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1. Approval Informations
AICTE File No. : Southern / 1-3512382743 / 2018/ EOA
Date & Period of Last approval : 10.04.2018 & 2018-2019
2. Institution Details
Address of the Institution : Perundurai Road, Thindal, Erode, Tamil Nadu.
City & Pin code : Erode - 638012
State/UT : Tamil Nadu
Phone number with STD code : 0424 – 2244201 – 206
Fax number with STD code : 0424 – 2244205
Office hours at the Institution : 8.45 A.M. to 5.00 P.M.
Academic hours at the Institution : 8.50 A.M. to 4.45 P.M.
Email :
Website :
Nearest Railway Station (dist in Km) : Erode Junction; 8 KM
Nearest Airport (dist in Km) : Coimbatore ; 90 KM
3. Type of Institution
Type of Institution : Private-Self Financed
Category (1) of the Institution : Non Minority
Category (2) of the Institution : Co-Ed
4. Name of the organization running the Institution
Name of the organization running the Institution : Vellalar Educational Trust
Type of the organization : Trust registered under societies act
Address of the organization : Perundurai Road, Thindal, Erode, Tamil Nadu. 638 012
Registered with : Sub Registrar , Erode
Website of the Organization :
5. Name of the Affiliating University
Name of the affiliating University : Anna University, Chennai
Address : Guindy, Chennai – 600 025.
Website :
Latest affiliation period : 2018 - 2019
6. Name of Principal / Director
Name of Principal / Director : Dr. M. JAYARAMAN
Exact Designation : Principal
Phone number with STD code : 0424 – 2244202
FAX number with STD code : 0424 – 2244205
Email :
Highest Degree : Ph. D.
Field of specialization : Mechanical Engineering
7. Governing Board Members
S.No Name and Designation Category
1 Thiru. S.D. Chandrasekar,B.A.,
Vellalar Educational Trust, Erode – 12.
2 Thiru. S.S. Kandasamy,
Vellalar Educational Trust,Erode – 12.
3 Thiru. P.K.P. Arun, B.Arch.,
Vellalar Educational Trust, Erode – 12
4 Thiru. K.C. Rathinasamy, B.Sc.,
Vice President,
Vellalar Educational Trust, Erode – 12.
5 Thiru. K. Kulasekaran, B.E.
Executive Member,
Vellalar Educational Trust, Erode – 12.
6 Tmt. SubbulakshmiThangarasu
Executive Member,
Vellalar Educational Trust, Erode – 12.
7 Dr.(Ms.)Manju Chhugani,
Jamia Hamdard, New Delhi
UGC Nominee
8 The Regional Officer,
AICTE Southern Regional Office,
Chennai – 600 006.
AICTE Regional Officer
9 AICTE Nominee
Southern Regional Office,
Chennai – 600 006
Nominated by AICTE
10 Dr. S. Ganesan,
Registrar, Anna University,
Chennai – 600 025.
Nominated by Anna University
11 The Commissioner of Technical Education
Directorate of Technical Education,
Guindy, Chennai – 25
Commissioner of Technical Education
12 Dr. R. Vijayan
Associate Professor of Mech. Engg,
Government college of Engg, Salem – 11.
Nominated by State Government
13 Prof. P. Jayachandar, M.E.
Dean – Student Affairs
Velalar College of Engineering and Technology, Erode –12.
Senior Faculty
14 Dr.K.R.Valluvan, B.Sc.,B.Tech.DIISc,M.E.,Ph.D.
Prof. & Controller of Examinations,
Velalar College of Engineering and Technology, Erode –12.
Senior Faculty
15 Dr. M. Jayaraman, M.E.,Ph.D. Principal,
Velalar College of Engineering Technology, Erode –12.
Principal & Member Secretary
8. Academic Council Members
1 Chairman Principal Dr. M.Jayaraman
2 Deans and Heads of the Departments 1. Dean ( Academics) Prof. L. Peter Stanley Bebington
3 2. Dean (Student Affairs) Prof. P. Jayachandar
4 3. HOD – BME Dr. S. Mangai
5 4. HOD – CIVIL Dr.E. Ravi
6 5. HOD – CSE Dr.V. Lathajothi
7 6. HOD – ECE Dr. K.Venkatachalam
8 7. HOD – EEE Dr. P. Sakthivel
9 8. HOD – MECH Dr. R. Kumaravelan
10 9. HOD – IT Dr. S. Jabeen Begum
11 10. HOD – Medical Electronics Dr.V.Chandrasekar
12 11. HOD – Science & Humanities Dr. M.Eswaramurthy
13 12. HOD – Physics Dr. Deepa Jananakumar
14 13. HOD – Chemistry Dr. N. Krishnaveni
15 14. HOD – English Dr. S.Hemalatha
16 15. HOD – Management Studies Dr. T.Vetrivel
17 16. HOD – Computer Applications Dr. P. Navaneetham
18 17. Controller of Examinations Dr. K.R. Valluvan
19 Two Teachers of the
1. Professor – Mechanical Dr. S.Velumani
20 2. Associate Professor – IT Dr.V.K. Manavalasundaram
21 Experts nominated by Governing Council Professor,
Coimbatore Institute of Technology
Dr. R.Sivasubramanian,
22 Associate Professor
PSG College of Technology,
23 Vice President,
Wipro Technologies,
24 Executive Director
Vellalar Educational Trust,
25 Three nominees of the Anna University, Chennai Professor,
Department of Printing Technology,
Anna University, Chennai-25.
Dr.K.Senthil Vadivu
26 Professor,
Department of Industrial Engineering,
Anna University, Chennai-25.
27 Professor,
Crystal Growth Centre,
Anna University, Chennai-600 025.
28 Member Secretary/ Academic Council (Nominated by the Principal) Associate Professor – IT Dr.V.K.Manavalasundaram
9. Executive Component :

Organization Chart and Process

Name Responsibilities
Dr. M.Jayaraman Principal
Prof. L. Peter Stanley Bebington Dean (Academic)
Prof. P. Jayachandar Dean (Student Affairs)
Mr.P.N.Karthick Training and placement cell
Dr .K.R.Valluvan COE, Quality Management System Coordinator
Dr. R. Kumaravelan Coordinator – IQAC Quality Management System Coordinator & Myklassroom Coordinator
Dr.S.Mangai HOD (BME), Time-table coordinator
Dr .K.R.Valluvan COE, Quality Management System Coordinator
Dr.P.Sakthivel HOD (EEE), Power house In-charge
Dr.S.Jabeen Begum HOD (IT), ISTE VCET chapter secretary
Dr. T. Vetrivel HOD (MBA), MMA-VCET Coordinator
Dr.P.Navaneetham HOD (MCA), Website maintenance, Magazine & Newsletter Editor in-chief
Mr.N.Balachandran Alumni Association In-charge
Mr.S.Logesh Kumar Asst.Prof. (Sr.Gr.)/Department of Management Studies &Entrepreneurship Development cell – Coordinator
Mr.S.Karthikeyan Network administrator
Dr.V.K.Manavalasundaram Assoc.Prof./CSE, Deputy COE & Internet in-charge
Dr.K.R.Ananth Professor/MCA, Assistant COE(Academic)
Mr.S.Vivekanandan Asst. Prof./MCA, Assistant COE(Systems)
Mr.M.Govindarajan Assoc.Prof. /MCA &VCET exam cell in-charge
Dr.V.Chandrasekar Prof./ECE & Research Council Coordinator
Mr.D.Sakthivel Estate maintenance Officer
Mr.R.Prabhu Assoc.Prof. /BME &Industry Institute Partnership Cell- Coordinator
Mr.S.Hari Prasad Asst.Prof.(Sr.Gr)/EEE & Human Resource Development Cell.
Dr.M.Sreedhar prof./EEE & Higher Education Cell
Dr.N.Jayashanthi Prof./BME & Women Empowerment Cell
Ms.M.Aruna Assoc. Prof./MCA FOSSEE(Free Open Source Software for Education) Coordinator
Dr.S.Sadesh Asst. Prof.(Sl.Gr.)/CSE-NPTEL Coordinator
Dr.N.Thangaraj Assoc.Prof./Physics-National Cadet Corps.

Functions of key Administrative positions

  • Governing Council:
  • Frame Directive principles and policies.
  • Amend and approve policies from time to time.
  • Approve Budgets.
  • Chairman/Secretary:
  • To look after the overall development of institute.
  • Mobilize external resources to strengthen the institute.
  • Plan and provide for necessary facilities/equipment for development.
  • Instill confidence and devotion in every member of the institute.
  • Principal:
  • Design and define organization structure.
  • Define and delegate responsibilities of various position in the organization.
  • Ensure periodic monitoring and evaluation of various processes.
  • Ensure effective purchase procedure.
  • Define quality policy and objectives.
  • Prepare annual budget.
  • Employer recruitment process.
  • Initiate supplementary teaching measures.
  • Compliance with AICTE and University.
  • Dean (Academic):
  • NBA documentation
  • Arranging remedial classes for weaker students.
  • Bridge course for freshers
  • Managing the alumni affairs.
  • Monitoring of lectures and practicals.
  • Student academic counseling.
  • Collective attendance of students.
  • Master time-table.
  • Conduction of internal tests.
  • Student's feedback.
  • Managing alumni survey, employer survey and exit survey.
  • Institute website management.
  • Staff selection.
  • Dean (Student Affairs):
  • Housekeeping including hostels.
  • Maintaining a ragging free campus.
  • To ensure discipline in and outside the institute.
  • Organizing students counseling and other related activities.
  • Liaison with parents/guardians about their progress and problems in consultation with Dean (Academic)
  • Staff selection.
  • Training and Placement Officer:
  • Liaison with industries.
  • Identify and provide for training needs of students.
  • Arrange campus interviews.
  • Proposing annual T & P budget .
  • Facilitate carrier guidance to students.
  • R&D Coordinator:
  • Admission (Ph.D.) & course work registration.
  • Various faculty and staff development programmes for qualification upgradation.
  • To monitor the effective utilization of funds of externally funding projects.
  • Shall maintain and update record of research publications.
  • To ensure sponsoring of faculties for attending conferences/ seminars/ workshops as per the institute norms.
  • Head of the departments:
  • Plan and ensure academic activities of the department.
  • Maintain disciplines and culture in the department.
  • Maintain the department neat and clean.
  • Pick and promote strengthens of students/ faculty/staff
  • Propose department budget
  • Maintain records of departmental activities and achievement
  • VCET has a perfect decentralization of activities and delegation of authorities which has proven itself to be a key concept in the success achieved by the institute on different counts.
    Involvement of each and everyone in the decision-making and the transparency associated therein also form the important features of the work culture.
    The institute functions with perfect decentralized administration as depicted in figure that has complete transparency in the decision making process.

    10. Student Feedback on Institutional Governance/faculty performance

    A student feedback mechanism is available in the institution. Once in a semester, the students provide the feedback of staff in the prescribed format.

    11. Grievance redressal mechanism for faculty, staff and students
  • System for Redressal of grievances of faculty, staff and students
  • The management of the college follows an open system of administration and grievances from staff and students are given the utmost attention.
  • Complaints and suggestion boxes are kept at a number of places in the campus and also in the hostels.
  • The suggestions and complaints are carefully looked into and remedial measures undertaken. Responses are also publicized through notice boards.
  • In case of indiscipline, a committee appointed by the principal enquires into the matter by calling witnesses and recommendations are made about the action to be taken by the management.
  • Grievances regarding the staff in terms of salary, promotions etc., are carefully looked into by the HR department in consultation with the Principal and remedial measures taken.
  • Class Committee meetings are held in which grievances of students are taken note of and remedial measures taken.
  • A student welfare officer looks into the welfare of the students and advises the management for necessary action.
  • 14. Admission Quota
    Admission Quota : Engineering & Technology
    Entrance Test/ Admission Criteria : No Entrance Test in Tamil Nadu.
    Admission based on the marks obtained in +2 Examinations
    (Physics + Chemistry + Mathematics)
    Lowest cutoff marks in Previous year : Click here
    Fees in rupees : Accredited Courses Rs. 45,000/-
    Non Accredited Courses Rs. 40,000/-
    Number of Fee Waivers offered :
    Year No. of Students
    2017-18 24
    Admission Calendar : June to May
    PIO Quota : YES
    Admission Quota : Master of Business Administration
    Entrance Test/ Admission Criteria : A pass in any Bachelor’s Degree (3 Years) from a recognized university Admission based on TANCET Entrance Score
    Fees in rupees : Rs. 25,000/- per semester
    Number of Fee Waivers offered : Not Applicable
    Admission Calendar : May to June
    PIO Quota : YES
    Admission Quota : Master of Computer Applications
    Entrance Test/ Admission Criteria : Admission based on TANCET Entrance test and Maths subject in +2 or any degree
    Fees in rupees : Rs. 25,000/- per semester
    Number of Fee Waivers offered : Not Applicable
    Admission Calendar : May to June
    PIO Quota : YES

    Information about programmes offered at VCET

    Name of the Department Name of the programs being offered Year of start Intake Increase in intake if any Year of increase AICTE Approval NBA Accreditation Status*
    Biomedical Engineering B.E-BME 2005 60 60 2014 YES Granted provisional accreditation for 3 years w.e.f (1/7/15 to – 30/6/18)
    Computer Science and Engineering B.E – CSE 2001 60 30 2006 YES
    2007 YES
    M.E - CSE 2006 18 6 2014 YES
    Electronics and Communication Engineering ECE 2001 60 30 2006 YES
    30 2008 YES
    60 2016 YES
    Applied Electronics 2011 18 6 2014 YES
    VLSI DESIGN 2011 18 - - YES
    Electrical and Electronics Engineering B.E-EEE 2001 60 60 2011 YES
    M.E -Embedded System Technologies 2006 18 - - YES
    Mechanical Engineering MECH 2012 60 60 2014 YES ---
    Civil Engineering CIVIL 2012 60 --- --- --- ---
    Master of Business Administration MBA 2005 60 -- -- -- --
    Master of Computer Applications MCA 2006 60 -- -- -- --
    15. Infrastructural Information
  • Class Room
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Electrical and Electronics Engineering
  • Electronics and Communication Engineering
  • Computer Science and Engineering Information Technology
  • Civil Engineering
  • Fashion Technology
  • Master of Business Administration and Master of Computer Applications
  • First Year
  • Library
  • Auditorium
  • Seminar & Conference Halls
  • Sports Facility
  • Buildings
  • Hostel
  • Medical Facility
  • Placement Training
  • Satellite Live Lecture
  • Cafeteria
  • Transport Facility
  • Academic Facility
  • Wi-fi Facility
  • 16. Academic Sessions
    Academic Sessions Engineering & Technology
    Examination System, Year /Semester Semester Pattern @ Two semesters per year
    Period of declaration of results within 1 – 2 months after closure of examinations
    Academic Sessions Master of Business Administration
    Examination System, Year /Semester Trimester Pattern @ Three semesters per year
    Period of declaration of results within 1 – 2 months after closure of examinations
    Academic Sessions Master of Computer Applications
    Examination System, Year /Semester Semester Pattern @ Two semesters per year
    Period of declaration of results within 1 – 2 months after closure of examinations
    17. Counselling / Monitoring
    Counseling / Monitoring Regular Counseling for students by Class advisors and mentors once every week
    Career Counseling Done during faculty advising regularly and also by department Placement coordinators
    Medical facilities A Medical Room is provided in the Institute and Hostel equipped with a doctor & team. In addition to that we have tie up with hospitals at Erode
    Student Insurance All Students are covered under Insurance Scheme with National Insurance.
    Sum assured Rs. 1,00,000/- for the parent of the student who pays fees for the student Rs. 10,000/- for Hospitalization and Medical Expense.
    18. Students Activity Bodies

    Hostel Details

    Hostels No. of Rooms No. of Students Accommodated
    Hostel For Boys: 41 199
    Hostel For Girls: 106 399

    Library Details

  • Our institute Library is the main source of knowledge, which is an integral and important part of our institute for higher learning.
  • The central library is housed in a four-storied building located on the eastern side of the main building. The total area of the library is 1197.86 sq.m. It is well equipped with reference books, textbooks, journals, magazines and newspapers etc.
  • All the books are bar-coded and bar-code laser scanners are used at the circulation counter for book transactions. All books are classified according to D.D.C Scheme. Seating capacity of the library is 300.
  • The Library provides Online Public Access Catalogue (OPAC) service to its users in addition to the other usual services and photocopying and printing facilities.
  • A CCTV surveillance system with 17 cameras is functioning in the library.
  • 34 terminals with headphones and mikes are available in the Digital Library section with internet access facility to facilitate access to the DELNET, NPTEL, e_books and IEEE ASPP online resources.
  • The library has a wireless access point to enable faculty and students to browse the Net inside the library premise.
  • The library aims to stock all the books and periodicals that the students and staff members are expected to read and enrich their knowledge.
  • Our institute is a member in National Digital Library and our faculty members and students have registered in NDL.
  • List of e-journal packages

    Sl. No. Name of the e-Journal publisher Name of the relevant courses
    1. EEE ASPP Online 179 Journals with back files for 2005 Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Telecommunications and related disciplines.

    Library Committee

    Name Designation Position
    Dr.M.Jayaraman Principal Chairman
    Mr. A. Chinnaraj Librarian Convener
    Mr. C. Suresh Asst. Librarian Member
    Mr. K. Shanmugasundaram Asst. Librarian Member
    Prof. L. Peter Stanley Bebington Dean (Academic) Member
    Dr. S. Mangai HOD / BME Member
    Dr. S. Jabeen Begum HOD / IT Member
    Dr.K.Venkatachalam HOD / ECE Member
    Dr. P.Sakthivel HOD / EEE Member
    Dr.V.Lathajothi HOD / CSE Member
    Dr.P.Navaneetham HOD / MCA Member
    Dr. T. Vetrivel HOD / MBA Member
    Dr. E. Ravi HOD / CIVIL Member
    Dr. R. Kumaravelan HOD / MECHANICAL Member
  • To review and make recommendations for the purchase of books and journals.
  • To review the performance of the library in supporting and assisting scholarly activities.
  • To monitor technical developments (such as automation or computerization) for the library.
  • To consult with and to advise appropriately on library budget matters.
  • To receive recommendations from Departments and Deans for upgradation of the library resources.
  • Placement and Training

    The Placement and Training Cell of VCET is provided with a well-equipped training facility and separate, well-furnished rooms for interviews and counselling. The main objective is to organize campus interviews for final year students with industries and business houses of repute from all over India and to prepare students to face campus.

    The Placement and Training Cell understands the career objectives of students keeping in mind the current trends in the competitive world. In this respect its mission is to impart multiple skills to students by organizing various skill development and career counselling programmes and workshops.

    The Placement and Training Cell Organizes various of training program for the students with the help of in house experts and experts drawn from professional agencies. The activities are proved exceptionally useful in shaping the career of the student. The Staff members of the placement Cell together as a team in determining the students to the requirements of various industries. Several Career guidance program, reasoning tests, aptitude tests, Puzzle Solving, Group Discussions, Mock Interviews, Brain Storming Sessions, Core Discussion, Pick and Speak, Communication Skills and sharing their experiences etc., are organized on regular basis in order to motivate and develop the personality of the students.

    Training activities are organized throughout the year in an effort towards preparing the prospective students for the campus selection programmes.

    Training and Placement Committee

    Name Designation Position
    Mr. P. N. Karthik Placement Officer Member Secretary
    Mr.P.Karthikeyan Assistant Placement Officer Member
    Mr.A.C.Senthil Kumar Placement Trainer Member
    Ms. M. Sudha Placement Trainer Member
    Ms.T.Nithya Asst.Prof.(Sl.Gr) / IT Member
    Mr. N. Karthikeyan Asst. Prof.(Sr.Gr.) / ECE Member
    Mr.R.Prabu Asst. Prof.(Sl.Gr.) / BME Member
    Mr. K.Vanchinathan Asst. Prof.(Sr.Gr.) / EEE Member
    Mr.P.Sukumar Asst. Prof / CSE Member
    Mr. P. Vijaykumar Asso. Prof. (Sl.Gr.)/ MCA Member
    Mr. M.Madhukrishnan Asst.Prof. / MBA Member
    Mr.M.Arjunraj Asst.Prof. / MECHANICAL Member
    Mr. C.Karthik Asst. Prof.(Sl.Gr.) / CIVIL Member
  • The committee shall organize campus placement & training programmes for various companies with the coordination of the TPO.
  • Off campus placement also organized based on companies preference.
  • The Training and Placement committee arranges career guidance programmes (CGP), soft skills programmes, personality development programmes through external experts. Such programmes are arranged for the students to develop their communication skills and to build their self-confidence. Also trainings in aptitude and in C, C++ language are arranged to improve their technical knowledge. Before the campus interviews, mock interviews are conducted to enhance the skills of the students and to motivate them in order to enable them to face the interviews successfully. The pre-final year students are also trained with the help of expertise of final year students (already placed).
  • MOUs have been signed with reputed companies for soft skills, guest lectures, industrial visits, project guidance and recruitments.
  • Planning and Monitoring Board

    S.No Name Position Chairman / Member Category Present Professional position/ Occupation
    1 Dr.M.Jayaraman Chairman Principal of the college Principal
    2 Prof. P.Jayachandar Member Senior faculty member of the college Assoc. Prof. / ECE & Dean (Student Affairs)
    3 Prof. L.Peter Stanley Bebington Member Senior faculty member of the college Prof. / ECE & Dean (Academics)
    4 Dr.R.Sivasubramaniam Member Senior faculty member from university / other college Prof. / Mechanical
    5 Mr.M.Chinnasamy Member Industry expert in the field of engineering and technology Business Agni Steel Industry, Erode.
    6 Mr.C.Devarajan Member Senior faculty member from university / other college URC Construction 119,Power House Road ,Erode.
    7 Ms.Karunambiga Kumar Member Architect / Civil Engineer Reg. Architect, No.1, J.J.Avenue Karur,Bypass Road, Erode-12.
  • The college shall have a duly constituted Planning and Monitoring Board asprescribed in the Regulations to formulate long term and short-term developmentprogrammes for the college to achieve academic excellence in tune with the policiesof the University.
  • The college shall have a duly constituted Planning and Monitoring Board asprescribed in the Regulations to formulate long term and short-term developmentprogrammes for the college to achieve academic excellence in tune with the policiesof the University.
  • The college shall have a 'Training and Placement Cell' to take care of training andplacement requirements of the students, as prescribed in the Regulations
  • The Planning and Monitoring Board (PMB) shall have a minimum of seven members,including the Chairman. All other members will be nominated by the Chairmanexcept the University nominee
  • The constitution of the PMB will be as follows :
  • Principal of the College – Chairman
  • Two senior faculty members of the college
  • Senior faculty from University / other college
  • Two industrial experts in the field of Engineering / Technology
  • An expert in the area of Architecture / Civil Engineering
  • The Planning and Monitoring Board meeting shall be convened not less than twice a year and the interval between two consecutive meetings should not be more than six months


  • The planning and monitoring committee review the academic and other related activities of the college, review the students, faculty development programmes, visualize and formulate perspective plans for the development and growth of the college
  • Formulate Master Plan for campus development, facilitating implementation of theprovision of the perspective plan, draw new schemes of development for the college, plan for resource mobilization through industry interaction, consultancy and extra-muralfunding
  • To promote research and extension activities in the college campus, promote teaching innovations and student placement programmes, plan for sustaining the quality of education, quality improvement and accreditation of thecollege
  • Recommend schemes to promote participation of academic departments in community development activities in the region and to consider such other activities for furtherance of academic excellence

    Complaints cum Redressal Committee (Students)

    Name Position Category
    Dr. M.Jayaraman Principal Chairman
    Prof. L.Peter Stanley Bebington Dean (Academic) Coordinator
    Prof. P.Jayachandar Dean student affairs Member
    Dr. S. Jabeen Begum HOD / IT Member
    Dr. S. Mangai HOD / BME Member
    Dr. N.Jeyashanthi Professor / BME Member
  • Any type of grievance that a student might have with the other students / management / staff / examination matter etc must first be discussed with the concerned class mentor and HoD. As far as possible, the problem should be resolved at that level
  • Matters that are not resolved at the HoD and class mentor level, it must be brought to the notice of the Complaints cum Redressal committee by the class mentor through the respective HOD
  • The grievance must be clearly stated in writing.
  • It must be forwarded to the co-ordinator of the Complaints cum Redressal Committee through the class mentor and the respective HOD
  • The principal will request the Complaints cum Redressal Committee to conduct an enquiry and submit its recommendations
  • The Complaints cum Redressal Committee will conduct the enquiry and submit its recommendations to Principal for appropriate action
  • Complaints cum Redressal Committee (Women)

    Name Position Category
    Dr .S.Mangai Chairman Prof. & Head / BME
    Prof.P.Jayachandar Member Prof. &Dean ( Student Affairs)
    Dr.N.Krishnaveni Member Prof. & Head / Chemistry
    Ms.R.Menaka Member Assoc. Prof / IT
    Dr.V.Lathajothi Member Assoc. Prof / CSE
    Dr.C.Suseela Member Non – Government Officer

    VCET believes in gender equality and gender justice among all staff and students. Keeping this in view the committee is empowered to ensure an organizational climate, free from discrimination and harassment with a particular focus on sexual harassment. The committee is responsible for looking in to any complaints from staff and students about women harassment inside the institute.
    Harassment in any form shall subject a student to disciplinary action leading up to expulsion from the institute. However, if it is found through the course of the investigation, that the incident and there by the accusation are fabricated then the complainant will face severe disciplinary action.

    Anti-Ragging Committee

    Ragging is strictly banned in VCET. If anybody is found indulged in such kind of activities, strict action will be taken irrespective of the nature of ragging. Ragging is banned by Supreme Court of India, In order to prevent such kind of activity in campus; an anti-ragging committee have been formed and brought into operation even before the commencement of 1st year classes.

    Name Position Professional Designation
    Dr. M. Jayaraman Chairman Principal
    Mr. M. K. Jaganathan Member Asst. Deputy Superintendent of police
    Mr. S. Balasubramanian Member Deputy Block Development Officer
    Mr. K. C. Rathinasamy Member State President,Tamilnadu Farmer's Association
    Mr. P. Sampath Member Parent's Representatives
    Mr. R. Dharunkumarasamy Member Student's Representative
    Ms. A. Rithanika Member Student's Representative
    Mr. M. Sridharan Member Non-Teaching Representative

    Anti-Ragging Squad

    Name Position Category
    Dr. M. Jayaraman Chairman Principal
    Dr. R. Kumaravelan Member Prof. & Head / Mechanical
    Dr. M. Eswaramurthi Member Prof. & Head / Mathematics
    Dr. S. Jabeen Begum Member Prof. & Head / IT
    Mr. K. Manikandan Member Associate Prof. / Chemistry
    Mr. T. Sathish Kumar Member Asst. Prof.(Sl.Gr.) / CSE
    Ms. Reeja Antony Member Asst. Prof. / BME
    Mr. M. Sridharan Member Estate Superintendent

    Punitive measures for ragging:

    Depending upon the nature and gravity of the offense as established by the anti-Ragging committee, the possible punishments for those who are found guilty of ragging shall be one or any combination of the following

  • Cancellation of admission
  • Suspension from the college
  • Debarring from representing the college in any form
  • Withholding the results
  • Collective punishment when the persons committing or abetting the crime of ragging are not identified
  • Rigorous imprisonment and fine as per Law in force
  • Posters displaying Ragging prohibitory rules have been disseminated at all blocks including hostels
  • Discipline and Welfare Committee

    Name Position Category
    Prof. P. Jayachandar Chairman Asso. Prof. / ECEDean(Student Affairs)
    Dr. K. R. Valluvan Member COE &Prof. /ECE
    Dr. E. Ravi Member Prof. & Head / Civil
    Dr. S. Mangai Member Prof. & Head / BME
    Dr. S. Jabeen Begum Member Prof. & Head / IT
    Mr. M. N. Baalakumar Member Asst. Prof.(Sr.Gr.)/BME
    Ms. Reeja Antony Member Asst. Prof. / BME
    Mr. T. Sathish Kumar Convenor Asst. Prof.(Sl.Gr.)/CSE

    Women Empowerment Cell

    Name Designation Position
    Dr.M.Jayaraman Principal Chairman
    Dr.N.Jeyashanthi Prof./BME Convener
    Ms.G.Kanimozhi Asst.Prof. / BME Co-ordinator
    Ms. R. Gowthami Asst.Prof / CIVIL Member
    Ms. C. Selvi Asst.Prof(Sl.Gr.) / CSE Member
    Ms.T.K.Kartheeswari Asst.Prof(Sl.Gr.) / MCA Member
    Ms. S. Pavithra Asst.Prof (Sr.Gr.)/ ECE Member
    Ms. C. Rathika Asst.Prof (Sr.Gr.)/ EEE Member
    Ms. M.Kavitha Asst.Prof (S1.Gr./ IT Member
    Ms.D.Muthukrishnaveni Asst.Prof (Sl.Gr.)/MBA Member
    Ms. S. Kalaiselvi Asst.Prof (Sr.Gr.)/ CHEM Member

    The Women Empowerment Cell has established in the college campus to empower the women, to enhance understanding of issues related to women and to make the college campus a safe place for women students with following objectives

  • Identification of strong leader ship and change makers and building their capacity
  • To promote a culture of respect and equality for female gender
  • The provision of opportunities and programs for female gender to be financially, mentally and emotionally empowered so as to promote their growth as individuals in their own right
  • To make them aware about the guidelines of Supreme Court and to ensure that sexual harassment is treated as an unacceptable social behavior within the institution and the society
  • To involve students of VCET to interact with rural and urban women who lack formal education and identify projects suitable for up gradation using technology
  • To conduct seminar, workshop to impart knowledge of opportunities and tools available and train the women
  • To inculcate entrepreneurial attitude among young girls, scientists at the earliest so that they can be "job givers" rather than "job takers"
  • Fie Arts Club

    Name Designation Position
    Dr.S.DeviSuganya Associate Professor/MCA Convener
    Ms. T.YamunaRani, Asst. Prof./BME Coordinator
    Ms.M.Sakthi Meena Asst. Prof. / CSE Coordinator
    Mr. S. Nachimuthu Asst. Prof. / ECE Coordinator
    Mr. V.Sabarivelu Asst. Prof. / EEE Coordinator
    Ms.S.Suganya Asst. Prof./IT Coordinator
    Mr.R.Kalpana Asst. Prof. / Civil Coordinator
    Mr.D.Kesavan Asst. Prof. / Mech Coordinator
    Mr. M. Madhukrishnan Asst. Prof./ MBA Coordinator
    Mr.M.Govindarajan Associate Professor/MCA Coordinator
    Ms.D.Shanmugavadivu Asst. Prof. / S & H Coordinator

    Common Purchase Committee

    Name Designation Position
    Mr.S.D.Chandrasekar Secretary & correspondent Chairman
    Dr. M.Jayaraman Principal Convener
    Prof. L.Peter Stanley Bebington Dean (Academic) Member
    Prof .P. Jayachandar Dean (Student Affairs) Member
    Mr. N. Periasamy Administrative Manager Member


    To formulate and do adopt purchase procedures taking into consideration of small, medium and heavy expenditure utilising either institute fund or project fund.

    Purchase procedure:

  • Purchase up to Rs5000:
  • Heads of the departments are permitted to carry out purchases worth below Rs5000/-without calling for quotations but after satisfying that the items purchased or service acquired are of requisite quality/ specifications.

  • Purchase up to Rs 25,000 for a single item/multiple items:
  • Head of the Institution is permitted to carry out purchases worth upto Rs.25,000/- as direct purchase

  • All Other Purchase:
  • Minimum 3 quotations in sealed covers are to be called for. Such quotations should be obtained either from the manufacturers directly or authorized dealer / distributors who are registered with commercial tax department. Quotations, as far as possible should be called from original manufacturers/reputed and regular dealers only. In case quotations obtained from the agents, a letter of authorization is required to be obtained for opening of quotations and preparation of comparative statements.
    The hierarchy of Purchase procedure should be as follows a) Requisition from HoDs with specification b) Approval by Administrative Manager c) pass on to principal for verification and grant of approval to purchase committee d) Purchase committe finalize and submit to the Secretary for final approval/sanction.

    Controller of Examinations

    Name Designation Position
    Dr.M.Jayaraman Principal Chairman
    Dr.K.R.Valluvan Prof./ECE COE
    Dr.V.K.Manavalasundaram Assoc.Prof./IT Deputy COE
    Dr.K.R.Ananth Prof./MCA Assistant COE[Academic]
    Mr.S.Vivekandan Asst.Prof.(Sr.Gr.)/MCA Assistant COE[Systems]

    Examination Committee

    Name Designation Position
    Dr.M.Jayaraman Principal Chief Superintendent
    Prof. P.Jayachandar Dean (student affairs) Additional Superintendent
    Mr.M.Govindarajan Asst. Prof (Sl.Gr.) Examination Section Incharge
  • The main function of this committee is to carry out University and other examinations
  • To distribute certificates (provided by the University) to the passed out students
  • To maintain the record of each and every issue related to the examinations
  • Any other duty/responsibility assigned by the principal for smooth conduct by university examination or any other examination
  • Admission Committee

    Name Designation Position
    Dr.M.Jayaraman Principal Convener
    Prof.P.Jayachandar Dean (Student Affairs) Member
    Mr. N. Periasamy Administrative Manager Member
  • The committee is responsible for all admission matters, including the assessment of the validity of the documents submitted by the students for getting admission, in accordance with University guidelines
  • To review all rules relating to fees for effective student learning
  • To authenticate the lists of selected students for admission
  • To decide on issues of acceptance of students under special circumstances
  • Research & Development Cell

    Name Designation Position
    Dr. M. Jayaraman Professor & Principal Head-R&D
    Dr.V.Chandrasekaran Professor / ECE Coordinator & Member
    Dr. N. Jeyashanthi Professor / BME Member
    Dr. P. Brindha Asst. Professor(Sl.Gr.)/ECE Member
    Dr.V.Latha Jothi Assoc.Prof. / CSE Member
    Mr. K. Vanchinathan Asst. Professor(Sr.Gr.) / EEE Member
    Dr. G. Rajeshkumar Professor / IT Member
    Mr. D. Sakthivel Asst.Prof.(Sl.Gr.) / Civil Member
    Dr. S. Velumani Professor / Mechanical Member
    Ms.D. Muthukrishnaveni Asst.Prof.(Sl.Gr.) / MBA Member
    Dr. K. R. Ananth Assoc.Prof. / MCA Member
    Dr. C. S. Gowri Professor / Mathematics Member
    Dr. S.Ranjitha Asst. Professor(Sl.Gr.)/ Physics Member
    Dr. N. Krishnaveni Professor & Head / Chemistry Member
    Mr.S.Sanjeevkumar Asst.Prof.(Sl.Gr.) / English Member
  • The research committee shall meet at least once in a semester and the committee shall review the individual scholar and the research publication of all faculty members, research proposals of the department, etc
  • The committee shall recommend the name(s) of research guide(s) along with his/her subject area(s) to the university as and when they qualify
  • The committee shall maintain and ensure the list of various subjects/courses for which adequate provision for research work is made available in the institute, together with a list of research guides in the institute whom it considers competent to supervise research in the relevant Engineering /Technology/ Management/ S&H disciplines.
  • Academic Cell

    Name Designation Position
    Prof. L. Peter Stanley Bebington Prof. / ECE DEAN (Academics)
    Ms. S. Kayalvili Asst.Prof.(Sl.Gr.) / CSE Coordinator
    Mr. S. Rajan Asst.Prof.(Sr.Gr.) / ECE Coordinator

    Human Resource Develoopment Cell

    Name Designation Position
    Mr. S. Hariprasath Asst.Prof. / EEE Coordinator
    Mr.M.Gokul Asst.Prof. / Mech. Additional Coordinator

    The HRD Cell have the following broad objectives

  • To encourage faculty adopt modern pedagogy so that the class-room learning is multi-faceted
  • To strengthen the professional competence of the faculty by arranging training programmes in different topics based on the demands
  • To enhance orientation programmes for new faculty and leadership grooming for experienced faculty.
  • To encourage staff to be members of various professional bodies and sign up MOU with the same.
  • Each academic year, individual faculty members have the opportunity to share their professional work and interests with colleagues and the community through the Faculty Lecture Series on weekly basis.
  • Faculty Grievance & Appellate Committee

    Name Position Category
    Dr.M.Jayaraman Principal Chairman
    Prof. L.Peter Stanley Bebington Dean (Academic) Member
    Prof. P.Jayachandar Dean (Student Affairs) Member
  • Recommendations will be made by the committee based on the information received and a report will be submitted to the Secretary through Principal. Principal shall take suitable action based on the recommendations of the committee after getting approval from the Secretary
  • 19. Name of the Information Officer for RTI
    Name of the Information Officer for RTI : Mr. N. PERIASAMY
    Designation : Administrative Manager
    Phone Number with STD Code : 0424 – 2244201 – 206
    Fax Number with STD Code : 0424 – 2244205
    Email :