The college hosted a National Exhibition, National Science and Cultural Expo-2015 from 30 Nov 2015 to 6 Dec 2015. The Expo was inaugurated by Hon’ble M.L.A. Sri P.K. Gurudasan. The inaugural ceremony was presided over by Janab. Shahal Hassan Musaliar, Hon’ble President, T.K.M. College Trust. Prof. Hashimudeen A., Principal of the college, welcomed the gathering. Ms. A. Shainamol, I.A.S., Hon’ble District Collector, Kollam, delivered the key-note address. Janab. Jalaluddin Musaliar, Hon’ble Treasurer, T.K.M. College Trust, was honoured in the function by Sri P.K. Gurudasan who wrapped him in a Ponnada. Words of felicitations and greetings were delivered by Dr. David K. Daniel, Principal, T.K.M. Institute of Technology and Shri Yahya S., Principal, T.K.M Higher Secondary School. The vote of thanks was delivered by Janab. Sadiq S. Thaha, Hon’ble Trust Member.
The exhibition was well-received by the public, the students and the scholar community. It was a grand success with its huge attendance from over 52 schools. It presented a rare synchronization and inter-weaving of scientific, technical, technological, intellectual, agricultural and artistic paths to creativity.
The T.K.M. Trust and T.K.M. group of institutions participated actively in the exhibition by putting up insightful and attractive pavilions. The pavilion put up by the Trust was one of the main attractions of the Expo. The pavilion took the visitors on a journey along Janab. Thangal Kunju Musaliar’s life and contributions through a series of photographs and documents. The Trust also presented a miniature model of T.K.M. College of Engineering which stunned the visitors with its remarkable structural perfection. Among the pavilions of T.K.M. group of institutions, the one by T.K.M. Centenary Public School deserves special mention. Among the other pavilions, the Archaeology Archives, World Wild Fund, Kudumbasree, Vanashree, Commercial Pavilions and the pavilion which featured rare antiques were highly appreciated by the visitors. The magic pavilion put up by Muthucaud Magic Academy, which presented 5 shows each day for the entire period of the exhibition was specially appreciated.
A unique feature of the exhibition was that there were cultural programmes on all days from 6 pm to 10m, which was marked by the enormous attendance of the public. The Musical Sandhya presented by the play back singers Nishaad, Durga Vishwanath, Pradeep Palluruthi and Soumya Ramakrishnan was a memorable experience for the audience.
The curtains fell on the exhibition on Dec 6, 2015.