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NAAC SSR - srec.ac.in
SRI RAMAKRISHNA ENGINEERING COLLEGE
[Autonomous Institution, ISO 9001:2008 Certified, Approved by AICTE and
Permanently Affiliated to Anna University, Chennai]
COIMBATORE - 641 022
Self Study Report
(SSR)
Volume – I
Submitted to
National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC)
PO Box No. 1075, Nagarbhavi, Bengaluru
August 2015
Contents
Description
Page Nos.
Covering Letter
Declaration by the Head of the Institution
Preface
i
Profile of the Institution
iii
Executive Summary
1
Criterion-wise Evaluation Reports
Volume I
1. Criterion I: Curricular Aspects
7
2. Criterion II: Teaching, Learning and Evaluation
33
3. Criterion III: Research, Consultancy and Extension
81
4. Criterion IV: Infrastructure and Learning Resources
130
5. Criterion V: Student Support and Progression
154
6. Criterion VI: Governance, Leadership and Management
187
7. Criterion VII: Innovation and Best Practices
209
Evaluative Report of the Departments
Volume II
1. Mechanical Engineering
1
2. Electrical and Electronics Engineering
46
3. Electronics and Communication Engineering
68
4. Computer Science and Engineering
130
5. Information Technology
174
6. Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering
206
7. Biomedical Engineering
235
8. Aeronautical Engineering
299
9. Civil Engineering
319
10. Nanoscience and Technology
342
11. Management Studies
369
12. Science and Humanities
(Maths, English, Physics & Chemistry)
390
Volume III Annexures and Enclosures
NAAC Working Committee
Name
Dr. N.R. Alamelu, Principal
Dr. S.U. Prabha, Professor / EEE
Dr. V. Karpagam, Professor / IT
Dr. N. Neelakandeswari,
Assoc.Professor/Chemistry
Mr. S. Hariharagopalan
Asst.Professor(Sr.Gr)/CSE
Mrs. C. Joanna Pauline,
Asst.Professor / English
Mr. C.S. Manikandababu
Asst.Professor / ECE
Mr. B. Mohankumar
Asst.Professor / IT
Mr. M. Prabhakaran
Asst.Professor /E&I
Ms. C. Ranjani
Asst.Professor / CSE
Responsibilities
Chairperson
Coordinator
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
NAAC Steering Committee
Name
Dr. N.R. Alamelu, Principal
Dr. S.U. Prabha, Professor/EEE
Dr. A. Ebenezer Jeyakumar,
Director (Academics)
Prof. K. Manoharan, Professor &
Head/CSE
Dr. K. Uthayarani, Professor &
Head/Physics
Dr. K. Chithra, Director/MBA
Dr. M. Jegadeeswari, Professor /ECE
Dr. J. David Rathinaraj,
Controller of Examinations
Dr. K. Srinivasan, Professor & Head /
E&I
Dr.M. Senthamil Selvi, Professor &
Head / IT
Responsibility
Chairperson
Coordinator
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
PREFACE
I am privileged to present the “Self Study Report” that elucidates the performance of our
institution, Sri Ramakrishna Engineering College during the period under review for
accreditation by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC).
Sri Ramakrishna Engineering College (SREC) established under SNR Sons Charitable
Trust is one of the seventeen flagship institutions managed by the trust. SREC started in the year
1994 has been continuously striving to make an indelible mark in the higher education by
grooming graduates who make a difference in the industry and the society. The institution was
conferred the Autonomy status in the year 2007 by the University Grants Commission (UGC)
and this has been extended till the year 2020-2021.
SREC offers nine B.E / B. Tech programmes in the disciplines of Aeronautical
Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Electronics
and Communication Engineering, Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Electronics and
Instrumentation Engineering, Information Technology and Computer Science and Engineering
and nine Postgraduate programmes in Engineering and Technology with specializations of
Software Engineering, Power Electronics and Drives, Manufacturing Engineering, VLSI Design,
Computer Science and Engineering, Embedded System Technologies, Control and
Instrumentation Engineering, Thermal Engineering and Nanoscience and Technology. The
MBA programme offered caters to an annual intake of 60 students.
SREC today houses around 4700 students in
Undergraduate and Postgraduate
programmes passionately mentored by 325 faculty members of whom 67 are qualified with
Doctoral Degree and 95 are pursuing Ph.D.,
Six Undergraduates programmes have been accredited and re-accredited by National
Board of Accreditation, New Delhi since 2003 and two Postgraduates programmes have also
being accredited. As an autonomous institution the curricula and syllabi are constantly improved
with the members in the Board of Studies drawn from research and development establishments,
industries and premier academic institutions.
A very good research culture exists in the premises with more than 100 research
publications in International and National Journals every year and an average annual funding of
Rs. 1 crore from various funding agencies - AICTE, DST, CSIR, ISRO, DRDO etc., The
institution is also funded through DST- FIST, DST- INSPIRE and DST- NST MIS.
Sri Ramakrishna Engineering College – NAAC – SSR (Self Study Report)
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The institution (SREC) firmly believes in industry interaction and these interactions
through MoU‟s with organizations like - Pricol Technologies, Pricol Limited, LARSEN &
TOUBRO, Texas Instruments, Intel, National Instruments, Tech Mahindra and SIEMENS have
resulted in internship to the students, immersion programmes for the faculty, problem solving,
testing and consultancy assignments for industries.
SREC strives to contribute to the Nation building by grooming technocrats with a
very sound value system. Our approach to “Leave a Tail than follow a path” is reflected in
the rich feedback received from industries enjoying our alumni‟s contribution.
PRINCIPAL
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Profile of the Autonomous College
1. Name and Address of the College:
Name :
Address :
City : Coimbatore
Website:
Sri Ramakrishna Engineering College
Vattamalaipalayam, N.G.G.O Colony
Pin :641022
State: Tamilnadu
www.srec.ac.in
2. For Communication :
Designation
Name
Principal
Dr.N.R.Alamelu
Steering
Committee
Co-ordinator
Dr.S.U.Prabha
Telephone with
STD code
O: 0422-2461588
R: 0422-2217597
O:0422-2460088
R: -
Mobile
Fax
Email
9750952299
04222461089
[email protected]
8754955886
04222461089
[email protected]
3. Status of the Autonomous College by management
I.
Government
II.
Private

III.
Constituent College of the University
4. Name of the University to Which the College is Affiliated
Anna University, Chennai
5. a. Date of establishment, Prior to the grant of „Autonomy‟ 11-08-1994
b. Date of grant of „Autonomy‟ to the College by UGC: 26-12-2007
6. Type of Institution
a. By Gender
i. For Men
ii. For Women
iii. Co-Education
b. By Shift
i. Regular
ii. Day
iii. Evening


c. Source of funding
i. Government
ii. Grant-in-aid
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iii. Self-financing

iv. Any other (Please specify)
7. It is a recognized minority institution?
Yes
No

If yes specify the minority status (Religious/linguistic/ any other) and provide documentary
evidence.
8. a. Details of UGC recognition:
Under Section
i. 2(f)
Date, Month & Year
(DD-MM-YYYY)
13.07.2005
Remarks (If any)
UGC Letter F.No. 8-14 / 2002 (AC) dated 13-July
2005
ii. 12(B)
12.08.2015
UGC Letter F.No.8-93/2015(CPP – I/C) dated
dated 12 AUG 2015
(Enclose the Certificate of recognition u/s 2 (f) and 12 (B) of the UGC Act)
Certificates in Enclosure A
b. Details of recognition/approval by statutory/regulatory bodies other than UGC (AICTE,
NCTE, MCI, DCI, PCI, RCI etc.)
Date, Month
Under
& Year
Section
Validity
Programme/institution
Remarks
(DD-MM/Clause
YYYY)
07.04.2015
1 Year
Every year Approval
i. AICTE
Under Graduate
has to be
i) Aeronautical
renewed vide AICTE,
Engineering
New Delhi
ii) Biomedical
Letter No. F.No.
Engineering
Southern/1iii) Civil Engineering
iv) Computer Science and 2454313873/2015/EOA
dated 07Engineering
April-2015
v) Electrical and
Electronics Engineering
vi) Electronics and
Instrumentation
Engineering
vii) Electronics and
Communication
Engineering
viii) Information
Technology
ix) Mechanical
Engineering
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ii. Anna
University
29.04.2014
23.06.2014
Post Graduate
i) Computer Science and
Engineering
ii) Control and
Instrumentation
iii) Embedded Systems
Technologies
iv) Manufacturing
Engineering
v) Nanoscience&
Technology
vi) Power Electronics and
Drives
vii) Software Engineering
viii) Thermal Engineering
ix) VLSI Design
x) Master of Business
Administration
Permanent Under Graduate
Affiliation i) Computer Science and
2013-14
Engineering
ii) Electrical and
Electronics Engineering
iii) Electronics and
Instrumentation
Engineering
iv) Electronics and
Communication
Engineering
v) Information
Technology
Post Graduate
i) Software Engineering
ii) Power Electronics and
Drives
1 Year
Post Graduate
i) Computer Science and
Engineering
ii) Control and
Instrumentation
iii) Embedded Systems
Technologies
iv) Manufacturing
Engineering
v) NanoScinece&
Sri Ramakrishna Engineering College – NAAC - SSR (Self Study Report)
Permanent Affiliation
vide Anna
University, Chennai
Lr.No. 087 / CAI
/Permanent Affln./
2013-14
Affiliation vide Anna
University,
Chennai
Lr.No.
02/AFFLN/CAI/AU/C
BE/2014-15 /7181
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27.10.2014
Technology
viii) Thermal Engineering
ix) VLSI Design
x) Master of Business
Administration
Under Graduate
i) Aeronautical
Engineering
ii) Biomedical
Engineering
iii) Civil Engineering
iv) Computer Science and
Engineering
v) Mechanical
Engineering
vi) Information
Technology
Permanent UG-Mechanical
Affiliation Engineering
2014-15
Permanent Affiliation
vide Anna
University, Chennai
Lr.No. 087 / CAI
/ Permanent Affln. /
2013-14
(Enclose the Certificate of recognition/approval – Enclosure B)
9. Has the college recognized
a. By UGC as a College with Potential for Excellence (CPE)?
Yes
No
If yes, date of recognition: …………………… (dd/mm/yyyy)
b. For its contributions / performance by any other governmental agency?
Yes
No
If yes, Name of the agency …………………… and
Date of recognition: …………………… (dd/mm/yyyy)
10. Location of the campus and area :
Location*
Urban
Campus area in Sq. mts. Or acres
42.24 Acres
Built up area in Sq. mts
98770.35 Sq.Mtr
(* Urban, Semi-urban, Rural, Tribal, Hilly Area, Any others specify)
11. Does the College have the following facilities on the campus (Tick the available facility)? In
case the College has an agreement with other agencies in using such facilities provide
information on the facilities covered under the agreement.


Auditorium/seminar complex
Sports facilities


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







12.
 Play ground
 Swimming pool
 Gymnasium
Hostel
 Boys‟ hostels
 Girls‟ hostels
Residential facilities
 for teaching staff
 for non-teaching staff
Cafeteria
Health centre
 First aid facility
 Inpatient facility
 Outpatient facility
 Ambulance facility
 Emergency care facility
 Health centre staff
 Qualified Doctor
 Qualified Nurse
Other facilities
 Bank
 ATM
 Post office
 Book shops
Transport facilities
 for students
 for staff
Power House
Waste Management Facility

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














Full time
Full time
Part-time
Part-time








Details of programmes offered by the institution : (Give data for current academic year)
S.No
1.
Programme
Level
UG
Name of the
Programme/
Course
Aeronautical
Engineering
Bio-Medical
Engineering
Civil
Engineering
Computer
Science
and
Engineering
Electrical
and
Electronics
Engineering
Electronics and
Duration
4 Years
Entry
Qualification
10+2 or Diploma
for Lateral Enrty
Admission
Sri Ramakrishna Engineering College – NAAC - SSR (Self Study Report)
Medium of
Instruction
English
Sanctioned/
Approved
student
intake
60
51
60
59
60
60
180
173
120
116
60
58
No. of
students
Admitted
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2.
3.
PG
Integrated
Masters
4. M.Phil.
5. Ph.D.
6. Integrated
Ph.D.
7. Certificate
8. Diploma
9. PG Diploma
10. Any
other
(Please
Specify)
13.
Instrumentation
Engineering
Electronics and
Communication
Engineering
Information
Technology
Mechanical
Engineering
Computer
Science
and
Engineering
Control
and
Instrumentation
Embedded
Systems
Technologies
Manufacturing
Engineering
Nanoscinece&
Technology
Power
Electronics and
Drives
Software
Engineering
Thermal
Engineering
VLSI Design
Master
of
Business
Administration
2 Years
2 Years
A pass
in a
recognized
Bachelor's Degree
or equivalent in
the relevant field
and with at least
50%
in
the
qualifying degree
examination
A pass
in a
recognized
Bachelor's Degree
of minimum 3
years
duration
and with at least
50%
in
the
qualifying degree
examination
English
English
180
174
120
114
180
180
24
24
18
13
18
17
18
18
18
6
18
18
18
15
18
18
18
60
18
55
-
Does the institution offer self-financed Programmes?
Yes 
No
19
If yes, how many?
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14.
15.
Whether new programmes have been introduced during the last five years?
Yes 
No
If yes Number 5
List the departments: ( Do not list facilities like library, Physical Education as departments
unless these are teaching departments and offer programmes to students)
Particulars
Number Number of Students
Science
Under Graduate
Post Graduate
Research centre(s)
Arts
Under Graduate
Post Graduate
Research centre(s)
Commerce
Under Graduate
Post Graduate
Research centre(s)
Any Other (please specify)
Under Graduate 9
Post Graduate 10
Research Centre(s) 10
4303
390
107
16. Are there any UG and/or PG programmes offered by the College, which are not covered under
Autonomous status of UGC? Give details.
All programmes offered by the college are covered under Autonomous status of UGC.
17. Number of Programmes offered under (Programme means a degree course like BA, MA,
BSc, MSc, B.Com etc)
a. Annual System
b. Semester System
19
c. Trimester System
18. Number of Programmes with
a. Choice Based Credit System
b. Inter/ Multidisciplinary
c. Any other (Specify) – Semester Based Credit System - 19
19. Unit Cost of Education
(Unit cost = total annual recurring expenditure (actual) divided by total number of students
enrolled )
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a. including the salary component
Rs. 90,000/-
b. excluding the salary component
Rs. 44,000/-
20. Does the College have a department of Teacher Education offering NCTE recognized degree
programmes in Education?
Yes

No

If Yes,
a. How many years of standing does the department have?
…………….. Years.
b. NCTE recognition details (if applicable) Notification
No.: ……………………………………
Date: …………………………… (dd/mm/yyyy)
c. Is the department opting for assessment and accreditation separately?
Yes No
21. Whether the College is offering professional programme?
Yes  No
If yes, please enclose approval / recognition details issued by the statutory body governing
the programme.
The orders issued by Anna University and AICTE are enclosed in Enclosure B.
22. Has the College been reviewed by any regulatory authority? If so, furnish a copy of the report
and action taken there upon.
AICTE and Anna University regularly review the functioning and extend the affiliation
and details are provided in Enclosure B.
23. Number of teaching and non-teaching positions in the College
Teaching faculty
NonAssociate Assistant teaching
Positions
Professor
staff
Professor Professor
*M *F *M
*F
*M *F *M *F
Sanctioned by theUGC 21
16
18 11
133 126 69 59
/ University /
State Government and
Recruited
Sanctioned by the
Management/society
or other authorized
bodies
Technical
staff
*M
56
*F
16
-
-
*M - Male *F – Female
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24. Qualifications of the teaching staff
Associate
Professor
Female Male Female
Assistant
Professor
Male Female
Professor
Highest
qualification
Male
Permanent teachers
D.Sc./D.Litt.
Ph.D.
M.Phil.
PG
Temporary teachers
Ph.D.
M.Phil.
PG
Part-time teachers
Ph.D.
M.Phil.
PG
Total
18
3
16
-
16
2
7
2
2
1
8
124
9
27
90
67
37
221
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
25. Number of Visiting Faculty/ Guest Faculty engaged by the College: 8
26. Students enrolled in the College during the current academic year, with the following details:
UG
Integrated
M.Phil.
Masters
PG
Students
M
From the state
where the
College is
located
From other
states of India
F
M
F
M
F
M
Ph.D
F
M
Integrated D.Litt./
PG
D.Sc. Certificate Diploma Diploma
Ph.D.
F
M
F M F
M
F
M
F
M
F
2587
1670 176 187 -
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
23
23
11
16 -
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
NRI students
Foreign
students
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
Total
2610
1693 187 203 -
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
* M – Male* F - Female
27. Dropout rate in UG and PG (average for the last two batches)
UG - 0.54% PG - 0.045%
28. Number of working days during the last academic year 277 Days
29. Number of teaching days during the last academic year 165 Days
30. Is the College registered as a study centre for offering distance education programmes for any
University?
Yes

No

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If yes, provide the
a. Name of the University
b. Is it recognized by the Distance Education Council?
Yes No
c. Indicate the number of programmes offered.
31. Provide Teacher-student ratio for each of the programme/course offered
1:15
32. Is the College applying for?
Accreditation : Cycle 1

Cycle 2
Cycle 3
Cycle 4
Re-Assessment :
Date of accreditation* (applicable for Cycle 2, Cycle 3, Cycle 4 and re-assessment
only) Not Applicable
Cycle 1: …………………… (dd/mm/yyyy) Accreditation outcome/results Cycle 2:
…………………… (dd/mm/yyyy) Accreditation outcome/results Cycle 3:
…………………… (dd/mm/yyyy) Accreditation outcome/results * Kindly enclose
copy of accreditation certificate(s) and peer team report(s)
Cycle 1 refers to first accreditation; Cycle 2 and beyond refers to reaccreditation
33. a. Date of establishment of Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) 02.06.2014(dd/mm/yyyy)
b. Dates of submission of Annual Quality Assurance Reports (AQARs).
(i)
AQAR for year …………… on ………(dd/mm/yyyy)
(ii)
AQAR for year …………… on ……… (dd/mm/yyyy)
(iii)
AQAR for year …………… on ……… (dd/mm/yyyy)
(iv)
AQAR for year …………… on……… (dd/mm/yyyy)
Any other relevant data, the College would like to include. (Not exceeding one page)
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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
Introduction
Sri Ramakrishna Engineering College (SREC) was established in the year 1994 by SNR
Sons Charitable Trust. It is one of the seventeen institutions managed by the trust. The institution
started with four engineering programmes with a total annual intake of 180 has today grown into
an institution with nine programmes in Undergraduate level and nine specializations at
Postgraduate level in Engineering and Technology along with MBA with total student strength
of around 4700.
The institution is spread over a sprawling 42.24 acres with a total built up area of
98,770.35 Sq.m. The institution was accorded the status of Autonomy in 2007. Six B.E / B.Tech
programmes have been accredited and re-accredited by National Board of Accreditation, New
Delhi, since 2003 and two Postgraduate programmes have also been accredited in 2012. The
institution is ISO 9001:2008 certified and permanently affiliated to Anna University, Chennai.
Education programmes offered at SREC
B.E / B. Tech Programmes
S.No
Course
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Year of Starting
Engineering and Technology
B.E - Mechanical Engineering
1994
B.E - Electrical and Electronics
1994
Engineering
B.E - Computer Science and
1994
Engineering
B.E - Electronics and Communication
1994
Engineering
B.Tech - Information Technology
1998
B.E - Electronics and Instrumentation
2001
Engineering
B.E - Biomedical Engineering
2006
B.E - Aeronautical Engineering
2008
B.E – Civil Engineering
2012
M.E / M. Tech Programmes
S.No.
Course
1.
M.E – Power Electronics and Drives
2.
M.E – Software Engineering
3.
M.E – Manufacturing Engineering
4.
M.E – Computer Science and
Engineering
Annual Intake
180 Since 2012-13
120 Since 2008-09
180 Since 2014-15
180 Since 2011-12
120 Since 2014-15
60
60
60
60
Year of Starting
2003
2003
2003
Annual Intake
18
18
18
2010
24 Since 2012-13
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5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
M.E – VLSI Design
M.E – Control and Instrumentation
Engineering
M.E – Embedded System
Technologies
M.E – Thermal Engineering
M.Tech – Nanoscience and
Technology
M.B.A – Master of Business
Administration
2010
18
2013
18
2013
18
2014
18
2012
18
2008
60
All the departments are offering Ph.D., programmes in their respective disciplines
Organizational Structural and Governance
The institution is managed by SNR Son Charitable Trust with Board of Trustees. The
board has got trustees with a Managing Trustee, Joint Managing Trustee and other members in
the Board of Trustees.
Board of Trustees
Thiru. R. Vijayakumhar
Thiru. D. Lakshminarayanaswamy
Thiru. S.Narendran
Thiru. R. Sundar
- Managing Trustee
- Joint Managing Trustee
- Trustee
- Trustee
Governing Council
Dr.A Ebenezer Jeyakumar
Director (Academics)
Vice Principal, Deans and
Directors
Dr.N.R. Alamelu
Principal
Heads of the Departments
Estate Maintenance
and Administrative
Staff
Placement
Officer and
Librarian
Teaching, Non-Teaching
and Supporting Staff
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Vision and Mission of the Institution
Vision
To develop into a leading world class Technological University consisting of Schools of
Excellence in various disciplines with a co-existent Centre for Engineering Solutions
Development for world-wide clientele
Mission
To provide all necessary inputs to the students for them to grow into knowledge
engineers and scientists attaining
 Excellence in domain knowledge, practice and theory
 Excellence in co-curricular and Extracurricular talents
 Excellence in character and personality
Infrastructure
The institution has an instructional area of 25,637.31 sq. m and sports area of 8.67 acres
for grounds
The infrastructural of the institution are as below:
 Instructional area
- 25,637.31 Sq.m
 Sports area
- 8.67 acres
 General amenities area
- 25,440.81 Sq.m
 Parking area
- 2,182.95 Sq.m
 Residential area
- 727.07 Sq.m
General Amenities
 1500 Seater Auditorium with Audio Visual Facility
 11 seminar halls with capacity ranging from 150 to 350
 98 class rooms equipped with audio visual facilities
 Men‟s Hostel total capacity
- Hostel I – 188 Rooms,
Hostel II – 192 Rooms and
(1178 Students)
Hostel III – 89 Rooms
 Women‟s hostel capacity
- Hostel I – 91 Rooms and Hostel II – 139 Rooms
(848 Students)
 Staff quarters capacity
- 6 (2BHK)
 In house Health Center
- 220.63 Sq.m
 Multi-Cuisine Food Court
- 658.5 Sq.m
 Parking facilities
- 2182.95 Sq.m
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Major achievements
 The institution has been conferred the status of Autonomy by UGC, New Delhi
 The UGC has extended autonomy for a period of six years with effect from 2015-2016
to 2020-2021 including ex-post-facto from 2013-2014 to 2014-2015
 The institution is ISO-9001-2008 certified
 The institution is Permanently Affiliated to Anna University, Chennai
 The institution is approved under Section 12 (B) of UGC Act
 The institution has 67 faculty with Ph.D and 95 of them pursuing Ph.D.,
 The institution has been ranked in national surveys of Technical Institutions
1. The Week survey 2015
- Top 50
2. Data Quest Survey 2015
- Top 100
3. Silican India Survey
- Top 25
4. Business and Management Chronicle
- A++ ranking and top 10 in terms
of placements
 The institution received the Sustainable Institute Industry Partnership Award 2015
for the best industry linkage by SEED- Society for Education and Entrepreneurship
Development
 The institution received the Best Innovative Project Award 2015 by ICT Academy of
Tamil Nadu
 The institution has received project funding through DST-FIST, INSPIRE, NST MIS,
CSIR, AICTE etc., to the tune of Rs. 3 Crores 42 lakhs in the last 4 years
 The college magazine received the Best Magazine Award for the year 2014-2015
 The IEE Student branch received the Dynamic Chapter Award for the year 20142015
 The CSI Chapter received the Largest Chapter Award for the year 2014-2015
 The institution has Ministry of MSME Approval Business Incubation Centre functioning
 The institution has got an Industry Collaboration Centre established by CMM level
industry in the college premises
 Recognition of all departments as Research departments by Anna University, Chennai
Unique Distinctions
 Dedicated members of faculty and support staff with an average experience of 8 years
and average retention of 10 years in all the departments
 Well established state-of-the-art laboratories as per industry standard for all the
departments
 An excellent interaction with the industry in terms of their contributions in the Board of
Studies, Department advisory board, guest lectures, testing and consultancy services
 Excellent placement record with more than 85% of the students being placed every year
in reputed organizations – product development, IT majors and core engineering industry
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Good number of MoUs with the industries for internships and projects
Professional society chapters for every department with active participation
Very effective teaching learning process with an excellent instructional design, delivery,
supplemented by video presentation and open courseware
Very active student support system ensuring good students progression through
sponsorship for conferences, national design contests, technical training, placement
training etc.,
Very active Alumni Association with its chapters in Bangalore and Chennai
Alumni Association scholarships to the meritorious and deserving students through
endowments
Alumni helping the students in internships and recruitment to the various organizations
Recuritment to the various organizations through Alumni
AICTE funded active Entrepreneurship Development Cell
More than 50 Alumni Entrepreneurs interacting with and nurturing entrepreneurship in
the campus
Center for Innovation to encourage creativity, Innovation and Multidisciplinary approach
SWOC Analysis
Strength
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Autonomy for the institution, providing academic flexibility
Recognition by UGC under sections 2(f) and 12(b)
Permanent Affiliation to Anna University
Accreditation and Reaccreditation for 6 UG and 2 PG programmes
Funding from agencies like – AICTE, DRDO, DST, CSIR through FIST-INSPIRE,
NSTMIS, EMR(II)
Recognition as research department for all the departments from Anna University.
Internal Quality Assurance Cell to ensure quality in academic administrative function
Extensive industry interaction leading to employable graduates and recognition for
industry interaction by Society for Educational and Entrepreneurship
Center for innovation for multidisciplinary approach, leading to Best Innovative Project
Award from ICT Academy of Tamil Nadu
Central library with good number of books.
Digital library and online materials
Professional Society Chapters for every department
High retention factors for faculty members across all the departments
Entrepreneurship Cell to encouraging the Entrepreneurs
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Weakness
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Focus of student projects towards the societal requirements
Opportunities
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To bring in center for non formal and continuing education to offer industry collaborative
certificate courses
Tie up with foreign universities for research and faculty exchange
Challenges
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Sustenance of research culture with patents
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CRITERION I: CURRICULAR ASPECTS
1.1 Curriculum Design and Development
1.1.1 How are the institutional vision / mission reflected in the academic programmes of the
College?
The vision and the mission of the Institution are as follows:
Vision of the Institute:
 To develop into a leading world class Technological University consisting of Schools of
Excellence in various disciplines with a co-existent Centre for Engineering Solutions
Development for world-wide clientele.
Mission of the Institute:
To provide all necessary inputs to the students for them to grow into knowledge engineers
and scientists attaining
 Excellence in domain knowledge, practice and theory.
 Excellence in co-curricular and extracurricular talents.
 Excellence in character and personality.
The stated vision and mission of the Institution are reflected in the academic programmes of the
college as follows:
a. UG, PG and Research Programmes are offered in the fields of Engineering, Technology and
Management Studies
b. The Vision and Mission of the various academic programmes are framed in such a way that
they are in line with the Vision and Mission of the Institute
c. The Department Curriculum Development Cell develops the Curriculum and Syllabi to meet
the Vision and Mission of the Department
d. Compulsory laboratory training and projects are offered as part of curriculum
e. Visiting faculty for providing special training
f. Research and Development in the fields of Engineering, Technology and Management
Studies
g. Organizing workshops, seminars, providing hands-on training in the emerging areas of
Engineering, Technology and Management
h. Encouraging the students to carry out innovative projects
i. Encouraging the faculty members to visit leading institutions for academic interaction
j. Encouraging the faculty members to visit leading industries for collaboration and projects
k. Motivating and encouraging students and faculty members in research, consultancy and new
product / process development and knowledge enhancement
l. Modifying/up gradation of curricula and syllabi in accordance with feedback and inputs from
industry, research organization and professional bodies
m. Encouraging the faculty members for consultancy, publications and IPRs
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Provision to students to take up multidisciplinary electives of their choice.
Providing training program to the students on soft skills
Organising internships and industrial training
Providing outbound training for the students
Publication and dissemination of vision and mission:
The vision and mission of the institution are being disseminated through different means
to ensure that they reach out to all the stake holders of the system. The vision and mission of the
institute and the various academic programmes are displayed and projected in,
 Institute website : http://www.srec.ac.in
 Central library
 Administrative cabins, office rooms and laboratories
 Department notice boards, HoDs cabin and faculty cabins
 Rules & regulations books
 Syllabus books (Individual copy to every student)
 Test note books
 Laboratory Record note books
Apart from this, they are also disseminated to all the stakeholders of the programmes through,
 Orientation programmes conducted during the induction of a new academic batch
 Awareness workshops to students and faculty periodically
 Alumni meet of various alumni chapters
The vision and mission of all the academic departments are in tune with the vision and mission
of the institute.
1.1.2. Describe the mechanism used in the design and development of the curriculum? Give
details on the process. (Need Assessment, Feedback, etc).
For effective design, development and implementation of the state of the art
curriculum for all the programmes, the institution follows a systematic process and action
plans. To meet the global challenges, lots of initiatives are being taken. Statutory Monitoring
is being done by Apex bodies like AICTE, UGC, State Government and the Affiliating
University. In- house monitoring is done by Heads of the Departments, various committees,
Principal and Director (Academics). The major plans in all aspects are discussed in these
higher level committees and are disseminated to and discussed with all the stakeholders
through various levels of meetings and the opinions are considered before implementing the
same.
Being an Autonomous Institution, the Curricula and Syllabi are being designed with the
objectives of
1. Meeting industrial expectations
2. Developing problem solving abilities
3. Focusing on integrated approach to any problem
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4. Motivating higher education
5. To Practice engineering
Curriculum Development Process:
a. The curriculum design and development is carried out at the department, based on the
interaction, suggestions and feedback from industry, academicians, alumni, students and
the members of faculty.
b. It is presented to the members of Board of Studies
c. Following flowchart gives the Pictorial Representation of the Curriculum
Development Process. Standing Committee considers the proposed curriculum and
syllabi submitted by the Boards of Studies and recommend it to the Academic Council
for its consideration and approval with or without modification.
Programme
Specific Criteria
Programme
Outcomes (POs)
Industry Needs
Programme Assessment Committee
Curriculum Framing
Course Outcomes
(COs)
Course Contents
Course Assessment
Methods
Curriculum Development Cell & Department Advisory
Committee
Board of Studies
Standing Committee
Academic Council
Approved Regulation, Curricula and Syllabi
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The Outcome Based Education (OBE) model which involves curriculum design based
on predetermined objectives and learning outcomes is being practiced. The Board of Studies
(BoS) of all the academic programmes have taken steps to make changes in the core areas like
curriculum development, assessment strategies, and delivery methods as per the OBE system.
OBE covers all the aspects like planning, implementation, assessment/evaluation and continual
quality improvement.
The Program Educational Objectives (PEO), describes the career goals and
professional success of the programme. The Programme Outcomes (PO) are established to
relate with the skills, knowledge, and attitude that the student acquires at the end of the program.
PO‟s are defined in accordance with the Graduate Attributes as per NBA/ABET guidelines.
Course design involves defining contents, Course objectives & Course outcomes (CO), which
describe as to what the students, are expected to know and be able to do at the end of the course.
The following statutory committees are functioning in the institution to take care of
the administrative and academic procedures as per the norms stipulated by AICTE and
Affiliating University:
The constitution of Board of Studies:
S.No
Members Constituting Board of Studies
1
Chairperson – Head of the Department
2
Academician-Nominated by the University
3
A Senior person-from R & D / Central
Government Organization
4
A Member from appropriate and relevant
Industry
5
Alumnus of the Department
6
Professors/Associate Professors/Senior
Assistant Professors of the department.
The constitution of the Academic Council:
S.No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Members Constituting the Academic Council
Chairperson – Principal
Chairpersons of the Boards of all the
Programmes
Members Nominated by University
Expert Nominee – Industry, Commerce, Law,
Medicine
Senior Teaching Representatives
Present Student Members
Member Secretary
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The constitution of the Governing Council:
S.No.
Members Constituting the Governing Council
1
Ex-officio – Principal
2
Five Members from Management
3
One Educationalist
4
One Industrialist
5
One Member from UGC
6
One Member from State Government
7
One University Nominee
8
Two Senior Teaching Representatives
Every Department has the Department Advisory Committee, comprising of team of faculty
members, experts from industries, academicians, students that would meet once at the
commencement of every academic year to discuss the following:
 Vision and Mission of the Department
 Data collected from Stakeholders
 Details of the current status
 Student admission quality
 Teaching & Learning Process
 Faculty and their Research activities
 Facilities of the Department
 Data collected on prospect/ potential of identified industries relevant to academic
programme/ research organizations/ Higher educational institutions
 Revision and upgradation based on feedback obtained from the stakeholders
 Actions to be taken on points discussed in meeting
Apart from the above, the Institution has the following Committees for better
organization and governance of the curriculum.
Name of the Committee
Frequency of meeting
Class Committee
Twice in a Semester
Course Committee
Once in a Semester
Time Table Committee
Once in a Semester
Project Review Committee
Once in a Semester
Internal Audit Committee
Once in a Semester
Class Committee:
A Class Committee consisting of teachers of the concerned class, student
representatives and a chairperson (who is not a teacher for that class) meets
twice in a semester with a set objective of improving the overall performance of
the students of the class and with the objective of ensuring the achievement of POs.
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Course Committee:
A Course Committee comprises all the teachers teaching the common course
with one of them nominated as course coordinator.
Functions of Class Committee / Course Committee:
 Review of Syllabus coverage
 Informing the Students Representatives regarding the weightages of assessments in
practical courses and project works
 Solving the problems experienced by the students in class room and in
laboratories
 Analyzing the performance of the students in class tests
 Identifying the weak students and providing guidance, support and special coaching
for them
 Identifying Co-Curricular activities
Project Review Committee:
The Project review committee comprises of
 Head of the Department
 External Committee member from other department (HOD/Senior level Faculty
Member)
 Project Coordinator
 Project Guide
This committee makes assessment of incremental improvements in various stages of the project
work.
Internal Audit Committee:
An internal Audit Committee is formulated with a Chairman, Chief Auditors and
Auditors. The HODs and Senior Faculty Members will act as Chief Auditors and
Auditors. The auditing committee will audit the academic documents at the end of every
semester and submit a report to the Chairman of the Auditing committee. Based on the report
appropriate corrective measures will be taken.
In addition to the above, all the academic programmes of the institution are practicing the
Outcome Based Education (OBE) with the defined Programme Educational Objectives (PEO)
which is achievable and consistent with the vision and mission of the institution.
Feedback from the different stakeholders viz. students, parents, alumni, and industry are
obtained through a well thought of questionnaire that is prepared and approved by the
department committee. This obtained feedback is analyzed and the various requirements of the
stakeholders are understood and incorporated while establishing and reestablishing the PEO‟s.
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Feedback on every course is also taken at the end of the course and all these feedback are
analyzed to fine-tune the syllabi. The various feedback will also be used as an assessment tool to
establish the attainment of the PO‟s and PEO‟s.
Such a structured approach with the inbuilt mechanisms for need assessment and
feedback from all the stake holders ensures that the course contents prepare the students to
face the global challenges.
1.1.3. How does the College involve industry, research bodies, and civil society in the
curriculum design and development process? How did the College benefit through the
involvement of the stakeholders?
The Institution has established an effective network with the industries, R&D
organizations, research bodies, academia and civil society to keep pace with the latest
developments in the field of Engineering and Technology for the benefit of students and to
ensure that such developments are ultimately useful to the civil society.
Networking and Interaction with Industry:
The institution involves the members from industry at every stage of functioning like the
Department Advisory Committee, Board of Studies, Academic Council, Internal Quality
Assurance Cell, Result Passing Board and also in the governing council.
The industries from where such experts are drawn include:
 Ashok Leyland, Chennai
 Robert Bosch Engineering and Business Solutions Limited, Coimbatore
 M/s Tata Consultancy Services, Bangalore
 HCL Technologies, Chennai
 Cognizant Technologies Solution, Coimbatore
 EMC Corporation, Bangalore
 Philips Research Asia, Bangalore
 Max Hyper Market, Chennai
 Sanmar Engineering & Technologies Ltd., Trichy
 Intel Mobile Communications, Bangalore
 Sap Lab, Bangalore
 Larsen & Toubro Pvt. Ltd, Coimbatore
 Pricol Technologies, Coimbatore
Industrial experts visit the campus to provide Technical Value Addition for 40 hours on
any technical subject of the field of relevance for the benefit of the students of the various
programmes.
The institute has signed MoUs with various leading industries
 Tech Mahindra, Bangalore for training and collaborative projects
 ROOTS Industries India Ltd. for training and collaborative projects.
 SIEMENS for training and collaborative projects
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 Larsen & Toubro for training and collaborative projects
 Texas Instruments, Bangalore to train the students in their equipment
 FICE – Intel India Pvt. Ltd., Bangalore - Intel Intelligent System Laboratory for
the students Internship, Projects and Workshops
 coreEL Technologies to train the students in Mentor Graphics EDA Tool
 PRICOL Ltd. for training and collaborative projects
 Zylog India Pvt. Ltd. to train the students for software testing with the curriculum
prescribed by Zylog.
 PRICOL Technologies for training and collaborative projects
 KKM Software Pvt. Ltd. to train the students on hyberworks, CATIA and
ANSYS.
 National Instruments, Bangalore for training and collaborative projects
 CISCO Networks Academy to train the students on CISCO Network Certification
 Platinum Partner with Microsoft to prepare the students for Microsoft Certification
 Kyungpook National University, South Korea for collaborative research for
students and staff.
 EMC Corporation to enlighten the students to meet the demand of IT revolution –
Organizing Workshop on Advance Open Source Web Technology in PHP.
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The students are encouraged to undergo in-plant training in industries
Faculty and students are encouraged to go for industrial visit to understand the latest
technological developments
Invited talks are arranged by each department to invite industry personnel to visit the
campus and have interaction with faculty and students.
Departments are encouraged to do consultancy work for the industry with the
expertise available in the departments
Students are sent to industries for training/project work.
The outcome of the industry interaction and MoUs during the past 5 years resulted as
follows:
Benefit
Beneficiaries
Faculty members with industrial experience/trained
37
Students who attended industrial training
930
Visits made by student groups to industry
57
Industry-based student projects
Industrial personnel who took class/gave special
lectures
Industry based Ph.D. / M.Tech. Thesis
Consultancy projects
143
128
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Industrial personnel associated with curriculum
design
Industrial professionals trained
46
Testing services
09
49
Networking and interaction with Research bodies/ Academic Institutions
 The Board of Studies of every program comprises of eminent scientists from premier R&D
establishments like,
 Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore
 Council of Scientific and Industrial Research, Trivandrum
 Defence Research and Development Organization, Bangalore
 Indian Institute of Space, Science And Technology, Thriuvananthapuram
 Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre, Trivandrum
 ISRO, Mahendragiri
 CSIR - Structural Engineering Research Centre, Chennai
 CECRI, Karaikudi
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The member of Board of Studies of various departments comprises of eminent academicians from
the following academic institutions.
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IIT Madras, Chennai
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Center for Nanoscience and Technology, Anna University, Chennai
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PSG College of Technology, Coimbatore
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National Institute of Technology, Tiruchirapalli
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Department of Computer Science, School of Engineering & Technology, Pondicherry
University
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Coimbatore Institute of Technology, Coimbatore
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Government College of Technology, Coimbatore
The eminent scientists and academicians, in addition to the curriculum development are also involved
in the following areas:
 The eminent scientists from the reputed national research organizations like DRDO,
ISRO, etc., are invited for the invited talks, seminars, and Guest lectures.
 The Institution is associated with number of Professional societies to attract
research professionals for interaction with the members of faculty and students
by organizing activities through the institutional chapters of the respective professional
bodies.
 The Institution has the policy of attracting the eminent academicians from the
Government and Government aided institutions as the member of the staff selection
committee.
 The departments are organizing the National Level Technical Symposium every year,
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where the eminent professors from the reputed institutions and practicing engineers
from industries are invited to deliver the keynote address.
The faculty members of the institute are motivated to engage in research activities and
keep on interacting with various research bodies and academic institutions.
Networking and Interaction with civil society and professional society
 The feedback is obtained from alumni/ parents/ other organizations and professional
societies. The relevant suggestions are considered while designing the curriculum.
 By involving these stakeholders in the curriculum design, the college ensures that the
curriculum developed encompasses components for employability, research, topics in
emerging trends, social relevance and social needs.
 As a result, the curriculum remains updated. It offers huge scope for in-depth knowledge and
equips the learner to compete successfully at the vertical and horizontal levels.
The institution has the following active professional societies:
1. Institution of Engineers
2. ISTE Students Chapter
3. Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE)
4. Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)
5. Women in Engineering (IEEE - WIE)
6. Indian Society for Technical Education (ISTE)
7. Institute of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineers (IETE)
8. Computer Society of India (CSI)
9. Instrument Society of India (ISOI) Student‟s Chapter
10. Bio Medical Engineering Society of India (BMESI)
11. Aeronautical Scoiety of India (AeSI)
The interaction of the institution with the civil society is quite good with the objective of
using the technology for the benefit of mankind and to know the needs of the society. The
interaction with NGO‟s ensuring development of socially relevant projects in tune with IEEE –
EPICS – Engineering projects in community service.
1.1.4. How are the following aspects ensured through curriculum design and development?
* Employability
* Innovation
* Research
The curriculum design and development ensures that the students are employable,
innovative and are also able to contribute towards research.
Employability
The curriculum incorporates the following to ensure employability of the students.
 Industry prescribed / Industry expected curriculum
 Introduction of new subjects by the industry experts as Co-create / Co-teach model
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Establishment of laboratories in collaboration with Industry for state of the art
learning
Interdisciplinary electives
Interdisciplinary laboratories
Incorporating mini projects in relevant laboratories
Acquisition - based training.
Presentation of technical papers
Incorporating comprehension as a 2 credit course in 6th/7th semester
Introduction of industrial training as a mandatory component in the curriculum
Internship as part of curriculum
Every year core, IT and IT Service companies are visiting the college for placement. 85 %
of students are placed in the academic year 2014-15.
Innovation
Encouraging innovation through:
 Mandatory Value added courses / Training to the students
 An exclusive innovation centre to encourage innovative Projects for both UG and PG
students
 Addition of innovative laboratory experiments to improve problem solving abilities
with practical approach
 Inter disciplinary electives to nurture multi-disciplinary approach to engineering
problem solving
 Mini projects developing innovation as part of laboratory courses
 Flexibility to choose subjects through open electives, self-study Electives, and special
electives further enhancing the analytical ability, innovative thinking and creativity.
 The students are constantly encouraged to carry out Innovative Projects and the list is
furnished in Annexure 1.1.
List of Multi-disciplinary Electives
S.No.
Department
1.
Mechanical
Engineering
2.
Electrical and
Electronics Engineering
3.
4.
Electronics and
Communication
Engineering
Computer Science and
Multi-disciplinary Electives Offered
12ME2004 - Sensors for Engineering Applications
12ME2005 - Nano Materials Technology
12ME2006 - Industrial Design and Applied
Ergonomics
12EE2001 - Intellectual Property Rights
12EE2002 - Power Supply Systems
12EE2003 - Non Conventional Energy Sources
12EC2E38 - Microprocessor and Microcontroller
12EC2E39 - Digital Signal Processing
12EC2E40 - Digital Image Processing
12CS2E71 - Essentials of Information Technology
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Engineering
5.
Information
Technology
6.
Electronics and
Instrumentation
Engineering
7.
8.
9.
S.No.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Bio-medical
Engineering
Aeronautical
Engineering
Civil Engineering
12CS2E72 - Fundamentals of Computer Algorithms
12CS2E73 - Software Engineering
12IT2E23 - Object Oriented Programming using C++
12IT2E24 - Database Systems
12IT2E25 - Internet Technologies
12EI2E17 - Reliability and Safety Engineering
12EI2E18 - Instrumentation Techniques
12EI2E19 - Principles and Applications of
Programmable Logic Controller
12BM2E16 - Health Science and Technology
12AE2E20 - Introduction to Aircraft industry and
Aircraft Systems
12CE2E51 - Construction Planning and Management
12CE2E52 - Building Services
12CE2E53 - Waste Management
List of Directed Self Study Electives
Department
Directed Self Study Electives
12ME2E17 - Alternate Sources of Energy
12ME2E05 - Modern Machining process
Mechanical Engineering
12ME2E20 - Non Destructive Testing
12ME2E03 - Welding technology
12ME2002 - Human Values and Professional
Ethics
Electronics and
Instrumentation Engineering
12EI2E08 - PC Based Instrumentation System
Design
12EI2E14 - Fiber Optics and Laser Instruments
12EC2E16 - Wavelets and its Applications
12EC2E24 - Computer System Architecture
12EC2E34 - Real Time concepts for Embedded
Systems
12EC2E11 - Satellite Communication
Electronics and
12ME2001 - Total Quality Management
Communication Engineering
12EC2E10 - Telecommunication Switching and
Networks
12EC2E15 - Speech Processing
12EI2002 - Virtual Instrumentation
12EC2E25 - Multimedia Compression
Techniques
12EE2E14 - High Voltage Engineering
Electrical and Electronics
12EE2E21 - Special Electrical Machines
Engineering
12EE2E22 - Non-conventional Energy Sources
12CS2E25 - Cloud Computing
Computer Science and
12ME2002 - Human Values and Professional
Engineering (UG)
Ethics
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6.
Information Technology
7.
Civil Engineering
12IT2E13 - IT in Forensic Science
12IT2E11 - Software Quality Assurance
12IT2E14 - Web Services & Service Oriented
Architecture
12ME2002 - Human Values and Professional
Ethics
12IT2E16 - Open Source Software
12CE2E11 - Repair and Rehabilitation of
Structures
Research:
The curriculum helps the students to focus towards research as well:
 Establishment of linkage with leading research institutions like IIT – HTIC, IISC,
CSIR, etc for student internship and projects motivating research
 Eminent researchers in Academic Council and Boards of Studies suggesting emerging
areas having potential for research and development enabling paper presentation in
seminars
 Encouragement to carry out mini-projects to try new approach/ideas
 Encouragement to take up interdisciplinary projects
 Mandatory requirement for the PG students to publish their research findings in
journals/conferences
 Financial supports to students and faculty members to present papers in national and
international conferences
 Encouragement to submit proposals to various funding agencies for their research for
students and faculty
Total Number of Teaching Faculty : 325
No. of Faculty members with Ph.D and pursuing Ph.D as on - July 2015
S.No.
1
Number of
Ph.D holders
67
Internal scholars
pursuing Ph.D
95
The following departments of the Institute are Anna University Recognized Research
Centers:
 Mechanical Engineering
 Electrical and Electronics Engineering
 Electronics and Communication Engineering
 Computer Science Engineering
 Information Technology
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Mathematics
Physics
Chemistry
Management Studies
Nanoscience and Technology
1.1.5. How does College ensure that the curriculum developed, address the needs of the
society and have relevance to the regional / national developmental needs?
 The regular feedback from alumni, employer, parents and other members representing the
society are considered, to ensure that the curricula addresses the needs of the society and
have relevance to the regional / national development. The curriculum is developed to
promote global competencies via communication skills, soft sills, computer skills and
latest technologies.
 It is also developed to impart values and also sensitize the students to environmental,
ethical, social, regional and national issues.
 The conventional subjects are restructured to meet the local, regional and national needs.
National Needs: Nano Vision 2020, Information Communication Technology, Digital
India, Make in India
Regional Needs: Motor, pumps and Automobile Industries
Social Needs: Ethical behavior in all aspects, Eco friendly environment
The college offers a compulsory subject in Environmental science. Apart from that the
following subjects are offered.
 Nano science
 Professional Ethics
 Total Quality Management
 Cyber security
 Industrial Safety Engineering
 Community Oriented Summer Projects
Objective of this Initiatives are as follows:
 Inculcate corporate social responsibilities to positively contribute to the sustainable
growth and development of people and community
 Emphasizing the alignment of CSR with business strategy to build social and business
value
Sample Projects:
 Study on Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme
 SME and MSME adoption towards Social Media Marketing in Coimbatore
 Effectiveness of Solid Waste Management System at Periyanaickenpalayam Panchayat.
The faculty focuses on developing projects with student team relevant to the societal
requirements. These projects are in line with IEEE-EPICS-Engineering projects in community
service. The sample projects developed includes,
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ATMA
It has become difficult for patients to reach proper medication centres during crucial
times of need. This project aims at developing a key solution to this problem, by creating a booth
named “ATMA (Any Time Medical Assistance)” , assisted by a health professional where
preliminary health parameters can be checked by any citizen just by a mere visit to it. This booth
has an ambulatory call system and reports of patients could be mailed directly to the concerned
doctors. Booths installed throughout the cities and villages enables the citizens to remain
medically updated.
Audio Visual Entrainment and Acupressure Therapy for Insomnia
It is a portable device, which aids in providing therapy for people suffering from stress
induced insomnia, using a technology named Audio Visual Entrainment combined with
Acupressure therapy. AVE is done using differential binaural beats of 4Hz (frequency of delta
waves in brain associated with sleep), along with red light flashes using LED as this stimulates
melatonin production which induces sleep. Acupressure therapy is provided using a specially
designed collar augmented with motors which targets acupressure points in the neck that induces
relaxation and sleep without the need of pills or counselling.
1.1.6. To what extent does the College use the guidelines of the regulatory bodies for
developing or restructuring the curricula? Has the College been instrumental in leading
any curricular reform which has created a national impact?
College follows the guidelines prescribed by the regulatory bodies, viz., Affiliating
University, AICTE and UGC. Introduction of new programmes, total number of hours for every
programme offered, infrastructure facilities, recruitment of faculty members with the prescribed
qualifications for each post and admission criteria are followed as per the guidelines of AICTE,
New Delhi and Government of Tamil Nadu.
AICTE guidelines related to curriculum composition are adopted as per our curricula and the
composition is as follows:
 Mathematics and Science – 15 % to 20 %
 Humanities – 5% to 10 %
 Computing and Engineering Science – 15% - 20%
 Professional Core - 30 % - 40 %
 Elective - 10 % to 15 %
 Project - 10 % to 15 %
1.2 Academic Flexibility
1.2.1 Give details on the following provisions with reference to academic flexibility
Academic flexibility is provided in the curriculum both for core courses and elective
courses. In core courses, student can complete the curricula within seven semesters by studying
one additional course in each semester, from 5th to 7th semester.
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Academic flexibility is provided in elective courses too – for opting the elective courses,
sufficient choice is provided and the students exercise choice based on their field of interest.
There is also provision to opt for inter disciplinary electives, where a student in one branch of
study can choose to study the subjects offered by another department.
a. Core / Elective options
For all the B.E / B.Tech programmes, a student has to earn 190 credits for award of
degree. 20 % of total credits are offered from 6th to 7th semester of study. The academic
flexibility is provided with an option to the student, completing the 8th semester curriculum in 7th
semester itself, by studying one course extra in each semester from 5th semester onwards.
Elective subjects are also offered in the Language and Basic Science subjects. The
students have an option to take electives from other departments with the approval of respective
Heads of the Departments and directed self-study courses, special electives and entrepreneurship
electives.
The academic flexibility is also provided through the options of inter disciplinary elective
courses. Through this system a student of Mechanical Engineering branch can study an elective
course offered by Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering. This is possible if the course
requested for, does not have any pre-requisite of any course from the offering department.
For PG Programme, the elective courses are offered right from II semester and constitute
20 % of total 90 credits. The project work is carried out during the second year. The project
topic is decided by the end of second semester, so that students will be able to conduct literature
survey and also will be attending the internship in the industries during the summer holidays.
The College offers courses related to emerging areas as additional courses and credits
earned are reflected in the Grade Sheets. Such exposure to new techniques/knowledge enhances
the employment opportunities of the students.
b. Enrichment courses
The enrichment courses are part of every programme offered both at UG and PG.
Enrichment courses are mandatory for a student to become eligible for the award of
degree and every enrichment course is conducted for a minimum of 40 hours. The employability
enhancement program constituting of communication skills, aptitude and logical reasoning are
offered to every student from the second semester onwards.
The outbound courses are offered twice during the period of study enhancing the team
work, leadership qualities and self confidence. The various departments of the institution
regularly conducts workshops, Soft skills trainings, Technical trainings, etc for the overall
development of students, employability enhancement and communication skills.
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Also, enrichment courses are offered as electives, summer / winter courses and value
added courses.
c. Courses offered in modular form
Modular courses, certificate courses, programmes/workshops are offered by various
departments in collaboration with many leading Industries to enrich the knowledge of the
students in emerging areas.
d. Credit transfer and accumulation facility
Credit accumulation facilities are offered to the students, as prescribed in the Regulations
of the programme. Credit accumulation can be exercised through, value added courses, direct
self-study electives, etc. However, credit transfer across the Institutions is also availed by the
students. In such cases, the curriculum monitoring committee of the department makes the
comparison of the curriculum and advices the student on the additional courses to be registered.
Then the committee approves the credit transfer. The students who discontinue (drop-out) can
opt to re-join the programme with the earlier credits earned, subject to the approval from the
Directorate of Technical Education and the Affiliating University.
e. Lateral and vertical mobility within and across programmes and courses
The curriculum allows lateral and vertical mobility within and across departments
through inters disciplinary electives and direct self-study electives.
1.2.2 Have any courses been developed specially targeting international students? If so,
how successful have they been? If no, explain the impediments.
No course has been specifically developed for international students, as the institution
does not opt for international students.
1.2.3 Does the College offer dual degree and twinning programmes? If yes, give details.
No. The College does not offer dual degree as per guidelines of Affiliated University.
1.2.4 Does the College offer self-financing programmes? If yes, list them and indicate if
policies regarding admission, fee structure, teacher qualification and salary are at par with
the aided programmes?
Yes. All the programmes offered by the institute are self financing programmes. The
following are the list of programmes offered in the institute.
Under Graduate Programmes – B.E / B.Tech - 4 years
1. B.E Mechanical Engineering
2. B.E Electrical and Electronics Engineering
3. B.E Electronics and Communication Engineering
4. B.E Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering
5. B.E Computer Science and Engineering
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6.
7.
8.
9.
B.E Biomedical Engineering
B.E Aeronautical Engineering
B.E Civil Engineering
B.Tech Information Technology
Post Graduate Programmes in Engineering and Technology – M.E / M.Tech – 2 years
1. M.E. Power Electronics and Drives
2. M.E. Embedded Systems Technologies
3. M.E. VLSI Design
4. M.E. Thermal Engineering
5. M.E. Manufacturing Engineering
6. M.E. Computer Science and Engineering
7. M.E. Software Engineering
8. M.E. Controls and Instrumentation Engineering
9. M.Tech. Nanoscience and Technology
Post Graduate Programme in Management Studies – MBA – 2 years
1. Master of Business Administration
The admission of students to the above programmes is through TamilNadu Engineering
Admission - Single window counseling. The admission process is based on the marks in the
qualifying examinations, state level ranking and allotment to various institutions, as per the
option exercised by the candidates. The fee structure is as prescribed by Government of
TamilNadu.
The qualification of teachers for all the programmes is as prescribed by All India Council
for Technical Education. The institution has 325 faculty members, with 67 of them holding
Ph.D, 95 pursuing Ph.D and others with Masters/ M.Phil qualifications.
The Salary structure is as per the VI pay commission recommendations, with additional
skill allowance for those holding Ph.Ds, irrespective of the cadre.
1.2.5 Has the College adopted the Choice Based Credit System (CBCS)? If yes, how many
programmes are covered under the system?
The Institution currently follows Semester Based Credit Systems and it is proposed to
adopt the Choice Based Credit System from the academic year 2016-2017.
1.2.6 What percentage of programmes offered by the College follows:
Annual System
Semester System
Trimester System
All programmes offered both at UG and PG level follow Semester system
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1.2.7. What is the policy of the College to promote inter-disciplinary programmes? Name
the programmes and what is the outcome?
The college promotes interdisciplinary programmes based on the regional, national needs
and employment potential.
S.No
Name of the Program
Eligibility
1.
M.Tech. Nanoscience and Technology All UG Programmes in Engineering &
Technology and
M.Sc in Physics, Chemistry, Material
Science, Bio-Technology and Computer
Science
2.
M.E. Control and Instrumentation
EEE/ECE/E&I/I&C
Engineering
3.
M.E. VLSI Design
EEE/ECE/E&I
4.
M.E. Embedded Systems Technologies EEE/ECE/CSE/IT
5.
M.E. Power Electronics and Drives
EEE/ECE/E&I/I&C
The college is offering M.Tech in Nanoscience and Technology which is interdisciplinary
programme. Research is under taken by researchers and PG students from various disciplines.
Testing is also done by the graduating students and researchers of various disciplines. The
students of UG and PG of other programmes are utilizing the facilities available in the
Nanoscience and Technology laboratories for doing their projects successfully.
1.3 Curriculum Enrichment
1.3.1 How often is the curriculum of the College reviewed for making it socially relevant
and/or job oriented / knowledge intensive and meeting the emerging needs of students and
other stakeholders?
The curriculum of every program is reviewed annually through Board of Studies
meetings. Depending upon the feedback from the stakeholders, job oriented and socially
relevant elective courses are added in every programme.
Addition of certain new electives also makes the programme knowledge intensive. Few
additional experiments are incorporated as part of laboratory courses, taking care of emerging
needs of all the stakeholders. For example incorporating courses on Big Data, Internet of Things
help students to address emerging needs and more towards Digital India as per national mission.
A major revision in curricula and syllabi are taken up once in 4 years for UG program
and once in two years for the PG program. This is to ensure that the revision takes place, after
one batch of students go through that curricula and being assessed.
1.3.2 How many new programmes have been introduced at UG and PG level during the last
four years? Mention details.
The institution strongly believes in introducing new programmes based on the needs of
the society in alignment with the Vision and Mission of the Institution. In this context, the
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college has introduced following post-graduate courses in the past five years and also has
increased the student intake in the selected undergraduate courses for which there is demand.
The institute has introduced 7 new programmes in the emerging trends and increased the
in-take for 5 programmes as listed below:
Sanctioned
S.No
Programme
Academic Year
Remarks
intake
1.
M.E Thermal Engineering
2014-2015
18
New Programme
B.E Computer Science and
Increased Intake
2.
2014-2015
180
Engineering
(120 to 180)
M.E Embedded Systems
3.
2013-2014
18
New Programme
Technologies
M.E Control and
4.
2013-2014
18
New Programme
Instrumentation Engineering
M.Tech Nanoscience and
5.
2012-2013
18
New Programme
Technology
6.
B.E Civil Engineering
2012-2013
60
New Programme
M.E Computer Science
Increased Intake
7.
2012-2013
24
Engineering
(18 to 24)
Increased Intake
8.
B.E Mechanical Engineering 2012-2013
180
(120 to 180)
B.E Electronics and
Increased Intake
9.
2011-2012
180
Communication Engineering
(120 to 180)
B.Tech Information
Increased Intake
10.
2011-2012
180
Technology
(120 to 180)
M.E Computer Science and
11.
2010-2011
18
New Programme
Engineering
12.
M.E VLSI Design
2010-2011
18
New Programme
1.3.3 What are the strategies adopted for revision of the existing programmes? What
percentage of courses underwent a major syllabus revision?
For revision of the existing curricula, feedback is taken from all the stake holders,
including the exit feedback from the students.
Incorporation of Technological priorities at International, National and regional level is
done after a complete review of curriculum. Experts from industry, R & D Establishments and
academic institutions are involved in the development of curriculum as members of Board of
Studies. All the stake holders such as students, faculty members, management, industry experts
and alumni are involved directly or indirectly in the Board of Studies. The members of the BOS
consist of chairperson, internal and external subject experts, university nominee, industry
experts, and alumni representatives. The feedback from faculty members of all courses, feedback
from course exit survey and inputs by subject experts are considered for any revision in the
syllabus.
The Department Advisory Committee (DAC) reviews the draft syllabus and offers
suggestions. The syllabus is then presented to the Board of Studies (BoS) for a detailed review.
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The syllabus is brought to the Academic Council for final review and approval. The members
meet regularly and make changes in the curriculum depending upon the needs of the Industry.
The inputs from Alumni and employers are taken into consideration while revising the existing
curriculum. Normally a maximum of 20% courses undergo major changes. In recent revision in
most of the programmes 10% of the courses underwent major revision and rest with minor
revision.
Major syllabus revision is done once in two years for PG programme and four years for
UG programme after a batch completes the programme. However BoS of the individual
Departments meet once a year to review the Syllabi. Revisions are proposed on the basis of
feedback from the previous semesters, demand and success analysis, industry needs and
academic advancements in the subject. The revised curriculum is presented to Academic Council
for approval.
The strategies adopted for revision of the existing programme are as follows:
 Analysis of feedback from students and subject experts
 Reference to syllabi of nationally reputed academic Institutions such as IITs.
 Reference to guidelines on model Curriculum by AICTE
 Benchmarking with reference to other premier institutions – adaption to our institution
 Interaction with reputed institutions, IITs, etc
 Outcome Based Education as per requirement of National Board of Accreditation and
ABET
 Program Specific criteria stated by the respective professional societies
 Formal and informal suggestions by experts from industries and Academic council
members.
 Review of global scenario through interaction with International experts
 Adopting the guidelines of UGC, AICTE and Anna University, Chennai.
 Including new courses which are useful to the students and recommending the deletion of
courses which are obsolete in current technical perspective.
 Incorporating the suggestions of Department Advisory Committee (DAC) and
Programme Assessment Committee (PAC)
 Incorporating the suggestions of BOS and Academic Council
 Identifying latest trends in research and technology
100% courses underwent a revision for properly defining the course objectives, course outcome
and their mappings to program outcomes in view of national thrust on Outcome Based Education
philosophy. Evaluation of attainment level is made mandatory for each course.
1.3.4 What are the value-added courses offered by the College and how does the College
ensure that all students have access to them?
 Courses not in the curriculum but relevant to the program are offered as value added,
short term courses by all the departments. The lists of Value Added Courses are
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displayed and the students exercise their option. Such courses are approved by an
exclusive committee to finalize the list of organizations/industries to offer these courses.
135 value added courses have been conducted in the last three years. Since the students
choose the courses of their interest, all the students will be attending the Value Added
Courses, and it is mandatory for the students to become eligible for the award of the
degree. List of Value Added Courses is furnished in Annexure 1.2.
Emphasis to conduct value added courses, are given in the Regulations of the Curriculum
itself, which is circulated among the students during the beginning of the programme.
Syllabus, conduct of the courses and venue are announced, well in advance, to the
students through Mentors and notice boards.
Communication skills, Soft – Skills are also offered by the college and due credits are
given for these Courses. All the students of the institute undergo these courses.
1.3.5 Has the College introduced any higher order skill development programmes in
consonance with the national requirements as outlined by the National Skills Development
Corporation and other agencies?
In accordance with the guidelines given by National Skill Development Organization,
enhancement of employability skills has been a part of the education imparted in the college
along with academic curriculum. The following courses are offered by the college that impart
higher order skills to a student and are offered in a modular form. Some of the courses are
 Multimedia and web design
 Virtual Instrumentation
 Spreadsheet for MBA students
 Welding
 Plumbing
 Cisco certified networking
 Training during third year
1.4 Feedback System
1.4.1 Does the College have a formal mechanism to obtain feedback from students
regarding the curriculum and how is it made use of?
Yes. The college has a formal mechanism to obtain feedback from the students regularly
regarding the curriculum and the method of delivery by the faculty concerned. The measures
and processes used to improve courses and curriculum through feedback are shown in the
flowchart below.
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FEEDBACK
Programme Specific
Criteria
Alumni
Industry
Students
Course
Outcomes
(COs)
Programme
Assessment
Committee
Course
Contents
Course
Assessment
Method
Curriculum Framing
/ Redefining
Approved
Curriculum
Department
Advisory
Committee
Board of Studies
Standing
Committee
Academic Council
At the end of every semester the feedback is obtained from the students on the
curriculum.
The feedback is also obtained from the student representatives who are the members of
the Academic Council.
The class committee meeting is conducted once in a month. It consists of 7 students
representing the class and the faculty member handling various courses. This provides feedback
on the curriculum and courses. Such feedback collected are consolidated by the Academic Coordinator and given appropriate consideration during the revision of curricula and syllabi.
A separate Graduate exit feedback is collected from the graduating students for their
satisfaction on the attainment of programme outcomes, the contents of curriculum and the
general infrastructure of the department. Their genuine suggestions are taken into consideration
while revising the contents of the curriculum.
Feedback from alumni and employers are also collected to compute the attainment of
Program Educational Objectives. The informal discussions with them are also are taken into
consideration to revise the curriculum, lab facilities, central facilities etc. A thrust is given to
identify the areas where graduates failed to perform as per expectations of the employers.
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1.4.2 Does the College elicit feedback on the curriculum from national and international
faculty? If yes, specify a few methods adopted to do the same - (conducting webinar,
workshop, online forum discussion etc.). Give details of the impact on such feedback.
Yes. The college elicits feedback on the curriculum from national and international
faculty.
The faculty members from reputed, premier national level institutions are part of Board
of Studies of every programme, either representing the affiliated University as University
nominee or drawn from institutions like IIT, IIIT, IISc, etc. These feedback help for the effective
designing of the contents. In addition to this, an informal feedback is also taken from the other
institutions through the faculty members handling the various courses.
The feedback from international faculty are obtained through e-mails and other discussions by
going through the curricula and syllabi of their institutions.
Feedback from AICTE and University nominees
Feedback has also been obtained from eminent members of various committees of
AICTE, NBA, Anna University and ISO audit team. The interactions held with eminent
personalities from industry and academia has also helped the faculty members to upgrade the
curricula to meet global challenges.
Feedback from eminent persons
The senior faculty members from Anna University, NITs, IITs and eminent people from
industries form part of the Board of Studies, Academic Council and Governing Council. The
feedback, recommendations, and ideas are obtained from these eminent personalities and given
due importance for incorporation into the revised curriculum and syllabi. In the BOS, Academic
Council and Alumni association many are members from the reputed institutions like IIT, NIT,
etc. Suggestions are obtained from these members while preparing the Curriculum and syllabi.
Many senior persons from Infosys, IBM, Wipro, Microsoft etc., are visiting our campus for
various functions like Orientation programs and other activities like Guest Lectures, and
Placement activities.
At the end of these placement activities a discussion between the HoD and the technical
team of the companies is organized to take the feedback on the course content, improvements in
delivery mechanisms and suggestions for including new topics in various courses. We are
interacting with senior Industrial persons to take suggestions regarding curriculum, syllabus and
Projects.
1.4.3 Specify the mechanism through which alumni, employers, industry experts and
community give feedback on curriculum enrichment and the extent to which it is made use
of.
A systematic process is in place to collect the feedback from alumni, employer, industry
expert and the community.
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Alumni:
The senior Alumni members are the members of BoS of the various programmes. They
contribute by bringing in industry focus and also provide their feedback for the enrichment of the
curriculum. Apart from this, the feedback from the other Alumni is also collected twice/thrice in
the year during the Alumni meets conducted.
Employer:
The feedback is collected from the employer on the industry institute gap, so that this
could be addressed at the appropriate time of the curriculum revision.
Industry:
Representatives of various industries give extremely useful feedback regarding the
employability of the students and also their expectation from the students. Hence, any additional
requirements that the industries may appreciate is provided by the college.
The industries from where such experts are drawn include
 Ashok Leyland, Chennai
 Robert Bosch Engineering and Business Solutions Limited
 M/s Tata Consultancy Services, Bangalore
 HCL Technologies, Chennai
 Cognizant Technologies Solution, Coimbatore
 EMC Corporation, Bangalore
 Philips Research Asia Bangalore
 Max Hyper Market, Chennai
 Sanmar Engineering & Technologies Ltd., Trichy
 Intel Mobile Communications, Bangalore
 Sap Lab, Bangalore
 Larsen & Toubro Pvt. Ltd, Coimbatore
 Pricol Technologies, Coimbatore
Community:
The feedback from the community help in curriculum enrichment by incorporating a few
courses of relevance, community oriented- societal relevant projects, to follow the practice of
ethics, engineering projects useful for the community as recommended by the international
professional societies like IEEE, ISME, ACM, etc.
The community represented by the parents and their feedback are also obtained during
the parent-teacher meet conducted and their suggestions are also incorporated in the curriculum
enrichment and revision.
1.4.4 What are the quality sustenance and quality enhancement measures undertaken by
the institution in ensuring effective development of the curricula?
Every department focuses on sustenance of Quality towards effective development of the
curricula. The Internal Quality Assurance Cell consisting of members of both academia and
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industry ensures, effective curricula development. The industry members contribute by
projecting the industry requirements and expectations. The academia ensures that these
requirements are adopted in an appropriate manner.
The sustenance of the quality is ensured through the various audits. Systems and
procedures of the college are audited by Quality Management System – ISO 9000, while
Academic activities are monitored by Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) and Academic
Audit Committee for the functioning of autonomy. Reports and comments given by these audits
are considered for ensuring the quality sustenance and enhancement. The responsibility of
assuring the quality of education lies with IQAC, however the responsibility of sustaining and
enhancing the quality of education lies with every stakeholder of the system in the institution.
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CRITERION II: TEACHING, LEARNING AND EVALUATION
2.1
Student Enrolment and Profile
2.1.1 How does the College ensure publicity and transparency in the admission process?
The publicity and transparency in the process of admission are well ensured.
Publicity:
The fact that the college is one of the most reputed institutions in the Coimbatore region
itself serves as an advertisement. The college has carved a niche in the engineering education by
delivering graduates who make a difference in the industry and the society. Since its inception
before two decades, the institution has been continuously striving to make an indelible mark in
the higher education scenario by creating technocrats sound in academics and value system. The
alumni of the institution serve as ambassadors of the institution.
Publicity is also ensured through the following means:
 College Website www.srec.ac.in
 Advertisements in leading Newspapers
 National level ranking in magazines
o The Week
o The Outlook
o Business and Management Chronicle
o Higher Education Review
 College prospectus distributed in Educational Expos
 Senior faculty addressing students and parents in Educational Expos
 The college magazine and biannual newsletter is mailed to schools, corporate and
professional bodies
The college actively participates in educational expos and fairs which enable the
institution to showcase various courses offered and directly reach the target audience and have a
one-to-one interaction with them. During the interaction, materials like the brochures of trust,
institution and prospectus are distributed to parents and candidates who visit the expo.
The college annual magazine – “PINNACLE” and the bi annaual news letter – “SREC
Times”, herald the extra and co-curricular talents of students and faculty members, research and
consultancy activities, industry institute interactions, activities of professional society chapters,
technical associations, clubs and the alumni association. The magazines and the news letters are
mailed to all the institutions of higher education.
Transparency
The admission procedure is transparent. Out of the total annual intake, 65% seats are
filled through the single window counseling system. Anna University has designed, developed,
and adopted Tamil Nadu Engineering Admissions Single Window Counseling process to ensure
transparency so that engineering aspirants get admission into Engineering Colleges of Tamil
Nadu based on displayed rank list. The rank list of the candidates is based on the qualifying
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examination i.e., Higher Secondary Examination of the candidate. The 35% of the seats are filled
through the Association of Management of Anna University Affiliated Colleges.
2.1.2 Explain in detail the process of admission put in place for UG, PG and Ph.D.
programmes by the College. Explain the criteria for admission (Ex. (i) merit, (ii) merit with
entrance test, (iii) merit, entrance test and interview, (iv) common test conducted by state
agencies and national agencies (v) others followed by the College?
S.No
1
2
Programme
Regular
UG
2
3
4
PG
Lateral
Entries
M.E/M.Tech
MBA
Ph.D
Criteria for Admission
Merit, Marks obtained in H.Sc Qualifying
Examination
Merit, Marks Obtained in
Diploma
Examinations
Common Test conducted by state agencies and
national agencies (TANCET)
Common Test conducted by state agencies and
national agencies (TANCET)
Merit, entrance test and interview
a) UG Programmes
Admission Process
Out of the sanctioned annual intake for admission 65% of seats are filled through Tamil
Nadu Engineering Admission Single Window Counseling. For this process the candidates
submit the applications to TNEA and the rank list and the counseling schedule based on the rank
list are published. The candidates through an open transparent system of counseling opt for the
Institute and the branch of study of their choice. 35% of the seats of the annual intake are filled
as the Management Quota seats through the Association of Management of Anna University
Colleges. The complete list of the selected candidates is approved by the Directorate of
Technical Education (DoTE).
Eligibility Criteria
The eligibility criteria for the admission are:

HSC (Academic) and HSC (Vocational)
A pass in the HSC (Academic) or its equivalent with a minimum average percentage in
Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry put together as given below:
S.No.
Community
Percentage of aggregate marks
1
General Category
50%
Backward Class including Backward Class
2
45%
Muslim
3
MBC & DNC
40%
4
SC / SCA / ST
40%
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b) PG Programmes
Admission Process
Admission to the PG Programmes is through the TANCET examination. TANCET
abbreviated as Tamilnadu Common Entrance Test is conducted by TNSF i.e., Consortium of Self
Financing Professional, Arts and Science Colleges in the state of Tamilnadu. Admission to the
Management seats is again based on entrance test conducted by the Association of Management
of Anna University Affiliated Colleges
Eligibility Criteria
 M.E. / M.Tech Degree Programme
A pass in a recognized Bachelor‟s degree or equivalent in the relevant field and
obtained at least 50% (45% in case of candidates belonging to reserved category) at the
qualifying examination B.E. / B.Tech. / B.Arch. degree programme.

M.B.A. Degree Programme
A pass in a recognized Bachelor‟s degree of minimum 3 years duration and obtained
at least 50% (45% in case of candidates belonging to reserved category) at the qualifying
examination in
i. 10+2+3 years pattern (or)
ii. 10+3 years Diploma + 3 years pattern (or)
iii. B.E./B.Tech./B.Arch./B.Pharm. (or)
iv. 10+2+AMIE or 10+3 Years Diploma + AMIE
Candidates with section „A‟ & „B‟ certificates and other similar certificates of
professional bodies or societies (e.g. A.M.I.E) recognized by the Ministry of Human
Resource Development, Govt. of India is considered to be equivalent to B.E. / B.Tech.
Degree holders only, with 2 years regular full time Teaching experience / Industrial
experience in the relevant field after passing all the subjects.
c) Ph. D
Admission Process:
 The University calls for application for admission to Ph.D programmes twice in a year.
 Candidates desirous of registering for Ph.D Programmed shall apply for the Programme.
Applications of eligible candidates are processed by Committees constituted by the
Director (Research) for the purpose of selection. The composition of such Committees
is decided by the Director (Research) with the approval of Vice-Chancellor, taking into
account the number of applications.
 The Centre for Research screens the applications as per the eligibility norms and the
Centre for Entrance Examinations conducts a test for eligible candidates.
 Based on the performance in the test and the cut-off marks recommended by the Research
Board, the successful candidates are shortlisted.
 The Research Board constituted by the Vice-Chancellor approves and shortlists
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candidates for admission to the doctoral programme in the appropriate specialization,
after giving due consideration to the interdisciplinary fields of research.
 The selected candidates shall be provisionally registered for the Ph.D Programme with
the approval of the Vice Chancellor.
 Candidates who secure admission for Ph.D should have also identified a supervisor and
get permission from the college in which the supervisor is employed.
S.No
Programme
Qualification for Admission
1
Ph.D Degree in Engineering/ M.E./ M.Tech. / M.S. (By Research) in the
Technology
relevant branch of Engineering or Technology
2
Ph.D Degree in Science and M.Sc. / M.S. (By Research) in in the relevant
Humanities
branch of Science and Humanities / M.C.A /
M.A.(English/ Communication/ Mass
Communication/ Journalism/ Media Arts)
3
Ph.D Degree in Management MBA/ Post Graduate Diploma in Business
Science
Management or Administration awarded by
Indian Institute of Management (IIM)/ M.S. (By
Research) in Management Sciences
2.1.3 Does the College have a mechanism to review its admission process and student
profiles annually? If yes, what is the outcome of such an analysis and how has it
contributed to the improvement of the process?
The admission is based on Tamil Nadu Engineering Admissions (TNEA) counseling and
the institutions have no role in the admission process. The analysis of the students is done
annually with respect to category wise cut-off marks, geographic location, gender, etc.
The institution analyzes the student profiles immediately after their admission into the
college to gain insight into
 Opening and closing cut off marks - community wise
 Geographical distribution of candidates
 Gender classification
 District wise data analysis
 School of study, Board and Medium of study.
The outcome of the analysis is helpful for the following:
 For the decision about publicity for admissions
 To identify the students coming from the medium of instruction other than
English
 To work on improving the communication skill of students identified as above
 To identify the students who have studied vocational group and to improve their
knowledge in Mathematics and Physics
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2.1.4 What are the strategies adopted to increase / improve access to students belonging
to the following categories
∗ SC/ST
∗ OBC
∗ Women
∗ Different categories of persons with disabilities
∗ Economically weaker sections
∗ Outstanding achievers in sports and extracurricular activities
SC/ST/OBC:
The state agency TNEA has its communal reservation policies for students from SC/ST
and OBC. The institution abides by the reservation policies of the government. A conducive
environment is provided for the SC/ST students ensuring good learning. The institution aids the
student in obtaining all the government scholarships.
Women:
The single window system does not have a provision for special reservation of women
candidates. At the college level, it has been analyzed that the admission of women candidates to
the college has constantly been around 40% of the total strength during the last four academic
years. To encourage the admission of women candidates, the college provides separate hostel
facilities for girl students.
Different categories of persons with disabilities:
The single window counseling system supports reservation for differently abled students.
Support mechanisms for the differently abled students include:
 Ramp Facilities
 Availability of wheel chair
 Special facilities in the rest room
 Braille material
Economically weaker sections:
Candidates from economically weaker sections are supported through government and
alumni scholarships. The college ensures that the scholarships reach the students on time. The
First Graduate scholarship scheme introduced by the Government of Tamilnadu encourages the
first graduate from a family to pursue professional education.
The Alumni Association of the Institution provides scholarship and financial assistance to
the meritorious students belonging to economically weaker sections. Every year Rs. 2,00,000/(Two Lakhs) worth scholarship are disbursed.
Outstanding achievers in sports and extracurricular activities:
The single window counseling system has reservations for outstanding achievers in
sports. The college encourages outstanding achievers in sports through a separate sports quota in
which concession in tuition fees upto 25% is provided depending upon their level of
achievement.
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Extra-curricular activities
 The Management sponsors 50% of the Registration fee for students whose papers have
been selected in International Conferences for presentation in India or abroad.
 Abroad travel grants for paper presentations are supported by the Management and the
Alumni Association
Outstanding achievers in sports along with extra-curricular activities are only qualified for the
Best Outgoing Student Awards – One boy and one girl student will be awarded during the
Annual Day.
2.1.5 Furnish the number of students admitted in the College in the last four
academic years.
Year 1
Year 2
Year 3
Year 4
2014-15
2013-14
2012-13
2011-12
Categories
Male
Female Male Female Male
Female Male
Female
SC
97
58
85
57
104
64
71
61
ST
2
0
2
4
2
3
3
1
OBC
605
431
621
406
731
470
545
380
General
96
65
72
56
97
79
94
62
Total
800
554
780
523
934
616
713
504
2.1.6 Has the College conducted any analysis of demand ratio for the various
programmes offered by the College? If so, indicate significant trends explaining the reasons
for increase / decrease.
The number of applications and the demand ratio for the programmes offered is not
known since the admissions are made through the Directorate of Technical Education. However
based on the opening cut off marks for a particular programme, the indication is obtained to
either increase/decrease the intake for the programme.
Programmes
Number of
applications
UG
1. B.E. Mechanical
Engineering
2. B.E. Electrical and
Electronics Engineering
3. B.E. Electronics and
Communication
Not known since
Engineering
admissions are made
4. B.E. Computer Science
through DoTE
and Engineering
5. B.Tech Information
Technology
6. B.E. Electronics and
Instrumentation
7. B.E. Biomedical
Engineering
Number of
students admitted
Demand
Ratio
180
116
174
173
Not known since
admissions are made
through DoTE
114
58
59
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8. B.E. Aeronautical
Engineering
9. B.E. Civil Engineering
PG
1.M.E. Software
Engineering
2.M.E. Power Electronics
and Drives
3.M.E. Manufacturing
Engineering
4. M.E. VLSI Design
5. M.E. CSE
Not known since
6. M.E. Embedded System admissions are made
through DoTE
Technologies
7. M.E. Control and
Instrumentation
Engineering
8. M.E. Thermal
Engineering
9. M.Tech Nanoscience and
Technology
10.MBA
51
60
15
18
18
18
24
17
Not known since
admissions are made
through DoTE
13
18
6
55
The table above shows that the various programmes have been opted in full as per the
sanctioned intake.
2.1.7 Was there an instance of the College discontinuing a programme during last four
years? If yes, indicate the reasons.
The college has discontinued the MCA programme since 2012. This decision was taken
due to the declining trend of the demand for the programme.
2.2
Catering to Student Diversity
2.2.1 Does the College organize orientation / induction programme for freshers? If yes,
give details of the duration of programme, issues covered, experts involved and mechanism
for using the feedback in subsequent years.
Yes. The college organizes Orientation Programme for its freshers as a 3 day session
which includes:
 Addressing fresher along with Parents
 Presentation of overall regulation, department profile, extra-curricular activities,
co-curricular activities, etc.
 Interaction with Senior Students
 The Orientation Programme begins with a formal Inauguration, in which either a Senior
Alumni from industry or a Senior Professor who is also a motivational speaker addresses
the students and the parents.
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 The Principal addresses the gathering and creates awareness on academic rules and
regulations, and highlights the various achievements of the college.
 The parents are encouraged to keep in touch with the mentors of their wards, to maintain
a close watch of their wards‟ performance and well being.
 During the session Heads of various Departments and other members of faculty who will
be interacting with the students will be introduced to the parents and students.
 An exclusive meet of the students with their respective department Heads is arranged.
This session serves as an ice breaking session.
 The Heads of the Departments give a presentation about the respective Departments to
the students and parents.
 Parents interact with the Heads of various Departments to know better about the
department and the institution.
 Students are taken for a campus visit to get acquainted with the campus and also to know
better about the infrastructure.
 A meet with the senior students is arranged to enable the freshers to get a firsthand feel of
the opportunities created by the college for placement enhancement, extra-curricular and
co-curricular activities.
Materials Distributed
The following materials are distributed to the students on the day of Orientation:
1. Academic Calendar
2. Regulation Books
3. Curriculum and Syllabi books
4. All materials relevant to I year of the Programme
Experts Involved
The experts involved in the Orientation process include the Heads of the Departments, Academic
Coordinators, Tutors, Placement Director and an Industrial Expert. Information about the
following is disseminated to the students:
1. Attendance Requirements
2. Teaching Learning Process
3. Internal Assessment Procedure
4. Facilities of the College
5. Placement Record
6. Industry Interactions
7. Student Centric Initiatives
Mechanism for feedback
During the orientation, questions raised by the students/ parents are clarified and taken for
consideration for improvement in the following year.
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2.2.2 Does the College have a mechanism through which the “differential requirements of
student population” are analyzed after admission and before the commencement of
classes? If so, how are the key issues identified and addressed?
Yes, the college has a mechanism through which the “differential requirements of the
student population” are analyzed. The following system is in place:
First Year Students
1) Data Sheet Preparation: A data sheet is prepared with the following information of the
students:
 Cut-off Marks
 Quota through which admission was made (Government Quota/ Government Quota
(First Graduate)/Management Quota)
 School Studied
 Board of School
 Medium of Instruction
 Community
 Place of Residence
2) Data Analysis: Based on the data collected during the beginning of the first year, statistics
about the number of students belonging to various categories as follows is collected accordingly
and remedial classes are conducted periodically to cope with lack of basics in the subjects.
 Medium of Instruction other than English at school level
 Vocational Stream in HSC
 Biology at plus two levels
3) Pre-Assessment Test: A pre-assessment test is conducted in Mathematics, Physics,
Chemistry and English. This will enable to identify the areas where students may require extra
assistance.
4) Student Groups: Students are grouped based on data collected and performance in tests and
the following inputs are given.
 Biology – Students who opted for Biology as 4th subject in HSC are having Bridge
Courses in Computer Science, as they may have difficulties in understanding
Programming.
 Vocational Stream – Students from Vocational Stream in HSC are given special
coaching in Physical Sciences.
 Rural Background - Students from rural background are mentored by senior
students, faculty and alumni to break the barriers and mingle with all students. They
are given special training in which the focus is on personality development and
improvement of communication skills.
Lateral Entries
From the observations made on students admitted to lateral entries during the past, the following
key issues have been identified and are addressed:
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Programming Skills –Bridge courses are conducted to enhance the Programming
skills of the students
Rural Background - Students hailing from a rural background are mentored to break
their language barriers and improve their interpersonal skills. To improve the
communication skills of students, the Language Laboratory is made open to all
students from the beginners to the advanced level of usage. The Software focuses on
all four skills of language (LSRW, L- learning, S-speaking, R-reading, W-writing).
Student who uses this software will emerge well trained in all these four skills of
language.
Mathematics/ English - Lateral entry students admitted in the third semester are
given special attention by arranging bridge course for subjects like Mathematics and
English.
2.2.3 Does the College provide bridge /Remedial /add - on courses? If yes, how are they
structured into the time table? Give details of the courses offered, department-wise/facultywise?
Yes, the college provides bridge, remedial and add-on courses to the students.
The following measures are taken.
Bridge Courses
Bridge courses are conducted for students immediately after they join the first year, to enable
smooth transition into college study from school level and polytechnic college. At the
commencement of the first year classes, the following statistics are consolidated:
1. Number of students in school with medium of instruction in Vernacular
2. Number of students from Vocational Stream of Study in qualifying Higher Secondary
Examinations
3. Number of students who had no exposure to computing
4. Number of students from Rural Background
Based on these statistics, the Bridge Courses are conducted as below:
 Communicative English
 Physical Sciences
 Fundamentals of Computing
 Mathematics course is conducted for everybody from Engineering point of view
Remedial Classes
Members of faculty handling different courses interact with students in clearing all their doubts
of the respective courses. The teachers after first internal assessment guide the students as far as
student-specific gray areas are concerned. The students who obtain marks below the class
average are identified as slow learners and special coaching classes are being conducted for the
students based on their performance in the test, after the college hours.
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.
Add-On Courses
a)
General Courses
The college organizes a parent‟s meeting exclusively for the third year students of all UG
branches, explaining the options available in higher education in India/abroad,
entrepreneurship options and placement. The students are given additional training in the
direction of their choice by :
i. Career Development and Placement Division (CDPD) trains students who opt for
Placement. The CDPD has faculty with varied experience from industries coordinating
with the departments and the corporate. They design, develop and implement various
training programmes from first year to final year. The best practices from various leading
colleges are studied and the program is designed based on the local requirements. The
CDPD also provides employability enhancement programmes right from the first
semester onwards with a focus on developing the technical and soft skills of the students.
Training methodology is based on pre-assessment and grouping of students.
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S.No
1
Year of Study
Training
1. First Comprehensive Assessment to test the analytical
ability and soft skills of the first year students.
2. English Language Enhancement
2
Second year
1. Aptitude
2. English Language Enhancement
3. Outbound Training
3
Third Year
1. Aptitude, Logical Reasoning
2. Outbound Training
3. Mock Tests
4
Final Year
1. Resume Preparation
2. Group Discussions, Mock Tests, Mock Interviews
ii. Bureau of Overseas Education (BoE)
BoE assists students aspiring for higher studies abroad. The BoE has been constantly
involved in organizing and conducting awareness sessions for GRE, TOEFL and IELTS
examinations for the benefit of the students. It also facilitates admissions in Universities
of USA, UK, Canada, Newzealand and Australia. In house GRE and TOEFL classes are
arranged for the benefit of the interested students.
iii. Higher Education in India
In-house training is conducted for students aiming to pursue higher studies in reputed
institutions within the country
iv.
Entrepreneurship Development Cell and the Industry Institute Partnership Cell
incubates and encourages students with innovative ideas
v. Foreign Languages - Students are provided with an option of learning Japanese and
German languages at the campus itself, as knowledge of a foreign language may improve
their chances of placement.
b)
First Year
Programme Specific Courses
Technical Value added courses: Students are equipped with minimum of two globally
recognized technical value added courses for improving their technical skills. The
curriculum is structured in such a way that each student shall mandatorily undergo two
Value Added Courses of their choice, to pursue their domain interest and have an edge
over others.
The department-wise list of Value Added Course is given in Annexure 1.2.
2.2.4 Has the College conducted a study on the incremental academic growth of different
categories of students; - student from disadvantaged sections of society, economically
disadvantaged, physically challenged and slow learners etc.? If yes, give details on how the
study has helped the College to improve the performance of these students.
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Yes. The college conducts a study on the incremental academic growth of different
categories of students, i.e., students from disadvantaged sections of society, economically
disadvantaged, physically challenged and slows learners.
 The economically disadvantaged students are motivated by the college to avail
various scholarships.
 For all these categories of students their interaction in regular classes and the
performance in the laboratories are observed.
 Their performance in the first internal assessment test is monitored and if it is less
than the class average these students are advised to register for remedial classes.
 The Academic Coordinator counsels these students motivating their participation in
remedial classes.
 The remedial classes are held in the evening between 4.30 PM and 6.00 PM.
 After these remedial sessions, if the performance improves in the subject internal
tests, the students are appreciated and motivated to keep up the performance.
2.2.5 How does the institution identify and respond to the learning needs of advanced
learners?
The institution offers scope for advanced learners. They are identified
 By their performance in the class room.
 Performance in the end semester examinations.
 Participation in department activities.
 Prizes won in Co-curricular and extracurricular activities
 For these advanced learners the following provisions are made to take up one
additional course from 5th to 7th semester of the programme giving them the academic
flexibility.
 Full time project work or internships in industries or R&D establishments, during 8th
semester of the programme
 To carry out mini projects and additional experiments in the laboratories.
 Peer Enablement Programmes as an initiative to motivate other students as well.
 The “Center for Innovation” functioning in the campus helps them to develop their
innovative ideas into prototype thus helping them for patent and commercialization of
the product.
2.2.6 How does the institution cater to the needs of differently-abled students and ensure
adherence to government policies in this regard?
The college caters to the needs of differently abled students by the following means and
ensures adherence to government policies.
 The University has reservation policies in admission process for differently abled
students
 Their mobility inside the college is ensured by providing ramps
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Convenient rest room facilities are provided both in the campus and in the hostels
Ramps have hand rails for convenience of movement
Wheel chairs are readily available in the campus
Differently abled students are permitted to use their tailored vehicles within the
campus
The college has health care center for immediate medical assistance within the campus
and provides further health care in a state-of-the-art hospital managed by the trust at a
concession rate.
Examinations are conducted in the ground floor for physically challenged students and
regular classrooms are also allocated, considering the need of the students.
Braille materials are available in the library.
2.3 Teaching-Learning Process
2.3.1 How does the College plan and organize the teaching, learning and evaluation
schedules? (Academic calendar, teaching plan and evaluation blue print, etc.)
Academic Calendar
The Academic Calendar is prepared well in advance for the entire year and distributed to
the students when classes commence for the academic year. The Academic Calendar consists of
the Vision and Mission of the institution, list of faculty members, rules and regulations of the
college, dates when classes commence for odd and even semesters, dates for commencement of
internal tests, holidays, last working day for different Programmes, commencement of end
semester practical and theory examinations, total number of working days and dates when valueadded programmes begin, etc. The academic calendar provides the entire academic schedule for
both the semesters in an academic year.
Teaching Plan
 Subject Allotment
 Subject allotment is planned at the department level at the end of the previous semester
itself.
 Subject allotment is based on the expertise and interest of the faculty members.
 Subjects are allocated after discussion with the Programme Assessment Committee and
the approval of the Head of the Department.
 Timetable
 The timetable is planned well in advance before the commencement of classes for each
semester.
 The timetable is planned for six days of the week, 7 periods of 55 minutes duration for
each period.
 There is a master time table coordinator for the institution who ensures that the workload
to every faculty member is as per the prescribed norms.
 The timetable is also prepared such that 3 credit courses have a minimum of 3 lecture
hours per week and 4 credit courses given a tutorial hour additionally.
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 Practical courses are planned such that one laboratory session (3 hours) is conducted
every week for every practical course.
The time table also incorporates Placement Training, Tutor Ward Meeting, library along
with details of class room allocation, Name of faculty designated for each course and tutorial
class, Tutors, Academic Coordinators and Class Committee Chairperson.
The master time table book for every semester is prepared and one copy is provided to
every department.
 Lesson Delivery Plan
For every course the faculty member prepares the Lesson Delivery Plan consisting of
o Course Objectives
o Course Outcomes
o Number of hours required to complete each topic and thereby the entire syllabus
o References
The format for the Lesson Delivery Plan is as shown below:
Lecture
Portions to be Covered
Text
Teaching
Activity Planned
Hours
Book/
Methodology
for Learners
Reference
planned
Book
The Lesson Delivery Plan would also include the Content Beyond Syllabus to be taught for that
course, activities planned, tutorials, assignments, mini projects, etc.
The Lesson Delivery Plan is part of the course file for every course.

Tutorials
 Four Credit courses are planned to include tutorials which are generally more
academically challenging and more rigorous.
 They are conducted for subjects of highly analytical nature, with the objective to increase
problem solving capabilities, analytical thinking and logical ability.
 They help the students to attempt / solve problems individually and independently.
 For the tutorial session, a class is divided into two groups and faculty members are
assigned to each group
 Mini Projects
The inclusion of Mini Projects in the curriculum develops application engineering and
nurtures good practices and innovative methods of learning, teaching and assessment. The
traditional lecture and laboratory activities have evolved into more open-ended, project-based
experiences that help students develop additional skills and contextualize the learning of
theories. Different types of projects are embedded throughout the curriculum.
 Practical Sessions
 Each of the lab sessions is handled by 2 teaching faculty members assisted by lab
technician.
 A manual related to the lab will be issued to the students at the beginning of the semester.
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 Students are expected to come prepared for pre lab viva-voce for that particular
experiment and tested with post lab viva questions after completing the experiment.
 The Laboratory records are evaluated after the experiment is completed.
 Innovative experiments are added for students in the laboratory experiments to ensure
better understanding of the subject.
 If the student is interested to carry out any innovative idea, even after the college hours
lab is open and a faculty will be available for discussion.
 Content beyond syllabus experiments ensure opportunities for better learning for
advanced learners.
 Evaluation Blueprint
Evaluation Blueprint is disseminated to the students well in advance.
 Regulation Book
The Regulation Book distributed to the students clearly contains the Evaluation Blueprint
for both internal assessment and end semester examinations.
 Tutor/Ward Meetings and Class Committee Meetings
The evaluation procedure and question paper patterns for internal assessment and end
semester examinations are discussed with the students during the weekly Tutor/Ward Meetings
and monthly Class Committee Meetings as well.
Evaluation Components
Theory Courses

Internal Assessment Tests

Individual Group Assignments

Tutorial Sessions

End Semester Examinations
Practical courses

Continuous
Assessment

Model Exam

End semester Exam
Projects

Project reviews

Project viva-voce

Continuous Assessment Tests
Three Internal Tests are conducted for each course and the average of all the three tests is
taken for computation of Internal Marks. Question papers are set as per Bloom‟s Taxonomy. The
test notebooks are distributed for verification by the student within three days of the last test.
Performance of the students is intimated to the parents. The performance of students is analyzed
and slow learners are identified and helped with remedial classes.
 Individual and Group Assignments
Assignments are valued for 10 marks each and the average is considered for computation
of internal marks. Assignment notebooks are distributed to the students for verification after
evaluation.
The Campus Management System computes the Internal Assessment for every student
based on his marks in tests, tutorials, assignments, attendance percentage, etc.
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2.3.2 Does the College provide course outlines and course schedules prior to the
commencement of the academic session? If yes, how is the effectiveness of the process
ensured?
Yes.
 The Course Outlines and Course schedules are given to the students prior to the
commencement of each semester.
 The course outlines contain the course objectives, number of lecture hours, activity
planned and the reference for each topic. It also lists out the text books and reference
books. The lesson delivery plan also includes content beyond syllabus to be covered,
number of hours required and references. The assignment questions for the course are
also given as part of the lesson plan.
 The course schedule is prepared in advance and displayed to the students on the
starting day of the semester. The course schedule is prepared based on the number of
credits for the subject. Three credit theory courses are allotted a minimum of 45 hours
per semester. Four credit theory courses include 15 hours of tutorial classes apart from
the 45 lecture hours. A minimum of 15 sessions are planned for each Laboratory
course.
 Any problems related to coverage of syllabus are discussed during the Tutor Ward
Meetings and Class Committee Meetings. The effectiveness of the process is ensured
by the Department Quality Assurance Cell (DQAC). The DQAC verifies the
portions covered for the internal tests.
2.3.3 What are the courses, which predominantly follow the lecture method? Apart from
classroom interactions, what are the other methods of learning experiences provided to
students?
Theory courses which are less analytical in nature predominantly follow the lecture
method. Apart from classroom interactions, a number of learning experiences are provided to the
students :
 Activity based learning where students do small models demonstrating a particular
principle.
 Group Assignments
 Group Presentations
 Stay-in Tutorials
 Industrial Field Visits / Internships
 Webinars
 NPTEL videos
 Alumni interaction
 Mini Projects
For holistic development of students, yoga classes are regularly conducted. The students
are also motivated to participate in other extracurricular activities.
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2.3.4 How „learning‟ is made more student-centric? Give a list of participatory learning
activities adopted by the faculty that contribute to holistic development and improved
student learning, besides facilitating life-long learning and knowledge management.
The Institution is practicing the Outcome Based Education which is student centric by
associating the students with the ownership of the knowledge.
 For analytical subjects tutorials are conducted to ensure individual attention to every
student and participation of every student in the group.
 Industrial field trips which is part of the curriculum ensures involvement and
participation of the students to learn practical side of an engineering problem.
 The encouragement for student seminars ensures learning, presentation, discussions and
enhancing the understanding
 Inplant training and Industry internship enhances hands on training, practical
exposure resulting in „practice engineering‟ rather than „studying engineering‟.
 Peer Learning is highly encouraged and practiced.
 Technical associations, professional societies and clubs functioning with the students
as the executive committee members and the faculty taking up the role of a facilitator
helps for
 Developing organizational abilities
 Leadership qualities
 Time management
 Financial management
 Working in a team
 Inter personal communication
 Center for Innovation to discuss innovative ideas and to convert the ideas into
prototypes ensuring hands on training, multidisciplinary approach etc.,
 Activity based learning provides eencouragement to the students to fabricate small
models demonstrating certain principles and concepts enhancing the idea of „practice
engineering‟
 Regular Yoga classes help to maintain emotional stability, increase concentration
resulting in holistic development
 Out Bound Training for every student to develop self-confidence, team spirit,
leadership qualities, facilitating lifelong learning
2.3.5 What is the College policy on inviting experts / people of eminence to provide lectures
/ seminars for students?
The college encourages inviting experts and professionals of eminence to deliver guest
lectures to the students. The following forums act as a platform to organize such events:
 Technical Associations
 Professional Society Chapters
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 Career Development and Placement Division
 Alumni Association
 Industry Institute Interaction Cell
Technical Associations in every Department
Every department has a technical association in which guest lectures, workshops,
seminars and symposia are organized. In the institution there are totally 12 associations.
Professional Society Chapters
Every department is associated with at least one Professional Society to organize
Programmes and network. The Professional Society chapters functioning in the institution
include – ISTE, IE(I), IETE, IEEE, ISOI, BMESI, CSI, AESI and SAE.
Career Development and Placement Division
The Career Development and Placement Division of the college makes use of every
opportunity to invite industry people and create awareness of industry expectations and working
culture among the students. They conduct industry connect programmes every Saturday, with a
projected annual budget.
Alumni Association
The alumni association has good interaction with the Alumni through its various
chapters. Every department invites at least 2 alumni per semester for technical talk. A vast
alumni database, along with details of distinguished alumni is maintained, to make use of their
services as resource people or placement training, when required.
Their services are used as follows:
Senior Alumni: Guest Lectures
Junior Alumni: Mock Interviews and Group Discussions
Industry Institute Interaction Cell
The institution has also entered into Memorandum of Understanding with a number of
reputed industries to provide eminent resource people to share their expertise with the students
and faculty. All these activities are completely sponsored by the Management.
2.3.6 What are the latest technologies and facilities used by the faculty for effective
teaching? Ex: Virtual laboratories, e-learning, open educational resources, mobile
education, etc.
The faculty members supplement the latest technologies with regular teaching for
learning to be more effective.
Virtual Laboratories
 The college has submitted the proposal to become one of the nodal centres of the MHRD
initiative for Virtual Laboratories. The Virtual Laboratories will be used to provide
remote-access to labs. Virtual Labs will cater to students at the undergraduate level, post
graduate level as well as research scholars.
E-learning
 Digital Library is utilized by the students to get acquainted with the recent trends in the
industry.
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
Video Contents - Students are given access to IEEE, Springer, etc. and access to Video
Contents of NPTEL
 Audio Visual Aids – Teachers effectively make use of audio visual aids to make learning
a satisfying experience for the students.
 Language Laboratory is made open to all students from the beginners to the advanced
level of usage. The Software focuses on all four skills of language (LSRW, L- learning,
S-speaking, R-reading, W-writing). Student who uses this software will emerge well
trained in all these four skills of language.
 Edusat Programme - The Centre for Faculty Development of Anna University, Chennai
conducts the ANNA EDUSAT live interactive audio-video lecture programmes. Live
audio-video two way interactive lectures are given by expert faculty drawn from Anna
University/IIT/affiliated colleges during semester session on working days.
Open Educational Resources
 NPTEL - Accessing NPTEL improves the quality of self-learning. NPTEL provides Elearning through online Web and Video courses in Engineering, Science and humanities
streams. The use of NPTEL resources enhances the quality of engineering education.
 MIT Open Courseware
 Spoken Tutorial is an Audio-Video based teaching tool which is used to teach open
source software in a self –learning, easy way.
 WEB CONTENT – The Centre for Faculty Development of Anna University conducts
the WEB CONTENT audio-video lecture programmes. A group of well experienced
experts from the University deliver lectures for various subjects. The content is used by
the faculty to improve the quality of teaching.
Mobile Learning
 The institution has provided Wi-Fi connectivity for 24 x 7 learning.
2.3.7 Is there a provision for the services of counselors / mentors/ advisors for each class or
group of students for academic, personal and psycho-socio guidance? If yes, give details of
the process and the number of students who have benefitted.
Type of mentoring: Professional guidance / Career Advancement / course work
specific / laboratory specific/ total development
Number of faculty Mentors
: 3 per Class of strength 60
Number of Students per Mentor
: 20 Students
Frequency of the Meeting
: One Hour per Week
a) Professional Guidance:
To effectively motivate and mentor the students both academically and
professionally, every department follows a three layer structure which includes:
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Head of the Department
Academic Co-ordinator
Tutors
The duties of Tutor and Academic Coordinator are mentioned as follows:
S.No
Types of Mentoring
Nature of Duty
1. Tutor is in-charge of 20 students in a class.
2. Daily attendance is monitored by the respective tutors and
duly informed to their parents.
3. The class tutor meets his/ her wards once in a week during
the tutor –ward meeting hour as per the schedule in the time –
table.
4. A student record is maintained and monitored by tutor for
each student where details like
 Personal information,
1
Tutor (Faculty Mentor)
 Academic performance,
 Details of internship, In plant and Industrial Trainings,
 Scholarship received,
 Co- Curricular, Extra – Curricular Activities Placement
details
 Any problems faced / disciplinary actions are recorded.
5. Student‟s academic performance is reported to their parents
in the form of progress report.
1. Monitors the performance of the students through tutors.
2. Guides and counsels their respective class students.
3. Academic Coordinator conducts 2 – 3 class committee
2
meetings per semester, consisting of student representatives and
Academic Co–ordinator
the concerned staff handling the course to discuss about the
Discipline and overall performance.
4. Counseling the students and interaction with the parents.
To keep the students mentally fit, various committees are formed with a view to
concentrate on the total development of students. Various committees and their responsibilities
are listed below:
S.No
1
Types of Mentoring
Psychological
Counselling
Nature of Duty
Psychological Counseling is provided by Trained Psychologist and
Counselor, to handle the emotional problems faced by the students
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2
3
Yoga and Meditation
Yoga and meditation Club organizes in-house training programmes
 Physical Exercise
 Kayakalpa Yoga
 Meditation
 Guest lectures
Women
Empowerment Cell
1. Women Empowerment Cell promotes gender equality and gender
amity.
2. A special help line was created to encourage girl students to
complain to the cell.
3. The Women Cell has been engaged in organizing various activities
such as lectures, seminars, panel discussions, elocution, role plays,
etc., to create awareness among women staff and girl students.
2.3.8 Are there any innovative teaching approaches/methods/ practices adopted/put to use
by the faculty during the last four years? If yes, did they improve the learning? What
methods were used to evaluate the impact of such practices? What are the efforts made by
the institution in giving the faculty due recognition for innovation in teaching?
The faculty members have adopted innovative teaching practices during the last four
years. Activity based teaching in which the students make models demonstrating the principles
and the concepts. This has been practiced in the department of Mechanical Engineering and has
resulted in better understanding.
 Based on the performance in the pre assessment tests for teaching communication skills,
the students were grouped into three namely fundamental, functional and fluent. The
level of training was according to the level of absorption in each group. This has resulted
in students in the fluent group getting the Business English certification from the British
English Council.
 For programming subjects, students with good programming skills were indentified and
given training on advanced programming. This has resulted in the placements of these
students in the product development companies.
 Innovative teaching approach is one of the parameters in the Performance Appraisal of
faculty members.
2.3.9 How does the College create a culture of instilling and nurturing creativity and
scientific temper among the learners?
The college creates a culture for instilling and nurturing creativity and scientific temper
among the students in numerous ways. Creativity is nurtured through the Centre for Innovation
functioning in the college. This Centre calls for creative ideas through various contests and
motivates prototype development.
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Creativity
Project/ Design Contests
Paper Presentations/
Publications
Funding Proposals
Centre for Innovation
Virtual Laboratories
College Magazine
Approaches
Scientific Temper
Content Beyond Syllabus
Case Studies
Projects
Internships
Seminars/ Workshops
Creativity is instilled through
(i)
Project/ Design Contests
To foster the creativity of students, they are motivated to participate in various
project contests conducted by IITs and corporate like IBM, Infosys, etc.
(ii)
Publications
Students are motivated to publish their work in peer reviewed journals and also to
present their work in National/ International Conferences conducted in reputed
institutions to maintain the originality of their work.
(iii)
Funding Proposals
Students are encouraged to submit their project proposals to various funding
agencies such as Tamil Nadu State Council for Science and Technical Education
(TNSCST), ICTACT and IEEE.
(iv)
Centre for Innovation
The Centre for Innovation of the college provides a platform for student
creativity. Students are motivated to register themselves with the Innovation
Center and also asked to present their innovative ideas as projects.
(v)
Virtual Laboratories
The college is proposed to become one of the nodal centres of the MHRD
initiative for Virtual Laboratories. The Virtual Laboratories will be used to
provide remote-access to labs.
(vi)
College Magazine
The college magazine „Pinnacle‟ that is published every academic year by the
college provides ample of space for the students to display their critical and lateral
thinking abilities and creative skills in the form of short stories, modern poems,
criticism of events, etc.
Scientific temper is created through
(i)
Content Beyond Syllabus
Based on fundamentals taught in theory and practical courses, students are
motivated to do experiments beyond syllabus in the laboratories.
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(ii)
(iii)
(iv)
(v)
Case Studies
The syllabus for many subjects is framed such that case studies are included to
motivate the creativity and application level skills of the student.
Projects
Each student has to do a Project as part of the curriculum where the student can
choose a domain of their interest and implement their innovation. The students are
motivated to do industry and research oriented projects.
Internships
Students are encouraged to take up industrial internships in leading industries to
challenge their scientific temper and creativity.
Seminars/ Workshops
The Departments and the institution engages in a continuous practice of arranging
seminars/ guest lectures/alumni and industry interactions to the students through
association activities and professional society activities to gain industrial exposure
and create scientific temper and awareness of research directions among the
students.
2.3.10 Does the College consider student projects a mandatory part of the learning
programme? If so, for how many programmes is it made mandatory?
 Number of projects executed within the College
 Names of external institutions associated with the College for student project work
 Role of the faculty in facilitating such projects
Yes. Projects are mandatory for all UG and PG students as part of the curriculum
itself. The projects for all programmes are divided into Phase I and Phase II. In Phase I, students
identify a problem to be solved and conduct a literature survey. In Phase II, a solution is
designed and implemented for the problem identified.
Number of projects executed within the College
Department
Mechanical Engineering
Computer Science and
Engineering
Electronics and Instrumentation
Engineering
Information Technology
Aeronautical Engineering
Electrical and Electronics
Engineering
Civil Engineering
Number of Projects Executed within the College
2014-2015
17
52
2013-2014
8
50
2012-2013
23
50
11
6
4
55
52
8
49
55
15
45
47
1
37
-
-
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Electronics and Communication
Engineering
Biomedical Engineering
M.E. Control and
Instrumentation Engineering
M.E. Manufacturing
Engineering
M.E. Software Engineering
M.E. VLSI Design
M.E. Power Electronics and
Drives
M.E. Thermal Engineering
M.E. Embedded System
Technologies
M.E. Computer Science and
Engineering
M.Tech Nanoscience and
Technology
69
46
42
21
PG
3
19
20
-
-
18
17
13
17
3
13
18
3
17
17
17
18
17
-
-
24
24
18
20
11
-
Names of the industries associated with students project is provided in Annexure 2.1
Role of the faculty in facilitating such projects
 Faculty members offer their expertise, ideas and assistance in enabling students to
complete their project works.
 Faculty members are also responsible for evaluating the projects of the students through
reviews and make suitable recommendations.
 The review committee helps the student to proceed in the proper direction and submit a
detailed dissertation in the stipulated time.
 In case of the projects being done in the industry, the faculty guide interacts with the
guide in the industry to follow up the progress of the project.
2.3.11 What efforts are made to facilitate the faculty in learning / handling computeraided teaching/ learning materials? What are the facilities available in the College for such
efforts?
All efforts are made to facilitate the faculty in learning /handling computer-aided teaching/
learning materials
 Awareness through mails: Whenever a new facility is created in the college to enhance
the teaching learning process or in terms of learning resources, the faculty and the
students are made aware of the facilities through their official mail-ids.
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


Meetings: Instruction to use the resources is mailed to the faculty members. If usage of
the facility demands an acquaintance session, a meeting of the faculty members is
convened and the procedure for using the facility is disseminated.
Demo Sessions: Whenever a new computing facility/system is planned to be adopted by
the college, the faculty members concerned are invited for a demo session of the product.
Faculty members may become aware of the ways to use the product. Faculty may also
suggest ways to customize the product to the existing processes followed in the college.
Hands-on Sessions: Hands-on sessions are conducted for faculty and non-teaching
members when necessary.
Facilities available in the College for such efforts
 Classrooms with audio-visual aids
 E-learning Centre
 Communication Laboratory
 Digital Library
 Faculty rooms with good number of desktops
 Video Conferencing facilities
 100 Mbps internet connectivity in the campus
 Print, Scan and Copy facilities in all the departments
 E-mail for all students and faculty in SREC domain
2.3.12 Does the College have a mechanism for evaluation of teachers by the students
/alumni? If yes, how is the evaluation used in achieving qualitative improvement in the
teaching-learning process?
Feedback from students has a legitimate and indeed indispensable contribution to make
monitoring and evaluation effective. The purpose of teaching is to promote and enhance learning
and as recipients of teaching, students are in a unique position to offer feedback on a staff from
the learners‟ view. The feedback is collected for all courses at the end of each semester. The
percentage of students participating in the feedback process on an average is 85%.
A simple feedback questionnaire has been designed, containing the course name and the
staff handling it. This form being administered on the students has 12 parameters which cover
the various aspects like
 Punctuality
 Regularity
 Personality
 Pace of Covering Syllabus
 Clarity in Expressions
 Encourage to raise doubts
 Ability to clarify doubts
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 Ability to maintain discipline
 Provision of feedback on learning deficiencies
 Ability to sustain students attention and Interest
 Providing sufficient course
 Material
 Citation, Examples, Illustrations etc
 Any other remarks
The feedback is collected course wise at the end of every semester and analyzed.
Corrective measures used to improve the quality of the teaching learning process and the
teacher include
 Counselling by the Head of the Department
 Deputing the faculty member for course related workshops, seminars, Faculty
Development Programmes, Summer/ Winter Schools
 Deputing to pedagogical workshops
2.3.13 Does the institution face any challenges in completing the curriculum within the
planned time frame and calendar? If yes elaborate on the challenges encountered and the
institutional approaches to overcome these.
No, the institution does not face any challenge in completing the curriculum within the
planned time frame.
2.3.14 How are library resources used to augment the teaching-learning process?
The library always strives to stay above par on the areas of acquisition, cataloguing,
circulation, serialization, indexing and shelving. Procuring national & international journals
done on a regular basis adds onto the academic value of the collection. It is affiliated with
professional bodies like ASME (USA), IET (UK), IEEE (USA), Institution of Engineers
(INDIA), IEL Online & Elseiver Science Direct and DELNET (New Delhi) a few of which
provide online access services as well. The library is open to staff and students from 8.30 am
to 7.30 pm on all business days and on Sundays for the purpose of information retrieval and
services. Library is also open even after the college hours for effective utilization by advanced
learners. Document delivery and Reprographic facilities are also offered by the Library.
Standard barcodes are used to identify resources and users.
The Central library, housing books (73,175 volumes), National and International
Journals (285), National and international magazines (29), NPTEL, E-books (14000), IEEE,
Elsevier, Springer, J-gate, EBSCO, etc. (648), adds impetus to the thrust for knowledge. For
effective use of library an hour per week is included in the regular time table. The UG students
can borrow 4 books and for PG students 8 books. A book bank is also available for the eligible
students. Institutional Membership is available with
 British Council Library, Chennai
 ASME (USA)
 IEEE
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 IET (UK)
 DELNET
 Institution of Engineers
 American Information Resource Centre, Chennai
Individual departments are also equipped with their own libraries and state of the art
laboratories.
Library resources are extensively used to augment the Teaching Learning Process.
2.3.15 How does the institution continuously monitor, evaluate and report on the quality of
teaching, teaching methods used, classroom environments and the effect on student
performance.
The institution has well established methods through which it monitors, evaluates and
reports on the quality of teaching, teaching methods used, classroom environments and the
effect on the performance of the students. The following methods are in practice:
i.
Tutor Ward Meetings serve as a forum for students to discuss any issues or
difficulties related to the teaching-learning process with their corresponding tutors,
on a one-to-one interaction. Tutors record the minutes of the discussion with the
students. This feedback is communicated to Academic Coordinators and Heads of
Departments for a solution.
ii.
Class Committee Meetings are convened by the Class Committee Chair Person,
who is not teaching any course for that class, during that semester. The teachers
who handle subjects for the class and student representatives attend the meeting to
discuss issues related to the teaching learning process. The agenda for the Class
Committee Meetings include:
 Syllabus coverage
 Availability of text books and other learning material
 Difficulties faced in learning the subject
 Feedback from the teacher on the caliber and cooperation of the students and
remedial measures to be taken in case of difficulties
 Feedback from the students on the quality of teaching and the teaching
methodologies used
 Performance of students in Internal Tests
 Punctuality in performing academic work
 Participation in extra-curricular activities
 Quality of Placement Training
 Convenience and Proper condition of teaching aids used in the class room
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The minutes of the Class Committee Meeting are recorded, duly signed by the
faculty and student members of the committee, and brought to the notice of the
Principal. Observations or actions taken on any issues are also recorded.
iii.
Department Quality Assurance Cell (DQAC)
The DQAC monitors the quality of teaching by
 Verifying the quality of the question papers prepared for internal
assessments
 Verifying the coverage of portions and the cognitive levels assessed through
the question paper
 Checking the course assessment after the end semester examinations to see if
the attainment level fixed by the department has been achieved for the
course
 Analyzes reasons if there are any discrepancies and recommends necessary
changes to the teaching methodology and improvements in the quality of
teaching
iv.
Course End Survey
Course End Survey is collected at the end of the semester for each course. The
students give feedback, evaluating themselves on the attainment of course
outcomes. The analysis of the course end survey is recorded as part of the course
file prepared by the faculty.
v.
Student Feedback
Students submit a feedback at the end of every semester through which he/she
evaluates the teaching methodology of every teacher who handled a subject during
the semester. The teacher is rated on a scale of 0-5 based on 12 different parameters.
The analysis of the student feedback is performed by taking the class average for a
teacher. The analysis is reported to the Head of the Department.
 Rating below 3 - The Head of the Department may seek explanation from
the faculty. Due counseling may be given to the staff member.
 Rating above 4 – The faculty member is appreciated by the Department.
The feedback rating is included as part of the performance appraisal.
vi.
Class Visits
The Head of the Department or other senior faculty members of the department,
visit any class randomly to be apprised of the quality of teaching practiced by the
faculty
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vii.
Result Analysis
 Internal Tests - The results of internal examinations are submitted to the test
coordinator, within 3 days of the last day of the test. The results are
consolidated to assess the performance of the students and the quality of
teaching. Remedial measures are taken for the slow learners.
 End Semester Examinations – The results of end semester examinations are
assessed to identify and help the slow learners. The results are compared with
the results of the previous years, to reinforce the quality of teaching.
viii.
Alumni Survey
Feedback is collected from the alumni students, to know how well they are faring in
their career. This serves as an indirect tool to evaluate
 the quality of the curriculum
 the quality of teaching
 the teaching methodologies used
 the facilities of the college
 attainment of Programme Outcomes of the Department and
 attainment of Programme Educational Objectives
The alumni feedback is considered as an important input to refine any of the listed
processes.
ix.
Employer Feedback
The employer feedback is obtained to know about the quality of the engineers
produced by the institution. Feedback is also obtained through interactions from
campus recruiters or any eminent people visiting the campus.
Teacher Quality
2.4.1 What is the faculty strength of the College? How many positions are filled against
the sanctioned strength? How many of them are from outside the state?
The total teaching faculty strength of the college is 325 of all the departments. All the
positions have been filled. 3 members are from outside the state.
2.4.2 How are the members of the faculty selected?
The members of the faculty are selected through the following process.
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Assess the needs
Sanctioned
Strength
Available
strength
Advertise in leading
newspapers
Resumes shortlisted by
the Head of the
Recruiting Department
Shortlisted Members
are called for interview
Interview conducted with
a panel consisting of
 External Expert
 Director
 Principal
 Head of the
Department
Confirmation order
issued to the selected
Candidates
2.4.3 Furnish details of the faculty
Highest
qualification
D.Sc./D.Litt.
Ph.D.
M.Phil.
PG
D.Sc./D.Litt.
UG
Professor
Male
Female
18
3
-
16
-
Associate
Assistant
Professor
Professor
Male Female
Male Female
Permanent Teachers
16
7
1
9
2
8
27
2
2
124
90
-
Lecturer
Total
Male
-
67
37
221
-
Temporary Teachers
Ph.D.
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M.Phil.
PG
Nil
Part-Time Teachers
Ph.D.
M.Phil.
PG
Nil
2.4.4 What percentage of the teachers have completed UGC-CSIR-NET, UGC-NET, and
SLET exams? In that what percentage of teachers are with PG as highest qualification?
UGC-CSIR-NET
UGC-NET
UGC-SLET
04
Department
MBA
PG as Highest
Qualification
03
2.4.5 Does the College encourage diversity in its faculty recruitment? Provide the
following departments-wise details.
% of faculty
who are
product of the
same College
Department
B.E. Mechanical Engineering
B.E. Electrical and Electronics
Engineering
B.E. Electronics and
Communication Engineering
B.E. Computer Science and
Engineering
B.Tech Information
Technology
B.E. Electronics and
Instrumentation
B.E. Biomedical Engineering
% of
faculty
from
other
States
% of faculty from
other Colleges
within the State
% of
faculty
from
abroad
13.95
83.72
-
2.33
16.67
73.3
6.7
3.33
13.33
84.45
2.2
-
17.5
82.5
-
-
23.08
74.36
2.56
-
29.42
70.58
-
-
28.57
71.43
-
-
B.E. Aeronautical Engineering 7.14
92.86
-
-
B.E. Civil Engineering
M.Tech Nanoscience and
Technology
MBA
-
92.85
7.15
-
-
60
-
40
-
100
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2.4.6 Does the College have the required number of qualified and competent teachers to
handle all the courses for all departments? If not, how do you cope with the requirements?
How many faculty members were appointed during the last four years?
Yes. The college has the required number of qualified and competent teachers to handle
all the courses for all departments, as prescribed by AICTE. The number of faculty members
appointed during the last four years is 224.
Number of Faculty Members appointed
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
2014-15
68
59
42
38
2.4.7 How many visiting Professors are on the rolls of the College?
Currently, there are no visiting Professors on the rolls of the college, for the Departments
of Engineering and Technology. However, the Department of Management Studies has Visiting
Professors.
The details of the visiting faculty are provided in the table below.
Year
2014-2015
Resource Person
Mr. Pratap Singh
Head – Marketing
Elgi Ultra, Coimbatore
Ms. B. Dhanalakshmi
Senior Manager – Finance
Lakshmi Machine Works Limited
Coimbatore
Mr. R. Raghunandanan
Joint General Manager
Larsen & Toubro, Coimbatore
Mr. P. M. Jagatheesan
Vice President – HR
SARA Elgi Group, Coimbatore
Mr. O. A. Balasubramaniam
Senior Vice President
Roots Industries, Coimbatore
Mr. Nandakumar
Founder, Pixel Social Media
Coimbatore
Mr. K. G. Ramakrishnan
Chief Manager (Credit Priority
and Financial Inclusion Cell)
Vijaya Bank (Head Office)
Bangalore
Mr. Ayyaswamy
RBI Officer (Retired)
Mrs. Narmada Ramesh
Course Handled
Marketing Management
Financial Management
Production and Operations Management
Human Resource Management
Management Information System
Social Media Marketing
Banking Management
Economics for Decision Making
Organisational Behaviour
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2013-2014
2012-2013
Assistant General Manager - HR
Tata Consultancy Service
Coimbatore
Mr.Mayank Gupta
Chief HR Manager, Dell Pvt. Ltd
Ms.Keerthana George
Managing Director
Cross Roads Solutions,
Coimbatore
Mr.k.Thangaraj
Director
Aashirvaadh Financial Services
Coimbatore
Mr.P.M.Jagatheesan
Vice President - HR
SARA ELGI, Coimbatore
Mr. Pradeep Yuvaraj
Founder
Prezantim – Presentation Design
Agency, Coimbatore
Mr.B.Seenivasan
Chief Operations Officer
PRICOL Limited
Coimbatore
Mr. Pradeep Yuvaraj
Founder
Prezantim – Presentation Design
Agency, Coimbatore
Mr. K. Raghunandanan
Joint General Manager
Central Management
Larsen & Toubro Ltd.
Coimbatore
Mr. O. A. Balasubramaniam
Vice president – IT
Roots Industries Private Ltd.
Coimbatore
Mr. P. M. Jagatheesan
Vice President – Corporate HR
SARA Elgi, Coimbatore
Mr. K. Ravi
Vice President – Finance
Roots Group of Companies
Coimbatore
Organisational behavior
Marketing Management
Financial Management
Human Resource Management
Marketing Management
Production and Operations Management
Marketing Management
Production and Operations Management
Management Information System
Human Resource Management
Financial Management
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2.4.8 What policies/systems are in place to recharge teachers? (eg: providing research
grants, study leave, nomination to national/ international conferences/Seminars, in-service
training, organizing national/international conferences etc.)
The Management has ensured systems in place to recharge teachers and this have resulted
in high level of retention of faculty.
Research Grants Incentive
The Management encourages faculty members to obtain research grants and undertake
consultancy projects by providing 10% of the funds obtained as incentive to the faculty member.
On-Duty (OD) leave
 For faculty pursuing Ph.D for attending course work/ DC meetings/Submission of Ph.D
thesis and Viva-Voce etc., the faculty are provided with On Duty leave.
Nomination to National/ International conferences/Seminars
 Faculty members are eligible to avail a maximum of 14 days of On Duty Leave in an
academic year, for attending Conferences/ Workshops/ Seminars/ Symposia, etc.
 Registration fee is partially being sponsored for presenting papers in Conferences.
 Special leave to act as resource person in Conferences, to chair technical sessions and to
act as a member in Board of Studies.
 Travelling Expense is reimbursed by the management
In-house training
 A number of programmes are organized within the college
o Training, mentorship and team-building skills
o Awareness sessions on Outcome Based Education
o Awareness sessions on Accreditation by NAAC
o Promote use of new and alternative methods of teaching
 Faculty members are also encouraged to attend Conferences / Workshops / Seminars /
FDPs / Summer School / Winter School programmes organized by other reputed
institutions and industries to keep themselves competent.
Organizing national/International conferences
Faculty members are encouraged to organize National and International Conferences.
The Management financially supports such events. All these initiatives keep up the energy of the
faculty high.
2.4.9 Give the number of faculty who received awards / recognitions for excellence in
teaching at the state, national and international level during the last four years.
S.No
1.
Department
EEE
Name of the Faculty
Dr. A. Ebenezer
Jeyakumar
Award/ Recognition Details
IEEE Lifetime Achievement
Award 2014
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“Best Management Teacher”
by Coimbatore Management
Association in the year 2014
Campus connect faculty
partnership Model
2.
MBA
Dr.R.MaryMetilda
3.
CSE
Mrs. R. Anuratha
4.
CSE
Mrs. G. Rathi
Campus connect faculty
partnership Model
5.
Mech
Dr. P. Karuppuswamy
6.
Mech
Dr. S. VenkatPrasat
7.
CSE
Prof. K. Manoharan
Best Faculty Award- 2014
from Cognizant Technology
Solutions, Coimbatore
Best Faculty Award (20122013), Ibri College of
Technology, Sultanate of
Oman
CSI Significant Contribution
Award (2011-2012)
2.4.10 Provide the number of faculty who have undergone staff development programmes
during the last four years. (Add any other programme if necessary)
Academic Staff Development Programmes
Number of Faculty
Refresher Courses
25
HRD Programmes
10
Orientation Programmes
76
Staff Training Conducted by the College
80
Staff Training conducted by the University/
other Colleges
Summer/Winter Schools, Workshops, etc.
148
Any other (Please Specify)
26
 Regional summit on quality in education –
CII ,Coimbatore Zone
 Training on ISO 9001:2008 awareness and
internal audit
 Intel India Academic Forum, Intel
Education at Goa
 PCB Mentor Forum, Mentor Graphics at
Coimbatore
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1
1
1
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 20th Edition of ICTACT Coimbatore
Bridge 2015 – Innovate for make in India
was organized at Le Meridian.
 ICTACT in association
with EMC Corporation organized a Faculty
Empowerment Programme on Redefine
your Skills: Addressing Storage Skill Gap
in Academia the opportunity for
academia at The Arcadia
Hotel, Coimbatore.
 15th Edition of ICTACT Coimbatore
Bridge 2014 – Technology &
Entrepreneurship Summit organized at Le
Meridian, Coimbatore. Focusing on
“Impacting future together”
 ICTACT Chennai Edition Bridge 2014 at
the Chennai Trade Centre, Chennai on the
theme “Impacting future together”
 Take Lead in Transformation: Addressing
Storage Skill Gap in Academia held at
Hotel Grand Regent, Coimbatore
 ICTACT Coimbatore bridge 2012
 Two Days Workshop on “Outcome Based
Education” organized by Indo-US
Collaboration for Engineering Education,
Inpods Inc. and BMS College of
Engineering, Bengaluru .
9
2
3
1
2
2
3
2.4.11 What percentage of the faculty have
- been invited as resource persons in Workshops / Seminars / Conferences organized by
external professional agencies - A
- participated in external Workshops / Seminars / Conferences recognized by national /
international professional bodies - B
- presented papers in Workshops / Seminars / Conferences conducted or recognized by
professional agencies - C
- teaching experience in other universities / national institutions and others - D
- industrial engagement - E
- international experience in teaching – F
Resource/Participation
% of Faculty
A
B
C
21
88.9
69.8
D
11.69
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8.92
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2.4.12 How often does the College organize academic development programmes for its
faculty, leading to enrichment of teaching-learning process?
∗
Curricular Development
∗
Teaching-learning methods
∗
Examination reforms
∗
Content / knowledge management
The college involves in a continuous process of organizing academic development programmes
for its faculty, leading to enrichment of the teaching-learning process.
Curricular Development

Faculty Development Programmes are frequently organized within each
Department to enable the faculty to stay abreast with the latest trends in the
industry and the societal demands. The institute organizes several faculty
development programmes, seminars, workshops, conferences in contemporary
and novel areas to improve and update the knowledge of faculty members. Guest
lectures are also organized under the departmental association activities and
professional societies such as IEEE, ISTE etc.

The Programme Assessment Committee (PAC) of each department meets at the
end of every semester to discuss on changes required in the curriculum.

Industry Interactions are frequently arranged for the faculty to become aware of
the needs of the recruiters. Faculty members participate in Industry Academia
Connect Programmes for Curricular Development. For example, courses on Big
Data Analytics, Business Intelligence have been introduced with Industry
Connect. The industries also organize Faculty Development Programmes for
Curricular Development.
Teaching-learning methods

The college continuously conducts workshops and awareness sessions for its
faculty to improve the teaching learning methods.

The Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) of the institution constantly
organizes the following programmes.
- Orientation Programmes for Newly joined faculty members
- Awareness workshops on NBA
- Hand-on training sessions on assessment of learning outcomes
- Awareness workshop on Accreditation by NAAC

Industries conduct short duration Programmes for specific courses to improve
teaching learning.
Eg: Data Structures and Algorithms by Cognizant Technology Solutions, Switch
Gear Protection by Larsen & Toubro, etc.
Examination Reforms
Examination Reforms come into practice only once in a year, after it is approved by the
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Academic Council. Meetings are conducted by the Heads of the Departments to disseminate the
essence of the reform to their faculty members. The changes are also mailed to the faculty
members. The examination reforms are published in the form of Regulation or addendum books
and kept in the library for staff access. Individual copies of the books are distributed to the
students.
Content / knowledge management
Content/Knowledge Management in the campus is through the campus management software.
Meetings are convened and demo sessions are organized for the faculty, if there is any change in
the normal procedures.
2.4.13 What are the teaching innovations made during the last five years? How are
innovations rewarded?
The teaching innovations made during the last five years include
 Experiential Learning techniques
 Activity Based Methods
 Working models for demonstrating concepts
 Webinars conducted by industry professionals
 Workshops conducted for hands-on practices
 Comprehensive Examination
 On-line Tests for Communicative English, Verbal and Mathematical Aptitude
 Value-Added Courses
 Mini projects
 Inter-disciplinary Elective Courses
 Self Study Courses
Innovative practices adopted for Management Students:
 Game based teaching
 Case Based Teaching
 Flipped classroom
 Study circle
 Quiz activity through moodle
 Visiting Faculty by experts from Industry
 Real Time assignments
 Experiential Learning Through In Campus Venture – Crunchy Feast and by
conducting Marketing Mela
 Market Potential Analysis
 Virtual Trading
These innovations are incorporated in the appraisal mechanism of the faculty and given due
consideration for elevation.
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2.4.14 Does the College have a mechanism to encourage
∗ Mobility of faculty between institutions for teaching?
∗ Faculty exchange programmes with national and international bodies?
If yes, how have these schemes helped in enriching quality of the faculty?
Yes, the college encourages mobility of faculty between institutions and provision
for availing on duty leave is made available
 To act as resource person in conferences, workshops
 To act as Chairpersons in conferences
 To serve as a member in Doctoral Committee, Oral Examination Board for Ph.D Viva
voce
 To attend short-term courses and Faculty Development Programmes as Encouragement
for the faculty to be part of National and International bodies like IEEE, CSIR etc.,
 Encouragement to visit National and International bodies for short durations - Example
a.
Dr. N. R. Alamelu, Professor, ECE and Principal visited the Shiv Nadar
University, O.P Jindal Global University and College of Engineering,
Bangladesh
b.
Dr. A. Ebenezer Jeyakumar, Professor, Department of EEE visited National
University, Singapore, Nanyang University, Singapore
c.
Dr. M. Senthamil Selvi, Professor & Head, Department of IT,
Dr. R. Shanmugha Sundaram, Professor/EEE and Dr. K. Srinivasan, Professor
& Head, Department of EIE visited BMS College of Engineering, Bangalore
These initiatives have helped to understand the best practices of those institutions and make use
of them in enriching the faculty quality.
2.5
Evaluation Process and Reforms
2.5.1 How does the College ensure that all the stakeholders are aware of the evaluation
processes that are operative?
The college ensures that all the stakeholders are aware of the evaluation processes that
are operative through the following measures.
1) Individual Copies of the regulation book is distributed to all the students which
contain details of the evaluation processes.
2) Regulation books are also available in the library for student access.
3) The evaluation process is also communicated to the student representatives during
the monthly Class Committee Meetings.
4) The evaluation process is communicated to the parents as well during the
admission itself on the Orientation Day.
5) The newly recruited teachers are communicated during the Orientation
Programme.
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2.5.2 What are the major evaluation reforms initiated by the College and to what extent
have they been implemented in the College? Cite a few examples which have positively
impacted the evaluation management system?
The evaluation reforms initiated by the college include the following
1. Setting the Internal test question papers according to the Bloom‟s Taxonomy and
verifying the same by the Quality Assurance Cell of the department.
2. Display of the internal assessment marks on the respective department notice boards to
ensure transparency.
3. Scrutiny of the question papers by the scrutiny board for the end semester examination
4. The question paper pattern with objective multiple choice questions ensuring different
cognitive levels of learning
5. Feedback received on the question paper by the faculty who handled the subject ensuring
adherence to the bloom taxonomy
6. Provision for applying for photocopy of the answer script and seeking revaluation
7. Provision for applying for review of answer script
8. Auditing of answer script by a set of external auditors to ensure appropriate evaluation
by the examiners
9. Special supplementary examinations conducted every year as a consideration to the
candidates having certain minimum number of arrears to become eligible for the award of
the degree
 The positive impact of the system
The special supplementary examinations conducted for a candidate having up
to 3 arrears has helped the students to become eligible for the award of the degree
during the same academic year.
In the last three years 112 candidates have graduated through this process.
2.5.3 What measures have been taken by the institution for continuous evaluation of
students and ensuring their progress and improved performance?
In the regulations there is a provision for continuous evaluations of the students
throughout the semester
 20 students from each class are attached to a faculty called the tutor. The tutor is
responsible for counselling the students both academics and otherwise.
 The support is given to them to improve the performance
 They also identify the difficulty faced by them, if they are slow learners and help
them through supplementary learning
 The tutors also interact with the parents of their wards which results in the
coordinated effort for the improved performance of the students.
 Parent-teachers‟ meeting are conducted to guide them on career decisions and
improved performance
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2.5.4 What percentage of marks is earmarked for continuous internal assessment?
Indicate the mechanisms strategized to ensure rigour of the internal assessment process?
S.No
Nature of the
Course
Marks for Internal
Assessment
1.
Theory Courses
20
2.
Practical Courses
20
3.
Project Work
20
Method of Marks Allotment
Internal Tests, Assignment,
Attendance
Model Exam, Attendance
Reviews, Supervisor‟s Mark,
Attendance
Mechanism/Method
Internal marks are awarded based on the student‟s performance in the tests and
assignments.
The Attendance is calculated as follows,
Percentage of Attendance
Marks
Upto 80%
Nil
81%-85%
2.5
86%-90%
5
91%-95%
7.5
Above 96%
10
For project, the Head of the Department Constitutes the review Committee and it is
evaluated.
2.5.5 Does the College adhere to the declared examination schedules? If not, what
measures have been taken to address the delay?
Yes. The college adheres to the examination schedules declared in the Academic
Calendar.
2.5.6 What is the average time taken by the College for declaration of examination
results? Indicate the mode / media adopted by the College for the publication of
examination results e.g., website, SMS, email, etc.
The examination results are normally published within 30 working days from the last day
of the examination.
The results are published on the college website and hard copies are displayed in the
department notice boards.
2.5.7 Does the college have an integrated examination platform for the following
processes?
∗ Pre-examination processes – Time table generation, OMR, student list generation,
invigilators, squads, attendance sheet, online payment gateway, etc.
∗ Examination process –Examination material management, logistics.
∗ Post examination process – attendance capture, OMR based exam result, auto
processing, generic result processing and certification.
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Subject Registration for Current Semester
(Within 10 Days from Commencement of
Semester)
List of Arrear Subjects (Within 30 Days
after Result Publication)
Semester Examination Timetable
Schedule for Practical
Examination as per Academic
Calendar
Fixing of External Examiners by
the Controller of Examinations
Question Paper Setting by External Examiners
Question Paper Scrutiny Board
Hall Ticket Generation after Attendance
Meeting
Conduct Of Theory/
Practical Examination as Per Calendar
Central Valuation
Issue of Exam Application
Attendance Entry/ Fees
Payment Details Entry
Internal Mark Entry
Display in Department
Notice Board before
Commencement of
Examinations
Internal Examiner – 50%
Internal Examiner – 50 %
Marks Entry and Verification
Result Passing Board- Scheme of
Moderation
miner – 50 %
External Examiner – 50%
Internal Examiner – 50 %
miner – 50 %
Result Publication within 30 days after the
last examination
Revaluation & Photocopy of Paper within
15 days of Result Publication
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2.5.8 Has the College introduced any reforms in its Ph.D. evaluation process?
Ph. D evaluation reforms are implemented according to the rules of the Affiliating
University.
2.5.9 What efforts are made by the College to streamline the operations at the Office of
the Controller of Examinations? Mention any significant efforts which have improved
process and functioning of the examination division/section?
The operations at the Office of the Controller of Examinations are streamlined with the
use of software which integrates the process of conduct of examination, valuation and
declaration of results.
Significant efforts have been made in improving the process and functioning of the
examination section.
 Preparing and Updating the panel of examiners
 Question paper scrutiny
 Arranging for the Central valuation
 Maintaining Confidentiality in data storage & handling
 Students can view their attendance through KIOSKs
 Online attendance marking either on the day itself or the next day of the class.
 Online examination application facility/ generation of hall ticket
2.5.10 What is the mechanism for redressal of grievances with reference to evaluation?
Students are entitled for revaluation within fifteen days from the declaration of results, as
a mechanism for redressal of grievances with reference to evaluation. As per the regulations,
there is only one valuation. However a student is entitled for requesting the photo copies of the
answer scripts, if the candidate is not satisfied with the grades allotted. Then the student can
apply for revaluation on payment of the prescribed fee. If the student is not satisfied with the
grades allotted after revaluation, he/she may apply for Review of Answer Script. Only a student
who has applied for the photocopy and revaluation of the answer script is eligible for applying
for Review of Answer Script. The fee paid for Review of Answer Script is refunded to the
students who have failed originally and obtained a pass mark after the review.
2.6. Student Performance and Learning Outcomes
2.6.1 Does the College have clearly stated learning outcomes for its programmes? If yes,
give details on how the students and staff are made aware of these?
 As the Institution is practicing the Outcome Based Education, all the programmes have
clearly defined their learning outcomes for all the courses.
 The Programme Educational Objectives, Programme Outcomes and learning Outcomes
are published in the websites, displayed in the departments and class rooms.
 The faculty members will be disseminating the same to the students during the first day
of the respective courses.
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2.6.2 How does the institution monitor and ensure the achievement of learning outcomes?
The Institution monitors and ensures the achievements of learning outcomes through the
assessment of the following:
DIRECT MEASURES
S.No
Assessment Tools
Evaluation Methods
Internal Test
 Periodical tests are conducted as per schedule
1.
 Cognitive levels of the students are tested
 Weightage of cognitive levels of the marks for
each question is analyzed for improvement
2.
Assignment
 Group assignments
 Presentations
 Evaluation by the faculty member
3.
Laboratory
 Pre-viva questions
Exercises
 Post-viva questions
 Model examination
 Laboratory experiments beyond the content of
syllabus
4.
Mini Projects
 Students in a group of 2 or 3 apply their
theoretical knowledge to solve the problems
5.
Project
 In the final year, as per the curriculum the students
are encouraged to select and solve real world
problems
 The faculty members are allotted as project guide
to help them to proceed in the right direction
 The progress is monitored through continuous
reviews and viva-voce
6.
End Semester
 The end semester examination is conducted with
Examination
the question papers set by the experts
 Exam results are analyzed by the faculty members
and reviewed by the HOD
S.No
1.
2.
INDIRECT MEASURES
Assessment Tools
Evaluation Methods
Alumni feedback
 Alumni feedback forms are used for collecting the
feedback from the students at the time of
completion of the programme
 The feedback are analyzed and the suggestions are
taken into consideration
Employer
 Feedback are received from the employers to
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3.
4.
feedback
Students
progressing
higher studies
Placement

to




understand the performance of our graduates
Students are encouraged to pursue higher studies
and necessary information are provided to them
The details of students opting for higher studies
are maintained in the department
An exclusive Career Development and Placement
Division is functioning in the institution.
The Institution maintains an excellent placement
record
85% of the students are placed in core companies,
product development, service-based companies
etc.
2.6.3 How does the institution collect and analyze data on student learning outcomes and
use it for overcoming barriers of learning?
 The institution makes use of direct and indirect assessment tools to collect and analyse
data on student learning outcomes.
 The alumni surveys and employer surveys are used as performance indicators of
advancement in professional career, attainment of higher education, ability to excel in
their respective domains, and interpersonal skills.
 The performance of students, internal assessments, assignments, objective type tests and
end semester examinations serve as direct tools for analysis of data on student learning
outcomes.
 The analysis also helps in identifying the attainment of cognitive levels of students.
 The analysis of data on student learning outcomes also helps in identifying the slow
learners and to arrange remedial classes for them.
 The cognitive level analysis helps in setting quality question papers for assessment and
thereby improving the cognitive level of the students.
 The course assessment done at the end of each semester helps to compute the level of
achievement of each course outcome by each class, and identify reasons if the stipulated
level is not achieved.
 The DQAC makes recommendations to achieve the stipulated level of course outcomes.
 The analysis of alumni survey and employer surveys help in identifying gaps between the
needs of the industry and the curriculum.
 This input from the stakeholders is used in making modification to the curriculum and
syllabi.
All the data collected through direct and indirect tools are analysed and used for
overcoming the barriers of learning.
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

The analysis on attainment of cognitive levels helps the faculty members to reiterate
certain specific portions of a course for better understanding.
The deficiencies for attainment of expected course outcomes to be addressed by the
faculty for those specific groups of students.
2.6.4 Give Programme-wise details of the pass percentage and completion rate of students.
Number of Students Appeared
Programmes
Number of Students Passed
Pass Percentage
20112012
20122013
20132014
20142015
20112012
20122013
20132014
20142015
20112012
20122013
20132014
20142015
B.E. Mechanical
Engineering
132
128
146
134
126
122
129
107
95.45
95.31
88.36
79.85
B.E. Electrical
and Electronics
Engineering
133
129
142
142
128
122
134
128
96.24
94.57
94.37
90.14
B.E. Electronics
and
Communication
Engineering
132
128
133
207
124
119
118
169
93.94
92.97
88.72
81.64
B.E. Computer
Science and
Engineering
131
130
140
138
116
124
128
124
88.55
93.94
91.43
89.86
B.Tech
Information
Technology
129
128
135
162
124
121
115
136
96.12
94.53
85.19
83.95
B.E. Electronics
and
Instrumentation
Engineering
62
62
67
69
58
60
64
64
93.55
96.77
95.52
92.75
B.E. Biomedical
Engineering
65
62
56
61
60
54
49
52
92.31
87.10
87.50
82.25
B.E.
Aeronautical
Engineering
66
59
65
62
66
57
62
45
100
96.61
95.38
72.58
B.E. Civil
Engineering
First Batch is yet to complete
PG
M.E. Software
Engineering
18
17
18
17
18
17
18
17
100
100
100
100
M.E. Power
Electronics and
Drives
20
17
18
17+1
20
17
18
17+1
100
100
100
100
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M.E.
Manufacturing
Engineering
9
13
17
18
9
13
17
18
100
100
100
100
M.E. VLSI
Design
18
18
17
18+1
18
18
17
18
100
100
100
94.74
M.E. CSE
18
18
24
23+1
18
18
24
23+1
100
100
100
100
M.E. Embedded
System
Technologies
-
-
-
17
-
-
-
17
-
-
-
100
M.E. Control and
Instrumentation
Engineering
-
-
-
15
-
-
-
15
-
-
-
100
M.E. Thermal
Engineering
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
M.Tech
Nanoscience and
Technology
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
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CRITERION III: RESEARCH, CONSULTANCY AND EXTENSION
3.1
Promotion of Research
3.1.1 Does the College have a research committee to monitor and address the issues of
research? If yes, what is its composition? Mention a few recommendations which have been
implemented and their impact.
Yes, the college has a Research Committee to monitor and address the issues of research.
The research committee is chaired by the Principal with members of faculty representing every
department.
List of Research Co-ordinators
S.No
Name of the
Members & Designation
Committee
Dr.A.Murugarajan, Prof/Mech
Dr.B.A.Saravanan, Prof/Mech
Dr.M.S.Geetha Devasena, Prof/CSE
Dr.P.Mathiyalagan, Asso.Prof/CSE
Dr.B.Nataraj, Asso.Prof/ECE
Dr.S.P.Vimal, Asso.Prof/EIE
Dr.V.Karpagam, Prof/IT
Dr.Preethi Harris, Asso.Prof/IT
Dr.S.Allirani, Asso.Prof/EEE
Dr.R.Shanmugasundaram, Prof/EEE
Dr.B.Sharmila, Prof/EIE
Mr.J.Prasad, Asst.Prof/BME
Dr.C.J.Thomas Renald, Asso.Prof/Aero
Research Committee
Dr.E.Sarojini, Prof & Head/Civil
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Dr.J.Selvakumar, Prof/CSE
Dr.C.S.Ravichandran, Prof /EEE
Mr.C.Bhagyanathan, Asst.Prof/Mech
Dr.A.Grace Selvarani, Prof /CSE
Dr.M.Jagadeeswari, Prof /ECE
Dr.P.Moorthi, Asso.Prof/Nano
Dr.S.Jayanthy, Prof /ECE
Dr.G.Mary Jansi Rani, Prof /ECE
Dr.S.Deivanayaki, Asst.Prof/Phy
Dr.N.Neelakandeswari, Asso.Prof/Chem
Dr.P.Maheswari Naik, Asst.Prof/Mathematics
Dr.Vathana Fenn, Asso.Prof/English
The main objective of this committee is to motivate the staff towards research and also to
encourage the faculty members to enroll for pursuing Ph.D.
Recommendations of the Research Committee
To promote research activities in the college, the committee
 Ensures the departments to apply for Research Centre recognition under Anna
University, Chennai.
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Ensures the Ph.D holders to apply for Guide Recognition under Anna University,
Chennai.
Encouraged to publish research papers in refereed journals with high impact factor.
Motivates to submit research proposals for various funding agencies
Motivate to submit proposals for conducting seminars, Conferences, Workshops.
Prompts the faculty to interact with the industry for collaborative research projects.
Identifies and encourages various research activities of all the departments
To publish a research journal inviting technical papers from the researchers
Impact of the Recommendations
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The number of faculty members registering for Ph.D has increased and it is
represented as below.
29 of our faculty members are recognized research supervisors of Anna
University, Chennai.
All the eligible departments are Recognized Research Departments of Anna
University, Chennai.
Increase in the number of research proposals to various funding agencies.
Increase in the Cumulative impact factor of the faculty, number of citations, h-index
etc.,
Increase in the number of faculty completed Ph.D.
Increase in the number of book publications with copy right.
A technical journal is being published by the department of Management studies
Increase in the number of seminars, symposium, conference, workshop organized by
the departments has increased.
Number of inter-disciplinary research has increased.
Increase in the number of Industrial research.
Number of Ph.Ds registered
80
74
70
60
49
50
38
40
30
26
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2011
2012
Year
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Details of Staff Members completed their Ph.D
18
16
Number of Ph.Ds Completed
16
14
13
12
10
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8
6
5
4
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2011
2012
2013
2014
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Eminent persons from various industries/reputed R&D organizations to steer the
faculty members towards research has increased.
In addition, a separate Research Advisory Council is functioning to encourage multidisciplinary
research in the campus.
 Research advisory council was formulated under the DST-FIST project.
S.No
1
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Name of the
Committee
Research Advisory
Council
Members & Designation
Dr. K. Uthayarani, Prof & Head/Physics
Dr. N. Rajkumar, Prof essor/CSE
Dr. T. Daniel Thangadurai, Prof & Head/Nano
Dr. N. Neelakandeswari, Asso.Prof/Chemistry
Dr. P. Karuppusamy, Prof & Head/Mechanical
Dr. J. David Rathina Raj, Professor/ Mechanical
Research Advisory Council is constituted to promote the interdisciplinary research
associated with the Department of Nanoscience and Technology. The council
consists of the members from all the science and technology departments. The
impact of this council is the incredible raise in the number of nanotechnology based
research in almost all the departments.
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3.1.2 What is the policy of the College to promote research culture in the College?
The Management extends all possible support to promote research culture in the college.
 Every year a specific budget is allocated for improving the R&D infrastructure.
During the last 3 years, for R&D infrastructure alone the Management has
contributed 2.8 Crores.
 A monthly incentive of Rs. 10,000/- is provided to all the faculty members who have
completed their Ph.D, irrespective of the cadre.
 For every project funding received from government funding agencies/ Industry,
10% of the project amount is being granted as an incentive to the Principal
Investigator and the Co-investigator.
 50% of the registration fee is sponsored by the college for presenting papers in the
international conferences, for the members of faculty and also students.
 Provision for special leave to attend conferences/ to serve as a chair person/ to
interact with research group.
 On-Duty is granted to the faculty pursuing Ph.D for doing coursework, attending
workshops, conferences, meeting their guides, thesis preparation, etc.
 Students are encouraged to publish their ideas in the form of research findings,
publications etc., in symposia, conferences, seminars conducted by the premier
institutes, with financial support.
 The centre for innovation is established to promote interdisciplinary research work
for the benefit of faculty members and students
3.1.3. List details of prioritized research areas and the areas of expertise available with the
college.
S.No
Prioritized Research Area
Expertise Available
Department
1.
Production Engineering
Dr. P. Karuppuswamy
2.
Measurement & Metrology
Dr. A. Murugarajan
Mechanical
Tribology, Surface Engineering Dr.J.Yoganandh
3.
& Welding
Dr. S. Venkatprasat
4.
Mechanical Engineering
Dr. J. David Rathnaraj
5.
High Voltage Engineering
Dr. A. Ebenezer Jeyakumar
Dr. S. U. Prabha
6.
Power systems
Dr. K. Sebasti Rani
Dr. S. Allirani
7.
Electrical Machines
EEE
Dr.R.Shanmuga Sundram
8.
Renewable energy systems
Dr. C. Kathirvel
Dr.C.S.Ravichandran
9.
Power Electronics & Drives
Dr.B.Adhavan
Digital Electronics
Microprocessor and its
ECE
10. application
Dr. N. R. Alamelu
Computer Network
Network Security
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Optical Fiber Communication
Medical Electronics
Microwave Engineering
Communication Theory
Digital Communication.
Linear Integrated Circuits.
12.
VLSI Design
13.
14.
Mobile Computing
Data Mining, Networking
15.
Software Engineering
16.
Scheduling in Grid computing.
17.
Data Mining
18.
Human recognition and
identification using hand based
geometry
19.
Mobile Adhoc Networks
20.
21.
22.
Digital Image Processing
Wireless Sensor Networks
Software Testing
23.
Electrical Engineering
24.
25.
Aeronautical Engineering
Environmental Engineering
26.
Catalysis, Sensor, Soft Matter,
Biomaterials, Drug Delivery,
Nano Materials and Quantum
Computing
27.
Marketing
28.
Finance
29.
IPR
English Language and
Literature
30.
Dr. N.Sathishkumar
Dr.M.Jagadeeswari
Dr. S. Jayanthy
Dr.G.Mary Jansi Rani
Dr.N.Rajkumar
Prof.K.Manoharan
Dr.M.S.Geetha Devasena
Dr.M.Suresh Kumar
Mrs.R.Kingsy Grace
Dr.P.Perumal
Mr.T.Guhan
Mrs.R.Anuradha
Dr. K. Deepa
Dr. V. Karpagam
CSE
CSE & IT
Dr.B.Mathivanan
Dr.P.Mathiyalagan
Mr.R.Vijayakumar
Mr.S.Harihara Gopalan
Mr.S. Suresh Kumar
Dr.A.Grace Selvarani
Dr. M. Senthamil Selvi
Dr. Preethi Harris
Dr. K. Srinivasan
Dr. B. Sharmila
Dr. D.Angeline Vijula
Dr.K.Sudararaj
Dr. E. Sarojini
Dr. T. Daniel Thangadurai
Dr. Moorthi Pichumani
Mr. C. Narendhar
Mr. S. Sathiesh Kumar
Mr.T.Mohankumar
Dr.K.Chitra
Dr.R.Mary Metilda
Dr.S.Krishna Prabha
Prof.V.Vanaja
Mrs.Bindhusha
Dr. Vathana Fenn
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IT
EIE
Aeronautical
Civil
Nanoscience and
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31.
General Theory of Relativity
32.
Operator Theory and Graph
Theory
33.
34.
35.
36.
37.
38.
39.
Fuzzy Inventory Model
Crystal Growth and Solid state
Physics
Ultrasonics
Conducting Polymers
Environmental Chemistry
Coordination Chemistry
Inorganic Nanomaterials
Dr.C.V.Seshaiah
Dr.A.Sekar
Dr. P. Maheswari Naik
Dr.A.Rajeswari
Dr.P.Vasanthi
Dr.S.Ranganayaki
Dr.R.Kasthuri
Dr. K. Uthayarani
Dr. M. RM. Krishnappa
Dr. R. Kesavasamy
Dr. S. Deivanayaki
Dr. N. Rajasekaran
Dr. L. Ragunath
Dr. N. Neelakandeswari
Mathematics
Physics
Chemistry
3.1.4 What are the proactive mechanisms adopted by the College to facilitate smooth
implementation of research schemes/ projects?
The following proactive mechanisms are adopted by the college to facilitate smooth
implementation of research schemes/ Projects.
Advancing Funds for sanctioned projects:
Sponsored project fund amount is being deposited in the savings bank account opened in
the name of the project, operated by the Principal with the recommendation of the Principal
Investigator of the concerned project. The principal investigator is given full freedom to utilize
the amount for the successful completion of the project with the approval of the Principal. The
principal investigator is also permitted to receive advance amount for preliminary works as soon
as project sanction intimation letter is received.
Autonomy to the principal investigator/coordinator for utilizing funds:
The laboratory space, electricity charges, furniture, office equipment etc., required for the
smooth conduct of the research projects have been provided to the Principal investigator. The
principal investigator is permitted to utilize any amount from the project account needed for
meeting all the expenses for its successful completion.
Timely release of grants:
The project interim reports are sent to the sponsoring agency in the timely manner so as
to prevent any difficulty in timely release of further grants.
Timely auditing and submission of utilization certificate to the funding authorities:
The accounts department of the college facilitates the up keeping of the records related to
the project and prepares the various account statements and they are periodically audited by the
college auditors. The proper utilization of funds under the different heads of the project will be
certified by the college auditor and will be submitted to the funding authorities after the
completion of the project.
3.1.5 How is interdisciplinary research promoted?
As far as the quality research in Engineering is concerned, it is necessary to inculcate the
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interdisciplinary activities in the curriculum itself. The institute is actively promoting
interdisciplinary projects and students are constantly encouraged to take-up such projects. In this
regard, the college offers interdisciplinary electives to the third year students. Additionally, the
following efforts are also being taken.
 In every department, a competency group is formed.
 Faculty members from various departments form research groups to work on
interdisciplinary research projects.
For example, the following groups are projected.
S.No
Area of Research
Departments involved
1
Cloud Computing
CSE, ECE & EIE
2
Digital Image Processing
CSE, ECE & EIE
3
Nanomaterials
Physics, Chemistry & NanoScience and Technology
4
Nanoimplant Devices
BME & Nanoscience and Technology
5
Virtual Instrumentation
EIE,EEE,ECE
6
Internet of Things
CSE,IT, ECE
7
Computational Fluid
Mechanical, Aeronautical
Dynamics
Between/among different departments of the College
 Interdisciplinary research among various departments of SREC is promoted through
Research Committee and Research Advisory Committee.
 For example, interdisciplinary consultancy research project is being done by the
Departments of Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering and Mechanical
Engineering for an industry group at Coimbatore.
 Research Advisory Committee and Research Council of the college encourage
nanotechnology based interdisciplinary research work.
 Department of Biomedical Engineering, Department of Mechanical Engineering and
Nanoscience and Technology work on healthcare projects.
Collaboration with national/international institutes / industries
The Institute has collaboration with the following institutes of repute at both national and
international level.
 Indian Institute of Technology, Madras
 Anna University, Chennai
 Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore
 Central Electro Chemical Research Institute, Karaikudi (CECRI)
 Indra Gandhi Centre for Atomic Research, Kalpakkam (IGCAR)
 Defence Metallurgical Research Laboratory , Hyderabad (DMRL)
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International Advanced Research Centre for Powder Metallurgy and New
Materials, Hyderabad (ARCI)
 University of Queensland, Australia
 Durban University of Technology, South Africa
 Changwon National University, Republic of Korea
 Kookmin University, Republic of Korea
 University of Navarra, Spain
 Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada
Application oriented interdisciplinary research between institute and various industries is
facilitated through the MoUs. The collaboration with industries are shown below.
 Tech Mahindra, Bangalore
 National Instruments, Bangalore
 ROOTS Industries India Ltd. Coimbatore
 Larsen &Toubro, Coimbatore
 PRICOL Ltd., Coimbatore
 PRICOL Technologies, Coimbatore
The college has provision for industry immersion programme for teaching faculty and
technical & management training to industry professionals. A partial list is as follows.
S. No
Name of the Industry
Department
1. Pricol Ltd, Coimbatore
Electronics & Instrumentation
Engineering
2. Larsen &Toubro,
Electrical & Electronics Engineering
Coimbatore
3. TVS, Coimbatore
Mechanical Engineering
4. Lucas TVS, Chennai
Mechanical Engineering
5. Roots Industries India Pvt.
Electrical & Electronics Engineering
Ltd., Coimbatore
6. Aadhira CNC Pvt. Ltd.,
Mechanical Engineering
Coimbatore
7. Bimetal Bearing Limited,
Electronics & Instrumentation
Coimbatore
Engineering and Mechanical
Engineering
8. Larsen & Toubro,
Management Studies
Coimbatore
As a result of these collaborations, various consultancy projects are under progress and
some of the students got internship in the respective industries.
3.1.6 Enumerate the efforts of the College in attracting researchers of eminence to visit the
campus and interact with teachers and students?
 A very senior researcher from premier institution of higher education and R&D
establishment, are member in the Board of Studies (BOS) of every department. The
members are from the organizations like,
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Indian Institute of Technology, Madras
Madras Institute of Technology, Chennai
Baba Atomic Research Centre, Mumbai
Anna University, Chennai
Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore
Department of Science and Technology, New Delhi
Central Electro Chemical Research Institute, Karaikudi (CECRI)
Indra Gandhi Centre for Atomic Research, Kalpakkam (IGCAR)
Defence Metallurgical Research Laboratory , Hyderabad (DMRL)
International Advanced Research Centre for Powder Metallurgy and New
Materials, Hyderabad (ARCI)
The members from the R&D centres are also invited to deliver guest lectures and to
interact with the students and staff members.
The students get the opportunity for internship with R&D organization.
The college has invited eminent scientists to interact with the faculty and students during
conferences and training programmes.
For organizing seminars, symposiums and special lectures in the niche areas, the
researchers of eminence are invited to the Institute, All these activities are sponsored by
the management.
The partial list of eminent persons visited the institution during various programmes is
listed in Annexure 3.1.
Number of students undergoing internships in the research organizations : 37
Number of faculty involved in collaborative research : 12
On account of these initiatives the students and faculty members are benefited as shown above.
3.1.7 What percentage of faculty have utilized sabbatical leave for research activities?
How has the provision contributed to the research quality and culture of the College?
Sabbatical leave has been sanctioned for the faculty members so as to complete their
Ph.D and the provision can be availed by all the faculty members irrespective of the department.
Besides, special leave and on-duty leave are provided for visiting various research laboratories,
to discuss with the eminent persons in the respective field and for other related research
activities. By utilizing these, it is possible for the faculty members to carry out good quality
research and publish in reputed journals.
3.1.8 Provide details of national and international conferences organized by the College
highlighting the names of eminent scientists/scholars who participated in these events.
The different departments of our college are organizing national/international
conferences during each academic year and details of such programmes are listed in
Annexure 3.2.
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The interaction with the eminent person in the relevant area provides a platform for both
the students and the members of the faculty to get enlightened with the current research activities
in their corresponding field.
3.1.9 Details on the College initiative in transferring/advocating the relative findings of
research of the College and elsewhere to the students and the community (lab to land).
The research findings of the faculty members pursuing research in the campus are shared
with the students through the seminars and conferences organized by the institution.
The institution organizes conferences in which the scholars from outside the institute
participate and present their findings. These sessions are open to both the members of faculty
and also to the students, thus providing an opportunity to get an exposure to the research finding
of both the institution and outside the institution.
The outcomes of the research findings are also taken to the community.
 A Centre for Innovation has been setup in the campus. This nurtures multi disciplinary
research and takes initiatives in validating the research findings.
 Sample list of Projects available in the innovation centre
Solar powered wheel chair developed by the department of Electronics and
Instrumentation Engineering funded by IEEE – EPICS. This initiative has been taken after the
discussion with the children with special needs and their inputs are taken into consideration for
research.
Any Time Medical Assistance (ATMA) is another project undertaken by the department
of Biomedical Engineering to serve the community after validation through clinical examination.
This project aims at developing a key solution by creating a booth named “ATMA (Any Time
Medical Assistance)” , assisted by a health professional where preliminary health parameters can
be checked by any citizen just by a mere visit to it.
Audio Visual Entrainment and Acupressure Therapy for Insomnia is a portable
device, developed by the department of Biomedical Engineering to serve the community which
aids in providing therapy for people suffering from stress induced insomnia, using a technology
named Audio Visual Entrainment combined with Acupressure therapy.
 Sample list of eminent Industrial experts visited the Innovation centre are as shown
below.
S. No.
Industry Experts
1
Mr. Karthikeyan Natarajan, Global Head, Integrated Engg
Solutions, Tech Mahindra, Bangalore
2
Mr. S. J. Naganagouda, Head, HR, Global Edge Solutions,
Bangalore
3
Mr. S. Purusothaman, Deputy Director, NASCOM
4
Mr. R. Imran, Technical Advisor, Robert Bosch.
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3.1.10 Give details on the faculty actively involved in research (Guiding student research,
leading research projects, engaged in individual or collaborative research activity etc.)
Guiding Student Research
 Eligible faculty members of the various departments are the recognised research
supervisors of Anna University and other reputed Universities. The list of recognised
supervisors is provided in Annexure 3.3.
 As a part of the curriculum, both the UG and PG students have to complete their projects
during their final semester. The Post Graduate students normally take up research
problems as their final semester project. Hence, all the faculty members of Engineering
and Technology and Management are actively involved in guiding the students for their
end-semester project work.
 The faculty are also guiding the students for their sponsored research projects, through
agencies like IE(I), IEEE, TNSCST and others
Leading Research Projects
The faculty members who are the co-ordinators for the funded projects from the various
agencies like AICTE, DST, CSIR, etc lead these research projects by procuring the equipments
necessary for research and by recruiting Project Assistants / Research Associates, etc.
Number of faculty members guiding these projects during the last 3 years : 25
Engaging in Collaborative Research
The members of faculty who are the approved supervisors in various Universities guide
their research scholars. They also carry out research in their specific area of focus. The faculty
members also take initiatives for collaborative research activity both with premier institutions
and with leading industries.
Such collaboration includes institutions like,
 Central Electro Chemical Research Institute, Karaikudi (CECRI)
 Indra Gandhi Centre for Atomic Research, Kalpakkam (IGCAR)
 Defence Metallurgical Research Laboratory, Hyderabad (DMRL)
 International Advanced Research Centre for Powder Metallurgy and New
Materials, Hyderabad (ARCI)
and industries like
 Tech Mahindra, Bangalore
 National Instruments, Bangalore
 ROOTS Industries India Ltd. Coimbatore
 Larsen & Toubro, Coimbatore
 PRICOL Ltd., Coimbatore
 PRICOL Technologies, Coimbatore
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3.2
Resource Mobilization for Research
3.2.1
What percentage of the total budget is earmarked for research? Give details of
major heads of expenditure, financial allocation and actual utilization for last four years.
Nearly 10% - 12% of the total budget is allocated for research and development related
activities. Major heads of the expenditure are given below.
Actual Budget
Amount spent
Year
Expenditure Head
(Rs in Lakhs)
(Rs in Lakhs)
Capital Equipment
175
14
Printing and Stationery
23
10
2011-2012
Travelling Expenses
4
4
Salary to Research Associates
Capital Equipment
227
138
Printing and Stationery
10
38
2012-2013
Travelling Expenses
5
9
Salary to Research Associates
Capital Equipment
516
391
Printing and Stationery
44
28
2013-2014
Travelling Expenses
14
14
Salary to Research Associates
Capital Equipment
379
59
Printing and Stationery
31
29
2014-2015
Travelling Expenses
16
10
Salary to Research Associates
2.6
1.5
3.2.2 What are the financial provisions made in the College budget for supporting student
research projects?
Development of research in the educational institution is not only by the involvement of
staff members but also with the students. To motivate the research culture amongst the students
following initiatives are practiced by the college.
 For student innovative projects, funding of about Rs. 50,000/- is sanctioned to the
students through Innovation centre.
 On-duty leave and 50% of the registration fee is granted to the students for
presenting their innovative research work in the International conferences. As a
result of this, the students are very much interested to participate and present their
findings in the international conferences organized by universities abroad.
 E-journals like IEEE - ASPP, Elsevier, Springer, ASCE, EBSCO etc., are
subscribed to the central library
 Internet centre of connectivity with 100Mbps bandwidth and Wifi connectivity are
available in the campus.
 Laboratory facilities over and above the curriculum needs are provided
 Centre of Excellence for Virtual Instrumentation has been set up in the ECE
department for student projects
 The licensed software‟s are available in all the departments for the benefit of the
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student community
Students are encouraged to utilize various high end research equipments. The following
equipments are used by the students even after the working hours.
 Powder X-Ray Diffractometer
 Atomic Force Microscope
 Fourier Transform Infrared Spectrometer
 UV-Visible spectrophotometer
 Catia V5 Academic version
 Subsonic Wind tunnel
 Free and wall jet apparatus including 2D traversing mechanism
 Beam Test Setup
 Six cylinder Aircraft Piston Engine
 Jet Engine, Inverted metallurgical Microscope
 Trinocular Metallurgical Microscope
 Jominyend quench Apparatus
 Air Conditioning Test Rig
 Computerized IC Engine Test Rig
 Computerized Variable Compression Ratio Engine (Multi Fuel)
 Flue Gas Analyzer
 Radial Drilling Machine
 Floating Carriage Micrometer
 3D Coordinate Measuring Machine
 Ultrasonic Scanner
 Transducer And Displays
 MATLAB software
 LabVIEW Software
 BMI Kits and Electrodes
 NI-1722 smart camera
 Compression Testing Machine-200 tons
 Rebound Hammer
 Direct shear apparatus
 BOD incubator, etc.,
All the above provisions are made in the college to encourage and support student research
projects.
3.2.3 Is there a provision in the institution to provide seed money to faculty for research?
If so, what percentage of the faculty has received seed money in the last four years?
Yes, there is a provision in the institution to provide seed money to start up the research.
Seed money is released faculty encourage research. Nearly 10% of the faculty members from
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various departments have received the same during the last 4 years.
3.2.4 Are there any special efforts made by the College to encourage faculty to file for
patents? If so, provide details of patents filed and enumerate the sanctioned patents.
Yes, the college encourages its faculty to file patents and copyrights. If a faculty wishes
to file for patent or copyright, full funding is sanctioned by the Management. There are 15
patents filed by the faculty and out of which one has been approved.
List of Patents applied and sanctioned
S.No.
Name of the faculty
Title of the
Invention
1. Dr.P.Karuppuswamy Automobile Wind
Professor/Mech
Shield Wiper
2. Dr.P.Karuppuswamy Wire Binding
Professor /Mech
Machine
3. Dr.P.Karuppuswamy Abrasive Slurry
Professor /Mech
Agitator For
External Surface
Fininshing Process
4. Dr.A.Murugarajan
Professor /Mech
Regerative Braking
System in Bycycle
5. Dr.A.Murugarajan
Professor /Mech
Pneumatic Tricycle
For Physically
Challenged People
6. Dr.N.Srimath
Professor /Mech
Cladding On 410 L
Stainlesss On
Carbon Steel
ASTM A105 Valve
Academic Application
Field of Invention
year
No
2013-14
2811/CHE/2 The inventions relate to
013
windscreen wiper for
automobiles
and
particularly
hybrid
windscreen
wiper
devices.
2812/CHE/2 The inventions relate to
013
wire bending machine
which can be used as an
attachment in the lathe.
1663/CHE/2 The inventions relate to
014
an automated external
surface polishing of work
pieces using agitated
abrasive slurry.
2014-15
3195/CHE/2 The invention relates to a
014
mechanism
which
harness
the
kinetic
energy which is lost
during braking in a
bicycle and returns it
back to the drive thus
minimizing the pedal
effort require
3182/CHE/2 The invention relates to a
014
semi automated tricycle
using compressed air to
aid
mobility
for
physically
challenged
people
4523/CHE/2 The invention relates to
013
valve seat rings produced
using
a
powder
metallurgical process
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7. Dr.N.Srimath
Professor /Mech
Seat Ring Using
Plasma Transfer
Corrosion Resistant
Valve Seat Ring
6064/CHE/2 The invention relates to
013
valve seat rings produced
using
a
powder
metallurgical process
3192/CHE/2 This invention relates to
014
a device which is
specially designed for
performing the accurate
forming of bimetallic
sheets
3193/CHE/2 The invention relates to a
014
device which is capable
of shooting a table tennis
ball in sequence with the
capability of various
speeds, spin and direction
8. Mr.N.R.Karthik
Assistant Professor
/Mech
Sheet Roll Forming
Machine
9. Mr.N.R.Karthik
Assistant Professor
/Mech
Table Tennis Ball
Shooting Machine
10. Mr.N.R.Karthik
Assistant Professor
/Mech
Water Hyacinth pla
nt removing
machine
11. Mr.S.Balasanthosh
Assistant Professor
/Mech
Semi Automatic 4Wheel Nut
Remover &
Tightner
12. Mr.B.Brailson
Mansingh
Assistant Professor
/Mech
13. Mr.S.Ravi
Assistant Professor
/Mech
Semi Automatic
Cow Dung
Cleaning Machine
3196/CHE/2
014
Automatic Side
Stand Reliever
System
Granted
2256/CHE/2
007
14. Mr.S.Ravi
Assistant Professor
/Mech
Semi Automatic
Side Stand Lifter
3186/CHE/2
014
3189/CHE/2
014
3185/CHE/2
014
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This invention relates to
a device which removes
water hyacinth from
water
This invention relates to
car in which the nuts of
wheel are removed by
using semi automatic nut
remover it works on
torque given by the
motor
This invention relate to
semi automatic cow dung
cleaning machine in cow
shed.
The invention relate to a
mechanism employed for
retrieving of side stand in
two
wheeler
semi
automatically by using
mechanical lock and
links.
The invention relate to a
mechanism employed for
retrieving of side stand in
two
wheeler
semi
automatically by using
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15. Mr.S.Dinesh
Assistant Professor
/Mech
Mechanically
operated
Water Discharging
Machine
ratchet and pawl.
3194/CHE/2 The invention relates to a
014
mechanism employed for
storing water and to
supply the stored water
for
later
use,
by
employing
kinematic
links
List of Copyrights applied and Sanctioned
S.No.
Name of the Faculty
Title of the work
1.
Dr.P.Karuppuswamy Professor & Head,
Mr.J.Selvakumar Assistant Professor,
Mr.N.Senthil Kannan Assistant Professor(Sr.G),
Department of Mechanical Engineering
G.Anbarasu, Assistant Professor(Sl.G),
K.Karthikeyan Assistant Professor(Sr.G),
Department of Mechanical Engineering
T.R.Sathis Kumar, Assistant Professor(Sr.G),
M.Mahendran Assistant Professor(Sr.G),
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Dr.P.Karuppuswamy Professor & Head,
Mr.R.Sudhakar Assistant Professor(Sr.G),
Mr.Brailson Mansingh Assistant Professor,
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Mr.Brailson Mansingh Assistant Professor,
Mr.R.Sudhakar Assistant Professor(Sr.G),
Mr.M.S.Suresh Kumar Assistant Professor(Sl.G),
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Dr. B. Sharmila, Professor and
Mr. K. Pooventhan, Assistant Professor,
Department of Electronics and Instrumentation
Engineering
Mrs. D. Devasena, Assistant Professor and Mr.
M. Nagarajapandian, Assistant Professor,
Department of Electronics and Instrumentation
Engineering
Dr. K. Srinivasan, Professor and
Ms. K. C. Shanumugapriya, Assistant Professor,
Department of Electronics and Instrumentation
Engineering
Mrs. V. Rukkumani, Assistant Professor and
Mr. S. Vivek, Assistant Professor, Department of
Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering
Manufacturing Process
Laboratory Manual
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Register
Number
L-57054/2014
Heat Transfer
L-57047/2014
Laboratory Instruction
Manual
Thermal Engineering
L-57053/2014
System Laboratory
Instruction Manual
Mechatronics
L-60718/2014
Engineering Laboratory
Manual
Dynamics Laboratory
Instruction Manual
L-60718/2014
Virtual Instrumentation
Laboratory Manual
7139/2015CO/L
Electronic Circuits
Laboratory Manual
7139/2015CO/L
Electric Circuits
Laboratory Manual
7139/2015CO/L
Measurements and
7139/2015Transducers Laboratory CO/L
Manual
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3.2.5
Provide the following details of ongoing research projects:
Project
details
Minor
Projects
Year
Wise
20142015
20122013
Minor
Projects
20142015
Major
Projects
20132014
20142015
Number
Name of the Project
Name of the
Funding
Agency/Industry
A. College Funded
Hostel Administration System
Any Time Medical Assistance
(ATMA)
SNR Sons Trust
3
Coimbatore
Audio Visual Entertainment
and Acupressure Therapy for
Insomnia
B. Other Agencies - National and International (Specify)
Diagnostic tester for
predicting insulation
robustness of adjustable speed
drives
High Performance Brushless
dc drive for electrical vehicles
Hybrid Optimization
AICTE
5
Techniques for software Test
New Delhi
case Generation
Grant Enterpreneurship
Development Cell
A study on Problem and
Prospects of IPR in Indian
Pharmaceutical Industry
Investigation on Abrasive
Wear Properties of Plasma
sprayed Tungsten Carbide
The Institution of
(WC) with 12% Cobalt (Co)
Engineers (India)
2
coating to assess the
R&D Cell.
suitability for the application
as Hydro Turbine Blades
Magnetic Wheel Shaft
Development of Field –
DST under
Induced Manipulation of
INSPIRE Scheme
Evaporative Self- Assembly
Process
2
Innovation Management and
DST-NSTMIS
Practices in SME‟s:
Antecedents and Challenges
Funds for Improvement of
Science and Technology
DST - FIST
2
Infrastructure
Development of Colorimetric,
CSIR EMR(II)
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Total
Grant
Received
(Rs)
1,00,000
39,900
5,222
6,00,000
4,50,000
4,07,000
4,00,000
2,40,000
40,000
20,000
35,00,000
11,99,960
30,00,000
26,00,000
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„Selective – ion‟ and „IonPair‟ Sensor using
Fluorogenic and
Chromoflurogenic optical
materials
C. Industry Sponsored
Computational Fluid
Dynamics – Analysis in
Separator
Contact Button Erosion
20142015
11
Mont Bleu,
Coimbatore
LARSEN &
TOUBRO
Switchgear,
Malumichampatti
Quality Inspection System
Bi-metal Bearings
Identifying market potential of Root Industries,
water purifier
Coimbatore
Market potential
9KT Jewellery,
Coimbatore
Market potential for mobile
TIPCORP,
services among retailers
Coimbatore
Market potential for cleaning
Roots Multiclean
products in Goa, Bihar,
Ltd, Coimbatore
Chattisgar, Jarkand, Orissa
Sorting and turning the data
Larsen and
into graphical representation
Toubro,
to find the gaps in the delivery Coimbatore
Image Audit
Medical Tourism practices
Sri Ramakrishna
Hospital,
Perception on 20% fee
Coimbatore
reduction for faculty and
students
Yet to be
finalized
Yet to be
finalized
2,50,000
30,000
35,000
29,000
Goodwill
Goodwill
13,385
31,000
1,024
3.2.6 How many departments of the College have been recognized for their research
activities by national / international agencies (UGC-SAP, CAS, DST-FIST; DBT, ICSSR,
ICHR, ICPR, etc.) and what is the quantum of assistance received? Mention any two
significant outcomes or breakthrough due to such recognition.
All the eligible departments of our Institution are recognized as Research Departments
under Anna University, Chennai. As an impact of this, there is an increase in the number of Ph.D
registrations in the department.
 The institute is recognised under DST-FIST for infrastructure development and has been
sanctioned a sum of Rs.30 lakhs towards the same.
 The institute is also recognised for projects through CSIR.
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Significant Outcomes:
 Due to the recognition of the institution under DST – FIST, the additional research
infrastructure for interdisciplinary research have been established resulting in noteworthy
research publications.
 Due to the recognition and sanction of projects under DST-INSPIRE, one Research
Assistant is recruited, who has also registered for full time Ph.D.
 Due to the recognition and sanction of projects under CSIR-EMR - II, one Research
Fellow is recruited, who has also registered for full time Ph.D.
 Under DST-NSTMIS, the collaboration with small, medium enterprise has increased,
resulting in student projects, industry internships, consultancy and training assignments.
 Totally 74 projects have been sanctioned by various funding agencies like AICTE,
TNSCST, IEEE, IE, DST, CSIR etc., since 2011.
 A total amount of Rs 2.4 Crores has been sanctioned.
3.2.7 List details of completed research projects undertaken by the College faculty in the
last four years and mention the details of grants received for such projects (funded by
Industry/ National/International agencies).
S.No Description
Number of Projects
1
Completed Research Projects sanctioned by the 17
Government agencies in the last 4 years
2
Ongoing Research Projects sanctioned by the 18
Government agencies in the last 4 years
3
Consultancy Projects sponsored by Industries in the last 51
4 years
Total Amount
: Rs. 2.82 Crores
List of the sanctioned sponsored research projects
Academic
Year
Department
Project area
Mechanical
Engineering
Modernization of CAD/CAM
Laboratory
Investigations of the effects of
Centrifugal assistance on
surface quality in abrasive flow
machining process
Electrical and
Electronics
Engineering
High performance Brushless Dc
Drive for Electric Vehicles
2012-2013
2012-2013
2011-2012
20122014
2013-2014
Electronics and
Communication
Engineering
Performance Analysis of BER
using QUALNET for MIMO
wireless Communication
Receiver
Communication Engineering
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Sponsored
Organization
AICTE /
MODROBS
Amount
in Rs.
13,60,000
AICTE / RPS
4,05,000
AICTE / RPS
4,50,000
AICTE / RPS
AICTE /
8,50,000
9,10,000
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MODROBS
2012-2013
2011-2012
2013-2014
Computer
Science and
Engineering
Information
Technology
Electronics and
Instrumentation
Engineering
2013-2014
2014-2015
2010-2011
2011-2012
2012-2013
2013-2014
Biomedical
Engineering
Aeronautical
Engineering
Master of
Business
Administration
Chemistry
Economical Software
Development for Small Scale
Industries and Educational
Institutions using Agile
Methodology
Detecting Suspicious Activity in
Video Surveillance Systems
Economical Software
Development for Small Scale
Industries and Educational
Institutions using Agile
Methodology
Establishment of Storage
Management Laboratory
Transducer Engineering
Design a voice controlled three
fingered robotic Arm
Audio visual Entertainment and
Acupressure Therapy for
Insomnia
AICTE
15,00,000
AICTE / RPS
10,50,000
AICTE/RPS
15,00,000
AICTE /
MODROBS
5,00,000
AICTE /
MODROBS
17,35,420
TNSCST
7,500
ICTACT
10,000
Aerodynamics
Institution of
Engineers
TNSCST
Intellectual Property Rights
AICTE / RPS
Aerodynamics
Piezoelectric Power Generation
from Cadmium oxide based
nanocomposites
90,000
6,000
2,40,000
TNSCST
7,500
List of Consultancy Projects Undertaken
Academic
Year
2011-2012
Department
Mechanical
Engineering
Area of Consultancy
ISO 9001:2008 Certification
Process
Design and Development of
All Terrain Vehicle
Investigation and suggestion
for material in safety valve
screws of oil wells
Design and fabrication of
industrial paper punching
Amount in
Rs.
1,00,000
Industry
SNS Sons Charitable
Trust
SNR Sons Charitable
Trust
1,62,000
Sirius Engineering Pvt.,
Ltd., Coimbatore
1,10,000
Sri Sakthi Promotional
Litho Press,
1,00,000
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machine for double loop wire o
binding
Design of Special Purpose
Machine for machining
domestic pump casing
Design and Development of
All Terrain Vehicle
Design and fabrication of
industrial paper punching
machine for double loop wire o
binding
Design of Special Purpose
Machine for machining
domestic pump casing
Evaluation of Geometrical
features of non return valve.
Design and Fabrication of Test
Rig for Torque Measurement
of 3” Two Piece Class 3 Ball
Valve
Design and Development of
All Terrain Vehicle
Investigation on Abrasive
Wear Properties of Plasma
Sprayed Tungsten Carbide
(WC) with 12% Cobalt (Co)
Coating to Assess the
Suitability for the Application
as Hydro Turbine Blades
Mechanical support systems
for visual inspection systems
Industry oriented NX CAM
Express Programme for
Polytechnic students
2014-2015
2013-2014
Electrical and
Electronics
Coimbatore
HydroMax Industries,
Coimbatore
1,00,000
SNR Sons Charitable
Trust
3,00,000
Sri Sakthi Promotional
Litho Press,
Coimbatore
1,00,000
HydroMax Industries,
Coimbatore
1,00,000
Larsen & Toubro
Valves Pvt. Ltd.,
Coimbatore
1,00,000
Larsen & Toubro
Valves Pvt. Ltd.,
Coimbatore
1,50,000
SNR Sons Charitable
Trust
3,00,000
The Institution of
Engineers (India) –
R&D Cell
Bimetal bearing Pvt.
Ltd
2,50,000
Sri Ramakrishna
Polytechnic College
Students Projects
CSIR - Trivandrum
Materials Engineering
Development of Valve
Materials
Development of nano valve
materials –
Analysis of Nylon Hammer
head
NRCM-IISc Banglore
M/s Larsen & Toubro
Valves, Coimbatore
M/s CAMRON,
Coimbatore
M/s Bullwalk,
Coimbatore
Larsen & Toubro
Switchgear,
Contact button erosion
40,000
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54000
Good Will
Good Will
Good Will
Good Will
Good Will
Yet to be
Finalized
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Engineering
Air-horn cut –coil problem
Ventilator Test Kit
2011-2012
2013-2014
2014-2015
2012-2013
2014-2015
2013-2014
2014-2015
2011-2012
2012-2013
2011-2012
2012-2013
2014-2015
2013-2014
Establishment of Call
Electronics and
Monitoring System for
Communication
EPBAX
Engineering
Automated Illumination
Inspection System for
Automobile Instrument Cluster
Malumichampatti
Roots Industry India
Private Ltd.,
Coimbatore
Pricol Medical System
Limited
Sri Ramakrishna
Polytechnic College
Good Will
MaxEye Technologies
Private Limited,
Bangalore.
S & K Apparels,
Electronics and Textile
Tirupur
Communication Management System
Engineering
Payroll Automation System
Bhishma Agro Food
Products Pvt. Ltd,
Annur, Coimbatore.
Hostel Administration System SNR Sons Trust
Sri Ramakrishna
Staff Salary Computerization
College of Arts and
System
Information
Science for Women
Technology
Automated Hostel
SNR Sons Trust
Management System
Virtual Instrumentation
Pricol Ltd., Coimbatore
Mechanical Engineering
V.C.Enterprises,
Coimbatore
Automation in Engineering
Alpha Helical Pumps
Pvt. Ltd., Coimbatore
Electronics and
Instrumentation Textile Technology
Prachidhi Spinners Pvt.
Engineering
Ltd., Udumalpet
Process Control
MINANU
Technologies,
Coimbatore
Virtual Instrumentation
Pricol Ltd., Coimbatore
Enegy Auditing of the
Hansen Drives,
Aeronautical
Chilling plant
Coimbatore
Engineering
Civil
Engineering
Nanoscience
and Technology
Concrete Cube Testing
Steel Testing
Testing Services
SREC – Civil
Construction
CIET – SREC Alumni
Academic Institutions
in and around
Coimbatore
Sri Ramakrishna Engineering College – NAAC - SSR (Self Study Report)
1,20,000
1,60,575
Pricol Pvt. Ltd
Modulation Accuracy
Measurements for DVB Signal
Yet to be
Finalized
Good Will
6,000
17,000
1,00,000
26,000
1,00,000
1,00,000
5,00,000
2,50,000
2,15,000
1,50,000
40,000
Good Will
Good Will
1,000
37,501
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Testing Services
2014-2015
Perception Analysis of 20%
fee reduction in Sri
Ramakrishna Hospital
Medical Tourism
2012-2013
Master of
Business
Administration
2014-2015
2011-2012
Master of
Computer
Application
Academic Institutions
in and around
Coimbatore
1,31,740
Sri Ramakrishna
Hospital
Sri Ramakrishna
Hospital
Image Audit
Sri Ramakrishna
Hospital
Identifying Market Potential of ROOTS Industries,
Water Purifier
Coimbatore
Market Potential for 9KT
9KT Jewellery,
Jewellery
Coimbatore
Market Potential for Mobile
TIPCORP
Services among Retailers
Market Potential for Cleaning
Product in Goa, Bihar,
Roots Multiclean Ltd,
Chattisgarh , Jharkhand,
Coimbatore
Orissa
Sorting and Turning the Data
into Graphical Representation Larsen & Toubro,
to find the Gaps in the
Coimbatore
Delivery
Vehicle Maintenance System
SNR Sons Charitable
Trust
Online Examination
Nuclear power
Corporation Limited
(NPCIL) and
Rehabilitation Council
of India (RCI)
1,024
31,000
13,385
30,000
35,000
29,000
Good Will
Good Will
1,04,200
1,45,220
3.3
Research Facilities
3.3.1. What efforts are made by the College to keep pace with the infrastructure
requirements to facilitate Research? How and what strategies are evolved to meet the needs
of researchers?
 The college takes all efforts to facilitate research by keeping pace with the infrastructure
requirements.
 With the developments in the field of Nanoscience and Technology, the Management took
the decision to establish the research laboratory in this field. In this regard, the
Management has sanctioned Rs. 2.2 Crores for the development of Synthesis and
Characterisation laboratories of Nanoscience and Technology department
 Rs 18.96 Lakhs for setting up CMM laboratory with 3D printing facility in Mechanical
Engineering department.
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 Centre of Excellence for Virtual Instrumentation has been set up in the Department of
Electronics and Communication Engineering with an initial amount of 2 Crores sponsored
by the management.
 In total for the last two years the Management has invested Rs. 2.8 Crores for
enhancing the infrastructural facilities towards the development of research in the
college.
 The Department of Science and Technology sponsored the college under DST-FIST and
DST-INSPIRE schemes.
 Furthermore, for the DST-FIST project under 50-50 mode, the Management has
contributed 50% of the total sanctioned amount (Rs. 15 Lakhs).
 Hard copies of the research journals and e-journals are annually subscribed to the college
library.
S.No Academic year Amount spent (in Lakhs) for E-journals
1
2012-13
28.08
2
2013-14
28.62
3
2014-15
30.21
3.3.2. Does the College have an information resource centre to cater to the needs of
researchers? If yes, provide details on the facility.
Yes. The college has a centralized library with a digital library facility as well. The
details of the facilities available in the information centre are shown below.
S.No
Library details
Number of resources
1.
Number of Volumes
70,737
2.
Number of International Journals
67
3.
Number of National Journals
155
4.
Number of National Magazine
18
5.
Number of International Magazine
12
6.
Number of E-Journal as IEEE,
648
Elsevier Springer, Informatic, etc
7.
Number of Articles/E-books
14,000
3.3.3. Does the College provide residential facilities (with computer and internet facilities)
for research scholars and faculty?
Yes. The college provides residential facilities for research scholars and the faculty. The
campus including hostel are 24×7 Wi-Fi accessed to enhance research.
3.3.4. Does the College have a specialized research centre/ workstation to address
challenges of research programmes? If yes, give details.
Yes. The college has DST-FIST research centre in the campus. In addition to this every
department has got certain exclusive infrastructure established with a focus of research.
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These facilities include
 Synthesise and characterisation with the State of the art equipments imported.
 Centre of Excellence in Virtual Instrumentation which is certified as LabVIEW academy
 Authorized Siemen‟s Research centre for PLM
 Co-ordinate Measuring Machine and facilities for additive manufacturing
 Workstations and high end servers are available in every department to address the
challenges of the research programs
3.3.5. Does the College have research facilities (centre, etc.) of regional, national and
international recognition/repute? Give a brief description of how these facilities are made
use of by researchers from other laboratories.
Yes. The college has research facilities of Regional and National recognition and repute.
All the departments are recognised research departments of Anna University, Chennai which is a
National and Regional recognition.
The DST-FIST laboratory established through the funding from Department of Science
and Technology is the facility which has a National Recognition. All the research facilities
available are made use of by the researchers from academic institutions and also laboratories.
For example, the facilities in the Department of Nanoscience and Technology, like X-Ray
Diffraction Spectro meter, Atomic Force Microscope, Electro chemical workstation, Chemical
Vapour Deposition Chamber are used by the students of the various institutions in Tamilnadu
and Kerala.
On an average in a month 57 researchers use this facilities.
Apart from this the facilities in the department of mechanical engineering are made use of
by the industries like
 Roots Pvt. Ltd., Coimbatore
 Larsen and Toubro, Coimbatore
 Cameron, Coimbatore
 Montebleu, Coimbatore
3.4
Research Publications and Awards
3.4.1. Highlight the major research achievements of the College through the following:
Major papers presented in regional, national and international conferences
S. No.
Year
1
2
3
4
2011-2012
2012-2013
2013-2014
2014-2015
Number of Papers Presented in
National/International Conferences
138
135
165
125
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Publication per Faculty
S. No.
Year
Number of
Publications
1
2
3
4
2011-2012
2012-2013
2013-2014
2014-2015
109
172
210
228
Number of
Faculties
Published
49
73
101
116
Publication
per faculty
2.2
2.4
2.1
2.0
Faculty serving on the editorial boards of national and international journals and reviewers
S.No.
Department
1.
Mechanical
Engineering
2.
3.
4.
7.
Biomedical
Engineering
Electrical and
Electronics
Engineering
10.




Dr.B.Balasubramanian
Dr.C.S.Ravichandran
Dr.Adhavan
Prof.S.P.Rajkumar
Dr.S.U. Prabha
8.
9.
Mr.C.Bhagyanthan
Dr.G.Gopu
5.
6.
Name of the Reviewer
Dr. J. David Rathnaraj
Electronics and Dr. M. Jagadeeshwari
Communication
Engineering
Dr. S. Jayanthy











11.
12.
13.
Computer
Science
Engineering
Dr.P.Perumal


Name of the Journal
International journal of Science
Engineering and Technology
Transaction of Mechatronics
International Journal of Information and
Communication Technology
Journal of Electrical Engineering and
Technology
IEEE International Conference on Green
Computing, Communication and Electrical
Engineering
Journal of Advanced Research in Electrical
and Electronics Engineering
Journal of Vibration and Control
IEEE – Petroleum and chemical Industry
Committee
Journal of Circuits, Systems and Computers
National Journal of Technology
Pearson India – Book Reviewer
Journal of Engineering Science and
Technology
Association for the Advancements of
Modelling and Simulation in Enterprises
Knowledge Based System
Institution of Engineering and Technology
Image Processing
WSEAS Transactions on Information
Science and Applications
International Journal of computer Science
and Software Engineering
Information Engineering and Applications
Dr.B.Mathivanan

Dr.P.Mathiazhagan
 International Journal Signal and Image
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
14.
15.
16.
Electronics and
Instrumentation
Engineering
17.
Mrs.R.Kingsy Grace

Mrs.R.Anuradha



Dr.K.Srinivasan





Dr.B.Sharmila
18.
English
Dr. Vathana Fenn

19.
Nanoscience
and Technology
20.
Dr.T.DanielThangaduari
Prof.C.Narendhar






Management
Studies
21.
Dr.K.Chithra


Processing
Global Journal of Computer Science and
Technology
International Journal of Computational
Intelligence Systems
Journal of Grid Computing
International Journal of Fuzzy Systems
Journal of Engineering Science and
Technology
ICTACT Journal of Image and Video
Processing
Asian Journal of Control
Journal of Vibration and Control
Journal of Applied Soft Computing
International Journal of Language in India
Vol. I & II
SpectrochemicaActa Part A: Molecular and
Bimolecular Spectroscopy
The Chemical Society of Ethiopia
Journal of Applied Polymer
Arabian Journal of Chemistry
International Research Journal of Public
and Environmental Health
International Journal of Management and
International Business Studies
International journal of Advance in
Management and Economics
Internal Journal of Advance Research in
Science and Engineering
International Conference on Science,
Technology
Faculty members on the organization committees of international conferences, recognized
by reputed organizations / societies.
S.No
Name of the faculty
Department
1.
Dr.P.Karuppuswamy
Mechanical
Name of the International
Role of the
Conference
Faculty
All India Student Council of Advisory
Engineering College/
Member
Polytechnic Student‟s
Chapter for three
consecutive years from
2012 to 2015 constituted by
The Institution of
Engineers-India (Kolkata)
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2.
3.
4.
Dr.A.Murugarajan
Mr.M.S.Suresh
kumar
Mr.B.Brailson
Mansingh
5.
Dr.J.David
Rathnaraj
6.
Mr.C.Bhagyanathan
7.
Dr.S.U.Prabha
EEE
17th International
Conference on
Instrumentation Technology
to be held at Venice, Italy
during August 14th -15th ,
2015
16th International
Conference on
Instrumentation Technology
held at Venice, Italy during
August 14th -15th , 2014
3rd International
Conference on Advances in
Mechanics Engineering
(ICAME 2014) which was
held during July 28-29,
2014 in Hong Kong
International Conference on
Industrial Engineering and
Applications (ICIEA 2014,
workshop of ICFCC 2014)
in Sydney, Australia on
May 29-30, 2014
2nd International
Conference on Industrial
Engineering and
Applications (ICIEA 2015)
which was held in
Singapore during May2022, 2015
3rd Global Conference on
Materials Science and
Engineering (CMSE 2014),
held at Shanghai
International Exhibition
Center, China.
7th IEEE sponsored
International conference in
Intelligent System and
Control, Karpagam college
of Engineering, 2013
Transaction of
Mechatronics
International Conference on
“Electrical Electronics
Instrumentation and
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Asvisory
Committee
Member
Technical
Committee
Member
Distinguished
Committee
Member
Committee
Member
Conference
Technical
Chair
Reviewer
Reviewer
Reviewer
Technical
Member
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8.
9.
Dr.B.Adhavan
Dr.N.R.Alamelu
ECE
Computer Communication
(E2IC2 '2014)”, Karpagam
college of Engineering,
Coimbatore.
IEEE International
Conference on “Information
Processing” from 16th – 19th
December 2014 organised
by the department of
Electronics Engineering,
Vishwakarma Institute of
Technology, Pune.
“IEEE International
Conference on Electrical,
Computer And
Communication
Technologies” held at SVS
College of Engineering,
Coimbatore during 05th 07th , March 2015
International Conference on
“Power and Energy Systems
: Towards Sustainable
Energy (PESTSE
2016)”from 21st – 23rd
January, 2016 to be held at
Amrita School of
Engineering, Bangalore,
Karnataka.
International Conference on
“Emerging Trends in
Engineering, Technology
and Science” (ICETETS2016) to be held during 24th
– 26th February, 2016 at
Kings College of
Engineering, Tamil Nadu.
1st International Conference
on Electrical,
Instrumentation and Control
Engineering (EICE2014),
Chicago, Illinois, USA
IEEE Region 10 Meet
organized by IEEE AsiaPacific Limited, Malaysia
during 1st and 2nd March
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Technical
Member
Technical
Member
Technical
Member
Technical
Member
Organizing
Committee
Chair Person
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10.
11.
Dr.M.Jagadeeswari
Dr.S.Jayanthi
2014
2nd IEEE national
Conference on emerging
trends in new and
renewable energy sources &
energy management(NCET
NRES EM – 2014)
organized by
Arupadaiveedu Institute of
Technology, Chennai
ICCNT‟14 organized by
MEPCO Schlenk
Engineering College,
Virudhunagar during 18th –
19th December 2014
IEEE – EPIC 2014 and
International Conference
held at Kumaraguru College
of Technology, Coimbatore
International Conference
ICACCS 2015, organized
by Sri Eshwar College of
Engineering and
Technology, Coimbatore
during January 2015
Future Auto & Electric
Mobility Mega Exhibition
& Conference –
ITEC INDIA 2015,
organized by IEEE – SAE
India
Women Leadership Summit
organized by WIE during
September 2015
National conference
organized by CSI during
2016
TENCON 2017 to be held
at Chennai
International Conference of
Embedded Systems, Amrita
University, Coimbatore
The 3rd International
Conference on Innovative
Research in Engineering
and
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Technical
Advisory
Committee
Member and
Chief Guest
International
Program
Committee
member
IEEE
Chairperson
Chief Guest
Member and
Special Invitee
Member
Member
Member
Reviewer
Chair Person
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12.
Dr.M.S.Geetha
Devasena
CSE
13.
Dr.P.Mathialagan
14.
Dr.M.Senthamil
Selvi
IT
Technology(iCIRET2015)
at Park college of
Engineering and
Technology, Coimbatore.
AICTE Sponsored National Chair Person
Conference on “Research
Challenges in Wireless
Communication systems
&VLSI Design" at PSG
College of Technology,
Coimbatore.
Recent Advances In
Member
Computer Science And
Engineering and
Information Technology
RACSEIT-12
National Conference On
Member
Advanced Computing
Networking and Cyber
Security ACNCS-14
IEEE Conference,
Chair Person
Karpagam College of
Engineering, Coimbatore
IEEE International
Chair Person
Conference on Electronics
and Communication
Systems, Karpagam
College of Engineering,
Coimbatore.
IEEE International
Reviewer
Conference on Intelligence
Interactive Systems and
Assistive Technologies,
Kurmaraguru College of
Technology, Coimbatore.
National Reviewer of ISCO National
2013 – International
Reviewer
Conference on Intelligent
Systems and Control,
Karpagam College of
Engineering, Coimbatore.
International Conference on Chair Person
Intelligent Systems and
Control, Karpagam College
of Engineering,
Coimbatore.
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15.
16.
Dr.K.Deepa
Dr.V.Karpagam
International Conference on
Intelligent Systems and
Control, Karpagam College
of Engineering,
Coimbatore.
IEEE International
Conference, Karpagam
College of Engineering,
Coimbatore.
Chair Person
Chair Person
3.4.2. Does the College publish research journal(s)? If yes, indicate the composition of the
editorial board, publication policies and whether it is listed in international database.
Yes. The college publishes International journal from the department of Management
studies.
Title
: International Journal of Contemporary Management: Theory and Practices
ISSN No
: 2395-4728
Composition of Editorial Board
Editor
: Dr.K.Chitra, Director, Department of Management Studies
Associate Editor
: Dr.R.Mary Metilda, Professor, Department of Management Studies
Editorial Advisory Board and Editorial Review Panel:
Dr.Angappa Gunasekaran, Professor, University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth, USA
Rajendar K. Garg, Professor of Marketing, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, USA
Dr. Sharda S. Nandram , Associate Professor at Nyenrode Business Universiteit, University in
Breukelen, Netherlands
Dr.Murali Rajan, Associate Professor, Kania School of Business, University of Scranton,
Pennyslvania
Dr.D.Israel, Professor,Xaviour Labour Research Institute (XLRI), India
Dr.Rajendra Nargundkar,Senior-Dean Academics, IMT-Ghaziabad, India
Dr.Mathew J.Manimala, Professor, IIM-Bangalore, India
Reviewers
Dr.Srini.R.Srinivasan, Professor, Vivekananda Education Society, Mumbai, India.
Dr. S. Clement Sudahar, Professor,Karunya University,India
Dr.N.Vivek, Associate Professor, PSG Institute of Management, Coimbatore
Dr. Zabiulla, Associate Professor, Sambhram Academy of Management Studies, Bangalore
Dr.P.John Ben,Associate Professor, , Xavier Institute of Management & Entrepreneurship,
Bangalore.
3.4.3. Give details of publications by the faculty: (2011-12 to 2014-15)
S.No.
1
2
3
Description
Peer-reviewed Publications (including multiple authors)
Monographs
Chapters in Books
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17
13
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4
5
6
7
Editing Books
Books with ISBN number
Number listed in International database (For e.g. Web of
Science, Scopus, Humanities International Complete, Dare
Database - International Social Sciences Directory, EBSCO
host, etc.)
Citation Index – Range/Average
8
SNIP
9
SJR
10
Impact factor – Range/Average
11
h-index
3
7
350
Min: 1, Max : 70
Average : 2.89
Min: 0.121, Max :
1.815
Min: 0.11, Max :
1.57
Min: 0.123, Max :
6.81
Average : 1.089
Min: 1, Max : 27
3.4.4 Indicate the average number of successful M.Phil. and Ph.D scholars guided per
faculty.
S.No
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
Name of the Supervisor
Department
Dr. P. Karuppuswamy
Dr.J.David Rathnaraj
Dr.A. Murugarajan
Mechanical
Dr.S.Venkat Prasat
Dr.J.Yoganandh
Dr. A. Ebenezer
Jeyakumar
EEE
Dr.C.S.Ravichandran
Dr. S. U. Prabha
Dr. N. R. Alamelu
Dr.M.Jagadeeswari
ECE
Dr. N.Sathishkumar
Dr. N. Rajkumar
CSE
Dr.A.Grace Selvarani
Dr.K.Sudararaj
Aeronautical
Dr. T. Daniel Thangadurai Nanoscience
and
Dr. Moorthi Pichumani
Technology
Dr. K. Chitra
MBA
Dr.R.Mary Metilda
Dr.C.V.Seshaiah
Mathematics
Number of
scholars
currently
working
7
3
1
1
2
5
Number of
scholars
Completed from
2011-2015
1
13
12
9
4
3
3
11
2
7
3
5
8
1
2
2
-
6
6
8
8
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20.
21.
22.
23.
Dr. P. Maheswari Naik
Dr. K. Uthayarani
Dr. R. Kesavasamy
Dr. N. Neelakandeswari
Physics
Chemistry
2
1
4
2
2
-
3.4.5 What is the stated policy of the College to check malpractices and misconduct in
research?
The college has got a very firm policy to check plagiarism in publication, so that no
malpractice in research.
Plagiarism is examined through Open Access Plagiarism Check Project (OAPs), Turnitin
(U.K. based), Docloc (German) software by the college.
3.4.6 Does the College promote interdisciplinary research? If yes, how many inter
departmental / inter disciplinary research projects have been undertaken and mention the
number of departments involved in such an endeavour.
Yes, the college is highly fascinated to promote interdisciplinary research.
 To inculcate it properly into the minds of students, interdisciplinary electives are
provided to the third year students as a part of their curriculum.
 Main motto of the Research Council constituted is to promote the same.
Sample list of interdisciplinary projects:
S. No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Collaborating departments
Mechanical Engineering and
Electronics and Instrumentation
Engineering
Mechanical Engineering and
Nanoscience and Technology
Biomedical Engineering and
Nanoscience and Technology
Biomedical Engineering and
Nanoscience and Technology
Biomedical Engineering and
Nanoscience and Technology
Biomedical Engineering and
Nanoscience and Technology
Mechanical Engineering and
Nanoscience and Technology
Biomedical Engineering and Sri
Ramakrishna Hospital,
Coimbatore
Biomedical Engineering and Sri
Ramakrishna Hospital,
Coimbatore
Title of the Project
Automated Vision Inspection System for
Bimetal Bearings Ltd., Coimbatore
(ongoing)
Carbon Nano Tubes based Nano Fluids for
heat exchangers (ongoing)
Fabrication of Urea Biosensor for Dialysate
Monitoring
A synergistic synthesis and characterization
of CNTs for Biomedical Application
Synthesis and Characterization of Chitosan
coated iron oxide nanoparticles
Fabrication of Chitosan-TiO2 Composite
wound dressing material
Fabrication of NiO/Al2O3 based Catalytic
converters for elimination of exhaust
pollutants
Audio Visual Entrainment and Acupressure
Therapy for Insomnia
ATMA (Any Time Medical Assistance)
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10
11
12
13
Deparment of Chemistry and
Department of Nanoscience and
Technology
Civil Engineering and
Nanoscience and Technology
Mechanical Engineering and
Nanoscience and Technology
Mechanical Engineering and
Nanoscience and Technology
Piezoelectric Power Generation using CdO
based nanocomposite
Carbon Nano Tube based
concrete(ongoing)
Investigation on Nano coating of
molybdenum by electrophoretic deposition
process on aluminium.
Investigation on Nano Coating of Zirconia
by Electrico deposition on A105 Carbon
Steel
3.4.7 Mention the research awards instituted by the College.
For all the sanctioned research projects, 10% of the total grant is provided as an incentive
to the Principal Investigator and Co-Investigator by the management.
3.4.8 Provide details of the following
Research awards received by the faculty
1. Dr. J. Yoganandh, Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering has been sponsored by
The Department of Science & Technology, India under Young Scientist Scheme to
present a paper titled “Thermal Spray Coated FG 260 Cast Iron and its Surface
Characterization by Spectroscopic Techniques” at the International Conference on
Surface Modification Technology held at Ecully Centrale De-Lyon, France.
2. Dr. J. Yoganandh, Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering received the Best
Paper Award for the paper titled “Erosion Behavior of High Chromium Iron Under
Mining Conditions Using Orthogonal Array” presented at the National Conference on
Corrosion, Surface Engineering & Tribology (CST 2013), held at NIT, Tiruchirappalli.
3. Mr. N. Dinesh, Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering has received the Best Paper
Award for the paper entitled “An Experimental approach enhancing the concrete strength
of its resisting property by nano silica fly ash” presented at the Karpagam College of
Engineering.
4. Dr. K. Chitra, Director MBA was awarded the Best Manuscript published in the year
for 2013 by the Standard International Journals for the title „Drift in Global Microfinance
Industry- An empirical Study‟.
Recognition received by the faculty from reputed professional bodies and agencies
1. Dr.M.Jagadeeswari, Professor / ECE, has awarded “Faculty Fellowship” at the 28th
International Conference on VLSI and Embedded systems 2015 held at Bangalore.
2. Dr. P. Moorthi, Associate Professor from the Department of Nanoscience and
Technology has received “INSPIRE Faculty Award” by the Department of Science and
Technology.
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3.4.9 State the incentives given to faculty for receiving state, national and international
recognitions for research contributions.
 As a reward of the research contribution, 10% of the net consultancy and testing
revenue will be given as an incentive to the Principal investigator.
 To carry out the research effectively, the academic workload is adjusted.
 For patent filing and copyright filing, 100% of the filing charges are sponsored by
the college.
 Registration fees are provided to the faculty members for attending International
Conferences held outside India.
In addition to above all, these recognitions are given due consideration in annual appraisal,
career advancement and elevation.
3.5
Consultancy
3.5.1 What is the stated policy of the College for structured consultancy? List a few
important consultancy services undertaken by the College.
The institute has a policy for structured consultancy. There is a senior professional,
designated as chief officer-industry institute interface acting as a single point of contact to
coordinate with industries for consultancy services. These services are offered by various
departments include conducting technical and management development program, testing
services, consultancy services, collaboration services and industrial problem solving.
Services offered are,
 Testing
 Collaborative projects
 Consultancy
 Technical and Management development programmes
Sample list of consultancy services under taken by the college :
S.No
Title of the project
Sponsoring society/trust
Department of Mechanical Engineering
1.
ISO 9001:2008 Certification Process
SNS Sons Charitable Trust
2.
Design and Development of All Terrain Vehicle
SNR Sons Charitable Trust
Investigation and suggestion for material in safety
Sirius Engineering (p)Ltd.,
3.
valve screws of oil wells
Coimbatore
Design and fabrication of industrial paper punching
Sri Sakthi Promotional Litho
4.
machine for double loop wire o binding
press, Coimbatore
Design of Special Purpose Machine for machining
HydroMax Industries,
5.
domestic pump casing
Coimbatore
6.
Design and Development of All Terrain Vehicle
SNR Sons Charitable Trust
Design and fabrication of industrial paper punching
Sri Sakthi Promotional Litho
7.
machine for double loop wire o binding
press, Coimbatore
Design of Special Purpose Machine for machining
HydroMax Industries,
8.
domestic pump casing
Coimbatore
Evaluation of Geometrical features of non return
Larsen & Toubro Valves Pvt.
9.
valve.
Ltd., Coimbatore
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10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
31.
Design and Fabrication of Test Rig for Torque
Measurement of 3” Two Piece Class 3 Ball Valve
Design and Development of All Terrain Vehicle
Investigation on Abrasive Wear Properties of Plasma
Sprayed Tungsten Carbide (WC) with 12% Cobalt
(Co) Coating to Assess the Suitability for the
Application as Hydro Turbine Blades
Mechanical support systems for visual inspection
systems
Industry oriented NX CAM Express Programme for
Polytechnic students
Students Projects
Materials Engineering
Larsen & Toubro Valves Pvt.
Ltd., Coimbatore
SNR Sons Charitable Trust
The Institution of Engineers
(India) – R&D Cell
Bimetal bearing Pvt Ltd
Sri Ramakrishna Polytechnic
College
CSIR - Trivandrum
NRCM-IISC Banglore
M/s Larsen & Toubro Valves,
Development of Valve Materials
Coimbatore
Development of Nano valve materials
M/s CAMRON, Coimbatore
Analysis of Nylon Hammer head
M/s Bullwalk, Coimbatore
Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering
Larsen & Toubro Switchgear,
Contact button erosion
Malumichampatti
Roots Industry India Private
Air-horn cut –coil problem
Ltd., Coimbatore
Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering
MaxEye Technologies Private
Modulation Accuracy Measurements for DVB Signal
Limited, Bangalore.
Establishment of Call Monitoring System for
Sri Ramakrishna Polytechnic
EPBAX
College, Coimbatore
Automated Illumination Inspection System for
Pricol Pvt. Ltd., Coimbatore
Automobile Instrument Cluster
Ventilator Test Kit
Pricol Medical System Limited
Department of Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering
Automated vision Inspection System
Bi-metal Bearings Pvt. Ltd.,
Department of Computer Science and Engineering
SNR Sons Trust / Project
Automated Hostel Management System
Consultancy
Textile
S & K Apparels,
Management System
Tirupur / / Project Consultancy
Bhishma Agro Food Products
Payroll Automation System
Pvt. Ltd, Annur, Coimbatore. /
/ Project Consultancy
Sri Ramakrishna College of
Staff Salary Computerization System
Arts and Science for Women
Department of Biomedical Engineering
Development of software for ventilator test kit
Pricol Ltd., Coimbatore
project
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32.
33.
34.
35.
36.
37.
38.
39.
40.
41.
42.
43.
44.
45.
46.
47.
48.
49.
50.
Current and Voltage requirement for Anodizing the
Alfin Industries - Phase 1
cooking vessels
Massage product development required to help
Nivrithi Hospital
asthma patients
Current and Voltage requirement for Anodizing the
Alfin Industries - Phase 2
Separators
project work in the Pulmonology
KG Hospital
Designed timer circuit for regulating X-ray exposure
MITS Medical System
time in refurbishment of X-ray equipments
Medical Textile production using plant sourcesSri Karpagam Mills India
Mediware
Pvt.Ltd.
Scientific Advisory Board member
FyrstaSolutions Ltd,Chennai
Pain management program and its relevant projects
FyrstaSolutions Ltd,Chennai
Department of Aeronautical Engineering
Enegy Auditing of the Chilling plant
Hansen Drives
Fluid Dynamics- Analysis in Separator
Mont Bleu, Computational
Department of Management Studies
Identifying Market Potential of Water Purifier
Roots Industries, Coimbatore
Market Potential
9KT Jewellery, Coimbatore
Market Potential for Mobile Services among
TIP Corporation
Retailers
Market Potential for Cleaning Product in Goa, Bihar, Roots Multiclean Ltd,
Chattisgarh , Jharkhand, Orissa
Coimbatore
Sorting and Turning the Data into Graphical
Larsen & Toubro, Coimbatore
Representation to find the Gaps in the Delivery
Sri Ramakrishna Hospital,
Image Audit
Coimbatore
Sri Ramakrishna Hospital,
Medical Tourism Practices
Coimbatore
Perception on 20% Fee Reduction for Faculty &
Sri Ramakrishna Hospital,
Students
Coimbatore
Larsen and Toubro,
Management Development Programme
Coimbatore
3.5.2 Does the College have College-industry cell? If yes, what is its scope and range of
activities?
Yes. The college has Industry – Institute Interface cell headed by a senior professional
designated as Chief Officer, Industry Interface with 35 years of Industrial experience.
Scope of the Cell
To provide,
 Industry immersion programme for teaching faculty
 Internship for students
 Technical and Management training to Industry professionals
 Testing and Consultancy Projects for the Industry etc.,
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Through the Industry – Institute Interface Cell, MoUs have been signed with various
Industries. The industry institute interface cell has strengthened the relation with various industry
thus enabled the institution receiving the “Sustainable Industry Partnership award for the
year 2015” by the Society for Education and Entrepreneurship Development.
The institution is one of the Member Institutions of ICT Academy of Tamilnadu
(ICTACT). Through ICTACT activities, the college frequently organizes Faculty Development
Programmes and Entrepreneurship Development programmes to both the staff and students. In
addition, through ICTACT, the college has obtained 200 user free licenses for Sun/Oracle users
from Oracle academy.
The institution received the Best Innovative Project Award 2015 by ICT Academy of
Tamil Nadu (ICTACT).
Confederation of Indian Industries supports the Industry – Institute Interface cell for
the following activities, as an institutional member.
 Creating centre of Excellence based on core competence
 Internship for students
 Faculty development Program
 Providing input for the curriculum
3.5.3 What is the mode of publicizing the expertise of the College for consultancy services?
Mention the departments from whom consultancy was sought.
 The institute publicizes the expertise of the college for the various consultancy services.
The faculty group of various competencies are available in the college website.
Information Brochure with the facilities and expertise available are prepared and
circulated.
 Participant of institute in the various industry connect professional forum like
o Confederation of Indian Industries
o Coimbatore Productivity Council
o Society for Indian Engineering
o Manufacturer‟s Association
o Coimbatore Management Association, etc..
 These contacts developed paves way for interactions and consultancy services.
 A wider alumni interaction helps to publicize the expertise towards consultancy.
 The departments of EEE, ECE, BME, E&I, CSE, IT, MECH, Nanoscience and
Technology and Management studies have so far offered consultancy services.
3.5.4 How does the College encourage the faculty to utilise the expertise for consultancy
services?
To encourage the faculty to utilize the expertise for consultancy services, the
management shares 10% of the nett revenue generated through consultancy as an incentive to
those involved in the consultancy, provides special leaves and also concession in the regular
academic workload.
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3.5.5 List the broad areas of consultancy services provided by the college and the revenue
generated during the last four years.
The broad areas of consultancy services provided by the college are :
1. Computational Fluid Dynamics
2. Nano Coating
Consultancy services are provided in both Technical and Management departments like
Mechanical Engineering, Electronics and Communication Engineering, Electronics and
Instrumentation Engineering, Civil Engineering, Nanoscience and Technology and Management
Studies.
During the last four years, a sum of Rs.34.46 Lakhs (Rupees Thirty four Lakhs and
fourty six thousand) has been generated through the consultancy services.
3.6
Extension Activities and Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR)
3.6.1 How does the College sensitize the faculty and students on Institutional Social
Responsibilities? List the social outreach programmes which have created an impact on
students‟ campus experience.
The college sensitizes the faculty and the students on institutional social responsibilities.
NSS units of the institute regularly conduct camps in the nearly villages in order to create an
insight into the societal needs in the minds of the students.
This motivates the students to participate in social outreach programmes which would
benefits children in nearby villages. A sample of such programme conducted includes
 Eradication of Child Labour
 Health and Hygiene
 Eradication of Dengu
 Computer Literacy Programmes
The students have also conducted programmes on energy conservation, environmental
awareness etc.. for the nearby villages.
The IEEE-WIE affinity group regularly interact with self help groups, giving them inputs
on self sustenance. The WIE has also organized computer literacy programme and career
guidance programme for the students of X and XII standard of Government School in the nearby
villages.
A Workshop on CSI Golden-Tech Bridge Programme (Computer Awareness) was
organized by SREC-CSI Student Branch which was attended by the Self Help Group, in and
around the college. The chief guest was Mr. R. Murali, Secretary, CSI Coimbatore Chapter.
The department of Bio-Medical Engineering along with the rural health centre of Sri
Ramakrishna Hospital organized Anemia camp for Government school children‟s.
In all these initiatives, the faculty members support the students and also provide small
contributions to the school children.
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3.6.2 How does the College promote College-neighbourhood network and student
engagement, contributing to holistic development of students and sustained community
development?
NSS unit of the college conducts Rally and awareness camps regularly for the community
development.
The college firmly believes that the student graduating from this institution should not
only be technically competent but should also be a good citizen in the society.
This is reflected in the vision statement of the institute. In true with this, the college
promote College-neighbourhood network and student engagement, contributing to the holistic
development of students and sustained community development.
During the last three years more than 20 programmes have been conducted covering more
than 6 neighbourhood villages.
The nature of programme include health camps, eye and dental camps,
 Blood Donation Camp
 Dengu Fever awareness
 Fitness awareness
 Prime Ministry Clean India Programmes
 Fire Safety and First Aid awareness Programme.
3.6.3 How does the College promote the participation of students and faculty in extension
activities including participation in NSS, NCC, YRC and other National/ International
agencies?
College provides on-duty and special leave to both the students and faculty for
participating in extension activities. All the activities of NSS and YRC are facilitated by the
college and are effectively monitored by well trained programme officers and Co-ordinators.
3.6.4 Give details on social surveys, research or extension work (if any) undertaken by the
College to ensure social justice and empower the under-privileged and most vulnerable
sections of society?
 Social Economic survey was conducted by the NSS Volunteers on 16-03-2012.
Nearly 1000 people were surveyed.
 Department of Information Technology has organized training programme on the
“Basics of Computer” to various self help groups and the school students from the
nearby villages.
Social Survey conducted:
1. School Students to understand their interest in engineering education
2. Self Help Groups in and around Vattamalaipalayam, to understand their needs and
promote science and technology to women
3. Students and faculty from Special School to identify the needs to do projects to help
the students and to promote ICT education
Research or Extension Work undertaken by the college:
1. Women Technology Park proposal submitted to DST
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
To provide technological solutions to location specific problems faced by
women
 To organize discussion/workshop on women‟s problem.
 Up gradation of location specific indigenous technologies
 To develop individual and group entrepreneurship.
 To create network of women groups and facilitate income generation
programmes.
 Development of Audio-Visual Aids for technology dissemination.
2. Project submitted to IEEE-EPIC to provide solution to physically challenging people to
mobilize easily and alert the authorities during any unsafe situations.
3. Awareness programmes were conducted regularly for the school students along with
SREC NSS regarding engineering education and guided them to choose their career paths.
4. Awareness programmes were conducted for self help groups regarding ICT education
and their application in day to day life.
3.6.5 Give details of awards / recognition received by the College for extension activities /
community development work.
 NSS unit of SREC is awarded “National Voters day award – 2015” for conducting a
rally on the importance of Voting.
 NSS Unit received a Letter of Appreciation from the Mayor, Coimbatore for the
involvement of 94 students in the Blood Donation camp organized by Sri Ramakrishna
Hospital in connection with the 39th birthday of Founder of Sri Narayani Peedam,
Guru Sri Sakthi Amma on 09.01.2015.
3.6.6 Reflecting on objectives and expected outcomes of the extension activities organized
by the College, comment on how they complement students‟ academic learning experience
and specify the values and skills inculcated?
Participation of students in the extension activities gives them an insight into needs of the
societal problems and concerns. Based on this they are expected to use their technical expertise
to solve some of the societal problems thus complementing their academic learning experience.
The values inculcated are compassion and social responsibility.
3.6.7 How does the College ensure the involvement of the community in its outreach
activities and contribute to the community development? Detail the initiatives of the
College which have encouraged community participation in its activities.
 SREC continuously involves in the outreach activities through NSS, YRC, Yoga and
Meditation and IEEE-WIE. Representatives from each club are permitted to participate in
the training programmes and they monitor the activities of the respective clubs.
Additionally, they also conduct special programmes/Guest Lectures to encourage the
participation of student community in the outreach activities.
 The college ensures the involvement of the community in its outreach activities and
contributes to the community development.
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 During all the NSS programmes and YRC programmes in the neighbourhood village, the
local community are consulted a prior before any activities are initiated.
 The Heads – Village Administrative Officer, the Panchayat President are invited to
participate in community initiatives taken up by the college.
 Such participation includes officials from Thudiyalur, Vattamalaipalayam, Vellakinar,
Idikarai panchayat, Govindanaickenpalayam and Thoppampatti.
3.6.8 Does the College have a mechanism to track the students‟ involvement in various
social movements / activities which promote citizenship roles?
Yes. The college has various clubs to track the student‟s involvement in various social
movements and the activities are mentored by the faculty members.
The participation of these students in any of these activities will be monitored and
encouraged by the tutor and academic coordinator and is recorded in the proctor card of the
students. These participations are also tracked for considering the student for awards when he /
she graduates from the institution.
3.6.9 Give details on the constructive relationships (if any) with other institutions in the
nearby locality in working on various outreach and extension activities.
The institution has developed good relation with other institutes in the nearby locality in
working on various outreach and extension activities.
Some of these institutes are
 Vasan Eye Hospital
 Sri Ramakrishna Dental Hospital
 Sankara Eye Hospital
 Osai Foundation - An environmental organization.
 College regularly donates saplings to the nearby villages so as to provide a clean
environment in and around the campus.
 College NSS unit regularly organizes Blood donation camp and responding to the
emergency calls from various hospitals like, Sri Ramakrishna Hospital, Kuppusamy
Naidu Hospital, Ganga Hospital, KMCH and Government Hospital the volunteers
enthusiastically come forward to donate blood.
3.6.10 Give details of awards received by the institution for extension activities
and/contributions to the social/community development during the last four years.
 NSS Unit of SREC received National Voters Day award 2015.
3.7 Collaboration
3.7.1 How has the College‟s collaboration with other agencies impacted the visibility,
identity and diversity of activities on the campus? To what extent has the College benefitted
academically and financially because of collaborations?
The collaboration of the college with other agencies has impacted the visibility, identity
and diversity of activities on the campus.
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The collaboration with the industries enhances the industry linkage, resulting in refining of the
curriculum, internship, students training and consultancy assignments. This resulted in the
institution receiving the Sustainable Industry Institute Partnership Award for Best Industry
Linkage 2015 which in turn has created higher level of visibility for the institute. This also
resulted in recognition of faculty members for the best faculty award by the industry thus
enhancing the motivation and enthusiasm.
The collaboration with professional society chapters provide opportunities to conduct
number of events for the benefits of the students resulting in number of awards thus providing
visibility and identity and diversity of activities on the campus.
Awards achieved due to the collaboration:
 Dr. P. Karuppusamy, Professor & Head, Mechanical Engineering has received “Best
faculty Award – 2014” from Cognizant Technology Solutions.
 Dr.P.Perumal Professor of Computer Science Engineering has received “Largest
student branch award 2013-14” by Computer Society of India.
 Mr.M.S.Suresh kumar Assistant Professor, Mechanical Engineering has recognized as
a “Certified Energy Manager” by Bureau of Energy Efficiency, Government of
India.
All these activities have benefited the college both academically and financially. A briefly
summary of activities are projected below
S. No.
Collaborating Agency
1
Indian Institute of
Technology, Madras
CECRI, Karaikudi &
CSIR Laboratories,
Trivandrum
TUV Nord, Germany
2
3
4
Doctors from Sri
Ramakrishna Hospital
5
Professional from
Larsen & Toubro,
Pricol Technologies
6
Scientists from DST
and DRDO
 Association with
7
Benefit(s) to the college
Academic/Financial
Refinement in the
curriculum.
Collaborative research
Academic
Implementation and
Maintenance of Quality
Management and
Administration through ISO
9000 Certification
Providing Counselling to the
students, Health and Dental
Check up to both the faculty
and the students
Attended training
programme on recent
technologies and
management
Improvement in the
curriculum
Sponsored Laboratories in
Academic
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Academic
Financial
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Financial
Academic &
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8
9
industries:
 National
Instruments,
Bangalore
 Texas Instruments,
Bangalore
 NVIDIA,
Bangalore
 SIEMENS, Chennai
 STEPS, Coimbatore
 Imakerrobots,
Chennai
 SUNSHIV
Electronic
Solutions,
Coimbatore
Student‟s chapters of
Professional Bodies:
IEEE, ISTE, CSI etc.,
Industry
Associates/Trade
Bodies and Nearby
Industries
the campus
Financial
Training the students in
frontier areas in core
engineering
Curriculum development,
Internship and Industry visit
to the students
Academic &
Financial
Academic &
Financial
3.7.2 Mention specific examples of, how these linkages promote
Curriculum development
The BoS members are from the leading R&D organisation, Premier institutes and
Industries. These collaboration help in
1. Redesigning the curriculum and syllabi
2. Introduction of new elective courses.
3. Introduction of new subjects as prescribed by industry as co-create / Co-teach
model.
Internship, On-the-job training
Interaction with the Industries and research laboratories provide opportunities for the
Internship and In-plant training to the students.
Sample List of Industries for Internship
• Robert BOSCH Engineering Solutions, Coimbatore
• WIPRO, Bangalore.
• Newgen Software Technologies Ltd., Bangalore
• Torry Harris Business Solution, Bangalore
• Ashok Leyland, Hosur
• National Instruments, Bangalore
• TAFE Limited, Madurai
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• Odyssey Technologies, Bangalore
• BHEL, Trichy & Ranipet
• Siemens, Bangalore.
• Roots Industries, Coimbatore
• Pricol Private Limited, Coimbatore
• Infosys Ltd., Bangalore
• ZOHO, Bangalore.
• Hewlett-Packard Global Pvt. Ltd, Chennai
• Honeywell Technologies, Bangalore
Faculty exchange and development
 Faculty visiting premier institute for training.
 Industry training for faculty members
 Training of industry professional by the institute
Research, Publication
The linkage has resulted in enhancement of research activity leading to good number of
research publications.
Number of Publications in International Journals in the last 4 years : 719
Number of International Conference proceedings in the last 4 years : 563
Publication in Collaboration with the Industry are as follows :
 K. Pratheesh, M. Ravi, A. Kanjirathikal, M.A. Joseph, P. Karrupuswamy, "Effect of Mg
and Sr Additions on the Microstructure, Mechanical Properties and Reciprocating Wear
Characteristics of Hypereutectic Al-14Si Alloy ", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vol.
592-594, pp. 1296-1299, Jul. 2014. (In Collaboration with National Institute of
Interdisciplinary Science & Technology (CSIR), Trivandrum, Kerala)
 K. Kanthavel, K. Arunkumar, S. Vivek, “Investigation of Chill Performance in Steel
Casting Process Using Response Surface Methodology”, Procedia Engineering - 12th
Global Congress on Manufacturing and Management (GCMM – 2014), Vol. 97, pp. 329–
337, 2014. (In Collaboration with CRI Pumps (P) Ltd, Coimbatore)
 J.Yokesh Kumar, K.S.Amirthagadeswaran, Sripriya GowriShanker “Casting process
optimization for reducing the cold shut defect in castings using response surface
methodology”, Indian Journal of Engineering & Materials Sciences,Vol.22, pp.187-194,
2015. (In Collaboration with Best Engineers Pumps Private Limited, Coimbatore)
Consultancy, Extension
 Basics of computer training are provided by the department of IT to various self-help
groups and school students from nearby places.
 List of consultancy details as furnished in section 3.2.7.
Student placement

The Facilities established with the help of industries like National Instruments, Texas
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Instruments, SIEMENS and others help the students in placements.
 The Facilities established with the help of National Instruments, Bangalore will help the
EEE, EIE and ECE students to get placed in the core companies.
 SIEMENS Laboratory and CMM Laboratory available in the Department of Mechanical
Engineering provide a better exposure to the students and train them suitable for
placement in the Quality Assurance departments of companies related to manufacturing.
 For the student placement, the industry connects and industry engagements are the key
factors benefiting 85%of the students to obtain their placements.
Any other, please specify
Industry sponsored laboratories are established in the college for the benefit of the
students.
Industry Sponsored laboratories in the Campus:
 Pricol Technologies Ltd., Coimbatore.
 Texas Instruments, Bangalore
 NVIDIA, Bangalore (GPU Education Centre)
 SIEMENS, Chennai (Authorized Training Center for PLM)
 STEPS (Partner of Texas Instruments), Coimbatore
 Imakerrobots, Chennai (Center for Innovation)
 SUNSHIV Electronic Solutions, Coimbatore (Center for Innovation)
3.7.3 Does the College have MoUs nationally / internationally and with institutions of
national importance/other universities/ industries/corporate houses etc.? If yes, explain
how the MoUs have contributed in enhancing the quality and output of teaching-learning,
research and development activities of the College?
Yes the college has MoUs with both National and International Industries/Universities.
The objectives of the MoUs are
1. Training for students
2. Training for faculty
3. Collaborative Research
4. Project Interns for students
5. Joint Publications
A transformation in the Teaching Learning process supplements the development activities of the
college. Industry connect for the students and faculty through industry engagement programmes.
List of MoUs signed:
S.No.
1.
Department
Mechanical
Engineering
Name of the
Industry/ Institute
L& T, Coimbatore
KKM Software Pvt.
Ltd
Outcome of MoU
For training and Colloborative
research projects
To train the students on
hyberworks, CATIA and ANSYS
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COINDIA,
Coimbatore
SIEMENS
2.
3.
4.
5.
Electrical and
Electronics
Engineering
Electronics and
Communication
Engineering
Computer Science
Engineering
Information
Technology
ROOTS Industries
India Limited
National Instruments,
Bangalore
Tech Mahindra,
Bangalore
Texas Instruments,
Bangalore
PRICOL Technologies
FICE – Intel India
Private Limited,
Bangalore
coreEL Technologies
CISCO Networks
Academy
HR - CUBE, USA
Kyungpook National
University, South
Korea
Zylog India Private
Limited.
Platinum Partner with
Microsoft
EMC Corporation
6.
7.
8.
For training
For training and collaborative
projects
For training and collaborative
projects
For training and collaborative
projects
For training and collaborative
projects
To train the students in their
equipment
For training and collaborative
projects
Intel Intelligent System Laboratory
for the students Internship, Projects
and Workshops
To train the students in Mentor
Graphics EDA Tool
To train the students on CISCO
Network Certification
For Project and Internship
For collaborative research for
students and staff.
To train the students for software
testing with the curriculum
prescribed by Zylog
To prepare the students for
Microsoft Certification
To enlighten the students to meet
the demand of IT revolution –
Organizing Workshop on Advance
Open Source Web Technology in
PHP.
For training and collaborative
projects
Electronics and
Instrumentation
Engineering
Aeronautical
Engineering
PRICOL Private
Limited, Coimbatore
Avion Aerospace,
Bangalore
For Student project and Internship
Biomedical
Engineering
Fyrsta Innovations
(India) Private
Limited, Chennai
For Student project and Internship
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3.7.4 Have the College industry interactions resulted in the establishment / creation of
highly specialized laboratories / facilities?
Yes, The industry interaction n have resulted in the establishment / creation of highly
specialized laboratories / facilities in the institution.
Pricol Technologies, Ltd., Coimbatore would be positioning their staff for collaborative
research and continuous interaction in addition to establishment of facilities.
The other facilities created have already been indicated in 3.7.2
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CRITERION IV: INFRASTRUCTURE & LEARNING RESOURCES
4.1 Physical Facilities
4.1.1 How does the College plan and ensure adequate availability of physical
infrastructure and ensure its optimal utilization?
Being an Autonomous Institution the college has a predominant system in planning and
ensuring the availability of the physical infrastructure and its optimal utilization. The
institution has separate departments to look after the campus facilities like Buildings,
Furniture, Electrical Maintenance, Computers and Network Maintenance.
Every year the requirements are obtained from each department through the Head of the
Department. The gathered requirements are further consolidated with the budget and submitted
to the Principal for approval.
Ensuring the Optimal Utilization of the facilities
The senior professors have been given the responsibility of taking charge of
infrastructure maintenances and updates. Further all the departments have faculty in charge to
take care of the infrastructure facilities like computers, laboratory equipments and all the
general amenities both in the campus and hostel premises ensuring proper utilization.
Common facilities like Common Computer Centre, Laboratories for the first year
students, Library and Digital Library will be working additionally during evening hours apart
from the regular working hours which ensure the utilization of facilities.
4.1.2 Does the College have a policy for creation and enhancement of infrastructure in
order to promote a good teaching – learning environment?
Infrastructure development policies are framed primarily for facilitating teaching
learning process both in spatial and temporal dimensions. The institution plans well in advance
in expanding the additional class room needed and additional facilities like LCD Projectors to
all the class rooms and facilitate all the amenities to the welfare of the students before
commencing every academic year.
Recent Initiatives

Centre for Innovation
Centre for Innovation focuses on multi-disciplinary approach for engineering
problem solving. An opportunity exists to convert ideas to prototype, enabling
Innovation to spur Incubation.
Industry Sponsored Laboratories
 SREC-GPU NVIDIA Corporation Pvt. Ltd. has provided CSE Department with
Programming Massively Parallel Processors and CUDA Programming books, CUDAcapable high-end GPUs
 Embedded Intel Intelligence Systems Lab has been setup by Intel at the Electronics
and Communication Engineering Department.
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
Analog System teaching laboratory has been established by STEPS knowledge
services Pvt.Ltd. – A partner of Texas Instruments, India
4.1.3 Does the College provide all departments with facilities like office room, common
room, and separate rest rooms for women students and staff?
Yes the institution provides all the amenities like
 Department office room
 separate rest rooms for boys, girls and faculty members in all the academic blocks
and department blocks
 Exclusive rest room for physically challenged
 Common room for boys and girls in academic blocks
4.1.4 How does the College ensure that the infrastructure facilities meet the requirements
of students / staff with disabilities?
The college is facilitated to meet the needs of students / staff with disabilities
 Ramp facility is provided in all the blocks
 Separate toilet facility for the physically challenged people is available in both
college and hostel premises
4.1.5 How does the College cater to the residential requirements of students?
Hostel Facilities
The college has a well-equipped hostel facility with three hostels for Men and two hostels
for women with separate mess facilities in each hostel. The students can always get access to
 Internet Facility
 Games (Indoor / Out door)
 Recreation Facility
 Wi-Fi Hotspot
 Gymnasium
 Library facilities
Hostels Room Details
Ladies Hostel – I
S.No
1
2
3
4
Type
Student
Room
Student
Room
Student
Room
Student
Dimensions
(Mtr)
L
B
Area
(Sq.Mtr)
G.Floor
F.Floor
S.Floor
T.Floor
Total
Area
(Sq.Mtr)
6.10
6.10
37.21
10
10
10
NA
1116.30
6.10
6.10
37.21
2
5
5
NA
446.52
3.58
4.72
4.72
4.72
16.90
22.28
0
0
12
4
12
4
NA
NA
405.54
178.23
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5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Room
Student
Room
3.35 6.25
TV Hall
21.26 7.58
Office
Room
3.03 4.42
Guest
Room
3.03 6.10
Computer
Room
6.10 6.10
Dining
Hall
33.99 10.97
Pantry
7.05 3.36
Kitchen
14.06 7.58
Store
Room
6.97 3.74
Vegetable
Room
6.97 3.74
Toilet 3
Nos Each
Floor
4.88 6.10
Total no. of rooms
Grand Total
20.94
161.15
0
0
0
1
6
0
NA
NA
125.63
161.15
13.40
1
0
0
NA
13.40
18.49
1
0
0
NA
18.49
37.16
1
0
0
NA
37.16
372.91
23.69
106.57
1
1
1
0
1
0
0
1
0
NA
NA
NA
372.91
71.08
106.57
26.07
1
0
0
NA
26.07
26.07
1
0
0
NA
26.07
29.73
3
23
3
31
3
37
NA
NA
267.56
91
Ladies Hostel – II
Dimensions
Sl.No
Type
L
1
2
3
B
Student
Room
3.43 6.10
Tutor
Room
3.05 6.10
Toilet
9.76 9.15
Total no. of rooms
Grand Total
Area
G.Floor
(Sq.Mtr)
F.Floor
S.Floor
Total
T.Floor
Area
(Sq.Mtr)
20.92
32
32
32
32
2678.14
18.61
89.30
0
2
34
1
2
35
1
2
35
1
2
35
55.82
714.43
139
Mens Hostel – I
Dimensions
Sl.No
1
Type
Student
Room
L
B
5.18
5.18
Area
G.Floor
(Sq.Mtr)
26.83
41
F.Floor
44
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S.Floor
44
Total
T.Floor
Area
(Sq.Mtr)
NA
3461.38
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
Student
Room
4.72 3.35
Office
Room
5.18 5.18
Computer
Room
5.18 5.18
Dining
hall
40.84 11.13
Pantry
10.97 6.40
Kitchen
18.44 11.05
Vegetable
Room
10.97 10.67
Store
3.51 8.92
Gym
Room
7.24 10.67
Toilet
10.52 9.60
Total no. of rooms
Grand Total
15.81
0
22
23
NA
711.54
26.83
1
0
0
NA
26.83
26.83
1
0
0
NA
26.83
454.39
70.23
203.75
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
NA
NA
NA
454.39
70.23
203.75
117.06
31.25
1
1
0
0
0
0
NA
NA
117.06
31.25
77.23
100.99
1
2
51
0
2
68
188
0
2
69
NA
NA
77.23
605.95
Mens Hostel – II
Dimensions
Sl.No
Type
L
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
B
Student
Room
3.35 6.10
Student
Room
6.82 3.20
Office Room 3.35 6.10
Dining Hall 10.98 33.53
Pantry
10.98 4.88
Kitchen
11.73 6.10
Store Room
1
5.94 3.66
Store Room
2
5.94 2.21
Store Room
3
2.97 1.98
Washing
Room 1
5.33 1.83
Washing
Room 2
2.82 1.83
Area
(Sq.Mtr)
Total
G.Floor F.Floor S.Floor T.Floor
Area
(Sq.Mtr)
20.44
40
42
42
42
3392.21
21.82
20.44
368.16
53.58
71.54
0
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
3
0
0
0
0
3
0
0
0
0
130.94
20.44
368.16
53.58
71.54
21.74
1
0
0
0
21.74
13.13
1
0
0
0
13.13
5.89
1
0
0
0
5.89
9.75
1
0
0
0
9.75
5.16
1
0
0
0
5.16
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12
13
14
Gas Room
3.85
Toilet 1
9.76
Toilet 2
6.82
Total no. of rooms
Grand Total
1.60
9.15
9.76
6.16
89.30
66.56
1
2
2
54
0
2
0
44
192
0
2
0
47
0
2
0
47
6.16
714.43
133.13
Mens Hostel – III
Dimensions
Sl.No
Type
L
1
2
3
4
3
4
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
B
Special
Room
5.49 6.10
Warden
Room Cum
Office
6.10 6.10
Student
Room
5.49 6.10
Student
Room
6.10 6.10
Handicapped
Room
5.49 6.10
Wash Area
13.56 5.45
TV Room
13.56 5.45
Special
Dining
11.20 6.10
Dining Hall 14.48 19.45
Kitchen
8.15 8.27
Store Room
4.88 5.40
Preperation
Room
4.38 5.40
Pantry
4.88 7.68
Pot Wash
5.49 6.21
Total no. of rooms
Grand Total
Area
(Sq.Mtr)
Total
G.Floor F.Floor S.Floor T.Floor
Area
(Sq.Mtr)
33.49
10
0
0
0
334.89
37.21
1
0
0
0
37.21
33.49
0
20
20
20
2009.34
37.21
0
2
2
2
223.26
33.49
73.90
73.90
1
0
1
0
1
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
33.49
221.70
73.90
68.28
281.60
67.41
26.33
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
68.28
281.60
67.41
26.33
23.66
37.44
34.10
1
1
1
20
0
0
0
23
89
0
0
0
23
0
0
0
23
23.66
37.44
34.10
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Recreational Facilities
The hostel has a Gymnasium facility. The major equipments available in the Gym are
listed as follows.
S.No
Name of the Equipment
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
Bench press with leg curl
Adductor machine
Leg curl/ extension
Peck deck
Seated calf machine
Dipping/Chinning/leg raise
Rowing Machine
High lat pulley and low pulley
Seated leg press
Multi bench
Abdominal board with knee rest
T‟ bar rowing without weight
Squat stand with safety stand
Twister-sitting &standing
Molded Dumb bells
Dumb bells
Olympic standard barbell
Olympic rod & rubberized weight plates
Barbell
Exercise cycle
Mirror
Weighing machine
Tread mill
Stepper
Arm curling
26
Squad stand
4.1.6 How does the College cope with the health related support services for its students,
faculty and non-teaching staff on the campus and beyond?
 The College has an exclusive Health and Dental care Centre with experienced doctors in
the campus. The health centre has all the facilities with the nursing assistants. This
ensures health related support services for students and staff on the campus.
 The doctor stays in the campus and hence support is available round the clock.
 24x7 ambulance facility is also available for emergency.
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All the blocks are facilitated with First Aid kits.
Employees' state Insurance (ESI) is provided for all eligible staff members, however the
remaining staff members are provided with group medical insurance.
Sri Ramakrishna Hospital managed by the Trust provides concessional medical facilities
for teaching, non-teaching, students and Alumni.
4.1.7 What special facilities are made available on the campus to promote interest in sports
and cultural events?
The students have been making their presence felt with a plethora of prizes and medals in
different games and sports in International, National, University and State level events. In
addition to successfully training and deputing students to participate in different championship,
the college has been hosting Anna university intercollegiate tournaments, SNR Chinnasamy
Naidu trophy for students and S N Rangasamy Naidu trophy for staff members, instituted by the
management. To accomplish all these achievements special facilities are available in the
campus.
Details of Department of Physical Education
Name of the Room
Department Room
S.No
1.
2.
Name of the faculty
Mr.S.Nithyanandan
Dr.K.Umarani
Area in Sq.Mtrs.
7.32*7.16=52.44m2
Designation
Physical Director
Physical Directress
Details of Play Ground
S.No
1.
Name of the play field
Area in
Sq.Mts
20900
2.
i) Athletics 400 mts track with facilities for
field events
ii) foot ball & cricket field
Basket ball court concrete
3.
Cricket nets (2 nos.)
4.
5.
Handball court
Volley Ball Court(2nos)
1200
2108
6.
7.
Ball badminton (2nos)
Kabaddi (2 no‟s)
2310
476
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The management promotes and supports the sports interest among the students by
 Providing T.A, D.A and sports uniform to the college team players for the participation
in Anna University and other tournaments.
 Providing financial support to the outstanding sports persons
 Providing financial support for organizing Anna University and other tournaments
 Operating additional buses to help day scholars
 Sports participation and achievement is one of the criteria in choosing the Best Outgoing
Student
Cultural Events
The institution constantly encourages the students to exhibit their talents through Fine
Arts Club for various events like Kovai Vizha, Annual day celebrations, Department Activities,
Hostel Day events, etc. Funds are provided by the management for conducting all such activities.
The following table shows some of the recent activities conducted by the Fine Arts Club.
S.No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
Detail
Solo Dance
Group Dance
Solo – Vocal
Skit
Mimicry
Paatukku- paattu
Dumb Charades
Orchestra (Light Music)
Alumni Day Function
LIGHT MUSIC
PROGRAMME
Founders day CelebrationClassical Dance
programme
Special Performance
during UGC Experts
Committee Visit
2011-12
21
160
8
64
5
20
16
28
-
2012-13
16
152
10
32
3
18
14
32
24
2013-14
10
160
10
32
4
40
20
2014-15
10
160
8
32
5
42
25
-
30
-
-
-
-
-
30
4.2 Library as a Learning Resource
The institution has an excellent library for the benefit of students, faculty and researchers.
The library has a large collection of books covering various branches of Engineering and
Technology, Science and Humanities and allied fields. It subscribes to 240 national and
international journals and magazines with 67 international journals and 155 national journals
published by reputed publishers of India and abroad. The library subscribes to more than 13
e-journals like IEEE, ACM-DL, Elsevier - Science direct, and ASTM digital library, Springer,
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McGraw Hill, J-Gate and EBSCO. The library is fully computerized and bar-code facility is
used. It also provides access to resources through OPAC (online public access catalogue).
The Library hour is scheduled as a part of the timetable. Library is kept open on all seven
days of the week. Digital Library utilization is encouraged for both students and faculty.
4.2.1 Does the library have an Advisory Committee? Specify the composition of such a
committee. What significant initiatives have been implemented by the committee to render
the library, student / user friendly?
Yes, the Library has an Advisory Committee consisting of the following members
S.No
Name
Designation
Position
1.
Dr.C.S.Ravichandran
Professor/EEE
Chair person
2.
Dr.M.Jagadeeswari
Professor/ECE
Member
3.
Dr.K.Sundararaj
HoD/AERO
Member
4.
Dr.K.Uthayarani
Professor/Physics
Member
5.
Mr.S.Karthikeyan
Librarian
Member
The functions of the committee are:
 To deliberate and advise on the direction and development of policies for library and
information services to ensure the best possible support is provided.
 To support the library‟s efforts in ensuring financial accountability and responsibility in
the provision of library collection.
Significant Initiatives of the Committee to render the library as user friendly:
 To purchase additional steel racks
 To subscribe E-learning materials
 To register the Attendance of students and faculty members entering the library through
smart card
 Renewal of journal subscription
 Sunday opening the library
 Separate counter for issue and return of books throughout the working hours
 Number of books issued to the students are increased from 4 to 6
 Additionally 1 book can be borrowed, by the Advanced learners, based on the
recommendations of the Heads of the Departments.
4.2.2 Provide details of the following:
 Total area of the library (in Sq.Mts)
 Total seating capacity
 Working Hours
o on working days
o on holidays
: 1657 Sq.Mts
: 250
: 8.30 A.M to 6.30 P.M
: 8.30 A.M to 5.30 P.M (Saturdays)
9.00 AM to 3.30 P.M (Sundays)
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Layout of the library
Library – Ground Floor Plan
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Library - First Floor Plan
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Access to the premises through prominent display of clearly laid out floor plan;
adequate signage; fire alarm; access to differently abled users and mode of
access to collection)
o Direction Boards in each floor are displayed like Stack Room (Shelve guides),
General Reference & Reprography, Journals and Magazines and Digital Library
for easy access of the users.
o On line Public Access Catalogue (OPAC) is provided to users to know the
availability of books and their locations.
o Fire Extinguisher is available in each floor of the library and the staff members
are trained for fire safety.
4.2.3 Give details on the library holdings
a) Print (Books, back volumes and thesis):
Books
Book Bank Books
Back Volumes
Students Project Reports
Journals
International
National
Magazines
b) Non Print (Microfiche, AV)
Total No
: 70737 Volumes 27651 Titles
: 1066 Volumes 560 Titles
: 2461
: 3135
: 67
: 155
: 18
: NPTEL Video Lectures,
CD ROMS (4500)
c) Electronic (e-books, e- Journals)
:
Sl.No.
Publisher
Subjects
E-Content
1
Electrical, Electronics&
(149 e-Journals) (Back file
Computer Science Engg.
Access from 1997-2014)
Springer
Collection Titles
2
Mechanical Engineering
(49e-journals) (Back file
Access from 1997-2014)
3
J-Gate Engineering &
January 2001 to Current
Informatic
Technology (JET)
(India) Ltd.
4
J-Gate Social &
January 2001 to Current
Management Science
(JSMS)
5
Book
ASTM Digital Library
47,000 articles from
Supply
9 prominent engg.Jls. and
Bureau
14,000 E books in
the field of Engg.
6
Elsevier
7
Engineering, Compu.Sci.,
Elect. & Electronics,
Mech & Civil etc.
Nano Technology
No. of Journals
149
49
25,368 peer
reviewed journals
9
Engineering + Computer
Science (275 Journals)
275
Nano Technology (10
Journals)
10
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8
10
Mc Graw
Hill
EBSCO
Computer Engg,
Compu.Sci., EEE,
Telecoms. & Related
Disciplines
General Engineering &
Ref.
Management
11
ASCE
Civil Engineering
12
ASME
Mechanical Engineering
13
ACM-DL
Engineering Disciplines
(All Computing and
Information Technology)
9
IEEE
IEEE- ASPP 161 Journals +
Backfile to 2005
Access Engg. Lib.
Business Source Elite plus
e-journal Collection
ASCE E-Journals
35 Journals + Back file to
1983
ASME E-Journals
27 plus Back file to 2000
161
380 (Titles)
On line Full Text
DB
35
27
1,384
d) Special collection (eg., Text book, Reference books, standards, patents)
Volumes
Titles
Text Books
67321
24251
References
Book Bank
Back Volumes
Project Reports
Video Cassette &
VCD
GATE
Exams
Course Materials
COMIC Books –to
improve reading
habits
BIS Code books
3416
1066
2461
3135
3400
560
-
78
28
69
69
80
80
15
15
4.2.4 What tools does the library deploy to provide access to the collection?
 OPAC : Subpage in intranet OPAC (PALPAP)
 Electronic Resource Management package for e-Journals: IEEE, ASME,
ACM, ASC, SPRINGER, ELSEVIER-SD electronic resource management
package for e-journals
 Federated searching tools to search articles in multiple databases: YES. Jgate has linked to all subscribed resources.
 Library Website : Subpage in College website
 In house / remote access to e-publications
: Yes IP authentication for all ejournals, DELNET and NPTEL Video Lectures
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4.2.5 To what extent is the ICT deployed in the library?
ICT is deployed in the library right from usage monitoring up to access issue, return
etc.,
 Library automation: Library services are fully automated through standard library
software - PALPAP (Insproplus 6.0)
 Total number of computers for public access
: 35
 Total number of printers for public access
: 2 nos.
 Internet bandwidth speed
: 10 Mbps dedicated (through NMEICT)
 Institutional Repository
: YES
Conference proceedings, Seminar Volumes ,Workshop Organized by the college,
Question Banks, Dept. News Letters and College Magazines.
 Content management system for e-learning :
All have Access to NPTEL Videos through LAN
 Participation in Resource sharing networks / consortia :
Membership with DELNET, New Delhi
4.2.6 Provide details (per month) with regard to.
 Average number of walk-ins
 Average number of books issued / returned
 Ratio of library books to students enrolled
 Average number of books added during last three years
Year
2012-13
2013-14
2014-15




Title
2812
1358
4059
Volumes
6888
4342
4304
: 500 / day
: 270 / day
: 1:13
: 15994 Books
Amount Spent
25 lakhs
18 lakhs
31 lakhs
Average number of login to OPAC
Average number of login to e-resources
Average number of e-resources downloaded/printed
Number of information literacy trainings organized
: 100/day
: 150/day
: 50/day
: 3 (Elsevier Springer & IEEE
during the year 2014-15)
4.2.7 Give details of the specialized services provided by the library
 Manuscripts
: 77399
(Printed Materials – books, Back Volumes, and Students Project Reports)
 Reference
: Yes
 Dictionary, Encyclopedia, Handbooks, and all the subject books are available
in reference.
 Ready reference services are offered to the students and staff for the retrieval
of information books and articles.
 Reprography
: Yes
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









 Two copier machines (XEROX) facilities are available for faculty and
students to copy the required materials, at a nominal cost
 Print out and spiral binding facilities are also available with reprographic
services
ILL (Inter Library Loan Service)
: Yes
Inter Library Loan Services are provided through DELNET, New Delhi
Information Deployment and Notification :Yes (displayed in the notice board)
OPAC
: Yes
 An OPAC (Online Pubic Access Catalogue) has been created on the about 3
terminals are provided to facilitate access. It also made via LAN in the
Campus.
Internet Access
: Yes
Downloads
: Yes
Printouts
: Yes, available on request
Reading list/ Bibliography compilation : Yes
In-house / remote access to e-resources : Yes
(e-resources through IPs & DELNET, New Delhi)
User Orientation
: Yes
Assistance in searching Databases
: Yes
Library staff assists the users in search & download of resources
INFLIBNET / IUC facilities
: No
4.2.8 Provide details on the annual library budget and the amount spent for purchasing
new books and journals
S.No
Academic
Year
1
2
3
2012-2013
2013-2014
2014-2015
Budget allocation
(Books, Journals Hard & E-journals)
55,25,000.00
57,25,000.00
62,40,413.00
Amount Spent (Books,
Journals -Hard & Ejournals)
48,01,265.00
47,51,436.00
64,88,539.00
4.2.9 Does the library get the feedback from its users? If yes, how is it analyzed and
used for improving the library services.
Yes the library always gets useful suggestions from members and the visitors,
 Librarian interacts with students and staff and obtains their responses on various
library services
 Provision of feedback register and suggestions analyzed every week end by librarian
 Provision of register to file Suggestion given by the users is analyzed and
implemented
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 Based on feedback analyses, discussion and recommendations by the library
advisory committee, further improvements are carried out for the overall
improvement of the services offered by the library.
Some of the actions taken, during the year 2014-15, based on feedback are
 Renewal of journal subscription
 Sunday opening the library
 Separate counter for issue and return of books throughout the working hours
 Number of books issued to the students are increased from 4 to 6
4.2.10 List the infrastructural development of the library over the last four years
 Seating Capacity in the Library is increased from 90 to 150
 Local Guru-content Management System and video streaming software for college
LAN to access NPTEL Videos were purchased
 Automation System have been changed from manual mode to Barcode system
 Total Volumes of Books were increased to 68,000
 E-journals were increased to a maximum of 3000 including all the leading society
 Digital Library has been enhanced with 50 computers attached with headphones
 Internet Bandwidth has been made dedicated of 10 Mbps through NMEICT
 Employee strength is increased to 9 members
4.2.11 Did the library organize workshop / s for students, teachers, non-teaching staff of
the college to facilitate better Library usage?
Yes the library is organizing workshops and seminars for the students and faculty
members.
Every year Awareness program to the first year students to educate about library usage
Recent Events Conducted
Sl.No.
1.
Nature of the
programme
Workshop
Host
Content for the programme
ELSEVIER-Science
Direct, INDIA
USER AWARENESS Programme
on how to use Science Direct
Databases in effective form
Effective utilization of Springer eResources including IP
authentication, unlimited access
and downloading of resources by
concurrent users and availabilities
of various search options.
Various usage of IEEE xplore
Digital Library including hands on
experience
2.
Webinar-Free
SPRINGER, India
Video Conference
3.
IEEE Training
programme
GIST (Global
Information Systems
Technology) Pvt. Ltd.,
Bangalore.
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4.3 IT Infrastructure
4.3.1 Does the College have a comprehensive IT policy addressing standards on IT
Service Management, Information Security, Network Security, Risk Management and
Software Asset Management?
The College IT Service Management
The Institution has an exclusive Computer Maintenance Cell (CMC), headed by a faculty at
Assistant Professor (Sl.Gr) level. The team consists of System Administrators and Network
Maintenance Engineers. This team takes care of the periodic maintenance of all the
computers in the institution Hardware/ Software and Networking. This is ensured through a
well prepared maintenance schedule covering the entire IT infrastructure.
The Team Members are,
Computer Maintenance Cell
Head of the Department
–
Dr.R.Ramamurthy
System Administrators
–
Mr.D.Pradeep
Mr. D.Nelson
Network Maintenance Cell
Faculty In-charge
–
Mr.S.Harihara Gopalan, AP (Sr.G)/CSE
Network Maintenance Technician –
Mr. J. Bernandus Benlin
Also each department has a Programmer for system maintenance.
Information and Network Security
The Network Maintenance Cell (NMC) takes care of entire campus network, ensures the
network and information security throughout the campus.
The Network security is ensured through a dedicated Hardware Firewall
 Fortigate – FortiNet 300 C Firewall
The institution has a private Local Area Network (LAN) which has been entrusted with the
firewall. It also has a Dedicated Leased Link (DLL) of 100 Mbps from BSNL and 10 Mbps
through Vodafone services.
Risk Management
The students are given with unique credentials in getting access to the machine. The
data accessed by students are maintained with proper data Security policies in the server like
configuring RAID Levels.
 Periodic Maintenance of CMC team keeps backing up of Data through separate Solid
Storage Devices.
 All the students and faculty members are provided with e-mail and group mail under srec
domain with 30 GB Storage through Google Apps.
Software Asset Management
 Only Licensed software or Open source Software used
 Microsoft campus agreement is renewed every year
 Windows base licenses are available in all the machines
 Oracle licenses 150 Users available
 Adobe licenses 200 Users available
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4.3.2 Give details of the College‟s computing facilities (hardware and software).
The Institution provides full-fledged computing facilities with necessary software.
Totally 2029 computers are available across various laboratories and departments for the
benefit of students and faculty members as well.
S.No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
S.No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Client Specification
Intel Core i5 Processor, 2/ 4GB RAM, 320/ 500 GB HDD,
1 GBPS NIC Card, 18.5” TFT Monitor and USB Keyboard
& Mouse.
Intel Core i3 Processor, 2/ 4GB RAM, 320/ 500 GB HDD,
1 GBPS NIC Card, 18.5” TFT Monitor and USB Keyboard
& Mouse.
Intel Core 2 Duo Processor, 2/ 4GB RAM, 160/ 250 GB
HDD, 1 GBPS NIC Card, 18.5” TFT Monitor and USB
Keyboard & Mouse.
Intel Core 2 Quad Processor, 1/ 2GB RAM, 160 GB HDD,
100 MBPS NIC Card, 19” TFT Monitor and USB
Keyboard & Mouse.
Intel Dual Core Processor, 1GB RAM, 80/ 160 GB HDD,
100 MBPS NIC Card, 17” TFT Monitor and PS/2
Keyboard & Mouse.
Intel Pentium IV Processor, 512 MB RAM, 80 GB HDD,
100 MBPS NIC Card, 15” TFT Monitor and PS/2
Keyboard & Mouse.
Quantity Available
133
Server Specification
IBM Server - Intel Xeon Processor, Single Socket 4 Core
Processor, 12000GB HDD, 16GB DDR3 RAM, 15.6" LCD
IBM Server - Intel Xeon Processor, Dual Socket 6 Core
Processor 2000GB HDD, 32GB DDR3 RAM, 15.6" LCD
HP Server - Intel Xeon Processor, Dual Socket 6 Core
Processor 2000GB HDD, 32GB DDR3 RAM, 15.6" LCD
Apple Server, 4 Core Processor1500 GB HDD, 16GB
DDR3 RAM, 28" TFT Monitor
Wipro Server - Intel Xeon Quad Core Processor, 1500GB
HDD, 16GB RAM, 15.6" LCD
Wipro Server - Intel Xeon Core Processor, 1500Gb HDD,
16GB RAM, 15.6" LCD
Wipro Server - Intel Pentium IV Processor, 500GB HDD,
4GB RAM, 15.6" LCD
Quantity Available
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100
60
86
1
1
1
1
3
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12
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S.No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Printer Specification
HP LaserJet 1020
Canon LBP 2900 B
Cannon LBP 6018 B
HP LaserJet 1005M
HP Colorjet CP1515 N
Hp laserJet 5200 A3
HP DeskJet
Copier and Multi Functional Printer
Epson LaserJet Printers
Epson Dot Matrix Printers
TVS MSP Dot Matrix Printer
Web Dot Matrix Printers
HP Scanner
HP Design Jet Plotter
TVSRP 3200 Receipt Printer
Quantity Available
19
11
22
21
2
1
2
6
5
36
12
28
5
1
5
Licensed Software Details
Product
Applications
Applications
Servers
Servers
Servers
Servers
Servers
Servers
Servers
Servers
Servers
Systems
Systems
Systems
Applications
S.No
1
Licensed Software Details
MS Learning IT Academy
Visual Studio Professional with MSDN
Exchange Server – Standard
Lync Server
SharePoint Server
SQL - Device CAL
SQL Server Standard Core
System Center Configuration Manager Client ML
System Center Endpoint Protection
System Center Standard
Windows Server – Standard
Windows
Windows
Windows
Adobe Bundle
Department
B.E Electronics and
Communication
Engineering
Licensed Software
ModelSim SE Simulator
Xilinx V7.1i
LAN-T & Hardware
NI MultiSim v10.0
MATLAB v7.12
Code Composer Studio V3.1
Labview
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5
1
10
10
10
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3
M.E Embedded
Systems Technologies
M.E VLSI Design
4
B.E Electronics and
Instrumentation
Engineering
5
B.E Aeronautical
Engineering
6
B.E Mechanical
Engineering
7
M.E Manufacturing
Engineering
8
9
M.E Software
Engineering
Management Studies
Keil MDK ARM ED-10
10
ISE Design Suit System Edition
Mentor Graphics HEP Category
I & II
MATLAB 7.14 (Include HDL
Related Tools)
MATLAB 2015
NI Labview Academic Suite
NI OPC Server
CIMPLICITY HMI
CATIA VS R19
Autodesk
CADEM
CNC Software
LabView
CREO 1.0 [PRO-E]
Hyper Works
Master CAM x7
Automation Studio
Autodesk Inventor
Ansys 15.0
Solid Edge
Siemens Femap with NX
Nastrain
Siemens NX CAM Express
IBM Rational Software
Architect & Rational Enterprise
Suit
RedHat Enterprise Linux Server
1Yr Sub.
Visual Studio 2010 OLP
Academic
Symantec Endpoint Security
Oracle 11G Std Server
Processor license
IBM SPSS Statistics, Advanced
and Regression
Tally.ERP 9 Multiuser
25
30
1
1
50
1
1
10
4
10
50
125
15
15
50
50
30
30
15
30
1
40
40
1
10
60
LAN Facility:
The entire Backbone of the campus has been facilitated with optical fibre connectivity to
Common Data Center (SERVER ROOM) with a total number of 2000 Nodes Connected.
Internet Bandwidth:
The College has a dedicated Leased Line through various Internet Service Providers (ISP)
Through
BSNL
: 100 Mbps
Vodafone
: 10 Mbps
NMEICT
: 10 Mbps (Dedicated for Library)
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Wi-Fi Facility:
The College has a Wi-Fi Hotspot connectivity in all the department blocks and hostels which
has been interconnected with the LAN.
4.3.3What are the institutional plans and strategies for deploying and upgrading the IT
infrastructure and associated facilities?
 The institution is planning to deploy cloud infrastructure with the relevant software
tool implemented on the cloud for access of various systems.
 The institution has IT Infrastructure plans comprising with the growth of the
development in technology and tools used. Hardware up gradations are carried out in
every three years. Up gradation like Processor, RAM, Graphics Card and Hard
drives is also carried out as and when required. Software Licenses renewal will be
done annually.
4.3.3 Give details on access to online teaching and learning resources and other
knowledge, and information provided to the staff and students for quality
teaching, learning and research.
 The institution has a widespread internet connectivity throughout all the departments
ensuring the availability of the technical resources for all the faculty. There are also
some of the Local Open Source Platforms used like Moodle and online tool like
piazza.com to enable the higher level of teaching learning process.
 NPTEL Materials are being shared in the LAN
 Spoken Tutorials are used for programming languages
 All the E-journals can be accessed through the LAN and hence E-Learning has been
made easy
 IEEE Blended Learning Program has been facilitated
 Khan Academy for Maths, Science and Computer Programming have been facilitated
4.3.4 Give details on the ICT enabled class rooms / learning spaces available within the
college and how they are utilized for enhancing the quality of teaching and learning.
 Class rooms are ICT enabled. All the class rooms are equipped with a computer,
LCD with LAN and internet Connectivity. Webinars are conducted in the class room.
 All the Laboratories are provided with Internet facility accessing the e-learning
resources for placement drives and mock tests.
 Hostels are equipped with WiFi Facility to access e-journals and internet access.
 Departments have seminar Halls / Conference Rooms provided with Internet
Connectivity to facilitate workshops and other department activities.
 Webinars are conducted periodically to enhance the quality in teaching and learning
process. Recently CII Webinar Series have been conducted in different domains like
Cloud computing, Industry Interaction, Waste Water Treatment and 3D Prototyping.
Around 50 faculty members and 200 Students have been benefited through this
webinar series.
 An exclusive digital library has been provided to facilitate access to e-journals.
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4.3.5 How are the faculty facilitated to prepare computer aided teaching-learning
materials? Where are the facilities available in the college or affiliating University for
such initiatives?
 Faculty Members supplement the NPTEL Materials along with their teaching
materials.
 The Faculty rooms are equipped with internet facilities and they can download
learning materials required. They also have the access to the video materials like
NPTEL Videos or any other materials from MIT, IIT, MOOC.
 The Students have access to learning materials like NPTEL Videos, EDUSAT,
Journals or any learning materials in the Digital Library located at Library Block.
4.3.6 How are the computers and their accessories maintained?
The Computer Maintenance Cell has a periodic maintenance schedule to maintain the
computers and other accessories.
Week
Monday
First
CSE-UG
Second
ECE-UG,
PG-Emb
Sys and
PG-VLSI
Third
CSE-UG
Fourth
ECE-UG,
PG-Emb
Sys and
PG-VLSI
Tuesday
CSE-UG
Mechanical,
Mechatronics,
EIE & CIE
CSE-UG
Mechanical,
Mechatronics,
EIE & CIE
Wednesday
PG-CSE &
PG-SW
BME and
Aero
PG-CSE &
PG-SW
BME and
Aero
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
MBA
Digital
Library
&
Comm.
Lab
B.Tech IT
Internet Lab
and PGMFG
EEEUG and
PEPWD
PG-Nano,
Ist Year
Lab and
ECE NI
Lab
MBA
Digital
Library
&
Comm.
Lab
B.Tech IT
Internet Lab
and PGMFG
EEEUG and
PEPWD
PG-Nano,
Ist Year
Lab and
ECE NI
Lab
4.3.7 Does the College avail of the National Knowledge Network connectivity directly or
through the affiliating University? If so, what are the services availed of?
 The Institution has a dedicated National Knowledge Network connectivity through
NMEICT funded by MHRD of 10 Mbps Link VPNoBB.
 The Institution also has a separate hall at library block to facilitate ANNA University
EDUSAT Programmes through VSAT.
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4.3.8 Provide details on the provision made in the annual budget for update,
deployment and maintenance of the computers in the college?
 The Computer Maintenance Cell annually identifies the systems which cannot be
upgraded and to be condemned.
 Based on the requirements and additional need from the Head of the Departments,
Budget will be raised and consolidated by the CMC and will be submitted to the
Principal. After the approval process the purchase order will be issued.
S.No
Academic
Year
1
20112012
2
20122013
3
20132014
4
20142015
Purchase Details
Systems
Printers
Consumables
Systems
Printers
Consumables
Systems
Printers
Consumables
Systems
Printers
Consumables
Cost
16,316,835.00
382,750.00
104,196.00
8,340,412.50
100,850.00
278,315.00
1,522,500.00
71,500.00
70,263.30
4,018,750.00
71501.50
63496.00
Total Cost
16,803,781.00
8,719,577.50
1,664,263.30
4,153,747.50
4.4 Maintenance of Campus Facilities
4.4.1 Does the College have an Estate Office / designated officer for overseeing
maintenance of buildings, class-rooms and laboratories?
Yes the College has an Estate Officer for overseeing maintenance of buildings, classrooms and laboratories. The team consists of 22 members. There is also a team of
housekeeping staff from an external agency contributing to the campus maintenance and
cleanliness.
4.4.2 Does the college appoint staff for maintenance and repair? If not, how the
infrastructure facilities, services and equipment maintained?
Yes the institution has a separate team for maintenance and repair, infrastructure
facilities and services as shown below
S.No
1.
Facility
General Maintenance,
Building Repair
In-charge
Civil Engineer
2.
Water Supply, Sewage
Plant and Cleanliness
Estate Officer
2.
Electrical Maintenance
Professor – EEE
Supporting Staff
Plumber, Helper, Mason
and Carpenter
Sweeper, Sewage Treatment
Plant operators, waterman
and Scavengers
Electrician, C Certificate
Holders & Gen set
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3.
Transport Services
4.
Hostel & Mess
5.
Food Court
6.
Medical Services
7.
Surveillance and Internet
Facility
8.
LCD Projectors
9.
Furniture
10.
Sound Systems & Audio
Visual Facilities
Professor–
Chemistry &
Mathematics
Senior Deputy
Warden, Deputy
wardens,
Residential tutors
Manager
Residential
Doctors
CMC / NMC In
charge
Professor – IT
Dept.
Assistant
Professor –
Mechanical
Professor – CSE
Operators
Non-teaching staff from
administrative office and
other departments
Hostel Supervisor and
House keeping staff
House keeping staff
Nursing Assistants
Technicians, System
Administrators
Faculty In charge /
Departments
Attenders
Technicians
All the equipment is maintained by the respective departments. Depending upon the
equipment they will be either under Annual Maintenance Contract or Maintenance on call.
The calibration of equipment and maintenance are taken care of by the members of faculty
responsible for maintenance allocated by the respective Heads of the Departments.
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CRITERION V: STUDENT MENTORING AND SUPPORT
5.1.1 Does the College have an independent system for student support and mentoring?
If yes, what are its structural and functional characteristics?
Yes, the college has an inbuilt and independent system for student support and
mentoring.
 When a student enters the college for the first time, it would be altogether a new
psychosocial and emotional experience. So, at this stage, the students need every
possible help and advice from the faculty members to overcome the problems that
they may face. The college has a mentoring system in place to put them at ease.
The system follows a three-layer structure as shown below:
Head of the Department
Academic Co-ordinator
Tutors
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






Under the mentoring system, 20/30 students are allocated to a faculty called tutor who
guides and counsels them on every aspect – academic, emotional, co-curricular and
extra-curricular activities. This counselling makes them feel comfortable and helps
them to address any of their problems at the early stage to find a solution.
This system of Tutor Ward counselling and interaction with Academic co-ordinators
is practised for the student during the entire period of study.
Regular tutor-ward meetings are conducted every week to address the problems then
and there. They are counselled for poor attendance, performance, disciplinary issues,
etc on a regular basis. For every class, the Tutor Ward Meetings are included in the
regular timetable itself.
A progress card is maintained to record their academic performance throughout the
period of study.
To nurture their strengths and skills, the students are encouraged to participate in cocurricular and extra-curricular activities such as competitions, seminars, workshops,
etc. organized by various clubs and societies, both at intra and intercollegiate levels.
Academic coordinator is a senior teaching faculty who helps the students when they
are referred to by their respective tutors.
Remedial classes are scheduled to improve the performance of the students who are
unable to cope with. The mentors are available at any point in time to have one-to-one
sessions with their wards. The mentoring continues for the entire duration of the
program. The sample time table for remedial coaching classes is furnished in
Annexure 5.1
A psychologist visits the campus every week to conduct regular sessions on mental
health and also to provide counselling individually.
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5.1.2. What provisions exist for academic mentoring apart from classroom work?
Academic mentoring is done apart from class work for the students in need.
 The faculty mentors train them a week before university examinations to improve
their performance.
 The faculty mentors visit the hostels and help the students who are not able to perform
well. This mentoring is done on a weekly basis and also during the examinations.
 The faculty members who are residential tutors in the hostels conduct additional
classes for hostellers who are not able to perform well; for example subjects like
programming in C, Circuit Theory, Signals and Systems, Thermo Dynamics, etc.,
 Apart from the activities that happen in the classroom environment, students are
encouraged to participate in events such as seminars, intercollegiate competitions,
symposia, and workshops. They are encouraged to enroll in various professional
societies like IEEE, ISTE, SAE, CSI, IETE, ISOI, BMESI, AeSI, etc. and participate
in the events organized by them.
 Frequent faculty development programmes are conducted wherein experts in the field
of student psychology educate the mentors on mentoring skills and bring them up-todate.
5.1.3 Does the College provide personal enhancement and development schemes for
students? If yes, describe techniques employed e.g., career counselling, soft skill
development, etc.
Yes. The college provides a lot of opportunities for the students for personal
enhancement and development through:
1. Career Development and Placement Division (CDPD).
2. Technical Associations.
3. Professional Society Chapters.
4. Clubs.
5. Outbound Training.
6. Yoga and Meditation.
7. Entrepreneurship Development Centre.
Career Development and Placement Division (CDPD)
The Career Development and Placement Division (CDPD) provides personal
enhancement programmes and development schemes right from the first semester with a
focus to develop technical and soft skills.
The CDPD along with the tutors and the
Academic co-ordinators guides the students on their career options, opportunities for higher
education and entrepreneurship development. The CDPD trains, develops and grooms every
student to be industry ready. The division conducts pre-assessment test for the fresher based
on which the training needs are assessed and training is provided for their personal
enhancement. Salient features of the training are:
 Scientific approach
 Objective based (Language Enhancement & International Certification- BEC)
 Target group based (Urban and Rural)
 Employability Training
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 Communication Skills
 Verbal, Quantitative and Logical Reasoning Skills
S. No
Particulars
Course / Activity
1
First Year
1. Comprehensive Assessment to test the analytical ability and
soft skills of the first year students.
2. English Language Enhancement Programme based on need
assessments.
2
Second year
3. Aptitude
4. English Language Enhancement Programme
5. Outbound Training Programme
3
Third Year
1. Analytical and Logical Reasoning
2. Outbound Training Programme
3. Higher education options
4
Final Year
Outbound Training Programme
Technical Associations, Professional Societies and Clubs :
Guest lectures, seminars, symposia and paper presentations etc., are organized by the
students under the guidance of faculty members and HoD with the primary focus on
development of the technical and soft skills. Various competitions are organized by the clubs
such as ELS and Tamil Mandram to aid in developing communication and soft skills of the
students. One such event is the short film competition which opens up avenues for the
creative expression of the students. The various clubs that function in the college are listed
below.
 Fine Arts Club
 Drawing & Painting Club
 English Literary Club
 Philatelic Club
 Photographic Club
 Tamil Mandram
 Quiz Club
 Consumer Club
 Aero Modelling Club
 Young Indian Students Net
 Chess Club
 FOSS Club
 Renewable Energy Club
 Software Development & Information Storage Club
 Science and Humanities Association
Outbound Training :
Every student undergoes a 2 day outbound training which enhances self confidence,
leadership qualities and team spirit.
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Yoga and Meditation :
The Yoga and Meditation club with a qualified yoga teacher conducts classes in the
campus. This helps the students for improved concentration and emotional stability.
Entrepreneurship Development Centre :
The AICTE funded Entrepreneurship Development Centre trains the students
who opt to become entrepreneurs on preparing the business plan, approaching the banks, etc.
Thus the college takes care of the personal enhancement and development of students
through various means.
5.1.4 Does the College publish its updated prospectus and handbook annually? If yes,
what are the activities / information included / provided to students through these
documents? Is there a provision for online access?
Yes. The College regularly publishes its updated prospectus/handbook every year to
provide all the information about the college. It acts as a good guide to all the students and
parents seeking admission in our college. The prospectus has the details of the infrastructure,
internship and placement opportunities for the students and provision for co-curricular and
extracurricular activities. It also provides the details of the Alumni interactions. The students
receive a copy of the handbook/academic calendar at the beginning of the academic year.
The handbook provides the dates of the internal tests, the schedule of the end semester
examinations and the list of holiday along with the following details:
 Motto of the Trust
 The Origin
 People at the Helm
 Vision, Mission and Quality Policy
 Board of Trustees
 SREC at a Glance
 Unique Distinctions
 Academic Programmes offered
 Department Details
 List of Faculty Members
 List of Members of Various Committees
 Responsibilities in the Campus
 Technical Associations
 Career Development and Placement
 Extra and Co-curricular Activities/Facilities/Clubs
 Campus Facilities
 Contact Details
Details provided in the handbook/prospectus can be accessed through the college website,
www.srec.ac.in.
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5.1.5 Specify the type and number of scholarships / freeships given to students
(UG/PG/M.Phil/Ph.D./Diploma/others in tabular form) by the College Management
during the last four years. Indicate whether the financial aid was available on time.
The college management helps the students secure various scholarships. The
management waivers fee for the students who join through sports quota. The following
table lists the beneficiaries through Sports Quota.
S. No
Year
No of Students
Amount in Rupees
1.
2010-11
8
1,40,000
2.
2011-12
Nil
Nil
3.
2012-13
6
85,000
4.
2014-15
8
1,45,000
The Alumni Association has instituted scholarships through which a number of
students benefit. The following table lists the beneficiaries and the amount received.
S. No
1.
2.
3.
4.
Year
No of Students
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
2014-15
Amount in Rupees
72
2,68,500
5.1.6 What percentage of students receives financial assistance from state government,
central government and other national agencies? (e.g., Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan
Yojana (KVPY), SN Bose Fellow, etc.)
Every year a number of students receive financial assistance from state government,
central government and other national agencies. The college management helps the students
secure various scholarships. The categories in which the students benefit are listed below.
Number of
Number of
Number of
Number of
students who
students who
students who
students who
Scholarship
received
received
received
received
scholarship in scholarship in
scholarship in
scholarship in
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
2014-2015
Adi-Dravidar and
204
Tribal Welfare
312
346
374
Scholarship
Backward Classes
and Minorities
669
735
490
32
welfare Scholarship
Decentralised
3
3
1
1
Scholarship
Minorities Welfare
3
3
2
Scheme Scholarship
Special/Loan Scheme
Scholarship for
13
42
45
SC/ST
First Generation
594
1020
1049
1138
Graduate Tuition fee
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waiver [The State
Government has
sanctioned Tuition fee
of Rupees 20000/each which was
waived
for the number of
beneficiaries noted
thereon]
National Foundation
for Teachers welfare
Scholarship
Viswakarma Welfare
Association
Scholarship
Foundation for
Academic Excellence
& Access Scholarship
Total
Rs. 2, 22,19729
3
1
-
-
-
1
-
Rs. 3, 63, 36745 Rs. 4, 55, 60450 Rs. 2, 29, 77525
In the table below are the details of the students who received scholarships.
Year
2011-12
% of students who
35.95
availed the Scholarship
Total Strength
4133
No of Students who
1486
received scholarships
2012-13
2013-14
2014-15
47.09
41.75
50.12
4499
4632
4705
2119
1934
2358
5.1.7 Does the College have an International Student Cell to cater to the needs of foreign
students? If so, what measures have been taken to attract foreign students?
No. The college does not have an International Student Cell. Overseas students are
not currently enrolled for any programme in the college.
5.1.8 What types of support services are available for
 Overseas Students
 Overseas students are not currently enrolled for any programme in the college.
 Physically Challenged / Differently Abled Students
The following support services have been made available for physically challenged
and differently abled students.
 Ramp facility with rails in the academic and administrative blocks, food courts
and hostels.
 Special restroom facilities both in the college and hostel.
 Facilitating scholarships from the Government.
 SC/ST, OBC and economically weaker sections
 Admissions to various programmes are provided in line with the State
Government reservation policies.
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 All Government Scholarships arranged to the students as per the norms.
 Endowments are created for students from weaker economic backgrounds.
The details are shown below:
Name
Purpose
Amount
(In Rupees)
Mustafa Memorial
Given to Mechanical Engineering
Award
students from weaker economic
Rs. 5000/sections
Vellayappan
Chidambaram Memorial
Award
Preethi Memorial Award
VivekArun Memorial
Award


Given to Mechanical Engineering
students from weaker economic
sections
Given
to
Computer
Science
Engineering students from weaker
economic sections
Given to Mechanical Engineering
students from weaker economic
sections
Rs. 9000/-
Rs. 13,000/-
Rs. 3000/-
Students to Participate in various Competitions/Conferences in India and
Abroad
 50% of registration fees are provided by the college management for
presenting papers in conferences conducted abroad.
 Special permission/leave provided to participants in various competitions and
conferences.
 Support and encouragement provided through various professional
societies/clubs.
 Funding arranged for various research projects.
 Financial assistance provided by the management to participants who take part
in National level contests like SAE-BAJA.
 Financial support rendered through professional society chapters like CMA,
IE, IEEE, ISTE, CSI, IETE, ISOI, BESI, ASI, etc.
 Transport facilities provided to visit exhibitions, fairs, etc.
 Sponsorships provided by Alumni Association for participation in
competitions, conferences and presentation of papers.
Health Centre, Health Insurance etc.
 A fully functional health center with a residential doctor and nursing
assistants is in place to offer medical care for minor ailments and first aid.
In case of emergency, students will be taken to Sri Ramakrishna Hospital
of the Trust for treatment through the ambulance service that is available
round the clock.
 All students are covered under the Group Insurance Scheme.
 Student safety insurance policies are provided to all the students.
 All the students are eligible for concessional treatment at Sri Ramakrishna
Hospital.
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
Skill Development (Spoken English, Computer Literacy, etc.,)
The institution takes necessary initiatives for the skill development of the students at
various levels.
 Spoken English training is given in every class individually right from the first
semester.
 Special training is provided for BEC (Business English Certificate) by British
Council.
 The college has a well-equipped Language Laboratory with state-of-the-art
language teaching/learning technology. Special sections are available in the
Language Laboratory to teach the basics of English to the students from rural
backgrounds, helping them to build their confidence. Two software packages are
available, which can be used by 50 users at a time for communication
development and development in LSRW skills (Listening, Speaking, Reading, and
Writing).
 As part of Participative/ Peer Enablement Learning, special evening coaching
classes are conducted for the first year students where the senior members of the
English Literary Society along with staff members interact with them and
introduce to them the nuances of the language and train them on LSRW skills.
This makes them feel at ease and helps them speak the language with confidence.
 The English Literary Society conducts various events such as quiz, debate, paper
presentation, oratorical competition, book review/movie review competition, etc.,
enhancing communication skills.
 Various programmes and events aimed at skill development are conducted
throughout the duration of the course.
 Basic course on computer literacy and skills is mandatory in the curriculum for all
the branches of B.E. and B.Tech. programmes.
 ICT enabled learning strategies are employed in all the courses of all the branches.
 MHRD supported „spoken tutorial‟ is also practiced to learn various computer
programming.
 Students are motivated to take up globally recognized certification programmes
such as Microsoft, HP, etc.
 Along with the provisions in the curriculum, special initiatives are taken through
pertinent professional societies and clubs to make students computer literate.
 Group discussion, mock interviews, training on interview skills, brainstorming
sessions, etc are conducted on a weekly basis.
Special Skills
 Other language options such as German are available to encourage foreign
language learning. Students undergo German language training in batches of 60
all through the year.
 Every program gives one technical skill as value addition to its students. For
example, the students of Mechanical Engineering learns welding practices and the
students of Computer Science and Engineering learn Software testing tools.
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




These
Performance Enhancement for Slow Learners / Students who are at the risk of
Failure and Drop-outs
Slow Learners
 Slow learners are identified through their performance in internal assessment tests.
 If their performance is less than the class average of that particular course, then
that student is registered for remedial classes of that particular course.
 Remedial classes are conducted in the evening sessions with scheduled timetable
and intimated in advance to the registered candidates.
 The parents are also notified both about the performance and also about the
schedule ensuring performance enhancement.
 The performances of such slow learners are monitored by the tutors in the
subsequent internal test, so that the improvement in the performance is ensured.
Students who are at the risk of Failure
 The students who are consistently below the class average in all the internal
assessment tests are given special attention both by the tutor and by the course
teachers.
 They are given special training even during the study holidays to ensure that they
are able to pass.
Drop-outs
 Usually the student drop outs either on account of lack of understanding or lack of
interest. Such students are identified during the first semester of the study itself
and given special counselling by the tutor and also psychologist to understand
their problem.
Exposure of Students to Other Institutions of Higher Learning/Corporates /
Business Houses
 Renowned industrial experts are invited to conduct workshops and seminars, to
give lectures which motivates the students to interact with them
 Students are encouraged to participate in competitions and events organized by
various institutions of higher learning.
 Students also participate in the competitions organised by the corporate.
 Industrial internships/in-plant training / industrial visits are arranged for the
students to provide hands-on in corporate and business houses. The internships
help the students to relate the theory and practical courses to the working
environment thereby helping them secure real-time experience and exposing them
to corporate.
initiatives expose the students to corporate and business houses. A sample list of
companies providing internships to the students are furnished below :
Internship in Industries :





Pricol Technologies, Coimbatore
TNPL, Karur
Seshsayee Paper and Boards Limited
Ford India Private Ltd, Chengalpet
Mahindra & Mahindra, Pune
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












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Steel Authority of India Limited, Salem
JSW Steel Limited, Salem
Mettur Thermal Power Station
Ashok Leyland, Chennai
Yokogawa India Chennai Pvt. Ltd
NLC, Neyveli
TVS Motor Company, Hosur
Tuticorin Thermal Power Station, Tuticorin
Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd., Tiruchirapalli
Yazaki Wiring Technologies, Chennai
GEMCO Controls Limited, Faridabad
Yazaki Wiring Technologies, Chennai
VuramTechnology Solutions, Chennai
General Electric
Robert Bosch Engineering and Business Solutions Limited, Bangalore
BSNL Limited, Chennai
Dyan Networks and Technologies, Chennai
Soliton Technologies
WIZTECH Automation Solutions Pvt Ltd., Chennai
SAKYA Technologies, Chennai
Wipro, Bangalore
Infosys Ltd., Mysore
Odessa Technologies
Zoho Limited
Vembu Technologies
Paxterra Solutions
LARSEN & TOUBRO Infotech
Oracle India Pvt. Ltd, Bangalore
Newgen Software Technologies
RAHYALS Med India Private Ltd, Chennai
Ultraserve systems, Chennai
The students also takeup internships in higher learning institutes of repute.
Internship in Institutions of Higher Learning :
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IIT, Madras
HCL Career Development Center, Chennai
DRDO-BU Centre for Life Sciences, Bharathiar University Campus,
Coimbatore
Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre, Thiruvananthapuram
Aeronautical Development Establishment (ADE), DRDO, Bangalore
National Aerospace Laboratories
Central Electro Chemical Research Institute, Karaikudi (CECRI)
Indra Gandhi Centre for Atomic Research, Kalpakkam (IGCAR)
Defence Metallurgical Research Laboratory , Hyderabad (DMRL)
International Advanced Research Centre for Powder Metallurgy and
New Materials, Hyderabad (ARCI)
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 The college has a cell - 'Bureau of Overseas Education' that is constantly
involved in organizing and conducting awareness sessions for GRE, TOEFL and
IELTS examinations for the benefit of the students. It facilitates exposure of the
students to reputed universities in USA, UK, Canada and Australia for admission
to higher education.
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Publication of Students Magazines
The college publishes its annual magazine 'PINNACLE' wherein students are not
only encouraged to contribute articles, but also act as members of the editorial board.
 Contributions of the students to the college annual magazine include articles, both
technical and non-technical, drawings, book review, film review, poetry, stories,
riddles, crossword puzzles, to name a few.
 Many departments publish newsletters annually/biannually through editorial
boards that comprise students and staff members. Apart from the editorial roles,
the students also contribute articles to the newsletters. The various newsletters
published by the departments are listed below.
S. No
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Department
Mechanical Engineering
Electrical and Electronics Engineering
Computer Science and Engineering
Information Technology
Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering
Biomedical Engineering
Aeronautical Engineering
Department of Management Studies
Department of English
Name of the Newsletter
Mechanical Engineering Newsletter
Focus/Facts
Communique
Focus
Aeinstens
Elixirz
Kontekts/Trefraketen
Insights
ELS Newsletter
5.1.9 Does the College provide guidance / coaching classes for Civil Services, Defence
Services, NET/SLET and any other competitive examinations? If yes, what is the
outcome?
 In-house training for GRE, IELTS and TOEFL is being organized for the benefit of
the students.
 A wide range of GATE coaching materials for preparation of GATE exam is available
through the well-stacked college library.
 During the year 2013-14 and 2014-15, 55 students have joined Masters' programmes
in universities abroad and IITs and IISCs from all the departments.
5.1.10 Mention the policies of the College for enhancing student participation in sports
and extracurricular activities through strategies such as additional academic support,
flexibility in examinations, special dietary requirements, sports uniform and materials,
any other
The college takes all possible measures to enhance participation of students in sports
and extracurricular activities.
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1. The management is very keen to encourage sports and has instituted the following
trophies:
a) SNR Chinnasamy Naidu Memorial Trophy
b) S N Rangasamy Naidu Memorial Trophy
2. Fee waiver to the extent of 25% to students admitted in management quota through
sports achievements. Every year, 8 to 10 students are admitted through this quota.
3. Sports uniforms are provided to the college team players
4. T.A, D.A are sponsored for participation in tournaments at all levels.
5. For the best outgoing student recognition, 33% weightage is given for sports and
games.
6. Medals, certificates for sports/games/athletic activities.
7. On-duty exemption for participating in tournaments and other extracurricular
activities.
8. Special tests conducted in case there is an overlap of tournament schedule and internal
assessment test schedules. This is practiced for extracurricular activities as well.
9. Special dietary requirements are taken care of during sports meets and tournaments.
10. Physical directors stay till 6:30 p.m. to train and encourage practicing student‟s every
day.
11. A special bus is operated everyday at 6 p.m. every day to help day scholars travel
after practice.
12. When a student is missing the class on account of the tournament, faculty take special
interest to teach him the contents of the missed periods.
5.1.11 Does the College have an institutionalized mechanism for placement of its
students? What services are provided to help students identify job opportunities,
prepare themselves for interview, and develop entrepreneurship skills?
The college has an institutionalized mechanism for placement of students. During the
th
5 semester of study the parents of the students are met along with their wards department
wise. A detailed presentation is given about the placement opportunities, options of higher
education and entrepreneurship. Based on these inputs the students are directed to register for
placement, higher education or for developing entrepreneurial skills. The choices by the
students are duly endorsed by the respective Heads of the Departments and the parents.
For the students who have opted for placement, the Career Development and
Placement Division takes all initiatives for training and placement.
The responsibilities of the Career Development and Placement Division are
 Conducting industry engagement programmes for the students, helping them to
identify the right job opportunity.
 Conducting pre and post assessment tests before and after the training process.
 Conducting the need assessment and training the students in groups according to the
need assessment
 Coordinating mock tests, mock GDs and mock interviews with the help of industry
professionals and senior alumni
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Feedback on the performance to the respective departments for appropriate
counselling and improvement in performance
Inviting companies to the campus for conducting recruitment drives
Ensuring participation of candidates in pool recruitment drives in and outside the
campus.
Communicating with the parents regarding the job offers and obtaining their
approval
Getting the employers' feedback for further improvement of the system
Coordinating industry internship
The structure of the Career Development and Placement Division is projected below:
Director - Placements for all the institutions of the Trust
Corporate Manager – Chennai
Corporate Manager – Bangalore
Training Manager in the campus
Trainers (in house and
outsourced)
Secretary – CDPD
Placement Assistants
Students who opt for entrepreneurship are guided through the AICTE funded
Entrepreneurship Development Center
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Awareness camps on entrepreneurship are regularly conducted
Interested students are guided to prepare the business plan and are being helped in
conducting market survey and testing for proof of concept.
5.1.12 Give the number of students selected during campus interviews by different
employers (list the employers and the number of companies who visited the campus
annually for the last four years).
The list of students selected during campus interviews by different employers and the
employers who visited the campus for the last four years is given below.
Year
No of Companies Visited No of Students Recruited
2011-12
31
552
2012-13
46
335
2013-14
28
359
2014-15
40
496
Placed Details for 2011-2012
S.No
Company Name
Infosys, Bangalore
1
HCL Technologies
2
Odessa Technologies
3
4
Sirerra Technologies
Number of Offers
284
56
7
3
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5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
18
4
12
2
4
7
4
6
1
1
5
9
1
1
4
3
39
13
8
8
3
7
35
1
1
3
2
552
Sundaram Finance Ltd
Geometrics Limited
Tree Technologies
Wipro Technologies, Bangalore (Waves Program)
Wipro Infotech
Verticurl
Syntel Ltd., Pune
Smart Training Resources India Pvt Ltd (MBA)
Cognizant Technology Solutions Ltd.,
Aspiron
Keane India Ltd, Chennai
Belair Group
Adp
BhawanInfotech
Wipro Technologies
Infosys, Bangalore (for B.Sc)
Jaro Education
Css Corp
Smart Training Resources, Coimbatore
Larsen &Tubro Ltd., Mumbai
E-Mudra, Bangalore
Defiance Technologies, Chennai
C Cubed, Bangalore
Anand Groups, Pune
Focus Academy for Career Enhancement
Sutherland Global Services
South Indian Bank, Thrissur
Total
Placed Details for 2012-2013
S.No
Company Name
1
M/S Soliton Technologies
2
M/S Odessa Technologies
3
M/S Zoho Technologies
4
M/S Athena Health
5
M/S Kalycito
6
M/S Tree Technologies
7
M/S Infosys Limited
8
M/S Wipro Technologies
9
M/S Dell Internation Services
10
M/S Larsen & Toubro
Number of Offers
2
8
2
1
3
8
102
21
10
6
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12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
M/S Tnq Publications
M/S Global English
M/S N-Buzz Solutions Pvt. Ltd.
M/S Johnson Controls
M/S Cognizant Technology Solution
M/S Aspire Systems
M/S Adp, Chennai
M/S Verticurl
M/S Ample Technologies
M/S Jaro Education
M/S Css Corp
M/S Sutherland Global Services
M/S Hcl B Serv
M/S Ultermind
M/S Aee Bee Technologies
M/S Auriss Technologies
M/S Endocare
M/S Universal Bio-System
M/S Cummins
M/S Exterro
M/S Visinture Strategic Solution(Cbe) Pvt Ltd
M/S Qaaure Technologies, Chennai
M/S Syntel
M/S Damaka Communication And Collabration
M/S Span Technology Services
M/S Hp
M/S Ideas2it
M/S Junior Research Fellowship,Mit,Chennai
M/S Poras Software Solutions, Coimbatore
M/S IotroZtech
M/S Auriss Technologies
M/S Idbi Federal Bank
M/S Jaggi Brothers
M/S Medcode
M/S Ultra Serve
Others
Total
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1
5
1
8
2
4
11
7
1
7
5
25
1
3
4
3
2
1
1
1
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
2
1
5
1
1
14
2
35
335
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Placed Details for 2013-2014
S.No Company Name
1
Aee Bee Technologies
2
Aon Hewitt
3
C-cubed
4
City Union Bank
5
Cognizant Technologies Solutions
6
CSS Corp
7
DhyanInfotech
8
ELGI Equipments
9
Global Edge Software, Bangalore
10
HP
11
IBM
12
Infosys Limited
13
LARSEN & TOUBRO Infotech
14
Maveric Systems
15
New Gen Technologies Pvt Ltd
16
Newt Global India Pvt Ltd
17
Odessa Technologies
18
San Engineering and Locomotives Limited
19
Scientific Publishing Services
20
Shanthi Gears
21
Soliton Technologies
22
Sutherland Global Services
24
Torry Harris Business Solutions
25
Vembu
26
Wipro Technologies
27
Zifo Technologies
28
Zoho Corporation
Total
Number of Offers
11
3
2
5
30
7
3
2
7
1
1
79
5
4
5
1
5
7
13
3
4
60
8
1
89
1
2
359
Placed Details for 2014-2015
S.No
Company Name
1
Soliton Technologies
2
Vembu Technologies
3
Paxterra Solution
4
Odessa Technologies
5
Zifo Technologies
6
DhyanInfotech
7
Global Edge Software Limited
8
Vuram Technology Solutions
Number of Offers
1
8
30
5
3
4
6
2
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9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
Cognizant Technologies Solution
Wipro Technologies
Infosys Technologies
Hewlett-Packard
LARSEN & TOUBRO Infotech
Tech Mahindra(B.Sc)
NewGen Software
Aspire System
GlobalEnglish
Maverick System
VWR International LLC
Accenture
Hinduja Technologies
Impiger Technologies
Zafin Technologies
Sutherland Global Services (VP)
Verticurl Pvt Ltd
American Megatrends Inc
Saint Gobain
Sanmar Engineering
Sutherland Global Services (NVP)
LGB , Coimbatore
Torry Harris Business Solutions
City Union Bank
Axis Securities
Bajaj Capital
Hirotec, Coimbatore
IVTL Infotech
CGI Information Systems
Y-Cash Software Solutions Pvt. Ltd.
Kamai Elevators (P) Ltd
Mindnotix
Total
97
83
160
3
6
4
1
1
1
1
5
7
2
2
1
6
3
1
1
RA*
3
RA*
4
8
5
2
1
4
17
3
3
2
496
5.1.13 Does the college have a registered Alumni association? If yes, what are its
activities and contributions to the development of the College?
Yes. The College has a registered Alumni Association with its chapters actively
functioning at Chennai and Bengaluru with 14 executive committee members and 25 core
group members in each group. Strength and standing of the institution is continued to be
witnessed by the professionally competent Alumni proving their worth in academia and
industry all over the country and overseas. The members of the Alumni Association play a
great role in the development of the college.
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The alumni association plays a major role in building long-lasting relationships and
creating camaraderie amongst the global community.
The activities of Alumni Association:
1. Meeting annually during the first Sunday in August at Coimbatore.
2. Annual Meeting of the Chennai Chapter on January 26th.
3. Annual Meeting of the Bengaluru Chapter on October 2nd.
4. Alumni Induction Programme in March every year.
5. Alumni Reunion events every year in the month of December.
6. Publishing half yearly Alumni newsletter 'Spotlight.'
Contributions of the Alumni Association
1. Inviting senior Alumni as speakers for various programmes organized by the
departments.
2. Coordinating Alumni as members of various Board of Studies.
3. Inviting Alumni to conduct mock interviews and group discussions.
4. Displaying 'Know Your Alumni' department-wise fortnightly to ensure better connect
between Alumni and students.
5. Dispersing Alumni scholarships for meritorious and economically weak students
annually.
6. Life membership cards to all members to ensure benefits in our group institutions and
the hospital managed by the trust.
7. Endowments created by the Alumni batch every year to support scholarships for the
students.
8. Campus recruitment by the Alumni into their organizations.
9. Internship opportunities through Alumni.
10. Alumni entrepreneurship to EDC.
The Alumni Association has instituted scholarships through which a number of
students benefit. The following table lists the beneficiaries and the amount received.
S.No
1.
2.
3.
4.
Year
No of Students
Amount in
Rupees
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
2014-15
72
2,68,500
The activities of the Alumni Association are furnished in Annexure 5.2.
5.1.14 Does the College have a student grievance Redressal cell? Give details of the
nature of grievances reported and how they were redressed.
The Institution has a grievance Redressal mechanism in place in the form of a Student
Grievance Redressal Committee. Complaints raised will be scrutinized thoroughly and
appropriate actions will be taken. The committee has been established as per UGC norms
with the following members:
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S.No
1.
Name
Dr. C. S. Ravichandran
Designation
Professor/EEE
2.
3.
4.
5.
Dr. N. Rajkumar
Dr. S. Deivanayaki
Dr. K. Deepa
Dr. N. Neelakandeswari
Professor /CSE
AP(Sl. Gr) / Physics
Professor/ IT
Associate Professor /
chemistry
Role
Convener of the Grievance
Redressal Committee
Member
Member
Member
Member
The grievances addressed over the past four years have been listed below.
Grievance Reported
Extra power plugs for laptop
charging requested
Students requested an increase in
the number of department library
books
Lateral entry students asked for
special classes for theory and lab
sessions
Extension of Parking Facility for 2
wheelers requested
Special bus services for girls
during festival seasons requested
Remedial Measure
Extra power plugs were provided
In view of their request some of core books were
identified and placed in department library
Concerned faculty members have arranged for extra
classes and lab sessions to improve the performance of
lateral entry students
Construction was carried out to extend the parking space
Special/extra bus services are being provided during
times of need
5.1.15 Does the College have a cell and mechanism to resolve issues of sexual
harassment?
Yes. Right from its inception, the college has a Women Empowerment Cell to
promote gender equality and gender amity. Instituted under the guidelines prescribed by the
University Grants Commission, the cell addresses the grievances and concerns of the girl
students. The cell organizes various activities such as lectures, seminars, panel discussions,
elocution, role plays etc., to create awareness among the girl students on sexual harassment,
work-life balance, etc. A special helpline has been created to encourage girl students to
register their complaints and grievances. The list of the members involved in Women
Empowerment Cell S.No
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Name
Dr.K.Chitra
Dr.S.Jayanthy
Dr.M.Senthamil Selvi
Dr.D.Anjeline Vijula
Dr.E.Sarojini
Dr.S.Allirani
Prof.R.Santhi
Department
MBA
ECE
IT
EIE
Civil
EEE
Maths
Role
Convenor
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
Member
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5.1.16 Is there an anti-ragging committee? How many instances (if any) have been
reported during the last four years and what action has been taken on these?
Yes. An anti-ragging committee is in place in accordance with the UGC guidelines.
The members of the committee keep a constant vigil, mainly so during the period of
admission of fresh batch of students. Students along with their parents sign an anti-ragging
affidavit to ensure a ragging-free campus. No instances of ragging have been reported in the
college till date. The Anti-Ragging Committee constitutes the following members:
S. No. Name
Designation
Role
1.
Dr. N.R.Alamelu
Principal
Chairman
2.
Mr.S.Saravanan
Police Inspector
Member
3.
Mrs.KalpanaAlamelu
Revenue Inspector
Member
4.
Mr. B. Govindaraj
Official of NGO
Member
5.
Dr.P.Karuppuswamy
Professor/Mechanical
Member
6.
Dr.M.Jagadeeswari
Professor/ECE
Member
7.
Dr.G.Gopu
Professor/BME
Member
8.
Prof.K.Manoharan
Professor / CSE
Member
9.
Dr.C.S.Ravichandran
Dean-Student Affairs
Member
10.
Dr.N.Rajasekaran
Senior Deputy Warden-Boys' Member
Hostel
11.
Dr.M.S.GeethaDevasena
Senior Deputy Warden-Girls' Member
Hostel
12.
Dr.L.Ragunath
Transport in Charge
Member
13.
Mr.J.Ravichandran
Office Manager
Member
14.
Mr.R.Thangavelu
Parent Representative
Member
15.
Mr.R.Gunaseelan
III BME
Student
Member
16.
Mr.M.M. Gobalakrishnan Department of EIE
Instructor
5.1.17 How does the College elicit the cooperation from all stakeholders to ensure
overall development of the students considering the curricular and co - curricular
activities, research, community orientation, etc.?
The institution is able to elicit the cooperation from all the stakeholders which ensures
the overall development of the students. On account of the extensive cooperation from all the
stakeholders the students are developed well not only in academia but also in co-curricular,
extracurricular activities and research.
 The inputs from the major stakeholders namely the students are updated through the
weekly tutor-ward meetings and the monthly class committee meetings.
 The feedback thus derived helps in improving the course content, teaching-learning
process and motivation in co curricular and extracurricular activities.
Teachers
The teachers who handle the subjects of the common group discuss amongst
themselves resulting in improved content, delivery and also the outcome
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Parents
The feedback collected from the parents during the parent-teacher meetings helps in
improvement of teacher-student interaction and student performance. During such meetings,
the students are able to decide on their career thus focusing better on placement or higher
education depending upon their desire.
Alumni
The interaction with the alumni provides the feedback on several aspects including the
industry expectations, academic industry gap and also the requirements and the expectations
from the students‟ perspective.
Employer
Feedback from the employer helps for the overall improvement of the system
 The feedback on industry expectations and academic and industry gap help the
institution to revise the curricula, add new electives and improve the hands on
sessions and to decide upon the value additions to be provided
 The employers‟ feedback on the performance of the candidates recruited help to refine
the methodology of training so that the performance of the students can improve
 The employer/recruiters feedback motivates the students for participation in co
curricular and extracurricular activities for profile building
Society
The participation of the society in the neighborhood enriches the community orientation. For
example, the interaction of the students with the society through NSS helps to conduct
community related programmes for the benefit of the society and also to do some projects
that improve the quality of life of the neighborhood community. This helps in making the
students to use technology for the upliftment of society.
5.1.18 What special schemes/mechanisms are in place to motivate students for
participation in extracurricular activities such as sports, cultural events, etc?
a) All required sports facilities are established to motivate and facilitate students to
participate in various activities. Sports facilities available in the college are furnished in
Section 4.1.7.
b) Qualified instructors are appointed for physical education. Physical directors stay till
6:30 p.m. to train and encourage practicing students everyday
c) The management is very keen to encourage sports and has instituted the following
trophies:
a. SNR Chinnasamy Naidu Memorial Trophy
b. SNR Rangasamy Naidu Memorial Trophy
d) Fee waiver to the extent of 25% to students admitted in management quota through
sports achievements. Every year 8 to 10 students are admitted through this quota.
e) Sports uniforms are provided to the college team players
f ) T.A, D.A are sponsored for participation in tournaments at all levels.
g) For the best outgoing student recognition, 33% weightage is given for sports and
games.
h) Medals, certificates for sports/games/athletic activities.
i) On-duty exemption for participating in tournaments and other extracurricular activities.
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j) Special tests conducted in case there is an overlap of tournament schedule and internal
assessment test schedules. This is practiced for extracurricular activities as well.
k) Special dietary requirements are taken care of during sports meets and tournaments.
l) A special bus is operated at 6 p.m. every day to help day scholars travel after practice.
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Many clubs are in place to nurture the talents of the students and help them showcase
their skills through various cultural and creative events. The list of clubs with the
respective faculty in-charges and objectives is furnished below:
S.No
1.
2.
3.
4.
Name of the
Club
Fine Arts Club
Drawing and
Painting Club/
Phoratz Club
English Literary
Society
Philatelic Club
5.
Q'zenith – The
Quiz Club
6.
Tamil Mandram
7.
Yoga and
Meditation Club
8.
Red Ribbon Club
9.
Aero Modeling
Club
Entrepreneurship
Development
Center
10.
Objective
Faculty In-Charge
To provide opportunities to express
talents in various art forms like skit,
dance and music
To nurture the skills of students who can
draw and paint and who are skilled in
photography to improve creativity
To
develop
communication,
self
expressive and competency skills
To promote the art of coin collection
Dr. B. Mathivanan
To bring out the IQ of students and
provide multidimensional learning in all
areas of knowledge
To provide a platform for expression of
oratorical and writing skills in Tamil
To promote the physical, mental and
spiritual wellness/To make emotional
quotient comfortable
To conduct activities that encourage
voluntary blood donation and increase
awareness on AIDS and moral values
To promote the aero modeling and
simulator flying
To plan and promote entrepreneurial
skills
Mrs M. Leena
Chandrika
Mrs. N. Mohanapriya
Mrs M. Chitra
Mrs P. Suganya
Mrs C. Joanna Pauline
Mrs D. Indhumathy
Dr B. Mathivanan
Dr M.R.M.
Krishnappa
Mr N. Suresh Kumar
Mr R. Sivakumar
Dr K. Chitra
5.1.19 How does the College ensure participation of women in 'intra' and 'inter'
institutional sports competitions and cultural activities? Provide details of sports and
cultural activities in which such efforts were made?
The institution has 40 % of women students studying in B.E / B. Tech and M.E /
M.Tech and MBA programmes. The institution ensures participation of women in Intra and
Inter institutional sports competitions and cultural activities. The Women Empowerment Cell
conducts various programmes motivating the students to come forward for participation in all
activities, both Intra and Inter collegiate level.
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The Physical Directress who is available in the campus till 6.30pm ensures that the
girl students get equal opportunity for participation
In Physical education there is a wing for the girl students with one captain and one
secretary motivating the girl students to participate in more number of activities in
sports.
The Fine Arts Club has 50 % of the office bearers as girl students, thus providing
equal contribution by the girl students and motivating them to participate in various
cultural events.
The institution has created the Best Outgoing Girl Student Award which is being
awarded to one girl student as Srimathi. Sheela Memorial Rolling Trophy and Gold
Medal. This award is given to a girl student who is good in academic, co curricular
activities and sports achievements. This motivates good level of participation of girl
students.
The following girl students of our college have been selected to represent Anna University
teams in various disciplines at the inter university tournaments organized by Association of
Indian Universities (A.I.U), for the past five years.
S.No
Name
Branch and
Game
Organized by
Year
year
1.
M.Sudha
III-IT
Basketball
M.D.S University Ajmer
2010-2011
2.
V.Divya
III CSE
Basketball
M.D.S University Ajmer
2010-2011
3.
V.Meera
I AERO
Basketball
M.D.S University Ajmer
2010-2011
4.
M.Sudha
IV-IT
Basketball
Kannur University, Kannur 2011-2012
5
V.Divya
IV-CSE
Basketball
Kannur University, Kannur 2011-2012
6
V.Meera
II-AERO
Basketball
Kannur University,Kannur
2011-2012
7
Samyuktha
II-CSE
Table Tennis
Amirtha
University, 2011-2012
Coimbatore
8
S.Janane
I -IT
Yoga
Kurukshetra
University, 2011-2012
Kurukshetra
9
Chindhushri.R II-AERO
Handball
Periyar University,Salem
2012-2013
10
Surya.J
III-ECE
Handball
Periyar University,Salem
2012-2013
11
Tharanya.S
I-EIE
Handball
Periyar University,Salem
2012-2013
12
S.Tharanya
II- EIE
Handball
Bharathidasan University
2013-2014
13
P Saranya
III -ECE
Kho - Kho
Mangalore University
2013-2014
14
Chindhushri.R
IV-AERO
Handball
Periyar University,Salem
2014-2015
15.
P Saranya
IV ECE
Boxing
16
N.Subha Shree
II CSE
Yoga
Lovely
Professional 2014-2015
University Jalandhar
Kurukshetra University
2014-2015
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Anna University Zonal Achievements
Anna University, Chennai conducts various sports completions. Our college sports
girls participated and brought laurels to our institution by winning various medals.
S.No
Game
Place
No of
Year
students
1.
Athletic (Over All First)
First
10
2010-2011
2.
Chess (Women)
Third
5
2010-2011
3.
Badmintion (Women)
Second
5
2010-2011
4
Ball Badminton (Women)
Second
10
2010-2011
5
Basket Ball (Women
First
12
2010-2011
6
Volleyball(Women)
Second
12
2010-2011
7
Chess(Women)
Second
5
2011-2012
8
Basket Ball (Women)
First
12
2011-2012
9
Volleyball(Women)
Third
12
2011-2012
10
Table Tennis(Women)
First
4
2011-2012
11
Badminton (Women)
Third
5
2011-2012
12
Ball Badminton (Women)
First
10
2011-2012
13
Table Tennis(Women)
First
4
2012-2013
14
Basketball (Women)
Second
12
2012-2013
15
Badminton (Women)
Third
5
2012-2013
16
Volleyball(Women)
Third
12
2012-2013
17
Chess(Men & Women)
Third
5
2012-2013
18
Athletics(Women)
First
15
2012-2013
19
Ballbadminton(Women)
First
10
2012-2013
20
Table Tennis(Women)
First
4
2013-2014
21
Basketball (Women)
First
12
2013-2014
22
Volleyball(Women)
Third
12
2013-2014
23
Chess(Men & Women)
First
5
2013-2014
24
Athletics (Women)
Second
15
2013-2014
25
Ballbadminton (Women)
First
10
2013-2014
26
Basket Ball (Women)
First
12
2014-2015
27
Volleyball (Women)
Second
12
2014-2015
28
Chess (Men & Women)
Second
5
2014-2015
29
Athletic (Women)
Second
10
2014-2015
30
Table Tennis (Women)
Third
5
2014-2015
Anna University Inter Zonal Achievements
S.No
1
2.
3.
4
5
6
7
8
Game
Basketball (Women
Ball badminton
Handball (Women)
Basketball (Women)
Table tennis(Women)
Boxing(Men & Women)
Hand Ball (Women)
Taekwondo
(Men & Women )
Place
First
First
Third
Second
First
First & Third
First
First & Second
No of Students
12
10
14
12
4
2
14
2
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2011-2012
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9
10
Table Tennis(Women)
Handball (Women)
Second
Third
4
14
2012-2013
2012-2013
11
12
Hand Ball (Women)
Boxing (Women)
Second
First
14
1
2013-2014
2014-2015
Centies (Coimbatore Erode Nilgris Tiruppur Inter Engineering Sports) Tournaments
S.No
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
Game
Table tennis(Women)
Basketball (Women)
Table tennis(Women)
Basketball (Women)
Ball badminton (Women)
Table tennis(Women)
Kho-Kho (Women)
Ball badminton (Women)
Table tennis(Women)
Basketball (Women)
Kho-Kho (Women)
Throw ball (Women)
Kho-Kho (Women)
Place
First
First
First
First
First
First
Second
Second
First
Third
First
First
Second
No of Students
4
12
4
12
10
4
12
10
4
12
12
14
12
Volleyball (Women)
Basketball (Women)
Table tennis(Women)
Second 12
Third
12
Third
4
Year
2010-2011
2010-2011
2011-2012
2011-2012
2012-2013
2012-2013
2012-2013
2013-2014
2013-2014
2013-2014
2013-2014
2014-2015
2014-2015
2014-2015
2014-2015
2014-2015
SNR Chinnasamy Naidu Inter Engineering Collegiate Tournaments
S.No
Game
Place
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Table tennis(Women)
Ball badminton (Women)
Table tennis(Women)
Ball badminton (Women)
Ball badminton (Women)
First
First
First
Second
First
No of
Students
4
10
4
10
10
Year
2011-2012
2012-2013
2012-2013
2013-2014
2014-2015
TIES Achievements
The following team players of our college have been bringing laurels to our
institution by winning various medals in the TIES tournament
S.No
Game
1.
Table tennis(Women)
2
Handball (Women)
Place
Fourth
First
No of Students
4
14
Year
2012-2013
2013-2014
Some of the cultural activities that girl students participate and excel are listed below.
S.No
1
2
3
Detail
Solo Dance
Group Dance
Solo – Vocal
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4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
Skit
Mimicry
Antakshari
Dumb Charades
Orchestra (Light Music)
Alumni Day Function
Light Music Programme
Founders day Celebration-Classical Dance
programme
Special Performance during UGC
Experts Committee Visit
Thus, the college ensures the participation of women in sports and cultural activities.
5.2. Student Progression
5.2.1 Provide details of programme-wise success rate of the College for the last four
years. How does the College compare itself with the performance of other autonomous
Colleges / universities (if available)
The college has a consistently good success rate in all programmes both in UG and
PG level. The details are listed in the table below:
S.No
1.
2.
3.
4.
UG/PG
UG
UG
UG
UG
5.
UG
6.
UG
7.
UG
8.
9.
10.
UG
UG
PG
11.
PG
12.
PG
13.
14.
PG
PG
15.
16.
17.
PG
PG
PG
Discipline
2010-11
B.E Aeronautical Engineering
NA
B.E Biomedical Engineering
95.16
B.E Civil Engineering
NA
B.E Computer Science and 82.4
Engineering
B.E Electrical and Electronics 99.21
Engineering
B.E Electronics &
96.15
Communication Engineering
B.E
Electronics
and 95.31
Instrumentation Engineering
B.E Mechanical Engineering
93.85
B. Tech Information Technology
83.08
M.E
Embedded
System NA
Technologies
M.E Computer Science and NA
Engineering
M.E. Control and Instrumentation NA
Engineering
M.E. Manufacturing Engineering 100
M.E Power Electronics and 100
Drives
M.E Software Engineering
100
M.E Thermal Engineering
NA
M.E VLSI Design
NA
2011-12
98.48
81.54
NA
85.5
2012-13
96.61
77.42
NA
92.42
2013-14
95.38
87.50
NA
91.43
92.48
92.25
94.37
92.42
89.84
88.72
91.94
93.55
95.52
88.64
92.25
NA
93.75
93.75
NA
88.36
85.19
NA
100
100
100
NA
NA
NA
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
NA
100
100
NA
100
100
NA
100
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18.
PG
19.
PG
M.Tech
Nanoscience
Technology
Management Studies
and
NA
NA
NA
100
91.38
96.61
96.55
100
Performance in Comparison with other Colleges
 Ranked 61 amongst Top 100 Engineering Colleges in Data Quest Survey 2015.
 Ranked 40 amongst all Private Engineering Colleges in South India in The Week
Survey 2015.
 Ranked 59 amongst all Private Engineering Colleges in India in The Week Survey
2015.
 SREC has been ranked amongst Top 50 Engineering Colleges in The Week Survey
2014.
 Ranked amongst Top 100 Engineering Colleges in Data Quest Survey 2014.
 Ranked amongst Top 25 Institutions in India by Silicon India Survey 2014.
 Has been ranked A++ and it has been graded amongst Top - 10 Institutions in
Placement and Industry Interface by the Business and Management Chronicle Survey
2014.
5.2.2 Provide the percentage of students progressing to higher education or employment
(for the last four batches) highlight the observed trends.
A good number of students opt for employment and register for campus recruitment.
On an average 10% of the students opt for higher studies and 6% go for entrepreneurship.
S.
Year
Students
on Campus
Higher
Others
(Business,
No
Roll (IV Year) Placement
Studies
Teaching, etc.)
1.
2011-12
959
704
99
138
2.
2012-13
959
384
99
150
3.
2013-14
1047
447
117
125
4.
2014-15
1078
358
69
127
5.2.3 What is the Programme-wise completion rate/dropout rate within the time span as
stipulated by the College/University?
Given below is the Programme-wise completion rate/dropout rate within the time
span as stipulated by the College/University. The dropout rate for the last five years has been
less than 2%.
Academic Degree Strength Completion Completion Dropouts Dropout
Year
(Number)
Rate
(Number) Rate
UG
3356
3333
99.31
23
0.69
2010
PG
636
634
99.69
2
0.31
2011
2012
UG
3455
3425
99.13
30
0.87
PG
678
675
99.56
3
0.44
UG
3841
3788
98.62
53
1.38
PG
658
649
98.63
9
1.37
UG
4028
3967
98.51
61
1.51
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2013
2014
PG
604
597
98.84
7
1.16
UG
4189
4132
98.64
57
1.36
PG
506
500
98.81
6
1.19
5.2.4 What is the number and percentage of students who appeared/ qualified in
examinations like UGC-CSIR-NET, UGC-NET, SLET, ATE / CAT / GRE /TOFEL /
GMAT / Central / State Services, Defense, Civil services?
Every year good number of students pass in GATE, CAT, GRE and CET. The
following list gives the detail of the students passed in each year.
2011-2012
No
Dept
GATE /
2012-2013
GRE
CET
CAT
GATE
GRE
2013-2014
CET
/ CAT
GATE /
2014-2015
GRE
CET
CAT
GATE
GRE
CET
/ CAT
1.
Mech
1
6
-
1
8
-
1
7
-
-
-
-
2.
EEE
5
-
-
10
-
-
38
-
-
-
-
-
3.
ECE
3
3
-
3
3
-
17
3
-
-
-
-
4.
CSE
4
2
3
3
4
7
2
4
6
-
-
-
5.
IT
-
2
-
-
3
-
-
1
-
1
3
-
6.
EIE
-
1
3
-
2
4
2
-
3
-
-
-
7.
BME
-
-
-
-
-
-
2
3
-
1
-
-
8.
AERO
-
-
-
3
-
-
3
-
-
-
-
-
9.
CIVIL
18
9
2
3
-
TOTAL
Not Applicable
13
14
06
20
20
11
65
5.2.5 Provide the details regarding the number of Ph.D / DSc / DLitt theses submitted,
accepted, resubmitted and rejected in the last four years.
In the last four years, totally 44 theses have been submitted and degrees awarded. No
thesis has been resubmitted or rejected. Year wise stastistics is given below and the list is
provided in the Annexure 5.3
Year
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
2014-15
No of Theses
Submitted
5
10
17
12
No of Theses
Accepted
5
10
17
12
No of Theses
Rejected
NIL
NIL
NIL
NIL
Degree
Awarded
5
10
17
12
5.3 Students Participation and Activities
5.3.1 List the range of sports and games, cultural and extracurricular activities
available to students. Provide details of participation and program calendar.
Sports and Games
The institution has one of the best athletic grounds. Disposing the claims that
engineering students pay little attention to games and sports, our college teams have been
making their presence felt with a plethora of prizes and medals in different games and sports
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in international, national, university and state levels. In addition to successfully training and
deputing students to participate in different championships, the college has been hosting
Anna university intercollegiate tournaments and SNR Chinnasamy Naidu Trophy for
students. The college has one of the best athletic facilities in this part of the state. The array
of facilities include two badminton courts, a basketball court, a cricket ground, two cricket
nets, two kabbadi courts, a football field, a handball court, two volleyball courts, two tennis
courts and a 400-meter athletic track. Mutli-gym equipment facilities with special provisions
for weight lifting and power lifting are also available. Some of the sports events that the
sportspersons of the college participate are listed below.
S.No
Zonal & Inter Zonal Games
Category
1
Football
Men
2
3
4
Tennis
Hockey
Kabbadi
Men
Men
Men
5
6
7
8
Throwball
Volley Ball
Basketball
Hand Ball
Women
Men & Women
Men & Women
Men & Women
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Athletic
Table Tennis
Chess
Ball badminton
Badminton
Boxing
Kho-Kho
Athletics
Men & Women
Men & Women
Men & Women
Men & Women
Men & Women
Men & Women
Men & Women
Men & Women
Cultural Activities
Cultural activities are an integral part of college life. Students participate in the
cultural activities for entertainment, for personal growth and development, as a means of
expression, to learn new skills, to meet new people and to pass on the cultural traditions.
Taking part in cultural activities helps students deal with both success and failure as well as
develop discipline, leadership, resilience and social skills. SREC has a rich heritage of
nurturing, nourishing and showcasing talents. Towards this end, the college has a Fine Arts
Club that motivates the students to express themselves and provides a solid platform for the
exhibition of their skills. The club aims to bring out the talents of the students in all the
possible forms be it music, dance, theatre, sketching or other fine arts. In order to showcase
these talents, various events are organized year around. The programme calendar and details
for the cultural activities for the past four years are given below.
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Month
March
April
August
September
December
Event
Annual Day – Cultural events and competitions
Annual Day – Cultural events and competitions
Annual Alumni Meet - Special Performance
Inaugural – Music and Dramatics Club
Talent Hunt – Competitions for identifying the talents of freshers /
Inaugural Programme
New Year Celebration – Special Performance
Special Programme/Alumni Reunion
Extracurricular Activities
National Service Scheme (NSS) is available in the college for extracurricular
activities. Community service and volunteer work is promoted and a lot of community
outreach programmes are conducted. The programme calendar for NSS activities are given
below.
Month
March
1.
2.
3.
4.
July
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
August
1.
2.
September
October
November
3.
4.
1.
2.
3.
1.
2.
3.
1.
2.
3.
4.
December
1.
2.
January
1.
2.
Activities
International Women‟s Day Celebration
Preparation of Annual Report and send to NSS Cell.
Literacy Drive
General Health Checkup Camp by Sri Ramakrishna Rural
Health Centre
College level Advisory Committee meeting
Dental Camp for students, staff members and public
Campus Cleaning Activity
Orientation
Tree Plantation Programme
Rallies for social causes such as drug abuse, AIDS
awareness, cancer awareness, etc.
Celebration of Independence Day
Conducting Special Orientation Programme for second year
NSS Volunteers
Eye screening Camp for students, staff members and public
First year Orientation Programme
Rally on Eye Donation day.
Dental Camp for students, staff members and public.
NSS Day.
Tree Plantation Programme
Personality Development Programmes
Gandhi Jayanthi Celebrations
Trekking Programme for students.
Children‟s Day Celebration for school students
Motivational Programmes.
Awareness Programmes on topics such AIDS, Indian Legal
System, sexual harassment, cadaver transplantation etc.
Submission of quarterly report to NSS cell.
Motivational/Awareness programmes for students on topics
such as road safety body donation, etc.
Republic day Celebrations
Awareness Programmes
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February
3.
1.
2.
3.
National Youth Day Celebrations
Employability Training Programme for students
Special Camps in the Adopted Village.
Guest lecture
5.3.2 Provide details of the previous four years regarding the achievements of students
in co-curricular, extracurricular activities and cultural activities at different levels:
University / State / Zonal / National / International, etc.
On top of the motivation provided to excel in the studies, students are encouraged to
participate in other activities that will make them multitalented and competent. The
achievements of students in co-curricular, extracurricular and cultural activities at different
levels are furnished in Annexure 5.4.
5.3.3 How often does the College collect feedback from students for improving the
support services? How is the feedback used?
 The college collects feedback from the students for improving the support services
through the weekly tutor-ward meetings and the monthly class committee meetings.
The feedback thus derived helps in improving the course content, teaching-learning
process and motivation in co curricular and extracurricular activities.
 The feedback is also collected for every course in all the programs covering the
various aspects like, course content, delivery methods, clarity, punctuality,
clarification of doubts, control over the class, etc. All these feedback are used for
improvement of the processes.
Feedback obtained
S.No
Feedback Received on Frequency
Usage
by
1.
Tutor Ward Meetings Teaching- learning,
Once in a
Mentoring and
classroom activities
fortnight
counselling
2.
Class Committee
Teaching-Learning , and Thrice in a
Refining academic
non academic matters
semester
and non academic
like hostel, transport,
matters
food court ,etc.,
3.
Students
Staff
Twice in a
Modification of
semester
teaching-learning
Methodology
4.
Clubs and Societies
Performance
Continuous Refining the
activities.
5.3.4 Does the College have a mechanism to seek and use data and feedback from its
graduates and employers, to improve the growth and development of the College?
Yes, the college collects the feedback of its graduates through the various Alumni
Meet. On an average, there are 4 Alumni meetings conducted annually and during such meet
the feedback are collected.
In every year more than 50 Alumni visit the institution to various departments for
interacting with the students in different forums. During such visits also the feedback are
collected.
The feedback from the employers are collected by the CDPD regularly and are passed
on to the respective departments.
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Apart from the above, every department constantly collects the Alumni Survey form
and Employer Survey form and uses the same to improve the system.
5.3.5 How does the College involve and encourage students to publish materials like
catalogues, wall magazines, College magazine, and other material? List the major
publications/ materials brought out by the students during the previous academic
session.
The college encourages students to publish materials like wall magazines / charts which
forms part of activity learning.
 For an instance, the Department of English encourages the students to prepare
poster for presentation and display. Likewise the students who are members of
Dramatics and Painting club, NSS, YRC also prepares posters and wall magazines
to explain some of the societal issues.
 The college publishes its annual magazine 'PINNACLE' wherein students are not
only encouraged to contribute articles but also act as members of the editorial
board.
 Contributions of the students to the college annual magazine include articles, both
technical and non-technical, drawings, book review, film review, poetry, stories,
riddles, crossword puzzles, to name a few.
 Students are encouraged to publish their Research articles in National and
International journals.
 Students contribute articles and act as editorial board members in the newsletters
published by various departments. The newsletters published by the departments
are listed below.
S. No
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Department
Mechanical Engineering
Electrical and Electronics Engineering
Computer Science and Engineering
Information Technology
Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering
Biomedical Engineering
Aeronautical Engineering
Department of Management Studies
Department of English
Name of the Newsletter
Mechanical Engineering Newsletter
Focus/Facts
Communique
Focus
Aeinstens
Elixirz
Kontekts/Trefraketen
Insights
ELS Newsletter
5.3.6 Does the College have a Student Council or any similar body? Give details on its
constitution, major activities and funding.
The college does not have a Student Council. The clubs, Associations, Professional
Society Chapters, sports and cultural activities have student office bearers, facilitated by
faculty in the advisory role. The funding for these activities is contributed by the
Management.
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5.3.7 Give details of various academic and administrative bodies that have student
representatives on them. Provide details of their activities.
Students are actively involved in various academic and administrative bodies as
representatives. Their invaluable inputs are analysed and put to use for the effective
functioning of academic and administrative machinery. The academic/administrative bodies
the students are involved in and their activities are given below.
 Academic Council - Student representatives provide input which is utilized in the
development of curriculum.
 Anti Ragging Committee – The Anti ragging committee has student representatives
 Class Committee – Student representatives act as a channel of communication
between the students and the staff. They represent their class in the class committee
meetings and relay the feedback of the tutors and academic coordinators to the
students and vice versa.
 Placement Cell – Every department has student coordinators who help in conducting
tests, mock interviews, group discussion and overall placement training. They also
assist the CDPD during campus recruitment process.
 Sports Committee –Student representatives help in organizing and conducting sports
events under the guidance of faculty.
 Department Associations – Student representatives along with the respective staff
members are actively involved in planning, organizing and conducting events such as
guest lectures, seminars, symposia, workshops, national/international level
conferences, etc.
 Clubs and Societies – Students representatives hold administrative positions such as
club/society presidents, secretaries, treasurers etc and play a vital role in planning,
organizing and conducting various activities.
 Hostel Committees – Students play an active role in various hostel committees such
as Mess Committee, Maintenance Committee, etc.
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CRITERION VI - GOVERNANCE, LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT
6.1
Institutional Vision and Leadership
6.1.1 State the vision and mission of the College.
 Vision of the College
To develop into a leading world class Technological University consisting of
Schools of Excellence in various disciplines with a co-existent Centre for Engineering
Solutions Development for world-wide clientele.
 Mission of the College
To provide all necessary inputs to the students for them to grow into
knowledge engineers and scientists attaining
 Excellence in domain knowledge- practice and theory.
 Excellence in co-curricular and Extra- curricular talents.
 Excellence in character and personality.
6.1.2 Does the mission statement define the College‟s distinctive characteristics in
terms of addressing the needs of the society, the students it seeks to serve, College‟s
traditions and value orientations, vision for the future, etc.?
Yes
6.1.3 How is the leadership involved in
 ensuring the organization‟s management system development, implementation and
continuous improvement
- To ensure the organization‟s management system development, implementation and
continuous improvement, the college has a competent secretarial constitution
comprising of :
 The Senior Management
 The Director (Academics)
 The Principal
 The Deans /Directors and Heads of the Departments
 The Faculty Members
- The senior management comprises of the Board of Trustees with Managing Trustee,
Joint Managing Trustee and other members of the trust. The Managing Trustee holds
the Executive Committee Meeting with the Director (Academics) and the Principal to
review the academic administration, research and development, testing and consultancy
services and any other agenda planned for the growth of the institution. This meeting is
held every month in the college premises. Major policy decisions are being taken in
such meetings.
- The Principal conducts monthly meetings with all the Heads of the departments
regarding academic activities, following up of the academic calendar, students‟
progress, placement and training details, research and extension activities, industry
interaction, consultancy assignments, alumni interaction etc.,
- The Director (Academics) and the Principal also meet the members of the faculty of
every department once in a semester to discuss about the vision of the management and
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also motivate them for their continued good performance and contributions. The heads
of the departments regularly conduct department meetings with all the members of the
faculty.
The Internal Quality Assurance Cell ensures maintenance of the quality of the teaching
learning process ensuring continuous improvement.
Interactions with the stakeholders
There is a regular interaction with all the stakeholders of the system
Monthly review meetings with the top management
Monthly meetings with the heads of the departments and the meetings of the heads of
the departments with their faculty
Parent teacher meetings every semester
Four interaction sessions with the alumni per year
Interactions with the students through class committee meetings and tutor ward
meetings
Interactions with the employers through industry engagement programmes.
Parents are invited for Orientation Programmes, Graduation Day and for meeting with
faculty regularly to infer about the progress of their ward through both hardcopy and
through student information system where they can log on to know the details of their
ward.
Reinforcing culture of excellence
The college is an Autonomous Institution, receiving grants & awards from various State
and Central Government organizations. Outstanding practices such as Quality
Management System under ISO 9001:2008, Student Activity Clubs and Professional
Body chapters are adopted by the college.
The college over the years has grown through channelizing its policies and procedures
for the increasingly demanding stakeholders.
The management of the college provides excellent infrastructure, state of art laboratory
facilities and also constantly upgrading them. Merit based recruitment policy,
implementation of revised pay scales and encouraging faculty for research and
programs for knowledge development ensure commitment to excellence.
The college conducts National Level Technical Symposiums and project contests.
The college awards the top rank students in academic performance.
The college always benchmarks itself against the best industry practices by establishing
Centres of Excellence collaborating with industry leading to product development.
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Identifying needs and championing organizational development (OD)
All the departments identify the needs for their respective programmes in terms of
curriculum, syllabi and infrastructure. They take some of the leading premier academic
institutions and standards of professional society challenges as benchmark. The needs of the
relevant industries are also identified. Based on this need analysis, the organization
development is being championed by the members of faculty.
- The needs are also triggered by,
 Suggestions from Governing Council, Academic Council and Board of Studies
meetings.
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Feedback from stakeholders
Interactions with students at all levels and faculty members
Self Appraisal system of faculty members
Evaluation by academic performance and survey reports
Review of Examination Results
Placement of Students
Needs of relevant industries.
6.1.4 Were any of the senior leadership positions of the college vacant for more than a
year? If so, indicate the reasons.
No
6.1.5 Does the College ensure that all positions in its various statutory bodies are filled
and conduct of meetings at the stipulated intervals?
Yes
6.1.6 Does the College promote a culture of participative management? If yes, indicate
the levels of participative management.
Yes. The college promotes a culture of participative management at all levels right
from the students up to the senior members of faculty.
 The student representatives are members of the following committees
1. Academic Council
2. Anti- Ragging Committee
3. The Class Committee
4. College Magazine Committee
5. Technical Associations and Clubs
6. Professional Society Chapters
7. Sports Committee
8. Hostel Mess Committee
Thus contribute towards feedback and system improvement.
 Members of Faculty are part of the committee
1. Anti – Ragging Committee
2. Anti – Ragging Squad
3. Grievance Redressal Committee
4. Women Empowerment Cell
5. Academic Council
6. Governing Council
7. Professional Society Chapters
The involvement contribute towards improvement in academic, ragging free campus,
empowerment of women and others
 Senior members of Faculty
1. Planning and Monitoring Committee
2. Discipline and Welfare Committee
3. Academic Council
4. Internal Quality Assurance Cell
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5. Finance Committee
6. Governing Council
7. Board of Studies
They contribute towards planning, budget preparation, academic improvement and quality
improvement initiatives.
6.1.7 Give details of the academic and administrative leadership provided by the
University to the College?
The Affiliating University provides the required academic and administrative
leadership
 Nominates senior members for Board of Studies of the respective programmes
 Nominates senior members to the Governing Council, Academic Council and Result
Passing Board
 Provides administrative leadership through the annual inspections by the University
Nominee members for providing continuation of affiliation to the programmes which
are not permanently affiliated to the University
 Supervising the conduct of end semester Autonomous Examination by appointing
University representatives.
 Approval of establishment of any new programme and approval for additional intake
in any of the existing programmes
 The University recognizes the eligible departments as approved Research Centres of
the University enabling scholars to pursue research either as full time or as part time
scholars.
6.1.8 How does the College groom the leadership at various levels?
The institution is very keen to groom leadership at various levels. The Management
always provides opportunity to the faculty members & students to improve their leadership
skill at various levels through different committees at institution level, departmental level and
at the student level.
- Both the students and the members of the faculty are encouraged and sponsored to
attend experiential learning through - out bound training for developing the leadership
qualities.
- The faculty members are sponsored for attending programmes like - higher education
summit, quality improvement initiatives, industry interaction programmes to make the
vision broad based and also to develop the leadership qualities.
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Leadership Grooming
Students
Extracurricular
Events
EDC,
Clubs &
Societies –
Office
Bearers
Faculty Members
Organizing
Events
/Functions
Class
Representative
s
Lab
Incharge
Academic
Coordinators/
Tutors
Administrative
Positions –
Centre/ Cell
Head Positions
6.1.9 Has the College evolved any strategy for knowledge management? If yes, give
details.
Yes. The college has evolved the following strategies for knowledge management.
- Reorganization of knowledge growth helps in arranging workshops and training on
varied subjects throughout the year benefiting the entire cross section of the faculty
members.
- Inflow of knowledge through special talks by eminent persons in fields of research,
academics, industry and social awareness is very well supported by the college.
- The National and International conferences, seminars, workshops etc., organized
becomes a great platform to develop the knowledge base among faculty members
and students to improve their knowledge level, skill and ability.
- The College has been sponsoring faculty to acquire higher academic qualifications
like the Ph.D programmes, faculty development programmes and other training
programme offered to faculty and staff members.
- Establishment of R&D and Innovation Centre, Center of Excellence, membership in
different Professional Bodies, MoUs for interaction with industries and foreign
universities to swap over of thoughts, knowledge and build up inter-disciplinary
projects.
- Support for research activities, facilitate IPR filing, assistance to get patents etc,
providing a platform for sharing the knowledge with other organizations.
6.1.10 How are the following values reflected in various functions of the College?
Contributing to National development:
- Motivating the students for Entrepreneurship, thus producing Job creators,
rather than Job seekers, contribute to the National development, by generating
employment opportunities and also in alignment with “Make in India”.
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For taking the healthcare at affordable cost to rural areas, there is focus on
developing health care devices and it is accomplished through the programme in
Biomedical Engineering.
In line with National Mission NANO 2020, a post graduate programme in
Nanoscience and Technology has been introduced focusing on interdisciplinary
research.
NSS and other professional bodies contribute to the National as well as Regional
developments.
Fostering global competencies among students:
- The college has taken necessary steps to make its students internationally competent
through outcome based education. The syllabus is Benchmarked with other premier
Universities to equip the students to be high-quality professionals. The Institution
offers essential platform for the students to get themselves equipped with the modern
technological advancements, soft and interpersonal skills.
- Sponsorship by the management for students to present papers in international
forums.
- Training the students to take up globally recognized certifications like BEC, CISCO,
Microsoft Certifications, etc.
- Organizing lectures through video conferencing and inviting experts from abroad.
- Relevant information for students about foreign universities through Bureau of
overseas education, for higher education abroad.
Inculcating a sound value system among students:
- Students are encouraged to carry out additional activities through NSS, YRC, Yoga
and meditation and various club activities and professional societies. Blood donation
camps, medical camps, spreading social awareness, educating rural students are some
of the regular activities carried out by students.
- Professionals are invited to interact with students to inculcate moral, ethical and
social values.
- Professional ethics has been included in the curricula of all B.E/B.Tech programmes.
- Community projects is a part of the curriculum for students of Management studies
Promoting use of Technology:
Use of Information Communication Technology is promoted in all spheres for
teaching –learning to be more effective.
- Class room with audio-visual facility and internet connectivity
- Wi-fi enabled campus
- Webinars through Confederation of Indian Industries, R & D and other industry
professionals.
- Computerized Campus Management systems
- Digital Library
- Google drive application development
- Nodal centre for Quality improvement in higher education initiative
- Simulation, demonstration packages and real time model are provided in all
laboratories for better learning.
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- Results published online
- Online tests for placement training
Uses of technology at all appropriate levels- thereby practice engineering than studying
engineering.
Quest for Excellence:
- The Vision and Mission of the institution itself reveals the focus quest for excellence.
- College participates in various National surveys as a measure of projecting
excellence.
- Enhancement in infrastructure in Nano science, Virtual Instrumentation, Mechanical
System analysis and design are few examples for excellence in infrastructure.
- Funded projects from agencies –CSIR, AICTE, and DST for excellent research
outcomes.
- Awards received by the College
o Advanced partner Institute Award by Infosys Campus Connect since
2009, for six consecutive years
o IEEE best chapter award from Madras Section in 2012.
o Largest student branch award form Computer Society of India in 2015.
o Best College Magazine award by Divodhaya in 2015.
o Sustainable Industry Institute Partnership Award for Best Industry
Linkage 2015
o Best Innovative Project Award from ICT Academy of TamilNadu 2015.
- Awards received by the faculty
S.No
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Department
Electrical and
Electronics
Engineering
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3.
Computer Science
and Engineering
Name of the Faculty
Dr. A. Ebenezer
Jeyakumar,
Award/ Recognition Details
IEEE Lifetime Achievement
Award 2014
Prof. K. Manoharan,
CSI Significant Contribution
Award (2011-2012)
Campus connect faculty
partnership Model
Mrs. Anuratha
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Mrs. Rathi
Campus connect faculty
partnership Model
5.
Dr. P. Karuppuswamy
Best Faculty Award- 2014 from
Cognizant Technology
Solutions, Coimbatore
Best Faculty Award (20122013), Ibri College of
Technology, Sultanate of Oman
“Best Management Teacher” by
Coimbatore Management
Association in the year 2014
6.
Mechanical
Engineering
Dr. S. VenkatPrasat
7.
Management Studies
Dr.R.MaryMetilda
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6.1.11 Give details of the UGC autonomous review committee‟s recommendations and
its compliance.
UGC has extended the autonomous status to the college with effect from the
academic year 2015-2016 to 2021-2021 including ex-post facto approval from 2013-2014
to 2014-2015.
Autonomous Review Committee Report:
I. Merits / Observations
 Memorandum of Understanding is signed with various industries like SIEMENS, L&
T, Texas Instruments, Bangalore FICE - Intel India Pvt. Ltd., Bangalore, coreEL
Technologies, PRICOL Ltd, PRICOL Technologies, Zylog India Pvt. Ltd, KKM
Software Pvt. Ltd. National Instruments, Bangalore, CISCO Networks Academy,
Kyungpook National University, South Korea, EMC Corporation etc to set up
labs and offer training programmes
 A CENTRE OF EXCELLENCE in Virtual Instrumentation is established in
collaboration with National Instruments Bangalore at the cost of Rs.1.36 crores. A high
end research facility in Nano Science Technology for characterization and synthesis
facilities with imported equipments has been set up at a total cost of Rs.3.6 crores
 64 faculty members are qualified with doctoral degree
 Largest Student Branch award from Computer Society of India- 2014
 Certified LABVIEW Academy by National Instruments – 2013
 IEEE Best Chapter Award of Madras section – 2012
 The Advanced Partner Institute Award by Infosys campus connect since 2009
 The faculty retention rate is very good
 The college has received Rs. 3,21,17,281/- from various funding agencies since 2007 to
till date for Research and Development activities
 The college has received 1 patent and applied for 15 patents
 3 copyrights were received and applied for 2
 Incentives are provided for the faculty for receiving research funds
 Financial assistance and special leaves are provided to the Faculty to attend
international conferences
 Various staff welfare measures are in practice
 Students performance in Sports and Games at the University level and State level events
is good
 Best Outgoing Student Awards are given annually
 Gold medals are awarded to Toppers in various departments instituted by the donors
from the Management, Alumni and Industry
 Technical Associations and Professional Societies in almost all the branches are
available
 Several Clubs are functioning to promote Extension and Community service activities
 Some of the Members of the Board of Studies are from reputed R & D institutions and
Industry
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More emphasis on laboratory based learning. Innovative laboratory experiments are
added to enhance the problem solving ability of the students
Flexible curriculum through directed self study courses and community oriented
summer projects are introduced
The college witnessed good increase in the infra structural facilities in the post
autonomous phase since 2007 – 2008
There is a good focus on Industry-Institute Interaction headed by a Chief Officer for
industry interface
There is a Bureau of Overseas Education headed by a Senior Faculty which guides the
students and also provides in house training for their higher education abroad
There is an Entrepreneurship Development Cell functioning in the college supported by
AICTE
IQAC as per NAAC guidelines is functioning
Some of the Faculty Members are reviewers for the publications from reputed agencies
II. Suggestions and Action Taken :
S.No.
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Suggestions
Flexible choice based credit system
may be introduced
Teachers should enhance themselves
and go for regular industrial training
2.
programmes to deliver and impart
knowledge to students
Suggested to include industrial
3. training for all courses with credits
allotted.
Action Taken
The institution is working on choice based
credit system form the Academic year
2016-2017
Faculty members are sponsored to attend
these programmes. This is in practice from
the beginning.
Faculty members are strongly motivated to
attend such programmes.
It is planned to include the same in the
forthcoming regulations.
6.2
Strategy Development and Deployment
6.2.1 Does the College have a Perspective Plan for development? If so, give the aspects
considered in development of policy and strategy.
Yes. The college have a perspective plan for development. The aspects considered are
1. Establishment of Business Incubator to nurture entrepreneurship
2. Development of laboratories in collaboration with industries
3. Enhancement of Interaction with universities abroad
6.2.2 Enunciate the internal organizational structure of the College for decision
making processes and their effectiveness.
One of the contributing factors towards the systematic and efficient functioning of the
institution is decentralization of all its activities. The following chart indicates the
organization with respect to academic administration.
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Management
Director
(Academics)
Vice
Principal
IQAC
Administrative
Office
Establishment Section,
Students Affair Section,
Accounts Section.
The Principal
Academic
Departments
HoD/Dean/Director,
Teaching
Faculty,
Non-Teaching
Faculty
Controller of
Examinations
CoE Staff
Alumni Cell, CDPD
Library, Physical
Education, Transport,
Infrastructure
Maintenance, Planning
and Monitoring
6.2.3 Specify how many planned proposals were initiated/ implemented, during the
last four years. Give detail
The following planned proposals were initiated and implemented in the last four
years.
- Introduction of new courses in UG & PG programmes.
- NBA accreditation for eligible programmes – 6 Programmes in UG and 2
Programmes in PG accredited
- Establishment of new laboratories for Research
- ICT enabled classrooms
- To adapt higher order thinking skills using blooms taxonomy in question
paper setting
- Industry immersion for faculty and internship for students
- Industrial Field Training for students
- Technical value added courses
- Introduction of audit courses
- Alumni scholarships for students
- Establishment of Multicuisine Food Court
- Innovation Centre
- Separate block for mechanical and Building Sciences
- New hostel block for boys
- Research grants and funding from different government agencies other than
AICTE- DST, CSIR, etc.
6.2.4 Does the College have a formally stated quality policy? How is it designed,
driven, deployed and reviewed?
Yes. The college has a formally stated quality policy. This policy has been designed
by involving and considering the inputs from all the stakeholders of the system. The quality
policy reflects the vision and mission of the institution. The stated quality policy for
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imparting quality technical education with Outcome Based Education is driven and deployed
to all the stakeholders of the system. It is driven by the global quality standards in technical
and management education as discussed and approved by Internal Quality Assurance Cell.
The deployment of the quality policy is through –competent, dedicated and
experienced team of faculty.
o Class committee meetings to the students
o Faculty meeting by the Heads of the Departments
o Alumni meetings for the members of the alumni
o Website Publications
o Printed Display through students calendar, test notes, assignment notes and
record books.
All these policies are governed by ISO 9001-2008 standards and are periodically
reviewed by periodic internal auditing and by external auditing done annually.
6.2.5 How does the College ensure that grievances / complaints are promptly attended
to and resolved effectively? Is there a mechanism to analyze the nature of grievances
for promoting better stakeholder-relationship?
- The institute has got a redressal committee, for complaints and grievances with a
senior professor as convener and other senior faculty members in the team.
- In addition to this a complaint cum grievances cell is also in its place having the
members of faculty and deputy warden of the hostel. These committees receive the
grievances in any from the students and forward them to the respective departments
like the estate officer, civil maintenance etc for redressal.
- In addition to these two committees, students can also represent their problems in
class committee meeting, tutor ward meeting, mess committee meeting, Anti Ragging
Committee and Disciplinary Committee. This ensures a better relationship with the
stakeholders.
6.2.6 Does the College have a mechanism for analyzing student feedback on
institutional performance? If yes, what was the institutional response?
Yes. The college has a mechanism for analyzing student feedback on institutional
performance.
For example, there was a representation from the advanced learners that they will
have to be given the privilege to borrow additional books from the library. This feedback
was immediately responded to, make the provision for the same.
6.2.7 In what way the affiliating University helped the College to identify the
developmental needs of the College?
- The affiliating university nominates senior academicians as the member for the
Governing Council, Academic Council as well as board of studies which helps for the
development of the institution. In addition to his the Centre for Faculty Development
sponsors the institution to conduct the Faculty Development Programmes for the
teachers of other institutions as well.
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The affiliating university recognizes the eligible departments as the research centre of
the university and also eligible professors as research supervisors. This enhances the
research culture with quality research publications.
The university also helps for collaborative research and importing of high end
research equipment.
Providing Common Placement for the students by the University
Resource persons for Faculty Development Programmes/ Conferences/Symposiums
etc.,
6.2.8 Does the affiliating university have a functional College Development Council
(CDC) or Board of College and University Development (BCUD)? If yes, In what way
College is benefitted.
- No, as the institution is Autonomous, the affiliating university does not have a
functional College Development Council or Board of College and University
Development.
6.2.9 How does the College get feedback from non-teaching, teaching, parents and
alumni on its functioning and how it is utilized?
- The feedback from the teaching faculty members are collected during the department
meeting and also through the annual appraisal.
- The non-teaching faculty members submit the feedback to the Head of the
Department.
- The feedback from the parents are collected in the parent‟s teachers meeting annually.
- Alumni feedback are collected through various alumni meetings conducted at the
parent chapter and the other chapters at Chennai and Bengaluru annually.
These feedback are analyzed by various relevant committees and used for
improvement of overall functioning.
6.2.10 Does the College encourage autonomy to its academic departments and how does
it ensure accountability?
Yes. The college encourages autonomy to its academic departments.
- Each of the Heads of Departments conducts their Board of Studies meetings once a
year to revamp the syllabi in accordance with the emerging trends in higher education
and employment. They have the freedom of taking the inputs from the stakeholders
and to modify syllabi and various other aspects in the curriculum.
- Advanced topics, job-oriented courses and emerging fields have been incorporated
into the curriculum, which enables the students to acquire competency to meet the
challenges at the national and international levels.
- Training, Faculty Development Programmes, seminars, conferences and such other
co-curricular activities are completely dealt with by the departments with full
autonomy.
- Certificate Courses in the form of Value Added Courses are also offered in the latest
technology so that students equip themselves, and become industry ready.
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Any suggestions for improvement are discussed in the HOD‟s meeting with the
Principal.
Accountability is ensured through regular monitoring and review process at
departmental level by HOD and college level by the Principal.
Faculty performance is accountable through performance appraisal system, to
maintain the continuous development in the areas of teaching, enhance their potential
and to motivate the individuals in improving their area of weakness.
The Management has resolved to delegate power to Heads of the Departments to the
extent of Rs. 10,000 (Rs. Ten Thousand Only) for procurement of goods and for
other expenses as required by the departments per month.
6.2.11 Does the College conduct performance auditing of its various departments?
Yes. The college regularly conducts performance auditing.
1. Annual Audit with respect to functioning of Autonomy
2. Internal Audit with the help of in-house team for ISO Certification
3. Annual external audit for ISO certification
6.3 Faculty Empowerment Strategies
6.3.1 What efforts are made by the College to enhance the professional development of
teaching and non teaching staff?
The college takes all possible efforts to enhance the professional development of
teaching and non teaching members of the faculty.
Members of the teaching faculty are provided with
Financial support by the management to be part of the professional society. This
enables networking, peer interaction and technical development
The faculty members are encouraged to attend the conferences, workshops,
seminars and symposia through sponsorship
Special permission to the members of faculty to serve as the resource person in
various forums - Board of Studies of other institutions and Universities, to be a
member of Doctoral Committee for research scholars and to act as examiner for
Ph.D viva- voce examinations
Encouragement to conduct in house faculty development programmes,
workshops nurturing inter departmental activities and professional development
Sponsorship for higher studies from Post Graduate to Ph.D.
Incentives for the sanctioned Research Projects
Motivation and support to participate in industry immersion programmes which
also contribute to the professional development
Non-Teaching Staff
- The members of non teaching staff are also given appropriate in house training
- Arranging training programmes for strengthening the knowledge of using latest
facilities and equipment.
- Permission to pursue higher studies
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Special programme on safety precautions for all the drivers by the state owned
training institute
Non-teaching staff are also sponsored and deputed for training programs conducted
by other institutions.
6.3.2 What is the outcome of the review of the Performance Appraisal Reports? List
the major decisions.
- The performance appraisal of the faculty members are through self appraisal,
appraisal by the heads of the departments and appraisal presentation for fresh
recruits before an expert panel
- The departments set achievable targets for the faculty members in one academic
year for all parameters; teaching, results, self development, and contribution to
the department etc. Any gap identified, an appropriate feedback is given for
improvement
- If performance appraisal is not satisfactory for the faculty under probation period,
the probation period is extended.
6.3.3 What are the welfare schemes available for teaching and non teaching staff?
What percentage of staff have availed the benefit of such schemes in the last four years?
The following are the welfare schemes available for the teaching and non teaching
staff of the institution.
- Provident Fund contribution by the employee and equal contribution by the
Management
- Employees Deposit Linked Insurance (EDLI) - If an employee expires during
service an amount of Rs. 3, 52,000/- can be claimed trough this insurance scheme.
- Group Insurance - If an employee expires during service an amount up to
Rs. 50,000/- can be claimed through this insurance scheme.
- Earn leave of 3 days per year is provided after the completion of two years of
service from the date of joining, which can either be enchased or accumulated up
to a maximum of 60days.
- Medical leave of 5 days per year is provided after the completion of two years of
service from the date of joining; it can be either availed or accumulated up to
maximum of 30 days.
- Maternity leave can be availed for 60 days with full salary for the first two
deliveries, after the completion of two years of service from the date of joining.
- Rural Health centre inside the campus for both general and Dental Check up.
- Medical treatment at a concession rate of 25% is provided for the employees and
their family members at Sri Ramakrishna Hospital, Coimbatore managed by the
Trust of the Institution. If necessary, on the interest of the employee the medical
expenses can be deducted from the monthly salary on their request and approval.
- For each teaching faculty member after completion of their Ph.D a monthly
allowance of Rs.10, 000/- is given as additional incentive, irrespective of cadre.
- The individual faculty member of the institute is being rewarded by the
Management, an incentive of 10% of the approved fund as a token of appreciation
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Personal loan assistance at South Indian Bank
Non-teaching faculty using college transport can avail 50% concession in their
transport charges.
Teaching Staff:
Academic Year
Total No of Teaching Staff
Welfare Schemes
Provident Fund contribution
by the employer
Gratuity
Ph.D Incentive
Earn leave
Medical leave
Maternity leave
2011-2012
267
2012-2013 2013-2014
306
319
2014-2015
330
Percentage of Staff availed the schemes
100
100
100
100
0.37
8.98
55.05
55.05
2.24
0.98
11.11
61.43
61.43
2.61
0.62
15.98
54.54
54.54
2.5
2.72
19.09
58.18
58.18
3.33
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Non- Teaching Staff:
Academic Year
Total No of Non-Teaching
Staff
Welfare Schemes
Provident Fund contribution by
the employee
Gratuity
Earn leave
Medical leave
Maternity leave
2011-2012
162
2012-2013
181
2013-2014
195
2014-2015
198
Percentage of Staff availed the schemes
100
100
100
100
0.167
49.38
49.38
1.85
1.65
45.30
45.30
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2.56
41.53
41.53
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1.51
43.93
43.93
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6.3.4 What are the measures taken by the College for attracting and retaining eminent
faculty?
- The institute offers pay-scales as per the recommendations of the VIth
pay
commission.
- The career advancement is provided as per the norms prescribed by the apex bodies.
- Providing additional incentives for the Ph.D holders irrespective of cadre Assistant
Professor, Associate Professor and Professor.
- Encouraging for interaction with outside world –academics as well as industry.
- Encouragement for pursing Ph.D with on-duty leave and sponsorship to present
papers.
- Rent free staff quarters.
- TA/DA for attending conferences/ Workshops/Seminars with special on duty.
- Comfortable free conveyance for Heads of the departments.
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These motivations have resulted in a high retention rate of faculty.
Academic Year
Retaining Rate in Percentage of
Teaching Staff
Retaining Rate in Percentage of NonTeaching Staff
20112012
20122013
2013-2014
20142015
80.52
92.15
89.65
86.66
82.71
84.53
93.33
88.38
6.3.5 Has the College conducted a gender audit during the last four years? If yes,
mention a few salient findings.
Yes. The college has conducted gender audit during the past four years.
- The following table provides the information about the survey of gender audit
carried out during the last four academic years.
Academic Year
2011-2012
2012-2013
2013-2014
2014-2015
Teaching Staff
Non- Teaching
Staff
Students
Men
Women
Men
Women
Men
Women
Men
Women
124
143
150
156
160
159
167
163
Men
Women
Men
Women
Men
Women
Men
Women
99
63
108
73
123
72
125
73
Boys
Girls
Boys
Girls
Boys
Girls
Boys
Girls
2416
1717
2642 1857
2735 1897
2795 1900
6.3.6 Does the College conduct any gender sensitization programs for its staff?
Yes. The college conducts gender sensitization programs to both staff and also for the
students.
- The Women Empowerment Cell, IEEE-WIE affinity group co-ordinate and
organizes such gender sensitization programs.
- These forums also celebrate international women‟s day which is again a
programme for gender sensitization.
6.3.7 What is the impact of the University‟s UGC-Academic Staff College
Programmes in enhancing competencies of the College faculty?
- The affiliating university does not have an Academic Staff College. However the
University has the Centre for Faculty Development through which they support
sponsorship for Faculty Development Programs both during winter and also during
summer sessions. These programs help enhancement of the competencies of faculty
members towards better teaching, learning and also take up research work.
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S.No
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
Date
Organized Event/Topic
Sponsorship
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Staff development program Total
10.05.2010 -14.05.2010
Quality Management & Total
AICTE, New Delhi
Productivity Management
Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering
Staff Develop Programme on
20.06.2011 - 02.07.2011
“Modelling and Analysis of
AICTE, New Delhi
Electrical Machines”
Faculty Developement Training
9.12.2013 - 15.12.2013
Programme in “EE2352-Solid
Anna University, Chennai
State Drives”
Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering
Summer Winter School
Programme on Soft Computing
08.06.2015-21.06.2015
AICTE, New Delhi
Techniques for the Engineering
Research and its Application
FDTP on EC 2305-Transmission
18.06.2014 - 24.06.2014
Anna University, Chennai
Lines & Waveguides
FDTP on EC 2301-Digital
Anna University Chennai
10.06.2013 - 16.06.2013
Communication
Faculty Development Training
04.07.2011- 10.07.2011
Anna University, Chennai
Programme on Wireless Network
Department of Information Technology
Data Warehousing and Data
Anna University of
2011-2012
Mining
Technology, Coimbatore
Department of Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering
Faculty Development
25.10.2013- 26.10.2013
IEEE Madras Section
Programme
Faculty Development and
Anna University, Chennai
08.12.2014 -14.12.2014
Training Programme
Funding under Category III
6.4
Financial Management and Resource Mobilization
6.4.1 What is the institutional mechanism to monitor effective and efficient use of
financial resources?
- The budget requirements for the forthcoming year are collected from every
department and consolidated.
- The utilization of the current year approved budget along with the budget projected
for the forthcoming year are presented to the Finance Committee after discussions in
the Executive Committee.
- The various heads of the budget, include the department capital requirements,
consumables, maintenance, other incidental expenses, etc.
- After the approval of the finance committee, it is also approved by the Governing
Council.
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Sports
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Administrative Office
Transportation
Clubs & Societies
Other Services
Departments
Executive
Committee
Teaching & Non-teaching
faulty members
Controller of Examinations
Career Development &
Placement Division
Finance
Committee
Governing Council Approval
Periodically reviewed by
Executive Committee
6.4.2 Does the College have a mechanism for internal and external audit? Give details.
- Yes. The college has a mechanism for the internal and external audit for every
academic year by the competent authorities.
6.4.3 Provide audited income and expenditure statement of academic and
administrative activities of the previous four years.
The audited income and expenditure statement is provided in Annexure – 6.1
6.4.4 Have the accounts been audited regularly? What are the major audit objections
and how are they complied with?
No major audit objections have been raised.
6.4.5 Narrate the efforts taken by the College for resource mobilization.
The major resource mobilization for the institution is through the collection of tuition
fees at the beginning of every academic year.
6.4.6 Is there any provision for the College to maintain the „corpus fund‟? If yes, give
details.
Yes. The college maintains the corpus fund as per the stipulated norms.
Date of
S.No.
Bank Name
FDR A/C No.
Date
Amount
Maturity
The South Indian
1.
0206101000005630 06.08.08
1,500,000.00 06.08.15
Bank Limited
Tamil Nadu
Transport
2. Development
M531322
03.10.14
1,500,000.00 03.10.19
Finance Corporation
Limited
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3.
Tamil Nadu
Transport
Development
Finance Corporation
Limited
M531674
06.02.15
1,500,000.00
06.02.20
Net Total 4,500,000.00
6.5
Internal Quality Assurance System
6.5.1 Does the College conduct an academic audit of its departments? If yes, give details.
- Yes. The college conducts academic audit of all its departments; under ISO
9001:2008, Quality Management System (QMS) every semester and external
audit is done once in an academic year.
- A team of faculty members trained in conducting internal audit are entrusted with
the responsibility for conducting the audit objectively through checking,
inspecting, and verifying records & documents, work area observation, and
interviewing of concerned persons. Finally Management Representative
consolidates the audit reports and present them to the management for review and
to take necessary measures for enhancing the quality.
- The Internal Quality Assurance Cell also audits regularly to enhance system
performance.
- There is an Annual audit for ensuring the functioning of Autonomy.
6.5.2 Based on the recommendations of academic audit what specific measures have
been taken by the College to improve teaching, learning and evaluation?
Based on the recommendations of academic audit, the following specific measures
have been taken by the College to improve teaching, learning and evaluation.
- The shortcomings in the teaching learning process, continuous learning process
are taken into consideration and corrective measures are taken to improve and
enhance the outcome based education.
- The syllabus, curriculum, teaching methodologies is being enhanced and better
progress is achieved in the academic performance of the institute.
6.5.3 Is there a central body within the College to continuously review the teaching
learning process? Give details of its structure, methodologies of operations and
outcome?
Yes. There is a central body to continuously review the teaching learning process.
- The Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) reviews the Autonomous functioning
of the institution.
- IQAC conducts regular programmes for fresh teachers-induction programmes,
workshops on improvement in teaching-learning process both theory and practical
sessions. These sessions are attended by the faculty representing every department
and the sessions are handled by the IQAC members from different departments.
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IQAC has come out with handouts for teaching-learning process of both theory and
laboratory courses. This helps in enhancing the teaching learning process of the
institution.
The structure of the IQAC is as mentioned below,
 Chairperson
 Director
 Faculty from Departments
 Members form Industries
 Secretary
Chairperson
Director
Faculty from Departments
External Members from Industry
Secretary
-
Dr.N.R. Alamelu, Principal
Dr.S.U. Prabha, Professor/EEE
Dr.A. Ebenezer Jeyakumar, Director (Academics)
Prof.S.P.Rajkumar, Professor and Head / EEE
Dr.P.Karuppusamy, Professor and Head/Mechanical
Dr.M. Suresh Kumar, Professor/CSE
Dr.N. Sathish Kumar, Professor / ECE
Dr. A. Murugarajan, Professor / Mechanical
Mr.J. Ravichandran / Accountant
Mr.K. Ragunandhanan
Joint General Manager, Central Manager,
SectorE3, Building A, Malumichampatti Campus,
Larsen & Toubro,
Coimbatore – 641050.
Mr. Binosh Balachandra
Head – Embedded Systems
1065, Rakavis Towers,
Ramanathapuram, Trichy Road,
Pricol Technologies,
Coimbatore – 641041.
Mr.B.Mohankumar, Asst. Professor/ IT
The IQAC meeting is conducted twice in a year.
Methodologies of operations and outcome of Internal Quality Assurance Cell
(IQAC) is,
 To develop a quality system for conscious, consistent and catalytic
programmed action to improve the academic and administrative performance
of the college.
 To promote measures for institutional functioning towards quality
enhancement through internationalization of quality culture and
institutionalization of best practices.
 Suggestions given by stakeholders through feedback are also taken into
account for improvement in teaching learning methodology and pedagogy.
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6.5.4 How has IQAC contributed to institutionalizing quality assurance strategies and
processes?
- The IQAC has members drawn from the different department of the institution. The
periodic workshops on effective teaching- learning and practical sessions by the
faculty contribute to enhance the quality.
- The best practices followed in one department, when discussed are followed in the
other departments helps in institutionalizing the quality.
6.5.5 Does the IQAC have external members on its committees? If so, mention any
significant contribution made by such members.
Yes. The IQAC has the following two external members form the industry.
 Mr. K. Ragunandhanan
Senior Deputy General Manager
Larsen & Toubro, Coimbatore
-
 Mr. Binosh Balachandra
Head of Embedded Electronics
Pricol Technologies, Coimbatore
The valuable suggestions and contributions made by the experts from industry are,
o Re-orientation of the lab sessions, in such a way that importance is given for
better understanding of the practical concepts.
o Suggested peer learning.
o Health screening for students to identify any health issues at the early stage
itself.
o Question repository for placement preparation sessions.
o Question repository for pre-lab and post-lab sessions.
o To ensure very strong fundamentals and to connect the same for various
multidisciplinary applications.
6.5.6 Has the IQAC conducted any study on the incremental academic growth of
students from disadvantaged sections of society?
- The academic growth of all the students from the disadvantaged sections of the
society are being identified, counselled, taken care and monitored on a regular basis
by all the departments of the institute.
- The institute plans regularly programs in association with the Government Agencies
meant for the development of disadvantaged section of the society.
What policies are in place for the periodic review of administrative and academic
departments, subject areas, research centres, etc.?
The Policies are in place for the periodic review of administrative and academic
departments, subject areas, research centres etc.,
6.5.7
Administrative Departments
- Governed by ISO-9001- 2008 quality systems.
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An Estate Officer takes care of the overall maintenance of the campus and submits
weekly reports to the Head of the Institution
- A well planned administrative structure is in place for establishment, students,
academic and examinations
- The manager in charge of the office conducts periodic review and takes care of the
work allocation to the administrative staff
- In administration inter departmental transfers are also done every year to ensure job
rotation
- Annual stock verification of all departments carried out to take care of maintenance,
calibration of equipments and to condemn the old items of the stock
- A centralized computer maintenance cell ensures preventive maintenance and
networking of all the computing systems with respect to both hardware and software
Academic Departments
All the academic departments are governed by very structured policy for governance under
the leadership of the Heads of the Departments.
- Monthly meetings with the faculty members by the Heads of the Departments to
ensure enhancement of infrastructure.
- Up gradation of software / equipment
- Maintenance and calibration of the equipment
- Scheduling of workload and Preparation of the lesson delivery plan etc.,
- The review of the academic departments are also done through the self appraisal of
the faculty appraisal by the Heads of the Departments and appraisal presentation
before an expert panel
Subjects Areas
The review is taken care of through
- Monthly class committee meetings attended by the student representatives, faculty
members handling the classes with one faculty chairing the meeting
- Review of result analysis after every examination and ensuring remedial actions for
improvement in the performance
- Interaction within the department based on the feedback from all the stakeholders for
improvement
Research Centre
- The review is being done to motivate the faculty members holding Ph.D., to become
the recognized supervisors and also to take up research work by guiding Ph.D.,
scholars both full time and part time
- Encourage the members of faculty to be a member of Doctoral Committee, oral
examination board and also members of the review committee for journals and
conferences
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CRITERIA VII: INNOVATION AND BEST PRACTICES
7.1
Environment Consciousness
7.1.1 Does the College conduct a Green Audit of its campus?
No. Green Audit is not conducted.
- The institution is located in a sprawling 42-acre campus with greenery in and
around the campus. The institution is committed to its responsibilities to the
environment and consciously monitors the up keep and maintenance of the
campus.
- The College has ensured reduction in carbon emission by installing solar
panels, in the college premises
- In the entire hostel blocks water heating is through solar panels, thus
optimizing the use of fossil fuels.
- The campus has been made as green as possible by planting good number of
trees and other plants, with an exclusive team for gardeners and NSS
volunteers.
7.1.2 What are the initiatives taken by the College to make the campus eco-friendly?

Energy conservation
- The students and staff members are aware of the importance of energy
conservation. The students have been made self responsible by switching off
the lights and fans whenever not in use. Energy conservation banners have
been put up in the college and hostel.
- The UPS Batteries were maintained in good condition which reduces charging
current of batteries.
- Electrical equipments are periodically checked and monitored to ensure
energy conservation.
- Usage of CFL bulbs wherever possible.

Use of renewable energy
- 52.8 kW solar panels have been installed on roof-top of the academic and
administrative block and on an average 250 Units are harvested every day
- Solar water heaters have been installed in the hostels
- In college, a “Renewable Energy Club” is active since 2006. This club is
constantly organizing various awareness programs pertaining to energy
management and conservation.
- The lawns and saplings in the garden are watered by the recycled waste water
which is treated properly in the plant.

Water harvesting
- All the buildings in the campus are provided with rain water harvesting
facility, in order to increase the water table, as a part of
conservation and
preservation of natural resource-water.
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Check dam construction: No
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Efforts for Carbon neutrality
- College provides bus facilities to the faculty members and non-teaching staff
with an aim to avoid the use of individual vehicles and thus reducing carbon
emission
- Initiatives are taken to sensitize students and staff members in utilizing the
common transport system in order to reduce the carbon emission.
- The institute actively promotes the idea of vehicle pooling to both staff and
students.

Plantation
- The campus is filled with greenery, in and around, with conscious efforts of
the institution. More than 300 plants and trees are grown all over the campus.
- Well-trained team of gardeners maintains the plantation within the campus.

Hazardous waste management
- No hazardous waste is produced within the campus.

e-waste management
- The college does not generate any e-waste. Computers, UPS and Printers are
sent to approve scrap dealers for safe disposal.
7.2 Innovations
7.2.1 Provide details of innovations introduced during the last four years which have
created a positive impact on the functioning of the College.
During the last four years a definite positive impact has been created in the
functioning of the college by introducing innovative practice.

Curricula, teaching learning
a) ICT enabled teaching learning to increase the effectiveness of delivery
b) Development of teaching methodology in communicative English based on need
analysis, thus ensuring good communication for the students from vernacular
medium of study
c) Introduction of application orientated experiments, mini projects as part of the
laboratory courses
d) Introduction of technical value added courses relevant to the branch of study
enhancing conceptual understanding
e) Student centric learning through the introduction of direct self study courses and
peer learning
f) Introduction of industry internship to enhance practical knowledge and
employability
g) Introduction of comprehensive assessments to improve application orientation and
problem solving
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7.3
h) Introduction of community orientated projects and internships
i) Participation in MHRD - NMICT through IIT Bombay – Spoken tutorial sessions
for improvement of programming skills
Research & Development
a) Research funding by the management to the faculty for research
b) Incentive to the faculty holding funded projects from the funding agencies
c) Establishment of research facility to carryout basic and applied research
Industry Interaction
a) Training for the faculty in industry through immersion programmes
b) Solving problems for the industry by the members of the faculty
c) Collaborative work and consultancy with the industry by the faculty team with an
incentive to the faculty as motivation
Infrastructure Up gradation :
- Additional Men‟s Hostel
- Alumni Cell
- Centre for Innovation
- Mechanical and Building Sciences Block
- State of the Art - NanoScience and Technology Block
- Additional two wheeler parking
- Food court
Student support & Progression
a) Sponsorship to the students for paper presentation in international forums
b) Financial support for participate in National level contest like - SAE- BAJA
c) Financial support for the students on a merit cum means basis by the Alumni
Association
Governances & Administration
a) The decentralized governance with the appropriate structure
b) Computerized campus management system for effective governance
c) Women empowerment cell for gender sensitization and women empowerment
Best Practices
7.3.1 Give details of any two best practices which have contributed to better academic
and administrative functioning of the College.
1. Title of the Practice: Extensive Industry Institute Interaction
2. Objectives of the Practice
The objectives of the practice are as follows:
 Objective of the practices is to transform the teaching learning process with
conceptual understanding and application orientation
 To orient the academic towards industry expectations to reduce the gap between
industry and institution
 To update and revise the curricula and syllabi to the state-of –the- art development
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To incorporate laboratory practices with the objective of „practice engineering‟ rather
than studying engineering
3. The Context
 The Institution offers UG and PG programmes in various disciplines.
 The development of the students who are technically competent, professional with the
acceptable level of employability skills is the basic requirement for any programme in
engineering and technology
 The students will have to be motivated and prepared to be innovative and industry
ready when they graduate
 The best practices in the industry will have to be exposes to the students and faculty,
so that the outcome of the education is employability with professional competence
 Efforts should be made to bring out the best in the students and make the students to
feel up to date and comfortable at work place.
 With this as the goal, an extensive industry institute interaction is planned and
executed at the institution.
4. The Practice
In order to accomplish this goal the following practices are in place
 Members from the industry are in the advisory committee of every department
 Industry professionals are part of the Board of Studies of every department and also
in the Academic Council of the institution
 The Internal Quality Assurance Cell also has members from the industry
 The student projects from the industry are jointly guided both by the faculty and the
members from the industry
 The faculty members visit the industries regularly and also are being trained in the
industry
 The industry professionals contribute as members in the Center for Innovation and the
Industry Centers established in the institution
5. Evidence of Success
 Industry defined / Industry Prescribed curriculum in all the programmes
 Industry Internship for 3 months to 6 months durations in the Industry for the students
 Technical Value added courses conducted by Industry experts
 Inplant training and Project work in industries
 Guest lectures, seminars by Industry experts
 Workshops organized in collaboration with Industries
 Faculty training in the Industries
 Consultancy services provided to the Industries
 Testing service offered to Industry
 Industry sponsored laboratories
 Enhancement in campus placement offers to the students of all the programmes
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Awards :
The institution received the Sustainable Institute Industry Partnership Award
2015 for the best industry linkage by SEED- Society for Education and Entrepreneurship
Development.
6. Problems Encountered and Resources Required
 Paradigm shift in the focus of the faculty members from regular teaching
 Establishing competence group amongst the faculty matching the industry
expectations
 Financial support by the management
PRACTICE II :
1. Title of the Practice:
Decentralization and Delegation of Power
2. Objectives of the Practice
The objectives of the practice are as follows:



To Decentralize and Delegate Powers
To facilitate faster decision making related to academic and administrative activities
at all levels
To involve the members of the faculty and administration at different levels to bring
in participation responsibilities with accountability and ownership
To ensure transparency

To take prompt follow up actions

3. The Context
 The college offers 9 UG and 9 PG programmes in various Engineering disciplines and
a MBA programme.
 The college houses around 4700 students, 325 teaching faculty and 200 + nonteaching faculty members.
 It is obvious that lot of administrative decisions have to be made on various issues.
 In order to facilitate the decision making related to academic and administrative
activities faster and to ensure complete transparency various decentralization
strategies have been practiced.
4. The Practice
 An executive committee consisting of the Managing Trustee, Director (Academics)
and the Principal has been constituted to decide on certain policy matters
 This committee meets once in a month to review the progress in academic, research,
placement etc.,
 Apart from this Executive Committee, the institution has got various other
committees like- Discipline and Welfare Committee, Complaints cum Redressal
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Committee, Women Empowerment Cell, Grievance Redressal Committee etc., to take
the decisions at the right time.
5. Evidence of Success
 Delegation of financial powers to the Head of the Institution and the Heads of the
Departments
 Preparation and approval of the budgets for various activities
 Establishments of industry sponsored laboratories
 Enhancement in the number of funded projects from Government agencies
6. Problems Encountered and Resources Required
 Orientation of delegation and appropriate exercising of delegation to the Heads of the
Departments
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SRI RAMAKRISHNA ENGINEERING COLLEGE
[Autonomous Institution, ISO 9001:2008 Certified, Approved by AICTE and
Permanently Affiliated to Anna University, Chennai]
COIMBATORE - 641 022
Self Study Report
Volume – II
EVALUATIVE REPORT OF THE DEPARTMENTS
SRI RAMAKRISHNA ENGINEERING COLLEGE
[Autonomous Institution, ISO 9001:2008 Certified, Approved by AICTE and
Permanently Affiliated to Anna University, Chennai]
COIMBATORE - 641 022
CONTENTS
Evaluation
Evaluative Report of the Departments
Report No.
1.
Mechanical Engineering
Page No.
1
2.
Electrical and Electronics Engineering
46
3.
Electronics and Communication Engineering
68
4.
Computer Science and Engineering
130
5.
Information Technology
174
6.
Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering
206
7.
Biomedical Engineering
235
8.
Aeronautical Engineering
299
9.
Civil Engineering
319
10.
Nanoscience and Technology
342
11.
Management Studies
369
12.
Science and Humanities
(Maths, English, Physics and Chemistry)
390
EVALUATIVE REPORT OF THE DEPARTMENTS
DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
1.
Name of the Department & its year of establishment
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Year of Establishment: 1994
2.
Names of Programmes / Courses offered (UG, PG, M.Phil., Ph.D., Integrated
Masters; Integrated Ph.D., etc.)
Level
Programme of
Study
UG
B.E.
Mechanical
Engineering
PG
Ph.D
3.
M.E.
Manufacturing
Engineering
M.E.
Thermal
Engineering
Mechanical
Engineering
Year of Initial
Starting Intake
Year of Increase in
Intake / Strength
Increased intake 120 in
2007
Increased intake 180 in
2012
NBA
Accredited
/others
1994
60
Since 2003
2005
18
N/A
N/A
2014
18
NA
N/A
--
-
Recognized Research Centre by
Anna University, Chennai since 2012
Interdisciplinary courses and departments involved
S.No
.
Interdisciplinary courses/Subjects
Semester
Department involved
UG –BE Mechanical Engineering Programme (Regulations 2012)
1
2
3
4
12EN2102 Technical English - I
12MA2101 Engineering
Mathematics-I
12PH2101 Applied Physics
12CH2101 Chemistry
5
12CS2101 Computer Fundamentals
and C Programming
6
12EE2101 Basic Electrical and
Electronics Engineering
7
12EN2202 Communicative English
Science and
Humanities
I
II
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Computer Science
Engineering
Electrical and
Electronics
Engineering
Science and
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8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
12MA2201 Engineering
Humanities
Mathematics-II
12PH2201 Materials Science
12CH2201 Environmental Science
Civil Engineering
12MA2301: Transforms and Partial
III
Differential Equations
Science and
12MA2001 Numerical Methods
IV
Humanities
12MA2504 Statistics and Quality
V
Control
PG - M.E. Manufacturing Engineering Programme(Regulation 2012)
12MA1103 Numerical Methods And
Science and
I
Statistics
Humanities
Nanoscience &
12ME1203 MEMS and Nano Science
II
Technology
PG - M.E. Thermal Engineering Programme(Regulation 2012)
16
Mathematical Methods in Thermal
Engineering
Science and
Humanities
I
4.
Annual/ semester/choice based credit system : Semester based credit system
5.
Participation of the department in the courses offered by other departments
S.No
.
Courses offered
Semester
Department involved
BE-Mechanical Engineering Programme
1
12AE2702 : Aircraft general
Engineering and maintenance
practices
VI
2
12AE2506 : Aircraft Systems and
Instrumentation
VI
Aeronautical
Engineering
3
12EE2002 Power Supply Systems
VI
Electrical and
Electronics
Engineering
4
12IDC/CE203 Waste management
VI
Civil Engineering
ME. Manufacturing Engineering Programme
1.
2.
15MA1101 Advanced Numerical
Methods and Statistics
15EN100 Technical
Communication
I
Science & Humanities
I
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6. Number of teaching posts sanctioned and filled (Professors/Associate
Professors/Asst. Professors)
Faculty Designation
Sanctioned
Filled
BE-Mechanical Engineering Programme
Professors
3
4
Associate Professors
8
2
Asst. Professors
24
31
ME. Manufacturing Engineering Programme
Professors
1
1
Associate Professors
1
0
Asst. Professors
1
2
ME. Thermal Engineering Programme
Professors
1
1
Associate Professors
1
0
Asst. Professors
1
2
7. Faculty profile with name, qualification,
(D.Sc./D.Litt. /Ph.D./M. Phil. etc.,)
Name
designation,
Qualification Designation Specialization
specialization,
No. of
Years
of
Experience
No. of Ph.D.
Students
guided for
the
last 4 years
BE-Mechanical Engineering Programme
Professor
Production
& Head
Industrial
Professor
Engineering
Dr.P.Karuppuswamy
M.E., PhD
Dr.A.Murugarajan
M.E., PhD
Dr.B.A.Saravanan
M.E., PhD
Professor Production
Dr.N.Srimath
M.E., PhD
Professor
Dr.S.Venkat Prasat
M.E., PhD
Dr.J.Yoganandh
M.E., PhD
Mr.M.S.Suresh Kumar
M.E (Ph.D)
Mr.K.Karthikeyan
M.E (Ph.D)
Associate
Professor
Associate
Professor
Assistant
Professor
(Sl.G)
Assistant
Professor
Engineering
Design
CAD/CAM
CAD/CAM
26 yrs
Guided-1
Ongoing-7
16 yrs
Ongoing-1
15 yrs 6
months
15 yrs 10
months
18 years 6
months
6 years 6
months
NA
NA
Ongoing-1
Ongoing-2
Industrial
Engineering
13 years 6
months
NA
Refrigeration
& Air
11 years
NA
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Name
Qualification Designation Specialization
No. of
Years
of
Experience
No. of Ph.D.
Students
guided for
the
last 4 years
BE-Mechanical Engineering Programme
(Sr.G)
Mr.N.Senthil Kannan
M.E (Ph.D)
Mr.T.R.Sathishkumar
M.E(Ph.D)
Mr.K.L.Senthil Kumar
M.E (Ph.D)
Mr.M.S.Balasanthosh
M.E(Ph.D)
Mr.S.R.Durairaju
M.E(Ph.D)
Mr.M.Mahendran
M.E(Ph.D)
Mr.R.Sudhakar
M.E(Ph.D)
Mr.T.Velmurugan
M.E
Mr.M.Ramesh
M.E(Ph.D)
Mr.B.Brailson
Mansingh
M.E(Ph.D)
Mr.V.Srinivasan
M.E(Ph.D)
Mr.N.R.Karthik
M.E(Ph.D)
Mr.M.P.Saravanan
M.E(Ph.D)
Assistant
Professor
Sr.G) (
Assistant
Professor
(Sr.G)
Assistant
Professor
(Sr.G)
Assistant
Professor
(Sr.G)
Assistant
Professor
(Sr.G)
Assistant
Professor
(Sr.G)
Assistant
Professor
(Sr.G)
Assistant
Professor
(Sr.G)
Assistant
Professor
(O.G)
Assistant
Professor
(O.G)
Assistant
Professor
(O.G)
Assistant
Professor
(O.G)
Assistant
Professor
conditioning
Industrial
Engineering
12 years 9
months
NA
Thermal
Power
Engineering
10 years 9
months
NA
Nano
Technology
12 years
NA
Engineering
Design
6 years 6
months
NA
Engineering
Design
11 years
NA
Thermal
Engineering
7 years
NA
Advanced
Manufacturing
Technology
7 years 6
months
NA
Engineering
Design
11 years
NA
Engineering
Design
7 years
NA
Engineering
Design
5 years
NA
CAD/CAM
5 years
NA
CAD
5 years
NA
Engineering
Design
3 years
NA
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Name
Qualification Designation Specialization
No. of
Years
of
Experience
No. of Ph.D.
Students
guided for
the
last 4 years
BE-Mechanical Engineering Programme
(O.G)
Mr.S.Omprakasam
M.E(Ph.D)
Mr.E.Jagadesh
M.E
Mr.V.P.Sathiyamoorthy
M.E
Mr.A.Vadivel
Mr.S.Ravi
Mr.S.Dinesh
M.E (Ph.D)
M.E
M.E
Mr.K.Arunkumar
M.E (Ph.D)
Mr.R.Raveen
M.E (Ph.D)
Mr.P.Sriraman
M.E
Mr.J.Yokeshkumar
M.E
Mr.A.Mohan
M.E
Mr.B.Pranesh
M.E
Mr.J.N.Sathish Kumar
M.E
Assistant
Professor
(O.G)
Assistant
Professor
(O.G)
Assistant
Professor
(O.G)
Assistant
Professor
(O.G)
Assistant
Professor
(O.G)
Assistant
Professor
(O.G)
Assistant
Professor
(O.G)
Assistant
Professor
(O.G)
Assistant
Professor
(O.G)
Assistant
Professor
(O.G)
Assistant
Professor
(O.G)
Assistant
Professor
(O.G)
Assistant
Professor
Welding
Technology
3 years
NA
CAD/CAM
3 years 10
months
NA
CAD/CAM
3 years 6
months
NA
Thermal
Engineering
6 years
NA
Manufacturing
Engineering
8 years
NA
Product
Design &
Development
8 years
NA
Engineering
Design
6 years 9
months
NA
CAD/CAM
1 year 6
months
NA
CAD/CAM
2 years
NA
3 years 6
months
NA
Thermal
Engineering
2 years
NA
Engineering
Design
7 years
NA
Engineering
Design
1 month
NA
Manufacturing
Engineering
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Name
Qualification Designation Specialization
No. of
Years
of
Experience
No. of Ph.D.
Students
guided for
the
last 4 years
BE-Mechanical Engineering Programme
(O.G)
Mr.P.Saravanakumar
M.E
Mr.L.Venkatesh
M.E
Mr.V.Balamurugan
M.E
Assistant
Professor
(O.G)
Assistant
Professor
(O.G)
Assistant
Professor
(O.G)
Industrial
Metallurgy
7 years
NA
Heat Power
Engineering
1 month
NA
Thermal
Engineering
6 years 9
months
NA
ME. Manufacturing Engineering Programme
Dr.J.David Rathna Raj
Mr.C.Bhagyanathan
Mr.S.Sathish
M.E, Ph.D
M.E
M.E
Professor
Thermal
& Head
Engineering
Assistant Production /
Professor
Materials
(Sr.G)
Engineering
Assistant
Lean
Professor Manufacturing
20 Years
6 Months
Ongoing 3
11 Years
6
Years
-
ME. Thermal Engineering Programme
Prof.B. Suresh Kumar
M.E.
Mr.G. Anbarasu
M.E.
Mr.P. Jidhesh
M.E.
Refrigeration &
Professor
Air
Conditioning
Assistant
Energy
Professor
Engineering
(Sl. G)
Assistant
Energy
Professor Engineering
30
NA
13
NA
2
NA
8. Percentage of classes taken by temporary faculty – programme-wise
information
-N/A9.
Programme-wise Student Teacher Ratio
Students
No of
Academic
Student Teacher Ratio
Strength
Faculty
Year
(A/B)
(A)
(B)
BE-Mechanical Engineering Programme
2015-2016
540*
37
14.6:1
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2014-2015
Students
Strength
(A)
480*
No of
Faculty
(B)
33
2013-2014
420*
29
14.5:1
2012-2013
360*
28
12.9:1
Academic
Year
Student Teacher Ratio
(A/B)
14.5:1
ME. Manufacturing Engineering Programme
36
3
12:1
2015-2016
36
3
12:1
2014-2015
2013-2014
36
3
12:1
2012-2013
36
3
12:1
2015-2016
ME. Thermal Engineering Programme
36
3
12:1
18
3
2014-2015
*Total number of second, third and final year students
6:1
10. Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff:
sanctioned and filled
Sanctioned
Filled
Both UG and PG Level
Academic support
(technical) Staff
9
9
Administrative Staff
2
2
11. Number of faculty with ongoing projects from a) national b) international
funding agencies and c) Total grants received. Mention names of funding
agencies and grants received project-wise.
a) National funding agencies - 1
b) International funding agencies - Nil
c) Total grants received. Mention names of funding agencies and grants
received project-wise.
S.No.
1
Details of the project
Investigator(s)
Investigation
on
Abrasive
Wear
Dr.P.Karuppuswamy
Properties of Plasma
Professor and Head
Sprayed
Tungsten
Carbide (WC) with 12%
Funding
Agency/scheme
Grants
received
The Institution
of Engineers
(India) –R & D
Cell
Rs. 40,000
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S.No.
Details of the project
Investigator(s)
Funding
Agency/scheme
Grants
received
Cobalt (Co) Coating to
Assess the Suitability for
the
Application
as
Hydro Turbine Blades
12. Departmental projects funded by DST-FIST; DBT, ICSSR, etc.; total grants
received
S.
No
1
2.
3.
4.
5.
Investigator/
Coordinators
Title
Funding
Agency/Scheme
BE-Mechanical Engineering Programme
Strategic
Implementation
of Total Quality AICTE/Staff
Dr.M. Karthikeyan
Management
Development
Dr.P.Karuppuswamy
and
Total Program
productive
Maintenance
Strategic
Implementation
of Total Quality
Dr.M. Karthikeyan Management
AICTE/Seminar
Dr.P.Karuppuswamy and its concepts
in the small and
medium scale
industries
Research
Trends
in
Design
and
Dr.P.Karuppuswamy
ISRO/Conference
Manufacturing
for
Sustainability
Research
Trends
in
Design
and
Dr.P.Karuppuswamy
CSIR/Conference
Manufacturing
for
Sustainability
Research
Developments
Dr.P.Karuppuswamy in IC Engines CSIR/Conference
and Alternate
Fuels
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Amount
(Rs)
Rs.1,25,531
Rs.30,000
Rs.25,000
Rs.25,000
Rs.30,000
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S.
No
Investigator/
Coordinators
Title
Funding
Agency/Scheme
Amount
(Rs)
BE-Mechanical Engineering Programme
Research
Developments
6. Dr.P.Karuppuswamy
AICTE/Seminar
Rs.1,00,000
in Metal Joining
Processes
Investigations
of the effects of
Centrifugal
assistance
on AICTE/Research
7. Dr.P.Karuppuswamy
Rs.4,05,000
surface quality Promotion Scheme
in abrasive flow
machining
process
Modernization
8. Dr.P.Karuppuswamy of CAD/CAM AICTE/MODROBS Rs.13,60,000
Laboratory
Investigation
on
Abrasive
Wear
Properties
of
Plasma
Sprayed
Tungsten
The Institution of
Carbide (WC)
9. Dr.P.Karuppuswamy
Engineers (India) –
Rs. 40,000
with
12%
R & D Cell
Cobalt
(Co)
Coating
to
Assess
the
Suitability for
the Application
as
Hydro
Turbine Blades
National
Dr.J.David Rathnaraj Conference on
10.
C.Bhagyanathan
Recent trends
CSIR/ Conference
Rs.25,000
S.Sathish
in Metal Joining
Techniques
National
Conference on
Dr.J.David Rathnaraj Research trends
CSIR & DRDO /
11.
C.Bhagyanathan
in Metal
Rs.50,000
Conference
S.Sathish
casting, Joining
and Forming
Technologies
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S.
No
Investigator/
Coordinators
Funding
Agency/Scheme
Title
Amount
(Rs)
BE-Mechanical Engineering Programme
Total amount of funds received
Rs.22,15,531
13. Research facility / centre with
 State recognition
– Department is recognized by Anna University,
Chennai for
offering PhD Programme since 2012 -Vide Lr.No.719/Renewal/AR1 dated
04.07.2015.
 National recognition – NIL
 International recognition – SIEMENS Authorized Training Center
Citations
h-index
Name of the faculty
Designation
S.
No.
No. of papers
14. Publications:
Cumulativ
e Impact
factor
(Anna
University
–
Annexure
I)
Cumulative
SNIP – Source
Normalized
Impact per
Paper
(Anna
University–
Annexure II)
UG Level
BE-Mechanical Engineering Programme
1
Dr. P.
Karuppuswamy
2
Dr. A. Murugarajan
Professso
r and
Head
Professor
3
Dr. B.A. Saravanan
4
Dr. N. Srimath
5
Dr. S. Venkat Prasat
6
Dr. J. Yoganandh
7
8
9
10
Mr. M.S.
Sureshkumar
Mr. V.K.
Karthikeyan (Late)
Mr. B. Brailson
Mansingh
Mr. K. Arunkumar
15
4
55
2.060
2.657
13
2
16
2.861
1.767
Professor
1
0
0
0
0
Professor
Associate
Professor
Associate
Professor
Assistant
Professor
Assistant
Professor
Assistant
Professor
Assistant
Professor
3
2
10
0
0.70
7
3
59
0.804
1.958
6
3
40
5.280
0
5
1
4
0.473
0.187
5
1
3
10.890
0
3
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0.363
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Citations
h-index
No. of papers
Name of the faculty
Designation
S.
No.
Cumulativ
e Impact
factor
(Anna
University
–
Annexure
I)
Cumulative
SNIP – Source
Normalized
Impact per
Paper
(Anna
University–
Annexure II)
UG Level
BE-Mechanical Engineering Programme
Mr. A. Mohan
S.
No.
Name of the faculty
Designation
Total
1
0
0
0.641
0
1
0
0
0
0
61
16
181
23.009
7.617
Citations
12
Assistant
Professor
Assistant
Professor
Cumulativ
e Impact
factor
(Anna
University
–
Annexure
I)
Cumulative
SNIP – Source
Normalized
Impact per
Paper
(Anna
University–
Annexure II)
h-index
Mr.J.Yokesh Kumar
No. of papers
11
PG Level
ME. Manufacturing Engineering Programme
1.
Dr.J.David Rathnaraj
2.
Mr.C.Bhagyanathan
3.
Mr.S.Sathish
Total
1.
P. Jidhesh
Total
Professor
Assistant
Professor
Assistant
Professor
9
2
23
1.222
0
15
0
0
0
0.52
13
0
1
0
0.52
37
2
24
1.222
1.04
ME. Thermal Engineering Programme
Assistant
2
0
0
0
Professor
2
0
0
0
0
0
Monographs
S. No.
1.
Name of the Faculty
Title
BE-Mechanical Engineering Programme
Dr.P.Karuppuswamy
Manufacturing Process Laboratory
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2.
3.
4.
1.
2.
1.
J.Selvakumar
Manual
N.Senthil Kannan
T.R.Sathish Kumar
Thermal Engineering System
M.Mahendran
Laboratory Instruction Manual
Dr.P.Karuppuswamy
Mechatronics Engineering
Mr.R.Sudhakar
Laboratory Manual
Mr.B.Brailson Mansingh
Mr.M.S.Suresh Kumar
Mr.B.Brailson Mansingh Dynamics Laboratory Manual
Mr.R.Sudhakar
ME. Manufacturing Engineering Programme
Metal Joining & Research Lab
Mr.C.Bhagyanathan
Manual
Modeling and Simulation Lab
Mr.S.Sathish
Manual
ME. Thermal Engineering Programme
G. Anbarasu,
Heat Transfer Laboratory Manual
K. Karthikeyan
Proceedings/Books:
 Proceedings on ―National Conference on Research trends in Mechanical
Engineering‖ ISBN:9789384743710
 Proceedings on ―National Conference on Emerging trends and
Innovations in Mechanical Engineering‖ ISBN:978938459483
 Proceedings on ―National Conference on Recent trends in Metal Joining
Techniques‖ ISBN:978746751448
 Proceedings on ―National Conference on Research trends in Metal
casting, Joining and Forming Technologies.‖ ISBN:978-93-82338-98-7
15. Details of patents and income generated
A patent is filed during the year 2013. The details of the patent are given
below.
But no income is generated so far.
Title of the
Invention
Automatic
Side Stand
Reliever
System
Date of filing
&
Application
No
Field of Invention
Name of the
faculty
Status
8/10/2007 &
2256/CHE/20
07
The invention relate to a
mechanism employed for
retrieving of side stand in
two
wheeler
semi
automatically by using
mechanical lock and links.
Mr.S.Ravi
Granted
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Title of the
Invention
Date of filing
&
Application
No
Automobile
Wind Shield
Wiper
27/06/2013 &
2811/CHE/20
13
Wire
Binding
Machine
27/06/2013 &
2812/CHE/20
13
Abrasive
Slurry
Agitator For
External
Surface
Fininshing
Process
Regerative
Braking
System In
Bycycle
Pneumatic
Tricycle For
Physically
Challenged
People
Cladding On
410 L
Stainless On
Carbon Steel
ASTM A105
Valve Seat
Ring Using
Plasma
Transfer
Corrosion
Resistant
Valve Seat
Ring
28/03/2014 &
1663/CHE/20
14
30/06/2014 &
3195/CHE/20
14
30/06/2014 &
3182/CHE/20
14
Field of Invention
Name of the
faculty
Status
The inventions relate to
windscreen wiper for Dr.P.Karuppuswa
automobiles
and
my
particularly
hybrid
Applied
windscreen wiper devices.
The inventions relate to
wire bending machine Dr.P.Karuppuswa
Applied
which can be used as an
my
attachment in the lathe.
The inventions relate to an
automated
external
Dr.P.Karuppuswa
surface polishing of work
Applied
my
pieces
using
agitated
abrasive slurry.
The invention relates to a
mechanism which harness
the kinetic energy which
is lost during braking in a Dr.A.Murugaraja
bicycle and returns it back
n
to
the
drive
thus
minimizing the pedal
effort require
The invention relates to a
semi automated tricycle
Dr.A.Murugaraja
using compressed air to
n
aid mobility for physically
challenged people
Applied
Applied
7/10/2013 &
4523/CHE/20
13
The invention relates to
valve seat rings produced
using
a
powder
metallurgical process
Dr.N.Srimath
Applied
24/12/2013 &
6064/CHE/20
13
The invention relates to
valve seat rings produced
using
a
powder
metallurgical process
Dr.N.Srimath
Applied
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Title of the
Invention
Date of filing
&
Application
No
Field of Invention
This invention relates to a
device which is specially
designed for performing
the accurate forming of
bimetallic sheets
The invention relates to a
device which is capable of
shooting a table tennis ball
in sequence with the
capability
of
various
speeds, spin and direction
Name of the
faculty
Status
Mr.N.R.Karthik
Applied
Mr.N.R.Karthik
Applied
Mr.N.R.Karthik
Applied
Sheet Roll
Forming
Machine
30/06/2014 &
3192/CHE/20
14
Table Tennis
Ball Shooting
Machine
30/06/2014 &
3193/CHE/20
14
Water
Hyacinth
plant
removing
machine
30/06/2014 &
3189/CHE/20
14
This invention relates to a
device which removes
water hyacinth from water
Semi
Automatic 4Wheel Nut
Remover &
Tightner
30/06/2014 &
3185/CHE/20
14
This invention relates to
car in which the nuts of
wheel are removed by Mr.S.Balasanthos
using semi automatic nut
h
remover it works on
torque given by the motor
Applied
Semi
Automatic
Cow Dung
Cleaning
Machine
30/06/2014 &
3196/CHE/20
14
This invention relate to
semi automatic cow dung
cleaning machine in cow
shed.
Mr.B.Brailson
Mansingh
Applied
Mr.S.Ravi
Applied
Mr.S.Dinesh
Applied
Dr.N.Srimath
Applied
Semi
Automatic
Side Stand
Lifter
30/06/2014 &
3186/CHE/20
14
Mechanically
operated
Water
Discharging
Machine
30/06/2014 &
3194/CHE/20
14
Tungsten
Carbide as
tool insert
18/05/2015 &
2783/CHE/20
15
The invention relate to a
mechanism employed for
retrieving of side stand in
two
wheeler
semi
automatically by using
ratchet and pawl.
The invention relates to a
mechanism employed for
storing water and to
supply the stored water
for
later
use,
by
employing kinematic links
The invention relates to
the low wear rate and
high micro hardness for
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Title of the
Invention
Date of filing
&
Application
No
material
with low
wear rate
and high
micro
hardness for
ENS round
bar
16.
S.
No
Name of the
faculty
Field of Invention
Status
ENS round bar using
Tungsten Carbide as tool
insert material.
Areas of consultancy and income generated
Year
Title of the Project
Sponsorin
Duratio
g
n
Society/Tr
ust
Principal
Investigator
Amount
BE-Mechanical Engineering Programme
1
ISO 9001:2008
Certification Process
Jun 11Dec 12
SNS Sons
Charitable
Trust
Design and
Development of All
Terrain Vehicle
2012
SNR Sons
Charitable
Trust
20112012
2.
3.
4.
5.
Investigations of the
effects of
Centrifugal
assistance on surface
quality in abrasive
flow machining
process
2012Investigation and
2013
suggestion for
material in safety
valve screws of oil
wells
Design and
fabrication of
Jun
2012May
2013
Jun
2012May
2013
Jun
2012-
AICTE
Dr.P.Karuppuswa
my
Professor & Head
Prof.A.Murugaraja
n
Assistant Professor
Prof.C.Natrajan
Professor
Mr.M.Thiagarajan
Assistant Professor
Dr.P.Karuppuswa
my
Professor & Head
Prof.C.Natrajan
Rs.
1,00,000
Rs.
1,62,000
Rs.
4,05,000
Professor
Sirius
Engineerin
g (p)Ltd.,
Coimbator
e
Sri Sakthi
Promotion
Mr.N.R.Karthik,
Mr.E.Jagadesh,
Assistant Professor
Rs.
1,10,000
Mr.N.R.Karthik,
Mr.S.Omprakasha
Rs.
1,00,000
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S.
No
Year
Title of the Project
Sponsorin
Duratio
g
n
Society/Tr
ust
Principal
Investigator
Amount
BE-Mechanical Engineering Programme
industrial paper
punching machine
for double loop wire
o binding
Design of Special
Purpose Machine
for machining
domestic pump
casing
6.
Design and
Development of All
Terrain Vehicle
7.
8.
9.
10.
Investigations of the
effects of
Centrifugal
assistance on surface
quality in abrasive
flow machining
process
Design and
fabrication of
industrial paper
punching machine
for double loop wire
2013o binding
2014
Design of Special
Purpose Machine
for machining
domestic pump
casing
11.
Evaluation of
Geometrical features
of non return valve.
12
Design and
Fabrication of Test
Rig for Torque
Dec
2013
Jun
2012Dec
2013
2012
Jun
2012May
2013
Jun
2013Dec
2014
Jun
2013Dec
2014
Dec
2013Mar
2014
Dec
2013Mar
al Litho
press,
Coimbator
e
HydroMa
x
Industries,
Coimbator
e
m,
Assistant Professor
Mr.V.Srinivasan,
Mr.V.P.Sathyamoor
thy,
Assistant Professor
Rs.
1,00,000
SNR Sons
Charitable
Trust
Dr.P.Karuppuswa
my
Professor & Head
Mr.K.Karthikeyan
Assistant Professor
Rs
3,00,000
AICTE
Dr.P.Karuppuswa
my
Professor & Head
Prof.C.Natrajan
Professor
Rs.
4,05,000
Mr.N.R.Karthik,
Mr.S.Omprakasha
m,
Assistant Professor
Rs.
1,00,000
Mr.V.Srinivasan,
Mr.V.P.Sathyamoor
thy,
Assistant Professor
Rs.
1,00,000
Mr.N.R.Karthik,
Mr.E.Jagadesh,
Assistant Professor
Rs.
1,00,000
Mr.R.Sudhakar,
Mr.B.Brailson
Mansingh
Rs.
1,50,000
Sri Sakthi
Promotion
al Litho
press,
Coimbator
e
HydroMa
x
Industries,
Coimbator
e
L&T
Valves Pvt
Ltd,Coimb
atore
L&T
Valves Pvt
Ltd,
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S.
No
Year
Title of the Project
Sponsorin
Duratio
g
n
Society/Tr
ust
Principal
Investigator
Amount
BE-Mechanical Engineering Programme
Measurement of 3‖
Two Piece Class 3
Ball Valve
Design and
Development of All
Terrain Vehicle
13
14
Investigation on
Abrasive Wear
Properties of Plasma
Sprayed Tungsten
Carbide (WC) with
12% Cobalt (Co)
Coating to Assess
2014- the Suitability for
2015 the Application as
Hydro Turbine
Blades
Mechanical support
systems for visual
inspection systems
15
2014
2012
Jun
2014May
2015
Coimbator
e
SNR Sons
Charitable
Trust
The
Institution
of
Engineers
(India) –
Assistant Professor
Dr.P.Karuppuswa
my
Professor & Head
Mr.A.Vadivel
Assistant Professor
Dr.P.Karuppuswa
my
Professor & Head
Rs
3,00,000
Rs. 40,000
R & D Cell
April
2015June
2015
Bimetal
bearing
Pvt Ltd
Mr.N.R.Karthik,
Mr.V.Srinivasan
Rs.2,50,00
0
ME. Manufacturing Engineering Programme
1
2.
20142015
Industry oriented
NX CAM Express
Programme for
Polytechnic students
March
2015
Students Projects
3
3.
Materials
Engineering
4.
Development of
Valve Materials
Sri
Ramakrish
na
Polytechni
c College
CSIR Dr.J.David Rathnaaj
Trivandru
C.Bhagyanathan
m
S.Sathish
NRCMIISc
Banglore
M/s L&T
Valves,
Coimbator
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54000.00
Good
Will
Good
Will
Good
Will
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S.
No
Year
Title of the Project
Sponsorin
Duratio
g
n
Society/Tr
ust
Principal
Investigator
Amount
BE-Mechanical Engineering Programme
e
5.
Development of
nano valve materials
–
6.
Analysis of Nylon
Hammer head
M/s
CAMRON
,
Coimbator
e
M/s
Bullwalk,
Coimbator
e
Good
Will
Good
Will
17. Faculty recharging strategies
 Incentives for Ph.D. Holders irrespective of their experience
 Sponsoring for Faculty Development Programs, Seminars, Workshops,
Summer/Winter Short
term courses and conferences
 Incentives for taking consultancy project works
 Encashment of earned leave for every year.
 Medical Facilities
 FDP Programmes
18. Student projects
a. percentage of students who have done in-house projects including
inter-departmental
b. percentage of students doing projects in collaboration with industries
/
institutes
No of percentage
percentage
Total
No of
Name of the
Academic
Inof
of
No of
industry
programme
year
house
In-house
industry
projects
projects
projects(a)
projects(b)
projects
2011-2012
35
25
71.4
10
28.6
BE.
2012-2013
43
23
53.5
20
46.5
Mechanical
2013-2014
55
8
14.5
47
85.5
Engineering
2014-2015
51
17
33.3
34
66.7
ME.
2010-2012
9
3
33.33
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66.66
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Manufacturing 2011-2013
Engineering
2012-2014
13
11
84.61
2
15.38
17
14
82.35
3
17.64
2013-2015
18
14
77.77
4
22.23
List of companies where our students undergone Internship (Indicative Only)

M/s.PSG & SONS CHARITIES METALLURGY & FOUNDRY DIVISION

M/s. REVATHI EQUIPMENT LIMITED

M/s. ELGI EQUIPMENT LTD

M/s. HYUNDAI INDIA MOTORS LIMITED

M/s. SAIL REFRACTORY COMPANY LTD

M/s. L&T COIMBATORE

M/s. BHEL TRICHY

M/s. TUTICORIN THERMAL POWER STATION LIMITED Energy

M/s. SCHUF SPEIALITY VALVES (I) PVT LTD

M/s. ETA ENGINEERING PVT,LTD

M/s. KLN ENGINEERING PRODUCTS, BANGALORE

M/s. ICF CHENNAI

M/s. RENAULT NISSAN AUTOMOTIVE INDIA PRIVATE LIMITED

M/s. CRI PUMPS

M/s. FORD INDIA PRIVATE LIMITED

M/s. TANEJA AEROSPACE & AVIATION LIMITED

M/s. TVS MOTOR COMPANY, HOSUR

M/s. ASHOK LEYLAND LIMITED

M/s. ROOTS INDUSTRIES INDIA LIMITED

M/s. SAN ENGINEERING & LOCOMOTIVE CO LTD

M/s. BRAKES INDIA LIMITED

M/s. SAKTHI AUTO COMPONENT LIMITED

M/s. TITAN INDUSTRIES HOSUR
19. Awards / recognitions received at the national and international level by
Faculty
 Dr. P. Karuppuswamy, Professor & Head has been elected as advisory
member in the All India Student Council of Engineering
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









College/Polytechnic Student‘s Chapter for three consecutive years from
2012 to 2015 constituted by The Institution of Engineers-India (Kolkata).
Dr. P. Karuppuswamy, Professor & Head has been awarded the best
faculty award for his outstanding performance in the academic year 201415 by Cognizant Technology Solutions Pvt Ltd.
Dr. A. Murugarajan, Professor has been selected as one of the Technical
Committee member for the 16th International Conference on
Instrumentation Technology held at Venice, Italy during August 14-15,
2014.
Dr. A. Murugarajan, Professor has been selected as one of the
International Advisory Committee member for the 17th International
Conference on Instrumentation Technology to be held at Venice, Italy
during August 14-15, 2015.
Dr. A. Murugarajan, Professor has been sponsored by the Department of
Science & Technology, India under Travel grant scheme to present a paper
at 36th MATADOR at Manchester, London during July 2012.
Dr. J. Yoganandh, Associate Professor has been sponsored by the
Department of Science & Technology, India under Young Scientist
Scheme to present a paper titled ―Thermal Spray Coated FG 260 Cast Iron
and its Surface Characterization by Spectroscopic Techniques‖ at the
International Conference on Surface Modification Technology held at
Ecully Centrale De-Lyon, France.
Dr. J. Yoganandh, Associate Professor received the best paper award for
the paper titled ―Erosion Behavior of High Chromium Iron Under Mining
Conditions Using Orthogonal Array‖ presented at the National Conference
on Corrosion, Surface Engineering & Tribology (CST 2013), held at NIT,
Tiruchirappalli.
Dr. J. Yoganandh, Associate Professor is serving as Reviewer for Materials
& Manufacturing Process – Taylor & Francis Group, UK.
Dr. S. Venkat Prasat, Associate Professor received the Best Faculty Award
for the year 2012-2013 while working in the Engineering Department, Ibri
College of Technology, Ibri, Sultanate of Oman.
Mr. M. S. Sureshkumar, Assistant Professor (Selection Grade), is selected
as one of the Technical Committee members for the 2nd International
Conference on Industrial Engineering and Applications (ICIEA 2015) to be
held in Singapore, during May 20-22, 2015.
Mr. B. Brailson Mansingh, Assistant professor has been recognized as
reviewer for the 3rd Global Conference on Materials Science and
Engineering (CMSE 2014), held at Shanghai International Exhibition
Center, China.
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 More than 80% of faculty members are recognized as life members in
ISTE/SAE/IE/IIIIE
Students
Academic Year 2014 - 15
 Fifteen students have presented papers and thirty four students have
emerged as winners in various sports events.
 S. Sanjay of final year received the SHRI SENGODA GOUNDER AWARD
constituted by the Institution of Engineers, India.
 A team of students designed and fabricated an off road four wheeler and
participated in Baja SAE an intercollegiate design competition conducted
by the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE), India held at Indore,
Madhya Pradesh.
 R. Harnish is the Zonal, Inter-zonal and University representative in Tennis
and won cash awards to a tune of Rs 1,85,000/Academic Year 2013 - 14
 Two students secured first place in machine assembly and CAD modeling
and four students bagged medals in sports events.
 A.P. Sundaraganeshan of final year received the ISTE Best Student Award
constituted by Indian Society for Technical Education, New Delhi.
 A team of students designed and fabricated an off road four wheeler and
participated in Baja SAE an intercollegiate design competition conducted
by the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE), India held at Indore,
Madhya Pradesh.
 K.Gowtham Thamarai Kannan of second year have represented district in
Cricket and his team emerged as winners.
Academic Year 2012 - 13
 Six students bagged a cash award of Rs 13,500/- for RC racing and paper
presentation.
 A team of students designed and fabricated an off road four wheeler and
participated in Baja SAE an intercollegiate design competition conducted
by the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE), India held at Indore,
Madhya Pradesh. They have secured 35th place in the acceleration test.
 In the sports events six students have emerged as winners.
 Rex and team have won a cash award of Rs 29,000/- in RC car race a
miniature car race event conducted in several Engineering colleges.
Academic Year 2011 - 12
 Fifty three students have won cash award and secured various positions in
co-curricular events.
 A team of students designed and fabricated an off road four wheeler and
participated in Baja SAE an intercollegiate design competition conducted
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by the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE), India held at Indore,
Madhya Pradesh.
 Eighteen students have emerged as winners in various sports events.
 Leo Dixon of third year received the ISTE Best Student Award constituted
by Indian Society for Technical Education, New Delhi.
 P.Vijayaraj has participated in the sports event Relay 4*100 m conducted by
Sports Development Authority of Tamil Nadu and Sports Authority of
India and won medals.
20. Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops organized and the source of funding
(National /
International) with details of outstanding participants, if any.
S.No
Date
Organized events/ Topics
Sponsored by
BE-Mechanical Engineering Programme
2.
10.04.2015
3.
21.03.2015
4.
5.
6.
24.07.2014
One day National Conference on ―
Research Trends in Mechanical
Engineering RTME2015‖
One day workshop on ―Finites
Elements applied to Fluid Dynamics‖
One day workshop on ―Geometric
dimensioning and tolerances‖
15.03.2014
National level Technical Symposium
‖Mequest‘14‖
15.03.2014
National level Project Presentation
‖Mexhibit‘14‖
One day workshop on ―Corrosion
and its Controls‖
One day National Conference on ―
Emerging Trends in Mechanical
Engineering‖ (ETIM 14)
7.
21.03.2014
8.
04.04.2014
9.
26.12.2012
to
31.12.2012
Workshop on ―Computational Fluid
Dynamics‖
10.
02.03.2013
National level Technical Symposium
‖Mequest‘13‖
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SREC
SREC
SREC
Institution of
Engineers
Chapter
SREC
Mechanical
Engineering
Association
SREC
Mechanical
Engineering
Association
SREC
SREC
SREC
Mechanical
Engineering
Association
SREC
Mechanical
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S.No
Date
Organized events/ Topics
Sponsored by
BE-Mechanical Engineering Programme
11.
02.03.2013
National level Project Presentation
‖Mexhibit‘13‖
12.
27.03.2013
Two days workshop on ―National
Robotics Championship‖
13.
08.04.2013
14.
17.04.2013
One day workshop on ― Research
avenues in vibration‖
One day National Conference on
―Recent Trends in Mechanical
Engineering‖ (RTME 13)
Engineering
Association
SREC
Mechanical
Engineering
Association
SREC
Institution of
Engineers
Chapter
SREC
SREC
SREC
Mechanical
Engineering
Association
SREC
Mechanical
Engineering
Association
15.
04.07.2011
One day workshop on ―Logical
reasoning‖
16.
2324.02.2012
National level Technical Symposium
‖Mequest‘12‖
10.03.2012
One day workshop on ―Optimization
Techniques for Engineering
Application‖
CSIR & SREC
National level Project Presentation
‖Mexhibit‘12‖
SREC
Mechanical
Engineering
Association
17.
18.
10.03.2012
19.
16.03.2012
20.
01.06.2012
21.
25.02.2011
&
26.02.2011
National level Technical Symposium
‖Mequest‘11‖
22.
21.03.2011
National level Project Presentation
‖Mexhibit‘11‖
National conference on ―Advances in
Mechanical Engineering 2012‖
National Seminar ―Research
development in Metal Joining
Processes‖
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AICTE
SREC
Mechanical
Engineering
Association
SREC
Mechanical
Engineering
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S.No
Date
Organized events/ Topics
Sponsored by
BE-Mechanical Engineering Programme
Association
23.
18.03.2011
24.
19.03.2010
to
20.03.2010
25.
21.05.2010
to
22.05.2010
26.
10.05.2010
to
14.05.2010
27.
13.03.2010
28.
05.03.2010
Research developments in I.C Engines
and alternate fuels
National conference on ―Recent
trends in Design and Manufacturing
for Sustainability RTDME 2011‖
Two Day workshop on ―Strategic
implementation of Total quality
management and its concepts in the
small and medium scale industries‖
Staff development program Total
Quality Management & Total
Productivity Management
Application of optimization
Techniques in Engineering Solutions
One day technical seminar on
Research and career opportunities in
Welding and Non Destructive Testing
CSIR
ISRO & CSIR,
SREC
AICTE
AICTE
SREC
SREC &
SRATI
ME. Manufacturing Engineering Programme
1.
2.
3.
09.10.2014 Three days National Workshop on
to11.10.2014 ―Geometric Dimensioning and
Tolerancing.
09.01.2014 Second National Conference on
to
Research trends in Metal casting,
10.01.2014 Joining and Forming Technologies
15.03.2013 Applications of mechanical systems
to
using Lab View- A Practical
16.03.2013 approach.
SREC
CSIR & DRDO
SREC
4.
30.03.2012
National Conference on Recent trends
in Metal Joining Techniques
CSIR
5.
03.02.2012
to
04.02.2012
Simulation of Mechanical Systems
Using CFD Tools- A Practical
Approach
SREC
21. Student profile course-wise:
Name of the
Course
(refer question no. 2)
BE-Mechanical 2011-2012
Engineering
2012-2013
Application
s
received
As per
Selected
Pass percentage
Male
Female
Male
Female
132
129
1
82.5
91.5
100
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2013-2014
2014-2015
ME.
Manufacturing
Engineering
2013-2015
ME. Thermal
Engineering
2014-2015
Anna
University
Norms
143
134
1
1
88.8
65.6*
100
100
18
-
100
-
16
2
100 %
(till II
semester)
100%
(till II
semester)
* Before revaluation results
22. Diversity of Students
% of
students
from the
college
% of
students
from the
state
% of
students
from the
other state
% of
students
from the
other
countries
2008-12
-
100
0
-
2009-13
-
98.30
1.70
-
2010-14
-
100
0
-
2011-15
-
99.15
0.85
-
2013-15
-
88.89
11.11
-
2014-15
-
100 %
-
-
Name of the course
B.E
Mechanical
Engineering
ME.
Manufacturing
Engineering
Programme
ME. Thermal
Engineering
Programme
23. How many students have cleared Civil Services, Defense Services, NET,
SLET, GATE and any other competitive examinations?
Name of
the course
Competitive
exams
GATE
Civil Service
B.E
Defense
Mechanical
services
Engineering
TOEFL
TANCET
2011-2012
-
No of students
2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
1
1
1
-
-
1
1
1
5
-
6
3
7
5
5
3
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24. Student progression
Student progression
UG to PG
2010-2011
2011-2012
2013-2014
2014-2015
PG to M.Phil.
PG to Ph.D.
Ph.D. to Post-Doctoral
Employed
Percentage
against enrolled
13.63
13.97
14.84
5.0*
-
2010-2011
40
2011-2012
40
Campus selection
2013-2014
15
2014-2015
41
2010-2011
46
2011-2012
55
Other than campus
recruitment
2013-2014
36
2014-2015
10
2010-2011
7
2011-2012
5
Entrepreneurs
2013-2014
6
2014-2015
3
ME. Manufacturing Engineering Programme
UG to PG
NA
PG to M.Phil.
Nil
PG to Ph.D.
3
Ph.D. to Post-Doctoral
Nil
Employed
 Campus
Nil
 Other Than Campus
90%
Recruitment
Entrepreneurs
10%
* Higher studies opted as on May 2015
25. Diversity of staff
Percentage of faculty who are
graduates
UG
PG
Ph.D
BE-Mechanical Engineering Programme
of the same parent university
62.16%
81.08%
66.66%
from other universities within the state
from other universities from other
states
37.83%
18.91%
33.33%
Nil
Nil
Nil
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ME. Manufacturing Engineering Programme
of the same parent university
33.33%
33.33%
Nil
from other universities within the State
66.66%
66.66%
100%
Nil
Nil
Nil
from other universities from other
States
ME. Thermal Engineering Programme
of the same parent university
33.33 %
66.66 %
NA
from other universities within the State
66.66 %
33.33 %
NA
Nil
Nil
NA
from other universities from other
States
26. Number of faculty who were awarded Ph.D., D.Sc. and D.Litt. during the
assessment period.
Assessment
period
Ph,D
Awarded
Name of the faculty
Dr.C. Natarajan
2011-12
3
Dr.A.Murugarajan
Dr.E. Sarojini
2012-13
1
Dr.N.Srimath
2013-14
2014-15
Nil
1
Dr. J.Yoganandh
University
Anna University,
Chennai
IIT Madras, Chennai
Anna University,
Chennai
Anna University,
Chennai
NIT, Trichy
27. Present details about infrastructural facilities
S.No
Infrastructural
facilities
Details
Number of Volumes
a
Library
Number of Titles
(Available Books in
Main Library for UG Number of Journals(Hard)
ProgrammeNumber of Journals(online)
Mechanical as on date)
Number of Magazine
Department Library-No of books available
b
Internet facilities for
staff and students
6298
2277
24
148
15
659
Internet facilities are available for Staff and Students
with Internet speed 100Mbps BSNL + 10Mbps Airtel
internet connectivity.
Computers
165
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S.No
c
d
e
Infrastructural
facilities
Total number of class
rooms
Class rooms with ICT
facility
Student Laboratories
Details
Computers
with
facilities
Servers
Printers
UG Level
Class Rooms: 09
Tutorial Rooms:03
Drawing Hall:03
internet
PG Level
Class Rooms: 04
All classrooms are equipped with
Black
Board/Computer/LCD
Board/OHP
Laboratories
Engineering Practices Laboratory
(Fitting and Carpentry shop)
Manufacturing Engineering
Laboratory
(Foundry and Welding)
Machining Practices Laboratory
Manufacturing Processes
Laboratory
Precision Engineering Laboratory
Thermal Engineering Laboratory
Fuels Laboratory
Dynamics Laboratory
Metallurgy Laboratory
Mechatronics Laboratory
Computer Aided Manufacturing
Laboratory
Metrology and Measurement
Laboratory
Computer Aided Design
Laboratory
Computer Aided Analysis and
Simulation Laboratory
Heat Transfer Laboratory
SIEMENS Authorized Modeling
and Simulation Laboratory (PG
Level)
Computational Fluid Dynamics
Laboratory (PG Level)
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2
6
Projector/Notice
Area (in sq.m)
144
200
140
140
66
150
66
95
105
202
66
105
270
134
70
70
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S.No
Infrastructural
facilities
Details
Advanced Thermal Engineering
Laboratory (PG Level)
f
Research Laboratories
80
Precision Engineering Laboratory
- 3D CMM
Computer Aided Analysis and
Simulation Laboratory
Metal Joining Research Centre
90
135
90
28. Number of students of the department getting financial assistance from
College
Academic
year
Number of
students
received
scholarship/fu
nds
Amount of
scholarshi
p
/funds
2012-2013
2013-2014
Remarks
1,62,000
SREC
Management
20,000
SREC Alumni
Association
6
12,000
SREC Alumni
Scholarship
Scheme
-
147
15,91,525
Govt. Scholarship
-
5
23,000
Memorial
Scholarship
Award
-
25
2011-12
Financial
Assistance by
25
3,00,000
6
12,000
205
16,89,455
5
23,000
25
3,00,000
SREC
Management
SREC Alumni
Scholarship
Scheme
Govt. Scholarship
Memorial
Scholarship
Award
SREC
Management
Sri Ramakrishna Engineering College – NAAC – SSR (Self Study Report)
Participatio
n in SAE
BAJA
competitio
n
Participatio
n in SAE
BAJA
competitio
n
Participatio
n in SAE
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Academic
year
Number of
students
received
scholarship/fu
nds
Amount of
scholarshi
p
/funds
Financial
Assistance by
Remarks
BAJA
competitio
n
2014-2015
6
12,000
127
25,41,395
6
26,000
6
2,00,000
189
5
37,52,950
23,000
SREC Alumni
Scholarship
Scheme
Govt. Scholarship
Memorial
Scholarship
Award
SREC Alumni
Scholarship
Scheme
Govt. Scholarship
Memorial
Scholarship
Award
-
-
29. Was any need assessment exercise undertaken before the development of new
program(s)? If so, give the methodology.
Yes. Assessment exercise is being carried to offer new programme based on
various domain information including such as







Number of colleges offering the course
Scope and Job opportunities for the new programme
Admission records through TANCET during the past years.
Requirement of laboratory facility for the new programme
Strengthening the UG programme level
Research perspective
Management perspective to invest on the infrastructure for the new
programme
New programme offered

M.E Thermal Engineering Programme is offered from 2014. It is being
offered very few colleges in entire state of Tamilnadu. Colleges are not
able to get qualified faculty with expertise in Thermal Engineering.
Further in Coimbatore district, only two colleges offering Thermal
engineering programme. Besides, to strengthen Thermal Engineering
Programme in both theory and practice for U.G. programme.
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30. Does the Department obtain feedback from
a. Faculty on curriculum as well as teaching-learning-evaluation? If yes, how
does the department utilize it?
Yes. There are few assessment exercises which are listed below,
Faculty meetings:
Faculty meetings are conducted frequently with the faculty members to
discuss about teaching learning process and curriculum for improving the
academic process. Suggestions on curriculum are obtained from faculty
members as feedback at the end of semester and considered for strengthening
the curriculum.
Course exit feedback: Questionnaires circulated to students and faculty
members separately to assess the following criteria‘s:
 Adequacy of the course objectives/outcomes
 Adequacy of the course content to meet the programme objectives and
outcomes.
 Suggestions to strengthen the curriculum and teaching-learning
process
b. Students on staff, curriculum as well as teaching-learning evaluation and what
is the response of the department to the same?
Self Appraisal: Every semester Appraisal conducted to the faculties to
improve the teaching learning process based on the feedback by the students
and target meet by the faculty.
Course contents are modified based on the feedback by the students in the
curriculum.
c. Alumni and employers on the programmes and what is the response of the
department to the same?
Alumni and employer feedback have been collected every year through
alumni meets at Chennai, Bangalore and Coimbatore. The feedback has been
analyzed to incorporate the suggestions by the alumni and employer on the
programme.
Few responses by the department based on the feedback from alumni and
employer survey
such as;
 Industry prescribed curriculum
 Industrial Training laboratory
 Interdisciplinary electives
 Project internship for final years
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31. List the distinguished alumni of the department (maximum 10)
S.No
Name of alumni
1.
Dilip Krishna
Year of
Study
1994-1998
Current Position
Deputy General
Manager,
Organization
Robert Bosch, Coimbatore
2.
S.Shakespeare
1994-1998
Manager
3.
Sachin Rao.C
1995-1999
ManagerQuality Systems
Daimer India
Commericial Vehicles,
Chennai
Honeywell Automation
Ltd, Pune
4.
Dr. K.Kumararaja
Singh
1995-1999
Manager-R&D
Caterpillar Ltd, Bangalore
5.
S.Srinath
1995-1999
6.
R.Sakthivel
1995-2000
7.
Rajalingam R
1997-2001
8.
S. Ravikumar
1998-2002
9.
Nadesh kumar
1998-2002
Senior Manager
General Electric, Austria
10. S. Sathish Kumar
1998-2002
Senior Manager
Ashok Leyland, Chennai
11. Krishna S
1999-2003
Manager-Quality
systems
TP-VISION India Ltd,
Bangalore
ManagerMaterials
Senior ManagerProjects
Group ManagerDevelopment
Manager-CAM
Development
TAFE India Ltd, Chennai
CTS, Coimbatore
Oracle Corporation,
Hyderabad
British Engines India Pvt
Ltd, Bangaluru
32. Give details of student enrichment programmes (special lectures / workshops /
seminar) with external experts.

The Association of Mechanical Engineering organizes Seminars,
Workshops, Symposiums and Conferences throughout the year.
(Organized 16 Guest lectures, 2 workshops, 4 symposiums, 3 national
level seminar and 4 conferences during the assessment period).

The SAE/ISTE/IE students‘ chapter of SREC organizes competitions,
workshops, special lectures symposiums continuously. (Organized 29
Guest lectures and 4 workshops during the assessment period).

Also Alumni Association of SREC organizes special alumni guest lectures
on latest topics in the field of mechanical and its allied engineering.
(Organized 15 Special talks to the BE mechanical engineering programme
during the assessment period).

Value Added Programme conducted during the winter/summer
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vacations of their pre final year study to facilitate effective participation in
the placement drive, effectively apply the knowledge gained in their
project work and to apply the knowledge gained for their internship, as a
part of their curriculum the following courses are organized by the
department.

The details of the programmes/events organized are listed below;
Academic Year: 2011-12
S.No
Programmes
Date
Guest / Speaker
Mr.Anand Sharma
Regional manager
IMS learning
resource Pvt Ltd
Mr.Anand Sharma
Regional manager
IMS learning
resource Pvt Ltd
Mr.P.Illamaran
Associate Professor
Department of
English
PSG CAS,
Coimbatore
Mr.P.Bharath
Manager-Production
MECHANICAL
Gilberco VeerderENGINEERING
Root India Pvt Ltd &
ASSOCIATION
Mr.A.Ezhilmaran
Project Engineer
Axis Global
Automation
Mr.C.Vishnuvardhan
Research Scholar
Auburn University
Alabama, USA
Prof.P.Elangovan,
Prof and Head,
Dept of Mech,
Karpagam Engg
College, Coimbatore
1
Inaugural
04.07.2011
function of MEA
2
One day
workshop on
―Logical
reasoning‖
3
Guest lecture on
‖ Verbal and
13.09.2011
Non verbal
communication‖
4
Guest lecture on
―Automation‖
17.09.2011
5
Guest lecture on
―Lean
Manufacturing‖
04.01.2012
6
Mequest ‘12 –
National level
Technical
Symposium
23.02.2012
&
24.02.2012
7
Mechxibit ‗12National level
Project
Presentation
10.03.2012 -
04.07.2011
Event
organized
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Academic Year: 2011-12
S.No
8
Programmes
Valedictory of
MEA
Date
Guest / Speaker
Event
organized
Mr.M.Rasappan
Sr. Manager,
15.03.2012
Lean/TPM,
LMW, Coimbatore
Academic Year: 2012-13
S.No
1.
2.
3
4
5
6
7
Programmes
Date
Guest/Speaker
Dr.P.Radhakrishnan,
Inauguration of
Chairman,
―The Institution
The Institution of
of
17.09.2012
Engineers(India),
Engineers(India)Coimbatore centre,
Students chapter
Coimbatore
Mr.P.Maheshbabu,
Guest lecture on
Head- Manufacturing
―Lean
08.02.2013 Engineering, ELGI
manufacturing
Equipments,
and QC tools‖
Coimbatore
Two days
Mr.Ankit
workshop on
Certified Trainer
―National
27.03.2013
Ark Techno Solutions
Robotics
Mumbai
Championship‖
Valedictory
function / Guest
Mr.R.Dhanasekaran,
lecture on
17.04.2013
Proprietor
―Heat treatment
of Steels‖
One day
Dr.V.Ramamurthi
workshop on ―
Retd Prof., IIT, Madras
Research
08.04.2013
Ph No: 044-24412590
avenues in
[email protected]
vibration‖
Dr.G.Ranganathan
Inaugural
Chairman and MD,
function of
20.07.2012 Rover components Pvt
MEA
Ltd.,
Coimbatore
Mr.Ravikiran,
Guest lecture on
24.08.2012 Business Development
―Robotics‖
Executive, Technophilia
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S.No
Programmes
8
Guest lecture on
‖ Computer
aided
manufacturing‖
9
Workshop on
―Computational
Fluid Dynamics‖
10
Guest lecture on
― Digital
prototyping‖
11
Guest lecture on
―Career scope in
Tool Design‖
12
13
14
15
16
Guest lecture on
―Software
management for
Mechanical
engineers‖
National level
Technical
Symposium
‖Mequest‘13‖
National level
Project
Presentation
‖Mexhibit‘13‖
Guest lecture for
faculty members
on ―Awareness
on NBA
accreditation
process ‖
Valedictory
function / Guest
lecture on
―Heat treatment
of Steels‖
Date
Guest/Speaker
Event
organized
systems, Bangalore
Mr.S.Ravikumar
Manager, CAM
24.12.2012 Development,
British Engines (India)
Pvt. Ltd, Bangalore.
26.12.2012 Mr. S.Nagaraj
to
CFD Specialist,
31.12.2012 CS Tech, Coimbatore
(4 Days)
Mr.D.Amruth
10.01.2013 Certified Trainer
KKM Soft,
Chennai
Mr.R.Rajaram Chandar
Sr.Member,
23.02.2013 Research and
development,
TAFE Ltd., Chennai
Mr.Natraj Arumugam
Software management
27.03.2013
consultant,
Wipro technologies,
Chennai
Mr.N.Dilip Krishna,
02.03.2013 DGM, Robert Bosch,
Coimbatore
05.04.2013
Dr.M.V.Krishnamurthy
Retired Professor,
IISc, Bangalore.
Mr.R.Dhanasekaran,
Proprietor ,Meta Therm,
17.04.2013 Chennai
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Academic Year: 2013-14
S.No
Programmes
Date
1.
Guest Lecture
titled ― Orient
yourself to
industry
expectation‖
2.
Guest Lecture
titled
―Entrepreneurship 10.09.2013
opportunities for
Engineers‖
3.
Guest Lecture
titled ―Script
Future‖
14.10.2013
4.
Techfest‘13
20.09.2013
5.
Guest Lecture on
Quality tools for
Mechanical
Engineers
30.12.2013
6.
Guest Lecture on
Intellectual
property rights
28.01.2014
7.
One day
workshop on
―Disaster
Management‖
04.03.2014
24.08.2013
Guest/Speaker
Mr.S.Srinath,
Sr. ManagerMaterials,
TAFE Ltd,
Chennai
Mrs.Ashadevi,
Assistant
Engineer,
District Industry
center,
Coimbatore
Mrs.Hemamalini,
Brand Manager,
Cameron
Manuifacturing
India Ltd.,
Coimbatore
NA
Mr.N.Gowtham
Raj,
Senior EngineerQuality,
L & T Valves Pvt
Ltd.,
Coimbatore
Dr.A.Amarkarthik,
Associate
Professor,
Dept of
Mechanical
Engineering,
Bannari Amman
Institute of
Technology,
Sathyamangalam
Mr.Mohankumar
and team,
Co ordiatorDisaster
Management
Sri Sathya Sai
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S.No
8
9
10
11
Programmes
Date
Guest/Speaker
trust, Coimbatore
Mr.D.Senthil
Kumar
Sr. Engineering
Inaugural function
30.07.2013 Manager
of MEA
Hirotec India Pvt
Ltd,
Coimbatore
Mr.Praveen,
Business
Guest lecture on
development
―Importance of
24.02.2014 manager,
digital
CADD
prototyping‖
Technologies,
Coimbatore
Mequest ‘14Mr.Sachin Rao
National level
Chadavar,
technical
Manager, Six
symposium
Sigma Black belt,
15.03.2014
R&D caterpillar
Mexhibit‘ 14India Pvt Ltd,
National level
Chennai
project
presentation
Event
organized
MECHANICAL
ENGINEERING
ASSOCIATION
Academic Year: 2014-15
S.No
Programmes
1.
One day
workshop on
―Geometric
dimensioning
and tolerances‖
2.
Guest lecture
on ―Overseas
education‖
3.
Guest lecture
on ―Geometric
dimensioning
and tolerances‖
4.
Guest lecture
on ―Geometric
Date
Guest/Speaker
Event
organized
Mr.N.Charath
chander, Product
24.07.2014
owner, Maxcadd,
Coimbatore
Mr.Prasanna Krishna,
Director, Career zone
30.07.2014
global education,
Coimbatore
Mr.Prabhu
jaganathan,
06.08.2014 Project manager,
Robert Bosch,
Coimbatore
Mr.S.Sankaramoorthy,
23.08.2014
Sr.Engineer,
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Academic Year: 2014-15
S.No
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
1
2
Programmes
Date
Guest/Speaker
Event
organized
dimensioning
Cameroon Mfg Pvt
and tolerances‖
Ltd., Coimbatore
Guest lecture
on ―Hydraulics
Mr.E.Mohankumar,
in Industrial
23.08.2014 Architect, Robert
and mobile
Bosch, Coimbatore
automation‖
Guest lecture
Mr.L.Sathishkumar,
on ―Scope of
GME, Forth Engineer,
Merchant Navy 28.08.2014
Executive ship
for Mechanical
management, Chennai
Engineers‖
Mr.Dhilipan Babu,
Guest lecture
Team Leader,
on ―Scope of
08.09.2014
Inventor Automation,
Automation‖
Coimbatore
Guest lecture
Mr.R.Dhanasekaran,
on ―Heat
10.10.2014 CEO, Meta Therm
treatment of
Tech, Chennai
steels‖
Dr.S.Ananth,
Guest Lecture
Consultant
on
Psychiatrist,
05.01.2015
―Awareness on
Sri Ramakrishna
mental health‖
Engineering College,\
Coimbatore
Guest lecture
Mr.D.Arunkumar,
on ―Sensor and
Managing Direrctor,
instrumentation 08.01.2015
Yashika Industries,
in
Chennai
manufacturing‖
Mr.R.Ashok kumar,
Inaugural
Project Manager,
function of
29.09.2014 Virtual Validations,
MEA
Pricol Technologies,
Coimbatore
MECHANICAL
Mr. Sakthivel
ENGINEERING
National level
Rajasekar
ASSOCIATION
students
(Aluminus 1995-1999
technical
28.02.2015 batch),
symposium –
Associate Director,
―Mequest‘ 15‖
Projects, CTS,
Coimbatore
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VALUE ADDED PROGRAMME

All the students undergo Value added course during the
winter/summer vacations of their pre final year study to facilitate
effective participation in the placement drive, effectively apply the
knowledge gained in their project work and to apply the knowledge
gained for their internship , as a part of their curriculum the following
courses are organised by the department;
 Welding & Automation
 3D Modeling & Analysis
 Computational Fluid Dynamics.
Sl.No
1
2
No of
students
Collaborating agency
Title of the training
undertaken
the training
ACADEMIC YEAR 2014-2015
(08.12.2014 - 13.12.2014)
Sri Ramakrishna
Welding Technology for
89
Advanced Training
Fresh Engineers
Institute(SRATI),CBE
Industrial Automation
Axis Global Institute of
Training on PLC,SCADA
41
Industrial
& VFD
Training(AGIIT),CBE
3
ANSYS
52
4
CFD
49
Sl.No
Hexdof Engineering
Services Pvt Ltd,
Chennai
No of
students
Collaborating agency
Title of the training
undertaken
the training
ACADEMIC YEAR 2013-2014
(02.12.2013 - 07.12.2013)
1
Welding Technology for
Fresh Engineers
2
Industrial Automation
Training on PLC &
SCADA
31
3
ANSYS
54
4
Hyperworks
16
32
Sri Ramakrishna
Advanced Training
Institute(SRATI),CBE
Axis Global Institute of
Industrial
Training(AGIIT),CBE
CAD solutions,
Coimbatore
KKM Soft, Chennai
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Sl.No
1
2
3
Sl.No
1
2
No of
students
Title of the training
undertaken
Collaborating agency
the training
ACADEMIC YEAR 2012-2013
th
(17 Aug 2012 onwards evening 4.45 to 6pm)
Welding Technology for
Sri Ramakrishna
Fresh Engineers
35
Advanced Training
(17th Aug 2012 onwards
Institute(SRATI),CBE
evening 4.45 to 6pm)
Industrial Automation
Axis Global Institute of
Training on PLC &
24
Industrial
SCADA
Training(AGIIT),CBE
CAD solutions,
ANSYS
69
Coimbatore
No of
students
Collaborating agency
Title of the training
undertaken
the training
ACADEMIC YEAR 2011-2012
Welding Technology for
ri Ramakrishna
Fresh Engineers
Advanced Training
28
th
th
(6 Sep to 26 Oct 2011
Institute(SRATI),CBE
evening 4.45 to 6pm)
Industrial Automation
Training on PLC &
Axis Global Institute of
SCADA
43
Industrial
(7th May to 12th May 2012)
Training(AGIIT),CBE
PG Level
S.No
1
2
3
ME. Manufacturing Engineering Programme
Programme
Date
Expert Name
Simulation of Mechanical
February 3rd
Mr.S.Krishna,
Systems Using CFD Tools- A
&4th 2012
Scientist - NAAI
Practical Approach
Mr.SP.Shankaran,
National Conference on
March 30th
Asst.Manager,
Recent trends in Metal
2012
Welding M/s KSB
Joining Techniques
Pumps
th
Workshop on ―Applications March 15
Mr.S.Viswashweran,
of mechanical systems using &16th 2013
NI, Bangalore
Lab View- A Practical
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S.No
ME. Manufacturing Engineering Programme
Programme
Date
Expert Name
approach.‖
4
Guest lecture by Dr.M.Ravi
on Materials Engineering
5
6
Two days 2nd National
Conference on Research
trends in Metal casting,
Joining and Forming
Technologies.
Three days National
Workshop on ―Geometric
Dimensioning and
Tolerancing.‖
6th May 2013
Dr.M.Ravi,
Scientist – E, CSIRT
–NIIST, Trivendram
9th &10th
January 2014
Mr.R.S.Tamil Arasu,
M/s RINI Machines,
Coimbatore
9th to 11th
October 2014.
Dr.P.V.Mohanram,
Principal
PSG Institute of
Techology and
Applied research,
Coimbatore
33. List the teaching methods adopted by the faculty for different programmes.
Lecturing: Oral presentation intended to present information about a topic
of particular course
Tutorial: A tutorial is a method of transferring knowledge and may be used
as a part of a learning process. More interactive and specific than a book or a
lecture; a tutorial seeks to teach by example and supply the information to
complete a certain task.
Power point Presentation: The power point presentation is a collection of
individual slides that contain information on a topic
Animation Video: The technique of photographing successive drawings or
models to create an illusion of movement when the engineering procedure is
shown as a sequence.
Group Discussion: A discussion among participants who have an agreed
(serious) topic
Seminar : A seminar is, generally, a form of academic instruction, either at
an academic institution or offered by a commercial or professional
organization. It has the function of bringing together small groups for
recurring meetings, focusing each time on some particular subject, in which
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everyone present is requested to actively participate.
Working Model: A model is an actual or proposed machine that can do on a
small scale work which the machine itself does or is expected to do
Chart: A chart is a graphical representation of data, in which "the data is
represented by symbols, such as bars in a bar chart, lines in a line chart, or
slices in a pie chart". A chart can represent tabular numeric data, functions
or some kinds of qualitative structure and provides different information.
Demonstration and Practice: To present by experiments, examples, or
practical application
Use of NPTEL videos
NPTEL videos are introduced from this semester onwards. NPTEL provides
E-learning through online Web and Video courses in Engineering, Science and
humanities streams. The mission of NPTEL is to enhance the quality of
engineering education in the country by providing free online courseware.
Activity based assignments
An initiative is taken to give activity based assignment to the students. So that
students will be able to attain all the knowledge levels (Cognitive, Affective
and Psychomotor) in the courses offered to them.
Comprehension
The objective of comprehension is to provide opportunity for the student to
apply the knowledge acquired during the earlier semesters to real life
problems which he may have to face in future as an engineer. While learning
as how to solve the real life problems, student will receive guidance from the
faculty and also review various courses learnt earlier.
Research literature survey
The students in convenient groups of not more than three members are asked
to identify a domain to review the research works already carried out by
collecting sufficient numbers of research works published in reputed journals.
Every student team will have a guide who is the member of the faculty of the
institution. The student team has to review the published papers and submit a
report at the end of the semester. The report will discuss about the research
problems, experiments, techniques and results presented in the journal
papers. It is preferred to indicate in the report on the research gap and scope
for further research in the selected domain.
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Lecture by visiting faculty
The department has an impressive list of visiting Faculty of experts and
eminent persons from reputed academic institutions and forms all spheres of
mechanical engineering industries. Lectures / presentations/ discussions by
the visiting Faculty, are considered to be the most important part of cocurricular activities conducted by the department. Guest lectures have been
delivered on topics with contemporary subjects such as Foundry technology,
material science and computer aided design.
34. How does the department ensure that programme objectives are constantly
met and learning outcomes monitored?
Programme Objectives and outcomes are assessed by the following means in every
academic year:
Direct Assessment:
 Internal exams
 End semester exams
 Assignments
 Seminars
Indirect Assessment
 Student feedback
 Alumni feedback
 Course exit feedback
 Programme exit survey
 Alumni career status report
 Employer feedback
Learning outcomes are monitored through;
 Student feedback
 Course exit survey by faculty
 Programme exit survey
 Class committee meetings
 Slow learners class
35. Highlight the participation of students and faculty in extension activities.
Students are participated in the following activities and faculty members
coordinated with concern extension activities
 Social related activities through NSS/YRC/ Renewable Energy Club
(REC)
 Students and faculties solve industry defined problems through
student projects and consultancy works.
 SAE club activities
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
IE Student Chapter
Entrepreneurship Development Cell
36. Give details of “beyond syllabus scholarly activities” of the department.
The following activities are carried out for ―beyond syllabus scholarly
activities” of the
Department
 Conducting Value Added Programs to strengthen the domain
knowledge of the students.
 Conducting Placement & Training Classes to improve the
Interpersonal Skills of the students.
 Conducting Symposium to improve the Managerial and
Leadership skills of the students.
 Conducting Professional Society Activities to improve the
knowledge of the students in the currents trends.
 Conducting EDC Programmes to disseminate the awareness of
Entrepreneurship developments among students.
 Conducting Sport events to improve the physical and mental skills
of the students.
 Conducting Out Bound Training to improve the interpersonal
skills of the students.
37. State whether the programme/ department is accredited/ graded by other
agencies. Give details.
 B.E. Mechanical engineering programme is accredited by National Board
of accreditation(NBA), New Delhi since 2003 and it is re-accredited in the
year 2007 & 2012.
 Certified ISO 9001: 2008 from 2010.
 Granted Autonomous Status by UGC, New Delhi from 2007 and
extension of autonomous status upto 2021
 Permanent affiliation status from Anna University, Chennai.
 Department is recognized as Research Centre by Anna University,
Chennai for offering PhD Programme since 2012
38. Detail any five Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Challenges
(SWOC) of the department
Strengths:
 A team of faculty members with specializations in Design,
Thermal Engineering, Industrial Engineering and
Production Engineering with adequate experience Well established Laboratories and Infrastructures with
continuous updation, permanent affiliation status by Anna
university, Chennai
 Matured Community of Students with Good admission
ranking in the State filled through counseling
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Inter disciplinary electives
 Project internship for students
 Strong Alumni Interaction to fill the curriculum gap and
internship projects
Weaknesses:
 Sponsored research projects/ Consultancy activities need
improvement
 Collaboration with foreign Universities is lacking.
 Publication by faculty in books with ISBN number.
 Insufficient publications in high impact factor journals.
Opportunities:
 Industry-Institute Interaction.
 Continuous Improvement in Infrastructure and Laboratory
Facilities.
 Interaction of the faculty with outside world for collaborative
programmes
 Opportunities for higher studies in India and abroad.
 Establishing Centre of Excellence in Precision engineering/CAE.
Challenges:
 Placement of students in core companies through campus drives.
 Implementing the New Technologies
 Training and developing the students to cope up with industry
scenario
 Developing the skills of faculty to current industry scenario
39. Future plans
 Offering quality education for the students with continuous
enhancing the infrastructure, laboratory facilities and
equipments.
 Establishment of centre of Excellence in CAE/ Precision
Engineering/ Materials Engineering.
 Conduct of research with sponsorship from funding
agencies along with publications.
 Strengthening of industry institute interactions with faculty
involvement.
 Collaboration with foreign universities for academic excellence.
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DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING
1.
Name of the Department & its year of establishment:
Name of the Department : Electrical and Electronics Engineering
Year of establishment
: 1994
2.
Names of Programmes / Courses offered (UG, PG, M. Phil., Ph.D., Integrated
Masters; Integrated Ph.D., etc.):
S.No
1.
2.
3.
3.
Programme
Offered
UG
PG
Ph. D
Name of the Programme
B.E – Electrical and Electronics Engineering
M.E – Power Electronics and Drives
Electrical Engineering
Year of
Starting
1994
2003
2006
Interdisciplinary courses and departments involved:
S.No
Subject
Code
1.
12EE2101
Basic Electrical and Electronics
Engineering
I
2.
12EE2204
Electrical Engineering Laboratory
II
3.
12EE2203
Electrical Drives and Control
II
4.
12ME2102 Engineering Practices Laboratory
Courses
Sem
I
Department to which
the Courses handled
Mechanical
Engineering,
Aeronautical
Engineering,
Civil Engineering
Aeronautical
Engineering
For all branches
Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering offer open Electives to
other departments
S.No
4.
Subject
Code
Name of the Course
Participating Department
1.
12EE2001 Intellectual Property Rights
Common to all programmes
2.
12EE2002 Power Supply Systems
3.
12EE2003
Common to all programmes
(except Computer Science and
Engineering & information
Technology)
Non Conventional Energy
Sources
Annual / semester / choice based credit system:
Semester Based Credit System
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5.
Participation of the department in the courses offered by other departments:
Subject
Department
S.
Code
Interdisciplinary courses
Sem
Handling the
No
Courses
B.E – Electrical and Electronics Engineering (R2012)
1.
2.
3.
4.
12EN2101
12MA2101
12PH2101
12CH2101
5.
12CS2101
Technical English - I
Engineering Mathematics - I
Applied Physics
Applied Chemistry
Computer Fundamentals and C
Programming
Science and
Humanities
I
6. 12CS2102
Programming Laboratory
7.
12ME2102
Engineering Practices Laboratory
8.
12ME2101 Basic Civil and Mechanical Engineering
9.
10.
11.
12.
12EN2201
12MA2201
12PH2201
12CH2201
Technical English - II
Engineering Mathematics - II
Materials Science
Environmental Science
II
14. 12MA2301 Transforms and Partial Differential Equations
III
15. 12MA2001 Numerical Methods
IV
Communication Skills Laboratory
Data Structures and Developing Algorithms
V
18.
Science and
Humanities
Mechanical
Engineering
13. 12ME2203 Engineering Graphics Laboratory
16. 12EN2001
17. 12EE2505
Computer Science
and Engineering &
Information
Technology
Civil Engineering &
Mechanical
Engineering
12EE2508 Data Structures and Algorithms Laboratory
Science and
Humanities
Computer Science
and Engineering &
Information
Technology
M. E. – Power Electronics and Drives (R2015)
1. 15MA1101
Advanced Mathematics
I
Sciences and
Humanities
M. E. – Power Electronics and Drives (R2012)
2. 12MA1102
6.
Applied Mathematics for Electrical Engineers
I
Sciences and
Humanities
Number of teaching posts sanctioned and filled (Professors /Associate
Professors / Asst. Professors):
S. No
Category
1.
2.
3.
Professors
Associate Professors
Assistant Professors
U. G
Sanctioned
2
5
25
Filled
4
3
21
P. G
Sanctioned
1
1
1
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Filled
1
1
1
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8.
S. No
Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation, specialization,
(D.Sc./D.Litt. /Ph.D. / M. Phil. etc.,):
Name
Qualifi
cation
Designation
Specialization
No. of Years
of
Experience
No. of Ph.D.
Students
guided for
the
last 4 years
List of Faculty members in B. E – Electrical and Electronics Engineering
Ph.D
Professor &
Director
(Academics)
High Voltage
Engineering
Teaching :40Y
Industry : Nil
13
M.E.,
(Ph.D)
Professor and
Head
High Voltage
Engineering
Teaching :16Y 6M
Industry :19y
NA
Professor
Power systems
Teaching :21Y 8M
Industry :Nil
10
Professor
Power Electronics Teaching :16Y 3M
and Drives
Industry :1y
Nil
Associate
Professor
Electrical
Machines
Teaching: 17Y 8M
Industry : 1y
NA
Ph.D
Associate
Professor
Renewable
energy systems
Teaching :15Y 6M
Industry :3y 4M
NA
Dr. K. Sebasthi Rani
Ph.D
Associate
Professor
Power Electronics Teaching :16Y 2M
and Drives
Industry :Nil
NA
8.
Ms. G. Ranjitham*
M.E
Assistant
Professor(Sr.G)
Applied
Electronics
Teaching :13Y
Industry :Nil
NA
9.
Mr. V. Gopu*
M.E
Assistant
Professor(Sr.G)
Power Electronics Teaching :17Y
and Drives
Industry :1Y
NA
10. Mr. D. Prakash*
M.E
Assistant
Professor(Sr.G)
Power Electronics Teaching :10Y
and Drives
Industry :1y
NA
Mr. P. Sebastian
Vindro Jude*
M.E
Assistant
Professor(Sr.G)
Energy
Engineering
NA
12. Mr. K .Balamurugan*
M.E
Assistant
Professor(Sr.G)
Power Electronics Teaching :9Y 10M
and Drives
Industry : Nil
NA
13. Mr. J. Sudesh Johny
M.E
Assistant
Professor(Sr.G)
Power Electronics Teaching :9Y 9M
and Drives
Industry : Nil
NA
14. Ms. M. Chindamani*
M.E
Assistant
Professor(Sr.G)
Power Electronics Teaching :10Y
and Drives
Industry :Nil
NA
15. Mr. R. Mohan Kumar
M.E
16. Ms. D. Nithya*
M.E
Assistant
Professor(Sr.G)
Assistant
Professor
Applied
Electronics
Power Electronics
and Drives
1.
Dr. A. Ebenezer
Jeyakumar
2.
Prof. S. P. Rajkumar
3.
Dr. S. U. Prabha
Ph.D
4.
Dr. R. Shanmuga
Sundram
Ph.D
5.
Dr. S. Allirani
6.
Dr. C. Kathirvel
7.
11.
Ph.D
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Teaching :9Y 2M
Industry :2y
Teaching :7Y
Industry :Nil
Teaching : 6Y 4M
Industry :Nil
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NA
NA
17. Ms. R. K. Ragavapriya*
M.E
18. Mr. K. Hari Krishnan
M.E
19. Mr. S. M. Balaganesan
M.E
20. Mr. T. Ravikumar*
M.E
21. Ms. M. Ezhilarasi*
M.E
22. Mr. R. Krishna Kumar*
M.E
23. Mr. M. Payani
M.E
24. Ms. R. Sujitha
M.E
Mr. S. Dhaha
Roohulla
M.E
25.
26. Mr. G. Anurag
M.E
27. Mr. A. Shyam Joseph
M.E
28. Mr. C. Praveen Kumar
M.E
Assistant
Professor
Assistant
Professor
Assistant
Professor
Assistant
Professor
Assistant
Professor
Assistant
Professor
Assistant
Professor
Assistant
Professor
Assistant
Professor
Assistant
Professor
Assistant
Professor
Assistant
Professor
Power Electronics Teaching : 6Y 1M
and Drives
Industry : Nil
Teaching :6Y
Embedded System
Industry :Nil
Power Electronics Teaching :4Y 10M
and Drives
Industry : Nil
Applied
Teaching :4Y 10M
Electronics
Industry :Nil
Applied
Teaching :13Y
Electronics
Industry : Nil
Industrial
Teaching : 4Y 5M
Engineering
Industry :Nil
Power systems
Teaching : 2 Y 4M
Engineering
Industry :Nil
Applied
Teaching :6m
Electronics
Industry :Nil
Applied
Teaching :6m
Electronics
Industry : Nil
Power systems
Teaching :6m
Engineering
Industry : Nil
Power systems
Teaching :3Y 9 M
Engineering
Industry :Nil
Power Electronics Teaching :3Y 7M
and Drives
Industry :Nil
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
List of Faculty members in M.E – Power Electronics and Drives
29. Dr. C. S. Ravichandran
M.E.
Ph.D
Professor &
Head (P.G)
30. Dr. B. Adhavan
M.E.
Ph.D
Associate
Professor
31. Mrs. S. Mumtaj*
M.E
Assistant
Professor
*
Control
System, Power
System
Special
Electrical
Machines and
Drives
Power
Electronics and
Drives
Teaching :22y
Industry : 2.5 Y
12
Teaching :12Y
Industry : Nil
Nil
Teaching :5Y 9M
Industry :Nil
NA
- Faculty pursuing Ph.D
9.
Percentage of classes taken by temporary faculty – programme-wise
information: Nil
10.
Programme-wise Student Teacher Ratio:
Academic
Year
2011 – 2012
2012 – 2013
Students Strength
(A)
No. of Faculty
(B)
Students to Teacher Ratio
(A/B)
For B.E – Electrical and Electronics Engineering
432
26
16.6 : 1
432
27
16.0 : 1
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2013 – 2014
2014 – 2015
2011 – 2012
2012 – 2013
2013 – 2014
2014 – 2015
11.
432
28
432
28
For M.E – Power Electronics and Drives
36
3
36
3
36
3
36
3
15.4 : 1
15.4 : 1
12 : 1
12 : 1
12 : 1
12 : 1
Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff:
sanctioned and filled:
Category
Academic Support Staff (Technical) and Administrative Staff
Sanctioned
06
Filled
06
Details of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff:
Staff name
S. No
12.
Designation
1.
Mr. J. D. Balan
Senior Instructor
2.
Mr. K. Prabhu
Instructor
3.
Mr. A. B. Arputhaselvan
Instructor
4.
Mr. A. Mohandass
Instructor
5.
Mr. P. Kumar
Instructor
6.
Mr. B. Manikanda Madasamy
Technician
Number of faculty with ongoing projects from a) national b) international
funding agencies and c) Total grants received. Mention names of funding
agencies and grants received project-wise:
Number of Faculty involved
: 03 (National funding agencies)
a) National funding agencies
: AICTE, New Delhi.
b) International funding agencies : Nil
c) Total grants received
: Rs. 10.5 Lakhs
S.
No
1.
2.
Title of Project
Diagnostic tester for
predicting insulation
robustness of adjustable
speed drives.
High performance
brushless dc drive for
electrical vehicles.
Faculty
Dr. A. Ebenezer
Jeyakumar
(Principal Investigator)
Prof. S. P. Rajkumar
(Co-Investigator)
Dr. R. Shanmuga
sundram
Dr. B Adhavan
Funding
Agency
Grants
Status
AICTE,
New Delhi
Rs.6,00,000/-
Utilization
Certificate
submitted
AICTE,
New Delhi
Rs.4,50,000/-
Utilization
Certificate
submitted
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13.
Departmental projects funded by DST-FIST; DBT, ICSSR, etc.; total grants
received:
Total grant Received: Rs. 5.3 Lakhs
S.
No
1.
2.
3.
4.
Title of Project
Faculty
Funded by
Grants
National conference on ―Recent Trends in
Electrical Systems‖
Staff Develop Programme on ―Modelling
and Analysis of Electrical Machines‖
National conference on ―Modern
Technologies For Intelligent Grids‖
Dr. S. Allirani,
Associate Professor
Dr. S. Allirani,
Associate Professor
Dr. R. Shanmuga
sundram, Professor
ISTE
Rs.5,000/-
AICTE,
New Delhi
Rs.5,00,000/-
CSIR
Rs.25,000/-
Faculty Developement Training
Programme in ―EE2352-Solid State
Drives‖
Dr. C. S.Ravichandran
Prof & Head (PG)
Mrs. S. Mumtaj
Assistant Profesor
Anna
University,
Chennai
Rs. 81,560/-
14.
Research facility / centre with
o
State recognition:
Department of EEE has been recognized as approved research centre to
carryout research leading to Ph.D degree by Anna University, Chennai.
Ref: Centre Code: 427108
o
o
15.
National recognition
International recognition
Publications:
No. of
Papers
Hindex
Citat
ions
Cumul
ative
Impact
Factor
Professor and
Head
3
1
1
3.59
0.255
0.226
Dr. C. S.
Ravichandran
Professor &
Head (P.G)
44
4
69
32.198
10.28
4.12
Dr. S. U. Prabha
Dr. R. Shanmuga
sundram
Professor
27
3
43
12.355
4.684
1.904
Professor
11
5
73
8
21.188
9.560
10
2
16
-
1.240
0.659
10
1
6
-
1.737
0.555
9
3
19
5.145
13.989
5.557
5
1
12
1.686
-
-
1
-
-
0.232
-
-
S.
No
Name of the Faculty
1.
Prof. S. P. Rajkumar
2.
3.
4.
: Nil
: Nil
5.
Dr. S. Allirani
6.
Dr. C. Kathirvel
7.
Dr. B. Adhvan
8.
Dr. K. Sebasthi Rani
9.
Ms. G. Ranjitham
Designation
Associate
Professor
Associate
Professor
Associate
Professor
Associate
Professor
Assistant
Professor(Sr.G)
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ative
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10.
Mr. V. Gopu
11.
Mr. D. Prakash
12.
Mr. P. Sebastian
Vindro Jude
13.
Mr. K. Balamurugan
14.
Mr. J. Sudesh Johny
15.
Ms. M. Chindamani
16.
Mrs. S. Mumtaj
Assistant
Professor(Sr.G)
Assistant
Professor(Sr.G)
Assistant
Professor(Sr.G)
Assistant
Professor(Sr.G)
Assistant
Professor(Sr.G)
Assistant
Professor(Sr.G)
Assistant
Professor
03
3
-
5.963
-
-
5
-
-
-
-
-
2
-
-
1.76
-
-
10
-
-
5.6397
-
-
3
-
-
1.686
-
-
1
-
-
1.686
-
-
4
-
-
-
-
-
16.
Details of patents and income generated: Nil
17.
Areas of consultancy and income generated:
S.
No
Faculty Involved
Title
Industry
Status
Year
Contact button
erosion
L & T Switchgear,
Malumichampatti
Ongoing
October
2014
Air-horn cut –
coil problem
Roots Industry
India Private
Ltd., Coimbatore
Completed
September
2014
Prof. S. P. Rajkumar
1.
Mr. V. Gopu
Mr. J. Sudesh Johny
2.
Prof. S. P. Rajkumar
Mr. R. Mohan Kumar
18.









Faculty recharging strategies:
Faculty development programmes like seminars, workshops, conferences and
trainings are conducted for faculty members to update their knowledge.
Conduct of Faculty Development Programs in the emerging Areas of
Electrical and Electronics.
Deputation of faculty members to Faculty Development Programs organized
by premier Institutions and external agencies.
Faculty interaction with Experts from Industry and Academia.
External experts are invited to conduct refresher courses to the faculty
members on emerging areas like Variable Frequency Drive, Renewable
energy systems and Power systems.
Ph.D holders get an incentive of Rs. 10,000.00/- irrespective of their
experiences.
Incentive for consultancy works undertaken.
Encashment of earned leave for every year.
Medical concessions are given to the faculty members.
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19. Student projects:
S. No.
Year
1.
2.
3.
4.
2011-2012
2012-2013
2013-2014
2014-2015
U. G
% of students % of students
in internal
in External
projects
Projects
75.0%
2.3%
38.5%
17.4%
25.0%
97.7%
61.5%
82.6%
P. G
% of students % of students
in internal
in External
projects
Projects
100%
100%
27.7%
100%
0%
0%
72.3%
0%
List of Companies providing internship projects for the students to enrich their
knowledge in the field of electrical Sciences
1) Pricol Technologies Ltd., Coimbatore
2) Hindustan Machine Tools Ltd., Ernakulum
3) TANGEDCO Ltd, Mettur Thermal Power Station-1, Mettur
4) Kirloskar Brothers Ltd, Coimbatore
5) L&T Electrical & Automation, Coimbatore
6) Roots Industries India Ltd, Coimbatore
7) Salzer Electronics Ltd, Coimbatore
8) Wipro Technologies, Chennai
9) ITC Ltd Paperboards & Specialty Paper Division, Coimbatore
10) Indo Shell Cast Private Ltd, Unit II, Coimbatore
11) CRI Pumps Private Ltd, Coimbatore
20. Awards / recognitions received at the national and international level by
Faculty :
S.
No
Name of the Staff
with designation
Title of the
Duration
Course/Seminar/Workshop
Academic Year: 2011 – 2012
1. Chairperson for Paper
presentation
1.
Dr. R. Shanmuga
sundram
2.Chairperson for International
Conference
3.Chairperson for Paper
presentation
4. Chairperson
Details of the organizers
04.03.201005.03.2010
Tamilnadu College of
Engineering, Coimbatore
27.10.2009
Engineers network,
Kottayam, Kerala
07.09.2010
KCT ,Coimbatore
23.09.2009
SRIT, Coimbatore
2.
Dr. B. Adhavan
Reviewer for Journal papers
Nov-2011 to
till date
3.
Mr. K. Balamurugan
Member - Board of Studies
25.01.2012
EEE Department, KCT,
Cbe.
2012 to till
date
International Journal of
Control Theory and
Computer Modeling
(IJCTCM)
4.
Dr.C.S.Ravichandran
Reviewer for Journal papers
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Technology Research
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Reviewer for Journal papers
2012 to till
date
Reviewer for Journal papers
2012 to till
date
Journal of Advanced
research in Electrical and
Electronics Engineering
(JAREEE)
International Journal of
Information Technology,
Control and Automation
Academic Year: 2012 – 2013
Dr.C.S.Ravichandran
Chief Guest for Technical
Symposium
10.10.2012
EEE Department, EASA
College of Engineering and
Technology, Coimbatore
2.
Dr. S. Allirani
Session judge for International
conference on innovations in
intelligent Instrumentation
Optimization and signal processing
01.03.2013
Karunya University, EIE
department.
3.
Dr. B. Adhavan
Reviewer for Journal papers
March‟13 to Journal of Vibration
till date
Control(JVC)
Member - Board of Studies
24.09.2012 25.09.2012
1.
4.
Mr. K. Balamurugan
EEE Department,
Kumaraguru College of
Technology, CBE
Academic Year: 2013 – 2014
1.
Prof. S.P. Rajkumar
Reviewer for Journal papers
Online
July‘13 –
18th Aug‘13
28th
2.
Dr.C.S.Ravichandran
Chair Person- Paper Presentation
10.01.2014
3.
Dr. B. Adhavan
Reviewer for Journal papers
November
2013 to till
date
Petroleum & Chemical
Industry committee
International Conference
on “Renewable Energy
Ulization(ICREU-2014)
“Coimabotore Institute of
Technology”, Coimbatore.
International Journal of
Automation and
Computing(IJAC)
Academic Year: 2014 – 2015
1.
2.
Prof. S.P. Rajkumar
Dr. S. U. Prabha
Delivered a special lecture on
Outcome based education and
assessment towards accreditation
process
1. Resource person for a 3 day
workshop on Outcome Based
Education
2. Expert Member and conducted
Mock Audit
3. Chief Guest for Association
Inauguration and delivered a guest
lecture on Teaching Learning
Process
4. Technical Member for the
International Conference on
Electrical Electronics
28-04-2015
Dr.N.G.P.Institute of
Technology, Coimbatore.
14-06-2014 16-06-2014
Bannari Amman Institute
of Technology, Coimbatore
25-06-2014
Sona College of
Technology, Salem
05-12-2014 06-12-2014
Nehru School of
Management Studies,
Coimbatore
13-07-2014
Karpagam college of
Engineering, Coimbatore
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Instrumentation and Computer
Communication (E2IC2 '2014)
5. Technical Member for the IEEE
International Conference on
Electrical, Computer and
Communication Technologies
6. Member of Technical
Committee in IEEE International
Conference on Information
Processing
7. Member of Technical
Committee in International
Conference on Power and
Energy Systems : Towards
Sustainable Energy
8. Technical Member for the
International Conference on
Emerging Trends in Engineering,
Technology and Science (ICETETS2016) to be held during 24th – 26th
February, 2016
3.
05 - 07,
SVS College of
March 2015 Engineering, Coimbatore
16-19,
December
2015
Vishwakarma Institute
of Technology, Pune
21st – 23rd
January,
2016
Amrita School of
Engineering, Bangalore,
Karnataka
24-02-2016 26-02-2016
Chair Person- Paper Presentation
13th & 14th
August 2014
Resource Person- Guest Lecture
19.02.2015
Dr. B. Adhavan
o
Doctoral / post doctoral fellows: Nil
o
Students:
Kings College of
Engineering, Tamil Nadu.
National level technical
symposium “Exousia
2014”Department of EEE,
SNS College of
Engineering, CBE.
Guest Lecture,
Organized by department
of ECE, S.N.S College of
Engineering, Coimbatore.
Good number of students are participating in National and International events
and winning various awards/prizes/medals.
21. Seminars / Conferences / Workshops organized and the source of funding
(national / international) with details of outstanding participants, if any:
S.
No
Date
Name of the Amount
Funding
sanctioned
Agency
in Rs
Academic year: 2011-2012
Name of the Program
Number of
participants
50 Faculty
Staff Development Programme on
Members
20.06.2011AICTE,
Rs.5,00,000/(including
1.
Modeling and Analysis of Electrical
02.07.2011
New Delhi
both Internal
Machines (20.06.2011 to 02.07.2011)
and External)
Academic year: 2013-2014
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2.
Faculty Development and Training
9.12.2013 Program on ―EE2352-Solid State
15.12.2013
Drives‖
Anna
University, Rs. 81,560/- 25 Faculties
Chennai
22. Student profile course-wise:
Name of the
Selected
Pass percentage
Applications
Course
received
Male
Female
Male
Female
(refer question no. 2)
B.E – Electrical and Electronics Engineering
2008 – 2012
89
44
92%
91%
As per Anna
2009 – 2013
87
43
93%
88%
University
2010 – 2014
84
58
92%
98%
Norms
2011 – 2015
95
48
74%
96%
M. E – Power electronics and Drives
2010 – 2012
8
10
100%
100%
As per Anna
2011 – 2013
7
11
100%
100%
University
2012 – 2014
11
7
100%
100%
Norms
2013 – 2015
6
11
100%
100%
23.
Diversity of Students:
2011 – 2012
2012 – 2013
2013 – 2014
2014 – 2015
% of
students
from the
college
-
2011 – 2012
5.56%
72.22%
22.22%
-
M. E – Power 2012 – 2013
Electronics and
2013 – 2014
Drives
2014 – 2015
5.56%
66.67%
27.77%
-
-
94.12%
5.88%
-
-
77.78%
22.22%
-
Name of the
Course
(refer question no. 2)
B.E –
Electrical and
Electronics
Engineering
% of
% of
% of
students students
students
from the from other from other
state
States
countries
100%
100%
100%
100%
-
24. How many students have cleared Civil Services, Defense Services, NET,
SLET, GATE and any other competitive examinations?
Year GATE
TANCET
IELTS
2010-2011
-
14
2
2011-2012
-
14
-
2012-2013
-
9
-
2013-2014
1
10
2
2014-2015
Under process
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25. Student progression:
Student Progression
Percentage against enrolled
2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014
2014-2015
10.6%
7.7%
7.7%
Under process
-
UG to PG
PG to M. Phill
P.G to Ph.D
Ph.D to Post-Doctoral
Employed
 Campus Selection
U. G
72.50%
34.93%
40.17%
53.70%
P. G
-
5.5%
-
5.5%
-
-
-
-
0.76%
3.84%
-
-
-
5.5%
-
 Other than campus
recruitment
 Entrepreneurs
U. G
P. G
-
26. Diversity of staff:
Percentage of faculty who are graduates
of the same parent university
from other universities within the State
from other universities from other States
Percentage
93.54% (29 Faculties)
Nil
6.46% (2 Faculties)
27. Number of faculty who were awarded Ph.D., D.Sc. and D.Litt. during the
assessment period:
S. No
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
5 faculty members are awarded Ph.D.
Year of
Faculty Name
Completion
Dr. S. Allirani
Nov – 2014
Dr. C. Kathirvel
Nov – 2014
Dr. K. Sebasti rani
Nov – 2014
Dr. B. Adhavan
Nov – 2014
Dr. R. Shanmugasundram
Feb – 2015
28. Present details about infrastructural facilities
a) Library:
Sl. No. Books / Journals
1.
Number of Books
2.
Number of Students Project Reports
b)
University
Anna University, Chennai
Anna University, Chennai
Anna University, Chennai
Anna University, Chennai
JNTUH College of Engineering
Numbers
915
262
Internet facilities for staff and students:
The college is connected with 110 Mbps Internet and Wi-Fi services
which are available to both the staff and students.
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S. No
1.
2.
3.
4.
Description
No. of computing systems provided to Staff members
with Internet connectivity
Total No. of Servers
Total No. of computing systems in the Department for
students
Total No. of computing systems in the Department with
Internet connectivity for students
c)
S. No
Quantity
U. G
P. G
17
3
2
1
73
19
55
3
Total number of class rooms: 09
Name of the
Programme
Name of the Department
No. of Class
Rooms
1.
2.
d)
B. E.
Electrical and Electronics Engineering
07
M. E.
Power Electronics and Drives
02
Class rooms with ICT facility: 07
 Class rooms are provided with LCD projector facilities.
 The Campus is Wi-Fi enabled
 Campus is facilitated with Internet connectivity of 110 Mbps
 Faculty members use the ICT facilities
 NPTEL and open course are widely used in classrooms
e)
Students’ laboratories:
S. No
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
1.
2.
Laboratory description in the Curriculum
Area
B. E – Electrical and Electronics Engineering
Engineering Practices Laboratory
116 m2
Electric Circuits Laboratory
83 m2
Electron Devices Laboratory
116 m2
Measurements and Instrumentation Laboratory
116 m2
Electronic Circuits Laboratory
83 m2
DC Machines and Transformers Laboratory
275 m2
Linear Integrated Circuits Laboratory
116 m2
Synchronous and Induction Machines Laboratory
275 m2
Data Structures and Algorithms Laboratory
100 m2
Control Systems Laboratory
83 m2
DSP and Microprocessors Laboratory
116 m2
Power Electronics and Drives Laboratory
83 m2
Power System Simulation Laboratory
100 m2
M. E – Power Electronics and Drives
Power Electronics and Drives Laboratory
69.92 m2
Modeling and Simulation Laboratory
81.42 m2
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Cost in Rs.
Rs. 54,000.00
Rs.2,45,000.00
Rs.3,00,000.00
Rs.3,09,280.00
Rs.8,15,567.00
Rs.15,26,120.00
Rs.4,29,000.00
Rs.13,81,300.00
Rs.18,75,000.00
Rs.13,71,182.00
Rs.9,42,525.00
Rs.3,87,992.00
Rs.21,72,800.00
Rs.13,78,104.00
Rs.11,41,534.00
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f)
Research laboratories: 1 + 1 (Proposed Research Laboratory)
28. Number of students of the department getting financial assistance from
College:
Government
SREC alumni
Academic
Scholarship/
Minority
Association
Year
First Graduate Scholarship
Scholarship
Scholarship
2011 – 2012
154
NA
2012 – 2013
241
1
NA
2013 – 2014
280
2014 – 2015
275
5
29. Was any need assessment exercise undertaken before the development of
new program(s)? If so, give the methodology:
Before the development of new programme, all possible aspects of the course are
extensively discussed in the staff meeting. Later discussion will be with all Heads of
the departments and Principal. Opinion will also be obtained from alumni, industry
experts, and renowned academicians. Based on the collective opinion, decision will be
made for the starting of new programme. The proposal including infrastructure and
financial requirements for the new programme was prepared and presented to the
Academic Council. The recommendations of the Academic Council were submitted to
the Governing Council/Management for the approval.
30. Does the department obtain feedback from
a. Faculty on curriculum as well as teaching-learning-evaluation? If yes,
how does the department utilize it?
Yes, the department obtains feedback from faculty to improve the
teaching-learning-evaluation. The process for curriculum design, evaluation
and updating of the syllabi are standardized. The department has initiated the
process of formally surveying the requirements of the stakeholders of its
engineering programme through well designed survey instruments. The
survey would be conducted once in a year. The analysis of their responses has
aided substantially to take fresh look at the syllabi and fine-tune it to closely
meet the requirements of the stakeholders. When the faculty specialized in a
subject perceives a need for modification of the syllabi in his/her course due
to his/her interaction with various stake holders, he/she is expected to put
forth the details of what is being proposed for modification, to what modified
form, and why is it being done. The proposals with proper and sufficient
justification are deliberated in the Board of Studies before accepted for
inclusion in the syllabi. The rich experience of Board members, coupled with
their comprehensive knowledge of contemporary economic, technological,
and social issues has been a great asset to bank on while revising the syllabi.
Based on the feedback, the department prepares syllabi for various courses
keeping in view the objectives of the college, interest of the stakeholders and
the national /international requirements.
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b.
Students on staff, curriculum as well as teaching-learning-evaluation
and what is the response of the department to the same?
1. Student feedback on staff is taken at the end of each semester. The
feedback questionnaire is scientifically designed. Based on the responses of
the students the Faculty Competence Index (FCI) is calculated. The result of
the survey is discussed with the concerned faculty member by the HOD with
regards to the pace of delivery of course, the use of teaching aids, punctuality,
role playing, questions posed to students, clarifying student doubts,
demonstrating case studies etc. The faculty with FCI<70% will be counseled
by the HOD and Principal and measures will be initiated to improve the
performance.
2. Feedback on Curriculum: Mid-term feed-back regarding curriculum is
obtained from the students. The same is analyzed in BOS meeting and if
necessary, changes are made in the syllabus.
3. Feedback on teaching learning process:
 Course end survey – On completion of a course Feedback is collected from
the students for the course and the transactional methodologies at the end
of every semester to improve the quality of curriculum and curriculum
transaction.
 Graduate survey – A survey is conducted after the end of the programme
to assess student‘s satisfaction, wherein the feedback is obtained regarding
the teaching-learning process, teaching aids, laboratory facilities and other
infrastructure facilities.
c. Alumni and employers on the programmes and what is the response of
the department to the same?
Alumni Survey: Feedback from the alumni is collected by SREC Alumni
Association. Board of Studies includes renowned alumni as a member. The
feedback from the alumni is also collected during their visit to the campus.
These feedback are consolidated by the department alumni coordinator
and necessary actions are initiated.
Employer Survey: Feedback from the employers is collected by the
department for necessary action. Board of Studies includes leading
Industrial experts as members. The curricula and syllabi are revised
frequently and updated in line with current scenario based on feedback
from employers.
31. List the distinguished alumni of the department (maximum 10):
S.
No
Name
Year of
Completion
1.
Mr. M. Antony Prabhu
1998
Designation
Senior Technical
Manager
2.
Dr. J. Karpagam
1998
Professor & Head
3.
4.
5.
Ms. N. V. Kiruthika
Mr. S. Praveen
Mr. R. Gopalakrishnan
1998
1998
1998
Technical Leader
Senior Analyst
Manager
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Company
Tech Mahindra Ltd, Bangalore
Dept of Biomedical Engineering,
Dr NGP Institute of Technology,
Coimbatore
Cavium Networks, Salem
IBM, Bangalore
Electrical and Instrumentation,
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7.
8.
Mr. Antony Aaron
Pinhero
Mr. D. Karthikeyan
Mr. K. Vishnu Karthan
9.
Mr. S. Nellaiyappan
2011
10.
Mr. M. Raja
Nandakumar
2011
6.
2008
Director
2000
2000
Project manager
Associate Consultant
Software
Programmer
Software
Engineer
CREWPL, Chennai
Circuit Engineering Group of
Concerns, Coimbatore
IBM, Banglaore
CGI, Hosur
Robert Bosch, Coimbatore
Infosys, Banglore
32. Give details of student enrichment programmes (special lectures / workshops
/ seminar) with external experts:
Industry experts are frequently invited to deliver guest lecture regarding recent trends
and developments in different spheres of Engineering and Technology through
different forums.
The no. of enrichment programme organized for the students are given below.
S. No Duration
Module Description
Resource Persons
Organizers
Academic year: 2011-2012
1.
ENERXIA - Renewable
17.08.2011
Energy Club
Mr.N.Sudhakar, Senior Engineer,
REC,
Super Sales India Ltd.
SREC
Mr.K.A.Unnikrishna Menon,
Inaugural Function of EEE
EEETA,
Retd. Joint Director, NPOL
Association
SREC
Lab/DRDO, Trivandram
Guest Lecture on
Mr.K.R.Balathandapani, Executive
EDC,
Entrepreneurship and
Product Support, M/s.
SREC
Development
EMDEETEC, Bangalore
One day work shop on
Mr.S.SakthivelManikandan,
EEETA,
―Embedded Systems‖
Associate Project Manager,RBEI,
SREC
Coimbatore
TechKosmos,12 – Student Mr.A.Soundararajan,
IEEE
Professional Awareness
AP/IT, PSG College of Technology,
Chapter
Programme
Coimbatore
2.
21.07.2011
3.
24.12.2011
4.
28.01.12
5.
13.03.2011
&
14.03.2012
Academic year: 2012-2013
30.08.2012
1.
&
31.08.2012
2. 15.09.2012
3. 27.11.2012
4. 30.01.2013
Two day National Seminar
Renewable
– Stromnets ‗12‖ ON
Mr.K.V.Rupchand, Chair IEEE PES, Energy
―Smart Grid & Energy
Prof.R.Sarathi, IIT Madras
Club,
Management
SREC
Guest Lecture – ―Need for Shri.Kannan Narasimhan,
EEETA,
Assistasnt Vice President, Mahindra
Innovation from
SREC
Satyam Ltd, Chennai
Engineers‖
Guest Lecture – ―Vision
T.P.Govindan, Director, BRDA,
EEETA,
for Future‖
Baroda.
SREC
Special Guest Lecture –
Dr.V.Lakshmi Narasimhan,
EEETA,
―Embedded Computing Computer Science Department of
SREC
Systems‖
East Carolina University, USA
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(ACM distinguished speaker)
Dr.R.Prabhakar, Secretary, CIT, CBE
Dr.K.A.NarayananKutty, Professor,
Department of ECE, Amrita School
of Engineering.
Dr.S.Manigandan
One day seminar on
Scientist-C, DRDO, Bangalore
―Signal and Image
Er.Chiranth M. Patil, Field
IEEE
5. 9.03.2013 Processing‖ organized by
Application Engineer, CoreEl
Chapter
IEEE COMSOC and IEEE
Technologies, Bangalore
Student Branch SREC
Dr.K. Porkumaran, Principal
Dr.N.G.P. Institute of Technology
Dr.P.T.Vanathi, Professor,
Department of ECE, P.S.G Tech,
Coimbatore.
Special Guest Lecture –
Dr.P.C.Ravikumar, Technical
EEETA,
6. 20.04.2013 ―Recent Trends in
Director, Texas Instruments,
SREC
Electronics‖
Bangalore
Academic year: 2013-2014
workshop on ―Dream
Mr. P. Shivakumar, HR – Robert
Career for the Future”
Bosch, Coimbatore
Special Guest Lecture –
Mr.S.Chandrasekar Kore, DGM, L &
―Introduction to Low
T Electrical & Automation
Voltage Switch Gear‖
IEEE Day Celebration 2013 V.Siva, Junior Engineer, Regen
& Industrial Visit
Power Tech. Pvt Ltd, Pollachi
FDP- Advanced Control Dr.N.Kumarappan, EAC Chair,
System
Treasure, IEEE Madras Section
One day National Level Dr.A. Selvakumar, Managing
Project Presentation Expo Director, Encore IT Service
―TeckKosmos‘14‖
Solutions, Coimbatore
1.
20.07.2013
2.
14.09.2013
3.
01.10.2013
4.
25.10.13&
26.10.2013
5.
08.02.2014
6.
29.01.14
Employability skills
to
workshop
31.01.2014
Mr. Anjesh, Alumni of SREC
EEETA,
SREC
EEETA,
SREC
IEEE
Chapter
EEETA,
SREC
IEEE
Chapter
EEETA,
SREC
Academic year: 2014-2015
1.
2.
3.
Mr.Damodara M.S, Product
Seminar on Blended
Manager, CoreEL Technologies
Learning Program in VLSI
India Pvt. Ltd., Bangalore
Mr. Balaji Lakshmanan
01.08.2014 Two day hands on
Founder & CEO, I Make Robots,
–
training program on
Geeky Technology & Consulting
Mr. Naveed S
02.08.2014 Robotics and Solar
Trainer, Lambda Edulabs, Chennai
Mr. S. Prasanna Krishna,
Special lecture on
19.08.2014
“Higher Studies Abroad” CEO, Career Zone Pvt. Ltd., CBE
17.07.2013
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EEETA,
SREC
EEETA,
SREC
EEETA,
SREC
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4.
Dr.B.Mathivanan, Assoc/Prof./CSE
―Pleasure in Engineering‖
Special Lecture on
Dr.M.RM.Krishnappa,Assoc
―Awareness Programme
EEETA,
26.08.2014
Prof/Phys ―Engineering for You‖
On Engineering Education
SREC
Miss R.Brindha, AP/English
For School Students‖
―SREC – A Bridge, A Ladder and
Everything‖
5.
26.08.2014
6.
01.09.2014
7.
0409.2014 –
06.09.2014
8.
26.09.2014
Workshop on
M/s Atandra Energy Pvt. Ltd.,
“Monitoring in Managing
Krykard Systems, Chennai
Power Quality”
Special Lecture on
Dr.S.Ananth, Consultant
―Student Mental Health: Psychiatrist,
Issues And Solutions‖
Sri Ramakrishna Hospital, CBE
Workshop On
Mr.S.Sundaramoorthy,
―Technology And
Managing Director,
Engineers‖ (Bridging The
Sunshiv Electronics, Coimbatore
Gap)
One day seminar on
Embedded Systems
National Level Workshop
09.10.201
on RF/Wireless System
9.
&
Design Solution from
10.10.2014
Xilinx
Seminar on Hardware in
10. 11.10.2014 loop implementation with
Xilinx
National Seminar on ―
Towards the IoT
11. 13.12.2014
(Internet of Things
Universe)
12. 17.12.2014
Awareness Program on
Energy Conservation
REC,
SREC
EEETA,
SREC
EEETA,
SREC
Mr.Binosh Balachandra, Head,
Embedded Systems, Pricol
Technologies Ltd., Coimbatore
EEETA,
SREC
Mr. Mamidi Nagaraju, Field
Application Engineer, CoreEL
Technologies India Pvt. Ltd.
Bangalore
EEETA,
SREC
Mr. Gaurav Purohit, Senior
Research Fellow, BITS, PILANI
EEETA,
SREC
Mr. Prem Vadapalli, Senior
Technical Manager, University
Program, Texas Instruments India,
Bangalore
Mr. R. Varadarajan, Technical
Manager, Robert Bosch, Bangalore
Mr. E. Praveen Kumar, Consultant,
Capedigisoft Solutions Inc.,
Texas,USA
EEETA,
SREC
Er.S.Jawahar, Executive Engineer,
TANGEDCO, Coimbatore North
Er.G.N.Sudhakar, Superintending
Engineer, TANGEDCO, Coimbatore
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Renewable
Energy
Club,
SREC
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33. List the teaching methods adopted by the faculty for different programmes.












Regular Class Work (Black Board, Chalk and Talk)
Modern Teaching Aids(OHP, LCD Projector wherever necessary)
E-Journals
Industrial Visit
In-Plant Training
Workshops and Guest Lectures
NPTEL Video Lectures
Seminars and Tutorials
EDUSAT Program
Communication Class &
Group Discussion
Models and Animation
34. How does the department ensure that programme objectives are constantly
met and learning outcomes monitored?
Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs) and Programme Outcomes
(POs) including Course Outcomes (COs) are listed and communicated to
all students by including them in the course files and lab manuals. In
addition the following measures are taken to meet with the POs of the
department.






Program objectives and Course outcomes are constantly assessed through
Periodical tests, Assignments, Seminars and End semester examinations.
Continuous feedback from the faculty by collecting information through
course review form.
Remedial classes for the weak students.
Introducing Value Added Courses in the curriculum.
Feedback are obtained from the Employers, Alumni and students are
periodically reviewed and discussed in BOS for further tuning of program
objectives and learning outcomes.
ISO audit is done every year and the report is considered by the
department for suitable action to be taken for setting right any
deficiencies.
35. Highlight the participation of students and faculty in extension activities:


III Cell (Industry Institution Interaction Cell):
Faculty members are doing consultancy services and research on industry
defined problems for the social issues like water, pollution and employment.
NSS:
Students are participated in the Extension Activities through NSS. The
institute encourages the students and faculty to take part in the NSS activities.
Special awareness programmes on rain water harvesting, environment
cleanliness, etc., are conducted by the faculty and students of our college for
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

the benefit of the nearby villages. White washing of the schools, cleaning the
neighborhood areas and planting tree saplings form part of the service.
Women Empowerment Cell:
The college has a Women Empowerment Cell to uplift, empower, and
improve the contribution of women towards the society. The cell organizes
programmes and activities to achieve the goal.
Renewable Energy Club:
The main objective of Renewable Energy Club is to promote awareness and
research towards the energy conservation.
36. Give details of “beyond syllabus scholarly activities” of the department.
 Value added courses are conducted to give practical exposure on recent
trends during semester holidays.
 Renewable Energy Club is initiated to enhance the knowledge and interest of
the students in the area of Energy and Power systems.
 The department conducts refresher classes to enhance the technical skills of
the students.
 The students of the department participate in various activities like Circuit
debugging and other technical competitions conducted by premier
institutions.
 The students are also involved in various consultancy activities undertaken
by the department.
 The students of the department participate in social service activities such as
NSS, YRC, etc.
 Personality and soft skill development programs are conducted to train the
students.
 Apart from this, students take active part as members of the following
professional bodies and clubs in addition to the student association activities
of the departments.
 Institution of Engineers (India)
 ISTE Student Chapter
 Higher Education / Competitive Examination Cell
 Photography Club
 Fine Arts Club
 IEEE Students branch
 Enhancement of students' knowledge to meet the industry standards is
ensured through various programmes and activities:
 Value Added Courses &
 Technical Lectures
 Students Personality Development
 Infosys Campus Connect Programme
 Industrial Visit and In Plant Training
 Certification Courses
 Seminar / workshops
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37.
State whether the programme/ department is accredited/ graded by other
agencies. Give details.
Programme B.E - Electrical and Electronics Engineering Accredited by NBA
(National Board of Accreditation) in the year 2003
 NBA accredited for the first time in 2003(Ref: F. No.: NBA/ACCR –
203/2003, dated: 22/12/2003.
 NBA Re-accredited for the second time in 2007 (Ref: F. No. NBA/ACCR203/2003 dated: 22/05/2007)
 NBA Re-accredited for the third time in 2012 (Ref: F. No. 33152/2010/NBA dated: Sept, 2012)
38. Detail any five Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Challenges
(SWOC) of the department:
Strengths:
 Curriculum design in-line with recommendations of AICTE
 Availability of Domain Experts
 Reviewers for reputed publishers
 Reviewers for journals
 Industrial consultancy
 Good Placement standing
 Healthy industry institution interaction for framing curriculum
Weaknesses:
 High core course content in the curriculum
 Low key industrial consultancy activities
 Need for improving the application capability of the Students
 Research funding to be improved
Opportunities:
 With the good name for the programme, the programme can establish
itself as a much sought after one.
 With good industry interaction, industry sponsored research
laboratories can be setup.
 With the help of ongoing industrial consultancy, more industries can be
motivated to approach for consultancy.
 With the envisaged government concentration on renewable energy,
facilities can be setup in the renewable field for both faculty and
students research.
Challenges:
 The waning interest of student‘s community to take up Electrical and
Electronics Engineering programme is to be reactivated.
 Monotony of certain courses in the programme to be
reduced/minimized/eliminated.
 Abstractness of the courses to be modified with necessary software
tools.
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
Teachers in the programme are to be sent under sabbatical leave to
concerned industries for training. This will help the teachers to teach
courses from first-hand experience.
39. Future plans of the department:
To establish the programme in to a source for excellence in Engineering,
Industry, Research and Consultancy
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DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING
1.
Name of the Department & its year of establishment
Name of the Department
: Electronics and Communication Engineering
Year of establishment
: 1994
2.
Names of Programmes / Courses offered (UG, PG, M.Phil., Ph.D., Integrated
Masters; Integrated Ph.D., etc.)
Year of
Engineering / Technology
S.No.
Started
1
UG
B.E
Electronics and Communication
Engineering
1994-1995
2
PG
M.E
VLSI Design
2010-2011
3
PG
M.E
Embedded System Technologies
2013-2014
4
Research
Ph.D
Electronics and Communication
Engineering
2011-2012
3.
Interdisciplinary Courses and Departments Involved
The department offers the following interdisciplinary courses from various
departments for the candidates under Regulation 2012
S.No Semester Course
code
Course Title
Departments
Involved
1.
12EN2102
Technical English – I
English
2.
12MA2101 Engineering Mathematics-I
Mathematics
3.
12PH2101
Applied Physics
Physics
4.
12CH2101
Applied Chemistry
Chemistry
12CS2101
Computer fundamentals and C
programming
Basic Civil and Mechanical
Engineering
Programming Laboratory
Computer Science
& Engineering
Civil/Mechanical
5.
I
6.
12ME2101
7.
12CS2102
8.
12ME2102
9.
12PH2102
Engineering Practices
Laboratory
Applied Physics Laboratory
10.
12CH2102
Applied chemistry Laboratory
I
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Computer Science
& Engineering
Civil/Mechanical
Physics
Chemistry
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11.
12EN2202
12.
12MA2201 Engineering Mathematics-II
Mathematics
12PH2201
Material Science
Physics
14.
12CH2201
Environmental Science
Chemistry
15.
12ME2203
II
13.
16.
III
17.
19.
IV
21.
Civil/Mechanical
Mathematics
12MA2402 Random Processes
Information
Technology
Information
Technology
Mathematics
12MA2001 Numerical Methods
Mathematics
Electronics &
Instrumentation
Engineering
Management
studies
English
Data Structures Laboratory
22.
V
12EI2501
Control Systems
23.
VI
12EC2001
Principles of Management
12EN2001
Communication Skills
Laboratory
24.
S.No.
Regulations
3.
4.
5.
6.
ME-VLSI Design
Course Code and Name
12MA1105-Advanced
Mathematics and
Optimization Techniques
1.
2.
English
Engineering Graphics
Laboratory
12MA2301 Transforms and Partial
Differential Equations
12EI2301
Data Structures using C
12EI2305
20.
Communicative English
Regulations 12EC1E04-High Performance
Architecture and Parallel
2012
Processing
12EC1E15-Nano Electronics
12EC1E24 – parallel
Programming with GPUs
15MA1102-Advanced
Mathematics
Regulation
15EN1001-Technical
Communication *Audit
Course
Semester
Department
offering
I
Mathematics
Elective
Information
Technology
Elective
Elective
Nanotechnology
Computer Science
Engineering
I
Mathematics
I
English
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2015
7.
8.
15EC1E13-Nano Scale
Devices & Circuit Design
9.
1.
2.
3.
4.
15EC1E06-Advanced
Computer Architecture and
Parallel Processing
15EC1E09-Scripting
Languages for VLSI
Elective
Information
Technology
Elective
Computer Science
Engineering
Elective
ME-EMBEDDED System Technologies
12MA1107 - Applied
I
Mathematics for Systems
Engineering
12ES1202 - Embedded
II
Computing
12ES1E11 - Object Oriented
Elective
Regulations Programming
2012
12ES1E16 - Embedded Linux
Elective
12EC1E11 - Microsensors
and MEMS
12ES1E05 - Fundamentals of
Nano Science and
Technology
15MA1102 - Advanced
Mathematics
15EN1001 - Technical
Communication -Audit
Course
15ES1E11 - Algorithms and
Analysis
15ES1E14 - Distributed
Embedded Computing
Elective
11.
15ES1E17 - Embedded Linux
Elective
12.
15ES1E18 - Building Internet
of Things
Elective
13.
15ES1E19 - Mobile
Application Development
using Android
Elective
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
Regulation
2015
Elective
Nanotechnology
Mathematics
Computer Science
and Engineering
Nano Technology
I
Mathematics
I
English
Elective
Elective
Computer Science
and Engineering
All B.E/B.Tech candidates from 2012 batch onwards shall be eligible to
register for one interdisciplinary electives during 6th semester. The department
Board of Studies has passed the following three interdisciplinary electives of three
credits each:
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S.No.
Subject Code
Subject Title
1
12EC2E38
Microprocessor and Microcontroller
2
12EC2E39
Digital Signal Processing
3
12EC2E40
Digital Image Processing
Following are the interdisciplinary electives offered by various departments to ECE
in the academic year 2014-2015:
S.No.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Department Involved
B.E.Biomedical Engineering
Subject Code & Title
12BM2E16-Health Science &
Technology
B.E. Aeronautical Engineering 12AE2506-Aircraft Systems and
Instrumentation
B.E. Electrical and Electronics 12EE2002-Power Supply Systems
Engineering
Annual/ semester/choice based credit system
Semester Based Credit System
5.
Participation of the department in the courses offered by other departments
Name of the
Academic
Subject
Department
Year/Semester
offering
UG-Electronics and Communication Engineering
12EE2505 - Digital Signal Processing for
Electrical Engineers
2015-2016 / ODD
2014-2015/ODD
2013-2014/ EVEN
2013-2014/ ODD
12IT2304 - Digital Integrated Circuits Lab
12AE2704 – Avionics
12AE2705 - Avionics Lab
12AE2304 - Electronics and Microprocessors
12IT2301 - Digital Integrated Circuits and
Logic Design
12IT2304 -Digital Integrated Circuits
Laboratory
08AH704 -Avionics
08AH708 -Avionics Laboratory
12AE2304 -Electronics & Microprocessor
08AF601 –Digital Signal Processing
08AF609 –Digital Signal Processing Lab
12ME1E01 – Neural Network And Fuzzy
System
08AH704 – Avionics
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Electrical &
Electronics Engg
Information
Technology
Aeronautical
Engineering
Information
Technology
Aeronautical
Engineering
Information
Technology
Manufacturing
Engineering
Aeronautical
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2012-2013/EVEN
2012- 2013 / ODD
08AH708 – Avionics Laboratory
08AH506 – Electronics and Microprocessor
12AE2304 – Electronics and Microprocessor
12IT2301 – Digital Integrated Circuits and
Logic Design
12IT2304 – Digital Integrated Circuits Lab
08AF601 – Digital Signal Processing
08AF609 – Digital Signal Processing Lab
08AH704 – Avionics
08AH708-Avionics Laboratory
08AH506 - Electronics and Microprocessor
08AE506 – Analog and Digital
Communication
2012- 2013 / ODD
2015-2016/ ODD
2014-2015/ EVEN
2014-2015/ ODD
2015-2016/ ODD
08AF302 - Digital Integrated Circuits and
Logic Design
08AF308 - Digital Integrated Circuits Lab
PG- VLSI Design
12IT2301 – Digital Integrated circuits and
logic design
12IT2401- Microprocessors and its
applications
12IT2304- Digital integrated circuits
laboratory
PG- Embedded System Technologies
12IT2301 – Digital Integrated circuits and
logic design
2014-2015/ EVEN
12CS2503 -Embedded System Laboratory
2013-2014/ ODD
12IT2304- Digital integrated circuits
laboratory
6.
Engineering
Information
Technology
Information
Technology
Aeronautical
Engineering
Computer
Science and
Engineering
Information
Technology
Information
Technology
Information
Technology
Information
Technology
Information
Technology
Computer
Science and
Engineering
Information
Technology
Number of teaching posts sanctioned and filled (Professors/Associate
Professors/ Asst. Professors)
Sanctioned
Filled
UG-Electronics and Communication Engineering
Professors
3
3
Associate Professors
6
4
Asst. Professors
35
35
PG- VLSI Design
Professors
1
1
Associate Professors
Asst. Professors
2
2
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Professors
Associate Professors
Asst. Professors
7.
PG- Embedded System Technologies
1
2
1
2
Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation, specialization,
(D.Sc./D.Litt. /Ph.D. / M. Phil. etc.,)
UG-Electronics and Communication Engineering
S.No
Name
Qualification
Designation
Specialization
No. of
Years of
Experience
No. of Ph.D.
Students for the last
4 years
Guided
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
Dr.N.R.Alamelu
Dr. N.Sathish Kumar
Dr.G.Mary Jansi Rani
Mrs. G.M.Rajathi
Dr.B.Sathish Kumar
Dr. B. Nataraj
Mrs.K.Vidhya
Mrs. S. ArulJothi
Mr.S.Lakshmi Narayan
Mrs.S.Rangeetha
Mrs. J.Sujitha
B.E - ECE
M.E- Applied Electronics
Ph.D – Networking
Professor &
Principal
B.E- ECE
M.E- Applied Electronics
Ph.D - Wireless
Communication
B.E - ECE
M.E- Applied Electronics
Ph.D -Mobile Ad-hoc
Networks
B.E- ECE
M.E- Power Electronics &
Drives
Ph.D*- Digital Image
Processing
B.E - ECE
M.E- Applied Electronics
Ph.D - Wireless
Communication
Professor
B.E- ECE
M.E- Communication
Systems
Ph.D - RF MEMS
B.E - ECE
M.E- Communication
Systems
Ph.D*- Wireless
Communication
B.E - ECE
M.E- VLSI Design
Ph.D* - Low Power VLSI
Associate
Professor
RF MEMS
Associate
Professor
Wireless
Communication
B.E - ECE
M.E- Communication
Systems
Ph.D* - Image Processing
B.E - ECE
M.E- Applied Electronics
Assistant
Professor (Sr.G)
Image
Processing
Assistant
Professor (Sr.G)
Wireless
Communication
B.E-ECE
M.E- Communication
Assistant
Professor (Sr.G)
Wireless
Professor
Associate
Professor
Associate
Professor
Assistant
Professor (Sr.G)
Networking,
Network
Security
Wireless
Communication
Mobile
Computing,
Complet
ed
30.2 years
4
16.5 Years
4
-
25 Years
-
-
16.5 Years
-
-
-
-
10.80 Years
-
-
12 Years
-
-
7.11 Years
-
-
9.2 Years
-
-
7.5 Years
-
-
7.4 Years
-
-
2
Digital Image
Processing
Wireless
Communication
13 Years
VLSI Design
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12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
Mrs.K.R.Prabha
Mrs.V.S.Sangeetha
Mrs. Y. Adline Jancy
Mrs.A.Kalaiselvi
Mrs.G.Dhanalakshmi
Ms.V.Sangeetha
Mr.D.Jeevanand
Systems
Ph.D* - Wireless
Communication
B.E- ECE
M.E- Communication
Systems
Ph.D* - Image Processing
Communication
Assistant
Professor (Sr.G)
Image
Processing
B.E - ECE
M.E- VLSI Design
Ph.D* - Digital Image
Processing
B.E., - ECE
M.E.,- Communication
Systems
M.Sc .,M.Phil- ECE
M.E - Applied Electronics
Ph.D* – Image Processing
Assistant
Professor (Sr.G)
Digital Image
Processing
Assistant
Professor (Sr.G)
Communication
Systems
Assistant
Professor (Sr.G)
Image
Processing
B.E- ECE
M.E- VLSI Design
Ph.D *- VLSI Design
Assistant
Professor
VLSI Design
B.E - ECE
M.E- VLSI Design
Assistant
Professor
VLSI Design
B.E - EIE
M.E- Embedded System
Assistant
Professor
Embedded
Systems
19.
Mrs.N.Sheela
B.E - ECE
M.E- VLSI Design
Assistant
Professor
VLSI Design
20.
Ms. K.Deepika
B.E- ECE
M.E- Communication
Systems
B.E- ECE
M.E- Applied Electronics
Assistant
Professor
Communication
Systems
B.E - ECE
M.E- Embedded Systems
Assistant
Professor
Embedded
Systems
B.E- ECE
M.E- VLSI Design
Ph.D *- VLSI Design
B.E - ECE
M.E- VLSI Design
Ph.D *- Low Power VLSI
Circuits
B.E- ECE
M.E- Communication
Systems
Ph.D* - Mobile Ad-hoc
Networks
B.E- ECE
M.E- Applied Electronics
Assistant
Professor
VLSI Design
Assistant
Professor
Low Power VLSI
Assistant
Professor
Wireless
Networks
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
Mrs.S.Sharmila Devi
Mrs.N.Banupriya
Mrs.N.Subbulakshmi
Mr. N. Deepak
Mr. K.B.Gurumoothy
Ms.R. Hemalatha
Ms. S. Anusha
Mr.B.Anandha
Prabakaran
B.E - ECE
M.E- Control and
Instrumentation
B.E - ECE
M.E- Communication
Systems
Ph.D* - Speech Signal
Processing
Assistant
Professor
Applied
Electronics
7.6 Years
-
-
7 Years
-
-
6.8 Years
-
-
7.9 Years
-
-
4.11 Years
-
-
4.11 Years
-
-
4.9 Years
-
-
4.11 Years
-
-
5.10 Years
-
-
6.10 Years
-
-
3.3 Years
-
-
5 Years
-
-
3.2 Years
-
-
-
-
4.8 Years
Assistant
Professor
Applied
Electronics
4.4 Years
-
-
Assistant
Professor
Control and
Instrumentation
2.10 Years
-
-
Assistant
Professor
Speech Signal
Processing
1.11 Years
-
-
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29.
30.
31.
32.
33.
34.
35.
36.
37.
38.
39.
40.
Ms. V. Anupriya
Mr.M.Kasiselvanathan
Mr.R.Chandru
Ms.M.Ramya
Ms.P.Bharanee
Ms.S.Saranya
Ms.S.Janani
Ms.B.Vijayalakshmi
Mr.K.Rajeshwaran
Ms.R.Jenifer Prarthana
Ms.Bini Joy
Ms.Geraldine Shirley.N
B.E- ECE
M.E- Applied Electronics
Ph.D* - Cloud Computing
and Networking
B.E- ECE
M.E- VLSI Design
Ph.D* - Wireless
Communication
B.E - ECE
M.E- VLSI Design
Ph.D* - VLSI Design
B.E- ECE
M.E- Digital
Communication
B.E- ECE
M.E- Applied Electronics
Assistant
Professor
Cloud
Computing and
Networking
Assistant
Professor
Wireless
Communication
Assistant
Professor
VLSI Design
Assistant
Professor
Communication
Systems
Assistant
Professor
Applied
Electronics
B.E - ECE
M.E- Communication
Systems
Assistant
Professor
Communication
Systems
B.E- ECE
M.E- VLSI Design
Assistant
Professor
VLSI Design
B.E- ECE
M.E- Communication
Systems
Assistant
Professor
Communication
Systems
B.E - ECE
M.E- VLSI Design
Assistant
Professor
VLSI Design
B.E - ECE
M.E- Communication
Systems
Assistant
Professor
Communication
Systems
B.E - ECE
M.E- VLSI Design
Assistant
Professor
VLSI Design
B.E - ECE
M.E- Embedded System
Technologies
Assistant
Professor
Embedded
Systems
1.10 Years
-
-
4.10 Years
-
-
4.4 Years
-
-
2.4 Years
-
-
2.9 Years
-
-
0.11 Years
-
-
0.11 Years
-
-
2.10 Years
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
M.E - VLSI Design
1.
2.
3.
Dr. M. Jagadeeswari
Mr.C.S.Manikandababu
Mrs.N.Kirthika
B.E- ECE
M.E- Applied Electronics
Ph.D- VLSI and Embedded
Systems
B.E-ECE
M.E-VLSI Design
Ph.D* - Image Processing in
VLSI
B.E- ECE
M.E-VLSI Design
Professor
VLSI &
Embedded
system design
Assistant
Professor (Sl.
Gr.)
Image
Processing
Assistant
Professor
VLSI Design
3
21 Years
10.8 years
5.2 years
-
-
-
-
-
M.E - Embedded System Technologies
1.
Dr.S. Jayanthy
2.
Mr. A. Arunraja
3.
Mr. E. Esakki
Vigneswaran
B.E- ECE
M.E- Applied Electronics
Ph.D-VLSI Testing
B.E- EIE
M.Tech- VLSI Design
B.E - EEE
M.E-Embedded Systems
Professor
Assistant
Professor
Assistant
Professor
VLSI Design and
Testing
17.8 years
-
-
VLSI Design
6.1 years
-
-
Embedded
Systems
1.9 years
-
-
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17.
Percentage of classes taken by temporary faculty – programme-wise
information
NIL
Programme wise Student Teacher Ratio
Total Students
Faculty (T)
strength(S)
B.E. –Electronics and Communication Engineering
2011-2012
*360
28
2012-2013
*420
29
2013-2014
*480
32
2014-2015
*540
37
M.E - VLSI Design
2011-2012
*36
3
2012-2013
*36
3
2013-2014
*36
3
2014-2015
*36
3
M.E - Embedded System Technologies
2011-2012
2012-2013
2013-2014
*17
3
2014-2015
*32
3
Year
18.
12.85
14.48
15.00
14.59
12:1
12:1
12:1
12:1
6:1
12:1
Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff:
sanctioned and filled
Academic Year
Technical Staff
Attenders
19.
Ratio S/T
2010-2011
S
F
4
4
3
3
2011-2012
S
F
5
5
4
4
2012-2013
S
F
5
5
4
4
2013-2014
S
F
7
7
4
4
2014-2015
S
F
7
7
4
4
Number of faculty with ongoing projects from a) national b) international
funding agencies and c) Total grants received. Mention names of funding
agencies and grants received project-wise.
Level of
funding
National
Investigator/
Coordinator
Dr.N.R.Alamelu
Title
Funding
Agency/
Scheme
Period
Amount
Fund for
improvement of
science
Technology
infrastructure
DST-FIST
Program
2014-2019
(60
months)
30,00,000
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On
going
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20.
Departmental projects funded by DST-FIST; DBT, ICSSR, etc.; total grants
received
S.
No.
1
Investigator/
Coordinator
Dr.N.R. Alamelu
2
Dr.N.Sathish Kumar
Summer
Winter
School Scheme
3
Dr. S. Jayanthy
4
Dr. M. Jagadeeswari
Mr.B.Sathish Kumar
5
Dr.G.Mary Jansi
Rani
Dr.S.Jayanthy
6
Dr.N.Sathish Kumar
MODROBS
in
Communication
Engineering
Laboratory
7
Dr.K.R.Shankar
Kumar
Dr.N.Sathish Kumar
8
Dr.M.Jagadeeswari
9
Dr.M.Jagadeeswari
10
Dr.M.Jagadeeswari
11
Dr.N.Sathish Kumar
12
Dr.N.Sathish Kumar
Title
Funding
Agency/Scheme
Department of Science
and Technology
AICTE/SWSS
Amount
Date
15,00,000
Summer
Winter
School Scheme
AICTE/SWSS
6,99,000
FDTP on EC 2305Transmission
Lines &
Waveguides
FDTP on EC 2301Digital
Communication
Anna university
Chennai/Faculty
Development Training
Program
Anna university
Chennai/Faculty
Development Training
Program
AICTE/MODROBS
60,000
2014-2019
(On Going)
08.06.15
To
21.06.15
11.05.15
To
24.05.15
18.06.14
To
24.06.14
Performance
Analysis of Bit
Error Rate Using
QUALNET
for
MIMO
Wireless
Communication.
Receivers
National
Conference
on
Advance in VLSI
&
Embedded
System
National
Conference
on
Advance in VLSI
&
Embedded
System
AICTE/RPS
8,50,000
AICTE/Seminar grant
85,000
18.04.13
To
19.04.13
Board of research in
Nuclear
of
science/Grant in Aid
for conference
30,000
01.03.12
To
02.03.12
Hardware
software
co
synthesis
for
Embedded system
design
2 days National
level Workshop on
Research Issue In
wireless
Communication
FDTP on Wireless
AICTE/RPS
9,00,000
22.11.10
to
26.03.13
DRDO
50,000
DST-FIST Program
7,00,000
80,000
10.06.13
To
16.06.13
9,10,000
16.07.13
To
16.07.14
15.02.12
To
15.02.14
27.03.13
To
28.03.13
Anna university
Sri Ramakrishna Engineering College – NAAC – SSR (Self Study Report)
50,000
04.07.11
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13
Dr.R.Rangarajan
Mr.B.Natraj
14
Prof.K.Thinnappan
Mrs.V.S.Sangeetha
21.
MODROBS
on
Signal Processing
Lab
Ventilator Test Kit
National Recognition
International Recognition
S.
No
PRICOL Medical
System Ltd.
to
10.07.11
15,00,000
28.01.10
To
26.10.12
01.03.10
To
15.05.10
1,20,000
Research facility / centre with
Type of Recognition
(State/National)
State Recognition
22.
Chennai/Faculty
Development Training
Program
AICTE/MODROBS
Name of the Research/Centre
Electronics and Communication Department of Sri
Ramakrishna Engineering College approved as
Research centre by Anna University, Chennai.
Ref: AUTCBE / Research / Dept Recogn. / Renewal
Intimation/2011
-
Publications:
Name of the Faculty
Designation
No of
publication
s
H-Index, Citations,
Cumulative Impact Factor,
Cumulative SNIP
B.E. –Electronics and Communication Engineering
1
Dr.N.R.Alamelu
18
Dr.N.Sathish Kumar
Professor &
Principal
Professor
3
Dr.G.Mary Jansi Rani
Professor
5
CIF=4.346,CSJR=0.47
CSNIP=0.172
H-index=3,Citations=21,
CIF=0.736,CSNIP=0.16
CIF=1.604
2
4
Dr.B.Nataraj
6
CIF=0.736,CSJR=0.58
5
Dr.B.Sathish Kumar
6
6
Mrs.G.M.Rajathi
7
Mrs.K.Vidhya
8
H-index=2,Citations=21,
CSJR=0.151,CSNIP=0.32
H-index=1,Citations=7,
CIF=0.391,CSJR=0.43
H-index=4,Citations=51,
CIF=5.244,CSJR=0.16
-
9
Mr.S.Lakshmi
Narayanan
Mrs.Y.Adline Jancy
10
Mrs.S.Rangeetha
11
Mrs.J.Sujitha
Associate
Professor
Associate
Professor
Associate
Professor
Associate
Professor
Assistant
Professor(Sr.G)
Assistant
Professor(Sr.G)
Assistant
Professor(Sr.G)
Assistant
9
7
11
3
4
-
2
2
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Professor(Sr.G)
12
Mrs.K.R.Prabha
13
Mrs.A.Kalaiselvi
14
Mrs.S.Sharmiladevi
15
Mrs.G.Dhanalakshmi
16
Mrs.S.Arul Jothi
17
Mrs.N.Subbulakshmi
18
Mrs.V.S.Sangeetha
19
Ms.V.Sangeetha
20
Mrs.Banupriya
21
Mr.N.Deepak
22
Mrs.N.Sheela
23
Mrs.S.Rangeetha
24
Mr.Kasiselvanathan
25
Ms.K.Deepika
26
Mr.D.Jeevanand
27
Mr.K.B.Gurumoorthy
28
29
Mr.B.Anandhaprabakar
an
Ms.R.Hemalatha
30
Ms.S.Anusha
31
Ms.V.Anupriya
32
Ms.Ramya
33
Ms.Bharanee
34
Ms.Janani
35
Ms.Saranya
Assistant
Professor(Sr.G)
Assistant
Professor(Sr.G)
Assistant
Professor
Assistant
Professor
Assistant
Professor
Assistant
Professor
Assistant
Professor
Assistant
Professor
Assistant
Professor
Assistant
Professor
Assistant
Professor
Assistant
Professor
Assistant
Professor
Assistant
Professor
Assistant
Professor
Assistant
Professor
Assistant
Professor
Assistant
Professor
Assistant
Professor
Assistant
Professor
Assistant
Professor
Assistant
Professor
Assistant
Professor
Assistant
Professor
1
-
3
-
1
-
5
CSJR-0.26,CSNIP-0.332
4
-
5
-
5
-
3
-
3
-
6
-
3
-
2
-
3
-
1
-
8
-
4
-
8
-
2
-
2
-
2
-
1
-
1
-
2
-
2
-
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Mrs.B.Vijayalakshimi
37
Ms.R.Jenifer Prarthana
38
Ms.Bini Joy
39
Ms.Shirley
40
Mr.Rajeshwaran
1.
Dr. M. Jagadeeswari
2.
Mr. C.S.
Manikandababu
3.
Ms.N.Kirthika
1.
Dr. S. Jayanthy
2.
Mr. A. Arunraja
3.
Mr. E. Esakki
Vigneswaran
Assistant
Professor
Assistant
Professor
Assistant
Professor
Assistant
Professor
Assistant
Professor
M.E. - VLSI Design
-
H-Index – 2, Citations – 17,
CSNIP – 0.917, CSJR – 0.60
Assistant
H-Index – 2, Citations – 12,
20
Professor (Sr.Gr.)
CSNIP – 2.384, CSJR – 0.989
Assistant
H-Index – 2, Citations – 8, CSNIP
27
Professor
– 0.166, CSJR – 0.130
M.E. – Embedded System Technologies
H-Index – 2, Citations – 8,
Professor
18
CIF – 2.843, CSNIP – 0.917, CSJR
– 0.6
Assistant
CIF – 0.77, CSNIP – 0.166,
7
Professor
CSJR – 0.130
Assistant
CIF – 0.77, CSNIP – 0.834 ,
5
Professor
CSJR – 0.343
Professor
27
Books Published:
S.No.
1.
Name
Dr. M.Jagadeeswari
Designation
Professor
2.
Dr. M.Jagadeeswari
Professor
3.
Dr.S. Jayanthy
Professor
Book Name/
Publishers
ISBN No/
Chapter Name
Application of Evolutionary Algorithms
for Multi-objective Optimization in VLSI
and Embedded System/
Springer
978-81-322-1957-6/
Hardware/Software Partitioning for
embedded systems
Application of Evolutionary Algorithms
for Multi-objective Optimization in
VLSI and Embedded System/
Springer
978-81-322-1957-6/
Circuit partitioning for VLSI Layout
Application of Evolutionary Algorithms
for Multi-Objective Optimization in
VLSI and Embedded System/
Springer
978-81-322-1958-3/
Cross-Talk Delay Fault Test Generation
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4.
Dr.S. Jayanthy
Professor
Genetic Algorithms Theories and
Applications/
LAP
978-3848447084/
LAMBERT
Simulation Based ATPG for Crosstalk Academic
Delay Faults in VLSI Circuits using Publishing,
Genetic Algorithm
Germany
15. Details of patents and income generated
NIL
16. Areas of consultancy and income generated:
S.
No
Consultant &
Department
1.
Dr.N.Sathishkumar
Mrs.V.S.Sangeetha
Ms.V.Anupriya
2.
Mrs.G.M.Rajathi
Mr.B.Sathish Kumar
&
Mr.B.Nataraj
3.
Prof.K.Thinnappan
Mr.S.Lakshmi
Narayanan
4.
Prof.K.Thinnappan
Mrs.V.S.Sangeetha
Name &
Work
Address of the
Description
Company
2014-2015
Modulation
MaxEye
Accuracy
Technologies
Measurement
Private Limited,
s for DVB
Bangalore.
Signal
2013-2014
Establishmen
t of Call
Monitoring
System for
EPBAX
Automated
Illumination
Inspection
Pricol Pvt Ltd
System for
Automobile
Instrument
Cluster
2011-2012
Sri
Ramakrishna
Polytechnic
College
Pricol Medical
System Limited
Ventilator
Test Kit
Period
Revenue
Generated
(in Rs.)
05.09.15
To
27.04.15
Good will
24.06.13
To
22.01.14
1,60,575/-
01.01.14
To
31.03.14
Good will
01.03.10
To
15.05.10
1,20,000/-
17. Faculty recharging strategies.
The Department of ECE organizes the following activities under recharging
strategies:
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1.
2.
3.
4.
New Faculty – Orientation programme will be conducted
Guest lecturers for the benefit of students and staff
Department organizes workshops for faculty and students.
Department organizes faculty development programme for Faculty
members.
5. Department organizes Summer Winter School programme for faculty
members.
6. 10% of the fund received from AICTE, DST and other reputed organizations
are given to faculty.
7. Sponsoring faculties for higher studies.
8. Incentives for publishing technical papers.
9. Motivation for publishing text books.
10. Incentives for Ph.D. holding faculty.
11. Incentives for registering and attending international conferences.
12. Continuous support by the department for getting funds from external
organizations such as MODROB Scheme and RPS Scheme.
13. Funds from different funding agencies like DRDO, AICTE, IIPC are used for
conducting different programs.
14. MOU has been made with organization like MAX EYE, PRICOL
Technologies Ltd., TEXAS Instruments for student internship, In plant
training and consultancy projects.
15. Every faculty are bounded with the Medical insurance given by the
organization
18. Student projects
Year
Secti
on
Total
Proje
cts
Industry/Internship
Proje
cts
Proje
cts
Stren
gth
Percent
age
In-House/
Interdepartmental
Proje Stren Percent
cts
gth
age
B.E. Electronics and Communication Engineering
A
B
C
A
2013-2014
B
A
2012-2013
B
A
2011-2012
B
M.E. – VLSI Design
2011-2012
2012-2013
2013-2014
2014-2015
2014-2015
24
23
22
23
23
21
21
17
17
72
69
69
66
68
63
65
66
67
15
13
11
20
16
4
4
1
5
52
36
34
58
41
12
12
4
19
72.2%
52.2%
49.27%
87.9%
60.3%
19%
18.5%
6%
28.3%
9
10
11
3
7
17
17
16
12
20
33
35
8
27
51
53
62
48
27.8%
47.8%
50.7%
12.1%
39.7%
80.95%
81.5%
93.9%
71.6%
18
18
17
18
18
18
17
18
1
14
15
1
14
15
5.5%
82.3%
83.3%
18
17
3
3
18
17
3
3
100%
94.4%
17.6%
16.6%
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M.E. Embedded System Technologies
2014-2015
17
17
17
17
100%
-
-
-
List of companies offering industrial training/Internship
Level
Programme
UG
ECE
Industries/ Institutes
























PG
M.E.,VLSI
Design





Soliton Technologies- Coimbatore/Bangalore.
Siemens-Mahathma Gandhi Road, Chennai.
BHEL, Boilor Auxiliaries Plant, Indra Gandhi
Industrial Complex, Ranipet.
Roots Industries, India Ltd, RKG Industrial
Estate, Ganapathy, Coimbatore.
PUGOS Technologies, Coimbatore.
Rajiv Gandhi Memorial Telecom Training Centre,
Chennai.
Analog and Digital labs, Coimbatore.
ITC Pvt Limited – Hyderabad.
Bharath Heavy Electricals Limited- Trichirapalli.
Pricol Limited- Coimbatore.
Salzer Electronics – Coimbatore.
Vasantha Advanced Systems – Coimbatore.
HCL Systems- Chennai.
Technofist – Bangalore.
Elge Controls – Coimbatore.
Ammarun Foundaries - Coimbatore.
DMW Electronics – Coimbatore.
SPB Paper mill – Erode.
Roots Industries Pvt Ltd- Coimbatore.
Phyan Hwa Pvt Ltd.
Esab India Ltd- Chennai.
Ford India Pvt Ltd- Chennai.
Robert Bosch Engineering and Business
Solutions Limited, Bangalore.
ISRO, Flight Computers Division of Vikram
Sarabhai Space Centre, Thiruvananthapuram,
Kerala.
Salzer Electronics Ltd., Coimbatore.
Foundation for innovative and collaboration
Education (FICE), Bangalore.
Keltron Electro Ceramics Limited, Kerala.
HCL Carrier Development Centre, Chennai.
Nest Technologies, Cochin.
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PG
M.E.Embedded
System
Technologies








Steps knowledge services Pvt Ltd, Coimbatore.
Creators Tech , Perundurai.
Sigpro Technologies, Coimbatore.
―V Tec Engineering‖, Coimbatore.
Vishay precision transducers India Pvt.
Ltd,Chennai.
Caliber embedded technologies India Pvt Ltd,
Coimbatore.
Ostenix Solutions, Chennai.
Simgrosys Consulting Pvt Ltd, Coimbatore.
19. Awards / recognitions received at the national and international level by
o Faculty
REFER ANNEXURE I
o Doctoral / Post Doctoral Fellows NIL
o Students
S.No
1
Name of the
student
C.Balaji
Events
2
L.Kishore
Project Display
―Internet oriented
wireless robot‖
3
S.Saranya
9th Junior and senior
state Wushu
Best IE student award
Achievements
College and
place
Awarded
Institute
of
Engineers
India
Participation & Anna
Best innovation University of
award
Technology,
Tiruchirappalli
Gold medal
Jawaharlal
Nehru
Stadium,
Chennai.
20. Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops organized and the source of funding
(national /international) with details of outstanding participants, if any.
Funded Workshops
S.
No.
1.
2.
Organizing faculty
Dr.N.Sathish Kumar
Mr.Kasiselvanathan
Mr.D.Jeevanand
Mr.B.Anandha
Prabakaran
Dr.S.Jayanthy
Mr. A. Arunraja
Mr. E. Esakki
Vigneswaran
Name of the
event
Soft
computing
Techniques
for
Engineering
Reseach
Recent
Trends in
Embedded
Computing
Date
Sponsoring
Agency
Fund
received
Total no. of
Participant
s
08.06.15
To
21.06.15
AICTE, New Delhi
Rs 7,00,000
64
AICTE , New Delhi
Rs 6,99,000
62
11.05.15 &
24.05.15
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System
Design
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Dr.M.Jagadeeswari
Mr.B.Sathish Kumar
Dr.N.Sathish Kumar
Dr.M.Jagadeeswari
Dr.G.Mary Jansi
Rani
Dr.S.Jayanthy
Faculty
Development
Training
Programme
Two days
national level
Workshop on
Research
issues in
wireless
networks.
National
Conference
FDTP on EC
2301-Digital
Communicati
on
Dr.M.Jagadeeswari
Dr.N.Sathish Kumar
8.

18.06.14 &
24.06.14
Anna University,
Chennai
Rs.60,000
27.03.13
&
28.03.13
DRDO
Rs.50,000
19.04.13&
20.04.13
AICTE, New Delhi
Rs.85,000
10.06.13
To
16.06.13
Anna university
Chennai/Faculty
Development
Training Program
National
Conference
01.03.12
&
02.03.12
Board of research in
Nuclear Sciences
Faculty
Development
Training
Programme
04.07.11
&
10.07.11
Anna University,
Chennai
25
38
40
Rs. 80,000
25
Rs.30,000
80
25
Rs.50,000
Self Supporting Workshops/Seminars/Guest lecturers organized by the
department:
REFER ANNEXURE II
21. Student profile course-wise:
Name of the
Course
Academic
year
2011-2015
2010-2014
B.E
2009-2013
2008-2012
Applications
Received
65% of student
admitted
through single
window
system by
Anna
University
Chennai
.Another 35%
are admitted
through single
window
Selected
Male
Female
Pass percentage
Male
Female
128
88
66%
95%
72
69
69%
96%
70
63
83%
90%
78
55
87%
98%
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system
organized by
Consortium of
Engineering
College
M.E. - VLSI
Design
M.E.Embedded
System
Technologies
22.
2011-2013
2012-2014
2013-2015
As per Anna
University
norms
2013-2015
6
4
12
14
100%
100%
100%
100%
6
12
83.33%
100%
5
12
100
100
Diversity of Students
% of
students
from the
college
% of
students
from the
state
% of
students
from other
States
% of
students
from other
countries
-
100%
-
-
2013-2014
-
99%
1%
-
2012-2013
-
99%
1%
-
2011-2012
99%
1%
-
99%
1%
-
100%
-
-
100%
-
-
100%
-
-
100%
-
-
33.33%
-
Name of the
Course
2014-2015
BE
2010-2011
2014-2015
2013-2014
Lateral Entry
2012-2013
2011-2012
-
2010-2011
M.E., VLSI
Design
2011-2012
5.5%
100%
61.11%
2012-2013
-
66.67%
33.33%
-
2013-2014
-
94.45%
5.55%
-
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2014-2015
M.E.
Embedded 2013-2015
System
Technologies 2014-2016
5.55%
88.88%
5.55%
11.76%
88.23%
-
-
-
93.33%
6.67%
-
-
23. How many students have cleared Civil Services, Defense Services, NET,
SLET, GATE and any other competitive examinations?
S.No
Name of the Examination
No. of students who have passed the
examinations
2010 2011 - 2012 2013- 2014 2011
2012
2013
2014
2015
1. GATE
2. Others(TANCET,MAT,CAT)
6
15
4
6
8
3. GRE
2
3
1
4. TOEFL
2
4
-
24. Student progression :
Student progression
Percentage against enrolled
2013-2015 2012-2014
2011-2013
2010-2012
B.E-Electronics and Communication Engineering
UG to PG
19.80%
28.35%
8.52%
13.63%
PG to M.Phil.
PG to Ph.D.
Ph.D. to Post-Doctoral
Employed Campus selection
34.29%
32.83%
34.108%
54.54%
Other than campus recruitment
2.23%
3.87%
2.27%
Entrepreneurs
0.77%
M.E – VLSI Design
UG to PG
PG to M.Phil.
PG to Ph.D.
Ph.D. to Post-Doctoral
Employed:Campus selection
5.5%
5.5%
Other than campus recruitment
22.22%
38.8%
33.33%
61.11%
Entrepreneurs
5.5%
M.E - Embedded System Technologies
UG to PG
PG to M.Phil.
PG to Ph.D.
Ph.D. to Post-Doctoral
Employed: Campus selection
22.22%
Other than campus recruitment
11.11%
Entrepreneurs
5.5%
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25. Diversity of staff
Percentage
of
faculty
who
are
graduates
Percentage of
From other
faculty who are
universities
graduated of the
within the state
same parent
university
BE-Electronics and Communication Engineering
2014-2015
94.87%
2.5%
2013-2014
94.1%
2.7%
2012-2013
100%
2011-2012
100%
M.E.-VLSI Design
2014-2015
67%
33%
2013-2014
67%
33%
2012-2013
67%
33%
2011-2012
67%
33%
M.E.-Embedded System Technologies
2013-2014
67%
33%
2014-2015
67%
33%
From other
universities
from other
states
2.5%
2.7%
-
26. Number of faculty who were awarded Ph.D., D.Sc. and D.Litt. during the
assessment period.
S.NO
Academic year
Number of faculty awarded
Number of Faculty
PhD
submitted Thesis
1
2011-12
2
2
2012-13
3
2013-14
1
4
2014-15
2
2
27. Present details about infrastructural facilities
The department library is available for the benefit of
students and faculty with total number of 1971 volume
a) Library
of books. It also has Project Reports of all the students
and Question bank for all subjects.
All the staff rooms have individual computer with
internet facility with a speed of
100Mbps. The
b) Internet facility for
department has 211 Numbers of computers with internet
the staff and the student
facility in seven different laboratories for the benefit of
staff and students.
No of class Rooms
Area
c) Total number of class
rooms
09
94.75 Sq.m.
d) Class rooms with ICT All the 09 classrooms are equipped with PC, LCD
facilities
projector, OHP
Name of Laboratory
Area
1. Electric Circuits Lab
163.5 Sq.m
e) Student laboratories
2. Electron Devices Lab
163.5 Sq.m
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3.
4.
5.
6.
f) Research laboratories
Digital Electronics Lab
Data Structures Lab
Linear Integrated Circuits Lab
Electronic circuits and
Simulation Laboratory
7. Digital Signal Processing Lab
8. Microprocessor & Interfacing
Lab
9. Microwave Communication
Lab
10. VLSI Lab
163.5 Sq.m
70.3 Sq.m
163.5 Sq.m
163.5 Sq.m
11. Analog and Digital
Communication lab
12. Micro controller and
Embedded Lab
13. Project Lab
14. VLSI Design Laboratory
15. Embedded System Design Lab
16. Research Laboratory
17. TI Embedded system Lab
195.5 Sq.m
70.3 Sq.m
195.5 Sq.m
195.5 Sq.m
69 Sq.m
195.5 Sq.m
69 Sq.m
81.74 Sq.m
81.74 Sq.m
81.74 Sq.m
69 Sq.m
The details about the laboratories which are utilized for
research purpose both by the student and faculty are
given below:
 Signal Processing laboratory
 Communication laboratory
 TI Embedded system laboratory
 VLSI Research laboratory
 Embedded Intel intelligent System laboratory
28. Number of students of the department getting financial assistance from
College.
ACADEMIC YEAR
S.NO
SCHOLARSHIP
201020112012201320142011
2012
2013
2014
2015
1.
Adi-Dravidar and Tribal
20
27
89
57
76
Welfare Scholarship
2.
3.
Backward Classes and
Minorities
welfare
Scholarship
National Foundation for
Teachers
welfare
Scholarship
3
88
181
-
143
2
-
-
-
-
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4.
Special/Loan Scholarship
Scheme for SC/ST
Chief Ministers Merit Cum
Mean De-Centralised AdiDravidar Scholarship
SC/ST Course Fee Arrear
5.
6.
3
1
1
3
-
-
1
2
-
1
-
27
-
-
-
29. Was any need assessment exercise undertaken before the development of
new program(s)? If so, give the methodology.
YES
 Based on the demand of the Program
 Considering Suggestions given by the stake holders
 Discussion with the management, Director, Principal, Dean & HODs
 Benchmarking the syllabus with other colleges/universities
 Discussions during the Board of Studies meeting.
 Getting feedback from alumni who are working in industries
 Discussions with industry experts to make the course more relevant.
 Feedback from the students about the existing course and the need for the
development of new programmes were of immense help and guidance for
the department
30. Does the department obtain feedback from
a. Faculty on curriculum as well as teaching-learning-evaluation? If yes,
how does the department utilize it?
YES
The curriculum and the course content are designed and framed in
discussion with the members of the Board of studies and same will be passed
in the Board of studies meeting(BOS).Timely feedback from students and staff
is obtained during class committee meeting convened every month. A total of
three meetings minimum per semester is organized. At the end of each
semester feedback is collected from faculty members about the course content,
Teaching learning process and course delivery methods. This helps the
Department to improve the curriculum and teaching learning evaluation
b.
Students on staff, curriculum as well as teaching-learning-evaluation
and what is the response of the department to the same?
Feedback on the faculty handling the courses is obtained from the
students concerned at the end of every semester. The teachers are evaluated
against attributes related to teaching-learning process. Average score is
converted in terms of percentage and is communicated to the teacher
concerned. In case of lower scores, the faculty concerned is asked for
explanation and suitable action is taken to make the teaching-learning
process effective. The feedback is scaled to 5 marks.Any faculty whose rating is
less than 3.5, that particular faculty is counseled by higher authorities for
improvement. Apart from this a faculty will have to submit the self appraisal in
every six months.
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c. Alumni and employers on the programmes and what is the response of
the department to the same?
Employer‘s feedback from employers are collected regularly about the
placed students during their training programme. It serves as a tool to
identify skill needs and skill gaps at workplace. The valuable suggestions
given are put forth in BOS and discussed. Essential points are incorporated.
Based on the employers feedback, students are being trained in the fourth
coming years.
Our college has Alumni association head quarters at parent institution,
Chennai chapter and Bangalore chapter. Alumni meet is conducted every
year which also includes pioneer alumni. Valuable suggestions and feedback
are being collected using alumni survey form and they are being used for
future improvement. Alumni often visit our campus for interaction with the
students.
d. Exit survey and Graduation survey from the students and what is the
response for the same?
Exit survey is being collected from every student after the completion
of the final year and Graduation survey is being collected from the students
during the time of graduation which will help the organization in grooming
the students as per the industrial requirements.
e. Course end survey from the students and faculty for the continuous
improvement?
Course end survey has been collected from the students and staff at the
end of each and every semester. This is very much useful for continuous
improvement and also for the syllabus revision. Course end surveys from
students are helpful for the course instructor‘s improvement. It is also
helpful in finding the difficult part of the course that can be concentrated
more in future.
31. List the distinguished Alumni of the Department
S.No Name
Branch/
Designation
Batch
1
Mr.Sadhasivam.N
ECE
1999
2
Mr.Rajaganapathi.R
ECE
2000
3
Mr.Sudhakaran
Subramanian
ECE
2000
4
Mr.T.M.Ishaq
Mohammed Abbas
ECE
2006
Software
Engineer,Cisco
Systems, Bengaluru
Senior
Program
Manager,Mercedes,
Bengaluru
Functional
Proj.Manager,
Intelmobile
Communication,
Bengaluru
CEO & Co-Founder,
Talenttar, Chennai
Contact
No.
Mail id
9538366987
[email protected]
9008077966
[email protected]
9845412112
[email protected]
gmail.com
9894562840
[email protected]
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5
Mr.E.Sridhar
ECE
2003
6
Mr.Shyam Jude.J
ECE
2008
7
Mr.Muralidharan
Palanisamy
ECE
2000
8
Mr.P.Sathish Kumar
ECE
1999
9
Mr.D.Vijaisrinivas
ECE
2004
10
Mr.Siva
Subramaniyem.R
ECE
2006
11
Ms.R.Swathi
M.E.V.L.S.I
Design
2013
Deputy Commissioner
Income
Tax,Coimbatore
A & D Labs,
CEO and Founder,
Coimbatore
Bank Of America,
Senior Vice President,
USA.
Head-Tech Services,
Real Image, Chennai.
9445955095
[email protected]
gmail.com
9843086421
[email protected]
+1 347 726
1316
[email protected]
9840082235
[email protected]
com
Founder, V Tec
Engineering,
Karamadai,
Cioimbatore
Product Development
Head & Co-Founder at
Coitor IT Tech,
Coimbatore
Trainee Engineer R&D
at Salzer Electronics,
Coimbatore
+914224370707
[email protected]
9994722006
[email protected]
ymail.com
9788908646
[email protected]
gmail.com
32. Give details of student enrichment programmes (special lectures / workshops
/ seminar) with external experts.
REFER ANNEXURE III
33. List the teaching methods adopted by the faculty for different programmes.
Category
Methods Adopted
Teaching Aids
Theory
 Black Board
 White-board
 Power Point Presentations
 OHP
 Multimedia presentation
 Study material videos like NPTEL
Teaching Methods
 Correlating concepts taught in the class
with laboratory experiments
 Assignments with emphasis on thinking
and innovation skills
 Tutorials for the problem oriented
subjects
 Seminar Presentation for students
 Discussions
based
on
previous
Examination question papers
 Industry based projects
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Laboratory
 Motivating mini projects
 Arranging guest lectures
 Hands on Demonstration/ workshops
through Association / IETE / IEEE
 Questions on previously taught topics
 Suitable materials from web
 EDUSAT
 Demonstration of experiments
using simulation software‘s wherever
applicable
 Mini project
34. How does the department ensure that programme objectives are constantly
met and learning outcomes monitored?
The department follows the Outcome Based Education (OBE) for
achieving program objectives. The department has a set of program outcomes
according to program specific criteria(IEEE) and for each course the department has
formed three learning outcomes which are evaluated by the various direct methods
(test, assignment, tutorial, seminar, and quiz) and indirect methods (survey). From
the evaluation report the department ensures to meet the program objectives and
monitor the learning outcomes. Course assessment is carried out at the end of the
semester & based on the outcome, remedial measures are taken.
35. Highlight the participation of students and faculty in extension activities.
Students
The ECE department has a student technical association called ASELCOME.
The associations are conducting students‘ symposia, Invited Lectures, Paper
Presentations, Technical Quiz Competitions, Group Discussions and project
presentation etc. The students of ECE department are also members of professional
socities like IEEE,ISTE and IETE. The activities with these associations groom the
overall personality and organizing skills of the students.
NSS
The NSS team visits nearby villages and conducts camps to promote hygienic
aspects and also to undertake social service activities to create awareness among
people. This also improves friendship among students, team work and leadership
quality.
In-plant Training Undertaken by Students:
Students undergo in-plant training in various industries during their semester
vacation holidays. This provides an industrial exposure to the students and
facilitates them to develop their career in the high tech industrial requirements.
Faculty
1. Reviewer for Journals, International conferences and National conferences
2. Advisory committee and Technical Board members in different forums
3. Technical chairpersons in International / National Conferences
4. Guide for UG & PG projects
5. Supervisor for research scholars
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6. Board of studies and Academic council members for various universities,
Autonomous institutes etc.,
7. Doctoral committee members for monitoring research scholars research
work
36.
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
Give details of “beyond syllabus scholarly activities” of the department.
Value added courses
Participation in Professional societies like, IEEE, ISTE, IETE etc.,
Delivery of special lectures in various forums.
Students are motivated to participate in design contests
Motivated to do internships at industries within and outside the state
Industry training for a period of 1 month at the end of first year
Motivating the students to publish papers in National/International
Conferences and peer reviewed National/International journals.
o Motivating and helping the students in preparing for recruitments tests.
o Students are encouraged to do the mini projects in addition to the syllabus.
o Content beyond syllabus in each course & laboratoty.
37. State whether the programme / department is accredited/ graded by other
agencies. Give details.
 Accredited by NBA in the years 2004, 2007 and 2011
 ISO Certification Obtained in the year 2012 and renewed in the year 2014
 Approved as Research Center by ANNA University Chennai
38. Detail any five Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Challenges
(SWOC) of the department
Strengths:
1. Well qualified, committed and experienced Faculty members.
2. Excellent infrastructure with well-equipped and sufficient laboratories and
library facility and Smart classrooms are available for the usage of
Animations/NPTEL Videos/Demos.
3. Department is Recognized as Research center by Anna University,
Chennai.
4. Placement of the students in Core Company and Product Company.
5. Good numbers of technical interactions like Guest Lectures, Workshops,
Competitions & symposiums are conducted by the Department
Association body(ASELCOME), Robotics Club, mini project exhibition,
National societies IEEE, IETE & ISTE for the benefit of faculty and
students to horn their skills.
6. Coaching Classes are carried out to prepare the students for
Placements/GATE/GRE
/BEC
(Business
English
Certificate)
Examination.
Weaknesses:
1. Industry institute interaction needs to be strengthened further.
2. Utilization of research laboratories may to be improved
3. Number of faculty members doing research work has to be increased.
4. Lack of recognized funded research and patents.
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5. Number of MoU with companies may be increased.
Challenges of the Department
1. To promote study-abroad and student exchange programme for higher
semester students.
2. Patenting the innovative research work carried out in the department.
3. To encourage the students to become entrepreneurs.
Opportunities of the Department
1. As students are from varying background, communication skill needs to be
improved.
2. Provide better opportunities for our faculty and students to engage in
professional consultancy services to the industries and government sectors.
39. Future plans of the Department.
Education plans for the next five years:
1. Organizing International level conference.
2. Improve the placements opportunities in core companies.
3. To promote study-abroad and student exchange programme for higher
semester students.
4. To establish industry / academic interactions or collaborations with
regional / national / international bodies.
5. To encourage the students to become entrepreneurs.
6. To implement choice based credit system (CBCS).
Research plans for the next five years:
1. Strengthening of linkages with DST, AICTE, IGCAR, CSIR, BRNS, UGC
etc. for contributing towards the productive socio-economic growth of our
nation.
2. To have research tie-ups with internationally reputed institutions.
3. To ensure that every faculty member is a doctoral and post doctoral
fellow.
4. Patenting the innovative research work carried out in the department.
5. To increase the number of industry consultancy projects.
6. Planning to have tie-up with industries for better employability for
students
7. To get project funding from national and international funding agencies.
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ANNEXURE I
Awards / recognitions received at the national and international level by Faculty
Academic Year: 2011 -2012
S.
No.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Name of the Staff
with Designation
Title of the Guest
Lecture/ Journal /
Conference
Dr.K.R.Shankar
Kumar
Professor
Technical
Chairperson for
NCCTIRD 2012
Mrs.S.Jayanthy
Associate Professor
Guest lecture on
―Recent trends in
VLSI Designs‖
Mr.N.Sathish Kumar
Assistant Professor
Mrs.G.M.Rajathi
Assistant Professor
5.
Mrs.K.Vidhya,
Assistant Professor
6.
Mr.B.Sathish Kumar
Assistant Professor
7.
Mr.S.P.Vimal
Assistant Professor
8.
Mrs.V.S.Sangeetha
Assistant Professor
Guest lecture on
―Wireless
Network
Operation –
Mobility
Management –
Radio Resources
and Power
Management.
Guest lecture on
―Noise Filtering
Techniques in
Digital Image
Processing
Guest lecture on
―Fundamentals of
Wireless
Communication
Technology‖
Guest Lecture on
―Digital
Communication
Techniques and its
Spectral
Characteristics‖
Guest Lecture on
―Application of
Transforms in
Signal Processing‖
Guest Lecture
on‖GSM and
CDMA
Technology – IS –
95 and IMT – 2000
Duration
Period
2 Days
16.07.12
To
17.02.13
1 Day
2 Days
1 Day
1 Day
1 Day
1 Day
1 Day
21.02.12
05.07.11
&
06.07.11
23.03.12
04.7.11
24.2.12
04.03.12
09.07.11
Sri Ramakrishna Engineering College – NAAC – SSR (Self Study Report)
Details of the
Organizers/
Publishers
Sri Krishna College of
Engineering and
Technology,
Coimbatore.
P.A.College of
Engineering and
Technology,
Coimbatore.
Sri Ramakrishna
Engineering College,
Coimbatore.
P.A.College of
Engineering and
Technology,
Coimbatore.
Sri Ramakrishna
Engineering College,
Coimbatore.
Anna University of
Technology,
Coimbatore
Anna University of
Technology,
Coimbatore
Sri Ramakrishna
Engineering College,
Coimbatore.
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Standards.
M.E VLSI DESIGN
1.
Dr.M.Jagadeeswari,
Professor
2.
Dr.M.Jagadeeswari,
Professor
3.
Dr.M.Jagadeeswari,
Professor
4.
Dr.M.Jagadeeswari,
Professor
5.
Dr.M.Jagadeeswari,
Professor
6.
Dr.M.Jagadeeswari,
Professor
7.
Dr.M.Jagadeeswari,
Professor
8.
Dr.M.Jagadeeswari,
Professor
9.
Mr.C.S.Manikanda
babu, Assistant
Professor(Sl. Gr.)
Reviewer for Fifth
National
Conference on
―Signals Systems
and Securities
Key note address
on ― CMOS VLSI
Design‖ at
National Level
Workshop on ―
VLSI Design
using EDA Tools‖
Chair Person for
National
Conference on
Innovations in
Signal Processing,
Embedded
Systems &
Communication
Technology
Chair Person for
3rd National
Conference on
Communication,
Information and
Telematics
Guest lecture at
FDP on ―
Electromagnetics:
Chair Person for
National
Conference on
―Emerging Trends
in Instrumentation
Systems
Expert member
for Project reviews
Doctoral
Committee
members for the
research scholars
Judge, National
Conference on
‗Electro–
Communiqué –
ELUDO‘11‘
2012
-
Bannari Amman
Institute of
Technology,
Sathyamangalam
1 Day
24.02.2012
Angel College of
Engineering and
Technology, Tiruppur.
1 Day
22.03.2012
Kumaraguru College
of Technology,
Coimbatore
2 Days
03.03.2011 to
04.03.2011
Kumaraguru College
of Technology,
Coimbatore
1 Day
25.05.2011
Kumaraguru College
of Technology,
Coimbatore
1 Day
12.03.2011
SREC, Coimbatore
1Day
30.04.2012
Amirta School of
Engineering,
Coimbatore
-
-
GCT, BIT, info Institute
1 Day
11.03.2011
Ranganathan
Engineering College,
Coimbatore.
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Academic Year: 2012 -2013
S.
No
1.
2
3.
Name of the staff
with designation
Dr.N.R.Alamelu
Principal/Prof
Dr. S. Jayanthy,
Professor
Dr.N.Sathish Kumar
Professor
Dr.N.Sathish Kumar
Professor
4.
5.
Title of the guest
lecturer/journal/
Conference
Vice Chair for the year
2012 in IEEE Madras
Section
Talk in the AIR on the
topic ―SANDROR
SINDHANAI‖
Chairperson for DRDO
Sponsored National
Conference on
Communication
Technology Interventions
for Rural & Social
Developments.
Chairperson for National
Conference VLSI,
Communication &
Wireless Technologies
Chief guest for ECE
association Valedictory
function and guest
lecture on‖Applications
of Electronics in
Medicine―CHROMINZ
13‖
Details of the
organizers
/publishers
Duration
Period
-
-
1 Day
15.03.13
All India Radio,
Coimbatore
2 Days
15.02.2013
to
16.02.2013
Sri Krishna
college of
Engineering and
Technology,
Coimbatore.
2 Days
06.05.2013
to
07.05.213
PSG College of
Technology,
Coimbatore.
1 Day
14.03.13
IEEE Madras
Section
Ranganathan
Engineering
College,
Coimbatore.
Department of
EIE,
Sri Ramakrishna
Engineering
College,
Coimbatore.
Department of
ECE,
Government
College of
Technology,
Coimbatore.
Chairperson for the
National Conference on
―Emerging trends in
Instrumentation
Systems‖
1 Day
20.04.13
Chairperson for the
National Conference on
―Advanced Computing
and communication
Systems‖
1 Day
26.04.13
Keynote Speech and
Session Chair for 5th
national Conference on
Signal Processsing,
Communications & VLSI
Design.
2 Days
10.05.13
to
11.05.13
Anna University
Regional center,
Coimbatore.
22.08.12
Velammal
Engineering
College,
Chennai.
11.05.13
Anna University
Regional center,
Coimbatore.
Mr.S.P.Vimal
Assistant Professor
Guest Lecture on ―Recent
trends in Digital Signal
Processing‖
Mrs.S.Aruljothi
Assistant Professor
Speech on VLSI Design
for 5th national
Conference on Signal
Processing,
1 Day
2 Days
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Communications &VLSI
Design.
Academic Year: 2013 -2014
S.no
Name of the staff with
designation
Title of the guest
lecturer/journal/
Conference
IEEE Region 10
Meet /Chair
Person
1.
2.
Dr.N.R.Alamelu
Principal/Professor
Prof..K.Thinnappan
Prof/Head
Prof..K.Thinnappan
Prof/Head
Dr.N.Sathish Kumar
Professor
3.
Academic Council
Member
Delivered a talk
on the topic FDP
in the sixth
meeting OF
Computer Society
of India
Chief Guest Technical
Association
―Principle of
TQM‖
Judge – IEEE
Student Branch
project Fest and
poster
presentation 2014
Guest Lecturer in
the AICTE
Sponsored
Faculty
Development
Program on
―Recent Trends in
Design of
Antennas for
Millimeter
Waves‖
Lecture on
―Application of
Microwave
Engineering‖ in
CSIR Sponsored
two day
workshop on
recent Advances
Duratio
n
Period
Details of the
organizers
/publishers
2 Days
01.03.14 To
02.03.14
IEEE Asia – Pacific
Limited,
Malaysia
-
1 Day
1 Day
1 Day
1 Day
1 Day
-
-
07.02.14
08.02.14
Anna university,
Chennai
Computer Society
of India,
Coimbatore
Chapter.
Department of
Automobile
Engineering,
SRPTC,
Coimbatore - 22
IEEE Student
Branch
Sri Ramakrishna
Engineering
College
Coimbatore - 22
12.06.13
Department of
ECE,
Sri Krishna College
of Engineering and
Technology,
Coimbatore – 641
008
24.8.13
P.A. College of
Engineering and
Technology.
Coimbatore – 642
002
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in Microwave
Engineering and
its Application
Jury for the
Technical
Symposium and
delivering
Keynote address
4.
Mrs.G.M.Rajathi
Associate professor
2 Days
External Expert
for the university
Question Paper
passing Board
1 Day
External Expert
for the university
Question Paper
passing Board
1 Day
Handle a session
in the Anna
University
Sponsored
Faculty
Development
Training
Programme for
the subject
Cellular and
Mobile
Communication
Special lecture on
the topic
―Representation
,Spectral
Characteristics
and Error
Performance of
Coherent and
Non Coherent
modulation
Techniques FSK‖
in the Anna
University
Sponsored FDTP.
Special lecture on
the topic
―Correlator ,
Matched filter ,
equalizing filter‖
in the Anna
University
Sponsored FDTP.
1 Day
1 Day
1 Day
06.09.13 to
07.09.13
26.10.13
28.10.13
10.12.13
16.6.13
12.6.13
Sri Ramakrishna Engineering College – NAAC – SSR (Self Study Report)
M.Kumaraswamy
College of
Engineering.
Karur – 639 113
K.S.R College of
Engineering,
Tiruchengode – 637
215
Department of ECE
Karunya University
Coimbatore -14
Tamilnadu College
of Engineering.
Coimbatore - 59
Department of
ECE,
Sri Ramakrishna
Engineering
College,
Coimbatore – 641
022
Department of
ECE,
Sri Ramakrishna
Engineering
College,
Coimbatore – 641
022
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5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Mr.B.Sathish Kumar
AP (Sl Grade)
Mrs.K.Vidhya
AP (Sl Grade)/ECE
Mr.S.P.Vimal
AP /ECE
S.Aruljothi,
AP/ECE(Sr.G)
Mrs.G.Dhanalakshmi,
AP/ECE(O.G)
Special lecture on
the topic
―Introduction to
Analog and
Digital
Communication,
Channel
Classification,
Performance
Measurement‖ in
the Anna
University
Sponsored FDTP.
Special lecture on
the topic
―Representation ,
Spectral
characteristics and
error performance
of coherent and
non coherent
modulation
techniques QAM‖
in the Anna
University
Sponsored FDTP.
Chair Person for a
National Level
Conference on
―Electronics,
Information and
Communication
Systems‖
1 Day
1 Day
1 Day
Member of Board
of Studies for the
autonomous
Institution
1 Day
Chair Person for a
National Level
Conference on
―Electronics,
Information and
Communication
Systems‖
1 Day
Lecture on
―Embedded
Systems‖
1 Day
10.6.2013
14.6.13
07.03.14
06.09.13
07.03.14
04.02.14
Sri Ramakrishna Engineering College – NAAC – SSR (Self Study Report)
Department of
ECE,
Sri Ramakrishna
Engineering
College,
Coimbatore – 641
022
Department of
ECE,
Sri Ramakrishna
Engineering
College,
Coimbatore – 641
022
Department of
ECE,
Coimbatore
Institute of
Engineering and
Technology,
Coimbatore - 641
109
Department of
ECE,
Vivekananda
College of
engineering for
women,
Thiruchengode –
637 205
Department of
ECE,
Coimbatore
Institute of
Engineering and
Technology,
Coimbatore - 641
109
Department of
Instrumentation
and Control
Engineering,
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Sri Ramakrishna
Polytechnic
College,
Coimbatore – 641
022.
M.E VLSI DESIGN
1.
Mr.C.S.Manikanda
babu, Assistant
Professor(Sl. Gr.)
Chair Person,
National
Conference on
‗Emerging Trends
in
Instrumentation
Systems
2.
Mr.C.S.Manikanda
babu,
Assistant Professor(Sl.
Gr.)
How to Present a
Seminar
3.
Dr.M.Jagadeeswari,
Professor
4.
Dr.M.Jagadeeswari,
Professor
5.
Dr.M.Jagadeeswari,
Professor
Key note address
at FDP on ― Coordinate systems
and laws of
Electric fields‖
Key note address
at FDP on
Basics of
Electromagnetics
Reviewer for
Journal of
Engineering
Science and
Technology
1 Day
1 Day
1 Day
1 Day
Since
2013
07.03.2014
Sri Ramakrishna
Engineering
College,
Coimbatore.
04.02.20114
Sri Ramakrishna
Engineering
College,
Coimbatore.
09.12.2013
Sri Krishna College
of Engineering and
Technology,
Coimbatore.
10.06.2013
Sri Krishna College
of Engineering and
Technology,
Coimbatore.
-
School of
Engineering
Taylor‘s University,
Malaysia
M.E EMBEDDED SYSTEM TECHNOLOGIES
1.
Dr. S. Jayanthy,
Professor
2.
Dr. S. Jayanthy,
Professor
3.
Dr. S. Jayanthy,
Professor
Judge for Science
Talent Exhibition
Chair Person –
AICTE Sponsored
National
Conference on
Research
Challenges in
Wireless
Communication
Systems & VLSI
Design
Guest Lecture –
Faculty
Development
Programme on
―Verification and
2 days
11.10.2013
to
12.10.2013
Dr. R.V. Arts &
Science College,
Coimbatore.
15.03.2014
PSG College of
Technology,
Coimbatore.
18.11.2013
PSG College of
Technology,
Coimbatore.
1
1
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Testing of VLSI
Circuits‖.
Academic Year: 2014 -2015
S.
No
Name of the staff with
designation
Title of the guest
lecturer/journal/
Conference
Special Invitee for
YANTRA – 2014
1.
Dr.N.R.Alamelu,
Professor & Principal
Duration
Period
1 Day
25.7.2014
Details of the
organizers
/publishers
Sri Ramakrishna
polytechnic college
Sri Sowdeswari
Vidyalaya Matric
Higher Sec School,
Coimbatore.
IEEE Student Branch,
SVS College of
Engineering,
Coimbatore - 09
IEEE Student Branch,
Shri Venkateshwara Hi
– Tech Engineering
College,
Gobi - 55
Vel Tech Dr.Sagunthala
R & D Institute of
Science and
Technology.
Special invitee for the
Independence day
celebration
1 Day
15.8.2014
Chief Guest for the
inauguration of IEEE
student Branch
1 Day
26.8.2014
Chief Guest for the
inauguration of IEEE
student Branch
1 Day
12.9.2014
Chief guest for
inauguration of IEES
Student branch
1 Day
19.9.2014
Attended 19th
Academic Council
Meeting
1 Day
3.12.2014
Anna University,
Chennai
Chief guest &
Technical Advisory
Committee of the 2nd
IEEE national
Conference on
emerging trends in
new and renewable
energy sources &
energy
management(NCET
NRES EM) - 2014
1 Day
17.12.2014
Dept of EEE,
Aarupadai Veedu
Institute of Technology.
International Program
Committee member
for ICCNT “14
2 Day
18.12.14
&19.12.14
Chief guest for the
International
Conference ICACCS
2015
1 Day
6.1.2015
Sri Ramakrishna Engineering College – NAAC – SSR (Self Study Report)
Dept of ECE,
MEPCO Schlenk
Engineering
College,Virudhunagar
Department of CSE Sri
Eshwar College of
Engineering,
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Chief Guest for the
inauguration of IEEE
student Branch
Dr.N. Sathish Kumar
Professor
23.2.2015
Karpagam Institute of
Technology,
Coimbatore
Chief Guest for
AVALANCHE‟ 2015
Department
Valedictory
1 Day
25.2.2015
Participated in IEEE
R10th Meet
2 Days
7.3.2015
&8.3.2015
1 Day
20.3.2015
Rathinam Technical
Campus
2 Days
23.3.15 &
24.3.15
Dept of ECE,
Kumaraguru College of
Technology
Coimbatore.
Session speaker –
EPICS in IEEE
workshop program
2 Days
20.4.15 &
21.4.15
Kumaraguru College of
Technology
Coimbatore.
Chief guest
second National
Conference on
Innovative &
Emerging Trends in
Engineering and
Technology
1 Day
14.5.2015
ECE Department
Panimalar Institute of
Technology.
Judge on a National
level Technical
Symposium
SANGRAHA 2K5
1 Day
18.8.14
Sri Ramakrishna
Engineering College,
Coimbatore - 22
Guest lecture on
―Fundamental of
Wireless
Communication‖
1 Day
13.08.14
Sri Sakthi
Engineering College,
Coimbatore - 04
Guest lecture on
―Accrediation
Awareness
Program‖
1 Day
11.09.14
Sri Ramakrishna
Polytechnic College,
Coimbatore - 22
15.12.14
Mahendra College of
Engineering,
Salem
Special guest for
IEEE International
Conference on
Engineering and
Technology
(ICETECH) on 20th M
arch 2015
Special Invitee for the
BOS of the UG & PG
Programmes in dept of
ECE.
2.
1 Day
Resource Person for
Anna University
approved Faculty
Development
training programme
on ―EC6403 –
1 Day
Sri Ramakrishna Engineering College – NAAC – SSR (Self Study Report)
Sri Ramakrishna
College of Arts &
Science for Women
Coimbatore.
Project / Admin
Executive
IEEE Asia-Pacific
Limited
Hotel Sarina, Dhaka,
Bangladesh
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Electro Magnetic
Fields.‖
Chief Guest &
Resource Person for
Anna University
Sponsored Faculty
Development
training programme
on ―EE6403 –
Discrete Time
Systems and Signal
Processing.‖
Chaired a session
on ―National
Conference on
Research Issues in
Signal / image
processing &
Communication‖
Resource Person for
Anna University
Sponsored Faculty
Development
training programme
on ―Microprocessor
and
Microcontroller‖
Resource Person for
Anna University
Sponsored Faculty
Development
training programme
on ―EC26702–
Optical
Communication and
Networks‖
3.
4.
Mr.B.Natraj
Asso. Professor
Mrs.K.Vidhya
AP (Sl Grade)/ECE
1 Day
18.12.14
Vivekanandha
Institute of
Engineering and
Technology for
Women,
Tiruchengode.
1 Day
21.02.15
Shree Sakthi
Engineering College,
Karamadai
1 Day
21.05.15
AVS College of
Technology,
Salem
3 Days
25.5.15 to
27.5.15
Sri Ramakrishna
Engineering College,
Coimbatore - 22
Guest lecture on
―RF Transmission
Lines‖
1 Day
13.8.2014
Sri Sakthi
Engineering College,
Coimbatore - 04
Guest Lecture on
the topic ―Micro
Sensors‖.
1 Day
24.1.2015
Sri Ramakrishna
Polytechnic College,
Coimbatore.
Resource Person for
Anna University
Sponsored Faculty
Development
training programme
on ―EC2305–
Transimission Lines
1 Day
23.6.14
Sri Ramakrishna
Engineering College,
Coimbatore - 22
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and Waveguide.‖
5.
6.
7.
8.
Dr.S.P.Vimal
Assistant Professor
Mr.S.Lakshminarayan,
Assistant Professor
Resource Person for
Anna University
Sponsored Faculty
Development
training programme
on ―EC26702–
Optical
Communication and
Networks‖
Deliver a seminar
on the topic in
FDP―Research areas
in Digital
Communication‖
Chaired a session
on ―National
Conference on
Research Issues in
Signal / image
processing &
Communication‖
Deliver a seminar
on the topic in
FDP―Research areas
in Digital
Communication‖
1 Day
1 Day
1 Day
1 Day
Mrs.J.Sujitha,
Assistant Professor
Judge for the Paper
Presentation in the
Technical
Symposium
―LAKSHYA 2K14‖
1 Day
Ms.K.Deepika
Assistant Professor
Guest lecture on the
topic ―Recent
applications of
Microcontroller.‖
1 Day
28.5.15
17.6.14
21.2.15
17.6.14
3.8.14
18.3.15
Sri Ramakrishna
Engineering College,
Coimbatore - 22
Dept of ECE,
Karpagam University
Coimbatore
Shree Sakthi
Engineering College,
Karamadai
Dept of ECE,
Karpagam University
Coimbatore
KGISL Institute of
Technology,
Coimbatore - 35
SNS College of
Engineering,
Coimbatore -
M.E VLSI DESIGN
1.
2.
Dr.M.Jagadeeswari,
Professor
Jury Coordination
committee member
for AYIEHUM‘15
-
-
IEEE Asia Pacific
Mr.C.S.Manikandababu.
Assistant Professor(Sl.
Gr.)
Resource Person,
Anna UniversityFaculty
Development
Training
Programme
7days
25.5.15 to
31.05.2015
Sri Ramakrishna
Engineering College,
Coimbatore.
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3.
Dr.M.Jagadeeswari,
Professor
Keynote address at
FDP on ― Guided
Wavea between
parallel planes‖
4.
Dr.M.Jagadeeswari,
Professor
Chair Person
5.
Dr.M.Jagadeeswari,
Professor
6.
Mr.C.S.Manikandababu.
Assistant Professor(Sl.
Gr.)
Reviewer and Chair
Person International
Conference on
Embedded Systems
Judge, National
Level Technical
Symposium
‗SANGRAHA 2K15‘
Sri
Ramakrishna
Engineering
College,
Coimbatore.
Sri Ranganathar
Institute of
Engineering and
Technology,
Coimbatore
1 Day
1 Day
17.03.2014
1 Day
05.07.2014
Amirta Vishwa
Vidyapeetham,
Coimbatore
19.08.2014
Sri Ramakrishna
Engineering College,
Coimbatore.
21.06.2014
1 Day
M.E EMBEDDED SYSTEM TECHNOLOGIES
1.
Dr. S. Jayanthy, Professor
2.
Dr. S. Jayanthy, Professor
3.
Dr. S. Jayanthy, Professor
4.
Dr. S. Jayanthy, Professor
IEEE
communication
society madras
chapter one day
seminar on
Embedded Systems
Resource Person TEQIP-II Sponsored
One Week Faculty
Development
Programme on
Embedded and
Real-Time Software
& Systems
Chairperson - 3rd
International
Conference on
Innovative Research
in Engineering and
Technology(iCRET
2015)
Review Committee
Member – AMSE
Journal, Spain.
1
26.9.2014
16.10.2014
1
12.03.2015
1
-
2014
onwards
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Sri Ramakrishna
Engineering college
Coimbatore
PSG College of
Technology,
Coimbatore.
Park College of
Engineering and
Technology,
Coimbatore.
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ANNEXURE II
Self supporting workshops:
S.No
Academic
Year
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
2014 2015
Name of the Evevt
Handled by
Dr.N.Sathish Kumar
Prof/ECE /SREC
Mr.S.Lakshmi Narayan
AP/SREC
Mrs.K.Vidhya
AP/SREC
Faculty Development
Mr.C.S.Manikanda Babu
Programme on OFC
AP/SREC
Dr.D.Mohana Geetha
Prof/ECE/SA Engineering
College
Dr.M.Sabigiriraj,
Professor and Head /ECE
SVS College of Engineering.
Mr. Rajendran Rajaganapathy,
Inauguration of
Senior Program Manager,
Association Activities
Mercedes Benz RD, India
Dr. S. Ananth
Guest Lecture on
Consultant Psychiatrist,
―STUDENTS MENTAL
Sri Ramakrishna Hospitals,
HEALTH‖
Coimbatore
Mr. S. Prasanna Krishna
Guest Lecture on
Director, Career Zone
―HIGHER STUDIES
Consulting Private
ABROAD‖
Limited,Coimbatore
Guest Lecture & Hands-on Mr. V.S. Ramesh
Training on ―TI
Steps Knowledge Services
WEBENCH TOOL‖
Private Limited, Coimbatore.
Er. Ingersol Selladurai,
Guest Lecture on
Scientist SG,
‗Applications of Space
Indian Space Research
Science and Technology for
Organization (ISRO),
mankind‘
Mahendragiri – 627133
Er. S. Vasantha Kumar,
Technical Symposium
Managing Director,
‗GENESIS‘2K15‘
Electronics and Controls
Corporation, Coimbatore
Er. K. Sasikumar,
Workshop on ―GSM Based CRG Engineer,
Industrial Automation‖
Prolific Systems &
Technologies Pvt. Ltd.,
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9.
Guest Lecture on ―Career
Guidance‖
10.
Workshop on ―Electronic
Design Automation using
ORCAD‖
11.
Electronics Mini Project
Exhibition-15 (EMPE-15)
12.
―Workshop on Impulse C –
FPGA Interfacing Tool‖
13.
IEEE Blended program on
VLSI
14.
IEEE Sponsored FDP on
Advanced Signal
processing systems for
Engineering Research
15.
The Inauguration and the
Guest Lecture of IETE
16.
Two days hands ON
training on ― Off Grid solar
PV Installation‖
17.
Guest Lecture on
Coimbatore.
Mr. T.G. Sarathkumar,
Project Engineer,
Soliton Technologies Pvt. Ltd.,
Coimbatore.
Er. S. Dhanasekaran,
Design Engineer,
LIVEWIRE, Coimbatore.
Mr.V.Gourishankar
Managing Director
GMTSINDIA Pvt Ltd
Coimbatore
Mr. Tanaji Hanchate,
Senior Application Manager,
Chipware Technologies,
Bangalore
Mr. M S Damodhara
Product support and Sales
Manager
New product development
Global IEEE
Dr.R.Sudhakar
HOD/ECE Dr.MCET, Pollachi
Dr.K.Srinivasan
HOD/EIE SREC, Coimbatore
Mr.Rejish Raghavan
Senior peoject lead
Verizon Communications
Bangalore
Dr.N.Sathish Kumar
HOD/ECE SREC, Coimbatore
Er.Tabrez khan
Senior Application Engineer
Signal Processing &
Communications
Math Works India Pvt Ltd
Bangalore
Er.Raguram Arjunan
Director operations,
CARES Renewables PVT Ltd,
Coimbatore-34
Mr.M.Venkateshwaran,
Director,
Cares Renewables Pvt
Ltd,Coimbatore.
Er. Ingersol Selladurai,
Sri Ramakrishna Engineering College – NAAC – SSR (Self Study Report)
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18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
―Applications of Space
Scientist SG,
Science and Technology for Indian Space Research
Mankind‖
Organization (ISRO),
Mahendragiri – 627 133
Mr. Tanaji Hanchate,
―Workshop on Impulse C – Senior Application Manager,
FPGA Interfacing Tool‖
Chipware Technologies,
Bangalore
Mr. Muralidharan
Guest Lecture on
Palanisamy,
―Computer
Chief Product Officer,
Communication
AppViewX/Cloud Connect,
Networks‖
Payoda
Mr. G Srinivas,
Two day Training Program
Consultant,
―Programming skills‖
Freelance Corporate IT Trainer
One Day Workshop &
Er. S.Sandeep,
Hands On Training On
DIY,
―ARDUINO Automation
Cochin.
and Robotics‖
MR.S.PRASANNA KRISHNA
Director
The Career Guidance –
Knowledge Emergence Global
Higher Studies at Abroad
Consulting,
Aberdeen, UK
Mr.S.Arun Raja
Latest Trends in Metal
Deputy General ManagerCutting
Sales, Sandvik Asia Pvt Ltd.
Springer Webinar -Free
Ms.Geeta Gambhir,
Video Conferencing
Springer (India) private
session
limited
Mr.V.Rajasekaran
National level Hands on
Application Engineer
Training on Sensor and
Innovative Invaders
Measurements using
Technologies
LabVIEW
Coimbatore.
Dr.G.Sankarasubramanian
Professor & Head
Awareness on Government Department of Civil
Exams
Engineering
PSG College of Technology,
Coimbatore
Mr. E.Praveen Kumar,
Hack-O-mania‘14 – APP
Consultant at Capdigisoft
Development
Solutions Inc., Texas
Writing Statement of
Mr.Prashaanth Venugopal
Sri Ramakrishna Engineering College – NAAC – SSR (Self Study Report)
Page 110
Purpose
29.
30.
31.
Overseas Education in
Newzealand
National Seminar On
―Towards The Iot (Internet
Of Things) Universe
Funding opportunity from
DRDO
32.
Opportunities in software
testing
33.
National Seminar on
Transforms and Medical
Data Interpretation
34.
35.
36.
37.
38.
39.
40.
Co founder and consultant
GRE toppers & IMPT
consultants, Coimbatore.
Mr.Shekar,
Managing Director, Greycells,
Newzealand
Mr. Rajendra Prasad,
Vice President, ESA India,
Bangalore
Sri Krishna Mohan
Scientist DRDO
Mr.M.Sabari Ganesh
Sr.Software Engineer, Robert
Bosch, Coimbatore
Dr.Jayaraj Joesph
IITM, Chennai
Dr. R. Selvakumar
Asst.Professor in
SAAVISHKAAR‘15
Nanobiotechnology
PSG Institute of Advanced
Studies, Coimbatore.
Power supply design for
Technical Engineers
FPGA using WEBENCH
STEPS Knowledge Services
tool
Private Ltd, Coimbatore
Mr. Damodara M S
Product Support ans Sales
Seminar – Blended
manager,
Learning Program in VLSI
IEEE Advancing Technology
for Humanity,Bangalore.
Mr. Gaurav Purohit,
Hardware in loop
Senior Research Fellow, BITS,
implementation with Xilinx
PILANI
Mr. Mamidi Nagaraju,
RF/Wireless System
Application Engineer, CUP-S
Design Solution from
CoreEL Technologies India
Xilinx
Pvt Ltd , Bangalore.
Dr.S.Jayanthy, Professor and
Head, Department of
Two days workshop on
ECE(PG)-EST
―Programming in Open
Mr.A.Bharanidharan,
Source Hardware
A.P/CSE(Sr.G),
Prototype (Arduino)
Ms.S.Sumeetha, A.P/CSE,
SREC
One day Seminar on Turbo Mrs. J.S.Shanthini Assistant
C Programming
Professor(Sr.G),
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41.
One day Seminar on
Corporate Ethics
42.
One day Seminar on
Evaluation of Embedded
Systems
43.
One day Workshop on
ARM Advanced
Technology Supported by
KEIL ARM Tools
44.
One day Workshop on
―WEBENCH Power
Designer and Power
Architect Basics‖
45.
Two days Workshop on
Application Development
Using PIC Microcontroller
46.
Two days Workshop on
PIC Microcontrollers and
Applications
One day Seminar on
Career Opportunities
47.
Guest Lecture on ―Desired
Technical Qualities for an
Engineer in Industry‖
48.
49.
50.
2013 2014
One day workshop on
―Dream Career for the
Future‖
Special Guest Lecture –
―Introduction to Low
Voltage Switch Gear‖
Department of M.C.A
Sri Ramakrishna Engineering
College Coimbatore
Mr.A.Grace Antony Rose,
Assistant Professor,
Department of MBA, Sri
Ramakrishna Engineering
College, Coimbatore
Mr. T. Rajendra Prasad, Vice
President, ESA India,
Bangalore.
Ms. Geetha S Nazre, Senior
Manager Technical Support ,
Embedded System Solutions
Pvt. Ltd., ESA Group,
Bangalore.
Resource Persons from
Steps Knowledge Pvt., Ltd.,
Coimbatore
Dr.S.Jayanthy, Professor and
Head, Department of
ECE(PG)-EST, Sri
Ramakrishna Engineering
College Coimbatore
Mr.Sobin C Francis
Project Lead in ECU&DCU
development(Specialist)
Robert Bosch Engineering and
Business Solutions Limited
Coimbatore
Mr.G.Sathish, Mr.U.R.Thilak,
and Mr.K.S.Viswanathan,
Senior Engineers from Infosys,
Chennai and Mind tree,
Bangalore
Mr.Gowrishankar
Thangavelu,
Manager, ROBERT BOSCH,
Coimbatore.
Mr. P. Shivakumar, HR –
Robert Bosch, Coimbatore
Mr.S.Chandrasekar Kore,
DGM, L & T Electrical &
Automation
Sri Ramakrishna Engineering College – NAAC – SSR (Self Study Report)
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51.
IEEE Day Celebration 2013
52.
FDP- Advanced Control
System
53.
Organized a one day
National Level Project
Presentation Expo
―TeckKosmos‘14‖
54.
Inauguration and Guest
Lecture on recent trends in
Industry and Automation
55.
Seminar on ―Recent Trends
in Cloud Computing‖
56.
Guest Lecture on
Opportunities for Higher
Education in Abroad
57.
Inauguration of IETE
58.
Seminar on ―Desired
Technical Qualities
required for Engineer in
industry‖
59.
One day Workshop on
Advanced Communication
Technologies
60.
Guest lecture on ―Cisco
Networking‖
61.
Two days National
workshop cum
championship on robotics
62.
Workshop on Linux
V.Siva, Junior Engineer, Regen
Power Tech. Pvt Ltd, Pollachi
Dr.N.Kumarappan, EAC
Chair, Treasure, IEEE Madras
Section
Dr.A. Selvakumar, Managing
Director, Encore IT Service
Solutions, Coimbatore
Mr.K.Raghunandanan,
General Manager
LARSEN & TOUBRO,
Coimbatore.
Mr.K.Kaushik
Software Engineer,
CISCO,
Bangalore.
Mr.Santhosh,
IMS,
Coimbatore
Mr.K.Raghunandanan,
General Manager,
LARSEN & TOUBRO,
Coimbatore.
Mr.Gowrishankar
Thangavelu,
Manager,
Robert Bosch,
Coimbatore.
Mr.M.Sathish,
Technical Engineer,
Max Lab System,
Ciombatore.
Mr.Rajasekar,
Technical Engineer,
Innovative Invader
Technology,
Coimbatore.
Mr. Malleeswar Rajan Raman,
Network security engineer
Mr.Arjun Prakash,
Director,
Effica Automation Pvt Ltd,
Coimbatore.
Spoken tutorial- IIT Bombay
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Hands on Training in
Signal & Image Processing
applications using Xilinx
System Generator
Guest Lecture on
Automotive Embedded
Electronics
63.
64.
65.
66.
67.
68.
69.
70.
71.
72.
73.
74.
2012 2013
Mr. Damodara M S
Product Manager,
CoreEL Technologies India
Pvt. Ltd. Bangalore
Mr.M.Raghul, Assistant
Manager, Visteon Ltd.,
Chennai.
Mr.M.Kathiresh,
Guest Lecture on
Assistant Professor, PSG
Automotive Embedded
College of Technology,
Systems
Coimbatore
Dr.S.Jayanthy, Professor and
one day Workshop on PIC Head, Department of
Microcontroller and
ECE(PG)-EST, Sri
Applications
Ramakrishna Engineering
College, Coimbatore
Mr.G.Anandha Kumar
One day Seminar on
Engineer, Caliber Embedded
Embedded C Programming Technologies India PVT.,Ltd.,
Coimbatore
Mr.P.Anjesh
ISTE
Buyer Communicator for
Inaugural Function
textile industry
Coimbatore
Workshop on Embedded
M/S Botrio Design Labs,
Systems(PSoC)
Bangalore
Mr.A.M.Dhilip,
Guest lecture on National
Marketing Officer,
Pension Systems
Regional Office, South Indian
Bank, Coimbatore
Mr.V.Angappa,
Workshop on Servicing
Founder Managing Director,
and Calibrating of
Mega Tech Scientific
Electronics Equipment
Instruments, Coimbatore.
Mr.R.Lakshmanan IAS
Director-Mid Day Meal
Guest Lecture
Education Department
Gomatipharma,
Patna, Bihar
Technical Lecture on
―
Role of Staff in Mentoring
Mr.Guruprasad,
Students to Meet Industrial HR Hansen Drive, Coimbatore
Expectations‖
Special Lecture on
Prof.S.Rajkumar
―Accreditation Process in
HOD|EEE,SREC
Line with Washington
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Accord‖
Sri N Prabhakar
Associate Technology
Director,
DRDL, Hyderabad
Mr.R.Thirukumaran,
SAT INFOSIS, Coimbatore
75.
A presentation on ―System
Engineering for complex
systems‖
76.
One day national
workshop on Network
Simulator(NS2)
77.
Inauguration of IEEE SB &
WIE
Dr.Ramalatha Marimuthu,
Global Chair WIE
Mrs.J.R.E.Rajula, Paramount
Quality Systems
78.
Two day National Seminar
– ―Stromnets ‗12‖ ON
―Smart Grid & Energy
Management‖
Mr.K.V.Rupchand, Chair IEEE
PES,
Prof.R.Sarathi, IIT Madras
79.
Guest Lecture – ―Need for
Innovation from
Engineers‖
80.
Guest Lecture – ―Vision for
Future‖
81.
Special Guest Lecture –
―Embedded Computing
Systems‖
82.
One day seminar on
―Signal and Image
Processing‖ organized by
IEEE COMSOC and IEEE
Student Branch SREC
83.
Special Guest Lecture –
―Recent Trends in
Electronics‖
Shri.Kannan Narasimhan,
Assistasnt Vice President,
Mahindra Satyam Ltd,
Chennai
T.P.Govindan, Director,
BRDA, Baroda.
Dr.V.Lakshmi Narasimhan,
Computer Science Department
of East Carolina University,
USA(ACM Distinguished
Speaker)
Dr.R.Prabhakar, Secretary,
CIT, Coimbatore
Dr.K.A.NarayananKutty,
Professor, Department of ECE,
Amrita School of Engineering.
Dr.S.Manigandan
Scientist-C, DRDO, Bangalore
Er.Chiranth M. Patil, Field
Application Engineer, CoreEl
Technologies,Bangalore
Dr.K. Porkumaran, Principal
Dr.N.G.P. Institute of
Technology
Dr.P.T.Vanathi, Professor,
Department of ECE, P.S.G
Tech, Coimbatore.
Dr.P.C.Ravikumar, Technical
Director, Texas Instruments,
Bangalore
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Mr.Kamalraj Subramaniam
University of Malaysia
Perlis
Mr.T.M.Ishaq Mohammed
Abbas,
Technical Lead, Athenahealth,
Chennai,
(Alumni of 2002-2006 batch.)
Dr. Arunai Nambi Raj,
SEDS INDIA Trustee,
Mr. Sivkaminathan,
Former Deputy Director,
GSLV, ISRO,
Mr. Varun Aiyar, SEDS INDIA
National President.
Mr.S.Choudhary, Air officer
Commanding, 5BRD, Air
Force, Sulur.
Dr.V.R.Vijayakumar
HOD/ECE
Anna Univ Regional Center,
Coimbatore.
Foundation For Innovation
and Collaborative Education,
Bangalore
Mr. Pradeep Kumar,
Hexbedded Technologies,
Coimbatore
Mr. KAMALRAJ
SUBRAMANIAM, Research
Scholar ,
University of Malaysia, Perlis
84.
Guest Lecture
85.
National Level Technical
Symposium
86.
Inauguration of SEDS
INDIA Student Branch
87.
Guest Lecture on Career
opportunities in Indian Air
Force
88.
World Telecommunication
Day
89.
Intel College Excellence
Program
90.
ARM Processor and its
Applications
91.
Biomedical Signal
Processing
92.
Hands on training in
ASIC/FPGA design flow
using Mentor Graphics
EDA tool
Mr. Damodara M S
Product Manager,
CoreEL Technologies India
Pvt. Ltd. Bangalore
Inauguration Function
Mr.T.R.Padmanaban,
Dean,
Amirtha School of
Engineering,
Coimbatore.
93.
2011 2012
94.
95.
Photon‘11 – Intercollegiate
Event
IEEE Xtreme 4.0
Competition
Prof. R. Shanmugasundram
Prof. R. Shanmugasundram
Sri Ramakrishna Engineering College – NAAC – SSR (Self Study Report)
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96.
97.
98.
99.
100.
101.
102.
103.
Mr. C.Arun Kumar, Assistant
Professor, I.T department,
Amrita School of Engineering,
Amrita University,
Coimbatore
Mr. C.Arun Kumar,
Organized a two day
Assistant Professor,
National Level IEEE
Amrita University,
Student Professional
Coimbatore.
Awareness Programme
and Prof. A. Soundarrajan,
―TeckKosmos‘12‖ on 13Assistant Professor, IT Dept.,
14th Mar. 2012.
PSG College of Technology,
Coimbatore.
Mr.R.ShankarNarayanan
Inauguration Function –
Area Business head,
ASELCOME
WIPRO Infotech,
Coimbatore.
Inaugurated by,
National level technical
Mr.L.Balasubramaniyam,
symposium GENESIS‘12
NIIT Skills initiative, NIIT.
Seminar on ―Role of staff in Mr.N.Guruprasad,
mentoring students meet
Talent Development-HRD,
Industrial expectations‖
Hansen Drives, Coimbatore.
Dr.V.R.Vijayakumar, HoD,
Valedictory Function Department of Electronics and
ASELCOME
Communication Engineering,
Anna university, Coimbatore.
IEEE Membership Drive
Programme for First Year
Students
Hands on Training and
certification program on
LABVIEW
Conducted by,
National Instruments,
Bangalore.
Realizing Circuits in
SILICON
Mrs.K.Mythili, Project Lead ,
Tamilnadu Microelectronic
Design Centre Pvt. Ltd.
Coimbatore
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ANNEXURE III
Professional Activities of ECE Department:
Academic year: 2014-15
ASELCOME
S.
No
Date
Event
1.
11.07.2014
Inauguration of Association Activities
2.
04.08.2014
Guest
Lecture
on
MENTAL HEALTH‖
3.
02.09.2014
Guest Lecture on ―HIGHER STUDIES
ABROAD‖
4.
5.
―STUDENTS
23.09.2014
Guest Lecture & Hands-on Training on
―TI WEBENCH TOOL‖
29-11-014
Guest Lecture on ‗Applications of
Space Science and Technology for
mankind‘
Technical Symposium ‗GENESIS‘2K15‘
6.
30.12.2014
Workshop on ―GSM Based Industrial
Automation‖
7.
12.02.2015
Guest Lecture on ―Career Guidance‖
8.
14.02.2015
9.
16.02.2015
Workshop
on
―Electronic
Design
Resource Person /
Guest Speaker details
Mr.
Rajendran
Rajaganapathy, Senior
Program Manager,
Mercedes Benz RD,
India
Dr. S. Ananth
Consultant Psychiatrist,
Sri
Ramakrishna
Hospitals, Coimbatore
Mr.
S.
Prasanna
Krishna,
Director, Career Zone
Consulting
Private
Limited,Coimbatore
Mr. V.S. Ramesh
Steps
Knowledge
Services
Private
Limited, Coimbatore.
Er. Ingersol Selladurai,
Scientist SG,
Indian Space Research
Organization
(ISRO),
Mahendragiri – 627133
Er. S. Vasantha Kumar,
Managing Director,
Electronics and Controls
Corporation,
Coimbatore
Er. K. Sasikumar,
CRG Engineer,
Prolific
Systems
&
Technologies Pvt. Ltd.,
Coimbatore.
Mr. T.G. Sarathkumar,
Project Engineer,
Soliton
Technologies
Pvt. Ltd.,
Coimbatore.
Er. S. Dhanasekaran,
Sri Ramakrishna Engineering College – NAAC – SSR (Self Study Report)
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Automation using ORCAD‖
10.
18.03.2015
Design Engineer,
LIVEWIRE, Coimbatore.
Mr.V.Gourishankar
Electronics Mini Project Exhibition-15 Managing
Director
(EMPE-15)
GMTSINDIA Pvt Ltd
Coimbatore.
IEEE
S.
No
Date
1
19.03.2015
&
20.03.2015
Resource Person / Guest
Speaker details
Dr.R.Sudhakar
HOD/ECE
Dr.MCET,
Pollachi.
Dr.K.Srinivasan
HOD/EIE
SREC,
IEEE Sponsored FDP on Advanced Coimbatore.
Signal processing systems for Mr.Rejish Raghavan,
Engineering Research
Senior peoject lead,
Verizon Communications
,Bangalore.
Dr.N.Sathish Kumar
HOD/ECE
SREC,
Coimbatore.
Er.Tabrez khan
Senior Application Engineer
Signal
Processing
&
Communications
Math Works India Pvt Ltd,
Bangalore.
Event
IETE
S.No
1.
Date
11.07.14
2.
26.09.14
&
27.09.14
3.
29-11-14
Event
The Inauguration and the Guest
Lecture of IETE
Two days hands ON training
on ― Off Grid solar PV
Installation‖
Guest Lecture on ―Applications
of
Space
Science
and
Technology for Mankind‖
Chief Guest Name,
Designation and Address
Er.Raguram Arjunan
Director operations,
CARES Renewables PVT Ltd,
Coimbatore-34
Mr.M.Venkateshwaran,
Director,
Cares
Renewables
Pvt
Ltd,Coimbatore.
Er. Ingersol Selladurai,
Scientist SG,
Indian
Space
Research
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4.
18-12-14
―Workshop on Impulse C –
FPGA Interfacing Tool‖
5.
20-12-14
Guest Lecture on ―Computer
Communication Networks‖
6.
30-01-15
31-01-15
17-02-15
Two day Training Program
―Programming skills‖
One Day Workshop & Hands
On Training On ―ARDUINO
Automation and Robotics‖
7.
Academic year: 2013-14
Name of the Organized events with title
society
Organization
(ISRO),
Mahendragiri – 627 133
Mr. Tanaji Hanchate,
Senior Application Manager,
Chipware
Technologies,
Bangalore
Mr. Muralidharan Palanisamy,
Chief
Product
Officer,
AppViewX/Cloud
Connect,
Payoda
Mr. G Srinivas, Consultant,
Freelance Corporate IT Trainer
Er. S.Sandeep,
DIY,
Cochin
Date
Inauguration
and
Guest 13.08.2013
Lecture on recent trends in
Industry and Automation
ASELCOME
Seminar on ―Recent Trends in 14.09.2013
Cloud Computing‖
Guest
Lecture
on 30.12.2013
Opportunities for Higher
Education in Abroad
13.08.2013
Inauguration
Lecture
and
Guest
IETE
Seminar
on
―Desired 14.09.2013
Technical Qualities required
for Engineer in industry‖
Guest
Mr.K.Raghunandanan,
General Manager
LARSEN & TOUBRO,
Coimbatore.
Mr.K.Kaushik
Software Engineer,
CISCO,
Bangalore.
Mr.Santhosh,
IMS,
Coimbatore
Mr.K.Raghunandanan,
General Manager,
LARSEN & TOUBRO,
Coimbatore.
Mr.Gowrishankar
Thangavelu,
Manager,
RobertBosch,
Coimbatore.
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One day Workshop on 29-01-2014
Advanced
Communication
Technologies
Guest lecture
Networking‖
ROBOTICS
CLUB
on
―Cisco 24.02.2014
Two days National workshop 24.01.2014
cum
championship
on
&
robotics
25.01.2014
Academic year: 2012-13
Name of the Organized events with
Date
society
title
ISTE
18.07.2012
Inaugural Function
Workshop
on 24.09.2012
Embedded
&
Systems(PSoC)
25.09.012
Guest
lecture
on 10.10.2012
National
Pension
Systems
Workshop on Servicing
and Calibrating of
Electronics Equipment
1.11.2012
Guest Lecture
31.12.2012
ISTE
Technical Lecture on 12.3.2012
― Role of Staff in
Mentoring Students to
Meet
Industrial
Expectations‖
Mr.M.Sathish,
Technical Engineer,
Max Lab System,
Ciombatore.
Mr.Rajasekar,
Technical Engineer,
Innovative
Invader
Technology,Coimbatore.
Mr. Malleeswar Rajan
Raman,
Network
security engineer
Mr.Arjun Prakash,
Director,
Effica Automation Pvt
Ltd, Coimbatore.
Guest
Mr.P.Anjesh
Buyer
Communicator
textile industry
Coimbatore
M/S Botrio Design Labs,
Bangalore
for
Mr.A.M.Dhilip,
Marketing Officer,
Regional Office, South Indian
Bank, Coimbatore
Mr.V.Angappa,
Founder Managing Director,
Mega
Tech
Scientific
Instruments, Coimbatore.
Mr.R.Lakshmanan IAS
Director-Mid Day Meal
Education Department
Gomatipharma,
Patna, Bihar
Mr.Guruprasad,
HR Hansen Drive, Coimbatore
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ASELCOME
IETE
Special Lecture on
27.03.2013
―Accreditation Process
in
Line
with
Washington Accord‖
A
presentation
on 28.03.2013
―System Engineering
for complex systems‖
One
day
national 20.04.2013
workshop on Network
Simulator(NS2)
Prof.S.Rajkumar
HOD|EEE,SREC
Special Guest Lecture – 20.04.2013
―Recent
Trends
in
Electronics‖
Guest Lecture
19.01.2013
Dr.P.C.Ravikumar, Technical
Director, Texas Instruments,
Bangalore
Mr.Kamalraj Subramaniam
University of Malaysia
Perlis
Mr.T.M.Ishaq
Mohammed
Abbas,
Technical Lead, Athenahealth,
Chennai,
(Alumni of 2002-2006 Batch.)
National
Level 13.04.2013
Technical Symposium
World‘s Engineer day
15.09.2012
Competition
Quiz competition
14.02.2013
Competition
World
Telecommunication
Day
17.05.2013
Academic year: 2011-12
Name of the Organized
events Date
society
with Title
Inauguration Function 29.09.2011
IETE
Inauguration Function 25.07.2011
ASELCOME
Sri N Prabhakar
Associate Technology Director,
DRDL, Hyderabad
Mr.R.Thirukumaran,
SAT INFOSIS, Coimbatore
National
level 23.02.2012
technical symposium
&
GENESIS‘12
24.02.2012
Seminar on ―Role of 12.03.2012
staff in mentoring
students
meet
Dr.V.R.Vijayakumar
HOD/ECE
Anna University
center, Coimbatore.
Regional
Guest
Mr.T.R.Padmanaban,
Dean,
Amirtha School of Engineering,
Coimbatore.
Mr.R.ShankarNarayanan
Area Business head,
WIPRO Infotech,
Coimbatore.
Inaugurated by,
Mr.L.Balasubramaniyam,
NIIT Skills initiative, NIIT.
Mr.N.Guruprasad,
Talent Development-HRD,
Hansen Drives, Coimbatore.
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Industrial
expectations‖
Valedictory Function
Hands on Training
and
certification
program
on
LABVIEW
S.No
.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
15.03.2012
08.12.2011
to
10.12.2011
Dr.V.R.Vijayakumar,
Professor& HoD, Department
of
Electronics
and
Communication Engineering,
Anna university, Coimbatore.
Conducted by,
National Instruments,
Bangalore.
M.E. (VLSI. Design & Embedded System Technologies)
Academic Date of
Name of
Title of the
Resource Persons
Year
the Event the Event
Event
Mrs. J.S.Shanthini
Assistant
One day
Turbo C
Professor(Sr.G),
27.02.15
Seminar
Programming
Department of
M.C.A
SREC, Coimbatore
Mr.A.Grace Antony
Rose, Assistant
One day
Corporate
19.02.15
Professor,
Seminar
Ethics
Department of MBA,
SREC,, Coimbatore
Mr. T. Rajendra
Evaluation of
One day
Prasad, Vice
13.12.14
Embedded
Seminar
President, ESA India,
Systems
2014-2015
Bangalore.
11.10.14
Hardware in
Mr. Gaurav Purohit,
One day
loop
Senior Research
Seminar
implementatio
Fellow, BITS,
n with Xilinx
PILANI
9.10.14
Mr. Mamidi
&
Nagaraju,
RF/Wireless
10.10.14
Application
National
System Design
Engineer, CUP-S
Workshop
Solution from
CoreEL Technologies
Xilinx
India Pvt Ltd ,
Bangalore.
―WEBENCH
Resource Persons
One day
Power
from
22.09.14
Workshop
Designer and
Steps Knowledge
Power
Pvt., Ltd.,
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Architect
Basics‖
17.7.14
7.
One day
Seminar
8.
28.07.14
One day
Seminar
26.04.14
Guest
Lecture
9.
2014-2015
10.
12.03.14
11.
17.10.13
13.
14.
Automotive
Embedded
Electronics
Automotive
Embedded
Systems
One day
Seminar
Embedded C
Programming
15.04.13
to
17.04.13
Training
Programm
e
Hands on
Training in
Signal & Image
Processing
applications
using Xilinx
System
Generator
Intel College
Excellence
Program
9.2.13
Guest
ARM Processor
National
Workshop
2013-2014
2012-2013
Career
Opportunities
Guest
Lecture
22.08.13
to
23.08.13
12.
Blended
Learning
Program in
VLSI
Sri Ramakrishna Engineering College – NAAC – SSR (Self Study Report)
Coimbatore
Mr. Damodara M S
Product Support ans
Sales manager,
IEEE Advancing
Technology for
Humanity,
Bangalore.
Mr.G.Sathish,
Mr.U.R.Thilak, and
Mr.K.S.Viswanathan,
Senior Engineers
from Infosys,
Chennai and Mind
tree, Bangalore
Mr.M.Raghul,
Assistant Manager,
Visteon Ltd.,
Chennai.
Mr.M.Kathiresh,
Assistant Professor,
PSG College of
Technology,
Coimbatore.
Mr.G.Anandha
Kumar
Engineer, Caliber
Embedded
Technologies India
PVT.,Ltd.,
Coimbatore
Mr. Damodara M S
Product Manager,
CoreEL Technologies
India Pvt. Ltd.
Bangalore
Foundation For
Innovation and
Collaborative
Education,
Bangalore
Mr. Pradeep Kumar,
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lecture
and its
Applications
Hexbedded
Technologies,
Coimbatore
Mr. KAMALRAJ
SUBRAMANIAM,
Research Scholar ,
University of
Malaysia, Perlis
19.01.13
15.
09.08.12
&
10.08.12
16.
17.
2011-2012
22.12.11
Guest
lecture
Biomedical
Signal
Processing
National
Workshop
Hands on
training in
ASIC/FPGA
design flow
using Mentor
Graphics EDA
tool
Mr. Damodara M S
Product Manager,
CoreEL Technologies
India Pvt. Ltd.
Bangalore
Realizing
Circuits in
SILICON
Mrs.K.Mythili,
Project Lead ,
Tamilnadu
Microelectronic
Design Centre Pvt.
Ltd. Coimbatore
Guest
lecture
INPLANT TRAINING DETAILS
The following students attended inplant training in various industries as
mentioned below.
B.E. ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING
Academic year
2011-2012
2012-2013
2013-2014
No. of students
attended IPT
50
99
264
2014-2015
221
Major companies attended:
 HCL Career Development Centre, Coimbatore

UNIQ Technologies, Coimbatore

Salzer Electronics Limited, Coimbatore

All India Radio, Ooty

Southern Railway, Erode

Amirthaalaksshmi Spinning Mills(P) Ltd.,Perundurai

Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited, Madurai

Doordharshan, Chennai
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
BSNL, Coimbatore

Roots Industries India Limited, Coimbatore

Sunshiv Electronic Solutions, Coimbatore

LITZ Tech, Coimbatore

All India Radio, Coimbatore

APPIN Technology, Coimbatore

Continental Automotive Components Pvt. Ltd. Bangalore.

ONEYES Technology, Chennai

Nokia Solution and Network India Pvt.Ltd. Kanchipuram.

Mazenet Solutions, Coimbatore

Salem Steel Plant, Salem

Titan Industries Ltd., Hosur

Apex Integrated Systems – Coimbatore

Robert Bosch – Bangalore.

Pricol Ltd-Coimbatore.

Mikrosen Control Devices Pvt. Ltd., Coimbatore.

Nokia Siemens Network Pvt. Ltd., Sriperumbudur.
M.E VLSI DESIGN
INPLANT/INDUSTRY TRAINING:
The following are the list of students‘ attend in-plant training/ Internship at different
companies during the summer vacation May-June 2015
S.NO
NAME OF THE
STUDENT WITH
ROLL NO
1
M.Arun Pandian
2
S.Dhanya
3
P.Divya
Jeyashrree
4
S.Gayathri
5
6
M.Haja Nizar
M.Kiruba
NAME & ADDRESS OF THE
COMPANY
Enthu Technology Solutions India
Pvt Limited,Coimbatore.
Enthu Technology Solutions India
Pvt Limited,Coimbatore.
Sunshiv Electronic Solutions,
Coimbatore.
Qbitronics, Coimbatore.
Salzer Electronics Ltd,unit-II,
Coimbatore.
Sunshiv Electronic Solutions,
Sri Ramakrishna Engineering College – NAAC – SSR (Self Study Report)
PERIOD
02.06 2015 To
26.06 2015
02.06 2015 To
26.06 2015
01.06.2015 To
30.06.2015
01.06.2015 To
30.06.2015
10.06.2015 To
30.06.2015
01.06.2015 To
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7
C.Nandhini
8
P.Nandini
9
V.Preethi
10
M.Ruby
Niranjana
11
V.Sahana
12
R.Sailakshmi
13
M.Sangeetha
14
P.Saranya
15
D.Shabna
16
S.Sharaenya
17
U.Subhashini
18
R.Suganya
Coimbatore.
ZF Wind power Coimbatore Pvt
Ltd, Coimbatore.
30.06.2015
01.06.2015 To
30.06.2015
ZF Wind power Coimbatore Pvt
Ltd, Coimbatore.
Qbitronics, Coimbatore.
01.06.2015 To
30.06.2015
01.06.2015 To
30.06.2015
01.06.2015 To
30.06.2015
01.06.2015 To
30.06.2015
01.06.2015 To
30.06.2015
02.06 2015 To
26.06 2015
01.06.2015 To
30.06.2015
01.06.2015 To
30.06.2015
01.06.2015 To
30.06.2015
02.06 2015 To
26.06 2015
01.06.2015 To
30.06.2015
HCL Career development centre,
Coimbatore.
Sunshiv Electronic Solutions,
Coimbatore.
Clarozon Technologies,
Coimbatore.
Enthu Technology Solutions India
Pvt Limited,Coimbatore.
HCL Career development centre,
Coimbatore.
Qbitronics, Coimbatore.
Sunshiv Electronic Solutions,
Coimbatore.
Enthu Technology Solutions India
Pvt Limited,Coimbatore.
Qbitronics, Coimbatore.
M.E.-Embedded System Technologies
S.No
1.
2.
3.
4.
Name of the
Student
Arun Kumar L
Dheerthi. N
Geraldine
Shirley.N
Harani Priyanka.T
5.
Hari Shankar
Elango.S
6.
Kalaimagal.S
Name of the Address of the
Company
Kone Elevators PVT., Ltd.,
Chennai.
Abile Technologies
Coimbatore.
09-06.2014To
20-06- 2014
28-05-2014 To
19-06-2014
PRICOL Technologies
Coimbatore.
27-05-2014 To
20-06-2014
Kaashiv INFOTech.,
Chennai.
04-06-2014 To
13-06-2014
Vasantha Advanced systems,
Coimbatore
09.062014 To
21.06.2014
Abile Technologies
Coimbatore.
28-05-2014 To
19-06-2014
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Period
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7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
Kiruthika Mani.G
Naghalakshimi.R
Neethu
Krishna.K.S
Nithya.N
Sandhiya. J
Sindhoori.S
Abile Technologies
Coimbatore.
PRICOL Technologies
Srivari Shrimat, Avinashi Road,
Coimbatore 641018
28-05-2014 To
19-06-2014
Kaashiv INFOTech.,
Chennai
04-06-2014 To
13-06-2014
Kaashiv INFOTech.,
Chennai.
PRICOL Limited.,
Coimbatore.
04-06-2014To
13-06-2014
06-06-2014To
21-06-2014
Abile Technologies
Coimbatore.
28-05-2014To
19-06-2014
27-05-2014 To
20-06-2014
M.E.-Embedded System Technologies
The followings are the list of students who attended industrial training in the
summer vacation 2014
S.
No
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
Name of the Student
Abinayaa. B
Anju Mary Chacko
Aravindhan. R
Arun .D
Darshini .B
Gomathinayagam .P
Hiritharan. P
Lidwina Jennifer. J
Moniga .V
Nataraj .C
Sivakrishnan. J
Name of the Industry
Sigpro Technologies, Coimbatore
Geek Wave Solution, Chennai
Appin Technology Lab,
Coimbatore
ScienTrik Engineering Solutions,
Coimbatore.
Geek Wave Solution, Chennai
Appin Technology Lab,
Coimbatore
Maximos Global Solutions,
Madurai.
Geek Wave Solution, Chennai
State Street HCL Services,
Chennai
Appin Technology Lab,
Coimbatore
Appin Technology Lab,
Sri Ramakrishna Engineering College – NAAC – SSR (Self Study Report)
Period
01.06.2015 To
30.06.2015
01.06.2015 To
30.06.2015
01.06.2015 To
30.06.2015
01.06.2015 To
30.06.2015
01.06.2015 To
30.06.2015
01.06.2015 To
30.06.2015
01.06.2015 To
30.06.2015
01.06.2015 To
30.06.2015
01.06.2015 To
30.06.2015
01.06.2015 To
30.06.2015
01.06.2015 To
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12.
13.
14.
15.
Suganya. M
Udhaya R
Umamaheswaran. G
Usha. S
Coimbatore
Sigpro Technologies, Coimbatore
Geek Wave Solution, Chennai
Appin Technology Lab,
Coimbatore
State Street HCL Services,
Chennai
Sri Ramakrishna Engineering College – NAAC – SSR (Self Study Report)
30.06.2015
01.06.2015 To
30.06.2015
01.06.2015 To
30.06.2015
01.06.2015 To
30.06.2015
01.06.2015 To
30.06.2015
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DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE ENGINEERING
1.
Name of the Department
Year of establishment
:
:
Computer Science and Engineering
1994
2.
Names of Programmes / Courses offered (UG, PG, M.Phil., Ph.D., Integrated
Masters; Integrated Ph.D., etc.) :
UG: B.E- Computer Science and Engineering : started in 1994
PG: M.E. Software Engineering
: started in 2003
PG: M.E. Computer Science and Engineering : started in 2010
3.
Interdisciplinary courses and departments involved :
S.No Course Code
Course Title
Department
UG: B.E- Computer Science and Engineering
1
12CS2E71
2
12CS2E72
3
4.
12CS2E73
12CS2E36
5.
6.
12CS2E37
12CS2E38
Essentials of Information
Technology
Fundamentals of
Computer Algorithms
Software Engineering
Mobile Application
Development
Cyber Security
Big Data Analytics
All UG Programmes
All UG Programmes
All UG Programmes
All UG Programmes
All UG Programmes
All UG Programmes
4.
Annual/ semester/choice based credit system : Semester
System
Based
Credit
5.
Participation of the department in the courses offered by other departments :
S.No Course Code
Course Title
Department
UG: B.E- Computer Science and Engineering
SEMESTER I
1
12EN2101
2
12MA2101
3
12PH2101
4
12CH2101
5
12ME2101
6
12ME2102
Technical English-I
Engineering Mathematics-I
Applied Physics
Applied Chemistry
Basic
Civil
And
Mechanical Engineering
Engineering
Practice
English Department
Maths Department
Physics Department
Chemistry Department
Mechanical Department
Mechanical Department
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7
12ME2103
SEMESTER II
8
12EN2201
9
12MA2201
10
11
12
12PH2201
12CH2201
12EC2203
13
12EC2204
14
12PH2202
15
12CH2202
SEMESTER III
16
12MA2301
17
12IT2303
SEMESTER IV
`18
12MA2403
19
12IT2402
SEMESTER V
20
12MA2501
21
12IT2501
SEMESTER VI
22
12EC2001
23
12IT2601
Laboratory
Engineering
Laboratory
Graphics Mechanical Department
Technical English- II
Engineering Mathematics
–II
Material Science
Environmental Science
Electric Circuits And
Electron Devices
Circuits And Device
Laboratory
Applied Physics
Laboratory
Applied Chemistry
Laboratory
English Department
Maths Department
Transforms And Partial
Differential Equations
Computer Architecture
Maths Department
Probability And Queuing
Theory
Database Management
System
Maths Department
Discrete Structures
Software Engineering
Maths Department
IT Department
Physics Department
Chemistry Department
ECE Department
ECE Department
Physics Department
Chemistry Department
IT Department
IT Department
Principles Of Management
Object Oriented Analysis
And Design
24
12IT2602
Distributed Systems
25
12EN2001
Communication Skills
Laboratory
PG: M.E- Software Engineering
SEMESTER I
ECE Department
IT Department
01
Maths Department
12MA1101
Operations Research
IT Department
English Department
PG: M.E- Computer Science and Engineering
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SEMESTER I
1
12MA1104
6.
Theoretical Foundations of
Computer Science
Maths Department
Number of teaching posts sanctioned and filled (Professors/Associate
Professors/Asst. Professors) : Academic Year 2015-2016
S.No
Sanctioned
UG: B.E- Computer Science and Engineering
Filled
1
2
3
3
Professors
3
Associate Professors
22
Asst. Professors
PG: M.E- Software Engineering
1
Professors
Associate Professors
2
Asst. Professors
PG: M.E- Computer Science and Engineering
4
2
27
1
2
3
1
2
3
Professors
Associate Professors
Asst. Professors
1
3
2
1
1
3
7. Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation, specialization, (D.Sc./D.Litt.
/Ph.D. / M. Phil. etc.,)
S. No
Name
No. of
Ph.D.
Students
Years of
Qualification Designation Specialization
guided
Experience
for the
last 4
years
UG: B.E- Computer Science and Engineering
Prof. K. Manoharan
M.E
1
Dr. M. Suresh Kumar
Ph.D
Dr. M. S. Geetha
Devasena
Ph.D
2
3
Computer
35Y 2M
Head of the
Science &
Department
Engineering
Information and 21Y 1M
Professor
Communication
Engineering
Information and 17Y 8M
Professor
Communication
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NA
NA
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Engineering
Dr. P. Perumal
Ph.D
4
Dr. B. Mathivanan
Ph.D
5
Dr.P.Mathiyalagan
Ph.D
6
Mrs. R.Madhumathi
M.E., (Ph.D)
7
Mrs .R.Kingsy Grace
M.E., (Ph.D)
8
Mr.A. Bharanidharan
M.E
9
Mrs R.Anuradha
M.E., (Ph.D)
10
Mr. R.Vijayakumar
M.E., (Ph.D)
11
Mrs G.Rathi
M.E
12
Mr.T.Guhan
M.E., (Ph.D)
13
14
Mr.S.Harihara
Gopalan
M.E., (Ph.D)
Mr.S. Suresh Kumar
M.E
Mrs.S.Prince Sahaya
Brighty
M.E
15
16
Information and 18Y 1M
Professor
Communication
Engineering
Information and 22 Y 11M
Associate
Communication
Professor
Engineering
Information and 10Y 1M
Associate
Communication
Professor
Engineering
Information and 13Y
Assistant
Communication
Professor (Sl)
Engineering
Assistant
Information and 10Y 2M
Professor
Communication
(Sr.)
Engineering
Assistant
11Y 2M
Professor
(Sr.)
VLSI
Assistant
Information and 9Y 11M
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Communication
(Sr.)
Engineering
Assistant
Information and 10Y 2M
Professor
Communication
(Sr.)
Engineering
Assistant
Computer
8Y 11M
Professor
Science &
(Sr.)
Engineering
Assistant
Information and 11Y 5M
Professor
Communication
(Sr.)
Engineering
Assistant
Information and 7Y 2M
Professor
Communication
(Sr.)
Engineering
Assistant
6Y 11M
Professor
Software
(Sr.)
Engineering
Assistant
Computer
6Y
Professor
Science &
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M.E
Assistant
Professor
Mrs S.Ezhilin Freeda
M.E
Assistant
Professor
Mrs M.Krishna Priya
M.Tech
Assistant
Professor
Mr. P. Suresh Kumar
M.E
Assistant
Professor
Mr. V.Krishna Kumar
M.E
Mr. S.Prem Kumar
M.E
Ms. S.Sumeetha
M.E
Ms. P.Selvanayaki
M.E
Ms.S.Devipriya
M.E
Ms.N.Vinothaa
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
Ms.A.Shanmugapriya
M.E
26
27
Assistant
Professor
Assistant
Ms.C.V.Vidya Prabha M.C.A., M.E
Professor
Mr. G. Narendran
M.E
Assistant
Professor
M.E
Assistant
Professor
M.E
Assistant
Professor
28
Ms. M.Kiruthika
29
Mrs.Sri Geetha
30
31
Assistant
Professor
Assistant
Professor
Assistant
Professor
Assistant
Professor
Assistant
Professor
Ms.Sruthi
M.E
Assistant
Professor
Computer
Science
& Engineering
Computer
Science
&Engineering
Information
Technology
Computer
Science
& Engineering
Software
Engineering
Software
Engineering
Embedded
Systems
Network
Engineering
Software
Engineering
Computer
Science
& Engineering
Computer
Science
& Engineering
Computer
Science
& Engineering
Computer
Science
& Engineering
Computer
Science
& Engineering
Computer
Science
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& Engineering
Mr.Vishnudurai
Assistant
Professor
M.E
32
Mr.Rajkumar
Assistant
Professor
M.E
33
Computer
Science
& Engineering
Computer
Science
& Engineering
-2M
-2M
PG: M.E- Software Engineering
1
Dr.N.Rajkumar
2
Dr.J.Selvakumar
3
M.E (CSE).,
Ph.D (CSE).,
MBA(HRM)
M.E(CSE).,
Ph.D
Mr.R.Kanagaraj
M.E(CSE).,
Computer
Professor &
Science
Head
& Engineering
Professor
Assistant
Professor
(Sr.)
22 Years
6 Months
Information and
12 Years
Communication
6 months
Engineering
Computer
Science
9 Years
& Engineering
3
-
-
PG: M.E- Computer Science and Engineering
1
2
3
M.E(CSE)
Dr.A.Grace Selvarani
Ph.D
Mrs.M.Karthigha
Ms.C.Ranjani
Ms A.Jeyapriya
M.E
M.E
M.E
4
Computer
Professor &
Science &
Head
Engineering
15Y 2M
Computer and
Assistant
Communication 3Y 6M
Professor
Engineering
Computer
Assistant
1Y 1M
Science
Professor
Engineering
Assistant
Professor
Computer
Science and
Engineering
2
-
-
1M
-
8. Percentage of classes taken by temporary faculty – programme-wise information:
NIL
9. Programme-wise Student Teacher Ratio:
Student-Teacher Ratio (STR)
UG: 15: 1
PG: 12: 1
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UG: B.E- Computer Science and Engineering:
Year
Students
Strength
Total number o f
faculty members
STR
360
24
15 : 1
2012 - 13
360
24
15 : 1
2013 - 14
360
24
15 : 1
2014 - 15
360
29
12 : 1
2015 - 16
420
33
12 : 1
2011 - 12
PG: M.E- Software Engineering
Year
Students
Strength
Total number o f
faculty members
STR
35
3
12:1
2012 - 13
35
3
12:1
2013 - 14
35
3
12:1
2014 - 15
32
3
11:1
2011 - 12
PG: M.E- Computer Science and Engineering
2011 - 12
2012 - 13
2013 - 14
2014 - 15
36
3
12:1
36
3
12:1
48
4
12:1
48
4
12: 1
10. Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff:
sanctioned and filled
Sanctioned
Filled
S.No
UG: B.E- Computer Science and Engineering
1
Academic support staff
5
2
Administrative staff
1
PG: M.E- Software Engineering
1
Academic support staff
1
2
Administrative staff
1
PG: M.E- Computer Science and Engineering
1
Academic support staff
2
2
Administrative staff
1
5
1
1
1
2
1
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11. Number of faculty with ongoing projects from a) national b) international
funding agencies and c) Total grants received. Mention names of funding
agencies and grants received project-wise.
S.No
Investigators/Coor
dinators
Title
Funding
Agency/Scheme
Amount
(Rs.)
Hybrid
Optimization
All India Council
for Technical
4,07,000/
-
Techniques for
Software Test
Case
Generation
Education /
Research
Promotion
Scheme
a) National
1
Dr. M.S. Geetha
Devasena
b) International -
NIL
c) Total
Rs.4,07,000
12. Departmental projects funded by DST-FIST; DBT, ICSSR, etc.; total grants
received:
Name of
Project
RPS
National
Funding
Agency
National
International
Funding
Agency
-
Total
Grant
Recei
ved
Rs.15
Lakhs
Name of
the
Funding
Agency
AICTE
MODROBS National
-
Rs.10
Lakhs
AICTE
RPS
-
Rs. 4.5
Lakhs
AICTE
National
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Details
Year
Status :
Completed
Ref.No.8023/RI
D/RPS/80/11
/12
Dated on
14.02.2012
Status :
Completed
F. NO.: 8024
/RID /BOR /
MOD-822 /
2009-10
Dated on
21.12.2009
Status :
Completed
20122014
20102011
20102012
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Total Grants Received:
Rs. 29.5 Lakhs
13. Research facility / centre with:
S.No
University
1
Anna University, Chennai
Reference
Details
No
S.No.129,
Research
Published in
Centre Code: www.annauniv.edu
4271906
14. Publications:
*
Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals (National /
International)
Please Refer Annexure – I
*
Monographs :
NIL
15.
16.
*
Chapter(s) in Books :
NIL
*
Editing Books :
1
*
Books with ISBN numbers with details of publishers :NIL
*
number listed in International Database (For e.g. Web of Science, Scopus,
Humanities International Complete, Dare Database - International Social
Sciences Directory, EBSCO host, etc.) :
NIL
*
Citation Index – range / average : Min: 1
*
SNIP :NIL
*
SJR :NIL
*
Impact factor – range / average – (25 / 1.7)
*
*
h-index : Min: 1
i10 Index: Min:1
Max:26
Max:27
Max: 2
Details of patents and income generated : NIL
Areas of consultancy and income generated :
S.No
Investigators/Coor
dinators
1
Prof. K.
Manoharan
Professor
Title
Hostel
Administration
System
Funding
Agency/Scheme
SNR Sons Trust /
Project Consultancy
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Am
ount
(Rs.)
1,00,000
/-
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2
Dr.N.Rajkumar,
Professor
Textile
Management System
S & K Apparels,
Tirupur / / Project
Consultancy
3
Dr.N.Rajkumar,
Professor
Payroll Automation
System
Bhishma Agro Food
Products Pvt. Ltd,
Annur, Coimbatore. / /
Project Consultancy
17.
6,000/-
17,000/-
Faculty recharging strategies:
 Incentives for Ph.D holders (Rs.10,000/month) irrespective of their
experience
 Encouraged the faculty members to attend various workshops,
Conferences, FDPs, SDPS.
 Incentives for the consultancy work undertaken
 Incentives for the Research Project works
 Encashment of Earn Leave
 50% of Claim can be provided for the registration fee of FDPs attended
and travel allowance for the outside state / country interaction.
 Industrial visits of the faculty
 Opportunities for interaction with corporate companies and Industries.
18.
Student projects
o
percentage of students who have done in-house projects including
inter-departmental
o
percentage of students doing projects in collaboration with industries
/ institutes
Academic
Total No
No. of InNo.
of
Year
of
House
Industry
Project
projects
&
projects
&
Batches
Percentage
Percentage
2011-2012
44
44 & 100%
2012-2013
45
45 & 100%
2013-2014
50
50 & 100%
2014-2015
53
49 & 92.4%
4 & 7.6
S.No. List of few Industries in which students are
undergoing projects
1.
Infosys Ltd.
2.
Zoho Technologies
3.
Dyan Infotech
4.
Paxterra Solutions
5.
Robert Bosch
6.
Vembu Technologies
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19. Awards / recognitions received at the national and international level by
Faculty & Students :
Please Refer Annexure – II
20. Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops organized and the source of funding
(National
/ International) with details of outstanding participants, if any.
Academic
Title of Project
Funding
Sponsored
Amount
Year
Scheme
Organization
(in Rs.)
National
Conference in
Workshop
Recent Trends in
ISRO
50,000/Sponsorship
2014-2015
Soft Computing
(NCRTSC ‘15)
CSI State Level
Convention &
Convention
CSI
30,000/Golden Jubilee Year
Seminar
Exploring Laptop
Workshop
Servicing &
EDC
386/Sponsorship
Troubleshooting
21. Student profile course-wise:
Selected
Name of the
Course
(refer question no. 2)
UG
BE CSE
Applications
received
Male
Female
Pass percentage
Male
Female
2008-2012
As per Anna
University Norms
67
65
68.65
96.92
2009-2013
As per Anna
University Norms
58
64
75.86
96.87
2010-2014
As per Anna
University Norms
55
85
76.36
95.29
2011-2015
As per Anna
University Norms
65
74
53.84
91.89
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Selected
Name of the
Course
Applications
received
Male
Female
Male
Female
2014 -15
As per Anna
University Norms
5
12
100%
100%
2013-14
As per Anna
University Norms
7
11
100%
100%
2012-13
As per Anna
University Norms
7
10
100%
100%
2011-12
As per Anna
University Norms
6
12
100%
100%
PG
M.E- SE
Name of the
Course
(refer question no. 2)
Selected
Pass percentage
Applications
received
Male
PG:
M.E -CSE
Pass Percentage
Female
Male
Female
2010-2012
As per Anna
University Norms
3
15
100
100
2011-2013
As per Anna
University Norms
5
13
100
100
2012-2014
As per Anna
University Norms
3
21
100
100
2013-2015
As per Anna
University Norms
9
14
100
100
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22.
Diversity of Students
% of
students
from the
college
% of
students
from the
state
% of
students
from other
States
2008-2012
-
99.15
0.84
2009-2013
-
99.07
0.93
2010-2014
-
99.16
0.84
2011-2015
-
99.14
0.86
% of
students
from the
college
% of
students
from the
state
% of
students
from other
States
2010-2012
-
94.22
5.88
2011-2013
11.22
88.88
-
2012-2014
5.88
94.11
-
2013-2015
6.66
93.33
-
% of
students
from the
college
% of
students
from the
state
% of
students
from other
States
2011-2012
-
100
-
2012-2013
4.16
83.33
16.66
2013-2014
12.5
87.5
12.5
2014-2015
16.66
100
-
Name of the Course
(refer question no. 2)
UG
BE - CSE
Name of the Course
(refer question no. 2)
PG:
ME - SE
Name of the Course
(refer question no. 2)
PG:
M.E- CSE
% of
students
from other
countries
NIL
% of
students
from other
countries
NIL
% of
students
from other
countries
NIL
23. How many students have cleared Civil Services, Defense Services, NET,
SLET, GATE and any other competitive examinations?
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Name of the
Exam
GATE
S.No
1.
2011-2012
2012-2013
2013-2014
2014-2015
1
1
-
6
2.
GRE
-
-
-
1
3.
MAT
-
-
1
4
4.
TANCET
3
7
5
-
5.
CAT
3
2
-
-
24. Student progression
Percentage against enrolled
Student progression
2008-2012
2009-2013
2010-2014:
2011-2015:
8.13%
18.44%
UG: B.E – Computer Science and Engineering
UG to PG
5.5%
16.98%
PG to Ph.D.
NIL
Employed
 Campus selection

68.8%
46.22%
55.28%
71.84%
Other than campus
recruitment
20.18%
18.86%
8.94%
14.56%
Entrepreneurs
7.33%
10.37%
8.94%
-
25. Diversity of staff
Percentage of faculty who are graduates of
Parent University
Other University
UG
50
50
PG.
90.625
9.375
26. Number of faculty who were awarded Ph.D., D.Sc. and D.Litt. during the
assessment period: 5 faculty members are awarded Ph.D.
S.No
Faculty Name
Year of
completion
University
1
Dr.J.Selvakumar
Professor
2013
Anna University Chennai
2
Dr. M. Suresh Kumar
Professor CSE
2013
Anna University Chennai
3
Dr. M.S. Geetha
Devasena Professor
2013
Anna University Chennai
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CSE
4
Dr. B. Mathivanan,
Associate Professor CSE
2013
Anna University Chennai
5
Dr. P. Perumal,
Professor CSE
2014
Anna University Chennai
27. Present details about infrastructural facilities
a) Department Library
UG: B.E – Computer Science and Engineering
No. of Books
1770
Journals
Nil
No. of CD‘S
39
Online journal (AICTE
approved)
6
PG: M.E – Software Engineering
No. of Books
643
No. of CD‘S
10
Online journal (AICTE
approved)
6
PG: M.E – Computer Science and
Engineering
No. of Books
506
Journals
Nil
No. of CD‘S
-
Online journal (AICTE
approved)
6
b) Internet facilities for staff and students : BSNL – 100Mbps , AIRTEL –
10Mbps
c) Total number of class rooms :
13
d) Class rooms with ICT facility :
11
e) Students‘ laboratories :
f) Research laboratories :
12
04
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S.No
Name of the Lab
Total Cost
Rs. 11,46,500/-
1.
Computer Lab I
2.
Computer Lab II
Rs. 9,89,450/-
3.
Computer Lab III
Rs. 9,19.500/-
4.
Computer Lab IV
Rs. 8,11,050/-
5.
Computer Lab V
Rs. 8,07,200/-
6.
Computer Lab VI
7.
Computer Lab VII
Rs. 9,54,398/-
8.
Computer Lab VIII
Rs. 8,99,876/-
9.
MODROB‘S Lab
10.
RPS Lab
11
Computer Laboratory
12
Research Laboratory
Rs. 11,85,616.66/-
Rs. 12,71,216/Rs. 9,65,315/Rs. 8,25,080/Rs. 9,69,800/-
28. Number of students of the department getting financial assistance from
College. :
- Every Year, Two students from III BE-CSE getting Preethi Memorial
Scholarship, established by the Parents of CSE student
- Every Year, Nine students from the department getting Scholarships from
SREC Alumni Association.
- Apart from this, Students are receiving BC, SC/ST scholarships from the
Government
29. Was any need assessment exercise undertaken before the development of new
program(s)? If so, give the methodology. Yes
 Assessment Committee is being carried out the work of offering new
program based on various domain information.
 In regards, ground works such as referring various programmes offered
by leading international universities, and interaction with known
academicians and scientists etc.
 Feedback obtained from Industry Experts, Alumni and other
stakeholders.
 These suggestions are considered in Board of Studies and
recommendations are placed before the academic council for approval
with or without modifications for implementation.
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30.
a.
Does the department obtain feedback from faculty on curriculum as well as
teaching-learning-evaluation? Yes,
Department Assessment Committee has arranged a meeting once in a
semester and discusses about the faculty feedback on individual courses
and their reviews will be forwarded to the advisory committee. The
Advisory Committee will share their suggestions with the head of the
department and make some improvements if needed and will be
forwarded the suggestions to Board of Studies.
b.
Students on staff, curriculum as well as teaching-learning-evaluation and
what is the response of the department to the same? Yes,
Department Assessment Committee collected the feedback from
students on faculty and course end survey once in a semester and discusses
about the student feedback and course end survey on individual courses
and their reviews will be forwarded to the advisory committee. The
Advisory Committee will share their suggestions with the head of the
department and the necessary actions will be taken by head of the
department.
c.
alumni and employers on the programmes and what is the response of the
department to the same?
Alumni and employers feedback on the curriculum and syllabus are
considered and presented to board of studies and forwarded to academic
council for approval. Modifications will be done in the curriculum based on
the alumni and employer survey. Additional courses will be conducted to
bridge the gap between curriculum and current trend in the industry.
31. List the distinguished alumni of the department (maximum 10)
Year of
S.No Name of alumni
Current Position
Organization
Study/Branch
Toshiba Software (India)
1
S.Balachandher
1994-1998, CSE
Project Manager
Ltd
2
Mr. Kumar Raja
1994-1998, CSE
Sr. Architect
SAP India, Bangaloru
Technical
3
N.Shanmugaraja
1994-1998, CSE
HP India Ltd, Bangaloru
Architect
Senior Technical
4
Seetharaman
1994-1998,CSE
Infosys Ltd, Bangalore
Manager
Interglobe Technologies,
5
Santhosh Kumar
1994-1998, CSE
Project Manager Kansas City, Missouri,
USA
Anandaraj
Wipro Technologies,
6
1995-1999, CSE
Architect
Thangappan
Bangalore
7
S. Senthil
1996-2000, CSE
Senior Manager
CTS, Bangaluru
8
Aparna Ranish
1996-2000, CSE
Business
JAS Business Systems,
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S.No
Name of alumni
Year of
Study/Branch
9
V.Kathiravan
1999-2003, CSE
10
C.Mahesh Singh
1994-1998,CSE
11
Venkatesan.R
1997-2001,CSE
Current Position
Development
Manager
Senior Team
Lead
Principal
Engineer
Architect
Senior Archiect,
Organization
Qatar
IBM India Pvt Ltd
Dell Force 10 Networks
R&D,Chennai
Oracle India Ltd
32. Give details of student enrichment programmes (special lectures / workshops
/ seminar) with external experts.
Please Refer Annexure – III
33. List the teaching methods adopted by the faculty for different programmes.
Apart from regular teaching through black board, interactive sessions are
arranged through Quiz, Tutorials etc.
Value Added courses are conducted every semester as beyond the curriculum.
Modeling and Illustrative teaching aids like Webinar, EDUSAT and NPTEL
materials are used for teaching – learning process.
Students actively participates in Technical Symposium and Paper Presentation
and seminars
Elevating Slow Learners by conducting Special Classes.
In addition industrial visits, in plant training, visits to technical exhibitions
and participations in quiz programme are regularly arranged.
34. How does the department ensure that programme objectives are constantly
met and learning outcomes monitored?
Department Assessment Committee has arranged a meeting once in a
semester and discusses about the assessment and student understanding level
of individual courses and their reviews will be forwarded to the advisory
committee. The Advisory Committee will share their suggestions with the
head of department and make the necessary enhancements based on the
necessity and will be forwarded the suggestions to Board of Studies.
35. Highlight the participation of students and faculty in extension activities.
o Students are participated in the Extension Activities through NSS,
Red Ribbon Club Tamil Mandram and Fine Arts Club regularly.
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o Faculty members are doing consultancy services and research on
issues like storage management, Internet of Things, etc.
36. State whether the programme/ department is accredited/ graded by other
agencies. Give details.
S.No. Department
Accredited Year
Agency
1
B.E - CSE
2003 – Accredited first time for a period of 3 Years
NBA
2003-2006
F.No: NBA/ACCR-203/2003 dated 22/12/2003
2
2007 - Re accredited for a period of 3 Years
NBA
B.E - CSE
2007-2010
F.No: NBA/ACCR-203/2003 dated 22 May 2007
3
2012 - Re accredited for a period of 2 years
NBA
B.E - CSE
2012-2014
F.No: 33-152/2010/NBA dated Sep. 2012
4
ISO certified from 2011
ISO
B.E - CSE
Issue : 5.0/17-6-2015
4
M.E. Software Accredited for a period of 3 Years,
NBA
th
Engineering File No: 33-152/2010/NBA,dated 28 March 2012
5
M.E Software
ISO
Issue : 5.0/17-6-2015
Engineering
37. Detail any five Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Challenges (SWOC)
of the department
Strengths:







Qualified and highly experienced Faculty members
NBA Accredited from 2003
ISO Certified from 2011
Approved Research Department under Anna University with Well
equipped laboratories (AICTE funded Lab also)
Value Added Courses to increase the skill levels for better
employability
Industry Institution Interaction
MoUs with leading industries for placement, summer internship and
projects
Weaknesses:
 Research Funded projects counts to be improved
 Consultancy works from Industry to be improved.
 Lack of patent and revenue generation
 Lack of Books/Manuscript publication
Opportunities:
 Pursuing additional funding
 An effort for better research work.
 Students were placed in core companies and software companies
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through campus/off campus placement.
Student‘s projects internship is encouraged in industries.
Students‘ participation in various intercollegiate competitions
Increasing research and education
Interaction with Industries




Challenges:
 Ongoing recession both in Industry and Teaching Positions
 Improvise the research and development activities.
 Coping with rapid changing in technology and the industrial
requirements to improve the employability of the students.
 To enhance number of students opting for entrepreneurship.
 Too many programs in the state competing for students
38. Future plans of the department.
- To implement choice based credit system.
- To develop linkage with industry to achieve excellence in research and
consultancy
Practices.
- Get more funded projects from government organizations such DST, AICTE
etc.
- Interdisciplinary collaboration between different department‘s students for
project
development and knowledge exchange.
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ANNEXURE – I
PUBLICATIONS
S.No
*
Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals (National /
International)
Academic year: 2012-2013 : Total Papers Published - 14
National/internationa
Name with
l/ Journals
Year/month/volum
Title of the article
designation
conferences - with
e/issue/page
details of organizers
UG: B.E- Computer Science and Engineering
1
Prof.M.S.Geetha
Devesena
Associate
Professor
Prof. P. Perumal
2
3
Associate
Professor
Prof.B.Mathivana
n
Associate
Professor
Code Detection and
Evaluation Using Search
Based Refactoring
International Journal
of Computer Trends
and Technology
2013/44/4/4/796799
MLK-means-A hybrid
Machine Learning Based
k-means Clustering
Algorithm for Document
Clustering
International Journal
of Computer Science
2012//9/5/164-173
Concept based document
similarity based on suffix
tree document clustering
International Journal
of Computer Science
& Engineering
Technology
2012/3/10/470-475
An Improved hybrid kmeans Clustering
Algorithm using Machine
Wulfenia Journal
Learning and von MisesFisher methods for
Document Clustering
2012/10/19/10/5172
Multidimensional Hand
Geometry based
Biometrics Verification
and Recognition System
International Journal
of emerging
Technology and
Advanced
engineering
2012/7/2/7/348354
A Hybrid Model for
Human Recognition
System using Hand
Dorsum Geometry and
Journal of Computer
Science
2012/11/8/11/181
4-1821
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Mrs. R. Kingsy
Grace
Assistant
Professor
4
Mrs.
R.Madhumathi
Assistant
Professor
5
Finger Knuckle Print
High Spatial Resolution
Remote Sensing Image
Segmentation Using
Marker Based Watershed
Algorithm
A Survey on Medical
Image Retrieval
Implementation in Data
Grid
A Survey on Grid
Simulators
Journal of Academia
and Industrial
Research
2012/10/257-260
International Journal
of Engineering and
Technology
2012/12/1/10
International Journal
of Computer Science
and Information
Technology &
Security
2012/12/2/6/12241230
Research Issues and
Challenges in Grid
CSI Whizkidd
2012/12/2/5
Rank Based Web Service
Aggregation
International Journal
of Computer
Applications in
Engineering Sciences
2012/9/2/3/189193
PG: M.E- Software Engineering
S.No
6
7
National/internationa
l/ Journals
conferences - with
details of organizers
Year/month/volum
e/issue/page
Name with
designation
Title of the article
Dr.N.Rajkumar
Professor &
HOD
Virtual Machine
Placement in Virtualized
Cloud
International Journal
of Computer
Engineering and
Technology (IJCET)
2012/12/3/3
Dr.N.Rajkumar
Professor &
HOD
Dropping False Packet to
Increase the Network
Lifetime of Wireless
Sensor Network using
EFDD Protocol
International
Springer Journal on
Wireless Personal
Communications
2012/07
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International Journal
of Computer
Applications
60(18):10-14,
Published by
Foundation of
Computer Science,
New York, USA
Dr.N.Rajkumar
Professor &
HOD
Efficient Migration - A
Leading Solution for
Server Consolidation
9
Dr.N.Rajkumar
Professor &
HOD
An Integrated Approach
for Measuring Semantic
International Arab
2013/02
Similarity between
Journal of Information
Words and Sentences
Technology (IAJIT)
Using Web Search Engine
10.
Model Based Tect Case
Generation from Natural
Language Requirements
Dr.J.Selvakumar And Inconsistency,
Incompletness Detection
Professor
in Natural Language
Using Model- Checking
Approach
11.
An Investigation on
Dr.J.Selvakumar Estimating Demand Data
and Semantic Resource
Professor
allocation
International Journal
of Computer Trends
and Technology
2013/4/4/531- 535
12.
Web Image Search for
Dr.J.Selvakumar Bag Based Re-Ranking
Professor
Using GMI Method
International Journal
of Logistics , Supply
Chain and
Management
2012/4/1/21-27
8
2012/12
International Journal
of Advanced Research
in Computer
2013/2/4/1565
Engineering &
1573
Technology
PG: M.E- Computer Science and Engineering
13.
Mr.B.Saravana
Balaji
14.
A Survey on Semantic
Web Service Discovey
Methods PGGRS
International Journal
Of Computer
applications
2013/11/82/11/811
From Data warehouses to
Streaming Warehouses:A
Survey On the
Challenges for Real-Time
Data Warehousing And
Available Solutions.
International Journal
Of Computer
applications
2013/11/81/2/1518
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S.N
o
Academic year: 2013-2014 : Total Papers Published - 38
National/internationa
Name with
l/ Journals
Title of the article
designation
conferences - with
details of organizers
Year/month/volum
e/issue/page
1
Dr. M.S.Geetha
Devasena
Associate
Professor
Code Detection and
Evaluation Using Search
Based Refactoring
International Journal
of Computing Trends
and Technology
2013/04/4/4/796799
2
Dr.M.Suresh
Kumar
Professor
EHRP: Evolutionary
Hybrid Routing
Algorithm for Wireless
Sensor Network
International Journal
of Engineering
Research &
Technology
2014/05/03/5/823826
3
Dr.P.Perumal
Associate
Professor
An Enhanced Document
Clustering Approach
using Optimization
International Journal
of Engineering and
Advanced
Technology
2013/07/1/3/1-7
Dr.P.Mathiyalag
an
Associate
Professor
Hybridization of
Modified ANT Colony
Optimization and
Intelligent Water Drops
Algorithm for Job
Scheduling in
Computational Grid
International Journal
on Soft Computing
2013/10/04/01/65
1-655
Modified Aco Algorithm
For Resource
Allocation In Cloud
Computing
Environment
International Journal
of Scientific &
Engineering Research
2014/02/5/2/16681671
International Journal
of Computer Science
Information and
Engineering
2014/05/02/04/1-4
International Journal
of Scientific &
Engineering Research
2013/06/4/6/72-75
4
5
6
R.Madhumathi
Assistant
Professor (Sl.G)
Mr.R.Vijayakum
ar
Assistant
Professor (SG)
SLA Based Multilateral
Negotiation Approach
Using Adaptive and
Intelligent Strategy
Selection Algorithm
Secure On-Demand
Routing Protocol Using
Friendship Mechanism
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EHRP: Evolutionary
Hybrid Routing
Algorithm for Wireless
Sensor Network
7
8
9
Mrs.R.Anuradha
Assistant
Professor (SG)
Mrs.R.Kingsy
Grace
Assistant
Professor (SG)
Mrs.G.Rathi
Assistant
professor (SG)
Privacy Preserving
Outsourcing for Frequent
Itemset Mining
Dynamic Replica
Placement and Selection
Strategies in Data Grids –
A Comprehensive Survey
Medical Image Retrieval
System in Grid using
Hapoop Framework
Credit Card Endorsement
using Biometrics in
Cloud Computing
Mr.A.Bharanidhr
an
Assistant
Professor (SG)
Attention Towards
Selfish Nodes Over A
Manet
Using Arti-Q Technique
11
Mr.S.Premkumar
Assistant
Professor
Optimal Contrast
Grayscale Visual
Cryptography with
Modified Multi-secret
Sharing for Secure
Application
12
Mr.S.Suresh
Kumar
Assistant
Professor
Medical Image Retrieval
System in Grid using
Hadoop Framework
10
International Journal
of Engineering
Research &
Technology
2014/05/03/5/823826
International Journal
of Innovative
Research in Computer
and Communication
Engineering
2014/03/02/01/38
67-3873
International Journal
of Parallel and
Distributed
Computing
2014/02/74/2/209
9-2108
IEEE
2014/04/144-148
International Journal
of Advanced
Electrical and
Electronics
Engineering
2013/02/2/2/109114
International Journal
of Innovative
Research in Computer
and Communication
Engineering
2014/03/02/01/29
38-2945
International Journal
of Engineering
Research and
Applications
2014/04/04/04/10
3-106
IEEE
2014/04/144-148
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Intellectual Mobile Data
Gathering Mechanisms In
Wireless Sensor
Networks
International Journal
OF Computer Science
Information AND
Engineering
Technologies
2014/05/04/01/1-4
International Journal
OF Computer Science
Information AND
Engineering
Technologies
2014/05/04/01/1-4
13
Mr.C.Zephyrin
Sinnappar
Assistant
Professor
14
Mrs. C.V.Vidya
prabha
Assistant
Professor
Intellectual Mobile Data
Gathering Mechanisms In
Wireless Sensor
Networks
15
Mr.P.Suresh
Kumar
Assistant
Professor
SLA Based Multilateral
Negotiation Approach
Using Adaptive and
Intelligent Strategy
Selection Algorithm
International Journal
of Computer Science
Information and
Engineering
2014/05/02/04/1-4
16
Mrs.S.Ezhilin
Freeda
Assistant
Professor
SLA Based Multilateral
Negotiation Approach
Using Adaptive and
Intelligent Strategy
Selection Algorithm
International Journal
of Computer Science
Information and
Engineering
2014/05/02/04/1-4
17
Ms.S.Sumeetha
Assistant
Professor
GA Based Replica
Selection in Data Grid
IEEE
201/05/1-4
18
Ms.P.Selvanayak
i
Assistant
Professor
GA Based Replica
Selection in Data Grid
IEEE
201/05/1-4
19
Mr.V.Krishna
Kumar
Assistant
Professor
EHRP: Evolutionary
Hybrid Routing
Algorithm for Wireless
Sensor Network
International Journal
of Engineering
Research &
Technology
2014/05/03/5/823826
PG: M.E- Software Engineering
20
Dr.N.Rajkumar
Professor &
HOD
Information Retrieval
using Second order Co
occurrence PMI
International Journal of
Information Technology
2013/06/9/3
& Computer Science
(IJITCS)
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21
22
Dr.N.Rajkumar
Professor &
HOD
Dr.N.Rajkumar
Professor &
HOD
Nanotechnology
Integrated Routing
Protocol Design for
MANET based Collision
Molecular
Communication
International Journal of
Information Technology
2013/06/9/3
& Computer Science
(IJITCS)
International Springer
SCT Based Adaptive Data Journal on Wireless
Aggregation for Wireless
Personal
Sensor Networks
Communications
2014//75/4/2121
-2133.
Dr.J.Selvakumar
Professor
M.E (S.E)
Advanced Matching
Technique For Trustrace
To Improve The
Accuracy Of
Requirement
International Journal of
Innovative Research in
Science, Engineering
and Technology
Dr.J.Selvakumar
Professor
M.E (S.E)
Intelligent Software
Effort Estimation through
a Multiple comparisons
Algorithm
International Journal of
Innovative Research in
Science, Engineering
and Technology
Dr.J.Selvakumar
Professor
M.E (S.E)
Extended Scrum method
of Agile Practice For
Small Scale Project
Developmen
International Journal of
Innovative Research in
Science, Engineering
and Technology
Dr.J.Selvakumar
Professor
M.E (S.E)
A Neighbor Coverage
International Journal of
Based Probabilistic
Rebroadcast for Reducing Modern Engineering
Routing Overhead in
Research
Mobile Ad Hoc Networks
2014/4/1
27
Dr.J.Selvakumar
Professor
M.E (S.E)
Enhancing Agile
Software Development
using Cloud Computing:
A Case Study
International Journal of
Research in
Management &
Business Studies
2014/1/1
28
Dr.J.Selvakumar
Professor
M.E (S.E)
Improving Link Stability
and Energy Saving in
Mobile AdHoc Networks
International Journal of
Computer Engineering
and Applications
2014
23
24
25
26
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2014/2/3/1
2014/2/3/1
2014/2/3/1
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30
31
R.Kanagaraj
Assistant
Professor(Sr.Gr)
Test Case Generation
Based on Adaptive
Random Border
Centroidal Voronoi
Tessellation
R.Kanagaraj
Assistant
Professor(Sr.Gr)
A Secured Web Based
Health Care Platform
Incorporating Naïve
Bayes Classifier
R.Kanagaraj
Assistant
Professor(Sr.Gr)
Mobile Data Gathering
Technique by Avoiding
Spatially Correlated Data
in WSN
International journal of
research in Computer
applications and
robotics(IJRCAR)
2014/03/2/3/232
0-7345
International Journal for
Computer Applications
2014/03/89/14/(
(IJCA).
0975 – 8887)
International journal of
research in Computer
applications and
robotics(IJRCAR),
2014/03/2/3/232
0-7345
PG: M.E- Computer Science and Engineering
International
Journal
Applied
Engineering
Research
32
Service-Query
Concept
Similarity
based
Service
Mr.B.Saravana
Balaji, Assistant recommendation System For
Cloud Services using Cloud
Professor
Service Ontology.
33
Mr.B.Saravana
Balaji
Assistant
Professor
A Survey On Plagiarism
Detection
34
Mr.B.Saravana
Balaji
Assistant
Professor
International
Journal of
Energy –Efficient PSO and
Computer
Latency based Group Discovery
Science
Algorithm in Cloud Scheduling.
Information and
Engineering
35
Dr.A.Grace
Selvarani,
Professor &
HOD
Secure and Efficient Dynamic
Data Operations In Cloud
Computing
of
International
Journal of
Computer
Application
Australian
Journal Of Basic
and Applied
Science
Sri Ramakrishna Engineering College – NAAC – SSR (Self Study Report)
2014/10/09/9/22
/11947-11959
2014/01/86/19/2
1-23
2014/9/10/
2014/8/15
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36
37
38
S.N
o
1
2
Dr.A.Grace
Selvarani,
Professor &
HOD
A Novel Reversible Data hiding
technique based on histogram
shifting and efficient use of
location map
International
Journal of
Computer
Application
2014/ /89/1
Dr.A.Grace
Selvarani,
Professor &
HOD
Mitigating Insider Threat and
Avoiding Unauthorized
Knowledge Acquirement using
Acquitance Based Threat
Prediction Graph.
International
Journal of
Computer
Application
2014/ /90/9
Dr.A.Grace
Selvarani,
Professor &
HOD
A Novel Approach For
Exploting Similarity Based
Video Annotation Utilizing
Visualnet.
International
Journal of
Mulidisciplinary
research In
Engineering
2014/ /01/01
Academic year: 2014-2015: Total Papers Published - 26
National/internationa
Name with
l/ Journals
Title of the article
designation
conferences - with
details of organizers
Mrs.R.Kingsy
Grace
Assistant
Professor (SG)
Mr.R.Vijayakum
ar
Assistant
Professor (SG)
S.Premkumar
Assistant
Professor (OG)
V.Krishna
Kumar
Assistant
Professor (OG)
Year/month/volum
e/issue/page
Data Access Prediction
and Optimization in Data
Grid Using SVM and
AHL Classifications
International Review
on Computer and
Software
2014/07/09/07/11
88-1194
Energy Efficient Data
Placement Algorithm for
Cloud Data Center
Elsevier
2014/08/05/923927
Steganography Using
Target Pixels combined
with PSNR and Visual
Cryptography for Secure
Application
International Journal
of Advance
Information and
Communication
Technology
2014/10/01/06/49
9-502
PG: M.E- Software Engineering
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3
International Journal
of Association for the
Performance Analysis on Advancement
of
Dr.N.Rajkumar
and 2014/09
Professor
& Graph Base Information Modelling
Retrieval
Approaches‖
Simulation
HOD
Techniques
in
Enterprises (AMSE),
Dr.J.Selvakumar
Professor
Ontological
based
International Journal
Requirements
2015/10/9/8355of
Applied
Engineering
with
8358
Engineering Research
Inconsistency Checking
5
Dr.J.Selvakumar
Professor
An Efficient and Novel
Key
Establishment
International Journal
Scheme
for
Internet
of
Computer 2015/114/15/35-39
Enabled Wireless Sensor
Applications
Network in the Context
of IOT
6
Dr.J.Selvakumar
Professor
International Journal
Impact of Social Media in of
Buisness
and
2014/3/5
Banking
Administration
Research Review
R.Kanagaraj
Assistant
Professor(Sr.Gr)
Automatic
Obligation
Generation and Monitor
System for Privacy Policy
to DBMS
4
7
International Journal
2015/03/114/9
of
Computer
Applications (0975 –
8887)
PG: M.E- Computer Science and Engineering
8
9
10
Dr.A.Grace
Selvarani
Professor &
HOD
Dr.A.Grace
Selvarani
Professor &
HOD
Dr.A.Grace
Selvarani
Performance Of GRNN
Classifier Used In Pap
Smear Test On Cervical
Cell
Efficient Routing In ZigBee Wireless Network
Using Shortcut Tree
Routing
Secure Multi-Party
International Journal
Of Applied
Engineering &
Research (Annexure
II)
2015/5/10/10/243
13-24322
International Journal
Of Computer
Applications (IJCA)
2015/5/117/2/2328
International Journal
Of Applied
2015/5/10/38/286
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Professor &
HOD
11
12
13
14
15
Dr.A.Grace
Selvarani
Professor &
HOD
Dr.A.Grace
Selvarani
Professor &
HOD
Dr.A.Grace
Selvarani
Professor &
HOD
B.Saravana Balaji
Asst. Professor
B.Saravana Balaji
Asst. Professor
Engineering &
Research (Annexure
II)
46-28651
International Journal
Of Computer Sciences
And Engineering
2015/5/3/3/201206
International Journal
Of Applied
Engineering &
Research (Annexure
II)
2015/5/10/7/1843
3-18444
Semantic Web Service
Selection System For
Supporting Natural
Language Processing
International Journal
Of Applied
Engineering &
Research (Annexure
II)
2015/5/10/21/201
22-20128
Evaluation of Online
Reputation Systems in
Real Time Application
International Journal
of Applied
Engineering Research
2015/5/10/55
A Framework design for
Conceptual Similarity
based Web Service
Recommendation System
International Journal
Of Applied
Engineering &
Research (Annexure
II)
2015/5/10/21/201
85-20190
Algorithm Formining Of
Association Rules In
Horizontally Partitioned
Database
Improving Energy
Efficiency By Using TreeBased Routing Protocol
For Wireless Sensor
Network
Load Balancing Of Tasks
In Cloud Computing
Environments Using
Modified Artificial Bee
Colony (MABC)
Algorithm
2015/114/15/30-34
16
17
B.Saravana Balaji
Asst. Professor
M.Karthigha
Context Aware Web
Service Discovery for
Service Composition
using Term Expansion
and Context Analysis
International Journal
of Computer
Applications
Concept term and QOS
based selection ofWeb
International Journal
of Applied
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2015/5/10/55
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18
Asst. Professor
Service
Engineering Research
M.Karthigha
Message Matching-based
Artificial Bee Colony
based Behavior Detection
in Delay Tolerant
Networks
International Journal
of Computer
Applications
2015/3/114/16/4651
Improving Network
Performance using an
Intrusion detection and
adaptive response
approach for MANETS
International Journal
of Engineering And
Computer Science
2015/3/4/3/1074310749
A Mechanism to Preserve
Private Data in Social
Networking System
International Journal
of Computer
Applications
2015/2/111/16/3539
Two channel noninteractive multi-level
key establishment for
bundle security protocol
of delay tolerant
networks.
International journal
of science, technology
and Management
2015/3/4
Enhanced DSR Protocol
for detection and
exclusion of selective
Black hole attack in
MANET
International Journal
of Computer
Applications (IJCA)
2015/2/112/14/3235
A Web search engine
approach for knowledge
based Information
Retrieval
International Journal
of Applied
Engineering &
Research (Annexure
II)
2015/5/10/55/140
0-1405
Multi-view Document
Clustering with different
similarity measurements
International Journal
of Advanced
Technology in
2015/3/3/1/12721283
Asst. Professor
M.Karthigha
19
Asst. Professor
M.Karthigha
20
Asst. Professor
M.Karthigha
Asst. Professor
21
C.Ranjani
Asst. Professor
22
C.Ranjani
23
Asst. Professor
C.Ranjani
24
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Asst. Professor
via Ensemble
Engineering and
Science (IJATES)
C.Ranjani
Context based Page
Ranking algorithm for
Efficient Information
Retrieval
International Journal
of Applied
Engineering &
Research (Annexure
II)
2015/3/10/55
A Novel Multiple View
Clustering Using TW-kMeans Algorithm
International Journal
of Scientific
Engineering and
Research (IJSER)
2015/2/3/2/9-14
Asst. Professor
C.Ranjani
26
Asst. Professor
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ANNEXURE – II
AWARDS & RECOGNITIONS
Faculty: Awards
S.No.
1.
Academic
Year
2014-15
2.
1.
Faculty Name
Mrs.R.Anuradha
Mrs.G.Rathi
2015-16
Ms.N.Vinothaa
2.
Ms.P.Selvanayaki
3.
Ms.S.Sumeetha
Journal/Conference Reviewers:
S.No.
Faculty Name
1.
Dr.P.Perumal
2
Name of the
Program
Infosys Campus
Connect faculty
partnership
model
Dr. B.Mathivanan
Name of the Program
KNOSYS, IET Image Processing,
WSEAS
Review
of
Information
Engineering and Applications,
reviewer,
IEEE
Conference
on
Processing 2015.
3
4
Dr.P.Mathiyalagan
Mrs.R.Anuradha
Award
Received
Silver
Medal
Bronze
medal
Bronze
medal
Bronze
medal
Bronze
medal
international
Information
ICACNI, SIPIJ, GJCST
International Conference
IEEE Systems Journal, USA
5
Dr.N.Rajkumar
International Journal of Computers
and Electrical Engineering,
Elsevier, USA
International Journal of Computers
and Applications, ACTA Press /
IASTED, Canada.
International Journal of
Information Technology (IJIT),
Singapore.
International Journal of Computer
Information Systems, USA.
Editorial Board Member / Journal
of Engineering Students,
Hyderabad, India.
6
o
Dr. J.Selvakumar
Doctoral / post doctoral fellows :
Reviewer, International Conference
NIL
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Students: Awards
Academic year: 2014-2015
S.
No
1. .
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Name of
the
Student(s)
1201033
Coimbatore
Institute of
Engineering and
Technology
Sunesh.G
1201148
United Institute
of Tech,
Coimbatore
30-01-2015
Praveen
Kumar.S
1201101
United Institute
of Tech
30-01-2015
Coding
contest
Best Individual
Performer
1201157
United Institute
of Tech
30-01-2015
Coding
contest
Best Individual
Performer
Saargunam.
R.V
1201121
United Institute
of Tech
30-01-2015
Coding
contest
Best Individual
Performer
Varun .R.R
1201153
United Institute
of Tech
30-01-2015
Coding
contest
Best Individual
Performer
Coding
contest
III- Place
Vignesh.G
7.
Saargunam.
R.V
8.
Saargunam.
R.V
9.
10.
Award/
Roll No
Kavin. K
Varun .R.R
Varun .R.R
1201121
1201121
Coimbatore
Institute of
Technology
Coimbatore
Institute of
Technology
1201153
Coimbatore
Institute of
Technology
1201153
Coimbatore
Institute of
Technology
Period/
Date
Nature of the
Event
Details of the
Organizer
08-08-2014
24-01-2015
Paper
Presentation
Coding
contest
Remarks
II- Place
Best Individual
Performer
Quiz
24-01-2015
24-01-2015
I- Place
Coding
contest
III- Place
Quiz
24-01-2015
Sri Ramakrishna Engineering College – NAAC – SSR (Self Study Report)
I- Place
Page 164
11.
Vignesh
Kumar.K
1201155
1201157
12.
Vignesh.G
R.S.Navneet
h
13.
14.
Coimbatore
Institute of
Technology
Tatona
23-01-2015
II- Place
Coimbatore
Institute of
Technology
24-01-2015
HR Cube, USA
23 & 24-052015
HR Cube, USA
23 & 24-052015
Quiz
I- Place
1301054
P.Hari
Prasath
1301025
Vignesh.G
1201157
D.Balamura
li
1201007
Internet
Applications
Algorithm
design
I Place
III Place
Academic year: 2013-2014
S.
No
Name of
the
Student(s)
1. 1 S.Sinduja
.
2.
R.R.Varun
Roll No
1201137
Details of the
Organizer
PSG College of
Technology,
Period/
Date
Nature of the
Event
Award/
Remarks
Quiz
28-02-14
I- Place
Coimbatore
1201153
PSG College of
Technology,
Code Divulge
28-02-14
II- Place
Coimbatore
3.
G.Vignesh
1201157
PSG College of
Technology,
Code Divulge
28-02-14
II- Place
Coimbatore
4.
Aishwary
a.R
1101158
Dr.Mahalingam
College of
Engineering and
Technology,
20-2-14 to
22-2-14
Paper
Presentation
Sri Ramakrishna Engineering College – NAAC – SSR (Self Study Report)
I-Place
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Coimbatore
1101142
5.
Sujithra.K
6.
R.V.Saarg
unam
7.
S.Praveen
Kumar
8.
V.Sudhars
an Balaji
9.
1201121
Dr.Mahalingam
College of
Engineering and
Technology,
Coimbatore
Kumaraguru
College of
Technology
1201101
Kumaraguru
College of
Technology
1201146
Rotract Club of
PSG
D.Janani
1001032
M.Geetha
1001024
J.Mahitha
1001043
20-2-14 to
22-2-14
ElsevierEmerging
Research in
Computing,
Information,
Communication
and Applications
Paper
Presentation
I-Place
Code Whiz
14-2-14
III- Place
Code Whiz
14-2-14
III- Place
25-01-14
to 26-0114
Elsevier
Publicatio
ns 2014
Quiz
III-Place
Paper
Presentation
Published
Academic year: 2012-2013
S.
No
Name of the
Student(s)
1.
R.Tamizh
Chelvam
2.
Samyuktha.N
3.
C.Keerthana
Roll
No
Details of the
Organizer
PSGR Krishnammal
1001146 College for Women,
Coimbatore
A.D.Shroff Memorial
1001120
Trust, Mumbai
SNS College of
1001038 Engineering
Coimbatore
Period/
Date
19 .12.2012
24 .01.2013
Nature of
the Event
Code
Debugging
Elocution
Paper
15.02. 2013 Presentation
Sri Ramakrishna Engineering College – NAAC – SSR (Self Study Report)
Award/
Remarks
Winner
1st Place
1ST Place
Page 166
Paper
15.02. 2013 Presentation
1ST Place
Paper
Presentation
1ST Place
4.
B.Chitramani
SNS College of
1001014 Engineering
Coimbatore
5.
N.P.Gowri
Priya
SNS College of
1001027 Engineering
Coimbatore
15 .02.
2013
6.
S.Shalini
SNS College of
1001126 Engineering,
Coimbatore
15 .02.
2013
7.
Dr.Mahalingam
College of
S.Shanmugam 1001127 Engineering and
Technology,
Coimbatore
8.
G.Vijay
Paper
Presentation
1st Place
Code
Debugging
28 .02.
2013
2nd Place
Dr.Mahalingam
28 .02.
1001155 College of
2013
Engineering and
Technology,
ANNEXURE – III
Coimbatore
Code
Debugging
3rd Place
STUDENT ENRICHMENT PROGRAMMES
Date
S.N
o
Academi
c Year
Professional
Society
(DD/MM/
Type of the
Event
Title of the
Event
YY)
1.
CSI Student
Branch
13/07/201
3
Workshop
Phython and
Version
Control
Systems
2.
2012-2013
3.
ACE
19/07/201
2
Guest
Lecture
Role of
Engineers in
Nation
Building
FOSS CLUB
06/08/201
Guest
Application
Sri Ramakrishna Engineering College – NAAC – SSR (Self Study Report)
Chief Guest
Name,
Designation and
Address
Mr. Kenneth
Gonsalves
Founder President
Indian Phython
Software Society
Mr.M.settu,
CEO, Syndicate
Exports Pvt Ltd
President,
Coimbatore
Productivity
Council
Dr.R.Pradeep
Page 167
2
Lecture
Developmen
t Using Foss
4.
CSI Student
Branch
24/08/201
2
Seminar
Ethical
Hacking and
Information
Security‖
ACE
01/10/201
2
Technical
Seminar
Android and
its
Applications
ACE
28/12/201
2
Technical
Seminar
Microsoft
Technologies
CSI Student
Branch
01/02/201
3
Technical
Symposium
Techfest –
2013
ACE
19/01/201
3
Workshop
Windows
Phone
ACE
13/02/201
3
Technical
Talk
Current
Trends in IT
ACE
23/02/201
3
Guest
Lecture
Memory
Techniques
FOSS CLUB
05/03/201
3
Guest
Lecture
Big Data and
Foss
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
Sri Ramakrishna Engineering College – NAAC – SSR (Self Study Report)
Kumar
Director
Amphisoft
Technologies
Mr. Chandresh
Kwatra
Senior Corporate
Trainer
Kyrion Digital
Securities
New Delhi
Mr. R.
Navaneethakrishn
an, Trainer &
Developer, The
Light Bulb
Academy,
Coimbatore
Mr. Hariharan
Anbazhagan,
Director,
SuperBotics Multi
Tech Private
Limited
Dr. M.
Sundaresan
TN state Student
Coordinator for
CSI
Microsoft Student
Partners
Mr.
Vivekanandan
Nagarajan, Project
Manager, CTS,
Coimbatore
Er.T.S.Sundaram
Professor
Sri Ramakrishna
Polytechnic
College
Coimbatore
G. Jaganadh
Coordinator
Indian Linux User
Group
Page 168
12.
27.04.2013
13.
M.E
Software
10.10.2012
Engineeering
Guest
Lecture
Weka – A
Data mining
Tool
Seminar
IBM Career
Education
Guest
Lecture
Research
Trends in
Grid
Computing
14.
27.01.2012
15.
CSI Student
Branch
20/06/201
3
Workshop
Ethical
Hacking
Workshop
Linux Kernel
and its
development
Android
applications
and its
development
16.
CSI Student
Branch
13/07/201
3
17.
2013-2014
18.
CSI Student
Branch
24/08/201
3
Workshop
FOSS CLUB
24/08/201
3
One day
Hands-on
CSI Student
Branch
19/09/201
3
TECHFEST
FOSS CLUB
23/01/201
4&
One day
Hands-on
19.
20.
Unleashing
Linux Kernel
Intradepartment
technical
event by CSI
Students
Chapter
Kick starting
Virtualizatio
Sri Ramakrishna Engineering College – NAAC – SSR (Self Study Report)
Ms.E.Elakiya
AP/CSE,
E.G.S
Pillay
Engineering
College,
Nagapattinam
Mr.S.Raghavan,
Senior Manager &
Head(Training),
Micro Genesis
Soft Pvt
Ltd,Bangalore
Dr.R.Renuga
Assoc Prof /CSE
CIT, Coimbatore.
Mr. Akash
Agarwal EC
Council Country
Head, Hyderabad,
India
Mr. Durgadoss,
Software Engineer
Intel
Corperation,Bang
alore.
1) Dr.Vinay Kolar,
IBM Research
Laboratory,
Bangalore
2) Mr.Vijay
Gohale, Software
Engineer,
Intel,Bangalore
FOSS Club Team
Mr.Ganes Kesari,
Chief of Delivery,
Gramner,
Hyderabad, India
FOSS Club Team
Page 169
30/01/201
4
n
21.
One day
Hands-on
Exploring
Hadoop - A
Distributed
Approach
FOSS Club Team
Workshop
Software
defined
networks
Mr.Mukunthan
Madhavan, IBM
Research,
Banglore
National
Conference
National
Conference
in Recent
Trends in
Soft
Computing
‗14
Dr.S.Poornachand
ra
Dean, ECE &
IQAC
SNS College of
Engineering
Coimbatore
22.08.2013
Workshop
Software
Testing and
Quality
Management
25.03.2014
Guest
Lecture
25.02.2014
Guest
Lecture
CSI Student
Branch
28/09/13
FOSS CLUB
14/02/201
4&
15/02/201
4
CSI Student
Branch and
ACE
07/03/201
4
22.
23.
Tech fest
Organization
al Excellence
in IT
Mr.Ravi Mani
Senior Vice
President,
Organizational
Excellence GroupIGATE
Bangalore
24.
21.03.2014
25.
M.E
Software
Engineering
26.
27.
Mr.S.Raghavan,
Senior Manager &
Head(Training),
Micro Genesis
Soft Pvt
Ltd,Bangalore
Dr.Ilango
Introduction Krishnamurthy
to Semantic Professor & Dean
Web
and /CSE Dept
Research
Sri
Krishna
Issues
college of Engg
and
Tech,
Coimbatore.
Research
Dr.Kumudha
Challenges
Raimond
in
Soft Professor / CSE
Computing
Karunya
University
Sri Ramakrishna Engineering College – NAAC – SSR (Self Study Report)
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Coimbatore
28.
18.07.2013
Guest
Lecture
14.09.2013
Guest
Lecture
29.
30.
21.09.2013
31.
07/07/201
4
32.
12/07/201
4
33.
2014-2015
CSI Student
Branch
09/08/201
4
Prof.S.ManojKum
ar
Research
Issues
in Assistant
Professor(Sr.Gr)
Networking
/CSE
Karunya
University
Cloud
Computing
Mr.Kousik,
& Big Data
CISCO
Mr.Babu
Software
Palanisamy
Guest
Design and Senior Engineer,
Management RBEI/ENA2Z,
Lecture
Robert Bosch,
Coimbatore
Dr. S. Ananth,
Consultant
Mental
Guest
Psychiatrist, Sri
Health
Lecture
Ramakrishna
Awareness
Hospital,
Coimbatore.
Dr. R. Nadarajan,
CSI Chairman
Motivational Division 2,
talk on
Placement
Inauguration
personality
Director, PSG
development College of
Technology,
Coimbatore.
CSI Golden- Mr. R. Murali,
Tech Bridge
Secretary, CSI
Workshop
Programme
Coimbatore
Chapter.
(Computer
Awareness)
34.
05/09/201
4
35.
19/12/201
Hackomania‘ APP
14
Developmen
t
State Level
Technical
Sri Ramakrishna Engineering College – NAAC – SSR (Self Study Report)
Mr. E.Praveen
Kumar,
Consultant at
Capdigisoft
Solutions Inc.,
Texas
Mr.M.Satheesh
Page 171
4
36.
37.
CSI Student
Convention
17/07/201
4
Guest lecture
03/09/201
4
Guest lecture
Event
Kanagasababathy,
DirectorProject,Cognizant
Technology
Solutions,Coimbat
ore.
Dr.M.Sundaresan,
Chairman,CSI
Coimbatore
Chapter.
Mr. K.Naveen,
Chief Technical
Cloud
Officer & CoComputing
founder, Ladder
Minds,
Coimbatore.
Mr. Prasanna
Scope for
Krishna, Director,
Higher
Carrer Zone,
Education in
Coimbatore.
Abroad
38.
39.
ACE
29/09/201
4
Job
Guest lecture Worthiness
40.
29/12/201
4
Guest lecture
Internet of
Things
12/01/201
5
Career
Guest lecture Opportunitie
s
41.
Mrs. Vasanthi
Samuel
Sr. Manager,
C3i Support
services,
Hyderabad.
Mr.N.Sadhasivam
,
Senior Engineer,
Cisco Systems,
Bangalore.
Mr.SuddanN
Shanmugasundar
am
(2001 Batch
Alumni)
Founder ,HR
CUBE,USA.
42.
FOSS CLUB
26/07/201
4
Guest
Lecture and
Demonstrati
on Session
Demonstrati
on in AJAX
Programmin
g
Sri Ramakrishna Engineering College – NAAC – SSR (Self Study Report)
FOSS Club Team
Page 172
04/08/201
4&
05/08/201
4
43.
44.
09 /08/
2014
Hands on
Session
―Hadoop Vs
Spark‖
FOSS Club Team
Guest
Lecture and
Demonstrati
on Session
―Web
Developmen
t to the Next
Level‖
Mr.Anandu
Dhanapal,
Bahwan
CyberTek,
Chennai
45.
46.
25.04.2015
47. F
O
S
S
M.E
Software
Engineering
13.09.2014
48.
23.10.2014
National
Conferen
National
Conference
in Recent
Trends in
Soft
Computing
‗15
Workshop
Mr.Boby John
Data Mining
Indian Statistical
using R
Institute
Bangalore
Guest
Lecture
Oppurtunitie
Mr.C.S.Saravanak
s in Software
umar
Testing
CTS,Coimbatore
49.
19.02.2015
Dr.G.Sankara
Subramanian
Professor/Civil
PSG
Tech,
Coimbatore.
Guest
Lecture
Importance
of Writing
Software
Documentati
on.
Sri Ramakrishna Engineering College – NAAC – SSR (Self Study Report)
Dr.Sakthivel
Professor/CSE
Sona College of
Tech, Salem
Mr.Jayaram
Subbiah
Mindnotix
Software
Solution,Coimbat
ore
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DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
1. Name of the Department & its year of establishment
Name of the Department INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
Year of Establishment
1998
2. Names of Programmes / Courses offered (UG, PG, M.Phil., Ph.D., Integrated
Masters; Integrated Ph.D., etc.)
Level Programme of Study
Year of
Initial
Academic Year of
Starting
Intake
increase in
intake/strength
1998 – 1999 : 30
2000 – 2001 : 60
Information
UG
1998
30
2007 – 2008 : 120
Technology
2011 – 2012 : 180
2014 - 2015 : 120
Ph.D
Research Centre
2012
3. Interdisciplinary courses and departments involved
Programme : Information Technology
Regulation : 2012
S.No
Subject
Code
1. 112EN2102
2. 12MA2101
3. 12PH2101
4. 12CH2101
5. 12ME2101
6.
12ME2102
7.
12ME2103
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
12EN2202
12MA2201
12PH2201
12CH2201
12EC2203
Subject Name
Semester
Technical English – I
Engineering Mathematics –I
Applied Physics
Applied Chemistry
Basic Civil and Mechanical
Engineering
Engineering
Practices
Laboratory
Engineering
Graphics
Laboratory
Communicative English
Engineering Mathematics II
Materials Science
Environmental Science
Electric
Circuits
and
Electron Devices
13. 12EC2204
Circuits
and
Laboratory
Devices
14. 12PH2202
Applied Physics Laboratory
I
Department
the Subject
handling
Science and Humanities
Science and Humanities
Science and Humanities
Science and Humanities
Civil and Mechanical
Civil and Mechanical
Civil and Mechanical
II
II
Science and Humanities
Science and Humanities
Science and Humanities
Science and Humanities
Electronics
and
Communication
Engineering
Electronics
and
Communication
Engineering
Science and Humanities
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15. 12CH2202
16. 12MA2301
17. 12IT2301
Applied
Chemistry
Laboratory
Transforms
and
Partial
Differential
Equations
Digital Integrated Circuits
and Logical Design
18. 12IT2304
Digital Integrated Circuits
Laboratory
19. 12MA2403
Probability and Queuing
theory
Microprocessors and its
Applications
20. 12IT2401
21. 12IT2405
Microprocessor Laboratory
22. 12MA2502
23. 12EN2001
Discrete Mathematics
Communication
Skills
Laboratory
Resource
Management
Techniques
Systems
and
Signal
Processing
24. 12MA2002
25. 12IT2005
Science and Humanities
Science and Humanities
III
IV
V
Electronics
and
Communication
Engineering
Electronics
and
Communication
Engineering
Science and Humanities
Electronics
and
Communication
Engineering
Electronics
and
Communication
Engineering
Science and Humanities
Science and Humanities
Science and Humanities
VI
Electronics
Communication
Engineering
and
4. Annual/ semester/choice based credit system : Semester Based Credit System
5. Participation of the department in the courses offered by other departments
S.No
Subject
Subject Name
Offered By Department
Code
1.
12CS2101
2.
12EI2401
3.
12EI2301
4.
12ME2004
5.
12BM2E16
Computer Fundamentals and C Mechanical, Aeronautical,
Programming
Electronics
and
Instrumentation , Civil
Object Oriented Programming
Biomedical and Electronics
and Instrumentation
Data Structures using C
Electronics
and
Communication,
Electrical and Electronics
Interdisciplinary Electives
Sensors
for
Engineering Mechanical Engineering
Applications
Health Science & Technology
Biomedical Engineering
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6. Number of teaching posts sanctioned and filled (Professors/Associate
Professors/ Asst. Professors)
2011
2012
2013
2014
2015
Teaching
Posts
S
F
S
F
S
F
S
F
S
F
Professors
2
2
3
2
3
2
4
2
3
3
Associate
5
5
6
4
7
3
8
3
7
3
Professors
Assistant
17
19
19
23
22
29
24
34
22
27
Professors
7.
S.No
Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation, specialization,
(D.Sc./D.Litt. /Ph.D. / M. Phil. etc.,)
Academic Year: 2015-2016
Name of the Faculty
Designation
Qualification
Ph.D
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Dr. M. Senthamil
Selvi
Dr. K. Deepa
Dr. V. Karpagam
Dr. Preethi Harris
Mr. M. Kalaiarasu
Professor &
Head
M.E
Professor
Professor
Associate
Professor
Associate
Professor
Area
of Date
of
Specialization Joining
Wireless
Sensor
Networks
02.05.2003
CSE
B.E
ECE
Ph.D
Data Mining
M.E
SE
B.E
CSE
Ph.D
Data Mining
M.E
SE
B.E
CSE
Ph.D
M.E
B.E
Software
Testing
SE
CSE
Ph.D
(Pursuing)
Data Mining
M.E
SE
B.E
CSE
Sri Ramakrishna Engineering College – NAAC – SSR (Self Study Report)
01.06.2002
15.07.1998
25.07.2001
28.08.2000
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6.
Mrs. J. Anitha
7.
Mrs. C. Padmavathy
8.
Mr. N. Sureshkumar
9.
Mr. V. Vignesh
10.
11.
12.
Associate
Professor
Assistant
Professor
(Sl.Gr)
Assistant
Professor
(S1.Gr)
Assistant
Professor
(S1.Gr)
Mr. S.
Saravanakumar
Assistant
Professor
(Sr.Gr)
Mr. S. Bhaggiaraj
Assistant
Professor
(Sr.Gr)
Mr. C. Rajmohan
Assistant
Professor
(Sr.Gr)
Ph.D
(Pursuing)
Data Mining
M.E
SE
B.E
Ph.D
(Pursuing)
M.E
B.E
Ph.D
(Pursuing)
M.E
CSE
Wireless
Networks
CSE
CSE
MCA
B.Sc
Ph.D
(Pursuing)
M.E
13.
14.
Mrs. M. Siva Sangari
Assistant
Professor
(Sr.Gr)
IT
B.Tech
IT
Ph.D
(Pursuing)
M.E
B.Tech
Ph.D
(Pursuing)
Cloud
Computing
VLSI
IT
02.08.2006
19.06.2009
Computer and
Information
14.06.2007
Technology
Computer
Applications
IT
B.Tech
IT
Ph.D
(Pursuing)
M.E
Vehicular
Networks
SE
Computer
Applications
CS
B.Sc
02.06.2008
MANET
M.Tech
MCA
03.11.2005
MANET
M.Tech
MCA
Assistant
Mrs. M. Priyadharsini Professor
(Sr.Gr)
SE
Computer
Applications
Physics
B.Sc
M.Tech
03.06.2013
Data Mining
SE
Computer
Applications
CS
MCA
01.06.2002
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23.06.2008
02.06.2008
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15.
16.
Mrs. P.V. Kavitha
Mrs. I. Mettildha
Mary
Assistant
Professor
(Sr.Gr)
Assistant
Professor
M.E
CSE
B.Tech
IT
M.E
CSE
B.Tech
IT
B.E
IT
M.Tech
IT
B.Tech
Ph.D
(Pursuing)
M.E
B.E
M.Tech
IT
Image
Processing
CSE
IT
IT
B.Tech
IT
17.
Mr. T.N. Prabhu
Assistant
Professor
18.
Mrs.J.Angel Ida
Chellam
Assistant
Professor
19.
Mrs. N. Saranya
Assistant
Professor
20.
Mr. C.
Ranjeethkumar
Assistant
Professor
M.E
B.Tech
CSE
IT
21.
Mrs. V. Vimala
Assistant
Professor
M.Tech
IT
B.Tech
IT
22.
Mr. B. Mohankumar
Assistant
Professor
M.Tech
IT
B.Tech
IT
23.
Mr. C. Zephyrin
Sinnappar
Assistant
Professor
M.E
Networking
Engineering
B.E
CSE
Mrs.S.S.Sugantha
Mallika
Assistant
Professor
M.Tech
IT
B.E
CSE
Mr.A.LK.Muthukum
ar
Assistant
Professor
M.Tech
26.
Mrs. T.N. Chitra Devi
Assistant
Professor
27.
Mrs. S. Suganya
28.
Mr. R. Rajan
24.
25.
Assistant
Professor
Assistant
Professor
B.Tech
M.E
B.E
M.E
B.E
M.E
Embedded
Systems
IT
CSE
IT
CSE
CSE
Pervasive
Computing
Sri Ramakrishna Engineering College – NAAC – SSR (Self Study Report)
16.06.2008
14.07.2008
17.06.2009
22.06.2009
17.07.2009
02.06.2010
08.06.2011
08.06.2011
01.07.2011
25.07.2011
21.12.2011
07.06.2012
12.07.2012
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29.
Mrs. S. Jansi Rani
Assistant
Professor
30.
Mrs.A.Kayalvizhi
Assistant
Professor
31.
Mrs.P.Sugantha
Priyadharshini
Assistant
Professor
32.
Ms. C. Premalatha
Assistant
Professor
33.
Mr. S. Prasanth
Assistant
Professor
8.
9.
B.Tech
IT
M.E
B.E
M.Tech
B.Tech
M.E
CSE
IT
IT
IT
CSE
B.E
CSE
M.E
B.Tech
M.E
B.Tech
CSE
IT
CSE
IT
07.12.2012
31.12.2012
03.06.2013
03.06.2013
02.06.2014
12.12.2014
Percentage of classes taken by temporary faculty – programme-wise
information : Nil
Programme-wise Student Teacher Ratio
B.Tech Information Technology: 15:1
Academic Year
Student Strength Faculty Strength Student Teacher
(A)
(B)
Ratio (A/B)
2011-2012
360
26
13.85 : 1
2012-2013
420
29
14.48 : 1
2013-2014
480
34
14.12 : 1
2014-2015
540
39
13.85 : 1
10.
Number of academic support staff
sanctioned and filled :
Non-Teaching 2011
2012
Posts
S
F
S
F
Technical Staff 2
2
2
2
Administrative
1
1
1
1
Staff
11.
(technical) and administrative staff:
2013
S
F
3
3
2014
S
F
3
3
2015
S
F
3
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
Number of faculty with ongoing projects from a) national b) international
funding agencies and c) Total grants received. Mention names of funding
agencies and grants received project-wise. Nil
12.
Departmental projects funded by DST-FIST; DBT, ICSSR, etc.; total grants
received
Academic
Project
Amount
S.No
Name of the Faculty
Project Tile
Year
Type
Sanctioned
Dr.R.Nedunchezhian
AICTE
Detecting
1.
2011-2012
Rs.10,50,000
PrincipalSponsored Suspicious
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Investigator
RPS
AICTE
Sponsored
RPS
AICTE
Sponsored
MODROBS
Activity in
Video
Surveillance
Systems
Economical
Software
Development
for Small
Scale
Industries
Rs.15,00,000
and
Educational
Institutions
using Agile
Methodology
Establishment
of
Storage
Rs.5,00,000
Management
Laboratory
2.
2011-2012
Prof.J.Selvakumar
Co-Investigator
3.
2011-2012
Dr.M.Senthamil
Selvi
2011-2012
Anna
University
Dr.R.Nedunchezhian
of
Prof. K. Deepa
Technology
Prof. J. Anitha
Sponsored
FDP
Data
Warehousing
and
Data
Mining
Rs.75,000
2011-2012
Dr. R.
Radhakrishnan
Prof. Preethi Harris
Latest
Technologies
in IMS – Fast
and Furious
Rs.50,000
4.
5.
13.
Research facility / centre with
Level
Ph.D
14.
AICTE
Seminar
Grant
Programme
of Study
Research
Centre
State/National/
International
Recognition
State
Recognized
Authority
Reference Number
Anna
University,
Chennai
AUTCBE/Research/CR2/
1320/3/2012
Publications:
Publication
Journals
Conferences
International National International National
Senthamil
5
2
2
Sl.No. Faculty Name
1.
2.
Dr. M.
Selvi
Dr.R.Nedunchezhian
11
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3.
Dr.R.Radhakrishnan
3
-
-
-
4.
Dr.K. Deepa
Dr. V. Karpagam
Dr. Preethi Harris
Prof.M.Kalaiarasu
Mr.J.Selva Kumar
Mrs.J.Anitha
Mr.B.Saravana Balaji
Mrs. C. Padmavathy
Mr. N. Sureshkumar
Mr. V. Vignesh
Mrs. D. Devikanniga
Mr.S.Saravana
kumar
Mrs.P.V.Kavitha
Ms.M.Priyadharsini
Mr.S.Bhaggiaraj
Mr. C. Rajmohan
Mrs. M. Siva Sangari
Mrs.I.Mettildha
Mary
Mr.S.Ramakrishnan
Mr.T.N.Prabhu
Ms.N.Saranya
Mr.
C.
Ranjeethkumar
Mr. A.LK. Muthu
kumar
Ms.G.Nandhini
Mrs. S. Suganya
Mr. A. Mohamed
Uvaze Ahamed
Mrs. T.N. Chitradevi
Mrs. G. Poornima
Mr. R. Rajan
Mrs. S. Jansi Rani
Ms.N.P.Rajeswari
Mrs.Rohini Joghee
Mrs.P.Sugantha
Priyadharshini
Mrs.S.S.Sugantha
Mallika
Mrs. A. Kayalavizhi
Ms. C. Premalatha
8
-
3
1
7
5
6
4
8
1
2
1
1
1
-
1
-
3
1
2
3
4
-
1
1
2
1
1
2
2
4
6
2
1
4
-
1
2
3
2
-
-
3
5
8
1
4
-
3
3
-
1
1
1
2
2
-
1
2
1
3
2
-
-
2
3
-
3
1
1
2
-
-
2
1
-
1
2
1
1
3
1
-
-
1
1
-
-
1
-
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
31.
32.
33.
34.
35.
36.
37.
38.
39.
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40.
41.
Mr.B.Mohankumar
Mrs.V.Vimala
5
-
-
1
2
2
2
Kindly refer IT_Department_Publications_Annexure I
*
number of papers published in peer reviewed journals (national /
international)
National: 01
International: 85
*
Monographs : 10
*
Chapter(s) in Books :1
*
Editing Books :Nil
*
Books with ISBN numbers with details of publishers number listed in
International Database (For e.g. Web of Science, Scopus, Humanities
International Complete, Dare Database - International Social Sciences
Directory, EBSCO host, etc.) :Nil
*
Citation Index – range / average -Totally (24)
*
SNIP - Total :19.51
*
SJR
*
Impact factor – range / average : 0 - 3.0
*
h-index – Totally (8)
Average: 0.78
- Total :6.576 Average: 0.263
15.
Details of patents and income generated : Nil
16.
Areas of consultancy and income generated :
S.No.
1.
2.
17.



Name of
Organization /
Academic
the
Project Title
Institution
Year
Faculty
Mr.
V. Automated
Hostel
2014-2015
SNR Sons Trust
Vignesh
Management System
Sri
Staff
Salary Ramakrishna
Mr.
C.
2013-2014
Computerization
College of Arts
Rajmohan
System
and Science for
Women
Amount
Rs.1,00,000
Rs.26,000
Faculty recharging strategies :
Institutional support to attend the Seminars and Conferences held abroad
Support faculty to register their Doctoral Programme by providing on-duty to
pursue their research effectively
Incentives are provided to the faculty members who have completed their
doctoral programme irrespective of experience
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



Incentives are provided for the faculty members who have received funding
from Government Funding Agencies
Faculty members are provided with special incentives for publications of their
research papers in reputed journals
Institutional support for the faculty members to take up funded Research
Work projects from UGC and/or other government agencies
Faculty members were motivated to participate in various FDP‘s organized
with the collaboration of Corporate companies
18. Student projects
o
percentage of students who have done in-house projects including
inter-departmental : 93.09%
Academic
Year
2014 -2015
2013
–
2014
2012
–
2013
2011
–
2012
2010
–
2011
o
No.
Projects
53
of
Industry
Projects
(%)
5.66
Inhouse
Projects
(%)
94.34
49
-
100
45
-
100
-
100
-
100
45
45
percentage of students doing projects in collaboration with industries
/ institutes : 6.09%
S.
No
Academic
Year
1. 2014-2015
Name of the Company
Paxterra
Software
Solutions Pvt. Ltd,
Bengaluru
No. of projects
offered
3
19. Awards / recognitions received at the national and international level by
o Faculty
:
 Mr. J. Anitha have been awarded with ―INSPIRE Faculty
Partnership Award – Silver Medal‖ for the Academic Year 20142015 by Infosys Limited.
 Mr. B. Mohankumar have been awarded the ―Best Paper Award‖Improved Approach for Detecting Hard Queries with Multi-level
Noise Generation in National Conference on Computational and
Internetworking Information Technology (NCCIIT‘15) held on 5th
and 6th March 2015 at Anna University, Regional Centre,
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Coimbatore.
S.No
1.
2
o
Doctoral / post doctoral fellows
o
Students :
: Nil
Student
Name of the
Batch Class/Year
Name
Award
Mr.
R. 2011- IV B.Tech Best
Karthik
2015 IT ‗A‘
Outgoing
Student
Award
Tarun
2012- III B.Tech National
Level
B.Moorjani 2016 IT ‗B‘
Hackathon
A.P.Varun
(Cash Prize
S.Sandeep
Rs.30,000/-)
B.Shalmaan
Awarded By
Cognizant
Technologies,
Coimbatore
IBM
Campus,
Bengaluru
Academic
Year
2014 -2015
2014 -2015
20. Seminars/Conferences/Workshops organized and the source of funding
(National / International) with details of outstanding participants, if any.
S.No
1
2.
Academic
Year
Name of the Faculty
Project Type
2011-2012
Dr. R.
Nedunchezhian
Prof. K. Deepa
Prof. J. Anitha
Anna University Data
of
Technology Warehousing
Sponsored FDP
and Data Mining
Rs.75,000
2011-2012
Dr. R.
Radhakrishnan
Prof. Preethi Harris
Latest
Seminar Technologies in
IMS – Fast and
Furious
Rs.50,000
AICTE
Grant
Project Tile
Amount
Sanctioned
22. Student profile course-wise:
Selected
Name of the Course
B.Tech
Informatio
n
Technology
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
Pass Percentage
(%)
Applications
received
As per Anna
University
Norms
Male
54
60
80
90
60
Female
80
84
84
108
84
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Male Female
81.48
95.00
60.00
94.05
72.5
97.61
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22.
Diversity of Students
Name of the
Course
% of
students
from the
College
2010
B.Tech 2011
Information
2012
Technology
2013
2014
% of
students
from the
state
% of
students
from other
States
% of
students
from other
countries
-
100
-
-
-
100
-
-
-
100
-
-
-
100
-
-
-
44.8
0.6
-
23. How many students have cleared Civil Services, Defense Services, NET,
SLET, GATE and any other competitive examinations?
S.No
Year
Name of the student
Exam
Total Number
type
of student
1.
2010-11
C. A. LAKSHMAN NARESH GRE
1
2.
SARANYAN.B
GRE
2
2011-12
MITHILA
3.
GRE
SOUNDARARAJAN
4.
SOWKARTHICK.S
GRE
3
5.
2012-13
SUDHARSAN
GRE
6.
D.SHYAMSUNDAR
GRE
7.
2013-14
KHAJAPRIYAN.R
GRE
1
8.
ARUN KUMAR.A
GRE
4
9.
KARTHIKA.G
GRE
2014-15
10.
SHYAM.S
GRE
11.
NANDHINI.V
GATE
Total
11
24. Student progression
Student progression
2010
2011
UG to PG
2012
2013
2014
PG to M.Phil.
Percentage
against
enrolled
12.3
14.7
12.5
9.5
6.09
-
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PG to Ph.D.
Ph.D.
to
Doctoral
Employed :
Post-
2010
2011
Campus
2012
selection
2013
2014
2010
2011
Other
than 2012
2013
campus
recruitment
2014
Entrepreneurs
53.1
75
71.4
89.1
46.8
25
28.5
10.8
-
25. Diversity of staff
Percentage of faculty who
Faculty
(in nos.)
Faculty
(in %)
of the same parent university
33
84.62
from other universities within the State
05
12.82
from other universities from other States
01
2.56
are graduates
26. Number of faculty who were awarded Ph.D., D.Sc. and D.Litt. during the
assessment period.
S.No Faculty Name
University
Year
1.
Dr.M.Senthamil
Selvi
2.
Dr.K.Deepa
3.
Dr.K.Karpagam
4.
Dr.Preethi Harris
Anna
University,
Chennai
Anna
University,
Chennai
Anna
University,
Chennai
Anna
University,
Chennai
2012
2013
2014
2014
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27. Present details about infrastructural facilities
a) Library
S.No.
Academic
Year
1.
2015-2016
2.
2014-2015
3.
2013-2014
4.
2012-2013
5.
2011-2012
Book Titles
(in nos.)
737
731
508
465
360
Book Volumes
(in nos.)
1500
1412
1068
890
639
b) Internet facilities for staff and students
Department is provided with 20 Desktop with internet of speed
100Mbps.
c) Total number of class rooms
S.No
Academic
Year
1
2
3
4
5
2010-2011
2011-2012
2012-2013
2013-2014
2014-2015
Number of Class
rooms
ODD
Even
5
5
6
7
7
7
8
8
9
9
d) Class rooms with ICT facility
S.No
1
2
3
4
5
Academic
Year
2010-2011
2011-2012
2012-2013
2013-2014
2014-2015
Number of Class rooms
ODD
Even
6
7
7
7
8
8
9
9
e) Students’ laboratories
S.No Academic
Name of the Name of the
Year
Lab
Equipment
Computer Lab I Server
Computers
1
Printers
2010-2011
Scanner
Computer Lab Server
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1
34
3
1
1
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II
2
2011-2012
3
2012-2013
4
2013-2014
Computers
Printers
Computer Lab Server
III
Computers
Printers
Computer Lab Server
IV
Computers
Printers
Computer Lab I Server
Computers
Printers
Server
Computer Lab Computers
II
Printers
Scanner
Server
Computer Lab
Computers
III
Printers
Server
Computer Lab
Computers
IV
Printers
Server
Computer Lab I Computers
Printers
Server
Computer Lab Computers
II
Printers
Scanner
Server
Computer Lab
Computers
III
Printers
Server
Computer Lab
Computers
IV
Printers
Server
Computer Lab I Computers
Printers
Computer Lab Server
II
Computers
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3
1
35
3
1
35
3
1
36
3
1
36(26+10)
3
1
1
36
3
1
36(35+1)
3
1
36
3
1
36(26+10)
3
1
1
36
3
1
36(35+1)
3
1
36
3
1
36(26+10)
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Computer Lab
III
Computer Lab
IV
Computer Lab
V
Computer Lab I
Computer Lab
II
5
2014-2015
(ODD)
Computer Lab
III
Computer Lab
IV
Computer Lab
V
Computer Lab I
6
2014-2015
(EVEN)
Computer Lab
II
Computer Lab
III
Printers
Scanner
Server
Computers
Printers
Servers
Computers
Printers
Servers
Computers
Printers
Server
Computers
Printers
Server
Computers
Printers
Scanner
Server
Computers
Printers
Servers
Computers
Printers
Servers
Computers
Printers
Server
Computers
Printers
Scanner
Server
Computers
Printers
Servers
Computers
Printers
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1
1
36
3
3
36(35+1))
3
1
62(53+9))
6
1
36
3
1
36(26+10)
3
1
1
36
3
3
36(35+1))
3
1
62(53+9))
6
2
75(70+5)
8
1
1
70
7
1
62(53+9))
6
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f) Research laboratories
S.No Academic
Year
Name of the Lab
Components
1
Research Lab
Server
Computers
Printers
2014-2015
Quantity
in Nos.
1
7
1
28. Number of students of the department getting financial assistance from
College.
S.No Academic
Total
No.of
Year
Students
1.
2010-2011
43
2.
2011-2012
74
3.
2012-2013
271
4.
2013-2014
41
29. Was any need assessment exercise undertaken before the development of
new program(s)? If so, give the methodology.
At present, the department has not offered any new programme. In future,
the following assessment exercise methodology will be undertaken for the
development of new programme.
 Student expectations and need in higher studies
 Infrastructure Facility
 Faculty Strength
30. Does the department obtain feedback from
a.
Faculty on curriculum as well as teaching-learning-evaluation? If yes,
how does the department utilize it?
Yes. The Feedback on curriculum is being collected from the faculty focus
on the questions like
 Whether each subject satisfy the requirement of each PO‘s
associated with that particular subject
 Whether any topic in the syllabus of any subject has to be revised
or added
 Check the proper balance between the theory and lab practice
within the programme
 Is there a need of any other specific tool for program delivery
The feedback is collected from each faculty handling the subject and the
consolidated feedback is being taken into account during the revision of
the curriculum.
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b.
Students on staff, curriculum as well as teaching-learning-evaluation
and what is the response of the department to the same?
Yes. Feedback of students on the teaching practice of the staff members are
being collected based on the criteria like punctuality, covering of syllabus,
clarity of content etc. This is collected at the end of each semester for each
subject from every student. Thus collected feedback is being consolidated
for 5 point Scale. If the score falls below range 3.5 for 5, the particular
faculty will be counseled by the Head of the Department in order to
improve their teaching-learning process.
c.
Alumni and employers on the programmes and what is the response of
the department to the same?
Yes. Alumni survey is being collected from the passed out students. The
Alumni survey focus on the curriculum strength, introduction of new
courses in the curriculum, industrial expectations. The employer survey is
collected from the higher officials of the passed out placed students in their
working environment. The alumni and employer survey helps to analyze
the level of PEO‘s attainment and the need for changes in Curriculum etc.
31. List the distinguished alumni of the department (maximum 10)
S.No Batch Name of the Alumni
Designation and Company Name
1.
2001
Mr. Praveen Nepali
Software Analyst,
Linked-In Social Network,
USA
2.
2008
Mr. S. Shyam Sundar
Founder & CEO,
VenPep Solutions,
Coimbatore
3.
2010
Mr. M. Naveen Rayer
Senior Project Lead, TCS, Chennai
4.
2010
Ms. Janani
Probationary Officer,
State Bank of India,
Coimbatore
5.
2011
Mr.Vignesh Veerasamy Executive Director of S. Veerasamy
Chettiar College of Engineering
and
Technology,
Puliangudi,
Tirunelveli.
6.
2011
Mr.
C. Test Engineer, Infosys Pvt. Ltd.,
Kanagavenkateshwaran Trivandrum
7.
2011
Rukmangathan
Software Engineer - Ruby on Rails
Govindarajan
at
Netserv
Technologies,
Bengaluru
Senior Software Engineer,
8.
2011
Mr. M. Sabari Ganesh
Robert Bosch,
Coimbatore.
9.
2012
Mr.Gokul
Team Lead, Infosys, Chennai
10.
2012
Mr.Sasivarman
Team Lead, Infosys, Chennai
11.
2013
Mr.Santhosh Guhan
Team Lead, Wipro, Chennai
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12.
2013
Mr.Jeyaanatharam
Team Lead, Exterro, Coimbatore
32.
Give details of student enrichment programmes (special lectures / workshops
/ seminar) with external experts.
Year: 2014-2015
S.No
1.
2.
3.
4.
Professional Body
Activity
Special talk on ―Roll of women in
development of Technology‖ by
th
11 March 2015
Mrs.
Yogeshwari
Satchidanandam,Freelance Trainer,
Coimbatore
Special talk on ― International
Women‘s Day‖ by Mrs.V.Parvathy,
th
9 March 2015
Managing
Partner
Orient
Construction
Equipments
&
Engineering, Coimbatore
Awareness
Programme
on
―Importance
of
Computer
th
IEEE Women in 27 January 2015 Technology
in
Rural
School
Engineering
Education‖ by Dr.M.Senthamil Selvi
Students Affinity
Prof. & Head / IT, SREC.
Group
Seminar on Microsoft live streaming
session on ―Women in IT‖ by Sathya
30th
September Nadella,CEO, Microsoft,
2014
Smt.Smrithi Irani,
Union Minister, HRD.
6.
7.
CSI
Branch
9.
Special talk on ―Unleashing Women
Potential for Nation Building‖ by
Dr.Kiran Bedi, Retd IPS Officer
Awareness
Programme
on
Engineering Education for School
26th August 2014
Students
by
Dr.B.Mathivanan,
Asso.Prof/CSE SREC, Coimbatore
Seminar on ―Higher studiesOpportunities
abroad
by
19th
February
Mr.A.Mohamed Uvaze Ahamed
2015
Research
Scholar,Multimedia
University,Malasiya
Students
One day seminar on ―See You At
th
14
February The Top‖ by Mr.A.Grace Antony
2015
Rose
,
AP(Sr.Gr)/MBA,
Mr.
C.Rajmohan AP(Sr.Gr)/IT,SREC
11th
February Best
Debugger
Contest
2015
CO(DE)GITATOR‘ 15(v1.2) by Mr.
5th
2014
5.
8.
Date
September
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10.
31st January 2015
11.
19th
2014
December
12.
13th
2014
December
CSI
Branch
13.
Students
1st , 2nd & 5th
September 2014
14.
23rd August 201413th
September
2014
15.
28th July 2014
C.Rajmohan AP(Sr.Gr)/IT,SREC
One Day Workshop on
―Improve Your Bio Magnetism‖ by
Dr. M. RM. Krishnappa,
Faculty Advisor,
Yoga and Meditation Club,
Associate Professor/Physics,
Sri
Ramakrishna
Engineering
College,
Coimbatore - 641022.
CSI State Level Student Convention
by Mr. Satheesh Kanagasabapathy
Director-Project, CTS, Coimbatore.
Dr. M. Sundaresan, Chairman, CSI
Coimbatore Chapter
National Seminar on ―Towards the
IoT (Internet of Things) Universe‖
by Mr. Rajendra Prasad
Vice President ESA India Bangalore
Mr. Prem Vadapalli
Sr. Technical Manager,University
Program, Texas Instruments India
Bangalore
Mr. R. Varadarajan Technical
Manager, Robert Bosch, Bangalore
Mr. E. Praveen Kumar, Consultant,
Capedigisoft Solutions Inc. Texas,
USA
Intra-college APP development
event
Hack-O-mania‘ 14 Idea Vetting
Sessions by Mr. G. K. Jegan, eBay
Inc. Bangalore
Mr. A. Baranidharan,AP(Sr. G)/
CSE(UG), SREC
Mr. R. Somasundaram
ASP/MCA, SREC
Career Advancement Series –
Student & Staff Initiatives by C. Raj
Mohan,
Assistant Professor (Sr.G)/IT,SREC
Guest lecture titled ―Promoting
Students‘ Mental Health‖ by Dr. S.
Ananth, Consultant Psychiatrist, Sri
Ramakrishna Hospital, Coimbatore
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7th July 2014-11th
August 2014
16.
Inauguration of INTERACT‘14 by
Dr.M.Sundaresan, Chairman, CSI
Coimbatore Chapter and Professor
& Head of the Department of
Computer
Science,
Bharathiar
University, Coimbatore
Association Activities
17.
14th March 2015
18.
6th March 2015
19.
19th February 2015
20.
31st January 2015
21.
24th January 2015
22.
22th January 2015
23.
24.
25.
26.
One day Workshop on Android Application
Development
by Mr. A.R. Zahid, Software Engineer and Mr. L. David
Albert, Project Specialist from Payoda Technologies Pvt
Limited,
Coimbatore
State Level
Technical Symposium Xtensis 2k15 by
Mrs.K.Vidya, Senior Project Manager, CTS, Coimbatore.
Seminar on ―Higher studies-Opportunities abroad by
Mr.A.Mohamed
Uvaze
Ahamed
Research
Scholar,Multimedia University,Malasiya
One Day Workshop on ―Improve your Biomagnetism‖
by Dr. M. RM. Krishnappa, Faculty Advisor ,Yoga and
Meditation Club, Associate Professor/ Physics ,Sri
Ramakrishna Engineering College, Coimbatore.
Guest Lecture on ―Opportunities in Software Testing‖ by
Mr. M. Sabari Ganesh, Senior Software Engineer Robert
Bosch, Coimbatore
Seminar on ―Networking with IPV6‖ by Mr. Baldev
Krishnamurthy, Managing Director A2B2 IT Services,
Coimbatore.
National Seminar on ―Towards the IoT (Internet of
Things) Universe‖ by Mr. Rajendra Prasad, Vice
President, ESA India, Bangalore.
Mr. Prem Vadapalli, Sr.Technical Manager, University
13th
December
Program, Texas Instruments India, Bangalore.
2014
Mr. R. Varadarajan, Technical Manager, Robert Bosch,
Bangalore.
Mr. E. Praveen Kumar, Consultant, Capedigisoft
Solutions Inc.Texas, USA.
Microsoft live streaming session on ‗Women in IT‖ by
30th
September
Sathya Nadella, CEO, Microsoft Smt. Smrithi Irani,
2014
Union Minister, HRD.
Awareness session on ―Job openings and trends in
24th
September
Network Security in India and abroad‖ by Mr. Balaji
2014
Venkateshwar, CEO, Secure Matrix Global Pvt. Ltd.
National Level Networking Workshop IBNC-‘15 by
12th
&
13th Mr.T.V.Saikumar, Mr.M.Premsai Technical Instructor
September 2014
Association for Computing Machinery, IIT Delhi.,IMedita Learning Solutions Pvt. Ltd
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27.
28.
29.
30.
31.
32.
33.
34.
35.
Two Days Hands on Training Programme on ―Problem
Solving and Algorithmic Approach using C‖ by Mrs.
3rd
&
4th
J.S.Shanthini, AP(Sr. G)/ MCA, & Mrs.S.Hemalatha,
September 2014
AP(Sr. G) /MCA, Sri Ramakrishna Engineering College,
Coimbatore.
Intra-college APP development event , Hack-O-mania‘
14 Idea Vetting Sessions by Mr. G. K. Jegan, ebay
1st ,2nd & 5th Inc.,Bangalore.
September 2014
Mr. A. Baranidharan AP(Sr. G)/ CSE(UG) &Mr.
R.Somasundaram
ASP/MCA,
Sri
Ramakrishna
Engineering College, Coimbatore.
23rd August and Career Advancement Series – Student & Staff Initiatives
13th
September by
2014
Students & Staff of IT department by Mr.C.Rajmohan,
AP(Sr.Gr)/IT,
Ms.N.P.Rajeswari,
AP/IT, through
SREC,
Two
Days Workshop
on ―Personal Excellence
nd
rd
Coimbatore
22
and
23
Soft
Skills‖, by Mr. Anmol Vij, CEO, Mr. S. Sakthi
August 2014
Kumar, Team Lead, Ms. K. Deepika, Trainer, Key Mind
Learning India Pvt.Ltd, Coimbatore
Guest lecture titled ―Promoting Students‘ Mental
Health‖ by
11th August 2014
Dr. S. Ananth, Consultant Psychiatrist, Sri Ramakrishna
Hospital, Coimbatore.
Two Days Workshop on ―Application Development
th
th
9 & 12 August using PIC Microcontroller‖, by Dr. S. Jayanthy, Prof &
2014
Head/ M.E. – EST, Sri Ramakrishna Engineering
College, Coimbatore.
Inauguration of INTERACT‘14 by Dr.M.Sundaresan,
Chairman, CSI Coimbatore Chapter and Professor &
28th July 2014
Head of the Department of Computer Science,
Bharathiar University, Coimbatore.
Seminar on ―Successful Career in Networking – How to
th
18 July 2014
Prepare‖ by Mr.Sreevalsan,
Head – ICTS, Amrita
University, Coimbatore.
One Day Hands-on Training on ―.Net Programming and
its Applications‖ by Mrs. S. Indhumathi, Asst. Prof.,
11th July 2014
Department of MCA, Sri Ramakrishna Engineering
College, Coimbatore.
Year 2013-2014
S.No
Professional Body
1.
Date
IEEE Women in
Engineering
8th March 2014
Students Affinity
Group
Activity
Women‘s Day Celebration
Dr.K.Chitra, Director/MBA
Dr.M.Senthamil Selvi
Faculty Co-ordinator
IEEE-WIE SAG& WEC
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by
A Seminar on ― Computer
Awareness Programme for Self
Help Group‖ by Dr.M.Senthamil
th
30 January 2014 Selvi
Prof & Head/IT and IT Dept
faculty
members
,
SREC,
Coimbatore
Guest Lecture on ― Importance of
Computers in School Education‖
th
27
December by Dr.M.Senthamil Selvi Prof &
2013
Head/IT,
Mr.S.Bhaggiaraj
AP(Sr.Gr)/IT, SREC, Coimbatore
2.
3.
Guest Lecture on ― Script the
September Future‖ by Ms.S.Hemamalini,
2013
Cameron
Manufacturing,
Coimbatore
Guest Lecture on ―
Career
Guidance
for
Women‖
by
nd
2
August 2013 Dr.A.Vimala
AP/
Dept.
of
Extension & Career Guidance,
Bharathiar University, Coimbatore
18th
4.
5.
Association Activities
S.No
Date
6.
14th March 2013
7.
1st March 2014
8.
12th February 2014
9.
28th January 2014
10.
8th January 2014
Events
A Technical Talk on ―Windows Phone 8.0 and
application Development‖ by Mr.V.Nirogan, Graphics
Designer, Star Graphics and Desiging, Coimbatore.
National Level Technical Symposium XTENSIS‘14
By Mr.Balachandar Sambasivam, Project Manager
Toshiba Software Pvt.Ltd, Bengaluru.
Events: Paper presentation, Best Manager, Quiz &
Debugging were organized.
CO(DE)GITATOR‘14 – Coding Contest by Mr.
C.Rajmohan AP(Sr.Gr)/IT,SREC
A Seminar on ―Software Engineering Methods‖
by Mrs.Meenakshi, Consultant Purna Career Solutions,
Chennai.
A Seminar on ―Introduction to Supply Chain
Management‖
by Mrs.Sosia Joghee,Private Consultant, Singapore.
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12.
13.
14.
15.
A Seminar on ―Importance of GATE (Graduate
December Aptitude Test in Engineering)‖
by Mr. Nitin Rakesh Prasad, Co-Founder, The GATE
Academy Pvt. Ltd, Bengaluru.
Two days Seminar on ―Personality Program‖ for IV
11th
&
12th
year students. by Mr. Anmol Vij
September 2013
CEO, Key Mind Learning Private Limited, Coimbatore.
Special talk on ―Continuing Education and Career
Opportunities‖ by Mr. Anand Sharma, Educational
29th August 2013
Consultant, IMS Learning Resources Pvt. Ltd.,
Coimbatore
Two Day Hands-on Training on ―.Net Programming
22nd & 23rd
with Applications‖ by A. Sayed Haroon, Karpagam
July 2013
College of Engineering, Coimbatore.
Seminar on ―Google App Engine and Cloud Hosting‖
th
19 July 2013
by Mr. Arun Kumar, Team Leader, Department of
Software, Pantech ProEd Pvt Ltd, Chennai..
12th
2013
Year 2012-2013
Professional Societies
S.No
Professional
Body
Date
1.
8th March 2013
2.
1st March 2013
IEEE Women in
Engineering
Students Affinity
Group
3.
4.
8th February 2013
19th January 2013
Activity
Seminar on ―Women of todaythe Balance Act‖ by Mrs.
Nandhini
Padmanabhan,
Manager-HR,
Payoda Technologies Pvt. Ltd.,
Coimbatore.
Seminar on ―Computers for Day
to Day Life‖ by Dr.M.Senthamil
Selvi,
Prof. & Head / IT Department,
SREC.
Career Counseling Programme
for 10th and +2 students of
Government Higher Secondary
School, Chettipalayam, Podanur,
Coimbatore, at their premises.
Guest Lecture on ―Women
Empowerment and You‖ by
Mrs.N.V.Sreejaya,
AdvocateIndia,
Solicitor-England
&
Wales.
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19th January 2013
6.
27th August 2012
Prof. S.P. Rajkumar, Prof &
Head, EEE, SREC addressed 40
students
from
Government
Higher
Secondary
School,
Mulanur, Tirupur on ―Career
Opportunities
for
School
Students‖. A campus tour was
also arranged to motivate them
to look beyond their narrow
living space.
Dr.
Ramalatha
Marimuthu,
Global
Chair,
WIE.
Mrs.J.R.E.Rajula,
Cost
Accountant, Paramount Quality
Systems, Coimbatore talked on
―Role of Women in Quality
Maintenance and Sustainability
in Industries‖
Association Activities
S.No
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
Date
Events
14th March 2013
A technical talk on ―Windows Phone 8.0 and
Application Development‖ for the benefit of the II
year B.Tech IT students by Mr. Hari Vignesh. J of II
IT A, Microsoft student partner.
National Level Technical Symposium XTENSIS‘13
by Mr.S. Venkatesh, Chief Operating Officer, Zylog
16th
February
Systems India Limited, Chennai.
2013
Events: Paper presentation, Best Manager , Quiz &
Multimedia were organized.
Guest Lecture on ―Open Source Development‖
th
9 February 2013 by Mr.Biju, Tech Lead, Glomantra, Bengaluru.
One day Workshop on ―ORACLE database
Administration‖. by Mr. Karthikayen Narayanan.P,
January 2013
ORACLE Database Administrator, Hewlett Packard,
Chennai.
A Seminar on ―Assistive Technology for Out of Sync
20th
December
Society‖ by Dr.Ramalatha Marimuthu, Professor,
2012
Kumaraguru College of Technology, Coimbatore.
3rd
18th
2012
One day Workshop on ―Android-Mobile Application
December Development‖. by Mr.Vasudev Kumaran, Chief
Consultant Iconosys, Inc. USA, Bangalore, Atom
Systems Pvt. Ltd.
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12th
2012
December
14.
20th July 2012
15.
23rd June 2012
Year 2011-2012
Professional
S.No
Body
Guest Lecture on ―Networking in Cloud‖.
by Ms. N. Uma Maheshwari, Project Manager,
Payoda Technologies Pvt. Ltd, Coimbatore
A Seminar on ―Evolutions And Revolutions Software Testing‖ by Mr. Mohan Shankar, Testing
Manager, Zylog Systems, Chennai.
A Seminar on ―My Own Experience with the
Industry‖ by
Mr. K.Vigneshwaran, Technology
Lead, Infosys Technologies Ltd, Bengaluru
Date
Activity
Dr.S.Vasantha Rathna,
1.
IEEE Women in
8th March 2012
Engineering
Students Affinity
Group
Head of the
Electrical
and
Engineering,
Department,
Electronics
Coimbatore
Institute
of
Technology,
Coimbatore,
Women‘s day Celebration –
Debate
Essay
Writing
&
Multimedia
Presentation
Contests.
Association Activities
S.No
Date
Events
A Seminar on ―Being Effective‖
18th
July 2011
1.
Resource Person : Mr.Anand Purushothaman ,
Chief Executive Officer, Payoda Technologies,
Coimbatore.
A Seminar on ―Life Skills‖
29th July 2011
2.
Resource Person : Mr. Racki Kandaswamy, Director,
Gap Bridge Tech Solutions, Bengaluru
A Seminar on ―Cloud Computing‖.
Resource Person : Mr. G.Srinivasan, Director, Mobisir
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Technologies Pvt. Ltd, Bengaluru
A Seminar on ―Emerging Technologies‖
3.
4th August 2011
4.
16thDecember
2011
5.
23rd
&
24th
February 2012
Resource Person: Mr.M.Kesavan, Manager, Devas
Technology (P) Ltd, Tata CMC Academy,
Coimbatore.
A Seminar on ――Introduction to Grid Computing‖
Resource Person : Prof. Jasma Balasangameshwara,
Galgotias College of Technology, New Delhi
National Level Technical Symposium XTENSIS‘12
Events : Paper presentation, Best Manager,
Quiz & Multimedia were organized.
A Seminar on ―Database Technologies‖
6.
16th March 2012
Resource Person: Mr. Su. Ketharinathan, Oracle Pvt
Ltd., Bengaluru addressed the students
33. List the teaching methods adopted by the faculty for different programmes.
Course Delivery methods:
 Smart Class Lectures: Visually attractive methods of teaching to
students are conducted through smart class lectures.
 Tutorials: Faculty members encourage students to solve problems or
develop programs during the tutorial sessions.
 Guest Lectures: Lectures by renowned academicians, IT professionals
and alumni are organized through Association activity for students in
upcoming technologies. The students actively organize and participate
in various professional societies and club activities to update their
knowledge.
 Group Assignment: The students form groups to identify, describe and
present assignment topics.
 Mini Project and Project: The students form groups to develop mini
projects for laboratory. Mini Project demonstration and oral examination
are also conducted as a part of the end semester evaluation. During the
final year, the students identify, analyze, design and develop projects in
the areas of emerging trends for evaluation.
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




Black Board activity: It is a conventional course delivery method to
convey knowledge in the learning process.
E-learning: Faculty members encourage students to use internet lab
facility to upgrade their knowledge in emerging technologies through Elearning.
EDUSAT: It is an interactive satellite based distance education system in
association with Anna University for core theory subjects conducted for
the students.
Webinar: Organizations like Infosys P.Ltd conduct online interactive
sessions for the benefit of faculty and students.
DELNET: Developing Library Network (DELNET) is a major resource
sharing library network for the access of faculty and students through
the URL http://delnet.nic.in
E-Journals: Notable E-Journals like IEEE, Elsevier, Springer, J-gate and
EBSCO are available in the Library for the benefit of students and
faculty to enhance their knowledge.
34. How does the department ensure that programme objectives are constantly
met and learning outcomes monitored?
Programme Assessment Committee establishes the Vision and Mission of the
Department, frame/revise Programme Educational Objectives (PEO) and
Programme Outcomes(PO) and check the alignment of the curriculum with POs,
analyze faculty contributions and achievements, assess students performance and
achievements, assess the strength and weakness of the programme, provide
suggestions for overall improvement of the programme and assess achievement of
PEOs and POs.
The Programme Outcomes (POs) are assessed based on their performance indicator
through
a) Direct Assessment tools
b) Indirect Assessment tools
a) Direct Assessment tools: It measures the extent to which a students‘ performance
meets the learning outcome. The evaluation method to directly assess the attainment
of POs is End Semester Examination.
 End Semester Examination:
It tests the attainment level of a particular programme outcome of the
student at the end of the course. It comprises of
i. Internal Assessment
ii. External Examination
i.
Internal Assessment:
The internal evaluation for a student can be broadly categorized as follows:
 Theory
 Practical
Theory: The assessment in theory subjects are done through internal evaluation
and consist of
 Assignment- assesses the students' knowledge with respect to the
attainment of course outcome and programme outcome.
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 Objective Test- focuses on the attainment of course outcomes and
programme outcomes through multiple choice questions. This tool helps
to determine the level of learning that students have acquired in specific
fields of study.
 Internal Test- serves as a performance assessment tool to measure
attainment of course outcomes and programme outcomes using a
descriptive exam. This measures a students‘ learning capability in specific
areas and also enables to assess the level of students‘ knowledge and
skills through scheduled tests conducted thrice in a semester.
 Attendance- monitors the academic progress of a student. A student is
expected to have a minimum of 80% attendance for appearing in the end
semester examinations.
Practicals:
Practical sessions are internally evaluated on the basis of
 Continuous Assessment-The implementation and successful
completion of the experiments/programs along with the related
laboratory record work are assessed during every lab sessions.
 Model Examination- This type of performance assessment is carried
out once/twice in every semester for each lab course to evaluate the
attainment of programme outcomes.
ii.
External Examination
It comprises of
 Theory Examination
 Practical Examination
In R2012 regulation, in the end semester, the students are assessed for 100
marks and it is converted to 80 marks.
b) Indirect Assessment tools:
The POs are assessed indirectly through Course End survey, Graduate Survey,
Co-curricular activities and Rubrics. The following are the evaluation methods
which indirectly assess the attainment of POs:
i. Course End Survey: A feedback is obtained from the students at the end of
every semester to improve the quality of the course and thereby indirectly
assess the attainment of programme outcomes.
ii. Graduate Survey: After graduation, feedback from students is obtained
pertaining to the instruction approach, learning environment, curricular
strengths/weakness and overall programme quality. Students are requested
to evaluate the achievement of each POs on a 1 to 4 scale
1- Excellent
2- Very Good
3- Good
4- Average
iii. Co-Curricular: Students participate in various inter and intra events such as
paper presentation, technical quiz, seminars, guest lectures and workshops.
These events motivate the students to enhance their knowledge and
improve leadership quality.
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iv.
Rubrics: Scoring rubric is a set of criteria and standards typically linked to
learning objectives. It focuses on measuring the appropriate dimensions. A
range of values to rate the performance and the degree to which the stated
objectives have to be met can also be measured. Rubrics are developed for
 Communication Skills
 Mini Project
 Project
The programme objectives are constantly measured by means of the
above said procedure. Other than the information stated above, the classroom
interactions and the conduct of regular department meeting ensure that
programme objectives are constantly met and learning outcomes are monitored
continuously.
35. Highlight the participation of students and faculty in extension activities.
The students and the faculty members are motivated to participate in various
extension activities such as knowledge enhancement programme, faculty
development programme and workshops, Seminars and conferences.
Students are regularly participating in various programme such as paper
presentation, code breaking, design contest and quiz programmes at inter
collegiate level and national level. Also, they won several prizes and awards
in the participated events. Participation of students in extension activities do
inculcate following values & quality in their growing personal complimenting
their academic learning experiencesBuilding self confidence.
Development of inter personal skills
Sense of responsibility toward societies
Helping and carrying attitude towards differently-able people.
Respect for nature & environmental protection needs.
Positive approach towards life
Joint-man ship & sense of togetherness
36. Give details of “beyond syllabus scholarly activities” of the department.
For the benefit of the faculty and student the department has conducted various
programs like Seminars, Conference, Workshops and Faculty Development
Programs etc in the last five years. Such programs provide a highly initiative
platform in developing various skills and competencies to foster a holistic
development among students. These pave the way to update their knowledge
and current techniques in the field of information technology. The faculty
members are encouraged to publish their research work in various journals and
magazines of national and international repute. The Institute sponsors and takes
care of all related expenses of faculty members for participating and presenting
papers in international/national conferences/seminars and as well as for
attending various faculty developments programs/trainings/workshops. It has
subscription to various reputed national/ international journals besides access to
various databases like Science Direct, EBSCO etc.
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37.
State whether the programme/ department is accredited/ graded by other
agencies. Give details.
NBA Accredited till 2014.Applied for Reaccreditation of the course
38.
Detail any five Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Challenges
(SWOC) of the department
Strength
 Dedicated Faculty Team with notable competencies
 Sufficient state of art software available along with computing
facilities
 Industry Based Electives in Curriculum
 Good Academic and Extra, Co-Curricular records by students
 Good Placement Record
Weakness
 Research publications in SNIP/SJR Journals
 Consultancy and Collaborative research
 Lack of Patents and IPR on technical concepts
 Lack of opportunities for international collaboration
 Department MoU with reputed leading industries
Opportunities
 Scope for new PG Programme
 Opportunities for signing MoU with reputed leading industries
 Development of innovative projects and patents through Research and
Development
 Preparing students for GATE, BEC and other competitive Exams
 Scope for improving the Industry Institute interaction for better
placements of
students
Challenges
 Striking a balance between academic, administrative, research and
consultancy
work
 Establishing new laboratories on latest technology like Mobile Apps
Development,
Internet of Things Lab, Cloud Deployment Lab
 To forge strong alliances with National and International organizations
for
academic and R&D activities in thrust areas of
Information
Technology
 To achieve 100% placement
 To excellence with 100% Academic Results
39. Future plans of the department.
 Choice based credit system
 Use of assessment software for PO assessment
 Upgrade syllabus regularly according to the Industry needs and increase
the employability nature
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
Expose students to various higher studies programmes in reputed
institutions like IIT , IIM and abroad
Motivate students to learn any one current technology and implement
their innovative concepts in their projects
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DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONICS AND INSTRUMENTATION
ENGINEERING
1. Name of the Department & its year of establishment :
Department of Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering
Established in the Year: 2001
2. Names of Programmes / Courses offered (UG, PG, M.Phil., Ph.D., Integrated
Masters; Integrated Ph.D., etc.)
S.No
1
2
Level
Programmes
UG-B.E
PG-M.E
Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering
Control and Instrumentation Engineering
3. Interdisciplinary courses and departments involved
S.No.
Interdisciplinary Courses
1
2
3
4
5
12EN2102
12MA2101
12PH2101
12CH2101
12CS2101
6
7
8
9
10
11
12ME2101
12EN2202
12MA2201
12PH2201
12CH2201
12MA2301
12
13
14
15
12EI2301
12EI2303
12MA2001
12EI2401
16
17
18
19
20
21
12EC2001
12ME2002
12BM2E16
12ME2E20
12EE2002
12AE2506
UG – B.E EIE
Technical English – I
Engineering Mathematics - I
Applied Physics
Applied Chemistry
Computer Fundamentals and C
Programming
Basic Civil and Mechanical Engineering
Communicative English
Engineering Mathematics-II
Materials Science
Environmental Science
Transforms and Partial Differential
Equations
Data Structures using C
Thermodynamics and Fluid Mechanics
Numerical Methods
Object Oriented Programming using C++
and Java
Principles of Management
Human Values and Professional Ethics
Health science and Technology
Non-Destructive Testing
Power Supply Systems.
Aircraft Systems and Instrumentation
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Year of
Establishment
2001
2013
Departments
Involved
English
Mathematics
Physics
Chemistry
CSE
Mechanical
English
Mathematics
Physics
Chemistry
Mathematics
CSE
Mechanical
Mathematics
CSE
MBA
MBA
Biomedical
Mechanical
EEE
Aeronautical
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PG – M.E CIE
12MA1108 Applied Engineering Mathematics
12EI1E11
Optimal Control
15MA1102 Advanced Mathematics
15EN1001 Technical Communication
1
2
3
4
Mathematics
EEE
Mathematics
English
4. Annual/ semester/choice based credit system: Semester Based Credit System
5. Participation of the department in the courses offered by other departments
S.No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
Interdisciplinary Courses
UG – B.E EIE
Electron Devices
Electric Circuits
Electron Devices Laboratory
Electric Circuits Laboratory
Microprocessor and its Applications
Microprocessor Laboratory
Control Engineering
Control Systems
PG – M.E CIE
12AE2402 Control Engineering
Departments
CSE & IT
IT
Aeronautical Engineering
ECE
Aeronautical Engineering
6. Number of teaching posts sanctioned and filled (Professors/Associate
Professors/ Asst. Professors)
Sanctioned
Filled
Professors
02
03
Associate Professors
03
01
Asst. Professors
10
13
Total
15
17
7.
Faculty profile with name, qualification,
(D.Sc./D.Litt. /Ph.D. / M. Phil. etc.,)
designation,
specialization,
No. of Years
Name
Qualification Designation Specialization
of
Experience
No. of
Ph.D.
Students
guided for
the
last 4 years
Dr.K.Srinivasan
Dr.D.Angeline
Vijula
M.E.Ph.D.
Professor &
Head
Electrical
Engineering
M.E.Ph.D.
Professor
(CIE)
Electrical
Engineering
16 Years
Teaching
1Year Industry
20 Years
Teaching
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NA
NA
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Dr.B.Sharmila
Dr.S.P.Vimal
M.E.Ph.D.
M.E.Ph.D.
Professor
Electrical
Engineering
12 Years
Teaching
1Year Industry
Information and
Asso. Prof. Communication
Engineering
Asst. Prof.
VLSI Design
(Sr.G.)
NA
11 Years
Teaching
NA
10 Years
Teaching
NA
Mrs.V.Rukkumani
M.E.
Mrs.V.Radhika
M.E.
Asst. Prof.
(Sr.G.)
Mrs.D.Devasena
M.E.
Asst. Prof. Communication
8 Years Teaching
(Sr.G.)
Systems
NA
Mrs.S.Mary Cecilia
M.E.
Asst. Prof.
NA
Mr.K.Pooventhan
ME. .
Asst. Prof.
Mr.M.Nagararaja
pandian
M.E.
Asst. Prof.
Applied
5 Years Teaching
Electronics
Power
Electronics and 4 Years Teaching
Drives
Applied
4 Years Teaching
Electronics
Mr.S.Vivek (VS)
M.E.
Asst. Prof.
Ms.K.C.Shanmuga
priya
M.E.
Asst. Prof.
Control and
3 Years Teaching
Instrumentation
NA
Mrs.T.Anitha
M.E
Asst. Prof.
Control and
3 Years Teaching
CIE
Instrumentation
NA
Mr.M.Prabhakaran
M.E
Asst. Prof.
Control and
3 Years Teaching
CIE
Instrumentation
NA
Ms.R.Ramya
M.E.
Asst. Prof.
Mr.Y.Dharshan
M.E.
Asst. Prof.
Control and
4 Years Teaching
Instrumentation
NA
Mr.P.Venkadesan
M.E.
Asst. Prof.
Control and
Instrumentation
NA
8.
Applied
Electronics
Embedded
Systems
Applied
Electronics
9 Years Teaching
3 Years Teaching
4 Years Teaching
1 Month
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
Percentage of classes taken by temporary faculty – programme-wise
information
NIL
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9.
Programme-wise Student Teacher Ratio
Programmes Academic
Student
Number of Faculty
Year
Strength (A)
Members (B)
UG – B.E
EIE
PG – M.E
CIE
2015-2016
2014-2015
2013-2014
2014-2015
2013-2014
Student
Teachers Ratio
(A/B)
180
14
12.87
36
03
12
10.
Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff:
sanctioned and filled
Sanctioned
Filled
Academic Technical Staff
08
08
Academic Non Technical Staff
01
01
Administrative Staff
11.
Number of faculty with ongoing projects from a) national b) international
funding agencies and c) Total grants received. Mention names of funding
agencies and grants received project-wise.
Name of the faculty
Funding
agency
Scheme
Name of the
project
Amount received
NIL
12.
Departmental projects funded by DST-FIST; DBT, ICSSR, etc.; total grants
received
Name of the faculty
Dr.M.Rangasamy
Dr.M.Rangasamy
Mrs.D.Angeline Vijula
Dr.M.Rangasamy
Prof.G.Gopu
Dr.M.Rangasamy
Funding agency
Scheme
ISTE / Conference
ISRO / Conference
CSIR / Conference
TNSCST / Conference
AICTE / Seminar Grant
IETE / Conference
AICTE / MODROBS
ISRO/ Conference
CSIR / Conference
AICTE / Seminar Grant
DRDO / Conference
Name of the project
Two days National
Level Conference on
―Adaptive Sensors &
Intelligent Systems,
NCASIS‘ 08
Modernization of
Computer Control of
Process Laboratory
(2009-2011)
National Conference
on Emerging Trends
in Instrumentation
Systems -
Sri Ramakrishna Engineering College – NAAC – SSR (Self Study Report)
Amount
received
5,000
25,000
30,000
10,000
75,000
5,000
10,00,000
30,000
40,000
75,000
30,000
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Dr.K.Srinivasan
Dr.K.Srinivasan
Dr.B.Sharmila
National
NCETIS‘11
Instruments/Conference
CSIR / Conference
National Conference
on Emerging Trends
in Instrumentation
DRDO / Conference
Systems NCETIS‘ 12
Innovative Invaders
Technologies /
National Conference
Conference
on Emerging Trends
ISTE / Conference
in Instrumentation
Systems NCETIS‘ 13
IEEE Madras Section /
Conference
Innovative Invaders
National Conference
Technologies /
on Emerging Trends
Conference
in Instrumentation
Vi Microsystems /
Systems NCETIS‘ 14
Conference
FDP on Advanced
IEEE Madras Section /
Control Systems
FDP
(2013-2014)
Dr.K.Srinivasan
AICTE / MODROBS
Modernization of
Transducer
Laboratory
(2013-2014)
Dr.K.Srinivasan
Mrs.V.Rukkumani
Anna University,
Chennai / FDTP
FDTP on Process
Control (2014 -15)
15,000
30,000
25,000
10,000
5,000
7,500
10,000
30,000
35,000
17,35,420
Under
Category
-III
13.
Research facility / centre with
o state recognition : NIL
o national recognition : - NIL
o international recognition : - Dr.K.Srinivasan, Professor and Head of
EIE Department received recognition for ICTACT for his contribution as
Journal Reviewer
14.
Publications:
*
Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals (national /
international):
77
a.
Monographs :
NIL
b.
Chapter(s) in Books :
NIL
c.
Editing Books :
NIL
d.
Books with ISBN numbers with details of publishers: 01
Name of the Book with ISBN number:
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Number listed in International Database (For e.g. Web of Science, Scopus,
Humanities International Complete, Dare Database - International Social
Sciences Directory, EBSCO host, etc.) /
f.
Citation Index – range / average
g.
SNIP
h.
SJR
i.
Impact factor – range / average
j.
h-index
Name of the Journal
The Imaging Science
Journal
Pattern Recognition
and Image Analysis
Dr.K.Srinivasan
International Journal
of Advanced Research
in Electrical,
Electronics and
Instrumentation
Engineering
Journal of Scientific
and Industrial
Number listed in
International
Database (For
e.g. Web of
Science, Scopus,
Humanities
International
Complete, Dare
Database International
Social Sciences
Directory,
EBSCO host, etc.)
SCOPUS,Science
,Zincscan,
Enng. Index,
ABCA
SCOPUS,
INSPEC, Google
Scholar, CSA,
ProQuest,
Academic
OneFile, ACM
Digital Library,
EI-Compendex,
Gale, OCLC,
PASCAL,
SCImago,
Summon by
ProQuest
Google, DOAJ,
DRJI, OAJI, Open
Access Library
Index
Citation –
range /
average
Impact
factor –
range /
average
SJR
Name of the
faculty
SNIP
e.
0.22
-
0.184
0.315
0.34
-
0.15
0.742
h-index
Author Name:
Publisher:
Digital Image Processing (978-93-82010-25-8)
Dr.K.Srinivasan/ Professor and Head of EIE
Sai Publication, Chennai
3
0.5
-
-
-
-
-
-
0.5
Sri Ramakrishna Engineering College – NAAC – SSR (Self Study Report)
Page 211
Research
International Journal
of Signal and Imaging
System Engineering
International Journal
on European Journal
of Scientific Research
Dr.B.Sharmila
Dr.D.Angeline
Vijula
International Journal
of Electrical
Engineering
International journal
of Innovative Research
in Science,
Engineering and
Technology
International Journal
of Computer Science
Issues
International Journal
of Emerging
Technologies and
Applications in
Engineering
International Journal
of Computer Science
and Information
Security
International Journal
of Electrical
Engineering
International Journal
Of Computer
Applications And
Technology
International Journal
of Advanced Research
in Electrical,
Electronics and
Instrumentation
Engineering
International Journal
of Computer
Applications
International Journal
of Emerging
Technology and
Advanced
-
-
-
0.267
0.713
-
-
-
-
-
0.11
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
GIP: 2.1708
SIP: 2.745
-
-
-
IMP: 0.438
-
-
-
Open Access
Research
Database
-
-
0.11
-
GOAP, UNESCO,
IST
-
-
-
-
Google, DOAJ,
Get
Cited,OAJI.Net
-
-
-
-
SNIP:2.73
IMP.Fac:1.77
2
-
-
-
IMP.Fac:2.32
-
-
-
ProQuest
ABI/INFORM
Genamics,
Elsevier
Bibliographic
Databases,
EMBASE, Ulrich,
DOAJ,
GEOBASE,
Scopus and
Mosby
Open Access
Research
Database
Open Access
Journal
Google Scholar,
ProQuest, DOAJ,
etc
2
Open Access
Sri Ramakrishna Engineering College – NAAC – SSR (Self Study Report)
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2
Engineering
International Journal
of Innovative research
in Technology
Journal of Theoretical
and Applied
Information
Technology
Asian Journal of
Scientific Research
Dr.S.P.Vimal
Mrs.V.Rukkumani
International Journal
of Computer
Networks and
Wireless
Communications
The Journal of
Computing
European Journal of
Scientific Research
International Journal
of Advanced Research
in Computer and
Communication
Engineering
International Journal
Of Computer
Applications And
Technology
International Journal
of Advances in Engg.
and Technology
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
0.48
-
-
-
-
-
Google Scholar
IMP: 0.593
SCI , DOAJ and
Scimago
0.713
-
-
-
Google Scholar,
DOAJ and DRJI
-
-
-
-
GOAP,UNESCO,
IST
-
-
-
-
Open Access
-
-
-
-
International Journal
of Chem Tech
Research
SCOPUS, Imago
Lab, SC IMAGO
Institution
research
0.32
-
-
-
International Journal of
Innovative Science,
Engineering &
Technology
GOAP,UNESCO,
IST
-
-
-
-
0.13
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
1.5
-
-
-
1.12
-
-
-
International Journal
of Applied
Engineering Research
Mrs.V.Radhika
Scimago Ranked
and Scopus
Indexed Journal
Google Scholar,
DOAJ and
SCIRUS
-
Australian Journal of
Basic and Applied
Sciences
International journal
of a Mechanics of
Robotics Systems
International Journal
Of Engineering And
Advanced Technology
(IJEAT) June 2012
SCOPUS, SC
IMAGO
Institution
research
Open Access
Yahoo, UK
INDEX,SONIC
RUN, DRJI, DIgg
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-
Mrs.D.Devasena
Mr.K.Pooventhan
Mr.M.Nagararaja
pandian
Mr.S.Vivek (KS)
Ms.R.Ramya
Mrs.P.Kalaiyarasi
Mrs.T.Anitha
Mr.M.Prabhakaran
International Journal
of Innovative research
in Technology
International Journal
of Engineering and
Advanced Technology
International Journal
of Innovative Research
in Electrical,
Electronics,
Instrumentation and
Control Engineering
International journal
of Innovative Research
in Science,
Engineering and
Technology
International Journal
of Artificial
Intelligence and Agent
Technology
International journal
of Innovative Research
in Electrical,
Electronics,
Instrumentation and
Control Engineering
International Journal
of Innovative Research
in Electrical,
Electronics,
Instrumentation and
Control Engineering
International Journal
of Scientific and
Technology Research
International Journal
on Computer Science
and Engineering
(IJCSE)
International Journal
for Science and
Advance Research
Technology
International Journal
of Innovative Research
in Technology
International Journal
of Computer
Applications (IJCA)
International Journal
of Innovative Research
In Electrical,
Electronics,
Instrumentation And
Open Access
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
Open Access
-
-
-
-
-
GOAP, UNESCO,
IST
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
Open Access
-
-
-
-
-
Open Access
-
-
-
-
-
Open Access
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
Open Access
-
Open Access
Open Access
Open Access
Sri Ramakrishna Engineering College – NAAC – SSR (Self Study Report)
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Control Engineering
Journal of Innovative
Research in
Technology
15.
Details of patents and income generated : NIL
16.
Areas of consultancy and income generated
Area
Event
Transducer
Engineering
(MODROB)
LabVIEW
(Virtual
Instrumentation)
-
-
-
-
Income
Generated
National Level Workshop
Rs. 29,000/Training to PRICOL Ltd Industrial
Professionals
Rs.40,000/-
17.
Faculty recharging strategies
 Motivation and Encouragement through Self Appraisals
 Provide On Duties for Higher Education, Extension Activities, etc.
 Incentives for completion of Doctoral Degrees irrespective
experiences
 TA for attending International Conferences, Industrial Visits
 Interactions with Industry Professionals
 Encashment of Earn Leave
 Medical Facilities
 Incentives for funded projects
18. Student projects
o
of
percentage of students who have done in-house projects including
inter-departmental
percentage of students doing projects in collaboration with
industries / institutes
Academic Year
In-house Projects %
Industry Projects %
UG – B.E EIE
2014-2015
45.83
54.18
2013-2014
24
76
2012-2013
20
80
2011-2012
100
PG – M.E CIE
2014-15
20
80
o
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UG – B.E EIE (Detailed List)
Academic Year: 2014-2015
Number of Internship Projects: 13
List of Industries
Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited, Thiruchirappalli
Robert Bosch Engineering and Business Solutions Limited, Coimbatore
Tamilnadu Paper Limited, Karur
Yokogawa India Chennai Pvt. Limited, Chennai
Neyveli Lignite Corporation Limited, Neyveli
Vi Micro system Pvt. Limited, Chennai
Aishwarya Enterprises, Coimbatore.
Roots Industries India Limited, Coimbatore
Academic Year: 2013-2014
Number of Internship Projects: 16
List of Industries
Aishwarya Enterprise, Coimbatore
Voltech Infrastructure Pvt. Limited, Chennai
Sakthi Sugars Limited, Sivaganga
Soliton Technologies Private Limited, Coimbatore
Green Wind and Solar Powertech Pvt. Limited, Coimbatore,
Roots Industries India Limited, Coimbatore
Sun Edison Development Centre, Bangalore
Pricol Limited, Coimbatore
Theeta Hex, Coimbatore
Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant, Kudankulam
Lakshmi Industrial Automation, Coimbatore
Ammarun Foundries, Coimbatore
National Instruments, Bangalore
Ford India Pvt. Limited, Chennai
Academic Year: 2012-2013
Number of Internship Projects: 16
List of Industries
Neyveli Lignite Corporation Limited., Neyveli
Caliber Embedded Technologies India Pvt. Limited, Coimbatore
Steel Authority of India Ltd., Salem Steel Plant Limited, Salem
VC Enterprises, Coimbatore
ACC Cements Pvt Limited, Coimbatore
Prachidhi Spinners Pvt. Limited, Tirupur
Syspro Automation, Chennai
REI Electronics Pvt Limited, Mysore
Amaravathi Co-operative Sugar Mill Limited, Tirupur
Alpha Helical Pumps Pvt. Limited, Coimbatore
Tuticorin Thermal Power Station, Tuticorin
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PG- M.E. CIE
Academic Year: 2014-2015
Number of Internship Projects: 12
List of Industries
Seshasayee Paper and Boards Limited, Erode
Tamil Nadu Newsprint Papers Limited, Karur
Kalki Communication Technologies Pvt. Limited, Ernakulam
Tamil Nadu Newsprint Papers Limited, Karur
Summits Hygronics Pvt. Limited, Coimbatore
PRICOL Limited, Coimbatore
19. Awards / recognitions received at the national and international level by
o Faculty : NIL
o Doctoral / post doctoral fellows : NIL
o Students : For the Academic Year: 2014-2015
S.
Name of the
Yr Name of the Details of the Period
Award/
N
Student(s)
.
Event
Organizer
/Date
Remarks
o
Karpagam
Project
7th Feb Appreciatio
II
College of
1. K.Divya
Display
2015
n
Engineering
Karpagam
G.Raajhanandhin
Project
7th Feb Appreciatio
II
College of
2.
i
Display
2015
n
Engineering
Government
19th college of
20th
First Prize
II
Circuit Titas
3. S.Anuharshini
Technology
Mar
2015
Government 19-20th
First Prize
II Circuit Titanc
college of
Mar
Technology
2015
Government 19-20th
First Prize
II
Project-X
college of
Mar
4. B.J.Miduna
Technology
2015
Government 19-20th
Technical
First Prize
II
college of
Mar
Quiz
Technology
2015
Sai Ram
28thOc
III Best Physique
Engineering
First Place
t 2015
College
Coimbatore
5. S.Lukeman
Musle fitness
District Body 1st Feb
III
Third Place
Hakkim
Point
Builders
2015
Association
III Inter District
Coimbatore
1st Mar
Second
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Body Building
Championshi
p
III
6. B.Nandhini
7. D.Sharmila
8. A.Aravinth
9. V.Dhanushya
10. P.Janani priya
Muscle
Fitness Point
III
Social Service
III
Certificate of
Appreciation
KCT Yugam
Technical
Contest
United
Institute of
Technology
III
SNSCT
TEXPERTA‘15
SNS College
OF
Technology
II
Table Tennis
EBET
III
II
Throw Ball
II
KHO-KHO
II
KHO-KHO
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
II
Long –jump
KHO-KHO
Volley Ball
KHO-KHO
Volley Ball
Basket Ball
KHO-KHO
KHO-KHO
400 metre
Running
100 metre
11. B.J.Miduna
12. C.Poovizhichelvi
13. R.Krishnaveni
14. B.J.Midhuna
Body Builders
Welfare
Society
Muscle
Building
Championshi
p
Rotaract club
of CBE
METRO
II
II
Sri
Ramakrishna
Engineering
College
Ranganathan
Engineering
College
PSG College
of Technology
Sri
Ramakrishna
Engineering
College
Sri Ramakrishna Engineering College – NAAC – SSR (Self Study Report)
2015
place in 75
kg category
5th
Apr
2015
First Place in
80 kg
category
2013
to
2014
12th 14th
Feb
2015
Involvement
Leadership
Award
6th
Mar
2015
19th 20th
Mar
2015
20th
Jan
2015
5th-6th
Feb
2014
7th- 8th
Jan
2015
17th
Mar
2015
-
Award
Second Prize
Third Place
Third Place
Winner
First Place
Runners-Up
Third Place
Runners-Up
Runner
Second Prize
First Prize
Second Prize
Second Prize
Second Prize
Third Prize
Second Prize
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Running
15. M.Tejeswaran
II
Volley Ball
United
Institute of
Technology
16. M.Tejeswaran
II
Volley Ball
PSG College
of Technology
II
II
II
II
3000 mts
1500 mts
KHO KHO
Throw Ball
Ball
Badminton
Kabaddi
400mts
Running
100 mts Relay
Basket Ball
Ball
Badminton
17. R.Banumathi
18. M.Abhiyukthana
II
II
II
19. R.Banumathi
II
II
II
20. A.Ranjitha
III
KHO-KHO
21. S.Ramya
III
Volley Ball
22. T.Rasika
III
Volley Ball
23. A.Ranjitha
24. B.Nandhini
S.Lukeman
25. Hakkim
III
III
Kabaddi
Throw Ball
III
Best Physique
III
Muscle fitness
point
26th 27th
Aug
2014
7th -9th
Jan
2015
Participation
Third Prize
Second Prize
First Prize
First Prize
Second Prize
Sri
Ramakrishna
Engineering
College
17th
Mar
2015
Second Prize
First Prize
First Prize
Second
First Prize
First Prize
PSG College
of Technology
Adithya
Institute of
Technology
Adithya
Institute of
Technology
Sri
Ramakrishna
Engineering
College
Kumaraguru
College of
Technology
Sri
Ramakrishna
Engineering
College
Coimbatore
District Body
Builder
Sri Ramakrishna Engineering College – NAAC – SSR (Self Study Report)
7th-8th
Jan
2015
22nd
Jan
2015
22nd
Jan
2015
Runners-Up
Second
Place
Second
Place
17th
Mar
2015
Second
Place
21st 22nd
Mar
2015
Second
Place
28th
Oct
2014
First Place
1st Feb
2015
Third Place
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IV
Work on
Industrial
automation
IV
Paper
presentation
26. M.Mohamad
Shimil
27. S.K.Ramadevi
28. N.Nithya Priya
29. K.Priya
30. M.R.Divya
S.No
Date
1
02.01.2015
and
03.01.2015
2
20.03.2015
3
20.03.2015
IV
IV
IV
IV
IV
Lectronfix
Association
Sri
Ramakrishna
Engineering
College
22nd
Jan
2015
Participation
26th
Feb
2015
First Prize
K S R college
of technology
Paper
Presentation
2nd- 3rd
Jan
2015
Participation in Conferences- PG M.E. (CIE)
Name of the
Event
International
Conference on
Electrical,
Instrumentation
&
Communication
Engineering –
Recent Trends
& Research
Issues
National
Conference on
Emerging
Trends in
Instrumentation
Systems
National
Conference on
Emerging
Trends in
Instrumentation
Systems
Third Prize
Third Prize
Third Prize
Participation
Organizers
Paper Title
Student
information
V. Sabarish
(1376014)
Sri Krishna
Institutions
Department
of Electrical
Science
Kovaipudur
Coimbatore
PID and
Fractional PID
controller
Implementation
for Two Mass
Drive Systems
Sri
Ramakrishna
Engineering
College,
Coimbatore
Disk Stepper
motor with
Permanent
Magnets
K.Siva kumar
(1476013)
K.Senthil
Kumar
(1476011)
Sri
Ramakrishna
Engineering
College,
Coimbatore
Privacy
Concern using
Biomedical
Security
System
P.ArunMozhi
Devan
(1476001)
P.Naveen
Kumar
(1476007)
20. Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops organized and the source of funding
(national/international) with details of outstanding participants, if any.
Professional Society: INSTRUMENT SOCIETY OF INDIA (ISOI)
Association Activities: AEINSTENS
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Academic Year 2012-13
S.No
1.
S.No
1.
2.
Date of
the Event
20.04.2013
Date of
the Event
07.03.2014
25.10.2013
&
26.10.2013
Event
National Conference
on ―Emerging Trends
in Instrumentation
Systems‖
(NCETIS‘13) Technical talk
Resource Person
and Topic
Dr. Kumar
Rajamani,
Research Engineer,
GE Global Solutions,
Bangalore.
“Biomedical Image
Processing”
Academic Year 2013-14
Event
Resource Person and
Topic
Dr.Prabhakar R Marur
National
Chief Technology Officer
Conference on
―Emerging Trends Pricol Ltd., Coimbatore.
in Instrumentation ―Role of Engineers‖
Dr.K. Srinivasan
Systems‖
Professor, Department of
(NCETIS‘14) ICE, NIT, Trichy
Technical talk
―Automation and its
relevance to
Instrumentation‖
Dr.K.Porkumaran
Faculty
Principal,
Development
Dr.N.G.P Institute of
Programme
Technology, Coimbatore
Dr.J.Prakash
Professor and Head,
Department of C& I,
MIT, Chennai
Dr.J.Arun Shankar
Associate Professor,
Department of ICE,
PSG, Coimbatore
Prof.P.Subha
Hency
Jose,
Associate Professor, EIE,
Karunya
University
Coimbatore
Dr.B.Sharmila
Associate Professor, EIE,
SREC, Coimbatore
Prof.D.Angeline Vijula
Associate Professor, EIE,
Sri Ramakrishna Engineering College – NAAC – SSR (Self Study Report)
Funding (Rs.)
IEEE – 7,500/ISTE – 5,000/Innovative
Invaders
Technology Ltd.
– 10,000/-
Funding (Rs.)
Innovative
Invaders
Technology
Ltd. – 10,000/VI
Microsystems
– 30,000/IEEE Madras
Section –
35,000/-
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SREC, Coimbatore
“Advanced Control
Systems”
S.No
1
2
Date of
the Event
20.03.2015
08.12.2014
to
14.12.2014
Academic Year 2014-15
Event
Resource Person and Topic
National
Conference on
―Emerging
Trends in
Instrumentation
Systems‖
(NCETIS‘15) Technical talk
Faculty
Development
and Training
Programme
Er.P.Sandhana Mohan
Program Manager and Test
Automation Expert
Robert Bosch Engineering &
Business Solutions Pvt.Ltd.,
Coimbatore
Dr. D. Ganesh Kumar
Professor & Head, EEE
PA College of Engineering
“Inaugural & Keynote Address”
Dr.M.Umapathy
Professor & Head, CIE, NIT
Trichy
Dr.S.Vijaya Chithra
Professor, EIE
Kongu Engineering College,
Erode
Prof.P.Subha Hency Jose,
Associate Professor, EIE,
Karunya University Coimbatore
Prof.K.Vijaya Kumar
Professor, ICE,
Dr.Mahalingam College of Engg
and Tech. Pollachi
Prof.M.Balaji
Professor, EIE,
Dr.Mahalingam College of Engg
and Tech. Pollachi
Prof.K.S.Varaivel
Associate Professor, EIE, Bannari
Institute of Tech.,
Sathyamamgalam
Prof.D.Angeline Vijula,
Associate Professor, EIE
Sri Ramakrishna Engineering
College, Coimbatore
“Process Control”
Sri Ramakrishna Engineering College – NAAC – SSR (Self Study Report)
Funding (Rs.)
VI
Microsystems
– 20,000/Science World
– 5,000/-
Anna
University,
Chennai
Funding
under
Category III
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21. Student profile course-wise:
Name of the
Selected
Pass
percentage
Applications
Course
(refer question
no. 2)
received
Male Female
U.G EIE
P.G CIE
22.
Male Female
2010-11 : 66
42
24
71.99
84.3
2011-12: 64
36
28
76.19
85.01
2012-13: 65
26
39
80.44
83.24
2013-14: 71
42
29
73.8
84.53
2014-15: 72
45
3
27
12
82.22
100
100
100
2014-15: As per Anna
University norms
Diversity of Students
Name of the
% of
Course
students
(refer question from the
no. 2)
college
% of
students
from the
state
% of
% of
students
students
from other from other
states
countries
EIE (2011-2015)
-
65/72= 90.28% 07/72= 9.72%
-
EIE (2012-2016)
-
65/66= 98.40 % 01/66= 1.5%
-
EIE (2013-2017)
-
67/68= 98.50% 01/68= 1.47%
-
EIE (2014-2018)
-
57/60=95%
03/60=5%
-
CIE (2013-2015) 1/15=6.67% 13/15=86.66% 1/15=6.67%
-
CIE(2014-2016)
-
0
10/13=76.92% 3/13=23.07%
23. How many students have cleared Civil Services, Defense Services, NET,
SLET, GATE and any other competitive examinations? : 15 (since 2010-11)
24. Student progression
Student progression
UG to PG
PG to M.Phil.
PG to Ph.D.
Ph.D. to Post-Doctoral
Employed
(UG)
 Campus selection
Percentage against enrolled
Since 2010-11 to 2013-14: 15/256 =5.86%
2011-2012 : 33/42 = 78.57%
2012-2013 : 14/40 =35%
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
2013-2014 : 25/31 =80.64%
2014-2015 : 35/48 =72.92%
2011-2012 : 08/09 =88.89%
2012-2013 : 03/26 =11.54%
2013-2014 : 04/06 =66.67%
2014-2015 : 01/13 =7.7%
Other than campus recruitment
Employed
(PG)
 Campus selection

2014-2015 : 1/15 =6.67%
2014-2015 : 5/15 =33.33%
Other than campus recruitment
Entrepreneur
Since 2010-11 to 2013-14: 03/256 = 1.17%
25. Diversity of staff
Percentage of faculty who are graduates
of the same parent university :
UG:
14/17=82.35%
&
PG:
16/17=
94.11%
from other universities within the State : UG: 3/17 = 17.65% & PG: 1/17=
5.88%
from other universities from other States :
26. Number of faculty who
assessment period. : 03
Academic Year
2011-2012
2013-2014
2015-2016
Nil
were awarded Ph.D., D.Sc. and D.Litt. during the
Name of the Faculty
Dr.K.Srinivasan
Dr.B.Sharmila
Dr.D.Angeline Vijula
Degree
Ph.D. in
Electrical Engineering
27. Present details about infrastructural facilities
g) Library : Total number of books in the department library: 726 (UG &
PG)
h)



Internet facilities for staff and students :
Total number of systems available: 78 (UG & PG)
All the systems are LAN connected
Faculty members are provided with Systems, Printers alone with
Internet facility
i) Total number of class rooms:
Rooms for PG
04 Class Rooms for UG and 02 Class
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j) Class rooms with ICT facility : 03 Class Rooms for UG and 02 Class
Rooms for PG
k) Students laboratories:
Total number of Laboratories in UG: 07 (with all the adequate
facilities)
 Process Control Laboratory
 Integrated Circuits Laboratory
 Industrial Instrumentation Laboratory
 Microprocessor and Microcontroller Laboratory
 Measurements and Transducer Laboratory
 Computer Laboratory (Virtual Instrumentation, DSP Lab)
 Electronic Circuits, Electric Circuits and Electron Devices
Laboratory
Total number of Laboratories in PG: 02
 Advanced Process Control and Instrumentation Laboratory
 Research Laboratory
28.
l) Research laboratories :

Available with latest software as LabVIEW and MATLAB
 Advanced Process Control Laboratory is established with the cost of
Rs 65 Lakhs for facilitating Students and Faculty doing Project and
Research.
Number of students of the department getting financial assistance from
College. :
SREC Alumni Association - financial Assistance for 04 students
every year since 2014-15
29.
Was any need assessment exercise undertaken before the development of new
program(s)? If so, give the methodology.
 During NBA visit during 2007, the committee feedback is to start
the PG Programme.
 Hence related work like curriculum development, faculty,
laboratory development was exercised.
 In the year 2013, PG M.E Control and Instrumentation Engineering
Department was started.
30.
Does the department obtain feedback from
a. Faculty on curriculum as well as teaching-learning-evaluation? If yes, how
does the department utilize it?
 Yes, the department obtains feedback from the faculty on
curriculum, teaching methodology, assessment / attainment of
course outcomes.
 The Programme Assessment Committee (PAC) consolidates and
forwards to Department Advisory Committee (DAC).
 The DAC have discussion and consolidated the suggestions to the
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Board of Studies Member for further discussions and approval.
b.
Students on staff, curriculum as well as teaching-learning-evaluation and
what is the response of the department to the same?
 The students provide feedback on the faculty and curriculum
through separate form.
 The PAC consolidates the curriculum feedback in the Course file
and submits to the PAC.
 The faculty feedback incharge consolidates the feedback of the
students on the faculty members and submits it to the Programme
Coordinator (PC). The PC takes necessary action if required.
c.
Alumni and employers on the programmes and what is the response of the
department to the same?
 The alumni and employers of the programme provide feedback on
curriculum and teaching learning process. The PAC consolidates
and submits to DAC for further discussion.
31.
List the distinguished alumni of the department (maximum 10)
1. L.S.Sriram (2002), Lalman, Corporation, Coimbatore
2. Mahendra Vellingiri (2005), COITOR IT TECH, Coimbatore
3. C.Aravind (2007), VC Enterprises, Coimbatore
4. M.Ganesh Gowtham (2012), GBS limited, Coimbatore
5. V.Sinan (2013), Alpha Helical Pumps, Coimbatore
6. K.Murali, (2014), Park Enterprises, Coimbatore
7. G.Sangeetha, (2005), Senior Associate, CTS, Coimbatore
8. L.Sathya, (2005), Associate Manager, CTS, Coimbatore
9. M.Shanmugapriya, (2005), Specialist Robert Bosch, Engineering and
Business solutions Pvt. Ltd., Coimbatore
10. Nirmal Singh, (2008), Specialist System Engineer, Verizon
Communication, Chennai
32.
Give details of student enrichment programmes (special lectures / workshops
/ seminar) with external experts.
Professional society activities: INSTRUMENT SOCIETY OF INDIA (ISOI)
Academic Year 2012-13
S.No
1.
Date of
the Event
11.07.2012
2.
14.08.2012
Event
InaugurationTechnical talk
Resource Person
Topic
Er. K.G. Gopinath,
Quality Engineer,
Pricol Limited,Coimbatore.
Er. A. Saravanakumaran,
Director-Gate Forum,
Issues of Product
Design and
Advanced Sensors
Gateway to Gate
Exam
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Guest Lecture
3.
24.08.2012
Coimbatore Region,
Coimbatore.
Er. P.R.Ravikiran,
Business Development
Executive,
Technophilia systems,
Mumbai.
Er. K.Ilanchezhilan
Technical Manager
Prolific Systems and
Technologies, Coimbatore
Mr. S. Kuladeepan,
& Mr. B. Kumar Santhosh,
Yokogawa India Limited,
Chennai.
Technical
Seminar
4.
22.01.2013
Technical
workshop
5.
04.02.2013
to
08.02.2013
Workshop
6.
11.02.2013
Seminar
7.
23.02.2013
8.
20.04.2013
National Level
Technical
Symposium
SANGRAHA‘1
3 - Technical
Talk
National
Conference on
―Emerging
Trends in
Instrumentatio
n Systems‖
(NCETIS‘13) Technical talk
Dr.A.Murugarajan,
Professor,
Dept of Mechanical
Engineering,
SREC, Coimbatore.
Mr. Rada Nair,
Senior Vice President,
Enzen Global Solutions
Private Limited, Bangalore.
Dr. Kumar Rajamani,
Research Engineer,
GE Global Solutions,
Bangalore.
Robotics and its
Applications
Industrial Process
Management
Distributed Control
System (DCS) &
Programmable
Logic Controller
(PLC)
Perspective on
Micro/Meso
Measurement &
Instrumentation
Needs for Engineers
in Industries
Biomedical Image
Processing
Academic Year 2013-14
S.No
1.
Date of
the Event
02.08.2013
2.
14.08.2013
Event
Technical
Seminar
Technical
Workshop
Resource Person
Mr. S. Sakthivel,
Associate Project Manager,
ADVETECH,
Coimbatore.
Mr. S. Sakthivel
Associate Project Manager,
ADVETECH,
Coimbatore.
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Topic
Sensors and
Actuators in
Industrial
Applications
MATLAB and
Its Applications
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3.
23.08.2013
Motivation
Talk
4.
20.09.2013
Guest
Lecture
5.
21.12.2013
Alumni
Interaction
6.
27.01.2014
Guest
Lecture
7.
07.03.2014
8.
11.03.2014
National
Conference
on
―Emerging
Trends in
Instrumentat
ion Systems‖
(NCETIS‘14)
Technical
talk
National
Level
Technical
Symposium
SANGRAH
A‘14Motivation
talk
Dr. Kavidasan MA. MA. MA. BL.
Ph.D, Director, Roots Industries
India Ltd, Coimbatore.
Mr. B. Harish Kannan,
Supply chain Manager,
Marico Pvt Ltd.
Palaghat.
Mr. S. Jayaprakash,
System Engineer,
Yokogawa Limited, Bangalore.
Ms. E. Lavanya
Maintenance Engineer,
MALCO Energy Ltd., Mettur.
Dr.M.R.M.Krishnappa
Professor,
Department of Physics,
SREC, Coimbatore.
Dr.Prabhakar R Marur
Chief Technology Officer, Pricol
Ltd., Coimbatore.
Dr.G.Tholkappia Arasu
Principal,
AVS Engineering College,
Salem.
Muyairchigal
vellum
Scope for
Students in
Higher
Education and
Industries
Industries and
Future Scope
Yoga for better
health
Automation and
its relevance to
Instrumentation
Future Scope for
Engineers
Academic Year 2014-15
S.No
1.
Date of
the Event
07.07.2014
2.
14.07.2014
Event
Resource Person
Topic
Inauguration
- Motivation
talk
Mr.Rajan Ramanujam MS,MBA
Director,
Enterprise Architecture,
CSG International,
OMEGA, United States.
Dr.S.Ananth
The path for a
Successful
carrier and
Life
Guest
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Lecture
Consultant Psychiatrist
Sri Ramakrishna Hospital,
Coimbatore
Mr.S.Prasanna Krishna
Director
Knowledge Emergence Global
Consulting, Aberdeen, UK
students
mental health
3.
30.07.2014
Guest
LectureCarrier
Guidance
Higher studies
at Aboard
4.
13.08.2014
Alumni
Interactions
Mr.R.Jothilan
Embedded Developer,
GRT Embedded Solutions,
Coimbatore.
Interview
Questions for
Instrumentatio
n Engineers
5.
19.08.2014
Mr.V.Mahendra
Co.Founder, Coiter IT Tech,
Coimbatore
Role of
Instrumentatio
n Engineering
in Industries
6.
26.02.2015
20.03.2015
Mr.S.Naveen Kumar,
Educational Consultant.
Er.P.Sandhana Mohan
Program Manager and Test
Automation Expert,
Robert Bosch Engg. & Business
Solution Pvt. Ltd., Coimbatore
Dr.D.Ganesh Kumar
Prof& Head
Department of EEE
PA College of Engineering
Quantitative
Skills
7.
8.
24.03.2015
National
Level
Technical
Symposium
―SANGRAH
A 15‖Motivation
talk
Alumni
Interaction
National
Conference
on
―Emerging
Trends in
Instrumentat
ion Systems‖
(NCETIS‘15)Technical
talk
Seminar
Mr.S.Dhanasekaran,
Design Engineer,
LIVEWIRE, Coimbatore
Simulation
and Prototype
model of
Electronic
Circuits using
orCAD
capture and
PSPICE
Student Chapter - ISOI
1.
Academic Year 2014-15
Mr.S.G.Siddharth,
06.08.2014 Alumni
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The Cutting Edge
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Interaction
2.
21.08.2014 National
Level Hands
on Training
3.
18.02.2015
&
27.02.2015
4.
20.02.2015
Awareness
Program
Alumni
Interaction
5.
17.03.2015
Intra College
Event
25.03.2015
Introductory
Seminar
6.
S.No
1.
2.
3.
1.
Assistant Professor,
Dept. of EIE, Bannari Amman
Institute of Technology,
Sathyamangalam
Mr.V.Rajasekaran
Sensors and
Application Engineer,
Measurements using
Innovative Invaders
LabVIEW
Technologies, Coimbatore.
Dr.K.Srinivasan
Prof.D.Angeline Vijula
Application of
Mrs.V.Rukkumani
Instrumentation
for
Mrs.D.Devasena
Polytechnic Students
Mr.K.Pooventhan
Mr.S.Vivek (VS)
Mr.C.Aravind
Industrial
Proprietor,VCEnterprises,
Automation
Coimbatore.
Mrs.V.Radhika
Paper Presentation
Mrs.S.Mary Cecilia
&
Mr.K.Pooventhan
Go Valor
Mr.M.Nagarajapandian
Dr.T.Daniel
Nanotechnology and
Prof.&Head
its potential
Dept. of Nanotechnology
applications in
SREC,Coimbatore
different areas
P.G (M.E. - Control and Instrumentation Engineering)
Date
Event
Resource Person
Topic
Academic Year 2013-14
29.10.2013 Guest
Dr.A.Sanjeevi Gandhi
Introduction to PID
Lecture
Asso. Prof.
and fuzzy controller
Karunya
University,
Coimbatore.
04.12.2013 Workshop
In Collaboration with Vi
Advanced Process
to
Microsystems
Control and
05.12.2013
Instrumentation
05.04.2014 Guest
Dr.S.Kanthalakshmi
Introduction to Control
Lecture
Associate Professor
Algorithms
Department of
Instrumentation and
Control Engineering
PSG College of
Technology,
Coimbatore.
Academic Year 2014-15
20.08.2014 Guest
Mrs. P. Subha Hency Jose Advanced Control
Lecture
Associate Professor
Strategies
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2. 09.10.2014 Workshop
3. 18.03.2015 National
Seminar
33.
Karunya University
Coimbatore
Mr.S. Nellaiyappan
Senior Software
Engineer,
Robert Bosch,
Coimbatore
Dr.P.Subha Hency Jose
Department of
Electronics and
Instrumentation
Engineering
Associate Professor
Karunya University,
Coimbatore
Dr.M.Ezhilarasi
Professor & Head
Department of
Electronics and
Instrumentation
Engineering
Kumaraguru College of
Technology
Mr.C.Narayanan
Senior Manager
Siemens Ltd.
Mr.A.Roberts Ramesh
Managing Director
M.K.Solutions
Mr.M.Karthikeyan
Senior Executive
Siemens Ltd.
Advanced Process
Control and Its
Applications
An overview of
Industrial Automation
List the teaching methods adopted by the faculty for different programmes.
S.No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Teaching Learning Methods
Lecture with discussion
Tutorial
Quiz
Demonstration of Experiments
Mini Projects
Multimedia Presentations
NPTEL Videos
Extra coaching classes
Industrial Visits
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10
11
12
S.
No
1.
2.
Industrial Internship Projects
Seminars
Inplant Training
34.
How does the department ensure that programme objectives are constantly
met and learning outcomes monitored?
Using the assessment of the Course Outcomes, Programme Outcomes and
Programme Educational Outcomes by the Faculty members, PAC and DAC,
the Programme Objectives are constantly monitored and ensured
35.
Highlight the participation of students and faculty in extension activities.
 Industry Institute Interaction Cell for Internship Projects, Inplant Training
and Industrial Visits
 Yoga and Meditation Cell for Confidence Building
 Women Empowerment Cell for girl students and lady staff
 Entrepreneurship Development Cell for new start ups
 Students actively participate in National Service Scheme
 Projects-Innovation Challenge India Design Contest 2015 (TIIC 2015)Texas Instruments
 No. of students cleared Certified LabVIEW Associate Developer (CLAD):
04
 ISTE Best Student Chapter Award 2014-15: Ms.G.Kowsalya
 ISTE Best Student Chapter Award 2009-2010: Ms. Divya Krishnan
 Ms. S.K. Ramadevi for have been selected to participate in a exhilarating
workshop ―INTERNET OF THINGS‖ conducted by INTEL at Bangalore
36.
Give details of ―beyond syllabus scholarly activities‖ of the department.
1. All the faculty members teach beyond the syllabus content in their
respective courses either through lecture or demonstration.
2. Two Value Added Courses for every batch of students during the course
of study
3. Pre-Placement Training
4. Entrepreneurship Development Centre
5. Co-curricular and Extra-curricular Activities
Name of the lab / code
12EE2202 Electric Circuits
Laboratory
12EC2202 Electron
Devices Laboratory
Semester
List of additional experiments beyond the
syllabus
II
Star to Delta conversion
II
Design of Rectifier Circuits
3.
12EI2306 Electronic
Circuits Laboratory
III
4.
12EI2406 Object Oriented
IV
1. Frequency response of class A and class B
Power amplifiers.
2. Current series and Shunt amplifier.
1.Number Conversion
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Programming Laboratory
12EI2407 Measurements
and Transducers
Laboratory
5.
12EI2506 Integrated
Circuits Laboratory
12EI2507 Virtual
Instrumentation
Laboratory
6.
7.
IV
V
Parity Check Generator
V
Closed loop control system using DC motor
1.Study of different order processes using
MATLAB
2.Non Interacting and Interacting System
3.Mathematical Modeling and controller
design for any real time system
4.Simulation of Inferential Control using
MATLAB
8.
12EI2605 Process Control
Laboratory
VI
9.
12EI2606 Microprocessor
& Microcontroller
Laboratory
VI
10.
12EI2607 Industrial
Instrumentation
Laboratory
37.
38.
2.Pascals triangle
1. LabVIEW Based Temperature measurement
using RTD and Thermocouple
2. LabVIEW Based measurement of vibration
using Accelerometer
Traffic Light Controller Interfacing
1.Flow measurement using wheel flow meter
2.pH Measurement
VI
3.Standarization of pH Meter
4.Measurement of conductivity of test solution
State whether the programme/ department is accredited/ graded by other
agencies. Give details.
 Department of EIE was accredited by NBA, New Delhi for 3 years in 2007
 Reaccredited in 2012
 ISO 9001:2008 Certified
 Permanently Affiliated to Anna University Chennai
Detail any five Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Challenges (SWOC)
of the department
 Strengths
o Accredited twice by NBA
o Permanently Affiliated to Anna University, Chennai
o Well Qualified Faculty Members
o Well equipped Laboratories
 Weaknesses
o Has to improve in Research Activities through RPS and get
Recognized Research Department from University.
o Less number of Publications in Referred Journals
 Opportunities
o Placement in leading production and manufacturing industries
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39.
o Large scope in research areas like smart sensors and networks, etc
 Challenges
o Establishment of Institute-Industry-Innovative Laboratory
o Placement in Core Industries
Future plans of the department.
 Get Recognition for the Research Department
 Publish Research papers in Referred Journals
 Collaborations with Foreign University for Academic Excellence
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DEPARTMENT OF BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING
1. Name of the Department & its year of establishment
Department Name
: BIOMEDICAL ENGINNERING
Year of establishment
: 2006
2. Names of Programmes / Courses offered (UG, PG, M.Phil., Ph.D., Integrated
Masters; Integrated Ph.D., etc.)
Name of the Programme
B.E
Courses Offered
Biomedical Engineering
Year of starting
2006
3. Interdisciplinary courses and departments involved
S.No
Semester
1
2
3
4
5
6
Course code
12EN2101
12MA2101
12PH2101
12CH2101
12CS2101
I
12ME2101
7
12CS2102
8
12ME2102
9
12PH2102
10
12CH2102
11
12
12EN2201
12MA2201
13
14
15
16
II
III
12PH2201
12CH2201
12ME2203
12MA2302
Course Title
Department
Involved
Technical English-I
Science
and
Engineering Mathematics-I Humanities
Applied Physics
Applied Chemistry
Computer Fundamentals Computer
and C Programming
Science
Basic Civil and Mechanical Civil
and
Engineering
Mechanical
Programming Laboratory
Computer
Science
Engineering Practices
Mechanical
Laboratory
Engineering
Applied
Physics Science
and
Laboratory
Humanities
Applied Chemistry
Laboratory
Technical English-II
Science
and
Engineering Mathematics- Humanities
II
Material Science
Environmental Science
Engineering Graphics
Mechanical
Laboratory
Engineering
Transforms and random
Science
and
processes
Humanities
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17
12EI2401
IV
18
12BM2405
19
12EN2001
V
20
12BM2601
VI
21
12BM2606
Object Oriented
Programming Using C++
and Java
Object Oriented
Programming Laboratory
Communication Skills
laboratory
Visual Programming
Visual Programming
Laboratory
Computer
Science
Computer
Science
Science
and
Humanities
Computer
Science
Computer
Science
4. Annual/ semester/choice based credit system
Examination system: Semester based credit system
5. Participation of the department in the courses offered by other departments
The department of Biomedical Engineering is offering courses as for other
discipline students. The list of courses offered is as follows:
S.No
Semester
Course
code
1
III B.E/
B.Tech
12BM2E16
Health Science and
Technology
2
I B.E
12EC2203
3
I B.E
12EC2204
Electric circuits and
Devices
Circuits and Devices
Laboratory
Course Title
Department offering
the course
Aeronautical Engineering,
Electronics and
Instrumentation Engineering,
Information Technology,
Electronics and
Communication Engineering
Computer science
Engineering
Computer science
Engineering
6. Number of teaching posts sanctioned and filled (Professors/Associate
Professors/ Asst. Professors)
Post
Professors
Associate Professors
Asst. Professors
Sanctioned
1
2
11
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Filled
1
1
12
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7. Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation, specialization, (D.Sc./D.Litt.
/Ph.D. / M. Phil. etc.,)
Name
Qualification
Dr.G.Gopu
B.E.,M.Tech.,PhD., Professor &
Head
B.E.,M.E.,
Associate
PhD.,
Professor
Dr.B.Bala
subramanian
Mr.J.Prasad
B.E.,M.E.,
(PhD).,
Mrs.L.Dhiviya
lakshmi
B.E.,
M.Tech.,
Mrs.T.Sivaranjani
B.E.,M.E.,
Mr.V.S.Mahendran
Mr.A.Velmurugan
M.Sc.,
M.Tech.,
(PhD)
B.E.,M.E., (PhD)
Mrs.R.Rajeshwari
B.E.,M.E.,
Ms.S.Maheswari
B.E.,M.E.,
Mrs.G.Lavanya
B.E.,M.E.,
Mrs.S.Shobha
Christila
B.E.,
M.Tech.,
Ms.R.Sree Padmini
B.E.,M.E.,
Designation Specialization
Assistant
Professor
(Sr.G)
Assistant
Professor
(Sr.G)
No. of
Years of
Experience
Instrumentation 18 Years
Engineering
Molecular
10 Years
computation,
Teaching,
Biomems and
11 Years
Soft computing Industry
VLSI Design
6.5 Years
Rehabilitation,
Biomechanics
and Materials
6.9 Years
Assistant
Professor
(Sr.G)
Assistant
Professor
(Sr.G)
Assistant
Professor
(Sr.G)
VLSI Design
and signal
Processing
Proteomics
6.7 Years
Control System,
Radiology and
Endoscopy
Assistant
Professor
(OG)
Assistant
Professor
(OG)
Radiology and
soft computing
3.5 Years
Teaching,
11 Years
Industry
4.5 Years
Image
Processing and
Biomaterials
3 Years
and 5
Months
Assistant
Professor
(OG)
Assistant
Professor
(OG)
Assistant
Professor
(OG)
Diagnostic and
Therapeutic
Equipments
Medical Image
Processing
3 Years
Image
processing and
Embedded
1.7 Years
Teaching,
0.6 Years
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9 Years
3 Years
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Mr.R.Surya Rajan
B.E., M.Tech.,
Assistant
Professor
(OG)
Assistant
Professor
(OG)
Ms.V.Srividhyasakhi B.E., M.E.,
system
Prosthetic
design
Industry
-
Medical
Instrumentation
-
8. Percentage of classes taken by temporary faculty – programme-wise information
NIL
9. Programme-wise Student Teacher Ratio*
Academic
Year
No of students
II Year
III Year
Total no
of
students
IV Year
Total no of
Faculty
Student
teacher
ratio
2011-2012
56
62
65
183
11
16.64
2012-2013
66
56
62
184
12
15.33
2013-2014
64
65
56
185
12
15.42
2014-2015
54
62
64
180
12
14.91
*Faculty handling First year course are not considered for calculating Student
teacher ratio.
10. Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff:
sanctioned and filled
Sanctioned
Filled
Academic support staff
5
5
Administrative staff
1
1
11. Number of faculty with ongoing projects from a) national b) international
funding agencies and c) Total grants received. Mention names of funding
agencies and grants received project-wise.
S.No Academic
Year
Title of the Project
1
Any Time Medical
Mr.A.Velmurugan
Assistance (ATMA) AP (Sr.G)/BME
2014-2015
Investigator
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Sanctioned
Status
amount/Agenc
y
Rs.39,990/Ongoing
SNR & sons
Trust
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2
Audio visual
Entertainment and
Acupressure
Therapy for
Insomnia
Total Grants Received
12. Departmental projects funded
received
Name of Project title
Funding
S.
No Agency
1.
TNSCST
Self defecation
cot for bed
ridden patients
2.
IEEE
Stimulation
Assist Dynamic
wrist extension
splint in stroke
patients
3
TNSCST
Design of voice
controlled
three fingered
robotic arm
4
ICTACT
Audio visual
Entertainment
2015
and
Acupressure
Therapy for
Insomnia
Rs.5,222/Ongoing
SNR & sons
Trust
Mrs.L.Dhiviya
lakshmi
AP(Sr.G)/BME
Rs.45,212/-
by DST-FIST; DBT, ICSSR, etc.; total grants
Name of Faculty
Academic
Year
Sanctione
d Amount
Status
Mrs.T.Sivaranjani
AP(Sr.G)
2009-2010
Rs.5000/-
Completed
Dr.B.Bala
Subramanian
Associate
Professor
2010-2011
Rs.10000/-
Completed
Mrs.G.Lavanya
AP(OG)
2013-2014
Rs.7500/-
Completed
Mrs.L.Dhiviya
Lakshmi
AP(Sr.G)
2014-2015
Rs.10,000/- Completed
Rs.32,500/-
Total Grants Received
13. Research facility / centre with
o State recognition
: Nil
o National recognition
: Nil
o International recognition : Faculty Members recognized as Reviewer
in International Journal and Conference.
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S.No
1.
Name of the
Staff with
designation
Dr.G.Gopu,
Prof & Head
/BME
Academic Year 2013-2014
Academic Title of the paper reviewed
Year
2013-14
―Adaptive background
modeling algorithm based
on objects dynamicity‖
― Modular based
classification system for
weed classification‖
―A Comprehensive study
on image Steganography
and Steganalysis
Techniques‖
―Gradient Based Vein
Extraction Algorithm for
Biometrics System‖
1.
2.
Dr.G.Gopu,
Prof & Head
/BME
Dr.B.Bala
subramanian,
Associate
Academic Year 2014-2015
2014-15
―A Color Features Based
Methodology for variety
Recognition from Bulk
Paddy‖
2014-15
―Optimal Hyper Analytic
Wavelet Transform for
Glaucoma Detection in
Fundal Retinal Image‖
―Performance Evaluation of
Different Peak Models of
Eye Movement EEG signal
using Artificial Neural
Network‖
―Optimal relative
transforming matrix based
on principal component
Sri Ramakrishna Engineering College – NAAC – SSR (Self Study Report)
Details of the Journal
Scientific and
Professional Journals
reviewer. Assigned
Reviewer of IJCVR
Referee for the
International Journal of
Information and
Communication
Technology(IJICT)
Reviewer for the IEEE
International
Conference on Green
Computing,
Communication and
Electrical Engineering
Reviewer for
Inderscience
Publishers-Publishers
of Distinguished
academic, scientific and
professional journals
Reviewer for the
Journal of Electrical
Engineering &
Technology
Reviewer for Elsevier
publications ASOC-D14-01880
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Professor
/BME
analysis for fault detection
of aluminum electrolysis
process‖
―Physical Examination
Determinants for
Colonoscopy Patients with
Positive Fecal Occult Blood
Applied Soft Computing‖
14. Publications:
*
Number of papers published in peer reviewed Journals (National /
International)
Faculty members have published 40 International journals out of
which, 2 are listed in Annexure I Journals and 9 are listed in Annexure II
Journals.
S.No Name of
Faculty
1.
Dr.G.Gopu
HoD/BME
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
S.No
1
the Title
ISBN
Name of Publisher
&
Year
of
publication
Carbon Nanotubes as ISSN:
1680-0737 Springer Link,
a Cradle of Impulse
(Print)
Volume 43, 2014,
for Implantable
pp 456-459
1433-9277 (Online)
Medical Devices
Monographs
Chapter(s) in Books
Editing Books
Books with ISBN numbers with details of publisher
SNIP
Faculty Name
Dr G Gopu
Professor and Head
- Nil
- 01
- Nil
- Nil
Paper Title
SNIP
A Proposed Novel Approach of Voice
Controlled Prosthetic Arm for
Differently abled
0.784
Automatic Belt Controlled Wheelchair
0.6680
Closed Loop Analysis of Single-Phase
Soft-Switching PFC Converter
0.256
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Dr.B.Balasubramanian
Associate Professor
3.
Mrs.G.Lavanya
Assistant Professor(OG)
f.
Registration of PET And MR Images of
Human Brain using normalized Cross
Correlation algorithm and Spatial
Transformation Techniques
0.655
Automatic belt controlled Wheelchair
0.6680
Number listed in International Database (For e.g. Web of Science, Scopus,
Humanities International Complete, Dare Database - International Social
Sciences Directory, EBSCO host, etc.)
8 Journals are available in International Database.
g.
S.No
1.
2.
Impact factor – range / average
Range
- 0.123 to 6.81
Average -1.5
Name Of The
Faculty
Dr.B.Bala
subramanian
Associate
Professor
Mrs.L.Dhiviya
lakshmi
AP(Sr.G)
Title Of The Paper
A Multiresolution Transform Based
Detection of Throat Abnormalities
Non-Rigid Registration of Neck MRI
Image for Cancer Detection
Registration of Pet and MR Images Of
Human Brain Using Normalized
Cross Correlation algorithm and
Spatial Transformation Techniques
PET/CT and MRI Image Registration
using Wavelet Transform and
Artificial Neural Networks
Portable Therapeutic Device for
Venous Insufficiency of Lower Limb
LabVIEW Based Exhalation
Monitoring System
Mobile Phone Based Transcutaneous
Electrical Nerve Stimulation
Antimicrobial Air Filter for Ventilators
using Aerogel
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Impact Factor
0.396
0.736
0.123
0.799
1.76
0.4
1.5
2.05
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3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Mrs.T.Sivaranjani
AP(Sr.G)
Mrs.R.Rajeshwari
AP(Sr.G)
Ms.S.Maheswari
AP(OG)
Mrs.G.Lavanya
AP(OG)
Mrs.S.Shobha
Christila
AP(OG)
Ms.R.Sree
Padmini
AP(OG)
Development of Fracture Fixation
Plate using Natural Composite
Materials
Mobile Phone Based Transcutaneous
Electrical Stimulation
Inhaler Parameter Monitoring
Automatic Fovea Detection and
Grading of Diabetic Maculopathy
Design And Development of Post
Knee Arthroscopy Assist Device
White Blood Cell Segmentation using
Hybrid segmentation Methods
Portable Foot Dorsiflexor for the
Treatment of Deep Vein Thrombosis
Predicting The Severity of Cervical
Cancer using Image Processing
Techniques
Functional Electrical Simulation for
Grasping in Hemiplegic Patients
Classification of Breast Tumor Mass
using Probabilistic Neural Network
and Radial Basis Function Neural
Network Algorithm
Automatic Fovea Detection and
Grading of Diabetic Maculopathy
Severity Levels
System to Detect and Transmit The
Heart Rate of an Accident Victim for
Medical Assistance
Classification of Breast Tumor Mass
Using Probabilistic Neural Network
and Radial Basis Function Neural
Network Algorithm
Psoc Based Wearable Glove Pulse
Oximeter With GSM Module Far
Telemedicine
Process-Properties and Correlation in
Hydroxyapatite Bioceramics
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0.4
1.5
6.810
1.76
1
1.375
1.214
1.214
0.442
2.94
1.76
2.05
2.94
1.76
1.69
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h.
S.NO
1.
SJR
NAME OF THE
FACULTY
2.
Dr.G.Gopu
Professor and Head
TITLE OF THE PAPER
Carbon Nanotubes actuating Implantable
Medical Devices
Voice Recognition and Touch Screen
Control based Wheel Chair for Paraplegic
Persons
Automatic Belt Controlled Wheelchair
0.21
Closed Loop Analysis of Bridgeless PFC
CUK Converter with Drives Application
Closed Loop Analysis of Single-Phase SoftSwitching PFC Converter
Gripping Force Measurement and EMG
Classification for Hand Functions
Automatic belt controlled Wheelchair
0.15
Mr.V.S.Mahendran
AP(Sr.G)
Mrs.G.Lavanya
AP(OG)
i.
Citation Index Range/Average
Range
- 1 to 16
Average - 6.2
j.
h-index
Range
- 1 to 2
Average -1.2
3.
FACULTY NAME
Dr.G.Gopu
Mr.B.Balasubramanian
Mrs.K.S.Vijaya
Mr.V.S.Mahendran
Mrs.G.Lavanya
SJR
DESIGNATION
Professor and
Head
Associate
Professor
Assistant
Professor (Sr.G)
Assistant
Professor (Sr.G)
Assistant
Professor (OG)
0.13
0.21
0.49
0.13
0.21
CITATION
INDEX
16
H INDEX
5
1
3
1
6
1
1
1
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15. Details of patents and income generated
Nil
16. Areas of consultancy and income generated
S.No
Name of the Staff
Nature of Participation
Dr.B.Balasubramanian
Associate Professor
Project member for the
―Development of software for
ventilator test kit project‖
Mrs.T.Sivaranjani
Assistant Professor (Sr.G)
Provided consultancy to Alfin
Industries - Phase 1 ― Current and
Voltage requirement for Anodizing
the cooking vessels‖
Mrs.R.Rajeshwari
Assistant Professor(OG)
Provided consultancy to Nivrithi
Hospital for the ―Massage product
development required to help
asthma patients‖.
4
Mrs.T.Sivaranjani
Assistant Professor (Sr.G)
Ms.S.Maheswari
Assistant Professor (OG)
Provided consultancy to Alfin
Industries - Phase 2 ― Current and
Voltage requirement for Anodizing
the Separators‖
5
Mrs.L.Dhiviyalakshmi
Assistant Professor (Sr.G)
Contributed to the project work in
the Pulmonology done in KG
Hospital
Mr.A.Velmurugan,
Assistant Professor (Sr.G)
Mr.J.Prasad
Assistant Professor (Sr.G)
Ms.S.Maheswari
Assistant Professor (OG)
Provided Consultancy (Designed
timer circuit for regulating X-ray
exposure time in refurbishment of
X-ray equipments)to MITS Medical
System
Dr.K.S.Vijaya
Assistant Professor (Sr.G)
Provided Consultancy (Medical
Textile production using plant
sources-Mediware) to Sri
Karpagam Mills India Pvt.Ltd.
1.
(Academic
Year)
2011-12
2
3
6
7
2012-13
2013-14
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9
2014-15
Dr.B.Balasubramanian
Associate Professor
Provided Consultancy to Fyrsta
―Scientific Advisory Board member
Dr.B.Balasubramanian
Associate Professor
Department Coordinator for the
Fyrsta project ―Pain management
program and its relevant projects‖
17. Faculty recharging strategies :
Faculty members are attended the following Programmes
 National and international conference
 Seminars
 Workshop
 short term courses
 Faculty development programme
 industrial visits
 Guest Lecture
 Orientation Programme
 Hands on training sessions
 Resource person for Guest lecture, Conferences and symposium
 Reviewer of Journals at International level
Details of courses attended by Faculty Members
Academic
Year
No of Faculty Members
Faculty
Seminar Conference Workshop
Development
Programme
FDP
2011-2012
4
2
-
-
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Training
Program/
Resource
person
Hands on
Training
2
1
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2012-2013
1
1
1
20
-
1
2013-2014
15
-
-
1
5
5
2014-2015
4
4
13
3
8
1
Academic Year 2011-2012
S.N
o
1
2
3
Name of the
Faculty
Dr.B.Bala
subramanian
Associate Professor
Mr.J.Prasad
Assistant Professor
(Sr.G)
Ms. K.S.Shobana
Assistant Professor
(OG)
Title of the
From
course/
Seminar/Worksho
p/FDP
Participated in
12-10-11
―National Level
Technical Paper
Contest- VI
Mantra‘2011‖
(NICE committee
member)
Resource Person for 14.03.12
National Seminar
―Technological
Advancements in
Biomedical Field‖
To
Organized by
-
National
Instruments,
Bangalore
-
National Seminar
on
―Acquisition
Analysis and
Digital Processing
of Medical
Images‖.
21.7.11
23.7.11
5 days FDP on
―Medical
Instrumentation
and Materials in
Medicine‖
06.6.11
10.6.11
Department of
BME,
Dhanalakshmi
Srinivasan
Engineering
College,
Perambalur.
Department
ECE,
Dr.
Mahalingam
College of
Engineering
&Technology,
Pollachi.
Department of
Biomedical
Engineering,
PSNA College
of Engineering
and
Technology,
Dindigul.
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4
Ms.R.Aarthi
Assistant Professor
(OG)
5 days FDP on
―Medical
Instrumentation
and Materials in
Medicine‖
06.6.11
10.6.11
5
Ms. R.Rajeshwari
Assistant Professor
(OG)
5 days FDP on
―Medical
Instrumentation
and Materials in
Medicine‖
06.6.11
10.6.11
6
Ms.S.Yaminipriya
Assistant Professor
(OG)
5 days FDP on
―Medical
Instrumentation
and Materials in
Medicine‖
06.6.11
10.6.11
7
Mr.V.S.Mahendran
Assistant Professor
(Sr.G)
National Seminar
on
―Novel Approach
of Modern
Analytical
Techniques in
Standardization
and Bioestimation
Of Herbal Drugs‖.
23.11.11
10.6.11
CME Programme
on
―
Automated
Diagnostic ToolsBoon to Better
Health‖
18.06.11
10.6.11
Sri Ramakrishna Engineering College – NAAC – SSR (Self Study Report)
Department of
Biomedical
Engineering,
PSNA College
of Engineering
and
Technology,
Dindigul.
Department of
Biomedical
Engineering,
PSNA College
of Engineering
and
Technology,
Dindigul.
Department of
Biomedical
Engineering,
PSNA College
of Engineering
and
Technology,
Dindigul.
Sri Ramakrishna
College of
Pharmacy,
Coimbatore.
VG Hospitals
& Medical
Centre
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S.No
Name of the
Faculty
1
Mr.B.Bala
subramanian
Associate Professor
2
Mr.J.Prasad
Assistant Professor
(Sr.G)
Title of the
course/
Seminar/Worksh
op/FDP
Seminar on
―Signal and Image
Processing‖
From
09.03.13
To
-
Organized by
IEEE
Communications
Society- Madras
Chapter, Sri
Ramakrishna
Engineering
College,
Coimbatore.
Sri Ramakrishna
Engineering
College,
Coimbatore.
National
9.8.12
workshop on
―Hands on
Training in ASIC
/FPGA Design
Flow using Mentor
graphics EDA
tool‖.
Workshop on
08.2.13
―Xilinx
System Generator
for DSP
Applications‖
Workshop on
14.2.13
―QUALNET
Software‖
10.8.12
15.02.13
Department of
ECE, Sri
Ramakrishna
Engineering
College,
Coimbatore
Workshop on
―Research Issues
in Wireless
Communication‖
28.03.13
Department of
ECE,
Sri Ramakrishna
Engineering
College,
Coimbatore
27.3.13
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-
Karpagam
College
of Engineering,
Coimbatore.
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3
Dr.K.S.Vijaya
Assistant Professor
(Sr.G)
4
Mrs.S.Yaminipriya
Assistant Professor
(OG)
5
Ms,T.Sivaranjani
Assistant Professor
(Sr.G)
6
Mrs.L. Dhiviya
lakshmi
Assistant Professor
(Sr.G)
Workshop on ―
Computational
Protein Docking
and Protein
Interaction‖
Workshop on
―Research
Activities and
Future Trends in
biomedical
Engineering‖
Workshop on
―Matlab-Image
Processing‖
21.01.13
23.01.13
14.2.13
-
10.09.12
-
ADVETECH,
Coimbatore.
Workshop on
―Image Processing
and Computer
Vision using
Matlab‖
16-08-12
-`
Faculty
Development
Programme on
―CMOS
Technologies
Design and
Implementation‖
28.6.12
29.6.12
Coimbatore
Institute of
Engineering
And
Technology,
Coimbatore.
ECE
Department of
Angel College
of
Engineering and
Technology,
Tirupur.
Attended
―Industry
Institute
Interactive
Conclave 2013‖.
30.5.13
31.05.13
Department of
EEE,
Sri Ramakrishna
Engineering
College,
Coimbatore
Workshop on
―Image Processing
and Computer
Vision Using
16-8-12
-`
Coimbatore
Institute of
Engineering
And
Sri Ramakrishna Engineering College – NAAC – SSR (Self Study Report)
Bannari Amman
Institute of
Technology,
Sathyamangala
m.
PSG college of
technology,
Coimbatore.
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7
8
9
Mr.V.S.Mahendran
Assistant Professor
(Sr.G)
Mrs.R. Rajeshwari
Assistant Professor
(OG)
Mr.A.Velmurugan
Assistant Professor
(Sr.G)
Technology,
Coimbatore.
Workshop on
―COSMOL V4.3a‖
18.01.13
-
Resource Person
For Technical
Symposium―SANGRAHA‘13‖
16.03.13
-
Workshop on
―Image Processing
and Computer
Vision using
Matlab‖
16-8-12
-`
Audio Processing
Workshop using
LabVIEW
23.2.13
-
Workshop on
― Image
Processing and
Computer Vision
using Matlab ―
16.8.12
-
Workshop on
―Xilinx
System Generator
for DSP
Applications‖
Workshop on
―QUALNET
Software‖.
08.2.13
-
Karpagam
College
of Engineering,
Coimbatore.
14.2.13
15.02.13
Department of
ECE, Sri
Ramakrishna
Engineering
Sri Ramakrishna Engineering College – NAAC – SSR (Self Study Report)
Kumaraguru
College of
Technology,
Coimbatore.
Department of E
& I,
Sri Ramakrishna
Engineering
College
Coimbatore
Institute of
Engineering
And
Technology,
Coimbatore.
National
Institute of
Technology,
Tiruchirapalli
Coimbatore
Institute
of Engineering
and
Technology,
Coimbatore.
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College,
Coimbatore
10
Ms.S.Maheswari
Assistant Professor
(OG)
11
Ms.G.Lavanya
Assistant Professor
(OG)
12
Mrs.S.Shobha
Christila
Assistant Professor
(OG)
Workshop on
―Research Issues
in Wireless
Communication‖
27.3.13
28.03.13
Department of
ECE,
Sri Ramakrishna
Engineering
College,
Coimbatore
Hands-on
Workshop on
―Low Power VLSI
Design Using
Cadence Tools‖
18.4.13
19.04.13
Department of
ECE,
Karpagam
University,
Coimbatore
Attended
―Industry
Institute
Interactive
Conclave 2013‖.
30.5.13
31.05.13
Department of
EEE,
Sri Ramakrishna
Engineering
College,
Coimbatore
Workshop on
―Biomedical
Research and
Application
Development
Using (UWB)
RADARS
Workshop on
―Matlab-Image
Processing‖
12.09.12
13.09.12
Department of
BME, PSG
College of
Technology,
Coimbatore.
10.9.12
-
Advetech,
Coimbatore.
Workshop on
―Matlab-Image
Processing‖
10.09.12
-
Advetech,
Coimbatore.
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S.No
Name of the Faculty
Title of the course/
From
To
Organized by
Seminar/Workshop/
FDP
1
2
3
Dr.G.Gopu
Professor & Head
Dr.B.Bala
subramanian
Associate Professor
Mr.J.Prasad
Assistant Professor
(Sr.G)
Resource Person for
International
ConferenceICGCCEE‘14.
06.03.14
08.03.14
Dr.NGP Institute
of Technology,
Coimbatore
Resource Person for
National Conference
on ―Intelligent
Instrumentation
Control and
Computing
Electronics and
Instrumentation
Engineering‖
14.03.14
15.03.14
Karunya
University,
Coimbatore
Acted as Resource
Person in Educators
Day‘13
02.09.13
-
National
Instruments,
Bangalore
Resource person for
National Level
Technical
Symposium
13.09.13
-
Department of
ECE, RVS
Technical
Campus
Coimbatore
Completed Five days
Course on ―MEMS
Devices Design‖
03.06.13
07.06.13
SriDutt
Technologies,
Bangalore.
Attended FDP on
―Advanced
Control Systems‖
25.10.13
26.10.13
Department of
EIE,
Sri Ramakrishna
Engineering
College,Coimbat
ore.
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4
Dr.K.S.Vijaya
Assistant Professor
(Sr.G)
5
Mrs.T.Sivaranjani
Assistant Professor
(Sr.G)
6
Mrs.L.Dhiviyalaksh
mi Assistant
Professor
(Sr.G)
7
8
Mr.V.S.Mahendran
Assistant Professor
(Sr.G)
Mrs.R. Rajeshwari
Assistant Professor
(OG)
Attended FDP on
―Wireless
Technologies on
Modern Medical
Equipments‖
Attended FDP on
―Digital and
Analog VLSI
Design‖
Completed Five days
Course on ―MEMS
Devices Design‖
Attended FDP on
―Recent Advances
in Bio-Sensors for
Healthcare
Technology‖
Completed Five days
Course on ―MEMS
Devices Design‖
18.11.13
24.11.13
Department of
ECE,
PSG Tech,
Coimbatore.
20.11.13
26.11.13
03.06.13
07.06.13
17.02.14
23.02.14
Department of
ECE,
CIT,
Coimbatore.
Sri Dutt
Technologies ,
Bangalore.
Department of
BME,PSG college
of Technology,
Coimbatore.
03.06.13
07.06.13
Sri Dutt
Technologies
Bangalore.
Workshop on
―Training of
Evaluators/
Resource Persons on
Outcome Based
Accreditation‖
18.01.14
21.01.14
NBA, New
Delhi, at Nodal
Centre, Bannari
Amman Institute
of Technology,
Erode.
Participated in FDP
on ―Medical Imaging
and Informatics‖
21.04.14
28.04.14
Department of
BME, PSG
College of
Technology,
Coimbatore.
Resource person for
―Hands on Training
Programme on
LabVIEW‖ For Pricol
Pvt.Ltd, Coimbatore.
2.01.14
4.01.14
Sri Ramakrishna
Engineering
College,
Coimbatore.
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Completed Five days
Course on ―MEMS
Devices Design‖
03.06.13
07.06.13
Sri Dutt
Technologies,
Bangalore.
Attended FDP on
―Advanced
Control Systems‖
25.10.13
26.10.13
10.02.14
14.02.14
Ms.S. Maheswari
Assistant Professor
(OG)
Completed 5 days
Training Program on
―LabVIEW‖ core 1
and Core 2.
Attended FDP on
―Digital
Communication‖
Department of
EIE,
SREC,
Coimbatore.
NI systems India
Pvt. Ltd,
Bangalore.
10.06.13
16.06.13
18.11.13
24.11.13
11
Mrs.G.Lavanya
Assistant Professor
(OG)
Attended FDP on
―Wireless
Technologies on
Modern Medical
Equipments‖
Attended FDP on
―Digital
Communication‖
10.06.13
16.06.13
12
Mrs. S. Shobha
Christila
Assistant Professor
(OG)
Attended FDP
On ―Methodology
of Teaching for
Effective
Learning‖
Participated in FDP
on ―Medical Imaging
and Informatics‖
21.02.14
22.02.14
21.04.14
28.04.14
9.
10.
13
Mr.A.Velmurugan
Assistant Professor
(Sr.G)
Ms.R.Sree padmini
Assistant Professor
Attended FDP on
20.11.13
―Digital and
Analog VLSI Design‖
Sri Ramakrishna Engineering College – NAAC – SSR (Self Study Report)
26.11.13
Centre for
Faculty
Development
Anna University,
Chennai.
Department of
ECE, PSG Tech,
Coimbatore.
Centre for
Faculty
Development
Anna University,
Chennai.
Department of
Science and
Humanities
Adithya Institute
of Technology.
Department of
BME, PSG
College of
Technology,
Coimbatore.
Department of
ECE, CIT,
Coimbatore.
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14
(OG)
Participated in FDP
on ―Medical Imaging
and Informatics‖
21.04.14
28.04.14
Mr.S.Sandesh
Assistant Professor
(OG)
Attended FDP on
―Research
Oriented artificial
Implants and
Therapeutic
Technologies‖
Participated in FDP
on ―Medical Imaging
and Informatics‖
29.11.13
30.11.13
21.04.14
28.04.14
Department of
BME, PSG
College of
Technology,
Coimbatore.
Department of
Electronics and
Instrumentation
Engineering,
KCT,
Coimbatore.
Department of
BME, PSG
College of
Technology,
Coimbatore.
Academic year 2014-2015
S.N
o
Name of the Staff
1
Dr.G.Gopu
Professor & Head
Title of the
From
Course/Seminar/Wor
kshop/Conferences
Attended National
21.8.14
Conference on ―BioNano Technology‖
To
Details of the
event
23.8.14
Resource Person for
the ―Inaugural
function of the BMESI
Student 4chapter‖
-
Three days
national
conference on
Bio-Nano
Technology
BioNano-14
organized by the
Department of
Nanotechnology,
Sri Ramakrishna
Engineering
College,
Coimbatore
Chief Guest for
the BMESI
student chapter
inaugural
function
conducted by
11.09.14
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2
Dr.B.Bala
Subramanian
Associate
Professor
Attended National
Conference on ―BioNano Technology‖
21.8.14
23.8.14
3
Mr.J.Prasad
Attended National
Assistant Professor Conference on ―Bio(Sr.G)
Nano Technology‖
21.8.14
23.8.14
4
Dr.K.S.Vijaya
Attended National
Assistant Professor Conference on ―Bio(Sr.G)
Nano Technology‖
21.8.14
23.8.14
Sri Ramakrishna Engineering College – NAAC – SSR (Self Study Report)
Department of
Biomedical
Engineering,
Vellalar College
of Engineering
and Technology,
Erode.
Three days
national
conference on
Bio-Nano
Technology
BioNano-14
organized by the
Department of
Nanotechnology,
Sri Ramakrishna
Engineering
College,
Coimbatore
Three days
national
conference on
Bio-Nano
Technology
BioNano-14
organized by the
Department of
Nanotechnology,
Sri Ramakrishna
Engineering
College,
Coimbatore
Three days
national
conference on
Bio-Nano
Technology
BioNano-14
organized by the
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5
Mrs.T.Sivaranjani
Attended National
Assistant Professor Conference on ―Bio(Sr.G)
Nano Technology‖
21.8.14
23.8.14
6
Mrs.L.Dhivialaksh
mi Assistant
Professor
(Sr.G)
Attended National
Conference on ―BioNano Technology‖
21.8.14
23.8.14
7
Mr.V.S.Mahendra
n Assistant
Professor
(Sr.G)
Attended FDP on
―Biomems and
Biomaterials‖
14.7.14
20.7.14
Sri Ramakrishna Engineering College – NAAC – SSR (Self Study Report)
Department of
Nanotechnology,
Sri Ramakrishna
Engineering
College,
Coimbatore
Three days
national
conference on
Bio-Nano
Technology
BioNano-14
organized by the
Department of
Nanotechnology,
Sri Ramakrishna
Engineering
College,
Coimbatore
Three days
national
conference on
Bio-Nano
Technology
BioNano-14
organized by the
Department of
Nanotechnology,
Sri Ramakrishna
Engineering
College,
Coimbatore
TEQIP-II
Sponsored
Faculty
Development
Programme
Organized by the
Department of
Biomedical
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Attended National
Conference on ―BioNano Technology‖
8
Mrs.R.Rajeshwari
Attended FDP on
Assistant Professor ―Soft Computing
(OG)
Techniques for
Clinical Decision
Making‖
Attended a ‗Hands –
on‘ Training Session
for Biomedical and
Technicians
9
Mr.A.Velmurugan Attended National
Assistant Professor Conference on ―Bio(Sr.G)
Nano Technology‖
21.8.14
23.8.14
07.7.14
13.7.14
16.05.15
-
21.8.14
23.8.14
Sri Ramakrishna Engineering College – NAAC – SSR (Self Study Report)
Engineering,
PSG College of
Technology,
Coimbatore.
Three days
national
conference on
Bio-Nano
Technology
BioNano-14
organized by the
Department of
Nanotechnology,
Sri Ramakrishna
Engineering
College,
Coimbatore
One Week FDP
Organized by the
Department of
Biomedical
Engineering,
PSNA College of
Engineering &
Technology,
Dindigul
One day HandsOn training
session for
Biomedical and
Technicians
organized by
Tech Aspire,
Coimbatore.
Three days
national
conference on
Bio-Nano
Technology
BioNano-14
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Attended a
Workshop on
―Control System‖
Attended National
Seminar on
―Transforms and
Medical Data
Interpretation‖
10
Ms.S.Maheswari
Attended a Course
Assistant Professor on ―Biomedical
(OG)
Equipment
Calibration, Testing &
Image Processing‖
Attended Seminar on
―Engineering
Approaches for Early
Detection of Breast
and Cervical Cancer‖
2.12.14
12.12.14
18.02.15
-
02.6.14
06.6.14
20.6.14
21.6.14
Sri Ramakrishna Engineering College – NAAC – SSR (Self Study Report)
organized by the
Department of
Nanotechnology,
Sri Ramakrishna
Engineering
College,
Coimbatore
Organized by
IIT, Kharagpur.
Department of
Biomedical
Engineering, Sri
Ramakrishna
Engineering
College,
Coimbatore
Five days Course
conducted by
Aries Biomed
Technology,
Coimbatore and
Scientific
Computing
Solutions,
Chennai at Sri
Ramakrishna
Engineering
College,
Coimbatore.
ICMR Sponsored
Seminar
organized by the
department of
Electronics and
Communication
Engineering,
Kongu
Engineering
College,
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11
Attended National
Conference on ―BioNano Technology‖
21.8.14
23.8.14
Attended a Training
on ―Biomedical
Systems, Signals and
Images‖
17.11.14
21.11.14
21.8.14
23.8.14
16.05.15
-
Mrs.G.Lavanya
Attended National
Assistant Professor Conference on ―Bio(OG)
Nano Technology‖
Attended a ‗Hands –
on‘ Training Session
for Biomedical and
Technicians
Sri Ramakrishna Engineering College – NAAC – SSR (Self Study Report)
Erode.
Three days
national
conference on
Bio-Nano
Technology
BioNano-14
organized by the
Department of
Nanotechnology,
Sri Ramakrishna
Engineering
College,
Coimbatore
5days QIP
training
organized by
Department of
Applied
mechanics, IITM, Chennai
Three days
national
conference on
Bio-Nano
Technology
BioNano-14
organized by the
Department of
Nanotechnology,
Sri Ramakrishna
Engineering
College,
Coimbatore
One day HandsOn training
session for
Biomedical and
Technicians
organized by
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12
13
Mrs.S.Shobha
Attended National
Christila
Conference on ―BioAssistant Professor Nano Technology‖
(OG)
21.8.14
23.8.14
Attended a Seminar
on ―Advanced
Simulation
Techniques and
Computational
Methods‖
Mr.S.Sandesh
Attended a Course on
Assistant Professor ―Biomedical
(OG)
Equipment
Calibration, Testing &
Image Processing‖
16.12.14
-
02.6.14
06.6.14
21.7.14
25.7.14
Attended INUP
Hands-on Training
Workshop on
―Nanofabrication
Technologies
Sri Ramakrishna Engineering College – NAAC – SSR (Self Study Report)
Tech Aspire,
Coimbatore.
Three days
national
conference on
Bio-Nano
Technology
BioNano-14
organized by the
Department of
Nano
technology,
Sri Ramakrishna
Engineering
College,
Coimbatore.
International
Seminar
conducted by Sri
Krishna College
of Technology,
Coimbatore.
Five days Course
conducted by
Aries Biomed
Technology,
Coimbatore and
Scientific
Computing
Solutions,
Chennai at Sri
Ramakrishna
Engineering
College,
Coimbatore.
INUP Hands-on
Training
Workshop
organized by IIT
Bombay,
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Attended National
Conference on ―BioNano Technology‖
21.8.14
23.8.14
Completed Training
in ―Hp Life Learning
Course on Profit and
Loss‖
Attended FDP on
―Advanced Signal
Processing Systems
for Engineering
Research‖
26-01-15
-
19-03-15
20-03-15
Attended Workshop
on ―Arm Advanced
Technology
Supported by Keil
Arm Tools‖
04-12-14
-
Participated in
―Electronics Rocks
2014‖
10-10-14
11-10-14
Sri Ramakrishna Engineering College – NAAC – SSR (Self Study Report)
Mumbai.
Three days
national
conference on
Bio-Nano
Technology
BioNano-14
organized by the
Department of
Nanotechnology,
Sri Ramakrishna
Engineering
College,
Coimbatore
Online course
conducted by HP
Corporate
Affairs
Two days FDP
organized by
Department of
ECE, Sri
Ramakrishna
Engineering
College,
Cbe-22.
One day
Workshop
organized by
department of
M.E-Embedded
system
technologies and
ISTE chapter,
SREC,Cbe-22
Organized by
EFY Group at
NIMHANS
convention
centre,
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14
Ms.R.Sreepadmini Attended Seminar on
Assistant Professor ―Engineering
Approaches For Early
(OG)
Detection of Breast
and Cervical Cancer‖
20.6.14
21.6.14
Attended a Course
on ―Biomedical
Equipment
Calibration,Testing &
Image Processing‖
02.6.14
06.6.14
Attended National
Conference on ―BioNano Technology‖
21.8.14
23.8.14
Attended a FDP on
―Embedded and RealTime Software &
12-10-14
18-10-14
Sri Ramakrishna Engineering College – NAAC – SSR (Self Study Report)
Bengaluru.
ICMR Sponsored
Seminar
organized by the
department of
Electronics and
Communication
Engineering,
Kongu
Engineering
College, Erode.
Five days Course
conducted by
Aries Biomed
Technology,
Coimbatore and
Scientific
Computing
Solutions,
Chennai at Sri
Ramakrishna
Engineering
College,
Coimbatore.
Three days
national
conference on
Bio-Nano
Technology
BioNano-14
organized by the
Department of
Nanotechnology,
Sri Ramakrishna
Engineering
College,
Coimbatore
TEQIP-II
Sponsored one
week Faculty
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Systems‖
Development
Programme,
Organized by
PSG College of
Technology,
Coimbatore.
18. Student projects
o
Percentage of students who have done in-house projects including
inter-departmental
Academic year
20112012201320142012
2013
2014
2015
percentage of
100%
100%
100%
100%
students
o
Percentage of students doing projects in collaboration with
industries / institutes
- NIL
19. Awards / recognitions received at the national and international level by
o
o
o

Faculty
Doctoral / post doctoral fellows
Students
: Nil
: Nil
Ms.S.Sivasakthi (Batch 2012-2016) has attended the summer research
fellowship in IITM.

Mariya yeldhos ,Hema.P,Sowmya Narayanan
(Batch 2011-2015) has
received ICTACT 2015 Student innovator award of cash prize Rs.10,000

Mr. Prasad Balachandran (Batch 2011-2015) participated in Essay Writing
Competition conducted by RUTGERS University, New Jersey. Among
1,70,000 entries worldwide his essay was shortlisted for best hundred
categories. He received a cash prize of 200$.

Mr. Prasad Balachandran (Batch 2011-2015) has been inducted as
Motivation speaker (Non-technical) by Microsoft Users Group.
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
Ms.Sanjanaa Jeevandass (Batch 2011-2015) cleared CLAD (International
Certification) examination conducted by National Instruments.

Ms.D.Sharanya (Batch 2010-2014) has received the summer research
fellowship offer from Indian Academy of science, Bangalore and she
underwent her internship at IIT Madras.

Mr.Kiran kumar G.R(Batch 2010-2014) has selected as research scholar to
pursue direct PhD under the faculty of Applied mechanics in IIT,Madras.

Mr.Fredrick Johnson (Batch 2010-2014) has received INR 10,000 as a travel
grant from IEEE Madras Section for presenting a technical paper in National
university of Singapore, Singapore.

Mr.S.Balaji (Batch 2010-2014) has obtained the fourth position in NCATNational Creativity Aptitude Test Conducted by IIT, Delhi.

Mr.J.Fredrick Johnson (Batch 2010-2014) underwent Internship in IIT Madras
and he has been appointed as Research scholar in HTIC at IITM

Mr.S.Saravana kumar (Batch 2009-2013) has selected as research scholar to
pursue PhD under the faculty of Applied mechanics in IIT, Madras.

Mr.S T B.Prabhukarthi (Batch 2008-2012) has secured second Place in 9th
Kyokushin Full Contact State Senior Karate & Katas Tournament.
20. Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops organized and the source of funding
(national/ International) with details of outstanding participants, if any.
Academic
Year
Professional
Society
Name of the Event
Date
Year
2012-2013
Bio Medical
Engineering society
of India (BMESI)
National Level Symposium
―EKKLESIA-13‖
09.04.2013
Rs.7500/-
2013-2014
Bio Medical
Engineering society
of India (BMESI)
National Seminar on ―Medical 31.08.2013
Instrumentation- Application
& Design‖
Rs.7500/-
Innovative
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& Fund
Received
Rs.5000/Page 266
Invaders
2014-2015
ISTE/ SREC
Students Branch
Bio Medical
Engineering society
of India (BMESI)
National
Seminar
on 18.02.2015
―Transforms and Medical Data
Interpretation‖
Project Exhibition
15.04.2015
RS.5000/-
Rs.7500/-
Rs.32,500/
-
Total Grants Received
21. Student profile course-wise:
Name of the
Pass percentage (%)
Selected
Applications
Course
received
(refer question no. 2)
Male
Female
Batch
Male
Female
2011-2012
67
25
42
2008-2012
45
93
2012-2013
65
18
47
2009-2013
45
82.01
2013-2014
53
13
40
2010-2014
55
89.4
2014-2015
60
15
45
2011-2015
60
88.09
22.
Diversity of Students
Name of the % of students
course
from the college
Refer Question
No.2
% of students
from the state
% of students
from other
states
% of students
from other
countries
2008-2009
-
90.7%
9.3%
-
2009-2010
-
100%
-
-
2010-2011
-
89.7%
10.3%
-
2011--2012
-
92.5%
7.5%
-
2012-2013
-
89.2%
10.8%
-
2013-2014
-
96.2%
3.8%
-
2014-2015
-
93.3%
6.7%
-
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23.
How many students have cleared Civil Services, Defense Services, NET,
SLET, GATE and any other competitive examinations?
Academic Year
2012-2013
2013-2014
24.
GRE
TOEFL
3
-
-
No of Students
GATE
CMAT
2
1
CIVIL
SERVICES
-
1
Student progression
Student progression
UG to PG
Academic Year
Percentage
2010-2011
2011-2012
2012-2013
7%
7%
13.8%
2013-2014
2014-2015
10%
9.375%
PG to M.Phil.
PG to Ph.D.
Ph.D. to Post-Doctoral
Nil
Nil
Nil
Employed


Campus selection
Through Internship
Academic Year
Percentage
2011-2012
30.64%
2012-2013
2013-2014
2014-2015
2011-2012
2012-2013
2013-2014
2014-2015
24.19%
35.71%
32.8%
Nil
43.54%
14.2%
32.8%
Entrepreneurs
Academic Year
2010-11
Family Business/Others
01(Entrepreneur)
Details
Mr.Siddharth Nair
Managing Director,
Sri Ramakrishna Engineering College – NAAC – SSR (Self Study Report)
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2012-13
02(Entrepreneur)
2013-14
01(Entrepreneur)
Fyrsta innovations(India) pvt.,Ltd.,
Chennai
Mr.V.Girish & R.Selvamani
Managing Director
RADIQ,
Hosur
Ms.S.Pavithra
Managing Director,
Kanagathara Exporters,
Coimbatore
25. Diversity of staff
Percentage of faculty who are graduates
of the same parent university
from other universities within the State
from other universities from other States:
Percentage
57%
42%
NIL
26. Number of faculty who were awarded Ph.D., D.Sc. and D.Litt. during the
assessment period.
 03 Faculty Members were awarded with Ph.D.
 One of the faculty members have submitted Thesis and awaited for
Viva –Voce.
S.No
1.
2.
3.
Faculty Name
Dr.K.S.Vijaya
AP(Sr.G)
Dr.G.Gopu
Professor & Head
Dr.B.Bala
subramanian
Associate Professor
Ph.D Thesis/Title
Biometric & Biochemical studies on the
influence of parthenium vermicompost,
farmyard, manure & chemical fertilizer
on the growth & yield of Abelmoschus
esculentus L and Solanum melongona L
Acquisition
and
Analysis
of
Electrograstrogram for Classification of
Digestive system disorders
Certain Investigations on multimodality
Image analysis for HNC Cancer
Assessment by soft computational
Techniques
Sri Ramakrishna Engineering College – NAAC – SSR (Self Study Report)
Ph.D
Awarded
2012
2013
2014
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27. Present details about infrastructural facilities
a.
b.
c.
d.
Sl. No.
Library
: Total no of books-230
Internet facilities for staff and students
Internet facilities for staff
: 06
Bandwidth
: 100 Mbps
Internet facilities for students
: Common facility-NET Lab
Total number of class rooms
: 04
Class rooms with ICT facility
: 04
Students‘ laboratories
:10
Area of the laboratory available
(sq.m.)
Name of the Laboratory
1
Biochemistry and Human
Physiology Lab
2
Electronic Laboratory I
68.34 m2
3
Electronic Laboratory II
67.063 m2
4
Pathology and Microbiology Lab
105.216m2
5
Microprocessor &
Microcontroller Lab
6
Digital Signal Processing Lab
67.54 m2
7
Object Oriented Programming
Lab
67.54 m2
8
Virtual Bio Instrumentation Lab
70.97 m2
9
Visual Programming Lab
67.54 m2
10
Medical Instrumentation Lab
e.
Research laboratories
105.216m2
122 m2
122 m2
: NIL
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28. Number of students of the department getting financial assistance from
College.
S.No
Student Name
Academic
Conference Details
Amount
Year
Received
1.
Mr.
Fredrick 2013-2014
Johnson
(Batch
2010-2014)
Presented a paper in
15th
International
conference
on
Biomedical Engineering
(ICBME 2013), National
university of Singapore,
Singapore was
held
during 4-7th December
2013
Received
Registration
Fee Rs.40,000/from
Sri
Ramakrishna
Engineering
College,
Coimbatore
2.
RumanaBegum.R
(Batch 2011-2015)
Presented a paper in 4th
International
conference
on
Industrial Engineering
Operations
Management,
which
was held at Hyatt
Regency Dubai,UAE on
march 3-5,2015
Received
Registration
Fee Rs.7,750/from
Sri
Ramakrishna
Engineering
college,
Coimbatore
2014-2015
Rs.47,750/-
Total Grants Received
SREC ALUMNI ASSOCIATION
S.No
Student Name
1.
S.Balaji III Year BME
K.Elamathi IV Year BME
2.
S.Karthick II BME
S.Divakar III BME
B.Sarika III BME
S.Abirami II BME
V.Vijayalakshmi IV BME
Total Grants Received
Academic year
Amount
Received
2011-2012
Rs.4,000/-
2014-2015
Rs.15,000/-
Rs.19,000/-
29. Was any need assessment exercise undertaken before the development of new
program(s)? If so, give the methodology.
NIL
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30. Does the department obtain feedback from
a. Faculty on curriculum as well as teaching-learning-evaluation? If yes, how
does the department utilize it?
Faculty members will give the self assessment on the content delivery
such that they will mention whether the course content is adequate or
inadequate and if its inadequate then they will mention the topics that are
to be added and it will be discussed in the following board of studies
meeting.
b.
Students on staff, curriculum as well as teaching-learning-evaluation and
what is the response of the department to the same?
Students on Staff:
Students assess the staff in following category:
1. Punctuality
2. Regularity
3. Personality
4. Pace of Covering Syllabus
5. Encourage to raise doubts
6. Ability to sustain students attention & Interests
7. Clarity in expression.
8. Provision of feedback on learning deficiencies
9. Providing sufficient course Material
10. Citation, Examples, Illustrations etc
Maximum of 5 marks is given to each category. Overall score should exceed 3.5
else staff will be counseled by HoD to improve the score.
Student’s feedback about curriculum
1.
Course Exit Survey –

Collected from students for all the courses at the end of each
semester.

Students evaluate the understanding of Course objective, Course
Outcome, faculty Proficiency to
handle the subject, Methods
handled in Teaching - Learning Process, Facilities & also they
suggest any topics to be included.
2.
Curriculum Feedback –
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
Collected from all students at the end of the programme.

Students Provide Suggestion to include or remove Subjects /
Topics / Laboratory Experiments.

If valid suggestion is provided it will be taken by Academic
Coordinator of the batch to Programme Assessment Committee
(PAC), Suggestions are also given by Department Advisory
Committee(DAC)
programme
comprising of all stakeholders of the
if accepted it will be emphasized in Board of
Studies Meeting.
c.
Alumni and employers on the programmes and what is the response of the
department to the same?
Feedback are taken through Alumni and employer survey annually

The feedback are used in order to modify the course content to best
suite the industrial needs for future batches of students. Because of
this the practical exposures is according to the Industrial demand,
and they can be easily employed.

Ms.R.Nithya Alumnus from the batch 2007-2011 is invited as a
member for Board of Studies meeting to provide her suggestions
to improve the curriculum and Syllabi.
31. List the distinguished alumni of the department (maximum 10)
S.NO
1.
BATCH
2006-2010
NAME
P.Saranya
DESIGNATION
Biomedical
Engineer
2.
2006-2010
S.Adam Jone Bal
Managing
Director
3.
2006-2010
B.Barnabas
Kevin
Service Engineer
4
2006-2010
O.K.Siva
prakasam
Pursuing Ph.D
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ORGANIZATION
Tamil Nadu Health
System Project,
Chennai
Breath Care
Technologies,
Tirunelveli
City Pharmacy Co.
Abudhabi,
UAE
IIT,
Kharagpur
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5
2006-2010
A.S.Sankara
subbu
Sales Engineer
6.
2007-2011
Siddharth Nair
Managing
Director
7
2007-2010
A.Nageshwaran
8.
2009-2013
K.Karthick Raj
Biomedical
Engineer-R&D
Pursuing M.S
9.
2010-2014
10.
2009-2013
G.R.Kiran
Kumar
D.Saravana
kumar
Pursuing M.S.,
Ph.D
Pursuing Ph.D
Atlas Medical
System,
Dubai,
UAE
Fyrsta Innovation
Private Limited,
Chennai
Tuspano
Equipent,Chennai
University of South
Florida,USA
IITM,
Chennai
IITM, Chennai
32. Give details of student enrichment programmes (special lectures / workshops
/ seminar) with external experts.
Academic
Year
2011-2012
2012-2013
2013-2014
2014-2015
Year of Entry
(in reverse
chronological
order)
2014-2015
Student Enrichment Programmes
Special
lectures
1
4
4
6
workshops
Symposium
Seminar
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Programme Name
Date
Chief Guests
Guest Lecture :
Opportunities in
Biomedical
Engineering
Guest Lecture :
Personality
development
23.6.2014
Mr.Siddharth Nair,
Chairman,
Fyrsta Technologies,
Chennai.
Mr.H R Vivek
CMS Institute of Management
studies,
Coimbatore
17.7.2014
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Guest Lecture :
18.7.2014
Biomechanics
Research: An
overview
Guest Lecture :
6.7.2014
Waste Management
2013-2014
Guest Lecture :
Imaging: Overview
11.8.2014
Guest Lecture :
Mental Health
Awareness
12.01.15
Workshop on PIC
Micro Controller
27.01.15
&28.01.15
National Seminar
on ―Transforms &
Medical Data
Interpretation‖
18.2.2015
National Level
Students Technical
symposium
EKKLESIA‘15
13.3.15
Guest Lecture on
―Rehabilitation
Science & Joint
Replacement‖
18.7.2013
Guest Lecture On
―Present And
Future
Opportunities In
05.08.2013.
Mr.Vivek Manoharan,
Research Scholar,
NTU,
Singapore
Mr.Saradh,
Professor ,
IIT,Warangal
Dr.J.Geenthanjali
Radiologist,
Sri Ramakrishna Hospital,
Coimbatore.
Dr.Ananth S,
Consultant Psychiatrist,
Sri Ramakrishna Hospital,
Coimbatore
Expert Team from
Electronics for You,
Coimbatore Division.
Dr.Jeyaraj Joseph,
IITM,HTIC
Dr.Kumar Rajamani.T,
Robert Bosch Engineering
Solutions,
Bangalore
Dr.Sumitra,
IISC ,
Triuvanthapuram
Mr.R.Nagarajan
Technical Support Engineer,
Mediff Technologies,
Bangalore
Dr.B.R.J.Suresh kumar,
Consultant orthopedic and
Trauma surgeon,
BRJ orthopedic centre,
Coimbatore
Mr. Abhinav,
Director,
Cardea Labs & Biomedical
Technologies Pvt.Ltd.
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Bio Medical
Engineering‖
National Seminar
on
―Medical
Instrumentation
and its
Application‖
New Delhi.
31.08.2013
Dr.G.Ravindran,
President-BMESI,
Manipal Institute of
Technology,
Manipal.
Dr N Kumaravel
Professor of Eminence,
Center for Medical Electronics,
AU Chennai.
Dr Venkatesh
Balasubramanian
Department of Engineering
Design, IITM, Chennai.
Mr T Arulselvan
Head-Service, GE Healthcare,
Chennai.
Dr C K Jaleel Ahamed,
Chief Neonatalogist ,
Sri Ramakrishna Hospital,
Coimbatore.
Guest Lecturer on 18.12.2013
‖opportunities for
pursuing Higher
Education ―
Product Demo27.12.2013
Wireless
Ultrasound Scanner
National Level
Students Technical
symposium
20.3.2014
Mr.Anand sharma,
IMS,
Coimbatore
Subhadip Mukherjee,
Cheif Manager-Sales
Healthcare
Siemens,
India
Dr.Rangaswamy
Professor and Head ,
Department of Electrical and
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EKKLESIA‘14
2012-2013
Inauguration of
BMESI students
chapter &
inauguration of Bio
Elixirz association
2012-2013
Guest lecture on
―Recent
Advancements in
CT- Clinical
perspective‖Organized by Bio
Elixirz association
Workshop ―Three
day Workshop on
MATLAB in
Medical Image
Processing & Bio
signal Analysis‖
Guest lecture on
―Role of Biomedical
Engineers‖
04.07.2012
Workshop on
MEMS
26.12.2012 30.12.2012
Guest lecture on
―Entrepreneurship
and Product
Development‖
Ekklesia’13
18.01.2013
13.07.2012
10.09.201212.09.2012
&
13.09.201215.09.2012
26.10.2012
9.4.2013
Electronics Engineering,
Sri Ramakrishna Engineering
college,
Coimbatore
Dr.G.Ravindran
PresidentBMESI,
Manipal Institute of
Technology,
Manipal.
Dr.Haroon Marikar
Application Specialist,
Siemens,
Cochin
Mr.S.Sakthivel,
Managing Director,
Advetech,
Coimbatore
Mr.Vijayan Rajkumar,
HR,
CURA Health Care,
Chennai
Mr.S.Sakthivel,
Managing Director,
Advetech,
Coimbatore
Mr.N.S.Nagendra Prasad,
Vice President,
Health Care,
Defiance Technologies Ltd
Mr.P.Sathish Kumar,
Head Technical Service,
Real Image Pvt.Ltd.,
Chennai
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2011-2012
33.
Inauguration of Bio
Elixirz association
(2011-2012) &
Guest Lecture on
―Health and
Wellness‖
Workshop-2 days
―Embedded system
Design for Bio
Engineering
Projects‖
Workshop-2 days
―Medical image
Processing‖
08.07.2011
Dr. V.Srinivasan,
Managing Director,
Nivrithy Hospital,
Coimbatore
27.07.2011
&
28.07.2011
Mr.B.N.Arulselvan,
Electronic Control System,
Chennai
19.01.2012
&
20.01.2012
National Level
Students Technical
symposium
EKKLESIA‘12
23.02.2012
&
24.02. 2012
Mr.Varadhararaj Ellappan,
CHAMPAK TECH,
Electronics Design and
Development centre,
Salem
Mr.Saravanakumar,
Assistant Professor,
P.S.G College of technology,
Coimbatore
List the teaching methods adopted by the faculty for different programmes.
 Theory and Practical (Black board, Power point presentation)
 NPTEL Videos/ MIT Open courseware , Central digital library
 Seminars
 Tutorial Sessions
 Subject/Industry oriented classroom lecture
Subject oriented guest lecture as follows:
Academic Year 2014-2015
S.N
Name
Branch &
Date
Name of
Alumni Details
o
Period of
the Event
Of the Alumni
Study
1.
Mr.Siddharth
Nair,
BME
23.6.2014
2007-2011
Guest
lecture
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Mr.Siddharth
Nair
Managing
Director,
Fyrsta
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Particip
ants
attende
d
180
2.
3.
4
5.
Mr.Siddharth
BME
18.8.2014
Nair,
2007-2011
Mr.A.Nageshwara
n& Mr.M.Manoj
kumar
workshop
Mr.R.Senthil
Nathan &
Mr.B.Pushpanath
an
Guest
lecture
Mr.M.Karthik
Mr.K.Karthick
Raj,
Mr.S.Arul
Naveen,
Ms.N.Gomathy
Sathya
BME
28.8.2014
2009-2013
BME
19.9.2014
2010-2014
BME
16.12.14
2009-2013
Guest
lecture
Guest
lecture
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innovations(India)
pvt.,Ltd.,
Chennai
Fyrsta
innovations(India)
pvt.,Ltd.,
Chennai
Mr.R.Senthil
nathan,
Sun bio systems,
Coimbatore
Mr.B.Pushpanath
an,
Customer Support
Engineer,
Ultraserve
systems,
Coimbatore
Mr.M.Karthik
Biomedical
Engineer,
Global Hospital,
Bangalore
Mr.K.Karthick
Raj,
Pursuing M.S,
University of
South florida,
USF
Mr.S.Arul Naveen
Sigma
Technologies,
Chennai
and
Ms.N.Gomathy
Sathya
GKNM
Hospital,Coimbato
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180
120
60
60
6.
Ms.P.Sasikala
BME
2010-2014
23.12.14
Guest
lecture
re
Ms.P.Sasikala,
service Engineer,
Bangalore medical
systems,
Bangalore
34. How does the department ensure that programme objectives are constantly
met and learning outcomes monitored?
 The Department Program Objectives are constantly met or not has been
monitored by making use of an indirect assessment tool which comprises of
Alumni survey & Employer survey collected by the PAC (Programme
Assessment Committee) Submitted to the DAC (Department Assessment
Committee). Alumni surveys are collected minimum 3-4 years after
graduation by the PAIC (Programme Alumni Interactive Cell) to the PAC
(Programme Assessment Committee) and employer surveys are collected
once in a year by IIIC (Industry Institute Interactive Cell) to the PAC
(Programme Assessment Committee) respectively. Learning outcomes of
the department are constantly monitored by direct assessment tools like
Continuous Assessment tests, assignments and Indirect Assessment tools
like Course Exit Survey and feedback got through organizing various
events.
 Through feedback from the teachers and students at the end of every
semester.
35. Highlight the participation of students and faculty in extension activities.
Faculty members and students are involving themselves in the extension
activities
 General Health Check up for SREC Faculty and Students in the academic
year 2013-2014
 Frequent visits to orphanage and old age care homes by our students
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60
 Insisted the Government for Tree plantation at the Mettupalayam high
way through Thudiyalur- Environmental Cause
 Anemia screening camp for Government Middle School,
Vattamalaipalayam in the academic year 2014-2015.
 Students also take part in NSS activities and blood camp for each year.
36. Give details of ―beyond syllabus scholarly activities‖ of the department.
Beyond scholarly activities of the Department as follows
 Organized various programmes like Seminars, Workshops, symposium
and Guest lectures.
 Content beyond syllabus discussed for all theory and laboratory courses.
 For each Laboratory courses, Mini projects are assigned to a team of
students. Students also submit a report for their Mini projects.
 Model development and Project design contest.
 Value added courses training as per the Industry demand
Value added Courses
Sl.
No
Academ
ic year
Date
From
To
Value
Added
Course
Conducted
Expert
Collaborating
Agency
No. of
Students
under
taking the
training
1
2014 –
2015
02.06.14
06.06.14
―Biomedical
Equipment
Calibration
Testing and
Image
Processing”
for BME
2011-15
batch
Mr.Caroline
Viola Stella
Mary
Scientific
Computing
Solutions,
Chennai &
Aries
Biomedical
Coimbatore
64
2
2013 2014
03.06.13
07.06.13
MEMS for
BME 2010-14
batch
Mr.Sripatharaj
& Mr. Mithun
Bhomkar
Sri Dutt
Techonologies
Bangalore
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3
2012 2013
26.12.12
30.12.12
MEMS for
BME 2009-13
batch
Prof. Muthu
raja
Advetech
Coimbatore
62
 Students publish their project work in National/International Journals and
National/International Conferences.
 Students Projects are scrutinized and evaluated at two levels (one by
internal faculty members and another by External faculty) and the
best/Average project in a class is selected and awarded to the students.
 Visits of industries/Hospitals are organized for students for the better
understanding of the application of engineering principles.
Refer Annexure-I & Annexure II
Outbound Training
Sl. No
1
Academic
year
2014 - 2015
2
3
2013 - 2014
4
5
6
2012 - 2013
Date
Name and Address of the
company
No. of
Students
From
To
07.07.14
07.07.14
Prof PRR Training centre –
Breakthrough , Anaikatti,
Coimbatore.
59
03.03.15
03.03.15
Prof PRR Training centre –
Breakthrough, Anaikatti,
Coimbatore.
53
06.02.14
06.02.14
Breakthrough ,
Anaikatti,Coimbatore.
65
22.07.13
22.07.13
Breakthrough ,
Anaikatti,Coimbatore.
61
09.03.13
09.03.13
Breakthrough ,
Anaikatti,Coimbatore.
51
17.07.13
17.07.13
Breakthrough , Anaikatti,
Coimbatore.
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Industrial Visit
Sl. No Academic
year
1
2014 – 2015
2
3
Date
From
To
26.02.14
26.02.14
05.03.14
2011 -2012
27.08.11
05.03.14
28.08.11
Name and
Address of
the company
Staff Accompanied
No. of
Students
Pasteur
Institute,
Coonoor
Mr.S.Sandesh,
63
Pasteur
Institute,
Coonoor
Mr.V.S.Mahendran, 61
Universal
Medical
Instruments,
Mr.J.Prasad,
Ms.S.Maheshwari
Ms.R.SreePadmini
50
Ms.Savitha Bobby
Bangalore
37. State whether the programme/ department is accredited/ graded by other
agencies. Give details.
Year
2006
2014
Description
Started B.E Biomedical Engineering with intake 60
Submitted e-SAR in 2014 for NBA Accreditation
38. Detail any five Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Challenges (SWOC)
of the department
Strengths:
 Introduction of Innovative and Interdisciplinary courses
 Industrial connection program, where Industries interact in curriculum
workshop, expert lectures and placements.
 Hospital/Industrial internship program for all the students.
 Guidance and support from Alumni.
 Student‘s placement in core companies during Internship.
 Students paper/Project Presentation in
Conference/Journals,ICTACT,TNSCST etc
 Remedial teaching sessions are conducted for the students and
laboratory open after 4.30 P.M
 Team Work
Weakness:
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 Infrastructure for advanced research
 Consultancy activities
 Funding
 Industry Research Collaborations
 Collaborative Research and Funding
Opportunities:
 Flexibility
in
designing
Industry/Research/Entrepreneur
development.
 Faculty Research and Consultancy activities.
 Entrepreneurial skills development
 Student project funding and Product development
 Collaboration with other eminent researchers and research institutions.
Challenges:
 Research funding
 Intellectual Property Rights
 Product Development
 Obtaining Patents for research activities
 Industry –Academia collaboration in Biomedical Engineering
39. Future plans of the department.
 Developing Medical Equipment Service Laboratory
 Developing facilities for research.
 Having classroom interaction with experts from international
universities
 Funded research projects from government organizations and enhance
the consultancy activities
 Introduction of postgraduate programme in the department.
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ANNEXURE-I
INDUSTRIAL VISIT
 The following list of Industries visited by the students for the past 3 years
INTERNSHIP DETAILS
Academic year 2012-2013
S No Roll No
1
Team members in the
project
Period
Industry
From
To
Contact Person
in the industry
0907046
0907048
0907056
0907029
0907030
0907035
Sri Vidhya Sakthi V
Yogalakshmi Priya M
Subhalakshmi G
Preethi P.G
Preethi R
Rakavi Sp
07/01/13
10/03/13
Nivrithi
Hospital,
Coimbatore
09/01/13
11/02/13
3
0907017
0907045
0907061
Gowri Priya N
Sowmya V
Divyadharshini
01/01/13
28/02/13
4
0907038
07/01/13
28/02/13
0907057
0907059
Sathiya
Narayanan L
Yoganathan R
Krishna Rajan A
KG Hospital, Dr
Coimbatore
Bhaktavatsala
m
0422 - 2212121
Sri
Mr. Ramesh
Ramakrishn Babu,
a Hospital,
Biomedical
Coimbatore
Engineer,
9842232577
Universal
I. Subra
Biomed
maniyan
System,
9842745599
Salem
5
0907001
0907005
0907028
Aadithya K
Berin Jenifer C.S
Nidhiya Devi M
28/01/13
26/02/13
6
0907020
0907021
0907066
Jagadeeshwarar A
Karthik Raj K
Vaikunth Thivagaran
P
01/02/13
28/02/13
7
0907037
Saravana Kumar D
02/02/13
15/02/13
2
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Ganga
Medical
Centre &
Hospitals
Pvt Limited,
Coimbatore
Ortho One
Orthopaedic
Speciality
Center,
Coimbatore
SPMM
Dr Srinivasan
0422- 2692021
Mr S Sajini
Agnes
0422-2451444
V Krishna
kumar
0422 4055100
A John
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0907049
0907069
Suryarajan R
Madhan Kumar C
8
0907004
0907027
0907039
Aruna D
Nethra J
Seema J
22/01/13
28/02/13
9
0907009
0907010
0907044
Elamathi K
Emma Dorgan
Sivabharathi M
30/01/13
28/02/13
10
0907012
0907013
22/01/13
28/02/13
Arun
Hospital,
Pollachi
0907014
0907018
0907024
0907026
0907043
0907052
Than
0907053
0907022
0907023
0907024
Fathima Raiyan S.A
Gayathri
Priyadarshini R
Gayathri T
Harsha Mohan P
Kavya S
Neeraja Merlin A
Sindhuja S
Thangamani p
Vandhana P
Karthika T
Kaviya R
Koushika V
15/01/13
15/02/13
SSINFOPRO
Coimbatore
02/02/13
28/02/13
Sree Abishek Dr G
Hospital,
Maheshwaran
Coimbatore
04224373964
04/02/13
28/02/13
Dr P
Sukumaran
9976021000
Preethy W
Shameem A
Sushmitha R
Ananthi R
08/02/13
15/03/13
15
0907032
0907044
0907050
0907002
RVS
HOSPITAL
242-B,
Trichy Road,
Coimbatore
Rajah
Hospital
Coimbatore
01/02/13
28/02/13
Sri
Ramakrishn
a Hospital,
Coimbatore
16
0907007
Bhuvaneshwari M
01/02/13
10/04/13
Sri Rama
chandra
Medical
College,
Chennai
Mr. Ramesh
Babu,
Biomedical
Engineer,
9842232577
Dr K V Soma
sundaram
11
12
13
14
Sri Ramakrishna Engineering College – NAAC – SSR (Self Study Report)
Hospital,
Salem
Christopher,
9894550755
Sawatani
Rubbers
India Pvt
Limited
Sri
Ramakrishn
a Hospital,
Coimbatore
Ms Sujitha
9677658010
Mr. Ramesh
Babu,
Biomedical
Engineer,
9842232577
Dr K Jaikumar
04259 219500
B Suresh
Kumar
0422 6552637
Dr Varadha
rajan
0422 2571297
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0907008
Divya V
0907019
Harshavarthini
25/01/13
14/03/13
Shanmuga
Nursing
Home,
Dindigul
Dr S
Suthakaran
04512434077
Academic Year 2013-2014
S. No Roll No
1007002
Alex Johny
1007009
1007056
Balaji S
Yasar Arafath
Place of
Internship with
complete
address
Staan Biomed
Engineering Pvt
Ltd,Coimbatore
MITS Medical
System
2
1007003
1007033
1007035
Anu D B
Nithya K
Pavithra S
Aspire
Technologies
Coimbatore
23.01.14
28.02.14
3
1007004
Anusuya A
03..02.14
28.02.14
1007039
1007041
Preveena P
Sangeetha R
4
1007005
1007006
1007027
Apsara G D
Aruna Devi C B
Krishna Priya S
Gem Hospital &
Research Centre
Pvt. Ltd.
Kurinji
Hospital,
Coimbatore
Aspire
Technologies,
Coimbatore -16
27.01.14
28.02.14
5
1007007
1007013
Aruna C
Dhivya
Parameswari A
Malini M
Brindha T
Divya C
Mahara Jothimani
G
Deena Davis
National
Orthotic Centre,
Coimbatore
01.02.14
28.02.14
Aspire
Technologies,
Coimbatore
20.01.14
28.02.14
Mr A
Kandasamy
Babu
9894096642
Cardionics
17.01.14
28.02.14
-
1
6
7
1007032
1007010
1007014
1007031
1007012
Name of the
student
Period
From
To
29.01.14
28.02.14
Contact person
in the industry
Mr. Sathasivam
9444151121
Mr.Arul
sadasivam
09444151121
Mr
AKandasamy
Babu
9894096642
Dr P Senthil
nathan
Ms
Prabahavathi
Sri Ramakrishna Engineering College – NAAC – SSR (Self Study Report)
Mr A
Kandasamy
Babu
9894096642
0422 2499921
Page 287
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
1007038
1007045
Preethitha P
Sharanya D
1007015
1007020
Durga Devi M
Isai Thendral V
1007060
Yamini S
1007016
Fredrick Johnson J
1007024
Karthick M
1007018
Gowtham M
1007026
Kiran Kumar G.R
1007049
1007019
1007029
1007046
Subramanian V
Harina K A
Lakshmi Priya N
Sharon Kuriakose
1007022
1007034
1007047
1007023
Kalaiyarasi D
Pavithra A
Shivaranjanee M
Kani Amuthan M
1007057
Deepan R C
1007025
1007037
1007052
Kiran K Murali
Praveen Kumar S
Suresh Kumar V
(Philips
Healthcare)
Coimbatore
Manipal
Hospitals,
Salem
Sri Ramakrishna
Hospital,
Coimbatore
HTIC lab
Taramani
Chennai,
IITM Research
Park
TBS India
Limited,
Bangalore
Sri Ramakrishna
Hospital,
Coimbatore
Staan Biomed
Engineering Pvt
Ltd,Coimbatore
14.02.14
28.02.14
17.02.14
28.02.14
08.01.14
22.03.14
11.02.14
07.03.14
20.01.14
25.01.14
11.02.14
25.02.14
Malabar
09.01.14
Institute of
Medical Science,
Calicut, Kerala
Sree Abirami
19.02.14
Hospital
Coimbatore
08.02.14
Radha Malattiri
04953911400
28.02.14
0422 2466666
Universal
BioSystem,
Salem
Ebenezer
Medical
Systems
Universal Bio
System, Salem
17.01.14
14.02.14
09.01.14
15.02.14
17.01.14
14.02.14
Mr I
Subramanian
9842745599
Mr
CorbanMoses
9443040215
Mr I
Subramanian
9842745599
Sri Ramakrishna Engineering College – NAAC – SSR (Self Study Report)
Mr
Damodharan,
0427 2346600
Mr Ramesh
Babu
9842232577
Dr Jayaraj
Joseph
04466469830
Mr Ladeesh
Kumar
+91 8040545050
Mr Ramesh
Babu
9842232577
Mr.Maria
Albert
09842219018
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15
16
1007028
Kumaresan J
1007054
1007055
Karthikeyan A
Khaleelu Rahman
M
1007030
0707034
1007050
1007040
17
18.1.14
Mr.Jaymohan
Unnithan
0422 6544787
28.2.14
Mr.Arul
sadasivam
09444151121
07.2.14
Mr Ramesh
Babu
9842232577
01.01.14
28.02.14
Sangeetha T
Staan Biomed
Engineering Pvt
Ltd
Coimbatore
Mr.M.Maria
Albert Stanley
[Managing
Director]
09842219018
Susmitha M
Suganya S
Sasikala P
Bharathi B
Sri Ramakrishna 20.01. 14
Hospital,
Coimbatore
19.03. 14
Mr Ramesh
Babu
9842232577
Lalitha Devi R
Saranya M
Suganya M
Rajalakshmi S
1007042
Kovai
07.1.14
Respiratory
Care & Research
Centre,
Coimbatore
29.1. 14
MITS Medical
system, Salem
Sri Ramakrishna 30.1.14
Hospital,
Coimbatore
1007053
18
1007051
1007043
0907006
Academic year 2014-2015
S.No
1
2
Roll No Name of the
student
Place of
Internship
Period
From
To
1107001
1107016
1107039
1107002
Dharani Scans,
Udumalpet
09.02.15
28.02.15
Dr M
Manivarma
9486685366
Ebenezer
Medical
Systems
(Philips Health
Care Channel
partner)
Coimbatore
VWR Lab
Products
Pvt,Limited,
Coimbatore
07.01.15
23.02.15
Mr Corban
Moses
9443040215
05.01.15-
23.02.15
Mr
Ramakrishnan
Narayanan
08041117125
Ackshaiyaa A.G
Janani V
Rumana Begum R
Akilarajeswari. M
1107020 Keerthana. M
1107029 Nandita .T
Sri Ramakrishna Engineering College – NAAC – SSR (Self Study Report)
Contact person
in the Industry
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3
1107003 Anjos Elson Gomez
1107034 Rajarathinam. N
4
1107004 Aravindkumar. S
1107008 Deepak. K.J
1107036 Ram Prasad V
5
1107006 Atmajah. B
1107021 Kirubha Shangari. I
1107053 Vijayalakshmi. V
Genetrics,
Dubai
Tareqco
co.w.ll.,
Ardiya
Industrial
Area,
Kuwait
Ultraserve
systems,
West KK
Nagar,
Chennai
Lakshmi
Hospitals,
Coimbatore
VWR Lab
Products Pvt.
Limited,
Coimbatore
Ebenezer
Medical
Systems
(Philips Health
Care Channel
partner)
Coimbatore
Central Leather
Research
Institute,
Chennai
DRDO-BU
Center for Life
Sciences
Coimbatore
Ebenezer
Medical
Systems
(Philips Health
Care Channel
18.01.15
26.01.15
01.02.15
28.02.15
05.02.15
06.03.15
Mr D Srikanth
04443592999
20.02.15
26.02.15
0422-2644133
09.02.15
23.02.15
07.01.15
23.02.15
Mr
Ramakrishnan
Narayanan
08041117125
Mr Corban
Moses
9443040215
05.01.15
02.03.15
Dr S Sankar
044 24911386
05.01.15
13.03.15
Dr K Kadirvelu
9791907034
07.01.15
23.02.15
Mr Corban
Moses
9443040215
Sri Ramakrishna Engineering College – NAAC – SSR (Self Study Report)
Mr Christopher
Marshal
+971 43954437
Ahmed
Alawadi
+9654310615
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6
1107007 Balaji. T
1107010 Duraivarun. G
7
1107009 Dinesh Kumar. R
1107059 Ajai Mathew
8
1107011 Fina Jeena Simon
1107023 Libya. B
1107041 Sanjanaa Jeevandass
9
1107024 Manikandan V
Partner)
Coimbatore –
641 030
Sun
Radiological
Services,
Nanjundapura
m Road,
Coimbatore –
641 036
Vijaya
Hospitals,
Chennai
Sun
Radiological
Services,
Nanjundapura
m Road,
Coimbatore –
641 036
Ultraserve
systems, West
KK Nagar,
Chennai 600078
Pushpagiri
Medical
College
Hospital
VWR Lab
Products Pvt.
Limited,
Coimbatore
IITM, Chennai
Sri Udayam
Medicare
Systems
03.02.15
03.03.15
Ms S Deepa
+919543521658
16.02.15
02.03.15
19.01.15
03.03.15
Mr M
Saravanan
044 6664 6664
Ms S Deepa
+919543521658
01.02.15
06.03.15
Mr D Srikanth
04443592999
02.02.15
28.02.15
Dr Shaji
+914692700755
05.01.15
23.2.15
12.01.15
13.02.15
12.02.15
18.03.15
Mr
Ramakrishnan
Narayanan
08041117125
Prof M
Ramasubba
Reddy, 044
22574050
Mr M Syed
0422 2540033
Sri Ramakrishna Engineering College – NAAC – SSR (Self Study Report)
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1107065 Gobi.M
10
1107013 Hema. G
1107025 Mariya Yeldhos
1107045 Sowmya Narayanan
11
1107054 Vijayapreetha. P
12
1107047 Tamilmani. S
1107066 Sabareswar.A
RS Puram,
Coimbatore 641002
Sun
Radiological
Services,
Nanjundapura
m Road,
Coimbatore –
641 036
Ebenezer
Medical
Systems
(Philips Health
Care Channel
partner)
Coimbatore –
641 030
Ebenezer
Medical
Systems
(Philips Health
Care Channel
partner)
Coimbatore –
641 030
Vijaya
Hospitals,
Chennai
Ebenezer
Medical
Systems
(Philips Health
Care Channel
partner)
Coimbatore –
641 030
Rayhals Med
India Pvt Ltd,
Chennai
03.02.15
23.02.15
Ms S Deepa
+919543521658
07.01.15
23.02.15
Mr Corban
Moses
9443040215
07.01.15
23.02.15
Mr Corban
Moses
9443040215
02.02.15
25.02.15
07.01.15
23.02.15
Mr M
Saravanan
044 6664 6664
Mr Corban
Moses
9443040215
02.02.15
05.03.15
Sri Ramakrishna Engineering College – NAAC – SSR (Self Study Report)
Mr Joshua
Joseph
Manager,
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1107068 Rajeshkanna.V
13
1107058 Yogalakshmi. K
14
1107019 Karuppathal .E
15
1107035 Rajeshwari. P
16
1107030 Narmada. S.P
1107056 Vishnupriya .K.R
Sun
Radiological
Services,
Nanjundapura
m Road,
Coimbatore –
641 036
Ebenezer
Medical
Systems
(Philips Health
Care Channel
partner)
Coimbatore –
641 030
Ebenezer
Medical
Systems
(Philips Health
Care Channel
partner)
Coimbatore –
641 030
Ebenezer
Medical
Systems
(Philips Health
Care Channel
partner)
Coimbatore –
641 030
Abirami
Hospital,
Sundarapuram,
Coimbatore
Ebenezer
Medical
Human
Resources
+91-9444257706
Ms S Deepa
+919543521658
02.03.15
03.03.15
07.01.15
23.02.15
Mr Corban
Moses
9443040215
07.01.15
23.02.15
Mr Corban
Moses
9443040215
07.01.15
23.02.15
Mr Corban
Moses
9443040215
03.02.15
08.02.15
0422 2466666
07.01.15
23.02.15
Mr Corban
Moses
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17
1107032 Prasad
Balachandran
1107038 Ruban M
1107049 Vasanthamoorthi.K
18
1107040 Sanjana Sampath
1107050 Vethiga. B
1107067 Saranya.T
19
1107060 Savithri. D
1107046 Treisa. T.G
21
1107015 Inbasakaran .D
Systems
(Philips Health
Care Channel
partner)
Coimbatore –
641 030
Lakshmi
Hospitals,
Coimbatore
Ebenezer
Medical
Systems
(Philips Health
Care Channel
partner)
Coimbatore –
641 030
Sun
Radiological
Services,
Nanjundapura
m Road,
Coimbatore
Vijaya
Hospitals,
Chennai
Saol Heart
Centre,
RS Puram,
Coimbatore
VWR Lab
Products Pvt.
Limited,
Coimbatore
Ebenezer
Medical
Systems
(Philips Health
Care Channel
partner)
9443040215
20.02.15
26.02.15
0422-2644133
07.01.15
23.02.15
Mr Corban
Moses
9443040215
19.01.15
03.03.15
Ms S Deepa
+919543521658
06.01.15
06.03.15
07.01.15
07.03.15
Mr M
Saravanan
044 6664 6664
Mr
Jayachandran
9843140403
05.01.15
Till now
07.01.15
23.02.15
Sri Ramakrishna Engineering College – NAAC – SSR (Self Study Report)
Mr
Ramakrishnan
Narayanan
08041117125
Mr Corban
Moses
9443040215
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Coimbatore
ANNEXURE-II
INPLANT TRAINING

List of Hospitals visited by the Students
Sl. No
Academic year
Name and Address of the company
1
Amaravathi Hospital – Karur
2
GEM Hospital & Research Centre - Coimbatore
3
Kamala Hospitals
4
Billroth Hospitals Limited – Chennai
5
Salem Polyclinic
6
Government Stanley Medical College &Hospital, Chennai
7
Sri Ramakrishna Hospital, Coimbatore
8
Sri Kumaran Hospital, Tirupur
9
Sri Kumaran Hospital, Tirupur
10
2014 – 2015
Govt Stanley Medical College & Hospital, Chennai
11
IRT Perundurai Medical College, Perundurai
12
Kovai Medical Centre &Hospital,Erode
13
Sri Ramakrishna Hospital, Coimbatore
14
Sri Ramakrishna Hospital, Coimbatore
15
MOSC Medical College & Hospital
16
Neuro Foundation,Salem
17
Sri Ramakrishna Hospital, Coimbatore
18
Apollo Reach Hospital, Karaikudi
19
Alva Hospital Pvt Ltd, Pollachi
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20
Sri Ramakrishna Hospital, Coimbatore
21
Sri Ramakrishna Hospital, Coimbatore
22
Alva Hospital Pvt Ltd, Pollachi
23
Kumaran Hospital, Tirupur
24
Sri Ramakrishna Hospital, Coimbatore
25
Sri Ramachandra University, Chennai.
26
Apollo Reach Hospital, Chennai
27
KG Hospital, Coimbatore
28
Sri Ramakrishna Hospital, Coimbatore
29
Alva Hospital Pvt Ltd, Pollachi
30
Sri Ramakrishna Hospital, Coimbatore
31
Stanley Hospital, Chennai
32
Sri Kumaran Hospital, Tirupur
33
Alva Hospital Pvt Ltd, Pollachi
34
Sri Ramakrishna Hospital, Coimbatore
35
Apollo Reach Hospital,Karaikudi
36
Nankem Hospital, Coonoor
37
Sri Ramakrishna Hospital, Coimbatore
38
KG Hospital,Cbe
39
Sri Ramakrishna Hospital, Coimbatore
40
Apollo Reach Hospital,Karaikudi
41
Sri MathiRajamani Hospital, Kalaiyarkovil
42
Sri Ramakrishna Hospital, Coimbatore
43
Sri Ramakrishna Hospital, Coimbatore
44
Neuro Foundation,Salem
45
Sri Kumaran Hospital,Tirupur
46
Govt Stanley Medical College & Hospital, Chennai
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47
KG Hospital, Coimbatore
48
KG Hospital, Coimbatore
49
Sri Ramakrishna Hospital, Coimbatore
50
Govt Stanley Medical College & Hospital, Chennai
51
KG Hospital, Coimbatore
52
SreeAbirami Hospital, Coimbatore
53
Sri Ramakrishna Hospital, Coimbatore
54
Nankem Hospital, Coonoor
55
K.G.M Hospital,Coimbatore
Malabar Institute of Medical Science Hospital,
56
Calicut
57
Scan Point, Pollachi
58
KJ hospital, Coimbatore
59
Sri Ramakrishna Hospital, Coimbatore
60
G.K Kuppusamy Naidu Memorial Hospital, Coimbatore
61
G.K Kuppusamy Naidu Memorial Hospital, Coimbatore
62
K.G Hospital, Coimbatore
63
64
2013 - 2014
Apollo Specialty Hospital, Chennai
Dr.Isaac Bone & Joint Speciality Hospital,
Marthandam
65
KMCH, Coimbatore
66
Gokul Poly Clinic & CT Scan Centre – Udumalpet
67
Raj Scans
68
Dhevaki Diagnostic Pvt. Ltd – Madurai
69
Neyveli Lignite Corporation Ltd.,
70
Sri Kumaran Hospital Hi-Tech Super Speciality Hospital Tirupur
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71
Anbu hospital – Kumbakonam
72
Vijay Hospital (unit of Vijay Medical & Educational Trust)
73
Hari Scans – Erode
74
D.R.J Hospitals – Chennai
75
Office of the Dean Lt. B.R.K.M. Govt. Medical College,
Jagdalpur(C.G)
76
Ganga Medical Centre – Coimbatore
77
Malankara Orthodox Syrian Church Medical College
Hospital – Kolenchery
78
Annai Nursing Home – Coimbatore
79
CK Hospital – Erode
80
MIMS Academy
81
NRI Medical College & General Hospital - Chinakani
,Guntur Dist
82
Vinayaka Mission Hospital – Salem
83
Muhuvel Hospital – Melur
84
PSG Hospitals
85
Raja Hospital
86
Sri Ramakrishna Hospital
87
K.G Hospital, Coimbatore
88
KMCH, Coimbatore
89
Sree Abirami Hospital, Coimbatore
90
2012 - 2013
Ganga Hospital,Coimbatore
91
Malankara Orthodox Syrial Church Medical Mission
Hospital, Kerala
92
Sri Ramachandra Medical University, Chennai
93
Aswini Hospital, Thrissr, Kerala
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DEPARTMENT OF AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING
1. Name of the Department & its year of establishment
Name of the Department : Department of Aeronautical Engineering
Year of Establishment
: 2008
2. Names of Programmes / Courses offered (UG, PG, M.Phil., Ph.D., Integrated
Masters; Integrated Ph.D., etc.)
Programme of study
Courses offered
UG Programme
B.E. (Aeronautical Engg.)
Description
Started in the year 2008.
Approved intake: 60
3. Interdisciplinary courses and departments involved.
Year
Name o the subject
12AE2506, Aircraft Systems and Instrumentation. (Mech, ECE)
12AE2702, Aircraft General Engineering and Maintenance
2014-2015
Practices (Mech)
12AE2E20, Introduction to Aircraft industry and Aircraft systems
12BM2E16, Health science and technology(BME)
4. Annual/ semester/choice based credit system.
Semester based credit system is followed for all courses.
5. Participation of the department in the courses offered by other departments
Year
Name o the subject
2013-2014
12ME1E03, Metal Polymers and Composites(M.E., Manufacturing)
2014-2015
12ME1E03, Metal Polymers and Composites(M.E., Manufacturing)
6. Number of teaching posts sanctioned and filled (Professors/Associate Professors/
Asst. Professors)
Cadre
2011-2012
2012-2013
2013-2014
2014-2015
S
F
S
F
S
F
S
F
Professors
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Associate
Professors
2
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
Asst.
Professors
9
0
9
0
9
4
9
6
7. Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation, specialization,
(D.Sc./D.Litt. /Ph.D. / M. Phil. etc.,)
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No. of
Ph.D
No. of
students
Name
Qualification Designation Specialization years of registered
Experience
for the
last 4
years
Professor & Aeronautical
Dr.K.Sundararaj
22
7
Ph.D
Engineering
Head
Dr. C. J. Thomas
Associate
Ph.D
Thermal
10
Renald
Professor
Engineering
Associate
Structural
27
Prof.V.Selvan*
M.E., (Ph.D)
Professor
Engineering
Assistant
Thermal
5
Mr.H.C. Senthil Kumar
M.E
Professor
Engineering
Assistant
Thermal
3
Mr. M. Sudharson
M.E
Professor
Engineering
Assistant
Aeronautical
4
Mr.K.Sathiyalingam
M.E
Professor
Engineering
Assistant
CAD/CAM
2
Mr. R. Ranga Raj*
M.E., (Ph.D)
Professor
Aeronautical
Assistant
0.6
Engineering
Mr.P.Sivakumar
M.E
Professor
Aeronautical
Assistant
2
Engineering
Mr.R.Velmurugan
M.E
Professor
Aeronautical
Assistant
Engineering
Mr.V.Siva
M.E
Professor
Aeronautical
Assistant
Engineering
Mr.T.Ashokkumar
M.E
Professor
Thermal
Assistant
Engineering
Mr.R.K.Jayakumar
M.E
Professor
Aeronautical
Assistant
4
Engineering
Mr.C.Dinesh
M.E
Professor
Aeronautical
4
Mr.R.Sivakumar
B.E., (M.E)
Lecturer
Engineering
Aeronautical
3
Mr.S.Yuvaraj
B.E.,(M.E)
Lecturer
Engineering
*- Pursuing Ph.D
Details of Faculties pursuing Ph.D programmes.
S.No
1.
Name of the
faculty
Prof. V. Selvan
Title of the Research work
Experimental Investigation about
the influence of torsional
University
Bharathiyar
University,
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Provisional
Registered/
Confirmed
Submitted
the synopsis
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2.
Mr.R.Ranga Raj
reinforcement on RCC solid Slabs Coimbatore
with diverse end conditions and
the simulation study of the slabs
using ANN Techniques
Anna
Tribological Properties of CNT
University
Reinforced Aluminium Nano
Chennai
Composite by Friction Stir
Processing
on 20.5.2015.
Registered
8. Percentage of classes taken by temporary faculty – Programme-wise information
Nil
9. Programme-wise Student Teacher Ratio
Year
2011-2012
2012-2013
2013-2014
2014-2015
II year
65
61
53
56
III year
59
65
62
53
Total
students
strength
188
185
180
171
IV year
64
59
65
62
Faculty
(T)
Ratio S/T
12
12
12
12
15.66
15.41
15
14.25
10. Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff:
sanctioned and filled
Academic
support staff,
Administrative
staff
11.
2011-2012
2012-2013
2013-2014
2014-2015
S
F
S
F
S
F
S
F
2
4
2
2
2
2
2
2
Number of faculty with ongoing projects from a) national b) international
funding agencies and c) Total grants received. Mention names of funding agencies
and grants received project-wise.
Title of the
project
Magnetic
wheel shaft
Funded by
The
Institutions of
Engineers
(INDIA)
National/
Internation
al
Grant
received
Project
Coordinators
Status
National
Rs.20,000
Prof.V.Selvan
Ongoing
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12. Departmental projects funded by DST-FIST; DBT, ICSSR, etc.; total grants
received
Sl.No.
1.
2.
3.
Year
Grant
received
(INR) In
Lakhs
Status
2011-2012
90,000
Completed
2011-2012
6,000
Completed
2014-2015
20,000
On going
Scheme/Sponsored
The Institutions of
Engineers (INDIA)
Tamil Nadu State
Council for Science and
Technology (TNSTC)
The Institutions of
Engineers (INDIA)
13. Research facility / Centre with
o State Recognition - We have a CFD research facility. A team of six
faculties are involved in research activities on computational fluid
dynamics to conduct innovative studies and consultancy services to the
industries.
o National Recognition
- NIL
o International Recognition
- NIL
14. Publications:
S.N
o.
Name of the
Author(S)
Title of the paper
Name of the Journal/Conference
2014-2015
Dr.K.Sundara
raj
1
Prof & Head/
Aero
Dr.K.Sundara
raj
2.
3.
Prof & Head/
Aero
Dr.K.Sundara
Numerical
Investigation of
Laminar Natural
Convection in
Inclined Square
Enclosure with the
Influence of Discrete
Heat Source
Numerical
Investigation of
Natural Convection
Heat Transfer In A
Square Cavity With
The Influence of
Prandtl Number
Numerical
Journal of Applied Mathematics (Referred
Annexure I journal accepted for
publication)
International Journal of Applied
Engineering Research (Annexure II journal)
International Journal of Engineering
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raj
Prof & Head/
Aero
4.
Mr. H C
Senthil kumar
AP/Aero
5.
Mr. R.
Sivakumar
L/Aero
6.
Mr. N.Vivek
Masthiraj
AP/Aero
7.
Mr. R. Ranga
Raj
AP/Aero
8.
Mr. R. Ranga
Raj
AP/Aero
Mr. C. Dinesh
9.
10.
L/Aero
Mr. V.Selvan
Asso
Investigation of
Natural Convection
Heat Transfer in a
Square Cavity
―Circumferential Fan
Cooling‖-Elite in
Turbine Life
―Circumferential Fan
Cooling‖-Elite in
Turbine Life
Effect of Aero Elastic
Wing in Aerobatic
unmanned Arial
Vehicle
―Flying Saucer
Rocket Propulsion‖ –
Dominant Revolution
in Space Exploration
Research & Technology
Advances in Aerospace Science and
Applications
ISSN 2277-3223 Volume 4, Number 1 (2014),
pp. 53-58
Research India Publications
http://www.ripublication.com/aasa.htm
Advances in Aerospace Science and
ApplicationsISSN 2277-3223 Volume 4,
Number 1 (2014), pp. 53-58Research India
Publicationshttp://www.ripublication.com
/aasa.htm
International Journal of Engg Research &
Technology Volume/ Issue: Vol. 3 - Issue
11 (November - 2014) e-ISSN: 2278-0181
Advances in Aerospace Science and
Applications
ISSN 2277-3223 Volume 4, Number 1 (2014),
pp. 53-58Research India Publications
http://www.ripublication.com/aasa.htm
―Multi Swept Wing‖–
Elite Execution
OverWing's History
International Journal of Innovative
Technology and Exploring Engineering
(IJITEE)ISSN: 2278-3075, Volume-3, Issue11, April 2014
―Design and
Prototype modeling
of foreign object
debris detector and
remover‖
International Journal of Scientific and
Engineering Research
Experimental Study
of Torsional
Reinforcement in
International Journal of Engineering and
Advanced Technology ISSN: 2249 -
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Prof/Aero
11.
12.
Mr. V.Selvan
Asso
Prof/Aero
Mr. V.Selvan
Asso
Prof/Aero
Dr.C.J.Thoma
s Renald
13.
Asso
Prof/Aero
S.Yuvaraj
14.
L/Aero
S.Yuvaraj
15.
L/Aero
M.Sudharson
16.
AP/Aero
R.C.Slab with four
edges discontinous
Experimental Study
of Torsional
Reinforcement of
Reinforced concrete
Slab with various end
conditions
8958 (Online)
International Journal of Emerging Science
and Engineering
Effect of Aero Elastic
Wing in Aerobatic
Unmanned Arial
Vehicle
Effect of Aero Elastic
Wing in Aerobatic
unmanned Arial
Vehicle
Analysis of capillary
diffuser for combined
gas and Fluid
Analysis of Capillary
diffuser for micro jet
engine
CFD Analysis On
Constant Volume
Combustion GT
Engine
International Journal of Engineering
Research and Technology
International Journal of Engineering
Research & Technology
International science Index
Journal Of Discovery
International Journal of Applied
EngineeringResearch
2013-2014
S.Yuvaraj
17.
L/Aero
3D Testing of a
material
International Journal of Engineering and
technology
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S.Yuvaraj
18.
L/Aero
Modelling and stress
analysis of CTC roller
chasing machine
International Journal of Engineering and
technology
2012-2013
Dr.C.J.Thoma
s Renald
19.
Asso
Prof/Aero
Dr.C.J.Thoma
s Renald
20.
Asso
Prof/Aero
Dr.C.J.Thoma
s Renald
21.
Asso
Prof/Aero
Dr.C.J.Thoma
s Renald
22.
Asso
Prof/Aero
Experimental
investigation on
Attenuation of
emission with
optimized LPG Jet
Induction in a dual
Fuel Diesel Engine
and Prediction by
ANN Model
Journal Of Energy Procedia, Science Direct,
Elsevier Publications
Prediction and
measurement of
Pressure Distribution
over a compressor
blade through a
cascade studies
Journal Of Procedia Engineering, Science
Direct, Elsevier Publications
An Alternate
approach for
geometrical
construction of
subsonic airfoil with
numerical
investigation
Journal Of Procedia Engineering, Science
Direct, Elsevier Publications.
Thermal Analysis and
studies on low
Pressure Gas turbine Journal of Advanced Materials Research,
blades coated with
Trans Tech Publications
Yitria Stabilized
Zirconia (YSZ)
2011-2012
23.
Dr.C.J.Thoma
s Renald
Asso
3D digitizing
Technique- A Boon in
reverse Engineering
International Journal of decision making in
supply Chain and Logistics, Serial
publications
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Prof/Aero
a.
with increase in
accuracy
Books with ISBN numbers with details of publishers - NIL
15. Details of patents and income generated –.
NIL
16. Areas of consultancy and income generated –
S.
No.
1.
2.
Academic
year
Consultancy/ Area
Department
Revenue
2011-2012
Hansen Drives
Project: Enegy
Auditing of the
Chilling plant
Mech/Aero/EEE
Nil
Mont Bleu,
Project:Computational
Fluid DynamicsAnalysis in Separator
Aeronautical
Ongoing
2014-2015
17. Faculty recharging strategies.
Faculty members are permitted to attend the QIP, FDP, Workshops, Etc, To get
updated themselves with latest technologies. The registration fees and on duty leave
are provided for attending such programme. The details of such programme
attended by the faculty are given below:
S.No
Name of the
Nature of the
Name of the
Hosted by
Period
.
Faculty
Programme
Programme
Recent trends in
Indian Institute 10.02.2014
Short term
1. Mr.C.Dinesh
composite
of Technology
course
Manufacturing
Madras
14.02.2014
Krishi sanskritiInternational
Jawaharlal
15.02.2014
Mr.R.Ranga
International
conference on
2.
Nehru
Raj
conference
Mechanical
University,New 16.02.2014
Engineering
Delhi
SNS College of
Strength of
13.03.2014
3. Mr.V.Selvan
Guest Lecture
Engineeing
Materials
4. Mr.V.Selvan
National
Conference
National
Conference on BioNanotechnology
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Department of
21.08.2014
Nanotechnology,
Sri Ramakrishna
23.08.2014
Engineering
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College
Indian Institute
of Technology,
Madras
Nehru Institute
of Engg. And
Tech.,
Coimbatore
01.09.2014
05.09.2014
Mr.R.Ranga
5.
Raj
Short Term
course
Computational
Dynamics
Mr.H.C.Senthil
6.
Kumar
National
Level
worhkshop
A 3600 view on
Aeronautical and
UAV industry
7. Mr.S.Roy Stalin
National
Level
worhkshop
A 3600 view on
Aeronautical and
UAV industry
Mr.K.Sathiyali
8.
ngam
Faculty
Development
Program
Effective Teaching
technology
Mr.K.Sathiyali
9.
ngam
Faculty
Development
Program
Building
Technology
ventures
Dr.R.Sampath
10.
Kumar
Seminar
Industry Institute
Conclave
Prof.B.Suresh
11.
Kumar
Faculty
Development
ProgrammeDelivered a
Lecture
Dynamics of
Machinery
PSNA College of
Engineering and
technology
28.06.2013
NPTEL
Indian Institute
of Technology,
Madras
28.03.2013
Noorul Islam
Univerisity
10.04.2012
11.04.2012
Noorul Islam
Univerisity
10.04.2012
11.04.2012
12. Mr.S.Roy Stalin
Workshop
Mr.K.Sathiyali
13.
ngam
International
Conference
Mr.R.Sivakum
ar
International
Conference
14.
Prediction and
measurement of
pressure
distribution over a
cpmpressor blade
through a cascade
studies
Prediction and
measurement of
pressure
distribution over a
cpmpressor blade
through a cascade
Sri Ramakrishna Engineering College – NAAC – SSR (Self Study Report)
Nehru Institute
of Engg. And
Tech.,
Coimbatore
National
Enterpreneurshi
p network/ Sri
Krishna College
of Engg. & Tech.
National
Institute of
Technology,
Trichy
Sri Ramakrishna
Engineering
College
07.10.2013
08.10.2013
07.10.2013
08.10.2013
10.10.2013
11.10.2013
21.09.2013
23.09.2013
30.05.2013
31.05.2013
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studies
Short Term
Training
Program
15. R.Silambarasan
Numerical Methods
on Fluid Dynamics
Athiyaman
College of
Engineering
04.02.2013
09.02.2013
18. Student projects
S.No.
Students
Strength
Year
% of students
in the internal
projects
% of students
in th external
projects
B.E. Aeronautical Engineering
1.
2010-2011
66
53.04
46.96
2.
2011-2012
59
79.66
20.34
3.
2012-2013
65
84.61
15.39
4.
2014-2015
62
83.87
16.13
19. Awards / recognitions received at the national and international level by
b. Faculty –
Details of Course/
S.No.
Name
Role
Programme/Event
Kumaraguru College of Technology,
Dr. K. Sundararaj
Member, BOS
1.
Coimbatore
Inaugural Function of Association
Dr. K. Sundararaj
2.
3.
4.
o
Chief Guest
Dr. K. Sundararaj
Invitee
Prof.B.Suresh
Kumar
FDP- Delivered
a Lecture
Hindusthan College of Engineering
and Technology, Coimbatore
Special Lecture on Industrial
Aerodynamics
at
Hindusthan
College
of
Engineering
and
Technology, Coimbatore
Dynamics of Machinery ,PSNA
College of Engineering and
technology
Doctoral / post doctoral fellows –
Faculty completed Ph.D
S.No. Name of the Faculty
1
Dr.C.J.Thomas Renald
Area of specialization
IC Engines
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2014
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o Students –
S.No.
Year
1.
2.
3.
4.
Paper
presentation
--6
4
2011-2012
2012-2013
2013-2014
2014-2015
Poster/Model
Presentation
-6
---
Technical
Quiz/Contest
-7
54
5
Sports
-----
20. Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops organized and the source of funding (national
/ International) with details of outstanding participants, if any.
NIL
21. Student profile course-wise:
As per admission regulations of Anna University, Tamil Nadu Government
and AICTE & Consortium of Self-financing college.
Name of the Applications
Course
Received
B.E Aeronautical Engineering
2011-12
As per
2012-13
University
2013-14
Norms
2014-15
22.
Selected
Male
Female
60
54
50
55
Pass Percentage
Male
Female
6
5
15
7
100
96.65
94
69.09
100
100
100
100
Diversity of Students
Name of the
course
% of Students
from the
college
% of Students
from the state
% of Students
from other
States
% of Students
from other
Countries
3
-
1.6
-
4.6
1.5
4.84
-
2011-12
B.E
Aeronautical
Engineering
-
96.96
2012-13
B.E
Aeronautical
Engineering
-
98.30
2013-14
B.E
Aeronautical
Engineering
-
93.85
2014-15
B.E
Aeronautical
Engineering
-
95.16
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23.
How many students have cleared Civil Services, Defense Services, NET,
SLET, GATE and any other competitive examinations?
Sl.No
Description
2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15
1.
GATE
-
2
2
-
2.
Any Other (TANCET)
-
1
4
3
3.
Defense Services
-
-
-
-
24.
Student progression
Percentage against enrolled
2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15
13.63
8.47
20
43.93
6.78
18.46
16.12
-
Student Progression
UG to PG
PG to M.Phil
PG to Ph.D.
Ph.D to Post-Doctoral
Employed
Campus Selection
Other than Campus Recruitment
Entrepreneurs
25. Diversity of staff
Percentage of faculty who are graduated from
From the same parent Other
universities Other
universities
university
within the state
from other state
Year
UG PG
Ph.D
UG
PG
Ph.D UG PG
Ph.D
2011-2012
2012-2013
2013-2014
2014-2015
75
75
75
75
100
100
100
91.66
---8.33
25
25
25
25
---8.33
-----
-----
-----
-8.33
8.33
8.33
26. Number of faculty who were awarded Ph.D., D.Sc. and D.Litt. during the
assessment period.
Ph.D-1
S.No Name of the Faculty
1.
Dr.C.J.Thomas
Renald
Title of the Research
Investigations on the influence of
turbulence in air fuel mixture
inducted into the
dual fuelled ci engine
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2014
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27. Present details about infrastructural facilities
f. Library
Department Library with 07 volumes of books, 1 Journals, 02 Monthly E-Magazines,
Previous year question banks, and one computer with Internet, online Journal
access, E-books.
g. Internet facilities for staff and students
All the faculty rooms are provided with computer having internet connection.
A separate CADD center is having 72 No. of computers available for students. All
the computers are provided with internet connections.
h.
S.No.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Total number of class rooms
Class name
II year Aero
III Year Aero
IV Year Aero
Aero seminar hall
No. of class rooms
1
1
1
1
i. Class rooms with ICT facility
All the 3 class rooms and seminar hall are equipped with ICT facility.
j.
S.No.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Students‘ laboratories
Name of the Laboratory
CAD Lab
Aerodynamics Lab
Aircraft structures lab
Propulsion Lab
Aero Engine repair and maintenance lab
Aircraft systems lab
Total Cost
(INR)
4585672.00
2028105.15
926387.00
219361.25
1159568.00
14,96,000.00
k.
Research laboratories
1 Aero Modeling Lab
2 CAD Lab
28.
Number of students of the department getting financial assistance from
College. –
Alumni Scholarship for students are received as a partial assistance towards tuition
fee.
S.No
Name of the student
Year
1.
2.
3.
Godeeshwarn. P (1108060)
Meera M (1208021)
Guna Seharan M
2014-2015
2014-2015
2014-2015
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Scholarship
Amount in Rs.
5000/5000/3000/-
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29.
Was any need assessment exercise undertaken before the development of new
program(s)? If so, give the methodology.
Before starting the programme the placement opportunities available for the
students were assessed.
30.
Does the department obtain feedback from
a.
Faculty on curriculum as well as teaching-learning-evaluation? If yes,
how does the department utilize it?
Yes. The department obtains feedback from the faculty on curriculum as well as
teaching learning evaluation. Based on the feedback the curriculum and teaching –
learning process is discussed with the subject experts and experienced faculty. The
outcome of the feedback form is discussed during the department faculty meeting. If
any change is found to be reasonable, the department takes necessary steps to rectify
the drawbacks through the Board of Studies and academic Council.
b.
Students on staff, curriculum as well as teaching-learning-evaluation and
what is the response of the department to the same?
Yes, Department periodically collects feedback from the students on staff,
curriculum, and teaching, learning evaluation. The feedback is thoroughly studied
by the department and if nay drawback is found, the same is discussed with the
faculty concerned. The faculty is then asked to change the method of teaching –
learning process if it is found to be uncomfortable for the students.
Apart from this class committee meeting is conducted once in every month where
the faculty and selected student discuss on staff, curriculum and teaching learning
evaluation. The report is then submitted to the department and necessary action is
taken on the report.
i)
Feed back through performance appraisal
The students‘ satisfaction of the courses handled by the teaching faculty is
measured for all courses using a performance appraisal form. The effective
engagement of students by teaching faculty in the teaching learning process is also
measured in this form. The performance evaluation mechanism considers important
four main clauses in the teaching learning process. First one is regarding the
organization and planning made for course, second aspect is the content delivery
aimed to measure the clarity and confidence level of the teaching faculty in
presenting the concepts. The third group of questions ensures the level of
interactivity required in a class. The final set concentrates on how fair is the class
discipline. Each parameter shown below is evaluated with the base point of 5 and
marks are awarded for each teaching faculty for a total of 100 marks on an average
basis.
ii)
Feedback through class committee meetings.
Every class has a class committee consisting of faculty members handling
subjects of the respective classes, students‘ representative and a chair person who is
not handling any subject for that class. It is likely the ‗Quality circle‘ (more
commonly used in industries) with the overall goal of improving the teaching –
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learning process.
iii)
The class committee for a class under a particular branch is constituted by the
head of the department.
iv)
At least 4 student representatives with a blend of hosteller and day scholar,
bright and weak students are included in the class committee.
v)
The chairperson of the class committee convenes the class committee meeting.
vi)
The principal may participate in any class committee meeting, to keep track of
the efficient teaching and learning process.
vii)
Two/Three meetings are held in a semester at regular intervals. During these
meetings the student members representing the entire class, shall meaningfully
interact and express the opinions and suggestions of the other students of the class to
improve the effectiveness of the teaching learning process.
viii) The chairperson is required to prepare the minutes of every meeting, submit
the same to Principal through HoD within two days of the meeting and arrange to
circulate among the concerned students and teachers. If there are some points in the
minutes requiring action by the management, the same shall be brought to the notice
of the management by the Head of the institution.
c.
Alumni and employers on the programmes and what is the response of the
department to the same?
Alumni Day is conducted every year during the first week of August. Subsequently
alumni meet is conducted at Chennai during last week of January and in Bangalore
during first week of October .The Valuable suggestions from alumni members are
collected for enhancing the professional standards of our institution. Feedback from
the employers is also collected based on which the students are trained to meet the
requirements of the company.
31.
List the distinguished alumni of the department (maximum 10)
S.No.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Name of the Alumni
Ms.Rejitha Rajan
Mr.Sathish Kumar
Mr.Rajasekar N.
Ms. Poorvika
Mr.Sree Ragav
Details
Batch
Design Engineer, Royal Enfield,
Chennai.
20082012
Software Engineer,Infosys
Technologies,Bangalore
20082012
RAMP Coordinator,
Air India,Chennai.
20092013
Software Engineer,
Wipro Technologies, Bangalore
20092013
Project Assistance, National
Aerospace Industries,Bangalore.
20082012
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6.
Mr.Govindasamy
Project Assistance,Aeronautical
Development Agency,Bangalore.
20082012
7.
Mr.
P.Gopalakrishnan
Design Engineer , HCL Technologies
20082012
32.
Give details of student enrichment programmes (special lectures / workshops /
seminar) with external experts.
S.No.
Academic
Year
Topic
Guest lecture on ―Advance
Composite Materials for
Aerospace Application‖
1.
2.
Guest Lecture on ―Recent
Trends in Aerospace‖
3.
Guest Lecture on ―Powering
the future flight opportunities
and challenges‖
2014-2015
4.
Guest Lecture on ―Is language
barrier to attain heights in
aeronautical domain‖
5.
Inauguration and Guest
Lecture
8.
Guest lecture & Inauguration
of Aeronautical Engineering
Association
9.
Guest Lecture on
―Introduction of aircraft
engine maintenance‖
2013-2014
Speaker
Mr. M. Ramachandra
Bhat
Chief Research Scientist
IISC Bangalore
Mr.P.Padmanabhan
Scientist cum Engineer
ISRO
Mahendragiri
Mr.D.UmaMaheshwar
Executive Chief
Consulting Engineer
GE-Aviation India
Mr.Gopalakrishna
Structural Analysis
Engineer
HCL-Technologies,
Bangalore
Mr. Sai Ganesh
Fire Officer
Tamil Nadu Fire Service
Mr.Saravan Krishnan
Assistant vice president
Credit Suisse
New York,
USA
Mr.S.Soundrajan
Senior General Manager
Taneja Aerospace &
Aviation Ltd,Hosur
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10.
Guest Lecture on ―Aerospace
Innovation and Milestones
11.
Guest Lecture on ―Career
Oppurtunities in Indian Air
Force‖
Inauguration of SEDS India
Students‘ Chapter and Guest
Lecture
12.
13.
33.
2012-2013
Inauguration and Guest
Lecture
14.
Inauguration
15.
Inauguration and Guest
Lecture on Overview of
Aircraft Controls
2011-2012
Mr.P.S. Kasthuri Rangan
Vice president
Turbo Energy
Ltd.chennai
Air Cmde.S.Choudhary,
Air Officer Commanding,
5BRD,Air Force, Sulur
Shri.T.M.Sivakaminathan
(former Deputy Director
VSSC,ISRO)
Dr.Arunai Nambi Raj
(SEDS India Trustee, VIT
University
Dr.S.Ingersol
Group Head
Quality Assurance
Electronics&
Instrumentation Entity
Liquid Propulsion System
Center
Mahendragiri
Dr.Balachandran
Group Director
ISRO
VSSC
Dr. S. R. Balakrishnan
Retired Scientist G
Additional Director of
GTRE
Director , NIET
List the teaching methods adopted by the faculty for different programmes.
1. Blackboard and chalk,
2. OHP presentation
3. NPTEL videos and open book test
4. Power point presentation (LCD)
5. Audi visual aids.
6. Tutorial session
7. Technical quiz
8. Case studies
9. Group discussion
10. Field visits
11. Students are taken for industrial visit relevant to the concepts taught in the
curriculum.
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12. Seminar on latest developments in technology by student
13. Experimental model are used for teaching learning process
14. Appropriate Laboratory experiments are conducted/demonstrated for better
understanding of the concepts.
15. Special Lectures from the industries and reputed academic institutions are
arranged.
16. Students are encouraged to learn on their own by doing the assignment and
project models
17. Students are motivated to study the advanced topics and present their studies
in the technical symposium, conferences conducted in the other institutions.
34.
How does the department ensure that programme objectives are constantly
met and learning outcomes monitored?
The programme objectives are constantly met and the outcomes are measured
by means of the academic performance of the students in the internal tests and
indirect assessment through feeback in the prescribed format. Th efeedback system
and various committees constituted for this purpose are performance appraisal of
staff by the students, Graduates feedback, Employers feedback and Academic
improvement & Class committee.
35.
Highlight the participation of students and faculty in extension activities.
The faculty members are motivated to participate in various extension activities
such as knowledge enhancement programme, faculty development programme and
workshops. Students are regularly participating in various programme such as
paper presentation, code braking, CAD, Design contest and quiz programmes at
inter collegiate level and national level. Also, they won several prizes and awards.
Year
Faculty
participation
Student
Participation
36.
2011-2012
2012-2013
2013-2014
2014-2015
4
3
8
2
--
13
60
9
Give details of “beyond syllabus scholarly activities” of the department.
For effective transaction of the curriculum and for the benefit of the faculty and
student the development has promoted various programs in the last five years like
Seminars, Conference, Workshops, and Faculty Development Programs etc. Such
programs have been highly initiative in developing various skills and competencies
to foster a holistic development among student. These pave the way to update their
knowledge beyond the syllabus. To enhance the knowledge of the student, the
department has organized Industrial visit for all these four years which have
facilitated the student to explore the recent trends in their specific area of study.
Faculty, Student, research scholars and external participation have been benefited.
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Year
2011-2012
Value added courses
1
Guest lectures
1
Workshops/FDP
2
Softskills Programme
-Symposium/Conferences
1
* International Conference
2012-2013
1
4
--1*
2013-2014
2
3
3
-1*
2014-2015
1
4
2
-1
37.
State whether the programme/ department is accredited/ graded by other
agencies. Give details.
The programme is not accredited by NBA.
38.
Detail any five Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Challenges (SWOC)
of the department .
Strengths
1. Good Infrastructure facilities in the Department.
2. Dedicated faculty and staff.
3. Well equipped Laboratory facilities.
4. Good consistent performance in the University Exams.
5. Good consultancy
6. Dedicated faculty team specialized in different areas of Aeronautical
Engineering.
7. Good support by the management to initiate developmental activities
Weaknesses
1. Lesser support by the core industries;
2. Lack of basic knowledge of some students
3. Lack of opportunities for international collaboration.
4. Less number of Books published on Aeronautical Engineering
5. Less number of sponsored events on Aeronautical Engineering conducted in
the country
6. Recruitment of Aeronautical Engineers by the government sectors such as
ISRO, HAL, ISRO are not regular.
Opportunities
1. Growth of the Aerospace and Aeronautical based industry.
2. Good demand for Aeronautical Engineers specialized in emerging areas;
3. Autonomous status of the programme helps to include the courses which can
create employment opportunities to the students.
4. Introduction of the Choice Based Credit System will provide better learning
opportunities of his/her choice
5. Participation in Inter College events conducted on and off the campus will
create better awareness on technology developments and opportunities.
6. Opportunities for signing MoU with reputed leading industries.
7. Scope of new PG programmes
8. Development of innovative projects through R&D
9. Preparing students for GATE, BEC and other competitive exams.
10. Scope for improving Industry Institute interaction for better placement of the
students.
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Challenges
1. Improvement in the teaching learning process
2. Improvement in admission of passionate students
3. Acquiring more number of Research projects
4. Improvement in placements in core industries.
5. Initiating consultancy services from the industries
6. Students with diverse background.
7. Striking a balance between academic, administrative, research and
consultancy cork.
8. Adapting the latest technology.
9. To forge strong alliances with National and international organizations for
academic and R&D activities in thrust areas of Engineering, Technology, and
management.
10. To achieve 100% employment.
39.












Future plans of the department.
Improve the academic performance of the students.
Conduct special classes for slow learners and encourage the advanced
learners to learn beyond curriculum and do the innovative projects.
Depute the faculties for Higher studies
Faculties may be deputed for part time higher studies in the reputed
institutions.
Publication of technical papers in the reputed journals
Faculties will be encouraged to conduct innovative studies and submit their
studies for publication in reputed journals or conferences. The necessary
facilities and the on duty leaves will be granted in support of the research
work.
Establish two centers of excellence:
o Unmanned Arial Vehicles and
o Computational Fluid Dynamics in which research works can be carried
out by the students as well as the faculties
Introduction of additional PG courses.
To develop the department as Centre for Excellence for advance design
techniques.
Innovative Lab for fostering Research and Development works.
Publication in peer reviewed Journals.
More R&D works leading to patents.
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DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING
1.
Name of the Department & its year of establishment
Name of the Department : Civil Engineering Department
Year of establishment
2.
: 2012
Names of Programmes / Courses offered (UG, PG, M.Phil., Ph.D., Integrated
Masters; Integrated Ph.D., etc.)
Names of Programmes – UG
Courses offered: B.E. CIVIL ENGINEERING
3.
Interdisciplinary courses and departments involved
S.NO
Subject Code
Subject Name
1.
12CE2E51
Construction Planning and Management
2.
12CE2E52
Building Services
3.
12CE2E53
Waste Management
The following inter-disciplinary subject was handled for third year Mechanical
Engineering students during the Academic year 2014-2015
Course
Code
Course Title
Faculty Name
12CE2E53
Waste Management
Dr.E.Sarojini & Mr. P.Sooriya Narayanan,
4. Annual/ semester/choice based credit system
Semester Based Credit System
5. Participation of the department in the courses offered by other departments
S.N
O
1.
Course
Code
Course Title
12ME2004
Sensors For Engineering
Applications
Faculty Name
Mr. N. R. Karthick AP/ Mech
6. Number of teaching posts sanctioned and filled (Professors/Associate
Professors/ Asst. Professors)
Teaching
Posts
Professor
Associate
Professor
Assistant
Professor
2012-2013
2013-2014
2014-2015
2015-2016
Sanctione
d
Fille
d
Sanctione
d
Filled
Sanctione
d
Filled
Sanctione
d
Filled
2
-
2
-
1
-
1
-
1
-
1
-
1
-
1
-
4
4
5
5
9
9
13
13
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7.
Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation, specialization,
(D.Sc./D.Litt. /Ph.D. / M. Phil. etc.,)
Name
Qualification
Dr.E.Sarojini
Mrs.J.Mary Preethi
Ph.D
Professor&H
ead
ME
Asst.Prof
ME
Mr. C.Ramesh
Designation
ME
Asst.Prof
Asst.Prof
Mr.R.Sethuraman
ME
Mrs. N.
Poonkuzhali
Mr. P.Sooriya
Narayanan
Miss. R.Radhika
Mr.T.Varatharaja
Perumal
Mr.D.Ramakrishna
n
Miss.T.Dharini
Preethi
Mr.V.Parthiban
Mr.B.Kamal
Mr.B. Gowtham
8.
9.
Asst.Prof
ME
Asst.Prof
ME
Asst.Prof
ME
Asst.Prof
ME
Asst.Prof
ME
Asst.Prof
ME
Asst.Prof
ME
Asst.Prof
ME
Asst.Prof
Specialization
No.of.Years of
Experience
Environmental
Engineering
Structural
Engineering
Structural
Engineering
Structural
Engineering
Structural
Engineering
Geotechnical
Engineering
Geotechnical
Engineering
Geomatics
Structural
Engineering
Structural
Engineering
Structural
Engineering
Environmental
Engineering
Environmental
Engineering
Industry
Teaching
5months
15yrs
Nil
5yrs
Nil
5yrs
Nil
4yrs.
5months
Nil
1yr
7months
Nil
1yr
Nil
1yr
Nil
1yr
3yrs
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
Nil
No. of
Ph.D
Students
Guided
for the
last 4
Years
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
Percentage of classes taken by temporary faculty – programme-wise
information NIL
Programme-wise Student Teacher Ratio
S. No
Academic year
Student strength
No. of faculty
1
2012-2013
-
5
Student teacher
ratio
-
2
2013- 2014
60
6
10:1
3
2014-2015
120
10
12:1
4
2015-2016
180
13
13:1
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10. Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff:
sanctioned and filled
2012-2013
Details
2013-2014
2014-2015
2015-2016
Sanctioned
Filled
Sanctioned
Filled
Sanctioned
Filled
Sanctioned
Filled
3
3
3
3
5
5
5
5
No.of
support staff
(technical)
and
administrativ
e staff
INDUSTRY
INSTRUCTIO
N
1
PARAMESWARAN.J
Instructor
Shared
Work
14/06/1
0
D.M.E
B.E
1
5yrs
Auto
Cad
2
SIVA PRAKASH .S
Technician
Shared
Work
04/12/1
2
D.C.E
-
-
2yrs
6months
Auto
Cad
3.
DHARANI.B
Technician
Shared
Work
02/02/1
5
B.Sc
-
-
4 Months
-
4.
RAMACHANDRAN.
C
Attender
Exclusive
12/09/9
5
8th
-
-
19 Yrs
9months
-
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RESPONSIBILITY
NOW
OTHER TECHNICAL
SKILLS GAINED
NAME OF THE
STAFF
AT JOINING
DATE OF JOINING
EXPERIENCE
IN
YRS/MONTH
S
DESIGNATION
QUALIFI
CATION
S. NO
EXCLUSIVE /SHARED
WORK
Description of the Department Supporting Staff:
Strength
Of
Materials
Lab&
Fluid
Mechanics
Lab
Surveying
Lab&
Aircraft
Structures
-1 Lab
Environm
ental Lab
-
11.
Number of faculty with ongoing projects from a) national b) international funding
agencies and c) Total grants received. Mention names of funding agencies and
grants received project-wise. - NIL
12. Departmental projects funded by DST-FIST; DBT, ICSSR, etc.; total grants received
- NIL
13. Research facility / centre with
o state recognition
- NIL
o national recognition
- NIL
o international recognition - NIL
14. Publications:
Dr.E.Sarojini has H-INDEX 2
LIST OF PAPERS PUBLISHED IN NATIONAL JOURNALS
S.
No
1
2.
Name of Staff
Title of the Paper
Dr.Sarojini.E
Effect of solar radiation
on disinfection of
Infectious Biomedical
wastes
Mr.P.Sooriya
Narayanan
Correlations between
geotechnical parameters
of cohesionless soil from
direct shear test in
NCRAG‘14
Name of the
Journal
Journal of
Environment
al Science
and
Engineering,
Vol. 52, No. 2
NCRAG‘14
Co-author(s)
Year of
Publications
Dr.Jayanthi. S
2010
Dr.S.P.JayaPriy
a
April 22,
2014
S.
No
1
Name of Staff
Title of the Paper
Name of the Journal
Co-author(s)
Dr.Sarojini.E
Comparision study
of anaerobic
digestion for
segregated and Non-
Asian Journal of
Microbiology,
Biotechnology,
Environmental
Dr.Jayanthi. S
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Year of
Publication
LIST OF PAPERS PUBLISHED IN INTERNATIONAL JOURNALS
2009
2
3
4.
5.
6.
7.
segregated IBMW
Science, Vol. 11, No.
4
Dr.Sarojini.E
Anaerobic digestion
of biodegradable
infectious medical
waste
Dr.Sarojini.E
Destruction of
Pathogens in
Infectious
Biomedical waste
using lime and neem
(Azadirachta indica),
Journal of
Ecotoxicology and
Environmental
Monitoring, Vol. 19,
No. 4
Asian Journal of
Microbiology,
Biotechnology,
Environmental
Science, Vol. 12, No.
3
Ms.R.Radhika
Research in
Emerging science
and Technology
Mr.P.Sooriya
Narayanan
Mr.P.Sooriya
Narayanan
Mr.V.Parthiban
Study On Shear
Parameters Of Waste
Tyre Rubber Fibre
Mixed Cohesionless
Soil By Series Of
Triaxial Tests.
Numerical
Correlations For
Prediction Of Shear
Strength Parameters
Of Cohesionless
Soils From Both
Triaxial And Direct
Shear Tests
Innovative use of
Buckling Restrained
Braces in framed
structures
IJREST vol.2,Issue4,
PP 90-97,April 2015
International Journal
Of Advanced
Scientific And
Technical Research
Dr.Jayanthi. S
2009
Dr.Jayanthi. S
2010
S.P.JayaPriya
P.Soundrapandiyan
S.P.JayaPriya
International Journal
of Innovative
Research in
Technology &
Science(IJIRTS)
Mr.T.Varatharaja
Perumal,
International Journal
of innovative
Research in Science,
Engineering and
Technology
Dr.S.Krishnamoorthi
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2015
May
June
2015
May
June
2015
May
2015
AWARDS WON
S.No
1.
Name of the
faculty
Mr.N.Dinesh
Institution
Karpagam
College Of
Engineering
Award
Best Paper
Award
Paper name
Year
An Experimental
approach enhancing the
concrete strength of its
resisting property by
nano silica fly ash
2013
15. Details of patents and income generated - NIL
16. Areas of consultancy and income generated
 31 concrete cubes were tested in concrete lab for civil, Mechanical block
and boys hostel construction work in our college campus
 Spring test was done in strength of materials laboratory for other
department students (mechanical and aeronautical) for their project
works.
 J.Baskaran (AP) from CIET college has paid an amount of Rs.1000 for
conducting hardness test and strength test for mild steel in strength of
material laboratory.
17.
Faculty recharging strategies
 For the faculty members, concession in medical fees is provided in Sri
Ramakrishna hospital.
 Faculty members are encouraged to attend seminars, workshops, conferences
and faculty Training Program as listed below with more involvement.
Name Of the
Staff
Course
Attended
Title Of The
Course
Details of
the
Organizer
1.
Dr.E.Sarojini
Kinematics
of Machinery
Faculty
Development
Programme
2
J.Mary Preethi
AP/Civil
Advanced
Development
s in Concrete
3
C.Ramesh
AP/Civil
4
C.Vivek Kumar
AP/Civil
S.N
o
Period
(in
days)
From
To
Remarks
SREC
6
28.11.2005
03.12.2005
Participated
Staff
development
Programme
SRIT
14
24.07.2011
Participated
Advanced
Development
s in Concrete
Staff
development
Programme
Sri
Ramakrishna
Institute of
Technology
24.07.2011
Participated
Advanced
Development
Staff
development
Sri
Ramakrishna
24.07.2011
Participated
11.07.2011
14
14
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s in Concrete
Programme
J.Mary Preethi
AP/Civil
5
6
J.Mary Preethi
AP/Civil
NPTEL
workshop
NPTEL
workshop
Software
Applications
in Civil
Engineering
Faculty
Development
Programme
Institute of
Technology
National
Programme on
Technology
Enhanced
Learning(IIT
Madras)
TEQIP-PhaseII
11.07.2011
1
23.03.2013
-
Participated
02.05.2014
08.05.2014
Participated
7
25.07.2014
31.07.2014
Participated
7
25.07.2014
31.07.2014
Participated
17.12.2014
Participated
7
CIT
TEQIP-PhaseII
7
C.Ramesh
AP/Civil
Mechanics of
Solids
Faculty
Development
Programme
8
C.Vivek Kumar
AP/Civil
Mechanics of
Solids
Faculty
Development
Programme
S.A.Brunovasant
h AP/Civil
Coimbatore
Institute of
Technology
TEQIP-PhaseII
CIT
9
Fluid Power
systems
Three days
workshop
Dr.Mahalinga
m college of
engineering
and
Technology
10
R.Radhika
Project
Management
in
Construction
A Short Term
Course
CIT
7
15.12.2014
22.12.2014
Participated
N. Poonkuzhali
Project
Management
in
Construction
A Short Term
Course
CIT
7
15.12.2014
22.12.2014
Participated
3
15.12.2014
17.12.2014
Participated
3
08.01.2015
10.01.2015
Participated
11
12
13
R.Sethuraman
Fluid Power
System
Work shop
Dr.Mahalinga
m college of
engineering
and technology
N. Poonkuzhali
Business
model and
Business
plans
A Short Term
Course
SREC
15.12.2014
3
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14
15
Dr.E.Sarojini
Business
model and
Business
plans
A Short Term
Course
SREC
3
08.01.2015
10.01.2015
Participated
R.Sethuraman
Leadership
Development
Faculty
Development
Program
SRIT
1
10.06.2015
-
Participated
18. Students Projects


Percentage of students who have done in-house projects inter-departmental NIL
Percentage of students doing projects in collaboration with
industries/institutes – NIL
19. Awards/Recognition received at the national and international level by

S.No
1.


S.N
o
1.
Faculty
Name of the
faculty
Mr.N.Dinesh
Institution
Event
Karpagam International
College Of
Conference
Engineering
Award
Paper name
Year
Best
Paper
Award
An
Experimental
approach
enhancing the
concrete
strength of its
resisting
property by
nano silica fly
ash
2013
Doctoral /Post Doctoral Fellows - NIL
Students
Name of
the student
Srinivasan.
R
Vignesh.T
Organizatio
n
IISTE
Coimbatore
chapter
Event
Internationa
l
Conference
Awar
d
Best
Paper
Awar
d
Paper name
Date
An
Experimenta
l approach
enhancing
the concrete
strength of
its resisting
property by
nano silica
fly ash
21.01.201
4
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20. Seminars/Conferences/Workshops organized and the source of funding
(national/international) with details of outstanding participants, if any

Seminar
S.No
Topic
Duration
1.
Total Station
1 day
seminar in
2012-2013
Academic
year
1 day
national
seminar, on
04.10.2013
2.
3.


Developments in
construction
materials and
technology
―PAST, PRESENT
AND FUTURE
OF CONCRETE‖
Guest Lecture
Workshops - NIL
Conferences – NIL
03-02-2015
Sponsored
by
SREC
Management
Amount
RS.
1,00,000
AICTE
40,000
No. of
Participation
140
180
SREC
Management
1,06,000
180
21. Students Profile course-wise:
Academic
Year
Batch
Application Received
Pass Percentage
Male
Female
Male
Female
2012-2013
2012
42
17
52.435
85.455
2013-2014
2012
52
18
47.64
91.66
2013
39
18
27.27
91.65
2012
51
18
53.92
100
2013
42
18
23.77
90.55
2014
42
19
45.815
89.465
2014-2015
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22. Diversity of Students
Name Of the
Course
B.E Civil
Engineering
(2012-Batch)
B.E Civil
Engineering
(2013-Batch)
B.E Civil
Engineering
(2014-Batch)
23.
24.
% of students
from the
college
NA
% of students
from the state
95.52
% of students
from other
states
4.47
% of students
from other
countries
-
NA
97.18
2.81
-
NA
100
-
-
How many students have cleared Civil Services, Defense Services, NET,
SLET, GATE and any other competitive examinations
NIL
Student progression
Student progression
Percentage against enrolled
UG to PG
NA
PG to M.Phil.
NA
PG to Ph.D.
NA
Ph.D. to Post-Doctoral
NA
Employed
NA

Campus selection
 Other than campus recruitment
Entrepreneurs
NA
25. Diversity of staff
Percentage of faculty who are graduates
Of the same parent university
From other universities within the state
From other universities within the state
2012-2013
66.66%
33.33%
Nil
2013-2014
83.33%
16.67%
Nil
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90%
10%
Nil
2015-2016
92.31٪
7.69٪
Nil
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26.
Number of faculty who were awarded Ph.D., D.Sc. and D.Litt. during the
assessment period
Name
Qualification
Dr.E.Sarojini
27.
Ph.D
Designation
Specialization
Year
Professor&Head
Environmental
Engineering
2011
Present details about infrastructural facilities
a. Library
Yes, we have more number of valuable books and journals in
department library for the knowledge development of students and
staff members.
b. Internet facilities for staff and students
We have 46 systems with internet connection for the usage purpose
of department staff and students.
c. Total number of class rooms = 3 Class rooms + 3 Tutorial rooms
d. Class rooms with ICT facility = 3
e. Students‘ laboratories
S. No
1.
2.
3.
Name of laboratory
Name of the Equipments
Survey laboratory
Theodolites
Dumpy level
Plane table
Ranging rods
Leveling staff
Cross staff
Prismatic Compass
Surveyor‘s Compass
Computer system of Pentium IV or Equivalent
Building drawing
Licensed version of reputed Analysis, Design &
Drafting software
Fluid Mechanics Laboratory Bernoulli‘s theorem – Verification Apparatus
Flow measurement in pipes
(i) Venturimeter, U tube manometer fixtures like
Valves, collecting tank
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(ii) Orifice meter, with all necessary fittings in
pipe lines of different diameters
(iii) Calibration of flow through orifice tank with
Provisions for fixing orifices of different shapes,
collecting tank
(iv) Calibration of flow through mouth piece
Tank with provisions for fixing mouth pieces
Viz external mouth pieces & internal mouth piece
Borda‘s mouth piece
Bernoulli‘s theorem apparatus
Reynold‘s apparatus
Hydrostatic pressure apparatus
Free and Forced Vortex flow apparatus
4.
Applied Hydraulics
Laboratory
Pumps
(i) Centrifugal pump assembly with accessories
(single stage)
(ii) Centrifugal pump assembly with accessories
(multi stage)
(iii) Reciprocating pump assembly with accessories
(iv) Deep well pump assembly set with accessories
(v) Jet pump assembly with accessories
(vi) Gear pump assembly with accessories
5.
Strength of Materials
Impact of Jets apparatus
Pressure Gauges Calibrator
Dead Weight Calibrator
Impulse turbine assembly with fittings & accessories
Francis turbine assembly with fittings & Accessories
Turgo Impulse turbine assembly with fittings &
Accessories
UTM of minimum 400 kN capacity
Torsion testing machine
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Laboratory
6.
Concrete Technology
Laboratory
7.
Geo Technical engineering
Laboratory
Impact testing machine
Hardness testing machine
1.Rockwell
2.Vicker‘s
3.Brinnel
Beam deflection test apparatus
Extensometer
Compressometer
Spring Testing Machine
UTM – 400 KN capacity
Vee Bee Consistometer
Blains Apparatus
Compression Testing Machine-200 tons
Hot Air Oven
Flakiness Index
Vicat Apparatus
Le Chatelier‘s Apparatus
Specific Gravity Bottles
Density Basket
Rebound Hammer
Compaction Factor Test Apparatus
Hydrometer
Liquid and plastic limit apparatus
Shinkage limit apparatus
Proctor compaction apparatus
Direct shear apparatus
Thermometer
Relative density of Cohesionless soil apparatus
Field density
a. Core Cutter method
b. Sand replacement Method
8.
Transportation Engineering
Laboratory
Permeability test of Soil – Constant head apparatus
Single gang consolidation test device
Aggregate Impact test apparatus
Aggregate Crushing test apparatus
Los-Angeles Abrasion test apparatus
Attrition test apparatus
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9.
Environmental Engineering
laboratory
Water absorption test apparatus
Specific gravity test apparatus
California bearing ratio test apparatus
Penetration test apparatus.
Softening point test apparatus.
Viscosity test apparatus.
Ductility test apparatus
pH meter
Turbidity meter
Conductivity meter
Refrigerator
BOD incubator
Muffle furnace
Hot air oven
Jar test apparatus
COD apparatus
Heating mantles
Calorimeter
Filtration assembly
Visible Spectrometer
Noise level meter
Incubator
Laminar air flow chamber
Laboratory centrifuge
Conical flask shaker
Demineralizer
10.
Structural Design and
Drawing Laboratory
MODELS OF STRUCTURES
Computers Pentium IV
Analysis and Design Software - Minimum 5 user
License
f. Research laboratories - NIL
28. Number of students of the department getting financial assistance from
College
NIL
29. Was any need assessment exercise undertaken before the development of new
program(s)? If so, give the methodology.
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The civil engineering department was established in the year 2012. For the
academic year 2012-2013, construction materials and practices lab and surveying lab
were established at the cost of Rs. 2,63,960. For the academic year 2013-2014, the
fluid mechanics laboratory, surveying laboratory, strength of materials laboratory,
concrete laboratory, equipments and consumables were procured at the cost of
Rs.25,17,750 and seminars and special lecturers were conducted at the rate of
Rs.3,60,000. For last academic year 2014-2015, Transportation, Geotechnical
laboratory and Environmental Engineering Laboratories were established;
conferences & seminars, general expenses were also conducted at the cost of
Rs.43,01,330.
Teaching staff members are appointed more and the details are given below:
Year
No. of Faculty
2012-2013
6
2013-2014
6
2014-2015
10
2015-2016
13
30. Does the department obtain feedback from
a) faculty on curriculum as well as teaching-learning-evaluation? If yes, how does
the department utilize it?
Feedback collected for all courses - YES
Feedback collection process:
Feedback forms were given to the students for providing marks for
Individual faculty members for their subjects
Percentage of students participating:
II year – 71 Students
III year – 67 Students
By considering the feedback report of students regarding faculty, the remedial
measures are taken to overcome the weakness.
b) students on staff, curriculum as well as teaching-learning-evaluation and what is
the response of the department to the same?
Feedback forms were evaluated and grant marks out of 5
Corrective Measures:
Faculty members with marks below 3.5 were asked to contribute their
effectives on the weaker part as per the feedback process and improve their
teaching ability.
C) alumni and employers on the programmes and what is the response of the
department to the same : NA
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31. List the distinguished alumni of the department (maximum 10) : NA
32. Give details of student enrichment programmes (special lectures / workshops /
seminar) with external experts.
S.No
Date
Association activity
Eminent person
1.
2.
13.9.2013
4.10.2013
Inauguration of
Association of Civil
Engineering
Association
(CIVEANZ)
National Seminar on
―Recent
Developments in
Construction
Materials and
Technology”
12.2.2014
Guest Lecture on
―Built Concept
Using Software‖
4.
4.3.2014
Guest Lecture on
―Million Steps for
Water‖
5.
24.3.2014
Club Activities by
CIVEANZ
9.08.2014
Guest Lecture on
―Awareness on
Government Exams‖
8.9.2014
Special Talk on
“How is your
Mental Health
important as a
Student?”
3.
6.
7.
Dr.M.Dharmalingham,
Properioter,
Dharmalingam Associates,
Coimbatore.
Mr.S.V.Gurusamy
Managing Director
Elite Engineering &
Construction(Hyd) Pvt .Ltd.
Hyderabad -500084
Dr.L.S.Jayagopal
Managing Director
Mitran Structures (P) Ltd
Coimbatore.
Er.J.Prabhu
President of COCENA
Sri Janani Builders,Coimbatore.
Mr.K.S.Praveen
CADD Technologies
Coimbatore
Er.S.Sivalingam
Assistant Executive Engineer
PWD,
Government of Tamilnadu
Inter College Events by Civil
Engineering Association
Dr.G.Sankarasubramaniam
Prof & Head/ Civil Department
PSG college of Technology
Coimbatore
Dr.S.Ananth
Consultant Psychiatrist
Sri Ramakrishna Hospital,
Coimbatore
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8.
12.9.2014
Interactive Talk on
―Civil Engineering
Oppurtunities in
Softwares‖
Mr. Prasanna
TRC Engineering (I) Pvt. Ltd
Bangalore - 560076
Dr.S.BHASKAR,
Principal Scientist
Structural Engineering Research
Centre (SERC)
Chennai.
9.
3.02.2015
“PAST, PRESENT
AND FUTURE OF
CONCRETE”
Dr. MANU SANTHANAM,
Professor
Indian Institute of Technology
(IITM),
Madras.
Dr. N.ANAND
Assistant Professor
School of Civil Engineering
Karunya University,
Coimbatore
Mr.X.JOHN BRITTO
Head, Quality Control,
Ultra Ready Mix Concrete,
Coimbatore
10. 12.2.2015
Special Lecture on
Overseas Education
Dr Terrence Cousens,Senior
Lecturer,Geotechnics,LEEDS
University,U.K
Dr.Rachael Hartely,International
Officer, LEEDS University
Buisiness School,U.K
33. List the teaching methods adopted by the faculty for different programmes.
1. Power Point Presentations-It helps in making clear the concepts of theory
oriented subjects.
2. Visualization-The working process in construction site are thought to
students.
3. Participation-Practical oriented subjects are made easier by making student
participation.
4. Seminar- More seminars are conducted with the help of Specialist in a
particular sector
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5. Observations-Experimental works are explained.
6. NPTEL videos- It helps to make clear of any particular concepts.
34. How does the department ensure that programme objectives are constantly met
and learning outcomes monitored?
With the help of internal marks, assignment works, semester marks
and class co-operation of students learning outcomes are monitored. By
continuously following academic schedule, the department ensures that
programme objectives are constantly met.
35. Highlight the participation of students and faculty in extension activities.
STUDENT ACADAMIC ACTIVITIES: 2013-2014
S.
No
Name of the
Student(s)
Roll No
1.
Kowsalya.G
Rithusha.R
1209017
1209036
2.
R.Srinivasan
R.Sibiya
1209048
1209043
3.
P.L. Natesan
Cibi Raj Pon
1209027
1209004
4.
T.Vignesh
V.VishnuAshwin
1209054
1209057
5.
S.Vigneshwaran
S.Sreenivasan
1209055
1209046
6.
7.
8.
9.
Dharani Seenu
Pillai, Rahul
Hrishikesh.P
K.Vishnu Prakash
S.Sreenivasan
S.Vigneshwaran
M.ManiBharathi
M.Mahendran
R.ShreeVignesh
N.Gowtham
Sowbarnika.V
Praveen.V
10.
V.Prabhakaran
R.Priyanka
Year
Name of
the Event
“Imperative Study
on the
implementation of
Go Green
Construction‖
―Solar Technology
For Forthcoming
Generations‖
―Town Planning‖
2013-14
International
Conference
on ― Energy,
Environment
―Applications and
and Eco
uses
Friendly
Of Smart materials‖
Buildings‖
Jain
University,
Bangalore
19/09/13
To
21/09/13
VIT
University
28.09.13
Case Studies in
Green Buildings
Quiz
2013-14
Gravitas –
General
Quiz
1209010
1209045
1209032
1209031
1209033
Period
/Date
Green buildings &
its uses
1209005
1209035
1209058
1209046
1209055
1209021
1209020
1209042
Name of the topic
Details of
the
Organizer
Quiz
Math mania
2013-14
Workshop
State of art in Digital
Surveying
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ore
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19.12.2013
E.Ajith
N.Parthasarathi
11.
S.Karthick
S.Sathishkumar
E.Ajith
N.Parthasarathi
12.
S.Karthick
S.Sathishkumar
Vishnu Aswin
T,Vignesh
13. Yuvaprakash
R.Srinivasan
1209001
1209029
1209067
1209041
1209001
1209029
1209067
1209041
1209057
1209054
1209064
1209048
2013-14
Technical
Symposium
Interface 2014
CIT.Coimbat
ore
24-25 Jan
2014
2013-14
Technical
Symposium
Interface 2014
CIT.Coimbat
ore
24-25 Jan
2014
2013-14
Workshop
Advancement in
RMC
KCT,Coimbatore
6th
Feb,2014
International
Conference
International
Conference on
Advances in Civil
Engineering &
Chemistry of
Innovative Materials
Cibiraj.Pon
KuralNijanth
1209004
1209018
14.
2013-14
SRM
University
13-14
March,
2014
STUDENT’S ACADAMIC AWARD: 2013-2014
S.No
1.
Name of the
student
Srinivasan.R
Vignesh.T
Institution
IISTE
Coimbatore
chapter
Award
Best Paper
Award
Paper name
Date
An Experimental
21.01.2014
approach enhancing the
concrete strength of its
resisting property by
nano silica fly ash
STUDENT ACADAMIC ACTIVITIES: 2014-2015
S.
No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
Name of the
Student(s)
SRINIVASAN.R
VISHNU ASWIN. V
VIGNESH. T
MANI.R
SHANTHOSH.J.R
KAUSIV RAAM .A.S
NAVALADIYAN.N
NANDHAGOPAL.S
DHARANI RAJ.S.V
MAHESH MOHAN
.K
DEEPAN.C.S
Roll
No
1209048
1209057
1209054
1209069
1309046
1309022
1309033
1309032
1309012
1309026
1309011
Name of the Event
Details of the
Organizer
Period
/Date
Prize/
Participat
ion
National Level Technical
Symposium
"CONCRETE
CHALLENGE"
VELAMMAL
ENGINEERING
COLLEGE,
Chennai.
9/8/2014
3rd Prize
WORKSHOP
"CONCEPTUAL
FRAMEWORK FOR
MUNICIPAL SOLID
WASTE
MANAGEMENT IN
DEVELOPING
COUNTRIES"
MUTHAYAMMAL
COLLEGE OF
ENGINEERING,
Rasipuram.
25/09/2014
PARTICIPA
TED
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12
13
VISHNU ASWIN. V
VIGNESH.T
1209057
National Level
Workshop "STAAD
PRO"
KGISL INSTITUTE OF
TECHNOLOGY,
Coimbatore.
9/9/2014
PARTICIPA
TED
seminar " ADVANCED
IN SCIENCE
&TECHNOLOGIES‖
KUMARAGURU
COLLEGE OF
TECHNOLOGY,
Coimbatore.
7/8/2014
PARTICIPA
TED
WORKSHOP
"ADVANCES IN
SCIENCE &
TECHNOLOGIES"
KUMARAGURU
COLLEGE OF
TECHNOLOGY,
Coimbatore.
4/9/2014
PARTICIP
ATED
NATIONAL LEVEL
TECHNICAL
SYMBOSIUM " AMAZA
2K15"
KGISL INSTITUTE OF
TECHNOLOGY,
Coimbatore
1209054
14
CORNELIUS.R
1309009
15
DHARANI RAJ.S.V
1309012
16
JAYASHREE .R
1309021
17
18
19
20
VIJAY .G
SARAVANAN .K
VINOTHKUMAR .R
PRAVEEN .T
1309069
1309043
1309070
1309037
1st prize
2nd prize
1st prize
2nd prize
13/02/2015
&
14/02/2015
STUDENT CO-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES 2013-14
S.
N
o
Name of the
student
Roll.no
Event
Date
Name of the Event
Venue
Place
scored
1.
KuralNjanth K
1209018
2013
Basket Ball
CIT Trophy
SREC Trophy
CIT, Cbe
SREC, Cbe
3rd Place
3rd Place
2.
1209050
26.1.2014
3rd Place
1209001
2013
SREC, Cbe.
1st place
4.
Mahendran M
1209020
11.3.2013
SREC, Cbe
3rd Place
1309044
1/08/201
4
Basket Ball
CENTIES
Basket Ball
ANNUAL INTRA
MURAL SPORTS
Shuttle Cork
(House Match, Intracollege Event)
sports " BALL
BADMINTON"
Hand Ball
ZONE-11
INTER ZONAL
CENTIES
PSG Tech Trophy
SNR CHINNASWAMY
EBET, Erode
3.
SundaraPandiyaKesar
i Varma
E. AJITH
SREC, Cbe.
1st Place
SREC, Cbe.
SVS, Pollachi.
KPR, Cbe.
PSG Tech, Cbe.
SREC, Cbe.
1st
1st
1st
1st
1st
5.
SARUMATHI .S
6.
Sandeep K
7.
Vigneshmuthuvel.A
1209038
1209053
2012-2013
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Place
Place
Place
Place
Place
2013-2014
8.
9.
Dharani Seenu Pillai
Kowsalya G
1209005
1209017
Rahul Hrishikesh
1209035
20.10.2013
11.03.2013
26.09.2013
MEMORIAL TROPHY
ZONE-11
INTER ZONAL
CENTIES
Paper Presentation
(Intra College Event
EDC, SREC)
Debate (ELS, SREC)
Paper Presentation
(Conducted by
Renewable Energy Club
[REC], SREC)
KCT, Cbe.
SVS, Pollachi.
EBET, Erode.
1st Place
3rd Place
1st Place
SREC, Cbe.
1st Place
SREC, Cbe
1st Place
SREC, Cbe
1st Place
STUDENT’S SPORTS AWARD:
S.No
Date
1
26-27/7/13
2
3
4.
2-3/9/13
16-18/9/13
Sport Event
Name
SNR
Chinnasamy
Naidu TrophyDistrict
Anna University
Sports BoardZone-11
Anna University
Sports Board Inter Zonal
SNR
Chinnasamy
Naidu TrophyDistrict
FACULTY ACTIVITIES:
Organizer
details
Department
Details
Award
A.Vignesh Muthuvel,
K.Santheep
First
A.Vignesh Muthuvel,
K.Santheep
First
A.Vignesh Muthuvel,
K.Santheep
Third
Kural Nijanth
Third
Hand Ball
SREC
Coimbatore
Hand Ball
KCT
Coimbatore
SVS Engg
College,
Pollachi
26-27/7/13
Hand Ball
Basket Ball
SREC
Coimbatore
Two national journals and seven international journals are published by our
department faculties. They also attended various development programmes like
NPTEL Workshop, faculty development programs, etc in various institutions.
Highlight of Faculty Achievement:
S.No
1.
Name of the
faculty
Mr.N.Dinesh
Institution
Karpagam
College Of
Engineering
Award
Best Paper
Award
Paper name
Year
An Experimental
approach enhancing the
concrete strength of its
resisting property by
nano silica fly ash
2013
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36. Give details of “beyond syllabus scholarly activities” of the department.
1)
2)
3)
4)
Conducted Value added courses like E-tabs software coaching.
Symposium
One day National seminar
For the surveying purpose, total station workshop is conducted.
37. State whether the programme/ department is accredited/ graded by other
agencies. Give details.
NIL
38. Detail any five Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Challenges (SWOC)
of the department
STRENGTH OF DEPARTMENT
1. The syllabus is modified with new innovative topics.
2. The lab facilities are well enough for the student practical activities.
3. The environmental setup is suitable for the student carrier development.
4. The teaching and non-teaching faculties are showing more involvement in the
academic and non-academic activities.
5. Apart from academic progress, our department provides value added courses,
seminars, workshops and guest lectures etc.
WEAKNESS OF THE DEPARTMENT
1. Compared with other departments, we have more analytical subjects. So there is
lack of teaching hours.
2. FDP, Workshops and guest lectures are conducted very few.
3. Due to academic engagement, only few industrial visits are arranged.
4. Lack of research activities.
5. Since our department is an emerging one, we are in progress to get more
industrial and funded projects.
OPPORTUNITIES OF THE DEPARTMENT
1. As we conducting more practical oriented programs, it helps students to
overcome onsite problems.
2. Comprehensive viva helps in placement and government exams.
3. Direct self - study is allowable for the students having above 8.5 CGPA and
students can opt inter-disciplinary subjects and gain knowledge from other
department courses.
4. By participating in inter - college programs like workshops, seminars, and sports
they get
exposure and communication with other colleges.
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5. With the help of in-plant training programs students are encouraged to handle
industrial based project work.
CHALLENGES OF THE DEPARTMENT
1. More effort is needed to get the industrial link and industrial project.
2. Making all students to develop innovative model and participating in seminar,
synopsis etc. in other institution.
3. Making involvement of students in social welfare programs is challenging.
4. Getting projects with aid of funding agencies.
5. Collaboration with research Centre is challenging one now.
39. Future plans of the department.
The following features are planned to establish in our department:

To establish PG programme in our department.

To make a center of excellence in Laboratories with well advanced
equipments.

To conduct more workshops, seminars, conferences and FDP in future with
aid of funding agencies.

To get the industrial projects as well as research works.

To have large number of students to participate in curriculum and noncurriculum programs.

To get approval for National Board of accreditation (NBA).

More consultancy works are trying to get.
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DEPARTMENT OF NANOSCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
1.
Name of the Department & its year of establishment
Name of the Department
Year of Establishment
2.
: Department of Nanoscience & Technology
: 2012
Names of Programmes / Courses offered (UG, PG, M.Phil., Ph.D., Integrated
Masters; Integrated Ph.D., etc.)
Year of
Starting
2012
2014
2014
Name of the Course
M. Tech.
Nanoscience &
Technology
M.S. (By Research)
Ph.D.
Approved
Intake
Recognition
Recognized as a Research
Department* with effect from
January 2015
(Ref: 4271919 dated 17.02.2015)
18
-
* Please refer enclosure for additional details
3.
Interdisciplinary courses and departments involved
Academic
Year
2011 – 2012
Interdisciplinary Courses

2012 – 2013



NA
Mathematical Modeling and
Simulation
Quantum Mechanics
Characterization of Nanomaterials
Lithography and Nanofabrication
Department of Science
and Humanities

Introduction to Nanoscience and
Technology
Department of Biomedical
Engineering

Product design, Management
Techniques and Entrepreneurship
Department of MBA
2013 – 2014
2014 – 2015
Departments Involved

NA
Product design, Management
Techniques and Entrepreneurship
Department of MBA
4.
Annual/ semester/choice based credit system: Semester based credit system
5.
Participation of the department in the courses offered by other departments
Academic
Year
2011 – 2012
Name of the Courses
Name of the Departments
NA
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2012 – 2013
Nanoelectronics
2013 – 2014
MEMS &
Nanosciences
NIL
Department of Electronics & Communication
Engineering (Program: ME VLSI Design)
Department of Mechanical Engineering
(Program: ME Manufacturing Engineering)
2014 – 2015
6.
NIL
Number of teaching posts sanctioned and filled (Professors/Associate
Professors/ Asst. Professors)
Sanctioned
Filled
Professors
1
1
Associate Professors
1
1
1
Asst. Professors
7.
3
Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation, specialization,
(D.Sc./D.Litt. /Ph.D. / M. Phil. etc.,)
Name
Qualific
ation
Designation
Dr. T. Daniel
Thangadurai
M. Sc.,
M. Phil.,
Ph. D.
Professor &
Head
Dr. Moorthi
Pichumani
M. Sc.,
Ph. D.
Associate
Professor
Mr. C. Narendhar
M. Sc.,
M. Tech.
Assistant
Professor
Mr. S. Sathiesh
Kumar
M. Tech.
Assistant
Professor
Mr.T.Mohankumar
M. Tech.
Assistant
Professor
No. of
Years
Specialization
of
Experience
Catalysis,
Sensor and
Nano
Materials
Soft Matter,
Nanomaterials
and
Materials
Science
Biomaterials,
Drug delivery,
Nanomaterials
Nanomaterials
for Energy and
Environmental
Applications
Quantum
Computing &
Electronics
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No. of
Ph.D.
Students
guided
for the
last 4
years
18
(ongoing
– 3)
6 yrs &
9 months
(ongoing
– 5)
6
-
3
-
2
-
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8.
Percentage of classes taken by temporary faculty – programme-wise
information --------NIL-------
9.
Programme-wise Student Teacher Ratio
Academic Year
Program
2011 – 2012
2012 – 2013
2013 – 2014
2014 – 2015
M. Tech.
Nanoscience
&
Technology
10.
Student
Strength
(A)
9
24
21
Student
Teacher
Ratio
(A/B)
Number of
Faculty
(B)
NA
3
5
5
3
4.8
4.2
Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff:
sanctioned and filled
Sanctioned
Filled
1
1
1
1
Academic support staff
(technical)
Administrative staff
11.
Number of faculty with ongoing projects from a) national b) international
funding agencies and c) Total grants received. Mention names of funding
agencies and grants received project-wise.
a) National
Name of the
Faculty
Dr. T. Daniel
Thangadurai
(PI)
Dr. Moorthi
Pichumani
(PI)
Project Title
Development of Colorimetric
‗Selective-Ion‘ and ‗Ion-Pair‘ Sensor
using Fluorogenic and
Chromoflurogenic Optical Materials
Development of Field-Induced
Manipulation of Evaporative Selfassembly Process
TOTAL Rs.
Sanctioned
Amount &
Funding Agency
Status
Rs. 26,00,000
&
CSIR EMR(II)
Ongoing
Rs. 35,00,000
&
DST INSPIRE
61,00,000
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12.
Departmental projects funded by DST-FIST; DBT, ICSSR, etc.; total grants
received
Sanctioned
Name of the Faculty
Project Title
Amount &
Funding Agency
The Principal, Sri
Ramakrishna
Engineering College
Fund for Improvement of
Science & Technology
Infrastructure
TOTAL Rs.
Rs. 30,00,000
&
DST FIST
30,00,000
Status
Ongoing
13.
Research facility / centre with
o
state recognition
The Department of Nanoscience & Technology is recognized as a Research
Department* with effect from January 2015 (Ref: 4271919 dated 17.02.2015)
List of recognized research supervisors of the Department of Nanoscience &
Technology
Faculty Name
Reference Number
Dr. T. Daniel Thangadurai
2270100
Dr. Moorthi Pichumani
2270342
University
Center for Research
Anna University
Chennai
* Please refer enclosure for additional details
o
o
14.
national recognition
----------NIL---------international recognition
----------NIL----------
Publications:
2015
1. Weak ac field-induced patterns in vertical deposition of colloids at various
evaporation rates, R. Aslam & M. Pichumani & W. González-Viñas, Eur.
Phys. J. ST 224(2), 435, 2015
Impact Factor
1.760
Cites
SJR
0.59
2. Novel Heterocyclic Schiff base, (Z)-4-((2-((2-aminophenyl)disulfanyl)
phenylimino)(phenyl)methyl)-3-methyl-1-phenyl-1H-pyrazol-5-ol,
for
Enzymatic studies, M. Gowri and T. Daniel Thangadurai, Mol. Cryst. Liq.
Cryst., 606, 199-207, 2015
Impact Factor
0.5
Cites
SJR
3. Phytochemical preparation, characterization and photocatalytic applications
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of Ag-TiO2 nanocatalyst., P. Yuvasree, K. Nithya, N. Neelakandeswari, N.
Rajasekaran, K. Uthayarani, M. Chitra, S. Sathiesh Kumar., Advanced
Materials Research Vol. 1086, pp 1-6, 2015
Impact Factor
Cites
SJR
0.15
4. Fabrication of super paramagnetic iron oxide nanoparticles embedded
chitosan nanospheres for drug delivery applications, C. Narendhar,
Vivekananthan V., Murugu Mohan Kumar K., Rajesh T.P., Senthilkumar R.,
Arun kumar A. And Jebaselvin A, Asian Jr. of Microbiol. Biotech. Env. Sc.
Vol. 17, No. (Spl. Iss.), 101-104, 2015
Impact Factor
0.7
Cites
SJR
0.11
5. Synthesis of TiO2 nanoparticles by various methodologies and evaluation of
their antibacterial activity, C. Narendhar, B. Atmajah, V. Vijayalakshmi, I.
Kirubha Shangari, K.S. Vijaya and T.P. Rajesh, Asian Jr. of Microbiol. Biotech.
Env. Sc. Vol. 17, No. (Spl. Iss.), 89-94, 2015
Impact Factor
0.7
Cites
SJR
0.11
2014
1. Enhanced Methylene Blue dye degradation by newly synthesized Ag2O/TiO2
heterostructure, D. Sriprabha, T. Mohankumar, D. Nataraj and T. Daniel
Thangadurai, J. Environ. Nanotech., 3, 105 – 111, 2014
Impact Factor
Cites
SJR
2. Antimicrobial activity of Chitosan Coated Iron Oxide Nanoparticles,
C.Narendhar, S.Anbarasu , S.Divakar, R.Gunaseelan, Vasanth Sundaram,
G.Gopu and S.Sandesh, International Journal of ChemTech Research, Vol.6,
No.3, pp 2210-2212, 2014
Impact Factor
Cites
SJR
0.21
3. A Review on Photopolymers for Polymer Nanocomposite Applications, K.
Kaniappan, S. C. Murugavel, T. Daniel Thangadurai, J. Environ.
Nanotechnol., 3, 1-15, 2014
Impact Factor
Cites
SJR
4. Modified Biginelli reaction: Synthesis of fused Dihydropyrimidones, Nadaraj
V., Thamarai Selvi S., Abirami M. and Daniel Thangadurai T., Research
Journal of Recent Sciences, 3, 370-374, 2014
Impact Factor
Cites
SJR
5. Water is a key factor to alter the structure and electrochemical properties of
carboxylate-bridged dimanganese(II) complexes, D. Sivanesan, S. Kannan, T.
Daniel Thangadurai, Kwang-Deog Jung and Sungho Yoon, Dalton Trans., 43,
11465-11469, 2014
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Impact Factor
~ 4.20
Cites
-
SJR
1.28
6. Stimuli-Sensitive Poly(NIPA-co-APA) Hydrogels for the Controlled Release
of Keterolac Tromethamine, Yonghyun Kim, V. Ramesh Babu, K.S.V. Krishna
Rao, Jae-Min Lim, T. Daniel Thangadurai, Yong-Ill Lee, J. Kor. Chem. Soc. 58,
92-99, 2014
Impact Factor
1.1
Cites
1
SJR
0.2
7. Fabrication of Polystyrene Composite Reinforced with Silicon Carbide
Nanoparticles, Arun.P.S, S.Sathish and C. Narendhar, International Journal of
Current Engineering and Technology E-ISSN 2277 – 4106, P-ISSN No, 2347 –
5161, 2014
Impact Factor
Cites
SJR
8. Carbon Nano Tubes Actuating Implantable Medical Devices, Fredrick
Johnson.J, Karthick.M, David Roshan.C, Vignesh Kumar.B, Raghul.D.R,
Sathiesh Kumar .S, Gopu.G, International Journal of ChemTech Research, 6,
pp. 2060-2062, 2014
Impact Factor
0.4
Cites
SJR
0.21
9. Preparation and Characterization of Copper Oxide Nanoparticles, Nithya.k,
Yuvasree.P, Neelakandeswari.N, Rajasekaran.N, Uthayarani.K, Chitra.M and
Sathiesh Kumar.S, International Journal of ChemTech Research, 6, pp. 22202222, 2014
Impact Factor
0.4
Cites
SJR
0.21
2013
1. Poly [2-(cinnamoyloxy)ethyl methacrylate-co-octamethacryl-POSS] Hybrid
Nanocomposites: Synthesis and Properties, A.B.V. Kiran Kumar, T. Daniel
Thangadurai, and Yong-Ill Lee, Reactive and Functional Polymers, 73, 11751179, 2013
Impact Factor
~ 2.50
Cites
2
SJR
0.78
2. Synthesis and Characterization of Some Polyphosphonate Derivatives
Containing Photosensitive Unsaturated Keto Group in the Main Chain, K.
Kaniappan, S.C. Murugavel, T. Daniel Thangadurai, Macromolecular
Research 21, 1045, 2013
Impact Factor
~ 1.6
Cites
3
SJR
0.51
3. Dynamics, crystallization, and structures in colloid spin coating, M.
Pichumani & P. Bagheri & K.M. Poduska & W. González-Viñas & A. Yethiraj,
Soft Matter 9(12), 3220, 2013
Impact Factor
~ 4.151
Cites
17
SJR
1.57
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4. Magnetorheology from surface coverage of spin-coated colloidal films,
M. Pichumani & W. González-Viñas, Soft Matter 9(8), 2506, 2013
Impact Factor
~ 4.151
Cites
SJR
1.57
5. Facile synthesis of iron oxide, iron-cobalt and zero valent iron nanoparticles
and evaluation of their anti microbial activity, free radical scavenginging
activity and antioxidant assay, Narendhar.C, K.Murugu Mohan Kumar,
Karpanai Selvan Balasubramnian, Karunamurthy.K And Rubal Varadharajan,
Digest Journal of Nanomaterials and Biostructures 8(2), p. 765 – 775, 2013
Impact Factor
1.6
Cites
SJR
0.35
2012
1. Facile Synthesis of Iron Oxide Nanoparticles and Their Antimicrobial
Activity, C. Narendhar, K.Murugu Mohan Kumar, Karpanaiselvan.B,
M.Rejitha, A.Selvapriya and D.Janani, Asian Journal of Chemistry, 25, S188S190, 2012
Impact Factor
0.36
Cites
SJR
0.15
2. Potency of Multi Component Drug Delivery Systems – A Critical Review,
Narendhar. C, Murugu Mohan Kumar.B, Rejitha.M and Balaji.S, Journal of
Chemical and Pharmaceutical Sciences, 6, 55 – 61, 2012
Impact Factor
0.1
Cites
SJR
0.12
3. Synthesis and Evaluation of the Silver Nanoparticles for the Anticancer
Activity using Cardiospermum Halicacabum Extract, Niranjana V.A,
Narendhar. C. and Anbarasan.B, International Journal of Drug Discovery and
Herbal Research, 4, 504-508, 2012
Impact Factor
0.314
Cites
SJR
-
S.
No
1
2
3
4
5
Name of the Faculty
Dr. T. Daniel Thangadurai
Dr. P. Moorthi
Mr. C. Narendhar
Mr. S. Sathiesh Kumar
Mr. T. Mohan Kumar
Cumulative
Impact Factor
120
19.192
4.57
-
h-index
14
4
-
15.
Details of patents and income generated
----------NIL---------16. Areas of consultancy and income generated
The Department of Nanoscience & Technology is engaging in testing services. We
are characterizing the experiment / research samples for industry experts, faculty
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members, research scholars and students of the following institutions and
Universities. Students from other institutions are interested to do their project in our
Department.
ACADEMIC YEAR 2013 - 2014
PSG Institute of Advanced Studies,
Coimbatore
Thiruvalluvar Govt Arts College, Rasipuram
Kongu Engineering College, Perundurai
Government College of Technology,
Coimbatore.
KSR College of Engineering, Tiruchengode
Infant Jesus College of Engineering,
Tirunelveli
Bannari Amman Institute of Technology,
Sathy.
Aringar Anna Govt Arts College, Villupuram
Annamalai University, Chidambaram
Anna University Regional Centre,
Coimbatore.
Karunya University, Coimbatore
KSR Polytechnic College, Namakkal
PSG College of Technology,
Coimbatore
Bangalore University, Bangalore.
P.R.Engineering College, Thanjavur.
Kamaraj College of Engineering and
Technology, Virudhunagar.
Anna University, Trichy
Sri Ramakrishna Mission Vidyalaya
College of Arts and Science,
Coimbatore
Avinashilingam Deemed University,
Coimbatore
Income Generated
ACADEMIC YEAR 2014 - 2015
Anna University Regional Centre,
Coimbatore
Paavai Engineering College, Namakkal
KSR College of Engineering, Namakkal
KSR Polytechnic College, Namakkal
Kongu Engineering College, Perundurai
Government College of Technology,
Coimbatore
PSG College of Technology, Coimbatore.
Sri Ramakrishna Mission Vidyalaya College
of Arts and Science, Coimbatore
National Institute of Technology, Trichy
V.H.N.S.N. College, Virudhunagar
Coimbatore Institute of Technology,
Coimbatore
Manonmaniam Sundaranar University,
Rs. 37,501.00
Bangalore University, Bangalore
Karunya University, Coimbatore
Kumaraguru College of Technology,
Coimbatore
Bannari Amman Institute of
Technology, Sathy
SNS College of Technology, Coimbatore
Sri Venkateswara College of Engg ,
Chennai
Bharathiar University, Coimbatore
Annamalai University, Chidambaram
S.N.R. Sons College, Coimbatore
Kongunadu Arts and Science College,
Coimbatore
Presidency College, Chennai
Sri Ramakrishna Institute of
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Tirunelveli
Amrita University, Coimbatore
MEPCO Schlenk Engineering College,
Sivakasi
Ignetta Holographic Pvt. Ltd., Coimbatore.
Avinashilingam Deemed University,
Coimbatore
Hindusthan Arts and Science College,
Coimbatore
Income Generated
17.
Technology, Coimbatore
Kalasalingam University, Virudhunagar
P.S.G.R Krishnammal College for
Women, Coimbatore
SRM University, Chennai.
Dr. N.G.P Institute of Technology,
Coimbatore
1,31,740.00
Faculty recharging strategies
 Incentives for Ph.D. holders irrespective of experience
 Incentives for securing projects, testing services and consultancy works
 Encashment of earned leave
 Medical facilities at Sri Ramakrishna Hospital run by our SNR Sons
Charitable Trust
 On-duty leave to attend seminars, conferences, internships, workshops,
faculty development programs etc.
18. Student projects
Academic Year
Student Strength
2011 – 2012
2012 – 2013
2013 – 2014
2014 – 2015
% of students who
have done in-house
projects
(including interdepartmental)
% of students
doing projects in
collaboration with
industries /
institutes
NA
9
15
22.22
26.67
77.78
73.33
STUDENT’S PROJECT (PHASE II): 2013 - 2014
S.
No
Name of the
Student
Place
Guide
D. Janani
CECRI,
Karaikudi
2
K. Nithya
SREC,
Coimbatore
Dr.N.Neelakandeswari
Dept of Chemistry
Copper Oxide
Nanoparticles for
Photocatalytic Application
3
H. Poornima
Bharathiar
University,
Coimbatore
Dr.D.Nataraj
Dept of Physics
Superparamagnetic Study
of Zinc Ferrites
1
Dr.N.Kalaiselvi
Principal Scientist
Field of Research
Sri Ramakrishna Engineering College – NAAC – SSR (Self Study Report)
Lithium Batteries
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PSG IAS,
Coimbatore
DMRLDRDO
Hyderabad
SREC,
Coimbatore
Dr.P.Biji,
PSG IAS
Gas Sensor Device for
Environmental Monitoring
Dr. P. Saravanan
Scientist ‗E‘
Rare-earth free permanent
magnet
CECRI,
Karaikudi
Dr. T. Daniel
Thangadurai
Dr. Amitava
Bhattacharyya
PSG IAS
Dr.S.S.Sreejakumari,
CECRI,Karaikudi
DMRL,
Hyderabad
Dr. Adiraj Srinivas
Scientist ‗E‘
Dye Degradation by
heterostructures
Electrical Conductivity of
Nanocomposite Coated
Fibers
Silica Nanocontainers for
Corrosion Protection
Magneto-Dielectric
Properties in Ferroelectric
Rich Composites
4
R.Priyadharshini
5
A.Selvapriya
6
D.Sriprabha
7
Suvarna C
Narayanan
PSG IAS,
Coimbatore
8
P.Yuvasree
9
N.Manjubaashini
STUDENT’S INTERNSHIPS: 2013 – 2014
S.No
1
Guide
Dr.T.Daniel
Thangadurai
Students
K. V. Anoj
Kumar
G. Kowsalya
D. Deepika
J. Praveen
2
Dr.P.Moorthi
3
Mr.C.Narendhar
4
Mr.S.Sathiesh
Kumar
C. Ramya&
R. Jeevani
A. Arun Kumar
R. Senthil Kumar
V.
Vivekananthan&
A. JebaSelvin
K.Ganesh&
N.Yugeswaran
M.Mukilan
R.Nivethika
5
Mr.T.Mohankumar
P.Madhan
Kumar
Date
28.5.14 to
16.6.14
28.5.14 to
16.6.14
28.5.14 to
16.6.14
Place of work
IIT Madras, Chennai
NIT-Tiruchirappalli
Barathiyar University,
Coimbatore
Melur Tea Industries,
2.6.14to18.6.14
Ooty
2.6.14to14.6.14 Salem Steel Plant, Salem
26.5.14 to
13.6.14
Department of
Biotechnology Anna
University,Tiruchirappalli
Solar Division, L&T,
Chennai
4.6.14to20.6.14 Anna University ,Chennai
Madras University,
2.6.14to18.6.14
Chennai
4.6.14to20.6.14
2.6.14to18.6.14 CLRI, Chennai
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STUDENT’S PROJECT (PHASE II): 2014 – 2015
S.
No
Name of the
Student
1
K.V. Anoj Kumar
2
A. Arun Kumar
3
D. Deepika
4
K. Ganesh
5
A. Jeba Selvin
6
R. Jeevani
7
G. Kausalya
8
P. Madankumar
9
M. Mukilan
10
R. Nivethika
11
J. Praveen
12
C. Ramya
13
R. Senthil Kumar
14
V. Vivekananthan
15
N. Yugeswaran
Place
IIT, Madras
CFTRI, Mysore
DMRL-DRDO
Hyderabad
Pondicherry
University,
Pondicherry
SRECCoimbatore
CECRI,
Karaikudi
Guide
Dr.V.Subramanian
Dept. of Physics
Shri. Satish H S
Head, FPT
Dr.Saravanan
Scientist ‗E‘
Dr.P. Thilagan,
Centre for Green Energy
Technology
C. Narendhar
Dr. N. Kalaiselvi
Principal Scientist
Dr.Manorama Sunkara,
IICT,
Senior Principal
Hyderabad
Scientist
IGCAR,
Dr. Gnanasekar
Kalpakkam
Scientist
ARCI,
Dr.Pramod H.Borse
Hyderabad
Scientist ‗ F ‗
Bharathiyar
Dr.A. Balamurugan
University
Dept. of Nanotech.
Dr. Renuka Devi
SREC & AU, CBE
Dept. of Biotechnology
SREC,
T. Mohankumar
Coimbatore
SREC,
Mr.S.Sathiesh Kumar
Coimbatore
SREC
IIT, Mandi
Dr.Venkatakrishnan
SREC,
Mr.S.Sathiesh Kumar
Coimbatore
SREC
Field of Research
Metamaterials
Food Processing
Nanomagnetism
Energy Applications
Antimicrobial activity
Lithium Ion Battery
Magnetic Materials
Nanosensors
Energy Storage
Corrosion studies
Nanofertilizers
Phonon Spectrum
Environmental
Remediation
Drug delivery
RADAR
Application
19. Awards / recognitions received at the national and international level by
o
Faculty
As a Resource Person
 TEQIP II Sponsored FDP programme on Recent Advances and
Developments in Chemistry (RADIC‘13) held from Nov‘28 to
Dr. T. Daniel
Dec‘4th, 2013 at Department of Chemistry, Bharathidasan Institute
Thangadurai
of Technology, Anna University, Trichy, India.
 National Conference on Advanced Functional Materials (NCAFM
– 2014) held on Jan‘30th and 31st, 2014 at Department of Physics,
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Bharathiar University, Coimbatore, India.
 DST-CURIE sponsored National Conference on Packaging
Techniques to Hasten Emergency Food Relief held on 21-22
February, 2014 at Faculty of Engineering, Avinashilingam
University, Coimbatore, India.
 Seminar on ―Recent Trends in Nanotechnology & Research‖ held
on 5th November 2014 at Sri Sakthi Kailash Institutions, Salem,
India.
 MoES sponsored National Conference on Recent Advances
in Nanotechnology, Chemistry and Environmental Research will
be held on 11 – 12, December 2014, at Department of Chemistry,
Kongu Engineering College, Perundurai, India.
 UGC sponsored One Day Seminar held on 23.12.2014 conducted
by Department of Chemistry at PSGR Krishnammal College
Women, Coimbatore.
As a Reviewer for Journals
 Current Organic Synthesis (Bentham Science Publishers)
 Molecules (MDPI-Open Access Journal)
 Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (American Scientific
Publisher)
 American Chemical Science Journal (SCIENCEDOMAIN
international)
 Analytical Letters (Taylor & Francis)
 Synthesis & Reactivity in Inorg., Met. –Org., and Nano-Met.
Chem., (Taylor & Francis)
 Arabian Journal of Chemistry (Elsevier Publication)
 Applied Polymer Science (John Wiley & Sons, Inc.)
 Advances in Applied Research (Indian Journal)
 Medicinal Chemistry Research (Springer)
Acting as a Reviewer for International Project Funding Organizations
 National Research Foundation (NRF), South Africa
Dr. Moorthi
Pichumani
Editorial Board Member in the following Journal(s)
 International Journal of Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Analysis
(Associated Editor)
 International Journal of Clinical Biochemistry and Research
(Associated Editor)
Doctoral Committee Member
 At Department of Chemistry, Karunya University, Coimbatore
As a Resource Person
 Resource person for conducting classes towards Diploma Course
in Foreign Languages – SPANISH
Research
 DST - INSPIRE Faculty Award by DST and research grant of Rs.
35,00,000 for five years (national level)
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As a Reviewer for Journals
 Physical Review Letters (APS)
 Langmuir (ACS)
 Applied Mathematics and Computation Journal
 Physical Review E (APS)
Invited Speaker
 Invited Lecture on ―Nanomaterials applications in Industries ― at
T.John‘s Institute of Technology, Bangalore, April, 2013
Editorial Board Member
 International Journal of Research In Pharmacy and Biotechnology
 International Journal of Life Sciences & Research
Mr. C.
Narendhar
Mr. S.
Sathiesh
Kumar
Reviewer
 Current Organic Chemistry
 Current Nanoscience
 Research in Medicine and Biomedical Sciences
Expert member for Purchase Committee
 Department
of
Chemistry,
Avinashilingam
University,
Coimbatore
As a Resource Person
 Scanning probe microscopy tutorial for Nanoscience and
Technology Students of Anna University Regional Center,
Coimbatore, for 2014 Batch students
Academic year
Paper presentation
Poster/technical
Participation
2012 – 2013
NIL
NIL
NIL
2013 – 2014
7
5
21
2014 – 2015
2
2
NIL
As a Resource Person
Mr. T.
 Computational laboratory classes for Nanoscience and Technology
Mohankuma
Students of Anna University Regional Center, Coimbatore, for
r
both 2013 and 2014 Batch students
o
o
Doctoral / post doctoral fellows
----------NIL---------Students
Name of the Project
Piezoelectric power generation from
cadmium oxide based nanocomposites
(won best project award)
Student Name & Batch
Yuvasree P & 2013
(Supervisor:
Dr. N. Neelakandeswari, Asso.
Professor, Dept. of Chemistry
Sri Ramakrishna Engineering College – NAAC – SSR (Self Study Report)
Funding Agency
TNSCST,
Government of
Tamilnadu
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20. Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops organized and the source of funding (national
/ international) with details of outstanding participants, if any.
S.
No
Name of the
Event
Duration
July 03,
2015
Keynote Speakers
Dr.Sriramachandran,
Associate Professor,
Department of
Biotechnology, BITSPilani, Dubai Campus.
Dubai
1
Guest Lecture
2
Dr. D. Nataraj
May 27 to Bharathiar University,
Summer
29, 2015 Coimbatore
Internship
&
Dr. K. Rajasekar
Program on
June 15 to Anna University
Nanotechnology
19, 2015 Regional Office
Coimbatore
Dr. M .Periasamy,
University of Hyderabad
Dr. Amitava Das, NCL,
February Pune
21, 2015 Dr. N. Kalaiselvi, CECRI,
Karaikudi
Dr. Pramod H. Borse,
ARCI, Hyderabad
3
Vision Nano
2015 – One Day
National
Seminar on
Nanomaterials
Research
4
November
24 to 28,
Winter
2014
Internship
&
Program on
December
Nanotechnology
15 to 19,
2014
Dr. N.
Muthukumaraswamy
Coimbatore Institute of
Technology, Coimbatore
Dr. R. T. Rajendrakumar
Bharathiyar University,
Coimbatore
5
Guest Lecture
Dr. Dhesingh Ravi
Shankaran,
Asst. Professor in
Nanotechnology,
September
Nano-Bio Materials and
29, 2014
Sensors Laboratory,
PSG Institute of
Advanced Studies
Coimbatore, 641 004
6
BioNano 2014 –
August 21 Dr. Bikramjit Basu – IISc,
National
Source
Outstanding
/
of
Participants
International Funding
College Level
SNRSCT SREC faculty
&
members &
SREC
students
National
SNRSCT
&
SREC
29
National
SNRSCT
&
SREC
213
National
SNRSCT
&
SREC
14
College Level
National
Sri Ramakrishna Engineering College – NAAC – SSR (Self Study Report)
SNRSCT SREC faculty
&
members &
SREC
students
SNRSCT
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30
Three Days
to 23, 2014
National
Conference on
BioNanotechnology
7
Vision Nano
2014 – One Day
National
Seminar on
Nanomaterials
Research
Bangalore
Dr. Rani P. George –
IGCAR, Kalpakkam
Dr. Venkata Krishnan –
IIT, Mandi
Dr. P. Gautam – Anna
University, Chennai
Dr. P. Radhakrishna –
IICT, Hyderabad
Dr. M. Vasundhara –
NIIST, Trivandrum
Dr. N. Ramesh Babu –
NIT, Trichy
Shri. Indu Bhaskar –
DSIR, New Delhi
Dr. U. Kamachi Mudali –
IGCAR, Kalpakkam
February Dr. K. I. Gnanasekar –
22, 2014 IGCAR, Kalpakkam
Dr. P. Saravanan –
DMRL, Hyderabad
Dr. R. Easwaramoorthi –
ARCI, Hyderabad
&
SREC
National
SNRSCT
&
SREC
137
Dr. R. Chandrababu,
Director, Center for Plant
Biology, TNAU,
Coimbatore
February Dr. K. Senthil
17, 2014 Assistant Professor
School of Materials
Science & Engineering
Sungkyunkwan
University, Seoul, South
Korea
8
Guest Lectures
9
Winter
December Dr. B. Nalini
Internship
09 to 13, Avinashilingam Deemed
Program on
2013
University, Coimbatore
Nanotechnology
One Day
Faculty Members of the
Technical
August 07,
10 Workshop on
Department of
2013
Characterization
Nanotechnology
of
SNRSCT SREC faculty
College Level
&
members &
SREC
students
National
SNRSCT
&
SREC
11
Regional
SNRSCT
&
SREC
60
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Nanomaterials
*SNRSCT – SNR Sons Charitable Trust & SREC – Sri Ramakrishna Engineering College
21. Student profile course-wise:
Academic
Year
Applications
received
Selected
Pass percentage
Male
Female
Male Female
COURSE: M. Tech. Nanoscience & Technology
2011 – 2012
2012 – 2013
2013 – 2014
NA
-
9
-
100
10
5
100
100
5*
2
As per Anna
University Norms
2014 – 2015
#
*Out of five males, one discontinued;
#Currently in third semester
22.
Diversity of Students
% of
% of
% of
% of
students
students
students
students
Academic Year
from the
from the
from other from other
college
state
States
countries
COURSE: M. Tech. Nanoscience & Technology
2011 – 2012
NA
2012 – 2013
0
88.89
11.11
2013 – 2014
0
100
0
2014 – 2015
33.33
50
16.67
0
23. How many students have cleared Civil Services, Defense Services, NET,
SLET, GATE and any other competitive examinations?
The students of the Department of Nanoscience & Technology are planning for
and preparing themselves to appear for competitive exams, civil services,
defense services etc.. Mr. N. Yugeswaran (of 2013 Batch) has cleared the GATE
exam during the year 2015.
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24. Student progression
Student
Progression
Percentage against enrolled
No. of Students
Enrolled
UG to PG
PG to M.Phil.
PG to Ph.D.
Ph.D. to PostDoctoral
Employed
 Campus selection
 Other than
campus
recruitment
Entrepreneurs
2011 – 2012
2012 – 2013
2013 – 2014
2014 – 2015
NA
9
15
6
26.67
NA
NA
11.11
NA
NA
Nil
Nil
11.11
13.33
NIL
13.33
NA
25. Diversity of Staff
Percentage of faculty who are graduates
of the same parent university
40%
from other universities within the State
40%
from other universities from other States
Nil
from other universities in abroad
20%
26. Number of faculty who were awarded Ph.D., D.Sc. and D.Litt. during the
assessment period.
---------Nil--------27. Present details about infrastructural facilities
m) Library
The faculty members and students of the Department of Nanoscience & Technology
are currently using the reading facilities available in the central library of our
Institution.
1. Journals
Sl.
No.
1.
Name of the Journals and Magazine
INTENATIONAL
Asian Jl. of Microbiology, Biotechnology, &
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Periodicity
Quarterly
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Environmental Science
NATIONAL
1. Journal of Nanocomposites & Nanoceramics
2. Indian Journal of Nanomaterials
3. Indian Journal of Nanotechnology & Applications
4. Indian Journal of Nanotechnology
5. Indian Journal of Electrospun Nanofibers &Applications
6. Nanotech Insights
2. Books
No of Titles
No of Volumes
358
586
3. E-Journals
Elsevier Nanotechnology
ISSN
Bi Annual
Bi Annual
Bi Annual
Bi Annual
Bi Annual
Quarterly
10 Journals
Title
0266-3538
Composites Science and Technology
1359-0294
Current Opinion in Colloid & Interface Science
1748-0132
Nano Today
0001-8686
Advances in Colloid and Interface Science
0927-7757
Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects
0927-7765
Colloids and Surfaces B:Biointerfaces
0169-4332
Applied Surface Science
0257-8972
Surface and Coatings Technology
0040-6090
Thin Solid Films
1549-9634
Nanomedicine: Nanotechnology, Biology, and Medicine
n) Internet facilities for staff and students
The faculty members and students of the Department of Nanoscience & Technology
are currently using the internet facilities available in the Characterization laboratory
and Modelling & simulation laboratory. The Characterization laboratory is equipped
with wifi connectivity.
o) Total number of class rooms
There are two class rooms (I year and II year, respectively)allotted for the students of
the Department of Nanoscience & Technology
p) Class rooms with ICT facility
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q) Students’ laboratories & Research laboratories
The Department of Nanoscience & Technology was established in the year 2012 with
State-of-the-Art Laboratories equipped with sophisticated analytical and fabrication
tools to the tune of Rs. 3 Crores. There are three laboratories dedicated for student‘s
practical (student laboratory) as well as for research and development.
1. Advanced Materials Synthesis Laboratory
2. Characterization Laboratory
3. Modeling and Simulation Laboratory
Summary of available facilities
S. No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
Particulars
Autoclave - SS- 50 ml
Autoclave - SS- 100 ml
Autoclave - SS- 250 ml
Autoclave Teflon Vessel- 50 ml
Autoclave Teflon Vessel-100 ml
Autoclave Teflon Vessel- 250 ml
Magnetic stirrer 1 mlh
Magnetic stirrer 2 mlh
Magnetic stirrer 5 mlh
Oil Bath 1L
Oil Bath 2L
Oil Bath Cylindrical
Water bath with Thermostat
Bunsen Burner with Stopcock
Electrodes (Pt, Cu, Zn, Ag)
Tungsten carbide ball mill chamber
Atomic Force Microscope , Model:F-80
Electronic balance
Biological Microscope
Ultrascope camera
B.O.D Incubator
Wipro Computer
Wipro Server
Chemical Vapor Deposition (tubular furnace)
Centrifuge
De-ioniser unit , Model-indion CA-20/U Unit
Digital PH meter with electrode, Model:MK-U1
D.C. power supply 0-30V 2amp
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29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
28.
Digital Temperature Controller
Electrochemical Workstation
Electric Bunsen Burner with Regulator
Mount on all purpose stirrer
Mini Submarine Gel Electrophoresis
Hot air oven , size :45X45X45cm
Muffle furnace- programmable
LPG cylinder (19 Kg)
Regulator for LPG cylinder
Orbital Shaker
Planetary ball mill with polyuretherane jar
Philips drier
Particle size analyser , model SZ-100Z
Programmable spin coater system
Stove-single burner
Spinix-vortex shaker
Sonicator , probe type
Sonicator , bath type
Fourier Transform infrared spectrometer [FT-IR]
UV-Visible spectrophometer
Vaccum pump (oil free)
Water purification system
X-Ray diffractometer
Water chiller for XRD system
Number of students of the department getting financial assistance from
College.
---------Nil---------
29.
Was any need assessment exercise undertaken before the development of
new program(s)? If so, give the methodology.
---------Nil---------
30.
Does the department obtain feedback from
a.
faculty on curriculum as well as teaching-learning-evaluation? If yes,
how does the department utilize it?
Yes, the Department of Nanoscience & Technology is obtaining
feedback from faculty on curriculum as well as teaching-learning-evaluation.
Before handling a course, individual faculty member prepares a lesson plan
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and based on the plan the teaching is executed. At the end of the course, the
faculty shares the feedback. Important points are discussed along with the
curriculum development cell. The suggestions and recommendations are
discussed during the annual Board of Studies meeting. The faculty members
of the Department are suggested to conduct the remedial classes in the
evening to improve the scoring level of the students. The students have
difficulty
in
courses
related
to
mathematics
and
theoretical
physics/chemistry. Additional tutorial hours are allotted for this kind of
courses.
b.
students on staff, curriculum as well as teaching-learning-evaluation and
what is the response of the department to the same?
Yes, the Department of Nanoscience & Technology is obtaining
feedback from students on staff, curriculum as well as teaching-learningevaluation. At the end of the semester, students are asked to evaluate the
respective staff (who handled a particular course) on various criteria on a
five point scale. The consolidated results are considered during staff
appraisal. Head of the Department takes corrective measures when a staff
scores below a limit (3.5).
The learning difficulties of students and related issues are addressed
during tutor ward meetings and class committee meetings. Necessary steps
are taken to overcome the difficulties. The students can select electives
(during second and third semester) of their choice. The students are asked
for their field of interest to pursue their projects. They are interacting with
the members of the faculty to progress further.
c.
Alumni and employers on the programmes and what is the response of
the department to the same?
Yes, the Department of Nanoscience & Technology is obtaining
feedback from Alumni on the programme and courses. The alumni
suggested changing few core courses accordingly to the relevant
engineering domain so that they shall overcome drawbacks while facing
technical interviews. Also, the feedback is discussed during annual Board
of Studies meeting. The Department is establishing appropriate channels
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for campus recruitments to students (core competency). Once established,
the Department is interested in obtaining respective feedback.
31.
List the distinguished alumni of the department (maximum 10)
Year of
Graduation
2011 – 2012
2012 – 2013
Name of the Alumni
NA
Ms. N. Manjubaashini
2013 – 2014
Mrs. D. Sri Prabha
Ms. G. Kausalya
Mr. V. Vivekananthan
Mr. R. Senthil Kumar
2014 – 2015
Present Status
Mr. P. Madhankumar
Ms. R. Nivethika
Ms. D. Deepika
Research Scholar at Sri Ramakrishna
Engineering College, Coimbatore
Quality control supervisor at Ramprasath
Tubes and bars, Coimbatore
Got selected in Korean Government
Scholarship Program to pursue Ph. D.
Got selected in IIT Mandi to pursue Ph. D.
Got selected in Rajalakshmi Engineering
College, Chennai to work as JRF
Woking in Wipro Technologies, Bangalore
Got selected in DMRL Hyderabad to pursue
Ph. D.
32. Give details of student enrichment programmes (special lectures /
workshops / seminar) with external experts.
S. No
Name of the Event
Duration
Keynote Speakers
2014 - 2015
Guest Lecture
July 03, 2015
Dr.Sriramachandran, Associate Professor,
Department of Biotechnology, BITS-Pilani,
Dubai Campus. Dubai
2
Summer Internship
Program on
Nanotechnology
May 27 to 29,
2015
&
June 15 to 19,
2015
Dr. D. Nataraj
Bharathiar University, Coimbatore
Dr. K. Rajasekar
Anna University Regional Office
Coimbatore
3
Vision Nano 2015 – One
Day National Seminar on
Nanomaterials Research
February 21,
2015
Dr. M .Periasamy, University of Hyderabad
Dr. Amitava Das, NCL, Pune
Dr. N. Kalaiselvi, CECRI, Karaikudi
Dr. Pramod H. Borse, ARCI, Hyderabad
4
Winter Internship Program November 24 Dr. N. Muthukumaraswamy
on Nanotechnology
to 28, 2014 Coimbatore Institute of Technology,
1
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&
Coimbatore
December 15 Dr. R. T. Rajendrakumar
to 19, 2014 Bharathiyar University, Coimbatore
5
6
Guest Lecture
Dr. Dhesingh Ravi Shankaran,
Asst. Professor in Nanotechnology,
September 29, Nano-Bio Materials and Sensors
2014
Laboratory,
PSG Institute of Advanced Studies
Coimbatore, 641 004
BioNano 2014 – Three
Days National Conference
on Bio-Nanotechnology
Dr. Bikramjit Basu – IISc, Bangalore
Dr. Rani P. George – IGCAR, Kalpakkam
Dr. Venkata Krishnan – IIT, Mandi
August 21 to
Dr. P. Gautam – Anna University, Chennai
23, 2014
Dr. P. Radhakrishna – IICT, Hyderabad
Dr. M. Vasundhara – NIIST, Trivandrum
Dr. N. Ramesh Babu – NIT, Trichy
2013 - 2014
Vision Nano 2014 – One
Day National Seminar on
Nanomaterials Research
7
February 22,
2014
Shri. Indu Bhaskar – DSIR, New Delhi
Dr. U. Kamachi Mudali – IGCAR,
Kalpakkam
Dr. K. I. Gnanasekar – IGCAR, Kalpakkam
Dr. P. Saravanan – DMRL, Hyderabad
Dr. R. Easwaramoorthi – ARCI, Hyderabad
Dr. R. Chandrababu, Director, Center for
Plant Biology, TNAU, Coimbatore
8
Guest Lectures
February 17,
2014
9
Winter Internship Program
on Nanotechnology
Dr. B. Nalini
December 09
Avinashilingam Deemed University,
to 13, 2013
Coimbatore
10
One Day Technical
Workshop on
Characterization of
Nanomaterials
August 07,
2013
Dr. K. Senthil
Assistant Professor
School of Materials Science & Engineering
Sungkyunkwan University,
Seoul, South Korea
Faculty Members of the Department of
Nanotechnology
33. List the teaching methods adopted by the faculty for different programmes.

Teaching the fundamental concepts with real time and practical examples
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
Chalk and Board for mathematical equations and their derivations

Advanced concepts are taught through research papers

Incorporation of audio visual lectures / animations (NPTEL and other
educational videos) while imparting classes

Enhancing interactions and discussions of scientific concepts among students

Pictorial representation of the concepts (PPT presentation)

Improving continuous learning by giving periodic homework
34. How does the department ensure that programme objectives are constantly
met and learning outcomes monitored?
When the faculty member prepares the course file during the semester
(while the course is going on), the course information details allow the faculty
member to know how far the program objectives are attained by mapping the
course outcomes. The programme objectives are constantly met and the
outcomes are measured by means of the academic performance of the
students in the internal tests. Additionally, indirect assessments are also made
for seminars, quiz sessions etc.
35. Highlight the participation of students and faculty in extension activities.
The faculty members as well as students of the Department are
motivated to participate in various extension activities such as knowledge
enhancement programme, faculty development programme and workshops.
The faculty members of the Department attended

Three day workshop on Nano fabrication technologies at IITB from 27-29th
May 2015

National workshop on advanced characterization techniques organized by
Periyar University, Salem from 29th to 30th of January 2015

One day workshop on introduction to COMSOL Multiphysics software at
Amirta University on 25th of July, 2014
Students are regularly participating in various awareness program
organized by Women Empowerment Cell, Anti-ragging cell etc. They are
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interested in working along with Entrepreneur Development Cell of our
Institution also. The students attend guest lectures and special events hosted
by various Departments of our Institution.
36. Give details of “beyond syllabus scholarly activities” of the department.
The students of the Department are motivated and encouraged frequently
about the importance of research and development as well of significance of higher
learning.
They
are
asked
to
apply
for
minor
projects
supported
by
Government/private agencies. Ms. P. Yuvasree (of 2012 Batch) and her project
supervisor Dr. N. Neelakandeswari (Asso. Professor, Dept. of Chemistry) secured a
student‘s project supported by TNSCST, Government of Tamilnadu. Also they won
the best presentation award.
The Department offers Value Added Courses and plans for Industrial Visits
to educate the students about the prevailing modern technologies and practices. The
Department has an Association and the students take the role of office bearers. This
helps them to gain experiences related to organization as well as management skills.
The students contribute (by technical writing and by designing) in releasing a
newsletter through this association. Additionally, the students are interested to
contribute innovative ideas to Centre for Innovation of our Institution.
The faculty members educate and prepare the students to secure positions for
higher studies in abroad. Ms. G. Kausalya (of 2013 Batch) received an offer from
Korean Government Scholarship Program for pursuing her Doctoral studies.
37. State whether the programme/ department is accredited/ graded by other
agencies. Give details.
Sri Ramakrishna Engineering College is an autonomous Institution. Our
Institution is approved by Government of India, All India Council for Technical
Education and permanently affiliated to Anna University, Chennai. The Institution
has ISO 9001–2008 certification and all the eligible programs are accredited by NBA.
The Department of Nanoscience & Technology is currently being recognized as a
Research Department by Centre for Research (CFR), Anna University, Chennai, with
effect from January 2015 (Ref: 4271919 dated 17.02.2015).
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38. Detail any five Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Challenges
(SWOC) of the department
a) Strengths
1. State-of-the-Art infrastructure & laboratories
2. Multidisciplinary & dedicated faculty members
3. Active testing and consultancy services
4. International and national collaborations
5. Consistent good performance in examinations by students
b) Weaknesses
1. Research works leading to a pattern should be focused
2. Opportunities for campus recruitments (core competency) should be
increased
3. Inadequate industry interactions and technology transfer
4. Lack of openings for good number of full-time research scholars as well as
post-doctorates (due to the limited funded projects ongoing in the
Department)
5. Quality research works leading to publications in high impact journals should
be concentrated
c) Opportunities
1. Organize more number of conferences, seminars, internships, workshops etc.,
of national and international importance to create awareness about emerging
Nanoscience & technology
2. Scope to introduce new undergraduate program
3. Opportunities for establishing MoUs with reputed industries and prestigious
institutes
4. Increasing the possibilities for students to pursue higher learning in leading
Universities and institutes around the globe
5. Design research works towards product development and substantial
commercialization
d) Challenges
1. Attracting more number of students from various background in joining the
PG course
2. Educating the students about the importance of research and higher
education
3. Creating opportunities and openings for post-doctoral researchers
4. Constituting specialized teams for multidisciplinary as well as
interdisciplinary research
5. Transforming research analytics and methodologies, accordingly to the
requirements of premier industries
39. Future plans of the department.
Short-Terms & Mid-Terms

To supervise Ph.D research scholars and M.S. (by research) students – Shortterm
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
To organize relevant National and International events like seminar, technical
symposium, workshop, internship etc., - Short-term

To establish additional National & International collaborations – Mid-term

To publish quality research articles in high impact journals

To submit research proposals for advanced scientific research – Mid-term

To upgrade curriculum based on industry requirements - Mid-term

To extend the research facilities of the Department – Mid-term

To setup appropriate channels for campus recruitments for students - Shortterm
Long-Term

To Establish Dynamic, Competitive and World Class ―Center for Potential
with Excellence‖ for Nanomaterials Research with the support of Prestigious
SNR & Sons Charitable Trust, Government of India, Ministry of Human
Resource Development and Department of Science and Technology.
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DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES
1. Name of the Department & its year of establishment
Name
: Department of Management Studies
Year of Establishment
: 2008
2. Names of Programmes / Courses offered (UG, PG, M.Phil., Ph.D., Integrated
Masters; Integrated Ph.D., etc.)
S.No.
1.
UG/PG/ M.Phil./ Ph.D./
Integrated Masters;Integrated
Ph.D., etc.)
PG
2.
Ph.D.
Name of the Programmes/Courses
offered
Master of Business Administration –
MBA
Management
3. Interdisciplinary courses and departments involved
S.No Course
Year
1
2015-16
I
2014-15
I
2014-15
II
2013-14
I
2013-14
II
2012-13
I
2012-13
II
2012-13
II
2
3
4
5
6
7
8.
15MA1131 Statistics for
Management
12MA1131 Statistics for
Management
12MA1231 Applied
Operations Research
12MA1131 Statistics for
Management
12MA1231 Applied
Operations Research
12MA1131 Statistics for
Management
12MA1231 Applied
Operations Research
10DCS06 – Business
Intelligence
Semester Department involved
Science and
Humanities
Science and
Humanities
Science and
Humanities
Science and
Humanities
Science and
Humanities
Science and
Humanities
Science and
Humanities
BE (CSE)
4. Annual/ semester/choice based credit system - Semester Based Credit System
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5. Participation of the department in the courses offered by other departments
S.No
Departmen
t
Year
Semester
12ME2002
Human Values and
Professional Ethics
Bindusha H C
12EC2001 Principles
of Management
Bindusha H C
12EC2001 Principles
of Management
Grace Antony
12EC2001 Principles
Rose.A
of Management
Sharmilapreethi
12EC2001 Principles
of Management
Sagayarani.A
12EC2001 Principles
of Management
Rajeshkumar.R
08ACE16 Professional
Ethics and Human
values
Sagayarani.A
08ADE07
Professional Ethics
Grace Antony
12NTIE20 Product
Rose.A
Design, Management
& Entrepreneurship
Sharmilapreethi
08ACE16 Professional
Ethics and Human
values
Dr.S.Krishnaprabh 12NTIE 20 Product
a
Design ,Management
& Entrepreneurship
Bindusha H C
12ACE16 Human
Values and
Professional Ethics
Grace Antony
12EC2001 Principles
Rose.A
of Management
BE -EIE
201516
VII
BE-CSE
201415
201415
201415
201415
201415
201415
VI
14.
SharmilaPreethi
15.
16.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
Facaulty Name
Subject Name
Sagaya Rani.A
BE-ECE
BE-ECE
BE-ECE
BE -EIE
BE-ECE
BE-EIE
VI
VI
VI
VI
VII
201415
201415
VII
201415
VII
M.TechNano
Technology
BE-ECE
201314
III
201314
V
BE-ECE
201314
VI
08AE601 Principles of
Management
BE-CSE
201213
V1
SharmilaPreethi
08AE601 Principles of
Management
201213
VI
SharmilaPreethi
Human Values and
Professional Ethics
BEAeronautica
l
BE-ECE
201213
VII
M.Tech Nano
Technology
BE-ECE
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17.
Bindusha H C
08AH801 Total
Quality Management
BEAeronautica
l
201213
VII
6. Number of teaching posts sanctioned and filled (Professors/Associate Professors/
Asst. Professors)
Designation
Professors
Associate Professors
Assistant Professors
Sanctioned
1
2
6
Filled
2
2
6
7. Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation, specialization, (D.Sc./D.Litt.
/Ph.D. / M. Phil. etc.,)
S.No
1.
2.
3.
4.
Name of the
Faculty
Dr.K.Chitra
Qualification &
Specialisation
B.Com(Commerce)
M.Com
(Commerce)
MBA(Systems)
M.Phil.(Commerce)
PGDCA (Systems)
Ph.D (Commerce)
Dr.R.Mary Metilda B.E (ECE)
MBA (Marketing)
M.Phil.
(Management)
Ph.D
(Management)
Dr.S.Krishnaprabha BA (Economics)
MBA (Finance and
Marketing)
M.Phil
(Management)
Ph.D
(Management)
Prof.V.Vanaja
B.Com
M.Com
MPhil (Commerce)
No of Years
Designation
of
Experience
No Of
Ph.D
Students
Guided
for the last
four years
6
Director
22 years 9
months
Professor
13 years 10
months
6
Associate
Professor
16 years 6
months
NA
Associate
Professor
16 years 9
months
NA
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PGDCA
MBA (Finance)
Ph.D –
(Management)
Pursuing (Course
Work Completed)
5.
Mrs.H.C.Bindusha BAL,LLB
Asst
7 years 8
NA
MBA (HR&
Professor
months
Marketing)
(Sr Gr)
Ph.D(Management)
- Pursuing (Thesis
Completed)
Mr.
Grace
Antony
6.
BBM
Asst
10 years 6
NA
MBA
(HR&
Professor
months
Rose.A
Marketing)
(Sr Gr)
7.
Mr.J.Joshua Roy
B.E. (Mechanical)
Asst
4 years 8
NA
MBA (HR &
Professor
months
Operations)
(Sr Gr)
Ph.D – Pursuing
8.
Mr.R.Rajesh Kumar B.Sc (Computer
Asst
9 years 8
NA
Science)
Professor
months
MBA (HR&
(Sr Gr)
Marketing)
M.Phil
(Management)
Ph.D
(Management)Pursuing
9.
Ms.A.Sagayarani
BA (Economics)
Asst
4 years 5
NA
MBA (HR &
Professor
months
Systemts)
MSW
Ms.Sharmila
10.
B.Com(CA)
Asst
4 years 5
NA
MBA
(Finance
&
Professor
months
Preethi
Marketing)
PGDE
8. Percentage of classes taken by temporary faculty – programme-wise information –
Nil
9. Programme-wise Student Teacher Ratio
MBA
Student Intake
Teachers
Ratio
2012-13
120
11
11 : 1
2013-14
120
11
11 : 1
2014-15
120
10
12:1
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10
12:1
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10.
Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff:
sanctioned and filled
Administrative staff Details
Department
Sanctioned
Available
MBA
11.
2
2
Number of faculty with ongoing projects from a) national b) international
funding agencies and c) Total grants received. Mention names of funding
agencies and grants received project-wise.
S.No
Investigators /
Co-ordinators
Title
1
Dr.K.Chitra,
Mr.R.Rajeshkumar
2
Bindusha H C
Funding
Agency/Sch
eme
Amount(Rs.)
Year
Grant for
AICTE/EDC
Entrepreneurship
Development Cell
4,00,000
2012
A Study on
Problem and
Prospects of IPR
in Indian
Pharmaceutical
Industry
2,40,000
2012
AICTE/RPS
12. Departmental projects funded by DST-FIST; DBT, ICSSR, etc.; total grants
received
S.No Investigators /
Co-ordinators
1.
Dr.K.Chitra,
Mr.R.Rajeshkumar
Title
Innovation
Management
and Practices in
SME‘s:
Antecedents &
Challenges
Funding
Agency/Scheme
DST-NSTMIS
Amount
(Rs.)
Rs.11,99,960
Year
2013
13. Research facility / centre with
o
state recognition -Nil

National Recognition – Recognized by Anna University, Chennai
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S.No
Recognition
Date
Ref.No.
04.07.2014
Lr.No.719/IR/Renewal/LR1
1
Centre for Research,
Anna
University(Renewal)
o
international recognition - Nil
14. Publications:
* Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals (national / international)
S.No
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7
8
9
Name of the Faculty
Dr.K.Chitra
Dr.R.Mary Metilda
Dr.S.Krishnaprabha
Mrs.V.Vanaja
Mrs.H.C.Bindusha
Mr.Grace Antony Rose.A
Mr.R.Rajesh Kumar
Ms.Sagayarani.A
Ms.Sharmila Preethi
No of papers
published in
International
Conference
3
3
1
6
2
1
-
15. Details of patents and income generated -
No of papers
published in
International
Journal
6
10
4
8
1
1
3
1
Impact Factor
12.09
5
11.6
14.156
.165
-
NIL
16. Areas of consultancy and income generated
S.No
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Particulars
Identifying Market Potential of Water Purifier for Roots
Industries, Coimbatore
Market Potential for 9KT Jewellery in Coimbatore
Market Potential for Mobile Services among Retailers for
TIPCORP
Market Potential for Cleaning Product in Goa, Bihar,
Chattisgarh , Jharkhand, Orissa, for Roots Multiclean Ltd,
Coimbatore
Sorting and Turning the Data into Graphical Representation
to find the Gaps in the Delivery for L & T, Coimbatore
Image Audit
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Income
Generated
(Rs.)
30,000
35,000
29,000
Goodwill
Goodwill
13,385
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7.
Medical Tourism Practices at Ramakrishna Hospital
31,000
8.
Perception on 20% Fee Reduction for Faculty & Students at
Ramakrishna Hospital
1,024
17. Faculty recharging strategies
 Faculty Development Programmes are conducted to enrich the subject
exposure and to augment the research skills of the faculty
 Workshops are organized on case study teaching and writing/Business
plans/Excel etc.,
 Faculty Immersion Programme in Industries for imparting the real-time
practices in the industry.
 Sponsorship for FDP, STP in reputed institutions.
 Incentive of Rs. 10,000 pm for faculty with Ph.D.qualification
 Faculty are sponsored to participate in Conferences, Seminars, Workshops
etc.,
 Incentives for consultancy Assignments undertaken and /Management
Development Programmes conducted
 Incentives for project funding received
 Encashment of earned leave
 Medical facilities at subsidized cost for faculty and their family members
18. Student projects
 percentage of students who have done in-house projects including interdepartmental - Nil
 percentage of students doing projects in collaboration with industries /
institutes
Year
2012-13
2013-14
2014-15
2015-16
Percentage of students projects in
collaboration with industries and institutes
27% (16/58)
33% (19/58)
42% (22/52)
12% (6/52)
19. Awards/recognitions received at the national and international level

Faculty
S.No Faculty Name
1. Dr.K.Chitra
2. Dr.K.Chitra
3. DR.K.Chitra
Program
Editorial Board Member for IJMIBS
Board Member for International
Conference on Science and Technology
Board of Studies member in Management
studies of SNR Sons College
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Year
January 2015
February 2015
June 2015
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4. Dr.K.Chitra
5. Dr.K.Chitra
6. Dr.K.Chitra
7. Mr.R.Rajesh
Kumar
8. Dr.K.Chitra
9. Dr.K.Chitra


S.No.
1
Editorial Board Member for IJAME
HR Panel Member in Confederation of
Indian Industry
Governing Body member in Coimbatore
Productivity Council
Board of Studies member @ STC(2014-16)
July 2014
2014 to till date
Board of Studies member in Commerce at
PSGR Krishnammal College for Women
Joint Secretary in Coimbatore
Management Association and
Convener of CMA students Chapter
2011-13
2014 to till date
2014
2013 to till date
Doctoral / post doctoral fellows
Students: Details of students‘ paper presentation:
Academic Name of the
year
Student and
Department
Title
20112012
V.Uthra
Peter Drucker‘s
Concept of
Management
Practices
2
20122013
Social Media and
Marketing
3
20122013
Monisha
Arulmalar.D
Sindhuja.J
Sathiaya.K.S
Dharshana.V
4
20132014
R.Raghav
C.Vishnu
5
20132014
R.Raghav
Global
Commodity of
Management
Practices
Effectiveness of
Training with
Reference to
Government arts
college, Salem
A Study on
Apparel Buying
Behaviours of the
Customers
During Festival
Season with
Reference to
Venue
Coimbatore
Institute of
Engineering &
Technology,
Coimbatore
RVS Institute of
Management
SNS College of
Technology,
Coimbatore
Prize (if
any
remark
s)
First
Prize
Best
Paper
Award
Best
Paper
Award
Karpagam
college
Annai
Mathammal
Sheela
Engineering
College
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6
20132014
Nandhini Devi.C
7
20132014
Nandhini Devi.C
8
20142015
K.Sasikala
9
20142015
G.Priyanka
Chennai silks,
CBE
Innovation for
Branding
Branding
Through Social
Media
Social
Enterpreneurship:
A Critique on
Nascent ventures
Social
Entrepreneurship
in India: A Case
Perspective
SNS College of
Technology,
Coimbatore
Sri Ramkrishna
Engoneering
College
Karpagam
Engineering
College
Karpagam
Engineering
College
20. Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops organized and the source of funding
(national
/international) with details of outstanding participants, if any.
S.No.
1
Date
13.03.15
2
3
4
5
08.08.14
28.11.14
20.09.14
14.07.14
6
14.03.14
7
12.07.14
Event
National
Seminar
Workshop
Workshop
Workshop
One Day
Workshop
National
Seminar
Workshop
8
9
01.11.14
25.09.13
Workshop
Workshop
10
22.09.13
FDP
11
12
18.11.13
17.11.13
Workshop
Workshop
13
17.09.13
Workshop
14
27.09.2013
&
Seminar
Title
Business Analytics for Decision
Making
Online Trading
Analysis of Financial Statement
IBM
IBM-SPSS-22.00
Indigenous Management
Innovation and Practices
Road Map for career in
Research
Corporate Etiquette
Workshop on Financial
Derivatives
―Financial Modeling Tools and
Techniques‖
Workshop on Social Media
One Day workshop on case
writing
Workshop on ―Stress
management‖
Entrepreneurship Awareness
Camp
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Self-Funded
Self-Funded
Self-Funded
Self-Funded
Self-Funded
Self-Funded
Self-Funded
Self-Funded
Self-Funded
Self-Funded
Self-Funded
Self-Funded
Self-Funded
AICTE and CED,
Madurai funded
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28.09.2013
15
Seminar
21.01.2013
16
08.12.12
National
Seminar
Entrepreneurship Awareness
Camp
HR Conclave
AICTE and CED,
Madurai funded
Self-Funded
21. Student profile course-wise: MBA
Name of the
Course
(refer question
No.2)
Applications
Received
MBA
Selected
Pass Percentage (%)
Male
Female
Male
Female
2012-13
32
20
91%
100%
2013-14
35
16
100%
100%
2014-15
25
30
92%
100%
Ph.D.
22.
Nil
Diversity of Students:
Name of the
Course
(refer question
no. 2)
MBA
2012
-13
2013
-14
2014
-15
% of
students
from the
college
% of
Students
from other
States
% of
Students
from other
countries
2%
% of
students
from the
state
90%
8%
-
-
94%
6%-
-
-
98%
2%
-
Nil
Ph.D.
23. How many students have cleared Civil Services, Defense Services, NET,
SLET, GATE and any other competitive examinations?
Year
Number of Students cleared NET
2012 – 2013
1
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24.
Student progression
Student
Percentage against Enrolled
Progression
2012 - 2013
2013 - 2014
2014 - 2015
UG to PG
NA
NA
NA
PG to M.Phil.
Nil
Nil
Nil
PG to Ph.D
3%
Nil
Nil
PG to Post – Doctoral
Nil
Nil
Nil
Employed
 Campus selection
14%
48%
26%
70%
37%
67%
Nil
2%
2%
 Other than campus
selection
Entrepreneurs
25.
Diversity of staff
Percentage of faculty who are graduates
of the same parent university
20%
from other universities within the State
80%
from other universities from other States
26.
Number of faculty who were awarded Ph.D., D.Sc. and D.Litt. during the
assessment period. - Nil
27.
Present details about infrastructural facilities
a.
Library
1. No. of Volumes
: 4965
2. No. of Titles
: 2724
3. No. of Volumes added in the year (2014-2015)
: 618
4. No .of Titles added in the year (2014-2015)
: 533
5. No. of National Journals
: 22
6. No. of Magazines
:6
7. No. of Newspaper
:5
8. No. of E-Journals
: 2 a. Ebscohost
b. J-gate Plus
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9. No. of Books Issued Every Day
: 45 – 55
10. No. of Computers with Internet Facility
: 10 No’s
Internet facilities for staff and students

Wifi facility is provided for all faculty and students
b.
Total number of class rooms - 4
c.
Class rooms with ICT facility - 4
e)
Students‘ laboratories and f) Research laboratories
S.No
Name of the Laboratory Lab Equipments
Total
Nos.
1
MBA Computer Lab
Server
01
2
MBA Computer Lab
Workstations
60
3
MBA Computer Lab
06
4
MBA Computer Lab
Printers
Type:
Dot Matrix
AC‘s
5
MBA Computer Lab
20 KVA UPS
01
6
MBA Computer Lab
IBM SPSS 22
10 Users
7.
MBA Library
Workstations
10 users
08
28. Number of students of the department getting financial assistance from College.
 Class toppers are provided with cash awards
29. Was any need assessment exercise undertaken before the development of new
program(s)? If so, give the methodology. NA
30. Does the department obtain feedback from
a. faculty on curriculum as well as teaching-learning-evaluation? If yes, how does
the department utilize it?
Feedback is received from faculty about the course and the teaching learning
evaluation system at the end of each semester. The same is discussed in
curriculum development cell and incorporated in the forthcoming Board of studies
meeting.
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b. students on staff, curriculum as well as teaching-learning-evaluation and what is
the response of the department to the same?
Feedback is received from students on faculty about different aspects like
delivery of course content and teaching learning process. They are also counseled
by the Head of the Department to focus on the aspects requiring improvement.
Feedback is received from the students with respect to the curriculum
through course Exit survey to receive feedback from students about the each course
and the teaching learning process. The suggestions are noted and discussed in the
curriculum development cell and board of studies meeting and the possible changes
are incorporated in the forthcoming curriculum.
c. alumni and employers on the programmes and what is the response of the
department to the same?
Feedback is received from alumni and employers about the MBA curriculum,
courses, teaching learning process and also about the Value Added Programs,
Industry Institute Interaction etc., and their valuable suggestions are considered and
incorporated.
31. List the distinguished alumni of the department (maximum 10)
S.
No.
1
Name of the
student
Arthy . R
Designation
Company
Accounting &
Admin Management
1GA Stores,
Sydney, Australia.
2
Vinod . S
Director
2010
3
Venkatesh.R
Senior Financial
Analyst
Vinod Steels and Flow
Turb Technologies
Coimbatore.
Accenture, Chennai
4
Ramya Sridevi
Pricol Technologies
2011
5
Nikilesh.
Senior Executive,
Business
Development
Manager
Owler Inc, Coimbatore
2011
6
R. Ranjith Rajaa
HR- Lead
2012
7
Mahendran C S
HR specialist (Talent
acquisition and
talent engagement )
Centvey line
Technology
Bangalore
Robert Bosch,
Coimbatore
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2010
2010
2012
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8
Nithyanandan.
N
Territory Sales
Coordinator
Bharti Airtel Ltd
Coimbatore
2013
9
Sindhuja.J
Financial Analyst
Wipro, Chennai
2013
10
Vigneshwaran.
C
HR Asst
Cognizant Technology
Solutions,
Coimbatore
2014
32. Give details of student enrichment programmes (special lectures / workshops /
seminar) with external experts.
S.No
.
1.
Name Of The
Program
Workshop
Topic
12.07.14
2.
14.07.14
One Day
Workshop
IBM-SPSS-22.00
3.
22.07.14
&
31.07.14
Visiting faculty
Social Media
Marketing
4.
2.08.14
&
5.08.14
8.08.14
Visiting Faculty
Social Media
Marketing
Workshop
Online Trading
Visiting Faculty
Session
Banking
Management
7.
9.08.14
&
11.08.14
13.08.14
Guest lecture
Financial
Education
Awareness
8.
20.08.14
Training Trends
in L&T Infotech
9.
25.08.14
10.
1.09.14
Industry
Institute
Interaction
Series
Industry
Institute
Interaction
Series
Industry
5.
6.
Date
Road Map for
career in Research
Interactive
Session with
students
Industry
Resource Person
Mr.Sashidharan Balasundaran
Senior Analyst Beroe
Consulting Inc India Pvt ltd
Mr. Kumar Guarav,
Statistician SPSS Bangalore
India.
Mr. Nanda Kumar,
Founder,
M/S Pixel Social Media,
Coimbatore.
Mr. Nanda Kumar,
Founder, m/s Pixel Social
Media, Coimbatore.
Mr. Ganesh Babu
Director ,
Ashirvad Financial Services
Sri K.G. Ramakrishnan
Chief Manager,
Vijaya Bank, Bangalore.
Mr. K. Sukumaran
Dean, School of Investor
Education & Financial
Literacy,Mumbai.
Ms. Banurekha,
Head Campus Spring board,
L&T Infotech
Mr.E.Sarath Babu,
Founder & CEO,
M/s Food King Catering
Services Pvt Ltd, Chennai.
Mr. Muralishyam Bhatta,
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Institute
Interaction
Expectation from
Management
Graduates
Interactive
Session with
Students
Getting Most out
of an MBA
program
General Manager-HR,
Pricol Technologies Limited
How to make an
Effective
Presentation
Mr.Sivakumar Palaniappan
Founder & Chief Mentor
Mastering Mind Academy
Awareness on
EBSCO Database
Mr. Vinod Kumar
Trainer, EBSCO Database.
The TransitionC2C
Mr. Baburaj Nair,
Chief People Officer,
Rasi seeds, Coimbatore.
Virtual Retail
Space
Mr.Mahendran Velligiri,
Co-Founder , Coitor IT Tech,
Coimbatore
Shafi.Ln.Saifudeen,
EXIM
Mr. Ramakrishnan,
Managing Director,
Thulasi Pharmacy.
Ms.Manjula Narasimhan
Head - Presales & Finance
(MIS) ,KGFSL,
Coimbatore.
Mr. Sree Kumar, Senior
Executive Vice President,
Business Development &
Marketing,
Malaysia.
11.
4.09.14
Guest Lecture
12.
9.09.14
13.
10.09.14
14.
11.09.14
15.
13.09.14
16.
15.09.14
Industry
Institute
Interaction
Series
Industry
Institute
Interaction
Series
I MBAOrientation
Programme
Industry
Institute
Interaction
Series
Retail Talk
Series
17.
20.09.14
Workshop
IBM
18.
24.09.14
Retail Talk
Series
19.
30.09.14
Industry
Interaction
Series
Issues Faced in
Pharmaceutical
Retailing
Emerging Trends
in Training &
Development
20.
30.09.14
Coimbatore
Management
Association
Program
Emerging Trends
in stock Market:
Malaysian
Perspective
21.
01.11.14
Workshop
Corporate
Etiquette
Dr.L.S.Ganesh
Professor, IIT-Madras
Mr.Karthikeyan Jawahar
Director, Karma Innovations &
solutions pvt ltd.
Mr. P.M.Jagatheesan
President –CMA
Vice President –HR,
SARA ELGI Group,
Coimbatore
Ms.Janaki Govindarajan,
Head, Akira Intelligence
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22. 15.11.14 &
16.11.14
Workshop
Spreadsheets for
Effective Decision
Making
23. 11.11.14 to Workshop
22.11.14
Business
Analytics using
IBM
SPSS/Cognos
24.
Visiting faculty
Organisational
Climate
25.
22.11.14
23.11.14
29.11.14
28.11.14
Workshop
Analysis of
Financial
Statement
26.
29.11.14
Industry
Institute
Interaction
Series
SWOT Analysis of
Textile Industry
27.
03.12.14
Visiting faculty
Economics
28.
22.12.14
Niche‘14
Intercollegiate
Meet
Monetary and
Fiscal Policy of
India
Niche‘14
29.
09.02.15
FDP
Steering
Management
Education: Role of
Faculty
30.
10.02.15
Intercollegiate
Meet
CREZILS‘15
31.
13.03.15
National
Seminar
Business
Analytics for
Decision Making
Management Solutions,
Coimbatore.
Mr. Giridharan, Partner,
Sreevatson Associates, Chennai
for Launchpad LLC,
Coimbatore
Mrs.Kanmani, Trainer,
Micro Genesis Techsoft Pvt.
Ltd, Bangalore
Mr.Vijay, Trainer,
Micro Genesis Techsoft Pvt.
Ltd, Bangalore
Mrs. Narmatha Ramesh,
Asst. General Manager - HR,
TCS, Coimbatore
Mr.K.Ravi,
Chief Financial officer,
Roots Group of Industries,
Coimbatore.
Mr. Mahantesh,
Manager,
TAG-Automative &
Engineering,
KPIT
Mr.Ayyaswamy,
Retired RBI Officer.
Mr.Nagilnathan,
Story Writer.
Mr.A.V. Sriram,
Music Director
Dr.S.Sriram,
Executive Director,
Great Lakes Institute of
Management,
Chennai
Mr.T.V.Sriram,
Vice President,
Robert Bosch, Coimbatore.
Dr P Balasubramanyam,
Senior Manager - Data
Analytics
Robert Bosch Engineering and
Business Solutions,
Bangalore.
Mr.Edwin Sridhar,
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32.
17.03.15
33.
19.03.05
34.
15.03.15
22.03.15
07.04.15
35.
14.03.15
16.03.15
11.04.15
36.
06.04.15
12.04.15
16.04.15
37.
08.04.15
15.04.15
38.
18.04.15
19.04.15
Senior Manager-HR,
Cognizant Technology
Solutions, Coimbatore
Mr.P.M.Austin,
CEO,Max Value Talent Central,
Chennai.
Mr.B.Seenivasan,
Chief Operation Officer,
PRICOL PRIVATE LIMITED,
Coimbatore
Mr.K. Ravi,
Panel
Union Budget
Chief Financial Officer,
Discussion
2015
Roots Group of Companies,
Coimbatore.
Mr. K.R. Ayyaswamy,
Asst.Advisor(RBI-RETD)
Ms.B.Dhanalakshmi,
Senior Manager-Finance
Lakshmi Machine Works
Limited, Coimbatore.
Mr.Sentil Parthasarathy,
Industry
Industrial
Director & Executive vice
Institute
Marketing
President-Business
Interaction
Strategy: A Case
Series
Study on Hirotech Development,
Hiro Tech,
Coimbatore.
Mr.Pratap Singh,
Visiting Faculty Brand Key: a
Head-Marketing,
on Marketing
Framework for
Elgi Ultra Pvt Ltd,
Management
Management
Coimbatore
Visiting Faculty Inventory
Mr. Raghunandhanan,
- Production
Management
Jt.General Manager,
and Operation
Larsen and Tuobro
Management
Coimbatore
Ms.B.Dhanalakshmi,
Visiting Faculty Funding Sources
Senior Manager-Finance
- Financial
for Corporate –
Lakshmi Machine Works,
Management
An overview
Limited, Coimbatore.
Mr. P.M.Jagatheesan,
Visiting Faculty Performance
Vice President-HR,
- Human
Appraisal
SARA ELGI Pvt Ltd.,
resource
Coimbatore
Management
Visiting Faculty SAP for Decisions Mr.O.A.Balasubramanian,
Sr.Vice President –Roots
- Management
Group, MD, Roots cast Private
Information
Ltd, Coimbatore.
System
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33. List the teaching methods adopted by the faculty for different programmes.
The following teaching methods are adopted in the Department of Management
Studies
 Lecture through PPT
 Case discussions
 Role plays
 Book /Literature Reviews
 Film based case studies
 Flipped class room
 Guest Lectures
 Symposiums
 Panel Discussions
 Group Discussion
 Business Quiz
 Conference
 Industrial Visits
 Participation in Community activities
 Corporate In house Training
 Literature Reviews
 Real Time Learning Experiences at Malls and Retail shops
 Desk Research/Mini Projects
 Community Oriented Projects
 Summer Internship and Final Project
34. How does the department ensure that programme objectives are constantly met
and learning outcomes monitored?
Feedback on the programme Evaluation Objectives and programme outcome
is received from the students through Program Exit Survey. Feedback is also
received from Alumni and Industry experts and their suggestions are incorporated.
Learning Outcomes are monitored through the following methods:
 Conducting class tests and Internal assessment exams
 Application oriented questions are asked to test the understanding and
addressed to the different dimensions of learning outcomes.
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 Viva voce examination conducted during every practical session to ensure the
understanding of theoretical and technical concepts.
 Quiz programs are conducted to evaluate their conceptual knowledge in each
courses
 Business Cases are discussed with presentation and report submissions and
are evaluated.
 Students are subject to undergo summer internship and final project to gain
real time and practical prospective addressed in the learning outcomes.
35. Highlight the participation of students and faculty in extension activities.
List of Community Oriented Projects under taken by students is as follows:
 Waste Management System in Periyanaickenpalayam Panjayat
 Perception regarding increase in LPG prices
 Awareness on Self Help Groups in Sengalipalayam Village
 Perception on Auto Drivers regarding Uniform charges
 A Study on awareness of Mobile Banking
 Awareness on Consumer Rights
 Banking awareness among rural people
 Problem faced by First Generation Entrepreneur
 Perception on Online banking among Women
 Perception towards government laptops among college students
 An era of change in food scenario :An investigational study
 Road safety awareness among Rural Community
 Training program for Vattamalapalayam and Idigarai Government School
Children
 Motivation classes for tribal village students at Kaaliyur and Kalinipudur
 Personality development classes and motivational classes in orphanages at
N.G.G.O colony and Peelamedu
 Donation given to mentally challenged people at Neyam, Mettupalayam and
orphanages at NGGO colony
36. Give details of ―beyond syllabus scholarly activities‖ of the department.





Research Publications
Paper Presentation in conferences
Conduct of Research for Industry
Conducting community oriented Research works
Guiding Ph.D. Scholars
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
Value added courses are conducted and certificates are provided to
students

Yoga Program

Every semester ―Leadership Enhancement Program‖ is conducted as
outbound
activity for students.
37. State whether the programme/ department is accredited/ graded by other
agencies. Give details.
Nil
38. Detail any five Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Challenges (SWOC) of
the department
Strengths:
 Autonomous status leading to the
freedom of developing Industry
oriented Curriculum
 Availability of learning ambience
facilitated by experienced/
Committed Faculty and State-of –
the-Art Infrastructure.
 Focus on Industry Institute
Interaction and experiential
learning
 Research and consultancy
assignments
 Individual attention and
mentoring due to smaller batch
size
Opportunities:
 Ability to design the curriculum
and syllabi to match the industry
requirement
 Explore the requirements of SMEs
and map the students
knowledge/skill accordingly
 Design/deliver Consultancy
assignments/Short term
courses/MDP for industries
 Offer Entrepreneurship courses
 Certificate course in Management
for engineering students
Weaknesses:
 Quality of students intake
 Non Residential Programme
 Lack of International Exposure
 Faculty training and development to
be enhanced
 Research & publications
/presentations
Challenges:
 Bringing on- campus placement
opportunities for MBA students
 Increase in the number of B schools
and reduction in the number of
students opting for MBA programs
 Enhancing the quality of students
intake
 Up skilling the faculty and students
to meet the dynamic industry
requirements
 Enhancing the practical/ experiential
learning aspects in the MBA
curriculum
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39. Future plans of the department.
Students
 To design and deliver curriculum/courses which will make the graduates
industry-ready executives and socially responsible leaders.
 To increase the practical /experiential and skill based component in the
curriculum
 To enhance the on- campus /off- campus placement opportunities
 To offer MBA Programmes with International Collaborations
 To offer Industry specific MBA programmes
Industries
 Curriculum design and delivery to suit the dynamic industry requirement
including SMEs
 To focus on undertaking consultancy assignments for industries
 To design/deliver Management Development Programmes for Industries.
 To introduce customized/part-time MBA programme for Industries.
 To sign MoU‘s with industries for the above mentioned relevant aspects
Faculty
 To constantly train the faculty in real-time practices through industry
immersion and FDP organised in reputed organization.
 To increase the research activities in terms of publication/ funded research
projects/ enrollment for Ph.D etc.,
Others
 To offer Diploma Program/ Certificate course on relevant themes as needed
 To offer certificate programmes on entrepreneurship
 To conduct certificate programmes for SME‘s
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DEPARTMENT OF SCIENCE & HUMANITIES
DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS
1.
Name of the Department: Department of Mathematics
Year of establishment:
1994
2.
Names of Programmes / Courses offered (UG, PG, M.Phil., Ph.D., Integrated
Masters; Integrated Ph.D., etc.) :
Support to all UG and PG Programmes and Ph.D Programme in Mathematics
3.
Interdisciplinary courses and departments involved :
Nil
4.
Annual/ semester/choice based credit system :
Semester based credit system
5.
Participation of the department in the courses offered by other departments
Department
Courses offered
12MA2101 Engineering Mathematics–I
12MA2201 Engineering Mathematics-II
12MA2301 Transforms and Partial Differential Equations
12MA2302 Transforms and Random Processes
All
Engineering
and
Technology
Departments
12MA2001 Numerical Methods
12MA2402 Random Processes
12MA2403 Probability and Queuing Theory
12MA2502 Discrete Mathematics
12MA2501 Discrete Structures
12MA2002 Resource Management Techniques
12MA2504 Statistics and Quality Control
15MA1101 Discrete Mathematics
15MA1102 Advanced Mathematics
15MA1103 Numerical methods and Statistics
15MA1131 Statistics for Management
15MA1231 Applied operations research for Management
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6.
Number of teaching posts sanctioned and filled (Professors/Associate
Professors/ Asst. Professors)
Sanctioned
Professors
1
1
Associate Professors
2
2
Asst. Professors
7.
Filled
19
19
Faculty profile with name, qualification,
(D.Sc./D.Litt. /Ph.D. / M. Phil. etc.,)
designation,
specialization,
Name
Qualificatio
n
Designatio
n
Specializatio
n
No. of
Years of
Experienc
e
Dr.C.V.Seshaiah
Ph.D
Professor &
Head
General
Theory of
Relativity
29 Yrs & 8
Months
Dr.A.Sekar
Ph.D
Associate
Professor
Operator
Theory
Associate
Professor
Topology
Mrs R.Santhi*
M.Sc.,M.Phil
No. of
Ph.D.
Student
s guided
for the
last 4
years
16
18 Yrs &
10 Months
-
16 Yrs & 4
Months
-
Mrs.
J.Jagadeeswari*
M.Sc.,M.Phil
Assistant
Professor
(Sl.Grade)
Operations
Research
Mrs.R.Premalat
ha
M.Sc.,M.Phil
Queueing
Theory
15 Yrs & 3
Months
Dr.P.Vasanthi
Ph.D
Assistant
Professor
(Sl.Grade)
Assistant
Professor
(Sl.Grade)
Fuzzy
Inventory
Model
12 Yrs & 6
Months
-
Dr.S.Ranganaya
ki
Ph.D
Assistant
Professor
(Sl.Grade)
Fuzzy
Inventory
Model
10 Yrs &
11 Months
-
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17 Yrs &
2 Months
-
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Dr.R.Kasthuri
Ph.D
Mrs.D.Chithra*
M.Sc.,M.Phil
Mr.Y.J.Ganesh
M.Sc.,M.Phil
Mr.P.Jayaprakas M.Sc.,M.Phil
h
Mrs.S.Sangeetha M.Sc.,M.Phil
*
Mrs.
K.Sukkiramathi
*
M.Sc.,M.Phil
Mrs.V.Revathi*
M.Sc.,M.Phil
Mrs.D.Narmath
a*
M.Sc.,M.Phil
Mrs.
D.Indhumathy*
M.Sc.,M.Phil
Dr.P.Maheswari
Naik
Ph.D
Mrs. B. Vennila*
Assistant
Professor
(Sr.Grade)
Assistant
Professor
(Sr.Grade)
Assistant
Professor
(Sr.Grade)
Assistant
Professor
(Sr.Grade)
Fuzzy
Inventory
Model
Computation
al Fluid
Dynamics
Discrete
Maths
9 Yrs & 11
Months
-
12 Yrs & 6
Months
-
12 Yrs & 6
Months
-
Operator
Theory
8 Yrs & 9
Months
-
Assistant
Professor
(Sr.Grade)
Assistant
Professor
(Sr.Grade)
Graph
Theory
8 Yrs & 10
Months
-
Partial
Differential
Equations
7 Yrs & 10
Months
-
Assistant
Professor
(Sr.Grade)
Assistant
Professor
(Sr.Grade)
Assistant
Professor
(Sr.Grade)
Assistant
Professor
Operator
Theory
6 Yrs & 7
Months
-
Abstract
Control
Theory
Differential
Equations
6 Yrs & 4
Months
-
7 Yrs & 3
Months
-
Operator
Theory
3 Yrs
2
M.Sc.,M.Phil
Assistant
Professor
Operator
Theory
2 Yrs & 10
Months
-
Mrs. C. Shajitha
Begum
M.Sc.,M.Phil
Assistant
Professor
Operator
Theory
2 Yrs & 10
Months
-
Mr. N.
Vigneswar*
M.Sc.,M.Phil
Assistant
Professor
Fluid
Dynamics
1 Yr & 4
Months
-
Mrs. P.
Shanmugapriya
M.Sc.,M.Phil
Assistant
Professor
Optimization
Techniques
2 Yrs & 10
Months
-
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Dr.A.Rajeswari
Ph.D
Assistant
Professor
Graph
Theory
11 Yrs & 4
Months
-
*Pursuing Ph.D
8.
9.
Percentage of classes taken by temporary faculty – programme-wise
information
Nil
Programme-wise Student Teacher Ratio
Not Applicable
10.
Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff:
Sanctioned and filled - 1
11.
Number of faculty with ongoing projects from a) national b) international
funding agencies and c) Total grants received. Mention names of funding
agencies and grants received project-wise.
Nil
12.
Departmental projects funded by DST-FIST; DBT, ICSSR, etc.; total grants
received
Nil
13.
Research facility / centre with
o State recognition – By Anna University. Chennai-25
Lr.no.719/IR/Renewal/AR1 dated04.07.2014
14. Publications:
S. Name of the Faculty No. of
No
Papers
Published
H–
index
Citations
Cumulative
Impact
Report
Annexure I
Cumulative
SNIP
Annexure II
2011-2012
1
Dr. C. V. Seshaiah
3
3
21
-
-
2
Mrs. R. Santhi
2
-
-
2.072
-
3
Dr. P. Vasanthi
2
1
7
-
-
4
Dr. S. Ranganayaki
2
1
7
-
-
5
Dr. R. Kasthuri
2
1
7
-
-
2012-2013
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1
Dr. C. V. Seshaiah
3
-
-
0.2450
0.9450
2
Dr. A. Sekar
6
1
1
0.2450
0.9450
3
Mrs. R. Santhi
3
-
1
6.4279
0.424
4
Dr. P. Vasanthi
1
-
-
-
-
5
Dr. S. Ranganayaki
1
-
-
-
-
6
Dr. R. Kasthuri
1
-
-
-
-
7
Dr. P. Maheswari
Naik
8
-
4
7.9989
1.988
8
Mrs. B. Vennila
1
-
-
-
-
2013-2014
1
Dr. C. V. Seshaiah
7
3
20
-
2.500
2
Mrs. R. Santhi
2
-
1
0.673
0.705
3
Mrs. J. Jagadeeswari
1
-
-
-
-
4
Dr. P. Vasanthi
3
-
-
-
-
5
Dr. S