page-loader

Back to Departments

M.E. Applied Electronics

M.E. Applied Electronics

Vision

To equip future engineers with high academic knowledge, ethical values, leadership skills and a passion to contribute to the society.

Mission

  • To provide quality and contemporary education in Electronics and Communication Engineering through continuous upgradation of Curriculum and laboratory facilities, industrial collaboration and effective teaching learning process.
  • To facilitate research activities and entrepreneurship skills to cope up with the changes in industrial demand and meet the global and societal needs.
  • To inculcate professional attitude and ethical values.

Department Highlights

  • Syllabus benchmarked with AICTE model curriculum, premier institutions and various foreign universities.
  • Feedback is obtained from Alumni and Employers for the enhancement of Teaching Learning Process for the betterment of students.
  • Motivating the students to enroll in online certification courses like Edx, Coursera, MIT, NPTEL, Spoken Tutorials, and so on.
  • Forming Special Interest Groups involving faculty with talented students and applying for Funded Projects.
  • To improve the R&D activities, Publication by each faculty in high impact and indexed journal is recommended. Publications Carry credits.
  • Encouraging the students to be members of various Professional Societies and organizing events in the societies like IEEE/ISTE.
  • Organizing Industrial visits and motivating them to attend In-plant training during the semester holidays.
  • Several Internship facilities are provided to students, of which many are converted into placements.
  • The department also conducts workshops, symposia and faculty development programs regularly for improving the teaching and learning quality.
    Each faculty mentors of a group of 20 to 25 students. They continuously monitor, counsel, guide and motivate the students in all academic matters.

HOD’s Desk

 

Dr.S.Sasipriya

HOD (ECE)

  • I Dr. S. Sasipriya Professor & Head, Department of electronics and Communication Engineering welcome you to the department and we shall have a short insight about ECE.
  • The department has highly experienced dedicated faculty members and well equipped laboratories. We believe that our students have been well accepted in their job profiles and have consistently exceeded expectations of the corporate world. The department regularly organizes the expert/guest lecturers to cover content beyond curriculum and organizes the activities for student personality and professional development. The curriculum is taught by a distinguished faculty combining academic excellence and real-world experience with dedication and commitment. Tremendously our students are motivated to do MOCC courses in world standard platforms such us Coursera, Google, Udacity, NPTEL, Udemy, Alison and so on. Students are regularly encouraged to participate in different hackathon events, through which our students have won first prize in consecutive years of SIH (Smart India Hackathon) and various hack events.

Faculty List

S.NOName of the FacultyQualificationDesignationDOJNature of Association
1.Dr.S.SophiaM.E., Ph.DProfessor & Dean23.09.2009Regular
2.Dr. S. SasipriyaM.E., Ph.DProfessor& Head05.10.2016Regular
3.Dr.A.Albert RajM.E., Ph.DProfessor08.05.2019Regular
4.Dr.M.KarpagamM.E., Ph.DProfessor01.06.2000Regular
5.Dr.D.Mohana GeethaM.E., Ph.DProfessor02.06.2020Regular
6.Dr.C.Thirumarai SelviM.E., Ph.DProfessor13.06.2007Regular
7.Dr.V.NandalalM.E., Ph.DProfessor02.06.2008Regular
8.Dr.V.R.BalajiM.E., Ph.DProfessor27.12.2007Regular
9.Dr.J.RejinaParvinM.E., Ph.DAssociate Professor01.06.2021Regular
10.Dr.B.Maruthi ShankarM.E., Ph.DAssociate Professor03.06.2019Regular
11.Dr.R.Senthil GaneshM.E., Ph.DAssociate Professor02.06.2020Regular
12.Dr.T.Joby TitusM.E., Ph.DAssociate Professor18.05.2023Regular
13.Dr.G.RanjithamM.E., Ph.DAssociate Professor04.05.2023Regular
14.Dr.D.SangeethaM.E., Ph.DAssociate Professor02.06.2020Regular
15.Dr.S.Jayanthi SreeM.E., Ph.DAssociate Professor01.07.2019Regular
16.Dr.M.RamkumarM.E., Ph.DAssociate Professor01.06.2013Regular
17.Dr.V.KarthikM.E., Ph.DAssociate Professor01.06.2012Regular
18.Dr.S.P.PremnathM.E., Ph.DAssistant Professor01.02.2018Regular
19.Dr.K.R.Siva BharathiM.E., Ph.DAssistant Professor19.12.2012Regular
20.Dr.S.P.CowsiganM.Tech., Ph.DAssistant Professor03.05.2023Regular
21.Dr.S.M.Asha BanuM.E., Ph.DAssistant Professor25.05.2016Regular
22.Ms. N.KalaivaniM.EAssociate Professor09.06.2004Regular
23.Ms.D.DeviM.EAssociate Professor01.11.2006Regular
24.Ms.K.SuriyaM.EAssociate Professor01.06.2007Regular
25.Ms.Vanitha UM.TechAssociate Professor04.06. 2018Regular
26.Mr.R.Sarath KumarM.EAssistant Professor25.06.2012Regular
27.Ms.D.V.SoundariM.EAssistant Professor18.01.2013Regular
28.Mr.N.GirinathM.EAssistant Professor01.06.2015Regular
29.Mr.C.VisvesvaranM.EAssistant Professor01.06.2015Regular
30.Ms.G.SaranyaM.EAssistant Professor03.06.2015Regular
31.Ms.B.AnishfathimaM.EAssistant Professor08.06.2015Regular
32.Ms.H.Muneera BegumM.EAssistant Professor01.07.2015Regular
33.Mr. S.P. KarthiM.EAssistant Professor06.05.2016Regular
34.Ms. N. NanthiniM.EAssistant Professor22.06.2016Regular
35.Ms. D.A. JaneeraM.EAssistant Professor23.06.2016Regular
36.Ms.D.Ruth Anita ShirleyM.EAssistant Professor15.05.2017Regular
37.Ms.K.PriyadharsiniM.EAssistant Professor15.05.2017Regular
38.Mr.J.R.Dinesh KumarM.EAssistant Professor15.05.2017Regular
39.Ms.M.Benedict TephilaM.EAssistant Professor03.06.2019Regular
40.Mr.R.NiranjanaM.EAssistant Professor01.06.2021Regular

Students Benefitted from MOUs

S.No.List of MoUsNumber of Students Benefitted
1Heterogeneous Communication Technologies Pvt Ltd2
2Delta Power Solutions India Private Limited60
3NIELIT, Chennai Centre68
4Telecom Sector Skill Council (TSSC)62
5International Journal of Advanced Research Trends in Engineering and Technology (IJARTET), ACE Publications41
6BSNL193
7Virtusa Inc33
8EMUGRO Learning Solutions53
9Test and Verification Solutions (A Subsidiary of Tessolve Semiconductor)98
10Capgemini Technology Services69
11Silicon Technologies113
12Frankson Appliances128

The digital lab facilitates the students with Digital trainer kits and Digital IC testers for practical implementations of Digital circuits

The electronics lab has function generators, pulse generators and IC trainer kits to have practical realizations of electronic circuits

The communication lab has DSOs, CROs, signal generators to verify the basic communication blocks and systems

The microprocessor lab helps the students o work in 8085 microcontrollers and 8051 microprocessors thus ending up in practical experiments

The microwave lab facilitates the students with Microwave test bench, Antenna kit and Fiber Optic Trainer kit thus aiding the students to have practical realizations of Microwave circuits

The VLSI lab has Microwind, Xilinx Software, MATLAB 7, ARM 7, ESA MCB51, Tanner Tool, Spartan and Universal Demo Kits to help the students to do various VLSI implementations.

The DSP lab provides the students the tools like MATLAB 7, TMS320C6713 DSP Starter Kit, Netsim and Data Communication Trainer Kit to practically implement signal processing algorithms.

The PG lab has MATLAB tool so that the students can simulate all the communication networks and blocks

Embedded System lab aids the students to work in various platforms of embedded and Integrated devices

Program Outcomes

At the time of their graduation students of Electronics and Communication Engineering Programme should be in possession of the following Programme Outcomes

  • PO1: Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and Electronics and Communication engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
  • PO2: Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
  • PO3: Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
  • PO4: Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
  • PO5: Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations
  • PO6: The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
  • PO7: Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
  • PO8: Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
  • PO9: Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
  • PO10: Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
  • PO11: Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
  • PO12: Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

Programme Educational Objectives

The following Programme Educational Objectives are designed based on the department mission

  • PEO1: Exhibit technical competence in Electronics and Communication Engineering by providing innovative engineering solutions and excel in professional career.
  • PEO2: Indulge in problem identification, analysis and formulation to provide technically superior, economically feasible, environmentally compatible and socially acceptable design solutions.
  • PEO3: Contribute towards entrepreneurship and research, and exercise leadership through effective communication, teamwork and knowledge upgradation through lifelong learning.

Programme Specific Outcomes

On successful completion of Bachelor of Engineering in Electronics and Communication Engineering Programme from Sri Krishna College of Engineering and Technology, the graduate will demonstrate:

  • PSO1: Potential to analyse, design, synthesize and provide technical solutions in the field of VLSI, Embedded Systems and Communication Networks.
  • PSO2: Emerge as ethical leaders, excel in research, engage in lifelong learning, pursue entrepreneurship and contribute towards the field of Electronics and Communication Engineering.

M.E. Applied Electronics

About the Department

The Electronics and Communication (ECE) field involves the practical application of science and mathematics to address challenges in electronics and communication systems. Established in 1998, the ECE department offers both undergraduate and postgraduate degree programs, including a Master’s in Applied Electronics. The department accommodates 207 students and boasts skilled faculties. It holds recognition from Anna University as a Research Centre, with 24 successful Ph.D. graduates. Noteworthy companies such as Amazon, Silicon Labs, Tejas Network, and others frequent our campus for placements, extending attractive packages. ECE graduates find roles such as Design Engineers, ASIC Engineer Trainees, Embedded Engineers, and Network Support Engineers in domains like Circuit Design, Wireless Communications, VLSI, Robotics, and more. The department sponsors clubs like the Astronomy Club, UAV & UGV Club, and Hobby Club, promoting active engagement. Students are also encouraged to join professional organizations such as IEEE and ISTE.
View Program Outcomes >

Vision

To equip future engineers with high academic knowledge, ethical values, leadership skills and a passion to contribute to the society.

Mission

  • To provide quality and contemporary education in Electronics and Communication Engineering through continuous upgradation of Curriculum and laboratory facilities, industrial collaboration and effective teaching learning process.
  • To facilitate research activities and entrepreneurship skills to cope up with the changes in industrial demand and meet the global and societal needs.
  • To inculcate professional attitude and ethical values.

Department Highlights

  • Syllabus benchmarked with AICTE model curriculum, premier institutions and various foreign universities.
  • Feedback is obtained from Alumni and Employers for the enhancement of Teaching Learning Process for the betterment of students.
  • Motivating the students to enroll in online certification courses like Edx, Coursera, MIT, NPTEL, Spoken Tutorials, and so on.
  • Forming Special Interest Groups involving faculty with talented students and applying for Funded Projects.
  • To improve the R&D activities, Publication by each faculty in high impact and indexed journal is recommended. Publications Carry credits.
  • Encouraging the students to be members of various Professional Societies and organizing events in the societies like IEEE/ISTE.
  • Organizing Industrial visits and motivating them to attend In-plant training during the semester holidays.
  • Several Internship facilities are provided to students, of which many are converted into placements.
  • The department also conducts workshops, symposia and faculty development programs regularly for improving the teaching and learning quality.
    Each faculty mentors of a group of 20 to 25 students. They continuously monitor, counsel, guide and motivate the students in all academic matters.

HOD’s Desk

 

Dr.S.Sasipriya

HOD (ECE)

  • I Dr. S. Sasipriya Professor & Head, Department of electronics and Communication Engineering welcome you to the department and we shall have a short insight about ECE.
  • The department has highly experienced dedicated faculty members and well equipped laboratories. We believe that our students have been well accepted in their job profiles and have consistently exceeded expectations of the corporate world. The department regularly organizes the expert/guest lecturers to cover content beyond curriculum and organizes the activities for student personality and professional development. The curriculum is taught by a distinguished faculty combining academic excellence and real-world experience with dedication and commitment. Tremendously our students are motivated to do MOCC courses in world standard platforms such us Coursera, Google, Udacity, NPTEL, Udemy, Alison and so on. Students are regularly encouraged to participate in different hackathon events, through which our students have won first prize in consecutive years of SIH (Smart India Hackathon) and various hack events.

Faculty List

S.NOName of the FacultyQualificationDesignationDOJNature of Association
1.Dr.S.SophiaM.E., Ph.DProfessor & Dean23.09.2009Regular
2.Dr. S. SasipriyaM.E., Ph.DProfessor& Head05.10.2016Regular
3.Dr.A.Albert RajM.E., Ph.DProfessor08.05.2019Regular
4.Dr.M.KarpagamM.E., Ph.DProfessor01.06.2000Regular
5.Dr.D.Mohana GeethaM.E., Ph.DProfessor02.06.2020Regular
6.Dr.C.Thirumarai SelviM.E., Ph.DProfessor13.06.2007Regular
7.Dr.V.NandalalM.E., Ph.DProfessor02.06.2008Regular
8.Dr.V.R.BalajiM.E., Ph.DProfessor27.12.2007Regular
9.Dr.J.RejinaParvinM.E., Ph.DAssociate Professor01.06.2021Regular
10.Dr.B.Maruthi ShankarM.E., Ph.DAssociate Professor03.06.2019Regular
11.Dr.R.Senthil GaneshM.E., Ph.DAssociate Professor02.06.2020Regular
12.Dr.T.Joby TitusM.E., Ph.DAssociate Professor18.05.2023Regular
13.Dr.G.RanjithamM.E., Ph.DAssociate Professor04.05.2023Regular
14.Dr.D.SangeethaM.E., Ph.DAssociate Professor02.06.2020Regular
15.Dr.S.Jayanthi SreeM.E., Ph.DAssociate Professor01.07.2019Regular
16.Dr.M.RamkumarM.E., Ph.DAssociate Professor01.06.2013Regular
17.Dr.V.KarthikM.E., Ph.DAssociate Professor01.06.2012Regular
18.Dr.S.P.PremnathM.E., Ph.DAssistant Professor01.02.2018Regular
19.Dr.K.R.Siva BharathiM.E., Ph.DAssistant Professor19.12.2012Regular
20.Dr.S.P.CowsiganM.Tech., Ph.DAssistant Professor03.05.2023Regular
21.Dr.S.M.Asha BanuM.E., Ph.DAssistant Professor25.05.2016Regular
22.Ms. N.KalaivaniM.EAssociate Professor09.06.2004Regular
23.Ms.D.DeviM.EAssociate Professor01.11.2006Regular
24.Ms.K.SuriyaM.EAssociate Professor01.06.2007Regular
25.Ms.Vanitha UM.TechAssociate Professor04.06. 2018Regular
26.Mr.R.Sarath KumarM.EAssistant Professor25.06.2012Regular
27.Ms.D.V.SoundariM.EAssistant Professor18.01.2013Regular
28.Mr.N.GirinathM.EAssistant Professor01.06.2015Regular
29.Mr.C.VisvesvaranM.EAssistant Professor01.06.2015Regular
30.Ms.G.SaranyaM.EAssistant Professor03.06.2015Regular
31.Ms.B.AnishfathimaM.EAssistant Professor08.06.2015Regular
32.Ms.H.Muneera BegumM.EAssistant Professor01.07.2015Regular
33.Mr. S.P. KarthiM.EAssistant Professor06.05.2016Regular
34.Ms. N. NanthiniM.EAssistant Professor22.06.2016Regular
35.Ms. D.A. JaneeraM.EAssistant Professor23.06.2016Regular
36.Ms.D.Ruth Anita ShirleyM.EAssistant Professor15.05.2017Regular
37.Ms.K.PriyadharsiniM.EAssistant Professor15.05.2017Regular
38.Mr.J.R.Dinesh KumarM.EAssistant Professor15.05.2017Regular
39.Ms.M.Benedict TephilaM.EAssistant Professor03.06.2019Regular
40.Mr.R.NiranjanaM.EAssistant Professor01.06.2021Regular

Club Activities

View Club Activities

 

Placements

Our resolute commitment to cultivating future leaders is reflected in our exceptional placement records, underscoring the quality of education and professional readiness our graduates embody.

View Placements

Students Benefitted from MOUs

S.No.List of MoUsNumber of Students Benefitted
1Heterogeneous Communication Technologies Pvt Ltd2
2Delta Power Solutions India Private Limited60
3NIELIT, Chennai Centre68
4Telecom Sector Skill Council (TSSC)62
5International Journal of Advanced Research Trends in Engineering and Technology (IJARTET), ACE Publications41
6BSNL193
7Virtusa Inc33
8EMUGRO Learning Solutions53
9Test and Verification Solutions (A Subsidiary of Tessolve Semiconductor)98
10Capgemini Technology Services69
11Silicon Technologies113
12Frankson Appliances128

Research And Development

View Research And Development

PhD Supervisor List

S.NOName of the SupervisorDesignationSupervisor IDArea of SpecialisationPh.D. Scholars Count - CompletedPh.D. Scholars Count - Pursuing
1.Dr.S.SophiaProfessor & Dean (RDRA)2640042Wireless Networks, Digital Image Processing99
2.Dr.S.SasipriyaProfessor & Head2140303Information and Communication/Wireless Communication69
3.Dr.A.Albert RajProfessor2740163VLSI, Image Processing36
4.Dr.D.Mohana GeethaProfessor2540084Optical Communication, Computer Networking Protocols, Antennas24
5.Dr.V.NandalalProfessor2840060Communication Systems, Networks, Signal Processing, RF and Microwave Antenna36
6.Dr.V.R.BalajiProfessor4140046Signal Processing, Antenna Design, Computer Networks, IoT--
7.Dr.J.Rejina ParvinAssociate Professor3540010Wireless Sensor Networks, Wireless Networks, MANET-1
8.Dr.M.RamkumarAssociate Professor4190019Biomedical Signal Processing, Biomedical Image Processing, Machine Learning, Digital and Optical Communication--

Research Scholars

View Research Scholars

 

Magazine

View Magazine

Events

View Events

Digital Laboratory

The digital lab facilitates the students with Digital trainer kits and Digital IC testers for practical implementations of Digital circuits

Electronics Laboratory
The electronics lab has function generators, pulse generators and IC trainer kits to have practical realizations of electronic circuits
Communication Laboratory

The communication lab has DSOs, CROs, signal generators to verify the basic communication blocks and systems

Microprocessor Laboratory

The microprocessor lab helps the students o work in 8085 microcontrollers and 8051 microprocessors thus ending up in practical experiments

RF, Optical Lab & Microwave Laboratory

The microwave lab facilitates the students with Microwave test bench, Antenna kit and Fiber Optic Trainer kit thus aiding the students to have practical realizations of Microwave circuits

VLSI Laboratory

The VLSI lab has Microwind, Xilinx Software, MATLAB 7, ARM 7, ESA MCB51, Tanner Tool, Spartan and Universal Demo Kits to help the students to do various VLSI implementations.

Digital Signal Processing Laboratory

The DSP lab provides the students the tools like MATLAB 7, TMS320C6713 DSP Starter Kit, Netsim and Data Communication Trainer Kit to practically implement signal processing algorithms.

Research and Project Laboratory

The PG lab has MATLAB tool so that the students can simulate all the communication networks and blocks

Embedded Systems Laboratory
Embedded System lab aids the students to work in various platforms of embedded and Integrated devices

Hackathon Awards

At SKCET, commitment to academic excellence and innovation forms the cornerstone of our educational philosophy. Beyond mastering engineering intricacies, our students contribute to technological frontiers through groundbreaking patents, exemplifying their dedication to pushing boundaries.

This commitment extends to competitive arenas, where our students consistently shine in hackathons, showcasing their ability to innovate under pressure.

View Hackathon Awards

NBA – Self-Assessment Report (SAR)

View NBA – Self-Assessment Report (SAR)

Program Outcomes

At the time of their graduation students of Electronics and Communication Engineering Programme should be in possession of the following Programme Outcomes

  • PO1: Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and Electronics and Communication engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
  • PO2: Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
  • PO3: Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
  • PO4: Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
  • PO5: Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations
  • PO6: The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
  • PO7: Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
  • PO8: Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
  • PO9: Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
  • PO10: Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
  • PO11: Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
  • PO12: Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

Programme Educational Objectives

The following Programme Educational Objectives are designed based on the department mission

  • PEO1: Exhibit technical competence in Electronics and Communication Engineering by providing innovative engineering solutions and excel in professional career.
  • PEO2: Indulge in problem identification, analysis and formulation to provide technically superior, economically feasible, environmentally compatible and socially acceptable design solutions.
  • PEO3: Contribute towards entrepreneurship and research, and exercise leadership through effective communication, teamwork and knowledge upgradation through lifelong learning.

Programme Specific Outcomes

On successful completion of Bachelor of Engineering in Electronics and Communication Engineering Programme from Sri Krishna College of Engineering and Technology, the graduate will demonstrate:

  • PSO1: Potential to analyse, design, synthesize and provide technical solutions in the field of VLSI, Embedded Systems and Communication Networks.
  • PSO2: Emerge as ethical leaders, excel in research, engage in lifelong learning, pursue entrepreneurship and contribute towards the field of Electronics and Communication Engineering.

CO-PO Attainment

View CO-PO Attainment

Students Achievements

Aakash and Madhan Kumar of III-year ECE, Won first Prize in Hack-o-Holics, A national level hackathon conducted by St. Joseph College of Engineering

Ms. Kavya and Ms. Lakshmi Priya of IV ECE has demonstrated their project work titled “SMART HONEY BEE COLLECTING SYSTEMS” to Hon’ble. Thiru R. N. Ravi, Governor of Tamil Nadu at G-20 Event held at SKCET

Ms. Nikitha and Ms. Lakshmi Priya of IV ECE has won 1st prize in FEISTA- Natioanl Level Hackathon conducted by KPR Institutions

Mr. Vipin, Mr. Sudhagar, Ms. Varsha of II Year ECE participated in E-bike design contest as part of Collaborative Learning and bagged first prize in E-Bike event held at Hindustan Institutions

Ms. Swathi M. Nair and Ms. Thrisha of IV ECE won first prize in SHIH, 23 – Hardware edition hackathon and bagged cash prize of 1Lakh. This work is the part of collaborative work with Mechanical Department and also received 1L from Management. Collaborative Learning – SIH-Hardware -2022 Award

Mr. Madhan Kumar, Ms. Jaiveena, Ms. Hemadharshan and Ms. Ilakiya of III ECE won first prize in hackathon and project contest at National level conducted by Sona College of Engineering

Mr. Dharnidharan and team of III ECE won first prize in Project contest conducted by Department of ECE, Sri Ramakrishna College of Engineering

Mr. Aaksh and team of III ECE students won Second prize in hackathon and project contest at National level conducted by Sona College of Engineering

Ms. D. Kavya and Ms. Pooja of III ECE has won 1st prize in FEISTA- Natioanl Level Hackathon conducted by KPR Institutions

Ms. Nandhana of II ECE has won 1st prize in Project Presentation contest conducted by Department of ECE, NGP institutions

Ms. Padmapriya of III ECE has won 1st prize in National Level Hackathon conducted by VSB Group of Institutions

Ms. Pooja of III ECE has won 1st prize in Photography contest conducted by Sri Ramakrishna Institute of technology

Mr. Lokesh Kumar of III ECE has won 1st prize in Coding contest conducted by Sri Ramakrishna Institute of technology

Mr. Aakash and team from of III ECE students participated in SIH-22, Hardware hackathon conducted by AICTE, Govt of India.

Mr. Madhan Kumar, IV ECE participated and demonstrated his project work in IIC – Ambassador Annual Event held at New Delhi