The management and staff have set a vision to make it a world-renowned premier technical institution providing quality education, congenial environment, contemporary research & development and training facilities. To play a vital role in the industrial development and economic growth of the Nation through the supply of quality-fit-in and trained graduates & post graduates and through applied research.
|College Name:||RMK Engineering College|
|Affiliated To:||Anna University|
|Address:||RMK ENGINEERING COLLEGE|
RSM Nagar, Kavaraipettai, Gummidipoondi Taluk, Tiruvallur District, Tamil Nadu, India
|Phone:||044 – 27925102 / 338 / 339 Fax : 044 – 27925193|
|Email:||email@example.com / firstname.lastname@example.org|
Mode of Admission: AIEEE & State Entrance Exam for UG courses, GATE for MTech
Streams at Graduate Level
|Electrical and Electronics Engineering|
|Electronics and Communication Engineering|
|Computer Science and Engineering|
|Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering 60|
B.Tech Degree Course
Post graduate Degree Course
|M.C.A – Master of Computer Applications|
|M.E – Computer Science and Engineering|
|M.E- VLSI Design|
|M.E- Applied Electronics|
|M.E- Product Design and Development|
|M.E- Power Electronics and Drives|
|MBA- Master of Business Administration|
Fee structure for various courses:
2003 – 07
2004 – 08
2005 – 09
2006 – 10
2007 – 11
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Campus: The management and staff have set a vision to make it a world-renowned premier technical institution providing quality education, congenial environment, contemporary research & development and training facilities. To play a vital role in the industrial development and economic growth of the Nation through the supply of quality-fit-in and trained graduates & post graduates and through applied research.
To be an internationally renowned premier technical institution.
To strive for quality and excellence in all its endeavors.
To provide quality academic and research environment.
To interact with business, industry and research organizations.
To have collaborative activities with leaders in research areas.
To have collaboration with world renowned research and academic organizations.
To contribute to the cause of education and training in rural areas, adjoining the college as a commitment to societal needs.
To attain the status of Autonomy / Deemed-to-be University, for effective functioning
Central library: The college has a Library and Information Centre facilitating the students with access to the latest developments in Systems, Technology and International Standard Resources. The ultra modern library is located in Swaminatha Naidu Block, Professional librarians are available to help the students and staff with their information needs.
Housed in an area of 900sq.m, the central library has 42059 volume of books in 12768 titles. Moreover the library subscribes to 67 National and 140 International journals. The library and information center have separate reading and reference sections to serve the undergraduate and postgraduate students. The college library has e-granary digital solutions with the help of University of IOWA. The college also subscribes online journals of IEEE, ASME and ASCE. DELNET facility has been available in the library.
Hostel: The college has comprehensive hostel facilities for the students. Exclusively, three blocks are provided for men, accommodating more than 1000 students. The Boys’ Hostel-I of 3020 sq.m has 96 rooms spread over three floors and accommodates about 320 students of second year. The Boys’ Hostel-II of 2810 sq.m has 72 rooms and accommodates 200 students of third and final year of B.E/ B.TECH and MCA.The Boys’ Hostel-III of 3000 sq.m has 96 rooms spread over three floors and accommodates about 250 students of first year. The boys hostel has separate library, reading room, shuttle courts and a shop to facilitate the students. The hostel blocks also have STD facility. The college has separate hostel for women. Exclusively, three blocks for women, in all accommodating more than 400 students are provided. The Girls’ Hostel-I of 1330 sq.m. has 36 rooms and accommodates 120 students. The Girls Hostel-II of 900 sq.m has about 20 rooms and accommodates 120 students. A separate dining hall covering 200 sq.m, to accommodate 100 students at a time, is also available in this block.The Girls’ Hostel-III of 2800 sq.m. has m ore than 50 rooms with a study hall. The girls hostel has Shuttle courts, Table tennis and a shop to facilitate the students. The hostel blocks also have STD facility