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Department of Physics

About the Department

The Department of Physics at the School of Basic Sciences, VISTAS was established in July 2016. The Department has committed to provide students with a platform for gaining knowledge covering the depth and breadth as well as equipping them with the skills required to tune them into successful professionals.

The Department of Physics offers B.Sc (PHYSICS) and Ph.D (PHYSICS) programmes since 2017. The Department, through its Engineering Physics course, combines the best of contemporary physics to create professionals who are equally comfortable with both science and technology. The Teaching and Research activities of the department concentrate on Materials Science, Structure determination of single crystals, synthesis of Nano materials towards  scientific applications to the society.

Vision & Mission

Vision 

To establish a framework for excellence and promote the growth of the institution as a leading one  by stimulating and encouraging excitement, desire and passion for Physics in the curriculum and by innovative research

Mission 

  • To provide quality education in both theoretical and experimental Physics, with special emphasis on project-based learning.
  • To promote the developmental activities of the Department by encouraging students to participate in both co-curricular and extracurricular events.
  • To excel in quality teaching and research by attracting the best minds and keeping pace with contemporary research with good infrastructure and facilities.
  • To enhance the teaching-learning process to engage faculty members in research.
  • To create novel ideas through research-based activities.

Courses Offered

  • B.Sc Physics 
  • Ph.D Physics

Student – Teacher Ratio: : 25: 1

Programme Outcomes

PROGRAM OUTCOMES (POs)

PO1: Critical Thinking: Take informed actions after identifying the assumptions that frame our thinking and actions, checking out the degree to which these assumptions are accurate and valid, and looking at our ideas and decisions (intellectual, organizational, and personal) from different perspectives.

PO2: Effective Communication: Speak, read, write and listen clearly in person and through electronic media in English and in one Indian language, and make meaning of the world by connecting people, ideas, books, media and technology.

PO3: Social Interaction: Elicit views of others, mediate disagreements and help reach conclusions in group settings.

PO4: Effective Citizenship: Demonstrate empathetic social concern and equity centred national development, and the ability to act with an informed awareness of issues and participate in civic life through volunteering.

PO5: Ethics: Recognize different value systems including your own, understand the moral dimensions of your decisions, and accept responsibility for them.

PO6: Environment and Sustainability: Understand the issues of environmental contexts and sustainable development.

PO7: Self-directed and Life-long Learning: Acquire the ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context socio-technological changes.

Curriculum & Syllabus

CURRICULUM & SYLLABUS

MINIMUM CREDITS TO BE EARNED: 140

CategoryCourseHours per week
Credits
LectureTutorialPractical
LANGLanguage–I
(Tamil, Hindi & French)

3

0

0

3
ENGEnglish – I3003
COREProperties of Matter & Acoustics4105
COREMechanics4105
COREMathematics – I4004
COREPractical Physics – I0042
AECCCommunication Skills1022
Total192624

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Eligibility Criteria

ProgramEligibilityCriteria for Merit
B.Sc. PhysicsPass in +2, HSC or equivalent with Biology / Maths / Physics / ChemistryMerit based on percentage of marks secured in the qualifying examination.

Career Prospects

CAREER PROSPECTS

 

Scientist position in

  • Defense Research and Development Organization (DRDO)
  • National Physical Laboratory (NPL)
  • Physical Research Laboratory, Ahmadabad
  • Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO)
  • Nuclear science centre, New Delhi
  • Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC)
  • Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL)
  • National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC)

Other position in various fields

  • Railway sector, State Bank of India (SBI)
  • Staff Selection Commission
  • Banking Sectors and UPSC
  • Lab Supervisor in Industries
  • Consulting Physicist
  • Technician
  • Teacher
  • Assistant Scientist
  • Radiologist

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Fee Structure

Tuition Fee 2024 - 2025 (Per Sem)Other Fee (Per Sem)
Total Fee 2024 - 2025 (Per Sem)
14,00012,00026,000

School of Physiotherapy

Facilities

  1. 1. Labs:
    1. Exercise Therapy Lab
    2. Electrotherapy Lab
    3. Anatomy Museum
    4. PG Research Lab for
      1. Ortho/Neuro/ Hand/OBG
      2. Cardio
      3. Pediatrics
    5. Hydrotherapy Unit at Pallavaram campus
  2. Library (Books & Digital)
  3. Auditorium
  4. Playground
  5. In Campus Hostel
  6. Transport Facility

Programme Outcomes

PROGRAM OUTCOME (PO)

PO1: During this BPT degree, one can gain a comprehensive knowledge of physiotherapy, including areas such as Orthopedics, neurology, cardiac & Respiratory conditions, OBG and preventative health care. 

PO2: The Bachelor of Physiotherapy incorporates significant clinical and professional  training opportunities, providing hands-on experience with real patients in a supervised environment. 

PO3: Students will have the ability to effectively work with patients and other Clients with respect to the care of individuals, specific groups, communities or populations 

PO4: Students will have the Demonstrated skills that support lifelong learning in personal and professional development 

PO5: One can apply a distinct body of knowledge, skills and attitudes, incorporating ethical action, to improve the health and well-being of patients & other Clients.

Programme Outcomes (POs) & Programme Specific Outcomes(PSOs)

PROGRAM OUTCOME (PO)

PO1: Graduates of the Master of Physiotherapy program will demonstrate communication skills to Work creatively and effectively to uphold the professional standards and relationships with a range of stakeholders like patients, care takers, family members and other clients.

PO2: Graduates of the Master of Physiotherapy program will demonstrate cognitive and creative skills to Critically evaluate and apply physiotherapy approaches, paradigms and techniques and utilise appropriate, evidence-based skills, techniques and practice in managing and treating people with injury, disability or illness in a range of health care and/or rehabilitation settings.

PO3: Graduates of the Master of Physiotherapy program will demonstrate technical skills to Integrate the core areas of physiotherapy practice with emphasis on demonstrated mastery of evidence-based practice, clinical skills, clinical reasoning and decision making in order to apply creativity and initiative to new situations in professional practice

PO4: Graduates of the Master of Physiotherapy program will demonstrate the broad application of knowledge and skills to solve problems individually and independently justify diagnostic decisions and management strategies on basic of clinical assessment findings.

PO5: Graduates of the Master of Physiotherapy program will demonstrate technical skills to apply treatment methods and techniques, to address client needs, safely and with appropriate regard to professional and legislative guidelines, standards and requirements

 

PROGRAM SPECIFIC OUTCOMES (PSO)

PSO1: To understand in depth of cardio respiratory evaluation and interpret the relevant laboratory findings, radiological and cardio respiratory investigations.

PSO2: To understand the working knowledge and emergency equipment’s available in cardio respiratory unit.

PSO3: To demonstrate evidence-based guidelines on clinical decision-making skills in cardio respiratory physiotherapy.

Programme Outcomes (POs) & Programme Specific Outcomes(PSOs)

PROGRAM OUTCOME (PO)

PO1: Graduates of the Master of Physiotherapy program will demonstrate communication skills to Work creatively and effectively to uphold the professional standards and relationships with a range of stakeholders like patients, care takers, family members and other clients.

PO2:Graduates of the Master of Physiotherapy program will demonstrate cognitive and creative skills to Critically evaluate and apply physiotherapy approaches, paradigms and techniques and utilise appropriate, evidence-based skills, techniques and practice in managing and treating people with injury, disability or illness in a range of health care and/or rehabilitation settings.

PO3:Graduates of the Master of Physiotherapy program will demonstrate technical skills to Integrate the core areas of physiotherapy practice with emphasis on demonstrated mastery of evidence-based practice, clinical skills, clinical reasoning and decision making in order to apply creativity and initiative to new situations in professional practice.

PO4:Graduates of the Master of Physiotherapy program will demonstrate the broad application of knowledge and skills to solve problems individually and independently justify diagnostic decisions and management strategies on basic of clinical assessment findings.

PO5:Graduates of the Master of Physiotherapy program will demonstrate technical skills to apply treatment methods and techniques, to address client needs, safely and with appropriate regard to professional and legislative guidelines, standards and requirements.

Programme Outcomes (POs) & Programme Specific Outcomes(PSOs)

PROGRAM OUTCOME (PO)

PO1:Graduates of the Master of Physiotherapy program will demonstrate communication skills to Work creatively and effectively to uphold the professional standards and relationships with a range of stakeholders like patients, care takers, family members and other clients.

PO2: Graduates of the Master of Physiotherapy program will demonstrate cognitive and creative skills to Critically evaluate and apply physiotherapy approaches, paradigms and techniques and utilise appropriate, evidence-based skills, techniques and practice in managing and treating people with injury, disability or illness in a range of health care and/or rehabilitation settings.

PO3: Graduates of the Master of Physiotherapy program will demonstrate technical skills to Integrate the core areas of physiotherapy practice with emphasis on demonstrated mastery of evidence-based practice, clinical skills, clinical reasoning and decision making in order to apply creativity and initiative to new situations in professional practice.

PO4: Graduates of the Master of Physiotherapy program will demonstrate the broad application of knowledge and skills to solve problems individually and independently justify diagnostic decisions and management strategies on basic of clinical assessment findings.

PO5: Graduates of the Master of Physiotherapy program will demonstrate technical skills to apply treatment methods and techniques, to address client needs, safely and with appropriate regard to professional and legislative guidelines, standards and requirements.

 

PROGRAM SPECIFIC OUTCOMES (PSO)

PSO1: To learn the past and current literature on relevant aspects of orthopaedic physical therapy.

PSO2: To assess plan and interpret various musculoskeletal conditions and plan the relevant advanced therapeutic methods.

PSO3: To apply evidence-based practice and clinical decision making to improve the musculoskeletal research.

Programme Outcomes (POs) & Programme Specific Outcomes(PSOs)

PROGRAM OUTCOME (PO)

PO1: Graduates of the Master of Physiotherapy program will demonstrate communication skills to Work creatively and effectively to uphold the professional standards and relationships with a range of stakeholders like patients, care takers, family members and other clients.

PO2:Graduates of the Master of Physiotherapy program will demonstrate cognitive and creative skills to Critically evaluate and apply physiotherapy approaches, paradigms and techniques and utilise appropriate, evidence-based skills, techniques and practice in managing and treating people with injury, disability or illness in a range of health care and/or rehabilitation settings.

PO3:Graduates of the Master of Physiotherapy program will demonstrate technical skills to Integrate the core areas of physiotherapy practice with emphasis on demonstrated mastery of evidence-based practice, clinical skills, clinical reasoning and decision making in order to apply creativity and initiative to new situations in professional practice.

PO4:Graduates of the Master of Physiotherapy program will demonstrate the broad application of knowledge and skills to solve problems individually and independently justify diagnostic decisions and management strategies on basic of clinical assessment findings.

PO5:Graduates of the Master of Physiotherapy program will demonstrate technical skills to apply treatment methods and techniques, to address client needs, safely and with appropriate regard to professional and legislative guidelines, standards and requirements.

 

PROGRAM SPECIFIC OUTCOMES (PSO)

PSO1: To demonstrate critical, analyse of relevant published literature in neurological physiotherapy.

PSO2: To demonstrate evidence-based practice methods in clinical decision-making skills in neurological research

PSO3: To plan relevant advanced therapeutic methods in treating neurological patients.

Programme Outcomes (POs) & Programme Specific Outcomes(PSOs)

PROGRAM OUTCOME (PO)

PO1: Graduates of the Master of Physiotherapy program will demonstrate communication skills to Work creatively and effectively to uphold the professional standards and relationships with a range of stakeholders like patients, care takers, family members and other clients.

PO2:Graduates of the Master of Physiotherapy program will demonstrate cognitive and creative skills to Critically evaluate and apply physiotherapy approaches, paradigms and techniques and utilise appropriate, evidence-based skills, techniques and practice in managing and treating people with injury, disability or illness in a range of health care and/or rehabilitation settings.

PO3:Graduates of the Master of Physiotherapy program will demonstrate technical skills to Integrate the core areas of physiotherapy practice with emphasis on demonstrated mastery of evidence-based practice, clinical skills, clinical reasoning and decision making in order to apply creativity and initiative to new situations in professional practice.

PO4:Graduates of the Master of Physiotherapy program will demonstrate the broad application of knowledge and skills to solve problems individually and independently justify diagnostic decisions and management strategies on basic of clinical assessment findings.

PO5:Graduates of the Master of Physiotherapy program will demonstrate technical skills to apply treatment methods and techniques, to address client needs, safely and with appropriate regard to professional and legislative guidelines, standards and requirements.

 

PROGRAM SPECIFIC OUTCOMES (PSO)

PSO1: To acquire sufficient knowledge in Obstetrics and gynaecology surgeries.

PSO2: To provide the quality assessment in both antenatal and postnatal mothers in the community.

PSO3: To demonstrate various exercise regimen for both antenatal and postnatal mothers.

PSO4: To demonstrate evidence-based guidelines on clinical decision-making skills in Obstetrics and gynaecology physiotherapy.

Programme Outcomes (POs) & Programme Specific Outcomes(PSOs)

PROGRAM OUTCOME (PO)

PO1: Graduates of the Master of Physiotherapy program will demonstrate communication skills to Work creatively and effectively to uphold the professional standards and relationships with a range of stakeholders like patients, care takers, family members and other clients.

PO2:Graduates of the Master of Physiotherapy program will demonstrate cognitive and creative skills to Critically evaluate and apply physiotherapy approaches, paradigms and techniques and utilise appropriate, evidence-based skills, techniques and practice in managing and treating people with injury, disability or illness in a range of health care and/or rehabilitation settings.

PO3:Graduates of the Master of Physiotherapy program will demonstrate technical skills to Integrate the core areas of physiotherapy practice with emphasis on demonstrated mastery of evidence-based practice, clinical skills, clinical reasoning and decision making in order to apply creativity and initiative to new situations in professional practice.

PO4:Graduates of the Master of Physiotherapy program will demonstrate the broad application of knowledge and skills to solve problems individually and independently justify diagnostic decisions and management strategies on basic of clinical assessment findings.

PO5:Graduates of the Master of Physiotherapy program will demonstrate technical skills to apply treatment methods and techniques, to address client needs, safely and with appropriate regard to professional and legislative guidelines, standards and requirements.

 

PROGRAM SPECIFIC OUTCOMES (PSO)

PSO1: To recognize the key importance of child health priority of the country.

PSO2: To understand and identify the social economical, biological and emotional determinants of the child

PSO3: To evaluate a complete physical assessment including the neurodevelopmental, behavioural and anthropometric measurements of the child and provide advanced therapeutic interventions in Paediatric physiotherapy.

PSO4: To demonstrate evidence-based guidelines on clinical decision-making skills in Paediatric physiotherapy

Programme Outcomes (POs) & Programme Specific Outcomes(PSOs)

PROGRAM OUTCOME (PO)

PO1: Graduates of the Master of Physiotherapy program will demonstrate communication skills to Work creatively and effectively to uphold the professional standards and relationships with a range of stakeholders like patients, care takers, family members and other clients.

PO2:Graduates of the Master of Physiotherapy program will demonstrate cognitive and creative skills to Critically evaluate and apply physiotherapy approaches, paradigms and techniques and utilise appropriate, evidence-based skills, techniques and practice in managing and treating people with injury, disability or illness in a range of health care and/or rehabilitation settings.

PO3:Graduates of the Master of Physiotherapy program will demonstrate technical skills to Integrate the core areas of physiotherapy practice with emphasis on demonstrated mastery of evidence-based practice, clinical skills, clinical reasoning and decision making in order to apply creativity and initiative to new situations in professional practice.

PO4:Graduates of the Master of Physiotherapy program will demonstrate the broad application of knowledge and skills to solve problems individually and independently justify diagnostic decisions and management strategies on basic of clinical assessment findings.

PO5:Graduates of the Master of Physiotherapy program will demonstrate technical skills to apply treatment methods and techniques, to address client needs, safely and with appropriate regard to professional and legislative guidelines, standards and requirements.

 

PROGRAM SPECIFIC OUTCOMES (PSO)

PSO1: To demonstrated sufficient understanding of knowledge in sports physiotherapy.

PSO2: To develop the ability of on field examination and plan the appropriate care using advanced therapeutic interventions.

PSO3: To develop the skill of critically evaluating a journal on the field of sports physiotherapy.

PSO4: To demonstrate evidence-based guidelines on clinical decision-making skills in sports physiotherapy.

Curriculum & Syllabus

CURRICULUM & SYLLABUS

CategoryCodeCourseHours/WeekCr'sCASEETotal
LTP
Core22CBPT001TPsychology - Theory50054060100
Core22CBPT002TSociology - Theory50054060100
Core22CBPT003TAnatomy – I – Theory50054060100
22CBPT003PAnatomy – I – Viva00214060100
Core22CBPT004TPhysiology – I - Theory50054060100
22CBPT004PPhysiology – I - Viva00214060100
Elective22DBPT101DSE Elective – I - Theory20024060100
Total220424

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Curriculum & Syllabus

CURRICULUM & SYLLABUS

MINIMUM CREDITS TO BE EARNED: 100

CategoryCodeCourseHours/WeekCr'sCASEETotal
LTP
Core22CMPT001TBasic Sciences – Theory50054060100
22CMPT001PBasic Sciences – Viva00214060100
Core22CMPT002TExercise Physiology & Movement Mechanics – Theory50054060100
22CMPT002PExercise Physiology & Movement Mechanics –Viva00214060100
Core22CMPT003TResearch Methodology& Biostatistics - Theory40044060100
Core22CMPT004TPT Ethics & Entrepreneurship - Theory40044060100
Practical22PMPT001Physical Diagnosis & Management - Practical00634060100
Total1801022

 

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Curriculum & Syllabus

CURRICULUM & SYLLABUS

MINIMUM CREDITS TO BE EARNED: 100

CategoryCodeCourseHours/WeekCr'sCASEETotal
LTP
Core22CMPT001TBasic Sciences – Theory50054060100
22CMPT001PBasic Sciences – Viva00214060100
Core22CMPT002TExercise Physiology & Movement Mechanics – Theory50054060100
22CMPT002PExercise Physiology & Movement Mechanics –Viva00214060100
Core22CMPT003TResearch Methodology& Biostatistics - Theory40044060100
Core22CMPT004TPT Ethics & Entrepreneurship - Theory40044060100
Practical22PMPT001Physical Diagnosis & Management - Practical00634060100
Total1801022

 

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Curriculum & Syllabus

CURRICULUM & SYLLABUS

MINIMUM CREDITS TO BE EARNED: 100

CategoryCodeCourseHours/WeekCr'sCASEETotal
LTP
Core22CMPT001TBasic Sciences – Theory50054060100
22CMPT001PBasic Sciences – Viva00214060100
Core22CMPT002TExercise Physiology & Movement Mechanics – Theory50054060100
22CMPT002PExercise Physiology & Movement Mechanics –Viva00214060100
Core22CMPT003TResearch Methodology& Biostatistics - Theory40044060100
Core22CMPT004TPT Ethics & Entrepreneurship - Theory40044060100
Practical22PMPT001Physical Diagnosis & Management - Practical00634060100
Total1801022

 

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Curriculum & Syllabus

CURRICULUM & SYLLABUS

MINIMUM CREDITS TO BE EARNED: 100

CategoryCodeCourseHours/WeekCr'sCASEETotal
LTP
Core22CMPT001TBasic Sciences – Theory50054060100
22CMPT001PBasic Sciences – Viva00214060100
Core22CMPT002TExercise Physiology & Movement Mechanics – Theory50054060100
22CMPT002PExercise Physiology & Movement Mechanics –Viva00214060100
Core22CMPT003TResearch Methodology& Biostatistics - Theory40044060100
Core22CMPT004TPT Ethics & Entrepreneurship - Theory40044060100
Practical22PMPT001Physical Diagnosis & Management - Practical00634060100
Total1801022

 

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Curriculum & Syllabus

CURRICULUM & SYLLABUS

MINIMUM CREDITS TO BE EARNED: 100

CategoryCodeCourseHours/WeekCr'sCASEETotal
LTP
Core22CMPT001TBasic Sciences – Theory50054060100
22CMPT001PBasic Sciences – Viva00214060100
Core22CMPT002TExercise Physiology & Movement Mechanics – Theory50054060100
22CMPT002PExercise Physiology & Movement Mechanics –Viva00214060100
Core22CMPT003TResearch Methodology& Biostatistics - Theory40044060100
Core22CMPT004TPT Ethics & Entrepreneurship - Theory40044060100
Practical22PMPT001Physical Diagnosis & Management - Practical00634060100
Total1801022

 

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Curriculum & Syllabus

CURRICULUM & SYLLABUS

MINIMUM CREDITS TO BE EARNED: 100

CategoryCodeCourseHours/WeekCr'sCASEETotal
LTP
Core22CMPT001TBasic Sciences – Theory50054060100
22CMPT001PBasic Sciences – Viva00214060100
Core22CMPT002TExercise Physiology & Movement Mechanics – Theory50054060100
22CMPT002PExercise Physiology & Movement Mechanics –Viva00214060100
Core22CMPT003TResearch Methodology& Biostatistics - Theory40044060100
Core22CMPT004TPT Ethics & Entrepreneurship - Theory40044060100
Practical22PMPT001Physical Diagnosis & Management - Practical00634060100
Total1801022

 

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Curriculum & Syllabus

CURRICULUM & SYLLABUS

MINIMUM CREDITS TO BE EARNED: 100

CategoryCodeCourseHours/WeekCr'sCASEETotal
LTP
Core22CMPT001TBasic Sciences – Theory50054060100
22CMPT001PBasic Sciences – Viva00214060100
Core22CMPT002TExercise Physiology & Movement Mechanics – Theory50054060100
22CMPT002PExercise Physiology & Movement Mechanics –Viva00214060100
Core22CMPT003TResearch Methodology& Biostatistics - Theory40044060100
Core22CMPT004TPT Ethics & Entrepreneurship - Theory40044060100
Practical22PMPT001Physical Diagnosis & Management - Practical00634060100
Total1801022

 

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Eligibility Criteria

ProgramProgram Duration (Year)EligibilityCriteria for Merit
B.P.T4 ½ Years (8 Semesters & 6 Months Internship)50% of marks in aggregate in Physics, Chemistry, Biology / Botany & ZoologyMerit based on percentage of marks secured in the qualifying examinations

Eligibility Criteria

ProgramProgram Duration (Year)EligibilityCriteria for Merit
M.P.T (Adv. PT in Cardio. Res. Dis)2 Years (4 Semesters)B.P.T Degree in recognized UniversityMerit based on percentage of marks secured in the qualifying examinations

Eligibility Criteria

ProgramProgram Duration (Year)EligibilityCriteria for Merit
M.P.T (Hand Conditions)2 Years (4 Semesters)B.P.T Degree in recognized University






Merit based on percentage of marks secured in the qualifying examinations

Eligibility Criteria

ProgramProgram Duration (Year)EligibilityCriteria for Merit
M.P.T (Orthopedics)2 Years (4 Semesters)B.P.T Degree in recognized University






Merit based on percentage of marks secured in the qualifying examinations

Eligibility Criteria

ProgramProgram Duration (Year)EligibilityCriteria for Merit
M.P.T (Neurology)2 Years (4 Semesters)B.P.T Degree in recognized University






Merit based on percentage of marks secured in the qualifying examinations

Eligibility Criteria

ProgramEligibilityCriteria for MeritProgram Duration (Year)
M.P.T (Obstetrics & Gynaecology)B.P.T Degree in recognized UniversityMerit Based on percentage of marks secured in the qualifying examination.2 Years (4 Semesters)

Eligibility Criteria

ProgramProgram Duration (Year)EligibilityCriteria for Merit
M.P.T (Pediatrics)2 Years (4 Semesters)B.P.T Degree in recognized University






Merit based on percentage of marks secured in the qualifying examinations

Eligibility Criteria

ProgramProgram Duration (Year)EligibilityCriteria for Merit
M.P.T (Sports)2 Years (4 Semesters)B.P.T Degree in recognized UniversityMerit based on percentage of marks secured in the qualifying examinations

Career Prospects

CAREER PROSPECTS

 

  • Lecture
  • Clinical researcher
  • Private practise
  • Physiotherapist in Multinational company as corporate physiotherapist
  • Physical fitness Advisor in Gym
  • Ergonomic expert in companies which involve manual labour and automated machines
  • Consultant Physiotherapist in hospitals, Multi – speciality centre, rehabilitation centre, Special schools,and old age home
  • Developmental therapist for special children
  • Health care support member in Oncology
  • Chief Physiotherapist in Private clinics

Career Prospects

CAREER PROSPECTS

 

  • Cardio- Resp. physiotherapist in Hospitals & Clinic
  • Physiotherapist as public health official
  • Assistant Professor in Cardio- Resp Department
  • Researcher in the field of Cardio- Respiratory Diseases
  • Editors in International and National Physiotherapy Journals
  • Rehabilitation expert in post operative management

Career Prospects

CAREER PROSPECTS

 

  • Hand physiotherapist in Hospitals & Clinic
  • Physiotherapist as public health official
  • Assistant Professor in Hand Condition Department
  • Researcher in the field of Hand Conditions
  • Editors in International and National Physiotherapy Journals
  • Rehabilitation expert in post operative management

Career Prospects

CAREER PROSPECTS

 

  • Orthopedic physiotherapist in Hospitals & Clinic
  • Geriatric physiotherapist in old age home
  • Physiotherapist as public health official
  • Assistant Professor in Orthopedics Department
  • Researcher in the field of Orthopedics
  • Editors in International and National Physiotherapy Journals
  • Rehabilitation expert in post operative management

Career Prospects

CAREER PROSPECTS

 

  • Neuro physiotherapist in Hospitals & Clinic
  • physiotherapist in old age home
  • Physiotherapist as public health official
  • Assistant Professor in Neuro Department
  • Researcher in the field of Neurology
  • Editors in International and National Physiotherapy Journals
  • Rehabilitation expert in post operative management

Career Prospects

CAREER PROSPECTS

 

  • Physiotherapist as public health official
  • Assistant Professor in OBG Department
  • Researcher in OBG field
  • Editors in International and National Physiotherapy Journals
  • Field experts in women’s health and fitness
  • Rehabilitation expert in post operative management

Career Prospects

CAREER PROSPECTS

 

  • Paediatric physiotherapist in special schools
  • Physiotherapist as public health official
  • Assistant Professor in the Pediatric Department
  • Researcher in Pediatric field
  • Editors in International and National Physiotherapy Journals
  • Rehabilitation expert in post operative management

Career Prospects

CAREER PROSPECTS

 

  • Sports Physiotherapist as on-field and off-field management in sports
  • Physiotherapist as public health official
  • Assistant Professor in Sports Department
  • Researcher in the field of Sports Injury
  • Editors in International and National Physiotherapy Journals
  • Rehabilitation expert in post operative management among Sports Person

Alumni Testimonials

Alumni Testimonials

Fee structure

Tuition Fee 2024 - 2025 (Per Sem)Other Fee (Per Sem)
Total Fee 2024 - 2025 (Per Sem)
28,00024,00052,000

Fee Structure

Tuition Fee 2024 - 2025 (Per Sem)Other Fee (Per Sem)
Total Fee 2024 - 2025 (Per Sem)
26,00023,00049,000

Fee Structure

Tuition Fee 2024 - 2025 (Per Sem)Other Fee (Per Sem)
Total Fee 2024 - 2025 (Per Sem)
26,00023,00049,000

Fee Structure

Tuition Fee 2024 - 2025 (Per Sem)
Other Fee (Per Sem)
Total Fee (Per Sem)
26,000
23,000
49,000

Fee Structure

Tuition Fee 2024 - 2025 (Per Sem)Other Fee (Per Sem)
Total Fee 2024 - 2025 (Per Sem)
26,00023,00049,000

Fee Structure

Tuition Fee 2024 - 2025 (Per Sem)Other Fee (Per Sem)
Total Fee 2024 - 2025 (Per Sem)
26,00023,00049,000

Fee Structure

Tuition Fee 2024 - 2025 (Per Sem)Other Fee (Per Sem)
Total Fee 2024 - 2025 (Per Sem)
26,00023,00049,000

Fee Structure

Tuition Fee 2024 - 2025 (Per Sem)Other Fee (Per Sem)
Total Fee 2024 - 2025 (Per Sem)
26,00023,00049,000

B.Sc Chemistry

Program Educational Objectives

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEO)

PEO 1: To provide, knowledge based on value based education and ethical leadership in the professional and social life.

PEO 2: To provide the professional consultancy and research support for the relevant organization in the domain of super specialization.

PEO 3: To provide skills of observations and drawing logical inferences from the scientific experiments.

PEO 4: To encourage leadership qualities in graduates with strong communication skills, mould them as good team players and managers so that they have the competence to function effectively in multi-disciplinary orientation team

PEO 5: To gain knowledge of chemistry, physics and mathematics through theory and practical.

Programme Outcomes & Program Specific Outcomes

PROGRAM OUTCOMES (PO)

PO 1 : Problem analyze: Identify, formulate, review research literature and analyze the chemicalproblems reaching substantiated conclusions using basics concepts of mathematics, physics and biology.

PO 2 : Design and development of solutions: Design solutions for complex chemical problems and design systems, components or processes that meet specified needs with appropriate consideration for public health and safety, cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.

PO 3 : Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research based knowledge and including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of information to provide valid conclusions.

PO 4 : Gain Knowledge from basic concepts upto the level of application in to relevant Industries.

PO 5 : Elementary teaching entrepreneur in a small scale projects.

 

PROGRAM SPECIFIC OUTCOMES (PSO)

PSO 1: Global level research opportunities to pursue Ph.D programme targeted approach of CSIR –NET examination

PSO 2: Enormous job opportunities at all level of chemical, instrumentations, food products industries, life oriented material industries.

PSO 3: Specific placements in R & D & Allied Division

Curriculum & Syllabus

BSc Chemistry Curriculum

MINIMUM CREDITS TO BE EARNED: 140

CategoryCourse Hours per week
CreditsMaximum Marks
LectureTutorial PracticalCASEETotal
LANGTamil I/Hindi / French I30034060100
ENGEnglish I30034060100
COREBasic Chemistry31044060100
COREChemistry of Hydrocarbon31044060100
COREMathematics I40044060100

CORE
Inorganic Quantitative Analysis And Inorganic Preparations Practical- PracticaI I00424060100
COREOrganic Preparations Practical-Practical-II00424060100
AECCCommunication Skills10224060100
SECOrientation/Induction Programme/Life skills
-

-

-

-

-

-

-
Total1721024


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Eligibility Criteria

ProgramProgram Duration (Year)EligibilityCriteria for Merit
B.Sc Chemistry3 Years (6 Semesters)Pass in (10+2) with science stream or any other examination recognized as equivalentMerit based on the percentage of marks secured in the qualifying examination

Career Prospects

CAREER PROSPECTS

 

  • Chemist
  • Toxicologist
  • Pharmacy Assistant
  • Laboratory Assistant
  • Lab Technician
  • Demonstrator ( forensic medicine)
  • Medical Data entry operator
  • Cytologist
  • Technical Writer
  • Medical lab technician
  • Tutor

faculty

Sl. No.
Name of the Faculty
Designation
Educational Qualification
Area of Specialization
Experience in Years
Vidwan IDPhotos
1Dr.R.A.KalaivaniProfessor & DeanM.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.D.Graphene, Sensors(Bio & Chem), Fuel Cell & Battery and Nano Particles20years,1months265427
2Dr.Gavaskar.DAssociate Professor & HODM.Sc., NET, Ph.D.Synthetic Organic Chemistry7years,2months173920
3Dr.Somanathan.TProfessorM.Sc., Ph.D.Nanomaterials & Catalysis13 Years 5 months173895
4Dr.Sudha.RAssociate Professor M.Sc., M.Phil, Ph.D.Single Crystal Studies & Organic Synthesis14years,1months173829
5Dr.Revathi.MAssociate ProfessorM.Sc., M.Phil, Ph.DElectrochemistry & Water Treatment Technology10 years 2 months173985
6Dr.Magesh SampathAssociate ProfessorM.Sc.,Ph.D,PDFSynthetic Organic Chemistry & Medical Chemistry0years,8months-
7Dr.Sriraman.VAssistant ProfessorM.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.DSynthetic Organic Chemistry , Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Spectroscopy20 years 3 months-
8Dr.Andal.PAssistant ProfessorM.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.D.Kinetics and Nanotechnology7 years 2 months173883
9Dr.Sowmya.SAssistant ProfessorM.Sc.,M.Phil, Ph.DElectrospinning, Nanofibers & Biomedical Applications.11 years 1 month237407
10Dr.Kosiha.AAssistant ProfessorM.Sc., Ph.D.Bioinorganic Computational Chemistry and Material Sciences10 years 2 months173929
11Dr.S.KotteswaranAssistant ProfessorM.Sc., Ph.DSolar cells, Batteries and Super Capacitors1 year 4 months-489730
12Dr.Jayalakshmi.SAssistant ProfessorM.Sc, M.Phil, Ph.DMetallic Coatings and Corrosion studies8 years 2 months429616
13Dr.Priya.MAssistant ProfessorM.Sc, Ph.DFuel Cells5 years428533
14Dr.Ramamurthy.KAssistant ProfessorM.Sc,M.Phil,Ph.DFluroscence and Photo chemistry4 years490321
15Dr.Deepa.SAssistant ProfessorM.Sc,Ph.DChemsensor7 years426951
16Dr.Padmapriya.AAssistant ProfessorM. Sc., M.Phil., Ph.D.,Sensors, Batteries, Quantum dots, DET,Poto catalysis18.5 years427057-

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Fee Structure

Tuition Fee 2024 - 2025 (Per Sem)Other Fee (Per Sem)
Total Fee 2024 - 2025 (Per Sem)
14,00012,00026,000

B.Com CA

Course Outcomes

PROGRAM OUTCOMES:
Study of this program will provide wide knowledge both in commerce and Computer software applications.

PO1: Program includes various accounting courses, enables the students to gain theoretical and problem solving ability of the students.

PO2: Business software applications courses like Tally will enable the students to start a small software business of self employment.

PO3: These courses have opened the floodgates in the area of computers and other core industries, and other professional studies CA, ICWA etc.

PO4: Courses of this program provide bright future in the IT fields, Software, Banks, Companies, BPOs and KPOs.

PO5: This program courses consist of both theoretical as well as good practical exposures to the students in the relevant areas to meet the industries expectations.

PO6: Courses of the program provide the cost benefit analysis and SWOT analysis enables the students for cost consciousness of each and every business operations.

PROGRAMME SPECIFIC OUTCOMES
B.COM [COMPUTER APPLICATION]:

PSO1: Programme provides the outcome of Accounting, Banking, Cost Accounting, Management Accounting, Computer Language, Software and Software application in the Commerce.

PSO2:  Programme curriculum result in the office atomization with computers and computer software application.

PSO3: Programme has opened the floodgates in the eve of software application jobs in the eve of trade Commerce, Business, Banking, Insurance and in related eve of business.

PSO4: Self employmnt coidenes development.

PSO5: Students will get the Practical skill to work as accountant, audit assistant,Tax consultant and computer operatorsas well as financial supporting services.

Programme Educational Outcome (PEO)

PEO1: To enhance the computer literacy and its applicability in busiess through latest

PEO2:Verson on tally and e-commerce principles.

PEO3:To familiarise with communication motivation and leadership towards directing and to analyse the process of controlling system.

PEO4:To develop the decision making skill through costing methods , practical application of business sotware for communication ,report writing and preparation of computerized accounting.

PEO5:Formulating business problems and provide innovative solutions this molding the students into future visionaries ad management leaders.

PEO6:Students will learn relevant Advanced accounting career skills, applying both quantitative and qualitative knowledge to their future careers in corportes.

M.Sc. Applied Medical Biotechnology and Clinical Research

Programme Outcomes

PROGRAM OUTCOME (PO)

PO-1: Graduates will able to have knowledge on the basic of applied clinical process..

PO-2: Handling of sophisticated instrumentations and interpretation and analysis of
clinical data.

PO-3: Developing an interdisciplinary approach and a rational thinking.

PO-4: Designing of research projects that are cost effective, ecofriendly, potent and
beneficial to human health.

PO-5: Making the graduates to demonstrate their communication effectively and
scientifically in both verbal and written form as independent researcher.

PO-6: Providing a broad educational, and analytical knowledge necessary to make the
students for appearing in competitive examinations.

PO-7: Generating the graduates with an ability to identify, formulate and solve to
deliver process/product with professional, societal and ethical responsibilities.

PO-8: Graduates will be able to recognize need for self-learning and lifelong learning.

PO-9: The student will be able design, solve the application-oriented problem in
medical biotechnological field through project-based learning.

PO-10: Demonstrate their ability to work effectively in team and Improvising the
technical skills and implying them.

Curriculum & Syllabus

CURRICULUM & SYLLABUS

MINIMUM CREDITS TO BE EARNED: 90

SEMESTER1Hours/WeekMaximum Marks
Code No.CourseLectureTutorialPracticalCreditsCASEETotal
CoreCore 1
Cell and Molecular Biology
40044060100
CoreCore 2
Applied Medical
Biochemistry
40044060100
CoreCore 3
Medical Microbiology
40044060100
CoreCore 4
Medical Microbiology
& Medical
Biochemistry Practical
00424060100
DSEDSE 1
Human Genetics and
Developmental biology
40044060100
DSEDSE 2
Biostatistics, Epidemiology &
Public health
40044060100
SECSoft Skill 1/
Sector Skill Course
20024060100
Total220424

 

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Eligibility Criteria

ProgramEligibilityCriteria for Merit
M.Sc. Applied Medical Biotechnology & Clinical ResearchDegree in B.Sc Zoology, Botany, Chemistry, Biology, Biotech, Biochemistry, Microbiology, Home Science, Physics, Genetics, B.Sc Agri., B.V.Sc, B.F.Sc, B.Sc MLT, BDS, MBBS & B.Pharm
Merit - Based on percentage of marks secured in the qualifying examination.

Career Prospects

CAREER PROSPECTS

 

  • Biomedical Engineer
  • Quality controller
  • Medical Scientist
  • Clinical Technician
  • Microbiologist
  • Process Development Scientist
  • Biomanufacturing Specialist
  • Business Development Manager
  • Product Strategist
  • Biopharma Sales Representative
  • Medical Scientist
  • Biotechnological Technician
  • Epidemiologist
  • Microbiologist
  • Medical and Clinical Lab Technologist
  • Biomanufacturing Specialist
  • Bioproduction Specialist
  • R&D Scientist
  • Tutor/Teacher / Professor
  • Medical Coder

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Fee Structure

Tuition Fee 2023 - 2024 (Per Sem)
Other Fee (Per Sem)
Total Fee (Per Sem)
37,500
10,000
47,500

M.E. Automobile Engineering

Programme Outcomes (POs) & Programme Specific Outcomes(PSOs)

PROGRAMME OUTCOMES (PO)

PO-1: Scientific knowledge: Graduates will acquire biochemistry/biotechnology /
bioinformatics/ microbiology specific knowledge including recent techniques in the respective
fields coupled with hands-on skills and leadership skills for a successful career.

PO-2: Problem analysis: Graduates will be able to analyse, solve and troubleshoot problems in
implementation of biochemistry/biotechnology/ microbiological protocols.

PO-3: Design/development of solutions: Graduates will develop creative thinking and cooperate
with each other to solve problems in the field of biochemistry/biotechnology/bioinformatics/
microbiology.

PO-4: Conduct investigations of complex problems: Graduates will acquire practical skills –
which help in planning and designing protocols to validate hypothesis and execute experimental
techniques independently as well as assimilate, analyse and interpret subsequent data.

PO-5: Modern tool usage and communication: Graduates will effectively be able to manage
resources and time using ICT and computer enabled devices and accomplish ability to
understand and communicate all ideas effectively.

PO-6: Environment sustainability and Ethics: Graduates will get adequate knowledge to use
information and implement solutions for environmental protection and remediation. Graduates
will be aware of their role and responsibility in handling and use of microbes including
genetically modified microorganisms.

PO-7: Lifelong learning: Graduates will carry on to learn and adapt in a world of constantly
evolving technology.

PROGRAMME SPECIFIC OUTCOMES (PSO)

PSO-1: Select, design, conduct experiments, and interpret data of an automotive system to meet the requirements of an automobile industry by using modern engineering tools and software.

PSO-2: Produce the appropriate techniques and modern engineering hardware and software tools in the design and integration of automotive system for the advancement of technology.

Curriculum & Syllabus

CURRICULUM & SYLLABUS

MINIMUM CREDITS TO BE EARNED: 140

Hours/WeekMaximum Marks
SEMESTER 1
CategoryCodeLectureTutorialPracticalCreditsCASEETotal
LANG21LTAM11/2
1LHIN11/
21LFRE11
Tamil I /
Hindi / French
30034060100
ENGNG 21LENG11 English I30034060100
CORE21CBCG11Financial
Accounting-I
41054060100
CORE21CBCG12 Business
Management
41054060100
CORE21CBCG113Managerial
Economics
50054060100
AECC21ABCG111 Communication
Skills
10224060100
SEC Orientation /
Induction program /
Life skills
-------
202223

 

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Eligibility Criteria

ProgramEligibilityCriteria for Merit
M.E. Automobile EngineeringA pass in B.E / B.Tech (Auto / Mech / Production / Manufacturing / Mechatronics)Candidate with Section A & B Certificate Holders and other similar certificate holders of professional bodies or societies (Eg.AMIE) recognized by Ministry of HED, Govt. of India are considered as equivalent to B.E.

Career Prospects

CAREER PROSPECTS

 

  • Bioinformatics Research Scientist
  • Bioinformatics Engineer
  • Bioinformatics Analyst
  • Clinical pharmacologist
  • Program Specialist
  • Pharmacogenomics
  • Computational Biologist
  • Bioinformatics Data Scientist
  • Health care Associates
  • Clinical Data Developer

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Fee Structure

Tuition Fee 2024 - 2025 (Per Sem)
Other Fee (Per Sem)
Total Fee 2024 - 2025 (Per Sem)
90,000 10,000 1,00,000

Advance Diploma in Nautical Science

Eligibility Criteria

ProgramEligibilityCriteria for MeritProgram Duration (Year)
Advanced Diploma in Nautical Science (Formerly HND Nautical Science) in partnership with City of Glasgow College, UKA pass in 10+2 or its equivalent examination in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics group. Age: Max 25 years on the date of commencement of the course.Merit based on percentage of marks secured in the qualifying examination together with 10+2 marks

Medical Standard: Candidate should be physically fit for sea service under standard norms with minimum unaided vision in each eye to be 6/6 and with no colour blindness.
2 Years (4 Semesters)

Career Prospects

CAREER PROSPECTS

 

  • Captain
  • Navigation Officer
  • Nautical Operations Controller
  • Merchant Navy operations manager
  • Maintenance Officer
  • Cargo and Shipment Manager
  • Indian Navy
  • Indian Coast Guard
  • Oceanographer
  • Port Operations officer
  • Instructor
  • Logistics Manager

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Fee Structure

Semester - 1Semester - 2Semester - 3Semester - 4Total Fees
200500200500**401000 + 250 GBP (to COGC)
NANAGBP 13080 Approx

M.Sc. Data Science and Business Analytics

Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEO)

PEO1: Possess knowledge and understanding of group dynamics, recognize opportunities, and contribute positively to collaborative-multidisciplinary scientific research.

PEO2: Critically analyze complex problems and apply independent judgment for fusing information to Conduct Research in a wider theoretical, practical, and policy context in Computer Science.

PEO3: Understand the relevance of the research to society by the ethical and economic connotations of research outcomes and an understanding of the responsibility to contribute to the community for sustainable development of society.

PEO4: Apply appropriate research methodologies, techniques, and tools, design, conduct experiments, analyze and interpret data, demonstrate higher order skill, and contribute individually or in groups to the development of technological knowledge in Computer Science.

PEO5: Demonstrate a capacity for self-management and teamwork, decision-making based on open-mindedness, objectivity, and rational analysis to achieve common goals.

Programme Outcomes (POs) & Programme Specific Outcomes(PSOs)

PROGRAM OUTCOME (PO)

PO1: Critical Thinking: Apply knowledge of Computer Science to identify, and analyze problems and provide effective solutions in the area of Computing.

PO2: Computing Skills and Ethics: Analyse a problem, and identify and define the computing requirements appropriate to its solution.

PO3: Analytical skill: Ability to design, develop algorithms, and provide software solutions to cater the industrial needs.

PO4: Modern Tool Usage: Use current techniques, skills, and tools necessary for computing practices

PO5: Employability Skills: Inculcate skills to excel in the fields of Information Technology and its Enabled services, Government and Private sectors, Teaching and Research.

PO6: Ethics: Insists ethical responsibilities, and human and professional values, and makes their contribution to the society.

PO7: Self-Directed and Life-long Learning: Engaged in lifelong learning to equip them to a changing environment and be prepared to take up mastering programs.

PO8: Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or a leader in diverse team and multidisciplinary settings.

PO9: Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.

PO10: Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the problem and management principles and apply these to one’s work, as a member, and engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s work, as a member.

PO11: Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.

PO12: 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.

PROGRAMME SPECIFIC OUTCOME (PSO)

PSO1: Be an expert as a System/Network Administrator with comprehensive knowledge in Network design & analysis, Network security, and Software-defined networks.

PSO2: Be a proficient Software Engineer by obtaining exhaustive knowledge in Software Requirement Analysis, Design, Coding, Testing, and Documentation.

PSO3: Inculcate students to communicate effectively and to improve their competency skills to solve real-time problems.

Curriculum & Syllabus

CURRICULUM & SYLLABUS
MINIMUM CREDITS TO BE EARNED: 90

Code NoCourseHours/WeekMaximum Marks
LectureTutorialPracticalCreditsCASEESEE
CoreFundamentals of Data Science 40044060100
CoreJava & Data Structures40044060100
CoreAdvanced DBMS30034060100
Core – PracticalData Structures using Java Lab00424060100
Core – PracticalRDBMS Lab00424060100
DSEDSE 130034060100
DSEDSE 230034060100
SECSoft Skill 120024060100
190823

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Eligibility Criteria

ProgramYearsEligibilityCriteria for Merit
M.Sc. Data Science and Business Analytics2 Years (4 Semesters)Bachelor degree in Computer Applications/ Computer Science / BCA- Data Science / B.Sc - Data Science/ Information Technology/ Mathematics/ Statistics / Physics / Electronic Science / B.E Computer Science / B.Tech - ITMerit based on the percentage of marks secured in the qualifying examination

Career Prospects

CAREER PROSPECTS

  • Software Developer
  • Data Scientist
  • Machine Learning Engineer
  • Cloud Architect
  • Software Architect
  • IT Infra Manager
  • Software Testing Engineer
  • Data Analyst
  • Data Engineer
  • Database Engineer
  • Web Designer
  • Information Officer
  • Computer Programmer
  • Computer Scientist
  • Computer Systems Analyst
  • Database Administration
  • Information Systems Manager
  • Web Developer

 

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Fee Structure

Tuition Fee 2024 - 2025 (Per Sem)Other Fee (Per Sem)
Total Fee 2024 - 2025 (Per Sem)
27,00018,00045,000

CERTIFICATE COURSE Bakery planning and Operations

Curriculum and Syllabus

 

Name of the coursePractical + Theory creditsHours per week/ Days per weekTotal hours
Bakery planning and operations3+19 hours / 3 hours per day144 contact hours + 320 IET hours

Syllabus

Course Outcome:

CO 1: Techniques to prepare and present pastry and bakery products

CO 2: Practices to present the finish products.

CO 3: Manage Inventory and stock level management

CO 4: Implement practices to assist in menu preparation, price determination and cost control

CO 5: Understand the protocols related to confidentiality of the organizational information and perform all the activities to maintain health, hygiene, and safety at the workplace guests’ privacy

Unit I: Introduction to concept and role of Pastry /Bakery department

  1. Attributes required for pastry / bakery commis
  2. Scope of Hospitality Industry
  3. Roles and responsibilities of a Pastry/Bakery Commis
  4. Scope of work for a Pastry/Bakery Commis
  5. Basic glossary used in the Pastry/Bakery department.

Unit II: Introduction to Pastry /Bakery Products

  1. Procedure of using different equipment
  2. Procedure of preparing a damage report for the kitchen equipment.
  3. Tools and equipment required for preparation, baking, and finishing the pastry/bakery product
  4. Appropriate practices to organize the work area/station
  5. Best practices to maintain personal hygiene
  6. Causes of risks and potential hazards in the workplace and ways to prevent them

PRACTICAL MENU:

WEEK 1WEEK 2WEEK 3
Yeast dough
Sandwich bread

Burger bun

Fancy rolls (sweet)
Yeast dough (savoury)
Focaccia

Pizza (assorted toppings)

Braided ( savoury)
Tea cakes
Cupcakes

Banana caramel cake

Walnut cake
WEEK 4WEEK 5WEEK 6
Sponge cakes
Genoise

Fatless sponge

Gel sponge
Cookies
Nankathai

Melting moments

Choco chip cookies
Biscuits
Butter biscuits

Coconut biscuits

Savory biscuits
WEEK 7WEEK 8WEEK 9
Hot puddings
Bread & butter pudding

Christmas pudding

Caramel custard
Cold set desserts
Jellies

Mousse

Cold soufflé
Short crust pastry
Tarts

Pies

Flan
WEEK 10WEEK 11WEEK 12
Puff pastry
1.Veg puff
2. Cheese straws
3. Palmers
Choux pastry
Profiteroles

Eclairs

Paris Brest
Danish dough
Pinwheel Danish

Cinnamon rolls

Croissants

Doughnuts
WEEK 13WEEK 14WEEK 15
Decorated cakes
Black forest cake

Birthday cake

Assorted pastries
Chocolate garnishes
Demonstration
Sugar and other garnishes
Sauces

Fillings

Glazes
WEEK 16WEEK 17 to WEEK 24
Presentation techniques
Plate presentation
ON THE JOB TRAININGON THE JOB TRAINING

Unit III: Stock taking and Inventory control

  1. Methods to manage the stock level
  2. Activities to assist in menu preparation, price determination and cost control
  3. Perform the tasks to maintain inventory status report.
  4. Labeling the ingredients and finished items.
  5. Food costing and cost control methods

Unit IV: Organizational Ethics and Customer privacy

  1. Maintaining the confidentiality of the organization protocols related to the privacy of customer information.
  2. Procedures to report the infringement of IPR to the concerned person
  3. Methods of storage and disposal procedures of confidential information as per specification.
  4. Analyze Intellectual Property issues and policies affecting the organization and customer privacy.
  5. Procedures to report the infringement of IPR to the concerned person.

Unit V: On job training

  1. Practices to write recipes of different types of pastry/bakery products
  2. Professional practices to pack bakery/pastry finished products to sell and store
  3. Perform tasks to prepare a store inventory report and get items from store
  4. Segregation and disposal of the waste as per the standards
  5. Activities to maintain health, hygiene, and safety at the workplace.

Reference:

  1. The new international confectioner- Wilfred J.Fance,virtue-london,1981.
  2. Roux brothers on Patisserie-Michel roux, Albert roux ,little brown publications,1993.
  3. Sugar work –Peter T.Boyle, Van Nostrand Reinhold co.,New York,1982.
  4. Professional baking, 2nd edition- Wayne Gisslen , Wiley Publications,Singapore,1984.
  5. Understanding Baking, revised II edition- Joseph Amendola, TR Publications Pvt.Ltd.

DURATION

6 MONTHS

ELIGIBILITY FOR ADMISSION

Program Duration (Year)
Eligibility
Criteria for Merit
6 months
Pass in 8th Std., from any board
Merit based on the percentage of marks secured in the qualifying examination

COURSE OBJECTIVES

  • To understand the nature and evolution of hospitality industry and its various sub-sectors.
  • To study the duties & responsibilities of food & beverage service trainee along with the
  • attributes required.
  • To execute food and beverage service operations
  • To manage orders and serve the ordered food and beverage to the guests as per standards.
  • To attain customer satisfaction by understanding customer requirement and providing
  • services as per market standards

CAREER PROSPECTS

Entry level staff like Waiters, Trainee captains in Food and Beverage outlets at Hotels, Multi chain Restaurants , Food courts in multi-national company

Fee structure

Tuition Fee 2024 - 2025 (Per Sem)Other Fee (Per Sem)
Total Fee 2024 - 2025 (Per Sem)
20,0005,00025,000

 

B.Sc. Information Security and Digital Forensics

Programme Outcomes

Curriculum & Syllabus

Eligibility Criteria

Career Prospects

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Fee Structure

Tuition Fee 2023 - 2024 (Per Sem)Other Fee (Per Sem)Total Fee (Per Sem)
35,0006,50041,500

M.Tech Computer Integrated Manufacturing (Working Professionals)

Eligibility Criteria

ProgramProgram Duration (Year)EligibilityCriteria for Merit
M.Tech Computer Integrated Manufacturing2 Years
(4 Semesters)
Passed Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent in the relevant field.
Obtained at least 50% marks (45% marks in case of candidates belonging to reserved category) in the qualifying examination.
Merit based on GATE/ TANCET/ Vels Entrance Examination and percentage of mark secured in the qualifying examination

Fees Structure

Tuition Fee 2024 - 2025 (Per Sem)Other Fees (Per Sem)Total Fee 2024 -2025 (Per Sem)
30,00019,00049,000

Department of Civil Engineering

Vision & Mission

Vision of the Department  

To achieve national and international recognition by becoming a collaborative centre for learning & innovation and preparing the student-engineers to be stewards of a sustainable society by enhancing their innovative spirit, developing their professional and leadership qualities to face the challenges of the society and provide sustainable solutions

Mission of the Department 

  1. To train  students by disseminating the knowledge of engineering, science and technology through in- plant trainings, internships, value added courses and industrial visits
  2. To assist  students in discovering their talents and skills to become experts/entrepreneurs in solving the contemporary issues of civil engineering
  3. To equip  students with relevant sustainable and engineering approaches to the built and natural environment by raising their professional and leadership qualities for creating a sustainable society
  4. To motivate  students to pursue higher education and compete at the global level
  5. To collaborate with leading industrial organizations and educational institutions in India and abroad for creating centre of excellence in emerging areas of Civil engineering

Programme Outcomes

 

PROGRAMME OUTCOMES (PO)

Graduates in Civil Engineering will acquire and possess ability to

PO 1  Engineering Knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization for the solution of complex civil engineering problems.

PO 2  Problem Analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature, and analyse 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 civil 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  Investigations on Complex Problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.

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  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 the 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 the 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 work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.

PO 12  Life-long Learning: Recognise the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

Programmes Offered

  • B.E. Civil Engineering
  • M.E. Construction Engineering and Management
  • Ph.D in Civil Engineering

 

Faculty – Student Ratio:  1: 18

Curriculum & Syllabus 2018

CURRICULUM & SYLLABUS

MINIMUM CREDITS TO BE EARNED: 170

CategoryCode No.CourseHours / Week
LectureTutorialPracticalCredits
Humaniti
es
18GBE201English2002
Basic Science18GBE001Physics (Mechanics and Mechanics of Solids)
3

1

0

4
Basic Science18GBE002
Mathematics – I

3

1

0

4
Engg Course
18GBE003

Basic Electrical Engineering

3

1

0

4
Engg Course
18GBE004

Engineering Graphics & Design

1

0

4

3
Humaniti es Lab
18GBE202

English Lab

0

0

2

1
Basic Science
18GBE005

Physics Lab

0

0

2

1
Engg Lab18GBE006Electrical Engineering Lab0021
Total1231020

 

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About the Department

The department of Civil Engineering was started in the year 2009 as a part of the School of Engineering at VISTAS (NAAC “A” Grade accredited University). The department offers a 4 year B.E. Civil Engineering, 2 year M.E. Construction Engineering and Management and Ph.D programmes. The programmes offered by the department are approved by UGC and AICTE. The Department has well qualified and experienced faculty in various disciplines such as Transportation Engineering,Water Resources Engineering, Irrigation System Engineering, Structural Engineering, Geotechnical Engineering, Construction Engineering and Management, Environmental Engineering, Remote Sensing, etc. It is equipped with contemporary equipments and instruments in spacious laboratories like Strength of Materials Laboratory, Fluid Mechanics and Machinery Laboratory, Computer Aided Design and Drafting Laboratory, Surveying Laboratory, Estimation and Valuation Laboratory, Concrete and Structural Testing Laboratory, Geotechnical Engineering Laboratory, Environmental and Highway Engineering Laboratories..

The Department is actively engaged in various consultancy works in structural engineering, material testing, water quality testing, planning and design of civil structures, sustainable construction materials etc. The department collaborates with the construction industry, service sector organization and community educationto organize various value added courses, hands on training workshops, societal awareness campaigns etc to sensitize students in their social responsibilities in shaping up as good citizens and to bridge the gap between the institution and industry.  The aim of the Department is to provide academic leadership in the area of education and training, research and development for improvement and innovations in technical education systems thereby creating professionals with excellent leadership and societal skills for creating a sustainable society.

Curriculum & Syllabus 2022

CURRICULUM & SYLLABUS

MINIMUM CREDITS TO BE EARNED: 170

CategoryCourseHours / Week
LectureTutorialPracticalCreditsCASEETotal
HSC English2--24060100
BSCPhysics (Mechanics and Mechanics of Solids)
3
--34060100
BSC
Mathematics – I

3

1
-44060100
ESCBasic Electrical and Electronics Engineering
3
--34060100
ESCEngineering Graphics and Design
1
-
4

3
4060100
HSCEnglish Laboratory--
2

1
4060100
BSC
Physics Lab
--
2

1
4060100
ESCBasic Electrical and Electronics Engineering Laboratory--214060100
MC Constitution of India2---100
MC Student Induction Student Induction
Program
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1411018123

 

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Eligibility Criteria

ProgramCriteria for MeritEligibilityCriteria for Merit
B.E. Civil Engineering4 Years
(8 Semesters)
"First Year:
Passed 10+2 examination with Physics/ Mathematics/ Chemistry/ Computer Science/ Electronics/ Information Technology/ Biology/ Informatics Practices/ Biotechnology/ Technical Vocational subject/ Agriculture/ Engineering Graphics/ Business Studies/ Entrepreneurship as per table 8.4 Agriculture stream (for Agriculture Engineering) Obtained at least 45% marks (40% marks in case of candidates belonging to reserved category) in the above subjects taken together.
OR
Passed D.Voc. Stream in the same or allied sector. (The Universities will offer suitable bridge courses such as Mathematics, Physics, Engineering drawing, etc., for the students coming from diverse backgrounds to prepare Level playing field and desired learning outcomes of the programme)

Lateral Entry (to Second Year)
Passed Minimum THREE years / TWO years (Lateral Entry) Diploma examination with at least 45% marks (40% marks in case of candidates belonging to reserved category) in ANY branch of Engineering and Technology.
OR
Passed B.Sc. Degree from a recognized University as defined by UGC, with at least 45% marks (40% marks in case of candidates belonging to reserved category) and passed 10+2 examination with Mathematics as a subject.
OR
Passed B.Voc/3-year D.Voc. Stream in the same or allied sector. (The Universities will offer suitable bridge courses such as Mathematics, Physics, Engineering drawing, etc., for the students coming from diverse backgrounds to achieve desired learning outcomes of the programme)"
"
Merit based on Vels Entrance Examination and percentage of mark secured in the qualifying examination"

Programme Outcomes

PROGRAM OUTCOME (PO)

PO-1: Scientific knowledge: Graduates will acquire biochemistry/biotechnology /
bioinformatics/ microbiology specific knowledge including recent techniques in the respective
fields coupled with hands-on skills and leadership skills for a successful career.

PO-2: Problem analysis: Graduates will be able to analyse, solve and troubleshoot problems in
implementation of biochemistry/biotechnology/ microbiological protocols.

PO-3: Design/development of solutions: Graduates will develop creative thinking and cooperate
with each other to solve problems in the field of biochemistry/biotechnology/bioinformatics/
microbiology.

PO-4: Conduct investigations of complex problems: Graduates will acquire practical skills –
which help in planning and designing protocols to validate hypothesis and execute experimental
techniques independently as well as assimilate, analyse and interpret subsequent data.

PO-5: Modern tool usage and communication: Graduates will effectively be able to manage
resources and time using ICT and computer enabled devices and accomplish ability to
understand and communicate all ideas effectively.

PO-6: Environment sustainability and Ethics: Graduates will get adequate knowledge to use
information and implement solutions for environmental protection and remediation. Graduates
will be aware of their role and responsibility in handling and use of microbes including
genetically modified microorganisms.

PO-7: Lifelong learning: Graduates will carry on to learn and adapt in a world of constantly
evolving technology.

Career Prospects

CAREER PROSPECTS

 

  • Construction managers
  • Geotechnical Engineers
  • Environmental Engineers
  • Public Health Engineers
  • Quantity Surveyors
  •  Transportation Engineers
  • Urban Planners
  • Engineering Geologist
  • Contractors
  • Entrepreneurs
  • BIM Expert
  • Planning and Scheduling Engineer
  • City Planner
  • Safety Engineer
  • Disaster Management Response Engineer
  • Fire and Risk Assessment Engineer
  • Seismic Design Engineer etc.

Alumni Testimonials

Alumni Testimonials

Alumni Testimonials

Alumni Testimonials

Fee Structure

Tuition Fee 2024 - 2025 (Per Sem)Other Fee (Per Sem)
Total Fee 2024 - 2025 (Per Sem)
30,00019,00049,000

Fee Structure

Tuition Fee 2024 - 2025 (Per Sem)
Other Fee (Per Sem)
Total Fee (Per Sem)
32,000
28,000
60,000

Programme Outcomes

PROGRAM OUTCOME (PO)

PO1: Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.



PO2:Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.



PO3: 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 the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.



PO4: Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.



PO5: Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.



PO6: 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.



PO7: 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.


Fee Structure

Tuition Fee per yearAdministration FeeRegistration FeeMisc.
(Per Sem)
Skill Enhancement Fee
(Per Year)
Exam Fee
(Per Sem)
At the time of admissionEven SemOdd Sem
30,000 6,8003,3003005,000310033,50018,40023,400

Fee Structure

Tuition Fee 2024 - 2025 (Per Sem)
Other Fee (Per Sem)
Total Fee (Per Sem)
32,000
28,000
60,000

Programme Outcomes

PROGRAM OUTCOME (PO)

PO1:Identify and define problems, gather data related to the problem, generate and
prioritize a set of alternative solutions, and select and implement the best alternative incorporating the recommendations of relevant codes of practice.

PO2: Analyze, design, conduct numerical experiments, and interpret data of complex construction technology management problems.

PO3: Apply construction management practices and principles to a project and lead the team for efficient project management considering economical and financial factors.

PO4: Analyze the impact of engineering solutions on environment and the need for sustainable development.

PO5: Use the techniques, skills, advanced modern engineering tools, instrumentation and software packages necessary for engineering practice.

PO6: Acquire competent technical knowledge to practice construction profession and develop ideas to amalgamate the existing and contemporary knowledge.

Curriculum & Syllabus

CURRICULUM & SYLLABUS

MINIMUM CREDITS TO BE EARNED: 80

CategoryCourseHours/WeekCreditsMaximum Marks
Lecture Tutorial Practical CASEETotal
Program CoreConstruction Planning Scheduling and Control31044060100
Program CoreModern Materials of Construction 31044060100
Foundation CourseStatistical Methods and Queuing Theory31044060100
Program ElectiveProgram Elective I31044060100
Program CoreConstruction Planning and Scheduling Laboratory - I00424060100
Program CoreComputing Lab in Construction Management - I00424060100
Mandatory coursesResearch Methodology and IPR20024060100
Audit CourseTechnical Seminar I00004060100
Total144822

 

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Curriculum & Syllabus

CURRICULUM & SYLLABUS

MINIMUM CREDITS TO BE EARNED: 140

Hours/WeekMaximum Marks
SEMESTER 1
CategoryCodeLectureTutorialPracticalCreditsCASEETotal
LANG21LTAM11/2
1LHIN11/
21LFRE11
Tamil I /
Hindi / French
30034060100
ENGNG 21LENG11 English I30034060100
CORE21CBCG11Financial
Accounting-I
41054060100
CORE21CBCG12 Business
Management
41054060100
CORE21CBCG113Managerial
Economics
50054060100
AECC21ABCG111 Communication
Skills
10224060100
SEC Orientation /
Induction program /
Life skills
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202223

 

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Eligibility Criteria

ProgramProgram Duration (Year)EligibilityCriteria for Merit
B.Sc Bio Chemistry3 Years (6 Semesters)Pass in +2, HSC or equivalent with Biology / Maths / Botany, Zoology / Physics / Chemistry / Nutrition & Dietetics, Microbiology, BiochemistryMerit based on the percentage of marks secured in the qualifying examination

Faculty of the Department

Sl.
No.
Name of the FacultyDesignationEducational QualificationArea of SpecializationDate of JoiningNature of AssociationPhotos
1Dr C Antony JeyaseharProfessorB.E
(Hons), M.E., Ph.D.
Health Monitoring of structures, New Materials, Non Destructive Testing28.07.2023Regular
2Dr.Ilango.TProfessor & Head M.Tech., Ph.D.Non-Motorized Transportation, Sustainable construction and materials, Traffic Engineering & Road
Safety Audit
01.07.2015Regular
3Dr.Jino.RAssociate ProfessorM.Tech., Ph.D1) Drone based survey & 3D Mapping for Urban Planning
2) Application of Digital Photogrammetry & Advanced Survey techniques in Civil Engineering
3) GIS Modeling in Construction Management"
01.07.2015Regular
4Dr.Kalyana Chakravarthy.P.RAssistant ProfessorM.Tech., Ph.DStructural Engineering, Structural Health Monitoring01.07.2011Regular
5Dr Sheena A DAssistant ProfessorM.E, Ph.DRemote Sensing& GIS Applications18.07.2022Regular
6Dr.DurgaLakshmi.SAssistant ProfessorM.E., Ph.DEarthquake Engineering, Energy Efficient Building
& Municipal Solid Waste
Management
01.07.2013Regular
7Dr.Sharmilaa GanesanAssistant ProfessorM.E.,Ph.DAir Pollution03.08.2015Regular
8Dr Sabarish K VAssistant ProfessorM.Tech., Ph.DOptimization techniques in construction, Construction Project
Management
21.05.2016Regular
9Dr Soundarya.M.K.Assistant ProfessorM.E., Ph.DSoil Stabilization18.07.2014Regular
10Dr.Janani RAssistant ProfessorM.Tech., Ph.DConstruction project management, Sustainable construction methods18.07.2014Regular
11Ms.Manju.KAssistant ProfessorM.E., (Ph.D)Structural Engineering03.07.2017Regular
12Ms. G.K. Abinaya IshwaryaAssistant ProfessorM.E., (Ph.D)Materials, Structural Engineering and Surveying02.07.2018Regular
13Ms. M. NivedhithaAssistant ProfessorM.E., (Ph.D)Structural Engineering and Non motorized transportation10.07.2018Regular
14Mr.Shaik Mohammad IshaqRoshanBashaAssistant ProfessorM.E.,Construction Planning and Scheduling28.08.2020Regular
15Mrs BharaniPriyaAssistant ProfessorM.E.,Construction Management and Sustainable materials28.08.2020Regular
16Mrs V DhivyaAssistant ProfessorM.Tech.,Advanced Construction Technology01.09.2023Regular

 

Eligibility Criteria

Program
EligibilityCriteria for Merit
B.Sc. MathematicsPass in +2, HSC or equivalent with Biology / Maths / Physics / ChemistryMerit based on percentage of marks secured in the qualifying examination.

Eligibility Criteria

ProgramEligibilityCriteria for Merit
M.E. Construction Engineering and ManagementA pass in B.E / B.Tech. (Civil)Candidate with Section A & B Certificate Holders and other similar certificate holders of professional bodies or societies (Eg.AMIE) recognized by Ministry of HED, Govt. of India are considered as equivalent to B.E.

Career Prospects

CAREER PROSPECTS

 

  • Data Analyst
  • Machine Learning Engineer
  • Operational Researcher
  • Financial/Investment Analyst
  • Research Assistant/Scientist
  • General Management
  • Actuarial Science
  • Accountancy and Professional Service

Career Prospects

CAREER PROSPECTS

 

  • Construction Planning Engineer
  • Site Engineer
  • Scientists in reputed CBRI
  • Site Engineer, Management Engineer
  • Senior Manager
  • Senior Engineer
  •  Entrepreneur
  • Technical Field Engineer
  • Tunnel Construction Engineer
  • Consultant etc

Career Prospects

CAREER PROSPECTS

 

  • Accountant
  • Financial Analyst
  • Business Manager
  • Marketing Specialist
  • Research Analyst
  • Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA)
  • Certified Management Accountant (CMA)
  • US Certified Public Accounting (CPA)
  • Financial Risk Manager (FRM)
  • Digital Marketing

M.SC Chemistry

Program Educational Objectives(PEO)

 

PEO 1 Postgraduate will have significant opportunities in various service domains at National and International level, and can work as scientist, analyst, quality controller, academics, research organizations and set chemical testing labs.
PEO 2 On the basis of specialized knowledge and experience, postgraduate students will be able to do synthesis, separation, analysis, computational design and development of new products.
PEO 3 Post-graduate have leadership quality to handle all kind of circumstances in diversities by providing interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary learning environment.
PEO 4                                            To encourage leadership qualities in graduates with strong communication skills, mold them as good team players and managers so that they have the competence to function effectively in multi disciplinary orientation teams.
PEO 5 Postgraduate will be able to formulate, investigate and analyze scientifically real life problems along with ethical attitude which works in multidisciplinary team

Program Outcome

 

PO1                   Problem analyze: Identify, formulate, review research literature and analyze the chemical problems reaching substantiated conclusions using basics concepts of mathematics, physics and biology.
PO2 Design and development of solutions: Design solutions for complex chemical problems and design systems, components or processes that meet specified needs with appropriate consideration for public health and safety, cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
PO3 Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research based knowledge and including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of information to provide valid conclusions.

Program Specific Outcome(PSO)

 

PSO1                     To Job opportunities in wide sector of Chemical & Allied industries 
PSO2 Competent to take challenging positions in industry, academics and government sectors by learning various analytical techniques such as UV, IR, NMR, Chromatography etc and their applications.
PSO3 To execute new ideas in the field of research and to develop principles and techniques of science through seminars and the project.

Duration of the Programme

  1.  Two years (four semesters)
  2.  Each academic year shall be divided into two semesters. The odd semesters shall consist of the period from July to November of each year and the even semesters from January to May of each year.

B.Tech BioTechnolody

Programme Educational Objectives (PEO)

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEO)

PEO 1: Graduates will have a strong research-based knowledge to design experiments, analyze and interpret data for scientific inquiry and life-long learning, which may involve post-graduate education as well as success in competitive exams.

PEO 2: Graduates will demonstrate an ability to design, conduct and apply modern tools to interpret the data in chemical and biological systems.

PEO 3: Graduates will have an effective in the concepts of Biosystems design and development, drug discovery and process optimization.

PEO 4: Graduates will develop as a biotechnologist expertise in emerging areas of life sciences and engineering sciences.

PEO 5: Graduates will design and implementation of a pilot scale to industrial process to meet the current needs with the appropriate consideration for public health, safety and environmental considerations.

Programme Outcomes (POs) & Programme Specific Outcomes(PSOs)

PROGRAM OUTCOME (PO)

PO1: Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.

PO2: Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.

PO3: 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 the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.

PO4: Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.

PO5: Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.

PO6: 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.

PO7: 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.

PO8: Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.

PO9: Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.

PO10: 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.

PO11: 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.

PO12: 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 OUTCOME (PSO)

PO1: To investigate challenging problems across various domains with appropriate biological techniques, construct solutions systematically and evaluate their effectiveness.

PO2: Demonstrate the acquired professional and competitive skills for successful career, demonstrating the practice of Professional Ethics and the concerns for Social and Environmental impact technologies.

Curriculum & Syllabus

CURRICULUM & SYLLABUS

MINIMUM CREDITS TO BE EARNED: 170

CategoryCourse TitleLectureTutorialPracticalCreditsCASEETotal
SEMESTER I
BSCEngineering Chemistry3--34060100
BSCMathematics I31-44060100
ESCProgramming for Problem solving3--34060100
ESCBasics of Civil and Mechanical Engineering3--34060100
ESCWorkshop and Manufacturing Practices1-434060100
BSCEngineering Chemistry Laboratory--214060100
ESCProgramming for Problem Solving Laboratory--214060100
MCStudent Induction Program-------
MCUniversal Human Values - 22-----100
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Eligibility Criteria

ProgramProgram Duration (Year)EligibilityCriteria for Merit
B.Tech Biotechnology4 Years
(8 Semesters)
"First Year:
Passed 10+2 examination with Physics/ Mathematics/ Chemistry/ Computer Science/ Electronics/ Information Technology/ Biology/ Informatics Practices/ Biotechnology/ Technical Vocational subject/ Agriculture/ Engineering Graphics/ Business Studies/ Entrepreneurship as per table 8.4 Agriculture stream (for Agriculture Engineering) Obtained at least 45% marks (40% marks in case of candidates belonging to reserved category) in the above subjects taken together.
OR
Passed D.Voc. Stream in the same or allied sector. (The Universities will offer suitable bridge courses such as Mathematics, Physics, Engineering drawing, etc., for the students coming from diverse backgrounds to prepare Level playing field and desired learning outcomes of the programme)

Lateral Entry (to Second Year)
Passed Minimum THREE years / TWO years (Lateral Entry) Diploma examination with at least 45% marks (40% marks in case of candidates belonging to reserved category) in ANY branch of Engineering and Technology.
OR
Passed B.Sc. Degree from a recognized University as defined by UGC, with at least 45% marks (40% marks in case of candidates belonging to reserved category) and passed 10+2 examination with Mathematics as a subject.
OR
Passed B.Voc/3-year D.Voc. Stream in the same or allied sector. (The Universities will offer suitable bridge courses such as Mathematics, Physics, Engineering drawing, etc., for the students coming from diverse backgrounds to achieve desired learning outcomes of the programme)"
"Merit based on Vels Entrance Examination and percentage of mark secured in the qualifying examination"

Career Prospects

CAREER PROSPECTS

 

  • Content Developer
  • Clinical Data analyst
  • Technical experts
  • Operational Executive
  • Junior Research Fellow
  • Clinical Research Associate
  • Quality Engineer
  • Associate Research analyst
  • Quality control Analyst
  • Product Support Specialist
  • Techno Commercial Coordinator

Alumni Testimonials

Fee Structure

Tuition Fee 2024 - 2025 (Per Sem)Other Fee (Per Sem)
Total Fee 2024 - 2025 (Per Sem)
42,00033,00075,000

Diploma in Marine Engineering

Programme Outcomes

PROGRAM OUTCOME (PO)

PO-1: Develop candidates’ understanding, at an advanced level, of professional concepts and techniques in marine operations fields

PO-2: Has specialized insight in maritime operations and its process

PO-3:Can apply knowledge to new area related to maritime operations

PO-4:Develop candidates’ decision-making abilities

PO-5:Enhance and develop technical skills and knowledge as relevant to the particular marine role of the individual

PO-6: Enable candidates to lead innovation in marine organizations’ operations and outputs

PO-7: Enable candidates to manage change and deploy resources in efficient and effective ways

PO-8: Enable candidates to use their professional skills and knowledge to support the development of the organizational capability of marine operations organizations

Curriculum & Syllabus

CURRICULUM & SYLLABUS

MINIMUM CREDITS TO BE EARNED: 141

SEMESTER - I
Hours / Week
Category CodeTitle of the CourseTotal
Hours
LectureTutorialPracticalCredits
AECC 21ADMR11Communication English - I605--3
AECC 21ADMR12Engineering Mathematics - I605--5
CC
21CDMR11
Engineering Physics - I605--3
CC21CDMR12Engineering Chemistry – I605--3
CC21CDMR13Engineering Graphics – I 605--5
SEC 21PDMR11Engineering Physics – I (Practical)30--32
SEC 21PDMR12Engineering Chemistry – I (Practical)30--32
TOTAL36025-623

 

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Eligibility Criteria

ProgramProgram Duration (Year)EligibilityCriteria for Merit
Diploma in Marine Engineering3 Years (6 Semesters)A pass in 10th or its equivalent examination.
Age: Max 20 years on the date of commencement of the course.
Merit based on percentage of marks secured in the qualifying examination.

Career Prospects

CAREER PROSPECTS

 

  • Indian Navy
  • Indian Coast Guard
  • Maintenance Engineer
  • Port Manager
  • Marine Surveyor
  • Ship Operator
  • Ship Yard Engineer

Career Prospects

CAREER PROSPECTS

 

  • Indian Navy
  • Indian Coast Guard
  • Maintenance Engineer
  • Port Manager
  • Marine Surveyor
  • Ship Operator
  • Ship Yard Engineer

Fee Structure

Semester - 1Semester - 2Semester - 3Semester - 4Semester - 5Semester - 6Total Fees
40,00030,00030,00030,00030,00030,0001,90,000

B.A., Western Classical Music

Programme Outcomes

PROGRAM OUTCOME (PO)

PO1:Understanding essentials of a performing art:Learning the rudiments of a Classical art and the various elements that go into the presentation of such an art.

PO2:Developing theoretical knowledge:Learning the theory that goes behind the practice of a performing art supplements the learner to become a holistic practioner.

PO3:Learning History and Culture: The contribution and patronage of various establishments, the background and evolution of Art.

PO4:Allied Art forms:An overview of allied fields of art and exposure to World Music.

PO5:Modern trends:Understanding the modern trends in Classical Arts and the contribution of revolutionaries of this century.

PO6:Contribution to society:Applying knowledge learnt to teach students of future generations.

PO7:Research and Further study:Encouraging further study and research into the field of Classical Art with focus on interdisciplinary study impacting society at large.

Curriculum & Syllabus

CURRICULUM & SYLLABUS

MINIMUM CREDITS TO BE EARNED: 140

Code No. CourseHours/WeekCreditsMaximum Marks
Lecture Tutorial PracticalCASEETotal
LANGTamil I/
Hindi / French
3003406060
ENGEnglish I3003406060
CORE1Theory of Music 1 - Basic Concepts.3104406060
CORE2History of Music – 1 – History of Western Classical Music and Early Music.3104406060
CORE3Practical – 1 Piano Foundation Exercises.2044406060
COREPractical – 2 Drums Rudiments.2044406060
AECCCommunication Skills1022406060
SECOrientation/Induction programme / Life skills-------
Total1721024

 

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Eligibility Criteria

ProgramProgram Duration (Year)EligibilityCriteria for Merit
B.A Western Music3 Years (6 Semesters)Pass in (10+2) or its equivalent or Diploma in Music or DanceMerit based on percentage of marks secured in the qualifying examinations

Career Prospects

CAREER PROSPECTS

 

  • Professional Performer
  • Teaching Faculty at Schools
  • Aboard Programmes
  • Own Institution
  • Cine Music Programme.

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Fee Structure

Tuition Fee 2024 - 2025 (Per Sem)Other Fee (Per Sem)
Total Fee 2024 - 2025 (Per Sem)
13,000 10,000 23,000

B.Sc. Optometry

Program Educational Objectives

Program Educational Objectives (PEO)

 

PEO I: To impart knowledge in ophthalmic and systemic care

PEO II: To create professional Optometrists with a skillful understanding of ophthalmic procedures and definitive diagnoses

PEO III: To nurture professional, ethical and compassionate behavior and standards.

PEO IV: To develop empathy and understanding in graduates and create responsible professionals who address the health care needs of the community and work for its betterment

PEO V: To strengthen the communication skills and work on leadership   qualities.

Programme Outcomes & Program Specific Outcome

PROGRAM OUTCOMES (PO)

 

PO1: Working in the nutritional and environmental counselling domain.

PO2: Efficiency in using modern techniques and technologies for providingvision care.

PO3: Demonstrating professional and clinical competence in the practiceof
optometry.

PO4: Strengthening the critical acumen of students to work efficientlyin
inter- disciplinary and multi-disciplinary health care projects

PO5: Nurturing their skills and preparing them for the optical clinic industry&trade

Program Specific Outcome (PSO):

PSO I: Able to correct refractive error and provide spectacle prescription

PSO II: Able to fit, evaluate, prescribe and dispense contact lensesforrefractive correction and ocular conditions

PSO III: Able to assess the low vision and provide comprehensivelowvisioncare

Curriculum & Syllabus

Curriculum & Syllabus

  • Semester – I
    General Anatomy
    General Physiology
    General Biochemistry
    Geometrical Optics Nutrition Theory
    Communication and Soft Skills
  • Semester – II
    Ocular Anatomy
    Ocular Physiology
    Ocular Biochemistry
    Physical Optics
    Geometrical Optics-II
    Basic Computers & Information Science
  • Semester – III
    Basic & Ocular Microbiology
    Visual optics –I
    Optometric optics-I
    Basic and Ocular Pharmacology
    Ocular Diseases –I
    Clinical examination of visual system
    Psychology
  • Semester – IV
    Optometric optics–II & Dispensing Optics
    Visual Optics- II
    Ocular Disease- II
    Pathology
    Optometric Instruments
    Clinical Optometry
  • Semester – V
    Contact lens–I
    Low Vision care
    Geriatric Optometry
    Pediatric Optometry
    Binocular Vision- I
    Systemic Disease
    Medical Law and Ethics
  • Semester – VI
    Contact Lens–II
    Binocular Vision –II
    Public Health & Community Optometry
    Occupational Optometry
    Practice Management
    Statistics and Research Methodology
  • Semester VII & VIII
    Project
    Internship

Programme Outcomes

PROGRAM OUTCOMES (PO)

 

PO1: Working in the nutritional and environmental counselling domain.

PO2: Efficiency in using modern techniques and technologies for providingvision care.

PO3: Demonstrating professional and clinical competence in the practiceof
optometry.

PO4: Strengthening the critical acumen of students to work efficientlyin
inter- disciplinary and multi-disciplinary health care projects

PO5: Nurturing their skills and preparing them for the optical clinic industry&trade

Program Specific Outcome (PSO):

PSO I: Able to correct refractive error and provide spectacle prescription

PSO II: Able to fit, evaluate, prescribe and dispense contact lensesforrefractive correction and ocular conditions

PSO III: Able to assess the low vision and provide comprehensivelowvisioncare

Eligibility Criteria

ProgramProgram Duration (Year)EligibilityCriteria for Merit
B.Sc Optometry4 Years (8 Semesters)Pass in +2, HSC or equivalent with Physics, Chemitry, Biology/ Botany / ZoologyMerit based on the percentage of marks secured in qualifying examination

Career Prospects

Career Prospects

  • There is a huge demand of optometrist in the country. The profession not only gives immense opportunities of employment but also gives student a chance of self-employment too. There are multiple options available to choose from depending upon career interests or ability to perform skill.
  • Independent optometric clinic with optical store.
  • Optometry practice management at eye institutions/hospitals as an optometrist
  • A rewarding career in corporate in eye care industry such as contact lenses, ophthalmic lenses etc.
  • Excellent job opportunities both in India as well as overseas.

Fee Structure

Tuition Fee 2024 - 2025 (Per Sem)
Other Fee(per sem)Total Fee 2024 -2025 (Per Sem)
42,90028,10071,000

B.A. Astrology

Programme Outcomes

Curriculum & Syllabus

Eligibility Criteria

Career Prospects

Alumni Testimonials

Fee Structure

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Master of Business Administration (M.B.A)

Eligibility

Any Bachelor Degree from the recognized University / Institutions.

Fees structure

Rs.12,500 per semester (4 semesters) plus Registration charges.

Curriculum & Syllabus

First Year-First Semester

Course CodeCourse TitleCreditsMaximum Marks
CIAESETotalPass Marks
DCMBA11Management Principles & Organizational Behaviour4307010050
DCMBA12Business Statistics4307010050
DCMBA13Managerial Economics4307010050
DCMBA14Financial Reporting , Statements & Analysis4307010050
DCMBA15Legal & Business Environment4307010050
DCMBA16Business Communication & Soft Skills4307010050
DCMBA17Computer Applications for Business4307010050
Total28210490700

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B.Tech Automation and Robotics

Programme Educational Objectives(PSOs)

PROGRAMME EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES(PSOS)

 

The Graduates will be Automation and Robotics Engineering related technical and aptitude skills to offer best solution to industrial and societal problems.

 

PEO 1: To impart fundamentals of Engineering and Technology and applied Mathematics to transform the students as Mechanical Engineers.

 

PEO 2: To nurture design, analysis and implementation skills to innovate the process or system in Automation and Robotics Engineering with global

context.

 

PEO 3: To imbibe Automation and Robotics Engineering related technical and aptitude skills to offer best solution to industrial and societal problems.

 

PEO 4: To initiate the entrepreneurial activities and leadership qualities of the students through the effective communication skills.

 

PEO 5: To develop the awareness among the students about the various social responsibilities related to Engineering ethics and human values with ecological.

Program Outcomes (POs) & Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs)

PROGRAMME OUTCOMES (POs)

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 analyses

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 the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.

PO 4: Conduct investigations of complex problems

Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.

PO 5 Modern tool usage

Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling 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)

PSO 1 Graduate will be able to acquire core Automation and Robotics Engineering knowledge and able to solve industrial as well as societal

problems with ethical and environmental consciousness.

PSO 2 Graduate will be able to build the nation, by imparting technological concepts and tools on emerging fields through the Managerial and

entrepreneurs skills.

 

Curriculum & Syllabus

B.Tech  Automation and Robotics Engineering

Curriculum & Syllabus

TOTAL NUMBER OF CREDITS: 170

 

CategoryCode No.CourseHours / WeekCreditsMaximum Marks
LectureTutorialPracticalCASEETotal
SEMESTER I
Humanities and Social Sciences21HS101English20024060100
Basic Science21BS101Physics (Introduction to Electromagnetic Theory)31044060100
Basic Science21BS102Mathematics – I (Calculus and Linear Algebra)31044060100
Engineering Course21ES101Basic Electrical Engineering31044060100
Engineering Course21ES102Engineering Graphics & Design10434060100
Basic Science
Lab
21BL101Physics Lab00424060100
Engineering
Lab
21EL101Electrical Engineering Lab00214060100
Humanities
Lab
21HL101English Lab00214060100
Mandatory
Course
Student Induction Program0020000
Total1411021

Eligibility Criteria

Career Prospects

As industries increasingly adopt automation and robotics, there is a growing demand for professionals skilled in these fields to design, implement, and maintain automated systems.

 

  • Robotics Engineer
  • Automation Engineer
  • Control Systems Engineer
  • AI/ML Engineer
  • Automotive
  • Aerospace
  • Healthcare, Logistics
  • Consumer Electronics

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M.Sc Cardiac Technology (5 years) – Integrated Programme

Program Outcomes (PO)

PROGRAM OUTCOMES (PO)

 

After completing this course, students will be able to:-

 

  • Performs diagnostic and interventional cardiac catheterizations and other cardiac related procedures.
  • Inserts small catheters through a needle into the blood vessels and into the heart so that X-rays, angiograms and other recordings can be taken to determine the heart’s structure and function.
  • Assist physicians with patient monitoring during surgery or procedures.
  • Evolve into a full trained, qualified cardiac sonographer and is capable of working independently.
  • Perform Cardiac sonography is a highly specialized field that requires sonographers to use state of the art sonography equipment to image internal body structures (primarily the heart). Students in this program will also be trained in doppler echocardiography.

 

Career Prospects

Career Prospects

 

  • Specialized Technologists in Echocardiography: As an Sc. Echocardiography graduate, students will be well-equipped to work as a specialized technologist in echocardiography departments within hospitals and healthcare facilities. Expertise will involve performing and interpreting echocardiographic studies.
  • Teaching and Research: the students can pursue a career in teaching. Many institutions offer courses related to cardiac care technology, and your knowledge can benefit future generations of healthcare professionals. Additionally, research opportunities exist in the field of echocardiography, where you can contribute to advancements in this
  • Corporate Hospitals and Clinics: Corporate hospitals and clinics often employ echocardiography technologists to conduct diagnostic role may involve collaborating with cardiologists and other medical professionals to assess heart health and provide accurate diagnoses.
  • Application Specialist in Companies: Companies that manufacture echocardiography equipment require application These specialists assist healthcare professionals in understanding and effectively using the equipment. Your expertise in echocardiography can be valuable in this role.
  • International Opportunities: Echocardiography is a globally recognized field. Depending on your interests, you might explore job opportunities abroad. International exposure can enhance your skills and broaden your horizons.

Eligibility Criteria

ProgramProgram Duration (Year)EligibilityCriteria for Merit
M.Sc Cardiac Technology (5 years)5 Years (10 Semesters)Pass in +2, HSC or equivalent with Physics, Chemitry, Biology/ Botany / ZoologyMerit based on the percentage of marks secured in qualifying examination

Fees Structure

Tuition Fee 2024 - 2025 (Per Sem) Other Fees
(Per Sem)
Total Fee 2024 -2025 (Per Sem)
58,60042,4001,01,000

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Fee Structure

Tuition Fee 2024 - 2025 (Per Sem)Other Fee (Per Sem)Total Fee 2024 - 2025 (Per Sem)
63,0008,00071,000

Department of Biotechnology

About the Department

Vels Institute of Science, Technology and Advanced Studies established Department of Biotechnology in the year 2008.  At the time of department initiation, manpower was created from diverse areas of biotechnology from reputed Academic and research organizations. Faculty with post-doctoral research experience, good industrial experience and with more than 10 years of teaching experience, have been part of our team and actively involved in research and development. 

The Department has conducted various seminar/conference/workshop/training in distinct biotechnological fields for department improvement. The faculty of the department have represented their work as presentation at the national and international level in scientific association and conferences. The department has acquired various projects in the last three years from prestigious funding agencies like Ayush, DST-SERB and UGC. 

Apart from this, various initiatives have been taken to improve student learning and their technological skill, which involve guest lecture, industrial visit and soft skills training. The Department has created “Techno Gene Club” in the academic year 2011 – 2012, to date and various programmes have been organized by this club like lectures, competitions, workshops, training programs etc., on various aspects of Biotechnology. The Department started its News Bulletin “Blooming Biotech” to bring to light various achievements made by the staff and students are encouraged to write small articles. 

Further attention was focused on research consultancy and the department has signed Memorandum of Understanding with various research labs and biotech industries in Chennai. Every year the graduated students are placed in various esteemed institution in doctoral and post-doctoral positions, and have become entrepreneurs in reputed biotech industries.

Vision & Mission

Vision of the Department

To educate budding researchers with professional principles to meet the challenges in the field of biotechnology. 

Mission of the Department

To onset a skilful research potential in emerging technological areas like environmental, industrial, agricultural and health for the societal benefit.

Programmes Offered

  • Ph.D Biotechnology
  • M.Phil Biotechnology 
  • M.Sc., Biotechnology 
  • M.Sc., Applied Medical Biotechnology and Clinical Research
  • B.Sc., Biotechnology

 

Faculty-Student Ratio:  1:20

Facilities

The department of Biotechnology has several modern lab facilities & equipments for biotechnological research

Infrastructure

  • Genetic engineering Lab
  • Plant Molecular Biology Lab
  • Animal Tissue Culture Lab
  • Fermentation Technology Lab
  • Phytochemical extraction Lab
  • Microbial Technology Lab
  • Central instrumentation lab

Some of the major equipment include

  • Real Time PCR
  • X-ray diffractometer (XRD)
  • Gel Documentation 
  • Cooling centrifuge
  • ELISA Plate reader & ELISA Washer
  • Cooling Incubator
  • CO2 Incubator with regulator
  • Cooling centrifuge C-24
  • Centrifuge R24
  • Fermentor
  • UV Spectro Photometer
  • Inverted Microscope
  • Rotating Vacuum Flask Evaporator

The centralized laboratory facilities include

  • Dynamic light scattering – Particle Size and Zeta potential analyzer
  • BET Surface area analyzer
  • Field emission scanning electron microscope (FESEM)- Energy Dispersive X-ray spectroscopy (EDS)
  • Confocal Raman Spectroscopy/Imaging
  • Thermogravimetric Analysis (TGA)
  • Differential Scanning Colorimetry (DSC)
  • Fourier Transform IR spectroscopy (FTIR)
  • Atomic Force Microscope (AFM)
  • High Performance Thin Layer Chromatography (HPTLC)
  • Real time polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR)
  • UV-Vis Spectrophotometer
  • Electrochemical Workstation

Programme Outcomes

PROGRAM OUTCOME (PO)

PO-1: Graduates will able to have knowledge on the basic of applied clinical process..

PO-2: Handling of sophisticated instrumentations and interpretation and analysis of
clinical data.

PO-3: Developing an interdisciplinary approach and a rational thinking.

PO-4: Designing of research projects that are cost effective, ecofriendly, potent and
beneficial to human health.

PO-5: Making the graduates to demonstrate their communication effectively and
scientifically in both verbal and written form as independent researcher.

PO-6: Providing a broad educational, and analytical knowledge necessary to make the
students for appearing in competitive examinations.

PO-7: Generating the graduates with an ability to identify, formulate and solve to
deliver process/product with professional, societal and ethical responsibilities.

PO-8: Graduates will be able to recognize need for self-learning and lifelong learning.

PO-9: The student will be able design, solve the application-oriented problem in
medical biotechnological field through project-based learning.

PO-10: Demonstrate their ability to work effectively in team and Improvising the
technical skills and implying them.

Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)

PROGRAMME EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEOs)

PEO 1: The graduates of Biotechnology will able to attain the in-depth knowledge of the basic and application-oriented subjects of Biotechnology and allied fields.

PEO 2: The graduates of Biotechnology will able to gain the ability to use the concept of theories, practical skills and latest technological tools in solving any professional issues independently in a global and societal context.

PEO 3: The graduates of Biotechnology are equipped to design, analyze, conduct and interpret the experiments and data for the development of process/product within the realistic constraints.

PEO 4: The graduates of Biotechnology will continue to learn and update knowledge to become an entrepreneur in a current competitive world of science & technology and also contribute to society.

Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)

PROGRAMME EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEOs)

PEO 1: The post-graduates of Biotechnology will able to attain the in-depth knowledge of the basic and application-oriented subjects of Biotechnology and allied fields.

PEO 2: The post-graduates of Biotechnology will able to gain the ability to use the concept of theories, practical skills and latest technological tools in solving any professional issues independently in a global and societal context.

PEO 3: The post-graduates of Biotechnology are equipped to design, analyze, conduct and interpret the experiments and data for the development of process/product within the realistic constraints.

PEO 4: The Post graduates of Biotechnology will continue to learn and update knowledge to become an entrepreneur in a current competitive world of science & technology and also contribute to society.

Programme Outcomes (POs) & Programme Specific Outcomes(PSOs)

PROGRAMME OUTCOMES (POs)

PO1 Scientific knowledge: Graduates will acquire biochemistry/biotechnology/ bioinformatics/ microbiology specific knowledge including recent techniques in the respective fields coupled with hands-on skills and leadership skills for a successful career.

PO2 Problem analysis: Graduates will be able to analyse, solve and troubleshoot problems in implementation of biochemistry/biotechnology/ microbiological protocols.

PO3 Design/development of solutions: Graduates will develop creative thinking and cooperate with each other to solve problems in the field of biochemistry/ biotechnology/ bioinformatics/ microbiology.

PO4 Conduct investigations of complex problems: Graduates will acquire practical skills – which help in planning and designing protocols to validate hypothesis and execute experimental techniques independently as well as assimilate, analyse and interpret subsequent data.

PO5 Modern tool usage and communication: Graduates will effectively be able to manage resources and time using ICT and computer enabled devices and accomplish ability to understand and communicate all ideas effectively.

PO6 Environment sustainability and Ethics: Graduates will get adequate knowledge to use information and implement solutions for environmental protection and remediation. Graduates will be aware of their role and responsibility in handling and use of microbes including genetically modified microorganisms.

PO7 Lifelong learning: Graduates will carry on to learn and adapt in a world of constantly evolving technology.

 

PROGRAM SPECIFIC OUTCOME (PSO)

PSO1: To impart an ability to apply biotechnology skills (including molecular & micro biology, immunology & genetic engineering, bioprocess & fermentation, enzyme & food technology and bioinformatics) and its applications in core and allied fields

PSO2: Demonstrate the application of Biotechnological processes in industries that are of social and commercial importance.

PSO3: To impart in-depth practical oriented knowledge to students in various thrust areas of biotechnology, so as to meet the demands of industry and academia.

Curriculum & Syllabus

CURRICULUM & SYLLABUS

MINIMUM CREDITS TO BE EARNED: 90

SEMESTER1Hours/WeekMaximum Marks
Code No.CourseLectureTutorialPracticalCreditsCASEETotal
CoreCore 1
Cell and Molecular Biology
40044060100
CoreCore 2
Applied Medical
Biochemistry
40044060100
CoreCore 3
Medical Microbiology
40044060100
CoreCore 4
Medical Microbiology
& Medical
Biochemistry Practical
00424060100
DSEDSE 1
Human Genetics and
Developmental biology
40044060100
DSEDSE 2
Biostatistics, Epidemiology &
Public health
40044060100
SECSoft Skill 1/
Sector Skill Course
20024060100
Total220424

 

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Programme Outcomes (POs) & Programme Specific Outcomes(PSOs)

PROGRAMME OUTCOMES (POs)

PO1: Graduates will able to have knowledge on the basic and applied theories.

PO2: Handling of sophisticated instrumentations and interpretation and analysis of data.

PO3: Developing an interdisciplinary approach and a rational thinking.

PO4: Designing of research projects that are cost effective, ecofriendly, potent and beneficial to mankind.

PO5: making the graduates to demonstrate their communication effectively and scientifically in both verbal and written form as independent researcher.

PO6: Providing a broad educational and analytical knowledge necessary to make the students for appearing in competitive examinations.

PO7: Generating the graduates with an ability to identify, formulate and solve to deliver process/product with professional, societal and ethical responsibilities.

PO8: Graduates will be able to recognize need for self-learning and lifelong learning.

PO9:The student will be able design, solve the application-oriented problem in biotechnological field through project-based learning.

PO10: Demonstrate their ability to work effectively in team and improvising the technical skills and implying them

PROGRAM SPECIFIC OUTCOME (PSO)

PSO1: Apply fundamental knowledge of biological sciences for the human Welfare and to have successful career as professional or a researcher through lifelong learning in the field of biotechnology.

PSO2: Demonstrate the application of Biotechnological processes in industries that are of social and commercial importance.

PSO3: Exhibit skills of handling microbial processes and biochemical analysis by making use of state-of-the-art facilities and environment.

Curriculum & Syllabus

CURRICULUM & SYLLABUS

MINIMUM CREDITS TO BE EARNED: 140

Hours/WeeMaximum Marks
Code No.CourseLectureTutorial PracticalCreditsCASEETotal
SEMESTER 1
LANGTamil I/
Hindi / French
30034060100
ENGEnglish I30034060100
CORE1Fundamentals of Cell
Biology
31044060100
CORE2Genetics and
Developmental Biology
31044060100
CORE3Biochemistry40044060100
COREPractical 1 : Cell Biology, Genetics Developmental Biology Practica00424060100
COREPractical 2 :
Biochemistry Practical
00424060100
AECCCommunication Skills10224060100
SECOrientation/Induction programme / Life skills-------
1721024

 

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Eligibility Criteria

ProgramEligibilityCriteria for Merit
M.Sc. Applied Medical Biotechnology & Clinical ResearchDegree in B.Sc Zoology, Botany, Chemistry, Biology, Biotech, Biochemistry, Microbiology, Home Science, Physics, Genetics, B.Sc Agri., B.V.Sc, B.F.Sc, B.Sc MLT, BDS, MBBS & B.Pharm
Merit - Based on percentage of marks secured in the qualifying examination.

Curriculum & Syllabus

CURRICULUM & SYLLABUS

MINIMUM CREDITS TO BE EARNED: 140

Hours/WeekMaximum Marks
Code No.CourseLectureTutorialPracticalCreditsCASEETotal
SEMESTER1
CoreCore 1
Cell and
Developmental Biology
40044060100
CoreCore 2
Microbiology
40044060100
CoreCore 3
Biochemistry
40044060100
CoreCore 4
Biochemistry and
Microbiology Practical
00424060100
DSEDSE 1
Molecular Genetics
40044060100
DSEDSE 2
Bioinstrumentation
40044060100
SECSoft Skill 1/
Sector Skill Course
20024060100
220424

 

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Eligibility Criteria

ProgramProgram Duration (Year)EligibilityCriteria for Merit
B.Sc Bio-Technology3 Years (6 Semesters)Pass in +2, HSC or equivalent with Biology/ Botany/ Zoology/ Biochemistry/ Biotech/ Microbiology.Merit based on the percentage of marks secured in the qualifying examination

Career Prospects

CAREER PROSPECTS

 

  • Biomedical Engineer
  • Quality controller
  • Medical Scientist
  • Clinical Technician
  • Microbiologist
  • Process Development Scientist
  • Biomanufacturing Specialist
  • Business Development Manager
  • Product Strategist
  • Biopharma Sales Representative
  • Medical Scientist
  • Biotechnological Technician
  • Epidemiologist
  • Microbiologist
  • Medical and Clinical Lab Technologist
  • Biomanufacturing Specialist
  • Bioproduction Specialist
  • R&D Scientist
  • Tutor/Teacher / Professor
  • Medical Coder

Eligibility Criteria

ProgramProgram Duration (Year)EligibilityCriteria for Merit
M.Sc Bio-Technology2 Years (4 Semesters)Degree in B.Sc Zoology/ Botany/ Chemistry/ Biology/ Biotech/ Biochemistry/ Microbiology or B.V.Sc/ B.Sc Agri/ B.Tech Biotech/ MBBSMerit based on the percentage of marks secured in the qualifying examination

Career Prospects

CAREER PROSPECTS

 

  • Quality controller
  • Medical Scientist
  • Clinical Technician
  • Microbiologist
  • Process Development Scientist
  • Biopharma Sales Representative
  • Biotechnological Technician
  • Epidemiologist
  • Microbiologist
  • Medical and Clinical Lab Technologist
  • Biomanufacturing Specialist
  • Bioproduction Specialist
  • Medical Coder
  • Environmental Technician

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Career Prospects

CAREER PROSPECTS

 

  • Biomedical Engineer
  • Quality controller
  • Medical Scientist
  • Clinical Technician
  • Microbiologist
  • Process Development Scientist
  • Biomanufacturing Specialist
  • Business Development Manager
  • Product Strategist
  • Biopharma Sales Representative
  • Medical Scientist
  • Biotechnological Technician
  • Epidemiologist
  • Microbiologist
  • Medical and Clinical Lab Technologist
  • Biomanufacturing Specialist
  • Bioproduction Specialist
  • R&D Scientist
  • Tutor/Teacher / Professor
  • Medical Coder
  • Environmental Technician

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Fee Structure

Tuition Fee 2023 - 2024 (Per Sem)
Other Fee (Per Sem)
Total Fee (Per Sem)
37,500
10,000
47,500

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Fee Structure

Tuition Fee 2024 - 2025 (Per Sem)Other Fee (Per Sem)
Total Fee 2024 - 2025 (Per Sem)
17,00013,00030,000

Fee Structure

Tuition Fee 2024 - 2025 (Per Sem)Other Fee (Per Sem)
Total Fee 2024 - 2025 (Per Sem)
25,00020,00045,000

Faculty of the Department

Sl. No.
Name of the Faculty
Designation
Educational Qualification
Area of Specialization
Experience in Years
Vidwan IDPhotos
1Dr.Ashok Kumar.KAssociate Professor and HODM.Sc., M.Tech, M.Phil, SET, Ph.DBiochemistry , Oncology and Environmental Biotechnology19 years 2 months233902
2Dr.Udaya Prakash.N.KProfessorM.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.D.Aerobiology (Mycology and Palynology), Microbiology, Herbal Science, Bio Nanotechnology, Bio-remediation22 years 2 months249657
3Dr.Prakash.BAssociate Professor M.Sc., M.Tech, M.Phil, Ph.DAnimal Biotechnology and Medical Biotechnology21 years232485
4Dr.Vijayalakshmi.SAssociate ProfessorM.Sc., SLET, Ph.D.Secondary Metabolite Production by Fungi and Fungal genetics and Molecular Cell Biology19 years 2 months-
5Dr.Thenmozhi.MAssociate ProfessorM.Sc., MBA, M.Phil, Ph.DPlant, Environmental Biotechnology and Organic farming15 years 2 months232505
6Dr.Sampath Kumar.BAssistant ProfessorM.Sc, Ph.DFungal Diversity15 years 2 months251184
7Dr.Abirami GopalakrishnanAssistant ProfessorM.Sc., Ph.DBioremediation Extremohiles, Actinomycetes, Microbial Molecular Diversity, Drug Discovery6years,2months236844
8Dr.Suganthi.MAssistant ProfessorM.Sc., Ph.DMicrobial biotechnology and Insect molecular biology6years,2months232457
9Dr.Jayanthi.MAssistant ProfessorM.Sc.,M.Phil, Ph.DPlant Metabolic Profiling, Plant Tissue Culture and Genetic Engineering6years,1months232456
10Dr.Manjunathan.JAssistant ProfessorM.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.D.,Mushroom biology, Microbiology, Fungal biotechnology6 years 2 months233885
11Dr.Durgadevi.RAssistant ProfessorM.Sc.,Ph.DMedical Microbiology, Nanotechnology, Drug Discovery mechanism1years,2months292444
12Dr.Vardhana.JAssistant ProfessorM.Sc., Ph.DNanoBiotechnology,Fungal Secondary metabolites ,Fungal Endophytes, Environmental Microbiology6 years 2 months298106
13Ms.Preethi.NAssistant ProfessorM.Sc BiotechnologyMushroom biology, Microbiology, Fungal biotechnology3 years 8 months481450

Faculty of the Department

Sl. No.
Name of the Faculty
Designation
Educational Qualification
Area of Specialization
Experience in Years
Vidwan IDPhotos
1Dr.Ashok Kumar.KAssociate Professor and HODM.Sc., M.Tech, M.Phil, SET, Ph.DBiochemistry , Oncology and Environmental Biotechnology19 years 2 months233902
2Dr.Udaya Prakash.N.KProfessorM.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.D.Aerobiology (Mycology and Palynology), Microbiology, Herbal Science, Bio Nanotechnology, Bio-remediation22 years 2 months249657
3Dr.Prakash.BAssociate Professor M.Sc., M.Tech, M.Phil, Ph.DAnimal Biotechnology and Medical Biotechnology21 years232485
4Dr.Vijayalakshmi.SAssociate ProfessorM.Sc., SLET, Ph.D.Secondary Metabolite Production by Fungi and Fungal genetics and Molecular Cell Biology19 years 2 months-
5Dr.Thenmozhi.MAssociate ProfessorM.Sc., MBA, M.Phil, Ph.DPlant, Environmental Biotechnology and Organic farming15 years 2 months232505
6Dr.Sampath Kumar.BAssistant ProfessorM.Sc, Ph.DFungal Diversity15 years 2 months251184
7Dr.Abirami GopalakrishnanAssistant ProfessorM.Sc., Ph.DBioremediation Extremohiles, Actinomycetes, Microbial Molecular Diversity, Drug Discovery6years,2months236844
8Dr.Suganthi.MAssistant ProfessorM.Sc., Ph.DMicrobial biotechnology and Insect molecular biology6years,2months232457
9Dr.Jayanthi.MAssistant ProfessorM.Sc.,M.Phil, Ph.DPlant Metabolic Profiling, Plant Tissue Culture and Genetic Engineering6years,1months232456
10Dr.Manjunathan.JAssistant ProfessorM.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.D.,Mushroom biology, Microbiology, Fungal biotechnology6 years 2 months233885
11Dr.Durgadevi.RAssistant ProfessorM.Sc.,Ph.DMedical Microbiology, Nanotechnology, Drug Discovery mechanism1years,2months292444
12Dr.Vardhana.JAssistant ProfessorM.Sc., Ph.DNanoBiotechnology,Fungal Secondary metabolites ,Fungal Endophytes, Environmental Microbiology6 years 2 months298106
13Ms.Preethi.NAssistant ProfessorM.Sc BiotechnologyMushroom biology, Microbiology, Fungal biotechnology3 years 8 months481450

B.Sc Computer Science

Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)

PROGRAMME EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEO)

PEO 1: Graduates are prepared to be employed in IT industries by providing   expected domain Knowledge.

PEO 2: Graduates are provided with practical training, hands-on and project experience to meet the industrial needs.

PEO 3: Graduates are motivated in career and entrepreneurial skill development to become global leaders.

PEO 4: Graduates are trained to demonstrate creativity, develop innovative ideas and to work in teams to accomplish a common goal.

PEO 5: Graduates are addressed with social issues and guided to operate problems with solutions.

Programme Outcomes (POs) & Programme Specific Outcomes(PSOs)

PROGRAM OUTCOMES (PO)

PO 1: Critical Thinking: Apply knowledge of Computer Science to identify, analyze problems and to provide effective solution in the area of Computing.

PO 2: Computing Skills and Ethics: Analyze a problem, and identify and define the computing requirements appropriate to its solution.

PO 3: Analytical skill: Ability to design, develop algorithms and provide software solutions to cater the industrial needs.

PO 4: Modern Tool Usage: Use current techniques, skills, and tools necessary for computing practices

PO 5: Employability Skills: Inculcate skills to excel in the fields of Information Technology and its Enabled services, Government and Private sectors, Teaching and Research.

PO6: Ethics: Insists ethical responsibilities, human and professional values and make their contribution to the society.

PO7: Self Directed and Life-long Learning: Engaged in lifelong learning to equip them to the changing environment and be prepared to take-up mastering programmes.

PO8: Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or a leader in diverse team and multidisciplinary settings.

PO9: 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.

P10: Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the problem and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member

P11: Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.

P12: 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 the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.

PROGRAMME SPECIFIC OUTCOMES (PSO)

PSO 1: Professionally trained in the areas of programming, multimedia, animation, web designing, networking and to acquire knowledge in various domain-based electives.

PSO 2: Abet students to communicate effectively and to improve their competency skills to solve real time problems.

PSO 3: The ability to employ modern computer languages and applications for their successful career, to create platforms to become an entrepreneur and a relish for higher studies.

Curriculum & Syllabus

CURRICULUM & SYLLABUS

MINIMUM CREDITS TO BE EARNED: 140

CategoryCode NoCourseHours/WeekCredits
LectureTutorialPractical
LANG23LTAM11/
23LHIN11/
23LFRE11
Tamil- I/
Hindi-I / French-I
3003
ENG23LENG21English- I3003
CORE23CBAL11Object Oriented Programming using Python4105
CORE23CBAL12Artificial Intelligence3104
CORE23PBAL11Python Programming Lab0042
CORE23BMA001Mathematics – I4004
AECC23AECS11Communication Skills1022
SECOrientation/Induction
programme / Life
skills
----
TOTAL182623

 

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Eligibility Criteria

ProgramProgram Duration (Year)EligibilityCriteria for Merit
B.Sc. Computer Science3 Years (6 Semesters)"Pass in (10+2) or equivalent with Maths/ Computer Science/ Business Maths/ Statistics/Information Practices/Computer Applications/Information Technology/Artificial Intelligence

Lateral Entry - Pass in Diploma in Computer Science/ECE/Information Technology/Computer Technology"
Merit based on the percentage of marks secured in the qualifying examination

Career Prospects

 

CAREER PROSPECTS

 

 

  • Systems Analyst
  • Information Technology Manager
  • Network Programmer
  • Cyber Security Manager
  • Software Programmer
  • Database manager

Alumni Testimonials

Fee Structure

Tuition Fee 2024 - 2025 (Per Sem)Other Fee (Per Sem)
Total Fee 2024 - 2025 (Per Sem)
30,00024,00054,000

Faculty of the Department

Sl. No.
Name of the Faculty
Designation
Educational Qualification
Area of Specialization
Experience in Years
Vidwan IDPhotos
1Dr.Perumal.SProfessor and HeadM.Sc., M.Phil.,P.h.DImage Processing, Data Analytics, Cloud Computing, IOT28 yrs263415
2Dr.Parameswari.RProfessorMCA., M.Phil., Ph.DCloud Computing & Big Data Analytics17 years 11 months237318
3Dr.Thailambal.GAssociate ProfessorMCA., M.Phil., Ph.DData Mining, Text Mining, Pattern Matching & Machine Learning20 yrs232467
4Dr.Mangayarkarasi.SAssociate ProfessorMCA., M.Phil.,Ph.DNetwork Security, Image Processing, IOT & Networking19 yrs232465
5Dr.Arunachalam.A.SAssociate ProfessorMCA., M.Phil.,Ph.DData Mining, Image Processing and Networking, Data Science, Big Data20 yrs173795
6Dr.Sreekala.TAssociate ProfessorM.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.D,NETIntrusion Detection System, Network Security, Machine Learning, Blockchain Technology18 years 4 months173689
7Dr.Durga.RAssociate ProfessorMCA,,M.Phil, Ph.DNetwork Security, Wireless Sensor, Cloud Computing16 yrs173696
8Dr.Akila.AAssociate ProfessorMCA.,M.Phil., Ph.D.,Speech Recognition & Signal Processing13 year 7 months183051
9Dr.Aneetha.A.SAssociate ProfessorMCA, M.Phil, NET.,Ph.DIntrusion and Detection System14 years 4 months469003
10Dr.V.PoornimaAssociate ProfessorM.Sc(CS),MCA,
M.Phil,Ph.D
Machine Learning , ANN , IoT11 years8 months470632-
11Mr.Balamurugan.RAssistant ProfessorMCA., M.Phil.,(Ph.D)Data Mining22 years 5 months237146
12Ms.Padma.RAssistant ProfessorM.Sc, M.Phil, SET, (Ph.D)Big Data Analytics, Aritificial intelligence and Machine learning18 year236678
13Dr.Abirami.KAssistant ProfessorM.Sc,M.Phil,Ph.DWeb Mining8 years 6 months427668
14Dr.Thirunavukkarasu.K.SAssistant ProfessorM.Sc,M.Phil, Ph.DData Mining15 years 5 month291351
15Dr.Vishwa Priya.VAssistant ProfessorMCA, MBA,M.Phil,Ph.DBig Data Analytics, Aritificial intelligence and Machine learning,IOT6 years 4 months405597
16Dr.Tamilselvi.PAssistant ProfessorMCA, M.Phil, Ph.DCloud Computing12 years470649
17Dr.Jose Reena.KAssistant ProfessorMCA, M.Phil,Ph.DIoT, Big Data8 years 1 month425726-
18Dr.Nisha Dayana.T.RAssistant ProfessorM.Sc,M.Phil,Ph.DImage Mining11 years 2 months470653
19Ms.K.SreelathaAssistant ProfessorM.Sc CS &IT,M.Phil,(Ph.D)Networking1 yr470792-

M.P.T Sports

Programme Outcomes (POs) & Programme Specific Outcomes(PSOs)

PROGRAM OUTCOME (PO)

PO1: Graduates of the Master of Physiotherapy program will demonstrate communication skills to Work creatively and effectively to uphold the professional standards and relationships with a range of stakeholders like patients, care takers, family members and other clients.

PO2:Graduates of the Master of Physiotherapy program will demonstrate cognitive and creative skills to Critically evaluate and apply physiotherapy approaches, paradigms and techniques and utilise appropriate, evidence-based skills, techniques and practice in managing and treating people with injury, disability or illness in a range of health care and/or rehabilitation settings.

PO3:Graduates of the Master of Physiotherapy program will demonstrate technical skills to Integrate the core areas of physiotherapy practice with emphasis on demonstrated mastery of evidence-based practice, clinical skills, clinical reasoning and decision making in order to apply creativity and initiative to new situations in professional practice.

PO4:Graduates of the Master of Physiotherapy program will demonstrate the broad application of knowledge and skills to solve problems individually and independently justify diagnostic decisions and management strategies on basic of clinical assessment findings.

PO5:Graduates of the Master of Physiotherapy program will demonstrate technical skills to apply treatment methods and techniques, to address client needs, safely and with appropriate regard to professional and legislative guidelines, standards and requirements.

 

PROGRAM SPECIFIC OUTCOMES (PSO)

PSO1: To demonstrated sufficient understanding of knowledge in sports physiotherapy.

PSO2: To develop the ability of on field examination and plan the appropriate care using advanced therapeutic interventions.

PSO3: To develop the skill of critically evaluating a journal on the field of sports physiotherapy.

PSO4: To demonstrate evidence-based guidelines on clinical decision-making skills in sports physiotherapy.

Curriculum & Syllabus

CURRICULUM & SYLLABUS

MINIMUM CREDITS TO BE EARNED: 100

CategoryCodeCourseHours/WeekCr'sCASEETotal
LTP
Core22CMPT001TBasic Sciences – Theory50054060100
22CMPT001PBasic Sciences – Viva00214060100
Core22CMPT002TExercise Physiology & Movement Mechanics – Theory50054060100
22CMPT002PExercise Physiology & Movement Mechanics –Viva00214060100
Core22CMPT003TResearch Methodology& Biostatistics - Theory40044060100
Core22CMPT004TPT Ethics & Entrepreneurship - Theory40044060100
Practical22PMPT001Physical Diagnosis & Management - Practical00634060100
Total1801022

 

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Eligibility Criteria

ProgramProgram Duration (Year)EligibilityCriteria for Merit
M.P.T (Sports)2 Years (4 Semesters)B.P.T Degree in recognized UniversityMerit based on percentage of marks secured in the qualifying examinations

Career Prospects

CAREER PROSPECTS

 

  • Sports Physiotherapist as on-field and off-field management in sports
  • Physiotherapist as public health official
  • Assistant Professor in Sports Department
  • Researcher in the field of Sports Injury
  • Editors in International and National Physiotherapy Journals
  • Rehabilitation expert in post operative management among Sports Person

Alumni Testimonials

Fee Structure

Tuition Fee 2024 - 2025 (Per Sem)Other Fee (Per Sem)
Total Fee 2024 - 2025 (Per Sem)
26,00023,00049,000

B.E. Electrical and Electronics Engineering

Eligibility Criteria

ProgramEligibility
B.Tech Electrical and Electronics Engineering (Working Professionals)Professionals working in Registered lndustry / Organization (Central / State) / Private/ Public Limited Company/ MSMEs located within 50 Km radial distance from the institute. Minimum of ONE Year Full time / Regular working Experience. Qualification Same as candidates eligible for Lateral Entry

Fees Structure

Tuition Fee 2024 - 2025 (Per Sem)Other Fee (Per Sem)
Total Fee 2024 - 2025 (Per Sem)
32,00028,00060,000

Certificate Course in Bakery & Confectionary

Course Outcomes

Course Outcomes


CO1: Produce different types of breads using various types of flours


CO2: Exhibit knowledge and skills in making desserts, sauces, chocolate in various forms and textures


CO3: Create decorative show piece with hands on participation


CO4: Organize, design and present buffet platters using artistically made desserts and show piece works.


CO5: Analyze and evaluate product quality based on color, taste and texture.

Curriculum & Syllabus

Eligibility Criteria

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Career Prospects

CAREER PROSPECTS

 

  • Flight kitchens and Cruise line kitchens.
  • Hospitality services in various MNCs.
  • Entry level in pastry department in star hotels.
  • Forest Lodges, Guest Houses, and resorts.
  • Self-employment (as an entrepreneur)
  • Employed at canteens in colleges, schools, in factories, company guest houses etc.
  • Catering departments of railways, banks, armed forces, shipping companies etc.

Alumni Testimonials

Fee Structure

Tuition Fee per yearAdministration FeeRegistration FeeMisc. (per sem)Exam Fee (Per Sem)
At the time of admissionEven Sem
Odd Sem
25,0004,6502,6503001500 21,60012,80014,300

B.sc.(Hons,)Agriculture

Curriculum & Syllabus

Eligibility Criteria

ProgramProgram Duration (Year)EligibilityCriteria for Merit
B.Sc (Hons) Agriculture4 Years (8 Semesters)A Pass in +2 with Maths, Physics, Chemistry and Biology (or) Physics, Chemistry, Botany & Zoology (or) Physics, Chemistry & Biology and any one of the fourth subject as elective viz., Biotechnology, Microbiology, Biochemistry, Computer Science, Home Science, Agriculture, Horticulture and Environmental Science (or) Vocational stream with Biology & Agriculture Practice / Agriculture SciencesMerit based on the percentage of marks secured in the qualifying examination

Career Prospects

Career Prospects

For graduates in agriculture, a B. Sc., Agriculture Hons degree provides them a wide range of prospects. They might look for employment opportunities in both the public and private sectors. Professionals with a B. Sc., in agriculture can pursue the following positions:

  • Agriculture Research Scientist
  • Extension Officer
  • Agriculture Officer
  • Plantation Manager
  • Quality Assurance
  • Production Manager
  • Business Development Manager
  • Agri-preneurship
  • Subject Matter Specialist
  • Field Officer
  • Farm Manager
  • Agriculture Loan Officer
  • Operation Manager (Fertilizer Plants)
  • Food Processing Manager
  • Seed technologists

Alumni Testimonials

Fee Structure

Tuition Fee 2024 - 2025 (Per Sem) Other Fees (Per Sem) Total Fee 2024 - 2025 (Per Sem)
50,00036,50086,500

PROGRAMME OUTCOMES

PROGRAMME OUTCOMES (PO)
PO-1 Domain Knowledge Impart knowledge of basic sciences, applied sciences, fundamentals in agriculture, and related fields.
PO-2 Problem analysis To identify, review, analyze and formulate the problem in agricultural practices and post-harvest techniques.
PO-3 Problem solutions Understand the impact of professional agricultural solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge and need for sustainable development. To demonstrate the capacity to think critically and select viable solutions to solve problems.
PO-4 Conduct surveys and investigations Understand how all aspects of agriculture are linked by scientists, marketers, and producers to understand the production output and to make an economically viable decision. To understand how employer characteristics and decision-making at various levels enhance the success of an agricultural enterprise. To understand components of agri-business and economics of the market.
PO-5 Usage of Modern Tools Knowledge of Weather codes and Symbols, Reading and Recording of weather and climatic data. To get trained to maintain climatological records, soil data, soil nutrition, and modern biotechnology usage in agriculture. Communication methods and to develop such products through the financial support of banks etc.,
PO-6 Societal role To demonstrate research-based knowledge of the legal and ethical environment impacting agricultural organizations and exhibit an understanding and appreciation of the ethical implications of decisions.
PO-7 Environment and Sustainability Demonstrate knowledge toan understanding of basic agriculture and horticulture production with the breadth and depth of the profession of agriculture and horticulture. Basic biology: taxonomy, anatomy, morphology, and physiology. The characteristics of the environment and their influence on plant growth and development. Current applications of agricultural and horticultural principles and practices for propagation, pest

management, production, maintenance, and business practices. Comprehensive knowledge of agricultural and horticultural production.

PO-8 Ethics To develop critical, self-critical opinions and approaches aiming at solving the most important practical problems in the field of agriculture by applying gained competencies and following high standards of academic integrity (ethics and morals) both in the profession and in society as a whole.
PO-9 Individual and Team Work To demonstrate an understanding and appreciation for the importance, and impact of globalization and diversity in modern agriculture organizations. Understanding of globalization and NGO working. To develop competence to work in Government, public and private sectors as an individual and as a team for sustainable agriculture.
PO-10 Communication To demonstrate the ability to analyze data and draw appropriate statistical conclusions. To demonstrate the ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing.
PO-11 Project Management and Finance Able to demonstrate critical thinking and prepare projects to solve the problem and apply them to a variety of farm animal and or plant production systems.
PO-12 Life-long learning This program will also help students to enhance their employability for jobs in different sectors including self-employment as an agri-entrepreneur.

Executive MBA

Programme Outcomes

Curriculum & Syllabus

Eligibility Criteria

Career Prospects

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M.Sc Environmental Science

Vision and Mission of the Department

Vision

  • The Vision of the Department is to enhance our reputation as a world-class teaching and research institution reputed for its innovation, excellence and discovery, and to attract best students and staff worldwide.

Mission

  • To actively promote and preserve higher values and ethics in education and research and will pursue excellence in all these areas
  • To undertake research in emerging areas of Chemical Sciences & Nanotechnology and transform the findings for the benefit of society

Program Educational Objectives (PEO) & Program Specific Outcomes (PSO)

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEO)

PEO1: Postgraduate will have significant opportunities in various service domains at National and International level, and can work as scientist, analyst, quality controller, academics, chemist, wildlife biologist, ecological specialist, geologist, marine biologist, geographer.

PEO2: On the basis of specialized knowledge and experience, postgraduate students will be able to do environmental analysis, computational design and development of new environmental safety techniques.

PEO3: Post-graduates have leadership quality to handle all kind of circumstances in diversities by providing interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary learning environment.

PEO4: To encourage leadership qualities in graduates with strong communication skills, mold them as good team players and managers so that they have the competence to function effectively in multidisciplinary orientation team.

PEO5: Postgraduate will be able to formulate, investigate and analyze scientifically real life problems along with ethical attitude which works in multidisciplinary team.

PROGRAM SPECIFIC OUTCOMES (PSO)

PSO1: To Job opportunities in wide sector of Consultant & Allied industries

PSO2: Competent to take challenging positions in industry, academics and government sectors by learning various analytical techniques, environmental etc.

PSO3: To execute new ideas in the field of research and to develop principles and techniques of science through seminars and the project

 

 

Program Outcomes (PO)

PROGRAM OUTCOMES

PO1     : Problem analyze: Identify, formulate, review research literature and analyze the chemical problems reaching substantiated conclusions using basics concepts of environmental chemistry.

PO2     : Design and development of solutions: Design solutions for complex chemical problems and design systems, components or processes that meet specified needs with appropriate consideration for public health and safety, cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.

PO3     : Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research based knowledge and including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of information to provide valid conclusions.

PO4     : Indepth knowledge gaining in all topics and their relation with the industry application.

PO5     :  Developing research attitude in frontier topics

 

Eligibility Criteria

ProgramProgram Duration (Year)EligibilityCriteria for Merit
M.Sc Environmental Science2 Years (4 Semesters)Any B.Sc degree in Life Sciences / Basic Sciences or any other Science stream.Merit based on the percentage of marks secured in the qualifying examination

Curriculum & Syllabus

CURRICULUM & SYLLABUS

M.Sc., ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE – Curriculum

Total Number of Credits: 90

SEMESTER 1Hours/WeekMaximum Marks
CategoryCourseLectureTutorialPracticalCreditsCASEETotal
COREIntroduction to Environmental Sciences40044060100
COREEnvironmental Chemistry and Toxicology40044060100
COREHydrology and water Resources40044060100
COREWater Analysis Practical- Practical I00634060100
DSEDiscipline Specific Elective- 140044060100
DSEDiscipline Specific Elective -240044060100
SECSoft Skill 1/ Sector Skill Course20024060100
220625

 

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Career Prospects

Career Prospects

  • Environmental scientist
  • Environmental consultant
  • Environmental technicians
  • Environmental science teachers
  • Environmental chemists
  • Toxicologist
  • Microbiologists
  • Meteorologists
  • Water quality scientists
  • Environmental health and safety officers

Fees Structure

Tuition Fee 2024 - 2025 (Per Sem)Other Fees (Per Sem)Total Fee 2024 - 2025 (Per Sem)
40,000 12,000 52,000

B.E. Marine Engineering (Lateral)

Eligibility Criteria

ProgramProgram Duration (Year)EligibilityCriteria for Merit
B.E. Marine Engineering (Lateral)3 Years (6 Semesters)Diploma in Mechanical / Marine / Electrical / Electrical and Electronics Engineering with minimum marks of 55% in the final year. The candidate should have obtained at least 50% in English in 10th or 12th Standard or Diploma course. Age: Max 25 years on the date of commencement of the course.Merit based on percentage of marks secured in the qualifying examination.
Medical standard: Candidate should be physically fit for sea service under standard norms with minimum unaided vision in each eye to be 6/12 andwith no color blindness.

Department of Mathematics

About the Department

The Mathematics department is one of the major departments in the university and has been in the forefront, providing quality education and training in the field for past 25 years even from the times of the institution having been a college, to start with.  The department stands for academic excellence, intellectual integrity and holistic development of students.

The department of Mathematics started functioning in the year 1997 and offers Mathematics for the undergraduate and postgraduate programmes in all disciplines of science, Engineering and technology..It  was elevated into a research department in the year 2012 and offers M.Phil (Full Time & Part Time) and Ph.D. ( Part Time) Programmes. The department has been expanded  with an  undergraduate programme in Mathematics (Full Time) from the academic year 2017.Now, the Department stands  recognized as a PG Department since  2020.

Vision & Mission

VISION of the Department:

• To impart students of graduate studies with a broader  understanding of the basic concepts of Mathematics, providing quality instructional methods
• To enrich the Mathematical and Analytical skills of students.
• To produce quality Mathematical science researches
• Topersuade  students to apply  theoretical Mathematics to bring out Mathematical models
• Our vision is to provide exhaustive knowledge in all areas of Mathematical Sciences and to apply their principles in  career-oriented pursuits.
• To initiate  students to know the beauty of Mathematics by their deep involvement in the subject.
• To publish research papers and articles in  international journals to let fellow scholars  know the application of Mathematics.
• To apply the knowledge obtained to develop the society.
• To empower students to envisage and conquer the real world problems

MISSION of the Department:

• To develop a  community that values mathematics and its applications
• To provide  a foundation for critical thinking by developing skills in logic and problem solving
• To  offer a broad selection of courses that can be tailored to diverse student needs; and
• To develops close mentoring relationships among faculty and students through small classes, student-faculty research projects, and a drop-in study lab staffed by mathematics faculty.

Student Activities

With the constant encouragement of our staff, many of our students have participated in inter-collegiate competitions in academics and won overall championships and various prizes. These activities have helped our students to go for higher studies abroad. They have won prizes in sports and cultural competitions conducted in our college. Some of our students have attended the Aptitude training programme conducted by our Faculties to improve their skills.

Remedial programmes are conducted successfully for the academic betterment of students. Highest number of students in our department has been placed in reputed companies through campus recruitment Special programmes are conducted to improve their academic performance as well as to motivate and encourage students to become aware of the job opportunities available and to know about the higher studies for their future.

Staff Activities

At present the department has 21 Faculty Members with 9 Research Guides and 45 Students enrolled for PhD research program and 100 Students enrolled for M.Phil research program To create more interest on the subjects, students are motivated by being given more examples, diagrammatic representations, their applications in real world using modern techniques and various clippings. The department has conducted workshops, Webinars, FDPs for faculties to improve their teaching skills and knowledge.

Research Activities

The thrust areas of research are Graph Labeling and Coloring, Theoretical Computer Science and graph theory ,Fuzzy sets, Algebra, Rough Set Theory, Fractals and Operations Research.

Future Plans

MoUs with foreign and other Universities / Industrial Research Centres.

  • Establishing Vels Innovative Forum of Mathematics (VI-FORM) 
  • Strengthening Research with international collaborations.
  • Increasing the number of publications in international journals with high impact factors.
  • Taking up more number of major and minor Research projects of practical applications with support from professional bodies.
  • Conducting summer / winter schools supported by professional bodies for research scholars and young faculty members in the fields of both applied and pure mathematics
  • Conducting various competitions every year to bring out the inherent skills of students such as originality, creativity, team spirit, individuality etc through mathematics association
  • Enriching the learning experiences through Industrial visits/ Educational Tours

Programmes / Courses offered

  • B.Sc., Mathematics (UG),
  • M.Sc., Mathematics 
  • M.Phil. Mathematics 
  • Ph.D. Mathematics

Faculty and Student ratio:

25:1

Programme Outcomes

PROGRAM OUTCOME (PO)

PO1: Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.

PO2:Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.

PO3: 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 the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.

PO4: Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.

PO5: Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.

PO6: 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.

PO7: 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.

Programme Outcomes

PROGRAM OUTCOME (PO)

PO1: Critical thinker and problem solver: Ability to employ critical thinking and efficient problem solving skills in all the basic areas of Mathematics.

PO2: Skilled communicator: Ability to transmit complex technical information relating all areas in Mathematics in a clear and concise manner in writing and oral ability to present complex and technical concepts in a simple language for better understanding.

PO3: Disciplinary knowledge and skills: Capable of demonstrating – good knowledge and understanding of major concepts, theoretical principles and findings in Mathematics and its different subfields and other related fields of study, including broader

PO4:Sense of inquiry: Capability for asking relevant/appropriate questions relating to the issues and problems in the field of Mathematics, and planning, executing and reporting the results of a theoretical investigation.

PO5: Digitally Efficient: Capable of using computers for simulation studies in Mathematics and computation and appropriate software for numerical and statistical analysis of data, and employing modern e-library search tools like Inflibnet, various websites of the renowned Mathematics and evaluate Mathematics information.

PO6: Skilled project manager: Capable of identifying/mobilizing appropriate resources required for a project, and manage a project through to completion, while observing responsible and ethical scientific conduct; and safety and laboratory hygiene regulations and practices

PO7: Life-long learners: Capable of self-paced and self-directed learning aimed at personal development and for improving knowledge/skill development and reskilling in all areas of Mathematics.

Curriculum & Syllabus

CURRICULUM & SYLLABUS

MINIMUM CREDITS TO BE EARNED: 140

CategoryCourseHours/WeekCredits Maximum Marks
Lecture TutorialPracticalCASEETotal
LANGTamil I/
Hindi / French
50054060100
ENGEnglish I50054060100
COREAlgebra & Trigonometry 40044060100
COREDifferential Calculus40044060100
COREPhysics40004060100
COREPhysics Practical00214060100
Total220023

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Curriculum & Syllabus

CURRICULUM & SYLLABUS

MINIMUM CREDITS TO BE EARNED: 90

CategoryCourseHours/WeekCreditsMaximum Marks
Lecture TutorialPracticalCASEETotal
CoreAbstract Algebra40044060100
CoreAdvanced Calculus40044060100
CoreOrdinary Differential
Equation

4

0

0

4
4060100
DSEDiscipline Specific
Elective – I

4

1

0

5
4060100
DSEDiscipline Specific
Elective – II

4

1

0

5
4060100
SECSoft Skill 1/
Sector Skill Course

2
00
2
4060100
Total222024

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Eligibility Criteria

Program
EligibilityCriteria for Merit
B.Sc. MathematicsPass in +2, HSC or equivalent with Biology / Maths / Physics / ChemistryMerit based on percentage of marks secured in the qualifying examination.

Eligibility Criteria

ProgramEligibilityCriteria for Merit
M.Sc. MathematicsB.Sc. MathematicsMerit based on percentage of marks secured in the qualifying examination.

Career Prospects

CAREER PROSPECTS

 

  • Data Analyst
  • Machine Learning Engineer
  • Operational Researcher
  • Financial/Investment Analyst
  • Research Assistant/Scientist
  • General Management
  • Actuarial Science
  • Accountancy and Professional Service

Career Prospects

CAREER PROSPECTS

 

  • Lecturer in Mathematics.
  • Scientific Officer.
  • Demographer.
  • Statistician.
  • Quantitative Developer.
  • Quantitative Risk Analyst.
  • Director of Statistical Programming.
  • Equity Quantitative analyst.
  • Interest Rate Trading Strategist.
  • Treasury Management Specialist.
  • Researcher and accountant.
  • Can also become scientist in ISRO and other government sectors.
  • Data Science Modelers.
  • Banking – Investment Banking.
  • Junior Research Fellow.

Government Job Profile

  • Demographer.
  • Statistician.
  • Quantitative Developer.
  • Quantitative Risk Analyst.
  • Director of Statistical Programming.
  • Equity Quantitative analyst.
  • Interest Rate Trading Strategist.
  • Treasury Management Specialist.
  • Researcher and accountant.
  • Can also become scientist in ISRO and other government sectors.
  • Many universities and research centers are there to provide a good profile in math’s career scope.

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Fee Structure

Tuition Fee per yearAdministration FeeRegistration FeeMisc.
(Per Sem)
Skill Enhancement Fee
(Per Year)
Exam Fee
(Per Sem)
At the time of admissionEven SemOdd Sem
30,000 6,8003,3003005,000310033,50018,40023,400

Fee Structure

Tuition Fee per yearAdministration FeeRegistration FeeMisc.
(Per Sem)
Skill Enhancement Fee
(Per Year)
Exam Fee
(Per Sem)
At the time of admissionEven SemOdd Sem
30,000 6,8003,3003005,000310033,50018,40023,400

Department of Physiotherapy

Facilities

  1. 1. Labs:
    1. Exercise Therapy Lab
    2. Electrotherapy Lab
    3. Anatomy Museum
    4. PG Research Lab for
      1. Ortho/Neuro/ Hand/OBG
      2. Cardio
      3. Pediatrics
    5. Hydrotherapy Unit at Pallavaram campus
  2. Library (Books & Digital)
  3. Auditorium
  4. Playground
  5. In Campus Hostel
  6. Transport Facility

B.Sc Mathematics

Programme Outcomes

PROGRAM OUTCOME (PO)

PO1: Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.

PO2:Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.

PO3: 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 the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.

PO4: Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.

PO5: Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.

PO6: 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.

PO7: 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.

Curriculum & Syllabus

CURRICULUM & SYLLABUS

MINIMUM CREDITS TO BE EARNED: 140

CategoryCourseHours/WeekCredits Maximum Marks
Lecture TutorialPracticalCASEETotal
LANGTamil I/
Hindi / French
50054060100
ENGEnglish I50054060100
COREAlgebra & Trigonometry 40044060100
COREDifferential Calculus40044060100
COREPhysics40004060100
COREPhysics Practical00214060100
Total220023

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Eligibility Criteria

Program
EligibilityCriteria for Merit
B.Sc. MathematicsPass in +2, HSC or equivalent with Biology / Maths / Physics / ChemistryMerit based on percentage of marks secured in the qualifying examination.

Career Prospects

CAREER PROSPECTS

 

  • Data Analyst
  • Machine Learning Engineer
  • Operational Researcher
  • Financial/Investment Analyst
  • Research Assistant/Scientist
  • General Management
  • Actuarial Science
  • Accountancy and Professional Service

Alumni Testimonials

Fee Structure

Tuition Fee per yearAdministration FeeRegistration FeeMisc.
(Per Sem)
Skill Enhancement Fee
(Per Year)
Exam Fee
(Per Sem)
At the time of admissionEven SemOdd Sem
30,000 6,8003,3003005,000310033,50018,40023,400

Diploma in Karnatic Music

Course Outcomes

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEO)

  • To understand the origin of music and dance and its special features.
  • To acquire basic understanding about musical instruments, Ragas, Talas.
  • To know about the basic technical terms and fundamental of music. To know the rhythmic patterns and its varieties in music.

Eligibility Criteria

Candidates who have passed 10th standard are eligible for diploma courses. Students should submit original 10th standard mark sheet conducted by Government of Tamil Nadu or an examination accepted as equivalent thereof and Transfer Certificate.

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Subjects

SEMESTER – I

PRACTICAL 1- BASIC LEVEL

Unit 1: Svaravali, JantaVarisai

Unit 2: DatuVarisai, Alankarams

Unit 3: Gitams and Jatisvarams

Unit 4: SubramanyaBharatiyar and Bharatidasan Songs

Unit 5: Tamil Thai Vazhtu and National Anthem

THEORY OF MUSIC – LEVEL 1 :

Basic Technical terms like Sruti, Svara, Nada, Raga, Tala, Aksharakala, Sthayi-Dathu-Mathu (For One Para) Arohana, Avarohana.

Unit 1 : Technical Terms Sruti-Svara-Nada,

Unit 2 : Raga – Audava – Shadava – Sampurna,

Unit 3 : Talas – Sapta Talas, 35 Talas

Unit 4 : Tevaram and Divyaprabandam

Unit 5 : Classification of Instruments: Wind, String, Percussion.

[Reference Books-South Indian Music books by Prof. Sambamoorthy Vol-1,2,3,4 ]

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Fee Structure

Tuition Fee 2023 - 2024 (Per Sem)
Other Fee (Per Sem)
Total Fee (Per Sem)
8,000 3,000 11,000

M.Sc. Biotechnology

Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)

PROGRAMME EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEOs)

PEO 1: The post-graduates of Biotechnology will able to attain the in-depth knowledge of the basic and application-oriented subjects of Biotechnology and allied fields.

PEO 2: The post-graduates of Biotechnology will able to gain the ability to use the concept of theories, practical skills and latest technological tools in solving any professional issues independently in a global and societal context.

PEO 3: The post-graduates of Biotechnology are equipped to design, analyze, conduct and interpret the experiments and data for the development of process/product within the realistic constraints.

PEO 4: The Post graduates of Biotechnology will continue to learn and update knowledge to become an entrepreneur in a current competitive world of science & technology and also contribute to society.

Programme Outcomes (POs) & Programme Specific Outcomes(PSOs)

PROGRAMME OUTCOMES (POs)

PO1: Graduates will able to have knowledge on the basic and applied theories.

PO2: Handling of sophisticated instrumentations and interpretation and analysis of data.

PO3: Developing an interdisciplinary approach and a rational thinking.

PO4: Designing of research projects that are cost effective, ecofriendly, potent and beneficial to mankind.

PO5: making the graduates to demonstrate their communication effectively and scientifically in both verbal and written form as independent researcher.

PO6: Providing a broad educational and analytical knowledge necessary to make the students for appearing in competitive examinations.

PO7: Generating the graduates with an ability to identify, formulate and solve to deliver process/product with professional, societal and ethical responsibilities.

PO8: Graduates will be able to recognize need for self-learning and lifelong learning.

PO9:The student will be able design, solve the application-oriented problem in biotechnological field through project-based learning.

PO10: Demonstrate their ability to work effectively in team and improvising the technical skills and implying them

PROGRAM SPECIFIC OUTCOME (PSO)

PSO1: Apply fundamental knowledge of biological sciences for the human Welfare and to have successful career as professional or a researcher through lifelong learning in the field of biotechnology.

PSO2: Demonstrate the application of Biotechnological processes in industries that are of social and commercial importance.

PSO3: Exhibit skills of handling microbial processes and biochemical analysis by making use of state-of-the-art facilities and environment.

Curriculum & Syllabus

CURRICULUM & SYLLABUS

MINIMUM CREDITS TO BE EARNED: 140

Hours/WeekMaximum Marks
Code No.CourseLectureTutorialPracticalCreditsCASEETotal
SEMESTER1
CoreCore 1
Cell and
Developmental Biology
40044060100
CoreCore 2
Microbiology
40044060100
CoreCore 3
Biochemistry
40044060100
CoreCore 4
Biochemistry and
Microbiology Practical
00424060100
DSEDSE 1
Molecular Genetics
40044060100
DSEDSE 2
Bioinstrumentation
40044060100
SECSoft Skill 1/
Sector Skill Course
20024060100
220424

 

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Eligibility Criteria

ProgramProgram Duration (Year)EligibilityCriteria for Merit
M.Sc Bio-Technology2 Years (4 Semesters)Degree in B.Sc Zoology/ Botany/ Chemistry/ Biology/ Biotech/ Biochemistry/ Microbiology or B.V.Sc/ B.Sc Agri/ B.Tech Biotech/ MBBSMerit based on the percentage of marks secured in the qualifying examination

Career Prospects

CAREER PROSPECTS

 

  • Biomedical Engineer
  • Quality controller
  • Medical Scientist
  • Clinical Technician
  • Microbiologist
  • Process Development Scientist
  • Biomanufacturing Specialist
  • Business Development Manager
  • Product Strategist
  • Biopharma Sales Representative
  • Medical Scientist
  • Biotechnological Technician
  • Epidemiologist
  • Microbiologist
  • Medical and Clinical Lab Technologist
  • Biomanufacturing Specialist
  • Bioproduction Specialist
  • R&D Scientist
  • Tutor/Teacher / Professor
  • Medical Coder
  • Environmental Technician

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Fee Structure

Tuition Fee 2024 - 2025 (Per Sem)Other Fee (Per Sem)
Total Fee 2024 - 2025 (Per Sem)
25,00020,00045,000

Faculty of the Department

Sl. No.
Name of the Faculty
Designation
Educational Qualification
Area of Specialization
Experience in Years
Vidwan IDPhotos
1Dr.Ashok Kumar.KAssociate Professor and HODM.Sc., M.Tech, M.Phil, SET, Ph.DBiochemistry , Oncology and Environmental Biotechnology19 years 2 months233902
2Dr.Udaya Prakash.N.KProfessorM.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.D.Aerobiology (Mycology and Palynology), Microbiology, Herbal Science, Bio Nanotechnology, Bio-remediation22 years 2 months249657
3Dr.Prakash.BAssociate Professor M.Sc., M.Tech, M.Phil, Ph.DAnimal Biotechnology and Medical Biotechnology21 years232485
4Dr.Vijayalakshmi.SAssociate ProfessorM.Sc., SLET, Ph.D.Secondary Metabolite Production by Fungi and Fungal genetics and Molecular Cell Biology19 years 2 months-
5Dr.Thenmozhi.MAssociate ProfessorM.Sc., MBA, M.Phil, Ph.DPlant, Environmental Biotechnology and Organic farming15 years 2 months232505
6Dr.Sampath Kumar.BAssistant ProfessorM.Sc, Ph.DFungal Diversity15 years 2 months251184
7Dr.Abirami GopalakrishnanAssistant ProfessorM.Sc., Ph.DBioremediation Extremohiles, Actinomycetes, Microbial Molecular Diversity, Drug Discovery6years,2months236844
8Dr.Suganthi.MAssistant ProfessorM.Sc., Ph.DMicrobial biotechnology and Insect molecular biology6years,2months232457
9Dr.Jayanthi.MAssistant ProfessorM.Sc.,M.Phil, Ph.DPlant Metabolic Profiling, Plant Tissue Culture and Genetic Engineering6years,1months232456
10Dr.Manjunathan.JAssistant ProfessorM.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.D.,Mushroom biology, Microbiology, Fungal biotechnology6 years 2 months233885
11Dr.Durgadevi.RAssistant ProfessorM.Sc.,Ph.DMedical Microbiology, Nanotechnology, Drug Discovery mechanism1years,2months292444
12Dr.Vardhana.JAssistant ProfessorM.Sc., Ph.DNanoBiotechnology,Fungal Secondary metabolites ,Fungal Endophytes, Environmental Microbiology6 years 2 months298106
13Ms.Preethi.NAssistant ProfessorM.Sc BiotechnologyMushroom biology, Microbiology, Fungal biotechnology3 years 8 months481450

B.Tech. Biotechnology

Programme Outcomes

PROGRAM OUTCOME (PO)

PO-1: Scientific knowledge: Graduates will acquire biochemistry/biotechnology /
bioinformatics/ microbiology specific knowledge including recent techniques in the respective
fields coupled with hands-on skills and leadership skills for a successful career.

PO-2: Problem analysis: Graduates will be able to analyse, solve and troubleshoot problems in
implementation of biochemistry/biotechnology/ microbiological protocols.

PO-3: Design/development of solutions: Graduates will develop creative thinking and cooperate
with each other to solve problems in the field of biochemistry/biotechnology/bioinformatics/
microbiology.

PO-4: Conduct investigations of complex problems: Graduates will acquire practical skills –
which help in planning and designing protocols to validate hypothesis and execute experimental
techniques independently as well as assimilate, analyse and interpret subsequent data.

PO-5: Modern tool usage and communication: Graduates will effectively be able to manage
resources and time using ICT and computer enabled devices and accomplish ability to
understand and communicate all ideas effectively.

PO-6: Environment sustainability and Ethics: Graduates will get adequate knowledge to use
information and implement solutions for environmental protection and remediation. Graduates
will be aware of their role and responsibility in handling and use of microbes including
genetically modified microorganisms.

PO-7: Lifelong learning: Graduates will carry on to learn and adapt in a world of constantly
evolving technology.

Curriculum & Syllabus

CURRICULUM & SYLLABUS

MINIMUM CREDITS TO BE EARNED: 140

Hours/WeekMaximum Marks
SEMESTER 1
CategoryCodeLectureTutorialPracticalCreditsCASEETotal
LANG21LTAM11/2
1LHIN11/
21LFRE11
Tamil I /
Hindi / French
30034060100
ENGNG 21LENG11 English I30034060100
CORE21CBCG11Financial
Accounting-I
41054060100
CORE21CBCG12 Business
Management
41054060100
CORE21CBCG113Managerial
Economics
50054060100
AECC21ABCG111 Communication
Skills
10224060100
SEC Orientation /
Induction program /
Life skills
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202223

 

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Eligibility Criteria

ProgramEligibilityCriteria for Merit
B.Tech. Biotechnology First Semester of B.E / B.Tech : Should have passed the Higher Secondary Examinations of (10+2) Curriculum (Academic Steam) with Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry as three of the four subjects or any examination of any other authority accepted by the BOM of Vels University as equivalent there to for B.E., Bio -Medical and B.Tech., Biotechnology apart from MPC, Biology as fourth paper is preferable.Merit Based on Vels Entrance Examination Score and Merit Based on Percentage of marks secured in the qualifying examination.

Career Prospects

CAREER PROSPECTS

 

  • Bioinformatics Research Scientist
  • Bioinformatics Engineer
  • Bioinformatics Analyst
  • Clinical pharmacologist
  • Program Specialist
  • Pharmacogenomics
  • Computational Biologist
  • Bioinformatics Data Scientist
  • Health care Associates
  • Clinical Data Developer

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Fee Structure

Tuition Fee 2024 - 2025 (Per Sem)
Other Fee (Per Sem)
Total Fee 2024 - 2025 (Per Sem)
90,000 10,000 1,00,000

Advanced Diploma in Marine Engineering

Eligibility Criteria

ProgramEligibilityCriteria for MeritProgram Duration (Year)
Advanced Diploma in Marine Engineering (Formerly HND Marine Engineering) in partnership with City of Glasgow College, UKA pass in 10+2 or its equivalent examination in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics group
Age: Max 25 years on the date of commencement of the course
Merit based on percentage of marks secured in the qualifying examination together with 10+2 marks.

Medical Standard: Candidate should be physically fit for sea service under standard norms with minimum unaided vision in each eye to be 6/12, and with no colour blindness.
2 Years (4 Semesters)

Career Prospects

CAREER PROSPECTS

 

  • Chief Engineer
  • Chief Electric Technical Officer
  • Design Engineer
  • Indian Navy
  • Indian Cost Guard
  • Maintenance Engineer
  • Port Manager
  • Marine Surveyor
  • Ship Manager
  • Ship Operator
  • ICAR Officer

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Fees Structure

Semester - 1Semester - 2Semester - 3Semester - 4Total Fees
200500200500**401000 + 250 GBP (to COGC)
NANAGBP 13080 ApproxGBP 13080 Approx

B.Tech Automation and Robotics

Programme Outcomes

Curriculum & Syllabus

Eligibility Criteria

Career Prospects

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Program Outcomes (POs) & Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs)

PROGRAMME OUTCOMES (POs)

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 analyses

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 the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.

PO 4: Conduct investigations of complex problems

Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.

PO 5 Modern tool usage

Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling 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)

PSO 1 Graduate will be able to acquire core Automation and Robotics Engineering knowledge and able to solve industrial as well as societal

problems with ethical and environmental consciousness.

PSO 2 Graduate will be able to build the nation, by imparting technological concepts and tools on emerging fields through the Managerial and

entrepreneurs skills.

 

Curriculum & Syllabus

B.Tech  Automation and Robotics Engineering

Curriculum & Syllabus

TOTAL NUMBER OF CREDITS: 170

 

CategoryCode No.CourseHours / WeekCreditsMaximum Marks
LectureTutorialPracticalCASEETotal
SEMESTER I
Humanities and Social Sciences21HS101English20024060100
Basic Science21BS101Physics (Introduction to Electromagnetic Theory)31044060100
Basic Science21BS102Mathematics – I (Calculus and Linear Algebra)31044060100
Engineering Course21ES101Basic Electrical Engineering31044060100
Engineering Course21ES102Engineering Graphics & Design10434060100
Basic Science
Lab
21BL101Physics Lab00424060100
Engineering
Lab
21EL101Electrical Engineering Lab00214060100
Humanities
Lab
21HL101English Lab00214060100
Mandatory
Course
Student Induction Program0020000
Total1411021

Eligibility Criteria

Career Prospects

As industries increasingly adopt automation and robotics, there is a growing demand for professionals skilled in these fields to design, implement, and maintain automated systems.

 

  • Robotics Engineer
  • Automation Engineer
  • Control Systems Engineer
  • AI/ML Engineer
  • Automotive
  • Aerospace
  • Healthcare, Logistics
  • Consumer Electronics

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CERTIFICATE COURSE – Event planning and management

DURATION

6 MONTHS

ELIGIBILITY FOR ADMISSION

Program Duration (Year)
Program Duration (Year)
Criteria for Merit
6 months
Pass in 8th Std., from any board
Merit based on the percentage of marks secured in the qualifying examination

COURSE OBJECTIVES

  • To study the roles and responsibilities of an Event Manager
  • To analyze and evaluate the tasks of cost estimation and client management for the

event

  • To apply the practices for communicating effectively with guests and team members.
  • To learn the activities that ensures the health, hygiene, and safety practices.
  • To create an event with planning and management through organizing an event.

CAREER PROSPECTS

  • Entrepuneur
  • Entry level jobs in Event management sectors

Fee structure

Tuition Fee 2024 - 2025 (Per Sem) Other Fees (Per Sem) Total Fee 2024 - 2025 (Per Sem)
10,0005,00015,000

DIPLOMA HOTEL& CATERING MANAGMENT

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEO)

 PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEO)

PEO1: To meet the demand for trained and professional people in the hospitality industry of  our country.

PEO2: To provide opportunities to the students within the institution, for developing necessary operating skills, values and attitudes to occupy key operational positions in the hospitality sector.

PEO3: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and In multidisciplinary settings.

PEO4: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the hospitality practice.

PEO5: Identify, formulate, research literature, and analyze complex hospitality problems reaching substantiated conclusions using principles of management

Programme Outcomes (POs) & Programme Specific Outcomes(PSOs)

PROGRAM OUTCOME (PO)

PO1: Executes work activities effectively and efficiently to the standards expected in the operation required in the hospitality sectors.

PO2: Manages tasks, functions, duties and activities in the operation of the hotels, restaurants, travel, government and non-government agencies in accordance with the competency  standards.

PO3: Analyses situation, identifies problems, formulates solutions and implements corrective and/or mitigation measures and action management into foodservice and accommodation operations.

PO4. Exhibit the ability to develop, examine, question, and explore perspectives or alternatives to problems in  hospitality operations.

PO5: Demonstrate the ability to use professional written and oral communication skills and technology to successfully communicate.

PO6: Display awareness, understanding and skills necessary to live and work in a diverse  world. 

PO7: Practice professional ethics, provide leadership, demonstrate personal and global responsibility, and work effectively as a team member.

PROGRAMME SPECIFIC OUTCOME (PSO)

PSO1: Utilize interpersonal skills to lead/manage first-level employees in a hospitality setting.

PSO2: Recognize and articulate written and oral communication as appropriate for hospitality environments.

PSO3: Demonstrate ability to apply policies for managing diverse, multicultural hospitality.

PSO4: Exhibit awareness of professional and ethical responsibility in all aspects of conduct.

PSO5: Illustrate the ability to manage the professional preparation, presentation, and service of quality food and beverages.

Curriculum & Syllabus

Curriculum & Syllabus

YearCategorySub CodeTitle of the CourseLectureTutorialPracticalCredits
IAEC21LDHMA1English – Communication2002
IDSC21CDHMA1Food Production2002
IDSC21CDHMB1Food & Beverage Service - I2002
IDSC21CDHMC1Accommodation Operation -I2002
IDSC21CDHMD1Front Office Operation -I2002
IDSE21CDHME1Food Science2002
IDSE21CDHMF1Application of Computers2002
IDSC21PDHMA1Food Production Practical -I0042
IDSC21PDHMB1Food & Beverage Service Practical -I0042
IDSC21PDHMC1Accommodation Operation Practical-I0042
IDSC21PDHMD1Front Office Operation Practical - I0021
IDSE21PDHMF1Front Office Operation Practical - I0021
Sub Credits22

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Eligibility Criteria

Program
Program Duration(Years)
Eligibility
Criteria for Merit
Diploma in Hotel and Catering Management3 Years (Non Semester)Pass in 10th StdMerit based on the percentage of marks secured in the qualifying examination

Career Prospects

CAREER PROSPECTS

  • As Management Trainee in Hotel and allied hospitality industry.
  • Airlines / Flight Kitchens and on-board flight services, Ground Staff.
  • Indian Navy Hospitality services
  • Guest/ Customer Relation Executive in Hotel and other Service Sectors.
  • Executives in International and National fast food chains.
  • As managers in Hospital and Institutional Catering.
  • Faculty in Hotel & Tourism Management Institutes.
  • In Shipping and Cruise lines.

 

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Fee Structure

Tuition Fee 2024 - 2025 (Per Sem)Other Fee (Per Sem)
Total Fee 2024 - 2025 (Per Sem)
25,00021,00046,000

B.Tech Computer Science and Engineering (WIP)

Fees Structure

Tuition Fee 2024 - 2025 (Per Sem) Other Fees (Per Sem)Total Fee 2024 - 2025 (Per Sem)
1,50,00019,0001,69,000

B.Sc Computer Science with specialisation in Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning -Shift 2

Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)

PROGRAMME EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEO)

PEO 1: Graduates will have solid basics in Mathematics, Programming, Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence fundamentals and advancements to solve technical problems.

PEO 2: Graduates will have the capability to apply their knowledge and skills acquired to solve the issues in real world Artificial Intelligence and Machine learning areas and to develop feasible and reliable systems.

PEO 3: Graduates will have the potential to participate in life-long learning through the successful completion of advanced degrees, continuing education, certifications and /or other professional developments.

PEO 4: Graduates will have the ability to apply the gained knowledge to improve the society ensuring ethical and moral values.

PEO 5: Graduates will have exposure to emerging cutting-edge technologies and excellent training in the field of Artificial Intelligence & Machine learning.

Programme Outcomes (POs) & Programme Specific Outcomes(PSOs)

PROGRAMME OUTCOMES (PO)

PO 1: Develop knowledge in the field of AI & ML courses necessary to qualify for the degree.

PO 2: Acquire a rich basket of value-added courses and soft skill courses instilling self-confidence and moral values.

PO 3: Develop problem solving, decision making and communication skills.

PO 4: Demonstrate social responsibility through Ethics and values and Environmental Studies related activities in the campus and in the society.

PO 5: Strengthen the critical thinking skills and develop professionalism with the state of art ICT facilities.

PO 6: Quality for higher education, government services, industry needs and start up units through continuous practice of preparatory examinations.

PO 7: Gain inter-disciplinary, multi-disciplinary competence as value additions.

PROGRAM SPECIFIC OUTCOMES (PSO)

PSO 1: Ability to analyze a problem, and identify and define the AI & ML requirements appropriate to its solution.

PSO 2: Ability to design, implement, and evaluate a Machine learning system, process, component, or program to solve the given problem.

PSO 3: Ability to communicate effectively through oral and written means.

PSO 4: Ability to work in a team to achieve a common goal.

PSO 5: Enhanced communication and leadership abilities and ability to work and learn in team environment.

PSO 6: Understand the needs of society and sensitivity to societal responsibilities.

Curriculum & Syllabus

CURRICULUM & SYLLABUS

MINIMUM CREDITS TO BE EARNED: 140

CategoryCode NoCourseHours/WeekCredits
LectureTutorialPractical
LANG23LTAM11/
23LHIN11/
23LFRE11
Tamil- I/
Hindi-I / French-I
3003
ENG23LENG21English- I3003
CORE23CBAL11Object Oriented Programming using Python4105
CORE23CBAL12Artificial Intelligence3104
CORE23PBAL11Python Programming Lab0042
CORE23BMA001Mathematics – I4004
AECC23AECS11Communication Skills1022
SECOrientation/Induction
programme / Life
skills
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TOTAL182623

 

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Eligibility Criteria

ProgramProgram Duration (Year)EligibilityCriteria for Merit
B.Sc Computer Science with specialisation in Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning3 Years (6 Semesters)"Pass in (10+2) or equivalent with Maths/ Computer Science/ Business Maths/ Statistics/Information Practices/Computer Applications/Information Technology/Artificial Intelligence

Lateral Entry - Pass in Diploma in Computer Science/ECE/Information Technology/Computer Technology"


Merit based on the percentage of marks secured in the qualifying examination

Fee Structure

Tuition Fee 2024 - 2025 (Per Sem) Other Fee (Per Sem)Total Fee 2024 - 2025 (Per Sem)
20,00019,00039,000

Career Prospects

 

CAREER PROSPECTS

 

 

  • Robotics Programmer
  • Video Game Programmer
  • Data Scientist
  • Software Engineer
  • Machine Learning Researcher
  • Business Intelligence Developer
  • Statistical Analyst

Faculty of the Department

Sl. No.
Name of the Faculty
Designation
Educational Qualification
Area of Specialization
Experience in Years
Vidwan IDPhotos
1Dr.Perumal.SProfessor and HeadM.Sc., M.Phil.,P.h.DImage Processing, Data Analytics, Cloud Computing, IOT28 yrs263415
2Dr.Parameswari.RProfessorMCA., M.Phil., Ph.DCloud Computing & Big Data Analytics17 years 11 months237318
3Dr.Thailambal.GAssociate ProfessorMCA., M.Phil., Ph.DData Mining, Text Mining, Pattern Matching & Machine Learning20 yrs232467
4Dr.Mangayarkarasi.SAssociate ProfessorMCA., M.Phil.,Ph.DNetwork Security, Image Processing, IOT & Networking19 yrs232465
5Dr.Arunachalam.A.SAssociate ProfessorMCA., M.Phil.,Ph.DData Mining, Image Processing and Networking, Data Science, Big Data20 yrs173795
6Dr.Sreekala.TAssociate ProfessorM.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.D,NETIntrusion Detection System, Network Security, Machine Learning, Blockchain Technology18 years 4 months173689
7Dr.Durga.RAssociate ProfessorMCA,,M.Phil, Ph.DNetwork Security, Wireless Sensor, Cloud Computing16 yrs173696
8Dr.Akila.AAssociate ProfessorMCA.,M.Phil., Ph.D.,Speech Recognition & Signal Processing13 year 7 months183051
9Dr.Aneetha.A.SAssociate ProfessorMCA, M.Phil, NET.,Ph.DIntrusion and Detection System14 years 4 months469003
10Dr.V.PoornimaAssociate ProfessorM.Sc(CS),MCA,
M.Phil,Ph.D
Machine Learning , ANN , IoT11 years8 months470632-
11Mr.Balamurugan.RAssistant ProfessorMCA., M.Phil.,(Ph.D)Data Mining22 years 5 months237146
12Ms.Padma.RAssistant ProfessorM.Sc, M.Phil, SET, (Ph.D)Big Data Analytics, Aritificial intelligence and Machine learning18 year236678
13Dr.Abirami.KAssistant ProfessorM.Sc,M.Phil,Ph.DWeb Mining8 years 6 months427668
14Dr.Thirunavukkarasu.K.SAssistant ProfessorM.Sc,M.Phil, Ph.DData Mining15 years 5 month291351
15Dr.Vishwa Priya.VAssistant ProfessorMCA, MBA,M.Phil,Ph.DBig Data Analytics, Aritificial intelligence and Machine learning,IOT6 years 4 months405597
16Dr.Tamilselvi.PAssistant ProfessorMCA, M.Phil, Ph.DCloud Computing12 years470649
17Dr.Jose Reena.KAssistant ProfessorMCA, M.Phil,Ph.DIoT, Big Data8 years 1 month425726-
18Dr.Nisha Dayana.T.RAssistant ProfessorM.Sc,M.Phil,Ph.DImage Mining11 years 2 months470653
19Ms.K.SreelathaAssistant ProfessorM.Sc CS &IT,M.Phil,(Ph.D)Networking1 yr470792-

Department of Computer Science and Engineering

About the Department

The Department of Computer Science and Engineering was established in the year 2008. It offers UG, PG and Doctoral Programmes that are accredited by UGC, AICTE and NAAC. The B.E. Degree in CSE was   accredited by the NBA for three years from the academic year 2019-20. The curriculum is framed with the state of the art design comprising core, professional, ability enhancement and skill enhancement electives. In addition to the curriculum, various add-on courses are being offered and thereby a platform for gaining in-depth knowledge is provided. It is well equipped with excellent computing facilities, latest software and state-of-the-art IT infrastructure. The department has set up an IBM software lab for Cloud Computing to enhance research activities and to explore the current technology needs. The faculty members have a good blend of industrial as well as teaching experience. To its added credentials,  students were given International exposure through internships in leading foreign universities The department equips the students with the skills required to mould them into successful Entrepreneurs in Software Development. 

The department has ambient research groups well equipped with prior knowledge to leading innovative work group in frontier areas of research.

Vision and Mission

Vision

To develop a knowledge hub for Computer Science Engineers and Technocrats in application of their competence for the betterment of the Individual, Industry and Society.

Mission

  • To nurture the students to be industry- ready by providing a strong conceptual foundation and by enhancing their employability and entrepreneurial skills. 
  • To provide holistic growth by conducting relevant enrichment programs, which includes curricular, co-curricular, extracurricular and extension activities. 
  • To inculcate innovation and creativity through practically viable Internships and Project works. 
  • To create research oriented mindset and focus in fulfilling growing demands of the society through mentoring and lifelong learning.

List of Programmes

  • Ph.D
  • M.E CSE 
  • B.E CSE 
  • B.Tech IT

Faculty-Student Ratio: 1: 15

Programme Outcomes

PROGRAM OUTCOME (PO)

PO1: Independently carry out research /investigation and development work to solve
practical problems.

PO2: Write and present a substantial technical report/document.

PO3: Demonstrate a degree of mastery over the Computer Science and Engineering curriculum at a level higher than the requirements in the appropriate bachelor programme.

PO4: Apply mathematical foundations, algorithms and computer science principles in modelling and designing computer systems.

PO5: Apply computer science tools and techniques to solve different classes of engineering problems following ethical practices.

PO6: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and lifelong learning in the broadest context of technological change.

Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)

PROGRAMME EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEOs)

PEO1: To adopt systematic approach to design, develop, implement and innovate integrated systems that include people, technology, information and resources.

PEO2: To apply principles and practices in information technology to solve multiple real world problems.

PEO3: To become Entrepreneurs or Employees of reputed Organizations or pursue Higher Education for better adaptability.

PEO4: To accomplish any tasks with ethical values and commitment to meet the Social needs.

Programme Outcomes (POs) & Programme Specific Outcomes(PSOs)

PROGRAM OUTCOME (PO)

PO1: Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.

PO2: Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.

PO3: 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 the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.

PO4: Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.

PO5: Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.

PO6: 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.

PO7: 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.

PO8:   Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.

PO9: Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.

PO10: 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 clearinstructions.

PO11: 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.

PO12: 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.

PROGRAMME SPECIFIC OUTCOMES (PSOs)

PSO1: An expert with an aptitude and competence to analyze, design, model, develop, test and manage information systems to offer customized solutions.

PSO2: A professional with learning abilities to face upcoming challenges in the field of Information Technology.

Curriculum & Syllabus

CURRICULUM & SYLLABUS

MINIMUM CREDITS TO BE EARNED: 134

CategoryCourseHours/WeekCreditsMaximum Marks
Lecture TutorialPractical CASEETotal
Program CoreMathematics and Statistics for Computer Science31044060100
Program CoreAdvanced Data Structures and Algorithms31044060100
Program ElectiveProgram Elective – I31044060100
Program ElectiveProgram Elective - II31044060100
Program CoreAdvanced Data Structures and Algorithms Lab00424060100
Program CoreAdvanced Database
Management System Laboratory
00424060100
Mandatory coursesResearch Methodology and IPR20024060100
Audit CourseAudit Course – 100004060100
Total144822

 

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Curriculum & Syllabus

CURRICULUM & SYLLABUS

MINIMUM CREDITS TO BE EARNED: 170

CategoryCourse TitleLectureTutorialPracticalCreditsCASEETotal
SEMESTER 1
BSCEngineering Chemistry3--34060100
BSCMathematics I(Calculus and Linear Algebra)31-44060100
ESCProgramming for Problem
Solving
3--34060100
ESCBasics of Civil and Mechanical Engineering3--34060100
ESCWorkshop and Manufacturing Practices1-434060100
BSCChemistry Laboratory--214060100
ESCProgramming for Problem Solving Laboratory--214060100
MCStudent Induction Program-------
MCUniversal Human Values2---100
151818

 

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Eligibility Criteria

ProgramCriteria for MeritProgram Duration (Year)
Eligibility
Criteria for Merit
M.Tech Computer Science and Engineering2 Years
(4 Semesters)
"Passed Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent in the relevant field.
Obtained at least 50% marks (45% marks in case of candidates belonging to reserved category) in the qualifying examination."
Merit based on GATE/ TANCET/ Vels Entrance Examination and percentage of mark secured in the qualifying examination

Eligibility Criteria

ProgramProgram Duration (Year)
Eligibility
Criteria for Merit
B.Tech Computer Science and Engineering"4 Years
(8 Semesters)"
"First Year:
Passed 10+2 examination with Physics/ Mathematics/ Chemistry/ Computer Science/ Electronics/ Information Technology/ Biology/ Informatics Practices/ Biotechnology/ Technical Vocational subject/ Agriculture/ Engineering Graphics/ Business Studies/ Entrepreneurship as per table 8.4 Agriculture stream (for Agriculture Engineering) Obtained at least 45% marks (40% marks in case of candidates belonging to reserved category) in the above subjects taken together.
OR
Passed D.Voc. Stream in the same or allied sector. (The Universities will offer suitable bridge courses such as Mathematics, Physics, Engineering drawing, etc., for the students coming from diverse backgrounds to prepare Level playing field and desired learning outcomes of the programme)

Lateral Entry (to Second Year)
Passed Minimum THREE years / TWO years (Lateral Entry) Diploma examination with at least 45% marks (40% marks in case of candidates belonging to reserved category) in ANY branch of Engineering and Technology.
OR
Passed B.Sc. Degree from a recognized University as defined by UGC, with at least 45% marks (40% marks in case of candidates belonging to reserved category) and passed 10+2 examination with Mathematics as a subject.
OR
Passed B.Voc/3-year D.Voc. Stream in the same or allied sector. (The Universities will offer suitable bridge courses such as Mathematics, Physics, Engineering drawing, etc., for the students coming from diverse backgrounds to achieve desired learning outcomes of the programme)"
"
Merit based on Vels Entrance Examination and percentage of mark secured in the qualifying examination

Career Prospects

CAREER PROSPECTS

 

  • Software developer
  • Computer network architect
  • System administrator
  • Database administrator
  • Computer and information systems manager
  • Computer and information systems analyst
  • Information security analyst
  • Application Development
  • Business Systems Analyst
  • CGI Special Effects Technician
  • Client-Server Systems Manager
  • Computing Hardware Systems Director
  • Data Analyst
  • Data Processing Departmental
  • Manager
  • Database Administrator
  • Database Manager
  • Desktop Support Engineer
  • Director of IT
  • Disaster Recovery Planners
  • Embedded software
  • Enterprise Architect
  • Game Developer
  • Hardware Designer
  • Healthcare Software
  • Hosting Service Management
  • Lead Mobile Phone Application
  • Researcher

Career Prospects

CAREER PROSPECTS

  • Machine Learning Engineer
  • R&D Engineer
  • System Analyst
  • System Engineer
  • Programming architect
  • Full Stack Developer / Front end Developer /  Back end Developer
  • Software developer
  • Computer network architect
  • System administrator
  • Database administrator
  • Data Analyst
  • Game Developer

Alumni Testimonials

Alumni Testimonials

Fee Structure

Tuition Fee 2024 - 2025 (Per Sem)Other Fee (Per Sem)
Total Fee 2024 - 2025 (Per Sem)
30,00019,00049,000

Major Research Areas

Major Research Areas

  • Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning
  • Data Science and Analytics
  • Computer Networks and Systems
  • Distributed Systems and Cloud Computing
  • Database and Information Systems
  • Security and Cryptography
  • Internet of Things
  • Deep Learning
  • Image Processing
  • Big Data Analytics
  • Distributed Computing
  • Quantum Computing
  • Natural Language Processing
  • Virtualization
  • Theoretical Computer Science
  • Game Theory
  • Generative Artificial Intelligence
  • Cognitive Neuroscience

Sponsored Research/Consultancy

S.NoName of the FacultyProject TitleResearch / ConsultancyFunding AgencyGrant ReceivedDuration and Status
1Dr.M.Chandrasekaran, Dr.S.ArunSTI Hub for Technology enabled Production and Marketing of Value-added Agricultural products to enhance the livelihood of SC Community in Thellar BlockResearch ProjectDST-SEED266136183
2Dr. R. AnandanWearable technology interfaced Smart Stress Detector ModuleResearch ProjectEDII2000001
3Dr. R. AnandanReconnaissance of geospatial mapping to navigate Person in multipath indoor environment using Augmented reality in AirportResearch ProjectMSME17000001
4Dr.R.Anandan, Dr. K. KalaivaniIOT based Intelligent Networking System for tracked vehiclesResearch ProjectAICTERPS10256663

Fee Structure

Tuition Fee 2024 - 2025 (Per Sem)Other Fee (Per Sem)
Total Fee 2024 - 2025 (Per Sem)
58,00041,00099,000

Professional Activities

List of Events Organized by the Department From 2020 – Present

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Faculty of the Department

S.NoNAME OF THE FACULTYDESIGNATIONEDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATIONAREA OF SPECIALIZATIONEXPERIENCE IN YEARSVidwan IDPHOTO
1Dr.S.ArunProfessor & Director (IQAC)M.E., Ph.DArtificial intelligence, Human computer interaction, Vision System, Biosignal Processing18258568
2Dr.K.KalaivaniAssociate Professor & HeadM.E., Ph.DImage Processing, Data Analytics, Artificial Intelligence17233987
3Dr. R.AnandanProfessorM.E., Ph.DQuantum Computing, Regenerative AI, AR- VR, Metaverse , Human Computer Interaction, Edge Computing, Computer Vision, Natural Language Processing, High Performance Computing2384899
4Dr. N. KumarProfessorM.Tech., Ph.DComputer Networks, Mobile and Wireless Ad hoc Networks, Software Defined Networks, Cloud Computing, IoT, Image Processing, AI & Machine Learning, Data Science18232473
5Dr.A.RajeshProfessorM.Tech., Ph.DNetwork Security16.8232499
6Dr.A.PackialathaAssociate ProfessorM.E., Ph.DPattern Recognition,Cloud Computing,Knowledge Engineering,Neural Networks, Big Data Analytics,Deep learning21253610
7Dr.S.MeeraAssociate ProfessorM.E., Ph.DBig data, image processing, computer networks, cloud computing, IoT23315114
8Dr.K.UlagaPriyaAssociate ProfessorM.E., Ph.DMachine learning, data science, software Engineering22232452
9Dr.S.SrideviAssociate ProfessorM.E., Ph.DComputer Networks,Wireless Sensor Networks, Artificial Intelligence,Machine Learning, Deep Learning, Data Science, Computer Vision,Network Security,Cyber Security,IoT15.8234016
10Dr.A.ManikandanAssistant ProfessorM.E., Ph.DComputer Networks, Cloud Computing, IoT, Image Processing, AI & Machine Learning, Data Science10.5234022
11Dr.C.Swaraj PaulAssistant ProfessorM.E., Ph.DData Mining, Image Processing, IoT, Cloud Computing, sensors10485613
12Dr.P.SheelaGowrAssistant ProfessorM.E., Ph.DImage Processing, Cloud Computing, IoT, AI & Machine Learning, Data Science13.9234045
13Dr.Banushri.AAssistant ProfessorM.Tech., Ph.DCloud Computing, Blockchain Technology, Computer Networks, Network Security13237876
14Dr. S.ThirumalAssistant ProfessorM.E., Ph.DComputer Networks, Cloud Computing, IoT, Image Processing, AI & Machine Learning, Data Science11.532474
15Dr.P.ThilakavathyAssistant ProfessorM.E., Ph.DImage processing, machine learning, IoT9470493
16Dr. G. RevathyAssistant ProfessorM.E., Ph.D.Cybersecurity, Machine Learning, Deep learning, NLP5475353
17Dr. A.SarithaAssistant ProfessorM.E., Ph.D.Computer networks,cloud computing,Mobile Ad hoc networks,Machine learning13233992
18Ms.Parvathavarthini.KAssistant ProfessorM.E., (Ph.D)Image Processing, Computer Networks, Deep Learning9.6232483
19Mr.C.DarwinAssistant ProfessorM.TechGrid Computing, Computer Networks, WSN, Cloud Computing9495008
20Mr M.Franklin SinghAssistant ProfessorM.E.Computer Networks, Embedded Systems, Sensors5495002
21Mr Jegan ThomasAssistant ProfessorM.E.Data Communication, Web Analytics, Digital Marketing5495006
22Mr.K.KalaiyamuthanAssistant ProfessorM.E.Web Development11.7487389
23Mrs.R.DeepaAssistant ProfessorM.E., (Ph.D)Deep Learning /Machine Learning, Data Analytics9253738
24Mrs.S.VijithaAssistant ProfessorM.E., (Ph.D)Block Chain Technology, Networks,Big Data security, Machine learning6253591
25Mrs.S.SethuAssistant ProfessorM.E., (Ph.D)Computer Networks,Network Security, Deep learning5469629
26Ms.Pavithra JagadesanAssistant ProfessorM.E., (Ph.D)Cyber security, machine learning3475337
27Mrs. P. Mohana priyaAssistant ProfessorM.E., (Ph.D)Deep Learning, Machine learning,Image processing3484305
28Mrs.M.SubbulakshmiAssistant ProfessorM.Tech.Image Processing, Computer Networks.2487404
29Mrs.M.BhanumathiAssistant ProfessorM.E., (Ph.D)Deep Learning, Machine Learning17315834
30Mr.N.UdayakumarAssistant ProfessorM.E., (Ph.D)Computer Networks, Network Security, Cyber Security, Malware Anaysis8.6468408
31Mrs.P.V.HemavathyAssistant ProfessorM.E., (Ph.D)Deep Learning, Medical Image Processing8.5464234
32Mrs.S.M.SowmiyaAssistant ProfessorM.E., (Ph.D)Artificial Intelligence, Cloud Computing7.5469822
33Mrs.S.J.KavithaAssistant ProfessorM.E., (Ph.D)Cloud Computing, IoT, Deep Learning3.7469822
34Dr.S.VarshavardhiniAssistant ProfessorM.E., Ph.DBig Data, Data Mining , Machine Learning0.6467731
35Mrs.S.SaranyaAssistant ProfessorM.EComputer networks0.7467688
36Mrs.S.Divya BairaviAssistant ProfessorM.EArtificial intelligence and machine learning7468931
37Mrs.R.KalpanaAssistant ProfessorM.E., (Ph.D)Blockchain technology , Cryptography, Networks16467969
38Mrs.N.KavithaAssistant ProfessorM.E., (Ph.D)Deep Learning, Medical Image Processing1.8279169
39Mrs V.BharathiAssistant ProfessorM.EImage processing, Network security, artificial intelligence and machine learning10.5468960
40Dr.KennethSundaraj (Adjunt)ProfessorM.E., Ph.D.Image Processing, Networks.--
41Mr.SanjeevArumugam (Adjunt)Assistant ProfessorM.E.Internet of Things--
42Dr.RM.Manikandan (Adjunt)Associate ProfessorM.E., Ph.D.Computer Networks--
43Mr.Aswinkumar KC (Adjunt)Assistant ProfessorM.Tech.Internet of Things--
44Mr.Surya S K (Adjunt)Assistant ProfessorM.E.Internet of Things--

M.Sc Computer Science

Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)

PROGRAMME EDUCATIONAL OUTCOMES (PEO)

PEO1: Graduates are prepared to be employed in IT industries by providing expected Domain Knowledge.

PEO2: Graduates are provided with practical training, hands-on and project experience to meet the industrial needs.

PEO3: Graduates are motivated in career and entrepreneurial skill development to become global leaders.

PEO4: Graduates are trained to demonstrate creativity, develop innovative ideas and. to work in teams to accomplish a common goal.

PEO5: Graduates are addressed with social issues and guided to operate problems with Solution.

Programme Outcomes (POs) & Programme Specific Outcomes(PSOs)

PROGRAM OUTCOMES (PO)

PO 1: Domain Expertise: Communicate computer science concepts, designs, and solutions effectively and professionally.

PO 2: Computing Skills and Ethics: Apply knowledge of computing to produce effective designs and solutions for specific problems.

PO 3: Lifelong Learning and Research: Identify, analyze, and synthesize scholarly literature relating to the field of computer science.

PO 4: Modern Tool Usage: Use software development tools, software systems, and modern computing platforms.

PO 5: Social Contribution: An understanding of professional, ethical, legal, security and social issues and responsibilities

PO 6: Ethics: Capable of evaluating personal and professional choices in terms of codes of ethics and ethical theories and understanding the impact of their decisions on themselves, their professions, and on society

PO 7: Life Long Learning: Apply design and development principles in the construction of software systems of varying complexity.

PROGRAMME SPECIFIC OUTCOMES (PSO)

PSO 1: Professionally trained in the areas of programming, multimedia, animation, web designing, networking and to acquire knowledge in various domain-based electives.

PSO 2: Abet students to communicate effectively and to improve their competency skills to solve real time problems.

PSO 3:  The ability to employ modern computer languages and applications for their successful career, to create platforms to become an entrepreneur and a relish for higher studies.

Curriculum & Syllabus

CURRICULUM & SYLLABUS

MINIMUM CREDITS TO BE EARNED: 90

CategoryCode NoCourseHours/WeekMaximum Marks
LectureTutorialPracticalCreditsCASEETotal
Core21CMCS11Linux Programming40044060100
Core21CMCS12Design and Analysis

of Algorithm
40044060100
Core21CMCS13Scripting Language30444060100
Core21PMCS11Linux Programming

Lab
00424060100
DSE21DMCS--DSE 140044060100
DSE21DMCS--DSE 240044060100
SECSoft Skill1/

Sector Skill Course
20024060100
TOTAL210824

 

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Eligibility Criteria

ProgramProgram Duration (Year)EligibilityCriteria for Merit
M.Sc Computer Science2 Years (4 Semesters)Bachelor's degree in Computer Science/ Computer Science and Technology/ Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning/ Cyber Security/ BCA degree/ Any othere degree accepted as equivalent thereto by the syndicateMerit based on the percentage of marks secured in the qualifying examination

Career Prospects

CAREER PROSPECTS

 

  • Robotics Programmer
  • Video Game Programmer
  • Data Scientist
  • Software Engineer
  • Machine Learning Researcher
  • Business Intelligence Developer
  • Statistical Analyst

Alumni Testimonials

Fee Structure

Tuition Fee 2024 - 2025 (Per Sem)Other Fee (Per Sem)
Total Fee 2024 - 2025 (Per Sem)
21,00018,00039,000

Faculty of the Deapartment

Sl. No.
Name of the Faculty
Designation
Educational Qualification
Area of Specialization
Experience in Years
Vidwan IDPhotos
1Dr.Perumal.SProfessor and HeadM.Sc., M.Phil.,P.h.DImage Processing, Data Analytics, Cloud Computing, IOT28 yrs263415
2Dr.Parameswari.RProfessorMCA., M.Phil., Ph.DCloud Computing & Big Data Analytics17 years 11 months237318
3Dr.Thailambal.GAssociate ProfessorMCA., M.Phil., Ph.DData Mining, Text Mining, Pattern Matching & Machine Learning20 yrs232467
4Dr.Mangayarkarasi.SAssociate ProfessorMCA., M.Phil.,Ph.DNetwork Security, Image Processing, IOT & Networking19 yrs232465
5Dr.Arunachalam.A.SAssociate ProfessorMCA., M.Phil.,Ph.DData Mining, Image Processing and Networking, Data Science, Big Data20 yrs173795
6Dr.Sreekala.TAssociate ProfessorM.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.D,NETIntrusion Detection System, Network Security, Machine Learning, Blockchain Technology18 years 4 months173689
7Dr.Durga.RAssociate ProfessorMCA,,M.Phil, Ph.DNetwork Security, Wireless Sensor, Cloud Computing16 yrs173696
8Dr.Akila.AAssociate ProfessorMCA.,M.Phil., Ph.D.,Speech Recognition & Signal Processing13 year 7 months183051
9Dr.Aneetha.A.SAssociate ProfessorMCA, M.Phil, NET.,Ph.DIntrusion and Detection System14 years 4 months469003
10Dr.V.PoornimaAssociate ProfessorM.Sc(CS),MCA,
M.Phil,Ph.D
Machine Learning , ANN , IoT11 years8 months470632-
11Mr.Balamurugan.RAssistant ProfessorMCA., M.Phil.,(Ph.D)Data Mining22 years 5 months237146
12Ms.Padma.RAssistant ProfessorM.Sc, M.Phil, SET, (Ph.D)Big Data Analytics, Aritificial intelligence and Machine learning18 year236678
13Dr.Abirami.KAssistant ProfessorM.Sc,M.Phil,Ph.DWeb Mining8 years 6 months427668
14Dr.Thirunavukkarasu.K.SAssistant ProfessorM.Sc,M.Phil, Ph.DData Mining15 years 5 month291351
15Dr.Vishwa Priya.VAssistant ProfessorMCA, MBA,M.Phil,Ph.DBig Data Analytics, Aritificial intelligence and Machine learning,IOT6 years 4 months405597
16Dr.Tamilselvi.PAssistant ProfessorMCA, M.Phil, Ph.DCloud Computing12 years470649
17Dr.Jose Reena.KAssistant ProfessorMCA, M.Phil,Ph.DIoT, Big Data8 years 1 month425726-
18Dr.Nisha Dayana.T.RAssistant ProfessorM.Sc,M.Phil,Ph.DImage Mining11 years 2 months470653
19Ms.K.SreelathaAssistant ProfessorM.Sc CS &IT,M.Phil,(Ph.D)Networking1 yr470792-

B.com - LLB

Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)

PROGRAMME EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEOs)

The Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs) describe the career and professional accomplishments that the programme is preparing its graduates to attain within a few years of graduation. Graduates of LL.B programme are expected to achieve the following Programme Educational Objectives within a few years of graduation:

PEO 1: Possess the knowledge, skills and competency in law required to pass the Bar examination.

PEO 2: Successful in the chosen field of profession / towards advanced or higher studies, by using the skills and knowledge gained during study.

PEO 3: Venture into new and challenging areas of practice where the existence of law on the subject is nil/limited and demonstrate the competency in providing solutions to complex problems by application of law.

PEO 4: Exercise proper professional, moral and ethical behaviour towards the Bar, the Bench, clients, legal system, and society.

PEO 5: Embrace cultural differences and civic and community engagement, besides providing for free legal aid whenever needed.

Programme Outcomes (POs) & Programme Specific Outcomes(PSOs)

PROGRAM OUTCOME (PO)

PO 1: Legal Knowledge: A coherent understanding of fundamental areas of legal knowledge including Indian Legal System, Social Justice, Cultural and International Context and Principles and values of ethical practices.

PO 2: Critical Analysis: A Capacity to think critically, strategically, and creatively. The ability to articulate legal issues applying reasoning and research. Effective Communication skills by use of English language analysis, report, and ability to respond appropriately.

PO 3: Legal Consultation and Aid:  The ability to write a competent legal analysis, extend legal aid and consultation to the clients and public in the society.

PO 4: Research Skills:  Practical Skills necessary to identify the research, evaluate, synthesis relevant legal (case – analysis) and policy issue. 

PO 5: Modern Tool Usage: Create, select, and apply modern IT tools such as Manupatra, Indian kanoon, Lexis-Nexis in legal research, drafting and referring the case studies.

PO 6: Law and Society: To acquire & apply legal knowledge to the complex Socio-legal problems and make students eligible to practice in Courts, Industries, Companies as legal practitioner.

PO 7: Legal Reasoning: To develop legal research skills & legal reasoning and apply it during programme & in Legal practice.

PO 8: Ethics and Professional Responsibility: A Capacity to value and promote honesty, integrity, accountability, and ethical standards including in understanding and making ethical decisions, and rules of professional responsibility.

PO 9: Individual and Teamwork: To develop leadership qualities amongst students and make awareness about Constitutional legislative & societal transformation in society.

PO 10: Communication: Effective Communication skills by use of English language analysis, report, and ability to respond appropriately.

PO 11: Self-Management: Ability to appropriate self-management, discipline and balanced thought and capacity to adapt to and embrace change.

PO 12: Life-Long Learning: To develop an attitude of self-reflection while learning & Recognize the need for and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of changing legal contexts.

PROGRAMME SPECIFIC OUTCOMES (PSOs)

Programme Specific Outcomes (PSOs) describe what graduates are expected to learn and be able to perform in a specialized area of discipline, upon graduation from a programme. The PSOs of LL.B programme are as follows:

PSO 1: Graduates will be able to contribute effectively through practice and research to specialized areas of law such as Constitutional Law, Business Law, and Intellectual Property Law.

PSO 2: Graduates will be able to work in multiple sectors, besides law, nationally and globally due to multi-disciplinary perspective of curriculum.

PSO 3: Graduates will be able to critically analyze existing laws, able to draft legislations and policies, thereby contributing to the nation and the world at large.

Curriculum & Syllabus

CURRICULUM & SYLLABUS

MINIMUM CREDITS TO BE EARNED: 275

CATEGORYCOURSE TITLEHOURS PER WEEKCREDITS
LectureTutorialPractical
CoreEnglish Grammar and Literature4004
CorePolitical Theory4004
CoreFinancial Accounting4004
CoreManagerial Economics4004
CoreLaw of Torts including Consumer
Protection Act and Motor Vehicles Act
4004
CoreLaw of Contracts – I including
Specific Relief Act
4004
AECCLanguage Paper – I2002
TOTAL260026

 

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Eligibility Criteria

ProgramProgram Duration (Year)EligibilityCriteria for Merit
B.Com., LL.B (Hons)5 Years (10 Semesters)Pass in (10+2), or its equivalent
Age: As BCI norms
Merit based on Vels Entrance Examination Score and Merit based on percentage of marks secured in the qualifying examination

Career Prospects

CAREER PROSPECTS

 

  • Civil Judge
  • Advocate
  • Legal Analyst
  • Company Secretary
  • Journalist
  • All sectors require law graduates

Fee Structure

Tuition Fee 2024 - 2025 (Per Sem)Other Fee (Per Sem)
Total Fee 2024 - 2025 (Per Sem)
54,00037,00091,000

B.Tech. Information Technology

Program Educational Objectives(PEOs) & Program Specific Outcomes(PSOs)

Program Educational Objectives(PEOs)

PEO1 : To adopt a systematic approach to design, develop, implement and innovate integrated systems that include people,technology, information and resources.

PEO2 : To apply principles and practices in information technology to solve multiple real world problems.

PEO3 : To become Entrepreneurs or Employees of reputed  Organizations or pursue Higher Education for better adaptability.

PEO4 : To accomplish any tasks with ethical values and commitment to meet the social needs.

Program Specific Outcomes(PSOs)

PSO1 : An expert with aptitude and competence to analyse, design, model, develop,test and manage information systems to offer customized solutions.

PSO2 : A professional with learning abilities to face upcoming challenges in the field of Information Technology.

Programme Outcomes

PROGRAM OUTCOME (PO)

PO1: Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.

PO2: Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.

PO3: 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 the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.

PO4: Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.

PO5: Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.

PO6: 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.

PO7: 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.

PO8: Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit  to  professional ethics  and responsibilities  and  norms of the engineering practice.

PO9: Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.

PO10: 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 clearinstructions.

PO11: 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.

PO12: 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.

Curriculum & Syllabus

CURRICULUM & SYLLABUS

MINIMUM CREDITS TO BE EARNED: 170

CategoryCourse TitleLectureTutorialPracticalCreditsCASEETotal
SEMESTER 1
BSCEngineering Chemistry3--34060100
BSCMathematics I(Calculus
and Linear Algebra)
31-44060100
PCCSoftware Foundation and Programming I3--34060100
ESCBasics of Civil and Mechanical Engineering3--34060100
ESC (Blended)Workshop and Manufacturing Practices1-434060100
BSCChemistry Laboratory--214060100
PCC
(Practical)
Software Foundation and Programming I Laboratory--214060100
MCStudent Induction
Program
-------
MCUniversal Human Values2---100
151818

 

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Eligibility Criteria

ProgramCriteria for MeritEligibility
Criteria for Merit
B.Tech. Information Technology - with specialization in Mobile & Cloud Based Application (in association with IBM)"4 Years
(8 Semesters)"
"First Year:
Passed 10+2 examination with Physics/ Mathematics/ Chemistry/ Computer Science/ Electronics/ Information Technology/ Biology/ Informatics Practices/ Biotechnology/ Technical Vocational subject/ Agriculture/ Engineering Graphics/ Business Studies/ Entrepreneurship as per table 8.4 Agriculture stream (for Agriculture Engineering) Obtained at least 45% marks (40% marks in case of candidates belonging to reserved category) in the above subjects taken together.
OR
Passed D.Voc. Stream in the same or allied sector. (The Universities will offer suitable bridge courses such as Mathematics, Physics, Engineering drawing, etc., for the students coming from diverse backgrounds to prepare Level playing field and desired learning outcomes of the programme)

Lateral Entry (to Second Year)
Passed Minimum THREE years / TWO years (Lateral Entry) Diploma examination with at least 45% marks (40% marks in case of candidates belonging to reserved category) in ANY branch of Engineering and Technology.
OR
Passed B.Sc. Degree from a recognized University as defined by UGC, with at least 45% marks (40% marks in case of candidates belonging to reserved category) and passed 10+2 examination with Mathematics as a subject.
OR
Passed B.Voc/3-year D.Voc. Stream in the same or allied sector. (The Universities will offer suitable bridge courses such as Mathematics, Physics, Engineering drawing, etc., for the students coming from diverse backgrounds to achieve desired learning outcomes of the programme)"
"
Merit based on Vels Entrance Examination and percentage of mark secured in the qualifying examination"

Career Prospects

CAREER PROSPECTS

 

  • Cloud Architect
  • Cloud Engineer.
  • Data Center Technician
  • Remote Desktop Engineer
  • Cloud Security Specialist.
  • Mobile Solution Specialist
  • Mobile Application Developer
  • Software Engineer
  • E-Commerce Consultant
  • Software Architect
  • Visual User Interface Designer
  • Lead Programmer

Alumni Testimonials

Fee Structure

Tuition Fee 2024 - 2025 (Per Sem)Other Fee (Per Sem)
Total Fee 2024 - 2025 (Per Sem)
65,00044,0001,09,000

Faculty of the Department

S.NoNAME OF THE FACULTYDESIGNATIONEDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATIONAREA OF SPECIALIZATIONEXPERIENCE IN YEARSVidwan IDPHOTO
1Dr.S.ArunProfessor & Director (IQAC)M.E., Ph.DArtificial intelligence, Human computer interaction, Vision System, Biosignal Processing18258568
2Dr.K.KalaivaniAssociate Professor & HeadM.E., Ph.DImage Processing, Data Analytics, Artificial Intelligence17233987
3Dr. R.AnandanProfessorM.E., Ph.DQuantum Computing, Regenerative AI, AR- VR, Metaverse , Human Computer Interaction, Edge Computing, Computer Vision, Natural Language Processing, High Performance Computing2384899
4Dr. N. KumarProfessorM.Tech., Ph.DComputer Networks, Mobile and Wireless Ad hoc Networks, Software Defined Networks, Cloud Computing, IoT, Image Processing, AI & Machine Learning, Data Science18232473
5Dr.A.RajeshProfessorM.Tech., Ph.DNetwork Security16.8232499
6Dr.A.PackialathaAssociate ProfessorM.E., Ph.DPattern Recognition,Cloud Computing,Knowledge Engineering,Neural Networks, Big Data Analytics,Deep learning21253610
7Dr.S.MeeraAssociate ProfessorM.E., Ph.DBig data, image processing, computer networks, cloud computing, IoT23315114
8Dr.K.UlagaPriyaAssociate ProfessorM.E., Ph.DMachine learning, data science, software Engineering22232452
9Dr.S.SrideviAssociate ProfessorM.E., Ph.DComputer Networks,Wireless Sensor Networks, Artificial Intelligence,Machine Learning, Deep Learning, Data Science, Computer Vision,Network Security,Cyber Security,IoT15.8234016
10Dr.A.ManikandanAssistant ProfessorM.E., Ph.DComputer Networks, Cloud Computing, IoT, Image Processing, AI & Machine Learning, Data Science10.5234022
11Dr.C.Swaraj PaulAssistant ProfessorM.E., Ph.DData Mining, Image Processing, IoT, Cloud Computing, sensors10485613
12Dr.P.SheelaGowrAssistant ProfessorM.E., Ph.DImage Processing, Cloud Computing, IoT, AI & Machine Learning, Data Science13.9234045
13Dr.Banushri.AAssistant ProfessorM.Tech., Ph.DCloud Computing, Blockchain Technology, Computer Networks, Network Security13237876
14Dr. S.ThirumalAssistant ProfessorM.E., Ph.DComputer Networks, Cloud Computing, IoT, Image Processing, AI & Machine Learning, Data Science11.532474
15Dr.P.ThilakavathyAssistant ProfessorM.E., Ph.DImage processing, machine learning, IoT9470493
16Dr. G. RevathyAssistant ProfessorM.E., Ph.D.Cybersecurity, Machine Learning, Deep learning, NLP5475353
17Dr. A.SarithaAssistant ProfessorM.E., Ph.D.Computer networks,cloud computing,Mobile Ad hoc networks,Machine learning13233992
18Ms.Parvathavarthini.KAssistant ProfessorM.E., (Ph.D)Image Processing, Computer Networks, Deep Learning9.6232483
19Mr.C.DarwinAssistant ProfessorM.TechGrid Computing, Computer Networks, WSN, Cloud Computing9495008
20Mr M.Franklin SinghAssistant ProfessorM.E.Computer Networks, Embedded Systems, Sensors5495002
21Mr Jegan ThomasAssistant ProfessorM.E.Data Communication, Web Analytics, Digital Marketing5495006
22Mr.K.KalaiyamuthanAssistant ProfessorM.E.Web Development11.7487389
23Mrs.R.DeepaAssistant ProfessorM.E., (Ph.D)Deep Learning /Machine Learning, Data Analytics9253738
24Mrs.S.VijithaAssistant ProfessorM.E., (Ph.D)Block Chain Technology, Networks,Big Data security, Machine learning6253591
25Mrs.S.SethuAssistant ProfessorM.E., (Ph.D)Computer Networks,Network Security, Deep learning5469629
26Ms.Pavithra JagadesanAssistant ProfessorM.E., (Ph.D)Cyber security, machine learning3475337
27Mrs. P. Mohana priyaAssistant ProfessorM.E., (Ph.D)Deep Learning, Machine learning,Image processing3484305
28Mrs.M.SubbulakshmiAssistant ProfessorM.Tech.Image Processing, Computer Networks.2487404
29Mrs.M.BhanumathiAssistant ProfessorM.E., (Ph.D)Deep Learning, Machine Learning17315834
30Mr.N.UdayakumarAssistant ProfessorM.E., (Ph.D)Computer Networks, Network Security, Cyber Security, Malware Anaysis8.6468408
31Mrs.P.V.HemavathyAssistant ProfessorM.E., (Ph.D)Deep Learning, Medical Image Processing8.5464234
32Mrs.S.M.SowmiyaAssistant ProfessorM.E., (Ph.D)Artificial Intelligence, Cloud Computing7.5469822
33Mrs.S.J.KavithaAssistant ProfessorM.E., (Ph.D)Cloud Computing, IoT, Deep Learning3.7469822
34Dr.S.VarshavardhiniAssistant ProfessorM.E., Ph.DBig Data, Data Mining , Machine Learning0.6467731
35Mrs.S.SaranyaAssistant ProfessorM.EComputer networks0.7467688
36Mrs.S.Divya BairaviAssistant ProfessorM.EArtificial intelligence and machine learning7468931
37Mrs.R.KalpanaAssistant ProfessorM.E., (Ph.D)Blockchain technology , Cryptography, Networks16467969
38Mrs.N.KavithaAssistant ProfessorM.E., (Ph.D)Deep Learning, Medical Image Processing1.8279169
39Mrs V.BharathiAssistant ProfessorM.EImage processing, Network security, artificial intelligence and machine learning10.5468960
40Dr.KennethSundaraj (Adjunt)ProfessorM.E., Ph.D.Image Processing, Networks.--
41Mr.SanjeevArumugam (Adjunt)Assistant ProfessorM.E.Internet of Things--
42Dr.RM.Manikandan (Adjunt)Associate ProfessorM.E., Ph.D.Computer Networks--
43Mr.Aswinkumar KC (Adjunt)Assistant ProfessorM.Tech.Internet of Things--
44Mr.Surya S K (Adjunt)Assistant ProfessorM.E.Internet of Things--

B.E. Electronics and Communication Engineering

Programme Outcomes

PROGRAM OUTCOME (PO)

PO-1: Scientific knowledge: Graduates will acquire biochemistry/biotechnology /
bioinformatics/ microbiology specific knowledge including recent techniques in the respective
fields coupled with hands-on skills and leadership skills for a successful career.

PO-2: Problem analysis: Graduates will be able to analyse, solve and troubleshoot problems in
implementation of biochemistry/biotechnology/ microbiological protocols.

PO-3: Design/development of solutions: Graduates will develop creative thinking and cooperate
with each other to solve problems in the field of biochemistry/biotechnology/bioinformatics/
microbiology.

PO-4: Conduct investigations of complex problems: Graduates will acquire practical skills –
which help in planning and designing protocols to validate hypothesis and execute experimental
techniques independently as well as assimilate, analyse and interpret subsequent data.

PO-5: Modern tool usage and communication: Graduates will effectively be able to manage
resources and time using ICT and computer enabled devices and accomplish ability to
understand and communicate all ideas effectively.

PO-6: Environment sustainability and Ethics: Graduates will get adequate knowledge to use
information and implement solutions for environmental protection and remediation. Graduates
will be aware of their role and responsibility in handling and use of microbes including
genetically modified microorganisms.

PO-7: Lifelong learning: Graduates will carry on to learn and adapt in a world of constantly
evolving technology.

Curriculum & Syllabus

CURRICULUM & SYLLABUS

MINIMUM CREDITS TO BE EARNED: 140

Hours/WeeMaximum Marks
Code No.CourseLectureTutorial PracticalCreditsCASEETotal
SEMESTER 1
LANGTamil I/
Hindi / French
30034060100
ENGEnglish I30034060100
CORE1Fundamentals of Cell
Biology
31044060100
CORE2Genetics and
Developmental Biology
31044060100
CORE3Biochemistry40044060100
COREPractical 1 : Cell Biology, Genetics Developmental Biology Practica00424060100
COREPractical 2 :
Biochemistry Practical
00424060100
AECCCommunication Skills10224060100
SECOrientation/Induction programme / Life skills-------
1721024

 

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Eligibility Criteria

ProgramEligibilityCriteria for Merit
B.E. Electronics and Communication EngineeringLateral Entry : The Candidate who passes the Diploma in Engineering / Technology awarded by the concerned State Board of Technical Education or its equivalent are eligible to apply for Lateral Entry admission to the third semester of B.E., / B.Tech. in the branch corresponding to the branch of study.Merit Based on Vels Entrance Examination Score and Merit Based on Percentage of marks secured in the qualifying examination.

Career Prospects

CAREER PROSPECTS

 

  • Quality controller

  • Medical Scientist

  • Clinical Technician

  • Microbiologist

  • Process Development Scientist

  • Biopharma Sales Representative

  • Biotechnological Technician

  • Epidemiologist

  • Microbiologist

  • Medical and Clinical Lab Technologist

  • Biomanufacturing Specialist

  • Bioproduction Specialist

  • Medical Coder

  • Environmental Technician

Alumni Testimonials

Fee Structure

Tuition Fee 2024 - 2025 (Per Sem)
Other Fee (Per Sem)
Total Fee 2024 - 2025 (Per Sem)
90,000 10,000 1,00,000