Campus Connect is an industry-academia partnership initiative launched by Infosys. The Campus Connect initiative aims to enhance the education level of engineering students, nationwide and thus increase the employability of these engineers. MBCET is one of the institutes that Infosys had selected to conduct the program. The program was introduced in MBCET during the year 2008-2009 and several batches of students have completed the training successfully.
SOCIAL SERVICE CLUB
Social Service activities were conducted at Mar Gregorios Sneha veedu by the senate members, on behalf of the college.
The social activities club remains very active and dedicated in its endeavors. It has recently developed a Blood forum with more than a thousand students pledging to donate their blood as and when required. In addition, students donate their blood to patients admitted in RCC, SUT, KIMS, Medical colleges etc. The work among orphanages continues undiminished. The S1S2 students were actively interacting with NGOs in RCC offering financial help to the poor patients of the pediatric ward.
A group of first year students cut down their expenses for Christmas celebrations and donated the amount for the child ward of RCC. They also contributed toys, clothes and old magazines to these children.
Green Dream, a movement conceived by a group of MBCET students and propagated by members of IEEE MBCET, aims to adopt measures that will lead towards a greener world. The movement has been highly appreciated by Mr.Binoy Viswam, Minister for forests and also by visual media like Asianet, ACV and Kairali.
The concept of GreenDream has got national recognition, among various eco clubs and networks. Mr.Arun Raj (2009 batch) was among the four representatives from India selected for the World Youth Meet on renewable resources organized by the Portuguese Government.