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School of Law

About the Department

We offer five academic programmes namely five year integrated B.A., LL.B (Hons.), B.Com. LL.B (Hons.), B.B.A., LL.B (Hons.), three year LL.B and one year LL.M courses in two branches namely i) Constitutional Law and Administrative Law and ii) Corporate and Commercial Law that facilitate aspiring students of law to choose a programme according to the eligibility criteria formulated by the Bar Council of India and UGC respectively. Besides, we also offer Ph.D programme in Law.

Vision & Mission

Vision

To be a Centre of Excellence in imparting multi-disciplinary legal education by assimilating latest technology and teaching methods to transform students into responsible lawyers  dedicated towards the profession and the society.

Mission

  1. Equipping students with necessary advocacy skills by imparting quality and diversified clinical legal education.
  2. Motivating research scholars and law students to conduct socio-legal research to formulate policies and usher-in law reforms.
  3. Providing state-of-the-art infrastructure and technological assistance in the digital era of legal education.
  4. Collaborating with institutions of national and international importance to expand and broaden the horizons of career prospects for the students.
  5. Catering to the needs of the society by promoting democratic thoughts in the minds of the students.

Programmes Offered

  • B.A., LL.B (Hons.), 
  • B.B.A., LL.B (Hons.), 
  • B.Com. LL.B (Hons.), 
  • LL.B, LL.M – Constitutional Law and Administrative Law,
  •  LL.M – Corporate and Commercial Law, 
  • Ph.D

 

Staff / Students Ratio : 1: 30

Facilities

  1. State-of-the-art Moot Court Hall
  2. Twin Auditoriums
  3. Air-Conditioned Classrooms
  4. All classrooms with Wi-Fi and LAN connectivity
  5. Neat and hygienic food court facilities

Programme Outcomes

PROGRAM OUTCOME (PO)

PO1: Legal Knowledge: Apply the knowledge relating to Constitutional Law and Administrative Law in interpretation of laws.

PO2: Problem Analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature and analyze legal problems to find solutions and arrive at logical conclusions. 

PO3: Fundamental Principles of Law: Understand fundamental principles of Law and the legal system of India.

Curriculum & Syllabus

CURRICULUM & SYLLABUS

MINIMUM CREDITS TO BE EARNED: 60

CATEGORYCODECOURSEHOUR/ WEEKCREDITS
LectureTutorialPractical
Core18LLMCA001Research Methodology and Legal Writing5005
Core18LLMCA002Comparative Public Law / Systems of
Governance
5005
Core18LLMCA003Law and Justice in a Globalised World5005
Optional – I18LLMCA004Specialization – I5005
AECC18LLMCA100Research Project5005
Total250025

 

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Eligibility Criteria

ProgramEligibilityCriteria for Merit
LL.M Constitutional and Administrative LawPass in LLB / 5 Years Integrated LLB degree in recognised University.
Age : As per norms of BCI
Merit based on Vels Entrance Examination Score and Merit based on percentage of marks secured in the qualifying examination

Programme Outcomes

  • PO-1: Carry out independent research by utilizing their knowledge of variety of sources over a wide range of legal issues and concerns. (Legal Knowledge)
  • PO-2: Exhibit analytical abilities that are necessary to evaluate the decisions pronounced by the courts, as well as various provisions of law; and re-interpret the views and submissions of jurists and academicians. (Analytical Skills)
  • PO-3: Provide solutions to various issues based on the knowledge and understanding of the substantive and/or procedural components in their area of expertise. (Critical Thinking)
  • PO-4: Conduct independent research on a variety of subjects, especially in their area of specialization and author scholarly research papers. (Research Skills)
  • PO-5: Work on a variety of socio-legal concerns and cultivate a strong sense of duty and responsibility towards society. (Social Responsibility)
  • PO-6: Gain a reputation as an accomplished legal expert in today’s demanding marketplace by mastering the most recent developments in the legal profession including using of modern da technology. (Competitive Skills)
  • PO-7: Apply diverse knowledge to prepare for higher research degree while maintaining focus on the goals. (Higher Education)
  • PO-8: Capable of putting their thoughts into words and their words into action, thus being able to communicate effectively (Communication Skills).
  • PO-9: Able to work independently, identify appropriate resources required for a project, and manage project through to completion (Self-Directed Learning).
  • PO-10: Embrace moral/ethical values in conducting one’s life, avoiding unethical behaviours and adopting professional, objective, unbiased and truthful actions in all aspects of work (Moral and Ethical Awareness).

Eligibility Criteria

 

Program Eligibility
LL.M Labour and Administrative Law Pass in LLB / 5 Years Integrated LLB degree from recognized University.
Age : As per norms of BCI

Career Prospects

  • CAREERS IN LABOUR DEPARTMENT
  • LAW ACADEMICIAN
  • LAW RESEARCHER
  • POLICY MAKER
  • LEGAL RESEARCH ANALYST
  • ADVOCATE
  • JUDICIAL SERVICES
  • CIVIL SERVICES
  • JOURNALIST
  • LEGAL ADVISOR IN CORPORATES
  • ENTREPRENEUR
  • POLICY RESEARCH ANALYST
  • ALL FIELDS THAT REQUIRE LAW GRADUATES

Programme Outcomes

Programme Outcomes:

  • PO-1: Carry out independent research by utilizing their knowledge of variety of sources over a wide range of legal issues and concerns. (Legal Knowledge)
  • PO-2: Exhibit analytical abilities that are necessary to evaluate the decisions pronounced by the courts, as well as various provisions of law; and re-interpret the views and submissions of jurists and academicians. (Analytical Skills)
  • PO-3: Provide solutions to various issues based on the knowledge and understanding of the substantive and/or procedural components in their area of expertise. (Critical Thinking)
  • PO-4: Conduct independent research on a variety of subjects, especially in their area of specialization and author scholarly research papers. (Research Skills)
  • PO-5: Work on a variety of socio-legal concerns and cultivate a strong sense of duty and responsibility towards society. (Social Responsibility)
  • PO-6: Gain a reputation as an accomplished legal expert in today’s demanding marketplace by mastering the most recent developments in the legal profession including using of modern da technology. (Competitive Skills)
  • PO-7: Apply diverse knowledge to prepare for higher research degree while maintaining focus on the goals. (Higher Education)
  • PO-8: Capable of putting their thoughts into words and their words into action, thus being able to communicate effectively (Communication Skills).
  • PO-9: Able to work independently, identify appropriate resources required for a project, and manage project through to completion (Self-Directed Learning).
  • PO-10: Embrace moral/ethical values in conducting one’s life, avoiding unethical behaviours and adopting professional, objective, unbiased and truthful actions in all aspects of work (Moral and Ethical Awareness).

Eligibility Criteria

Program Eligibility
LL.M Labour and Administrative Law Pass in LLB / 5 Years Integrated LLB degree from recognized University.
Age : As per norms of BCI

Career Prospects

  • PATENT ATTORNEYS
  • LAW ACADEMICIAN
  • LAW RESEARCHER
  • POLICY MAKER
  • LEGAL RESEARCH ANALYST
  • ADVOCATE
  • JUDICIAL SERVICES
  • CIVIL SERVICES
  • JOURNALIST
  • LEGAL ADVISOR IN CORPORATES
  • ENTREPRENEUR
  • POLICY RESEARCH ANALYST
  • ALL FIELDS THAT REQUIRE LAW GRADUATES

Programme Outcomes

Programme Outcomes:

  • PO-1: Carry out independent research by utilizing their knowledge of variety of sources over a wide range of legal issues and concerns. (Legal Knowledge)
  • PO-2: Exhibit analytical abilities that are necessary to evaluate the decisions pronounced by the courts, as well as various provisions of law; and re-interpret the views and submissions of jurists and academicians. (Analytical Skills)
  • PO-3: Provide solutions to various issues based on the knowledge and understanding of the substantive and/or procedural components in their area of expertise. (Critical Thinking)
  • PO-4: Conduct independent research on a variety of subjects, especially in their area of specialization and author scholarly research papers. (Research Skills)
  • PO-5: Work on a variety of socio-legal concerns and cultivate a strong sense of duty and responsibility towards society. (Social Responsibility)
  • PO-6: Gain a reputation as an accomplished legal expert in today’s demanding marketplace by mastering the most recent developments in the legal profession including using of modern da technology. (Competitive Skills)
  • PO-7: Apply diverse knowledge to prepare for higher research degree while maintaining focus on the goals. (Higher Education)
  • PO-8: Capable of putting their thoughts into words and their words into action, thus being able to communicate effectively (Communication Skills).
  • PO-9: Able to work independently, identify appropriate resources required for a project, and manage project through to completion (Self-Directed Learning).
  • PO-10: Embrace moral/ethical values in conducting one’s life, avoiding unethical behaviours and adopting professional, objective, unbiased and truthful actions in all aspects of work (Moral and Ethical Awareness).

Eligibility Criteria

Program Eligibility
LL.M Labour and Administrative Law Pass in LLB / 5 Years Integrated LLB degree from recognized University.
Age : As per norms of BCI

Career Prospects

  • LAW ACADEMICIAN
  • LAW RESEARCHER
  • POLICY MAKER
  • LEGAL RESEARCH ANALYST
  • ADVOCATE
  • JUDICIAL SERVICES
  • CIVIL SERVICES
  • JOURNALIST
  • LEGAL ADVISOR IN CORPORATES
  • ENTREPRENEUR
  • POLICY RESEARCH ANALYST
  • ALL FIELDS THAT REQUIRE LAW GRADUATES

Programme Outcomes

PROGRAM OUTCOME (PO)

PO1: Legal Knowledge: Apply the knowledge relating to Corporate and Commercial Laws in businesses.

PO2: Problem Analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature and analyze legal problems to find solutions and arrive at logical conclusions. 

PO3: Fundamental Principles of Law: Understand fundamental principles of Law and the legal system of India.

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 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 B.B.A., LL.B (Hons.) 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 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 B.A., LL.B (Hons.) 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 Educational Objectives

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 B.A., LL.B (Hons.) 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.

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.

Programme Outcomes & Programme Specific Outcomes

PROGRAM OUTCOME (PO)

PO 1:Apply knowledge and understanding of principles and concepts of law and other allied disciplines in legal practice (Disciplinary Knowledge).

PO 2: Critical Analysis: Display effective communication skills by preparing case briefs, drafting complex legal documents, and putting forth arguments to win the case; personable, persuasive and polite to the clients (Communication Skills).

PO 3: Legal Consultation and Aid: Analyze and evaluate evidence, arguments, claims and beliefs objectively and scientifically using inductive reasoning abilities (Critical Thinking).

PO 4: Modern Tool Usage: Applying knowledge and skills to solve different kinds of real-life situations and problems by thinking outside the box, especially non-familiar and complex ones (Problem- Solving).

PO 5: Law and Society: Ability to analyze and examine set of facts or circumstances, identify flaws, infer truth from given facts using knowledge, skills and deductive reasoning ability (Analytical Reasoning).

PO 6: Able to read large amount of information, identify what is relevant, absorbing facts and figures, analyzing material, doing background work on a case, drafting legal documents and advising clients on complicated issues (Research-related Skills).

PO 7: Fostering a close working relationship and collaboration with colleagues and people from varied background and from different walks of life, able to working as part of a team with people from all levels of the legal hierarchy (Cooperation/Team Work).

PO 8: Demonstrating proficiency in using email; common office software for the purpose of drafting documents, creating presentations or posters; build a database or creating project plan, online communication tools and making use of AI and Blockchain technologies to perform various legal tasks (Digital Literacy).

PO 9:Able to work independently, identify appropriate resources required for a project, and manage project through to completion (Self-Directed Learning).

PO 10:Embrace moral/ethical values in conducting one’s life, avoiding unethical behaviours and adopting professional, objective, unbiased and truthful actions in all aspects of work (Moral and Ethical Awareness).

PO 11: Lead a team or an organization, setting direction, formulating an inspiring vision and building a team which can help achieve the vision.

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: 134

CATEGORYTITLE OF THE COURSEHOUR/ WEEKCREDITS
LectureTutorialPractical
CoreResearch Methodology and
Legal Writing
5005
CoreComparative Public
Law / Systems of Governance
5005
CoreLaw and Justice in a
Globalising World
5005
Optional – ISpecialization – I5005
AECCResearch Project5005
Total250025

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

PROGRAMME OUTCOMES (POs)

Programme Outcomes (POs) are the attributes of the graduates of the programme that are indicative of the graduate’s ability and competence to work as a legal professional upon graduation. It describes what students are expected to know or be able to do by the time of graduation. They must relate to the knowledge and skills that the students acquire from the programme. The achievement of all outcomes indicates that the student is well prepared to achieve the programme educational objectives down the road. The curriculum has been designed to meet the following Programme Outcomes:

PO 1: Apply knowledge and understanding of principles and concepts of law and other allied disciplines in legal practice (Disciplinary Knowledge).

PO 2: Display effective communication skills by preparing case briefs, drafting complex legal documents, and putting forth arguments to win the case; personable, persuasive and polite to the clients (Communication Skills).

PO 3: Analyze and evaluate evidence, arguments, claims and beliefs objectively and scientifically using inductive reasoning abilities (Critical Thinking).

PO 4: Applying knowledge and skills to solve different kinds of real-life situations and problems by thinking outside the box, especially non-familiar and complex ones (Problem- Solving).

PO 5: Ability to analyze and examine set of facts or circumstances, identify flaws, infer truth from given facts using knowledge, skills and deductive reasoning ability (Analytical Reasoning).

PO 6: Able to read large amount of information, identify what is relevant, absorbing facts and figures, analyzing material, doing background work on a case, drafting legal documents and advising clients on complicated issues (Research-related Skills).

PO 7: Fostering a close working relationship and collaboration with colleagues and people from varied background and from different walks of life, able to working as part of a team with people from all levels of the legal hierarchy (Cooperation/Team Work).

PO 8: Demonstrating proficiency in using email; common office software for the purpose of drafting documents, creating presentations or posters; build a database or creating project plan, online communication tools and making use of AI and Blockchain technologies to perform various legal tasks (Digital Literacy).

PO 9: Able to work independently, identify appropriate resources required for a project, and manage project through to completion (Self-Directed Learning).

PO 10: Embrace moral/ethical values in conducting one’s life, avoiding unethical behaviours and adopting professional, objective, unbiased and truthful actions in all aspects of work (Moral and Ethical Awareness).

PO 11: Lead a team or an organization, setting direction, formulating an inspiring vision and building a team which can help achieve the vision.

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 B.B.A., LL.B (Hons.) 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

CATEGORYCOURSEHOURS PER WEEKCREDITS
LectureTutorialPractical
CoreEnglish Grammar and Literature4004
CorePrinciples of Political Science4004
CoreFundamentals of Sociology4004
CoreBasic 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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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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Curriculum & Syllabus

CURRICULUM & SYLLABUS

MINIMUM CREDITS TO BE EARNED: 173

CATEGORYCOURSE TITLEHOURS PER WEEKCREDITS
LectureTutorialPractical
CoreJurisprudence4004
CoreLaw of Torts including Consumer
Protection Act and Motor Vehicles Act
4004
CoreLaw of Contracts – I including
Specific Relief Act
4004
CoreLaw of Crimes4004
CoreHuman Rights Law and Practice4004
CoreLegal and Constitutional History of
India
4004
AECCResearch Methodology2002
SECUsing of Law Reporters and
Journals
2002
Total280/strong>028

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Eligibility Criteria

ProgramEligibilityCriteria for Merit
LL.M Corporate and Commercial LawPass in LLB / 5 Years Integrated LLB degree from recognized University
Merit based on Vels Entrance Examination Score and Merit based on percentage of marks secured in the qualifying examination

Curriculum & Syllabus

CURRICULUM & SYLLABUS

MINIMUM CREDITS TO BE EARNED: 134

CATEGORYCOURSE TITLEHOURS PER WEEKCREDITS
LectureTutorialPractical
CoreEnglish Grammar and Literature4004
CorePolitical Theory4004
CorePrinciples of Management4004
CoreManagerial Economics4004


Core
Law of Torts including Consumer
Protection Act and Motor Vehicles Act


4


0


0


4

Core
Law of Contracts – I including
Specific Relief Act

4

0

0

4
AECCLanguage Paper – I2002
TOTAL260026

 

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Eligibility Criteria

ProgramProgram Duration (Year)EligibilityCriteria for Merit
B.A., 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

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

Eligibility Criteria

ProgramProgram Duration (Year)EligibilityCriteria for Merit
LL.B3 Years (6 Semesters)Pass in UG degree from recognized University
Age: As BCI norms
Merit based on Vels Entrance Examination Score and Merit based on percentage of marks secured in the qualifying examination

Eligibility Criteria

ProgramProgram Duration (Year)EligibilityCriteria for Merit
B.B.A., 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

 

  • LAW ACADEMICIAN
  • LAW RESEARCHER
  • POLICY MAKER
  • LEGAL RESEARCH ANALYST
  • ADVOCATE
  • JUDICIAL SERVICES
  • CIVIL SERVICES
  • JOURNALIST
  • LEGAL ADVISOR IN CORPORATES
  • ENTREPRENEUR
  • POLICY RESEARCH ANALYST
  • ALL FIELDS THAT REQUIRE LAW GRADUATES

Career Prospects

CAREER PROSPECTS

 

  • LAW ACADEMICIAN
  • LAW RESEARCHER
  • POLICY MAKER
  • LEGAL RESEARCH ANALYST
  • ADVOCATE
  • JUDICIAL SERVICES
  • CIVIL SERVICES
  • JOURNALIST
  • LEGAL ADVISOR IN CORPORATES
  • ENTREPRENEUR
  • POLICY RESEARCH ANALYST
  • ALL FIELDS THAT REQUIRE LAW GRADUATES

Career Prospects

CAREER PROSPECTS

 

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

Career Prospects

CAREER PROSPECTS

 

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

Career Prospects

CAREER PROSPECTS

 

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

Career Prospects

CAREER PROSPECTS

 

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

Alumni Testimonials

Alumni Testimonials

Fee Structure

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

Alumni Testimonials

Fee Structure

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

Alumni Testimonials

Fee Structure

Tuition Fee 2024 - 2025 (Per Sem)Other Fee (Per Sem)
Total Fee 2024 - 2025 (Per Sem)
60,30044,000104,300

Fee Structure

Tuition Fee 2024 - 2025 (Per Sem)Other Fee (Per Sem)
Total Fee 2024 - 2025 (Per Sem)
100,00019,000119,000

B.Tech NAOE

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 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.

Curriculum & Syllabus

CURRICULUM & SYLLABUS

MINIMUM CREDITS TO BE EARNED: 160

CategoryCodeCourseHours/WeekCredits
LectureTutorialPractical
HSMC21CBNA11English for Engineers3003
BSC21CBNA12Engineering Physics – Mechanics of Solids3104
BSC21CBNA13Engineering Mathematics – 13104
ESC21CBNA14Programming for Problem Solving3104
ESC21PBNA11Engineering Graphics & Design - Lab2033
BSC21PBNA12Physics Lab0031
ESC21PBNA13Programming for Problem Solving Lab0031
HSMC21PBNA14Communication Skills - Lab0031
MC21MCNA11Induction Program----
Total1431221

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Eligibility Criteria

ProgramProgram Duration (Year)EligibilityCriteria for Merit
B.Tech Naval Architecture & Offshore Engineering4 Years (8 Semesters)A pass in 10+2 or its equivalent examination in PCM stream with 45% (in PCM) or 10+3 Diploma in any stream. Age: Max 25 years on the date of commencement of the
course.
Merit based on percentage of marks secured in the qualifying examination.

Career Prospects

CAREER PROSPECTS

 

build marine structures and vessels

  • Merchant Ships design companies which design Passenger Vessels, General Cargo Ships, Container Vessels, Ro-Ro Vessels, Bulk Carriers etc
  • Oil and gas companies will hire naval architects to build ocean rigs
  • Indian Navy will hire Naval architects to design, build and maintain their marine vessels (for example, submarines, Frigates, Destroyers, Patrol Vessels, Aircraft Carriers, Mine Sweepers etc.)
  • Cruise lines will hire naval architects to build recreational vessels
  • In shipyards to carry out the production of Merchant vessel

Harbor Engineers

  • Maintenance of Channels for the Ships to leave / enter the harbour
  • Improvements to natural harbours and construction of artificial ports and harbours
  • Maintenance of Dry docks, Slipways and wet basins in the harbour

Offshore Engineer

  • Sea-keeping of oil rigs during operation
  • Riser and Mooring Analysis
  • Subsea Pipeline installation and decommissioning
  • Sea fastening Analysis – transportation of materials to rigs through support vessels

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Fee Structure

Semester - 1Semester - 2Semester - 3Semester - 4Semester - 5Semester - 6Semester - 7Semester - 8Total Fees
72,10050,40055,40050,40055,40050,40055,40050,4004,39,900

M.P.T Ortho

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.

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 (Orthopedics)2 Years (4 Semesters)B.P.T Degree in recognized University






Merit based on percentage of marks secured in the qualifying examinations

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

Fee Structure

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

B.Com. (Corporate Secretaryship)

Programme Outcomes

PROGRAM OUTCOME (PO)

PO-1: To provide knowledge in the various areas of corporate secretary ship and laws relating to companies.

PO-2: Effective Communication: Communicate effectively on complex corporate activities in association with corporate community and with society at large.

PO-3: Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to corporate ethics, responsibilities and norms of the corporate practices.

PO-4: Environment: Manage personnel to meet changing organizational needs in a business environment.

PO-5: Evaluate the implications of changing environmental factors on organizational choices within a global environment.

PO-6: Students can get thorough knowledge of Secretarial Practice and Corporate governance in Corporate field.

PEO and PSO

 PSO-2021

PROGRAMME SPECIFIC OUTCOMES (PSOS)

  • To prepare learners to face modern day challenges in the corporate world
    by providing practical exposure.
  • To acquire an in – depth grounding in the fundamentals of Accounts,
    Commerce, Finance, Management, Secretarial Practice, Corporate
    governance, Law, Entrepreneurial Development and Income Tax
  • Develop skills to excel incorporate management.

 PSO-2020

Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)

  •    Students will demonstrate a general tax consciousness, including an
    understanding of the role of taxation in society and the development of skills
    related to the recognition of the tax problems..
  • To familiarize with communication motivation and leadership towards
    directing and to analyze the process of controlling system.
  • Formulating business problems and provide innovative solutions and
    molding the students into future visionaries and Management leaders.
  • Students will learn relevant Advanced accounting career skills, applying both
    quantitative and qualitative knowledge to their future careers in corporates.
  • Students will be able to pursue research in their chosen field of finance, CSR
    and HR

PROGRAMME SPECIFIC OUTCOMES (PSOS)

  • To prepare learners to face modern day challenges in the corporate world by
    providing practical exposure.
  • To acquire an in – depth grounding in the fundamentals of Accounts,
    Commerce, Finance, Management, Secretarial Practice, Corporate
    governance ,Law, Entrepreneurial Development and Income Tax.
  • Develop skills to excel in Corporate management.

Curriculum & Syllabus

CURRICULUM & SYLLABUS

MINIMUM CREDITS TO BE EARNED

CategoryCodeCourseHours/WeekMaximumMarks
LectureTutorialPracticalCreditsCASEETotal
Lang20LTAM11/
20LHIN11/
20LFRE11
TamilI/
HindiI/FrenchI
50054060100
Eng20LENG11EnglishI50054060100
CORE20CBCO11Financial Accounting–I50054060100
CORE20CBCO12Business Management50054060100
CORE20CBCO13Managerial Economics40044060100
240024

 

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Eligibility Criteria

ProgramProgram Duration (Year)EligibilityCriteria for Merit
B.Com Corporate Secretaryship3 Years (6 Semesters)Pass in (10+2), or Equivalent in any streamMerit based on percentage of marks secured in the qualifying examination

Career Prospects

  • company secretary
  • corporate manager
  • Accounts assistant
  • Business analyst
  • Risk analyst
  • Market analyst
  • Financial analyst
  • company executive assistant
  • Techno analyst
  • Investment banker, etc,

Fee Structure

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

M.Tech in Defence Technology

Program Outcomes

Program Outcomes(PO)


PO1: Acquire technical competence, comprehensive knowledge and understanding the methodologies and technologies associated with land, air & naval defense systems. Apply knowledge to identify, formulate and analyze complex engineering problems

PO2: Having an ability to apply knowledge of science, mathematics, engineering & technology for development of defense technologies.

PO3: Having an ability to design a component, subsystem or a system applying all the relevant standards and with realistic constraints, including operational and environmental.

PO4: Acquire the skills for uses of contemporary techniques, resources and modern engineering and IT tools.

PO5: An ability to identify, investigate, understand and analyze complex problems, apply creativity, carry out research /investigation and development work to solve practical problems related to defense technological issues.

PO6: Ability to communicate effectively in both oral and written contexts in the form of technical papers, project reports, design documents and seminar presentations.

PO7: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.

Curriculum & Syllabus

Curriculum & Syllabus

Semester - 1
Course of study and
scheme of examination
M.TechBranch
Defense
Technology
S.NoCourse CodeCompulsory CoursesPeriods/WeekTotal Credits
LPT
1.DT-01-01Systems and warfare Platforms4--4
2.DT-01-02Warfare Simulations & Strategies4--4
3.DT-01-03Advanced Engineering Mathematics4--4
4.DT-01-L01Systems and Platforms Lab--22
5.DT-01-L02Warfare Simulations & Strategies Lab--22
Elective Courses
6.Elective 13--3
7.Elective 23--3
8.Seminar--11
Total credits23 credits

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Eligibility Criteria

ProgramEligibility
M.Tech in Defence TechnologyThose who have pursued under graduation in following disciplines are eligible for taking up the
M.Tech. Defence Technology courses:
1) Aerospace Engineering
2) Aeronautical engineering
3) Applied Electronics and
Communication Engineering
4) Applied Electronics and
Instrumentation Engineering
5) Chemical Technology
6) Chemical engineering
7) Computer Science & Engineering
8) Computer and Communication
Engineering
9) Computer Engineering
10) Computer Engineering and
Applications
11) Computer Networking
12) Computer Science and Information
Technology
13) Computer Science and Technology
14) Computer Technology
15) Electrical and Computer Engineering
16) Electrical and Electronics Engineering
17) Electrical and Instrumentation
Engineering
18) Electrical and Power Engineering
19) Electrical Engineering
20) Electronics engineering
21) Electrical, Electronics and Power
Engineering
22) Electronics and Communication
engineering
23) Instrumentation engineering
24) Electronics, Instrumentation and
Control Engineering
25) Electronics, Science and Engineering
26) Electronics and Computer Engineering
27) Electronics and Communication
Engineering
28) Electronics and Computer Science
29) Electronics and Control Systems
30) Electronics and Power Engineering
31) Electronics and Telecommunication
32) Electronics, Instruments and Control
Engineering
33) Electronics System Engineering
34) Instrumentation and Electronics
35) Instrumentation Engineering
36) Marine Engineering
37) Marine Technology

Career Prospects

CAREER PROSPECTS

 

  • Aerospace Engineer
  • Combat vehicle Design & development Engineer
  • Naval Technology Engineer
  • Communication system developer
  • Materials Engineer
  • Reliability Engineer
  • Planning Engineer
  • Simulation & Analysis Engineer
  • Research & Development Engineer
  • Robotics Engineer

Fee Structure

Tuition FeeAdmission FeeRegistration FeeInsuranceSAPAt the time of admissionII Semester Onwards
60,0005,8002,3003005,00043,40030,000

Diploma in Visual Effects

Programme Outcomes

 

 

Curriculum & Syllabus

Eligibility Criteria

ProgramEligibilityCriteria for Merit
Diploma in Visual EffectsPass in 10th Std.Merit- based on percentage of marks secured in the qualifying examination.

Career Prospects

Alumni Testimonials

Fee Structure

Tuition Fee 2024 - 2025 (Per Sem)Other Fee (Per Sem)
Total Fee 2024 - 2025 (Per Sem)
35,0008,00043,000

B.Tech. CSE in Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning

Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs)

PSO 1. The Computer Science and Engineering graduates are able to analyze, design, develop, test and apply management principles, mathematical foundations in the development of computational solutions, make them to expert in designing the computer software and hardware.

PSO 2. Develop their skills to solve problems in the broad area of programming concepts and appraise environmental and social issues with ethics and manage different projects in interdisciplinary field

Programme Outcomes

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.

Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)

PEO 1. To design, analyze, innovate and synthesize information in the field of Computer Science and Engineering relating to Industrial applications and Research.

PEO 2. To become Entrepreneurs or Employees of Reputed Organizations or Pursue Higher  Education

PEO 3. To exhibit leadership capability, endeavouring Social and Economic commitment and a mind-set to inculcate community service and to conserve the Environment.

PEO 4. To accomplish any tasks with ethical values and commitment to meet the social needs.

PEO 5. To work in a Multidisciplinary environment by providing solutions to real time problems22

 

Curriculum & Syllabus

B.Tech CSE AI & ML (Regulation 2021)

(MINIMUM CREDITS TO BE EARNED: 170)

CategoryCourse TitleLectureTutorialPracticalCreditsCASEETotal
SEMESTER 1
BSCChemistry31-44060100
BSCMathematics – I (Calculus & Linear Algebra)31-44060100
ESCProgramming for Problem Solving3--34060100
BSCChemistry Laboratory--424060100
ESCProgramming for Problem Solving Laboratory--424060100
ESCWorkshop / Manufacturing Practices1-434060100
1021218

 

Curriculum & Syllabus

Eligibility Criteria

ProgramProgram DurationEligibility
Criteria for Merit
B.Tech Computer Science and Engineering (Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning)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

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Fee Structure

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

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--

PG Diploma in Screenplay Writing - 1 year

Program Outcomes

B.com General (Evening Batch)

Programme Educational Outcomes

PROGRAMME EDUCATIONAL OUTCOMES (PEOs)

PEO 1: Students will demonstrate a general tax consciousness including an understanding of the role of taxation in society and the development of skills related to the recognition of the tax problems.

PEO 2: To familiarize with communication motivation and leadership towards directing and to analyze the process of controlling system.

PEO 3: Formulating business problems and provide innovative solutions and molding the students into Future visionaries and Management leaders.

PEO 4: Students will earn relevant Advanced accounting career skills applying both quantitative and qualitative knowledge to their future careers in corporate.

PEO 5: Students will be able to pursue research in their chosen field of Marketing, Finance, Human Resource Management and Banking.

Programme Outcomes & Programme Specific Outcomes

PROGRAM OUTCOME (PO)

PO-1: Study of this program will provide knowledge in the various areas of Accounting, Marketing, Banking, Human Resource Management, Finance and laws relating to companies.

PO-2: Program includes various accounting courses, enables the students to gain theoretical and problem solving ability of the students.

PO-3: These courses have opened the floodgates in the area of accounts and other core industries, and other professional studies CA, CMA, CS etc.

PO-4: Courses of this program provide bright future in the Banks, IT fields, Companies, BPOs and KPOs.

PO-5: 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.

PO-6: Courses of the program provide the Financial Statement Analysis, cost benefit analysis and SWOT analysis enables the students for finance and cost consciousness of each and every business operations.

 

PROGRAMME SPECIFIC OUTCOMES (PSOs)

PSO 1: Program provides the outcome of Accounting, Banking, Cost Accounting, and Management Accounting, Financial Management, Marketing Management, Financial Services, and Human Resource Management in the Commerce.

PSO 2: Program has opened the floodgates in the eve of software application jobs in the eve of trade Commerce, Business, Banking, and Insurance and in related eve of business.

PSO 3: Self-employment confidences development

PSO 4: Students will get the practical skill to work as accountant, audit assistant, Tax consultant and computer operators, as well as financial supporting services.

 

Career Prospects

Curriculum & Syllabus

CURRICULUM & SYLLABUS

MINIMUM CREDITS TO BE EARNED: 140

CategoryCode LectureTutori
al
PracticalCreditsCASEETota
l
LANG21LTAM11/2 1LHIN11/
21LFRE11
Tamil I /
3
Hindi / French
00 34060100
ENG21LENG11English I 300 34060100
CORE21CBCG11Financial
4
Accounting-I
10 54060100
CORE
CORE
AECC
SEC
21CBCG12
21CBCG113 21ABCG11
Business
4
Management
Managerial
5
Economics
Communication
1
Skills
Orientation /
Induction program /
-
Life skills
1
0
0
-
0 5
0 5
2 2
- -
40
40
40
-
60
60
60
-
100
100
100
-
2022 23

 

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Eligibility Criteria

ProgramProgram Duration (Year)EligibilityCriteria for Merit
B.Com General3 Years (6 Semesters)Pass in (10+2), or Equivalent in any streamMerit based on 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)
25,00020,00045,000

B. Pharmacy (Lateral Entry)

Eligibility Criteria

ProgramProgram Duration (Year)EligibilityCriteria for Merit
B. Pharmacy (Lateral Entry)3 Years (6 Semesters)A pass in D Pharm course from an institution approved by the PCI under section 12 of the Pharmacy Act.Merit based on percentage of marks secured in the qualifying examination

Department of Visual Communication

Vision & Mission

Vision

To set global standards for media education research, training, and industry collaboration through highquality skill-based education and practical exposure for building a knowledge-driven student community and  therebyto contribute to  the development of entrepreneur skills along with universal values and ethics.

Mission

To create a skill-based learning environment that nurtures new ideas, creativity, and research, the department aims at cultivating an appreciation of media’s role in the development of leaders, innovators, and entrepreneurs in the domain of media and mass communication.

List of Programmes

  • Ph.D
  • M. Phil 
  • M.Sc Visual Communication 
  • B.Sc Visual Communication 
  • Diploma in Visual Communication

Faculty-Student Ratio

1:35

About the Department

VISTAS,known for its academic brilliance and an Institute  with excellent infrastructure, took its first step into the arena of visual communication, in the year 2009, offering B.Sc., Visual Communication.

The Department of Visual Communication comes under School of Mass communication.. The B.Sc., Animation and M.Philprogrammes were  started  in 2012. M.Sc., and PhD.,programmes were started in  2017. Since these programmesencompasse highly creative and challenging fields such as  photography, videography, film making, multimedia, 2d Animation, 3d Animation, Vfx walls of a class room,  It requires a complete technical set up of various media production.

VISTAS school of mass communication has got the state of the art audio/ video studio, wherein the students can get hands on training on all aspects of these creative fields.

Program Outcomes & Programme Specific Outcomes

PROGRAMME OUTCOMES (PO)

PO1: To develop the ability to use critical, analytical, and deep in thought thinking and analysis in visual communication.

PO2: Media studies and its reflect on social and moral responsibilities in students professional life.

PO3: To gain knowledge and self-confidence in the distribution of project/research outputs in the fields of Media Arts, Design, and Visual Effects.

PO4: Work responsibly and creatively as an individual or as a member or leader of a team and in all the multidisciplinary environments.

PO5: To communicate effectively by oral, written, graphical and technical means and have competency in visual languages

PO6: Independently reach and obtain information, and develop appreciation of the need for continuous learning.

PO7: Apply knowledge of art history, theories and principles to traditional and digital drawing and design skills for visual communication applications relevant to modern applied art markets.

PO8: To provide adequate basic understanding about Media Education among the students and to develop language abilities of students to inculcate writing skills and Business correspondence

PROGRAMME EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES(PEO)

PEO 1: The graduates will be technically competent to excel in the competing Media industry and to pursue research in this field.

PEO 2: The graduates will possess the skills to develop economically and technically using the knowledge to ensure their own creative and innovative skills in industry.

PEO 3: The graduates will have effective communication skill, team spirits, ethical principles and desire for lifelong learning and creative skills to succeed in their media professional career.

PEO 4:  The graduates will be prepared efficiently to be an entrepreneur.

PEO 5:  The graduates are educated to think latterly and vertically with creative approach and to use the advance technology in media environment.

Programme Educational Objectives

PROGRAMME EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES(PEO)

PEO 1: The graduates will be technically competent to excel in the competing Media industry and to pursue research in this field.

PEO 2: The graduates will possess the skills to develop economically and technically using the knowledge to ensure their own creative and innovative skills in industry.

PEO 3: The graduates will have effective communication skill, team spirits, ethical principles and desire for lifelong learning and creative skills to succeed in their media professional career.

PEO 4:  The graduates will be prepared efficiently to be an entrepreneur.

PEO 5:  The graduates are educated to think latterly and vertically with creative approach and to use the advance technology in media environment.

Curriculum & Syllabus

Curriculum & Syllabus

Total number of Credits: 90 

SEMESTER 1Hours/Week Maximum Marks
Code No.Course Lecture Tutorial Practical Credits CASEE Total
Core 1Approaches to Human Communication40044060100
Core 2Theories of Visual Analysis40044060100
Core 3Understanding Film Semiotics40044060100
Core 1 (P)Graphical Arts-I00424060100
DSEDiscipline Specific Elective - I02444060100
DSEDiscipline Specific Elective - II02444060100
SECSoft Skill 1/
Sector Skill Course
20024060100
Total1441224

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Eligibility Criteria

Program
Program Duration(Years)
Eligibility
Criteria for Merit
M.Sc. Visual Communication2 Years (4 Semesters)UG degree in any disciplineMerit based on the percentage of marks secured in the qualifying examination

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Fee Structure

Tuition Fee 2024 - 2025 (Per Sem)
Other Fee (Per Sem)
Total Fee 2024-2025(Per Sem)
28,000 26,000 54,000

Bachelor of 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 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.

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 (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

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

Fee Structure

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

M.Pharm Pharmacy Practice

Program Outcomes

PROGRAM OUTCOMES [PO]


PO1: Pharmaceutical Knowledge: Graduates will be able to apply the knowledge of the basic pharmaceutical and life sciences to analyze and diagnose complex problem and a specialization in the field of pharmaceutical science to find creative solutions


PO2: Problem Analysis: Graduates will be able to identify, formulate, research literature and analyses complex pharmaceutical/clinical problems reaching substantiated conclusions using knowledge in foundational sciences.


PO3: Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex issues in the field of pharmacy both systematically and creatively, make sound judgments with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.

Curriculum & Syllabus

Curriculum & Syllabus

Course CodeCourseCredit HoursCredit PointsHrs./weekMarks
Semester I
17MPP101TClinical Pharmacy Practice444100
17MPP102TPharmacotherapeutics-I444100
17MPP103THospital & Community
Pharmacy
444100
17MPP104TClinical Research444100
17MPP105PPharmacy Practice Practical I12612150
Seminar/Assignment747100
Total352635650

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Eligibility Criteria

ProgramProgram Duration (Yrs)EligibilityCriteria of Merit
M. Pharmacy (Pharmacy
Practice)
2 Yrs (4 Semester)B. Pharmacy degree from institution approved by PCI with 55% marks as per PCI norms or B. Pharmacy degree from institution approved by PCI with 50% marks with 5 Years of Professional experience as per PCI norms and Registered in State Pharmacy CouncilMerit based on Vels Entrance examination score and merit based on percentage of mark secured in the qualifying examination

Career Prospects

CAREER PROSPECTS

   

 

  • Production & Manufacturing
  • Research & Development
  • Analysis & Testing
  • Regulatory Affairs

 

  • Pharma Journalist
  • Consultancy
  • Pharmacovigilance

 

  • Self employment
  • Marketing
  • Academic jobs (Teaching)

 

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Fee Structure

Tuition Fee 2024 - 2025 (Per Sem)Other Fee (Per Sem)
Total Fee 2024 - 2025 (Per Sem)
43,00036,00079,000

M.E. Construction Engineering and Management

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

SEMESTER I
Hours/WeekMaximum Marks
CategoryCourse TitleLectureTutorialPracticalCreditsCASEETotal
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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Eligibility Criteria

ProgramCriteria for MeritProgram Duration (Year)
Program Duration (Year)Eligibility
Criteria for Merit
M.Tech Construction Engineering & Management"2 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

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.

Alumni Testimonials

Fee Structure

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

BA Film production

Eligibilty Criteria

ProgrammeEligibilityCriteria for Merit
B A Film Pass in (10+2), or Equivalent or 3 Years Diploma in any stream
Merit - based on percentage of marks secured in the qualifying examination

Programme Outcomes

PROGRAM OUTCOME (PO)

PO1: To demonstrate effective creative skill, effective writing and listening skills for film production in personal, public, and media areas.

PO2: To demonstrate the ability to observe events, gather information, write creative reports and story,  understanding audiences.

PO3: To demonstrate the ability to understand and analyse the latest trends in the media in society also to examine critically and recognize how media shapes the society.

PO4: To demonstrate the ability to recognize the power of persuasion and ethical responsibilities of Visual communicators at all levels through different platform of communication.

PO5: To demonstrate an understanding of the roles of communication in fostering interaction and Interdependence across gender, race, and culture.

PO6: To demonstrate the ability to apply communication theories and practical concepts to analyze contemporary issues.

PO7: To demonstrate an understanding of the history, development, and practice of the print media, electronic media, and the new media technology

Curriculum & Syllabus

CURRICULUM & SYLLABUS

MINIMUM CREDITS TO BE EARNED: 140

CODECOURSECONTACT HOURS PER WEEKCREDITS MAXIMUM MARKS
Lecture Tutorial Practical CASEETotal
LANGTamil I/
Hindi / French
30034060100
ENGEnglish I30034060100
CORE1History of Photography40044060100
CORE 2Elements of Photography40044060100
CORE 3Production Lab I01434060100
CORE 4Basics of Drawing I02444060100
AECCCommunication Skills10224060100
SEC Orientation/Induction programme / Life skills-------
Total1531023

 

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Career Prospects

CAREER PROSPECTS

 

  • Film director
  • Film/video editor
  • Lighting technician, broadcasting/film/video
  • Location manager
  • Media researcher
  • Music producer
  • Runner, broadcasting/film/video
  • Sound technician, broadcasting/film/video
  • Television/film/video producer

Fee Structure

Tuition Fee 2022-2023 per yearAdmin FeeRegistration FeeMisc. (Per year)Skill Enhancement fee (per year)Exam Fee (per sem)At the time of admission Even Sem Odd Sem
1,25,000
4,950
2,950
300
3,000
1900
75,600
64,700
67,700

M.B.A. Sports Management

Programme Outcomes

Curriculum & Syllabus

Eligibility Criteria

Career Prospects

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BSc Digital Design and Game Arts

Program Outcome of BSc Digital Design

PSO 1. An expert in Digital design, 3D Modeling, Digital sculpting and Game art.

PSO 2. Efficient Game modeler using high detail modeling and sculpting such as Maya, Mudbox and Zbrush.

PSO 3. Graphic designer with deep knowledge of Digital design, Poster design.

PSO 4. Texture artist with sound knowledge of photoshop, mudbox and zbrush.

PSO 5. Game Level designer using Unity.

PSO 6. Character designer with sound knowledge of drawing and painting.

PSO 7. Game concept artist for 2d and 3d game.

PSO 8. UI designer for games.

Curriculum & Syllabus

Curriculum & Syllabus (Total number of credits:140)

 

SEMESTER 1Hours/WeekMaximum Marks
Code No.CourseLectureTutorialPracticaCreditsCASEETotal
LANGLanguage-I
Tamil-1 / Hindi-1 / French-1
50054060100
ENGEnglish
- I
50054060100
COREArt and Aesthetics40044060100
CORECreative Drawing00634060100
COREClay Modeling00634060100
COREDigital Arts -0100424060100
SECSEC - I00024060100
1401624

SEMESTER 1Hours/WeekMaximum Marks
Code No.CourseLectureTutorialPracticaCreditsCASEETotal
LANGLanguage-II
Tamil-2 / Hindi-2 / French-2
50054060100
ENGEnglish II50054060100
COREBasics of 3D Modeling & Texturing (T)40044060100
COREProfessional Photography and Lighting (T)40044060100
CORECharacter Design (P)00634060100
COREStoryboarding (P)00634060100
1801222

SEMESTER 1Hours/WeekMaximum Marks
Code No.CourseLectureTutorialPracticaCreditsCASEETotal
LANGLanguage-III
Tamil-3 / Hindi-3 /
French-3
50054060100
CoreDigital Arts -02 (T)40044060100
CoreDigital Sculpting – 01 (P)00424060100
Core2D Game Art (P)00424060100
CoreObject/Set Design (P)00424060100
DSEDiscipline Specific Elective – I (P)00424060100
AECCAECC – I50054060100
GEGeneric Elective – I20024060100
1601424

SEMESTER 1Hours/WeekMaximum Marks
Code No.CourseLectureTutorialPracticaCreditsCASEETotal
LANGLanguage-IV
Tamil / Hindi / French
50054060100
CoreGame Engine - Fundamentals40044060100
CoreLighting and Rendering00424060100
CoreDigital Sculpting -200424060100
DSEDiscipline Specific Elective – II00424060100
AECCAECC – II50054060100
AECCAECC – III20024060100
GEGeneric Elective – II20024060100
1601424

SEMESTER 1Hours/WeekMaximum Marks
Code No.CourseLectureTutorialPracticaCreditsCASEETotal
CoreLook Development for Games (T)40044060100
CoreVisual Effects (P)00534060100
CoreMatte Painting (P)00424060100
CoreLevel Design (P)00424060100
CoreInterface Design for Games (P)00324060100
CoreGame Studio – Internship- I00024060100
DSEDiscipline Specific Elective – III00324060100
DSEDiscipline Specific Elective – IV00324060100
GEGeneric Elective – III20024060100
SECSEC - II20024060100
802223

SEMESTER 1Hours/WeekMaximum Marks
Code No.CourseLectureTutorialPracticaCreditsCASEETotal
CoreFashion Design (T)40044060100
CoreGame Production Concepts (T)40044060100
CoreGame Studio – Internship- II00024060100
CorePortfolio Development (P)00634060100
DSEDiscipline Specific Elective - V00424060100
DSEDiscipline Specific Elective - VI00424060100
DSEDiscipline Specific Elective - VII00424060100
GEGeneric Elective - IV20024060100
SECSEC - III20024060100
121823

List of Discipline

cCodeCourse
118BGA001Typography and Calligraphy
218BGA002Photogrammetry
318BGA003Stop Motion Animation
418BGA004Simulation for Games
518BGA0053D Animation
618BGA006Creative Color Correction
718BGA007Indian Traditional Arts
818BGA008Colour theory and Composition
918BGA009Creative Script Writing
1018BGA010Poster Design

S. No.CodeCourse
115LEN003Foundation English – III
215LEN004Foundation English – IV
315BAN201Advanced Animation
415EVS201Environmental Studies Paper-I
515BCC251Ethics and values

S. No.CodeCourse
115BCF154E-Commerce
215BCA156Internet Basics
315BCA153Office Automation tools
415BCA155Advanced Excel
515BHM153Tourism Management
6Consumer Affairs
7Disaster Management

S. No.CodeCourse
115BPD251Personality Development -I
215BPD252Personality Development -II
315BPD253Personality Development -III
415NSS255NSS – I
515NSS256NSS – II
615NSS257NSS – III
715NSS258NSS – IV
815NSS259NSS – V
915NSS260NSS – VI

Eligibility Criteria

Pass in +2, HSC or equivalent 3 yrs Diploma in any stream

Career Prospects

  • VFX Artist
  • Match Move Artist
  • Texture Artist
  • VFX Supervisor
  • Light Artist
  • Prep Artist
  • Matte Painting Artist
  • FX Artist
  • Compositor
  • Motion Graphics Artist

Fee Structure

Tuition Fee Per YearOther Fee (Per Sem)
Total Fee (Per Sem)
45,000 6,500
51,500

Artificial Intelligence

Program Educational Objectives(PEO)

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES(PEO)

PEO 1: Graduates will have the ability to adapt, contribute and innovate new technologies and systems in the key domains of Artificial Intelligence.

PEO 2: Graduates will be able to successfully pursue higher education in reputed institutions with AI Specialization.

PEO 3: Graduates will have the ability to explore research areas and produce outstanding contribution in various areas of Artificial Intelligence.

PEO 4: Graduates will be ethically and socially responsible solution providers and entrepreneurs in the field of Computer Science and Engineering with AI Specialization.

PEO 5: To work in a Multidisciplinary environment by providing solutions to real time problems.

 

 

Programme Specific Outcomes (PSO) & Program Outcome (PO)

PROGRAMME SPECIFIC OUTCOMES (PSO)

PSO1: Apply the skills in the areas of Health Care, Education , Agriculture, Intelligent Transport, Environment, Smart Systems & in the multi-disciplinary area of Artificial Intelligence

PSO2: Demonstrate engineering practice learned through industry internship to solve live problems in various domains. Software applications for problem solving.

PROGRAM OUTCOME (PO)

PO1: Engineering knowledgeApply 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 usageCreate, 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 societyApply 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

CategoryCourse TitleLectureTutorialPracticalCreditsCASEETotal
SEMESTER 1
BSCEngineering Chemistry3--34060100
BSCMathematics I(Calculus and Linear Algebra)31-44060100
ESCProgramming for Problem Solving3--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
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Eligibility Criteria

ProgramProgram Duration (Year)
Eligibility
Criteria for Merit
B.Tech Computer Science and Engineering (Artificial Intelligence)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

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Fee Structure

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

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--

Diploma in Astrology

Programme Outcomes

Curriculum & Syllabus

Eligibility Criteria

Career Prospects

Alumni Testimonials

Fee Structure

Tuition Fee 2023 - 2024 (Per Sem)
Other Fee (Per Sem)
Total Fee (Per Sem)
8,0003,000 11,000

LL.M Labour & Administrative Law

Programme Educational Objectives

The Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs) are broad statements that describe the career and professional accomplishments that the programme is preparing its graduates to achieve in few years after receiving the degree. The PEOs of Master of Laws (LL.M.) programme are as follows:

PEO-1: Graduates will be able to demonstrate the essential critical thinking skills necessary for a successful job in their area of specialty.

PEO-2: Graduates will be able to advance towards pursuing doctoral studies and hone their research abilities.

PEO-3: Graduates will be able to serve society through their teaching and research skills.

PEO-4: Graduates will possess improved legal knowledge that will provide them with a competitive advantage over other law graduates in the field.

PEO-5: Graduates will possess strong leadership qualities and a high level of moral responsibility, as well as the capacity to work professionally and ethically both on their own and as members of diverse teams.

Programme Outcomes & Programme Specific Outcomes

PROGRAMME OUTCOMES (POs)

Programme Outcomes (POs) are the attributes of the graduates of the programme that are indicative of his / her ability and competency to work as a professional in their chosen after graduation. Program outcomes are the knowledge, skills, and abilities that students should possess when they graduate from a program. Upon graduation, an LL.M graduate will be able to:

PO-1: Carry out independent research by utilizing their knowledge of variety of sources over a  wide range of legal issues and concerns. (Legal Knowledge)

PO-2: Exhibit analytical abilities that are necessary to evaluate the decisions pronounced by thecourts, as well as various provisions of law; and re-interpret the views and submissions of    jurists and academicians. (Analytical Skills)

PO-3: Provide solutions to various issues based on the knowledge and understanding of the substantive and/or procedural components in their area of expertise. (Critical Thinking)

PO-4: Conduct independent research on a variety of subjects, especially in their area of specialization and author scholarly research papers. (Research Skills)

PO-5: Work on a variety of socio-legal concerns and cultivate a strong sense of duty and responsibility towards society. (Social Responsibility)

PO-6: Gain a reputation as an accomplished legal expert in today’s demanding marketplace bymastering the most recent developments in the legal profession including using of modern   day technology. (Competitive Skills)

PO-7: Apply diverse knowledge to prepare for higher research degree while maintaining focus on the goals. (Higher Education)

PO-8: Capable of putting their thoughts into words and their words into action, thus being ableto communicate effectively (Communication Skills).

PO-9: Able to work independently, identify appropriate resources required for a project, andmanage project through to completion (Self-Directed Learning).

PO-10: Embrace moral/ethical values in conducting one’s life, avoiding unethical behavioursand adopting professional, objective, unbiased and truthful actions in all aspects of work        (Moral and Ethical Awareness).

 

Programme Specific Outcomes (PSOs)

Programme Specific Outcomes (PSOs) describe what graduates are expected to learn andperform in a specialized area of discipline, upon graduation from a programme. The PSOs of LL.M in Labour and Administrative Law programme are as follows:

  • PSO-1: Graduates will be able to contribute effectively and substantially through practice in the areas of Labour and Administrative Law.
  • PSO-2: Graduates will be able to demonstrate their research capabilities to provide solutions   to various issues and contribute to the growth of such disciplines of law.
  • PSO-3: Graduates will be able to critically analyze existing laws, able to draft legislations and  policies, thereby contributing to the nation’s progress and of the world at large.

Curriculum and Syllabus

CURRICULUM & SYLLABUS

MINIMUM CREDITS TO BE EARNED: 65

SEMESTER I

CATEGORYTITLE OF THE COURSEHOUR/ WEEKCREDITS
LectureTutorialPractical
CoreLegal Education and Research Methodology (Common Paper – I)4004
CoreLaw and Justice in a Globalizing World (Common Paper – II)4004
CoreIndustrial Relations Law
(Specialization – I)
4004
CoreConstitutional Foundation of
Administrative Law
(Specialization – II)
4004
GEHealth Law2002
Total180018

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Eligibility Criteria

ProgramProgram Duration (Year)EligibilityCriteria for Merit
LL.M Labour & Administrative Law2 Year (4 Semesters)Pass in LLB / 5 Years Integrated LLB degree from recognized UniversityMerit 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 graduate

Fees Structure

Tuition Fee 2024 - 2025 (Per Sem)Other Fee (Per Sem)Total Fee 2024 - 2025 (Per Sem)
42,00039,00081,000

Department of Automobile Engineering

About the Department

The Department of Automobile Engineering was started in the year of 2012 as a part of the School of Engineering at VISTAS (NAAC “A” Grade accredited University). The Department has a dedicated team of highly qualified and experienced faculties in various streams of Automobile and Mechanical Engineering. The department offers a 4 year B.E. Automobile Engineering and a 2 year M.E. Automobile Engineering. The programmes offered by the department are approved by the UGC and AICTE. The Department has well qualified and experienced faculties in various disciplines such as Mechanical Engineering, Automobile Engineering, Internal Combustion Engines, Thermal Engineering, Energy, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning, Computer Aided Design, etc. The department is equipped with contemporary equipments and instruments in spacious laboratories pertaining to Automotive Engine Components,, Automotive Chassis Components, Fluid Mechanics and Machinery,, Computer Aided Design and Drafting, Automotive Electrical & Electronics, Engine Performance and Emission Testing, Vehicle Maintenance and Reconditioning .

The Department has a library with a collection of various journals, magazines and books. The Department also maintains a close liaison with a number of Industries through Faculty Research and Collaborative Projects. Industrial training and identifying industry oriented problems for research are the special characteristics of the programmes offered by the department. Faculty members are continually publishing the results of their Research Work as Technical Papers in International and National Journals and Conferences. A student completing B.E in Automobile engineering will be able to work in R&D and Product Development as Product Engineer or he/she can pursue research in new automobile technology.

Vision & Mission

VISION OF THE DEPARTMENT

  • To impart excellent education in Automobile Engineering to develop competent and reliable engineers for industry requirement who will also carry out research on continuous basis for the betterment of society. 

MISSION OF THE DEPARTMENT

  • To offer superlative learning experience through innovative teaching practices supported with excellent laboratory facilities and exposure to recent trends in the automotive industry.
  •  To develop comprehensive knowledge in automobile engineering with equal emphasis on theoretical and practical aspects and problem solving skills.
  • To identify and develop industry attached laboratories so that students will become familiar with emerging industrial practices.
  • To focus on Industry-Institute Interaction for improved understanding of the latest technologies, training, internship, research promotion and entrepreneurship.

Programmes Offered

  • B.E Automobile Engineering
  • M.E Automobile Engineering

 

Faculty – Student Ratio: 1:20

Entry Requirements

B.E Automobile Engineering

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 admission  B.E., Bio -Medical and B.Tech., Biotechnology..Apart from MPC, Biology as fourth paper is preferable (or) candidates should have passed the Higher Secondary Examination of Vocational Stream (Vocational Groups in Engineering / Technology).

Lateral Entry B.E / B.Tech: s Candidate with  Diploma in Engineering / Technology awarded by the State Board of Technical Education concerned 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 (or)  candidates with a degree in Science (B.Sc (10+2+3 stream with Mathematics as a subject at the B.Sc Level) are eligible to apply for lateral entry admission to the third semester of B.E., / B.Tech. Such candidates shall undergo two additional Engineering subjects(s) in the third and fourth semesters as prescribed by the University

M.E Automobile Engineering

Should have passed the B.E/B.Tech degree in (Automobile/ Mechanical/ Production/ Manufacturing/ Mechatronics 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.

Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)

PROGRAMME EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEOs)

PEO1: The graduates shall have ability to understand and apply core subject knowledge to various automotive engineering problems.

PEO2: The graduates will be able to work in team, investigate the problem, apply engineering knowledge and present a trustworthy solution.

PEO3:The graduates shall be competent in continue their intellectual expansion ability for lifetime learning by pursuing higher education.

PEO4: The graduates will exhibit professionalism in their chosen career and adapt to current technologies, trends and industrial needs.

PEO5: The graduates shall have good communication and leadership skill, high moral and social values.

Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)

PROGRAMME EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEOs)

PEO1: Independently create and blend knowledge, present methodological reports by the way of professional and ethical practices.

PEO2:Employ recent engineering tools and critical thinking in solving engineering problems and widen solutions through novelty and creativity.

PEO3: Exhibit valuable project management skills in modern organizational context and maintain intellectual development through lifelong learning.

PEO4:Exhibit team work with professionalism in their chosen profession and adapt to current trends, technologies suitable for industries.

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

PROGRAMME OUTCOMES (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, review 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 teamwork: 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: Lifelong 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 (PSO)

  • PSO1: To apply the concepts of design, development, research, innovation, analysis and maintenance of automotives in the manufacturing and servicing industries.
  • PSO2: To be employable in Automotive, Manufacturing, Design, Production industries, academic institutes, Research and development organizations.
  • PSO3: To Identify, formulate and solve automotive engineering problems in the research laboratory and perform multidisciplinary tasks in Automobile Engineering and allied areas.

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

PROGRAMME OUTCOME (PO)

PO1: Assess the 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: Design, analyze, conduct numerical experiments, and interpret data of compound automotive engineering related problems.

PO3: Develop automotive engineering practices and principles to a project and lead the team for efficient project management considering economical and financial factors

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

PO5: Implement the relevant techniques, skills, advanced modern engineering tools, instrumentation and software packages necessary for engineering practices.

PO6: Build competent technical knowledge to practice automotive engineering business and develop ideas to amalgamate the existing and contemporary knowledge.

PROGRAMME SPECIFIC OUTCOMES (PSO)

PSO1: 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.

PSO2: 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
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202223

 

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Curriculum & Syllabus

CURRICULUM & SYLLABUS

MINIMUM CREDITS TO BE EARNED: 170

CategoryCourse TitleLTPCCASEETotal
SEMESTER 1
HSCEnglish2--24060100
BSCPhysics (Introduction to
Electromagnetic Theory)
3--34060100
BSCMathematics - I (Calculus and
Linear Algebra)
31-44060100
ESCBasic Electrical and Electronics Engineering3--34060100
ESCEngineering Graphics and Design1-434060100
HSCEnglish Laboratory--214060100
BSCPhysics Laboratory--214060100
ESCBasic Electrical and Electronics
Engineering Laboratory
--214060100
MCConstitution of India2---100
MCStudent Induction Program-------
1411018

 

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Curriculum & Syllabus

CURRICULUM & SYLLABUS

MINIMUM CREDITS TO BE EARNED: 80

CategoryCourseHours/WeekCreditsMaximum Marks
LectureTutorialPractical CASEETotal
Program CoreAutomotive Chassis and Transmission31044060100
Program CoreAutomotive Engines and Accessories31044060100
Foundation CourseApplied Mathematics31044060100
Program ElectiveProgram Elective I31044060100
Program CoreAutomotive Chassis Components Laboratory00424060100
Program CoreAutomotive Engine Components Laboratory00424060100
Mandatory coursesResearch Methodology and IPR20024060100
Audit CourseTechnical Seminar I00004060100
Total144822

 

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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.

Eligibility Criteria

ProgramProgram Duration (Year)EligibilityCriteria for Merit
B.E. Automobile 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"

Eligibility Criteria

ProgramCriteria for MeritProgram Duration (Year)
EligibilityCriteria for Merit
M.E. Automobile Engineering"2 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

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

Career Prospects

CAREER PROSPECTS

 

  • Design Engineer
  • Quality Control Engineer
  • Maintenance Engineer
  • Service Engineer
  • Sales Engineer
  • Production Engineer
  • Safety Engineer
  • Field Engineer
  • Commissioning Engineer
  • Transportation Engineer

Career Prospects

CAREER PROSPECTS

 

  • Design Engineer
  • Quality Control Engineer
  • Development Engineer
  • Supply Chain Engineer
  • Reliability Engineer
  • Equipment Engineer
  • Planning Engineer
  • Simulation Engineer
  • Engineering Analyst
  • Test Engineer

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

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

Fee Structure

Tuition Fee 2024 - 2025 (Per Sem)
Other Fee (Per Sem)
Total Fee 2024 - 2025 (Per Sem)
45,00013,00058,000

Faculty of the Department

S. No.NameDesignationJoining DateQualificationNature of Association
(Regular/Contract/ Adjunct)
Vidwan ID Photos
1Dr.L.KarikalanProfessor and Head07-04-2017B.E., M.E.,Ph.D.Regular232963
2Dr.S.RamasubramanianAssociate Professor07-02-2012B.Tech., M.E.,Ph.D.Regular233520
3Dr.M.RubanAssociate Professor07-01-2013B.E,M.E.,Ph.D.Regular181017
4Dr.S.VenugopalAssistant Professor07-01-2016B.E,M.E.,Ph.D.Regular232547
5Dr.V S ShaisundaramAssistant Professor07-03-2017B.E, M.Tech, Ph.D.Regular236986
6Dr.S.JacobAssistant Professor07-01-2016B.E,M.E.,Ph.D.Regular233122
7Dr.S.BaskarAssistant Professor07-03-2017B.E., M.E.,Ph.D.Regular173387
8Mr.S.Sathish KumarAssistant Professor28/8/2020B.E., M.E.,Regular
9Mr.S.Santhosh KumarAssistant Professor28/8/2020B.E., M.E.,Regular

Department of MBA

About the Department

The School of Management Studies which is a flagship Department under  Vels Institute of Science Technology and Advanced Studies had its beginning during the Academic Year 1998-99 with an objective to provide Quality Management Education to aspirants to mould them into successful entrepreneurs and future leaders in leading  organizations. The School is engaged in offering a 2 year  – Graduate Programme in Business Administration (MBA) and 5 years Integrated MBA Programme. The Department of Management Studies is an All-India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) approved, University Grants Commission (UGC) Recognized, NBA (National Board of Accreditation) Accredited and   accorded with “A” grade by the National Accreditation Council (NAAC). 

 The School of Management Studies has qualified and trained faculty members and well-equipped Infrastructurefacilitiessuch as state-of-the-art classrooms, Separate WIFI enabled block, modern teaching equipment, sophisticated lab facilities with various softwares — SPSS, ERP, Tally etc. The School  also has well stocked library with Text books, journals, e-journals, encyclopaedias, almanacs and magazines. 

Vision & Mission

 

Vision of the Department:

 

To be a Centre of Excellence in Management Studies and Commerce, imparting and developing Managerial leadership and entrepreneurial skills to students and to provide managers for the global market

 

Mission of the Department:

 

  • To provide an affordable opportunity for diverse group of students and other stakeholders to learn by synergizing education, research, innovation and outreach efforts.
  •  To inculcate self-discipline, values, ethics and devotion to duty among  students to make them good citizens, leaders, professionals & entrepreneurs.
  •  To develop  future business leaders through imparting high quality of analytical ability & decision making capability.
  •  To offer exposure to global business standards and inculcate strategic management aspiration.

Programmes Offered

  • MBA (Specializations in Finance, HRM, Marketing Management, Organisational Behavior, Strategy, MIS, Entrepreneurship and Operations management)
  • MBA (Logistics and Shipping Management)
  • MBA (Logistics and Supply Chain Management)
  • MBA (Business Analytics)
  • MBA (Integrated)
  • M.Phil (Management)
  • Ph.D (Management)

Programme Educational Objectives

  • To provide best quality of education and prepare the students to meet global standards and competitive environment
  • To inculcate team spirit and leadership capabilities among students to develop business leaders for organizational development
  • To impart ethical and moral values to create better citizens and society
  • To develop entrepreneurial skills to plan strategically and encourage them to become Entrepreneurs

B.Sc. HCM

Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)

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 (PO) & Programme Specific Outcomes (PSO)

PROGRAM OUTCOME (PO)

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

PO2: Undertakes 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 mitigating 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

SEMESTER I Hours/WeekMaximum Marks
SemCategorySub CodeTitle of the CourseLectureTutorialPractical
CreditCASEETotal
ISEC 21LBHM11Communicative French – I40024060100
IAEC 21BHEN11English Paper – I20044060100
IDSC21CBHM11Basic Front Office Operations 20024060100
IDSC21CBHM12Basic Food Production – I20024060100
IDSC21CBHM13Basic Food and Beverage Service - I20024060100
IDSE21DBHM11Food Science20024060100
IDSC21PBHM21Practical - Basic Food Production00404060100
IDSC21PBHM22Practical - Basic Food and Beverage Service00404060100
IDSC21PBHM23Practical - Accommodation Operations –I00404060100
IDSC21PBHM24Practical - Basic Front Office Operations 00404060100
Total1401614

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Eligibility Criteria

Program
Program Duration(Years)
Eligibility
Criteria for Merit
B.Sc Hotel and Catering Management3 Years (6 Semesters)Pass in 12th Std., Lateral Entry: 3 Year Diploma Hotel and Catering ManagementMerit based on the percentage of marks secured in the qualifying examination
B.Sc Food Service Management and Applied Nutrition3 Years (6 Semesters)Pass in 12th 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.

Alumni Testimonials

Fee Structure

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

B.E. ECE

Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)

PROGRAMME EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEOs)

PEO1: Implement the acquired sound technical knowledge in core and specialized subjects of Electronics & Communication Engineering to be creative and innovative in solving engineering problems in the current scenario.

PEO2: Professionally competent with a high degree of employability in National and International Industries with the ability to handle any complicated technical issues.

PEO3: Induce critical thinking with the awareness of recent and future technological developments to contribute effectively towards Research and Development.

PEO4: Inculcate Life-long learning, Collective responsibility, Managerial capabilities and Leadership qualities by adapting to new technologies for societal benefits.

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

Programme Outcomes (POs)

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: Identity, 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.

Programme Specific Outcomes (PSOs)

PSO1: Design and analyze the concepts and applications in the field of Communication, Cognitive Networks, Signal & Image processing, Embedded systems, Data Science and Artificial Intelligence to find solutions to the real-world problems.

PSO2: Demonstrate the acquired professional and competitive skills for successful Carrier, demonstrating the practice of Professional Ethics and the concerns for Social and Environmental impact technologies.

Curriculum & Syllabus 2022

CURRICULUM & SYLLABUS

MINIMUM CREDITS TO BE EARNED: 170

CategorySEMESTER IHours/WeeksMaximum Marks
Course TitleLectureTutorialPracticalCreditsCASEETotal
BSCChemistry3--34060100
BSCMathematics-I (Calculus and Linear Algebra)31-44060100
ESCProgramming for Problem solving3--34060100
ESCBasic Civil and Mechanical Engineering3--34060100
ESCWorkshop and Manufacturing Practices1-434060100
BSCChemistry Laboratory--214060100
ESCProgramming for problem solving Laboratory--214060100
MCStudent Induction Program-------
MCUniversal Human Values: Understanding Harmony2-----100
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Curriculum & Syllabus 2018

CURRICULUM & SYLLABUS

MINIMUM CREDITS TO BE EARNED: 170

SEMESTER IHours/WeeksMaximum Marks
CategoryCourse TitleLectureTutorialPracticalCreditsCASEETotal
BSChemistry31044060100
BSMathematics – I (Calculus and Linear Algebra)31044060100
ESProgramming for Problem solving30034060100
BSChemistry Laboratory10324060100
ESProgramming for problem solving Laboratory10324060100
ESWorkshop/Manufacturing Practices10434060100
MCConstitution of India2000---
1421018

 

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Eligibility Criteria

ProgramProgram Duration (Year)Program Duration (Year)Eligibility
Criteria for Merit
B.Tech. Electronics & Communication 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"

Career Prospects

CAREER PROSPECTS

  • AI Developer/ AI Engineer
  • Communication Engineer
  • Design Engineer
  • Desktop Support Engineer
  • Embedded Software Engineer
  • Hardware Design Engineer & Developer
  • Network Engineer
  • Software Engineer
  • System Analyst & Engineer
  • Research and Development Engineering

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Major Research Areas

Major Research Areas

  • 5G Networks & Communication
  • Bio Signal and Medical Image processing
  • Digital Image & Signal Processing
  • Embedded Robotics
  • EMI and EMC Studies
  • Internet of Things
  • Machine Learning & Data Science
  • Medical Informatics
  • Underwater Communication and Networks
  • Wireless Communication Networks

Sponsored Research/Consultancy

Department of ECE-Sponsored Research / Consultancy
S. NoName of FacultyProject TitleResearch/ ConsultancyFunding AgenciesGrant Received Duration
1Dr. S. Jerritta & Dr. V. RajendranReal Time Identification and Management of Workplace Stressors in Submariners using Physiological and Behavioral Measures, 2023ResearchDeep Ocean Mission, Ministry of Earth Sciences-MEOSRs. 34,14,000.002 Years (Ongoing)
2Dr. V. RajendranDesign a prototype configuration model for the vessel tracking system for the benefit of the fishermen community and extend the configuration to the Tamil Nadu coastline from Chennai to KanyakumariResearchDepartment of Science and Technology/ State Science and Technology ProgramRs.99,36,8003 Years (Completed)
3Dr. V. RajendranFeasibility study on Regression/classification by mining RF radar data using Unsupervised Learning process leading to identification of IntrudersConsultancyBHAVINI, KalpakkamRs. 1,27,455.008 Months (Completed)
4Dr. M. MeenaCognitive home automation system with sensor network and its implementation using FPGA controllerResearchTamil Nadu State Council For Science and Technology (TNSCST)Rs. 7,5006 Months (Completed)

Fee Structure

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

Professional Activities

List of Events Organized by the Department From 2019-Present

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Faculty of the Department

Sl. No.
Name of the Faculty
Designation
Educational Qualification
Area of Specialization
Experience in Years
Vidwan IDPhotos
1Dr. V. RajendranProfessor & DirectorM.Tech., Ph.DSystems and Signals, Underwater Electronics, Marine Instrumentation, Underwater signal processing, Ocean Acoustics, Wireless Network & Data Science and Analytics37 Years290838
2Dr. Jerritta.SProfessor & HoDM.E., Ph.DPsychophysiology, Biomedical Signal and Image Processing, Time Frequency Analysis of time series, Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning17.5 Years173520
3Dr. Vijayalakshmi.PAssociate ProfessorM.E., Ph.DUnderwater Communication and Networking, Machine Learning17 Years232580
4Dr. M. MeenaAssociate ProfessorM.E., Ph.DWireless Networks - Cognitive radio13 Years232479
5Dr. G.R. JothilakshmiProfessorM.E., Ph.DMedical Image Processing25 Years232524
6Dr. T. JayaAssociate ProfessorM.E.,Ph.DWireless Networking, Underwater Communication12 Years290166
7Dr. Arul Stephen.CAssistant ProfessorM.E., Ph.DWireless Sensor Networks and Communication10 Years250052
8Dr. M. MonishaAssistant ProfessorM.E., Ph.DDigital Communication, Wireless Networks & Cognitive Radio Networks8 Years232464
9Dr. Kumudham. RAssociate ProfessorM.E., Ph.DImage Processing and Electromagnetics9.6 Years173380
10Dr. C. SharanyaAssistant ProfessorM.E., Ph.DDigital Electronics, Wireless Networks & Cognitive Radio Networks8.5 Years232683
11Dr. A. VijayalakshmiProfessorM.E., Ph.DWireless Sensor Networks, Deep learning, Data Analysis and Secured Communication, IoT and Embedded Systems21 Years232640
12Mr. J.Antony Veera Puthira RajaAssistant ProfessorM.E., MBA, (Ph.D)Wireless Network & Data Science and Analytics10497452
13Dr. Madona B SahaaiAssistant ProfessorM.Tech., Ph.DMedical Image Processing4250933

B.Sc. Nautical Science

Programme Outcomes

PROGRAM OUTCOME (PO)

PO-1: Knowledge – Breadth
The practical application of knowledge to the full range of navigational practices of ships in all sea
areas, ship operations with regard to safety, stability and hull stresses, loading, handling and care of a
wide variety of cargoes, crew and passenger care and emergency procedures.

PO-2: Knowledge – Kind
The ability to apply principles of mathematics and physics to solve navigational problems: the
application of principles of physics in loading ships to maintain stability and avoid excessive hull
stresses; the ability to solve cargo loading, handling and care problems; the working knowledge of the
legislative requirements for all aspects of ship operations and navigation.

PO-3: Skill – Range
The ability to perform the duties of a ships navigation officers and officer in charge of a navigational
watch and of a watch in port; the ability to operate ship’s navigational equipment correctly and
demonstrate an appreciation of the limitations of such equipment; the correct operation of ship’s
control systems; the correct operation of a ship’s cargo handling and cargo care systems; the ability to
manage minor emergencies and react appropriately to major ones; the ability to participate in the
commercial or other operational functions of the ship.

PO-4: Skill – Selectivity
The ability to plan and conduct sea passages; assimilate and assess information from different sources
and exercise correct judgement when presented with complex navigational and shipping traffic
situations; the ability to take charge and accept responsibility in a variety of shipboard situations.

PO-5: Competence – Context
The ability to carry out the function of Officer of the Watch in a vessel of more that 500gt as specified
in the International Maritime Organization’s “Standards of Training and Certification of Watchkeepers
2010”; is showing initiative when dealing with shipboard functions and situations.

PO-6: Competence – Role
The ability to participate in the commercial and operational activities of a ship and solve complex
problems relating to this; the competence to take charge of groups of people engaged in both routine
and emergency duties; the ability to report comprehensively on normal and unusual situations on
board ship, or affecting the ship and its environment; the ability to report comprehensively on the
ship’s and the student’s activity and interaction in the wider context such as ports, geographical areas,
meteorological phenomena.

PO-7: Competence – Learning to Learn
A recognition of the need for continuous training individually and in groups; a critical evaluation of
procedures and systems currently in place aboard ship to improve safety and efficiency; an
understanding of the process in understudying superiors to assist in advancement to the next
academic and professional level.

PO-8: Competence – Insight
A full and comprehensive awareness of the responsibilities of a ship’s officer for the safe navigation
and operation of all ship types with particular regard to personal safety of the crew, the ship, the cargo
and in particular of his/her responsibility to the global community for the protection of the marine
environment.

Curriculum & Syllabus

CURRICULUM & SYLLABUS

MINIMUM CREDITS TO BE EARNED: 146

Hour/WeekMaximum Marks
SLSEMCODENAME OF THE COURSELTPCreditsCAAEETotal
SEMESTER – I
1121BNS001NAUTICAL MATHEMATICS - I 50044060100
2121BNS002NAUTICAL PHYSICS – I40034060100
3121BNS101MARINE METEOROLOGY - I 50044060100
4121BNS152PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE - I00344060100
5121BNS201ENGLISH - I40034060100
6121BNS202 PRACTICAL - NAUTICAL PHYSICS - I0032--60100
7121BNS251SHIP OPERATION TECHNOLOGY - I40034060100
8121BNS252PRACTICAL - SHIP OPERATION TECHNOLOGY - I 0022--60100
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Eligibility Criteria

ProgramProgram Duration (Year)EligibilityCriteria for Merit
B.Sc. Nautical Science3 Years (6 Semesters)A pass in 10+2 or its equivalent examination with minimum 60% aggregate in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics group, and at least 50% in English in 10th or12th Standard. Relaxation of 5% in PCM for SC/ST 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. Qualified in IMUCET. 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 color blindness.

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 - 4Semester - 5Semester - 6Total Fees
1,75,0001,47,0001,67,0001,47,0001,67,0001,47,0009,50,000

BSc Aeronautical Science

Program Highlights

PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS:

Theoretical Knowledge for CPL: Our B.Sc Aeronautical Science program places a strong emphasis on providing students with a solid foundation in theoretical aeronautical knowledge, essential for the successful pursuit of a Commercial Pilot License (CPL) as per DGCA standards.

ATC and Airport Operations: Students delve into the intricacies of Air Traffic Control (ATC) and gain insights into airport operations, covering both technical and operational aspects to ensure a comprehensive understanding of the dynamic aviation environment.

Airline Ground and Flight Operations: The program extensively covers the complexities of airline ground and flight operations. Students learn about various procedures, protocols, and challenges involved in ensuring the seamless functioning of airlines.

Flight Operations: Our curriculum introduces a specialised module focusing on flight operations, offering students an in-depth understanding of planning, execution, and monitoring of flights. Topics include route planning, weather considerations, and emergency procedures, preparing students for key roles in the operational aspects of aviation.

Aircraft Maintenance: We’ve incorporated a dedicated module that delves into aircraft maintenance, covering the critical aspects of ensuring aircraft safety and reliability. Students will learn about maintenance procedures, inspections, and regulatory compliance, providing them with the knowledge required to contribute to the integrity of aircraft systems.

Aerospace: The program now includes a module on aerospace, exposing students to the broader realm of aeronautics beyond commercial aviation. This module covers space exploration, satellite technology, and advancements in aerospace engineering, broadening students’ perspectives and preparing them for diverse career opportunities within the aerospace sector.

Practical Training: To enhance the learning experience, our program includes practical training sessions, allowing students to apply their theoretical knowledge in real-world scenarios. This hands-on approach prepares them for the practical challenges they may encounter in their aeronautical careers.

Industrial Visits: We believe in providing our students with exposure to the industry through organised industrial visits. These visits facilitate a better understanding of the operational environment, giving students a firsthand look into the day-to-day workings of airports, airlines, aircraft maintenance organisations, and aerospace companies.

Internships: As part of the curriculum, students are offered opportunities for internships in both domestic and international airports, airlines, aircraft maintenance organisations, and aerospace companies. These internships provide valuable industry experience, helping students bridge the gap between academia and the professional world.

Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEOs)

PEO 1: To produce graduates having a strong background in aeronautical science.

PEO 2: To produce graduates who can meet the diversified needs of the aviation industry.

PEO 3: To produce graduates having the multidisciplinary knowledge to solve real-world problems with a high degree of professional ethics and standards.

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

PROGRAM OUTCOME (POs)

PO 1: Disciplinary knowledge Students will demonstrate in-depth knowledge and understanding of Aeronautical science.

PO 2: Communication Skills Students can express thoughts and ideas effectively in writing and orally, and also able to present complex information clearly and concisely to different groups.

PO 3: Critical thinking Students can apply analytic thought to a body of knowledge; analyse and evaluate evidence, arguments, claims, beliefs based on empirical evidence; identify relevant assumptions or implications; formulate coherent arguments; critically evaluate practices, policies and theories by following a scientific approach to knowledge development.

PO 4: Problem-solving Students can build the capacity to extrapolate from what one has learned and apply their competencies to solve different kinds of non-familiar problems, rather than replicate curriculum content knowledge; and apply one’s learning to real-life situations.

PO 5: Analytical reasoning Students can evaluate the reliability and relevance of evidence; identify logical flaws and holes in the arguments of others; analyse and synthesize data from a variety of sources; draw valid conclusions and support them with evidence and examples, and addressing opposing viewpoints.

PO 6: Research-related skills Students can recognize cause-and-effect relationships, define problems, formulate hypotheses, test hypotheses, analyse, interpret and draw conclusions from data, establish hypotheses, predict cause-and-effect relationships; the ability to plan, execute and report the results of an experiment or investigation.

PO 7: Cooperation/Team work Students can work effectively and respectfully with diverse teams; facilitate cooperative or coordinated effort on the part of a group, and act together as a group or a team in the interests of a common cause and work efficiently as a member of a team.

PO 8: Scientific reasoning Students can analyse, interpret and draw conclusions from quantitative/qualitative data; and critically evaluate ideas, evidence and experiences from an open-minded and reasoned perspective.

PO 9: Reflective thinking Students can develop Critical sensibility to lived experiences, with selfawareness and reflexivity of both self and society.

PO 10: Information/digital literacy Students can use ICT in a variety of learning situations, demonstrate the ability to access, evaluate, and use a variety of relevant information sources; and use appropriate software for analysis of data.

PO 11: Self-directed learning Students can work independently, identify appropriate resources required for a project, and manage a project through to completion.

PO 12: Multicultural competence Students can get knowledge of the values and beliefs of multiple cultures and a global perspective, and the capability to effectively engage in a multicultural society and interact respectfully with diverse groups.

PO 13: Moral and ethical awareness/reasoning Students can embrace moral/ethical values in conducting one’s life, formulate a position/argument about an ethical issue from multiple perspectives, and use ethical practices in all work. Capable of demonstrating the ability to identify ethical issues related to one’s work, avoid unethical behaviour such as fabrication, falsification or misrepresentation of data or committing plagiarism, not adhering to intellectual property rights; appreciating environmental and sustainability issues; and adopting an objective, unbiased and truthful actions in all aspects of work.

PO 14: Leadership readiness/qualities Students can develop the ability to mapping out the tasks of a team or an organization, and setting direction, formulating an inspiring vision, building a team that can help achieve the vision, motivating and inspiring team members to engage with that vision, and using management skills to guide people to the right destination, smoothly and efficiently.

PO 15: Lifelong learning Students can acquire knowledge and skills, including “learning how to learn‟, that is necessary for participating in learning activities throughout life.

PROGRAMME SPECIFIC OUTCOME (PSOs)

PSO 1: Able to understand the various scientific principles and they can able to apply in the field of Aeronautical Science.

PSO 2: Able to achieve a full understanding of the topics specified for the ATPL examination.

PSO 3: Able to apply advanced level skills in academic and research pursuits relevant to aeronautical science and other interdisciplinary streams.

Curriculum & Syllabus

CURRICULUM & SYLLABUS

MINIMUM CREDITS TO BE EARNED: 140

Code No.CourseHours/WeekMaximum Marks
LectureTutorialPracticalCreditsCASEETotal
LANGTamil I/ Hindi / French30034060100
ENGEnglish I30034060100
COREMathematics31044060100
COREFundamentals of physics31044060100
COREAviation Meteorology40044060100
COREPhysics lab00444060100
COREWorkshop Practices lab00424060100
AECCCommunication Skills10224060100
SECOrientation/Induction
programme / Life skills
-
1721024

 

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Eligibility Criteria

ProgramEligibilityCriteria for MeritProgram Duration
Years
B. Sc. Aeronautical Science
(Knowledge partner: MH Cockpit)
A pass in (10+2) with Physics or equivalent (or) Three years of Diploma from a recognized boardMerit based on the percentage of marks secured in the qualifying examination3 Years
(6 semesters)

Career Prospects

CAREER PROSPECTS

 

  • Pilot
  • ATC Officer
  • Airport Operations Professional
  • Airline Ground operations Officer
  • Airline Flight Operations Officer
  • Flight Dispatcher
  • Junior scientist in DRDO, NAL, HAL, ISRO
  • Aircraft Technician
  • Aviation/ Aerospace Software Analyst
  • Airline Planning Engineer
  • Technical Writer (Airline Flight OPs)
  • Flight safety Inspector- Flight operations Department
  • Load and trim Officer in an airline
  • Cabin crew
  • Turn around co ordinator
  • Cargo officer
  • Airline Network planning Analyst
  • Airport operations control centre officer
  • Officers Category Positions in All Armed forces preferablyin Aviation Unit of Indian  Airforce, ARMY, Navy, coast guard.
  • Eligible to Apply for state and Central Government Group 1 , 2 and other category Exams

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

Agriculture

Programme Outcomes

PO-1 Domain Knowledge Impart knowledge of basic sciences, applied sciences, fundamentals in horticulture and related fields.
PO-2 Problem analysis To identify, review, analyze and formulate the problem in horticultural practices and post-harvest techniques.
PO-3 Problem solutions Understand the impact of professional horticultural 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 horticulture 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 a horticultural enterprise. To understand components of horti-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 horticulture. 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 horticultural organizations and exhibit an understanding and appreciation of the ethical implications of decisions.
PO-7 Environment and Sustainability Demonstrate knowledge toan understanding of basic horticulture and agriculture production with the breadth and depth of the profession of horticulture and agriculture. Basic biology: taxonomy, anatomy, morphology, and physiology. The characteristics of the environment and their influence on plant growth and development. Current applications of horticultural and agricultural principles and practices for propagation, pest management, production, maintenance, and business practices. Comprehensive knowledge of horticultural and agricultural production.
PO-8 Ethics To develop critical, self-critical opinions and approaches aiming at solving the most important practical problems in the field of horticulture 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 and horticulture.
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 a horti-entrepreneur.

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Eligibility Criteria

As per the eligibility criteria

Candidates who passed Higher Secondary Course (HSC) under Vocational stream and studied Biology, Agricultural Science – Theory, Agricultural

Science – Practical and Computer Technology as vocational subjects are eligible to apply for the degree

Career Prospects

For graduates in agriculture, a B. Sc., (Hons.) Horticulture 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., (Hons.) Horticulture can pursue the following positions:

  • Horticulture Research Scientist
  • Extension Officer
  • Horticulture 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

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Programme Outcomes

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 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 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 to an 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.

Curriculum & Syllabus

Eligibility Criteria

ProgramProgram Duration (Year)EligibilityCriteria for Merit
Diploma in Agriculture2 Years (4 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 Sciences.
Merit based on the percentage of marks secured in the qualifying examination

Career Prospects

The Avenues are opened for Agricultural/ Horticultural graduates in plenty  in organic production, Mechanization, post harvest technology, food processing, marketing, export of agriculture and horticultural produces, fertilizer and pesticides companies agro- industries and NGO’s.

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Fee Structure

Tuition Fee 2024 - 2025 (Per Sem) Other Fees (Per Sem) Total Fee 2024 - 2025 (Per Sem)
33,50027,30060,800

Programme Outcomes

PO-1 Domain Knowledge Impart knowledge of basic sciences, applied sciences, fundamentals in horticulture and related fields.
PO-2 Problem analysis To identify, review, analyze and formulate the problem in horticultural practices and post-harvest techniques.
PO-3 Problem solutions Understand the impact of horticultural 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 horticulture are linked by 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 a horticultural enterprise. To understand components of horti-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 horticulture. 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 horticultural organizations and exhibit an understanding and appreciation of the ethical implications of decisions.
PO-7 Environment and Sustainability Demonstrate knowledge to an understanding of basic horticulture and agriculture production with the breadth and depth of the profession of horticulture and agriculture. Basic biology: taxonomy, anatomy, morphology, and physiology. The characteristics of the environment and their influence on plant growth and development. Current applications of horticultural and agricultural principles and practices for propagation, pest management, production, maintenance, and business practices. Comprehensive knowledge of horticultural and agricultural production.
PO-8 Ethics To develop critical, self-critical opinions and approaches aiming at solving the most important practical problems in the field of horticulture 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 and horticulture.
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 a horti-entrepreneur.

Curriculum & Syllabus

Eligibility Criteria

ProgramProgram Duration (Year)EligibilityCriteria for Merit
Diploma in Horticulture2 Years (4 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 Sciences.Merit based on the percentage of marks secured in the qualifying examination

Career Prospects

The Avenues are opened for Agricultural/ Horticultural graduates  in plenty  in organic production, Mechanization, post harvest technology, food processing, marketing, export of agriculture and horticultural produces, fertilizer and pesticides companies agro- industries and NGO’s.

Alumni Testimonials

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

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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.

Programme Outcomes

 

 

Curriculum & Syllabus

Eligibility Criteria

Career Prospects

Alumni Testimonials

Fee Structure

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

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Fee Structure

Tuition Fee 2024 - 2025 (Per Sem) Other Fees (Per Sem) Total Fee 2024 - 2025 (Per Sem)
33,50027,30060,800

Diploma in Bharathanatyam - 3year

Programme Outcomes

Curriculum & Syllabus

Eligibility Criteria

Career Prospects

Alumni Testimonials

Fee Structure

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

Bachelor of Commerce (B.COM)

Eligibility

Candidates who have passed in the 12th Standard Examinations or its equivalent.

Fee Structure

Rs.2500 /- Per Semester (Six Semesters) plus Registration Charges.

Curriculum & Syllabus

First Year-First Semester

S.
No
Course CodeCourse TitleCategoryNo.of CreditsExam HrsMarks DistributionMax. MarksPass Marks
CIAESE
1DLTAM11Tamil ILanguage I43307010040
2DLENG11English ILanguageII43307010040
3DCBGL11Financial Accounting - ICC43307010040
4DCBGL12Business ManagementCC43307010040
5DCBGL13Managerial EconomicsCC43307010040
Total20150350500

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B.Sc Neuro Electro Physiology (alllied)

Programme Outcomes

Programme Outcomes

PO1: Clinical physiologists (neurophysiology) work closely with patients of all ages to investigate the function of the nervous system in order to diagnose and monitor neurological disorders, including epilepsy, strokes, dementia, nerve and muscle dysfunction and multiple sclerosis

Curriculum & Syllabus

Curriculum & Syllabus

  • Semester – I
    General Anatomy
    General Physiology
    General Biochemistry
    Medical Law and Ethics
    Communication and Soft Skills
  • Semester – II
    General Pathology
    General Microbiology
    General Pharmacology
    Medical Terminology
    Basic Computers & Information Science

Eligibility Criteria

ProgramProgram Duration (Year)EligibilityCriteria for Merit
B.Sc Neuroelectrophysiology4 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

  • The students will acquire skills to assess the patient and plan various electro diagnostic procedures and implement them. It is an exclusive course in which students have training in Sleep studies, Autonomic function tests, pre-surgical evaluation of epilepsy, EEG (including Neonatal and long-term monitoring), Nerve conduction studies, Electromyogram, Visual evoked potential, Brainstem, Auditory evoked potential and Somatosensory evoked potential.

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Fee Structure

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

B.Sc. Medical Record Sciences

Fees Structure

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

Programme Outcomes

Programme Outcomes

PO1:To record the facts about a patient’s health with emphasis on events affecting the patient during the
current admission or attendance at the health care facility

PO2:Continuing care of the patient when they require health care in the future.

B.Sc Accident & Emergency Care

Fees Structure

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

School of Life Science

About the Department

The Department of Biochemistry, School of Life Sciences was started in the year 1993 under the affiliation of University of Madras. The Department has well equipped laboratories, advanced research facilities, sophisticated services and computing and networking capabilities. The Department does exceedingly well in the fields of higher education, research and industrial consultancy. Strong expertise exists among the highly qualified faculty on both theoretical and experimental methods of research”.

Vision & Mission

Vision of the Department

To educate the budding researcher with professional principle to meet the challenges in the field of biotechnology. 

Mission of the Department

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

Courses Offered

  • B Sc., Biochemistry
  • M.Sc., Biochemistry
  • Ph.D. Biochemistry

The academic programmes are based on the choice based credit system as per UGC regulations. Each Programme comprises several core, elective courses, internships, field visit and project work.  

Add on Course

The Department also offers a two year Diploma in Medical Lab Technology course (conducted by Bharat Seva Samaj) duly approved and certified by the Planning Commission, Government of India, assuring students with 100% Placement.

About Research Programmes

Ample opportunities are provided for research-minded students to work on their research skills and participate actively in pioneering research studies through Ph.D programme.  The faculties along with their scholars do active research in frontier areas, which often results in highly acclaimed publications in International and National Journals and patents.  Most of the research work is presented in International and National conferences. 

Research Areas

  • Biochemical, toxicological and pharmacological evaluation of the efficacy of plants, active constituents and plant based nano particles.
  • Preclinical evaluation of bioactive constituents for disorders and diseases like cancer, ulcer, rheumatoid arthritis, diabetes.
  • Biochemical and molecular characterization of microbial enzymes of industrial importance.
  • Insights into the mechanism underlying  neuro pathophysiology and its amelioration employing phytochemicals.

Corporate Partnership

The Department always intends to foster  student and industry interaction for acquiring additional knowledge, technical knowhow and update of latest technologies among students. For this purpose the department has Memorandum of Understanding with corporate firms.  These include the

  • Stannis Institute of Paramedical Sciences for conducting 2 year DMLT course with lab practices.
  • Greens Med Lab and Avanz Biotech for internship programs, biochemical estimations and sample Processing.

Placement

We have 100% job placement record. Students have no trouble finding coveted positions in reputed corporate companies that visit the campus every year, offering an excellent salary package on par with international standards. Candidates interested in career options other than clinical diagnostics shall also be assisted in pursuing their interests. Placements were  obtained earlier from reputed corporates include Cipla, Alkem, Orchid, Pfizer, Ranbaxy, DRL etc.,

 

Faculty-Student Ratio:  1:20

Facilities

Labs and Classrooms:

Two separate dedicated Labs for UG and PG Biochemistry students. 

5 Smart classrooms with WiFi facility.

Instruments Available:
  • Analog Colorimeter
  • Auto analyser (Semi)
  • Auto clave
  • Binocular microscope (Olympus)
  • Clinical centrifuge
  • Digital colorimeter
  • Digital incubator
  • Electronic balance 
  • Heating mantle
  • Homogeniser
  • Laminar air flow
  • Magnetic stirrer
  • Micro centrifuge  (maximum – 10000rpm, fixed, 6 x 1.5mL)
  • Monocular microscope
  • Oven
  • pH meter
  • Remi R8 centrifuge (maximum speed – 6000 rpm)
  • Remi R24 centrifuge (maximum speed – 16000 rpm)
  • Rotary shaker (fixed speed 180 rpm)
  • Soxhlet Extractor
  • UV Spectrophotometer Shimadzu
  • Vacuum  pump
  • Vortex mixer
  • -20ºC Freezer

About the Department

VISTAS is well known for its Academic Excellence and other Infrastructure facilities. In the year 2009 M.Sc. Bioinformatics was started followed by M.Phil.& PhD Bioinformatics. Later in the year 2013, B.Sc. Biocomputing was started. The Department of Bioinformatics comes under School of Life Science. The department has the well-equipped lab consisting of latest IBM machines loaded which complete Bioinformatics Workbench are coupled with high speed Broad band connections, enabling effective use of biological software for research purposes. This programme develops the computational and analytical understanding necessary as a platform for processing biological data. The course also demonstrates applications and worked examples in the fields of Bioinformatics and System Biology, integrating with student involvement through project work. Job prospects are available in all sectors of Biotechnology, Pharmaceutical, Biomedical-Science Industries, Hospitals and IT- Companies. Employment prospects are excellent and appear to be relatively independent of economic conditions.

Vision & Mission

Vision

The Vision of Department of Bioinformatics is to provide the best education and training for students to prepare them for professional research careers in biological sciences as well as software industry. The Department plans to produce eminent scientists in the field of Bioinformatics.

Mission

To facilitate, conduct and organize research work by teams comprised of core groups leading to inventions and to cooperate to meet this end and also to work acquiring the patents of such inventions. With its strong commitment to education, the department expects its graduates to have acquired solid subject knowledge and laboratory skills in the field of Bioinformatics upon their graduation. In addition, with our innovative curriculum, the graduates are also expected to possess all-round competence in IT technology, information gathering and synthesis, critical thinking, efficient oral and written communication, and teamwork spirit and capability so that their career prospects go beyond the field of life sciences.

List of Courses

  • Ph.D
  • M. Phil 
  • M.Sc Bioinformatics
  • B.Sc Biocomputing

Features of the department

Well-equipped state-of-the-art laboratory with Air-conditioned computer lab & with latest IBM machines loaded which complete bioinformatics workbench coupled with high speed Broad band internet connection, enabling effective use of biological software for research purposes.

Objective/Thrust Area of the programs

Bioinformatics is the science of developing computer databases and algorithms for the purpose of speeding up and enhancing biological research. The Department of Bioinformatics was started to facilitate teaching and research in the interdisciplinary areas of Structural Bioinformatics and Computational Genomics, and to create an intellectual environment for interdisciplinary education and training. The Department is comprised of well experienced faculty members with research interests and expertise in Structural Biology, Molecular Modeling, Computer Aided Drug Design, Pharmacogenomics, Cheminformatics, Molecular Biology, Genetic Engineering, Genomics, Proteomics, Bio-computing, Database & Software development. Moreover, – students can access hundreds of scientific journals on their lab desktop, subscribed by the university, which is essential for project work and subsequent Publication.

Faculty-Student Ratio:  25:1

Entry Requirements

B.Sc Biocomputing: Candidates for admission to the first year of Bachelor of Biocomputing shall be required to be qualifying +2 or equivalent examination with Biology or computer science background other than arts conducted by government of Tamilnadu or an examination accepted as equivalent thereof by the syndicate of VISTAS.

M.Sc. Bioinformatics: Candidates for admission to the first year of Master of Bioinformatics shall be required to hold a Bachelor’s Degree in Science in the disciplines of Genetics, Biochemistry, Biotechnology, Physics, Chemistry, Computer Science, Botany, Zoology, Microbiology, Mathematics, Statistics, Nutrition, Foodservice and Management & Dietetics, Agriculture, B.E./B. Tech (Biotech), B.V.Sc, MBBS, BDS, B. Pharm, BPT &amp, BCA from this University, or an equivalent examination of some other University, accepted by the Syndicate as equivalent thereto and they shall be permitted to appear and qualify for the M.Sc. Bioinformatics Degree examination of this University after a course of two academic years in an affiliated college of this University.

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

About the Department

The Department of Microbiology is one of the oldest departments, established in 1993 and was integrated into the School of Life Sciences, VELS University during 2008. The department offers B.Sc. Microbiology and a novel job-oriented course, M.Sc. Immunology and Microbiology in addition to M.Phil. and Ph.D. programmes in research. The syllabus of these programmes is fortified with the latest developments to facilitate easy employability. The curriculum is based on Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) providing academic flexibility with Core and Elective courses enabling student community to prefer their electives of interest. Priority is also given to enhance the research ability among students and motivate them to become future scientists in the form of training/internship, group projects and dissertation works. This practice improves the analytical skill and logical reasoning of the student. Developing entrepreneurship skills among students is another priority given by the department. The department provides hands-on experience in microbiological techniques through two common  laboratories and one research laboratory, equipped with basic and modern equipments such as PCR, Gel Documentation, ELISA Reader, Cooling Centrifuge, BOD etc.

The department comprises of dedicated, experienced and qualified faculty members with teaching and research proficiency. In addition to teaching, faculty members are actively engaged in research by applying and carrying out funded projects.  Faculty members also have research publications of their research findings in reputed indexed journals. The thrust areas of research include Marine Bio products, Applied Immunology, Plant- Microbe Interactions, Molecular drug resistance mechanisms, Molecular interactions in biofilms, Medical and Applied Mycology, Bio-nanomaterials etc.

The department has organized many conferences/seminars/workshops/guest lectures for the benefit of the student community in providing opportunity to interact with scientists and delegates from other universities and industries.  Students are also encouraged to participate/present their research findings in International and National Conferences. The department is also actively linking up with industries of high repute in terms of short-term training and student projects. The department has signed an  MoU with Asian Enviro Labs for training of students. The alumni of the department are well placed in government and non-government sectors. The department along with a well functioning placement cell enables students to get good placements in healthcare, food, dairy, pharmaceutical industries. Overall, the department provides conducive environment to foster research led academic programs enabling students to be professionally competent.

Vision & Mission

Vision of the Department

To produce graduates with relevant education descriptors and hands-on skills in microbiology and related areas of life sciences plus holistic development of individuals that makes them responsible citizens of society.

Mission of the Department

• Imparting relevant knowledge and creating an atmosphere to develop innovative and critical thinking.
• Skill enhancement through hands-on training and value-added courses plus add on courses.
• Sustained focus on original high quality research encouraging scientific thinking and approach.
• Creating an environment for holistic development of individuals with emphasis on spirit of integrity, equity, professional ethics and social harmony through the exposure and participation in co-curricular, extracurricular and extension activities.

Programmes Offered

  • B.Sc MICROBIOLOGY 
  • M.Sc IMMUNOLOGY & MICROBIOLOGY, 
  • M.Phil, Ph.D

 

Faculty-Student Ratio:  1: 20

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)

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.

Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEO)

PEO1: To provide the graduates with knowledge in microbiology and an overview of the processes that employ or deal with microbes that enables them to handle the safe and efficient use of microbiological applications with development of competence on par with global standards and helps the graduates for life-long learning.

PEO2 To prepare graduates by imparting skills to use technological developments related to current and advanced areas involving molecular diagnostics, immunotechnolgy, mass cultivation of microbes, downstream processing and nanotechnology with scope for upskilling in all potential future technologies so as to contribute effectively for Research & Development leading to patenting and publishing.

PEO3: To train graduates to choose a decent career option either as Entrepreneur or having a high degree of employability; or pursue higher education – by empowering students with basic interpersonal skills, ability to handle critical situations allowing them to be good team members as well as training to excel in competitive examinations.

PEO4: To impart a strong sense of social responsibility with awareness of professional and societal ethical values and scope to develop leadership capabilities.

PEO5 : To establish an environment that accentuates the requirement to fulfil life-long learning for the overall development of self and society at large.

Program Educational Objectives (PEO)

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEO)

PEO-1: An ability to develop the practical knowledge related to Life science, Computer science and information technology in an interdisciplinary manner for providing innovative ideas to solve the biological problems and promote the research globally.

PEO-2: The extraordinary skills to analyze the scientific big data, create a novel objective, implement methodology to derive a key finding and apply this knowledge for welfare of society. Students should be able to develop as computational expert and follow the ethical rules on areas related to Life sciences and Bioinformatics.

PEO-3: Develop as a resource person with interdisciplinary knowledge who can finish the advance tasks related to biology and computer science in a challenging scientific environment.

PEO-4: Update knowledge on programming and database development on biological data and information and help the scientific research community.

PEO-5: U.G. program and its knowledge give confidence to the students and shine in the booming bioinformatics careers related to academics, research and development and industry.

Program Educational Objectives (PEO)

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEO)

PEO-1: Describe the basis of biology, computer science and information technology and develop as a key expertise in applications of bioinformatics.

PEO-2: An extra-ordinary ability to gain practical knowledge and keen in developing a successful career in academia, R&D institutes and industrial sector.

PEO-3: Possess a high-level knowledge in comparing and analyze the best programming language, database and software to implement and support the critical biological challenges.

PEO-4: Promoting the bioinformatics hardcore research and support the experimental scientist in the hypothesis and mechanism related to biology.

PEO-5: Will address the increasing need for skilled computer expert in maintaining and analyze the biological resource and big data and contribute globally.

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.

Program Educational Objectives (PEO)

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEO)

PEO-1:  An ability to relate fundamental knowledge related to pure sciences in aninterdisciplinary manner for providing innovative ideas to solve problems having global impact.

PEO-2: An ability to critically analyze scientific data, draw objective conclusions and applythis knowledge for human welfare. Students should be able to demonstrate expertise and ethical perspectiveon areas related to Biochemistry.

PEO-3: After completion of the program the students are well poised to pursue careers in academic, research   and industry in the areas of pharmaceutical and biotechnology.

PEO-4:  Life-long learning to retain and build on scientific skills and use them to updateknowledge and apply them in day to day life.

PEO-5: Understanding and Disciplinary knowledge of biochemistry, structure, function of biological molecules and its mechanisms.

 

Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEOs)

The Programme Educational Objectives of the M.Sc. in Immunology & Microbiology
programme at VISTAS are given below and are numbered from PEO1 to PEO4.

PEO 1: To provide the candidates with in-depth knowledge in immunology and microbiology and a firm grasp of the processes that employ or deal with microbes plus adept use of immunological techniques in relevant technologies that empowers them to deal with the safe and efficient use and monitoring of microbiological and immunological applications with development of competence on par with global standards and helps in the life-long learning of candidates.

PEO 2: To enable candidates by imparting updated analytical and hands-on skills to use and implement technological developments related to advanced and potential areas involving molecular diagnostics, automated systems of diagnosis, immunoblotting technology, upstream or downstream processing and nanotechnology with scope for upskilling upto future technologies so as to contribute effectively for Research & Development leading to patenting and publishing.

PEO 3: To train candidates to choose a decent career option either as Entrepreneur or having a high degree of employability; or pursue research – by providing training in interpersonal skills, sense of social responsibility, ethical and administrative acumen, ability to handle critical situations allowing them to be good team members and leaders as well as training to excel in competitive examinations.

PEO 4: To impart a strong sense of social responsibility with awareness of professional and societal ethical values and scope to develop leadership capabilities with the continuous need for lifelong learning.

Program Outcomes (PO) & Program Specific Outcome (PSO)

PROGRAM OUTCOMES (PO)

PO1- Microbiology knowledge: Graduates will acquire microbiology specific knowledge including molecular biology, immunology and rDNA technology 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 microbiological protocols.

PO3- Design/development of solutions: Graduates will develop creative thinking and cooperate with each other to solve problems in the field of 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: Microbiology skills: The ability to understand the basic concepts related to the relevant fields of microbiology which will enable them to analyse and develop solutions to microbiology related problems.

PSO2: Microbiology related employability skills: The ability to use the acquired hands-on skills in microbiology, molecular biology, immunology, medical microbiology and screening for useful biomolecules within employment areas.

 PSO3: Successful Career and Entrepreneurship:  The ability to gainfully become an entrepreneur by using microorganisms to produce biofertilizers, mushrooms and pharmaceutically important biomolecules as well as using practical hands-on training to become employed in diagnostic, industrial, pharmaceutical, food and research and development laboratories.

 

Program Outcomes (PO) & Program Specific Outcome (PSO)

PROGRAM 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.

PROGRAM SPECIFIC OUTCOME (PSO)

PSO1:    An ability to acquire in-depth theoretical and practical knowledge of Biochemistry and theability to apply the acquired knowledge to provide cost efficient solutions in Biochemistry.

PSO2:   An ability to properly understand the technical aspects of existing technologies that help in addressing the biological and medical challenges faced by humankind.

PSO3:    An ability to translate knowledge of Biochemistry to address environmental, intellectual, societal and ethical issues through case studies presented in the class.

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

PROGRAM OUTCOME (PO)

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)

The overall outcome of graduates specific to M.Sc. in Immunology & Microbiology programme at VISTAS can be summarized as:

 

PSO 1: The ability to understand, implement and troubleshoot the concepts related to the fields of microbiology and immunology which will enable them to analyse and develop solutions to microbiology, immunology and rDNA related problems using knowledge and hands-on skills in microbiology, molecular identification, immunodiagnostics, screening for useful biomolecules and nanotechnology in the interpretation of data in relevant protocols.

PSO 2: The ability to gainfully become an entrepreneur by using microorganisms to mass produce biofertilizers, mushrooms or any other edible forms of SCP, fermented products and pharmaceutically important biomolecules as well as using knowledge, communication and practical hands-on training to become employed in diagnostic, industrial, pharmaceutical, food and research and development laboratories.

PSO 3: The ability to understand the principles and concepts underlying immunology and microbiology, including the interactions between microorganisms and the immune system and to Possess proficient laboratory skills in techniques relevant to immunology and microbiology, including culturing microorganisms, performing immunological assays, and molecular biology techniques such as PCR and sequencing etc.,

PSO 4: The ability to critically analyze the research in Immunology and Microbiology and to evaluate experimental design, methodology and interpretation of results and to understand the regulation of immune responses which includes the roles of different immune cells, cytokines and signaling pathways in health and disease.

PSO 5: For the effective scientific communication and to relate microbes and their role in ecosystem and public health research with wide opportunities and career prospects.

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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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/weekMaximum Marks
Code No.CourseLectureTutorialPracticalCreditsCASEETotal
SEMESTER 3
LANGTamil III/ Hindi III/ French III 30034060100
ENGEnglish – III30034060100
CORE 7Introduction to Environmental Microbiology40044060100
CORE 8Basic Food Microbiology30244060100
CORE 9Introduction to Virology40044060100
AECCEnvironmental Studies20024060100
COREPractical in Environmental microbiology00424060100
SECSoft Skills - II / Sector Skill Council Course20024060100
SECSwayam / NPTEL / Value Added Course-------
Total210624

 

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Programme Outcomes (PO) & Programme Specific Outcome (PSO)

PROGRAM OUTCOME (PO)

PO-1: Graduates will be able to develop, analyse, solve and troubleshoot biological problems in implementation of bioinformatics protocols and Information technology for the successful career.

PO-2: Environment sustainability and Ethics: Graduates will get adequate knowledge to use information and implement the evolving technology in Bioinformatics to find the solutions for environmental protection and remediation.

PO-3: Modern tool usage and communication: Graduates will effectively be able to manage the scientific task by utilizing the big data resources and retrieve and solve the biological problems effectively.

PO-4: Analysis of biological data: Graduates will be well versed in handling the biological data from the different database available online and the Maintenance of biological data by implementing using computer programming.

PO-5: Graduates will acquire self- reliance in handling Biocomputing techniques and able to interpret, analyze the biological data and execute experimental techniques independently.

Programme Specific Outcome (Pso)

The B.Sc. program (Biocomputing) at VISTAS has documented measurable outcomes that are based on the needs of the programme’s stakeholders. The programme specific outcomes that the department presently adapts to future graduates are as follows:

PSO-1: The primary goal is to make the students to understand biological concepts.

PSO-2: To acquire knowledge on the basics of computer and the principles of programming languages.

PSO-3: To understand the levels of programming language and its application in various fields of biology.

PSO-4: To obtain the knowledge on basics in designing the webpage for a database as well as online tools and softwares.

PSO-5: To utilize the bioinformatics skill to venture in development of fields like pharmaceutical and biotechnological concerns.

Programme Outcomes (PO) & Programme Specific Outcome (PSO)

PROGRAM OUTCOME (PO)

  • PO-1: Life Sciences knowledge: Successful candidates will acquire current/recent specific knowledge in the respective discipline with proficiency in practical skills and leadership skills for a successful career.
  • PO-2: Problem analysis: Successful candidates will be able to analyse, design standards, resolve and troubleshoot problems in implementation or standardization of Life sciences protocols.
  • PO-3: Design/development of solutions: Successful candidates will develop creative and cognitive thinking and cooperate with each other to solve problems in the field of Life sciences.
  • PO-4: Conduct investigations of Practical problems: Successful candidates will acquire capabilities to plan and design protocols and utilize practical skills.
  • PO-5: Conduct investigations of experimental problems: To validate hypothesis by executing experimental techniques independently coupled with the ability to assimilate, analyse, interpret and accurately evaluate subsequent data.
  • PO-6: Modern tool usage: Successful candidates will effectively be able to manage resources and time using ICT and other computer enabled devices.
  • PO-7: Ethics: Successful candidates will be aware of their role and responsibility in handling and use of microbes including genetically modified microorganisms.
  • PO-8: Communication: Successful candidates will have the ability to understand and communicate all ideas and concepts effectively.
  • PO-9: Environment sustainability: Successful candidates will get adequate knowledge to use information and implement solutions for environmental protection, safeguards and remediation.

PROGRAMME SPECIFIC OUTCOME (PSO)

The M.Sc. programme Bioinformatics at VISTAS has documented measurable outcomes that are based on the needs of the programme’s stakeholders. The programme specific outcomes that the department presently adapts to are as follows:

PSO-1: The syllabus addresses the need to introduce students to new tools and application in bioinformatics.

PSO-2: The PG course helps every candidate to analysis the software for data studies and comparisons and provides tools for modelling, visualizing, exploring and interpreting data.

PSO-3: To access the wealth of data to answer questions relevant to the average biologist, and is highly hands-on.

PSO-4: The main goal of the M.sc Bioinformatics to convert multitude of complex data into useful information and knowledge.

PSO-5: The course is intended to describe not only with the programming languages but it covers the proteomics, genomics, cell and molecular biology, genetic engineering, biochemical pathways etc., relevant to the improvement and development of mankind and industrial application purposes.

 

Program Educational Objectives

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEOs)

PEO 1:To provide the candidates with in-depth knowledge in immunology and microbiology and afirm grasp of the processes that employ or deal with microbes plus adept use of immunological techniques in relevant technologies that empowers them to deal with the safeand efficient use and monitoring of microbiological and immunological applications with development of competence on par with global standards and helps in the life-long learningof candidates.

PEO 2:To enable candidates by imparting updated analytical and hands-on skills to use andimplement technological developments related to advanced and potential areas involving molecular diagnostics, automated systems of diagnosis, immunoblotting technology,upstream or downstream processing and nanotechnology with scope for upskilling upto future technologies so as to contribute effectively for Research & Development leading topatenting and publishing.

PEO 3:To train candidates to choose a decent career option either as Entrepreneur or having a high degree of employability; or pursue research – by providing training in interpersonal skills,sense of social responsibility, ethical and administrative acumen, ability to handle critical situations allowing them to be good team members and leaders as well as training to excel incompetitive examinations.

PEO 4:To impart a strong sense of social responsibility with awareness of professional and societal ethical values and scope to develop leadership capabilities with the continuous need for lifelong learning.

 

Curriculum & Syllabus

CURRICULUM & SYLLABUS

MINIMUM CREDITS TO BE EARNED: 140

Hours/WeekMaximum Marks
Code No. CourseLectureTutorialPracticalCreditsCASEETotal
SEMESTER 1
LANGTamil I/ Hindi / French 30034060100
ENGEnglish I30034060100
CORE1Biomolecule I31044060100
CORE2Basics of Nutrition31044060100
CORE3Human Physiology40044060100
COREPRACTICAL1 - Qualitative analysis of Biomolecules00424060100
COREPRACTICAL 2- Nutritional Biochemistry00424060100
AECCCommunication Skills10224060100
SECOrientation/Inducton programme / Life skills-------
Total1721024

 

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CURRICULUM & SYLLABUS

MINIMUM CREDITS TO BE EARNED: 90

Hours/WeekMaximum Marks
Code No. CourseLectureTutorialPracticalCreditsCASEETotal
SEMESTER 1
CoreCore 1 – Chemistry of Biomolecules40044060100
CoreCore 2- Advanced
Instrumental
techniques
40044060100
CoreCore 3 – Cellular
Biochemistry
30244060100
CoreCore 4 – Biochemistry
& Instrumentation
00424060100
DSE DSE 140044060100
DSE DSE 240044060100
SEC Soft Skill 1/
Sector Skill Course
20024060100
Total210624

 

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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.

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 Micro-Biology3 Years (6 Semesters)A pass in higher secondary with Physics, Chemistry, Biology/ Botany/ Zoology/ Vocational – Agriculture or any Life SciencesMerit based on the percentage of marks secured in the qualifying examination

Programme Outcomes & Programme Specific Outcomes

PROGRAM OUTCOME (PO)

PO-1: Life Sciences knowledge: Successful candidates will apply current/recent specific knowledge in the respective discipline with proficiency in practical skills and leadership skills for a successful career.

PO-2: Problem analysis: Successful candidates will be able to apply the knowledge in microbiology to design standards, resolve and troubleshoot problems in implementation or standardization of protocols.

PO-3: Design/development of solutions: Successful candidates will develop creative and cognitive thinking and cooperate with each other to solve problems in the field of Life sciences.

PO-4: Conduct investigations of complex problems: Successful candidates will acquire capabilities to plan and design protocols and utilize practical skills to validate hypothesis by executing experimental techniques independently coupled with the ability to assimilate, apply, analyze, interpret and accurately evaluate subsequent data.

PO-5: Modern tool usage: Successful candidates will effectively be able to choose and manage resources including time using ICT and other computer enabled devices.

PO-6: Ethics: Successful candidates will be aware of their role and responsibility in proper handling, use and safe disposal of microbes including genetically modified microorganisms.

PO-7: Communication: Successful candidates will have the ability to understand and communicate all ideas and concepts effectively.

PO-8: Environment sustainability: Successful candidates will get adequate knowledge to use information and implement solutions for environmental protection, safeguards and remediation.

PO-9: Lifelong learning: Successful candidates will carry on to learn, adapt and disseminate knowledge in a world of constantly evolving technology.

 

PROGRAMME SPECIFIC OUTCOMES (PSOs)

The overall outcome of graduates specific to M.Sc. in Immunology & Microbiology programme at VISTAS can be summarized as:

PSO 1:The ability to understand, implement and troubleshoot the concepts related to the fields ofmicrobiology and immunology which will enable them to analyse and develop solutions tomicrobiology, immunology and rDNA related problems using knowledge and hands-on skillsin microbiology, molecular identification, immunodiagnostics, screening for useful biomolecules and nanotechnology in the interpretation of data in relevant protocols.

PSO 2:The ability to gainfully become an entrepreneur by using microorganisms to mass producebiofertilizers, mushrooms or any other edible forms of SCP, fermented productsand pharmaceutically important biomolecules as well as using knowledge, communication andpractical hands-on training to become employed in diagnostic, industrial, pharmaceutical, food and research and development laboratories.

PSO 3:The ability to understand the principles and concepts underlying immunology and microbiology, including the interactions between microorganisms and the immune system and to Possess proficient laboratory skills in techniques relevant to immunology and microbiology, including culturing microorganisms, performing immunological assays, and molecular biology techniques such as PCR and sequencing etc.,

PSO 4:The ability to critically analyze the research in Immunology and Microbiology and to evaluate experimental design, methodology and interpretation of results and to understand the regulation of immune responses which includes the roles of different immune cells, cytokines and signaling pathways in health and disease.

PSO 5:For the effective scientific communication and to relate microbes and their role in ecosystem and public health research with wide opportunities and career prospects.

Curriculum & Syllabus

CURRICULUM & SYLLABUS

Hours/WeekMaximum Marks
Code No. CourseLectureTutorialPracticalCreditsCASEETotal
SEMESTER1
LANGTamil I/ Hindi I/ French I30034060100
ENGEnglish I30034060100
CORE1Basic of Computer, Algorithm
and Statistics
31044060100
CORE2Basic of Bioinformatics31044060100
CORE3Cell Biology and Biomolecules 40044060100
COREBasic Concepts and Algorithm in
Computer -Practical 1
00424060100
COREBasic concept of Bioinformatics
Practical 2
00424060100
AECCCommunication Skills10224060100
SECOrientation/Induction programme / Life skills-------
Total1721024

 

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CURRICULUM & SYLLABUS

MINIMUM CREDITS TO BE EARNED: 90

SEMESTER I
Hours/WeekMaximum Marks
Code No.CourseLectureTutorialPracticalCreditsCASEETotal
CORE 1Enzymes And Metabolisms40044060100
CORE 2Computer Programming in C and
C++
40044060100
CORE 3Introduction To Bioinformatics30244060100
COREPractical 2 – Bio programming in
C and C++
00424060100
DSE 1Genomics and Transcriptomics40044060100
DSE 2Proteomics: Principles
and Techniques
40044060100
SECSoft skill 1/Sector skill course20024060100
Total210624

 

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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

Eligibility Criteria

ProgramProgram Duration (Year)EligibilityCriteria for Merit
M.Sc Biochemistry2 Years (4 Semesters)Degree in Zoology, Botany, Biochemistry, Chemistry, Microbiology, Genetics, Biotechnology, Agriculture, Bio informatics, Nutrition & Dietetics and Life Sciences, BVSc., (10+2+3 pattern)Merit based on the 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

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

 

  • Clinical Laboratory Scientists
  • Food Scientists and Technologists
  • Immunologists
  • Mycologists
  • Parasitologists
  • Personal Care Product and Cosmetic Scientists and Technologists
  • Pharmaceutical Scientists and Technologists
  • Science Writers
  • Technical Support Specialists
  • Virologists
  • Water Quality Laboratory Technicians

Curriculum & Syllabus

CURRICULUM & SYLLABUS

MINIMUM CREDITS TO BE EARNED: 90

Hours/weekMaximum Marks
Code No.CourseLectureTutorialPracticalCreditsCASEETotal
SEMESTER 1
CORE 1 Cell Culture and Fermentation
Technology
40044060100
CORE 2Immunology40044060100
CORE 3General Microbiology 30244060100
COREPractical Immunology and
Systemic Bacteriology
00424060100
DSEMedical Bacteriology and
Virology
40044060100
DSEIndustrial Microbiology40044060100
SEC Soft Skill 1 20024060100
Total210624280420700

 

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Eligibility Criteria

ProgramProgram Duration (Year)EligibilityCriteria for Merit
B.Sc Bio Computing3 Years (6 Semesters)Pass in +2, or equivalent with Biological Science or Computing Science as one of the subjects along with Maths / Pure Science / Biochemistry / Microbiology / Biotechnology / Computer Applications / Commerce with Computer Science / Commerce with Maths and + Vocational - Agriculture can be accepted as equivalent thereof by the syndicate of VISTAS.Merit based on the percentage of marks secured in the qualifying examination

Eligibility Criteria

ProgramProgram Duration (Year)EligibilityCriteria for Merit
M.Sc Bio-Informatics2 Years (4 Semesters)Degree in Genetics, Biology, Biochemistry, Biotech, Physics, Chemistry, Computer Science, Botany, Zoology, Microbiology, Mathematics, Statistics, Nutrition, Food Service, Management & Diatetics, Agriculture, Bioinformatics, B.E/ B.Tech (Biotech) B.V.Sc, MBBS, BDS, B.Pharm, BPT& BCA, BCA(Hons), B.Sc.(IT) (10+2+3) Pattern.
Merit based on the percentage of marks secured in the qualifying examination

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

 

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

Career Prospects

CAREER PROSPECTS

 

  • Academic Researcher
  • Analytical Chemist
  • Biomedical Scientist
  • Biotechnologist
  • Clinical Research Associate
  • Clinical Scientist, Biochemistry
  • Forensic Scientist
  • Nanotechnologist
  • Pharmacologist
  • Physician Associate
  • Research Scientist (Life Science)
  • Scientific Laboratory Technician
  • Health and Safety Inspector
  • Medical Science Liaison
  • Neuroscientist
  • Patent Examiner
  • Science writer
  • Toxicologist

Career Prospects

CAREER PROSPECTS

 

  • Forensic scientist
  • Research analyst
  • Medical coder
  • Food safety analyst
  • Food inspector
  • Medical Representative
  • Quality control in R & D of pharma and biotech companies.

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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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Eligibility Criteria

ProgramProgram Duration (Year)EligibilityCriteria for Merit
M.Sc Immunology & Microbiology2 Years (4 Semesters)Degree in B.Sc., (Microbiology/ Biotechnology/ Biochemistry/ Bioinformatics/ Botany/ Zoology or any Biological Sciences)Merit based on the percentage of marks secured in the qualifying examination

Career Prospects

CAREER PROSPECTS

 

  • Software development
  • Bioinformatics Analyst
  • Clinical pharmacologist
  • Program Specialist
  • Computational Biologist
  • Database Designer and Maintenance: 
  • Bioinformatics Data Scientist-
  • Health care Associates
  • Clinical Data Developer
  • Cheminfomatician

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 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

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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

Career Prospects

CAREER PROSPECTS

 

  • Clinical Laboratory Scientists
  • Clinical or research laboratory manager
  • Biotechnologists
  • Biosafety officer
  • Food Scientists and Technologists
  • Immunologists
  • Teachers and Professors
  • Mycologists
  • Parasitologists
  • Personal Care Product and Cosmetic Scientists and Technologists
  • Pharmaceutical Scientists and Technologists
  • Research associate
  • Science Writers
  • Technical Support Specialists
  • Virologists
  • Water Quality Laboratory Technicians

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Faculty of the Department

Sl. No.
Name of the Faculty
Designation
Educational Qualification
Area of Specialization
Experience in Years
Vidwan IDPhotos
1Dr.AK.KathireshanProfessor & DirectorM.Sc., M.Phil., SLET, Ph.DMolecular Drug Resistance, Plant Microbiome and Bioprospecting of Marine Algae29 years 1 month234065
2Dr.Gayathri.GAssociate Professor & HeadM.Sc., M.Phil, SET, Ph.DMicrobial Biofilms, Nanomaterials, Immunotherapeutics25 years 2 months173799
3Dr.Suresh DhanarajAssociate ProfessorM.Sc.,M.Phil, Ph.D,NET.Microbial Nanotechnology, Fermentation Technology24 years 2 months290392
3Dr.Prabha.S.BAssistant ProfessorM.Sc., Ph.DApplied Microbiology8 years2 months234101
5Dr.Raj Yoganandh.S.VAssistant ProfessorM.Sc., Ph.DMycology, Antimicrobial resistance5years,0months234082
6Dr.Murugan.KAssistant ProfessorM.Sc, Ph.DBioremediation, Biodegradation, Waste water treatment using VBNC Bacteria1years,1months469422
7Dr.Sudharsan.KAssistant ProfessorM.Sc, Ph.DIndustrial microbiology, Biopolymer production7 years 10 months469400

Fee Structure

Tuition Fee 2024 - 2025 (Per Sem)Other Fee (Per Sem)
Total Fee 2024 - 2025 (Per Sem)
15,00013,00028,000

Fee Structure

Tuition Fee 2023 - 2024 (Per Sem)
Other Fee (Per Sem)
Total Fee 2024 - 2025 (Per Sem)
25,00020,00045,000

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

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Fee Structure

Tuition Fee 2024 - 2025 (Per Sem)Other Fee (Per Sem)
Total Fee 2024 - 2025 (Per Sem)
15,00013,00028,000

Faculty of the Department

Sl. No.
Name of the Faculty
Designation
Educational Qualification
Area of Specialization
Experience in Years
Vidwan IDPhotos
1Dr.Radha MahendranProfessor and HeadM.Sc., M.Tech., Ph.D.Structural Bioinformatics, Computer Aided Drug Designing, Molecular Genetics and Microbial Informatics20years,2months234080
2Dr.Priya.RAssistant ProfessorM.Sc.,Ph.DBiomedical Science, Structural Bioinformatics, Cheminformatics, Genetics, Nanoinformatics8 years 9 months290700
3Ms.Shanmugavani.SAssistant ProfessorM.Sc.,M.Phil.,(Ph.D)Molecular Biology, NanoTechnology, Genetics, rDNA Technology, Genomics and Proteomics, Programming in BioPython3 years294048
4Dr.Senthil.RAssistant ProfessorM.Sc.,M.Phil.,Ph.DProtein Folding and aggregation , Genomics, Big Data Analysis,16 years 2 months415583
5Dr.Kiresee Saghana.P.RAssistant ProfessorM.Sc.,M.Phil.,Ph.DMolecular Modelling, Drug Designing,Genomics and Proteomics, Big Data Analysis, Programming in BioPERL, Biophython, R-Programming,4 years 2 months480699

Fee Structure

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

Fee Structure

Tuition Fee 2024 - 2025 (Per Sem)Other Fee (Per Sem)
Total Fee 2024 - 2025 (Per Sem)
20,00020,00040,000

Faculty of the Department

Sl. No.
Name of the Faculty
Designation
Educational Qualification
Area of Specialization
Experience in Years
Vidwan IDPhotos
1Dr.Usharani.BAssociate Professor and HODM.Sc., M.Phil, Ph.DDiabetes, Cancer Biology19 years 2 months232684
2Dr.Padmini.RAssociate Professor M.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.D.Cancer Biology, Nanoscience, pharmacology12 years 3 months232529
3Dr.C.ShobanaAssociate ProfessorM.Sc., Ph.DNeuroscience, Parkinson’s disease, Alzhiemer’s disease, Cardiovascular diseases.12 years 1 month232492
4Dr.Vidya.RAssistant ProfessorM.Sc., M.Phil, Ph.DPhytotherapeutics, Nanobiotechnology, Clinical Biochemistry and Cancer biology9 years 8 months250258
5Dr.Amudha.PAssistant ProfessorM.Sc., M.Phil, Ph.DSeagrass, Phytochemicals, Nanotechnology & Cancer Biology9 years 1 month173368
6Dr.Rohini.DAssistant ProfessorM.Sc.,M.Phil,Ph.DNeurodegenerative diseases, Obesity, Rheumatoid Arthritis2 years 8 months367575

Faculty of the Department

Sl. No.
Name of the Faculty
Designation
Educational Qualification
Area of Specialization
Experience in Years
Vidwan IDPhotos
1Dr.Usharani.BAssociate Professor and HODM.Sc., M.Phil, Ph.DDiabetes, Cancer Biology19 years 2 months232684
2Dr.Padmini.RAssociate Professor M.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.D.Cancer Biology, Nanoscience, pharmacology12 years 3 months232529
3Dr.C.ShobanaAssociate ProfessorM.Sc., Ph.DNeuroscience, Parkinson’s disease, Alzhiemer’s disease, Cardiovascular diseases.12 years 1 month232492
4Dr.Vidya.RAssistant ProfessorM.Sc., M.Phil, Ph.DPhytotherapeutics, Nanobiotechnology, Clinical Biochemistry and Cancer biology9 years 8 months250258
5Dr.Amudha.PAssistant ProfessorM.Sc., M.Phil, Ph.DSeagrass, Phytochemicals, Nanotechnology & Cancer Biology9 years 1 month173368
6Dr.Rohini.DAssistant ProfessorM.Sc.,M.Phil,Ph.DNeurodegenerative diseases, Obesity, Rheumatoid Arthritis2 years 8 months367575

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,