Our Green Campus

The institution is committed and keen in protection of environmental factors and follows green practices in its building construction, infrastructure, facilities, usage of power etc. An Estate Officer is appointed to look after the college campus. All the staff members are very fond of the college environment and its facilities and the Maintenance department takes care of the green audit.

Campus Tour

Hostel

The College provides a separate hostel for Boys and Girls. It is spacious, well-furnished hostel. Apart from hygienic food, the hostel provides 24x7 Wi-Fi facility and recreational facilities such as TV room, indoor games, gym etc. The hostel has its live-in warden, and in view of the limited hostel accommodation; candidates should note that the grant of admission to a programme of study in the College does not ensure allotment of hostel accommodation and that the accommodation will be offered to the eligible applicants subject to availability.

Rules and regulations

Application for admission to the hostels should be made in the prescribed form. A student seeking hostel admission must give an undertaking in writing that he/she will abide by the rules of the hostel.

The parent or guardian shall also endorse this.

  • Admission of the students to the hostels will be decided by the Principal (Chief Warden)
  • Attendance will be taken daily by the Deputy Warden after dinner.
  • Hostellers should not absent themselves from the college during the college hours and stay in the hostel without proper permission from the deputy warden and the Principal.
  • Study Hours: 5.30 P.M – 7.30 P.M. Hostellers should adhere to study hours in the evening.
  • No hosteller is permitted to leave the hostel without the permission of the deputy warden & Principal / Dean.
  • Visiting Time:
    4.00 P.M – 5.30 P.M - Working Days
    9.00 A.M – 5.00 P.M - Holidays
  • Hostellers are not permitted to bring parent / non-members to stay in the hostel in any case.
  • Day scholars are not permitted to enter the hostel, if found, stringent action will be taken against inmates accommodating the day scholars
  • Hostellers are advised not to keep money or valuables in their rooms. The hostel or college authorities will not be responsible for lost items.
  • PCs / Laptops will be allowed inside the hostel with prior permission only.
  • Hostellers should strictly follow the mess timings. Food will not be served after mess timings.
  • Hostellers must switch off all electric connections before leaving their rooms. Use of electrical and electronic home appliances inside the room is restricted.
  • To leave the hostel during holidays, students should produce out pass at the entrance. Prior permission from the Principal/Director – Student Affairs is required to receive an out pass.
  • Possession of intoxicants, smoking, gambling, etc., inside the hostel rooms or hostel premises is strictly prohibited. Hostellers should not tamper with the electrical installations and furniture. Cost of damages to any hostel property shall be recovered from the inmates of the Hostel. Any violation of discipline in the hostel premises shall be dealt seriously and the punishment may be, levy of fine, suspension or expulsion from the hostel or even from the college.
  • Matters which are not covered by the above rules shall be decided by the Principal / Dean as and when needed and the decision shall be final.
  • Ragging or eve-teasing in the College hostel is totally banned. Students indulging in such activities will be viewed as per the Government order promulgated by the Government of Tamil Nadu in this matter.
  • Guests or outsiders are strictly prohibited from entering the hostel premises without prior permission of the warden in-charge.
  • Once a student reserves his/her seat and pays the fees for hostel accommodation, he/she will not be eligible for refund, even if he/she chooses not to stay in the hostel
  • Hostel main gate will be closed and power will be switched off from 8 a.m. to 3.30 p.m.
  • Hot water is available for hostellers through the solar power water heaters.
  • In general, the above rules are applicable for both boys and girls hostel

Transport

The college operates buses from different locations of Chennai, Thiruvallur, Kanchipuram, Guduvancheri, Arakkonam and Chennai suburbs to help the students to reach the campus safely in time. Students willing to avail private transport can make use of frequent MTC bus services to the college.

Students using college transport should follow the college transport timings and maintain discipline and decorum, while travelling.

  1.  Students should not get down in between the points of their start and destination.
  2. Students should not change the buses allotted to them on their own.

TRANSPORT MANAGER : S. KRISHNA MOORTHY

MOBILE NO: 97890 55332

Bus Route No Boarding Point
11 SATHYA MOORTHY NAGAR
12 THOUSAND LIGHT
13 M.R.NAGAR
14 MEDAVAKKAM KOOT ROAD
16 JANAPAN CHATRAM KOOT ROAD (REDHILLS)
17 ATHIPET MAIN ROAD
18 GUDUVANCHERY
19 CHINMAYA NAGAR
20 KELLYS
21 KOLATHUR
22 MMDA COLONY
23 VEPPAMPATTU
24 VILLIVAKKAM DEPO
25 M.R.NAGAR II
26 MANALI PUTHU NAGAR
27 KARAYANCHAVADI
28 KORATTUR - DEPO
29 OTTERI
30 CHINTADRIPET
31 T.NAGAR
32 THIRUVANMIYUR ( RTO OFF)
33 ADAMBAKKAM
34 POONDI
35 ENNORE
36 KANCHIPURAM TOLL GATE
37 VALLUVARKOTTAM

Elaborated Bus details

Mess & Canteen

A large Dinning Hall with a capacity of 1000 members to dine at the same time enables all students and staff to have the lunch and breakfast. A large modern kitchen with steam cooking is attached to the mess hall. Staff members and students (hostel students) are provided , tea and snacks every day. Special care is taken to provide quality and hygienic food to students. A food committee is responsible for monitoring the operations of the mess for implementing and reviewing the mess policy.

SKR has private recreation canteen running between 7.30 a.m. and 5 p.m., in which the students can refresh during Interval and lunch breaks. The day scholar students can have their Break-fast, Lunch, Snacks and other stationary requirements at a reasonable price.

There are four RO plants providing pure and safe drinking water to the entire campus

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BOYS MESS

GIRL MESS

Medical Facilities

Available

  • Medical Practitioner available
  • MoU with multi speciality hospital
  • First aid boxes available in all departments and college buses.
  •  On call ambulance facility

Sports & GYM

SPORTS

The institution has well equipped sports facilities to conduct Zonal Level and State Level
Tournaments Sports, outdoor and indoor games, gymnasium, auditorium, NSS, NCC, cultural activities, publicspeaking, communication skills development, yoga, health and hygiene, etc.33760 sq.m are dedicated for sports facilities comprising of stadium, playgrounds etc. where Zonal Level & State Level tournaments have been conducted. Sports facilities include the following.
•    Volley ball court-2
•    Football-1
•    Basketball court-1
•    Tennis court-1
•    Cricket ground-2
•    Shuttle badminton court -2
•    Handball-1
•    Indoor stadium-1
•    Gym-2
•    Table tennis-3
•    Weight lifting area-1
•    Kabadi court-1
•    Hockey-1
•    Athletics 400m track-1


 

GYM

Separate gymnasium for both girls and boys are available to ensure fitness of the students.
Students are encouraged to participate in sports activities and constantly given awareness about
cleanliness. Regular medical checkups are conducted for students and staff.

 

 

Temple & ATM

 There are two temples on campus, one for Lord Ganesha and other for Lord Shri Venkateswara. The Shri Ganesha Temple is known for its serene atmosphere and picturesque surroundings, has the shrines of Lord Vinayaka. Poojas are done on all days and special abishekams are done auspiciousday.

ATM

ATM centre available in the campus

 

ISR Events

Student Clubs

ROTARACT CLUB OF S K R ENGINEERING COLLEGE

Sponsored by Rotary Club of Madras MidTown

Rotaract, an acronym of ‘Rotary in Action’, is the youth wing of Rotary International spreading the joy of Rotary among youngsters between 18 and 30 years of age. Rotaract is a part of the global effort to bring peace and international understanding to the world. This effort starts at the college and community level but knows no limits in its outreach.

The Rotaract Movement in Rotary International District 3230 (comprising of clubs from Chennai, Vellore, Vaniyambadi, Ambur, Pernambet, Wallajah and Gudiyatham). In Chennai alone, the Rotaract movement has presence in all colleges and boasts a presence of more than 80 active Rotaract clubs. Through Rotaract, we shape ourselves to be better citizen, build up our career and show our concern towards the improvement of the community we serve in by living up to our motto “Leadership Through Service”.

The District Rotaract Council 12-13, RI District 3230 is the governing body comprising members from various rotaract clubs (Presidents, Secretaries) and board members (District officials). The council meets every fortnight and has the onus of conducting meetings to evolve consensus, discuss issues pertaining on function, administration, present and discuss events and projects at club and district level.

FUNCTIONS OF A ROTARACT CLUB

Rotaract Club of SKR Engineering College organizes a variety of project and activities, depending primarily on the interest of the student members. However, within the Rotaract program, all clubs undertake three kinds of activities in varying degrees.

  1. Professional development
  2. Leadership development
  3. Service projects

Together these three areas ensure a balanced club program and provide important experience and opportunities for the personal development of each Rotaractor.

GOALS OF A ROTARACT CLUB

  1. To develop professional and leadership skills
  2. To emphasize respect for the rights of others, based on recognition of the worth of each individual
  3. To recognize the dignity and value of all useful occupations as opportunities to serve
  4. To recognize, practice and promote ethical standards as leadership qualities and vocational responsibilities.
  5. To develop knowledge and understanding of the needs, problems and opportunities in the community and worldwide.
  6. To provide opportunities for personal and group activities to serve the community and to promote international understanding and goodwill towards all people.

GOVERNING BODY

  1. The governing body of this club shall be a board of directors composed of
    1. President
    2. Immediate Past President
    3. Vice President
    4. Secretary
    5. Joint Secretary
    6. Treasurer

and such additional directors whose number shall determined by the sole discretion of the Management, Principal and faculty coordinator of this club, all to be elected among the members in good standing decisions, policies and actions of the board and the club shall be subject to the provisions constitution and policy established by the Rotary International and its student members.

  1. Election of officers and directors shall be annually prior to 1st March by methods compatible with our college norms and procedures, but in no shall more than simple majority of the members present and in good standing be required for elections.
  2. All the incoming board of directors and additional directors will be provided with leadership training from the District Rotaract committee in conjunction with the RI District Rotaract Committee.(RI District 3230)

About Youth Red Cross:

Youth Red Cross” is a very important constituent of its mother organization, an extension of The Junior Red Cross.

YRC Movement is based on three basic principles :

  • Protection of Health & Life
  • Service to the Sick & Suffering
  • Promotion of National & International Friendship to develop the mental & moral capacities of the youth.

SKR ENGINEERING COLLEGE - YRC

On 24th August 2006, the YRC was inaugurated by the Chief Guest - Dr R.V.Shanmuga Sundaram, YRC/RRC Program Coordinator of Anna university Chennai, and Prof S. Duraisamy, State YRC Coordinator at SKR Engineering College. Several Activities are organized regularly under YRC Banner.

Events Organized under YRC :

Date
Programme
11/6/2015
“Yoga class” association with ISHA YOGA Foundation, Poonamalle for Staff
17/6/2015
To 19/6/2015
“Yoga class” association with ISHA YOGA Foundation, Poonamalle for All Students
8/01/2015
“Blood Donation Camp” in association with Sunguvarchatram Lions Club.
 
24/09/2014
“Blood Donation Camp” in association with Chennai Anna Nagar Tower Lions Club
 
19/11/2014
“Free Medical Camp” in association with Vee Care Sundar Hospital, Poonamallee.

“Yoga class” association with ISHA YOGA Foundation, Poonamalle for Staff  conducted on 11.6.2015  Trainer: Mrs. L.Sita , Mr S.Gopinath Yoga Master’s

“Yoga class” association with ISHA YOGA Foundation,Poonamalle for All Students conducted from 17/6/2015 to 19/6/2015 Trainer: Mrs. L.Sita , Mr S.Gopinath Yoga Master’s

“Blood Donation Camp” in association with Sunguvarchatram Lions Club conducted on 08/1/2015 chief Guest: Lion.B.Rangabashyam, Manager of Lions club, Lion MJF Lion P.Gopi, District Chairperson of Lions Club.

Blood Donation camp –YRC & Lions Blood Bank,Anna Nagar conducted on 24.9.2014 chief Guest: PMJF Ln.Ranganaathan,Past District Governober                                    

  

“Free Medical Camp” in association with VeeCareSundar Hospital, Poonamallee.conducted on 19/11/2014 chief Guest: Dr R.Manivanan MBBS (General), Dr S.Magesh MBBS (ENT), Dr K.Rani (General & EYE) Miss V.Devi, Mrs R.kamala, Mr Ravikumar, Mr Suresh, Mr Arunkumar, Dr P.V.Kannan MD Chief Doctor, Veecare Sundar Hospital

Red Ribbon Club

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“Red Ribbon Club” formed in association with the Red Ribbon Clubs of USA and Tamilnadu strives for the welfare of the youth. The special features include teaching of Life Skill Techniques, and to create an awareness about HIV / AIDS. Job Orientation Programme is also done through this club. This club has been specially implemented by the Tamil Nadu State Aids Control Society.

On 12th September 2005, the RRC was inaugurated by the Chief Guest Mr.S.Thandapani, RRC Regional Manager, Thiruvallur District, Dr R.V.Shanmuga, Mr.Sundaram, RRC/YRC Program Coordinator, Anna university, Chennai.

“Celebrating Life-AIDS Awareness Programme” ,Speech of Mr S.Thandapani, RRC Regional Manager , Thiruvallur District

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NATIONAL SERVICE SCHEME

The main aim of National Service Scheme is personality development through social service or community service. This programme is to inculcate the social welfare thoughts in the students, and to provide service to the society without any prejudice. NSS volunteers work hard day and night to ensure that every one in our society who is needy gets the every possible help from them so that they can also enhance their standards and lead a life of dignity in the society with all of us. In doing so the volunteers themselves learn a lot from the people in villages like how to struggle and how to lead a happy life in the extreme scarcity of resources and so on. Another aim is personality development through social service.

Camps

Camps are conducted annually. These activities are fully funded by the Government of India. Such camps are usually located in a rural village or in suburbs. Volunteers may be involved in activities such as

  • Cleaning
  • Afforestation
  • Stage shows or Procession creating awareness on social problems, education, cleanliness etc.,
  • Inviting doctors for health camps.
       Date                                                   Program
     10/9/2015     Blood Donation Camp in association with “Lions Club, Sunguvarchatram”. 
     9/03/2015           Blood Donation Camp in association with “Lions Blood Bank”
    28/1/2015                      Eye Camp in association with “Vasan Eye Care

SKR NSS CELL organized a Blood Donation Camp at SKREC on 10th September 2015 in association with “Lions Club, Sunguvarchatram”. 

Principal (Dr.M.Senthil Kumar) addressing inaugural function of Blood Donation Camp

Vasan Eye Care doctors visited the camp along with Principal

Student Eye testing camp by Vasan Eye Care

Science Meets & Programms

Science Day 2015

To create awareness and to enrich scientific thoughts among the students, celebrated National Science day on 27th February, 2015 with paper presentation, quiz Program and science exhibition. It is an inter college meet. Students from various colleges have participated and prove their talents.

Science Day 2015

   Lightning Traditional Lamp by Principal in Science Day 2015

Honoring the Chief Guest :Jaya Plus Tv Pughazh Mr.S Anantha Krishnan, ,PG Asst in Mathematics,M.F.S.D,chennai  by Principal Dr.M.SenthilKumar in Science Day 2015.

1st Prize Winner Paper Presentation of Mr.Akash (MNM Jain Engineering College) were receiving appreciation Certificate and Cash award from Chief Guest Dr.D.Jayaraman Professor of Physics,Presidency College, Chennai in Science Day 2015.

2nd  Prize Winner Paper Presentation of Mr.Suresh Kumar (ACT  Engineering College) were receiving appreciation Certificate and Cash award from Chief Guest Dr.D.Jayaraman, Professor of Physics,Presidency College, Chennai. in Science Day 2015.

3rd prize Winners of Ms.Rajarajeshwari & Ms.R.C.Yvabharathi (Valliammai Engineering College) were receiving appreciation Certificate and Cash award from Chief Guest Dr.D.Jayaraman in Science Day 2015.

Science Expo 2014

8th State Level Science Expo 2014 was held on January 8th 2014 at our College Auditorium. Students from various Schools participated.

 

8th State Level Science Expo 2014 inaugurated on 8th Jan 2014.