Wednesday, December 24, 2008
Tuesday, December 23, 2008
Monday, December 1, 2008
Thursday, November 27, 2008
Friday, November 21, 2008
An orientation seminar on “Educational Utilization Programme on Standardization and Quality Systems”
Shri.Varghese Joy, Director and Head of BIS, CBE, explain the objectives of the programme. He provided an overview of standardization, quality and the importance of the standards in engineering industries. Then special address was given by Dr.S.N.Subbramanian.
Shri.Jayakumar Ramdass, President, SIEMA, elaborated on the standards for industry. He explained how the standardization has enabled us to compete in the world market. The students were encouraged to have the four letter “slogan”: PDCA – Plan, Do, Check and Act to bring out their creative abilities.
This was followed by an elaborate account of how standards have been implemented in industries by Smt. G.Bhavani, Deputy Director, BIS. Her powerpoint presentation gave an insight to the importance of standards and created an awareness about how to look for instructions on the products.
After hearty refreshment, the technical session went on interestingly with interactive workshop. The Director, BIS tapped students inquisitive energy with simple questions like, “Why the three pin plug has got one pin longer than the other two?” Students actively participated to these down to earth questions and it lasted for an hour. Smt. Jessy Benny, Joint Director, BIS, started her speech with a lot of questions which made students came out with enthusiastic answers. It enabled the students to know more about the idea behind the formation of standards and product codes.
This programme was closed with vote of thanks by Prof.T.A.Selvan, Mechnical Engineering. Overall the programme was educative and enlightened the students with the knowledge of the importance of standards in industries.
Tuesday, November 11, 2008
Friday, October 24, 2008
Friday, October 17, 2008
Wednesday, October 1, 2008
Thursday, August 28, 2008
Ø Paper Presentation
Mr.K.Karthikeyan Lecturer/CSE and Ms. S.Shanthi Lecturer/IT were the judges for the paper presentation of CSE/IT department and Ms.P.Menaka Lecturer/EEE and Ms.M.GeethaPriya Lecturer/ECE were the judges for the paper presentation of EEE/ECE department.
We received 110 papers for the presentation. From that 14 papers were selected for the presentation.
The students who participated showed great enthusiasm and out of 16 papers presented 4 won prizes. Two papers each were selected from CSE/IT department and ECE/EEE department.
The Prize winners are
1. P.Ananthi &
R.Saranya from GCT won the first prize.
2. R.Swetha &
V.Revathi from KSR won the second prize.
1. S.Dinesh Kumar &
S.Sathish Kumar from GCT won the first prize.
Dr V.Govindaraju Prof cum HOD MBA Department acted on judge for the marketing event.
15 teams are competed for the marketing event and we selected 5 teams for the finals.
First prize Winners:
1. Arvind Kumar. R
Vignesh.N from Sri Ramakrishna Engineering College
Second prize Winners:
Prabhu.M from Sri Krishna College of engineering and technology
1. N.Naveen Kumar
K.B.Mohan Kumar from SNSCT won first prize.
K.Arvind Kumar from Sri Ramakrishna Engineering college won Second prize.
‘FACTOTUM 08’ was a grand success.
Wednesday, August 20, 2008
Friday, August 15, 2008
Thursday, August 14, 2008
Friday, August 8, 2008
Tuesday, July 29, 2008
Thursday, July 3, 2008
The Session started with speech of our Principal Dr.G.Karuppusami, who shared glorious moments over the topic “Goal Setting and Execution”. He enriched the gathering with latest information for the faculty’s development.
He shared the glad moments of his experience about teaching in Ethiopia that was really impressive.
A Speech on “Patenting of Engineering Products” was given by Ms.M.Geethapriya, HOD of ECE Department in the third session included the general information about the Copyright, Trademark, Patent which is very essential to every Professional and Individual.
Final session ended with delightful speech of Mr.Pon.Rathnavel (Former Lecturer of Mechanical Department) on “Framing a Teaching-Learning Process” for the present education. It was a crispy moments for the lecturers to understand younger student generation’s expectation.
Tuesday, July 1, 2008
29 June 2008 would be a remarkable date for futurologists as fifteen engineering students doing their third and fourth year turned CEO they come together to launch their respective companies as subsidiaries under the aegis of the Students Software Solutions to be run wholly by students themselves. SSS was started by Anmol Vij, an engineering student, some time ago as a natural successor to CUG which we had covered in the previous blogs. Under this, each CEO will employ 25-40 students of their choice and depute them to work on the projects. They will devote roughly three hours everyday. The fifteen CEO and their colleges are Anmol Vij, R. Vivek, and S. Srinivasan(Sri Krishna College of Engineering and Technology), K. Ajay Naveen (Coimbatore Institute of Technology), N. Alagendran, (Karpagam College of Engineering), V. Ashyanth(PSG College of Technology) Ashish Vij(SNS College of Technology) A.P. Sathish (SNS College of Engineering) S.N.Dilipkumar(Tamil Nadu College of Engineering) G. Mugundha, Robin Tyagi ( College of Engineering and Technology), Nivedita Murugan (Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham) Radhasubramanian(Vellore Institute of Technology) D. Saranya (Sri Ramakrishna Engineering College) and K. Arun Prakash (Sri Ramakrishna Institute of Technology)
The formal launch of the companies took place at Hotel Mangala International on 29.06.2008 and suitably the companies chose Dr.S.N.Subramaniam, Chairman, SNS Group of Institutions as their Chief Guest. Dr.SNS provided the needed inspiration and ignition at the start of such a promising event. In his special address, Dr.SNS firstly congratulated and appreciated the entire team and the founder chairman Anmol Vij. He expressed his pride and happiness to be a part of such a noble venture. He highlighted the importance and value of entreprenuership in making India a superpower. He told the audience that entreprenuership beckons creativity, taking calculated risks and dedication and mentioned that these CEOs have them in surplus. He drew parallels from entreprenuers and visionaries like Dhirubhai Ambani. S.Narayanamoorthy and Dr.Abdul Kalam to motivate the gathering. He said this is the first time in the history of any country in the world, such a venture took place. He also expressed his astonishment on thinking what this young audience who can do this at their 20s do in their 60s. He said the SSS motivated SNS and not the vice versa. He once again departed with a wish that SSS becomes a multi billion dollar company. His time bound speech made the audience spell bound. Mr.Murli Mohan, Mr.Siddique and Dr.V.P.Arunachalam also spoke during the occassion.
It was also a special occassion for SNSCE as it was also one of the colleges under this enterprising endeavour. In fact, SNSCE is the only college started in the current academic year in the list of these 15 elite colleges. A.P.Sathish, a first year IT student is the CEO of PROTECH, a subsidiary of SSS formed by 35 students of SNSCE. The students of CSE & IT departments of SNSCE are a part of this project. The list of students are S.Ambarish, K.Angammaiy, S.Arun Kannan, S.Chandru Kumar, N.Mahendran, M. Manoj Kumar, N.Muthu Ezhilarasan, R.Nandhini Priya, A.Poonkuzhali, N.Ramya, M.Sairamsanthoshkumar, S.Sajutheen, R.V.Satheesh Kumar, A.P.Sathish (CEO), S.Shylaja, A.Thirunavukkarasu, S.Vigneswari, C.Vishnu Chakravarthi, M.Vivek Kumar, P.Vyshak(all IT), A.Anbarasan, Annie Ratna Priya, K.Arul Kumar, R.Catherin Hilda, R.Dhanya, S.Dhiviya, B.Jagadish Kumar, V.Kanimozhi, T.Karthiga, O.Karthikeyan,R.Shanmugaraj V.Venkatesh, M.Vignesh(all CSE) and Mehul Arun Shah (ECE).
The launch of subsidaries SSS is indeed a worthwhile, applaudable and heartwarming effort. As Rabindranath Tagore says "Age considers, Youth ventures". SNSCE wishes the venture all success
Tuesday, May 13, 2008
Saturday, April 12, 2008
Monday, April 7, 2008
Wednesday, April 2, 2008
Friday, March 21, 2008
Wednesday, March 5, 2008
Yamini (9.2) (ECE) who was steadily competing in the race for toppers reaped rich dividends when she managed to become the ECE topper and hold the 4th rank in the college. She was followed by P.Dhivya of CSE (9.1) whose progress has been the pride of SNSCE. P.Dhivya, a rural Tamil medium student showed hard work and steady progress and emerged into the list of toppers in the Model Examination. Her entry into the list of toppers in the Semester Examinations shows that her success was no flash in the pan. The regular toppers complete the list with Prem Gokull and Surayya emerging the toppers of IT and EEE respectively. Swadhini, Alamelu, Nancy Mary, Saranyaa Devi, Preethiya (all ECE), Lavanya (IT) and Vignesh (EEE) make up the numbers for the top ten.
Saturday, March 1, 2008
Friday, February 29, 2008
“Science without Humanity” is one of the seven social sins proclaimed by Mahatma Gandhiji. However the rapid development of science forces the society to strike a compromise with the values of humanity. In this juncture, the National Science Day 2008 proved an ideal platform for the SNSCE students to debate on the topic “Does Science destroys Moral Values?” Prof.R.Natarajan, HoD, Department of Science and Humanities moderated the lively debate. The team of D.Krishnanand, Jyothish.M.Peter, Annie Ratna Priya and Buma Dharsiny were of the view that Science does not kill human values. Their nemesis was the team of P.Nirmala, T.Vanathi, N.Muthu Ezhilarasan and K.Rajbharath. An august gathering of about 60 students from all departments of SNSCE eagerly followed the debate. The organizing committee comprised of Mr.Pon.Rathnavel , Lecturer – Mechanical Engineering and students Ms.K.Alamelu and Mr.S.M.Ramesh(both ECE).
Prof.R.Natarajan welcomed the gathering and participants for the debate and elucidated on the importance and legend of the National Science Day. He also briefly explained the baseline of the topic and invited views from the participants. D.Krishnanand (I EEE) opened up the debate. He mentioned that he was unable to configure how people can imagine of science destroying moral values. He followed it up with examples of how science can enhance the moral values in day to day lives. However his class mate P.Nirmala (I EEE) ran through the same list of examples on how science could destroy moral values. This had the audience in splits. She ended up quoting Einstein “Lets make things simple. Not Simpler” and said that since Science was so simple, morality became an easy target. Jyothish M. Peter (I CSE) with his valiant voice and deft diction made strong points for the cause of science not destroying human values. He was equally combated by the enthusiastic T. Vanathi (I ECE) who was firm that the current generation is suffering from too much of science. Annie Ratna Priya (I CSE) drew parallels from India in the 1960s and India in the 2010s and explained how science made things easier for human beings in the gap of 50 years. N. Muthu Ezhilarasan (I IT) then brought in the issue of development Vs environment and quoted a series of environmental issues to argue and augur his case. The final speakers for both sides V.Bumadharsiny (I IT) and K. Rajbharath (I ECE) hottened up the debate. They both threw pointers at each other and reiterated in such force that enthused the audience who kept cheering for both of them. Their arguments took rapid strides and the moderator Prof.R.Natarajan had to bring the house down to order a couple of times.
Prof.R.Natarajan resumed his speech after all the participants and firstly applauded the participants. He explained that he kept science out of the discussion by arranging it in a simple hall devoid of any sound systems and LCDs. He mentioned that science was inevitable to the humanity. However when kept in a scale with morality, science should take a back seat. He emphasized the audience to always keep morality high and never let it down in the sake of promoting science. He quoted points from all the speakers and concluded that science and morality should be in complete harmony and there should be no case of each destroying the others. The verdict was well received by the audience and they were very happy to be a part of such an intriguing and informative debate on the lovely occasion.
Friday, February 8, 2008
Monday, February 4, 2008
SNSCE played two roles with respect to Kovai Marathon 2008. Exactly 32 students of SNSCE were a part of this race and a half a dozen volunteer team performed with elan the most critical of the jobs.
Predictably, Pudhukottai Sports Clubs made a clean sweep in the competetion. The chief coach of the Kavinadu Atheletic Association Mr.Loganathan whose club won a record 24 prizes happened to be a coach of our Physical Director Mr.D.Saravanamoorthy. A renowned person in the field of atheletics coaching, Mr.Loganathan spent some ten minutes with the boys and gave them valuable tips on preparing for track events.
Later the participants and volunteers worked in tandem with the authorities to disperse the flagpoles and flags and earned special appreciation from one and all. It was hard work for the students and volunteers from 05.00 hrs to 11.00 hrs and when you taught these people were off to a well deserved rest - they were getting ready to trail a blaze for the intramural cricket finals, which was to start at 14.00 hrs.
Tuesday, January 29, 2008
The semifinals saw EEE pitted against ECE. After accomplishing an unbeatable lead easily in both the sets, EEE allowed complacency to creep in. However they managed to come back without much damage to trounce ECE in straight sets 28-10,28-12. The second semifinal was a close affair with CSE and IT fighting it out to the end. In both the sets, CSE suddenly snatched from the half way mark and scored 10 points in succession. Anbarasan proved to be a major force as he slammed on the empty places. The final result unfolded 28-14, 28-13 in CSE's favour.
The first set in the finals was upbeat with both sides contesting hard. In fact, CSE went to snatch the lead 10-4. But the cool head of Vignesh and Subash complimented by some power hitting by Vigneshnathan and Lawrence saw the EEE in full vigour. They went on to snatch the first set 28-16. Buoyed by the success, they simply outplayed CSE in all aspects of the game to snatch the second set 28-2. A comprehensive and cohesive display saw the EEE walk out in flying colours.
Semifinals : CSE bt IT (28-14,28-13) & EEE bt ECE (28-10,28-12)
Saturday, January 26, 2008
Friday, January 25, 2008
Thursday, January 17, 2008
Sunday, January 13, 2008
Saturday, January 12, 2008
It was followed by the VC Dr.R.Radhakrishnan who stressed the need to move forward in educational alliance and set an example for other Universities. He informed that MBA students would be trained in System Application Product (SAP) in Data Processing Business One software crucial to manage a Small and Medium Industry (SME), by Infospectrum, with the University providing the infrastructure. He emphasised that this programme was only the starting point in a slew of academic alliances.
Cal Kailasam, Vice-President, Infospectrum, Chennai, was of the view that there will be a great demand for SAP Bone consultants in the future. He mentioned that the course was tailor made for the final and pre-final year MBA, MCA, B.E., B. Tech, M. Sc., B.Sc., M.E and M. Tech students to kickstart a wonderful career.
Rohit Bhalla, Director, SAP Education India, said that the programme would attract a talented student pool and also Information Technology Companies when they came for campus interviews. He presented the modus operandi of the programme, its objectives and advantages. He also demonstrated the position of InfoSpectrum in the SAP industry and a few operations in SAP software.
At the fag end of the programme, feedback was sought from the colleges. After answering the queries of the faculty members on the programme, the alliance of Info Spectrum hosted the gathering to a sumptous lunch.