Committees

Entrepreneurship Development Committee

This cell aims to train and motivate young professionals in self-employment as well as generate employment. Upon completion of this programme, one will gain sufficient knowledge on applicability of technology for setting up industry,an exposure to sources of finance and management practices required for industry as well as marketability of the product(s).

The following are the major activities under the purview of E-Cell :
Entrepreneurship Development Committee Personnel
NAMEDEPARTMENTPOSITION
Dr. T. Soundararajan----NA----Principal
Mrs. S. RadhikaMBAConvener
Mrs. S. AjithaMBACo-Convener
Dr. B Rajeev KumarMBAMember
Mrs. T.V. SaranyaECEMember

Sports Committee

The Sports Committee is here to represent the views of the student body on all sporting matters. They are to support the sports officer, helping to gather feedback from students, promoting sporting opportunities and contribute to the development of student sport. They are a vital link between students and the Sports Officer, providing another way for the student's voice to be heard. The Sports Committee organise sporting events throughout the academic year and the Sport Awards as well as look at developing new initiatives and ways of improving the sporting experience at PRINCE .

At the very outset Sports Committees for men and women were formed to guide and co-ordinate the sports activities and to organize games and sports in the affiliated colleges Each year, the Department of Physical Education organizes Inter-College (Men and Women) tournaments.

Sports Committee Personnel
NAMEDEPARTMENTPOSITION
Dr. T. Soundararajan----NA----Principal
Mr. K. Suriya BharathiPDConvener
Mrs. S. TamilmurasuPDCo-Convener
Dr. S. SubburamCSEMember
Mrs. P. VeeralakshmiITMember
Mr. PrabhuMechanicalMember
Mr. P. AshokECEMember
Mr. M J MuraliEEEMember
Mr. DineshECEMember
Ms. Sathya NaveenaMBAMember
Mr. M RajkumarCIVILMember
Mr. J. RameshCIVILMember

Cultural and Events Committee

The Sports Committee is here to represent the views of the student body on all sporting matters. They are to support the sports officer, helping to gather feedback from students, promoting sporting opportunities and contribute to the development of student sport. They are a vital link between students and the Sports Officer, providing another way for the student's voice to be heard. The Sports Committee organise sporting events throughout the academic year and the Sport Awards as well as look at developing new initiatives and ways of improving the sporting experience at PRINCE .

At the very outset Sports Committees for men and women were formed to guide and co-ordinate the sports activities and to organize games and sports in the affiliated colleges Each year, the Department of Physical Education organizes Inter-College (Men and Women) tournaments.

Cultural and Events Committee Personnel
NAMEDEPARTMENTPOSITION
Dr. T. Soundararajan----NA----Principal
Dr. T. SaravananECEConvener
Dr. P. Sharmila S&HCo-Convener
Mrs. J. JayashankariCSEMember
Mrs. J. PriyadharshiniECEMember

Anti-Ragging Committee

As per the order of Supreme Court of India and subsequent Notification from University Grants Commission (UGC), ragging constitutes one or more of any intention by any student or group of students on:

Objectives of Anti Ragging Committee

Anti-Ragging Committee will be the Supervisory and Advisory Committee in preserving a Culture of Ragging Free Environment in the college Campus. The Anti-Ragging Squad- office bearers will work under the Supervision of Anti Ragging Committee and to engage in the works of checking places like Hostels, Buses, Canteens, Classrooms and other places of student congregation. Anti-Ragging Committee will be involved in designing strategies and action plan for curbing the Menace of Ragging in the college by adopting array of activities.

Responsibilities of Anti Ragging Squad

Anti-Ragging Squad will be working under the Monitoring of Anti Ragging Committee and will seek advice from the Anti-Ragging Committee. The functions of Anti-Ragging Squad will be to keep a vigil and stop the incidences of Ragging, if any, happening / reported in the places of Student aggregation including, Classrooms, Canteens, Buses, Grounds, Hostels etc. The Squad will also educate the students at large by adopting various means about the menace of Ragging and related Punishments there to. A gamut of positive reinforcement activities are adopted by Anti-Ragging Squad for orienting students and molding their personality for a better cause. They shall work in Consonance and Guidance of Anti Ragging Committee.

Punishment to those found guilty

Any student or group of students found guilty of ragging in the campus or even outside the campus shall be liable to one or more of the following punishments

ANTI-RAGGING COMMITTEE Personnel
NAMEDEPARTMENTPOSITION
Dr. T. Soundararajan----NA----Principal
Dr. K. K. SenthilkumarECEConvener
Mrs. S. RathikaMBACo-Convener
Mr. M. NellaiappanMCAMember
Mrs. P. VeeralakshmiITMember
Mrs. A. S. ValarmathyEEEMember
Mrs. T. HemalathaMCAMember
Dr. R BalamuruganCivilMember

Women Empowerment Committee

WEC is a cell made more responsive and gender sensitive to womenís needs, especially in cases of domestic violence and personal assault. WEC empowers women to face the present challenges by providing tools and techniques that help to eliminate individual stress. A sense of community spirit is created that allows women to face these challenges as a team rather than individually. The goal of Women Empowerment is to bring about the advancement, development and empowerment of women. The Women Empowerment Cell encourages women to find practical solutions to their challenges so that each one becomes self-dependent in their own right. The responsibility of the Women Empowerment Cell is to follow the Mandatory Guide lines and directions of the Anna University, Chennai, regarding the security arrangements for Girl Students and Women staff of our Institution

OBJECTIVES OF WDC:

Women Empowerment Committee Personnel
NAMEDEPARTMENTPOSITION
Dr. T. Soundararajan----NA----Principal
Dr. G. IndiraEEEConvener
Dr. K. K. SenthilkumarECECo-Convener
Mrs. V. MythiliS&HMember
Mrs. R. RajalakshmiS&HMember
Mrs. A. S. ValarmathyEEEMember
Mrs. P. YesodhaECEMember
Mrs. D. ManimegalaiMBAMember
Ms. N. PremalathaS&HMember
Mr. TamizhselvanITStudent Member
Ms. Indhu REEEStudent Member

Discipline &Welfare Committee

Objective

The primary objective of the Discipline and welfare committee is to address and effectively solve various student related matters. Discipline and welfare committee is a bridge between students and authorities. The committee has to maintain a balance between studentís demands/problems and feasibility of solution provided by authorities.

Role and Responsibilities

Students have a responsibility: Parents have a responsibility: Staff has a responsibility:

Discipline &Welfare Committee Personnel
NAMEDEPARTMENTPOSITION
Dr. T. Soundararajan----NA----Principal
Dr. S. SubburamCSEConvener
Mrs. B. KalpanaS&HCo-Convener
Dr. Sundar SlewynMechMember
Mrs. S. RathikaMBAMember
Mrs. V. MythiliS&HMember
Mr. M. J. MuraliEEEMember
Mr. P. VeeraraghavanCivilMember
Mrs. S. Rajalakshmi S&HMember

Grievance &Redressal Committee

The Student's Grievance Cell desires to promote and maintain a conducive and unprejudiced educational environment. The objectives of Students Grievance Cell include the following:

The Cell enables a student to express feelings by initiating and pursuing the grievance procedure in accordance with the rules and regulations of the College. 'Student's Grievance Cell' enquires and analyses the nature and pattern of the grievances in a strictly confidential manner. Emphasis on procedural fairness has been given with a view to "the right to be heard and right to be treated without bias".

Objectives of Students' Grievance Cell

Grievance &Redressal Committee Personnel
NAMEDEPARTMENTPOSITION
Dr. T. Soundararajan----NA----Principal
Mrs. V. MythiliS&HConvener
Mrs. B. KalpanaS&HCo-Convener
Dr. RamprabhuECEMember
Mrs. S. Kavitha KarthikeyanCivilMember
Mr. A. R. AravindECEMember
Dr. S KannanMechMember

Research Committee

The college has a Research Committee that strives to make a contribution to the furthering of research at the Institute. The Research Committee is responsible for providing vision and leadership in relation to research and research training. The functions of the Research Committee are to consider and recommend an annual research plan which is a part of the curriculum, select and recommend areas of research activity for preferential support, and promote and monitor research activity within different departments.

Research Committee Personnel
NAMEDEPARTMENTPOSITION
Dr. T. Soundararajan----NA----Principal
Dr. K. K. SenthilkumarECEConvener
Mr. K. Senthilkumar Co-Convener
Dr. S. SubburamCSEMember
Mrs. S. Kavitha KarthikeyanCivilMember
Dr. G. IndiraEEEMember
Mr. P. AshokECEMember
Dr. P. VeeralakshmiITMember
Dr. Sundar SlewynMechMember
Mr. M VijayanMechMember
Mr. G. SathiMechMember

Training and Placement Committee

Objective

Training and Placement Cell is to guide students to choose right career and to give knowledge, skill, and aptitude and meet the manpower requirements of the Industry.

Motive

Career Guidance:

Highlighting articles on departmental notice boards regarding Competitive & Industrial Career Opportunities. Inform students about the available job opportunities in government sectors and off campus drives. Arranging Motivational Talks. Conducting Psychometric Test. Conducting Expectation Management Workshops.

Training & Development:

Keeping in view the industry requirements, the training curriculum is designed for preparing the students for entry-level Graduate Engineer Trainees.

Placement:

The industry is always on the lookout for students who are vibrant, energetic individuals and ready to accept challenges, attentive, a good academic background, fast learners, open to learning even at work and more importantly, good communication skills. This activity focuses on the personality development to make the students reliable, with a positive attitude and right decision making.

Training and Placement Cell Personnel
NAMEDEPARTMENTPOSITION
Dr. T. Soundararajan----NA----Principal
Mr. R. Sri Sainath----NA----Placement Director
Mr. A. R. Aravind ECEMember
Mr. J. RameshCivilMember
Mrs. P. Chandra KalaEEEMember
Mrs. D. ManimegalaiMBAMember

Library Advisory Committee

Mission

The Mission of the Library Advisory Committee is to discuss the instruction on technology, facility, and resource issues that impact the College Library.

Tasks

The Library Advisory Committee accomplishes its mission by:

Library Advisory Committee Personnel
NAMEDEPARTMENTPOSITION
Dr. T. Soundararajan----NA----Principal
Dr. P. SharmilaS&HConvener
Dr. S. Subburam CSECo-Convener
Mrs. R. S. SumathiLibraryLibrarian
Mrs. T. Baby shakilaLibraryAsst. Librarian
Mrs. R. ReenaCSEMember
Mrs. S IndhumathiCivilMember

Hostel Committee

The Hostel Committee will consist of the Principal, the Deputy Warden and two Senior Members of the Staff nominated by the Principal. They will hold atleast one meeting every month to pass the accounts, to formulate policies as regards maintenance of the discipline etc., The committee will be assisted by the resident superintendents, who shall be the member of the college staff.

The Hostel shall be under the direct control of the Principal of the college who is the ex-officio warden of the hostel. Subject to the approvel of the warden, the Dy. warden shall make by-laws for the effective internal management of the hostel.

Hostel Committee Personnel
NAMEDEPARTMENTPOSITION
Dr. T. Soundararajan----NA----Warden
Mr. V. Ganapathy----NA----Deputy Warden (Boys)
Ms.T. Vinithra Banu MechDeputy Warden (Girls)
Mr. M. NellaiappanMCAMember

Student Counseling Committee

In order to resolve day to day academic problems of the students, mentors are appointed for a batch of 20 students, and they will counsel the respective students once in a week, to solve the problems come across during their course of study.

This is a continuous process till the end of academic career of the student. During the last semester of study students are advised for higher studies along with proper career guidance. Reasonable numbers of students have secured admissions for their higher studies and they in turn guide their juniors for their prospective admissions.

Goal :

The objectives of the practice followed by the Institute are :

Student Counseling Committee Personnel
NAMEDEPARTMENTPOSITION
Dr. T. Soundararajan----NA----Principal
Dr. J. Vignesh Shankar----NA----Convener
Mrs. D. Manimegalai MBACo-Convener
Mrs. R. RajalakshmiS&HMember