OVERVIEW

The Institution takes several measures and construct an eco-systems to promote innovations among students and faculty community.

The institution is a part of MHRD – IIC council and also certified. Under this council, faculty members from each department were deputed to initiate various activities under Innovation, IPR, Entrepreneur and startup’s. Every year the institution is promoting students to participate in national level competitions such as Smart India Hackathon which is a nationwide initiative to provide students a platform to solve some of the present problems and this will inculcate a culture of product innovation and a mindset of problem-solving. The details of MHRD IIC committee constituted to promote Innovation within campus as recommended by MHRD IIC.

S.No Name of the Faculty Designation Position Responsibility
1 Dr.R.Radhakrishnan Principal President Overall
2 Dr.S.Markandeyan HOD/CSE Vice Preident Innovation
3 Mr.Mohan Kandasamy HOD/CIVIL Member IPR
4 Mr.R.Boopathi AP/MECH Member Entrepreneurship
5 Mr. U. Muthaiah AP/CSE Member Design Thinking

To inculcate the spirit and culture of Innovation amongst faculty and students, the council members were promoted to take part in activities associated with Innovation, Entrepreneurship, IPR and design thinking and they will deliberate it among students community.

The institute consistently promote companies to establish incubation centers. Students were promoted to take part-time internships in this companies in which they learn new technologies. The following are some of the companies established within campus in which students are permitted to participate for employment, internship and design work.

S.No. Name of the Company Name of the Innovative laboratory Year of Establishment
1 Effitrac ERP Development 2018
2 E2  Info System Web page Development Lab 2018
3 Hatlet System Mobile Computing 2018
4 K Teq Solutions Embedded Lab 2017
5 Greefi Technology Advanced Computing 2016

The college established special labs and populate hardware and software tools in which it aid students to train on latest technologies and they use them to materialize innovative ideas. Few of the lab establishment is given in below table.

S.No. Name of the Special Lab Department
1 TI Embedded Lab ECE
2 PCB Design ECE
3 CNC Milling and Turning MECH
4 Bio Energy Lab MECH

Also, the management support students on commercial aspects to develop innovative products and display it in national level technical competitions…

The College has a IEDC Cell promoted by Entrepreneurship Development and Innovation Institute, an autonomous society of Government of Tamilnadu. This cell helps students to interact with industry to ascertain its needs to fill the gap in curriculum. The gap is filled by arranging workshops addressed by industry personals. Industry institution relationship works in the following areas: Industrial visits for students and faculties. Field and site visits of students. Consultancy and sponsored projects. Faculty members regularly interact with the industry to understand functional challenges through applied research or student projects. Expert lectures by industry personals for students. Conducting joint technical programs & events with industry.  The Entrepreneurship cell of our Institution is headed by Dr.Kumar, AP/S&H department and every department EDC coordinators will assist to conduct several  programs.

LIST OF MOU’s

The Institution consistently have memorandum of understanding with various leading industries for various activities such Internship, In plant training, Consultancy services, Placement and Industrial visits and so on. Following are the list of companies have signed MoU’s.

S.No. Industries/Organizations
1 KRISH PRECISIONS,TIRUCHENGODE
2 PANTECH PROED PVT LTD,COIMBATORE
3 K-TEQ SOLUTIONS,CHENNAI
4 PRD RIGS INDIA PVT LTD,TIRUCHENGODE
5 SONY RIGS & HYDRAULIC PVT LTD,TIRUCHENGODE
6 VLAND’S BEST HUB,COIMBATORE
7 GREEFI TECHNOLOGIES,TIRUCHENGODE
8 HATLET TECHNOLOGIES,TIRUPUR
9 ADVANCED TOOLING & PLASTIC PRODUCTS DEVELOPMENT CENTER-CIPET, MADURAI
10 3W TECHNOLOGIES PVT LTD,COIMBATORE
11 CADD CENTER,TIRUCHENGODE
12 IRRIGATION MANAGEMENT AND TRAINING INSTITUTE,TRICHY
13 SKILL MATRIX,CHENNAI
14 NIIT,SALEM
15 VEEFETCH TECHNOLOGIES,TIRUCHENGODE
16 B-SQUARE IT SOLUTIONS,CHENNAI
17 MOLD MASTERS TECHNOLOGIES PVT LTD, COIMBATORE
18 SRI SHANMUGHA ENGINEERING WORKS, TIRUCHENGODE
19 DMW CNC SOLUTIONS INDIA PRIVATE LTD, ERODE
20 KL SOLAR COMPANY PVT LTD,COIMBATORE
21 C-CUBE TECHNOLOGIES,ERODE
22 ACCEL IT ACADEMY,CHENNAI
23 INSPIRATE TECHNOLOGY PVT LTD,CHENNAI

Funds received from Government and Non-Government Agencies

Name of the Project/ Endowments, Chairs Name of the Principal Investigator/Co-investivator Department of Principal Investigator Year of Award Amount Sanctioned Duration of the project Name of the Funding Agency Type  (Government/non-Government)
AICTE-STTP Coordinator: Dr.R.Radhakrishnan ECE 2019-20 296333 6 Months AICTE Government
Co-coordinator
Dr.M.Kannan
MODROB Coordinator: Dr.R.Radhakrishnan ECE 2019-20 527957 2  Years AICTE Government
Co-coordinator
Dr.M.Kannan
PCB Design for Microchip Embedded Development Boards for PIC18 Series with hardware/software codesign. Dr.M.Kannan ECE 2019-20 52000 3 Months Chip Crafts, Coimbatore Non-Government
&
Ms.M.Dhivya
Design and Development of Embedded Hardware and Software for POS Machine. Dr.M.Kannan ECE 2019-20 60000 6 Months Clancor Technovates India Pvt. Ltd., Coimbatore Non-Government
&
Ms.M.Dhivya
4 – 20 mA Multichannel Current Sensors Integrations for Monitoring and control of of air compressor used for Energy Generation with IoT Facility. Dr.M.Kannan ECE 2019-20 56000 4 Months Spectrum Embedded Solutions, Coimbatore Non-Government
&
Mrs.G.Esaiyarasi
Performance analysis of diesel engine R.Boopathi MECH 2018-19 0.075 6 Months TNSCST Government
by using plastic oil as an alternative
fuel
Iyanthiran 2.0 Tri-bicycle Development Nivash MECH 2017 – 18 0.316 3 Motnhs Sri Shabmugha College of Engineering and Technology Non-Government
CMOS Mixed Signal and Radio Frequency VLSI Design Workshop U.Muthaiah CSE 2016 – 17 0.83005 Two Week IIT Bombay Government
Term Nut – 03 & 12 L.Prabhu MECH 2016 – 17 0.94349 Six Months Mold Master Pvt. Ltd. Non-Government
Structural Engineering K.Srinivasan Civil 2015-16 0.7374 One Week IIT KHARAGPUR Government
Environmental Studies M.Mohan CHEMISTRY 2015-16 1.1804 Two Weeks IIT Bombay Government
Design of Algorithms K.Gowsic CSE 2014-15 0.9383 One Week IIT KHARAGPUR Government
CYBER SECURITY Karthikeyan CSE 2014-15 1.1986 Two Weeks IIT Bombay Government
Computer Networking U.Muthaiah CSE 2014-15 0.8046 One Week IIT Bombay Government
Computer  Programming U.Muthaiah CSE 2014-15 0.8135 One Month IIT Bombay Government
Term Nut – 03 & 12 L.Prabhu MECH 2014 – 15 2.15325 On Year Mold Master Pvt. Ltd.  Non-Government

LIST OF PUBLICATIONS

Title of paper Name of the author/s Name of journal
On Square Binormal and Square n Binormal Operators K.Meenambika International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineeering
Structural, electrical and magnetic properties of large ionic size Sr2+ ions substituted Mg-Ferrite nanoparticle Dr.K.Kumar Materials Chemistry and Physics, ELSEVIER
Free convection of nanoliquids in an enclosure with sinusoidal heating Dr.T.Aasaithambi IOP Conf. Series: Materials Science and Engineering
Free convective flow of nanoliquids in a partitioned cavity with linearly heating Dr.T.Aasaithambi IOP Conf. Series: Journal of Physics
Influence of density inversion and sinusoidal heating on dual diffusive convection in a water saturated square porous box Dr.K.Janagi IOP Conference Series:Journal of physics
Skew binormal operators Acting On Hilbert Space K.Meenambika IOP Conference Series:Journal of physics
Free convection of water near its density maxiumum in a heat generating porous cavity with sinusoidal heating Dr.K.Janagi IOP Conference Series:Materials Science and Engineeering
Skew normal operators Acting On Hilbert Space K.Meenambika International Journal of statistics and Applied Mathematics
Structural Properties and Lumninescence Characteristics Of Eu3+Doped Lithium Triborate (Lib305)Phosphors Dr.K.Boobalan Journal Of Nanoscience And Nanotechnology
Experimental study on the anti-wear and anti-corrosive properties of the water-soluble metalworking fluid dispersed with copper and aluminium oxide nanoparticles L.Prabu Materials Research Express
Influence of Ag nanoparticle for the anti-wear characteristics on mineral oil based Nano-cutting-fluid L.Prabu Tribology in Industry
Effect of salt water by partial replacement of ggbs, rha and m-sand in concrete R. Boopathi Indian Journal of Scientific Research
Effect of Salt Water by Partial Repalcement of GGBS, RHA and M-sand in concrete K.Mohan International Journal forScientific Research
Improved network lifetime to identify unexploited PATH using series cornerstone PATH algorithm in wireless sensor networks Dr.R.Radhakrishnan Peer-to-Peer Networking and Applications
Enhanced connectivity for nodes to measure coverage range using anchor node–based PATH monitoring algorithm in WSN Dr.R.Radhakrishnan Transactions on emerging telecommunications technologies
Predictive analytics tiling methodology based data mining on farming crops in tamilnadu U.Muthaiah International journal of science and research
Survey on detecting movements of a target using face tracking inwireless sensor network S.Kiruthika International Journal of ModernTrends in Engineering and Science
Fluid Flow Analysis in modified design of boiler tubes using CFD K.Mohan International Journal forScientific Research
The structural,electrical and magnetic properties of content dependent Mg-Sr nanoferrite for electromagnetic induction Dr.K.Kumar Elsevier
Chitosan capped nanoscale Fe-MIL-88B-NH2 metal-organic framework as drug carrier material for the pH responsive delivery of doxorubicin Dr.P.Sivakumar IOP (Materials Research Express)
Chitosan capped nanoscale Fe-MIL-88B-NH2 metal-organic framework as drug carrier material for the pH responsive delivery of doxorubicin Dr.K.B.Nagashanmugham IOP (Materials Research Express)
Chitosan capped nanoscale Fe-MIL-88B-NH2 metal-organic framework as drug carrier material for the pH responsive delivery of doxorubicin Dr.K.Kumar IOP (Materials Research Express)
Chitosan capped nanoscale Fe-MIL-88B-NH2 metal-organic framework as drug carrier material for the pH responsive delivery of doxorubicin S.Priyatharshini IOP (Materials Research Express)
Induction Motor Driven Water Pump Fed By Solar Photovoltaic Array Using Boost Converter A.Imtiyas Indian Journal of Mechanical Engineering & Technology
Induction Motor Driven Water Pump Fed By Solar Photovoltaic Array Using Boost Converter P.Sathishkumar Indian Journal of Mechanical Engineering & Technology
Air Quality Monitoring using Nano Sensors and Real Time Analysis B.Suganya Indian Journal of Scientific Research
A Novel Implementation of Switching Reduction in Single Phase to Three Phase Converter A.Imthiyas Indian Journal of Advance Research in Science and Engineering
Design and Analysis of Low Power Double Tail Comparator for 2-bit Fast ADC A.Anitha Indian Journal of Computer Science and Information Security
Design and Analysis of Low Power Double Tail Comparator for 2-bit Fast ADC M.Balaji Indian Journal of Computer Science and Information Security
Autonomous Networking Robots through Wireless Ad-Hoc Communication for emergency Scenarios T. Yamunadevi Indian Journal of Scientific Research
Segmentation of colon and removal of opacified fluid for virtual colonoscopy Dr.R.Radhakrishnan Pattern Analysis and Applications
An Efficient Perceptual of CBIR System using
MIL-SVM Classification and SURF Feature
Extraction
Dr.R.Radhakrishnan The International Arab Journal of Information Technology
Design and implementation of a reconfigurable finite impulse response filter for adaptive systems Dr.R.Radhakrishnan  International Journal of Computational Systems Engineering
Hybrid algorithm based on genetic algorithm and PSO for task scheduling in cloud computing environment Dr.R.Radhakrishnan  International Journal of Networking and Virtual Organisations
User’s priority focused resource provisioning over cloud computing infrastructure Dr.R.Radhakrishnan  International Journal of Grid and Utility Computing
Enhancing the production through SMED methodology D.Kumaravel International Journal of
Engineering &
Technology (UAE)
Design and Fabrication of Magnetic Fan E. Arunkumar International Journal for Scientific Research & Development
Design and Fabrication of Shock Absorbing Bumper to Reduce Impact during Road Accident M.Goudilyan International research journal of automotive technology
Design and Analysis of Bus Body Right Side Frame V.Nivash International research journal of automotive technology
Aluminium hybrid composites application in automotive industry V.Nivash International research journal of automotive technology
Design and Fabrication of Movable Headlight System in Automotive Vehicles V.Nivash International research journal of automotive technology
Intention of Automatic Hydraulic Bumper and Braking System for Four-Wheeler V.Nivash International research journal of automotive technology
Design and Flow Analysis over Airfoil with Hexagonal Dimples and its Effects by ANSYS (Fluent) Software V.Nivash International Journal for Scientific Research & Development
Automated Shaft Bending Machine V.Nivash International Journal for Scientific Research & Development
Investigation of Aluminium Based Composite
Material Using Fly Ash
D.Kumaravel International Journal of Engineering Research in Mechanical and Civil Engineering
Performance analysis of multi pass serpentine flow channel of
pemfc
L.Prabu Indian Journal of Scientific Research
Optimization of Weld Quality of SS410 in TIG Welding D.Kumaravel International Journal of Engineering Research in Mechanical and Civil Engineering
Optimization of Weld Quality of SS410 in TIG Welding E. Arunkumar International Journal of Engineering Research in Mechanical and Civil Engineering
A hardness survey on AA 6063 over MS 1020 by friction surfacing M.Goudilyan International Journal of Engineering and management Research
A hardness survey on AA 6063 over MS 1020 by friction surfacing E.Arunkumar International Journal of Engineering and management Research
Study of Nanotechnology as a construction constituents in the field of Civil Engienering and its Applications P.Thangamuthu International Journal for Scientific Research and Developement
Study of Nanotechnology as a construction constituents in the field of Civil Engineering and its Applications S.Dharanidharan International Journal for Scientific Research and Developement
Study of Nanotechnology as a construction constituents in the field of Civil Engineering and its Applications A.Murugananth International Journal for Scientific Research and Developement
An Experimental Study on Flexural Behavior of Self compacting concrewte using Partial Replacement of cement with Steel fiber P.Sethupathi Indian Journal of Scientific Research
An Experimental Study on Partial Replacement of Coarse Aggregate and cement by rubber tyre and Silica Fume S.Chitra International Journal for Scientific Research and Developement
An Experimental Study on Partial Replacement of Coarse Aggregate and cement by rubber tyre and Silica Fume R.Deepavani International Journal for Scientific Research and Developement
An enhanced method for extending computation and resources by minimizing service delay in edge cloud computing Dr.G.Kavitha International Journal of Engineering Science and Research Technology
An enhanced method for extending computation and resources by minimizing service delay in edge cloud computing M.Agalya International Journal of Engineering Science and Research Technology
Predicting Yield of the Crop using Machine Learning Algorithm M.Balamurugan International Journal of Engineering Science and Research Technology
Predicting Yield of the Crop using Machine Learning Algorithm U.Muthaiah International Journal of Engineering Science and Research Technology
T-Tracking Algorithm for Data Tracking in Wireless Sensor Network S.Kriuthika International Journal of Engineering Science and Research Technology
Network Capacity Based Geographical QOS Routing for Multimedia Streams Over Manet S.Kriuthika International Journal of Engineering Science and Research Technology
T-Tracking Algorithm for Data Tracking in Wireless Sensor Network P.Keerthana International Journal of Engineering Science and Research Technology
Safety Management for Women Through Automatic GPS Location Tracker P.Keerthana International Journal of Engineering Science and Research Technology
Naylor’s Treatment Of Motherhood In Her Novels M. Leelamaheswari IJELR
Emission Analysis in VCR Engine Fuelled with Karanja Oil Using Ethanol as an Additive M.Goudilyan International Journal for Scientific Research & Development
Emission Analysis in VCR Engine Fuelled with Karanja Oil Using Ethanol as an Additive E.Arunkumar International Journal for Scientific Research & Development
Emission Analysis in VCR Engine Fuelled with Karanja Oil Using Ethanol as an Additive N.Navaneethakrishnan International Journal for Scientific Research & Development
Performance characteristics of karanja oil in VCR engine with methanol at two different compression ratio M.Goudilyan International Journal of Innovative Research in
Science, Engineering and Technology
Experimental investigation on spot welded joint under fatigue loading M.Kandasamy International Journal for Science and Advance Research In Technology
Experimental investigation on spot welded joint under fatigue loading S.Venkatraman International Journal for Science and Advance Research In Technology
Experimental investigation on spot welded joint under fatigue loading S.Sharmila International Journal for Science and Advance Research In TechnologyInternational Journal for Science and Advance Research In Technology
Corrosion studies of weldment on AA 5083 in GTAW process M.Goudilyan International Research Journal of
Engineering and Technology
Corrosion studies of weldment on AA 5083 in GTAW process N.Navaneethakrishnan International Research Journal of
Engineering and Technology
A hardness survey on AA 6063 over MS 1020 by friction surfacing M.Goudilyan International Journal of Engineering and management Research
A hardness survey on AA 6063 over MS 1020 by friction surfacing E.Arunkumar International Journal of Engineering and management Research
A hardness survey on AA 6063 over MS 1020 by friction surfacing N.Navaneethakrishnan International Journal of Engineering and management Research
Implementation Of VLSI Based Architecture For Kaiser-Bessel Window Using Mantissa In Spectral Analysis C.E.Thenmozhi International Journal of Recent Trends in Engineering and Research
Implementation Of VLSI Based Architecture For Kaiser-Bessel Window Using Mantissa In Spectral Analysis B.Suganya International Journal of Recent Trends in Engineering and Research
Implementation Of VLSI Based Architecture For Kaiser-Bessel Window Using Mantissa In Spectral Analysis T. Yamunadevi International Journal of Recent Trends in Engineering and Research
Improved Cuckoo Search Optimization Based Energy-Delay Aware Routing Algorithm in MANET for Rescue and Emergency Applications Dr.R.Radhakrishnan International Journal of Control Theory and Applications
K-Level with Buddy Memory Allocation (BMA) Approach for Parallel Workload Scheduling Dr.R.Radhakrishnan Wireless Personal Communications volume
Clustering Based User Preference Resource Scheduling in Cloud Computing Dr.R.Radhakrishnan International Conference on Smart Trends for Information Technology and Computer Communications
Bidding application in Amazon web services for the sales of agricultural products Dr.R.Radhakrishnan International Conference on Recent Trends in Information Technology (ICRTIT)
Optimal Scheduling using Multi-Objective Artificial Bee Colony based Intuitionistic Fuzzy Possibilistic C Means Clustering over Mobile Ad Hoc Networks Dr.R.Radhakrishnan Asian Journal of Research in Social Sciences and Humanities
Particle Swarm Optimization (PSO) based Scheduling and Dynamic Channel Allocation for Modified Fuzzy Possibility C Means (MFPCM) based MANET Dr.R.Radhakrishnan Transylvanian Review
FPGA Implementation of Area-Efficient IEEE 754 Complex Divide Dr.R.Radhakrishnan Procedia Technology
An Experimental investigation on use of copper slag and Fiber in concrete P.Ramalingam International Journal for Scientific Research and Developement
An experimental Study on partial replacement of cement by ceramic waste in cement mortar P.Ramalingam International Journal for Scientific Research and Developement
Numerical Analysis on cold formed steel latticed built up I beam under single point loading condition S.Chitra International Journal for Scientific Research and Developement
An Experimental study on concrete with partial replacement of GGBS and Ceramic Waste P.Ramalingam International Journal for Scientific Research and Developement
An experimental Study on Properties of Hybrid Fiber Reinforced Concrete S.Dharanidharan International Journal for Scientific Research and Development
Numerical Analysis on cold formed steel latticed built up I beam under single point loading condition R.Deepavani International Journal for Scientific Research and Development
Influence of Agro Waste on Vermi Composting and its impact over growth and reproduction of selected earthworms in Puducherry, India Dr.M.Pradheeps International Journal opf Recycling of organic waste in Agriculture
Numerical Analysis on cold formed steel latticed built up I beam under single point loading condition B.Dhilipkumar International Journal for Scientific Research and Development
Flexural Behavior of ferro Cement composite slab S.Dharanidharan International Journal of Engineering Science and Research Technology
Distortion-Resistant Routing Framework for Video Traffic inWireless Network Dr.G.Kavitha International Journal of Engineering And Computer science
UCDA:An Underwater Image Restoration Using RGB Color Dependability Algorithm Dr.G.Kavitha International Journal of Engineering And Computer science
Fuzzy Based Unsupervised Change Detection Using Grap Based Digital Surface Model Dr.G.Kavitha International Journal of Engineering And Computer science
Distortion-Resistant Routing Framework for Video Traffic inWireless Network S.Gayathri International Journal of Engineering And Computer science
Distortion-Resistant Routing Framework for Video Traffic inWireless Network K.S.Murugaraja International Journal of Engineering And Computer science
Distortion-Resistant Routing Framework for Video Traffic inWireless Network M.Agalya International Journal of Engineering And Computer science
Zagreb indices and Zagreb coindices of some graph operations K. Kiruthika International Journal of Advanced Research in Engineering and Technology (IJARET)
Impact of Western culture on the characters of Wole Soyinka M. Leelamaheswari Research Inspiration
Implementation Of VLSI Based Architecture For Kaiser-Bessel Window Using Mantissa In Spectral Analysis T. Yamunadevi International Journal of Recent Trends in Engineering and Research
Low Power Baugh-Wooley Multiplier
using SQRT CSLA
R.Srivel SSRG International Journal of Computer Science and Engineering
Low Power Baugh-Wooley Multiplier
using SQRT CSLA
R.Srivel SSRG International Journal of Computer Science and Engineering
Alleviation of Voltage dip in High Voltage
Transmission Line using DVR with EZSI
P. Dhivya International Journal of Recent
Trends in Engineering
and Research
Safe Riding with Alcohol Sensing Helmet C.E.Thenmozhi SSRG International Journal of Computer Science and Engineering
Leakage Reduction
And Stability Improvement Techniques of 10t SRAM Cells: A Survey
R. Srivel International Journal of Recent Trends in Engineering and Research
Leakage Reduction
And Stability Improvement Techniques of 10t SRAM Cells: A Survey
S. Durairaj International Journal of Recent Trends in Engineering and Research
Leakage Reduction
And Stability Improvement Techniques of 10t SRAM Cells: A Survey
P.Dhivya International Journal of Recent Trends in Engineering and Research
Alleviation of Voltage dip in High Voltage
Transmission Line using DVR with EZSI
C. E.Thenmozhi International Journal of Recent
Trends in Engineering
and Research
Alleviation of Voltage dip in High Voltage
Transmission Line using DVR with EZSI
Ms.P. Dhivya International Journal of Recent
Trends in Engineering
and Research
Alleviation of Voltage dip in High Voltage
Transmission Line using DVR with EZSI
T. Yamunadevi International Journal of Recent
Trends in Engineering
and Research
A novel approach for energy efficient
Reliable routing using tabu in Wireless ad hoc networks
A.Sivanantham International Journal of Emerging Technology in Computer Science and Electronics
Low Area Wallace Multiplier Using Energy Efficient CMOS Adder circuitry R.B.Dravidapriyaa International
Journal of Scientific
Progress and
Research
A novel approach for energy efficient
Reliable routing using tabu in Wireless ad hoc networks
K.Gowsic International Journal of Emerging Technology in Computer Science and Electronics
Low Area Wallace Multiplier Using Energy Efficient CMOS Adder circuitry A.Sivanantham International
Journal of Scientific
Progress and
Research
Human Semantic Web for Business Process Customization P.Pragadeshkumar International Journal of Emerging Technology in Computer Science and Electronics
Trust Based Fuzzy Aided ACO for Optimal Routing with Security in MANET Dr.R.Radhakrishnan Asian Journal of Research in Social Sciences and Humanities
An effective compression based secure authentication protocol for WSN Dr.R.Radhakrishnan International Journal of Applied Engineering Research
A resource allocation strategy in cloud using Roulette Wheel Selection method Dr.R.Radhakrishnan International Conference on Green Computing and Internet of Things (ICGCIoT)
FPGA Synthesis of Reconfigurable Modules for FIR Filter Dr.R.Radhakrishnan International Journal of Reconfigurable and Embedded Systems
Dynamic resource allocation in cloud using bin-packing technique Dr.R.Radhakrishnan International Conference on Advanced Computing and Communication Systems
Human Semantic Web for Business Process Customization P.Kamesh kumar International Journal of Emerging Technology in CSE
An Experimental Study on Mechanical Properties of jute fiber Reinforced Concrete Beams K.Mohan International journal of emerging technology in Computer Science and Electronics
An Experimental Study on Mechanical Properties of jute fiber Reinforced Concrete Beams G.Jayaraman International journal of emerging technology in Computer Science and Electronics
An Experimental Study on Mechanical Properties of jute fiber Reinforced Concrete Beams P.Shanmugam International journal of emerging technology in Computer Science and Electronics
An Experimental Study on High Performance concrete by potimum replacement level of cement with nano silica and silica fumes K.Mohan International journal of emerging technology in Computer Science and Electronic
Experimental Study on the Flexural Behavior of E-waste plastics in concrete S.Dharanidharan International Journal of Engineering Science and Research Technology
Experimental Study on the Flexural Behavior of E-waste plastics in concrete N.Srivithya International Journal of Engineering Science and Research Technology
Experimental Study on the Flexural Behavior of E-waste plastics in concrete N.Meena International Journal of Engineering Science and Research Technology
Synthesis and characterization of ni – tib2 composite coatings on steel by pulse electro deposition R. Boopathi International journal of emerging technology in computer science & engineering
Performance analysis of single cylinder four stroke diesel engine with oxygen enrichment and alternate fuel (neem oil) R. Boopathi International journal of emerging technology in computer science & engineering
Improved the travelling distance of satellite by replacing hydrazine thruster into magnetic thruster R. Boopathi International journal of emerging technology in computer science & engineering
Development of brake pad using orange peel reinforcement polymer composite J.Samcharles
devaprasad
Global journal of Advanced Engineering Technologies and Science
Effect Of Shielding Gas On Titanium CP (GR) By Using Gas Tungsten Arc Welding A.Vinoth International Journal of Engineering Research and Technology
Effect Of Shielding Gas On Titanium CP (GR) By Using Gas Tungsten Arc Welding L.Prabu International Journal of Engineering Research and Technology
Experimental investigation on mechanical properties of hybrid and rice husk fiber reinforced polyester based composite for truck body application L.Prabu International Journal of Innovative Technology and Research
Experimental investigation on mechanical properties of hybrid and rice husk fiber reinforced polyester based composite for truck body application A.Vinoth International Journal of Innovative Technology and Research
Experimental investigation on mechanical properties of hybrid and rice husk fiber reinforced polyester based composite for truck body application Dr.M.Senthilkumar International Journal of Innovative Technology and Research
A review on friction stir welding of dissimilar materials between aluminium alloys to copper A.Balamurugn International Journal of latest Research in Engineering and Technology
Forced Convective heat transfer analysis of AL2O3 (Nano fluid) and Water (Base fluid) in Heat Exchanger with Twisted Tape Insert R. Boopathi International Journal of Emerging Technology in Computer Science and Engineering
Zonal Node Authentication Using QoS Differentiation Quotient for Data Delivery in WSN P.Vijaylakshmi International Journal of Advanced Information Engineering and Technology
Multiagent Based Self Scheduling Algorithm for Travelling Salesman Problem Dr.G.Kavitha International Journal of Emerging Technology in CSE
IP Based Approach for Tracing Stolen Laptop and Data Protection With Mac Address Dr.G.Kavitha International Journal ofScientific and Computational Intelligence
A Novel Approach for Efficient String Generation Using MDL Pruing Method Dr.G.Kavitha International Journal of Revolution In Electrical and Electronics Engineering
Privacy Preserving Data Publishing Using Grouping Algorithm Dr.G.Kavitha International Journal of Revolution In Electrical and Electronics Engineering
A Chord Based Decentralized Secure Service Discovery On Peer to Peer Network Dr.G.Kavitha International Journal ofScientific and Computational Intelligence
Discovery of Latency Delay in Provenance Data Through Secret Channel Encoder Dr.G.Kavitha International Journal of Infinite Innovations in Engineering and Technology
A Genetic Algorithm With Support for Selective Travelling Salesman Problem on Petrinets Dr.G.Kavitha International Journal ofScientific and Computational Intelligence
Bacterial Foraging Optimization Based Travelling Salesman Problem for Data Collection in Mobile Sinks Dr.G.Kavitha International Journal ofScientific and Computational Intelligence
Privacy Preservation Using Access Control Mechanism for Incremental Data Dr.G.Kavitha International Journal of Infinite Innovations in Engineering and Technology
An Efficient Approach for Mobile Commerence Pattern and Sequential Pattern Mining Dr.G.Kavitha International Journal of Infinite Innovations in Engineering and Technology
Heuristic Rule Based Mining of High Utility Item Sets From Transactional Database Dr.G.Kavitha International Journal of Infinite Innovations in Engineering and Technology
Synthesis and characterization of chitosan and poly vinyl pyrrolidone (PVP) capped ZnO nanoparticles and their antibacterial activity against Escherichia coli and Staphylococcus aurens S. Satheeshkumar, International Journal of ChemTech Research CODEN (USA): IJCRGG
Antifungal activity of pure and aluminium doped zinc oxide nanoparticles against aspergillusnigar and aspergillusflavus S.Satheeshkumar International Journal of PharmTech Research CODEN (USA): IJPRIF
Examination of antibacterial properties of pure and aluminum doped zinc oxide nanoparticles S. Satheeskumar International Journal of ChemTech Research CODEN (USA): IJCRGG
Exploration of Synthesis, Structural, Morphology and Antibacterial Activity of Zn1-X-Y MgxAly O Nano Particles S. Satheeskumar, Digest Journal of Nanomaterials and Biostructures
FPGA Evaluation of Reconfigurable Modules With Fault Detection and Repair Technique Dr.R.Radhakrishnan International Journal of Reconfigurable and Embedded Systems
Probability Based Optimized Energy Efficient Routing Algorithm for Mobile AD-HOC Network Dr.R.Radhakrishnan Middle-East Journal of Scientific Research
FAULT RECOVERY ALGORITHM USING KING SPARE
ALLOCATION AND SHORTEST PATH SHIFTING FOR
RECONFIGURABLE SYSTEMS
Dr.R.Radhakrishnan Journal of Theoretical and Applied Information Technology
Design and Implementation of Modified Distributive Arithmetic Based DWT Architecture Using FPGA Dr.R.Radhakrishnan Applied Mechanics and Materials
Achieving Remote Data Intergrity Verfication And Eradication Seeemi Honest Attack In Multicloud Storage C.Kavitha International Journal of Innovative Research in Computer and Communicatiion Engineering
Energy Efficient Mobile Sink Path Selection Using CLuster Based Approach in WSNS U.Muthaiah International Journal of Innovative Research in Computer and Communicatiion Engineering
Efficient Deduplication With Security Using Jenkins and Recovery Techniques U.Muthaiah International Journal of Innovative Research in Computer and Communicatiion Engineering
Public Auditing of Dynamic Big Data Storage With Efficient High Memory Utilization and ECC Algorithm C.Kavitha International Journal of Innovative Research in Computer and Communicatiion Engineering
Efficient Privacy Preserving Secure Odarm Algorithm in Horizintally Distributed Database M.Premkumar International Journal of Innovative Research in Computer and Communicatiion Engineering
The Software Approach to Measure The Quality Of Vein Images for Fake Delection in Online Attendance System S.Rajeswari International Journal of Innovative Research in Computer and Communicatiion Engineering
Security With Authorized Deduplication compression Using JHF and DR Techinques in Hybrid Cloud U.Muthaiah Excel International Journal of Technology

PATENTS

Sl. No Name of the Applicant(s) / Assignee Name Name of the Inventor(s) Title Application No. & Patent filed date. Current Status
1 Mr.L.Prabu 1.Er.S.Prabahar

2.Prabu.L

3.Vinoth.A

4.Baskar.S

5.Karthi.P

6.Kumaresan.P

7.Paramesvaran.N

8.Naveen.G

9.Naveenkumar.A

10.Ravishanker.S

11.Sakthivel.C

12.Sivaramakrishnan.G

13.Venkatesh.K

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Awaiting Examination

CODE OF CONDUCT

  • Minutes
  • Discipline Committee
  • Women’s Sexual Harassment Committee

The Code of Conduct stipulates the guidelines as to what is expected of from the staff in discharging their day-do-day task, apart from prescribing the common ethical base for the individual conduct. Employees shall be committed in conducting themselves in consonance with the highest degree of integrity and ethics and in compliance with other legislation related to objectivity, independence and conflict of interest.

The Code acts as a guide to employees as to what is expected of them from the ethical point of view, both in their individual conduct and in their relationship with others. Compliance with the Code is expected to enhance professionalism and help to ensure service confidence in the sector. The prime purpose of the Code of Conduct is to promote a good exemplary conduct. This Code shall be a rule for all employees on full-time, part-time or contractual basis and also for the learners during their theoretical and workplace training.

  • Employees have the duty to act fairly to all persons and stakeholders who are evincing interest in the promotion of the Organization and they shall not act in anyway unreasonable or discriminatory. In order to protect the integrity, impartiality and independence of the Organizational the activities should be transparent to mete out the public access.
  • Employees shall not accept or solicit any undue gift, hospitality or other benefit that could influence, or be seen to influence his/her judgment, integrity and independence. Wherever doubt arises as to the appropriateness of a gift, hospitality or other benefit, the employee concerned should immediately discuss the matter with Management.
  • An employee shall honour the confidentiality of matters, documents and discussions being classified as Confidential/Secret. He/She shall not use or disclose any official information for personal gain or gain of a third party or an outsider and he/she not use or allow to be used for other private interests and gains of others.
  • An employee shall not undertake remunerative work outside his/her official duties, or use office equipment for any private work without the explicit approval of the Management and use the Organization’s equipment for any personal use.
  • An employee shall not engage in any transactions that are in conflict with or infringes on execution of his / her duties; involve him / her with action which may result in wrongful personal gain.
  • During the official hours an employee shall wear a neat dress and behave in a manner that could enhance the positive reputation of the Organization. Further, during the off-hours he/she shall conduct him/ herself properly in the public places and avoid unbecoming attitude which would lead to disciplinary action, if it reflects negatively on the Organization’s reputation. He/she shall be honest, faithful and conscientious in his/her approach to the higher-ups and in the performance of his/her duties. He/she shall behave with utmost courtesy and consideration towards everyone in performing duties and observe and promote a human rights culture.
  • An employee shall cooperate with the public institutions established under legislation and Country’s constitution in promoting the Sector’s interests. He/she shall serve in the field of education and training in an unbiased manner in order to instill confidence in the interest of the Organization. He/she shall be committed in the skill development and the upliftment of training in the sector and shall not develop discrimination against anyone on the grounds of race or religion.
  • An employee shall co-operate fully with other staff members, assist the colleagues in complying with the Code of Conduct and coordinate with appropriate measures in applying the Code of Conduct. He/she shall not criticize the professional performance or attainments of others rather focus on the extent of support and assistance they could render. Individual contribution should be acknowledged in a meaningful way. He/she shall execute all reasonable instructions in his/her official capacity provided which are not contrary to the Code of Conduct proviso and any other relevant legislation. He/she shall not abuse his/ her authority or influence another employee, nor allow his/her authority to influence another employee, nor allow him/her to be influenced to abuse his/her authority. He/she shall use proper channels to vent his/ her grievances or direct representation and commit to the optimum development, motivation and utilization of any sub-ordinates for the promotion of sound labour interpersonal relations.
  • An employee shall strive to achieve the objectives of the Organization in a cost effective manner. He/she shall be creative in his/her thoughts and in the execution of his/her duties, seeking innovative ways to solve the issues and enhancing effectiveness and efficiency within the context of the law. He/she shall be punctual in the execution of his/her duties in a professional and competent manner. He/she shall promote sound, efficient, effective, transparent and accountable administration and in the course of his/her duties. He/she shall report even the minute details regarding corruption, fraud, nepotism, misadministration or any other act which may constitute an offence to the appropriate authority immediately.

All employees shall subscribe to the following values:

  • Apply moral and legal precepts in all the spheres
  • Be transparent and fair in their conduct
  • Be principled and consistent in their conduct
  • Be polite, courteous and caring for others
  • Ever be optimistic towards the students
  • Co-operate with honesty and integrity
  • Honour deadlines
  • Strive for the sustained progress with regard to their duties, responsibilities and performance
  • Work within a framework of co-operative governance in spite of historical constituency based representation.
  • Violation of the Code of Conduct fully or partially may cause or result in appropriate disciplinary action in terms of the Disciplinary Procedure.

GRIEVANCES

  • The Principal shall constitute a Grievance Committee to redress the Grievance of the teaching and non-teaching staff.
  • The Grievance Committee shall be composed of three persons in the ranks of Head of the Departments, Principal/Administrative Officer and Chairman. Member-secretary shall monitor the proceedings and meet once in every month on a stipulated day and time
  • The Principal shall announce the Constitution of the Committee and the names of members at the beginning of every academic year.
  • Any teaching or non-teaching staff having a grievance, he or she shall make a representation before the Committee.
  • The Member-Secretary of the Grievance Committee shall include such grievance as an item of the agenda in the next weekly meeting, unless the seriousness of the grievance warrants a meeting to be commissioned immediately.
  • The grievances shall be redressed immediately by the Committee and by the Chairman.
  • The Member-Secretary shall record and maintain the minutes of the meetings.

Code of Conduct for Principal

  • The Principal provides academic leadership and in association with various faculties, evolves innovative strategies for the academic growth.
  • The Principal as the Head of the Institution will co-ordinate the organizational functioning through the staff council comprising Heads of various Departments who transform the plans into concrete action in close association with the faculty. He will formulate the action plans by contemplating the inputs received from the University, parents, Alumni, Academic peers, Employers and students.
  • The principal and all Heads of the Departments meet regularly to carryout academic and other administrative works successfully.
  • The Principal will assure for an appropriate supportive role of the non-teaching staff in academic as well as the administrative aspects. He will also ensure the utilization of all available resources to the optimum through sound management and good human resource management principles.
  • The Principal will monitor the day-to-day affairs of the college administration and executes all academic policies/programme in consultation with the HoDs and important committees. He shall conduct periodical meetings to co-ordinate in order to improve the effective functioning of the organizational structure. He will constitute Standing/Ad-hoc committees for synchronizing the system and he will be the chair-person of all these bodies.
  • The principal will preside the statutory body viz., (i) Infrastructure and Amenities Committee, (ii) Research Committee, (iii) Library committee, (iv) Academic Calendar committee&(v) Students Advisory Council and review the overall functioning of each Committee. He will initiate appropriate measures to enhance the quality of academic and administrative fronts.
  • The Principal will have regular supervision over the performance of the Non – Teaching Staff.
  • The Principal is the Member-Secretary of the Governing Council which is the supreme policy making and policy implementing mechanism of the Institution. The Principal will bring the administrative affairs to the notice of the Governing Council and act as a catalyst between Management, Staff and Students.
  • The Principal will redress the grievances of the staff and students appropriately to ensure congenial environment for learning.

Code of Conduct for Head of the Department:

  • The HoDs will formulate the Vision, Mission, Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs), Programme Outcomes (POs) of their respective departments in consultation with the Department Advisory Board.
  • The HoDs are solely responsible for the effective functioning of the department and infrastructural development.
  • The HoDs will allot the subject to the faculty based on their exclusive specialization and experience.
  • The HoDs will personally monitor the conduct of internal assessment tests in time and the performance of the students.
  • The HoDs will review all the academic activities periodically and forward the copy of review to the Principal for his perusal.
  • The HoDs will plan and personally monitor the conducting of all co-curricular activities such as symposia / Workshop / Seminar and Value Added Courses periodically.
  • The HoDs will develop good rapport with the industries and arrange for the collaborative activities. They will also coordinate with Training and Placement Cell in arranging In–Plant Training, Guest Lectures and Industrial Visits and thereby facilitate the students to ensure their placement.

Code of Conduct for Faculty:

  • Faculty will maintain a high sense of dedication towards their duties and responsibilities.
  • Faculty will discharge all the duties and responsibilities assigned by the Principal and Head of the Department from time to time with utmost dedication adhere to the rules and regulations of the Institution and maintain very high order of character and integrity.
  • Faculty will handle the classes with thorough preparation and implement the best teaching practices to make the classroom learning an interesting and informative experience for the students and also attend to the lab classes.
  • Faculty will supplement the syllabus with inputs on emerging trends.
  • Faculty will counsel the students, identify their problems in learning and guide them rightly to improve their performance.
  • Faculty will identify the bright students and motivate them towards better performance and kindle their R&D pursuits.
  • Faculty will maintain the class in perfect order and discipline
  • Faculty will guide students’ co-curricular activities and encourage their participation in extracurricular activities.
  • Faculty will pursue higher studies, equip themselves with the latest development in the chosen field and always upgrade their knowledge, pursue research, carry out the sponsored projects and publish books and papers in reputed journals.
  • Faculty will actively associate with all Department and Institutional activities such as arranging guest lectures, industrial visits, Seminars, Workshops and organizing other events.
  1. CASUAL LEAVE
  • Staff members can avail twelve days casual leave in an academic year.
  • For the staff members who joined in the middle of the academic year, casual leave will be credited on pro-rata basis.
  • Casual leave cannot be merged with any other leave except the special leave. However, it can be merged with holidays including Sundays.
  • Casual leave with prefixing or suffixing holidays should not exceed more than seven days.
  • Casual leave with prefixing or suffixing holidays shall be considered as Loss of Pay for the number of days availed.
  • Faculty can avail maximum two permissions per month up to a maximum of one hour either before the commencement of college hours or before the closure of college hours and no permission will be granted during the working hours. Every three permission will be considered as half a day casual leave. Every late arrival would be treated as permission.
  • Unavailed casual leave, if any, at the end of the academic year, shall not be carried over to the next academic year
  • Faculty is permitted to avail one day casual leave only for a month. Only the unused casual leave during the previous month can be availed in the current month and the casual leaves of the ensuing months shall not be availed in advance.
  • All the staff members are eligible to avail 12 days casual leave per year. Leave will be sanctioned to the non-teaching staff on rotation basis for the smooth functioning of the Institution/Office at the discretion of the Head of the Institution/Administrative Officer.
  1. EARNED LEAVE
  • Three days earned leave will be credited if the staff completes two years of active service in the Institution.
  • Staff members are eligible to avail earned leave only on completion of 2 years of active service.
  • Earned leave can be combined with Medical/Maternity / On Duty Leave.
  • Intervening holidays and Sundays will be counted as earned leave.
  • Either prefixing or suffixing holidays combined with earned leave will also be construed as earned leave.
  • Encashment of earned leave is permitted to the maximum of 15 days only on completion of 10 years of active service in SSCET. In such case, he/she should have 30 days leave in his / her credit.
  1. MEDICAL LEAVE
  • Staff members can avail 3 days medical leave in an academic year.
  • Staff members are eligible for availing medical leave only on completion of 2 years of active service. During the initial years of their service they are not eligible for Medical Leave.
  • Medical Leave can be combined with On Duty/Earned/Maternity Leave.
  • Intervening holidays and Sundays will be counted as Medical Leave.
  • Prefixing or suffixing holidays combined with Medical Leave will be construed as the medical leave only.
  • Staff members propose to enter on medical leave for more than seven days period, they must apply along with the medical certificate given by a Registered Medical Practitioner. Similarly, after availing the medical leave he/she has to produce the Fitness Certificate issued by the Competent Authority.
  1. ON DUTY PERMISSION
  • Two days OD permission will be granted per academic year for the faculty who are undergoing research work. Similarly, fourteen days OD permission will be accorded in an academic year for the faculty who are attending the external exam duties such as invigilation and answer paper valuation etc., though they are remunerative. In case of exceeding fourteen days then it would be deducted from the vacation leave.
  • OD can be combined with Medical/Earned/Maternity leave.
  • OD with prefixing or suffixing holidays shall not be considered as On Duty.
  • Faculty who wish to attend Faculty Development Programme/Staff Training / Seminars/ Conference can attend the programme for a period of 7 days in a year with the permission of the Head of the Institution, without affecting their regular classes. These days will be deducted from the vacation leave.
  1. VACATION
  • Staff members are eligible to avail 7 days’ vacation during the winter (one spell) and 14 days’ vacation during the summer in an academic year, after completion of one year active service.
  • The vacation leave which not availed during the first semester can be carried over to the next semester, with the prior approval of Head of the Institution.
  • The vacation leave which not availed at the end of the academic year shall neither be carried over to the next academic year nor converted into earned leave.
  • Vacation Leave can be combined with any leave except casual leave.
  • Intervening holidays and Sundays will be construed as the vacation leave. Prefixing or suffixing holidays combined with vacation leave also will be counted as vacation leave only.
  • Vacation leave could be availed subject to the maximum of two spells only. In case of the services of the faculty members are required for urgent tasks in the Institution, the Head of the Institution is empowered to make changes in the aforesaid rules at his discretion.
  1. COMPENSATORY LEAVE
  • The staffs are eligible to avail compensatory leave when they are asked to work on holidays by the competent authority. The leave should be availed within 3 months or otherwise it will get lapsed automatically.
  • The Head of the Institution/Administrative Officer is the competent authority to sanction compensatory holidays to the faculty.
  1. SPECIAL LEAVE
  • The staff members can avail seven days special leave for their wedding after completion of one year active services in SSCET.
  1. MATERNITY LEAVE
  • Female staff members who have completed 3 years of active service in SSCET can avail six months Maternity Leave at one stretch at the maximum and it is applicable for the first baby alone. Maternity Leave can be combined with Medical/Vacation/Earned Leaves. Maternity Leave letter could be availed by submitting the relevant medical certificates issued by the competent medical officer.
  1. NORMS FOR PURSUING HIGHER STUDIES:
  • Faculties are at liberty to pursue with their higher studies.
  • All sorts of assistance will be provided by the management by means of OD, Leave, Finance support, etc.
  • Till completion of the course of study they have to render their services to the Institution.
  • Those who want to leave in middle of the agreement, they will have to reimburse the benefits already availed by them.
  • On satisfactory completion of the course, the faculty will be suitably rewarded by way of awarding incentives, increments, promotion etc., subject to the availability of the vacancy.
  1. NORMS FOR ATTENDING CONFERENCE / WORKSHOP / STTP:
  • Faculties are at liberty to attend conferences / seminars / symposia / FDP / STTP by availing OD.
  • Necessary assistance and support will be offered by the management for attending the selected conferences / seminars / symposia / FDP / STTP by paying the full registration fee.
  • The faculty members who publish papers in the leading journals will be duly encouraged by way of awarding incentives.

Code of Conduct for Students:

  • The College timing is from 9.20 am to 4.30 pm.
  • Mobile phones are strictly prohibited in the college premises. If any student is found possessing mobile phones inside the campus, his/her mobile will be seized.
  • Students should wear only formal dress. Wearing Jeans, T-shirts, cargo pants, and short shirts, embroidery works in pants, shirts, short tops and leggings is not permitted. Students should follow the SSCET dress code (clean shaven, tuck-in, wearing black shoe & ID card for boys, neatly pined shawl on both side, No free hair, wearing black cut shoe & ID card for girls).
  • Students are instructed not to make any damages to the furniture, electrical components and instruments in the laboratories, workshops, classrooms, canteen, hostel, toilets, etc.,. A penalty will be imposed for such misconducts.
  • Scribbling on the walls and desks or causing any other damages to the college property is strictly prohibited.   Students responsible for any such wanton damage will be penalized.
  • Students should not indulge in any activity leading to the disruption of peace and discipline and dislocation of normal work in the college and hostel premises. Those who are found guilty of violating this rule will be severely dealt with.
  • Girls and boys will not be allowed to talk inside the college premises unnecessarily. Any discussion regarding the subject can be allowed only inside the class rooms and laboratories.
  • It’s mandatory that the students have to take college bus or need to stay in hostel students should make their own arrangements for special classes.
  • Students are not permitted to bring their own vehicles to the college.
  • Religious gatherings, prayer meetings, birthday celebrations inside the college are not permitted.

COLLEGE RULES

  • The College timing is from 9.20 am to 4.30 pm.
  • Mobile phones are strictly prohibited in the college premises. If any student is found possessing mobile phones inside the campus, his/her mobile will be seized.
  • Students should wear only formal dress. Wearing Jeans, T-shirts, cargo pants, and short shirts, embroidery works in pants, shirts, short tops and leggings is not permitted. Students should follow the SSCET dress code (clean shaven, tuck-in, wearing black shoe & ID card for boys, neatly pined shawl on both side, No free hair, wearing black cut shoe & ID card for girls).
  • Students are instructed not to make any damages to the furniture, electrical components and instruments in the laboratories, workshops, classrooms, canteen, hostel, toilets, etc.,. A penalty will be imposed for such misconducts.
  • Scribbling on the walls and desks or causing any other damages to the college property is strictly prohibited.   Students responsible for any such wanton damage will be penalized.
  • Students should not indulge in any activity leading to the disruption of peace and discipline and dislocation of normal work in the college and hostel premises. Those who are found guilty of violating this rule will be severely dealt with.
  • Girls and boys will not be allowed to talk inside the college premises unnecessarily. Any discussion regarding the subject can be allowed only inside the class rooms and laboratories.
  • It’s mandatory that the students have to take college bus or need to stay in hostel students should make their own arrangements for special classes.
  • Students are not permitted to bring their own vehicles to the college.
  • Religious gatherings, prayer meetings, birthday celebrations inside the college are not permitted.

We are here

The college is located in an Extensive campus of about 120 acres on the state highway connecting Sankari and Tiruchengode.

Self appraisal

  • Self appraisal Form

Faculty Appraisal System is imperative for assessing the caliber and performance of an individual faculty and for optimizing his contribution to the progress of the Department and Institutional performance. It enables the administration for rating the faculty’s performance and thereby identifying his strength and weakness and to track apt platforms to reinforce his caliber in academia and other related activities. In our Institute, Faculty Performance Appraisal describing the faculty’s involvement in Teaching-Learning Process, Co-Curricular and Extra- curricular activities, Research Initiatives and Innovations is collected in the February month of every year.

The Committee comprising of Management, Principal and the HoDs concerned will scrutinize the Faculty Performance Appraisal in depth and assess the overall performance of each faculty under three categories viz., Category-1 – Teaching, Learning and Evaluation Related Activities, Category-2 – Self Improvement, Research and Development and Category–3 – College Level/ Department Level Additional Responsibilities, Co-Curricular and Extension Activities.

Category-1 is meant for 30 points under which the results produced in University Examinations and teaching-oriented activities offered by the faculty are assessed. Teaching-oriented activity includes Lectures, Seminars, Tutorials, Practical and other related tasks viz., Maintaining Course File, Internal and External Examination invigilation, Conducting Practical Exams, Central Evaluation and Flying Squad etc. Further, adopting Innovative Teaching Methodologies including Content Delivery, Usage of ICT, Remedial Classes, Bridge Courses, Communication Skills, Soft Skills, Personality Development Courses, Modules Developed, Training Courses in Computer assisted Teaching, Web–based learning and e–library skills etc., provided to the students are the other factors being considered for assessing the faculty’s caliber.

Category–2 also carries 30 points under which the faculty’s involvement in Seminars, Workshops, organizing and attending Training Programs, Guidance for Students’ Projects, Research Projects submitted and sanctioned, Publishing books and Publishing articles in leading journals and other Consultancy Works are assessed.

Category–3 contemplates on the faculty’s involvement in accepting additional responsibilities in College Level and Department Level Co-Curricular and Extension Activities and awarded with the weightage of 40 points.

In order to encourage the faculties to produce best rest results in the University Examinations due honorariums are given to them as rewards, at par with the results produced by them.

IMPACTS OF FACULTY PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL:

Faculty Appraisal System has its own impact on the faculties and every faculty strive his level best in achieving the target which ultimately results in better performance of students.  Under this system, a faculty assesses his own caliber through his performance and aims to improve his skills further.

The following are certain evidential impacts inferred:

  • Each faculty volunteers to identify the slow learners and in order to improve their performance they evince enormous interest to conduct remedial classes
  • Faculty members getting motivated to participate in Seminars, Workshops, Conferences, Guest Lectures and Extension Lectures.

As the result, the students’ caliber has improved which ultimately ends in better results in academic as well as in the placement. The faculty’s proficiency of has developed which has resulted in promoting the students’ professional competency.