E Cell


  • E-Cell mLAC- Student Self Help Group Initiative is an E-Cell Association, based on the SHG concept of women empowerment and capacity building for students’, inaugurated on 14th August 2019. It facilitates students to improve and build on their skill sets and utilize the same for income generation. It also concentrates on involvement of students towards contributing for the advancement of the society. Presently the E-Cell association consists of around 250 student members.
  • On 3rd October 2019 E-Cell student members were a part of Silk Thread Jewellery making workshop conducted by the resource person Ms. Komal J Singh. Investiture ceremony and oath taking ceremony for the E-Cell student members was conducted.
  • On 5thOctober 2019 and followed by it, we had organized a session by Mr. Dhiraj Sharma to educate and create awareness among the students on Segregation of Dry waste and Wet waste.
  • Ms. Roopa Sukumaran with us to train students on making of Terracotta Jewellery on 13thOctober 2019. ‘Generation of income by transforming waste into reusable products’ having this concept in focus we had invited Ms. Komal J Singh to train our students in making of paper bags and cloth bags.
  • E-Cell mLAC Students Self-Help Group Initiative had organized an Activity on Gardening on 18th January 2020. It was an honour and privilege to have invited Dr. M. Reema Kumari as the resource person for the event. The event focused on creating an awareness regarding the promotion and growth of Green environment. Stalls having variety of seeds, saplings and plants were put up for sale and also for adoption. Special care was taken regarding planting the different saplings in the college premises as a part of plants adoption programme. Response received from teaching staff, non teaching staff and student members was overwhelming.
  • Self Defence techniques event was organized by E-Cell in association with Women Development Centre (WDC) on 1st February 2020 at mLAC Quadrangle, to empower our students and make them learn self defence for their own safety and survival. The esteemed resource persons for the event were Mr. Karthik S. Kateel and Mrs. Shobha Latha from Swaraksha for Women Trust (R). The event was themed ‘National Girl Child Day’, with the purpose of spreading awareness among people about all the inequalities girls face in the Indian society and promote girl child development. Mr. Karthik educated the students on being aware of the things happening around them because his studies on crime showed that criminals had often chosen those targets, who were unaware of their surroundings and also not knowing what is going on around them. He also gave a practical demonstration of his five special copyrighted Self-Defence techniques. The crowd gathered was left with the quote that “Self-Defence is not just a set of techniques; it’s just a state of mind and it begins with the belief that you are worth defending”.