economic Growth

Goal 9: Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure

Goal11:Sustainable cities and communities

Goal14 : Life on Land

Goal15:Life below Water

Students of TKM College of Engineering came to know about the EDAM project.

Thought provoking session to eradicate the problems faced by the under privileged people.

A good brainstorming session resulted with a lot of ideas for solving the different problems such as unemployment, poverty, education etc.

3 08 April


Health Camp ·         UNAI ASPIRE volunteers of TKM ENGINEERING COLLEGE joined hands together to conduct a health statistics camp, with doctors from National Health Mission (NHM) and Travancore Medical College.

·         a part of ARDRAM mission

·         a part of ‘Edam project’ .

·         Experienced Doctors gave immense care and support for the inmates of keralapuram

·         About 160 people made use of the camp

Laksham Veedu Colony,



Goal3:Good Health and Well being Studied the present health condition of people over the area and to take up measures to improve the health condition of people.