Welcome to Mepco Schlenk Engineering College, Sivakasi

Mepco Schlenk Engineering College, Sivakasi

WELCOME TO DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

Mechanical Engineering Block

Vision
"To render services to the global needs of engineering industries by educating students to become professional mechanical engineers of excellent calibre”

Mission

“To produce mechanical engineering technocrats with a perfect knowledge of intellectual and hands on experiences and to inculcate the spirit of moral values and ethics to serve the society”

Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)

S.No

PEOs

Definition of PEO’s

I

Self-Learning

Continual receptiveness for leadership and social challenges.

II

Breadth

Inculcate good scientific and engineering knowledge to create novel products for the real life issues.

III

Analytical reasoning

Integrate fundamentals and new concepts from engineering practices.

IV

Communication Skills

Excel in vocabulary and interpersonal skill as a Professional Engineer.

Programme Outcomes (POs)

Mechanical Engineering Graduates will have

1.

Imparting strong foundation about the technical know-how of mechanical engineering

2.

Root cause analysis of a mechanical engineering problem through basic and engineering sciences 

3.

Solving complex mechanical engineering problems

4.

Critical thinking/analysing  mechanical engineering problems using research based methods

5.

Handling latest engineering tools with advanced software knowledge

6.

Tuning latest Mechanical engineering advancements to the benefits of society

7.

Mechanical engineering solutions to green and sustainable development

8.

Adopting Professional ethics in technical field

9.

Perform individual activity/Leadership ability in a multifaceted group

10.

Communication competency in presenting technocrats reports

11.

Capability in completing a project with financial management

12.

Up-to-date in current events

Courses Offered & Annual Intake

Sl.No.

Courses offered

Intake of students

1

B.E. in Mechanical Engineering

120

2

M.E.  in CAD/CAM

25

3

M.E. in Industrial Safety Engineering

24

4

M.Tech in Nano Science & Technology

18

5

Ph.D. (Full Time & Part Time)

 

Achievements & Awards

  • Listed at http://www.cirs-tm.org/, the International Centre for Scientific Research (CIRS) which is a well renowned website for science research under the category "Organisation / Technology / India" and IT Department under the category "Organisation / Computer Science / India"
  • Department of Mechanical Engineering received accreditation by National Board of Accreditation (NBA), AICTE, New Delhi, for three years, from June 2007 and reaccreditation is in process.
  • Recognized as Research Centre to have interaction with Anna University Chennai for collaborative research programme which leads to Ph.D. and M.S. degree by research.
  • Recognized as Centre of Relevance and Excellence (CORE) on Industrial Safety by DST, TIFAC, and New Delhi.
  • The M.E. Industrial Safety Engineering course has been recognized by the Labour and Employment (M2) Department, Government of Tamilnadu, as a qualification for the post of Safety Officer.
  • Our faculty are fellow members of renowned national and international level technical bodies and have received recognition in the form of national awards.
  • A maiden M.Tech. Degree programme in Nano Science and Technology has been launched  for the first time under AICTE, New Delhi. 

Facilities

The Department is well equipped with state-of-the art laboratories and infrastructural facilities in all the thrust areas. Students get a wide exposure and practical hands on training in the sophisticated equipment during their lab sessions. 

IC Engines Laboratory

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Distinct facilities like Computerized IC engine Test rig, Computerised Multi Cylinder Diesel Engine Test Rig, and Variable Compression Ratio (VCR) engine test rig, etc., are available.

Safety Engineering Laboratory

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Unique facilities like Friction tester (BAM), Ignition Temperature Apparatus, Infra Red Thermo Meter, High volume sampler, Bursting Strength Tester, Sound level meter, Temperature & Humidity Data Logger, Flue Gas analyzer are available.

CAD Laboratory

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CAD Lab has equipped with more than 85 Computer Systems with high end latest Configuration hardware.

The software available include AutoCAD 2006, SolidWorks 2012, SolidEdge, Pro/Engineer wildfire 3.0, ANSYS 14, LS-DYNA, Materials Studio, MATLAB & Simulink, E Yantra (Design Software), Factory CAD, AutoCAD Mechanical 2000, MDT, NISA Display III with all modules, I-DEAS, and CATIA V5R10 etc,.

CAM Laboratory

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CAM laboratory is equipped with CNC production Lathe, CNC trainer Lathe, CNC Milling machine and CADEM Software.


Mechatronics Laboratory

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Mechatronics lab is equipped with HYDROSIM, FLUIDSIM software, Basic Pneumatic trainer kit, Computerized Data Logging System, Design & Testing of Fluid Power and Speed Control of AC Servo Motor.

Workshop

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Workshop is provided with High Precision Centre Lathe, Gear Hobbing machine, Shaping, Milling, Planner, Surface Grinder and other conventional machines.

Model Room

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Model Room containing more than 60 models.  More than 50 wall charts and nearly 300 slides are available. The students are encouraged to work with the model to get practical training.

Nano Science & Technology Lab

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Nano Science and Technology lab has equipped with latest testing and analysis facilities like Electronic Balance, Glove box workstation, RF/DC Sputtering unit, Wire chamber Furnace, Electro Chemical Workstation, Spin coater, UV/Vis Spectrophotometer, Planetary mono mill, Ultrasonic processor, Zeta Sizer, FT-IR, Scanning Probe Microscope, ICP Spectrometer, Scanning Electron Microscope,  Hall Effect Instrument, Inert Vacuum Furnace, Vacuum spin coater

Other Laboratories

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Carpentry Shop, Fitting Shop, Smithy & Foundry shop, Welding & Sheet metal shop, Fluid Mechanics lab, Heat transfer lab Industrial Engineering lab, Instrumentation & Dynamics lab, Metallurgy and NDT lab, Metrology lab, Refrigeration & A/C lab, Solar and Energy lab, Steam lab  are equipped with conventional machines and equipment

 

Faculty Strength

Dr.P.Nagaraj

  • Dr.P.Nagaraj, the person in command of the Department, continues to lead and expands its activities in various directions and new dimensions. He has rich experience in teaching and his specialisations are Operation Research, Fuzzy logic, Inventory control.
  • All our faculty are highly qualified, experienced and powerfully motivated. They have a great deal of expertise in their relevant field of specialization.
  • 9 of the faculty members are having doctorates and 5 more others are pursuing their  Ph.D. degree.
  • The average total experience of the faculty is 15 years and the average experience in  MSEC is  10 years.

Publications by our faculty in Journals and Conferences (Last 5 Years)

Level

No. of Publications

International Journal

85

National Journal

6

International Conference

19

National Conference / Seminar

70

 Honours and remarkable achievements of our faculty

Ø  Research supervisor for guiding Ph.D candidates

Ø  Reviewer in various reputed International Journals and Books

Ø  Member of the Board of Studies in Faculty of Mechanical Engineering

Ø  Ph.D Doctoral Committee Members

Ø   "Best Faculty Advisor" of IE(I) Students’ Chapter

TEACHING & RESEARCH

  • The broad range of specialization of our faculty members includes CAD/CAM, Safety Engineering, Fluid Mechanics, Solar Engineering, Metallurgy, Production, Thermal Engineering, Industrial Engineering and Machine Design.
  • All the faculty members will be preparing the course schedule and course file for the approaching semesters.  The course schedule and the lesson plan will be distributed to the students during the first lecture itself.  The course file will consist of extensive study material collected from different sources, previous University Question Papers and many other supporting materials. To the satisfaction of Students, the entire syllabus is covered and students are exposed to the current trend of mechanical engineering through video clippings and technical shows.
  •  Most of our faculty members are involved with sponsored research projects which are undertaken by various organisations. Every year, students with research aptitude are given small modules as project work from these sponsored research projects.  So, students have a variety of opportunities to investigate a broad range of research in about a dozen thrust areas.
  • The faculty has been active in offering consultancy services to industries and training &testing services to local fireworks industries and nearby Institutions.

Research Projects

Sl.
No.

Dept

Name of the Investigator(s) & Department

Title of the Research Project

Sponsor

Starting
Date
(Y & M)

Period

Sanctioned amount in Rs.

Status

1.         

Mech

Dr. S. Ravindran &
Mr. M. Veeramani

Explosion prevention in fireworks industry

DST

1998

 

1232000

C

2.         

Mech

Dr. S. Ravindran
Mr. S. P. Asok &
Dr. N. Mohamed Sheriff

Design, analysis, fabrication and testing of labyrinth pressure reducer

IGCAR

2000

 

645000

C

3.         

Mech

Dr. N. Mohammed Sheriff

Design and Analysis of impact resistance structures

ISRO

2001

 

600000

C

4.         

Mech

Dr. S. Ravindran &
Mr. S.P.Asok

Establishment of a Renewable Energy Park

MNES,
New Delhi

2001

 

130000

C

5.         

Mech

Dr. N. Mohamed Sheriff and Mr. N. Rajesh Jesudoss Hynes

Impactor Penetration Studies

DRDL

2004

 

544400

C

6.         

Mech

Dr. N. Bose
Mr. M.Anandhan

Explosive Disposal by Confined Burning

DRDL

2005

1 ½ yrs

767760

C

7.         

Mech

Dr. P.Nagaraj
Mr. B.Raja Mohamed Rabi, L/Mech

Finite Element Model Updating Based on Experimental Test Results

ISRO

2005 /08

 

397000

C

8.         

Mech

Dr.P.Nagaraj, HOD/Mech &
Mr.A.Azhagurajan, L/Mech

Environment Friendly Fireworks

PESO,
Nagpur

2007/3

6 mon.

1879000

C

9.         

Mech

Dr.N.Selvakumar, ASP/Mech, Mrs.R.Shantha Selvakumari, AP/ECE, Mr. S.Sambath, SGL/Mech.

Development of Artificial Intelligence for Interpretation of Ultrasonic test data

VSSC,

Trivandrum

2007/3

2 yrs

567000

C

10.      

Mech

Dr. P. Nagaraj
Dr. R. Maheswaran

Design Optimisation of sonar calibration Boom

NPOL, DRDO

2009/8

4 mon

127000

C

11.      

EEE
MECH

Prof. V. Jayasankar/ee
Dr. N. Senthilkumar
Dr. P. Nagaraj/Mech Dr. N. Bose/Mech

Modifications in binding, cutting, sewing machines and implementation of efficient solar power system at Amar Seva Sangam (RuTAG cell)

IIT Madras

2010/3

6 months

206000

C

12.      

Mech

Dr. S. Ravindran
Mr.S.P.Sivaprakasam

TIFAC-CORE in Industrial Safety

DST
(TIFAC)

2000

 

4490000

OG

13.      

Mech

Mr.A.Vasanthanathan
Dr. N.Mohamed Sheriff

Numerical and experimental Analysis of Carbon / Phenolic Composite Shells under impact

VSSC, Trivandrum

2005 /08
2009-13

 

867000

C

14.      

Mech

Mr.N.Rajesh Jesudoss Hynes

Friction Stud Welding Machine

MSME

2010/9

 

605000

OG

15.      

Mech

Mr.J.Thanikachalam

Design & Fabrication of Coconut Plucking Machine

MSME

2010/9

 

1170000

OG

16.      

Mech

Mr.A.Azhagurajan
Dr.P.Nagaraj

Amores mixing machine

MSME

2010/9

 

630000

OG

17.      

Mech

Mr.A.Azhagurajan
Dr.P.Nagaraj

Automatic Chorsa filling machine

MSME

2010/9

 

680000

OG

18.      

Mech

Dr.N.Selvakumar
Mr.A.Azhagurajan

Influence of Nano Powders in Fireworks Manufacturing

AICTE
RPS

2010/10

2 years

840000

OG

19.      

Mech

Dr.P.Nagaraj
Dr.R.Maheswaran
Dr.D.Selvathi

Estimation of Torsional Characteristics of 'Cable – Connector-Dunk Body' System

NPOL
Kochi

2011/11

15 mon

860000

OG

20.      

Mech

Dr.N.Bose

Design of a Diesel Particulate Filter with Low Cost Catalytic Coating for Indian Conditions

AICTE
RPS

2011/12

2 years

1250000

OG

21.      

Mech

Dr.P.Nagaraj
Mr.J.Thanikachalam

Design and Fabrication of Magneto Rheological Brake

AICTE
RPS

2013/04

3 yrs

960000

OG

22.      

Mech

Mr.N.Rajesh Jesudoss Hynes

Heat assisted friction stud welding of hybrid aluminum matrix composite fasteners

SERB
New Delhi

2013/06

2 yrs

2008000

OG

 

 

 

TOTAL

 

 

 

21455160

 

 
STUDENTS ACHIEVEMENT

IE(I)-Mechanical Students Chapter:

  • The Mechanical Department Association, affiliated to the Institution of Engineers (India) has been vibrant as ever before .
  • In the association hours various activities have been conducted under different heads, for the betterment of the student members as well as their overall development, both in the curricular and extra-curricular fields. The activities so far are as follows

Association Activities conducted during the year 2010-2011

Sl.No

Event

Event Count

Guest Lecture

3

Technical Talk

12

Group Discussions

4

Video Presentation

7

Quiz

6

6

Aptitude

2

Paper Presentation

1

CAD Modelling & Water Rocketry

3

Association Activities conducted during the year 2011-2012

Sl.No

Event

Event Count

1

Guest Lecture

4

Technical Talk

13

Group Discussions

5

Video Presentation

5

Quiz

4

Aptitude

5

Paper Presentation

2

8

CAD Modelling & Water Rocketry

1

Association Activities conducted during the year 2012-2013

Sl.No

Event

Event Count

Guest Lecture

7

Technical Talk

10

Group Discussions

9

Video Presentation

6

Quiz

6

Aptitude

3

Paper Presentation

1

CAD Modelling & Water Rocketry

1

Association Activities conducted during the year 2013-2014 (Till November 2013)

Sl.No

Event

Event Count

1

Guest Lecture

5

Technical Talk

4

Group Discussions

3

Video Presentation

3

Quiz

2

Aptitude

1

Paper Presentation

1

CAD Modelling & Water Rocketry

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University Ranks

Programme

Total University Ranks

First Ranks

B.E. Mechanical Engineering

71

6

M.E. CAD/CAM

11

3

M.E. Industrial Safety Engineering

10

8

M.Tech Nano Science and Technology

4

3

UNIVERSITY RANK HOLDERS IN THE LAST FIVE YEARS : B.E. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

Sl.No.

Year

Name of the Student

Rank

1
2009
Kabilash K M
VI
2

Veera Malayappan M R

XLVII

3
2010

Anantha Narayanan S

XVIII

4

Bharathkumar P

XIX

5

Sathish Kumar V

XXIV

6

Gandhiraj M

XXXI

7
2011

Hemnath Kumar S

II

8

Srinivasan S

III

9

Sathish Kumar P

X

10

Chinthan Dass K R G

XII

11

Minesh Babu S

XVII

12

Rangith R

XXIII

13

Ananda Rahavan S

XXX

14

Umar OA

XLI

15

Raajkumar S

XLIV

16
2012

Midhun Vignesh S

XI

17

Anand M

XII

18

Mahendrakumar V

XIV

19

Rengaprasath M

XV

20

Gowthamraj J

XVII

21

Venkatesh B S

XXIII

22

Muthiah S

XXV

23

Arun Lakshmi S

XXXIII

24

Muralidharan R

XXXV

25

Arunbalakrishnan G K

XLI

26

Nagulan M

XLIII

27

Nanda Kumar P

XLV

28

Jaffer Ali A

XLVI

29

Arul Mozhi Varman L

XLVIII

30
2013

Chenthil Shiv Guru L V

I

31

Rangaswamy M

III

32

Venkateshwaran B S

VIII

33

Dinesh V

XII

34

Arun T S

XIX

35

Vignesh K

XXIII

36

Jeferson Devaraj J

XXIV

37

Siva K

XXV

38

Vignesh R

XXVI

39

Karthik S T

XXXVII

40

Krishnakumar G

XXXVII

41

Marimuthu M

XXXVIII

42

Manoharan M

XXXIX

43

Arun Vinayak C

XXXIX

44

Youvaraj S

XLI

45

Karthik Prakash S

XLV

46

Housab Md Shabeerkhan K M S

L

47

Arun Kumar P

L

UNIVERSITY RANK HOLDERS IN THE LAST FIVE YEARS : M.E. CAD/CAM

 

Sl.No.

Year

Name of the Student

Rank

1. 

2011

Parthiban K

I

2. 

2012

Rajesh P

I

 

UNIVERSITY RANK HOLDERS IN THE LAST FIVE YEARS : M.E. INDUSTRIAL SAFETY ENGG

Sl.No.

Year

Name of the Student

Rank

1

2009

Subramanian K

I

2

2010

Jai Prakash Singh

I

3

2011

Chamundeeswari T

I

4

2012

Vignesh Kumar S

I

5

2013

Arunamithra J

II

6

2013

Rajan P

III

UNIVERSITY RANK HOLDERS IN THE LAST FIVE YEARS : M.TECH. NANO SCIENCE & TECH

Sl.No.

Year

Name of the Student

Rank

1

2009

Benitha V.S.

I

2

2010

Aarthye P

I

3

2011

Preethi A V M

I

4

2012

Kartiga A

I

5

2012

Brightlin B C

II

 

 

  • The Institution of Engineers (India) has awarded "Best Engineering College Students' Chapter Award" to IE (I) Students Chapter (MECH) of Department of Mechanical Engineering. The award was given during the Inaugural function of the 12th IEI Convocation and Technicians' / Students' Convention held at Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh on 16th Oct. 2004.
  • IE (I) Students Chapter (MECH) Won Dr. A. Battacharya National Award for the consecutive  years 2001, 2002 & 2003
  • Many UG & PG projects were undertaken from the local industries.
  • More number of students are getting placements through campus recruitment, with very high salary every year.
  • A Team of SAE club students Participated in BAJA 2009 held at Pithampur, Madhya Pradesh
  • Two awards from Tamil Nadu State Council for Science & Technology (TNSCST) were bagged by our students  for their  projects
  • More than 200 papers won prizes in National, State level seminars, Workshops and Symposiums from the inception of the department.
  • Cash award of Rs.60, 000 has been received as First and Second Prizes from the above.
  • At a National Level Competition held at MIT, Chennai, our student’s project “Design and Fabrication of a mini motor cycle for kids” has won the first prize.
  • At a National Level Competition held at SASTRA, Tanjore, our student’s project “Design & Fabrication of PC Based Continuity and reliability test rig for productivity improvement” has won second prize along with a cash award of Rs. 10,000.
  • The students receive hands on training in various Mechanical Engineering Software packages other than their regular curriculum.  This helps them to have a cutting edge over other students during placement.
  • Industrial visits are organized periodically, apart from the Educational tour.
  • The department is having two associations viz Institution of Engineers (India) – Students chapter (Mechanical) and Society of Automotive Engineers (India) – Student Branch.  Through Video Clippings, documentaries and other activities students get exposed to the current trend and challenges in Mechanical Engineering. Besides, students take seminar on different topics that would help them to excel in knowledge and communication skills.
  • Department has organized training programs in the latest software for the benefit of students.
  • Our students are recruited by the leading enterprises like by Wipro, CTS, L&T, Titan, Elgi Equipments, HCL Infosys, Honeywell, TVS Tyres and Tubes, Sundaram Fasteners, Cethar Vessels, Avery India, Brakes India, Lucas TVS, TVS-Delphi, Addisons, Igarishi Motors, Alstom, HPCL, Tarapore & Co., Orchid chemicals, etc.
  • Society of Automobile Engineering has been awarded with best innovation award in 2006 at a convention held at crescent engineering college, Chennai.

Best Outgoing Students

Year

Name

Course

1996

Mr.J.KARTHIKEYAN

B.E Mechanical Engineering

1997

Mr.A.ARULMANI

B.E Mechanical Engineering

1998

Mr. .S.SAKTHIVEL *

B.E Mechanical Engineering

1999

Mr.M.FRANK  JEBARAJAN JONATHAN

B.E Mechanical Engineering

2000

Mr. N.RAMANATHAN

B.E Mechanical Engineering

2001

Mr. R.EUGENE MOSES

B.E Mechanical Engineering

2002

Mr. C.FELIX GEORGE ABRAHAM

B.E Mechanical Engineering

2003

Mr.DEEPAK SASIKUMAR *

B.E Mechanical Engineering

2004

Mr.JOHN SUNIL SAMUEL RAJ

B.E Mechanical Engineering

2005

Mr.V.JEYABASKAR

B.E Mechanical Engineering

2006

Mr.MANISH SHISHODIA *

B.E Mechanical Engineering

2007

Mr.k.DEEPAK SAGAR

B.E Mechanical Engineering

2008

Mr.N.KARTHIK

B.E Mechanical Engineering

2009

Mr.K.M.KABILASH*

B.E Mechanical Engineering

Mr.K.SUBRAMANIAN

M.E  Industrial Safety Engineering

Ms.V.S.BENITHA

M.Tech Nano Science and Technology

2010

Mr.S.ANANTHANARAYANAN

B.E Mechanical Engineering

Mr.M.BEJAMIN PERCY

M.E  Industrial Safety Engineering

Ms.P.AARTHYE 

M.Tech Nano Science and Technology

2011

Mr.K.R.G.CHINTHAN DASS

B.E Mechanical Engineering

Ms.T.CHAMUNDEESWARI

M.E  Industrial Safety Engineering

Mr.K.PARTHIBAN

M.E CAD/CAM

Ms.A.V.M.PREETHI

M.Tech Nano Science and Technology

2012

Mr.M.RENGAPRASATH

B.E Mechanical Engineering

Mr.K.K.SUNDARARAJAN

M.E  Industrial Safety Engineering

Mr.K.KARTHIKEYAN

M.E CAD/CAM

A.KARTHIGA 

M.Tech Nano Science and Technology

2013

Mr.L.V.CHENTHIL SHIV GURU *

B.E Mechanical Engineering

Mr.R.MURUGARAJ

M.E  Industrial Safety Engineering

Mr.J.JEROLD JOHN BRITTON

M.E CAD/CAM

Mr.R.RAJESH KUMAR

M.Tech Nano Science and Technology

* Best outgoing Student of the College for the academic year

Best Project Awards

Year

 Name of the Students

 Title

Name of the Guide

2009-10

Anantha Narayanan.S

Naveen Prasad.V

Sathish Kumar.V

Siva Shankar.E

Design, Analysis and Fabrication of Fixture for Multi – Plane Bend Butt Weld Joint In Auto Weld Machine

Dr. R. Rajkumar

2010-11

Anand.S

Anand Rahavan.S

Hemnath Kumar.S

Veera Raghavan.R

Design Analysis And Fabrication Of Solar Electric Vehicle

Mr. R. Palanichamy

2011-12

Gokul T R

Kanagasabapathy S

Ravivarman A

Rengaprasath M

Study, Testing And Finite Element Analysis Of KFRP Military Armour Vests

Mr.A.Vasanthanathan

2012-13

Saravanan T M

Krishnamoorthy N

Lokesh S

Arun Vinayak C

Electric Assist Human Powered Vehicle

Mr.N.Vasiraja

 

Conferences / Seminars Organized

Category

No. of Programs

International-level  Conference

1

National-level  Conference

6

National-level  Technical Symposium

12

National-level  ISTE / AICTE-SDP / FDP

6

National-level  Workshop

2

TIFAC-CORE in Industrial Safety

Department of Science & Technology (DST), New Delhi, has recognized the department of Mechanical Engineering as a CENTRE OF RELEVANCE & EXCELLENCE  (CORE)    in INDUSTRIAL SAFETY. A MoU / agreement was signed between Department of Science and Technology and our college on 04-10-2000. The TIFAC-CORE was launched by Bharat Ratna Dr.APJ.Abdulkalam, then Principal Scientific  Adviser to Government of India on 8-11-2000. Under TIFAC-CORE a safety lab has been established at a cost of Rs.2 Crores. The college has spent more than 36 lakh rupees to construct a building for safety laboratory, classrooms and a permanent exhibition hall.

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Inauguration of CORE project by Dr. A. P. J. Abdul Kalam

  • TIFAC-CORE in Industrial Safety is conducting M.E. degree program in Industrial Safety Engineering since 2002. The course is affiliated to Anna University, Chennai and approved by AICTE, New Delhi. It has been recognized as a qualification for the post of Safety Officer by the Labor and Employment (M2) Department, Government of Tamilnadu as per the G.O. M.S. No.291 dated 26.10.2004.

·         With the help of the mobile safety van in-plant training programmes are conducted in the industry premises enabling transfer of learning to the working place immediately. In all over 13,500 people have been benefited through 82 programmes. The objectives of the above programmes are to create awareness among the workers on safety, accident prevention, clean working environment, productivity improvement, waste reduction, etc.

·         TIFAC-CORE has completed research projects of worth 26.46 lakhs sponsored by government organizations  like DRDL, Hyderabad and PESO, Nagpur.

·         A state-of-the-art facility with high end research equipments like ICP Spectrometer, Atomic Force Microscope, UV Visible Spectrophotometer, Particle size analyser, Scanning Electron Microscope etc. is available to take up any research work in Industrial Safety Engineering.

·         The Metal Powder Company, Thirumangalam, along with their allied units ALCO and NALCO have come forward as industrial partners of TIFAC-CORE.

·         Every year TIFAC-CORE is celebrating National Safety Day on 4th March.

  • TIFAC-CORE has been extended with a financial aid of 3 crore from DST, India

 

 

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