engineering colleges - tamil nadu
- VIT University, Vellore
VIT University earlier known as Vellore Engineering College was established in the year 1984 by Mr. G. Vishwanathan. VIT is a Deemed University offering both undergraduate and graduate courses. The cosmopolitan environment of VIT attracts students from all around the globe.The Vellore campus of VIT is spread across a land of 350 acres located in the Chennai - Bangalore railway line.
- PSG College of Technology, Coimbatore
PSG College of Technology was established as the first private engineering institution in Tamil Nadu by Dr. G.R. Damodaran in the year 1951. Today PSG College is featured as an autonomous government aided private engineering college in Coimbatore offering both full time and part time courses at undergraduate and post graduate levels. The campus of PSG is spread across a land of 35 acres providing all the facilities to the students in-house.
- Amrita School of Engineering (ASE), Coimbatore
Amrita School of Engineering (ASE), located in Coimbatore was formerly known as Amrita Institute of Technology and Science. ASE was established on 27th October, 1994. Initially, the College started to offer only the B.E. Course but due to the increasing demand of technical manpower in the country, today ASE offers both undergraduate and postgraduate courses. The College has a well planned campus spread across an area of 400 acres of land.One remarkable feature of ASE is its emphasis on eco-friendly and conservation practices inside the campus.
- Thiagarajar College of Engineering, Madurai
Thiagarajar College of Engineering (TCE) is one of the several educational and philantropist institutions founded by Karumuttu Thiagarajan Chettiar. TCE was established in the year 1957 as an autonomous institution in Madurai offering seven undergraduate and fourteen postgraduate courses. The campus of TCE is situated on a hill slope on the outskirts of Madurai city which is far away from the hustle bustle of the city life.
- SRM Institute of Science and Technology, Chennai
SRM University is a co-educational private university located in Chennai. SRM University was formerly known as SRM Institute of Science and Technology comes under the top engineering colleges in India offering courses at the undergraduate level in a number of specializations. The campus of SRM University is 40 km away from the city of Chennai and is spread across an area of 250 acre site.
- Sri Krishna College of Engineering and Technology (SKCET), Coimbatore
Sri Krishna College of Engineering and Technology (SKCET) is a private engineering college in Tamil Nadu. SKCET was established in the year 1998 for providing quality technical education to the youth of the state. SKCET was granted an autonomous status in the year 2011 due to its notable development in a short duration of time. The campus of SKCET has a built up area of more than 5 lakh sq.feet with all the modern infrastructural facilities.
- Sona College of Technology, Salem
Sona College of Technology was established in the year 1997 and currently the College is ranked amongst the top engineering colleges in India. Sona College is located in the Steel City of India, Salem which is a widely known district in Tamil Nadu. The College campus is spread over an area of 34.5 acres of land and the built up area is 7,50,000 sq.feet.
- Kumaraguru College of Technology (KCT), Coimbatore
Kumaraguru College of Technology (KCT) is a private engineering college in Coimbatore which was founded in the year 1984 by the Ramanandha Adigalar Foundation. Presently KCT is an autonomous institution offering 13 under-graduate and 14 post-graduate programs in the field of technical education. The well built KCT campus spreads over an area of 150 acres of land.
- Kongu Engineering College (KEC), Erode
Established in the year 1983, Kongu Engineering College (KEC) was founded by Kongu Vellalar Institute of Technology Trust. Today KEC has completed 28 years of committed service to people all over the globe in the field of technical education. KEC comes under the top ten private engineering colleges in Tamil Nadu and also among the top 60 engineering colleges in India. Located at KEC Nagar, Erode, the Institution is spread over an area of 173 acres of land.
- Alagappa College of Technology, Chennai
Alagappa College of Technology (ACT) was established in the year 1944 offering higher education in the field of Engineering, Technology, and Allied Sciences. In the year 1978, Alagappa College of Technology was integrated with Anna University from Madras University. The University's main campus spreads over a land of 100 hectares and is situated in the southern part of the city of Chennai.