About Department

The department of civil engineering was established in 2010 under the affiliation of Anna University, Chennai. Currently the department offers a the following programmes

  • BE-Civil Engineering
  • ME-Structural Engineering.

The department is supported by well qualified faculty in the field of specialization like structural engineering, Transportation engineering and Environmental engineering. Through an effective teaching and learning process the department has produced university rank holders in UG and PG under Anna University, Chennai. All laboratories in the department are well equipped and they are maintained by qualified technical people in each laboratory. The department is marching forward to achieve in every field of specialization in Civil Engineering by conducting seminars, guest lectures, webinars, and workshops on the latest developments. The industrial visit and expert’s lectures are arranged for the students regularly in order to enrich the practical knowledge of students in addition to their academics which in turn make the students fit for practical field in their future.

Vision

To be a centre of excellence and produce technology empowered civil engineers to build the Nation.

Mission

  • Equip the students with the fundamental knowledge and core expertise along with hands on experience to become highly competent civil engineers.
  • Facilitate and empower the students through state of art laboratories, comprehensive field studies, industrial consultancy and research.
  • Inculcate leadership skills, ethical values, professionalism and team work to become competent entrepreneurs and leaders.

Programe Educational Objectives(PEO)

  • Plan, analyze and design eco-friendly sustainable solutions for technological challenges in the industry and society.
  • Engage in lifelong learning and research with diversified career opportunities achieving excellence in decision-making and engineering practices.
  • Exhibit professionalism, ethical values with interpersonal skills and team spirit to serve the organization and society.

PROGRAM OUTCOMES (POs)

  • Engineering Graduates will be able to
  • PO 1 Engineering Knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering Fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems
  • PO 2 Problem Analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
  • PO 3 Design/ Development of Solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for public health and safety, and cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
  • PO 4 Conduct Investigations of Complex Problems: The problems: that cannot be solved by straightforward application of knowledge, theories and techniques applicable to the engineering discipline. That may not have a unique solution. For example, a design problem can be solved in many ways and lead to multiple possible solutions. That requires consideration of appropriate constraints/requirements not explicitly given in the problem statement. (Like: cost, power requirement, durability, product life, etc.) Which need to be defined (modeled) within appropriate mathematical framework. That often requires use of modern computational concepts and tools.
  • PO 5 Modern Tool Usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modelling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
  • PO 6 The Engineer and Society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
  • PO 7 Environment and Sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
  • PO 8 Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
  • PO 9 Individual and Team Work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
  • PO 10 Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
  • PO 11 Project Management and Finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
  • PO 12 Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

PROGRAM SPECIFIC OUTCOMES(PSOs)

  • Provide optimal solutions for real time problems in civil engineering projects through technical competence, modern tools and state of art practices.
  • Execute civil engineering construction and maintenance with ethical responsibility, social awareness and environmental sustainability.
HOD & Professor

Mr.P.Gopalsamy

UG : B.E.CIVILENGINEERING PG : M.E.STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING

Mr.A.Maria Stephen

Assistant Professor

UG : B.E.CIVILENGINEERING PG : M.E.STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING(PARTTIME)

 

Mr.A.Maria Stephen

Position: Assistant Professor
Categories: CIVIL

UG : B.E.CIVILENGINEERING
PG : M.E.STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING(PARTTIME)

Mr.U.Manikandan

Assistant Professor

UG : B.E.CIVILENGINEERING PG : M.E.STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING

 

Mr.U.Manikandan

Position: Assistant Professor
Categories: CIVIL

UG : B.E.CIVILENGINEERING
PG : M.E.STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING

Mr.D.Gokul Raj

Assistant Professor

UG : B.E.CIVILENGINEERING PG : M.E.STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING

 

Mr.D.Gokul Raj

Position: Assistant Professor
Categories: CIVIL

UG : B.E.CIVILENGINEERING
PG : M.E.STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING

Mr.M.Karthikeyan

Assistant Professor

 

Mr.M.Karthikeyan

Position: Assistant Professor
Categories: CIVIL
 

Ms.M.Dhivyalakshmi

Position: Assistant Professor
Categories: CIVIL

Mrs.S.KAUSALYA

Assistant Professor

UG : B.E.CIVILENGINEERING PG : M.E.STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING

 

Mrs.S.KAUSALYA

Position: Assistant Professor
Categories: CIVIL

UG : B.E.CIVILENGINEERING
PG : M.E.STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING

MR.SENTHILKUMAR K

Assistant Professor

UG : B.E.CIVILENGINEERING PG : M.E.STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING

 

MR.SENTHILKUMAR K

Position: Assistant Professor
Categories: CIVIL

UG : B.E.CIVILENGINEERING
PG : M.E.STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING

 

Laboratory Specification

Soil Mechanics laboratory

Laboratory Overview:
The Soil Mechanics Laboratory is a fundamental facility in civil engineering that focuses on the study of the physical and mechanical properties of soils. The laboratory plays a crucial role in understanding soil behavior, which is essential for designing and constructing various civil engineering structures such as foundations, embankments, retaining walls, and tunnels.
Equipment Catalog:
Soil Sampling Tools, Graduated Cylinders and Beakers, Sieve Shaker, Sieve Sets, Hydrometer, Drying Oven, Weigh Balances, Liquid Limit Device, Plastic Limit Device, Proctor Compaction Apparatus, Molds and Rammer, Constant Head Permeameter, Variable Head Permeameter, Consolidometer, Load Frames , Direct Shear Apparatus , Triaxial Testing Machine

Surveying laboratory

Laboratory Overview:
The Surveying Laboratory is a crucial facility in civil engineering that focuses on the principles and practices of surveying, which is the science of measuring and mapping the Earth's surface. This laboratory provides students and professionals with hands-on experience in using surveying instruments and techniques for various applications in civil engineering and land development.
Equipment Catalog:
Total Station, theodolite, dumpy level, ranging rod, levelling staff, prismatic compass, chain, tape, tripod, plane table surveying, alidade, plumbob.

Environmental Engineering laboratory

Laboratory Overview:
The Environmental Engineering Laboratory is a specialized facility within the field of civil engineering that focuses on studying and analyzing environmental parameters. This laboratory is dedicated to conducting experiments and tests related to water quality.
Equipment Catalog: incubator, water sampling equipment’s, pipette, burette measuring jar, flask, oven, ph meter, electrodes, kjhedal nitrogen.

Strength of Material Laboratory

Laboratory Overview:
the Strength of Materials Laboratory, a pivotal facility in our engineering department designed to provide students with hands-on experience in understanding the mechanical behavior of materials. This laboratory is instrumental in translating theoretical principles learned in classrooms into practical applications through experimentation and analysis. The mission of the Strength of Materials Laboratory is to foster a comprehensive understanding of material properties and behaviors under different loading conditions. We aim to empower students with practical knowledge that is essential for their success in various engineering disciplines.
Equipment Catalog:
Universal Testing Machines (UTM-400KN), Torsion Testing Machines, Impact Testing Equipment, Hardness Testing Instruments, Strain Gauge Application Setup, Deflection Measurement Devices

Highway Engineering Laboratory

Laboratory Overview: The Highway Engineering Laboratory is to provide a hands-on learning environment for students and researchers to explore and understand the principles, materials, and technologies used in the design and construction of highways. We strive to bridge the gap between theoretical knowledge and practical applications in the field of transportation engineering. It is a dynamic space where theoretical concepts come to life, and students gain practical insights into the complex world of highway engineering.
Equipment Catalog: Marshall Stability Test Apparatus, Aggregate Impact Value (AIV) Apparatus, Sieve Shaker, Ductility Test Apparatus, Penetrometer Apparatus, Viscosity Apparatus ,Flakiness and Elongation index Apparatus

CADD Laboratory

Laboratory Overview: Computer-Aided Design and Drafting (CADD) Laboratory, a state-of-the-art facility designed to empower students, professionals, and researchers in the field of design and engineering. CADD Laboratory is equipped with cutting-edge hardware and industry-standard software to facilitate hands-on learning, innovation, and collaboration in the digital design realm.
Equipment Catalog: AutoCAD, Revit or ArchiCAD, Civil 3D, SketchUp

Advanced Structural Engineering Laboratory

Laboratory Overview: Advanced Structural Engineering Laboratory, a cutting-edge facility at the forefront of structural analysis, experimentation, and research. Our laboratory is designed to provide students, researchers, and industry professionals with a state-of-the-art environment to explore and advance the understanding of structural behavior and performance.
Equipment Catalog: Load testing frame

PLACEMENT DATA

S.NoName of the companyNo. of Students Placed
1V DART3
2Code King3
3Chola1
Name of the CompanyNumber of Offers
Leviaan Solutions6
Alass Infotech Solutions12
V Dart4
CRI Pumps4
Coding King5
Chola7
Sight Spectrum Technology Solutions12
PIE Infocomm Pvt. Ltd.9
Sight Spectrum Technology Solutions8

Research

The R&D department is dedicated to nurturing a robust research culture by encouraging exploration in newly emerging and challenging areas within the IT industry. Our dedicated faculty members and enthusiastic students actively participate in projects that address real-world challenges, making meaningful contributions to  society. This enhances the overall research capabilities of faculty and students through getting project funds, publishing papers, and participating in conferences, seminars, workshops, project competitions, etc

Objectives:

  • To create awareness, opportunities, and a vibrant Research and Development atmosphere among faculty and students in the department.

Outcome:

  • To generate innovative solutions
  • To increase research activity resulting in publications in reputable journals and conferences
  • To facilitate collaboration with industry partners, other academic institutions, and research organizations
  • To obtain external funding through grants and sponsorships to support further research initiatives.

Student Project Involvement:

  • To assist the students to apply funding for conducting research and startups under student project scheme to various funding agencies like TNSCST, MSME, IEI (I), DRDO, TCS, Infosys etc.
  • To encourage development of activities to attract the best research oriented students. 

Project Proposal using R&D Lab:

To depute senior faculty to various research organizations for getting collaborative projects and adopting best practices

  • To assist for applying and getting funds for conducting Seminar/Workshop/FDP from various funding agencies
  • To facilitate the growth of research activity among the academic community, including developing mechanisms and targets to achieve this.

Research Activity:

  • To develop and coordinate strategies for maximizing the faculty’s success in gaining external research funding and faculty level workshops and staff development activities on research-related issues
  • To maintain and disseminate current information about relevant research policy areas and initiatives in government, professions and relevant industries, including external funding opportunities
  • To develop strategies to foster research collaborations within the faculty, across faculty and institutes, and with agencies outside the college
  • To work with various departments to establish and develop faculty research priorities in interdisciplinary areas
  • To create tenor among the staff members to take up Research projects and improve their knowledge, skills and qualifications by registering Ph. D‘s
  • To encourage staff members and students to publish technical papers for publishing in National and reputed International Conferences/Journals
  • To undertake research activities and development projects offered by agencies
  • To assist for applying and getting funds for conducting Seminar/Workshop/FDP from various available funding agencies

CAY m1 (2022-2023)
S.NoProject TitleDurationFunding AgencyFunding Amount
1Comprehensive Power Quality Analysis and Energy conservation3 monthsKun Capital Automotive Pvt Ltd,Ariyamangalam,Trichy.1,00,000
2Measurement of Electrical Parameters and Implementing Energy – saving measures3 monthsVeda dairy Pvt ,Ltd,Musiri,Trichy1,00,000
CAYm2 (2021-2022)
S.NoProject TitleDurationFunding AgencyFunding Amount
1Converting relay contactor logic to PLC in Tow can unit operation. 4 monthsShree Renga ,Polymers, Unit- 1, Puliyur, Karur. Unit – 2,kakkavadi, Karur 1,60,000
CAYm3 ( 2020-2021)
S.NoProject TitleDurationFunding AgencyFunding Amount
1Electrical Equipment Power Quality analysis for equipment predictive maintenance and energy saving2 monthsVelmurugan Industries, Trichy40,000

S.NoName of the AuthorsTitle of the PaperName of the JournalIndexDOI Number
1Mrs .A.MaryBeula, Mrs S.Rakkammal.Solar Wireless Electric Vehicle Charging SystemEuropean Chemical BulletinScopushttps://www.eurchembull.com/uploads/paper/467e082fc408d59f6dc4ed1632316027.
2Dr.S.RajasekaranAssessment Of PQ Issues Using Dynamic Voltage Restorer With Adaptive FilterJapan Society of Mechanical Engineers Journal of Biomechanical Science and EngineeringScopusDOI 101.17605/OSF.IO/Q3ZG ISSN:1880-9863
3Mrs.S.Rakkammal IOT Based Dual Battery Monitoring and Charging System for Electric Vehicle Applications International Journal of Advanced Trends in Engineering and TechnologyUGChttps://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.7823546
4Mr.N. Mayavel IOT Based Solar Charging Station for E-Vehicle International Journal of Scientific Research and Modern EducationUGChttps://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.7906795
5Mr.R.SurendarMD Integrated ILMS Control Using Programmable Logic ControllerInternational Journal of Computational Research and Development,UGChttps://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.7857189
6Mr .M.Vinoth KumarIot Based Reverse Vending Machine For Recycling StationInternational Journal of Current Research and Modern Education,UGChttps://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.7934114
7Mrs .A. Mary BeulaWireless Power Charging And Hybrid Power Generation For Electric VehicleInternational Journal of Engineering Research and Modern Education (IJERME)UGChttps://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.7833857
8Mrs .L.Glarida AmalaA Solar Tree Based Energy Harvesting, Tracking And Fault Detection SystemIndo American Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and ReviewUGChttp://iajmrr.com/article-issues/?cid=39
9Ms .A. Abirami,Solar Based E-Uniform for SoldiersInternational Journal of Advanced Trends in Engineering and Technology,UGChttps://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.7896772

S.NoName of the AuthorsTitle of the PaperName of the JournalIndexD DOI Number
1Mr.M.Vinothkumar, Mr.N .Mayavel, Mr.R.SurendarSoft switched DC-DC converter for hybrid power generation photovoltaic panels using fuzzy logic controllerMaterials Today: Proceedings – Elesvier-Scopushttps://doi.org/10.1016/j.matpr.2022.05.146
2Dr.Rajasekaran S DrMuruganandam B Mrs.Rakkammal S Mrs.Mary Beula Mr.N. Mayavel Mr. R.SurendarAutomatic Ration Material Distribution SystemMathematical Statistician and Engineering Applications.ScopusPage Number: 13084-13092 Publication Issue:Vol.71 No.4(2022)

Events

  • 14/10/2023

    Hands on Training on Innovative Electronics

    Date: 14-10-2023 Resource person: III & IV Year Beneficiary: II Year

  • 26/10/2023

    Seminar on Career options for Electrical Engineers

    Resource person: Dr.J.Sathiyanarayanan, Asst.Executive Electrical Engineer, Southern Railways & Er.S.Samidas Retd. General Manager, BHEL-Trichy Beneficiary: II,III&IV Year

  • 09/11/2023

    Seminar on Film Appreciation

    Date: 09-11-2023 Resource person: Mr.M.Priya Darshan Film Editor – Chennai Beneficiary: II,III&IV Year

  • 28/11/2023

    Motivational Speech by Successful Entrepreneur

    Date: 28-11-2023 Resource person: Mr.N.Ramesh, Managing director, Vethaa Milk Products. Beneficiary: II,III&IV Year

  • Webinar 12/08/2022

    IIT PALS Study Circle for GATE / JAM – Launch Event

    Resource person: Dr.V.Kamakotti, Director, IITM, Chennai Beneficiary: II,III&IV Year

  • Seminar 18/08/2022

    Design and modeling of E-Vehicle

    Resource person: Er.A. Abdhaheer, Sr. Testing and Commissioning Engineer SPK Power infra–Pvt Ltd. Beneficiary: II,III&IV Year

  • Webinar 25/08/2022

    Enterprise Digital Twin as a risk free experimentation aid for business and social systems

    Resource person: Dr Souvik Barat , Principal Scientist, Tata Consultancy Services Research, India Beneficiary: II,III&IV Year

  • Seminar 26/08/2022

    Environmental friendly High Voltage insulation system

    Resource person: Er.G.Sivabalan, Sr. Project Engineer, Gensol Solar Engineering Pvt Ltd. Beneficiary: II,III&IV Year

  • Webinar 01/09/2022

    Importance of Electrical Storage system with reliable decorbanized system

    Resource person: Dr.S.Dharmalingam, Manager , BHEL Trichy Beneficiary: II,III&IV Year

  • 17/09/2022

    Hands on Training on Innovative Electronics

    Resource person: 3rd and 4th year Students Beneficiary: II,III&IV Year

  • Webinar 22/09/2022

    3D Printing and its applications

    Resource person: Ms. Padarthi Padmaja, Chief Executive Officer, Next generation 3d printer private limited, Chennai Beneficiary: II,III&IV Year

  • Webinar 27/10/2022

    AI Driven trends in Healthcare

    Resource person: Mr. KrishnaKanth Naik, Senior Escalation Engineer, IBM India Pvt. Limited Beneficiary: II,III&IV Year

  • Workshop 28/10/2022

    Application of Embedded system in Electric Vehicles

    Resource person: S.Deepan,  Embedded Developer & Manager,  WITSPIRE, Tiruchirappalli. Beneficiary: II,III&IV Year

  • Workshop 03/11/2022

    Pathway from Engineering to Product Development and Entrepreneurship

    Resource person: Dr. Ashish Kumar Sahani, Assistant Professor, Department of Biomedical Engineering, IIT Ropar, Founder of Epilepto Systems Beneficiary: II,III&IV Year

  • Webinar 08/02/2023

    State of Industrial Automation-Industry 4.0

    Resource person: S.Ramkumar, Industrial Automation Engineer/PLC&SCADA Developer Beneficiary: II,III&IV Year After Vision, Mission, PEO’s and PSO of EEE department was discussed, and it was followed by resource person Er.S.Ramkumar. He started the webinar by gave an introduction about Industrial Automation. He elaborately explained various types of automation used in various industries. He provides information of […]

  • Seminar 17/02/2023

    The future of Robotics Technology

    Resource person: S.Deepan, Embedded Developer & Manager, WITSPIRE,  Tiruchirappalli. Beneficiary: II,III&IV Year After Vision, Mission, PEO’s and PSO’s of EEE department was discussed, and it was followed by resource person Er.S.Deepan .he started the webinar by gave an introduction about Robots and its evaluation. He elaborately explained various laws of robotics. He explains importance of […]

  • Seminar 25/02/2023

    Application of Nano electronics in Electrical field

    Resource person: Mr.NaveenKumar Govindaraj, Senior Testing Engineer, CTS, Bangalore Beneficiary: II,III&IV Year After Vision, Mission, PEO’s and PSO’s of EEE department was discussed and it was followed by resource person Er. G.NaveenKumar. He started the Seminar by giving an introduction about advancement in infotainment system. He detailed about services of infotainment system and its types. […]

  • Guest Lecture 17/03/2023

    Recent Trends in EV and its Challenges

    Resource person: Shri.G.Balasubramanian, Deputy project Director, ISRO, Shriharokota Beneficiary: II,III&IV Year The chief guest, Shri.G.Balasubramanian, Deputy Project Director, ISRO, Sriharikota shared wonderful words of encouragement with the students quoting the need to invest in improving the practical know-how of every engineering student apart from the theoretical knowledge they gain in the course of their study. […]

  • Seminar 17/03/2023

    Importance of Power Controllers in Space Applications.

    Resource person: Shri.G.Balasubramanian, Deputy project Director, ISRO, Shriharokota Beneficiary: II,III&IV Year

  • Seminar 01/04/2023

    Energy Conservation and Safety in Industries

    Resource person: Shri.Magdaline Mary, Assistant Engineer, TNEB. Beneficiary: II,III&IV Year

  • Seminar 21/04/2023

    High voltage substation equipment, motor and generator: safety, operation and maintenance

    Resource person: Er.Udaiyappan, AD/TNEB, Trichy. Beneficiary: II,III&IV Year

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Memorandum of Understanding (MOU)

The industry supported laboratories develop the best learning process using a comprehensive understanding of industry’s best practices for both students and faculty. To strengthen interaction with industries and to keep our students updated with the latest trends in Electrical Engineering.

Industry supported Laboratories

Sl.No
Name of the company
Name of the laboratory
Year

1

Flowtrik EV charging solutions

EV Laboratory - II

2023

2

EV Nexus Pvt.Ltd.

EV Laboratory - I

2023

MoU of Core industries

Sl.No
Name of the company
Year of MOU Sign

1

Flowtrik EV charging solutions

2023

2

EV Nexus Pvt.Ltd.

2023

3

Propeller Technologies

2022

4

Jet Aero Space

2022

5

Hilife.AI

2022

6

Eurocasting Engineering

2021

Industry Interaction

In-Plant Training

2022-2023

S.NO

Name of the Event

Date

Resource Person/ company details

Targeted Audience

1

Guest Lecture on Recent trends in EV and its challenges

3.03.2023

Dr. K. Padmanabhan,Director ,EV NEXUS Pvt. Ltd.

Second year, Third year and Final year

2

Seminar on Design and modeling of E-Vehicle.

18.08.2022

Er. A. Abdhaheer,

Sr. Testing and Commissioning Engineer,

SPK Power infra–Pvt Ltd.

Second year, Third year and Final year

2020-2021
S.NO Name of the Event Date Resource Person/ company details Targeted Audience
1 Guest lecture on Fundamentals in Ethics of Technology. 16.04.2021 Mr. Naveen Kumar Govindaraj,Senior Testsing Engineer,CTS, Bangalore Second year, Third year and Final year
2 Guest lecture on Industrial Automation Using PLC 04.02.2021 Mr.Rasadurai Murugesan,Lead Engineer from GM Tech center India ,Bangalore. Second year, Third year and Final year
3 Webinar on Introduction to LABVIEW 21.06.2020 Ms.J.Ajantha
Patent scientist,Dextrasys Private Limited.
Second year, Third year and Final year
 

Industrial Visit

S.No

Academic Year

Industry Name with Address

Area of visit

No. of students participated

Type of Industry

(Core/Non-core)

1

2021-2022

Munnar Tea Factory, Munnar

Electrical Drives and Control

79

Core

2

2022-2023

Sandal Wood Oil Division, Mysore, Karnataka

Industry Automation

55

Core

3

2022-2023

TATA Solar Power Plant, Musiri(Tk), Trichy

Solar Power Plant Operation and maintenance 

79

Core

Internship Details

2023-2024

S.No

Name of the   Company

Internship  Details

No. of students participated

1

Vagus technology, Trichy.

Digital Marketing

6

2

Witspire, Trichy

Basic Embedded System

10

3

Dynamic hands and control ltd. Chennai.

Electrical Division

1

4

Power Integrated salutation, Trichy

Electrical Division

4

5

AJ Tech research lab, Coimbatore

Marketing

1

6

Code Bind Embedded system, Trichy.

sic Embedded System and IoT

1

 

2022-2023

S.No

Name of the   Company

Internship   Details

No. of students participated

1

CRI Pumps,Coimbatore

Electrical Division

4

2

ABC Programming,Chennai

Digital Marketing

1

3

Muskurahat Foundation,Mumbai,Maharastra.

Crowd Funding

1

4

Maxelerator Foundation,Madurai.

Basic Embedded sytem and IOT

1

5

Hamari Pahchan NGO

Social Entrrpreneurship

1

2021-2022

S.No

Name of the   Company

Internship   Details

No. of students participated

1

PT series,Chennai.

Marketing

1

2

Lead And Seal,Chennai.

Core

1

3

Global Marketing Media,Pune.

Marketing

1

4

Amazon private limited,Trichy

Marketing

1

 

MEGAZINE

Value Added Courses

2021-2022

Title: Hands on Training on CST Antenna Designing Tool

Resource Person :

Mrs. S. Kavitha, Associate Professor, Department of ECE, M.A.M College of Engineering and Technology, Siruganur, Tiruchirappalli. 

Date: 09-03-2022

Title: VHDL/Verilog Programming Techniques for IC Design

Resource Person :

  1. Ms. S. Devi Poonguzhali, Assistant Professor, Department of ECE, M.A.M College of Engineering and Technology, Siruganur, Tiruchirappalli. 
  2. Ms. A. Kaviya, Assistant Professor, Department of ECE, M.A.M College of Engineering and Technology, Siruganur, Tiruchirapplli.

Date: 10-03-2022

Title: Introduction to Scilab Programming Techniques

Resource Person :

  1. Mr. B.Syed Moinuddin Bokhari, Associate Professor, Department of ECE, M.A.M College of Engineering and Technology, Siruganur, Tiruchirappalli. 
  2. Mr M.Syed Abdul Salam, Associate Professor, Department of ECE, M.A.M College of Engineering and Technology, Siruganur, Tiruchirapplli.

Date: 11-03-2022

Get in touch

Mr.Gopalsamy.P

Assistant Professor /HOD, MAMCET, Trichy.
MAIL ID: hod.civil@mamcet.com
Mobile no : 9942123722