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       The polytechnic college has a very big playground. Facilities for indoor and outdoor games are available in the polytechnic college. The students are encouraged to take part in various games like Shuttle-cock, Ball-badminton, Table-tennis, Basket- ball, foot-ball, volley-ball, Cricket, Athletics, etc..,

      A compulsory two hour period per week, is provided for the sports and games activities, after the normal working hours and all students are expected to take part in these activities under the guidance of the Physical Directors. This polytechnic college is a member of inter Polytechnic Athletic Association. Students and staff of this institution are regularly participating in their polytechnic sports and games activities from the year 1960 onwards and have secured many awards.

        National Cadet Corps (N.C.C.)

     There is a N.C.C unit functioning in this polytechnic college with a total strength of 75 cadets. Participation in N.C.C. by the students is optional and all the medically fit students can join N.C.C. candidates appearing for the ‘B’ certificate examination should have served for two years in N.C.C. with a minimum of 80% attendance in the parades and should have attended one annual training camp. In order to appear for the “C” certificate examination, candidate should have served for 3 years in N.C.C. with a minimum of 80% attendance in the parades and should have attended two annual training camps. 20 parades, each of four hours duration are being conducted annually during weekend holidays. At least 5-10% of seats are reserved for the students with N.C.C. “C” certificate in government, public sector and private organizations in the form of job opportunities and also for higher education in various educational institutions.

      National Service Scheme (N.S.S.) 

     The National Service Scheme  has been functioning in our polytechnic college since 1991-92 with a goal  of “ Education through Community service and Community service through Education”. The N.S.S. programme has the distinction of developing the students through community service with objectives like students social consciousness, to work with and among people, and to develop awareness and knowledge of social realities, and also enrich their personalized goals. Our college has two N.S.S. units with 200 Volunteers. Some of the social service activities like Tree plantation  and Blood Donation are appreciated by the people. The Highlight of the N.S.S. programme is a ten days special camp programme which is being conducted every year in as adopted village during the last week of December.

Canada India Institutional Co-operational Project ( CIICP)

The Canada India Institutional Cooperation Project (CIICP) is a major Human Resource Development Project launched during the year 2000. The main objective of the Project is to train the staff of the Polytechnic Colleges to improve the quality and enhance the quantum of the human resource potential and to achieve development in Polytechnic Education System. This project is functioning at this college under the control of State Project Implementation Unit, Directorate of Technical Education, Chennai with the primary aim of imparting continuing education. Special emphasis is given on skill enhancement in the following areas: Equipment Repair Centre, Women-in-development, Strategic Planning, Continuing Education, Industry Institute Interaction, Students Services, Facilities Development, Staff Development and Management Information System.

Community Development through Polytechnics ( CDTP)

In Our Polytechnic college CDTP programme is conducted under the guidance of Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India for the past three years. Under this programme we are giving job-oriented training to the rural people mainly school drop-outs and women free of cost. We are conducting training in the following fields: Welding, Machinist, House wiring, Knitting and Tailoring, Cane Chair Knitting, Computer Applications, Motor winding, Repair of Household Electrical Appliances. By these training programme many village people are benefited and become entrepreneur. We are also conducting exhibitions to create awareness about non-renewable energy sources.

Educational Tour and Industrial Visits

Students of all branches are arranged to go on an educational tour during the final year which includes industrial visits. Students learn the latest technology and trends in industry and the professional ethics by these visits.

In-plant Training

Students of all branches are encouraged undergo in-plant training during the semester holidays. They are given opportunities for in-plant training through our placement cell and our alumni. Students are made industry ready through this opportunity.

Student Services

Students of our college are extended with all Services, Scholarships and help provided by the State and Central Government and other Non-Governmental Organizations. Students enjoy the various welfare schemes of the Government departments such as ‘Priceless Laptop Scheme’, Educational Loans, Bus / Rail Ticket Concessions etc.

The college campus is having a cost-effective Canteen functioning during the working hours for staff and students. It provides all food stuff at rates comparably low.

A Branch Sub-Post office is functioning in the campus during working hours. The students are provided with reprographic facilities at low cost.

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