Approved by Govt of Tamil Nadu & AICTE, New Delhi
Accredited by NBA
Rasipuram, Namakkal

Other Amenities

National Service Scheme

National Service Scheme Popularly known as N.S.S., the most powerful organization with a view to promoting Social consciousness of the students and to channels their unbounded energy and creative ability towards constructive work. It provides them with an opportunity to put their education to concrete use and in the process to improve and upgrade their capabilities and a sense of responsibility as well as a sense discipline and dignity of labor among students.

Muthayammal Polytechnic College the pioneer Institution plays a prominent role not only in producing the Technologists but also in including energetic Engineering Youths into various types of social work.

Muthayammal Polytechnic College has a unique distinction of having three NSS (National Service Scheme) Unit covering a student strength of 300 taking up technically relevant and community need based programmes like Domestic Electrical Repairs /Electrical Wiring / Repairing Of Hand Water Pumps, Computer Courses, Tailoring Course, Two Wheeler Servicing, Construction Of Basement To Hand Water Pumps And Low Cost Toilet Etc.

As this Institution has got fully developed, the management conceived the idea of extending the service to the community, so as to effect transfer of technology to the rural areas to meet the felt needs of the community by utilizing the technical knowledge, expertise and resources of the institution. In this context the requisition made by this polytechnic college for the N.S.S units was favorable sanctioned. The N.S.S. units of this polytechnic college have been doing excellent works by taking up socially useful projects like eradication of illiteracy, prevention of health hazards, Planting of trees, laying of roads, cleaning works to our adopted villages, white washing and other community development activities.

N.S.S special camping programs are conducted at the following villages in which Backward community people populated most in our taluk.

Name of the Programme Officers
  1. K. ARUNPRASAD, Sr. Lecturer chemistry.
  2. P. GUNAVATHY, Sr. Lecturer English.
  3. P. SURESH, HOD / COE.

NUMBER OF NSS VOLUNTEERS : 300


NS SPECIAL CAMPAIGN PROGRAMS

  • VILLAGES
    YEAR
    Koonavelampatty Pudur 1988-1989
    Koonavelampatty Pudur 1989-1990
    Koonavelampatty Pudur 1990-1991
    Pudupalayam 1991-1992
    Muthukalipatty 1992-1993
    Singalandapuram 1993-1994
    Ariyagoundampatty 1994-1995
    Komarapalayam(Inter Poly.Campus) 1996-1997
    Muthayammal Polytechnic campus 1997-1998
    Vadugam 1998-1999
    Pattanam 1999-2000
    P.Muniyappanpalayam 2000-2001
    R.Pudupalayam 2001-2002
    R.Pudupatti 2002-2003
    Vadugam 2003-2004
    Atthanur 2004-2005
    Tho. Jedarpalayam, Prerumagoundampalayam, Velampalayam 2005-2006
    Tho. Jedarpalayam, Prerumagoundampalayam, Velampalayam 2006-2007
    Namgiripettai, Velkkalpatti, R.Pudhupatti 2007-2008
    Namgiripettai, Velkkalpatti, R.Pudhupatti 2008-2009
    Vadugam, Malaiyamppatty, Iayampalayam 2009–2010
    Vadugam, Malaiyamppatty, Pudhuvalzvu 2010–2011
    Vadugam, Malaiyamppatty, Pudhuvalzvu 2011–2012
    Pachudayampalayam, Kullandikadu, Oosakaraiyan Outru 2012–2013
    Pachudayampalayam, Kullandikadu, Oosakaraiyan Outru 2013–2014

WORKS DONE BY NSS UNIT

  • Laying of roads
  • Cleaning of environment
  • Giving services to service electrical components like fan, iron boxes & residential wiring etc
  • Way of utilizing the resources available
  • Plumbing work and servicing of water pumps.
  • Temple reconstruction works
  • . hite washing the public schools and temples
  • Tree plantation works.
  • Training an economical usage of water & sewage lines forming..
  • Irrigation methods and purposes.
  • Conducting dramas and competitions on stages to remove the social evils among the public to know the aspects of AIDS and to eradicate fear among the people on various fields.

  • Program to bring co-ordination among the people to achieve their goals in a constructive manner

  • Literary works.
  • Bringing the harmony among youth.
  • Free Medical Camp
  • Road Safety and traffic control awareness Programme
  • Free Medical Camp
  • Fire safety Awareness Programme
  • World Consumer Day Awareness Programme
  • Career Guidance Programme
  • Awareness creation programmes in Blood donation and consumer protection

Red Ribbon Club

MUTHAYAMMAL POLYTECHNIC COLLEGE the pioneer Institution plays a prominent role not only in producing the Technologists but also in including energetic Engineering Youths into various types of social work.

As this Institution has got fully developed, the management conceived the idea of extending the service to the community, so as to effect transfer of technology to the rural areas to meet the felt needs of the community by utilizing the technical knowledge, expertise and resources of the institution. In this context the requisition made by this polytechnic college for the N.S.S units was favorable sanctioned. The N.S.S. units of this polytechnic college have been doing excellent works by taking up socially useful projects like eradication of illiteracy, prevention of health hazards, Planting of trees, laying of roads, cleaning works to our adopted villages, white washing and other community development activities.

Main Objectivies
  • To increase the knowledge and skills among college going students to prevent themselves from HIV/AIDS The program mainly focuses on the following:
  • Abstaining from sexual activity as the most effective and only certain way to avoid HIV infection.
  • The importance of abstinence in eliminating the risk of HIV transmission among unmarried individuals.
  • The decision of unmarried individuals to delay sexual debut until marriage.
  • The adoption of social and community norms that support delaying sex until marriage and that denounce cross- generational sex, rape and other forced sexual activity.

Youth Red Cross

"The Youth Red Cross" is the most important constituent of its parent organization, Indian Red Cross. It is a group movement organized at the initial stages for students between 18 and 25 years of age within the colleges. A qualified lecturer is recognized as the leader and he is called the programme officer under his guidance, the students are trained and encouraged to manage the affairs of the group, electing their own office-bearers.

Main Objectivies
  • To create an awareness on the care of their own health and of others

  • To understand and to accept of civic responsibilities and acting accordingly with humanitarian concern to fulfill the same

  • To enable the growth and development of a spirit of service and sense of duty with dedication and devotion in the minds of youth

  • To foster better friendly relationship with all without any discrimination

Name of the Programme Officers

K. ARUNPRASAD, Sr. Lecturer chemistry.

FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES OF RED CROSS

  • Humanity :

    The International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement, born of a desire to bring assistance without discrimination to the wounded on the battlefield, endeavors, in its international and national capacity, to prevent and alleviate human suffering wherever it may be found. Its purpose is to protect life and health and to ensure respect for the human being. It promotes mutual understanding, friendship, cooperation and lasting peace amongst all peoples.

  • Impartiality :

    It makes no discrimination as to nationally, race, religious beliefs, class or political opinions. It endeavors to relieve the suffering of individuals, being solely by their needs, and to give priority to the most urgent cases of distress.

  • Independence : The Movement is independent. The National Societies, while auxiliaries in the humanitarian services of their governments and subject to the laws of their respective countries, must always maintain their autonomy so that they may be able at all times to act in accordance with the principles of the Movement.

  • Neutrality:

    In orders to enjoy the confidence of all, the Movement may not take sides in hostilities or engage in controversies of a political, racial, religious or ideological nature.

  • Voluntary service ::

    It is voluntary relief movement not prompted in any manner by desire for gain.

  • Unity :

    There can be only one Red Cross Or Red Crescent in any one country. It must be open to all. It must carry on its humanitarian work throughout its territory.

  • Universality : The International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement

Entrepreneurship Developement Cell

Introduction

Entrepreneurship is a key element of industrialization and economic progress. Entrepreneurs are expected to play vital role in the process of development by introducing innovations and demonstrating leadership qualities in the dynamic situation. Entrepreneurship has been found as a low cost and long - term strategy for ensuring supply of right kind of entrepreneurs in the economy to sustain the development tempo. Educating and training people for developing entrepreneurial capabilities through positive training interventions is the core strategy of theEntrepreneurship Development Cell (EDC)

Activities Of Cell
  • To motivate students to undergo Entrepreneurship Development Program (EDP), skill development training and enhance self employment opportunities.
  • To organize seminars/ guest lectures / workshops/ industrial visits.
  • To transfer the technical know-how and assist the students in setting up entrepreneurial enterprises.
  • To identify the areas that are of importance to the people of Haryana in general and Gurgaon in particular in fostering Entrepreneurship and bringing down the attrition rate of qualified Science & Technology students from taking employment outside the state.
  • Program on Financial assistance and Sources of institutional assistance to entrepreneurs.
  • Carrying out study to find out the entrepreneurial potential of region in selected industries.
Name Of The Co-Ordinator
  1. J. JEGAN HOD / civil .
  2. S. NARMATHA sr. lecturer / civil.

Canada India Institutional Co-operational Project

Process Champion

S. KUPPUSAMY, HOD/MECH,

Continuing Education Manager

K. KAMALANATHAN sr. lecturer / Chemistry

ASST. CON.EDU.MANAGER:

R. RAMESH, LECT/MECH

Courses

  • AUTO CADD
  • PRO-E
  • STADD PRO
  • ORCAD
  • PHP
  • CCNA (CIISCO Certified Network Associate)
  • .NET PROGRAMMING
  • ANDROID DEVELOPMENT
  • HW & NETWORKING.
  • ADVANCED NETWORKING

Women in Developement Cell

Objectivies of the Society
  • To promote, undertake and initiate projects and activities for all round development of women & children, subject to such terms & conditions as may be prescribed. The Society shall function as the State Project Management Unit for such projects.

  • Implemented of Rural Women Development & Empowerment Project Assisted by the World Bank & IFAD hereinafter referred to as Swashakti Project. Currently Uttarakhand Mahila Samekit Vikas Yojna; "An ambitious initiative of Government of Uttarakhand towards Women Empowerment" being implemented by the Society. Under the scheme all such activities as may be necessary for the socio-economic development, empowerment and promotion of health of women and children shall be carried out. The Society shall function as the State Project Management Unit for the all Projects.

Name Of The Co-Ordinator
  1. M. SANTHI HOD / ECE.
  2. P. GUNAVATHY, Sr. Lecturer English.

FUNCTION

  • To promote entrepreneurship among women.
  • To provide margin money and provide subsidy to individuals, members of societies and other for their trade, business or other economic activities as may be available under any Scheme and to provide financial assistance if and when required by obtaining loans from financial institutions.

  • To identify trades and industries which can be taken up by women and to sponsor feasibility studies of such schemes for the benefit of women entrepreneurs.

  • To make purchase of raw materials, machineries, tools and implements in bulk and to ensure their fair distribution among women entrepreneurs.

  • To undertake marketing activities and set up Sales Emporia in and outside the state..
  • To conduct training programmes to promote talent among women & children.
  • To promote literacy among women & Children and to undertake programmes for the general development and promotion of education among women & children.

  • To undertake any legal actions that may be necessary to ensure the fulfillment of contracts made between the Society and others.

  • To incur expenditure as per the guidelines of the various schemes.
  • To prepare annual report and accounts of the society.

Career Developement Cell

Introduction

The Office of CDC offers a broad range of career services that empower students to explore, define, and realize their career goals. Our office is a student-centered support service: we offer one-on-one counseling appointments, consultations throughout the career planning process, and assistance with goal-setting and goal achievement through a variety of career exploration activities. Our goal is to provide lifetime tools and skills for professional development, job search success, and career satisfaction.

Programme Co-ordinator
  1. P. KATHIRAVAN sr. lecturer /Auto.
  2. B. PREMKUMAR Ins / Auto.

CDC HIGHLIGHTS

  • 100% PLACEMENT ASSISTANCE
  • SERIES OF APTITUDE TESTS (VERBAL & QUANTITATIVE) – MMS / PGDM
  • WEEKLY SESSIONS ON PERSONALITY ESSENTIALS
  • WORKSHOPS ON INDUSTRY ORIENTATION.
  • INBOUND EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING
  • OUTBOUND EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING
  • MENTORING BY EXTERNAL MENTORS FROM THE INDUSTRY
  • MOCK INTERVIEWS.
  • STRONG ALUMNI NETWORK

Indian Society for Technical Education

About ISTE

ISTE stands for Indian Society for Technical Education. (www.isteonline.com) ISTE is a premier national level society of Professionals & Educators. First started in 1941 as the Association of Principals of Technical Institutions (APTI), it was converted into "Indian Society for Technical Education" in 1968 with a view to enlarge its activities to advance the cause of technical education.

The major objective of the ISTE is to assist and contribute in the production and development of top quality professional engineers and technologists needed by the industries and other organisations. Being the only national organisation of educators in the field of engineering and technology, ISTE is being represented in the various Technical Committees and Boards formed by the Central Government.

The Ministry of Human Resource Development, AICTE & State Governments also involve ISTE in their important programmes and activities relating to technical education. Major functional units of ISTE are known as Chapters. There are three types of ISTE chapters, namely Parents' Chapters, Students' Chapters & Teachers' Chapters. ISTE Students' Chapter And Teacher’s Chapter is operative in our Institute.

In Our institute, ISTE we all work as a team not as an individual. Every event we organize is giving a fantastic experience. This helps us to gain very good managerial and leadership qualities. It exposes the students to group and teach them unforgettable lessons in group. Many students who worked in our team are good decision makers in big organizations across the country.

Objective
  • To enhance professional ideals and standards

  • To award Honorary fellowships, Awards and Prizes, for furthering the objectives of Technical Education

  • To develop effective teachers and educational administrators

Name Of the Faculty Co-ordinators
  1. B. RAGAVENDRAN HOD/IT.
  2. G. MENAGA Lecturer/COE
Events
  • 2011-2012(Placememt Awarness programme):

    ISTE, a society that paves the way for students to unleash their placement awareness. The objective of the seminar is to motivate student in developing their skills regarding the placement.

  • 2011-2012(Soft Skill Development):

    Through ISTE cell, Soft skills programme was conducted for our college students with the collaboration of senior personal manager, brakes India ltd, chennai.

  • 2009-2010(Advanced Pc Trouble Shooting):

    ISTE cell conducted, the seminar on advanced PC Trouble shooting for the ECE,Computer and IT department students for give basic knowledge for diagnosing the source of a problem with hardware,software and other products with the collaboration of K.S.Perarasu HOD,Computer engineering department, SSMITT Polytechnic College.

  • 2009-2010(Paper Presentation And quiz competition):

    ISTE Student chapters conducted paper presentation and quiz competition for students to show and improve their talents and in-built capabilities.

MEMEBERSHIP DETAILS

  • Acdamic Year Student's Membership Strength Teacher's Life Membership Strength Teacher's Annual Membership Strength
    2011-2012 872 123 2
    2010-2011 714 123 2
    2009-2010 587 123 2

ALUMNI

ALUMNI

  • NAME
    QUALIFICATION
    DESIGNATION
    C. PRAKASH M.E., MISTE PRESIDENT
    S. SUGANTHI B.E., VICE – PRESIDENT
    A. MANIKANDAN B.E., SECRETARY
    P. KATHIRAVAN B.E., VICE – SECRETARY
    SASIKALA B.E., TRESURER