Christ Center for Innovation and Open Learning



Christ Centre for Innovation & Open Learning
Welcome to the epicentre of innovation – the Christ Centre for Innovation and Open Learning. Here, we transcend boundaries and reimagine the future of engineering education. Our commitment is to provide a dynamic platform for practical training, interdisciplinary projects, and cutting-edge research. As a beacon of excellence, we open our doors to students from any college, fostering a collaborative environment that knows no limits.
Key Objectives:
Practical Training Excellence: Our primary focus is to empower students with hands-on experience in microcontroller programming, sensor integration, 3D printing, robot building, and high-quality research. We believe in learning by doing, and our state-of-the-art facility is tailored to facilitate just that.
Inclusive Access: Students from all colleges are welcome to harness the potential of our innovative hub. We believe in the power of collective knowledge and the transformative impact it can have on the engineering community.
School Outreach: Enthusiastic school students frequently tap into our resources for their projects, creating a nurturing environment where the seeds of curiosity and innovation are sown early.
Collaborative Research Initiatives: We've forged meaningful Memorandums of Understanding (MOUs) with other leading institutions, promoting collaborative research that pushes the boundaries of what is possible.
National and International Competitions: Our centre is a launchpad for aspiring engineers, providing rigorous training to prepare them for national and international competitions. We believe in showcasing talent on a global stage, honing engineering skills that transcend borders.
Interdisciplinary Projects: We celebrate the convergence of ideas by promoting interdisciplinary projects. Our centre serves as a melting pot where Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Electronics and Communication Engineering, Civil Engineering, and Computer Engineering seamlessly come together to create something extraordinary.
Robotics as a Transformative Tool: Robotics is not just a subject; it's a transformative tool. We leverage robotics to train students across various engineering disciplines, ensuring a holistic approach to education that prepares them for the challenges of a rapidly evolving technological landscape.
Key Features :
Interdisciplinary Excellence: Our commitment to interdisciplinary projects fosters an environment where innovation thrives, and students gain a well-rounded perspective on engineering challenges.
Global Exposure: Through participation in national and international competitions, students gain exposure to diverse engineering practices and challenges, broadening their horizons. Cutting-edge Infrastructure: Our facility is equipped with cutting-edge technology, providing students with the tools they need to turn their ideas into reality.
Expert Mentoring: Our team of experienced mentors guides students through their journey, ensuring they receive the support needed to excel in their projects and competitions.
Embark on a journey of innovation, exploration, and transformation at Christ Centre for Innovation and Open Learning. Unleash your potential and redefine the future of engineering with us. Explore more, dream big, and innovate without boundaries!


Under-water robot

under-water vehicle challenge competition organized by IEEE oceanic engineering society

The team had presented the under-water robot in the Singapore under-water vehicle challenge competition organized by IEEE oceanic engineering society, National university of Singapore.

29 Sep 2022


ROVMania Competition organised by the Department of Ocean Engineering , IIT MADRAS

A total of 11 teams with 43 members were registered for the competition which was mentored by Mr Sunil Paul. After the hard work of one week, we completed our surface boats and started our journey along with Dr Arun Augustin ( Professor at Christ College of Engineering) and Ms Athira E ( Research Associate of Christ College of Engineering) and Ms Adithya S (Research Associate of Christ College of Engineering). Eleven teams from Christ College of Engineering participated in this event and 6 teams were selected to the second round. This event was a great experience and event was a very high-quality event.

15 Apr 2023

Kerala State Council for Science Technology and Environment:Techfest 2022


TECHFEST-2022 is jointly organized by KSCSTE with CUSAT during 26-28, October 2022 at the CUSAT Campus.Our team received a Cheque of Rs. 10,000/- towards the Bronze prize in KSCSTE TECHFEST-2022.Compared to to most of the projects, the build quality of all the projects presented by Christ College of Engineering was excellent. Out of the 42 projects exhibited from all over Kerala, 6 were from Christ College of Engineering, Irinjalakuda.

26 Oct 2022

Singapore Autonomous Underwater Robot Challenge - 22

Autonomous underwater robotics

This event is considered one of the top 3 underwater robotics competitions in the world. After a year-long preparation, we were able to get into the finals in 2022.Autonomous underwater robotics is an exciting challenge in engineering, which participants will get to experience at SAUVC.This event was the first international technical event participated by Christ College of Engineering Irinjalakuda.The Team Name: Oceanus consist of Chitralekha M P -S6 CSE, Narasimha Thejas M P -S6 ME,Ajmal V A-S6 EEE,Alphymol Joy -S4 CE

23 Sep 2022

HESTIA - 2022

National techno-cultural fest

Hestia is the amalgamation of talent, creativity and innovation binded by the passion of students of TKMCE.There were two teams which participated in Techfest and won many prizes.The First Runners Up of Line Follower Robot Competition were John Peter,Sonu P S,Romal Jackson ,Alrin Renny.The Second Runners Up were Nidhish T,Faiza K I,John Anto,Sudev T S.

29 May 2022


Line following robot competition at Muthoot Institute of Technology & Science, Ernakulam

TRACADOR, the exciting program conducted by IEEE RAS SBC MITS & IEEE SB MITS as part of techfest SHRESHTA .Christ College of Engineering Irinjalakuda won all the prizes of the event.

01 Apr 2023

Indian Institute of Space Technology Techfest

IIST Techfest

This event was the first such experience for first-year students. They performed really well and three teams were selected for the finals and one team was able to reach 4th position in their first competition.

07 Nov 2022

KMEA Line Follower Robot Competition

Line Follower Robot Competition

Twenty-four students participated from Christ College of Engineering and won all the prizes in the Line follower robot competition.This was the first physical event we participated in after the lockdown.

30 Sep 2021

Our Team


Mr. Sunil Paul