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Statutory Body & Committees

Statutory Body & Committees

Student Welfare and Discipline Committee

Functions and Responsibilities of Discipline and welfare committee are  as below

  • Reviewing the Institution rules for student behavior and its policy and practices in relation to discipline.
  • Supporting the development of strategies designed to promote and encourage good student behavior.
  • To ensure the implementation of necessary action for in-disciplinary activity of the student.
  • To examine the various measures taken for the welfare of employees/ students and to recommend any further improvements, if required.

Student Welfare and Discipline Committee

Name and AddressPresent DesignationPositionMobile Number
Dr. V. Venkatachalam,
43, Power House Street,
Erode-638 001.
Dr. S. Senthilvelavan,
VCV Nagar, RS Road,
Perundurai– 638 052.
Director –First yearMember9865279443
Dr. P. G. Palanimani,
33, Teachers colony, Bhavani Road,
Perundurai 638 052.
Associate Warden of Boys HostelMember9486783867
Ms. K. Reetabai,
185, Old Manigakar St,
Nimmiampattu post,
Vaniyambadi Taluk,
Vellore District – 635 752.
Associate Warden of Girls HostelMember978999740
Dr. P. Akilamudhan,
562, Lakshmi Nagar,
Vasavi College (Po),
Erode -638 316.
Head / ChemicalMember9944816559
Dr. P. Selvan,
140/4, Sri Maya Avenue,
Perundurai 638 052.

Head / EEEMember9443931103
Dr. R. Kalaivani,
11/83, North street, Thudupathi – 638 057.
Head / ECEMember9788619489

Anti – Ragging Squad

Under Anti-Ragging Cell, Anti-Ragging Squad is formed to keep a vigil and stop the incidences of Ragging, if any, happening / reported in the places of Student gathering places including, Classrooms, Canteens, Buses, Grounds, Hostels etc.

The Squad will also educate the students at large by adopting various means about the menace of Ragging and related Punishments there to. Many positive activities are adopted by anti-ragging squad for orienting students and moulding their personality for making ragging free environment. They shall work in Consonance and Guidance by the anti-ragging cell.

Anti-Ragging Squad

NameDesignationPositionMobile Number
Dr. P.G. Palanimani,
33, Teachers colony,
Bhavani road,
Professor / MathematicsChairperson9486783867
Dr. S. SenthivelavanDirector – First yearMember9865279443
Ms. K. ReetabaiAssociate Warden of Girls Hostel,Member978999740
Dr. M. KumaresanHead / ChemistryMember9865161579
Dr. T. S. SenthilHead / PhysicsMember9944639993
Dr. R. KalaivaniHead / ECEMember9788619489

Anti – Ragging Cell

An Anti-Ragging Cell is functioning in the College to ensure the requirements stipulated by the Supreme Court of India and subsequent notification from University Grants Commission. The Anti-Ragging Cell oversees for the following incidences in the College campus and ensures ragging free study environment.

  • Any act of indiscipline, teasing or handling with rudeness.
  • Any act that prevents/disrupts the regular academic activity.
  • Any activity which is likely to cause annoyance, hardship, psychological harm or creates fear or apprehension.
  • Any act of financial extortion or forceful expenditure.
  • Any act of physical abuse causing assault, harm or danger to health.
  • Any Act of abuse by spoken words, e-mails, SMS or public insult etc.
  • Any Act of injury or infringement of the fundamental rights to the human dignity.
  • Any act of wrongful confinement, kidnapping, molesting or committing unnatural offences, use of criminal forces, trespass or intimidation.
  • Any unlawful assembly or conspiracy to ragging

Anti – Ragging Cell

S.No.Name and addressDesignationPositionMobile Number
1Dr. V. Venkatachalam,
43, Power House Street,
Erode–638 001.
2Mr. D. G. Ramprabhu,
Sub-Inspector of Police,Perundurai.
Sub - Inspector of PoliceMember04294-220548
3Mr. P. I. Siva Subramaniam,
4Mr. PallaviParamasivam, Secretary,Consumer Protection Council,
5Mr. C. Moorthy,
58/35, Kongu Nagar II Street,
Municipal Colony,
Erode – 638 004.
Representative of ParentsMember - Reporter - The Hindu9842723430
6Mr. G. Kumaraguru,
60,Durgai Amman Kovil Street, Thudupathi – 638057.
Representative of StudentsMember9629386787
7Mr. K. Santhosh Kumar,
2/46, MariyammanKovil Street,
Representative of StudentsMember962961029
8Dr. P.G. Palanimani,
33, Teachers colony,
Bhavani road,
Professor / MathematicsMember9486783867
9Dr. M. Shyamalagowri,
W/o T. Thirumalai,
5/50, Seenapuram post,
Perundurai Taluk
Erode Dt – 638057.
Associate Professor / EEEMember9842660908

Students’ Grievance Cell / Complaints cum Redressal Committee

The objectives of Students Grievance Cell / Complaints cum Redressal Committee include the following

  • To address the Grievances / Complaints of the students in a timely manner, so as to provide suitable conducive environment for their study in the institution
  • To make officials of the college responsive, accountable and courteous in dealing with the Students grievances.
  • To ensure effective solution to the student’s grievances with an impartial and fair approach.

Suggestion box is kept in all Departments for receiving the complaints from the grieved students for address or and they can also drop in a mail

Students’ Grievance Cell / Complaints cum Redressal Committee


S. No.NameDesignationPositionMobile Number
1Dr. P. G. PalanimaniHead / MathematicsChairman94867 83867
2Ms. T. UsharaniAP /ChemicalMember88832 08346
3Dr. M. SuthandhiraDoctorMember99941 92795

Transport Cell

There is a separate transport cell functioning in the college. 20 buses are operated from various places like Anthiyur, Erode, Tirupur, Sankari, Kodumudi, Athani, Sathyamangalam, Palladam, etc., to facilitate students and staff-members from various places in and around 80 kms radial distance.

Free shuttle trip is pressed into service to drop the students and staff at Perundurai bus stand at 6.30 pm daily. Ambulance service is available to meet out the medical emergency requirements of students and staff.

A tractor and a multi utility vehicle are available for fulfilling the time to time requirements.

Further, vehicles are in operation to provide the transport facilities to the guests visiting the campus now and then.

Members of the Transport Cell 


S. No.Name of the StaffRole
1Mr. P.S. ShivakumarTransport in-charge
2Mr. S. Nagarajan
Assistant Professor / Mechanical
Transport in-charge
3Mr. A. Prabhakaran
Assistant Professor / Mechanical
Transport in-charge

S. No.Name of the StaffRole
1Mr. P.S. ShivakumarTransport in-charge
2Mr. S. Nagarajan
Assistant Professor / Mechanical
Transport in-charge
3Mr. A. Prabhakaran
Assistant Professor / Mechanical
Transport in-charge

Estate Office

The estate office looks after upkeeping of infra structure facilities, ongoing construction works, supplying furniture to the Staff and maintains the campus and keeps it clean.

Members of Estate Office

S. No.Name of the StaffRole
1Dr. K. M. GopalakrishnanDirector – Campus Management
2Mr. M. ArthanareeswaranCampus Manager
3Mr. M. M. ShanmugamElectrician
4Mr. E. MohanrajElectrician

Common Purchase Committee

 All major purchases from the societies / amenities account in the college is routed through the purchase committee that discuss the requirement and channelize the purchases through all approved mechanism with the order of Principal. The responsibilities of the Common Purchase Committee are as below 

  • To take indents from the Departments/Committees/ Faculty etc. against requirement
  • To maintain credibility and transparency in all transaction
  • To supervise all the purchases made in the campus
  • To frame necessary guidelines for exercising its powers judiciously
  • To submit the report on purchases made semester wise to the academic council / Governing body

Common Purchase Committee 

S. No.NameDesignationPosition
1Mr. G. KamalamuruganPresident and CorrespondentChair person
2Mr. S. N. ThangarajuSecretaryCo-Chairperson
3Dr. V. VenkatachalamPrincipalHead
4HoDs of all departmentsMembers
5In-charge of all laboratoriesMembers
6Mr. M. ShajahanManagerMember

Anti Sexual Harassment Committee

As per the guidelines of UGC, NAAC and the Supreme Court, a Anti Sexual Harassment Committee has been established by the College to ensure safety of the women leading to healthy and congenial atmosphere for promoting higher education to the staff and students of the College.

The roles and responsibilities are

  • To help women to realize their rights of freedom.
  • To treat sexual harassment as a misconduct and initiate punitive actions for such misconduct.
  • To assist the aggrieved woman to place the complaint.
  • To safeguard the one who is victimized.
  • To educate and train students about Sexual Harassment.
  • To evolve a mechanism for the prevention and redressal of sexual harassment cases and other acts of gender-based violence in the institution.
  • To promote a social and psychological environment that will raise awareness about sexual harassment in its various forms.

Anti Sexual Harassment Committee

Name and AddressDesignationPositionMobileNumber
Dr. V. Venkatachalam,
43, Power House Street,
Erode-638 001.
Ms.T. Kalaiselvi,
Elavamalai post,
Erode – 638316.
Ms. P. Maheswari,
16, SMD Nagar,
Perundurai - 638057
Ms. M.Ramya,
1, Sakthinagar,
Tamil Nagar extension,
Gobi – 638452.
AP / ECEMember9944519209

Library Committee:

 The functions of the Library Committee are as below

  • To formulate various policies related to Library like, Collection Development, Purchase, Space etc.
  • To provide library budget for the Institute and Departments
  • To propose library activities, programmes and services
  • To formulate knowledge and information archiving and management policy at the institute.

Library Committee

Dr. V. VenkatachalamPrincipalChairperson
Ms. K. MaheswariLibrarianConvener
Dr. S. Christian JohnsonDirector - AcademicsMember
Dr. S. SenthilvelavanDirector – First yearMember
Dr. K.M.GopalakrishananDirector – Campus ManagementMember
Dr. M. PandianHead/MechanicalMember
Dr. G. SivakumarHead/CSEMember
Dr. P. SelvanHead / EEEMember
Dr. P. AkilamudhanHead / ChemicalMember
Dr. R. KalaivaniHead / ECEMember
Prof. Maris MuruganHead /EIEMember
Dr. M. ThangavelHead / MCAMember
Mr. P. NithyanandhHead / MBAMember
Mr. Solomon V. AnbuchelvanHead / EnglishMember
Dr. M. KumaresanHead / ChemistryMember
Dr. P. G. PalanimaniHead / MathematicsMember

Extra- Curricular Committee

 Extra – curricular committee in the college

  • Encourages the students to participate in various arts and sports activities
  • Provides an opportunity to the students to lit their imagination and provides them with the view to see things in a different way
  • Improves the imagination skill in Entertainment
  • Provides ample opportunities to develop talents in different forms of art like music, singing, dance, drama etc.
  • Helps the students to develop their leadership abilities
  • Organizes all the social and cultural activities of the Institute
  • Organizes various activities like Quizzes, Book Reviews, Debates, Group Discussions and etc.
  • Organizes all the sports events on and off the campus
  • Organizes club activities like fine arts club, literary club and etc.

Extra- Curricular Committee 

Dr. V. VenkatachalamPrincipalChairperson
Dr. M.ThangavelHead / MCACo-Chairperson
Mr. N. NandhakumarPhysical Education DirectorConvener
Mr. D. NithyananthHead / MBAMember
Mr. Solomon V. AnbuchelvanHead / EnglishMember
Mr. E. DhanasekaranAP/ChemistryMember
Mr. G. DhayanidhiAP/MechanicalMember
Ms. R. ChitraAP / MathematicsMember
Ms. S. MalathiAP / ChemistryMember

Academic Audit Committee

 Academic Audit is carried out by IQAC and the functions of the academic audit are as below

  • To monitor the Teaching – Learning process
  • To verify remedial classes conducted for slow learners
  • To ensure conduct of bridge courses for freshers
  • To verify student academic counseling
  • To audit master Time Table
  • To verify the records related to progress of the students communicated to parents
  • To verify the files related to IQAC/ NBA / NAAC documentation and Accreditation
  • To verify Alumni related interactions
  • To verify students’ feedback on faculty, department and college.
  • To monitor Alumni Survey, Employer Survey and Exit Survey.
  • To audit records related to Examinations, Co-Curricular Activities, Association Activities, Professional Body Activities, Infrastructure, Websites, Scholarships, Lab Records, Manuals, Magazines etc.
  • In order to ensure the quality, attainment of outcome-based education, DAAC (Department Academic Advisory Committee) within the Department is in place to suggest various steps for improving the Content Beyond Syllabus, Value Added Courses, Industrial Visits, Internships and Projects etc. for bridging the gap in the curriculum towards attainment of programme outcomes and programme specific outcomes.
  • Programme Assessment Committee (PAC) of each programme existing in each department is another mechanism in place to monitor and evaluates the course outcomes, programme outcomes and programme specific outcomes in a continuous manner.

Gardening Wing / House Keeping

The Management is keen on developing green campus. Plants and trees are planted to create eco-friendly atmosphere. There is a team of workers under a campus manager, who monitor the condition of growing nursery and plant saplings and help them to thrive.

Members of Gardening Wing / House Keeping


S. No.Name of the StaffRole
1Dr. K. M. GopalakrishnanDirector – Campus Management
2Mr. M. ArthanareeswaranCampus Manager
3Mr. S. RamachandranHouse-keeping supervisor


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