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Science and Humanities

About

The Department of Science and Humanities ensures great learning experience to students. The prime motto of the department is to provide a conceptual base in Basic Sciences, which lay the foundation of different branches of engineering and technology. The department is headed by Dr. A. Indhuleka strengthened by a team of 58 competent faculty members of which 24 of them are Doctorates. The department offers a conducive environment with a galaxy of highly dedicated faculty members, to enable the students to avail and reap maximum benefit of the resources and pool of amenities at their disperse. Apart from the regular classes the department organizes multifaceted activities for students to keep them in pace with innovation and technology and to elevate students to face challenges with an optimistic approach.

Vision

To impart knowledge in mathematical thinking, technological excellence in basic sciences and communication skills along with strong ethical values.

Mission

  • To apply mathematical knowledge to solve complex engineering problems and to design mathematical modelling for systems.
  • To offer academically advanced skills and innovative knowledge in maximising student’s abilities in all aspects of basic sciences.
  • To develop self confidence through inculcating a positive attitude with relevant skills to meet the challenges of the competitive world.

Department Highlights

  • Sri Krishna College of Engineering and Technology has a strong focus on excellence in education, research and promotion of Innovation. Many programs are conducted to improve the background and competence of the students by enhancing soft skills, analytical abilities, problem solving capabilities, cognitive and leadership qualities.
  • A number of challenging activities like Faculty Developing Programmes, Symposiums, Paper presentations, Specialized Workshops, Hands on training and Guest Lecturers are conducted for students and faculty members.
  • Technical symposium – “Krishinnov” is conducted which fascinates students through highly entertaining and enlightening lectures. Apart from these activities students are sent for paper presentations.
  • Hands on training is conducted for the students which will help them to perform certain aspect of a task themselves
  • In order to empower creative and cognitive skills, many activities like snap talk, technical quiz, soft skill training, online test are carried out. A separate snap talk hour is allotted to the students and the students are asked to do snap talk on any one of the interesting topics. This will assist the students to come out of their stage fear and their confidence level is also improved.
  • Technical quiz and online tests are conducted to enrich student’s cognitive skills. Our institution follows activity based learning which facilitates a better understanding of the subject by encouraging the student to complete the tasks at hand.
  • Extended hour activity is conducted every day for the students to improve their creative skills. Various clubs like science club, fitness club, fine arts club, English literary club, Kamban Tamil mandram are conducted on a regular basis to tap the innate potential of the students.
  • Seminar day is conducted for the students to inculcate the habit of doing presentations. All these activities helped to empower the creativity and cognitive skills of students.
  • Tutorial Sessions are conducted for weak students in subjects with poor performance
  • Campus Online Software is used for attendance and academic updates of each student for providing detailed information to the parents pertaining to attendance, CIA marks, etc of their ward at their desktop.
  • Parent-Teacher Meetings have been put into practice to ascertain the need of the parents’ co-operation with teachers in bringing out the expected performance of the students.

HOD’s Desk

 

Dr. A. Indhuleka

HOD (S&H)

  • The Department of Science and Humanities is headed by Dr.A.Indhuleka. Her Masters Degree and Doctoral degree are from Avinashilingam University for Women. With more than 23 years of teaching service in both undergraduate and post graduate levels, she has a number of research papers, technical journals, book publications and projects to her credit. Her area of specialisation is Biochemistry.
  • Her goal is to harness the vast potential of students, hone their skills to perfection and sculpt them as professional leaders with high academic aptitude through a learner-centric system and advanced pedagogic methods. This has helped to inculcate a mindset among the students that prepares them for the challenging technical world. Under her guidance the Department of Science and Humanities strives for increasing the knowledge, enhancing the critical thinking, ability to change information into knowledge and power of analysing the things technically of each and every individual of ever changing society through students.

Faculty List

S.NOName of the FacultyQualificationDesignationFaculty ID
1Dr. A. IndhulekaM.Sc., PhD., PGDNBT., PGDBIProfessor and HeadSH14094
2Dr. A. ShobanaM.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.DProfessorMA08046
3Dr. A. KarthikaM.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.DProfessorSH17159
4Dr. A. MohanrajM.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.D., PGDCAProfessorSH14104
5Ms. N. SrideviM.Sc., M.PhilAssociate ProfessorMA06034
6Mr. K. PandiyanM.Sc., M. Phil., (Ph.D)Associate ProfessorMA09053
7Mr. B. KalinsM.sc., B.Ed., M. Phil., (Ph.D)Associate ProfessorAS09084
8Dr. R. RameshM.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.DProfessorSH19165
9Dr. D. VidhyaM.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.DProfessorSH19167
10Ms. A. JayapradhaM.Sc., M. Phil., (Ph.D)Assistant ProfessorAS08059
11Dr. D. AnandakumarM.Sc., B.Ed., M. Phil., Ph.DAssistant ProfessorSH12073
12Dr. K. RajalakshmiM.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.DAssistant ProfessorSH13091
13Mr. S. PradeepM.Sc., B.Ed., M. Phil.,(Ph.D)Assistant ProfessorSH14095
14Dr. E. KaruppusamyM.Sc., B.Ed., M. Phil., Ph.DAssistant ProfessorSH14092
15Ms. B. LogapriyaM.Sc., M.Ed., M.Phil., (Ph.D)Assistant ProfessorSH15108
16Ms. P. RevathyM.Sc., M.Phil., (Ph.D)Assistant ProfessorSH17162
17Ms. N. PreethiM.Sc., M.Phil., (Ph.D)Assistant ProfessorSH17165
18Mr. K. KumarM.Sc., B.Ed., M. Phil., (Ph.D)Assistant ProfessorSH17166
19Ms. D. ThangamaniM.Sc., M.PhilAssistant ProfessorSH17206
20Dr. R. SureshM.Sc., B.Ed., M. Phil., Ph.DAssistant ProfessorSH18151
21Dr. A. P. LavanyaM.Sc., Ph.DAssistant ProfessorSH19169
22Ms. N. SubashiniM.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.DAssociate ProfessorSH19168
23Ms. S. MahalakshmiM.Sc., M.PhilAssistant ProfessorSH19152
24Dr. I. PradeepM.Sc., M.Phil., B.Ed., Ph.DAssociate ProfessorSH11058
25Ms. K. KalaivaniM.Sc., M.Phil., (Ph.D)Assistant ProfessorSH12077
26Ms. L. JayanthiM.Sc., M.PhilAssistant ProfessorSH12079
27Mr. C. ArunpaulM.Sc., M.Phil., (Ph.D)Assistant ProfessorSH13090
28Ms. R. PriyadharsiniM.Sc., M. Phil., (Ph.D)Assistant ProfessorSH18156
29Dr. J. JayaprakashM.Sc., Ph.DAssistant ProfessorSH18162
30Dr. S. PackiarajM.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.DAssociate ProfessorSH16134
31Dr. M. JeyarajM.Sc., B.Ed., Ph.DAssociate ProfessorSH11062
32Dr. M. SangeethaM.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.DAssistant ProfessorSH18152
33Dr. K. ChandrasekaranM.Sc., MS., Ph.DAssociate ProfessorSH18157
34Dr. K. Banu PriyaM.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.DAssociate ProfessorSH18161
35Dr. A. PadmaM.Sc., Ph.DAssistant ProfessorSH18164
36Dr. R.Suraj BegumMA., M.Phil., Ph.DProfessorSH08046
37Dr. A. AmuthaMA., M.Phil., B.Ed., Ph.DAssociate professorSH17179
38Ms. G. Rohini SelvanayagiMA., M.PhilAssistant ProfessorSH15096
39Dr. T. AnithaMA., M.Phil, M.Ed., Ph.DAssistant ProfessorSH17199
40Ms. Mary FabiolaMA., B.Ed., (Ph.D)Assistant ProfessorSH18160
41Ms. Lavanya AMA., M.PhilAssistant ProfessorSH19182
42Ms. C. ShylinMA., (Ph.D)Assistant ProfessorSH20079
43Ms. Subathra.PMA., M.PhilAssistant ProfessorSH20081
44Ms. N. PriyaMA., M.PhilAssistant ProfessorSH20103
45Dr. V .Ritu PriyadharshiniMA., Ph.DAssistant ProfessorSH20082
46Ms. Joshina RozarioMA., M.Phil.,Assistant ProfessorSH21085
47Ms. Antonitta Eileen PiousMCA., M.Phil., (Ph.D)Assistant ProfessorMA17053
48Ms. C. SoundaryaveniMCAAssistant ProfessorMA17054
49Ms. E. SowmyaMEAssistant ProfessorAI22008
50Mr. P. SureshMCAAssistant ProfessorSH19058
51Dr. K. Ludi Jancy JeniferM.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.DAssistant ProfessorSH21086
52Mr.M. PoomanirajanMEAssistant ProfessorSH21087
53Ms. P.K YamunaMCAAssistant ProfessorSH21088
54Ms.R. PadmapriyaMEAssistant ProfessorSH21089
55Mr. P SelvakumarMEAssistant ProfessorSH21090
56Ms.P. RekhaMEAssistant ProfessorSH21091
57Ms.S. KeerthipriyaMCAAssistant ProfessorSH21092
58Mr. B. ChandruMCAAssistant ProfessorSH21093
59Ms. MG. IswaryaMA., M.PhilAssistant ProfessorSH21094
60Ms. J Suganya Dorothy AgnesM.Sc., M.PhilAssistant ProfessorSH21095
61Dr. S. KrishnaprakashM.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.DAssociate ProfessorSH23173
62Dr. E. BalamuraliMA., M.Phil., Ph.DAssistant ProfessorSH23175
63Dr. B. Ranjith KumarM.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.DAssistant ProfessorSH23176
64Dr. E. SumathiMA., M.Phil., Ph.DAssociate ProfessorSH23180

Research and Development

S.No

Name of the facultyProject TitleFunding AgencyAmount
1Mrs.A.Amutha

Dr.A.Karthika
Exploring And Eliciting The Royal Heritage Of Badaga Community Which Enhanced The Civilization In The NilgirisDST-SHRI10,00,000
2Dr.V.Ragavi

Dr.J.Janet

Dr.S.Balakrishnan
Design of Automated Hybrid Classification System for Diagnosis and Training of Autism DisorderDST-CSRI38,00,000
3Dr.Bradha M

Dr.Aruna K.K
Structural and Electrical-Transport Relations in La(1-x)AxTi0.5B0.5O3-δ ( A= Mg, K,Na, Li, Y, B= Zr, Co) complex perovskites for solid oxide fuel cell applicationsAeronautics Research and Development Board (AR&DB)(Materials and manufacturing panel)21,89,200
4Dr.A.Indhuleka

Dr.J.Janet

Dr.V.Ragavi
Food Fortification Technology to combat Primary Health Care Deficiencies and Economic Empowerment of Dwellers in Forest Fringe VillagesSEED60,21,057
Total1,30,10,257

Patents

S.NoName of the facultyTitle of the PatentJournal No / Application No
1Dr. N. K. GeethaTOROIDAL SPHERICAL GROOVES PISTON BOWL TO ADAPT WASTE PLASTIC OIL ON CI ENGINE201941052789 A
2Dr. N. K. GeethaSOLAR POWERED WI-FI CENTRAL ROUTER AT AUTONOMOUS INSTALLATION FOR RURAL AREAS202041003310 A
3Dr. N. K. GeethaGRAPH THEORY MATRIX APPROACH FOR SELECTING STANDARD SCHOOL ASSESSMENT IN A SPECIFIC CITY202041000659 A
4Dr. A. MohanrajSMART AIR AND NOISE POLLUTION MONITORING KIT202041004655 A
5Dr. I. PradeepUV STERLISATION TECHNOLOGY FOR ALL VIRUS202041016532 A
6Dr. A. AmudhaMETHOD OF MAKING COOKIE WITH GREEN LEAF EXTRACT THEREOF202041010207A
7Dr. R. RameshCOMPUTER IMPLEMENTED METHOD FOR CONTROL OPERATION OF SMART ASSISTIVE GLASSESIN VISUALLY IMPAIRD ASSISTIVE SYSTEM202011034416A
8Ms. Antonitta Eileen PiousIOT BASED HARDWARE PLATFORM FOR CRYPTO ALGORITHM ANALYSIS202041050020 A
9Dr. R. RameshMACHINE - LEARNING BASED METHOD FOR NETWORKING SECURITY FOR VIRTUAL REALITY COMMUNICATION NETWORK202131002165
10Dr. A. ShobanaAN APPROACH BASED ON GRAPH THEORY TO REDUCE MATHEMATICAL COMPLEXITY202141048336
11Ms. Antonitta Eileen PiousDEEP LEARNING APPROACH FOR REAL TIME MONITORING OF WEARABLE MEDICAL SENSOR SYSTEM202141056651 A
12Mr. E. KaruppusamyWEARABLE IOT ENABLED HEALTH SENSOR FRAMEWORK SYSTEM202141056936A
13Ms. T. AnithaIOT BASED INFANT HEALTH MONITORING SYSTEM202241009073
14Ms. T. AnithaMETHOD TO ENHANCE THE PERFORMANCE OF PRINCIPAL COMPONENT SCIENCE202211006223
15Mr. S. PalaniSENSOR BASED SMART BELT202141020773 A
16Mr. S. PRADEEPSYSTEM TO CARRY OVER THE CAMPAIGN CONDUCIVELY202241017968 A
17Mr. S. PRADEEPSMOOTHING TECHNIQUE FOR SQUARE ROOT EXACT PENALTY FUNCTION IN CONSTRAINED OPTIMIZATION202241029351 A
18Mr. S. PalaniHUMIDITY DETECTION SENSOR SYSTEM (HDS2)202241050764A
19Dr. A. ShobanaIOT BASED SMART MONITORING AND CONTROL SYSTEM FOR THE BENEFIT OFHOSPITALS, INDUSTRIES AND CORPORATE OFFICES202241050503 A
20Dr. T. AnithaA NOVEL PORTABLE MACHINE TO SANITIZE FOOTWEAR202241052384
21Ms. R. PriyadharsiniSTRUCTURAL, OPTICAL AND ELECTRICAL CHARACTERIZATION OF NANOSTRUCTURED POROUS SILICON.

202241058689A

Infrastructure

Chemistry Lab

Physics Lab

English Lab

PhD Research Center

Research Centre ApprovalResearch Scholars

PhD Supervisor List

Sl. NoName of the SupervisorSupervisor recognition No.
1Dr. J. Jayaprakash3370061
2Dr. I. Pradeep3570012

Science and Humanities

About

The Department of Science and Humanities ensures great learning experience to students. The prime motto of the department is to provide a conceptual base in Basic Sciences, which lay the foundation of different branches of engineering and technology. The department is headed by Dr. A. Indhuleka strengthened by a team of 58 competent faculty members of which 24 of them are Doctorates. The department offers a conducive environment with a galaxy of highly dedicated faculty members, to enable the students to avail and reap maximum benefit of the resources and pool of amenities at their disperse. Apart from the regular classes the department organizes multifaceted activities for students to keep them in pace with innovation and technology and to elevate students to face challenges with an optimistic approach.

Vision

To impart knowledge in mathematical thinking, technological excellence in basic sciences and communication skills along with strong ethical values.

Mission

  • To apply mathematical knowledge to solve complex engineering problems and to design mathematical modelling for systems.
  • To offer academically advanced skills and innovative knowledge in maximising student’s abilities in all aspects of basic sciences.
  • To develop self confidence through inculcating a positive attitude with relevant skills to meet the challenges of the competitive world.

Department Highlights

  • Sri Krishna College of Engineering and Technology has a strong focus on excellence in education, research and promotion of Innovation. Many programs are conducted to improve the background and competence of the students by enhancing soft skills, analytical abilities, problem solving capabilities, cognitive and leadership qualities.
  • A number of challenging activities like Faculty Developing Programmes, Symposiums, Paper presentations, Specialized Workshops, Hands on training and Guest Lecturers are conducted for students and faculty members.
  • Technical symposium – “Krishinnov” is conducted which fascinates students through highly entertaining and enlightening lectures. Apart from these activities students are sent for paper presentations.
  • Hands on training is conducted for the students which will help them to perform certain aspect of a task themselves
  • In order to empower creative and cognitive skills, many activities like snap talk, technical quiz, soft skill training, online test are carried out. A separate snap talk hour is allotted to the students and the students are asked to do snap talk on any one of the interesting topics. This will assist the students to come out of their stage fear and their confidence level is also improved.
  • Technical quiz and online tests are conducted to enrich student’s cognitive skills. Our institution follows activity based learning which facilitates a better understanding of the subject by encouraging the student to complete the tasks at hand.
  • Extended hour activity is conducted every day for the students to improve their creative skills. Various clubs like science club, fitness club, fine arts club, English literary club, Kamban Tamil mandram are conducted on a regular basis to tap the innate potential of the students.
  • Seminar day is conducted for the students to inculcate the habit of doing presentations. All these activities helped to empower the creativity and cognitive skills of students.
  • Tutorial Sessions are conducted for weak students in subjects with poor performance
  • Campus Online Software is used for attendance and academic updates of each student for providing detailed information to the parents pertaining to attendance, CIA marks, etc of their ward at their desktop.
  • Parent-Teacher Meetings have been put into practice to ascertain the need of the parents’ co-operation with teachers in bringing out the expected performance of the students.

HOD’s Desk

 

Dr. A. Indhuleka

HOD (S&H)

  • The Department of Science and Humanities is headed by Dr.A.Indhuleka. Her Masters Degree and Doctoral degree are from Avinashilingam University for Women. With more than 23 years of teaching service in both undergraduate and post graduate levels, she has a number of research papers, technical journals, book publications and projects to her credit. Her area of specialisation is Biochemistry.
  • Her goal is to harness the vast potential of students, hone their skills to perfection and sculpt them as professional leaders with high academic aptitude through a learner-centric system and advanced pedagogic methods. This has helped to inculcate a mindset among the students that prepares them for the challenging technical world. Under her guidance the Department of Science and Humanities strives for increasing the knowledge, enhancing the critical thinking, ability to change information into knowledge and power of analysing the things technically of each and every individual of ever changing society through students.

Faculty List

S.NOName of the FacultyQualificationDesignationFaculty ID
1Dr. A. IndhulekaM.Sc., PhD., PGDNBT., PGDBIProfessor and HeadSH14094
2Dr. A. ShobanaM.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.DProfessorMA08046
3Dr. A. KarthikaM.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.DProfessorSH17159
4Dr. A. MohanrajM.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.D., PGDCAProfessorSH14104
5Ms. N. SrideviM.Sc., M.PhilAssociate ProfessorMA06034
6Mr. K. PandiyanM.Sc., M. Phil., (Ph.D)Associate ProfessorMA09053
7Mr. B. KalinsM.sc., B.Ed., M. Phil., (Ph.D)Associate ProfessorAS09084
8Dr. R. RameshM.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.DProfessorSH19165
9Dr. D. VidhyaM.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.DProfessorSH19167
10Ms. A. JayapradhaM.Sc., M. Phil., (Ph.D)Assistant ProfessorAS08059
11Dr. D. AnandakumarM.Sc., B.Ed., M. Phil., Ph.DAssistant ProfessorSH12073
12Dr. K. RajalakshmiM.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.DAssistant ProfessorSH13091
13Mr. S. PradeepM.Sc., B.Ed., M. Phil.,(Ph.D)Assistant ProfessorSH14095
14Dr. E. KaruppusamyM.Sc., B.Ed., M. Phil., Ph.DAssistant ProfessorSH14092
15Ms. B. LogapriyaM.Sc., M.Ed., M.Phil., (Ph.D)Assistant ProfessorSH15108
16Ms. P. RevathyM.Sc., M.Phil., (Ph.D)Assistant ProfessorSH17162
17Ms. N. PreethiM.Sc., M.Phil., (Ph.D)Assistant ProfessorSH17165
18Mr. K. KumarM.Sc., B.Ed., M. Phil., (Ph.D)Assistant ProfessorSH17166
19Ms. D. ThangamaniM.Sc., M.PhilAssistant ProfessorSH17206
20Dr. R. SureshM.Sc., B.Ed., M. Phil., Ph.DAssistant ProfessorSH18151
21Dr. A. P. LavanyaM.Sc., Ph.DAssistant ProfessorSH19169
22Ms. N. SubashiniM.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.DAssociate ProfessorSH19168
23Ms. S. MahalakshmiM.Sc., M.PhilAssistant ProfessorSH19152
24Dr. I. PradeepM.Sc., M.Phil., B.Ed., Ph.DAssociate ProfessorSH11058
25Ms. K. KalaivaniM.Sc., M.Phil., (Ph.D)Assistant ProfessorSH12077
26Ms. L. JayanthiM.Sc., M.PhilAssistant ProfessorSH12079
27Mr. C. ArunpaulM.Sc., M.Phil., (Ph.D)Assistant ProfessorSH13090
28Ms. R. PriyadharsiniM.Sc., M. Phil., (Ph.D)Assistant ProfessorSH18156
29Dr. J. JayaprakashM.Sc., Ph.DAssistant ProfessorSH18162
30Dr. S. PackiarajM.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.DAssociate ProfessorSH16134
31Dr. M. JeyarajM.Sc., B.Ed., Ph.DAssociate ProfessorSH11062
32Dr. M. SangeethaM.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.DAssistant ProfessorSH18152
33Dr. K. ChandrasekaranM.Sc., MS., Ph.DAssociate ProfessorSH18157
34Dr. K. Banu PriyaM.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.DAssociate ProfessorSH18161
35Dr. A. PadmaM.Sc., Ph.DAssistant ProfessorSH18164
36Dr. R.Suraj BegumMA., M.Phil., Ph.DProfessorSH08046
37Dr. A. AmuthaMA., M.Phil., B.Ed., Ph.DAssociate professorSH17179
38Ms. G. Rohini SelvanayagiMA., M.PhilAssistant ProfessorSH15096
39Dr. T. AnithaMA., M.Phil, M.Ed., Ph.DAssistant ProfessorSH17199
40Ms. Mary FabiolaMA., B.Ed., (Ph.D)Assistant ProfessorSH18160
41Ms. Lavanya AMA., M.PhilAssistant ProfessorSH19182
42Ms. C. ShylinMA., (Ph.D)Assistant ProfessorSH20079
43Ms. Subathra.PMA., M.PhilAssistant ProfessorSH20081
44Ms. N. PriyaMA., M.PhilAssistant ProfessorSH20103
45Dr. V .Ritu PriyadharshiniMA., Ph.DAssistant ProfessorSH20082
46Ms. Joshina RozarioMA., M.Phil.,Assistant ProfessorSH21085
47Ms. Antonitta Eileen PiousMCA., M.Phil., (Ph.D)Assistant ProfessorMA17053
48Ms. C. SoundaryaveniMCAAssistant ProfessorMA17054
49Ms. E. SowmyaMEAssistant ProfessorAI22008
50Mr. P. SureshMCAAssistant ProfessorSH19058
51Dr. K. Ludi Jancy JeniferM.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.DAssistant ProfessorSH21086
52Mr.M. PoomanirajanMEAssistant ProfessorSH21087
53Ms. P.K YamunaMCAAssistant ProfessorSH21088
54Ms.R. PadmapriyaMEAssistant ProfessorSH21089
55Mr. P SelvakumarMEAssistant ProfessorSH21090
56Ms.P. RekhaMEAssistant ProfessorSH21091
57Ms.S. KeerthipriyaMCAAssistant ProfessorSH21092
58Mr. B. ChandruMCAAssistant ProfessorSH21093
59Ms. MG. IswaryaMA., M.PhilAssistant ProfessorSH21094
60Ms. J Suganya Dorothy AgnesM.Sc., M.PhilAssistant ProfessorSH21095
61Dr. S. KrishnaprakashM.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.DAssociate ProfessorSH23173
62Dr. E. BalamuraliMA., M.Phil., Ph.DAssistant ProfessorSH23175
63Dr. B. Ranjith KumarM.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.DAssistant ProfessorSH23176
64Dr. E. SumathiMA., M.Phil., Ph.DAssociate ProfessorSH23180

Research and Development

S.No

Name of the facultyProject TitleFunding AgencyAmount
1Mrs.A.Amutha

Dr.A.Karthika
Exploring And Eliciting The Royal Heritage Of Badaga Community Which Enhanced The Civilization In The NilgirisDST-SHRI10,00,000
2Dr.V.Ragavi

Dr.J.Janet

Dr.S.Balakrishnan
Design of Automated Hybrid Classification System for Diagnosis and Training of Autism DisorderDST-CSRI38,00,000
3Dr.Bradha M

Dr.Aruna K.K
Structural and Electrical-Transport Relations in La(1-x)AxTi0.5B0.5O3-δ ( A= Mg, K,Na, Li, Y, B= Zr, Co) complex perovskites for solid oxide fuel cell applicationsAeronautics Research and Development Board (AR&DB)(Materials and manufacturing panel)21,89,200
4Dr.A.Indhuleka

Dr.J.Janet

Dr.V.Ragavi
Food Fortification Technology to combat Primary Health Care Deficiencies and Economic Empowerment of Dwellers in Forest Fringe VillagesSEED60,21,057
Total1,30,10,257

Patents

S.NoName of the facultyTitle of the PatentJournal No / Application No
1Dr. N. K. GeethaTOROIDAL SPHERICAL GROOVES PISTON BOWL TO ADAPT WASTE PLASTIC OIL ON CI ENGINE201941052789 A
2Dr. N. K. GeethaSOLAR POWERED WI-FI CENTRAL ROUTER AT AUTONOMOUS INSTALLATION FOR RURAL AREAS202041003310 A
3Dr. N. K. GeethaGRAPH THEORY MATRIX APPROACH FOR SELECTING STANDARD SCHOOL ASSESSMENT IN A SPECIFIC CITY202041000659 A
4Dr. A. MohanrajSMART AIR AND NOISE POLLUTION MONITORING KIT202041004655 A
5Dr. I. PradeepUV STERLISATION TECHNOLOGY FOR ALL VIRUS202041016532 A
6Dr. A. AmudhaMETHOD OF MAKING COOKIE WITH GREEN LEAF EXTRACT THEREOF202041010207A
7Dr. R. RameshCOMPUTER IMPLEMENTED METHOD FOR CONTROL OPERATION OF SMART ASSISTIVE GLASSESIN VISUALLY IMPAIRD ASSISTIVE SYSTEM202011034416A
8Ms. Antonitta Eileen PiousIOT BASED HARDWARE PLATFORM FOR CRYPTO ALGORITHM ANALYSIS202041050020 A
9Dr. R. RameshMACHINE - LEARNING BASED METHOD FOR NETWORKING SECURITY FOR VIRTUAL REALITY COMMUNICATION NETWORK202131002165
10Dr. A. ShobanaAN APPROACH BASED ON GRAPH THEORY TO REDUCE MATHEMATICAL COMPLEXITY202141048336
11Ms. Antonitta Eileen PiousDEEP LEARNING APPROACH FOR REAL TIME MONITORING OF WEARABLE MEDICAL SENSOR SYSTEM202141056651 A
12Mr. E. KaruppusamyWEARABLE IOT ENABLED HEALTH SENSOR FRAMEWORK SYSTEM202141056936A
13Ms. T. AnithaIOT BASED INFANT HEALTH MONITORING SYSTEM202241009073
14Ms. T. AnithaMETHOD TO ENHANCE THE PERFORMANCE OF PRINCIPAL COMPONENT SCIENCE202211006223
15Mr. S. PalaniSENSOR BASED SMART BELT202141020773 A
16Mr. S. PRADEEPSYSTEM TO CARRY OVER THE CAMPAIGN CONDUCIVELY202241017968 A
17Mr. S. PRADEEPSMOOTHING TECHNIQUE FOR SQUARE ROOT EXACT PENALTY FUNCTION IN CONSTRAINED OPTIMIZATION202241029351 A
18Mr. S. PalaniHUMIDITY DETECTION SENSOR SYSTEM (HDS2)202241050764A
19Dr. A. ShobanaIOT BASED SMART MONITORING AND CONTROL SYSTEM FOR THE BENEFIT OFHOSPITALS, INDUSTRIES AND CORPORATE OFFICES202241050503 A
20Dr. T. AnithaA NOVEL PORTABLE MACHINE TO SANITIZE FOOTWEAR202241052384
21Ms. R. PriyadharsiniSTRUCTURAL, OPTICAL AND ELECTRICAL CHARACTERIZATION OF NANOSTRUCTURED POROUS SILICON.

202241058689A

Infrastructure

Chemistry Lab

Physics Lab

English Lab

PhD Research Center

Research Centre ApprovalResearch Scholars

PhD Supervisor List

Sl. NoName of the SupervisorSupervisor recognition No.
1Dr. J. Jayaprakash3370061
2Dr. I. Pradeep3570012