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  • Grievance Redressal Cell
  • Anti-Ragging Committee
  • ISTE
  • IEI
  • CSI CHAPTER
  • Prayer Cell
  • Product Development Cell
  • Product Design Club
  • Red Ribbon Club
  • NCC
  • NSS
  • Rotaract Club
  • Alumni
  • Eco Green Club
  • Women’s Empowerment cell
  • Academic Calendar
  • SC/ST Committee

Grievance Redressal Cell

Introduction

Grievance Redressal committee has been formed in our college to provide a safe, fair and harmonious learning and working environment. Grievance Redressal Cell was set up in accordance with the Article XXV of the constitution for handling day-to-day grievances related to students, parents and staff members.

Objectives

The objective of the Grievance Cell is to develop a responsive and accountable attitude among all the students and staff and to maintain a harmonious educational atmosphere in the institute. The management ensures to address all the students and the staff for a smooth and peaceful study environment.

A Grievance Cell should be constituted for the redressal of the problems reported by the Students/employees of the Institute with the following objectives.

  • Upholding the dignity of the Institute by ensuring strife free atmosphere in the Institute through promoting cordial Student-Student relationship and Student teacher relationship etc.
  • Encouraging the Students/employees to express their grievances / problems freely and frankly, without any fear of being victimized.
  • Advising Students/employees of the Institute to respect the right and dignity of one another and show utmost restraint and patience whenever any occasion of rift arises.
  • Advising all staff to be affectionate to the Students and not behave in a vindictive manner towards any of them for any reason.
  • Ragging in any form is strictly prohibited in and outside the institution. Any violation of ragging and disciplinary rules should be urgently brought to the notice of the Director.
  • Responsibilities

    • The grievances at departmental level are governed by the concerned mentors, class Coordinators and Department Heads then and there.
    • Unresolved grievances at the departmental level are referred to the Grievance Redressal Cell of the institution.

Anti-Ragging Committee

Introduction

The Institute has formed an ant ragging committee to completely wipe out the menace from the campus making it ragging free campus and to prohibit any conduct by any student or students whether by words spoken or written or by an act which has the effect of teasing, treating or handling with rudeness a fresher or any other student, or indulging in rowdy or in disciplined activities by any student or students which causes or is likely to cause annoyance, hardship or psychological harm or to raise fear or apprehension thereof in any fresher or any other student or asking any student to do any act which such student will not in the ordinary course do and which has the effect of causing or generating a sense of shame.

And preventing its occurrence and punishing those who indulge in ragging as provided for in these Regulations and the appropriate law in force. Ragging is strictly prohibited both state government and central government and it is a Criminal offence. Depending upon the nature and gravity of the offence as established the possible punishments for those found guilty of ragging at the institution level shall be any one or any combination of the following.

  • Dismissal from the college
  • Suspension with fine of Rs.25000.
  • Cancellation of Admission.
  • Withholding / Withdrawing scholarship /fellowship and other benefits
  • Debarring from representing the institution in any regional, national or international meet, youth festival etc.
  • Suspension /expulsion from the hostel.
  • Expulsion from the institution and consequent debarring from admission to any other Institution
  • Preventive Measures to Eradicate Ragging in the Institution for the Academic Year 2019-2020
  • Anti –Ragging Committee and Anti –Ragging Squad are formed with the following committees.This Squad will make surprise raids on canteens, hostel messes, hostel rooms and play ground etc.
  • The squad shall work under the overall guidance of Anti- Ragging Committee. The squad comprises of faculty members and student representative (seniors).

Functional Committee

Academic Year 2020-2021

Sl.No. Name of the faculty Designation Department Convener/ Member Contact Number Email id
1. Dr.Joshua gnana sekaran j Principal   Chairman 9894647447 principal@csics.edu.in
2. Mr. Baskar.R Police Inspector   Member 4232517558 kettipsnil@gmail.com
3. Mrs. Rajammal.S Revenue Officer Member 0423251723 dronlg@tn.nic.in
4. Mr. Santharoopan .REV Official Of NGO (Chaplin)   Member 4232517474 roopan@mailinator.com
5. Mr. Manahoran.M Buisness (Representatives of parents)   Member 9380677116 mano@mailinator.com
6. Ms. Deepthi.H Student ( Representative of Student)   Member 8667662384 deepthi@csice.edu.in
7. Ms. Sunddara Moorthy Student ( Representative of Student)   Member 9688231416 sundarooty@gmail.com
8. Mr. Solomon.J Representatives Non-Teaching Lab Assistant Member 6379552756 slmnsol83@gmail.com
9. Dr. Sundarajan Associate Professor HOD Member 9486928965 sundresdr@yahoo.co.in
10. Mr. Sam Chelladurai.S HOD Manufacturing Engineering Member 9585551002 sam@csice.edu.in
11. Mr.Prasath Assistant Professor CSE Member 9943459632 prasathcse@csice.edu.in
12. Dr.Faizur Rahaman.A Associate Professor Mechanical Member 9500247883 faizur@csice.edu.in
13. Mr.Billdass Santhosam.I Assistant Professor   Member 9677949918 bill@gmail.com
14. Dr. Ponmani.A Assistant Professor Maths Member 9750325828 ponmonirpj@gmail.com
15. Mr. Kumar Non-Teaching Faculty(Lab Assistant)   Member 9443604761 kumarcsice@mailinator.com

The complaint management mechanism is carried out in three levels in the institution

  • The departmental level grievances are attended by the concerned class Coordinators, Counsellors and Department Heads.
  • The student coordinators and staff coordinators of grievance redressal cell act as facilitators to communicate and sort out the grievances at the department level.
  • Unresolved grievances at the departmental level are referred to the Grievance Redressal Cell of the institution.

ISTE

The Indian Society for Technical Education (ISTE) is the leading National Professional non-profit making Society for the Technical Education System in our country with the motto of Career Development of Teachers and Personality Development of Students and overall development of our Technical Education System. Being the only national organisation of educators in the field of Engineering and Technology, ISTE effectively contributes in various missions of the Union Government. The strength of ISTE is the strong base it has in technical education institutions in the country. At present, the ISTE has a very large and an effective membership base consisting of 124024 Life Members, 5 lakh Student members, 2734 Institutional Members, 1369 Faculty Chapters, 1479 Student Chapters at institutional level and 17 Sections at State level.

The major objective of the ISTE is to provide quality training programmes to teachers and administrators of technical institutions to update their knowledge and skills in their fields of activity and to assist and contribute in the production and development of top quality professional engineers and technicians needed by the industry and other organisations.

The major objective of the ISTE are

  • providing quality training programmes to teachers and administrators of technical institutions to update their knowledge and skills in their fields of activity.
  • To assist and contribute in the production and development of top quality professional engineers and technicians needed by the industry and other organisations.
  • providing guidance and training to students to develop better learning skills and personality.
  • All the staff members of our college are life time member of ISTE ,contributing in the well being of the institution & providing quality based education to the students.

IEI

The Institution of Engineers (India) is a pioneer body to introduce, starting from 1928, continuing engineering education programme, successful completion of which is recognized as equivalent to a degree in engineering by the Government of India, the Union Public Service Commission, the State Governments and many Public / Private Sector organizations in the country.

This college motivates all the staff & students to get benefited from this program. Many has completed this program and are honoured by the institution.

CSI CHAPTER

Computer Society of India is the first and largest body of computer professionals in India. The Computer Society of India is a non-profit professional meet to exchange views and information learn and share ideas.

The Society also encourages and assists professionals to maintain integrity and competence of the profession and fosters a sense of partnership amongst members. Besides the activities held at the Chapters and Student Branches, the Society also conducts periodic conferences, seminars. Based on the government has laid emphasis on development of start-up ecosystem as one of his corner stone for the development of youth and entrepreneurship in India. CSI has an Educational Directorate which undertakes activities related to certification of professionals related to the latest technologies. Our college trains the school teachers & Government officials based on the latest technologies available In information and technology by organizing hands on training programs to become successful managers.

PRAYER CELL

Our college has a Prayer Cell to support the spiritual needs of the students. Regular prayer and worship are conducted where the students who are willing can freely participate and enrich the relationship with God. The students are also allowed to lead a few sessions where they are motivated to become leaders.

Frequent outreach programs are also organized by the prayer cell. The students are taken to old-age homes, orphanages and also to camp sites to make them experience the different aspects of life.

PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT CELL

OBJECTIVE
“To promote knowledge based and technology-driven start-ups by harnessing young minds and their innovation potential in an academic environment”

FUNCTIONS OF PDC

  • To motivate, support and mentor students for identification, development and commercialization of their innovative ideas.
  • To initiate targeted number of innovative student projects each year for new product development.
  • To organize Business Plan Competitions / Innovation Camps / Hackathons with active involvement of industry and alumni.
  • To guide and assist prospective entrepreneurs on various aspects such as preparing project reports, obtaining project approvals, loans and facilities from agencies of support system, information on technologies, etc.
  • To facilitate creation of Entrepreneur's Club / E-Cells in the college to foster culture of entrepreneurship amongst students.

PRODUCT DESIGN CLUB

Goal

The goal of the Programme is to train students and make them to raise engineers and researchers with technical expertise on par with international standards professional attitudes and ethical values with the ability to apply acquired knowledge to have a productive career and empower technically to serve humanity.

The Context

The primary role of education is to expose students to a variety of industrial and engineering, technologies that improve their understanding of the industrial and engineered world. Moreover, students learn both project management and design principles, most courses are project based with students realizing a solution to a design or engineering challenge. The program aims to impart variety of industrial and engineering technologies including design and technology, engineering studies and industrial technology to help the students to acquire technical skills and help them to remove the fear to involved in modern competative corparate world. These activities will be conducted through the Product Design Club.

The Practice

The Practice makes room for a group of teachers to voluntarily conduct classes and provide training to students and equip them with a set of technical-skills necessary to compete their project and finally the faculties help them to make it as a product. Teachers from the varios department have designed the program for concern programme, and the programme will be held with the help of all faculties and they put special efforts without remuneration besides the regular work. No fee is collected from the students for the purpose.

The Club identifies a group of students through a simple practical test. The list of selected students is notified and initially an Orientation Programme is conducted for the students. They are made aware of the importance of the technical skill acquisition and the necessity of the club.

Practical classes and reviews are conducted for those students besides the college hours and weekend days Students are provided with the all apparatus required for their project get trained in very efficient and effective manner with help of supporting staffs.

Evidence of Success

The impact of the programme is immense. The confidence among the students of the Club is worth mentioning. A large number of students intend to join the programme and want to get the benefit of this and make them to empowering their mind with technical knowledge and creative and productive thoughts.

STUDENT NAME B. Naveen Kumar , Samuel Stanley , Sibi , Anu Kumari , Jenifer Kezia
DEPT EEE
PROJECT TITLETrack Manager for Visually Impaired Android Mobile Application
SECURE PLACECM’s award for excellence in e – Governance on 4.11.2015 Recevied 10,000/- Cash & Won first Prize
STUDENT NAME Justina. X , Niveda. R , Preethi Diana. M , Seba Sam
DEPT ECE
PROJECT TITLE Sustainable Electricity for greater Bio- diversity
AWARD District Level Skill Summit- 2017 on 3.10.2017
SECURE PLACE Won First Prize
STUDENT NAME Arun Deep , Gopal Gowri , Shanker , Lindo
DEPT EEE
PROJECT TITLE Smart Robot using Rasberry pi adnan arif sait
AWARD District Level Skill Summit- 2017 on 3.10.2017
SECURE PLACE
STUDENT NAME Lokesh Kumar , Ramajeya Moorthy , Rahul Krishna , Rudrathan , Lawrence
DEPT Mechanical
PROJECT TITLE Verstile Metal Bending Mechaine
AWARD District Level Skill Summit- 2017 on 3.10.2017
SECURE PLACE Won Third Prize
STUDENT NAME Abel. K , Joel. R , Prabu. S , Mohemmed Ibram
DEPT EEE
PROJECT TITLE Solar Powered RFID Based on Tracking System
AWARD District Level Skill Summit- 2017 on 3.10.2017
SECURE PLACE Won Second Pirze
STUDENT NAME Sarath Kumar , Sai dharshan
DEPT CSE
PROJECT TITLE Emergency Response and Know Agro
AWARD District Level Skill Summit- 2017
SECURE PLACE Won Second Prize

Product Club Cordinator :

  • Prof. I. Bildass Santhosam AP – ECE

Faculty Members:

  • Monoj AP – MECHANICAL
  • Daniel Stuart AP – EEE
  • Salvator AP – Civil
  • Martin AP – CSE
  • Kumaran AP – IT

Student Members:

  • Jenifer Kezia - EEE
  • X - ECE
  • Rahul Krishna – MECH
  • Nithin Sharma – MECH
  • Sarath Kumar – CSE
  • Teena – IT

REB RIBBON CLUB

Red Ribbon club was started to inculcate the helping attitude among the students. Medical service is a noble service. Students should be engaged in medical service. In continuation to this context, we focus on spreading awareness of HIV Aids among the public. Blood donation camps are organized in frequent schedules, for the noble cause.

NATIONAL CADET CORPS (NCC)

The National Cadet Corps (NCC) is a voluntary organization engaged in grooming the youth of our country into disciplined and patriotic citizens. Our journey started in the year 2002 by Maj. Dr. V. Prakash, our former faculty during the period of our former Principal Dr. S. J. Jeya Paulen. Our NCC Unit consists of 100 Cadets, 50 boys and 50 girls respectively.

As part of the NCC training our Cadets have participated in firing, drill, Republic Day Parade, Independence Day Parade, awareness programs held in and around the Nilgiri District. Every year our cadets take part in combined annual training camps in selected places like the Nilgiris and Coimbatore.

Our unit conducts All India Girls Trekking program in our college every year in the month of May where girls, across India come to participate in this program. The girls are taken to different places every year in and around the district.

Our NCC Cadets namely Mr. Krishnamoorthy, Mr. Nithin Thomas, Mrs. Reshma, Mr. Swamy has joined the Indian Army & Mr. Swamy(2014) and Ms Poorna Harshini(2017) has participated in RDC parade at Delhi respectively.

At Present our College NCC unit is headed by Prof. J.Dominic Xavier (HOD/CHEMISTRY ) under the guidance of 31 (TN) INDEP COY NCC, OOTY.

NCC works for the overall betterment of the youth so that their energy can be utilised towards the development of the individual and the society.

National Service Scheme

“The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service for others”

The National Service Scheme (NSS) unit was inaugurated in the year 1999. Our NSS team mainly focuses on the welfare of the tribal people at our District by organizing many activities. The NSS unit of the institution consists of 100 socially responsible students with a deep spirit of service mind and participates in all the activities of the programme. The NSS unit functions effectively on the cleanliness of the campus; creates awareness among the students and the public by conducting regular blood donation camps and free eye camps. To promote the green environment the NSS unit has planted many tree saplings in different villages in and around the Nilgiris. Other programmes organized by the unit are FIRST-AID awareness, AIDS awareness, DISASTER MANAGEMENT, TUBERCULOSIS(TB) awareness and FRIENDS of POLICE. With the pedestal support from the management, special camps are conducted in adopted villages like Kallar, Masinagudi, Nedugalcambai, Thangadu, Nanjanadu, Thummanatty and Thuthurmattam. The NSS unit has been awarded “The Best Institute” for maximum number of blood donors and “The Best NSS Programme Officer” (Mr. Pradab, Asst. Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering).

Rotaract Club

It is a service, leadership, professional and community service organisation for young men and women between the ages 18 to 30. Clubs around the world also take part in international service projects, in a global effort to bring peace and international understanding to the world.

Alumni

Alumni association in our college was started to organize social, and educational networks locally, regionally and through international groupings. The prime agenda is to encourage an association among  current students and faculty with the alumni who have lost touch with the institution. Our Alumni group has extended their support monetarily and in the learning process and we appreciate the love and support with thanks.

Eco Green Club

Goal

The goal of the club is to develop an awareness and encourage to build an interest in the natural environment among its student community through meetings, talks, workshops, study groups. Promote the establishment and maintenance of natural areas and nature reserves, conserve and protect species, communities and other natural features of interest, by study, investigation.

The Context

The primary role of the club is to educate the awareness and importance of nature to the student’s community and you get the answers for the following questions through this club.

  • What is a nature study club?
  • How often does a nature club meet?
  • Where does a nature club meet?
  • What does a nature club do?
  • Where do activity ideas come from?
  • Who teaches during club time?
  • How long should one nature club meeting last?

The program aims to motivate the student community to participate in the Nature club and to bring natural items, stories, and artwork for Show & Tell. The goal of Nature Club is to encourage the student community to get outside and find new opportunities to experience nature. We hope to inspire our community to appreciate, understand, and value wildlife and wild places.

The Practice

The club members meet often on regular scheduled intervals without affecting the academic schedules. Observe and enjoy nature, of course! This can take a gazillion different forms. Our nature club organizes scavenger hunts, tweezer treks and simple walks, dissection and observing flowers, painting scenery have made our days memorable. Activities including food chain games, filling out nature note booking pages, and splashed in creeks always adds colours to initiatives. There is no end to the ideas.

The Club identifies a group of students based on their interest in nature and environmental science. These students are gathered for an Orientation Programme, to create awareness of the importance of the environment sciences.

Evidence of Success

The impact of the programme is immense. The confidence among the students of the Club is worth mentioning. A large number of students wish to join the programme would like to benefit and empower their mind with network knowledge, creativity and productive thoughts.

Women’s Empowerment Cell

The college has established a women empowerment cell in the college campus to empower and safeguard the rights of the female members, faculty, staff and the students of the college. It works to promote gender sensitivity in the college and conduct diverse programmes to educate; sensitize both male and female member and produce harmonious atmosphere on the campus. It works for the welfare of the students and the faculty towards preparing them into competent professionals to take up greater challenges in the academic sphere.