Jun 10, 2010

GCE SALEM



Hello viewer, today as i said earlier i am going to introduce about a new college (i.e)GOVERNMENT COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING salem, this college is affilated to anna univeristy and also an autonomous institution. students of cut off marks 195 to 190 can get seats for engineering through anna unversity counselling.

GOVERNMENT COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING ,SALEM IS NBA ACCREDITED, AUTONOMOUS INSTITUTION
AFFILIATED TO ANNA UNIVERSITY,COIMBATORE


Government College of Engineering(GCE),Salem was started in the year 1966. Since its
inception, the college has striven incessantly to provide quality education and to produce skilled knowledgeable engineers.It is at present affiliated to Anna University, Coimbatore.

It was started during the Third Five Year plan in the year 1966 and is located on a beautiful 162 hectares site surrounded by hills. This was then the third government engineering institution in Tamil Nadu.


FACULTY PROFILE

1. Name : Prof. S.R.Damodarasamy
2. Designation : Principal
3. Date of Birth : 24.05.1952
4. Address : Principal,
Government College of Engineering,
Salem - 636 011.
Email: srdamodar@yahoo.com
5. Residence Address : “B1” GCE Staff Quarters,
Salem - 636 011.


HISTORY OF THE COLLEGE



Government College of Engineering, Salem - 11, was started during the Third Five Year plan in the year 1966 and is located on a beautiful 162 hectares site surrounded by hills. This was then the third government engineering institution in Tamil Nadu. The first batch of students was selected for the academic year 1966 - 67 for courses in Civil, Mechanical, and Electrical Engineering. In the year 1973 - 74, the Metallurgical Engineering branch was started. Electronics and Communication branch was introduced in the year 1985 - 86. Computer Science engineering course was introduced in the year 2001.

M.E., Civil (Structural Engineering), M.E.,Mechanical(CAD), M.E., Mechanical(Thermal Engineering), M.E., Electrical & Electronics (Power Electronics & Drives) and M.E., Metallurgy (Welding Technology) are offered as self supporting courses. Part time B.E.,courses are also offered in Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical & Electronics Engineering and Electronics and Communication Engineering. The departments of Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Electronics and Communication Engineering, Chemistry and Maths have been granted recognition for guiding research work leading to Ph.D. under Anna University.

The College is a Regional Centre for AnnaUniversity for Ph.D., and M.S., programmes. The college is the zonal office for the conduct of Anna University Examinations in the 21 colleges belonging to this zone. Our Institution is one of the eleven technical Institutions of TamilNadu selected for World Bank financial assistance under Technical Education Quality Improvement Programme (TEQIP). The Institution has received an approval for a Sum of Rs. 10.967 crores as life time allocation for the project implementation spread over aperiod of four years from 2003 to 2007.

The existing buildings consist of the Civil Engineering Block, the Computer Science Engineering Block, the Electronics & Communication Engineering Block, the Electrical & Electronics Engineering Block, the Mechanical Engineering Block, the Metallurgical EngineeringBlock, the Physical Education Block, the Administrative Block, the Library Block, the Canteen, the Health Centre, the Planetarium, seven Hostel Blocks, five messes, the Recreation Halls and the residential accommodation for the staff members of the college. During the past 39 years, the various departments have not only established themselves but also equipped their laboratories sufficiently to cater to the needs of the various undergraduate, postgraduate courses and research programmesthat are offered. Computer facilities are available in all the Engineering departments. A large numbers of students of all branches are increasingly being placed in leading companies thanks to the role of the placement cell.

The college is thus growing from strength to strength and gaining recognition for its contribution to the cause of engineering education.

COURSES OFFERED
UNDER GRADUATE:


B.E.,(Regular) Programmes
Civil Engineering 120
Mechanical Engineering 120
Electrical & Electronics Engineering 60
Electronics & Communication Engineering 60
Computer Science & Engineering 60
Metallurgical Engineering 60


Total 480




B.E.,(Part time) Programmes
Civil Engineering
60
Mechanical Engineering 60
Electrical & Engineering 60
Electronics & Communication Engineering 60

POST GRADUATE:
M.E. Programmes

Structural Engineering 18
CAD 18
Thermal Engineering 18
Power Electronics & Drives18
Welding Technology 18


M.S.
Faculty of Electrical & Electronics Engineering 1

Faculty of Information & Communication Engineering 14

Total 1

DEPARTMENTS


CIVIL
CSE
ECE
EEE
MECHANICAL
METALLURGICAL
CHEMISTRY
ENGLISH
PHYSICS
MATHS


DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING



The tutelage of our efficient faculty and their luminous service help the students to bring out their inborn talents. The department also induces the budding civil engineers with the recent infrastructural developments and modern trends in civil engineering.

The department offers also M.E.(Structural), Ph.D. programmes.


VISION


• To impart knowledge and execellence in civil engineering and technology with global perspectives to our students and to make them ethically strong engineers to build our nation.

MISSION

• To produce civil engineers of high calibre ,technical skills and ethical values to serve the society and nation. To make the department a centre of excellence in the field of civil engineering and allied research.

• To provide knowledge base and consultancy services to the community in all areas of civil engineering. To promote innovative and original thinking in the minds of budding engineers to face the challenges of future.


Infrastructure of Civil Engineering

STRENGTH OF MATERIALS LAB:

Universal testing machine of 100,40,10 and 1 ton capacity, Compression testingmachine of 200 ton capacity, spring , hardness, torsion, fatigue and impact testing machines, vibrator analyzer, FFT analyzer, Beggs deformator, Photo elastic apparatus.

CONCRETE LAB :

Prestressing equipments, loading frame 40 capacity, load cells, LVDT meters, all equipments required for testing cement, fine and coarse aggregate, ultrasonic concrete tester, rebound hammer.

SOIL MECHANICS LAB:

Triaxial cell, Standard penetration test apparatus, Consolidation testing machine, California bearing ratio (CBR)

COMPUTER LAB:

Autocad-2000, Land development desktop, STADD-111, Civil design and Survey, Architectural Desktop (ADT).

SURVEY LAB:

Electronic Theodolite, Electronic distance meter, Astronomical telescope, Levelling instruments, Theodolite, Compass, Plane table apparatus.

HYDRAULICS MACHINERY LAB:


Kaplan turbine, Francis turbine, Pelton wheel, Mono block centrifugal pump, Centrifugal jet pump, Two stage self priming pump, Double acting reciprocating pump, Gear oil pump, Venturimeter, Orifice meter, Rectangular/triangular notch, Mouth pieces , Round orifices, Canals and Cisterns.


Curriculum of Civil Engineering



THEORY

Engineering Mechanics
Geology, Mechanics of solids
Strength of Materials
Surveying
Building science
Fluid mechanics
Hydraulics Engineering
Structural analysis and design
Environmental Engineering (includes drawing)
Transportation Engineering,
Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering
Remote sensing and GIS
Total Quality Management.



ELECTIVES:

Hydrology,Water resources engineering
Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
Prestressed concrete structures,Industrial waste management
Ground improvement techniques


ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING


The department of Electronics and Communication Engineering has an assortment of skills on display.The department offers M.S and Ph.D programmes.


VISION


• We envision our students as excellent engineers not only in the field of science and technology, but also in good citizenship and discipline.

• Our commitment lies in producing comprehensive knowledge seekers and human individuals, capable of building a strong and developed nation.

MISSION

• To achieve the vision we should have diligent faculty who use effective teaching methodologies.

• To impart updated technical education and knowledge.

• To groom our young students to become professionally and morally sound engineers.

• To reach global standards in production and value based living through an honest and scientific approach.

INFRASTRUCTURE:

ELECTRONICS DEVICES AND CIRCUIT LAB
Digital storage oscilloscope, Cursor readout CRO’s, IC tests, Component testers, LCR meters, FET, Diode testers, Signal generators, Digital multimeters, IC trainers.

COMMUNICATION LAB

AM/FM signal generator, Random noise source, Digital phase and meter, Probability phase amplitude meter, Probability density meters, RF signal meter, Electronic telephone exchange trainers, Tele printers.

MICROPROCESSOR LAB

Incircuit emulators and logical analyzers, INTEL 8085, 8086, Microprocessor, Microprocessor like 8031, 8051 spectrum analysers, EPROM programmers interface cards for system design based on microprocessors.Klystron and gun oscillator, Microwave testing benches, ASK, PSK, FSK, Fiber optic communication demo kits, Microwave components to study the microwave communication.

DSP AND DIGITAL COMMUNICATION LAB


Experimental kits like TMS 32050, TMB 32031, ADSP 2181, Software for application development, Digital communication trainers, Pulse AM, PIM, PCM, Delta modulators.

PC LAB

Windows NT based servers, Several notes comprising of Pentium III and II based systems , Flatbed scanners, Inkjet & laser jet printers , Modems, Multimedia kits, MS -VISUAL studio, MS- Office, Database managers, C, C++, java , MS-dos, FORTRAN.

TELEVISION AND ANTENNAE LAB

Practical insight of TV and radio engineering, Parabolic dish antenna, Multisystem monitors.

Curriculum of Electronics and Communication Engineering


THEORY:
Electronic devices
Signals and systems
Computer Communication Networks
Optical communication
Computer architecture
Antenna and properties
Digital Communication
Transmission lines and Networks
Control systems
Communication theory and systems
Microwave engineering
Electromagnetic waves and wave guides
Digital signal processing
Electromagnetic fields

ELECTIVES:

Operating systems
Internet and JAVA
Advanced Microprocessors
VLSI Design
Digital Image Processing

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

A serene and tranquil atmosphere helps the dynamic professional to drill the innovative minds. It proves to be an evindence of an expedition to knowledge. The enduring efforts of the faculty members have enhanced the students omnipotent skills. The department offers also M.E.(Thermal), M.E.(CAD), ProEngineering.




VISION

• We envision our students has excellent engineers not only in the field of science and technology, but also in good citizenship and discipline our commitment lies in producing comprehensive knowledge seekers and human individuals, capable of building a strong and developed nation.

MISSION

• To achieve the vision we should have diligent faculty who use effective teaching methodologies.

• To impart updated technical education and knowledge.

• To groom our young students to become professionally and morally sound engineers.

• To reach global standards in production and value based living through an honest and scientific approach.


ASSOCIATION

Arts Association


Provides opportunities and encouragement for the development of histrionic talent and cultural activities of the students.

Tamil Mandram


Conducts meeting and debates. It also arranges programmes and entertainment to proj ect the rich heritage and culture of Tamil and Tamilians.

The Science Association


Takes care of the creative interests of the students in Science subjects.

The Literary Association


Caters to the fulfilment of communication skills for student's future prospects in his / her career.

The Association of Painters and Photographers

Endeavours to promote and develop the student's talents in painting and photography.

CLUB
LEO CLUB
LEO club of college of Engineering Salem plays an active role in enhancing the student's leadership qualities and skills Lions club of Salem Impact is the parent club of LEO club of Government College of Engineering, Salem.

ROTARACT CLUB

The Rotaract club of GCE is an extension of Rotaract club of Salem West zone. The Rotaract is the child of the international Rotarian organisation. This Rotaract club in college has an excellent student’s involvement. The students of first year, second and third year are involved in these activities. Among them, nominations for president, secretary, office bearers are held. This club activity is organized under the guidance of Mrs. Vimala Rousaline . The chair man of this club is our principal.

COMMUNITY SERVICE

Learning process is incomplete without the two way traffic among the students themselves and also with the institute. Various personality building events are organized by the following student associations. Many camps are organized on behalf of the NSS and NCC and welfare activities are carried out during weekends and vacation. The various organizations in GCE are:

NSS

Social welfare schemes, rural development programmes, blood donation/ medical camps, book fairs.

NCC

Army wing and NCC air wing enable the students to obtain NCC – A,B and C grade certificates and to attend all India camps.

HOSTEL:

Residential facilities are provided with six separate blocks for the under graduate boys and an exclusive hostel block for girls.

HOSTEL FEES (payable at College Office) *

Boys Hostel Girls Hostel
Room Rent Electricity Charge Total Room Rent Electricity Charge Total
Single Seated Rs.400 Rs.150 Rs.550
--
--
--
Three Seated Rs.200 Rs.100 Rs.300 Rs.200 Rs.250 Rs.450

* All the fees are paid annually.

The rules and regulations of GCE hostels are provided to all hostels inmates.



LIBRARY

RULES AND REGULATIONS

The College has a library located ub a seprate block containing books pertaining to the various courses of study in this institution as well as limited number of books of general value and interest.

The number of volumes at present is 55,000 and more books are being added. Besides books, more than 60 journals and other periodicals are subscribed to. The current issues of the jounals are displayed on the racks and the back volumes are bound together. Under TEQUIP, 1023 books have been procured. A book bank with 688 books is available for SC/ST students.

The Universal Decimal Classification system is adopted in the library.

Five books to each student and eight books for the students who are getting the "Governmentof India Post- Matric Scholarship" are issued at the beginning of the semester.

OBJECTIVES

• To support and facilitate Learning, Teaching and Administration activities of the Institution.

• To make Library & Information System user friendly.

• To provide appropriate and comfortable ambience for the library users.

DIGITAL LIBRARY BUILDING:

♦ Building constructed under part II scheme(2006-08)Rs.100 Lakhs

♦ Plinth Area of Digital Library : 942.28 m2

♦ Carpet Area : 735.00 m2

♦ Video Conferencing Hall.
S. No. Description Quantity
1 Server 1
2 Personal Computers 100
3 UPS (10 KVA) 4
4 Digital Library Software -
5 Electrification & False Ceiling -
LIST OF EQUIPMENTS AVAILABLE
S. No. Name of the Equipment Quantity
1 Blade Servers Chassis (hp proliant c 7000 Blade encloser) 1
2 Blades – Dual CPU (hp Blade server proliant BL 460c with 2 x quade core Intel xeon with EM 64T C 5430 Processor 2.60 Ghz /1333 Mhz FSB / 12MBL2 cache memory) 2
3 SAN Storage(hp EVA 4400 SAN Storage) 1
4 Back up(hp MSL 2024 Tape Library) 1
5 Rack 1
6 Client Nodes (hp) 100
7 Networking for 120 Nodes -
8 Software(Adobe Flash Media Steaming Server 3.0) 1

INTERNET CONNECTIVITY BSNL 1: 4 Mbps




• To acquire, organize Information resources to meet the present and future needs of its users.


Library Working Hour : Week Days : 10.00 a.m to 6.00 p.m.

Sunday : 10.00 a.m to 5.00 p.m

PLANETARIUM:

The planetarium at government college of engineering,salem-11.was commissioned in the year 1979.

The celestial sky is projected on a dome and its daily apparent motion is simulated using special equipment.a 'star carrier' with thirty one high quality optical projectors all over its surface projects the different sections of the sky with stars in a breath taking display of the glorious night sky.

The small dome facilitates effective teaching.it can accommodate 55 members at a sittings. school,colleges,club and the general public regularly avail of this rare viewing facility at the planetarium.


SPORTS

PLAYS FIELDS AVAILABLE

Outdoor Games

S.no

Particulars

Numbers

1

Football Field

1

2

Hockey

2

3

Basketball Concrete court

2

4

Volleyball

2

5

Kabaddi

1

6

Ball Badminton

2

7

Tennis

1

8

Shuttle Badminton

2

9

400mt track

1

Indoor Games

S.no

Particulars

Numbers

1

TableTennis Board

4

2

Caroom

6

3

Chess

8

4

Weight lifting

1




PLACEMENT DETAILS:

The Placement and Training Cell is dedicated to advising students on career options and Providing the latest information on training & employment opportunities, Providing Guidance, counselling services, Bringing students and arranging potential employers together and arranges for placement.

It help to improve the students:

• To arrange periodical courses on personality development.

• To conduct Seminar , Special lectures, Career Guidance Programmes and Entrepreneurship Development Programmes.

• To get placed in national and multi national companies through ON/OFF campus recruitment.

• To motivate and assist in industrial training and industrial visits.

• To arrange in plant training during the vacation.

The palcement activities of this colleges is excellent . Many colleges do not provied the super dream colleges if the candidates are placement in one company but this colleges provides upto super dreams companies. This gives more benefit for the students who are fulfilled with extra talents and knowledge.


BATCH 2009 STATISTICS


COMPANY
CIVIL
CSE
ECE
EEE
MECH
METT
TOTAL
TCS
5
47
39
32
14
6
143
CSC
-
9
15
13
-
2
39
VADANTHA
-
-
-

-

3
9
12
WHEELS,INDIA
-
-
-
-
3
-
3
STERLITE
-
-
1
-
-
-
1
LMW
-
-
-
-
5
-
5
VA TECH WABAG
1
-
-
-
2
-
3
RENAULT
-
-
-
-
4
-
4
VECTRA FORM
-
-
-
-
1
-
1
L & T
-
-
-
1
2
2
5
BRAKES INDIA
-
-
-
-
-
1
1
LGB
-
-
-
-
-
4
4
GAMMON
3
-
-
-
-
-
3
BILLIMORIA
3
-
-
-
-
-
3
ENERGY INFRATECH
4
-
-
-
-
-
4
CCC LIMITED
2
-
-
-
-
-
2
MARG
2
-
-
-
-
-
2
HOCHTIEF
2
-
-
-
-
-
2
URC CONSTRUCTIONS
1
-
-
-
-
-
1
TOTAL NUMBER OF PLACED
47
61
54
47
39
22
270
PERCENTAGE(%)
50.94
91.18
80.95
80
63.33
62.29
73.23



COMPANY VISITED

The list of companies in which the student of batch 2009 got placed are:

TATA CONSULTANCY SERVICES
COMPUTER SCIENCES CORPORATION
VEDANTHA
WHEELS,INDIA
STERILITE (VEDANTHA GROUPS)
LMW
VA TECH WABAG
RENAULT
VECTRA FORM
L & T
BRAKES,INDIA
LGB
GAMMON
BILLIMORIA
ENERGY INFRATECH
CCC LIMITED
MARG
HOCHTIEF
URC CONSTRUCTIONS


CONTACTS:
Here i have given all the hod and principal contact with std code which may be useful for the viewer to call and clear their doubts.

The STD code for Salem is 0427 (ISD- 91427)
COLLEGE OFFICE WITH EXTENSIONS TO ALL DEPARTMENTS 2346157,102
FAX
2448158
GCE Zonal Office ( Anna University )
2345771
ADMINISTRATIVE BLOCK
PRINCIPAL 200
PA TO PRINCIPAL 201
BARSAR 202
PRINCIPAL STENO 203
MANAGER 204
SUPERINDENDENT 205
ZONAL OFFICER 250
EXAMINATION OFFICER 251
S.NO DEPARTMENT HOD OF DEPARTMENT PHONE 1. Civil Engg Dr. P. Perumal, M.E., Ph.D., 94430 61129 2.
Computer Science & Engg
Prof. S. R. Damodarasamy, M.E.,
94866 47471 3. Electronics & Communication Engg Dr. R.S.D. Wahida Banu, M.E., Ph.D., 94430 08886 4.
Electrical & Electronics Engg
Prof. J. Lakshmanaperumal, M.E.,
94421 60755 5. Mechanical Engg Prof. P.K. Jeyadev, M.E., 94430 56469 6.
Metallurgical Engg
Prof. P.G. Venkatakrishnan, M.Tech., MIIM
94432 07043 7. Chemistry Dr. K. Srinivasan, Ph.D., 94434 71490 8.
English
Dr. G. Anbalagan, Ph.D.,
94426 76558 9. Mathematics Dr. C. Kalyan Sundaram, Ph.D., 99419 05979 10.
Physics
Dr. K. Srinivasan, Ph.D., (incharge)
94434 71490

ALUMNI ASSOCIATION:

This college has an strong alumni base. Many students from this have been placed in various multinational companies and many are government higher officers.

ALUMNI ASSOCIATION

Alumni Association functions as a nodal agency maintaining liaison with the alumni and to involve them in the development and growth of the institution. It promotes and encourages the alumni to exchange professional knowledge by undertaking and facilitating conferences, seminars, lectures and meetings amongst alumni, students, faculty and others. Continuous interaction with Alumni is expected to lead to the placement opportunities of the students.

Our objective is to establish a common platform where all the ex-students of Govt College of Engineering can interact with each other. We can share? our Technical, Industrial experiences, suggestions for improvement of college and our-self. We wish to aid fresh graduates in in-campus and off-campus recruitments by providing information about the openings and guidelines to clear the interviews.

Alumni Association Incharge:

Prof P.G.Venkatakrishnan,

Staff Advisor, Alumni Association.

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