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College

Administration 2 There are three committees responsible for management and administration of the college each having different roles. 

Management Committee

Governing Council

Technical Advisory Committee

All major decisions concerning the College are taken by the Managing Committee, which is guided by the Governing Council constituted as per the AICTE norms consisting of eminent personalities in technical education and administration.

2.1 Management Committee Haji. M. Abdul Majedu Chairman

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Mr. M.A. Mohamed Nizam

Mrs. M.A. Saburnisa

Secretary

Trustee

Dr. M.A. Maluk Mohamed

Mrs. M.A. Fathima

Trustee

Trustee

Mr. M.A. Peer Mohamed

Dr. M.A. Mohamed Niaz

Trustee

Trustee

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2.2 Governing Council

CHAIRMAN

(Constituted as per AICTE norms)

Dr. S. Sathikh Former Vice Chancellor

GOVERNING COUNCIL MEMBERS

University Of Madras

Mr.M.A.Mohamed Nizam

Mr.M.Sheik Mansoor

Secretary& Correspondent

Managing Director

MAM College of Engineering

MSM Associates

Mr.M.A.Peer Mohamed Treasurer MAM College of Engineering

Dr.P.V.Mohan Ram Dean,Prof & Head/Mechanical Engg.Dept PSG College of Technology

The Regional Officer Southern Regional Office AICTE

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Dr.V.Gopalakrishnan Director MAM Group of Institutions

The Commissioner of Technical Education Guindy Chennai

Mr.T.E.S. Fathur Rabbani Propreitor M/s Syed Beedi

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GOVERNING COUNCIL MEMBERS

Dr.M.Ponnavaikko

Mr.K.G.Muralidharan

Vice Chancellor

Managing Director

SRM University

GK Industrial Park Private Limited

Mr.S.Ananthakrishnan

Mr.P.Nainar

Managing Director

General Manager/HR

CEEYES Metal Reclamation Private Limited

BHEL

Dr.N.Baskar

Mr.V.Pugazhenthi

Prof & Head

Associate Professor

Dept. Of Mechanical Engineering

Dept. Of CSE.

M.A.M.C.E, Tiruchirappalli

M.A.M.C.E, Tiruchirappalli

MEMBER SECRETARY Dr.M.A.Maluk Mohamed Principal MAM College of Engineering

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2.3 Technical Advisory Committee

Dr.Anajaneyalu Pasala Senior Research Scientist Software and Technology lab Infosys Technologies Ltd Bangalore

Dr.V.Gopalakrishnan Former Executive Director BHEL & Director - M.A.M. Group of Institution Tiruchirappalli

Mr.N.Gopalaswamy Director Dalmia Cements (Bharat) Ltd Dalmiapuram

Dr.P.Asokan Prof & Head Department of Production Engg NIT Tiruchirappalli

Dr.M.Ponnavaikko Vice Chancellor SRM University Chennai

Dr.S.Sathikh Former Vice Chancellor University Of Madras

Mr.J.Sujith Kumar Head –Human Resources Infosys Technologies Ltd Chennai

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2.4

Staff Council The College Staff Council consists of the Director / Principal, Heads of the Departments and Professors and it helps the day-to-day administration.

2.5 Cells & Committees The following are the committees that help to enhance and monitor the performance of the students. 1. Academic Cell 2. Disciplinary Committee 3. Attendance Cell 4. Library Committee 5. Sports & Games Committee 6. Fine Arts Committee 7. Public Relations Committee 8. Examination Cell 9. Faculty/ Staff Selection Committee 10. Computer Services Internet Cell 11. Placement Services Cell 12. Purchase Committee 13. Budget Committee 14. Hostel Committee 15. Transport Committee 16. Campus Maintenance Committee 17. I Semester Co-ordination Committee 18. NSS, Rotaract & Other Clubs 19. Faculty Development 20. Expansion Activities Committee 13

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Administration (ACADEMIC) 2.6

Chief Advisor Secretary & Correspondent Director

Dr.S.Sathikh Former Vice Chancellor University of Madras

Mr.M.A.Mohamed Nizam Dr. V.Gopalakrishnan Former Executive Director, BHEL Tiruchirappalli

Principal

Dr.M.A.Maluk Mohamed

All HODs

Administration (General/Office) 2.7

Chief Advisor Secretary & Correspondent Director

Dr.S.Sathikh Former Vice Chancellor University of Madras

Mr.M.A.Mohamed Nizam Dr. V.Gopalakrishnan Former Executive Director, BHEL Tiruchirappalli

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Principal

Dr.M.A.Maluk Mohamed

Treasurer

Mr.M.A.Peer Mohamed

Administrative Officer

Ms.T.Nancy Jeeva

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2.8 Grievance Redress Committee

Grievances related to hostel, sexual harassment, discrimination based on religion, race or sex may be discussed with the respective teacher guardian/director student affairs /warden /chief warden or principal directly. Students are assured that every case will be dealt with the attention required .grievances pertaining to the administrative delay may be brought to the notice of the principal in the administrative office of the college. Members nominated by the principal

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Name

Category

Profession

Mrs.Rani Muralidharan

Outside Activitist

Chairman,CII -Trichy

Dr.Mohideen Ibramsha

Dean – R &D

Dean and Prof./IT

Dr.M.Shanmugavalli

Lady member

Prof./EIE

M.Shanmugapriya

Senior Lady Member

Prof./ECE

T.Nancy Jeeva

Lady Member

Administrative Officer

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ACADEMIC PROGRAMMES UNDER GRADUATE PROGRAMMES

SANCTIONED INTAKE

B.E. Computer Science and Engineering*

180

B.E. Electronics and Communication Engineering*

180

B.E. Electrical and Electronics Engineering*

120

B.E. Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering *

060

B.E. Mechanical Engineering*

180

B. Tech. Information Technology*

060

B.E. Civil Engineering

060

*Accredited by the National Board of Accreditation (NBA -AICTE) POST GRADUATE PROGRAMMES

SANCTIONED INTAKE

MBA Master of Business Administration

060

MCA Master of Computer Applications

060

M.E. Computer Science & Engineering

036

M.E. Manufacturing Engineering

018

M.E. Power Electronics & Drives

018

M.Tech. Information Technology

018

M.E. Environmental Science & Engineering

018

M.E. Electronics and Communication Engineering

018

Currently the sanctioned annual intake is 1068 and we have more than 3500 students. Admissions to the courses are made in accordance with the norms laid down by the Government of Tamilnadu, Anna University and AICTE. The admission is made at 1st year level for the students who passed +2 examinations and for the diploma holders. In the 3rd Semester under lateral entry, we also admit the diploma holders and B.Sc. graduates to an extent of 20% of the sanctioned intake. The eligibility for

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DIRECTOR

director@mamce.org He attained Doctorate from Bharathidasan University, Tiruchirappalli, Master’s degree in Power Plant Equipment from REC, Trichy and Bachelor’s in Mechanical Engineering in IIT Madras, Chennai. He was Graduate Apprentice to Additional General Manager, BHEL High Pressure Boiler Plant for 27 years and General Manager for 5 years added he was promoted to Chief Executive (Executive Director), BHEL’s Trichy Complex .He has 5 years of experience in Educational institutions as Professor cum Principal.

PRINCIPAL

principal@mamce.org He obtained Doctorate from IIT Madras, Master’s degree in Computer Science and Engineering from REC, Trichy and Bachelor’s in Electronics and Communication Engineering in Bharathidasan University. He has 20 years of teaching experience. He is a Member of Board of Studies (Faculty of Information and Communication Engineering), Anna University, Chennai, since April 2013 and Regional Student Coordinator on Computer Society of India since April 2013. He was a Former Syndicate Member, Anna University Tiruchirappalli. He is a Member of CII National Committee for Higher Education, since July 2011 and Convener, CII Tiruchirappalli Education Panel, since May 2011.

DEAN

dean_rd@mamce.org

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He acquired Doctorate and Master’s degree from IIT Kanpur and Bachelor’s in Electrical Engineering in University of Madras. He has 41 years of teaching experience .He is a member in College Curriculum Committee, Framingham State College. He supervised many Ph.D. Thesis. He was the First Computer Ph.D. of IIT Kanpur straight after B.E., based on excellent performance in first year of M.Tech. He is the Manager of Mohi-Al-Deen Technologies, LLC, Salisbury, MD, USA since 2003. During the year 1984 he joined as a Professor in Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), New Delhi, India (First to be promoted without attending the interview in person in IIT New Delhi.)

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CSE

4. Faculty List Department of

Computer Science Engineering Prof. S.Ravimaran B.E.,M.E.,(Ph.D)., Professor & Head hodcse@mamce.org He obtained his M.E. degree in Computer and communication from Anna

Universtiy, Chennai during 2002-2004 and B.E degree in Computer Science and Engineering from Regional Engineering College, Trichy in the year 1993-1996. He has submitted his Ph.D thesis to Anna University for final evaluation. He is currently a professor and Head in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering in this college, where he heads and coordinates the academic activities and research activities in Mobile Cloud Environment. His current research focus is on building large scale transaction management system over the mobile cloud platform. He is currently the executive member of Computer Society of India. He has guided 15 M.E projects. He has 17 years of Teaching experience and 6 years of industrial experience in various domains. He is the Co-Ordinator for conducting various activities such as Oracle WDP, ICTACT Skilledge, Oracle Sun Java, and Infosys Campus connect etc.,. He is also the coordinator for academic cell of the college for preparing and implementing various academic related events. S.NO.

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NAME OF THE STAFF

QUALIFICATION

DESIGNATION

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Dr. M.A. Maluk Mohamed

B.E., M.E. , Ph.D.,

Principal & Professor

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Prof. S. Ravimaran

B.E., M.E., (Ph.D.)

Prof. & HOD

3

Dr. S. Saravana Kumar

B.Sc., MCA., M.E., Ph.D.,

Professor

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Prof. M. Pandiyanathan

B.E., M.Tech., (Ph.D.)

Professor

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Mr. Shinu Mathew John

B.E..M.E., (Ph.D.)

Assoc. Prof.

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Mr. V. Pugazhenthi

B.E., M.E.,

Assoc. Prof.

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Mrs. R. Rajalakshmi

B.E., M.E.,

Assoc. Prof.

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Mr. A. N. Gnana Jeevan

B.E., M.E., (Ph.D.)

Assoc. Prof.

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Mr. A. Jahir Husain

M.C.A., M. Phil., M.E., (Ph.D.)

Assoc. Prof.

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Mrs. M. Subha

B.E., M.E.,

Assoc. Prof.

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Mrs. P. Shanthi

B.E.,M.E.,(Ph.D.)

Assoc. Prof.

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Mrs. M. Caroline Kayalvizhi

B.E., M.E.,

Assoc. Prof.

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Mrs. P. Valarmathi

B.E., M.Tech.,

Assoc. Prof.

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Mr. J. Naveen

M. Sc., M.E.,(Ph.D.)

Assoc. Prof.

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Mr. B. Udaya Balan

B.E., M.E.,

Assoc. Prof.

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Mrs. C. Aparna

B.E.,M.E.,

Assoc. Prof.

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Mrs. B. Komala Valli

B.E., M.E.

Assoc. Prof.

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Mrs. S. Nagasundari

B.E., M.Tech.,(Ph.D.)

Asst. Prof.

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Mrs. M. Aruna

B.E.,M.E.,

Asst. Prof.

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Mrs. Sheba Selvam

B. Tech., M.E.,(Ph.D.)

Asst. Prof.

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Mrs. L. Leena Mary

B.E., M.E.,

Asst. Prof.

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Ms. T. Niruba

B.E.,M.E.,

Asst. Prof.

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Mr. M. Saravanan

B.E.,M.E.,

Asst. Prof.

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Mr. Z. A. Feroze Ahamed

B.E., M.E.,

Asst. Prof.

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Ms. G. Kanimozhi

B.E., M.E.,

Asst. Prof.

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Mrs. M. Anitha

B.E., M.E.,

Asst. Prof.

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Ms. T. Abinaya

B.E., M.E.,

Asst. Prof.

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Mrs. R. Anitha

B.Tech., M.E.,

Asst. Prof.

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Mr. K. Ilango

B.E., MCA., M.E.,

Asst. Prof.

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Mr. T. Ramachandran

B.Tech., M.E.,

Asst. Prof.

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Ms. Ganga Naidu

B.E.,M.E.,

Asst. Prof.

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Mr. N. Jaani Francis

B.E.,

Asst. Prof.

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Ms. N.Sharanya

B.E.,M.E.,

Asst. Prof.

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Mr. M. Maragadhavallimeenakshi

B.E., M.E.,

Asst. Prof.

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Mrs. M. Sinthuja

B.Sc., MCA., M.Phil., M.E.,

Asst. Prof.

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Mrs. G. G. Lakshmi Priya

B.Sc., MCA., M.E., M.Phil.,

Asst. Prof.

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Ms. Archana

B.E.,M.E.,

Asst. Prof.

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Mr. G. Rajasekaran

B.E., M.E.,

Asst. Prof.

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Ms. C. Sivasathiya

B.E.,M.E.,

Asst. Prof.

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Mrs. P. Lakshmi

B.E., MBA., M.E.,

Asst. Prof.

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Mr. A. Abdul Khader

B.E., M.E.,

Asst. Prof.

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Ms. R. Pandeeswari

B. Tech.,M.E.,

Asst. Prof.

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Mr. S. Abdul Khader

B.E.,M.E.,

Asst. Prof.

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Mrs. T. Nancy Jeeva

B.E., M.E.,

Asst. Prof.

“Computer science is no more about computers than astronomy is about telescopes” - Edsger Dijkstra

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Department of

Electronics and Communication Engineering Dr.J.William B.E.,M.Tech., Ph.D., Professor & Head hod_ece@mamce.org He acquired Doctorate from Pondicherry central University and Master’s degree in

Communication system. He did Bachelor’s degree in ECE from Bharathidasan University. He has 8

years of Industrial experience and 13 years of teaching experience. He published 19 International reviewed journals. He has membership in various professional bodies like ISTE, IE, EURAAP and Institute of Electronics Information & Communication Engineering (JAPAN).His area of interest lies in Antennas and filter design, RF & Wireless design and Signal processing. He has three patents filled and he Organized and coordinated many symposiums and workshops for the benefit of student and faculty. He Has conducted various value added training regularly for the welfare of the students such as GD, PD, Quiz, Seminar presentation etc. S.NO.

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NAME OF THE STAFF

QUALIFICATION

DESIGNATION

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Dr. J. William

B.E., M.Tech., Ph.D.,

Professor

2

Mrs. M. Shanmugapriya

B.E., M.E., (Ph.D.)

Professor

3

Mr. R. Joshua Arul Kumar

B.E., M.Tech.,(Ph.D),

Professor

4

Dr. R. Ramesh

B.E., M.Tech., Ph.D.,

Assoc. Prof.

5

Mrs. Anetha Mary Soman

B.E., M.Tech.,

Assoc. Prof.

6

Mrs. G. Kalpanadevi

B.E., M.E.,(Ph.D.)

Assoc. Prof.

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Mrs. A. Anjana Devi

B.E., M.E.,(Ph.D.)

Assoc. Prof.

8

Mr. R. Karthick

B.E., M.E.,(Ph.D.)

Asst. Prof.

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Ms. V. Geetha

B.E., M.E.,

Asst. Prof.

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Mr. S. Shriram

B.E., M.Tech.,

Asst. Prof.

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Ms. Sugantha. A

B.E., M.E

Asst. Prof

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Mrs. M. Geetharani

B.E.,M.E.,

Asst. Prof.

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Mrs. P. Nithila

B.E., M.E.,

Asst. Prof.

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Ms. G. Revathi

B.E., M.E.,

Asst. Prof.

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Mr. P. Murugapandian

B.E., M.E.,

Asst. Prof.

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Mr. S. Sathishkumar

B.E., M.E.,

Asst. Prof.

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Ms. B. Jenefer Milkkal

B.E.,M.Tech.,

Asst. Prof.

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Mr. Muthukumar. A

B.E., M.E

Asst.Prof.

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Mr. R. Sudharsan

B.E., M.E.,

Asst. Prof.

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Mr. A. Sivaramkumar

B.E., M.Tech.,

Asst. Prof.

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Mr. Stanley Karunakaran. W

B.E., M.E

Asst. Prof

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Ms. Kavitha. K

B.E., M.E

Asst. Prof

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Mr. R. Madhan

B.E., M.E.,

Asst. Prof.

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Ms. V. Lakshmi Priya

B.E., M.E.,

Asst. Prof.

“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” - Nelson Mandela

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Electrical and Electronics Engineering Dr.S.Titus B.E.,M.E.,Ph.D., Professor & Head hod_eee@mamce.org

He attained his Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical and Electronics Engineering at Sathyabama Engineering College Chennai and Master’s degree in Power Electronics and Drives at Shanmuga Engineering College Tanjore. He pursued his Doctor of Philosophy in Power system Optimization at Anna University Chennai through Government College of Technology, Coimbatore. His research interests are power Electronics & Drives, Power System Optimization, and Renewable Energy sources (Wind & Solar). He has good teaching and research experience. He has conducted many AICTE funded research programme in the field of power Electronics Drives, wind Energy and Solar Photovoltaic cells. He has received two AICTE funded MODROBS and Three AICTE funded FDP projects so far. S.NO.

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NAME OF THE STAFF

QUALIFICATION

DESIGNATION

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Dr. S. Titus

B.E., M.E., Ph.D.,

Professor & HOD

2

Dr. S. Uma

AMIE., M.E., Ph.D.,

Professor

3

Dr. P. Palanivel

B.E., M. Sc., M.E., Ph.D.,

Professor

4

Mrs. G. Malathi

B.E., M.E., (Ph.D.),

Professor

5

Mrs. S. Rakkammal

B.E., M.E.,

Assoc. Prof.

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Mr. S. Rajasekaran

B.E.,M.E.,(Ph.D.),

Assoc. Prof.

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Mrs. V. Sivakami

B.E., M.E.,(Ph.D.)

Assoc. Prof.

8

Mrs. D. Jovina

B.E., M.E.,

Assoc. Prof.

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Mrs. S. Jeyasudha

B.E., M.E.,

Assoc. Prof.

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Mrs. K. Sobana

B.E., M.E.,

Assoc. Prof.

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Department of


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Mr. D. Suresh

B.E., M.E.,

Assoc. Prof.

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Mr. R. Selva Santhose Kumar

B.E., M.E.,(Ph.D.)

Asst. Prof.

13

Mr. N. Karthikeyan

B.E., M.E.,(Ph.D.)

Asst. Prof.

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Mr. R. Boopathi Raja

B.E., M.E.,

Asst. Prof.

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Mrs. K. Kirutheka

B.E., M.E.,

Asst. Prof.

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Ms. N. Rathika

B.E.,M.E.,

Asst. Prof.

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Ms. D. Sowmiya

B.E.,M.E.,

Asst. Prof.

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Ms. R. Punithavathy

B.E., M.E.,

Asst. Prof.

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Mr. B. Muruganandam

B.E., M.E.,

Asst. Prof.

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Mr. Jones Nirmal

B.E., M.E.,

Asst. Prof.

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Ms. M. Sarah Jennifer

B.E., M.E.,

Asst. Prof.

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Ms. K. Krithika

B.E.,M.E.,

Asst. Prof.

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Mr. K. Tamilselvam

B.E., M.E.,

Asst. Prof.

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Mr. V. Muthukumarasamy

B.E., M.E.,

Asst. Prof.

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Mrs. K. Jayalakshmi

B.E., M.E.,

Asst. Prof.

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Mrs. I. Joohi Naila

B.E., M.E.,

Asst. Prof.

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Mr. S. Rajarajacholan

B.E., M.E.,

Asst. Prof.

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Mrs. Lathifa Sulthana Noordeen

B.E., (M.E.),

Asst. Prof.

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Mr.S. Bharathkumar

B.E., M.E.,

Asst. Prof.

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Mr.S. Vigneshwaran

B.E., M.E.,

Asst. Prof.

“The mind is not a vessel to be filled, but a fire to be kindled.”

- Plutarch

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Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering Dr.M.Shanmugavalli Professor & Head

B.E.,M.E.,Ph.D.,

hod_eie@mamce.org

She did her Bachelor’s Degree at Shanmuga College of Engineering and Master’s degree and Doctorate from National Institute of Technology, Tiruchirappalli .She has 13 years of teaching experience and she is a Life member of the society of Institute of Smart materials, Structures and Systems, ISSS, India. She received many seminar grant from CSIR and got Career Award for Young Teachers (CAYT) from AICTE for the academic year 2012-13. She received Young Scientist Fellowship from Tamilnadu State Council for Science and Technology. She published in more than 5 International journals. S.NO.

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NAME OF THE STAFF

QUALIFICATION

DESIGNATION

1

Dr. M. Shanmugavalli

B.E., M.E., Ph.D.,

Professor

2

Mr.B. Muruganantham

B. Tech., M.E.,(Ph.D.)

Assoc. Prof.

3

Mrs. D. Mercy

B.E., M.Tech.,(Ph.D.)

Assoc. Prof.

4

Mr. E. Kalaiselvan

B.E., M.E.,(Ph.D.)

Assoc. Prof.

5

Mrs. H. Kiren Vedi

B.E., M.E.,(Ph.D.)

Assoc. Prof.

6

Mrs. K. Ghousiya Begum

B.E.,M.E.,(Ph.D.)

Assoc. Prof.

7

Mrs. S. Akila

B.E., M. Tech.,

Asst. Prof.

8

Ms. N. Sathya

B.E., M.E.,

Asst. Prof.

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Ms. T. Umamaheswari

B.E., M.E.,

Asst. Prof.

10

Mr. N. Muthukumar

B.Tech., M.Tech.,

Asst. Prof.

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Ms. V. Muthalagammai

B.E., M.E.,

Asst. Prof.

12

Mrs. S. K. Hema Gayathri

B.E.,(M.E)

Asst. Prof.

13

Mrs. M. Ramathilagam

B.E.,

Asst. Prof.

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Mr. R.S. Raajguru

B.E., M.E.,

Asst. Prof.

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EIE

Department of


ME

Department of

Mechanical Engineering Dr.N.Baskar B.E.,M.E.,Ph.D., Professor & Head hod_mech@mamce.org

He has 20 years of teaching experience. He was an under graduate in B.E (Mechanical Engineering) at Shanmuganathan College of Engineering during 1992 and Post graduate in M.E. (Manufacturing Technology) at REC, Trichy by the year 1996. Did his Ph.D (Production Engineering) at REC, Trichy in 2006. He has successfully guided a candidate to complete his Ph.D and currently guiding 9 candidates. His interests in research area are Optimization of Machining Parameters, Production Scheduling, Welding parameter analysis, Analysis of Un-Conventional machining process. In his credit, he has published research articles in 12 International Journals, 5 National Journals and 30 International and National conference. He is a member in Board of Studies- Anna University, Chennai for UG and PG programs in Mechanical Engineering. S.NO.

NAME OF THE STAFF

QUALIFICATION

DESIGNATION

1

Dr. N. Baskar

B.E., M.E., Ph.D.,

Professor & HOD

2

Dr. V. Gopalakrishnan

B.Tech., M.Sc., Ph.D.,

Director/Prof.

3

Prof. M. Panneer Selvam

B.E., M.E., (Ph.D.)

Professor

4

Prof. B. Chandiramohan

B.E., M.Tech., MBA., (Ph.D)

Professor

5

Mr. D. Kannan

B.E., M.E., (Ph.D.)

Professor

6

Dr. C. Balamurugan

B.E., M.E., MBA., Ph.D.,

Assoc. Prof.

7

Dr. Arulselvan

B.E., M.E., Ph.D.,

Assoc. Prof.

8

Mr. S.M. Ravikumar

B.E.,M.E.,(Ph.D.)

Assoc. Prof.

9

Mr. B. Suresh Kumar

B.E., M.Tech., (Ph.D),

Assoc. Prof.

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Mr. P. Thamizhvalavan

B.E., M.E.,(Ph.D.)

Assoc. Prof.

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Mr. K. Manikandan

B. Tech., M.E., (Ph.D.)

Assoc. Prof.

12

Mr. P. Arivudai Nambi

B.E., M.E.,

Assoc. Prof.

13

Mr. B. Vignesh

B.E., M.E.,

Asst. Prof.

14

Mr. A. Saravanan

B.E., M.E.,

Asst. Prof.

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Mr. P. Jothi Palavesam

B.E., M.E.,

Asst. Prof.

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Mr. K. Vijayakumar

B.E., M.E.,

Asst. Prof.

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Mr. B. Abdullah

B.E., MBA., (M.E.)

Asst. Prof.

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Mr. B. V. Narayanan

AMIE

Asst. Prof.

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Mr. T. Karthikeyan

B.E.,

Asst. Prof.

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Mr. S. Aravind

B.E.,

Asst. Prof.

21

Mr. A. Karthik

B.E.,

Asst. Prof.

22

Ms. J. Prabhavathi

B.E.,

Asst. Prof.

23

Mr. S. Vignesh

B.E.,

Asst. Prof.

24

Mr. C. K. Nanthakumar

B.E.,

Asst. Prof.

25

Mr. S. Sathishkumar

B.E.,

Asst. Prof.

26

Mr. K. Natarajan

B.E.,

Asst. Prof.

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Mr. S. Dinesh

B.E.,

Asst. Prof.

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Mr. R. Saravanan

B.E.,

Asst. Prof.

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Mr. M. Prabhakaran

B.E., (M.E.)

Asst. Prof.

“The human foot is a masterpiece of engineering and a work of art” -

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Information Technology Prof.Y.Mohamadi Begum B.E.,AISc.,(Ph.D.,) Professor & Head hod_it@mamce.org

She acquired Bachelor’s degree in Computer Technology and Informatics from Bharathiar University, Coimbatore in the year 1989. She underwent Engineering education in Govt. College of Engineering, Coimbatore. She was awarded Master’s degree in Information Science by Council for Scientific & Industrial Research (CSIR), New Delhi in the year 1993 and is now pursuing Ph.D. in Anna University, Chennai. She has to her credit two publications in peerreviewed International Journals and four in International Conferences. Her research interests are broad spanning from operating systems to multi-core architectures, from distributed systems to heterogeneous computing. She is a Life Member in Indian Society for Technical Education and Executive Member in Computer Society of India. S.NO.

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NAME OF THE STAFF

QUALIFICATION

DESIGNATION

1

Dr.Mohideen Ibramsha

B.E., Ph.D.,

Dean & Professor

2

Prof.Y.Mohamadi Begum

B.E.,AISc.,(Ph.D.)

Prof & Head

3

Mrs.A.Mahalakshmi

B.E.,M.E.,

Assoc.Prof.

4

Mrs.Josephine Puspha Arasi

B.E.,M.E.,

Assoc.Prof.

5

Mrs.N.Hemalatha

B.E.,M.E.,

Assoc.Prof.

6

Mr.K.Gokulakrishnan

B.Tech.,M.E.,

Assoc.Prof.

7

Mrs.S.Revathy

B.E.,M.E.,

Assoc.Prof.

8

Mr.A.Shamsheer Khan

B.Tech.,M.Tech.,

Asst.Prof.

9

Ms.A.Anitha

B.Tech.,M.E.,

Asst.Prof.

10

Mr.M.Anbazhagan

B.E.,M.E.,

Asst.Prof.

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IT

Department of


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Mr.M.Anandha kumar

B.E.,M.E.,

Asst.Prof.

12

Ms.M.P.A.Mala@Aarthy

B.E.,M.E.,

Asst.Prof.

13

Mr.P.S.Tamizharasan

B.E.,M.E.,(Ph.D.)

Asst.Prof.

14

Ms.V.Nanthini Devi

B.Tech.,M.E.,

Asst.Prof.

15

Ms.M.Anitha

B.E.,M.Tech.,

Asst.Prof.

16

Mr.K.Sridhar

B.Tech.,M.E.,

Asst.Prof.

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Ms.B.Vijayalaksmi

B.E.,M.E.,

Asst.Prof.

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Ms.C.Sugitha

B.Tech.,M.E.,

Asst.Prof.

19

Ms.R.K.Rabhiya Ms.Rabhiya Begum Mr.S.Muthuk Kumaran

B.Tech.,M.E.,

Asst.Prof.

B.Tech.,

Asst.Prof.

20 Mr.Sridhar

“Try not to have a good time...this is supposed to be educational” ― Charles M. Schulz

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Civil Engineering Prof. K.Sasiekalaa B.E.,M.E.,(Ph.D)., Professor & Head hodcivil@mamce.org

She has around 21 years of experience in teaching and consulting in the field of Civil Engineering. She obtained her B.E. in Civil Engineering from Crescent Engineering College, Chennai and M.E. in Structural Engineering from National Institute of Technology (NIT), Tiruchirappalli and is presently on the verge of completing her Ph.D in Structural Engineering from Anna University, Chennai. Her research interests are Ferro cement Construction and Pre-cast Housing. She is serving as Civil Engineering Board Chairman of Tiruchirappalli zone for Central Valuation. S.NO.

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NAME OF THE STAFF

QUALIFICATION

DESIGNATION

1

Prof. K. Sasiekalaa

B.E., M.E., (Ph.D.)

Professor & HOD

2

Dr. T. Rajaram

B.E., M.E., Ph.D.,

Professor

3

Mrs. M. Nirmala Devi

B.E., M.E., (Ph.D.)

Professor

4

Mr. S. Vijaya Baskaran

B.E., M.E., (Ph.D.)

Professor

5

Dr. S. Jeevanantham

B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D.,

Assoc. Prof.

6

Mrs. T. Sathya

B.E., M.E.,

Assoc. Prof.

7

Ms. A. Kiruthika

B.E., M.E.,

Asst. Prof.

8

Mr. A. Anandraj

B.Tech., M. Tech.,

Asst. Prof.

9

Mr. B. Prasanna

B.Tech., M.Tech.,

Asst. Prof.

10

Mr. S. Mohan Raj

B.E., M.E.,

Asst. Prof.

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Ms. P. Abinaya

B.Tech., M.Tech.,

Asst. Prof.

12

Ms. S. Kiruthika

B.E.,

Asst. Prof.

13

Ms. S. Ramathilagam

B.E.,

Asst. Prof.

14

Ms. A. S. Medona

B.E.,

Asst. Prof.

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Department of


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Ms. N. Sakeena Begum

B.E.,

Asst. Prof.

16 15 17

Ms. D. Saranya

B.E.,

Asst. Prof.

Ms. T. Soundharya

B.E.,

Asst. Prof.

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Ms. T. Thaarani

B.E.,

Asst. Prof.

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Mr. T. Rajagopal

B.E.,

Asst. Prof.

20

Ms.N. Daisy Rani

B.E.,

Asst. Prof.

“Educating the mind without educating the heart is no education at all.” ― Aristotle

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MBA

Department of

Management Studies Dr.B.Annette B.E.,M.B.A.,Ph.D., Professor & Head hodmba@mamce.org

She has acquired Bachelor of Engineering degree in Electronics and Communication from Mookambigai College of Engineering, Trichy, and Master’s degree in Management (HR & Systems) from Madurai Kamaraj University and doctorate in Management from Bharathidasan University. She has 16 years of teaching experience. She has been awarded the Cambridge International Certificate for Teachers and Trainers. Her research interests are Indian Models of Leadership, Servant Leadership, Women in the Unorganized Sector and Gender issues. She is the Co-Convenor of CSR Panel, CII Trichy Zone and a member in CII Tamilnadu Panel on CSR for 2013-14 . She is also a Life Member of Indian Society for Technical Education (ISTE), a member in National HRD Network (NHRD) and Club Avenue Chairperson for membership development in Rotary Club of Tiruchirappalli Shakthi for 2013-14. S.NO.

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QUALIFICATION

DESIGNATION

1

Dr. B. Annette

B.E., MBA., Ph.D.,

Prof. & HOD

2

Dr. M. Hemalatha

B.B.A., MBA., Ph.D.,

Assoc. Prof.

3

Mrs. Shobhana N.

B.Sc., M.A., M.H.M., M.Phil.,(Ph.D.)

Assoc. Prof.

4

Ms. D. Sheeba

B.B.A., M.B.A.,

Asst. Prof.

5

Ms. S. Najma

B.B.A., M.B.A.,(Ph.D),

Asst. Prof.

6

Mr. G. Mahaboob Basha

B.Sc., MBA.,

Asst. Prof.

7

Mrs. Karen Sebastin

B.Com.,MBA.,

Asst. Prof.

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Master of Computer Applications Prof. S.Subitha MCA.,M.Phil.,(Ph.D.,) Professor & Head hodmca@mamce.org

She has more than 14 years of teaching experience in the discipline of computer science.She acquired her Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from Shrimathi Indira Gandhi College, affiliated to Bharathidasan University, Trichy in the year 1994. She also acquired her Master of Computer Applications from the same college in 1997. She completed Master of Philosophy from Periyar University, Salem in 2007. At present, she is pursuing Ph.D degree in Anna University, Chennai. So far, she has published six research papers in National Conferences, one in International Conference. Her research interests are Data Mining, Distributed Databases. She is a Life Member in Indian Society for Technical Education and member of Computer Society of India. S.NO.

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NAME OF THE STAFF

QUALIFICATION

DESIGNATION

1

Prof. S. Subitha

M.C.A., M.Phil., (Ph.D).,

Professor

2

Dr. M. Nazreen Banu

MCA., M.Phil., Ph.D.,

Professor

3

Ms. S. Tajvar Furzana

MCA.,M.Phil.,(Ph.D.)

Assoc. Prof.

4

Mrs. V. Selvi

MCA., M.Phil., (Ph.D.)

Assoc. Prof.

5

Mrs. S. Subha

MCA., M.Phil.,

Assoc. Prof.

6

Ms. D. Heronica Ratna Mala

M.C.A.,

Asst. Prof.

7

Mr. R. Mohan

MCA.,

Asst. Prof.

8

Ms. S. Bhuvana

MCA.,

Asst. Prof.

9

Mr. K. Sakkaravarthy Iyyappan

MCA.,

Asst. Prof.

10

Mr. P. Peter Raj

MCA.,

Asst. Prof.

11

Mrs. J. Shabana

MCA.,

Asst. Prof.

12

Mrs. R. Kanimozhi

MCA.,

Asst. Prof.

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Department of


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Mrs. R. Latha

MCA.,M.Phil

Asst. Prof.

14

Mrs. P. Shyamala

MCA.,

Asst. Prof.

15

Ms. P. Vishnu Priya

MCA.,

Asst. Prof.

“The more I live, the more I learn. The more I learn, the more I realize, the less I know.” ―Michael Legrand

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Science and Humanities

S&H

Department of

Prof. M. Manjula M.Sc., B.Ed., M.Phil., Assoc. Professor & Head Department of Physics

hodphysics@mamce.org

She did M.Sc and M.Phil in Physics at Seethalakshmi Ramasamy College, Trichy. She also acquired Bachelor of Education from Annamalai University. She has 14 years of teaching experience and also published 2 text books. She is a Member of Indian Society for Technical Education (ISTE). S.NO.

NAME OF THE STAFF

QUALIFICATION

DESIGNATION

1

Prof. M. Manjula

M.Sc., B.Ed., M.Phil.,

Assoc. Prof & Head

2

Dr. A. Krishnan

M.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.D.,

Assoc. Prof.

3

Mr. C. Anthony Raj

M.Sc.,B.Ed.,PGDCA.,(Ph.D.)

Asst.Prof.

4

Ms. P. Geetha Devi

M.Sc., M.Phil., (Ph.D.)

Asst.Prof.

5

Ms. E. Hemalatha

M.Sc., M.Phil.,

Asst.Prof.

6

Ms. M. Helen Selvi

M.Sc., M.Phil.,

Asst.Prof.

7

Mr. D. Saravana kumar

M.Sc., M.Phil., B.Ed.,

Asst.Prof.

8

Ms. T. Noorunnisha

M.Sc., M.Phil.,

Asst.Prof.

9

Mr. A. Godwin Ligori

M.Sc., M.Phil.,

Asst.Prof.

“Education is the kindling of a flame, not the filling of a vessel.” ―

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Science and Humanities

Prof. Mrs. Lalitha Easwaran Assoc. Professor & Head

S&H

Department of

M.Sc., M.Phil., M.Ed., (Ph.D.,)

Department of Chemistry

hodchemistry@mamce.org

She did M.Sc.Ed from Regional College of Education, Mysore; M.Phil from Anna University, Chennai; M.Ed from Annamalai University and doing Ph.D at St.Joseph’s College, Trichy. She has 18 years of teaching experience. She published 3 papers. She is a Member of Indian Society for Technical Education (ISTE). S.NO.

NAME OF THE STAFF

QUALIFICATION

DESIGNATION

1

Prof. Lalitha Easwaran

M.Sc., M.Phil., M.Ed., (Ph.D.)

Assoc.Prof & Head

2

Dr. A. Mohamed Saleem Gani

M.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.D.,

Assoc.Prof

3

Dr. A. Kalpana

M.Sc., Ph.D.,

Assoc. Prof

4

Mrs. K.Shenbagam

M.Sc., M. Phil., (Ph.D.)

Asst.Prof.

5

Miss. K. Anandhanayaki

M.Sc., M.Phil.,

Asst.Prof.

6

Mrs. S. Vimala

M.Sc., M.Phil.,

Asst.Prof.

7

Mr. S. Gopinath

M.Sc., M.Phil., (Ph.D.)

Asst.Prof.

8

Mr. K. T. Karthikeyan

M.Sc.,B.Ed.,(Ph.D.)

Asst.Prof.

“My favourite definition of an intellectual: 'Someone who has been educated beyond his/her intelligence.” ― Arthur C. Clarke

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Science and Humanities

S&H

Department of

Prof. A. Sujatha M.Sc., M.Phil., (Ph.D.,) Assoc. Professor & Head Department of Mathematics

hodmaths@mamce.org

She has 17 years of teaching experience. She did her Master’s degrees from Bharathidasan university, Trichy . Her area of interest covers Queuing theory, stochastic process, Operational Research. S.NO.

NAME OF THE STAFF

QUALIFICATION

DESIGNATION

1 2

Prof. A. Sujatha Mr. Jamal Mohamed Nasar

M.Sc., M.Phil., (Ph.D.) M.Sc., M.Phil.,

Assoc.Prof & Head Assoc.Prof

3

Ms. S. Karunalakshmi

M.Sc., M.Phil.,

Asst.Prof.

4

Mr. V. Satheesh

M.Sc., M.Phil.,

Asst.Prof.

5

Ms. K. Ramana

M.Sc., M.Phil., PGDCA.,

Asst.Prof.

6

Ms. P. Ambika

M.Sc., M.Phil., PGDCA.,

Asst.Prof.

7

Ms.N.Yogapriya

M.Sc., M.Phil., PGDCA.,

Asst.Prof.

8

Ms.L. Priya

M.Sc., M.Phil.,

Asst.Prof.

9

Ms.G. Saveetha

M.Sc., M.Phil.,

Asst.Prof.

10

Mr. U. Mohamed Rafi

M.Sc., M.Phil.,

Asst.Prof.

11

Mr. P. Rock Ramesh

M.Sc., M.Phil.,

Asst.Prof.

“Education is the power to think clearly, the power to act well in the world's work, and the power to appreciate life.” ― Brigham Young

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Science and Humanities

S&H

Department of

Prof. S. Srinivasan M.A.,B.Ed., M.Phil., (Ph.D.,) Assoc. Professor & Head Department of English

hodenglish@mamce.org

He is pursuing Doctorate in Dravidian University, Andhrapradesh and submitted his thesis. He did Philosophy in English at Madurai Kamarajar university and Master’s degree from National College, Trichy. He has 23 years of teaching experience and published two books for the first year Engineering students in the English subject. He is also setting question for the University examination for the first year students in the reputed Universities and published one International paper. He has attended three days training in Grammar and communication skills at Infosys DC, Chennai. He has received many awards

and prizes for publishing books and

presenting seminars. He is a member in ISTE and English Board chairman at Anna University, Tiruchirappalli, in the Central Valuation. S.NO.

NAME OF THE STAFF

QUALIFICATION

DESIGNATION

1

Prof. S. Srinivasan

M.A., B.Ed., M.Phil., (Ph.D.)

Professor & Head

2

Dr. G. Imayavaramban

M.A., Ph.D.,

Professor

3

Mr. R. Ramesh Kumar

M.A., M.Phil., (Ph.D.)

Assoc. Prof.

4

Ms. Keerthi

M.A., M.Phil.,

Asst.Prof.

“Education is no substitute for intelligence.” ―

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Training and Placement

TAP

Department of

Prof. C. Anthony Raj M.Sc, B.Ed, PGDCA, (Ph.D)., Asst. Professor & Head tap@mamce.org

He attained Masters Degree in Physics in 1992 and currently pursuing Ph.d in the field of Thin Film at AUC (BIT Campus).Worked as a PG.Asst. for 15 years between 1993 and 2008 and now presently working as Asst.Professor in the Department of Physics since January,2008 at M.A.M College of Engineering. Areas of interest lie in the fields of Thin Films and Nano Technology. Appointed also as the Advisor to M.A.M. Schools since 2010 and heading the Training & Placement Department (MAMGI) since February 2012. S.NO.

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QUALIFICATION

DESIGNATION

1

Prof. C. Anthony Raj

M.Sc.,B.Ed.,PGDCA.,(Ph.D.)

Head

2

Ms. N. Thamizhmozhi

B.E.,(CSE)

T&P

3

Ms. N. Syeda Sabiha Fatima

B.E.,(ECE)

Aptitude Trainer

4

Mrs. Verona Joseph

B.A., M.A., M.Ed., MBA.,

Soft skill Trainer

5

Mrs. Mary Praveena

B.B.M.,

Aptitude Trainer

6

Mr. S. Vijaya Kumar

B.Sc., M.S.,

Aptitude Trainer

7

Mrs. A. Imaculate Vinitha

B.E.,(ECE)

Soft Skill Trainer

8

Ms. Rathikka Jeyaraj

B.Com., (MBA.)

Soft Skill Trainer

9

Ms. M. Rajasree

BCA., MCA.,

Aptitude Trainer

10

Ms. N. Gayathri

BCA., MCA.,

Aptitude Trainer

11

Ms. S. Kiruba

BBA., MBA.,

Soft Skill Trainer

12

Ms. Vishnu Priya

B.E.,(ECE)., (M.E.)

Aptitude Trainer

13

Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Shyamala

BBA., B.Sc., M.A., M.Phil., M.Com.,

Soft Skill Trainer

14

Mrs. S. D. Fathima Banu

(MBA.), B.Sc., M.Sc., M.Phil., (Ph.D.)

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PHYSICAL EDUCATION & LIBRARY

Mr. David Christopher Clements B.A.,B.P.Ed.,M.P.Ed.,M.Phil.,NIS(Dip.),(Ph.D.,)

Director of Physical Education & HOD

S.NO.

1

NAME OF THE STAFF Mr. M. Ramanathan

QUALIFICATION B.A., B.PEd., M.PEd., PG.D.Y.Ed., (Ph.D.)

DESIGNATION Director of

2

Mr.B.Sundar

3

Mr. V.Jayan

Physical B.Com.,M.L.I.S.C.,M.Phil.,Dip.(Sanskrit).,Dip.(DTP)., Librarian Education B.A., MLISc.,(MPhil) Asst.Librarian

4

Mrs. C.Shanthi.,

B.A., MLISc.,(MPhil)

Asst.Librarian

5

Mr. R.Sivaraman

B.B.A., MLISc., (M.Phil)

Asst.Librarian

6

Ms.P.Roopa

B.Com., MLISc

Asst.Librarian

7

Mr. D.Vivekananthan.,

B.A., MLISc

Asst.Librarian

“Formal education will make you a living; self-education will make you a fortune.” ― Jim Rohn

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5 MAMCE Rules and Regulations “Success is nothing more than a few simple disciplines, practiced every day� - Jim Rohn

All powers relating to discipline and disciplinary action are vested in the Principal. The Principal may delegate all or such powers as he deems proper to any of the faculty of the institute. Every member of the faculty has authority to forbid disorderly behavior within the institution. All the MAMCEians are required to adhere to the following rules & regulations of the institution and discharge your responsibilities as a student with diligence and devotion.

GENERAL 1. The conduct of each student should be satisfactory. 2. Each student shall show due respect and courtesy to the teachers, administrators, staff of the Institution. 3. College timings are from 8.45 a.m to 4.30 p.m. Students are not permitted to enter in to the campus after 8.45 a.m and are also not allowed to leave the college before 4.30 pm. 4. Students should be seated at the lecture halls 5 minutes before the commencement of classes. 5. Students should acquaint themselves in time with the notifications put up on the Notice - Board. 6. Damage of any kind, done to the College property will not be tolerated. The student shall compensate damage to institute/ hostel property/furniture caused by neglect or willful damage. 7. Tuition fees and other fees should be paid on or before the stipulated dates. 8. During the college hours visitors are strictly not entertained to meet the students.

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9. Refrain from possessing, consuming or distributing alcohol or harmful drugs or illegal narcotics or chewing gums or smoking cigarettes. If found, it will lead to severe action including suspension / dismissal of the student. 10. Boys and girls should not wear any expensive gold and other ornaments in the college campus 11. Students should use dustbins for throwing any unwanted material. Do not scribble on the desks or the black board and walls of the college and hostel. 12. The students should not loiter in the college premises when the classes are in progress. When they are free, they should make use of the college library. 13. Students can take part in inter - college competitions, TV/Radio Programmes, only after getting the prior permission from the HOD / Principal. 14. Do not convene or attend any unauthorized meeting in the campus. 15. Do not collect money from co-students for any purpose without the knowledge of college authorities. 16. Day scholar students will be given Transport Card with specific college bus number and bus stop. They have to come only in the specific bus. They have to possess the transport card, whenever they travel in the college bus. 17. Do not be a part of any union or group or organization. Any move to form unions or groups of any type unauthorized by the Management and the Principal is an offense.

LIBRARY 18. In order to keep the wide circulation of Library Books among students, it is desired that the student must return the book in time failing which a fine of Rs. 1/- per day per book will be

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charged. If the book is lost, it must be replaced by new one, failing which the “double� price of the book will be realized. 19. No journal will be issued for taking it home. 20. Three Library Tickets for each student will be issued only on production of Identity Cards. 21. The tickets issued are not transferable and the Library reserves the right to refuse issue of books on any unauthorized tickets. 22. Books will be lent out for 14 days (2 weeks) and the due date will be entered on the date slip. One renewal for another 14 days is permitted. 23. The book should normally be returned on due date. 24. Loss of borrower's tickets and books should be reported to the Librarian as soon as possible. 25. Loss of tickets should be reported to the Librarian immediately. 26. Duplicate ticket will be issued on payment of Rs. 25.00 after verification 27. No user shall deface the Library books by underlining, scribbling notes in the margins etc. 28. Every book will be examined as soon as it is returned, and if pages are found missing or if any book is found to be marked, soiled or damaged, the borrowers should either replace the book or pay the cost at the current market price which will be ascertained and fixed by the librarian. 29. Books taken out of the shelves for reading should be left on the reading tables. Students should not replace them in shelves. 30. Except for notebooks, writing materials and Library books already issued, no other personal belongings will be allowed inside the Library. 31. Periodical publications, dictionary, reports, proceedings, reference sources after reference should be handed over to the Librarian and rare books will not be lent out. 32. All members and the Library staff should observe silence inside the Library. 33. Reservation for books is also available. DRESS CODE 34. All the students inside the campus should be neatly dressed. 43

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35. Men students to be clean shaven at all times in the college premises. 36. All the boys are expected to wear pants with their shirts neatly tucked in. Jeans, T-Shirts and casual wears are strictly avoided inside the college campus. Girls should wear either Salwar Kameez with V shaped dupatta pinned on either sides of the shoulder or saree. 37. No loose garments are permitted in the workshop/laboratories. Gentlemen and lady students have to wear leather shoes in the workshops. 38. In Physics and Chemistry laboratories, all students have to wear white overcoats. ATTENDANCE 39. Students should attend the classes regularly. It is imperative that a student secures a minimum attendance of 75% to be eligible to appear for the University Examinations at the end of each semester. Under no circumstances this may be relaxed. 40. Leave letter should be submitted on the previous day itself with the parent’s signature. Prior permission must be obtained for availing leave. Leave of absence will have to be obtained from the Head of the Department through their class coordinator in advance, for valid reasons. Absence without prior permission will lead to a fine of Rs. 50/- (fifty) per day. 41. In case of sickness, a medical certificate should accompany the leave application along with an endorsement letter from the parent/guardian while reporting to College after recovery from illness. 42. A student who is continuously absent for 30 days without a valid reason will be removed from the rolls of the College without further deliberations. 43. Attendance at the Examinations, Tests, Assignments and Class is compulsory except on medical grounds.

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44. Latecomers and defaulters: 

In case of student coming late during the first period, a grace time of 5 minutes may be permitted; however, when the student comes later than that first 2 periods may be marked absent.

In case of student coming late after any interval break, a grace time of 3 minutes may be permitted; however, when the student comes later than that the next 2 periods may be marked absent.

In case of student coming late and comes only after the 1st period, he/she will be marked 4 periods absent.

In case when the student does not attend any class in between periods, the student may be marked absent for the whole day.

In case of delay due to college transport, punishment is not applicable. ID CARDS

45. An Identity card displaying the details of the student is given to every individual. Students are expected to wear the identity card all the time in the campus and also while travelling by college transport. 46. In case the card is lost, a duplicate ID card will be issued against a nominal payment within a day of information to the CSG. CELL PHONES 47. Students will not be allowed to keep the cell phones with them, and if any culprit is found then it will be seized by the college. 48. The cell phones thus seized would be returned only: (a) at the end of the course or, (b) after payment of a fine of Rs. 2,000/-.

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49. The use of any audio / video gadgets in the campus and college transport by students is strictly banned and if such items are found in possession of students, they will be confiscated. INTERNAL ASSESSMENT The following tests are conducted in each semester and the results are communicated to the parents. S.No. 1 2 3 4 5 6

Test / Exam Unit Test 1 Unit Test 2 Unit Test 3 Unit Test 4 Unit Test 5 Model Exam

Portions Unit 1 Unit 2 Unit 3 Unit 4 Unit 5 All five units

50. The internal marks will be calculated strictly based on the percentage of marks scored by the students in the above tests / examinations / Assignments / Attendance. 51. Any student who was absent / failed for any of the above tests will be fined Rs.100 per test and Rs.50 respectively. The student has to appear for the retest and shall be required to attend the same until he or she passes the test. 52. Any student found indulging in malpractice in the test would be debarred for the rest of the tests / examinations. Note: Any case of malpractice in the University Examinations will be reported to the University. RAGGING 53. Ragging in any form is a serious offence and severe action will be taken against those who indulge in such activities as per the Tamil Nadu Prohibition of Ragging Act No. 7 of 1997. 54. The cause of expulsion will be entered in their Transfer Certificate. Indulging in ragging and eve-teasing will attract punishment as stipulated by the Government of Tamilnadu / Anna University.

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HOSTELLERS

55. Students admitted to the Institution hostel, shall abide by the rules and regulations of the hostel (separately given) as existing at the time of admission and as amended from time to time. 56. A student dismissed from the Institution shall automatically cease to be a member of the Hostel. 57. Day-Scholars are not allowed to enter the Hostel without prior permission from the Principal. NOTE: 1. Breach of any of the above rules will lead to disciplinary action resulting in suspension or expulsion of the student.

2. The Management reserves the right to expel from the college any student on grounds of serious irregularity of attendance, insubordination, malpractice in examination or any other act of indiscipline or misconduct. The decision of the college authorities in this regard shall be final.

“If you violate laws of God, you're a sinner. If you violate laws of men, you're a criminal. If you violate your own laws, you're pathetic.” ― Toba Beta

“ If you violate laws of God ,you’re a sinner, If you violate laws of men, you’re a criminal, If you violate your own laws, you’re pathetic.” -Toba Beta

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ROLE

Parents / Guardians Responsibilities 

The College will send the academic performance of the students to the parents/Guardians periodically.

In all financial matters, the College expects to interact with the Parents/Guardians.

If a student is found guilty of indiscipline, the College reserves the right to take disciplinary action against him/her and inform the Parents/Guardians about the action so taken.

In some cases the College may call the Parents/Guardians for a meeting to discuss various issues of students. Healthy co-operation in this regard is ever solicited.

Duties and Responsibilities

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Class co-ordinators

Coordinators will maintain records of attendance, marks/grades of all students concerned.

Coordinators will be responsible for verifying and sending performance letter along with attendance report to the parents.

Overseeing administration of student progress and attendance

Provide students with course syllabus that includes broad course objectives, course schedule; mark/grading policy, expectations of academic integrity etc.

Organize and hold periodic meetings with the class representatives for the course to obtain oral student feedback.

“ You cannot escape the responsibility of tomorrow by evading it today“

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6.2 Academic in-charge 

Monitor and ensure the basic discipline such as wearing ID card, Dress code etc., among the student community.

Closely monitor the academic activities through checking the faculty log book twice in a week.

Any alternative in the regular class work must be monitored and recorded in the respective faculty’s log book.

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Display clearly the time table of the class.

Faculty Advisors

Maintain the Faculty Advisor file with proper data and proper counseling twice in a semester.

Identify the slow learners, under-achievers in the group, in order to help them to achieve according to their needs and abilities.

Overseeing the student progress & attendance in the group.

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General Instructions Subject teachers must discuss among themselves, prepare schedule and distribute the assignment and homework as per the schedule to avoid over burdening of the students.

The teacher should not leave the class unattended at any cost .

The teacher should not stand in groups and gossip in the Varanda and canteen.

Identify the slow learners, under-achievers etc. In order to help them to achieve according to their need and abilities.

In case of Planned or Unplanned leave, make arrangement for engaging the class by other faculty members. Class coordinators will not be responsible on this respect.

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ANNA UNIVERSITY REGULATIONS

These regulations are applicable to the candidates admitted to various B.E. / B.Tech. Programmes affiliated to Anna University.

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UNDER GRADUATE PROGRAMME 9.1.1 PRELIMINARY DEFINITIONS AND NOMENCLATURE 7.1.1 PRELIMINARY DEFINITIONS AND NOMENCLATURE

In these Regulations, unless the context otherwise requires:  "Programme" means Degree Programme that is B.E. / B.Tech. Degree Programme. 

"Branch" means specialization or discipline of B.E. /B.Tech. Degree Programme, like Civil Engineering, Textile Technology, etc.,

 "Course" means a theory or practical subject that is normally studied in a semester, like Mathematics, Physics, etc.,  "University" means ANNA UNIVERSITY. 7.1.2 ADMISSION 

Candidates seeking admission to the first semester of the B.E. / B.Tech. Degree Programme: Should have passed the Higher Secondary Examination of (10 +2) Curriculum (Academic Stream) prescribed by the Government of Tamil Nadu with Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry as three of the four subjects of study under Part-III or any examination of any other University or authority accepted by the Syndicate of Anna University Tiruchirapalli as equivalent thereto. OR Should have passed the Higher Secondary Examination of Vocational stream (Vocational groups in Engineering / Technology) as prescribed by the Government of Tamil Nadu. OR

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Should possess the Diploma in Engineering / Technology awarded by the State Board of Technical Education, Tamil Nadu or any other authority accepted by the Syndicate of the University as equivalent thereto. 

The Candidates who possess the diploma in Engineering / Technology awarded by the State Board of Technical Education and Training, are eligible for admission to the third semester of the B.E. / B.Tech. Degree Programmes in affiliated colleges through lateral entry system.

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The eligibility criteria such as marks, number of attempts and physical fitness and the mode of admission shall be as prescribed by the Syndicate of the University from time to time.

7.1.3 BRANCHES OF STUDY A candidate may be offered, in any of the colleges, one of the branches of study approved by the University and offered by that college. 7.1.4 STRUCTURE OF PROGRAMMES I.

Every Programme shall have a curriculum comprising of both theory and practical courses with well defined syllabi. The courses shall cover a. Languages, Humanities and Social Science subjects b. Basic Science subjects c. Basic Engineering subjects d. Common professional subjects e. All courses in semester 1 and 2 are core courses and are common to all branches further, every student shall be made to involve in any one of the character development programmes such as N.C.C. / N.S.S. / N.S.O. / Y.R.C.

II.

The curriculum of each semester shall normally be a blend of theory courses not exceeding 6 and practical courses not exceeding 3. However, the total number of courses per semester shall not exceed 9.

III.

The medium of instruction and examinations shall be in English, except for courses on language other than English.

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7.1.5 DURATION OF THE PROGRAMME A student is ordinarily expected to complete the B.E. / B.Tech. Programme in 8 semesters (four academic years) but in any case not more than 14 Semesters / 7 years for HSC candidates and not more than 1 2 semesters / 6 years for Lateral Entry Diploma Candidates. Each Semester shall normally consist of 90 working days or 450 hours or 540 periods of 50 minutes each. The Principal shall ensure that every teacher imparts instruction as per the number of periods specified in the syllabus and that the teacher handles the full content of the specified syllabus for the course being taught. 7.1.6 FACULTY ADVISER

To help the students in planning their courses of study and for general advice on the academic programme, the Head of the Department of the students will attach a certain number of students to a teacher of the Department who shall function as Faculty Adviser for those students throughout their period of study. Such Faculty Adviser shall advise the students and monitor the courses undergone by the students, check the attendance and progress of the students attached to him / her and counsel them periodically. If necessary, the faculty adviser may also discuss with or inform the parents about the progress of the students. 7.1.7 CLASS COMMITTEE 1.

1. Every class shall have a class committee consisting of teachers of the concerned class, student representatives and a chairperson who is not teaching the class. It is like the 'Quality Circle' (more commonly used in industries) with the overall goal of improving the teachinglearning process. The functions of the class committee include Solving problems experienced by students in the class room and in the laboratories.

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Clarifying the regulations of the Degree programme and the details of rules therein. Informing the student representatives, the academic schedule including assessments and the syllabus coverage for each assessment. Informing the student representatives the details of regulations regarding weightage used for each assessment. In the case of practical courses (laboratory / drawing / seminar etc.) the

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breakup of marks for each experiment / exercise / module of work should be clearly discussed in the class committee meeting and informed to the students. Analyzing the performance of the students of the class after each test and finding the ways and means of solving problems, if any. Identifying the weak students, if any and requesting the teachers concerned to provide some additional help or guidance or coaching to such weak students. 2. The class committee for a class under a particular branch is normally constituted by the Head of the Department. However, if the students of different branches are mixed in a class (like first 2 semesters which is generally common to all branches), the class committee is to be constituted by the Principal. 3. The class committee shall be constituted on the first working day of every semester or earlier. 4. At least 4 student representatives (usually 2 boys and 2 girls) shall be included in the class committee. 5. The chairperson of the class committee may invite the Faculty adviser(s) and the Head of the department to the meeting of the class committee. 6. The Principal may participate in any class committee of the institution. 7. The chairperson is required to prepare the minutes of every meeting, submit the same to the Principal within two days of the meeting and arrange to circulate among the concerned students and teachers. If there are some points in the minutes requiring action by the management, the same shall be brought to the notice of the management by the Head of the institution. 8. The first meeting of the class committee shall be held within one week from the date of commencement of the semester, in order to inform the students about the nature and weight age of assessments within the framework of the Regulations. Two or three subsequent meetings may be held in a semester at suitable intervals. During these meetings the student members representing the entire class, shall meaningfully interact and express the opinions

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and suggestions of the other students of the class to improve the effectiveness of the teachinglearning process. 7.1.8 COURSE COMMITTEE FOR COMMON COURSES Each common theory course offered to more than one discipline or group, shall have a 'Course Committee’ comprising all the teachers handling the common course with one of them nominated as Course Coordinator. The nomination of the course Coordinator shall be made by the Head of the Department / Principal depending upon whether all the teachers handling the common course belong to a single department or to several departments. The "Course committee" shall meet as often as possible and ensure uniform evaluation of the tests and arrive at a common scheme of evaluation for the tests. Where it is feasible, the course committee may also prepare a common question paper for the test(s). 7.1.9 SYSTEM OF EXAMINATION 1. Performance in each course of study shall be evaluated based on (i) continuous internal assessment during the semester and (ii) an University examination at the end of the semester. 2 . Each course, both theory and practical shall be evaluated for a maximum of 100 marks. For all theory and practical courses, continuous internal assessment will carry 20 marks while the University examination will carry 80 marks. 3. The University examination (theory and practical) of 3 hours duration shall ordinarily be conducted in the month of December during the odd semesters and in the month of June during the even semesters. 4. For the University examination in theory and practical courses, the internal and external examiners shall be appointed by the University. 7.1.10. PROCEDURE FOR AWARDING MARKS FOR INTERNAL ASSESSMENT For all theory and practical courses the continuous assessment shall be for a maximum of 20 marks (Consisting of 15 marks for tests / experiments and 5 marks for attendance). The above continuous assessment shall be awarded as per the procedure given below.

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a) Tests / Experiments The 15 marks for theory and practical courses shall be awarded as given below. I) Theory courses: Three tests each carrying 100 marks shall be conducted during the semester by the concerned3Department / College. The total marks obtained in all tests put together out of 600, shall be proportionately reduced to 15 marks and rounded to nearest integer. This also implies equal weightage to all the six tests. (ii) Practical Courses: Every practical exercise / experiment shall be evaluated based on conduct of exercise / experiment and records maintained. There shall be at least one mid - semester test. The criteria for arriving at the internal assessment marks (15 marks) shall be decided based on the recommendation of the class committee and shall be announced at the beginning of every semester by the Principal. b) Attendance

The remaining 5 marks for attendance shall be awarded as given below. Theory and Practical courses 76% to 80% of attendance - 1 mark 81 % to 85% of attendance - 2 marks 86% to 90% of attendance - 3 marks 91% to 95% of attendance - 4 marks 96% to 100% of attendance - 5 marks Every teacher is required to maintain an 'ATTENDANCE AND ASSESSMENT RECORD' which consists of attendance marked in each lecture or practical class, the test marks and the record of class work (topic covered), separately for each course. This should be submitted to the Head of the4 department periodically (at least three times in a semester) for checking the syllabus coverage and the records of test marks and attendance. The Head of the department will put his signature and date after due verification. At the end of the semester, the record should be 55

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verified by the Principal who will keep this document in safe custody (for five years). The University or any inspection team appointed by the University may inspect the records of attendance and assessment both current and previous semesters. 7.1.11 REQUIREMENTS FOR COMPLETION OF A SEMESTER A Candidate who has fulfilled the following conditions shall be deemed to have satisfied the requirements for completion of a semester. a) Ideally every student is expected to attend all classes and secure 100% attendance. However, in order to allow for certain unavoidable reasons such as Medical / participation in sports / personal, the student is expected to attend atleast 75% of the classes during any semester. a.1.Therefore, he / she shall secure not less than 75% of overall attendance in that semester taking into account the total number of periods (540 periods) in all courses put together attended by the candidate as against the total number of periods in all courses offered during that semester.However, a candidate who could secure attendance between 65% and 74% only in the current semester due to medical reasons (hospitalization / accident / specific illness) or due to participation in the College / University / State / National / International level Sports events with prior permission from the Principal shall be given exemption from the prescribed attendance requirement and he / she shall be permitted to appear for the current semester examinations. 34

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Current semester if he / she has satisfied the semester completion requirements and has registered for examination in all courses of that semester. Registration is mandatory for current semester examinations as well as arrears examinations failing which the candidate will not be permitted to move to the higher semester. 7.1.13. PASSING REQUIREMENTS i) A candidate who secures not less than 50% of total marks prescribed for the courses with a minimum of 45% of the marks prescribed for the end-semester University Examination in both theory and practical courses shall be declared to have passed the Examination. ii) If a candidate fails to secure a pass in a particular course, it is mandatory that he / she shall register and reappear for the examination in that course during the next semester when examination is conducted in that course; he / she should continue to register and reappear for the examination till he / she secures a pass. However, the internal assessment marks obtained by the candidate in the first attempt shall be retained and considered valid for all subsequent attempts. 35

7.1.14. ISSUE OF MARK SHEETS Individual mark sheet for each semester will be issued, containing the following information through the Principal concerned, after the publication of the results. I. The college in which the candidate studied. ii. The marks obtained in each course in internal assessment and University Examination and the total marks obtained for each course. iii. Whether the candidate has passed or failed in the course concerned. 7.1.15. AWARD OF LETTER GRADES a) All assessments of a course will be done on absolute marks basis.However, for the purpose of reporting the performance of a candidate, letter grades, each carrying certain points, will be awarded as per the range of total marks (out of 100) obtained by the candidate, as detailed below following a flexible grading system: 57

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LETTER GRADE S A B C D E RA I W

GRADE POINTS 10 9 8 7 6 5 0 0 0

RANGE OF MARKS 90-100 80-89 70-79 60-69 55-59 50-54 <50

“RA” denotes reappearance, required for the examination in the course. (This grade will figure both in Marks Sheet as well as in Result Sheet “W” denotes withdrawal from the course). The Grade “I” denotes inadequate attendance and hence prevented from writing the end semester examination. The Grade “I’ and “W” will figure only in the Result Sheets. 7.1.16 GRADE SHEET After the declaration of results, Grade Sheets will be issued to each student which will contain the following details: 

The college in which the candidate has studied.

The list of courses enrolled during the semester and the grade scored.

The Grade Point Average (GPA) for the semester and

The Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of all courses enrolled from first semester onwards.

GPA is the ratio of the sum of the products of the number of credits of courses enrolled and the corresponding points to the sum of the number of credits for the courses acquired.

Sum of [Credits acquired × Grade Points]

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n ∑ I=1

CI GPI

n ∑ I=1

CI

CGPA =

CI - Credits assigned to the course GPI - Point corresponding to the grade obtained for each course n - Number of all courses successfully cleared during the particular semester in the case of GPA and during all the semesters in case of CGPA . Whenever students, having arrear subjects, appear for the end semester examination during which there are no regular batch of students writing the same subjects, then, the letter grades for the arrears subjects shall be awarded based on the range of marks used in the immediately preceding end semester examination in which regular students wrote. 7.1.17 ELIGIBILITY FOR THE AWARD OF THE DEGREE A student shall be declared to be eligible for the award of the Degree if he/she has 

Successfully acquired the required credits as specified in the Curriculum corresponding to his/her Programme within the stipulated time.

No disciplinary action is pending against him/her.

Successfully completed the field visit/ industrial training, if any, as prescribed in the curriculum.

The award of the degree must be approved by the Syndicate.

7.1.18. CLASSIFICATION OF THE DEGREE AWARDED a. A candidate who qualifies for the award of the Degree having passed the examination in all the courses in his/her first appearance within the specified minimum number of semesters securing a CGPA of not less than 8.50 shall be declared to have passed the examination in First Class with Distinction. For this purpose the withdrawal from examination will not be construed as an appearance.

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b. A candidate who qualifies for the award of the Degree having passed the examination in all the courses within the specified minimum number of semesters plus one year (two semesters), securing a CGPA of not less than 6.50 shall be declared to have passed the examination in First Class. For this purpose the authorized break of study will not be counted for the purpose of classification. c. All other candidates who otherwise qualify for the award of the degree shall be declared to have passed the examination in Second Class. d. A candidate who is absent in semester examination in a course / project work after having enrolled for the same shall be considered to have appeared in that examination for the purpose of Classification. 7.1.19. REVALUATION A candidate can apply for revaluation of his/her semester examination answer paper in a theory course, within 2 weeks from the declaration of results, on payment of a prescribed fee through proper application to the Controller of Examinations through the Head of Department. The Controller of Examinations will arrange for the revaluation and the results will be intimated to the candidate concerned through the Head of the Department. Revaluation is not permitted for practical courses, seminars, practical training and for project work. 7.1.20. PROVISION FOR WITHDRAWAL FROM EXAMINATION A candidate may, for valid reasons, be granted permission to withdraw from appearing for any course or courses of only one semester examination during the entire duration of the degree programmes. Also only one application for withdrawal is permitted for that semester examination in which withdrawal is sought. Withdrawal application shall be valid only if the candidate is otherwise eligible to write the examination and if it is made prior to the examination in that course or courses and also recommended by the Head of Department and the Head of the Institution. Withdrawal shall not be construed as appearance for the eligibility of a candidate for the purpose of classification 60

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7.1.21 TEMPORARY BREAK OF STUDY FROM A PROGRAMME

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A candidate is not normally permitted to temporarily break the study. However, if a

candidate intends to temporarily discontinue the programme in the middle for valid reasons (such as accident or hospitalization due to prolonged ill health) and to rejoin the programme, he / she shall apply in advance to Registrar of the University, through the Head of the Department and Principal stating the reasons therefore, in any case, not later than the last date for registering for the semester examinations of the semester in question. ii.

The candidate permitted to rejoin the programme after the break shall be governed by the rules

and regulations in force at the time of rejoining. iii.

The duration specified for passing all the courses for the purpose of classification shall be

increased by the period of such break of study permitted. iv.

The total period for completion of the programme reckoned from the commencement of the first

semester to which the candidate was admitted shall not exceed the maximum period specified in irrespective of the break of study in order that he / she may be eligible for the award of the degree . v.

If any student is detained for want of requisite attendance, progress and good conduct, the

period spent in that semester shall not be considered as permitted 'Break of Study' 7.1.22 INDUSTRIAL VISIT Every student is required to undergo one Industrial visit for every theory course offered, starting from the third semester of the Programme. Every teacher shall take the students at least for one industrial visit in a semester. 7.1.23 PERSONALITY AND CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT All students shall enroll, on admission, in any one of the personality and character development programmes (the N.C.C. / N.S.S. / N.S.O. / Y.R.C.) and undergo training for about 80 hours and attend a camp of about ten days. The training shall include classes on hygiene and health awareness and also training in first-aid. National Cadet Corps (N.C.C.) will have about 20 parades.

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National Service Scheme (N.S.S.) will have social service activities in and around the College / Institution. National Sports Organization (N.S.O.) will have Sports, Games, Drills and Physical exercises. Youth Red Cross (Y.R.C.) will have activities related to social services in and around college / institutions. However Y.R.C. will not have special camps of 10 days. While the training activities will normally be during weekends, the camp will normally be during vacation period. Every student shall put in a minimum of 75% attendance in the training and attend the camp (except Y.R.C.) Compulsorily. The training and camp (except Y.R.C.) shall be complete during the first year of the programme. However, for valid reasons, the Principal may permit a student to complete this requirement in the second year. 7.1.24 DISCIPLINE Every student is required to observe disciplined and decorous behavior both inside and outside the college and not to indulge in any activity which will tend to bring down the prestige of the University / College. The Principal shall constitute a disciplinary committee consisting of Principal, Two Heads of Departments of which one should be from the faculty of the student, to enquire into acts of indiscipline and notify the University about the disciplinary action recommended for approval. If a student indulges in malpractice in any of the University / internal examination he / she shall be liable for punitive action as prescribed by the University from time to time. 7.1.25 REVISION OF REGULATION AND CURRICULUM The University may from time to time revise, amend or change the Regulations, scheme of examinations and syllabi if found necessary. 8. LIBRARY The college has a well-furnished and adequately stacked library which is centrally located and easily accessible to all the staff and students. At present we have more than 23072 volumes of books and 728 journals both National and International. The library is kept open till 7.30 p.m. on all week days to enable the students to avail the facilities even after working hours. The college digital library has 1594 CDs that are well used by the staff and students. We have arrangement for telecasting Ekalvya

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program by which the students are facilitated to attend the lecture programs from the expert professors of IITs and IISC. Library Working Hours: All Working Days

- 9.00 am to 7.30 pm

Saturdays

- 9.00 am to 4.30 pm

Issue and return of books

- 9.00 am to 4.30 pm

EKLAVYA Educational technological pogramme telecast by Doordarshan is available for students.

Programmes / classes are copied continuously on CDs and are issued to students to get benefits.

Reprographic facility for the benefit of students is available in the library.

e-books, e-journals and Net facility is available in digital library.

To develop reading habit of students, one compulsory library hour is provided.

Best Library user award is given to students, annually. Note: Separate rules for staff members are available with the Librarian.

9. TRANSPORT To maintain punctuality and for the safety of students and staff, the college plies 40 Buses and two vans from various parts of Tiruchirapalli city, Perambalur, Dalmiapuram, Thuraiyur, Kulithalai, Musiri and Lalgudi. In addition frequent trips of public buses are available since the college is on the National Highway. To enable students to spend extra hours in computer centre, internet and library, late bus trips on working days and special trips on Saturdays are operated.

10. INTERNET CONNECTIVITY The college is well connected with the internet through 30 mbps internet connectivity provided by BSNL. The entire campus is also enabled with wi-fi connectivity for the students to access internet anywhere in the campus using their laptops. The internet lab is opened 24 x 7 for the benefit of the

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11. HOSTEL Hostel facilities are available for boys and girls in the College premises. More details are available in the Hostel Brochure. 12. DRINKING WATER FACILITY DM plant is installed and it serves the purpose of supplying pure treated bacteria free water to the entire campus. 13. CAREER DEVELOPMENT AND TRAINING & PLACEMENT The department of training and placement of MAMCE stands unique in fostering students of all cadres irrespective of their academic caliber and instilling in them the confidence to overcome failures.The training and placements cell is mentored by Mrs.Priyasi Anil Kumar,University relationship leader at Tata Honeywell International India Pvt. Ltd and headed by Prof C.Antony Raj The department is well equipped with a promising team of soft skill trainers and aptitude trainers committed and dedicated to develop in students, communication and leadership skills, value setting abilities, critical thinking aptitude and the capacity to work with others in common enterprise. The placement officer and his team along with the HODâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s and Placement Coordinators of various departments strive to impart the necessary training to the students so that they are well â&#x20AC;&#x201C; prepared for campus recruitments .Continuous feedback from the industry and students help in shaping up the placements process. An Elegant and conductive ambience for campus interviews are established with a board room and 6 well furnished rooms. New recruiters as well as recruiters in niche segments visit the campus for recruiting fresh talents. Training is designed to aid students in their preparation for recruitment .All students go through personality development course to enhance their communication, verbal and logical reasoning abilities .Students from all walks of life find this beneficial as it links their academics with employability skills .Students take a nationality reputed psychometrics adaptive test ,a detailed report of which gives them an analysis of their employability traits and areas for improvement. This enables the students to focus on their strengths and improve on areas for growth.

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An exclusive student’s council comprising of representatives of students of final and prefinal year take up the role in Liaisoning the activities of the department to the fellow students ensuring an ever-ready attitude among them. To prepare the prefinal and final year students ,Industry –ready and Tech-savvy,an exclusive syllabus pertaining to training is framed and a three period slot in the regular time table is allocated of which, an hour and fifteen minutes is dedicated to soft skill class and the remaining time is utilized for aptitude training. Apart from the regular curriculum, rigorous training programmes are planned for eligible students for placements by inviting domain experts from reputed MNC’s like INFOSYS and also to kindle the talents and dormant creativities of students ,motivational programmes by value mentors like Vijay TV Gopinath’s M/S VIJAY TALKSHOP ACADEMY are initiated .Moreover , MOU’s like Infosys “Campus Connect Programme” will ensure students to gain entry into Global IT Companies in near future. Basic comprehensive sessions on aptitude and personality development are carried out along with academic curriculum from I semester onwards .Special training to prepare students for IAS,UPSC, CAT,GATE,GMAT,TOEFL & BEC exam is also made available in the campus. The department has set several laudable objectives and our thrust towards employability of students beyond curriculum will continue unabated, even in training the first and second year students and molding them to respond them to respond to the emerging needs of the society. 14. ACADEMIC PRIZES To encourage academic performance of the students, the following merit prizes are awarded by the management. 1. For the top three positions in the First year. 2. For the top three positions in University Examinations in each branch of study in the college. a. In the Second Year (Third & Fourth Semesters) b. In the Third Year (Fifth & Sixth Semesters) c. In the Final year (Seventh & Eighth Semesters) 65

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3. For the overall top three positions in the B.E., Degree Examinations of the University 14.1 NORMS FOR ACADEMIC PRIZES To recognize excellence in academic performance by the student and to encourage and give incentive for greater efforts by them in their studies the management has instituted the following merit prizes. 1. For the top three positions in the First year. i) The students should have passed all the written papers and the practical’s in his / her first registered attempt. ii) Aggregate of the marks secured by a student in all the written papers and the practical’s shall be the basis for ascertaining the positions. 2. For the top three positions in the Second Year (Third and Fourth Semester B.E.,) Examinations of the University in each branch of study in the college i) The Students should have passed all the written papers and the practical’s of the Third and Fourth Semester B.E., Examination of the relevant branch in his/her first registered attempt. ii) The Students should have passed all the written papers and the practical’s of the first B.E., University Examinations. iii) The aggregate marks secured by the students in the Third and Fourth Semester B.E., Examinations including practical’s, in the relevant branch shall be the basis for ascertaining the positions. 3. For the top three positions in each branch of study, of the Third Year (Fifth and Sixth Semester B.E.,) Examinations of the University i) The Students should have passed all the written papers and practical’s of the Fifth and Sixth Semester B.E., Examination of the relevant branch in his/her first registered attempt. ii) The students should have also passed all the written papers and practicals of the First year as well as the Third and Fourth Semester Examinations of the University. iii) Aggregate of marks secured by the students in the Fifth and Sixth Semester Examinations, including practical’s shall be the basis for ascertaining the positions. 4. For the top three positions in the Final year (Seventh and Eighth Semester B.E.,) Examinations, in 66

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each branch of study of the University i) The students should have passed all the written papers and practical of the Seventh and Eighth Semester Examinations in the relevant branch in his/her first registered attempt. ii) The Students should have also passed all the written paper and practicals of all the Examinations upto the Sixth Semester iii) The aggregate of marks secured by the students in the seventh and Eighth Semester Examinations, including practicals shall be the basis for ascertaining the positions. 5. For the overall top three positions in the B.E., Degree Examinations of the University in each branch of study. I) The students should have fulfilled all the requirements for the award of B.E., Degree in the relevant branch of study. ii) The students should have passed all the papers of the University Examinations (excluding First Year) including practicals in his/her first registered attempt. ii) Aggregate of marks secured by the students in all the paper and practicalâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s of the Third, Fourth, Fifth, Sixth, Seventh and. Eighth Semester University Examinations including practical shall be the basis for ascertaining the positions. 15. SCHOLARSHIPS and AWARDS The vision of Maluk Education and charitable trust is impart technical education to the socially ,educationally and economically backward communities .To fulfill this vision ,M.A.M.C.E has sponsored 14 students of actor Suryaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Agaram foundation as on academic year ending 2012-2013 to pursue their studies through scholarships. The management has agreed to give 15 seats under this scheme for this academic year. Further concessions in fees are provided to many students who have done extremely well in various domains of learning, Sports etc and for those who are hailing from poor financial background. The management offers scholarships, teaching and research assistance to meritorious and deserving students and faculty.

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16. RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT MAMCE strongly believe that Education and research forms two sides of the coin molding our students to obtain knowledgeable degree. To bring a cultural change in the minds of our faculty and students to pursue active and qualitative research, M.A.M. Research development and Design Centre (MRDDC) was established during May 2011. M.A.M. Research development and Design Centre, has been established to catalyze proactive applied research to solve industry’s technical problems and is positioned to address and contribute to the market and society needs. The Goals of the research centre are to, 

Publish papers in referred international journals and conference.

File patent applications with multi-national research labs.

Assert relationship with multi-national research labs.

Submit proposals to federal funding agencies.

The research centre works in a proactive manner to lay a foundation for work in a particular area and based on this foundational work, submits concrete proposals to corporate R&D labs and government funding agencies ,The research centre is keen to offer applied research and development services and explicitly demonstrate the value added. Dr.Mohideen Ibramsha, former professor of IIT Delhi is the Dean – Research & Development and guides in applying the development research idea for patenting. Anna University Chennai has recognized M.A.M. College of Engineering to be centre for research in all areas of engineering and management studies. 17. SPORTS, GAMES, EXTRA & CO-CURRICULAR FACILITIES The College encourages, the students to participate in sports / Games and other extra and cocurricular activities for their personality development. There are facilities in the college for outdoor games and sports such as Foot Ball, Hockey, Volley Ball, Ball-Badminton, Basket Ball, kabbaddi, Tennis, Cricket and Indoor games.

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All students are enrolled in professional Bodies like IE, ISTE, CSI, IEEE, IETE, Students are encouraged to conduct seminars in the college through the departmental professional societies and associations, participate and present papers in seminars / conferences conducted by other institutions and also to publish papers in Journals and Magazines, in all the 8 semesters (6 semesters for lateral). Facilities for Overhead projectors and LCDs are provided. They are encouraged to undergo training in industries and carry out projects of practical values to industry and society. They are also encouraged to participate in literary, cultural, artistic and other programmes in the campus and in other institutions. There are several Clubs that provide an opportunity for social work and personality development, such as NSS, Leo Club, Personality Development Club, Students Exnora, Rotaract Shakthi Girls Club, Gender Club and Rotaract Boys Club.

â&#x20AC;&#x153;Intelligence plus Character, that is goal of true educationâ&#x20AC;?

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