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The Evolution of a State Level Technical Symposium


Sir Chandrasekhara Venkata Raman was an Indian physicist born in the former Madras Province in India presently the state of Tamil Nadu, who carried out ground-breaking work in the field of light ...


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We are committed to value based Education, Research and Consultancy in Engineering and Management and to bring out technically competent, ethically strong and quality professionals to keep our Nation ahead in the competitive knowledge intensive world.

"The School of Science and Humanities"

The School of Science and Humanities ( earlier Department of Science and Humanities ) had been celebrating Science Day in commemoration of the National Science Day each year to mark the discovery of the Raman effect by Indian physicist Sir Chandrasekhara Venkata Raman , under the auspices of the Science Club of the Department. In this connection an event named POLYGON was held every year during which many contests like Paper Presentation, Quiz and Debate were conducted to hone the communication skills and enhance the general awareness of the students. The competitions were conducted not only for our students but also the students of other colleges statewide.

"Scientium The Past"

Later for a brief period from 2007 to 2010 the competitions were confined only to our students. Once again from the academic year 2011 to 2012 onwards the event was renamed as "Scientium" an aptly coined word to celebrate Science Day. In the year 2011 to 2012 all competitions such as Paper Presentation in the subject English, Maths, Physics and Chemistry, Quiz and Debate in English were conducted for students of our college as well as students of other colleges statewide. We used to have an overwhelming response from other institutions. Hence we had to restrict the competitions to due to lack of time. So for the past two years only paper presentation competition in all the four subjects is conducted for the benefit of our students as well as students from outside. The programme has been very successful in bringing out the latent talent of the budding engineers. The students are greatly benefitted in taking part in the competitions and also in the organization of the programme.

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  • Mathematics

    Assistant Professor (Sr.G)

    Contact no : 9842740601

  • Chemistry

    Dr.S. Sathish Kumar
    Assistant Professor

    Contact no : 9942810199

  • Physics

    Assistant Professor

    Contact no : 8973306570

  • English

    Ms. G.Chitra
    Assistant Professor (Sr.G)

    Contact no : 8122940312