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  3. <sub_head id="about" name="About">
  4. <paragraph id="profile">
  5. <phead>Profile</phead>
  6. <text id="p1">
  7. <![CDATA[ Located in the heart of Chennai city, the sprawling campus of the College of Engineering, Guindy (CEG) with cutting edge infrastructure has been the foundation for many a successful engineer, scholar, and leader. The University offers 18 UG, 35 PG (Regular) and 34 PG Self-supporting courses. CEG has 16 Departments, 6 University Affiliated Centres, and 12 Research Centres where research programs are offered. With close ties with industry, excellent research practices and multiple extra-curricular options, the institution advances the progression of the student's quest for knowledge. The faculty along with the excellent student population makes the campus one of the best places to study in the nation.<br> ]]>
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  12. <phead>History</phead>
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  14. <![CDATA[ CEG was established in May of 1794, as a School of Survey with one student in a building near Fort St. George. Founded by Michael Topping, the school became the Civil Engineering School in 1858. Subsequently, CEG was established as a college in 1859 under the Madras University. It was then rechristened as College of Engineering in 1861 with the inclusion of the Mechanical Engineering course.<br> ]]>
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  19. <phead>Dean Desk</phead>
  20. <text id="p1">
  21. <![CDATA[ Dr. T.V. Geetha was born on 18.05.1960 in Chennai District of Tamil Nadu, India. She is currently a Senior Professor at the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Anna University Chennai. She is currently the Director, Academic Courses looking after academic matters of all the 540 colleges under Anna University. At present she is also working as Dean, College of Engineering, Anna University, Guindy Campus. <br>She completed her B.E in Electronics and Communication Engineering from the College of Engineering, Guindy in the year 1982 and her M.E. in Computer Science and Engineering from the same institution in the year 1986. She completed her Ph.D in Natural Language Processing from Anna University in the year 1992.<br>She has over 262 papers in national and international journals and conferences. 20 Research scholars have completed Ph.D. and 10 scholars are undergoing Ph.D. under her guidance in areas such as Machine Learning, Big Data Analytics, Natural Language Processing including Tamil, Semantic and Personalized Search Engines, AI based on Indian Philosophy, Text Mining, E-Learning, Carnatic Music Processing, Semantic Computing and Social Network Mining. She also has interests in general areas such as Research methodologies for Computer Science and Engineering and innovative methods of thinking, and different types and styles of teaching and learning. <br> ]]>
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  31. <![CDATA[ The Institute uses the concept of credits to define the weight-age of a course. Courses offer one, two or three credits depending on the indicated workload. One of the top ranking engineering colleges in India, has achieved global identity through its involvement in research in recent technology and successful completion of projects and products. ]]>
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  39.          <course>B.E.</course>
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  91.        <programme id="c8">
  92.          <degree>UG</degree>
  93.          <course>B.E.</course>
  94.          <branch>MATERIALS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING</branch>
  95.          <stdymode>Full Time(SS)</stdymode>
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  97.          <tstrength>60</tstrength>
  98.          <uniqueness>NO</uniqueness>
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  100.        <programme id="c9">
  101.          <degree>UG</degree>
  102.          <course>B.E.</course>
  103.          <branch>ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING</branch>
  104.          <stdymode>Full Time</stdymode>
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  106.          <tstrength>60</tstrength>
  107.          <uniqueness>NO</uniqueness>
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  109.        <programme id="c10">
  110.          <degree>UG</degree>
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  113.          <stdymode>Full Time</stdymode>
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  116.          <uniqueness>NO</uniqueness>
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  118.        
  119.                 <programme id="c11">
  120.          <degree>UG</degree>
  121.          <course>B.E.</course>
  122.          <branch>BIO MEDICAL ENGINEERING</branch>
  123.          <stdymode>Full Time(SS)</stdymode>
  124.          <strdyear>2008</strdyear>
  125.          <tstrength>60</tstrength>
  126.          <uniqueness>NO</uniqueness>
  127.        </programme>
  128.        <programme id="c12">
  129.          <degree>UG</degree>
  130.          <course>B.E.</course>
  131.          <branch>COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING</branch>
  132.          <stdymode>Full Time</stdymode>
  133.          <strdyear>1982</strdyear>
  134.          <tstrength>120</tstrength>
  135.          <uniqueness>NO</uniqueness>
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  137.        <programme id="c13">
  138.          <degree>UG</degree>
  139.          <course>B.E.</course>
  140.          <branch>COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING</branch>
  141.          <stdymode>Part Time(SS)</stdymode>
  142.          <strdyear>2006</strdyear>
  143.          <tstrength>60</tstrength>
  144.          <uniqueness>YES</uniqueness>
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  146.        <programme id="c14">
  147.          <degree>UG</degree>
  148.          <course>B.TECH.</course>
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  155.        <programme id="c15">
  156.          <degree>UG</degree>
  157.          <course>B.E.</course>
  158.          <branch>MANUFACTURING ENGINEERING</branch>
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  164.        <programme id="c16">
  165.          <degree>UG</degree>
  166.          <course>B.E.</course>
  167.          <branch>INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING</branch>
  168.          <stdymode>Full Time(SS)</stdymode>
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  170.          <tstrength>60</tstrength>
  171.          <uniqueness>NO</uniqueness>
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  173.        <programme id="c17">
  174.          <degree>UG</degree>
  175.          <course>B.E.</course>
  176.          <branch>PRINTING TECHNOLOGY</branch>
  177.          <stdymode>Full Time(SS)</stdymode>
  178.          <strdyear>1983</strdyear>
  179.          <tstrength>60</tstrength>
  180.          <uniqueness>NO</uniqueness>
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  182.        <programme id="c18">
  183.          <degree>UG</degree>
  184.          <course>B.E.</course>
  185.          <branch>MINING ENGINEERING</branch>
  186.          <stdymode>Full Time(SS)</stdymode>
  187.          <strdyear>1987</strdyear>
  188.          <tstrength>60</tstrength>
  189.          <uniqueness>NO</uniqueness>
  190.        </programme>
  191.        <programme id="c19">
  192.          <degree>PG</degree>
  193.          <course>M.E.</course>
  194.          <branch>ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING</branch>
  195.          <stdymode>Full Time</stdymode>
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  197.          <tstrength>25</tstrength>
  198.          <uniqueness>NO</uniqueness>
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  200.                 <programme id="c20">
  201.          <degree>PG</degree>
  202.          <course>M.E.</course>
  203.          <branch>STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING</branch>
  204.          <stdymode>Full Time</stdymode>
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  206.          <tstrength>25</tstrength>
  207.          <uniqueness>NO</uniqueness>
  208.        </programme>
  209.        <programme id="c22">
  210.          <degree>PG</degree>
  211.          <course>M.E.</course>
  212.          <branch>HYDROLOGY AND WATER RESOURCES ENGINEERING</branch>
  213.          <stdymode>Full Time</stdymode>
  214.          <strdyear>1956</strdyear>
  215.          <tstrength>25</tstrength>
  216.          <uniqueness>NO</uniqueness>
  217.        </programme>
  218.        <programme id="c23">
  219.          <degree>PG</degree>
  220.          <course>M.E.</course>
  221.          <branch>IRRIGATION WATER MANAGEMENT</branch>
  222.          <stdymode>Full Time</stdymode>
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  225.          <uniqueness>NO</uniqueness>
  226.        </programme>
  227.        <programme id="c24">
  228.          <degree>PG</degree>
  229.          <course>M.E.</course>
  230.          <branch>SOIL MECHANICS AND FOUNDATION ENGINEERING</branch>
  231.          <stdymode>Full Time</stdymode>
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  233.          <tstrength>25</tstrength>
  234.          <uniqueness>NO</uniqueness>
  235.        </programme>
  236.        <programme id="c25">
  237.          <degree>PG</degree>
  238.          <course>M.E.</course>
  239.          <branch>TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING</branch>
  240.          <stdymode>Full Time</stdymode>
  241.          <strdyear>2009</strdyear>
  242.          <tstrength>25</tstrength>
  243.          <uniqueness>NO</uniqueness>
  244.        </programme>
  245.        <programme id="c26">
  246.          <degree>PG</degree>
  247.          <course>M.E.</course>
  248.          <branch>REMOTE SENSING AND GEOMATICS</branch>
  249.          <stdymode>Full Time</stdymode>
  250.          <strdyear>2015</strdyear>
  251.          <tstrength>25</tstrength>
  252.          <uniqueness>NO</uniqueness>
  253.        </programme>
  254.        <programme id="c27">
  255.          <degree>PG</degree>
  256.          <course>M.E.</course>
  257.          <branch>CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING AND MANAGEMENT</branch>
  258.          <stdymode>Full Time</stdymode>
  259.          <strdyear>1990</strdyear>
  260.          <tstrength>25</tstrength>
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  262.        </programme>
  263.        <programme id="c28">
  264.          <degree>PG</degree>
  265.          <course>M.E.</course>
  266.          <branch>ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT</branch>
  267.          <stdymode>Full Time</stdymode>
  268.          <strdyear>2002</strdyear>
  269.          <tstrength>25</tstrength>
  270.          <uniqueness>NO</uniqueness>
  271.        </programme>
  272.        <programme id="c29">
  273.          <degree>PG</degree>
  274.          <course>M.E.</course>
  275.          <branch>INTEGRATED WATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT</branch>
  276.          <stdymode>Full Time</stdymode>
  277.          <strdyear>2006</strdyear>
  278.          <tstrength>25</tstrength>
  279.          <uniqueness>NO</uniqueness>
  280.        </programme>
  281.        <programme id="c30">
  282.          <degree>PG</degree>
  283.          <course>M.TECH.</course>
  284.          <branch>COASTAL MANAGEMENT</branch>
  285.          <stdymode>Full Time</stdymode>
  286.          <strdyear>2007</strdyear>
  287.          <tstrength>25</tstrength>
  288.          <uniqueness>NO</uniqueness>
  289.        </programme>
  290.                 <programme id="c31">
  291.          <degree>PG</degree>
  292.          <course>M.E.</course>
  293.          <branch>INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINEERING</branch>
  294.          <stdymode>Full Time</stdymode>
  295.          <strdyear>1959</strdyear>
  296.          <tstrength>25</tstrength>
  297.          <uniqueness>NO</uniqueness>
  298.        </programme>
  299.        
  300.                 <programme id="c32">
  301.          <degree>PG</degree>
  302.          <course>M.E.</course>
  303.          <branch>STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING</branch>
  304.          <stdymode>Full Time</stdymode>
  305.          <strdyear>1955</strdyear>
  306.          <tstrength>25</tstrength>
  307.          <uniqueness>NO</uniqueness>
  308.        </programme>
  309.        <programme id="c33">
  310.          <degree>PG</degree>
  311.          <course>M.E.</course>
  312.          <branch>THERMAL ENGINEERING (with Spl. in R and AC)</branch>
  313.          <stdymode>Full Time(SS)</stdymode>
  314.          <strdyear>1964</strdyear>
  315.          <tstrength>25</tstrength>
  316.          <uniqueness>NO</uniqueness>
  317.        </programme>
  318.        <programme id="c34">
  319.          <degree>PG</degree>
  320.          <course>M.E.</course>
  321.          <branch>ENERGY ENGINEERING</branch>
  322.          <stdymode>Full Time</stdymode>
  323.          <strdyear>1989</strdyear>
  324.          <tstrength>25</tstrength>
  325.          <uniqueness>NO</uniqueness>
  326.        </programme>
  327.        <programme id="c35">
  328.          <degree>PG</degree>
  329.          <course>M.E.</course>
  330.          <branch>ENGINEERING DESIGN</branch>
  331.          <stdymode>Full Time</stdymode>
  332.          <strdyear>1972</strdyear>
  333.          <tstrength>25</tstrength>
  334.          <uniqueness>NO</uniqueness>
  335.        </programme>
  336.        <programme id="c36">
  337.          <degree>PG</degree>
  338.          <course>M.E.</course>
  339.          <branch>MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS AND MANAGEMENT</branch>
  340.          <stdymode>Full Time</stdymode>
  341.          <strdyear>2006</strdyear>
  342.          <tstrength>25</tstrength>
  343.          <uniqueness>NO</uniqueness>
  344.        </programme>
  345.        <programme id="c37">
  346.          <degree>PG</degree>
  347.          <course>M.E.</course>
  348.          <branch>SOLAR ENERGY</branch>
  349.          <stdymode>Full Time(SS)</stdymode>
  350.          <strdyear>2010</strdyear>
  351.          <tstrength>25</tstrength>
  352.          <uniqueness>NO</uniqueness>
  353.        </programme>
  354.        <programme id="c38">
  355.          <degree>PG</degree>
  356.          <course>M.E.</course>
  357.          <branch>POWER SYSTEMS ENGINEERING</branch>
  358.          <stdymode>Full Time</stdymode>
  359.          <strdyear>1963</strdyear>
  360.          <tstrength>25</tstrength>
  361.          <uniqueness>NO</uniqueness>
  362.        </programme>
  363.        <programme id="c39">
  364.          <degree>PG</degree>
  365.          <course>M.E.</course>
  366.          <branch>STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING</branch>
  367.          <stdymode>Full Time</stdymode>
  368.          <strdyear>1955</strdyear>
  369.          <tstrength>25</tstrength>
  370.          <uniqueness>NO</uniqueness>
  371.        </programme>
  372.        <programme id="c40">
  373.          <degree>PG</degree>
  374.          <course>M.E.</course>
  375.          <branch>HIGH VOLTAGE ENGINEERING</branch>
  376.          <stdymode>Full Time</stdymode>
  377.          <strdyear>1963</strdyear>
  378.          <tstrength>25</tstrength>
  379.          <uniqueness>NO</uniqueness>
  380.        </programme>
  381.                 <programme id="c41">
  382.          <degree>PG</degree>
  383.          <course>M.E.</course>
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  390.        <programme id="c42">
  391.          <degree>PG</degree>
  392.          <course>M.E.</course>
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  399.        <programme id="c43">
  400.          <degree>PG</degree>
  401.          <course>M.E.</course>
  402.          <branch>EMBEDDED SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGIES</branch>
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  406.          <uniqueness>NO</uniqueness>
  407.        </programme>
  408.        <programme id="c44">
  409.          <degree>PG</degree>
  410.          <course>M.E.</course>
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  417.        <programme id="c45">
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  419.          <course>M.E.</course>
  420.          <branch>POWER ENGINEERING AND MANAGEMENT</branch>
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  426.        <programme id="c46">
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  435.        <programme id="c47">
  436.          <degree>PG</degree>
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  444.        <programme id="c48">
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  446.          <course>M.E.</course>
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  453.        <programme id="c49">
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  455.          <course>M.E.</course>
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  460.          <uniqueness>NO</uniqueness>
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  462.        <programme id="c50">
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  464.          <course>M.E.</course>
  465.          <branch>VLSI DESIGN</branch>
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  468.          <tstrength>25</tstrength>
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  470.        </programme>
  471.           <programme id="c51">
  472.          <degree>PG</degree>
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  474.          <branch>COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING</branch>
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  480.           <programme id="c52">
  481.          <degree>PG</degree>
  482.          <course>M.E.</course>
  483.          <branch>SOFTWARE ENGINEERING</branch>
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  485.          <strdyear>1999</strdyear>
  486.          <tstrength>25</tstrength>
  487.          <uniqueness>NO</uniqueness>
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  489.           <programme id="c53">
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  491.          <course>M.E.</course>
  492.          <branch>COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING WITH SPL IN BIG DATA ANALYTICS</branch>
  493.          <stdymode>Full Time</stdymode>
  494.          <strdyear>2015</strdyear>
  495.          <tstrength>25</tstrength>
  496.          <uniqueness>NO</uniqueness>
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  498.           <programme id="c54">
  499.          <degree>PG</degree>
  500.          <course>M.E.</course>
  501.          <branch>SYSTEMS ENGINEERING AND OPERATIONS RESEARCH</branch>
  502.          <stdymode>Full Time</stdymode>
  503.          <strdyear>2015</strdyear>
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  506.        </programme>
  507.           <programme id="c55">
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  509.          <course>M.C.A</course>
  510.          <branch>.</branch>
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  516.           <programme id="C56">
  517.          <degree>PG</degree>
  518.          <course>M.E.</course>
  519.          <branch>MULTIMEDIA TECHNOLOGY</branch>
  520.          <stdymode>Full Time</stdymode>
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  522.          <tstrength>25</tstrength>
  523.          <uniqueness>NO</uniqueness>
  524.        </programme>
  525.           <programme id="C57">
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  527.          <course>M.Tech.</course>
  528.          <branch>INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY</branch>
  529.          <stdymode>Full Time</stdymode>
  530.          <strdyear>2000</strdyear>
  531.          <tstrength>25</tstrength>
  532.          <uniqueness>NO</uniqueness>
  533.        </programme>
  534.           <programme id="C58">
  535.          <degree>PG</degree>
  536.          <course>M.E.</course>
  537.          <branch>COMPUTER INTEGRATED MANUFACTURING</branch>
  538.          <stdymode>Full Time</stdymode>
  539.          <strdyear>1998</strdyear>
  540.          <tstrength>25</tstrength>
  541.          <uniqueness>NO</uniqueness>
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  543.           <programme id="C59">
  544.          <degree>PG</degree>
  545.          <course>M.E.</course>
  546.          <branch>INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING</branch>
  547.          <stdymode>Full Time</stdymode>
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  549.          <tstrength>25</tstrength>
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  552.           <programme id="C60">
  553.          <degree>PG</degree>
  554.          <course>M.E.</course>
  555.          <branch>QUALITY ENGINEERING AND MANAGEMENT</branch>
  556.          <stdymode>Full Time</stdymode>
  557.          <strdyear>2016</strdyear>
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  559.          <uniqueness>NO</uniqueness>
  560.        </programme>
  561.           <programme id="C61">
  562.          <degree>PG</degree>
  563.          <course>M.E.</course>
  564.          <branch>PRINTING AND PACKAGING TECHNOLOGY</branch>
  565.          <stdymode>Full Time</stdymode>
  566.          <strdyear>2009</strdyear>
  567.          <tstrength>25</tstrength>
  568.          <uniqueness>NO</uniqueness>
  569.        </programme>
  570.           <programme id="C62">
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  572.          <course>M.Sc.</course>
  573.          <branch>MATERIALS SCIENCE</branch>
  574.          <stdymode>Full Time</stdymode>
  575.          <strdyear>1979</strdyear>
  576.          <tstrength>30</tstrength>
  577.          <uniqueness>NO</uniqueness>
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  579.           <programme id="C63">
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  581.          <course>M.Tech.</course>
  582.          <branch>LASER AND ELECTRO OPTICAL ENGINEERING</branch>
  583.          <stdymode>Full Time</stdymode>
  584.          <strdyear>1981</strdyear>
  585.          <tstrength>25</tstrength>
  586.          <uniqueness>NO</uniqueness>
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  588.           <programme id="C64">
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  590.          <course>M.Phil.</course>
  591.          <branch>PHYSICS</branch>
  592.          <stdymode>Full Time</stdymode>
  593.          <strdyear>1980</strdyear>
  594.          <tstrength>25</tstrength>
  595.          <uniqueness>NO</uniqueness>
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  597.           <programme id="C65">
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  599.          <course>M.Sc.</course>
  600.          <branch>APPLIED CHEMISTRY</branch>
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  602.          <strdyear>1975</strdyear>
  603.          <tstrength>30</tstrength>
  604.          <uniqueness>NO</uniqueness>
  605.        </programme>
  606.           <programme id="C66">
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  608.          <course>M.Phil.</course>
  609.          <branch>CHEMISTRY</branch>
  610.          <stdymode>Full Time</stdymode>
  611.          <strdyear>1980</strdyear>
  612.          <tstrength>25</tstrength>
  613.          <uniqueness>NO</uniqueness>
  614.        </programme>
  615.           <programme id="C67">
  616.          <degree>PG</degree>
  617.          <course>M.Tech.</course>
  618.          <branch>POLYMER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING</branch>
  619.          <stdymode>Full Time</stdymode>
  620.          <strdyear>1981</strdyear>
  621.          <tstrength>25</tstrength>
  622.          <uniqueness>NO</uniqueness>
  623.        </programme>
  624.           <programme id="C68">
  625.          <degree>PG</degree>
  626.          <course>M.Sc.</course>
  627.          <branch>MEDICAL PHYSICS</branch>
  628.          <stdymode>Full Time</stdymode>
  629.          <strdyear>1981</strdyear>
  630.          <tstrength>30</tstrength>
  631.          <uniqueness>NO</uniqueness>
  632.        </programme>
  633.           <programme id="C69">
  634.          <degree>PG</degree>
  635.          <course>M.Phil.</course>
  636.          <branch>MEDICAL PHYSICS</branch>
  637.          <stdymode>Full Time</stdymode>
  638.          <strdyear>2014</strdyear>
  639.          <tstrength>25</tstrength>
  640.          <uniqueness>NO</uniqueness>
  641.        </programme>
  642.           <programme id="C70">
  643.          <degree>PG</degree>
  644.          <course>M.Sc.</course>
  645.          <branch>APPLIED GEOLOGY</branch>
  646.          <stdymode>Full Time</stdymode>
  647.          <strdyear>1998</strdyear>
  648.          <tstrength>30</tstrength>
  649.          <uniqueness>NO</uniqueness>
  650.        </programme>
  651.                 <programme id="C71">
  652.          <degree>PG</degree>
  653.          <course>M.Phil.</course>
  654.          <branch>ENGLISH</branch>
  655.          <stdymode>Full Time</stdymode>
  656.          <strdyear>1982</strdyear>
  657.          <tstrength>30</tstrength>
  658.          <uniqueness>NO</uniqueness>
  659.        </programme>
  660.                 <programme id="C72">
  661.          <degree>PG</degree>
  662.          <course>M.Sc.</course>
  663.          <branch>APPLIED MATHEMATICS</branch>
  664.          <stdymode>Full Time</stdymode>
  665.          <strdyear>1975</strdyear>
  666.          <tstrength>30</tstrength>
  667.          <uniqueness>NO</uniqueness>
  668.        </programme>
  669.                 <programme id="C73">
  670.          <degree>PG</degree>
  671.          <course>M.Sc.</course>
  672.          <branch>COMPUTER SCIENCE (Integrated)</branch>
  673.          <stdymode>Full Time</stdymode>
  674.          <strdyear>2001</strdyear>
  675.          <tstrength>30</tstrength>
  676.          <uniqueness>NO</uniqueness>
  677.        </programme>
  678.                 <programme id="C74">
  679.          <degree>PG</degree>
  680.          <course>M.Sc.</course>
  681.          <branch>INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (Integrated)</branch>
  682.          <stdymode>Full Time</stdymode>
  683.          <strdyear>2001</strdyear>
  684.          <tstrength>30</tstrength>
  685.          <uniqueness>NO</uniqueness>
  686.        </programme>
  687.                 <programme id="C75">
  688.          <degree>PG</degree>
  689.          <course>M.Phil.</course>
  690.          <branch>MATHEMATICS</branch>
  691.          <stdymode>Full Time</stdymode>
  692.          <strdyear>1979</strdyear>
  693.          <tstrength>10</tstrength>
  694.          <uniqueness>NO</uniqueness>
  695.        </programme>
  696.                 <programme id="C76">
  697.          <degree>PG</degree>
  698.          <course>M.Sc.</course>
  699.          <branch>ELECTRONIC MEDIA</branch>
  700.          <stdymode>Full Time</stdymode>
  701.          <strdyear>2002</strdyear>
  702.          <tstrength>30</tstrength>
  703.          <uniqueness>NO</uniqueness>
  704.        </programme>
  705.                 <programme id="C77">
  706.          <degree>PG</degree>
  707.          <course>M.Sc.</course>
  708.          <branch>ELECTRONIC MEDIA (Integrated)</branch>
  709.          <stdymode>Full Time</stdymode>
  710.          <strdyear>2002</strdyear>
  711.          <tstrength>40</tstrength>
  712.          <uniqueness>NO</uniqueness>
  713.        </programme>
  714.                 <programme id="C78">
  715.          <degree>PG</degree>
  716.          <course>M.B.A</course>
  717.          <branch>.</branch>
  718.          <stdymode>Full Time</stdymode>
  719.          <strdyear>1981</strdyear>
  720.          <tstrength>60</tstrength>
  721.          <uniqueness>NO</uniqueness>
  722.        </programme>
  723.                 <programme id="C79">
  724.          <degree>PG</degree>
  725.          <course>M.B.A.</course>
  726.          <branch>TOURISM MANAGEMENT</branch>
  727.          <stdymode>Full Time</stdymode>
  728.          <strdyear>2014</strdyear>
  729.          <tstrength>60</tstrength>
  730.          <uniqueness>NO</uniqueness>
  731.        </programme -->
  732. <programme id="b2_1">
  733. <deptname>CIVIL</deptname>
  734. <degree>UG</degree>
  735. <course>B.E.</course>
  736. <branch>Civil</branch>
  737. <stdymode>Full Time</stdymode>
  738. <strdyear>1794</strdyear>
  739. <tstrength>120</tstrength>
  740. <uniqueness>NO</uniqueness>
  741. </programme>
  742. <programme id="b4_1">
  743. <deptname>IST</deptname>
  744. <degree>PG</degree>
  745. <course>M.E.</course>
  746. <branch>CSE</branch>
  747. <stdymode>Full Time</stdymode>
  748. <strdyear>1895</strdyear>
  749. <tstrength>120</tstrength>
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  751. </programme>
  752. <programme id="b3_1">
  753. <deptname>CSE</deptname>
  754. <degree>PG</degree>
  755. <course>M.E.</course>
  756. <branch>CSE</branch>
  757. <stdymode>Full Time</stdymode>
  758. <strdyear>1895</strdyear>
  759. <tstrength>120</tstrength>
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  762. <programme id="b2_2">
  763. <deptname>CIVIL</deptname>
  764. <degree>UG</degree>
  765. <course>B.E.</course>
  766. <branch>Agri</branch>
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  772. <programme id="b2_3">
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  774. <degree>UG</degree>
  775. <course>B.E.</course>
  776. <branch>urban</branch>
  777. <stdymode>Full Time</stdymode>
  778. <strdyear>1690</strdyear>
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  780. <uniqueness>YES</uniqueness>
  781. </programme>
  782. <programme id="b5_1">
  783. <deptname>CIVIL</deptname>
  784. <degree>UG</degree>
  785. <course>B.Tech.</course>
  786. <branch>techno</branch>
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  788. <strdyear>1960</strdyear>
  789. <tstrength>120</tstrength>
  790. <uniqueness>YES</uniqueness>
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  794. </heading>
  795. <heading category="admissions">
  796. <sub_head id="aboutAdm" name="admissions">
  797. <paragraph id="p1">
  798. <text id="t1">
  799. <![CDATA[ CEG is a renowned educational and research institute, historically dedicated to the pursuit of advancement in science and engineering. Students are continuously exploring new avenues of knowledge, guided by knowledgeable and experienced faculty. Outside academia, CEGians pursue their passions in writing, theatre, robotics and much more through a variety of clubs, attuning themselves to the world around them and emerging as well rounded students. A stellar placement record reflects CEG’s commitment for great career to all it’s students. ]]>
  800. </text>
  801. </paragraph>
  802. </sub_head>
  803. <sub_head id="detailsAdm" name="admissions details">
  804. <admissions>
  805. <adm_det id="a2">
  806. <hd_adm>hd2</hd_adm>
  807. <info>
  808. <my_li>p1</my_li>
  809. <my_li>p2</my_li>
  810. </info>
  811. </adm_det>
  812. <adm_det id="a3">
  813. <hd_adm>hd1</hd_adm>
  814. <info>
  815. <my_li>p1</my_li>
  816. <my_li>p2</my_li>
  817. <my_li>p3</my_li>
  818. <my_li>p5</my_li>
  819. </info>
  820. </adm_det>
  821. <adm_det id="a4">
  822. <hd_adm>hd3</hd_adm>
  823. <info>
  824. <my_li>p1</my_li>
  825. <my_li>p2</my_li>
  826. <my_li>p3</my_li>
  827. </info>
  828. </adm_det>
  829. </admissions>
  830. </sub_head>
  831. <!-- sub_head id="statisAdm" name="Total Admission Strength">
  832.      <admlist>
  833.      </admlist>
  834.    </sub_head>
  835.    <sub_head id="statisReserv" name="Reservation Quota">
  836.      <reserquota>
  837.      </reserquota>
  838.    </sub_head>
  839.    <sub_head id="stdActivity" name="Student Activity">
  840.      <stdactivity>
  841.      </stdactivity>
  842.    </sub_head>
  843.    <sub_head id="stdClubCul" name="Student Club and Culture">
  844.      <stdclubcul>
  845.      </stdclubcul>
  846.    </sub_head -->
  847. </heading>
  848. <heading category="galleries">
  849. <sub_head id="deptgallery" name="Department Photos">
  850. <galleries>
  851. <photos id="o3">
  852. <url>./img/ceg/gallery/gallery_2018-11-26 104636.jpg</url>
  853. <desc>DEAN</desc>
  854. </photos>
  855. </galleries>
  856. </sub_head>
  857. </heading>
  858. <heading category="scholarships">
  859. <sub_head id="aboutscholar" name="About Scholarship">
  860. <paragraph id="p1">
  861. <text id="t1">
  862. <![CDATA[ ]]>
  863. </text>
  864. </paragraph>
  865. </sub_head>
  866. <sub_head id="schoList" name="Scholarship Available">
  867. <schoList> </schoList>
  868. </sub_head>
  869. </heading>
  870. <heading category="Facilities">
  871. <sub_head id="aboutfacility" name="About Facilities">
  872. <paragraph id="p1">
  873. <text id="t1">
  874. <![CDATA[ The Facility Services department is responsible for the planning, construction, renovation, maintenance and repair of college buildings and facilities. ]]>
  875. </text>
  876. </paragraph>
  877. </sub_head>
  878. <sub_head id="facilityList" name="Facility Available">
  879. <facilityList>
  880. <faci_det id="f2">
  881. <hd_fac>Library</hd_fac>
  882. <info>The CEG Library provides students with access to a vast collection of books and journals, in the order of over 1.5 lakh, and digital learning services. The library also offers access to a range of exclusive e-books and e-journals, which can be accessed in the library through the Digital Knowledge Centre.Besides the central library, the various academic departments have their own libraries that expand the availability of department-specific books available to their students.</info>
  883. <fac_photo>./img/ceg/facility/facility_2018-11-28 110906.jpg</fac_photo>
  884. </faci_det>
  885. <faci_det id="f3">
  886. <hd_fac>Health Centre</hd_fac>
  887. <info>With experienced doctors and staff on call, aided by modern lab equipments, CEG's Health Centre is equipped to handle the medical needs of the students. Consultation is free for all the students and employees. Additionally, an ambulance service is available to attend to emergencies. The health centre is also responsible for conducting comprehensive health checks for the benefit of the students of CEG.</info>
  888. <fac_photo>./img/ceg/facility/facility_2018-11-17 111920.jpg</fac_photo>
  889. </faci_det>
  890. <faci_det id="f4">
  891. <hd_fac>Computing</hd_fac>
  892. <info>Equipping students and faculty alike with Internet services, CEG houses specialized computing centre to satisfy all the computational and technological requirements. With high end computing nodes and other advanced laboratories, the computing centres provides enhanced facilities to the students. In addition to this, is a knowledge data centre, aims to promote excellence in teaching, research and governance by providing software and technology resources.</info>
  893. <fac_photo>./img/ceg/facility/facility_2018-11-17 112236.jpg</fac_photo>
  894. </faci_det>
  895. <faci_det id="f5">
  896. <hd_fac>Wifi</hd_fac>
  897. <info>CEG provides campus-wide, high-speed WiFi services for students to stay connected to the Internet and be an active part of the digital age.</info>
  898. <fac_photo>./img/ceg/facility/facility_2018-11-17 112848.png</fac_photo>
  899. </faci_det>
  900. <faci_det id="f6">
  901. <hd_fac>Student Amenities Centre</hd_fac>
  902. <info>The SAC provides several services to fulfill student needs that include facilities to take printouts, photocopies, as well as to do their laundry.</info>
  903. <fac_photo>./img/ceg/facility/facility_2018-11-17 115609.jpg</fac_photo>
  904. </faci_det>
  905. <faci_det id="f7">
  906. <hd_fac>Co-Operative Society</hd_fac>
  907. <info>Initiated between the government of Tamil Nadu and CEG, the Co-Op Society has made it possible for all students to avail their basic stationary items and other academic paraphernalia at a subsidised rate.</info>
  908. <fac_photo>./img/icon_build.jpg</fac_photo>
  909. </faci_det>
  910. <faci_det id="f8">
  911. <hd_fac>Travel Agency</hd_fac>
  912. <info>The on-campus travel agency provides a convenient facility for students' travel needs, whether it be bus, train or air tickets.</info>
  913. <fac_photo>./img/ceg/facility/facility_2018-11-17 120258.jpg</fac_photo>
  914. </faci_det>
  915. <faci_det id="f9">
  916. <hd_fac>Banking Facilities</hd_fac>
  917. <info>A number of banks and ATMs are located around the college to satisfy the banking requirements of the students and faculty alike.</info>
  918. <fac_photo>./img/ceg/facility/facility_2018-11-17 120417.jpg</fac_photo>
  919. </faci_det>
  920. <faci_det id="f10">
  921. <hd_fac>Sports</hd_fac>
  922. <info><ul> <li>Facilities large open playgrounds</li> <li>athletic tracks</li> <li>courts and arenas</li> <li>gymnasiums</li> <li>swimming pool</li></ul></info>
  923. <fac_photo>./img/ceg/facility/facility_2018-11-17 122738.jpg</fac_photo>
  924. </faci_det>
  925. <faci_det id="f11">
  926. <hd_fac>Dining Facilities</hd_fac>
  927. <info><ul><li>The CEG Canteen</li> <li>cafeterias</li> <li>restaurants</li></ul></info>
  928. <fac_photo>./img/ceg/facility/facility_2018-11-17 122859.jpg</fac_photo>
  929. </faci_det>
  930. <faci_det id="f12">
  931. <hd_fac>On-campus stores</hd_fac>
  932. <info><ul><li> The co-operative store</li> <li>departmental stores</li> <li>shoe mart</li> <li>stationary stores</li></ul></info>
  933. <fac_photo>./img/ceg/facility/facility_2018-11-17 123505.png</fac_photo>
  934. </faci_det>
  935. <faci_det id="f13">
  936. <hd_fac>Other facilities</hd_fac>
  937. <info><ul><li>Barber shop</li> <li>Tailors</li> <li>STD/ISD booths</li></ul></info>
  938. <fac_photo>./img/ceg/facility/facility_2018-11-17 123808.jpg</fac_photo>
  939. </faci_det>
  940. <faci_det id="f14">
  941. <hd_fac>Buildings</hd_fac>
  942. <info><ul><li>Vivekanandha Auditorium </li><li>Tag Auditorium</li><li>Knowledge Park</li><li>Science and Humanities Building</li></ul></info>
  943. <fac_photo>./img/ceg/facility/facility_2018-11-26 120351.jpg</fac_photo>
  944. </faci_det>
  945. <faci_det id="f15">
  946. <hd_fac>Hostel Facilities</hd_fac>
  947. <info><ul><li>CEG Hostels</li><li>Mega Mess</li><li>Bio-Gas Plant</li></ul></info>
  948. <fac_photo>./img/ceg/facility/facility_2018-11-26 120906.png</fac_photo>
  949. </faci_det>
  950. </facilityList>
  951. </sub_head>
  952. </heading>
  953. <heading category="ntbldeptalumni">
  954. <sub_head id="aboutalumni" name="About Alumni">
  955. <paragraph id="p1">
  956. <text id="t1">
  957. <![CDATA[ This is a list of notable alumni who graduated and attended in CEG campus.The Anna University alumni are spread across the globe. The Alumni Club was started in 1993 in order to fortify the bond among the alumni, foster ties between their families and stimulate social and intellectual interests. ]]>
  958. </text>
  959. </paragraph>
  960. </sub_head>
  961. <sub_head id="deptalumnidetls" name="Department Alumni list">
  962. <deptalumnilist>
  963. <alumni id="a7">
  964. <aname>Verghese Kurien</aname>
  965. <abranch>Mechanical engineering</abranch>
  966. <achievement>He is known as the 'Father of the White Revolution' in India, was a social entrepreneur whose "billion-litre idea", Operation Flood – the world's largest agricultural dairy development programme, made dairy farming India's largest self-sustaining industry and the largest rural employment provider.</achievement>
  967. <alumniphoto>./img/ceg/alumni/alumni_2018-11-23 023338.jpg</alumniphoto>
  968. </alumni>
  969. <alumni id="a8">
  970. <aname>Rangaswamy Narasimhan</aname>
  971. <abranch>Telecommunication engineering</abranch>
  972. <achievement>He was an Indian computer and cognitive scientist, regarded by many as the father of computer science research in India. He led the team which developed the TIFRAC, the first Indian indigenous computer and was instrumental in the establishment of CMC Limited in 1975, a Government of India company, later bought by Tata Consultancy Services. He was a recipient of the fourth highest Indian civilian award of Padma Shri from the Government of India in 1977.</achievement>
  973. <alumniphoto>./img/ceg/alumni/alumni_2018-11-23 031211.png</alumniphoto>
  974. </alumni>
  975. <alumni id="a9">
  976. <aname>Ram Krishna Baliga</aname>
  977. <abranch>Electronics and Communication Engineering</abranch>
  978. <achievement>Founding Chairman and Managing Director of Keonics (1976-1983), Bangalore, India; Chairman and Managing Director, Hindustan Teleprinters Ltd, Chennai, India (1984-1986); Managing Director, Sandur Fluid Controls Pvt Ltd (1986-1988); Visionary, Industrialist, Electronic engineer, Professor of Management and examiner, Bangalore University (1969-1976) and Known for Envisioning the Electronic City in Bangalore and other similar cities in Karnataka in 1975</achievement>
  979. <alumniphoto>./img/ceg/alumni/alumni_2018-12-04 113148.png</alumniphoto>
  980. </alumni>
  981. <alumni id="a10">
  982. <aname>Raj Reddy</aname>
  983. <abranch>Civil engineering </abranch>
  984. <achievement>He is an Indian-American computer scientist and a winner of the Turing Award. He is one of the early pioneers of Artificial Intelligence and has served on the faculty of Stanford and Carnegie Mellon for over 50 years.</achievement>
  985. <alumniphoto>./img/ceg/alumni/alumni_2018-11-23 023817.jpg</alumniphoto>
  986. </alumni>
  987. <alumni id="a11">
  988. <aname>AC Muthiah</aname>
  989. <abranch> Mechanical Engineering</abranch>
  990. <achievement>He is an Indian industrialist and cricket administrator. He served as the Chairman of Southern Petrochemical Industries Limited (SPIC) and is the chairman of Sri Venkateswara College of Engineering, Sriperumbudur near Chennai. He served as the President of the Board of Control for Cricket in India from 1999 to 2001.</achievement>
  991. <alumniphoto>./img/ceg/alumni/alumni_2018-12-04 113353.png</alumniphoto>
  992. </alumni>
  993. <alumni id="a12">
  994. <aname>Krishnamachari Srikkanth</aname>
  995. <abranch>Electrical and Electronic Engineering</abranch>
  996. <achievement>He is a former captain of the Indian cricket team and former chairman of the selection committee. He represented Tamil Nadu in the Indian domestic circuit.</achievement>
  997. <alumniphoto>./img/ceg/alumni/alumni_2018-11-23 030342.jpg</alumniphoto>
  998. </alumni>
  999. <alumni id="a13">
  1000. <aname>Akkineni Nagarjuna</aname>
  1001. <abranch>Nil</abranch>
  1002. <achievement>He is an Indian film actor, film producer and businessman. He has received nine state Nandi Awards, three Filmfare Awards South and a National Film Award-Special Mention. In 1996 he produced Ninne Pelladata, which has garnered the National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Telugu for that year</achievement>
  1003. <alumniphoto>./img/ceg/alumni/alumni_2018-11-23 031034.jpg</alumniphoto>
  1004. </alumni>
  1005. <alumni id="a14">
  1006. <aname>Madhan Karky</aname>
  1007. <abranch>Computer engineering</abranch>
  1008. <achievement>He is an Indian lyricist, research associate, software engineer and film dialogue writer. He holds a doctorate in computer science.</achievement>
  1009. <alumniphoto>./img/ceg/alumni/alumni_2018-11-23 024616.jpg</alumniphoto>
  1010. </alumni>
  1011. <alumni id="a15">
  1012. <aname>aaaa</aname>
  1013. <abranch>ssss</abranch>
  1014. <achievement>vvv</achievement>
  1015. <alumniphoto>./img/default.png</alumniphoto>
  1016. </alumni>
  1017. </deptalumnilist>
  1018. </sub_head>
  1019. </heading>
  1020. <heading category="research">
  1021. <sub_head id="aboutResearch" name="About Research">
  1022. <paragraph id="p1">
  1023. <text id="t1">
  1024. <![CDATA[ ]]>
  1025. </text>
  1026. </paragraph>
  1027. </sub_head>
  1028. <sub_head id="researchlist" name="Research List">
  1029. <researches>
  1030. <research id="r7">
  1031. <res_dept>Civil Engineering</res_dept>
  1032. <res_programme><b>Centre for Disaster Mitigation and Management</b><br/><ul><li>Hydrodynamic modelling of urban flood management</li><li>Storm Surge Modelling</li><li> Decision Support System for Disaster Management </li></ul><br/><b>Centre for Environmental Studies</b><br/><ul><li>Wastewater reclamation and reuse</li><li>Bioremediation</li><li>Air pollution modeling and monitoring</li><li> Solid and hazardous waste management</li></ul><br/><b>Soil Mechanics</b><br/><ul><li>Ground Improvement </li><li>Constitutive modelling</li><li>Dynamic response of foundations</li><li>Computational geomechanics</li><li> stability analysis of hill slopes</li><li> Stability analysis of underground Strutures.</li></ul><b>Climate change and adaptation</b><br/><ul><li>Climate modelling</li><li>climate adaptation</li><li>carbon sequestration from Cccar</li></ul></res_programme>
  1033. <res_syear>Nil</res_syear>
  1034. <res_pcount>Nil</res_pcount>
  1035. </research>
  1036. <research id="r8">
  1037. <res_dept>Electrical and Electronics Engineering</res_dept>
  1038. <res_programme><ul><li>Power evacuation studies</li><li>Smart grid</li><li>Electric mobility</li><li>Design and testing of High voltage Power apparatus</li><li>Power quality</li><li>Machine design</li><li>MEMS</li><li>Application of pulsed electric field for food preservation</li><li>Development of nano composites for Batteries</li><li>Fuel cell operated systems</li><li>Process control</li></ul></res_programme>
  1039. <res_syear>Nil</res_syear>
  1040. <res_pcount>Nil</res_pcount>
  1041. </research>
  1042. <research id="r11">
  1043. <res_dept>Mechanical Engineering</res_dept>
  1044. <res_programme><b>Internal Combustion Engineering</b> <br/> <ul> <li>Future Fuels For IC Engines</li> <li>Fuel Flexi Engines</li> <li>Advanced Combustion Concepts</li> <li>Smart Hybrid vehicles</li> <li>Poly technology enabled vehicle system</li> <li>Development of Methanol/DME Dual fuel advanced combustion engine</li> <li>Development of Direct Injection Compression Ignition Combustion Engine For Gasoline like Low Reactive Fuels</li> <li>Green after treatment system</li><li>Fuel cells and energy devices</li> <li>Waste water treatment and electricity generation</li> <li>Polymer nano-scaffolds for tissue engineering</li> <li>Central work shop division thrust areas of research</li> <li>Materials processing and characterisation</li> <li>Machining and Materials forming</li> <li>Surface science and engineering of metals,alloys and composites Vibrations</li></ul> <b>AU-FRG Institute for CAD / CAM</b> <br/> <ul> <li>Product Life Cycle Management</li> <li>New product Development</li> <li>3 D printing</li> <li>Paleontology</li> <li>Sedimentology</li> <li>Geogical Remote Sensing</li> <li>Hydrogeology</li> <li>Geomagnetism</li> </ul></res_programme>
  1045. <res_syear>Nil</res_syear>
  1046. <res_pcount>Nil</res_pcount>
  1047. </research>
  1048. <research id="r12">
  1049. <res_dept>Medical Physics</res_dept>
  1050. <res_programme><ul><li>Photonic pathology</li><li>Nano medicine and Nano dosimeters</li><li>Drug -DNA/protein interaction and modelling</li><li>Radiation dosimetry</li><li>Photodynamic therapy</li><li>Electronic band structure studies for energy, environment and health</li><li>Ethnopharmacology</li><li>Cellular imaging</li><li>Laser spectroscopy</li></ul></res_programme>
  1051. <res_syear>Nil</res_syear>
  1052. <res_pcount>Nil</res_pcount>
  1053. </research>
  1054. <research id="r13">
  1055. <res_dept>Printing Technology</res_dept>
  1056. <res_programme><ul><li>Functional material printing</li> <li>Security Printing</li> <li>Smart and Intelligent Packaging</li> <li>Bio and Nano composites for Printing and Packaging</li> <li>Sustainable Packaging</li></ul></res_programme>
  1057. <res_syear>Nil</res_syear>
  1058. <res_pcount>Nil</res_pcount>
  1059. </research>
  1060. <research id="r14">
  1061. <res_dept>Information Science and Technology</res_dept>
  1062. <res_programme><ul> <li>Data Science</li> <li>Network Technologies</li> <li>Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning</li> <li>Multimedia and Image Processing</li> <li>Information Security</li> <li>Distributed Computing</li> <li>Assistive Technologies</li> </ul></res_programme>
  1063. <res_syear>Nil</res_syear>
  1064. <res_pcount>Nil</res_pcount>
  1065. </research>
  1066. <research id="r15">
  1067. <res_dept>Industrial Engineering</res_dept>
  1068. <res_programme><ul><li>Productivity, Quality and Reliability.</li><li> Optimisation</li><li> Lean Six-Sigma </li><li> Ergonomics and Safety.</li></ul></res_programme>
  1069. <res_syear>Nil</res_syear>
  1070. <res_pcount>Nil</res_pcount>
  1071. </research>
  1072. <research id="r16">
  1073. <res_dept>Media Sciences</res_dept>
  1074. <res_programme><ul><li>Media and law</li><li>war and media</li><li> women and media</li><li> Corporate communication</li><li>Electronic/television journalism</li><li>Conflict reporting</li><li>Media and human rights</li><li>Cloud computing</li><li>Use of electronic media resources for effective community based risk management</li><li>Media and environment</li></ul></res_programme>
  1075. <res_syear>Nil</res_syear>
  1076. <res_pcount>Nil</res_pcount>
  1077. </research>
  1078. <research id="r17">
  1079. <res_dept>Electronics and Communication Engineering</res_dept>
  1080. <res_programme><ul><li>Wireless Communication Networks</li><li> VLSI Design</li><li> Digital Signal Processing </li><li> Digital Image Processing </li><li> Medical Instrumentation </li><li> High Frequency Applications</li></ul></res_programme>
  1081. <res_syear>Nil</res_syear>
  1082. <res_pcount>Nil</res_pcount>
  1083. </research>
  1084. </researches>
  1085. </sub_head>
  1086. </heading>
  1087. <heading category="deancontact">
  1088. <sub_head id="deanquote" name="Inspirational Quoates">
  1089. <paragraph id="p1">
  1090. <text id="t1">
  1091. <![CDATA[ Nothing is Impossible ]]>
  1092. </text>
  1093. </paragraph>
  1094. </sub_head>
  1095. <sub_head id="deanContact" name="Dean Contact">
  1096. <deancontacts>
  1097. <d_mobile>9445040791</d_mobile>
  1098. <d_email>deanceg@annauniv.edu</d_email>
  1099. <d_telep>22358491</d_telep>
  1100. <d_fax>22301357</d_fax>
  1101. <d_address>Anna University,Chennai,Tamil Nadu 600025</d_address>
  1102. </deancontacts>
  1103. </sub_head>
  1104. </heading>
  1105. <heading category="departments">
  1106. <sub_head id="aboutdepart" name="About Departments">
  1107. <paragraph id="p1">
  1108. <text id="t1">
  1109. <![CDATA[ Courses are generally given within a department.An academic department is a division of a university or school faculty devoted to a particular academic discipline. ]]>
  1110. </text>
  1111. </paragraph>
  1112. </sub_head>
  1113. <sub_head id="deptList" name="List of Department">
  1114. <departments>
  1115. <dept_list id="d2">
  1116. <info>Department of Civil Engineering <ul><li>Institute of Remote Sensing</li><li>Institute for Ocean Management</li><li>Centre for Water Resources</li><li>Centre for Disaster Mitigation and Management</li><li>Centre for Climate Change and Adaptation Research</li><li>Centre for Environmental Studies<br/></li><li>Division of Structural Engineering</li><li>Division of Transportation Engineering</li> <li>Division of Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering</li> <li>Building Technology Centre</li></ul></info>
  1117. </dept_list>
  1118. <dept_list id="d3">
  1119. <info>Department of Mechanical Engineering <ul><li>Institute for Energy Studies</li> <li>AU-FRG Institute for CAD / CAM</li> <li>Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning Engineering Division</li> <li>Engineering Design Division</li> <li>Internal Combustion Engineering Division</li> <li>Central Workshop Division</li></ul></info>
  1120. </dept_list>
  1121. <dept_list id="d4">
  1122. <info>Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering<ul><li>Division of High Voltage Engineering</li> <li>Division of Power Systems Engineering</li></ul></info>
  1123. </dept_list>
  1124. <dept_list id="d5">
  1125. <info>Department of Computer Science Engineering<ul><li>Ramanujan Computing Centre</li></ul></info>
  1126. </dept_list>
  1127. <dept_list id="d6">
  1128. <info>Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering<ul><li>Centre for Medical Electronics</li></ul></info>
  1129. </dept_list>
  1130. <dept_list id="d7">
  1131. <info>Department of Information Science and Technology</info>
  1132. </dept_list>
  1133. <dept_list id="d8">
  1134. <info>Department of Management Studies</info>
  1135. </dept_list>
  1136. <dept_list id="d9">
  1137. <info>Department of Manufacturing Engineering</info>
  1138. </dept_list>
  1139. <dept_list id="d10">
  1140. <info>Department of Industrial Engineering</info>
  1141. </dept_list>
  1142. <dept_list id="d11">
  1143. <info>Department of Mining Engineering</info>
  1144. </dept_list>
  1145. <dept_list id="d12">
  1146. <info>Department of Printing Technology</info>
  1147. </dept_list>
  1148. <dept_list id="d13">
  1149. <info>Department of Chemistry</info>
  1150. </dept_list>
  1151. <dept_list id="d14">
  1152. <info>Department of English</info>
  1153. </dept_list>
  1154. <dept_list id="d15">
  1155. <info>Department of Geology</info>
  1156. </dept_list>
  1157. <dept_list id="d16">
  1158. <info>Department of Mathematics</info>
  1159. </dept_list>
  1160. <dept_list id="d17">
  1161. <info>Department of Media Sciences</info>
  1162. </dept_list>
  1163. <dept_list id="d18">
  1164. <info>Department of Medical Physics</info>
  1165. </dept_list>
  1166. <dept_list id="d19">
  1167. <info>Department of Physics</info>
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  1169. </departments>
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