The visionaries of Sri Shanmugha College Of Engineering and Technology (SSCET) wanted to make the Institution versatile and unique capable of participating in the process of social transformation and hence they have been focusing on higher education, particularly technical education for all.
The education system conceived by SSCET by training students and instilling in them a quest for excellence and innovation with a resolute approach to productivity, global awareness and professional competence have made its indelible mark in the field of higher education.
Special education, higher education and technical education are thrust areas of the SSCET, which is committed to promote and propagate quality education on par with international standards. It is our earnest ambition to groom talents and turn them into best quality professionals with high intellectual capabilities and strong moral values.
The main motto of SSCET is to address to the cries of the deprived, who are in financial crisis. The association functions to remove poverty in the society. We immensely toil to eliminate the people’s financial crucial stages and mainly focus on empowering the illiterate society. So, we strive to make India a worthy place for all people in spite of caste, creed, race and religion to live with peace and harmony. We care for the need and express the fulfillment of life. Ultimately, we hope that this scheme will continue for the time in immemorial.
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The Motto of NSS “Not Me But You”, reflects the essence of democratic living and upholds the need for self-less service. NSS helps the students to develop appreciation to other person’s point of view and also show consideration to ‘other living beings. The philosophy of the NSS is well reflected in this motto, which underlines on the belief that the welfare of an individual is ultimately dependent on the welfare of the society therefore, the NSS volunteers shall strive for the well-being of the society.
The symbol of the National Service Scheme, as appearing on the cover page of this Manual is based on the ' Rath ' wheel of the Konark Sun Temple situated in Orissa. These giant wheels of the Sun Temple portray the cycle of creation, preservation and release, and signify the movement in life across time and space.
The design of the symbol, a simplified form of the Sun-chariot wheel primarily depicts movement. The wheel signifies the progressive cycle of life. It stands for continuity as well as change and implies the continuous striving of NSS for social transformation and upliftment.
NSS was formally launched on 24th September, 1969, the birth centenary year of the Father of the Nation. Therefore, 24th September is celebrated every year as NSS Day with appropriate programmes and activities.
Mr S Senthil Kumar AP/Maths
Every dream needs to be driven by passion to make it come true. Sports Club is
one such dream, formed by keeping sheer passion for the sports. It was conceived
by a group of people headed by Mr. D. Sathyakumar. The philosophy of the Sports
Club Program is to support the best elements of competition, instruction and
recreation by providing the opportunity for all the students to participate and
excel in team setting. The members of the club are exposed to various activities
which are competitive in nature, with an emphasis on participation, skill
development and student leadership.
Our SSCET sports club, an effort has been made to provide world class facilities and infrastructure for the promotion of sports and health. Ten acres of open ground is allotted for promoting outdoor sports like cricket, football, volleyball, basketball, lawn tennis etc. and it has facilities for indoor games like badminton, table tennis, chess, caroms, etc.
Ultimately, Sport Club enhances the collegiate and educational experiences of their members. The competitive aspect of the Club allows their members to compete against other intercollegiate sports teams, while the instructional aspect of Club offers the members a chance to enhance their skills in a sports activities.
The purpose of the Science Club is to promote interest, understanding and
knowledge of the scientific world. The area of emphasis shall include chemistry,
engineering, geology, mathematics, physics and much more.
The Science Club is started with the aim to invite many eminent scientists who would share their experience with the students and motivate them to gain scientific knowledge. Activities are designed primarily to introduce interesting/exciting science ideas, like motors, circuits, rockets, goofy putty, and squid. A secondary goal is to relate these ideas of science concepts in the classroom.
Science club creates an eagerness among students and gives practice to participate in the inter-collegiate science quiz contests, conferences and various science related competitions in order to bring out their hidden talents.
It also organizes events like science quiz, science related skits, paper presentation and lectures by experts on current and advanced topics on science.
This club is driven on the basis of – “Neither the technology nor the tools,
it’s only an innovative idea that rules”.
The club enables the students to aware of their inner potential, cultivate creativity and initiative by proactive academic activities and research. It promotes enthusiasm among the students by participation of an information and scientific-based knowledge community. Preparing students to adapt the challenges of an ever changing world of tomorrow.
The central meaning of innovation relates to renewal or improvement, with novelty being a consequence of this improvement. It is quite necessary for people to change the way they make decisions or make choices outside their norms. On a lower level, innovation can be seen as a change in the thought process for doing something or useful application of inventions or discoveries. It may refer to incremental, emergent or radical and revolutionary changes in thinking, products, processes or organizations.
We provide all sorts of technical assistance and support service to students for developing new concepts, products and thereby ensure that innovation is a part of quality education.
Engineering education lacks practical orientation knowledge because of the absence of opportunities to develop new products during the course. If this can be solved in the campus, the transformation of a student into a professional will be explosive.
Developing communication skills within the team can be done easily by
inculcating some basic manners, professional etiquette and keeping an open mind.
It is expected that every member of a team understands and shares relevant information related to a project. It is also important that they have a clear picture of their roles and responsibilities with respect to the project and deliver accordingly. All this is possible only when a team develops and practices effective communication skills.
Realizing the importance of the above club, SSCET has taken an honest step to form a CSDC with the involvement of the student and staff.
A Fitness club( commonly referred to as a gym)is a place which houses exercise
equipment for the purpose of Physical Exercise.
Main workout area
Most health clubs have a main workout area, which primarily consists of free weights including dumbbells, barbells and exercise machines. This area often includes mirrors so that exercisers can monitor and maintain correct postures during their workout.
The objective of the club is to promote Mathematical Knowledge which is
applicable to Engineering and Technology among students. The Maths club members
celebrated the year 2000 as the world Mathematics year.
Maths club is formed to enrich the quantitative aptitude of the students. Eminent professors are invited to deliver guest lectures at regular intervals.
It is an integral part of the study of engineering regardless of which branch of engineering is chosen.
The objective of the club is to impart quality education to students and motivate them to apply the various mathematical techniques in their respective fields.
From its very inception, the club has encouraged a view of learning in which students are given an opportunity to participate actively in discussions.
Orators club helps youth to build up self-confidence
The orators program is important because it is critical for young people to learn to express themselves clearly and precisely. This program increases self-confidence and keeps from fading into the background. The youngsters are learning life skills as well as how to present themselves in business situations. Winning first place not only celebrates a level of accomplished excellence, Orators club is to develop public speaking skills, confidence and the unique talents of the participating youths. There will be a competition involving orators speaking for not less than five minutes and not more than 10 minutes. The participants were judged on eye contact, voice projection, diction, knowledge of the piece and expression. Rather than sitting back and letting others lead, we can lead and take charge.
The Photography Club enables to inculcate photographic talent among the
interested individuals. The mission of the club is to serve the members to
develop the photographic skills through education, exhibitions of photographic
accomplishments, competitions, friendship with others who share a love of
photography and to share the talents with individuals and organizations in our
An air conditioned dark room, two Cameras Yashica FX3 super 2000 & Nikon FM2
with normal zoom lenses and wide angle lens, close up lens set, filters., KODAK
DLR Camera, METZ flash, camera stand, etc., are available.
The club gives training for the students in handling cameras, developing,
printing and enlarging of B/W films.
The club library provides various books on Photography for the students.
The club conducts Exhibition, Photo Contests, Video classes and Quiz
competitions on Photography for students.
Photographs and Video Coverage of College functions are taken by the club.
Color Transparencies for teaching, paper presentation, projects and publication
purposes are also prepared by the club.
The club takes up the job of providing Identity Cards for students and faculty.
Life at SSCET campus is filled with all sorts of self-enriching activities that
fulfill the expectations of its students in all spheres of life, including Arts
& Culture, Sports & Fitness, Social Service, Technology, Networking, etc. A
number of clubs, societies and other organizations provide a wide range of
activities outside the curriculum to satisfy the needs of intellectual pleasure.
The Music club is a vibrant and elite society of musically gifted students who come together and create fascinating melodies. The purpose of the club is to showcase the musical talent of maximum number of students and it has upheld this tradition over the years.
The club encourages young musicians to interact with each other and give them an appropriate jam pad. It enables students to utilize the free time productively and do something what the music enthusiasts are passionate about. The club recognizes exceptional talent and promotes it in the right direction. The students in the executive body arrange practice sessions for intra as well as inter collegiate events. Workshops and semester long classes are held for those who are interested in learning music. Thus, if a student wants to excel in the field of music, the club does its best to help achieve the goal.
Symphony of the Soul is the only recluse for mankind. And it is in the achieving of this salvation that the Music Club of Sri Shanmugha College of Engineering and Technology was formed. The Music Club has no dearth of instruments and constantly nurturing new talents. Membership is restricted to the students only.
Reading Club was initiated on 30/8/16 exclusively for first year Tamil, Kannada, Telugu and Hindi Medium Students in the library. Reading Club is a network of Students’ readers run in the college library to encourage reading for pleasure. The prime motive of this reading club initiation was to promote the importance of English among the students in the college. The students were grouped into teams and asked to select books on their own interest. They were asked to create a wall dictionary in their classrooms with the unfamiliar words they come across. They were asked to notate the important points and indulge in a short discussion for every week when they meet in the library. When they complete reading their chosen books they were asked to meet and share their pleasure of reading.
Training and Placement
Toastmasters International is a non-profit educational organization that teaches
public speaking and leadership skills through a worldwide network of meeting
locations. Headquartered in Rancho Santa Margarita, California. Toastmasters
International has helped people of all backgrounds become more confident in
front of an audience. There are no fees to be paid by the participants. The
programme is to cater the developing needs of the young speakers
Every young person has the potential to become a good communicators and leader, but this potential needs to be developed. The programme’s unique eight-session, workshop-style design enables participants to develop this potential through practical experience.
The Youth Leadership Program is a workshop consisting of eight one- to two-hour sessions that enable participants to develop communication and leadership skills through practical experience. The program is presented during or after school, or on weekends. Participants learn to:
Each Youth Leadership Program group is limited to 25 people. Participants are
selected by the sponsoring Toastmasters club or by a cooperating organization.
A local Toastmasters club serves as sponsor and provides a coordinator to present the program. The individual coordinator attends each meeting, where he or she will lead most of the presentations and counsel participants. The coordinator assigns an assistant who can fill in for the coordinator should he or she be unable to attend a meeting. Meetings generally follow a format similar to that of a Toastmasters club meeting, including an announced agenda, practice in parliamentary procedure, and the selection of presiding officers.
The Red Cross, established in 1863 in Geneva, by Jean Henry Dunant, is an International
Organisation meant for humanitarian services. Its headquarers is in Geneva, Switzerland
with many affiliated National Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies. It is a
non-religious, non-political and non sectarian International body. Regardless of either
frontiers or race, the Red Cross remains a voluntary organisation and also an
independent one having considerable welfare activities to its credit.
The seven fundamental principles of the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement are
Red Cross Society functions with the prominant aim of serving people who are in distress without any consideration of caste, religion, language and nationality. The Indian Red Cross Society serves as an ancillary to the State authorities engaged in social welfare activities accepting the rules and regulations of the State but at the same time maintaining its autonomy so that it can act always in accordance with the fundamental principles. YRC in Anna University was established in the academic year 2002-03 as per the orders of the Government of Tamil Nadu. It is one of the avenues among NCC, NSS and NSO available for the students to be pursued under Personality and Character Development Programme. The YRC is the most important constituent of its mother organisation, Indian Red Cross. It is a student movement organised for students in Colleges and Technical Institutions. The objectives of the YRC is to impart a sense of discipline and formation of character to the students. In this University, the students are moulded not only to be innovators, explorers, scientists etc., but also to be the best engineers with social consciousness . This has been possible, because of the training imparted to them in the first year of their discipline, character building, personality development etc. along with academic input. Activities like Blood Donation Camp, Road Safety Campaign, Visit to Ashrams & Government Institute for Mentally Retarded, Tree Plantation, Campus Cleaning, AIDS Awareness Programme & Rally, participation in the Cancer Rally and Tobacco Control Measures were some of the important activities of work carried out by the Students of the University Departments. Mr. Jeevanantham AP/Chemistry coordinates the activities of the Youth Red Cross. Membership is open to both undergraduates and post graduates. About a hundred undergraduates serve as volunteers. The YRC of the College functions under the Coordinator for YRC. Faculty Incharge Mr.S.Senthil Kumar
To enhance our student’s Communication skills to meet the corporate needs.
The cell has qualified faculty members to train students on personality development and
soft skills. These training sessions emphasize a personalized approach where every
student is counseled and groomed individually. Work ethic, attitude, communication
skills, emotional intelligence and a whole host of other personal attributes are crucial
for successful career and life. These are what our learning and development cell seeks
to foster in our students.
Students are encouraged to develop personal accountability, a collaborative and inclusive approach, interpersonal skills, adaptability and flexibility, clarity of communication and creative thinking through an intensive training and mentoring program.
To make the student to realize the prominence of higher studies and train them in their
area of interest.
In Higher Education cell, students’ interest and potential will be identified by HEC
Team which is formed by field specialists with the help of counselors.
Accordingly he/she will be guided with their goals for their Higher Education.
Guide them the views and benefits on CAT, MAT, GATE, GMAT, and SAT.
Career Planning and Decision Making are the most crucial aspects of an individual’s life. It is an important factor that will have a lasting effect on both individual and the community. Human being’s desire is not only getting a job, but also to progress in his/her career.
Thus we help each student in realizing his/her ultimate dream by making career decision in a rational manner and in becoming self-sufficient and self-reliant responsible citizens.
The Educational institutions play a significant role in the economic development of a
country and they produce the right type of human resources needed by different sectors
of the economy. The technical and non- technical higher learning institutions presume
greater importance in this context which produces the technical manpower needed for the
industry. It is necessary to establish the appropriate links between the institution and
the industry in order to make maximum use of facilities, expertise and innovation for
the benefit of the economy development. Today ED Cell is one of the platforms to
interact and link the Industries and educational institutions, with a view to train the
people within college to produce entrepreneurs.
The main objectives of our ED Cell are:
Through our ED Cell, it is proposed to provide a three dimensional activities for our students like programs, assistance and competitions:
|2||Mr. S. Prabahar||Vice Chairman, SSCET|
|4||Dr. G.Kavitha||Principal, SSCET|
|1||Prof P. Ramalingam||HoD/Civil|
Sri Shanmugha College of Engineering of Technology established a Women Empowerment Cell in 2013 to empower women and help them in all walks of life. With a view to taking up women’s issues and problems, the cell aims at creating awareness of their rights and duties. It also provides a platform for women to share their experiences and views regarding their status in the society and to suggest ways to improve and empower themselves. Aiming at intellectual and social upliftment of the female students, the cell stands for facilitating women’s empowerment through guest lectures, seminars, awareness programmes and other welfare activities.
To create awareness of the Women’s Right and to empower Women