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What are TinkerHub Campus Communities?

Tinkerhub campus communities is a tinkerhub programme encouraging a tech learning culture on campuses so that students can grow their abilities and further their careers. Campus communities will help college students who don't think they're getting enough exposure to technology or don't have the ideal environment to study it.

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Why Tinkerhub Campus Communities?

The fourth industrial revolution is on its way, and talents will be everything. Tinkerhub is dedicated to assisting our student community in upskilling and contributing to the community's progress through the learning process. Tinkerhub's programmes are all oriented on peer-to-peer learning, and we're dedicated to helping our members learn about new technologies, become industry-ready, and, most importantly, network and make new contacts.

What changes we have made

Tinkerhub has been actively working towards its dream of making a different kind of tech community for the students, and we have managed to -

Build a tech ecosystem within the state, which is more focused on upskilling and peer-learning. Start tech communities in colleges that didn’t have much exposure before. It was tremendously useful for the students of these colleges; they were getting newer and better opportunities

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Colleges Joined with TinkerHub


  • College of Engineering Kidangoor
  • Rajadhani Institute of Engineering and Technology, Attingal
  • RIT, Kottayam
  • Kristu Jyoti College of Engineering Trivandrum
  • College of engineering karunagappally
  • Marian Engineering College
  • College of Engineering Aranmula
  • St. Joseph's College of Engineering and Technology, Palai
  • AJ College of Science and Technology
  • Saintgits College of Engineering, Pathamuttom
  • TKM College of Engineering, Kollam
  • John Cox Memorial CSI Institute of technology, Kannammoola
  • Mes College, Marampally
  • Kmea Engineering College, Edathala
  • Model Engineering College, Thrikkakara
  • Cochin University College Of Engineering Kuttanad(CUCEK), Pulincunno
  • Government Engineering College Sreekrishnapuram Palakkad
  • NSS COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, PALAKKAD
  • COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING CHENGANNUR, CHENGANNUR
  • School of engineering CUSAT, Kalamassery
  • Government Engineering College, Thrissur
  • AISAT, Kalamassery
  • Government Engineering College Idukki, Idukki
  • Sree Buddha College of Engineering,Pattoor,Alappuzha
  • Jyothi Engineering College, Vettikkattiri
  • Providence College of Engineering & School of Business, Chengannur
  • De Paul Institute of Science and Technology, Angamaly
  • AL-AMEEN ENGINEERING COLLEGE,SHORNUR
  • Carmel College of Engineering and Technology, Alappuzha
  • MBCCET KUTTIKANAM
  • College of Engineering and Management Punnapra College, Alappuzha
  • Mar Athanasius College of Engineering, Kothamangalam
  • ILAHIA COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY , MUVATTUPUZHA
  • College of Engineering Munnar
  • Muthoot Institute of Technology and Science, Varikoli
  • Sri C Achutha Menon Government College, Thrissur
  • Al-Ameen College edathala,aluva
  • Department of Computer Science CUSAT, Kochi
  • AL AZHAR COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY
  • KMCT College of Engineering, Kallanthode
  • MES COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, KUTTIPPURAM
  • MES KEVEEYEM COLLEGE, Valanchery
  • INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY CALICUT UNIVERSITY, Safi Institute KOHINOOR
  • AWH Engineering College
  • MAMO College, Manassery
  • M.Dasan Institute of Technology, kozhikode
  • MES PONNANI COLLEGE, PONNANI
  • Sullamussalam Science College, Areekode
  • Government College of Engineering Kannur, Dharmasala
  • College of Engineering, Vadakara
  • Government Engineering College,Wayanad,Thalapuzha
  • College of engineering, thalassery
  • Govt, Engineering College, Kozhikode
  • LBS College of Engineering, Kasaragod
  • Majlis arts and science college, puramannur, valanchery
  • WMO Arts & Science College, Muttil
  • ERANAD KNOWLEDGE CITY TECHNICAL CAMPUS

Frequently Asked Questions

How to start a TinkerHub Campus Community on your campus?

You shouldn’t be alone on this mission! Find a team of like-minded pals who are interested to create a community in your college.

  • Be absolutely sure that your teammates will be able to invest time on your Tinkerhub campus community.

  • Structure your team. Even though everyone would be working together, it’s great to have people with diverse skills, so that every need can be managed by the team with minimal help from outside.

  • We recommend avoiding hierarchy. This is a community and not a company. At Tinkerhub, your seniority and your department don’t matter. If you’re excited about building a community, that’s most important.

Create a virtual space for your community to meet. For a large community, meeting online is easier. And don’t use it just for meetings and discussions; you can also share learning resources, opportunities, tech news. Make use of the platform to have engaging discussions about tech. We still haven’t decided whether iOS is better than Android! And the best part is, if you’re facing a roadblock in your development process, you can get advice and opinions. Choose any suitable platform like WhatsApp, Telegram, Discord or Slack.

All this hard work shouldn’t go unnoticed. Make sure that all the events of your community reach everyone in your campus.

How to join the Tinkerhub Campus Community in your college?

The Tinkerhub Campus Community at your college can be the place that you can look, if you want to learn about the latest technical skills. Join Tinkerhub at Welcome To TinkerHub. Welcome aboard!

What are the activities of Tinkerhub Campus Community?

Anything that helps the students to achieve new skills. We will provide a tentative yearly plan to every club so that they can focus on the right things — however, this plan can be (should be) challenged by the members of the club and make it better and suitable for them. We will stick to our values when we select the topics/projects.

If you are looking for self-learning, collaborative learning and contribution to your team’s learning, this is what it’ll look like: workshops, bootcamps, weekly/bi-weekly meet-ups, hosting conference - in short, from Augmented Reality workshops to how to create a LinkedIn profile — all with a pinch of fun. We also hone talent to compete in international technical contests, hackathons and challenges.

What has Tinkerhub achieved over the years?

Tinkerhub has been actively working towards its dream of making a different kind of tech community for the students, and we have managed to -

  • Build a tech ecosystem within the state, which is more focused on upskilling and peer-learning.

  • Start tech communities in colleges that didn’t have much exposure before. It was tremendously useful for the students of these colleges; they were getting newer and better opportunities

  • Bring about gender equality within the tech community with our Women in Tech initiatives. We’ve been able to bring women forward in a field that still continues to be male-dominated. Women play important roles in Tinkerhub

  • part from peer learning, we’ve developed resources and learning paths to help students learn on their own. We’ve enabled cross-community communication, so that the learning experience doesn’t stop at Tinkerhub.