SVCCAM

MANDATORY DISCLOSURE

Sri Vekateswara College of Computer Applications and Management, Coimbatore

I. (a) Name and Address of the Institution

Name of Institution Sri Venkateswara College of Computer Applications and Management
Address 3 G Road
Village Ettimadai
Taluk Coimbatore – South
District Coimbatore
Pin 641 105
State Tamil Nadu
STD Code O422 Phone No: 2319187
Fax No. 0422 - 2210953 E-Mail:
cdrkvelu@hotmail.com
Website:
www.srivenkateswara.in
Nearest Rly Station Coimbatore Junction Distance in (Kms) 19 KM
Nearest Airport Coimbatore Distance in (Kms) 25 KM

(b) Institutional Information

Location Temporary/Permanent Status
Land Acres - 2 Acres Government -
Mega ----- Self- financing Yes : Self Financing
Metro ----- Univ. Dept. -
Others Municipal Panchayat Govt. Aided -
Minority -
Year of first AICTE Approval : 2007-08 Women -

II. Name and Designation of the Head of the Institution Director

Name of the Head of the Institution Dr M Arthanari Highest Qualification with Specialization Pan No ACGPA8134P Experience (Months/Years)
Ph.D ( Maths )
M.S (Software Systems)
Industrial Teaching Total
Date of Birth :
17 -05-1948
Director Division of Passing in Date of Joining
01 July 2007
UG Level
First
PG Level
First
----- 34 Years 34 Years

BIO–DATA – DIRECTOR

1. Name of the Applicant : Dr.M.ARTHANARI
2. Father’s Name : P.Mariappan
3. Date of Birth : 17.05.1948
4. Place of Birth : Tiruchengodu
5. Religion : Hindu
6. Community : BC
7. Nationality : Indian
8. Academic performance (High School to Higher Qualification)
Degree Year of Passing Class University/Board
S.S.L.C 1966 I Secondary Education
P.U.C 1967 I Madras
B.Sc(Maths) 1970 I Madras
M.Sc(Maths) 1972 I Madras
M.Phil(Maths) 1978 I Madras
Ph.D (Maths) 1981 I Madras
P.G.D.C.A 1992 I Madurai Kamaraj
M.S.(Software Systems) 1993 BITS(Pilani)
9. Date of first appointment and Designation : 11.07.1973
Asst. Prof. of Maths
1985 to 1988 – H.O.D of Comp.Sc
1988 to 2006 - H.O.D of MCA
2004 to 2006 - Principal
All in Erode Arts College
10. a) Recent Post held : All in Erode Arts College
Principal(Retired on 31.05.2006)
Erode Arts College (Autonomous)
Erode-638009
 b) Present Post : Director,
Sri Venkateswara College of Computer Applications and Management,
Ettimadai, Coimbatore-641 105.
 Date of Joining : 01.07.2008
 c) Residential Address : 87.(Old No.162) T.V.K. Nagar 2nd Street,
New Teachers’ Colony,
Erode – 638011.
Ph.No:0424-2221903
Mobile : 9944455406
 d) e-mail ID : arthanarimsvc@gmail.com
11. Teaching Experience : 34 Yrs
12. Research Experience : 25 Yrs
13. No.of M.Phil Produced in Bharathiar University : 16 Computer Science
3 Mathematics
No. of Ph.Ds Guiding : 14
14. No.of Research papers published : 2
15. Amount sanctioned by UGC to conduct
National Seminar during 2004-05
: Rs. 80,000
16. Patent Approved by Govt. of India : Computerised Thermometer
Application No: 625/MAS/99
17. Languages Known other than Tamil and English : Hindi, German
18. Particulars of Seminar, Conference attended : SEPARATE SHEET ATTACHED
19. Major Strength : Punctual, Specific and Clear Instructions to Students and Staff
20. Other Particulars : Typewriting-English-Lower-Passed- May-69
NCC Service – 2 years as a Cadet
DOEACC, New Delhi-Liason Officer.

ACHIEVEMENTS

Seminars, Conference, Orientation Course Attended
  1. Orientation Course in Madras Christian College from 07.06.74 to 17.06.04
  2. Annual Conference of Indian Mathematical Society, Dec’ 80 – University of Bangalore.
  3. National Seminar on “Algebra and its Applications” Sep’ 82 – University of Madras. Paper presented: The Prime Spectrum of a Triple System.
  4. Seminar on “Mathematics and its Applications to the Physical and Biological environment” – Nov’ 85.
  5. Annual conference of Indian Mathematical Society – Dec’ 85 – University of Cochin
  6. Seminar on “Towards Better Computer Education” – CBM College – Oct’ 86
  7. Seminar on “Local Area Network” March 1988 – CSI, Government College of Technology, Coimbatore.
  8. PaperFest’ 91 – National Students Convention – Feb 21-22, 1991 – Bharathiar University
  9. Micro Computer Divisional Conference (MDC – 1991) 1-2 March 1991 – CSI – PSG College Technology, Coimbatore.
  10. 27th Annual convention of CSI, Madras – 16-19 Sep’ 92.
  11. Ramanujam’s Symposium 27 to 29 Jan’ 93 – University of Madras. Paper Presented on : Fourth Generation Languages
  12. National students convention (NSC – 93) – CSI – 3 to 4 Sep’ 93 PSG College of Technology, Coimbatore
  13. Ramanujam’s Symposium: Stochastic Processes and their Applications 17 to 19 Jan 1994 – University of Madras
  14. Seminar on Micro Processor and their applications 11 to 13 Mar 1994 – PSG College of Arts & College, Coimbatore
  15. Conference on “Partners in Higher Education” Dec 10 – 11, 1994 Stella Maris College, Madras.
  16. Workshop on “Software Engineering” – 21 to 22 April 1995 – PSG College of Tech. CBE.
  17. 30th Annual Convention – Information Technology: Challenges and Opportunities – CSI 9 to 12 Nov 1995 – Hyderabad.
  18. Conference on “Professional Development of Teachers in Autonomous colleges” – 21 to 22Dec 1995 – Women’s Christian College, Madras
  19. Seminar on “Questions Bank Preparation” – 17.05.96 at Seethalakshmi Ramaswamy College, Tiruchy.
  20. Seminar on “Questions Bank Preparation” – 06.06.96 Loyala College, Madras.
  21. Seminar on “Questions Bank Preparation” – 28.06.96 at Fathima College, Maduari.
  22. 31st Annual Convention – Computer Society of India – Bangalore – 1-3 NOV’96
  23. UGC Workshop on Questions Bank in Computer Science – 21st to 23rd Nov’ 96 – Secunderabad.
  24. Refresher Course – Jawaharlal Nehru University – 17th Aug to 11th Sep 1998.
  25. QIP short term courses on “Internet and Web Page Design” from 31.5.99 to 11.6.99 Anna University – Chennai.
  26. Science Communication workshop for the Young Science writers at Thiyagarajan Polytechnic, Salem – Sponsored by NCSTC, New Delhi – Organized by GRD Trust – 4th to 8th Sep 2000
  27. Workshop on National Assessment and Accreditation Process – 3rd Jan 2002 – Dr.GRD College of Science.
  28. Development Seminar on “Computer Aided Understanding of Biomolecules” – 11th Jan 2002 – Dr.GRD College of Science, Coimbatore.
  29. Sun Tech Days 2003 – A Developer Conference – March 21st, 22nd, 2003 – IISc, Bangalore, Scoot McNealy, Chairman, President and CEO of Sun Microsystem – addressed on 22nd Mar03
  30. Seminar on “Maximize the placement opportunities for your students” on 18th & 19th Oct 2003 – Chennai.
  31. State level seminar on “Chemistry and Society” – 18,20th Sep 2003 - Erode Arts College.
  32. National Conference on :”Revamping on science Education” – 5,6th Dec 2003 Erode Arts College.
  33. National Seminar on Globalization of Entrepreneurship – 19.12.03 – Erode Arts College
  34. National Seminar on “Interaction of Physics with Human Life” – 25, 26th Sep 2003 Erode Arts College.
  35. National conference on Biotechnology: Present perspectives and future challenges – 19.03.2004 – Erode Arts College.
Publication of Research Papers
  1. Von-Neumann Regularity in Triple systems – Mathematica Japonica, Vol 25., 1980 – pp 191-194
  2. Prime Ideals and Primary Decomposition in Triple system – Abstract – AMS, Vol I, 1980 P. 210
Training Programms Attended
  1. Computer Programming - April 1982 – Madurai Management Association, Madurai conducted at Erode.
  2. Computer Training – HCL – Madras – 23rd to 30th Jun 1986
  3. Computer Training – DCM – Coimbatore – One Week
  1. Undergone Computer Hardware Training at “Microcode, Coimbatore” – May & June 1995

GUEST LECTURES GIVEN

  1. Vysya College, Salem “Digital Computer – 21.11.94.
  2. Maharaja College for Women, Perundurai, Eorde – “INTEGRATED SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT FOR C”
  3. Alamelu Angappan College for Women, Komarapalayam, Salem Dt. –“INTEGRATED SPFTWARE DEVELOPMENT FOR C”
  4. Sree Sarawathi Thyagaraja College , Pollachi – “Security Solutions” on 28.02.2002
  5. Nandha College of Arts & Science, Perundurai – Network Security

DOEACC SOCIETY – MINISTRY OF COMMUNCATIONS & INFORMATION TECH, GOVERNMENT OF INDIA

Liason officer for Accreditation of Institutions in and around Erode

Guide/Supervisor for M.Phil

  1. Bharathiar University, Coimbatore.
  2. Mother Teresa Women’s University, Kodaikanal.
  3. Periyar University, Salem
  4. Bharathidasan University. Tiruchirappalli.
  5. Annamalai University, Chidambaram

RESEARCH ACTIVITIES

No.of M.Phil(Computer Science):16
No.of M.Phil (Maths):03
No. of Ph.D(Comp.Sc) Guiding:14

MEMBERSHIP IN NATIONAL/INTERNATIONAL JOURNALS

  1. Indian Mathematical Society – Life Member.
  2. Computer Society of India – Associate Member – Life Member
  3. IEEE – Member
PLACEMENT CELL IN ERODE ARTS COLLEGE:Convener
QUALITY ASSURANCE CELL IN ERODE ARTS COLLEGE:Convener
CHOICE BASED CREDIT SYSTEM IN ERODE ARTS COLLEGE:Convener

ORGANIZER

  1. “Computer Quiz “ for B.Sc Computer Science Students – Feb’ 1995
  2. Internet Conference: 27th & 28th March 1998
  3. State level inter collegiate Meet – IPCON 2003 on 3.3.2003
  4. National Level Seminar “Recent Trends in Computer Applications” 14th and 14th Sep 2003
  5. National Level Seminar “Recent Trends in Mathematics”

SERVED AS A MEMBER IN STAFF SELECTION COMMITTEE

  1. CBM College, Coimbatore
  2. Gobi Arts College & Science, Gobi
  3. Vellalar Engineering College, Erode.
  4. Sengunthar Arts & Science College, Tiruchengodu.
  5. Bharathidasan College of Arts & Science, Erode
  6. Sri Vasavi College. Erode

MEMBERSHIP IN THE COLLEGE

  1. Standing Committee Member - Erode Arts College
  2. Finance Committee Member - Erode Arts College
  3. Admission Committee Member - Erode Arts College

RESOURCE PERSON

  1. Inservice Training Programme for School Teachers in Periyar Dt and National Science Day Celebrations -1990 – conducted at Erode Arts college – 26th to 28th Feb 1990.
  2. “Computer Quiz” for B.Sc Computer Science Students – Feb’1995
  3. Given computer programming Training in Theory & Practical to staff members in Collector office, Erode, under requisition of Erode District Collector Thiru.Arun Ramanathan.
  4. Kongu Engineering College – network Security.
  5. Refresher Course conducted by Academic Staff College, Bharathidasan University, Tiruchirappalli – St.Joseph’s College- 05.03.2003.
  6. Refresher Course conducted by Academic Staff College, Bharathidasan University, Tiruchirappalli – Bishop Heber College.

EXTERNAL EXAMINERS FOR PH.D

Ph.D (Comp. Sc.) Viva Voce Examinations – University of Madras – 25.11.2002

 Candidate T.Santhanam
      Head,Dept. of Comp. Sc.,
      D.G Vaishnav College, Arumbakkam, Chennai – 106.


 Guide Dr.S.Rajagopalan,
     Dean, College Development Council,
     University of Madras, Chennai – 5

COORDINATOR

One day training programme in basic computer applications for Non-teaching staff of Erode Arts College on 25.01.2002

PATENT

Applied for getting patent for “Computerised Thermometer”

To Govt. of India – Application No: 625/MAS/99

Any other

  1. I am the instrumental for the introduction of Autonomy in Erode Arts College in the year 1987.
  2. I am the instrumental for getting NAAC Accreditation B++ Level in Erode Arts College in August 2005.

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III. Name of the affiliating University

Anna University, Coimbatore

Jothipuram, Mettupalayam Road, Coimbatore- 641 047

Phone No 0422 646 3365 ;&ensp,fax 0422 254502

Web : www.annauniv.edu

IV. Members of the board of council

1 Commander K Velu M Tech FIE.,
45 AM Layout,
Coimbatore- 641 045
Ph 0422 - 2319187
Council Chairman
2 Mrs. Mekala Velu,
45, AM Layout,
Coimbatore- 641 045
Ph 0422 - 2319187
Member (Management Nominee)
3 Mr. S. Somasekhar MBA.,
Ecil Colony,
NFC Nagar,
Hyderabad,
Ph 65212092.
Member
4 Mr. A. Palanisamy BE.,
05, Thermal Qtrs,
Mettur Dam.
Member
5 Dr M Arthanari,
Director
Member Secretary
6 Nominees from University and DOTE Members

Members of the Academic Advisory Body

01 Dr. M. Krishnan Prof and Head
CSE Dept,
Manonmaniam Sundaranar University
Tirunelveli
02 Dr. M. Chandrasekar Prof of Mathematics
Sri Shakthi Engineering college,
Coimbatore
03 Dr. Kannammal Prof of MCA
CIT,
Coimbatore
04 Dr. Ramakrishnan Prof , IIT Delhi
05 Dr .Sekhon Prof Emeraus , IIT Delhi
06 Mr Venkatesh Senior Systems Engineer;TCS
07 Mr. Praveen Rajan System Analyst, Oman Bank
08 Dr. K. Velusamy Bharathiyar University
09 Dr K.Natarajan Retd Vice Chancellor
10 Dr. Ramesh Babu Scientist, CPRI Bangalore

Frequency of Board Meetings and Academic Advisiory Body
Twice in a Academic Year.

V. Organizational Structure & Chart for day-to-day Operations & Management

Organisation Chart – 1

Organisation Chart – 2

Role and Responsibilities

Nature and Extent of involvement of faculty and students in academic affairs/ improvements.The following procedures for faculty, staff, and students of College are established to ensure the right to participate in governance and to express their opinions outside of the arena of collective bargaining.

  1. Educational program development
  2. Processes for program review
  3. Processes for institutional planning.
  4. Policies regarding student preparation and success
  5. Other academic and professional matters as agreed upon

STAFF PARTICIPATION

A. Level of Involvement

Staff shall be provided with opportunities to participate in the formulation and development of college policies and procedures, as well as in those processes for jointly developing recommendations for action, which have or will have a significant effect on staff.

B. Procedures for Participation

The appointment of staff to committees, task forces, or other groups, shall be done by the college. Principal in consultation with staff groups that have been officially recognized as requiring participation.

STUDENTS PARTICIPATION IN ACADEMIC AFFAIRS / IMPROVEMENT

Students shall be provided with opportunities to participate in the formulation and development of college policies and procedures that have or will have a significant effect on students. These policies and/or procedures include the following:,

  1. Grading policies.
  2. Codes of student conduct.
  3. Academic disciplinary policies.
  4. Curriculum development.
  5. Courses or programs, which should be initiated or discontinued.
  6. Processes for institutional planning and budget development.
  7. Standards and policies regarding student preparation and success.
  8. Student services planning and development.
  9. In addition, reasonable consideration shall be given to recommendations or positions developed by students regarding college policies and procedures pertaining to the hiring and evaluation of faculty, administration, and staff.

Mechanism/Norms & Procedure for democratic/good Governance

STUDENT

Promote a climate of open communication based on respect, trust, collegial Consultation, and shared governance that is inclusive and results in collaborative problem solving and institutional progress.

  1. Utilize the college website to promote easy access to Board policies, planning documents, research findings, and program improvements.
  2. Develop a Student Services webpage that provides students with information about college policies and procedures.
  3. Develop and implement an on-line counseling, orientation, and assessment program.
  4. Develop a Student Handbook to centralize all student policies.
  5. Promote open communication among management, faculty, and classified staff by means of regularly scheduled meetings.
  6. Promote student participation on college committees and in college governance.
  7. Publish a brief annual report that documents the accomplishment of or progress on college goals.

FACULTY

  1. Increase the diversity of the faculty and ensure high employee performance through appropriate hiring, training, feedback and evaluation, improvement, assistance, recognition, and reward.
  2. Review recruitment and selection processes to improve results, including diversification of faculty and staff.
  3. Strengthen employee sensitivity to and awareness of the value of diversity.
  4. Provide on-going training for all staff groups in the implementation of the performance evaluation process specific to each group.
  5. Negotiate a revised faculty evaluation process.
  6. Provide training for counselors to improve their knowledge of program requirements and their communication patterns with students.
  7. Recognize employee accomplishments, achievements, and contributions.

Student Feedback on Institutional Governance / Faculty performance

  1. A functional appraisal system is existing for teaching and technical staff for evaluation of the teaching learning process. In this feedback system a well thought out, structured questionnaire to which the students are required to give their responses is distributed to the students by the class advisors at the end of the semester.
  2. The Student is expected to give his response for each question by marking the appropriate number as the responses are given in qualitative terms (4 answers)
  3. The anonymity of the student who answers the questionnaire is maintained.
  4. The performance of the faculty is assessed by computing the scores obtained by the faculty in the feedback sheets and the evaluation results are forwarded to the Principal to counsel the “below par” performing faculty.
  5. All faculty member are required to give a self evaluation form at the end of every academic year, highlighting their academic activities, R & D works, departmental & Institutional administration work etc.
  6. The performance evaluation of a staff is done systematically due weight age given to the appraisal of a staff by the student and by himself/herself, which results in service benefits.

Grievance redressal mechanism for faculty, staff and students

The purpose of this procedure is to establish a process for students to express and resolve misunderstandings, concerns, or grievances they have with any college employee in a prompt, fair and equitable manner. This procedure emphasizes an informal resolution.

Withdrawal of grievance

At any time during the grievance procedure the student may withdraw the grievance.

Time limits on filing a grievance

A student must file a grievance by the last day of the academic semester following the action that gives rise to the grievance. Principal may suspend this rule under exceptional circumstances. All grievance records will be held in the Office of the Convenor for a period of one year.

Composition of the Grievance Review Committee

Members of the Grievance Review Committee shall be assigned as follows,

Appeal to Director

If the student is not satisfied with the decision of the Grievance Review Committee, he/she may appeal to the Principal, in writing. This appeal must be made within 5 working days of the student receiving the decision of the Grievance Review Committee.

Always follow appropriate procedures in pursuing any grievance.

College rules prohibit the following:

SCOPE AND COVERAGE

A grievance may arise when a graduate student believes that his/her status as a graduate student, or University appointment based on student status, has been adversely affected by an incorrect or inappropriate decision or behavior. Examples include, but are not limited to the following:

  1. Inappropriate application of a department/unit or University policy,
  2. Being unfairly assessed on a preliminary examination,
  3. Being improperly terminated from a program,
  4. Being required to perform personal services unrelated to academic or assistantship duties,
  5. Being the subject of professional misconduct by a student’s graduate supervisor or other faculty or staff member.

VI. Programmes

Name of the Programmes approved by the AICTE : MCA & MBA

Name of the Programme

Master of Computer Applications MCA

Master of Business Administration MBA

Name of the Programmes accredited by the AICTE:

Since only this is the second year of operation, accreditation will be taken up after graduation of two sets of students.

Name of the Programme : MCA MBA
No.of Seats : 60 60
Duration : 3 Years 2 Years

Cut off Mark/rank for admission during the last three years

The Cut of Marks Decided was TANCET score of 15

Placement facilities

This being the second Year , Placement facilities would be taken up at a latter Date.

Name and duration of programme(s) having affiliation/collaboration with Foreign University(s)/Institution(s) and being run in the same Campus along with status of their AICTE approval. If there is foreign collaboration, give the following details: Not Applicable

Details of the Foreign Institution/University : Not Applicable

VII. Faculty

Permanent Faculty : All are permanent faculty
Visiting Faculty : NIL
Adjunct Faculty : NIL
Guest Faculty : Arranged frequently to deliver special lectures for the benefit of students.
Permanent Faculty : Student Ratio : 1:15
S.No Branch Professors Asst.
Professors
Lecturers Total
1 MCA 1 1 6 8
2 MBA 2 2 - 4
Number of faculty employed and left during the last three years
NIL

VIII. Profile Of Director/Principal With Qualifications, Total Experience, Age And Duration Of Employment At The Institute Concerned

1. Name of the Applicant : Dr.M.ARTHANARI
2. Father’s Name : P.Mariappan
3. Date of Birth : 17.05.1948
4. Place of Birth : Tiruchengodu
5. Religion : Hindu
6. Community : BC
7. Nationality : Indian
8. Academic performance (High School to Higher Qualification)
Degree Year of Passing Class University/Board
S.S.L.C 1966 I Secondary Education
P.U.C 1967 I Madras
B.Sc(Maths) 1970 I Madras
M.Sc(Maths) 1972 I Madras
M.Phil(Maths) 1978 I Madras
Ph.D (Maths) 1981 I Madras
P.G.D.C.A 1992 I Madurai Kamaraj
M.S.(Software Systems) 1993 BITS(Pilani)
9. Date of first appointment and Designation : 11.07.1973
Asst. Prof. of Maths
1985 to 1988 – H.O.D of Comp.Sc
1988 to 2006 - H.O.D of MCA
2004 to 2006 - Principal
All in Erode Arts College
10. a) Recent Post held : All in Erode Arts College
Principal(Retired on 31.05.2006)
Erode Arts College (Autonomous)
Erode-638009
 b) Present Post : Director,
Sri Venkateswara College of Computer Applications and Management,
Ettimadai, Coimbatore-641 105.
 Date of Joining : 01.07.2008
 c) Residential Address : 87.(Old No.162) T.V.K. Nagar 2nd Street,
New Teachers’ Colony,
Erode – 638011.
Ph.No:0424-2221903
Mobile : 9944455406
 d) e-mail ID : arthanarimsvc@gmail.com
11. Teaching Experience : 34 Yrs
12. Research Experience : 25 Yrs
13. No.of M.Phil Produced in Bharathiar University : 16 Computer Science
3 Mathematics
No. of Ph.Ds Guiding : 14
14. No.of Research papers published : 2
15. Amount sanctioned by UGC to conduct
National Seminar during 2004-05
: Rs. 80,000
16. Patent Approved by Govt. of India : Computerised Thermometer
Application No: 625/MAS/99
17. Languages Known other than Tamil and English : Hindi, German
18. Particulars of Seminar, Conference attended : SEPARATE SHEET ATTACHED
19. Major Strength : Punctual, Specific and Clear Instructions to Students and Staff
20. Other Particulars : Typewriting-English-Lower-Passed- May-69
NCC Service – 2 years as a Cadet
DOEACC, New Delhi-Liason Officer.

IX. Fee

Details of fee, as approved by State fee Committee, for the Institution : Rs. 35,000/-
Time schedule for payment of fee for the entire programme : One Month from the Commencement of the Academic Year
No. of Fee waivers granted with amount and name of students : NIL
Number of scholarship offered by the institute, duration and amount : NIL
Criteria for fee waivers/scholarship : Based on Academic performance, Economic back ground, Marks in qualifying examination
Estimated cost of Boarding and Lodging in Hostels : Rs. 20,000 Per Year

X. Admission

Number of seats sanctioned with the year of approval.

S. No Name of the Programme No.of Seats Sanctioned Year of Approval
1 Master of Computer Applications 60 2007
2 Master of Business Administration 60 2008

Number of students admitted under various categories each year in the last three years.

2007 - 2008 MCA - MGT : 60
2008 - 2009 MCA - MGT : 27 GQ : 25
2008 - 2009 MBA - MGT : 15 GQ : 35
Number of applications received during last two years for admission under Management Quota and number admitted. 383/180

XI. Admission Procedure

Mention the admission test being followed, name and address of the Test Agency and its URL (website).

  1. Tamil Nadu Professional Courses Entrance Examinations,
    Anna University, Guindy,
    Chennai – 600 025.
  2. Consortium of Self Financing Professional,
    Arts and Science College in Tamil nadu,
    No: 21, Old No: 12 Ganapathy street,
    Royapettah, Chennai – 600 014.

State Conducted test : 50%

Association Conducted Test : 50%

Calendar for admission against management/vacant seats:

The following activities are being decided by TNPCEE based on Government directives on year to year basis as per their calendar.

In the same fashion the following activities will be decided by the Consortium of Self Financing Professional, Arts and Science College in Tamil Nadu for the Management Quota.

- Last date for request for applications.

- Last date for submission of application.

- Date for announcing final results.

- Release of admission list (main list and waiting list should be announced on the same day).

- Date for acceptance by the candidate (time given should in no case be less than 15 days).

- Last date for closing of admission.

- Starting of the Academic session.

- The waiting list should be activated only on the expiry of date of main list.

- The policy of refund of the fee, in case of withdrawal, is be also notified.

ADMISSION PROCEDURE

Admission procedure is categorized into two different types as detailed below:

FIRST CATEGORY

A candidate seeking admission under government quota has to register with TNPCEE and appear for the examinations conducted by TNPCEE. Based on the cut off marks secured by the candidate counseling date will be intimated and the candidate will be allotted to the college and the branch at the counseling.

SECOND CATEGORY

Candidates seeking admission under management quota has to register and appear for the entrance examination conducted by Consortium of Self-Financing Professional, Arts and Science Colleges in Tamilnadu. Based on the rank published by the consortium, applications submitted by the candidates at the college and the cut off date, admission period will be communicated to the candidates.

XII. Criteria And Weightages For Admission

Describe each criteria with its respective weightages i.e.

Admission Test, marks in qualifying examination etc.

Mere pass in Degree examination and 100 for C.E.T.

Mention the minimum level of acceptance, if any.:

Mere pass in Degree examination with Mathematics subject either in Degree or HSC

Mention the cut-off levels of percentage & percentile scores of the candidates in the admission test for the last three years.

During the academic year 2007-2008

TANCET SCORE Max – 33.66.333 Min – 17.667

XIII. Application Form

Downloadable application form

XIV. List Of Applicants

List of candidates whose applications have been received along with percentile/percentage score for each of the qualifying examination in separate categories for open seats.

XV. Results Of Admission Under Management Seats/Vacant Seats

AICTE Approved Intake during last 4 years
Courses 1st Year of approval by AICTE (give approval ref. no. & date) 2008-2009 2007-2008 2006-2007 2005-2006 Status of Accreditation (Validity period)
Sanctioned intake Actual admissions Sanctioned intake Actual admissions Sanctioned intake Actual admissions Sanctioned intake Actual admissions
PG(FT) MCA TN-004/MCA/2007-08/2006 dt:14.08.2007 60 60 60 60 NA NA NA NA NA
PG(FT) MBA TN-004/MCA/2007-08/2006dt:15.07.2008 60 60 NA NA NA NA NA NA NA

XVI. Information On Infrastructure And Other Resources Available Library Facilities

S.No Course(s) Number of titles of the books Number of volumes Journals
National International
1 MCA 333 1315 6 15
2 MBA 254 1157 6 15

LIST OF INTERNATIONAL JOURNALS

S.No Name Of The Journals
1. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF INTELLIGENT INFROMATION PROCESSING
2. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SYSTMES SIMULATION
3. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF COMPUTATIONAL INTELLIGENCE RESEARCH & APPLICATIONS
4. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF COMPUTER SCIENCE AND SYSTEM ANALYSIS
5. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF COMPUTING AND APPLICATIONS
6. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC COMPUTING

LIST OF NATIONAL JOURNALS

S.No Name Of The Journals
1 ICFAI JOURNAL OF MARKETING MANAGEMENT
2 ICFAI JOURNAL OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
3 ICFAI JOURNAL OF ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR
4 ICFAI JOURNAL OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
5 ICFAI JOURNAL OF E BUSINESS
6 JOURNAL OF CYBER LAW
7 JOURNAL OF SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT
8 JOURNAL OF COMPUTER APPLICATIONS
9 JOURNAL OF COMPUTER SCIENCE
10 CII COMMUNIQUE
11 OPERATING SYSTEMS
12 SOFTWARE ENGINEERING
13 SIMULATION AND MODELING
14 COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING
15 DATA COMNUNICATION
16 ALGORITHMS AND COMPUTATIONAL THEORY

Computing facilities

Details of Computer Facilities for the Existing and the Proposed Additional Course(s) / Increase in intake

Number and Configuration of Systems : P IV - 100
Total number of systems connected by LAN : Wi-fi – 50, LAN:50
Total number of systems connected to WAN : 150
Internet bandwidth : 1 Mbps
Major software packages available : Windows XP, Redhot Linux, 2003 Server
S.No Particulars For existing intake
1 Number of Computer Terminals PIV 150
2 P-IV / Latest Configuration – Core 2 duo 100
P-III Nil
Others Laptops ACER 4710 70
3 No. of Terminals on LAN / WAN 150
4 Printers 12

Details of Staff

At present 8 Teaching and 3 Non teaching staff are appointed for the first year and second year of MCA . Four Teaching staff are appointed for MBA. Details are as Follows.

Name of the Course S.No Name (s) of the Teaching Faculty Designation (Lecturer/ Asst. Professor/ Professor) Qualifications with field of specialization with class / division of passing Date of Birth Experience
a)Teaching
b)Industry
c)Research
Date of Joining the Institution Gross total salary as on date with scale & Basic pay PAN Number P.F
A/c No
UG PG Doctorate a b c
PG Level MCA
1 Dr.M.Arthanari Director B.sc - I M.Sc- I
M.Phil-I
M.S - I
Ph.D 17/5/1948 34 yrs 20 yrs 01/07/07 60,090/-
19400-500-
31400/-
ACGPA8134P
2 S.Narmadha Assistant Professor B.E -I M.Tech-I (Ph.D) 26/07/1977 6 yrs 2 yrs 2 mths 06/06/08 22,200/-
12000-420-18300
12,000/-
ADEPN6960F
3 D.Sivashanmugam Lecturer B.Com-I MCA-I
(MBA)
13/01/1981 4 yrs 16/06/07 17,309/-
8000-275-13500
8,275/-
BCUPS8148C
4 R.Prabhavathy Lecturer B.Sc-I MCA-I 15/06/1981 1 yr 06/08/07 16,800/-
8000-275-13500
8,000/-
5 K.VijayLakshmi Lecturer B.Sc-I MCA-I
(MBA)
08/07/1983 1 yr 06/08/07 16,800/-
8000-275-13500
8,000/-
6 R.Siva Kumar Lecturer B.Sc-I MCA-I
M.Phil-I
19/02/1976 7 yrs 1 02/06/08 16,835/-
8000-275-13500
9,100/-
BGTPS1569Q
7 N.Preethi Lecturer B.Sc-I MCA-I
M.Phil-I
15/12/1980 4 yrs 8 months 02/07/08 16,326/-
8000-275-13500
8,000/-
AYHPP8130D
8 Mrs. R. Renuka Lecturer B.Sc.-I MCA-I
MLIS-I
30.05.1967 9 yrs 6 yrs 12.05.08 14,800/-
8000-275-13500
8,000/-
MBA
1 Dr. M. Guna sekaran Professor & Director B.Com – I M.Com – I Ph.D 15.05.1961 19 yrs 10 mths 3 yrs 10 yrs 06.06.2005 49,915/-
16400-450-20900-500-25,
900/-
AEBPG2610K
2 Mr. C. Guna Sekaran Professor B.E. – I MBA – I 07.06.1965 1 yr 21 yrs 30.08.2008 32,340/-
16400-450-20900-500-16,
400/-
ACTPG9812B
3 Mr. E. Venugopal Assistant Professor BBM – I MBA – I
MCS – I
(Ph.D) 29.06.1973 10 yrs 4 yrs 6 yrs 11.06.2008 22,200/-
12000-420-18300
12,000/-
4 Mr. S. Boopathy Lecturer B.E. – I MBA – I 25.06.1975 6 yrs 3 yrs 11.06.2008 17,853/-
8000-275-13500
9,650/-

Additional staff are being appointed for next Academic Year.

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