Daily grocery & utensils
distribution in slum areas
whose houses were burnt by
fire on 10 th February,2021
Food distribution in
0n 29 th January,2021
Distribution at Jharkhali,
Sundarbans 0n 29 th January,2021
Covid Testing & Vaccination
Drive for faculty members &
staff on 16 th April,2021
Tree plantation on World Environment Day
Distribution of books, colours &food Packet amongst the needy children on the auspicious occasion of Independence Day on 15 th August,2021
Memorable and motivational talk of Major Neha Patel (a“SHERO”) on Independence Day
Daily Food distribution to
Amphan Victims on
Railway platforms on 5th
Distribution of Covid 10
Awareness Kit among
staff on 30th June, 2020
Tree plantation on World
Environment Day on 5 th
|Name of the activity||Organising unit/ agency/ collaborating agency||Name of the scheme||Year of the activity||Number of students participated in such activities|
|Tree plantation on World Environment Day||Inner Wheel Club of IEM (District 329)||Sobujayan||5.6.2020||5|
|Daily Food distribution to Amphan Victims on Railway platforms||Inner Wheel Club of IEM (District 329)||Help||27.5.2020||20|
|Daily grocery & utensils distribution in slum areas whose houses were burnt by fire||Inner Wheel Club of IEM (District 329)||Anudaan||28.2.2021||20|
|Food distribution in Jharkhali, Sumdarban||Inner Wheel Club of IEM (District 329)||Sahajya||6.2.2021||20|
|Sanitary Napkin Distribution at Jharkhali, Sundarbans||Inner Wheel Club of IEM (District 329)||Bidhaan||7.2.2021||20|
|Vaccination Drive for Faculty, Staff & Students||Inner Wheel Club of IEM (District 329)||Aarogya||20.4.2021||200|
|Contribution for Yass Victims in Sundarbans||Inner Wheel Club of IEM (District 329)||Prodaan||05.06.2021||8|
|Blood Donation camp on Doctors’ Day on 1.7.2021||Inner Wheel Club of IEM (District 329)||Jivaan||01.07.2021||12|
|Tree plantation||Inner Wheel Club of IEM (District 329)||Ropon||06.08.2021||25|
|Independence Day Special Talk by Major Neha Patel||Inner Wheel Club of IEM (District 329)||Trailblazing Unchartered Paths||15.08.2021||300|
|Books & stationery distribution to slum children on Independence day||Inner Wheel Club of IEM (District 329)||Sikshya||15.08.2022||20|
Assistant H.O.D ,BSH, IEM, Professor, Psychologist, Academician, Social Worker, Entrepreneur
Assistant Professor, IEM
The Lion’s Club of Kolkata IEM” was officially formed on 22.08,2019. The journey of this club was started with twenty members to make a better society, a better world. It has been observed that when we work together, take action for the upliftment and betterment of our society we live in, it becomes incredibly beautiful
As you grow older, you’ll discover that you have two hands: one for helping yourself, the other for helping others
Inter-College Basket Ball Tournament was held in association with The Lion’s Club of Kolkata, IEM
In a combined effort to improve our health while doing our duties towards Social Service, the Marathon played an instrumental role In enhancing Fitness, Wellness And Awareness
We are actively and collectively providing essential foods and groceries to needy people
A pair of helping hands is better than a pair of praying lips. Distribution of Food and other essential items to the people who suffered the most
Upcoming International Program
Lions Clubs International District Conclave 322B2
PPT Training Program 2021
Charity Drive at Sundarbon in 2021
District award ceremony
The current global environment scenario has opened up our eyes and made us realize that if we do not practice sustainable development and protect Mother Earth ,humanity’s future is in jeopardy. Thus, Lions club of IEM, Kolkata is all set for a new endeavor. An initiative was taken on 5th August, 2021 through plant more than 100 tree saplings over the stretch of 1.3 acres of land in Green Verge 1,Action are IIIB in order to improve life and fulfill the essential needs of the mankind. Few glimpses of the programme
It became very difficult for the street dogs to find food in this pandemic situation mainly in office area.IEM pet society noticed this problem of street dogs & they do needful things for the survival of these street dogs. Recently society has adopted 150 local dogs in sector v area & taking care of them. Every day we have given them meal mixed with rice chicken & daal. Per month 100kg rice is required to feed the strays along with chicken & daal. Currently we have sterilized 50 local dogs near salt-lake sector v.
It has been more than a year since the pandemic had started. Our work hasn’t slowed down even by an inch. Rather, its getting only better. We continue to serve the animals with food all throughout this time. Volunteer continue with Vaccinations and medical emergencies. Adoptions have kept increasing, and the support for the team’s work is only getting bigger.
The beginning of 2020, came with a new set of challenges. The COVID-19 pandemic had caused a lot of harm to the stray animals.This didn’t stop us from doing our part, IEM PET SOCIETY fed up to100dogs per day during this period of the lockdown.
T2, telegraph had written an article – “t2 TRACKS DOWN A BUNCH OF ZOOPHILISTS WHO ARE TAKING CARE OF ANIMALS ON THE STREETS DURING THE PANDEMIC”.
a post was shared from our Facebook page which read – “From feeding the pups, sharing the posts to getting two pups adopted, IEM Pet society has come a long way . We thank Ms. Priyasa Mazumdar for being so kind hearted to adopt one of those puppies. IEM Pet Society is still catering to the needs of the four other puppies. We request everyone to come forward and assist us by sharing this post so that we can find a loving home to the rest of the remaining puppies! “ Within ten days, all the other puppies had been adopted while maintaining proper documentation.
On 18th August, 2019 – the team found a dog which was diagnosed with distemper. The team immediately started arranging for exigency funds through donations and by the next day it was ready to treat the dog medically under the supervision of a well known vet from Kolkata. This particular case made us understand the need to vaccinate, neuter/spay the dogs. Within one month, the dogs near and around had been vaccinated.
On this date, we were visited by a team from Radio Mirchi – who wanted to make a video about our initiative and air it both on their Radio Channel as well as on Rj Agni’s Facebook page.The response was overwhelming, the entire Facebook feed was full off shares of that video and 373K views.
It was on May 12, 2019 , our first video got uploaded and reached an overwhelming 5,713 views on our Facebook page. The video captured our way of giving back to mother nature, on Mother’s Day.
We wrote our first write up to the students of IEM and it read:- “Institute of engineering & management , Kolkata is about to start its initiative on providing a better life for the stray dogs and other animals that reside near the college. IEM Pet Society aims to do exactly that , headed by professor Sanghamitrapoddar and funded by our director Satyajit Chakrabarti sir , this club will function to provide food , vaccination, neutering and medical assistance to all the dogs and other animals that live near our college & different places. We urge the students to join us and volunteer to help us provide them with a better life! “ Our focus was on providing food to the stray animals, and that required great amount of planning and hard work. We decided to feed the animals with a hearty meal which consisted of rice, eggs and dal mixed together, which after few months we replaced the eggs with Chicken. Utensils, gas stove, gas cylinders and pet bowl to serve the food were all arranged for. A local person was hired on a monthly wage basis whose responsibility included cooking and feeding the dogs. We fed 25 dogs on our first day which then gradually increased to 45 by the end of two months.
Department of BBA(H) organizes Club activities for their students on a regular basis. In these sessions they invite distinguished personalities from the varied dimension of industries. The main objective of arranging these sort of activities are to give an idea how the theories of Management have applications in every sphere of professional and personal life.
The Department of BBA, Institute of Engineering & Management (IEM) had taken an initiative to organize a Two-Day Drama Workshop – Drampet, on 18th February, 2021 (Thursday) and 19th February, 2021 (Friday). To engage and encourage learning of management concepts among the students during such times as the Covid-19 pandemic, the workshop was conducted in hybrid mode with the event being conducted physically in IEM, ASHRAM Campus as well as telecasted live through the Zoom platform to the students. The very aim of the workshop was to enable the students of the BBA Department to get acclimatized with the Management “Role-Playing” in an intricate manner. Though not immediately related to their University curriculum, this workshop is expected to help them to interpret the different personalities in the business world and their mode of communication which are very important for a management student. It will also help them in handling the day-to-day activities as well as managing contingency situations. Like earlier years this year too celebrity faculty members from entertainment (film and theatre) industry were invited to share their views on how management theories are related to this industry and their application. On the first day of the workshop, we had invited well- known Veteran Actor of Bengali and Hindi Theatre Group, Mr. Mrityunjay Bhattacharya. The different needs of an individual as explained by the Need Hierarchy motivation theory of Maslow’s was explained clearly through Role play by Mr. Mrityunjay and Prof. Dr. Saikat Chakrabarti (internal faculty) Resource Person: Mr. Mrityunjay Bhattacharya For the second day, we had an eminent speaker, Mr. Anindya Sarkar, who is a Film Director and a Veteran Actor. Through narration of numerous incidents in his professional career, he shared his views on diverse management topics, to name a few- Job Specialization, Work Relationship and Team Dynamics, Learning, Personaity etc. Resource Person: Mr. Anindya Sarkar
Snapshots, the photography Competition, 2020 organized (Due to unavoidable circumstances the program took place on 18th October, 2020 instead of 21st August, 2020) by department of BBA, IEM Kolkata, provided both guidance and platform to young image-makers in the department. The competition attracted photography enthusiasts who are eager to fine-tune their skills through photography. This helped the students to sharpen their perspective and observation. The students showcased their talent to wider viewership in virtual mode. Resource persons: a) Mr. Shashi Ghosh- Journalist, Indian Express
Ashramscope, 2019 , a film festival organized by IEM, Saltlake , Department of BBA(H) under the conveners Prof. Dibyajit Mukherjee & Prof. Sreeparna Guha in the month of September,2019. Divided in 2 days, the films shown, portrayed different aspects of management and life skills through various stories, characters and their layers. Nearly 150 students participated over the 2 days of the festival, where they were given E-tickets for admission in halls & 21 volunteers were appointed to arrange and manage the event. Each day the films were shown in 3 separate halls particularly assigned for each year.
|3rd September,2019||The Pursuit of Happiness||English||1st year|
|3rd September,2019||The Intern||English||2nd Year|
|3rd September,2019||The Social Network||English||3rd Year|
|4th September,2019||Night Crawler||English||1st year|
|4th September,2019||The Pianist||English; German||2nd Year|
|4th September,2019||Mahanagar||Bengali||3rd Year|
Department of BBA(H), Institute of Engineering & Management, Salt Lake has organized a Drama Workshop, DRAMPET under the guidance of Prof. Saikat Chakrabarti and Prof. Lvanya Deepika Tigga. Purpose: The very aim of the above mentioned workshop is to enable the students of the BBA(H) Department to get acclimatized with the Management “Role-Playing” in an intricate manner. Though not immediately related to their University curriculum, this workshop is expected to help them to interpret the different personalities in the business world and their mode of communication which are very important for a management student. It will also help them in handling the day-to-day activities as well as managing contingency situations in terms of dealing with Human Resources. Resource persons: Mr. Gauri Nath Bandopadhyay, Ms. Rajashree Malakar
Mrs Aloknanda Roy offered her session on ‘Application of Management in Indian Film’. During her session she cited a lot of example from film industry. She explained how in theatre and film sometimes it become very important to manage contingencies. It was an interactive and interesting session.
Mr. Sarkar Offered an interactive session on ‘Application of Management in Direction and Acting’. During his session he cited a lot of example from film industry. He explained how theatre is different from film. He also explained what kind of contingencies measures are to be taken in acting and how management is important in film industry too.
He explained how recitation helps in handling situation. He opened a new approach of analysing situation and explained how does knowledge of management , if amalgamated with acting and recitation, helps a manager in overcoming difficulties.
Date of the Session : 25.06.2019, Thursday
Date of the Session : 29.06.2019, Monday
Date of the Session : 30.06.2019, Tuesday
Institute of Engineering & Management has decided to create an Institutional Social Responsibility Committee for supporting the disadvantaged and deprived parts of the society and spread smiles. The committee formed by the college is named S.M.I.L.E.: Students Mending Individual Lives Everywhere. We plan to visit orphanages, conduct events for the children, interact with them and make them smile. We want to be of some help to them by donating in kind or monetary donations as the need be. The following two events have been undertaken by us in the previous year 2019.
On 4th April 2019, SMILE in association with NRS Hospital conducted their first Thalassemia Awareness and Test Camp at IEM Ashram Campus. Participants were shown presentations regarding awareness against Thalassemia and were also given a chance for a free medical test. The camp was a huge success.
On 5th November, 2019,the students of IEM ashram campus took the initiative of planting a sapling in Ashram campus. This small step to portray the importance of plants in our daily life, this small move to not let the leaves leave us, this long term investment, will indeed bring a S.M.I.L.E sometime in the near future.
Trees are essential to life. They give us a link between the past, present, and future. Planting a tree will not only benefit health and the environment but will also strengthen communities. Trees strengthen the distinctive character of a place and encourage local pride. We live in a world where pollution is more than oxygen, where more trees are felled than the number of buildings built. Deforestation has led to an increase in greenhouse gases, soil erosion and loss of habitat. Thus, S.M.I.L.E is all set for a new endeavor. An initiative to plant a tree sapling in order to improve life and fulfill the essential needs of mankind. So join us on 5th November 2019 for a lifelong investment by helping us to plant a tree for a better future for everyone and to make the world a better place to live.
Once again SMILE was successful in organizing yet another venture. A venture to go green, think green and grow green. The students of IEM ashram campus took the initiative of planting a sapling in Ashram campus. This small step to portray the importance of plants in our daily life, this small move to not let the leaves leave us, this long term investment, will indeed bring a S.M.I.L.E sometime in the near future.
Due to the onset of the pandemic we are staying indoors to protect ourselves, our loved ones & also the also the overburdened health infrastructure. This though prevented us from coming together physically for the cause, we decided to support each other and do whatever we could by staying apart but remaining connected. Our SMILE members planted a tree each in their houses – terrace garden, balcony garden, and locality wherever suitableInjecting societal values and ethics and practicing ISR activities through programme under the SMILE
Institute of Engineering & Management has decided to create an Institutional Social Responsibility Committee for supporting the disadvantaged and deprived parts of the society and spread smiles.The committee formed by the college is named S.M.I.L.E.: Students Mending Individual Lives Everywhere.
The committee was form in collaboration between the BBA (H) Department and the BCA Department of IEM. The joint committee planned to visit orphanages, conduct events for the children, interact with them and make them smile. We want to be of some help to them by donating in kind or monetary donations as the need be.EVENT :
Visit to SAMPARK ,Kolkata Sishu Kendra(N.G.O)ACTIVITIES :
Interaction with the children, Quiz sessions, Different items donation such as books, playing kits, food, etc.EVENT :
Visit to Elevation Cultural Forum a registered NGO, located in Birati, KolkataACTIVITIES :
2 day workshop on ‚Basic Computing Skills with a bunch of deprived students whose families struggle to make both ends meet
Press Release regarding 1st and 3rd rank of IEM-UEM in West Bengal Private Engineering College Rankings by Times of India
Press Release in Ananda Bazaar Patrika regarding the very First Indian app by the students for the students
Enginious under the banner of IEI-IEM Electrical & Mechanical students’ chapter has been published in IEI newsletter