The Alumni of an Institution forms the core of the value system that the Institution believes in and diligently practices over a period of time. St. Martin’s Engineering College established in the year 2002, has a standing of 16 years and has at credit more than Fifteen hundred alumni as its proud ambassadors. These ambassadors participate in nation building in various domains. The Alumni of SMEC, who are chiselled as per the Vision and Mission of the Institution are a great contribution to the society. It is with the symbiotic bond with these alumni that the Institution can further improve, and further contribute to the growth of the new batch of students. It is in this direction that the Alumni Association of the College called ‘DISHA’ was functional since 2008. However the Association has been registered with ‘1684 of 2018' registration number in the year 2018. Though the registration has taken place recently, it has been functional, highly proactive and regularly been meeting for further continuation in terms of inputs, feedback and participation in the improvement of the Institution. The ‘Alumni Meet’ is conducted twice in a year, where the alumni from all the Departments ‘CSE, ECE, MECHANICAL, CIVIL, EEE and IT’ as UG program graduates along with PG programs, i.e., CSE, ECE, and MBA can gather under one roof .The alumni students can share all their experiences from campus life to career life, the various efforts involved in attaining a professional life. The meet will be almost an interactive session. Successful entrepreneurs, professionals and project team leaders from the alumni are invited to talk on their success stories. The employees with foreign MNCs from alumni also respond to this great occasion and bring glory to the alumni meet with their multi talented skills through telephone conference. The alumni also assist the final year students of various streams of engineering to get their project placements and summer internship in their companies. This is the probable way, the regular alumni association meetings pave the way for the successful placements of the students. At the end of the alumni meet, feedback to be taken from the alumni for the effective conduction of the programme in further years and for the benefit of outgoing students. “Knowledge” is the main base of any learning process. Suitability for any employment criteria can be judged based on “the knowledge in all aspects” of a job seeker. “Communication Skills” are life skills, without which the acquired knowledge will be remained unsuccessful. During the student life, a student ought to acquire these with equal priority for subject knowledge. “Interpersonal Skills” teach how to behave, respond and act at the work areas. Proper and careful training in this area makes the learner confident at all stages. “Management Skills” are extremely important in order to cope with any work environment and succeed in any field. “The Design of Curriculum” at Institutions should pave a way for an employee to perform all the assignments successfully at the work places.