The Artificial Intelligence Centre at TKM College of engineering has been inaugurated by TKM Trust Chairman Dr. Shahal Hassan Musaliar. The centre is a means to explore the infinite possibilities within AI that could benefit study and research.
TKMCE had received approval to launch an M.Tech programme in Artificial Intelligence this academic year. The programme was officially inaugurated by TKM Trust Treasurer Jalaluddin Musaliar. A well-equipped high performance computing laboratory has been arranged to facilitate research in the field and it includes high-speed servers and computers. A robotics centre too has been started with technical support from IIT Bombay. This centre would be suitable for research and projects in areas like Machine Learning, Deep Learning, Robotics, Image Processing, etc.
18 students have secured admission to the M.Tech programme this year. The institute has already started its efforts to ensure 100% placement to these students. TKM Trust Members—Jamaluddin Musaliar, Dr. M. Haroon and Afsal Musaliar, Principal Dr. T. A. Shahul Hameed, Dean, Administration, Dr. Imtias Ahmad, representatives from various departments, and students, graced the occasion with their presence.
Department of Civil Engineering successfully completed the preparation of common template of DPR for "Abatement of pollution in 21 Rivers of Kerala”. Dr. M. Sirajuddin, HoD, Department of Civil Engineering handed over the DPR template to Hon’ble Chairman of TKM Trust Dr. T. K. Shahal Hassan Musaliar. This work is an academic interface programme of Water Resources Department, GoK. Higher Education Department, GoK entrusted Department of Civil Engineering, TKMCE for the preparation of common template of DPR. This will be used by 39 participating institutions (including IIT Palakkad, NIT Calicut), as a template for the final DPR preparation for 21 rivers of Kerala. This function was graced with the presence of Dr. T. A. Shahul Hameed, Principal, TKMCE and Dr. Priya K.L., project coordinator.