Programmes & Curriculum
ANNA UNIVERSITY, CHENNAI B.E. / B.TECH. / B. ARCH. FULL TIME DEGREE PROGRAMMES OFFERED IN THE AFFILIATED INSTITUTIONS OF ANNA UNIVERSITY, CHENNAI REGULATIONS 2013 I TO VIII SEMESTERSCURRICULUM& SYLLABI
Student Academic Activities
The main objective of English club is to bring about an overall development amongst the students, in the four basic skills,viz; Listening, Speaking, Reading and Writing. English club was inaugurated in the year 2010-2011.English club activities are conducted in the extended hours.(Wednesdays & Fridays).
Department Associations are actively involved in organizing and sponsoring Tech symposiums and International Conferences.
To facilitate outside class interactions and activities among students as well as faculty, special hours are allotted by the management. Students should make the best use of these special hours by participating in various college club events and sports related activities.
Special coaching have been arranged for all Mathematics and Problem oriented subjects by dividing each class into two batches of 30 each to improve their academic performance.
Prizes for academic excellence
To motivate the students and recognize the academic excellence of the students, the management awards every year cash prizes to the students obtaining the first three ranks in the college in each branch of study. The basis for the award is the aggregate marks obtained by the students in both the semester examinations of the year including practical in his/her first attempt.
Text books access for top rank students
Students who secure top 5 positions in Anna University Exams from each class of the respective branch of study are eligible to access library books throughout the Semester.
The ISTE(Indian Society For Technical Education) is a prestigious National body of Technical education in India. The membership under ISTE is an essential requirement for teaching faculty working in technical institutions. The ISTE Chapter has been established at our college and functioning from the year 2006 with the objective of promoting the role of teaching staff members in furthering the knowledge through technical education. The Chapter regularly organizes the guest lecture programmes, seminars and workshops in the field of current interest and emerging areas of technology. The chapter also helps in organizing the AICTE sponsored short-term training programmes among the various disciplines.
Objectives of ISTE Chapter in SKR Engg College:
- Apply Curriculum and educational processes to changing conditions.
- To harness the knowledge of Engineering Sciences for the welfare of the Society.
- Develop excellent teachers and educational administrators.
- Improve teaching methods, practices and administrative usages.
- Enhance Professional ideals and standards to improve academics.
- Make an effective linkage between technical institutions, Industry and Society
Activities of ISTE Chapter in SKR Engg College:
- Arranging Seminars on new technologies by experts for teaching faculties.
- Promoting Staffs to interact with the industries.
- Conducting research oriented programs in various streams of Engineering.
- Assisting staff members to participate in various International & National.
The Institute of Electrical & Electronics Engineers. Inc. (IEEE) was founded in 1881 with Alexander Graham bell and Thomas Edison among its charter members. Today the IEEE serves over 3,75,000 members who are geographically organized into 10 regions over 300 sections, and more than 1,400 student branches, 385 student branch chapters of technical societies and 60 women in engineering affinity groups worldwide.
About IEEE Student branch of SKR Engineering College
- IEEE Student branch of SKR Engineering College was established during January 2007. Initially it was started with 27 student members and 3 faculty members from various departments.
- To provide the latest Technology for SKR Engineering College students which is in par with the growing needs of the industries and society.
The "Society of Automobile Engineers INDIA" was Inaugurated by Dr.S.Rajadurai (Head-Research & Development, Sharda Motor Industries Limited, Mahidra World City, Chennai) & the guest of honour Mr.Karthic Sethuraman (Enginnering Manager- CDA BG, Valeo India Private Limited, Sholinganallur - Chennai) on 24th October, 2011.
The Computer Society of India is the first and the largest body of computer professionals in India. It was started on 6 March 1965 by a handful of computer professionals and has now grown to be the national body representing computer professionals. Its membership stands at more than 50,000 in more than 60 chapters throughout India.
The Society is targeted at the IT professionals and also user community at large. Hence the membership of the Society is open to all professionals involved in the field of information technology. The membership categories include Individual and Institutional. In the Individual member category there are five grades namely Fellow, Senior, Member, Associate and Student, whereas Institutional membership includes organisations and educational institutions. A professional can also apply for life membership in the Society.
Benefits of CSI:
- Access to CSI knowledge portal through Login-id and password.
- Technology updates through Conferences, Seminars, Tutorials & workshop at discounted rates.
- A forum for activities like Paper Presentations, Quiz, Competitions and Exhibitions.
- Ability to connect with distinguished speakers on different technology areas.
- CSI Certification and Training programs at discounted rates for students.
- Interaction and collaboration with distinguished academicians, researchers and practitioners.
- Opportunity to interact with Industry professionals and chalk out a career path.
- Eligibility for nomination of best Student Branch award.
- Eligibility for CSI funded minor projects.
- Permission to conduct events under CSI Banner.
- Participation in joint events of CSI with its MOU partner / Organization.
The IET Academic Affiliates scheme provides a formal platform for universities and colleges to engage with the IET.
Leading the development of an international engineering and technology community, sharing and advancing knowledge to enhance people’s lives.
To build an open, flexible and global knowledge network supported by individuals, companies and institutions and facilitated by the IET and its members.
- Inclusive and collaborative - with all who share our vision
- Innovative, flexible and nimble - in pursuit of our mission
- Digital and global - in thought and action
- Professional, ethical and excellent - in everything we do
Founded in 1953, The Institution of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineers (IETE) is a leading professional society devoted to the advancement of science and technology of "Electronics, Telecommunications and IT". IETE serves its 45,000 members both individuals and industries / organizations through its 41 centres spread all over India and abroad.
Phenomenal developments in telecommunications and electronics in many countries were already influencing independent India engaged in its gigantic nation building efforts in 1947. The existing professional or scientific bodies in India at that time were not able to pay adequate attention to nurture and grow these specialized engineering areas at a rapid pace as required by the country. The need for a separate professional institution which could bring together various individuals or groups working in these areas become acute in the early '50s, as India launched its programme of national development through five-year plans. It was visualized at that time that such an institution could cope with the rapid developments in the above fields coordinate and disseminate technical knowledge, facilitate exchange of views among the members, publish results of their work, lay down standards to guide the budding engineers in their aspirations to professional status and also serve as a focal point for the orderly growth of this specialized branch in the country. Although, proposals for forming such an institution had been made by several seniors in the profession from time in the earlier years, their efforts finally met with success when the Articles of Association of The Institution of Telecommunication Engineers (name by which IETE was known then) was signed on 01 October 1953. The first President being Shri B R Batra, Chief Engineer Posts & Telegraph department, New Delhi.
- Govt. of India, Ministry of Science and Technology & Department of Science & Industrial Research has recognised IETE as a Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (SIRO).
- IETE has been notified as an educational Institution of National Eminence by the Government of India, Ministry of Finance.
ICT Academy of Tamil Nadu (ICTACT) is an Initiative of Government of India, Government of Tamil Nadu and CII, is a not for profit autonomous organization focusing to improve the quality of students passing out of institutions in Tamil Nadu, to make them industry ready and immediately employable in the ICT industry comprising the ICT services and the ICT Manufacturing sectors. This will meet the skill requirements of the industry and generate more employment in the state especially in tier 2/3 cities
ICTACT is governed by an autonomous Board of Governors with representations from the state Government of Tamil Nadu , leading companies in the ICT industry with presence in Tamil Nadu, NASSCOM & CII.
ICTACT is a pioneering venture under the public - private - partnership (PPP) model that endeavours to train the higher education teachers and students in the areas of Information & Communication Technology, thereby making the students industry ready.
THE INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERS (INDIA)
The Institution of Engineers (India) is the first professional body to represent India in several International Bodies, such as the World Mining Congress (WMC), the World Federation of Engineering Organizations (WFEO), the Commonwealth Engineers’ Council (CEC), the Federation Internationale du Beton (fib), and the Federation of Engineering Institutions of South and Central Asia (FEISCA). It also has bilateral agreements with a number of professional societies across the globe.
The Institution of Engineers (India) functions with and amongst the professional engineers, academicians and research workers and provides a vast array of technical, professional and supporting services to the government and the industries along with the academic and engineering communities.
The Institution of Engineers (India) is the pioneer body to introduce, starting from 1928, non-formal engineering education programme, successful completion of which is recognized as equivalent to a degree in engineering by the Government of India, the Union Public Service Commission, the State Governments and many Public / Private Sector organizations in the country.
The Institution of Engineers (India), with its headquarters in Kolkata, India, is administered by a National Council with the President as its Head, and operates through 94 State and Local Centres, located at capital cities and towns of industrial and academic importance all over the country, and five Overseas Chapters. The Secretary and Director General is the Chief Executive of the Institution.
Ministry of Non-Conventional Energy Sources (MNES) and Tamil Nadu Energy Development Agency (TEDA) sponsored to setup the Renewable Energy Club in our College in order to create awareness about New and Renewable Sources of Energy (NRSE) among the students. The students can, in turn, become brand ambassador for propagating and promoting the use of Renewable Energy Sources to the public at large.
Previously, the MNES and TEDA sponsored one-day seminar on “Renewable Energy-Energy of the Future” was conducted on 20.08.2005 at our College campus.
In continuation, Renewable Energy Club was started on 28.04.2006 at our College with the grants of MNES and TEDA, the club was formally inaugurated by Dr. R.Sethumathavan, Professor Centre for Energy Studies, Anna University.
Vision of the Club:
The SKR Renewable Energy Club (SKRREC) will certainly create awareness in the society, especially among the young minds to realize the importance and uses of the renewable energy.
Awards & Recognition
Students holding top positions in academics are suitably rewarded with cash and medals by the Management everyyear.
Rank holders are given cash awards, their names are highlighted in websites and banners.
Cash Incentives for "ZERO ABSENTEEISM" to students & faculty members.
Reimbursement of expenses for skill up gradation by faculty members.
Sponsorship for higher studies to deserving faculty members.
Management motivates faculty to publish research findings in reputed Scopus indexed journals andencourage them by providing cash awards for the papers published in refereed journals.
Incentives, awards, appreciations and recognitions are regularly offered for the best performing faculty.
THE TEACHING AWARDS IN ENGINEERING” receiving by Dr. R. Sankar., Dean of Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, SKR Engineering College presented by Education Matters & Staffordshire University UK.
Mr. T.Senthil Kumar, HOD/ Mechanical received “Best Teaching Award” from Staffordshire University, UK during 2014.
Test Time table
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|2||5/10/2015||wen||III/II||31044||CS6301||PROGRAMMING AND DATA|
|3||6/10/2015||TUESDAY||III/II||31042||CS6304||ANALOG AND DIGITAL COMMUNICATION|
|5||8/10/2015||THURSDAY||III/II||31036||MA6351||TRANSFORM AND PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS|
|6||9/10/2015||FRIDAY||III/II||31035||GE6351||ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING|
|7||10/10/2015||SATURDAY||III/II||31043||CS6302||DATA BASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM|