Diploma in Civil Engineering(DCE)



The Department of Civil Engineering at MRKPTC strives to develop and impart technical knowledge and professional skills required for Civil Engineering practice in students through excellence in teaching and research activities. We clearly understand the role played by every civil engineer and their importance in the construction of buildings as buildings mean a lot to many people. Besides high-quality teaching and instruction, several R&D and consultancy projects are carried out to produce highly competent and capable professionals. The Department ensures a dynamic process of learning that emphasizes open-ended design, teamwork, and problem-solving skills.


Diploma in Computer Technology(DCT)



The Department of Computer Science and Engineering was formed with the primary objective of providing world class education in the field of Information Technology, while addressing the problems of today and tomorrow. Right from its inception, the department has been offering excellent infrastructural facilities with a variety of computing platforms to aspiring professional students to meet the burgeoning demands of the IT industry. The department endeavors to produce confident professionals tuned to real time working environment. The department offers excellent academic environment with a team of highly qualified faculty members to inspire the students to develop their technical skills and inculcate the spirit of team work in them. The strength of the department lies in the highly motivated students who understand the dynamics of the industry and hone their skills accordingly.


Diploma in Electronics & Communication Engineering (DECE)



The Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering offers a value-based education and research activities for students. The students are not only told to learn the logic but also to use their imagination as it can lead them to discover new things.Faculty members in the Department are well-experienced in various areas of Electronics and Communication Engineering that include Digital Signal Processing, Wireless Communication, VLSI, Microwave & Optical Engineering, Communication Systems and Embedded systems. The Department is committed to transforming the individuals into globally competent Engineers with application-oriented learning, research activities, dynamic entrepreneurship skills and human values, fulfilling the needs of society.


Diploma in Electrical and Electronics Engineering(DEEE)



The Electrical Engineering Department aims to provide academically rigorous and professionally relevant teaching in the specialization of Power systems, Power electronics, Electrical machines, Control systems and Electrical drives and controls. Importance is given to quality teaching and learning process. The staff members and students are encouraged to join various technical and non-technical forums, which in turn give them a great exposure to engineering concepts and technology. Every effort is made constantly to improve the growth of our Students.


Diploma in Mechanical Engineering(DME)



Mechanical Engineering Branch is an Evergreen Branch. The Students of this Branch is always in Demand. Moreover, Mechanical Engineering Students will have a wide Career Profile and suit to almost any Industry. Mechanical Engineering is the Mother Branch of other Engineering branches. It plays an important role in every sphere of Engineering. In this branch, the Students learn the Fundamentals of Mechanical Parts of various Machines, Fluid and Thermal power Applications. He also exposed to variety of Industrial and Domestic machinery. One of the core branches of Engineering, it deals with Machines, their Design and Energy flow Analysis, Manufacturing and Performance. Modern Manufacturing Processes have resulted into Mass Production of items at Low Cost and High Quality. Mechanical Engineers have unique role in Power Plants, Modern Factories, Space, Automobiles and Steel Plants. Increase in automation has widened the horizons of this branch beyond the conventional jobs. “Learn Mechanical Engineering and enjoy the widened scope in various fields”.


Library



The college has a library and Information Centre which plays a vital role in achieving the cherished objectives of improving the education standard by stimulating academic interest among the students community. It has separate reading and reference sections to serve the under graduate and post graduate students.It has huge collection of 14550 volumes of books under Science and Humanities, Engineering and Technology, Management and Computer Applications with 2500 titles.

Apart from this, it has digital resources facilities for students and staff such as DELNET & IEEE online journals. It is fully automated and all the transactions are Computerized. Books are classified and arranged according to the DDC (Dewey Decimal Classification Scheme).Added to these, the library has OPAC (Online Public Access Catalogue) facility to enable easy access for the user. It also has a collection of books related to TOEFL, GRE, GATE (All branches), CAT, civil services examinations to help those students to prepare for competitive examinations and placement training.


Hostel



BOYS’ HOSTEL:

The Boys’ Hostel spread over two floors and accommodates about 600 students. The boys’ hostel has separate library, reading room, shuttle courts and a shop to facilitate the students. The hostel blocks also have STD facility.

GIRLS’ HOSTEL:

The Girls’ Hostel spread over two floors and accommodates about 500 students. The Girls’ hostel has Shuttle courts, Table tennis and a shop to facilitate the students. The hostel blocks also have STD facility.

RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR HOSTEL RESIDENTS:

  1. Students are not allowed to stay inside the hostel during college hours without obtaining prior permission / leave from the warden.
  2. Disciplinary actions will be taken against the student who goes out of the hostel without permission.
  3. Getting permission and not returning in time will be viewed seriously and further permissions will not be granted.
  4. No student shall leave the hostel after 6.30 p.m.
  5. Study hours have to be strictly followed with perfect silence in the hostel from 8.00 p.m to 10.00 p.m daily.
  6. Attendance will be taken during the Study hours and the room doors should be kept partially open during the study hours
  7. Watching television after 8.00p.m is strictly prohibited.
  8. Food Timings in Hostel :

    Morning Coffee : 6.45 a.m – 7.15 a.m

    Breakfast : 7.50 a.m – 8.45 a.m

    Lunch : As per College Timetable

    Snacks : 5.00 p.m – 5.30 p.m

    Dinner : 7.00 p.m – 8.00 p.m

  9. Timings should be followed strictly.
  10. Meals or snacks should not be taken to rooms.
  11. No student is permitted to take the utensils like tumblers, plates etc to the room from the mess. Severe action will be taken against violators.
  12. Students are denied entry to the Kitchens and Pantries of the Hostel.
  13. Students in the hostel must be friendly with the fellow students. They should not quarrel or fight for any reason. Any dispute between students must be brought to the notice of the Warden/ Deputy Warden.
  14. Organizing groups on the basis of linguistics, religion or any other kind inside the Hostel premises is strictly prohibited.
  15. Students are responsible for their own belongings and should not possess valuable items like gold. Students are advised not to leave money or valuables in their rooms. The Management will not be responsible for loss of such valuables and money.
  16. Illegal activities / Misbehavior / Using Bad languages and rude signs in the hostel premises may result in immediate expulsion from the hostel.
  17. Any damage to the Hostel properties by the students in their wing will lead to collection of compensation from the concerned students of that particular wing.
  18. Students are not permitted to interfere in any way with the electrical system in their rooms.
  19. Playing cards and other indoor games inside the room is strictly prohibited.
  20. Students are not permitted to use any electrical & electronic items like radio, heaters, iron box, walkman etc.
  21. The cleanliness of rooms and all toilet facilities must be carefully preserved.
  22. All waste must be thrown in the dustbins provided in the rooms.
  23. The walls of the rooms should be clean. Pasting posters or driving nails in the walls is strictly prohibited. Severe action will be taken against violators.
  24. Taps and lights must be turned off when not in use.
  25. Night stay in local guardian’s house is not permitted.
  26. Permission will not be given for tuition and computer classes outside the campus.
  27. Phone calls are encouraged if it is from the parents. Phone calls after 10.30 p.m. are not encouraged.
  28. . No student is permitted to possess mobile phone inside the hostel premises. Student can use the coin phone provided in the hostel with the prior permission from the Warden / Deputy Warden. However phone calls are not permitted after 10.30 p.m.
  29. . Computer / Laptops are allowed only for education purpose. If computer / Laptops found being misused. It will be seized immediately.
  30. All illness must be reported to the Deputy Warden, who may call for medical aid.
  31. Permission letter from parents, leave letter and permission forms should be duly filled by the student, when he leaves the hostel to his home or outside the hostel.
  32. Letters are allowed only from the parents
  33. Letter addressed to the student should bear the room number also.
  34. Mess will be closed after the last day of the regular University Examinations.
  35. Late comers to the hostel at night will be severely punished.
  36. Students have to get prior permission from the Deputy Warden / Warden to use the Computer labs, Library and Game Kits after 6.30 p.m.
  37. Students should avail only one permission in a month to go home or Holiday. They should not go home on other occasions except with specific permission.
  38. Students should carry the ‘Hand book’ when they go out on permission and entry must be made.
  39. Loss of Hand book should be immediately reported to the warden and fresh book will be given upon by paying a fee of Rs.50/-
  40. The furniture provided to the students should be neatly maintained and if any damage or defacing is done repair charges and painting charges will be collected.
  41. No visitors / Day scholars are permitted to meet the students in the hostel without the permission of the Warden / Deputy Warden. They are strictly prohibited to enter the rooms of the hostel students. Hostel students found violating this rule will be expelled from the hostel.
  42. It is prohibited to use Cigarette, Liquor, Pan items, Chewing Gums etc..,
  43. A student dismissed from the college is dismissed from the hostel also.
  44. Non – obedience to the rules and regulations shall lead to the expulsion from the hostel and the College.

Canteen



The college is providing canteen facility to the students as well as teaching and non teaching staff of the college, it is capable of catering the demands of the students and can accommodate 400 persons at a time. It has spacious & properly maintained room as well as kitchen. Generally the college provides it to any individual on contract basis after proper officials formalities. The canteen offers a wide medley of hygienic, nutritious South Indian Vegetarian and Non-vegetarian wholesome edible food. Arrangement has been made for the boys & girls to dine separately.

The College canteen also caters to the functions organized in the college auditorium & other related programmes like seminars, conferences and workshops.

Transport



The College has adequate buses which are made available to the students and the faculty members for commuting from various points in and around the town. All students should make use of the college transport or should stay in the hostel. This facility has made it possible to start the classes in time and thereby helping the academic process. Our bus facilities have enabled us to maintain discipline among students.

All the buses reach the Campus before 8.30 a.m., so that all the students and faculty can have their breakfast and get ready to attend the classes at 8.45 a.m.

The buses leave the campus at 5.00 p.m., which helps all the students to reach home early and safely.

These buses operate along 21 routes starting from different points approximately between 6.30 a.m and 6.45 a.m. The starting points are

  •   Jayankondam
  •   Bhuvanagiri
  •   Kurinjipadi
  •   Neyveli-Mandarakuppam
  •   Edamanal
  •   Virudhachalam
  •   Srimushnam
  •   Muttam
  •   Sirkazhi
  •   B.Muttlur
  •   Neyveli Township
  •   Manalmedu
  •   Chidambaram
  •   Velakudi
  •   Kullanchavadi
  •   Andimadam
  •   Vaitheeswarankoil
  •   Kumbakonam
  •   Cuddalore
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