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CETAAB Database Building Campaign

CETAAB Database Building Campaign

A well organised and structured alumni chapter of College of Engineering Trivandrum Alumni Association, CETAA Bangalore has been running in Bengaluru for long years. Apart from the usual reunions and family get-togethers, CETAAB runs a wide range of programmes for its members and their families. Quiz competitions, sports club, sports tournaments, trekking, photography competitions and art exhibitions, Ted talks and motivational lectures are some of them. 

CETAAB Upcoming Events

CETAAB Upcoming Events

CETAAB is not an association which winds up after having an annual meetup or family get together. Apart from the nostalgic meetups we also conduct programmes, networking and meeting CETians who excel in their respective fields. The most attractive upcoming events for the CETAAB family are

Nostalgic Sunday- CETAAB Family Get-together

Nostalgic Sunday- CETAAB Family Get-together

Jalahalli witnessed a nostalgic get-together of CETAA Banglore chapter. Around 150 members from 1956-2018 came together along with their families to bring back all the beautiful memories and brush up their friendship once they had in CET campus. It was exquisite to see all along with their family.

The presence of recent pass out students added more colour and energy to the event.

Feedback Form - CETAAB Family Get-together | October 2018

Feedback Form - CETAAB Family Get-together | October 2018

Thank you for making the get-together a grand success. We missed everyone who couldn't make it for the event. Your valuable feedback and suggestions will motivate us to work harder and help us to make your experience even better the next time we meet again. Kindly fill all the questions, as each one of your suggestions show us the way forward.

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Thank you in advance
Secretary, CETAAB

Do for Kerala – A CETAAB Initiative to Rebuild Kerala

Do for Kerala

The floods of August 2018 were the worst  Kerala had faced in nine decades. The state has been battered and bruised by the rains from the month, May. All the low-lying areas were under water by August 8. In the next few hours, Kerala witnessed a massive increase in the rainfall. In no time the state became flooded. Largest arch dam in Asia was opened after 26 years due to the increase in the rainfall. Many lives were lost, lakhs of people were relocated to relief camps.