Mandatory Disclosure Updated on 31.03.2022
1. Approval Informations
AICTE File No. : Southern/1-9317520794/2021/EOA
Date & Period of Last approval : 10.07.2021 & 2021-2022
2. Institution Details
Name of the Institution : E.G.S. PILLAY ENGINEERING COLLEGE(AUTONOMOUS)
Address of the Institution : Old Nagore Road, Thethi, Nagore Post, Nagapattinam, Tamil Nadu.
City & Pin code : Nagapattinam - 611002
State/UT : Tamil Nadu
Phone number with STD code : 04365 – 251112
Fax number with STD code : 04365 – 251114
Office hours at the Institution : 8.45 A.M. to 5.00 P.M.
Academic hours at the Institution : 09.00 A.M. to 05.00 P.M.
Email : principal@egspec.org
Website : www.egspec.org
Nearest Railway Station (dist in Km) : Nagore Junction; 2 KMS
Nearest Airport (dist in Km) : Tiruchirappalli ; 120 KMS
3. Type of Institution
Type of Institution : Private-Self Financed
Category (1) of the Institution : Non Minority
Category (2) of the Institution : Co-Ed
4. Name of the organization running the Institution
Name of the organization running the Institution : G.S. Pillay & Sons Charitable and Educational Trust
Type of the organization : Trust registered under Trust act
Address of the organization : 47, Perumal Sannathi Street, Nagapattinam, Tamil Nadu. 611 001
Registered with : Sub Registrar, Nagapattinam
Website of the Organization : www.egspec.org
5. Name of the Affiliating University
Name of the affiliating University : Anna University, Chennai
Address : Guindy, Chennai – 600 025.
Website : www.annauniv.edu
Latest affiliation period : 2021 - 2022
6. Name of Principal / Director
Name of Principal / Director : Dr. S. RAMABALAN
Exact Designation : Principal
Phone number with STD code : 04365 – 251112
FAX number with STD code : 04365 – 251114
Email : principal@egspec.org
Highest Degree : Ph. D.
Field of specialization : CAD/CAM, Mechanical Engineering
7. Governing Board Members
S.No Name and Designation Category
1 Mrs. S. Jothimani
Chairman,
G.S. Pillay & Sons Charitable and Educational Trust, Nagapattinam – 611 001.
Management
2 Thiru. S. Senthil Kumar,
Secretary,
G.S. Pillay & Sons Charitable and Educational Trust, Nagapattinam – 611 001.
Management
3 Thiru. S. Arulprakasam
Trustee - Member
G.S. Pillay & Sons Charitable and Educational Trust, Nagapattinam – 611 001.
Management
4 Thiru. S. Govindasamy
Trustee - Member
G.S. Pillay & Sons Charitable and Educational Trust, Nagapattinam – 611 001.
Management
5 Thiru. S. Paramesvaran
Trustee - Member
G.S. Pillay & Sons Charitable and Educational Trust, Nagapattinam – 611 001.
Management
6 Thiru. S. Sankar Ganesh
Trustee - Member
G.S. Pillay & Sons Charitable and Educational Trust, Nagapattinam – 611 001.
Management
7 Dr.(Prof.) J.P. Singh Joorel
UGC Nominee
8 The Regional Officer,
AICTE Southern Regional Office,
Chennai – 600 006.
AICTE Regional Officer
9 University Nominee
Anna University,
Chennai – 600 024
Nominated by University
10 Registrar, Anna University,
Chennai – 600 025.
Nominated by Anna University
11 The Commissioner of Technical Education
Directorate of Technical Education,
Guindy, Chennai – 25
Commissioner of Technical Education
12 Dr. R. Vijayan
Associate Professor of Mech. Engg,
Government college of Engg, Salem – 11.
Nominated by State Government
13 Prof. Dr. K. Raghukandan
Retd. Dean
Annamalai University, Chidambaram
Nominated by Governing Body
14 Dr. S. Krishnamohan
Prof. & Dean
E.G.S. Pillay Engineering College, Nagapattinam.
Senior Faculty
14 Dr. M. Chinnadurai
Prof. & Controller of Examinations
E.G.S. Pillay Engineering College, Nagapattinam.
Senior Faculty
15 Dr. S. Ramabalan, Principal,
E.G.S. Pillay Engineering College, Nagapattinam.
Principal & Member Secretary
8. Academic Council Members
S.No. CATEGORY DESIGNATION NAME
1 Chairman Principal Dr. S. Ramabalan
2 Heads of the Departments 1. HOD - EEE Dr. V. Mohan
3 2. Dean - Mechanical Dr. S. Krishnamohan
4 3. HOD – CSE Dr. M. Chinnadurai
5 4. HOD – CIVIL Dr. S. Anand Kumar Varma
6 5. HOD – IT Dr. S. Manikandan
7 6. HOD – ECE Dr. B. Padmanaban
8 7. HOD – BME Dr. R. Ganesan
9 8. HOD – S & H Dr. E. Edward Anand
10 9. HOD – MBA Dr. R. Karthi
11 10. HOD – MCA Dr. J. Vanitha
18 17. Controller of Examinations Dr. M. Chinnadurai
19 Two Teachers of the
college
1. Professor – Mechanical Dr. G. Gurumoorthi
20 2. Professor – CSE Dr. G. Ganesan
21 Experts nominated by Governing Body Professor,
Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Thiagarajar College of Engineering, Madurai - 625 015.
Dr. S. Baskar
22 Professor,
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur - 208016.
Dr. J. Ramkumar
23 Principal,
Sri Sai Ram Institute of Technology, Sairam College Road, Sai Leo Nagar, Tambaram West, Chennai – 600 044
Dr. K. Palanikumar
24 General Manager,
International Procurement Services, Mercedes-Benz India Private Limited, E-3, MIDC Chakan, Phase III, Chakan Industrial Area, Kuruli&Nighoje, Taluka :Khed, Pune - 410 501.
Mr. S. Venkatanarayanan
25 Vice President - Virtusa,
Vice President - Virtusa, Bengaluru, Karnataka, India.
Mr. Chandrasekhar Chenniappan
26 Three nominees of the Anna University, Chennai Professor and Chairman (Retd),
Faculty of Civil Engineering, Anna University – Chennai, Chennai- 600 025.
Dr.K.Ilamparuthi
27 Former Professor,
Department of Industrial Engineering, Anna University – Chennai, Chennai- 600 025.
Dr. P. Shahabudeen
28 Professor,
Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, National Institute of Technology, Tiruchirappalli - 620 015.
Dr. S. Sudha
29 Member Secretary/ Academic Council (Nominated by the Principal) Professor – CSE & Controller of Examinations Dr. M. Chinnadurai
9. Executive Component :

Organization Chart and Process

Name Responsibilities
Dr. S. Ramabalan Principal
Prof.Dr. S. Krishnamohan Dean (Mechanical Building Sciences)
Prof. Dr. N. Ramananujam Dean (Science & Humanities)
Dr. S. Chandrasekar Training and Placement cell
Dr .M. Chinnadurai COE, IQAC Coordinator
All HOD's Academic Affairs

Functions of key Administrative positions

  • Governing Council:
    • Frame Directive principles and policies.
    • Amend and approve policies from time to time.
    • Approve Budgets.
  • Chairman/Secretary:
    • To look after the overall development of institute.
    • Mobilize external resources to strengthen the institute.
    • Plan and provide for necessary facilities/equipment for development.
    • Instill confidence and devotion in every member of the institute.
  • Principal:
    • Design and define organization structure.
    • Define and delegate responsibilities of various position in the organization.
    • Ensure periodic monitoring and evaluation of various processes.
    • Ensure effective purchase procedure.
    • Define quality policy and objectives.
    • Prepare annual budget.
    • Employer recruitment process.
    • Initiate supplementary teaching measures.
    • Compliance with AICTE and University.
  • Academic Coordinators:
    • NBA documentation
    • Arranging remedial classes for weaker students.
    • Bridge course for freshers
    • Managing the alumni affairs.
    • Monitoring of lectures and practicals.
    • Student academic counseling.
    • Collective attendance of students.
    • Master time-table.
    • Conduction of internal tests.
    • Student’s feedback.
    • Managing alumni survey, employer survey and exit survey.
    • Institute website management.
    • Staff selection.
  • Student Affairs Coordinators:
    • Housekeeping including hostels.
    • Maintaining a ragging free campus.
    • To ensure discipline in and outside the institute.
    • Organizing students counseling and other related activities.
    • Liaison with parents/guardians about their progress and problems in consultation with Dean (Academic)
    • Staff selection.
  • Training and Placement Officer:
    • Liaison with industries.
    • Identify and provide for training needs of students.
    • Arrange campus interviews.
    • Proposing annual T & P budget .
    • Facilitate carrier guidance to students.
  • R&D Coordinator:
    • Admission (Ph.D.) & course work registration.
    • Various faculty and staff development programmes for qualification upgradation.
    • To monitor the effective utilization of funds of externally funding projects.
    • Shall maintain and update record of research publications.
    • To ensure sponsoring of faculties for attending conferences/ seminars/ workshops as per the institute norms.
  • Head of the departments:
    • Plan and ensure academic activities of the department.
    • Maintain disciplines and culture in the department.
    • Maintain the department neat and clean.
    • Pick and promote strengthens of students/ faculty/staff
    • Propose department budget
    • Maintain records of departmental activities and achievement

    EGSPEC has a perfect decentralization of activities and delegation of authorities which has proven itself to be a key concept in the success achieved by the institute on different counts.
    Involvement of each and everyone in the decision-making and the transparency associated therein also form the important features of the work culture.
    The institute functions with perfect decentralized administration as depicted in figure that has complete transparency in the decision making process.

10. Student Feedback on Institutional Governance/faculty performance

A student feedback mechanism is available in the institution. Once in a semester, the students provide the feedback of staff in the prescribed format.

11. Grievance redressal mechanism for faculty, staff and students
  • System for Redressal of grievances of faculty, staff and students
  • The management of the college follows an open system of administration and grievances from staff and students are given the utmost attention.
  • Complaints and suggestion boxes are kept at a number of places in the campus and also in the hostels.
  • The suggestions and complaints are carefully looked into and remedial measures undertaken. Responses are also publicized through notice boards.
  • In case of indiscipline, a committee appointed by the principal enquires into the matter by calling witnesses and recommendations are made about the action to be taken by the management.
  • Grievances regarding the staff in terms of salary, promotions etc., are carefully looked into by the HR department in consultation with the Principal and remedial measures taken.
  • Class Committee meetings are held in which grievances of students are taken note of and remedial measures taken.
  • A student welfare officer looks into the welfare of the students and advises the management for necessary action.
14. Admission Quota
Admission Quota : Engineering & Technology
Entrance Test/ Admission Criteria : No Entrance Test in Tamil Nadu.
Admission based on the marks obtained in +2 Examinations
(Physics + Chemistry + Mathematics)
Lowest cutoff marks in Previous year : Click here
Fees in rupees : Accredited Courses Rs. 55,000/-
Non Accredited Courses Rs. 50,000/-
Number of Fee Waivers offered :
Year No. of Students
2020-21 14
Admission Calendar : June to May
PIO Quota : No
Admission Quota : Master of Business Administration
Entrance Test/ Admission Criteria : A pass in any Bachelor’s Degree (3 Years) from a recognized university Admission based on TANCET Entrance Score
Fees in rupees : Rs. 25,000/- per semester
Number of Fee Waivers offered : Not Applicable
Admission Calendar : May to June
PIO Quota : No
Admission Quota : Master of Computer Applications
Entrance Test/ Admission Criteria : Admission based on TANCET Entrance test and Maths subject in +2 or any degree
Fees in rupees : Rs. 25,000/- per semester
Number of Fee Waivers offered : Not Applicable
Admission Calendar : May to June
PIO Quota : No
15. Infrastructural Information
  • Class Room
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Electrical and Electronics Engineering
  • Electronics and Communication Engineering
  • Computer Science and Engineering Information Technology
  • Civil Engineering
  • Bio-Medical Engineering
  • Master of Business Administration and Master of Computer Applications
  • First Year
  • Library
  • Auditorium
  • Seminar & Conference Halls
  • Sports Facility
  • Buildings
  • Hostel
  • Medical Facility
  • Placement Training
  • Satellite Live Lecture
  • Cafeteria
  • Transport Facility
  • Academic Facility
  • Wi-fi Facility
16. Academic Sessions
Academic Sessions Engineering & Technology
Examination System, Year /Semester Semester Pattern @ Two semesters per year
Period of declaration of results within 1 – 2 months after closure of examinations
Academic Sessions Master of Business Administration
Examination System, Year /Semester Trimester Pattern @ Three semesters per year
Period of declaration of results within 1 – 2 months after closure of examinations
Academic Sessions Master of Computer Applications
Examination System, Year /Semester Semester Pattern @ Two semesters per year
Period of declaration of results within 1 – 2 months after closure of examinations
17. Counselling / Monitoring
Counseling / Monitoring Regular Counseling for students by Class advisors and mentors once every week
Career Counseling Done during faculty advising regularly and also by department Placement coordinators
Medical facilities A Medical Room is provided in the Institute and Hostel equipped with a doctor & team. In addition to that we have tie up with hospitals at Nagapattinam
Student Insurance All Students are covered under Insurance Scheme with National Insurance.
Sum assured Rs. 1,00,000/- for the parent of the student who pays fees for the student Rs. 10,000/- for Hospitalization and Medical Expense.
18. Students Activity Bodies

Hostel Details

Hostels No. of Rooms No. of Students Accommodated
Hostel For Boys: 120 106
Hostel For Girls: 40 100

Library Details

  • Our institute Library is the main source of knowledge, which is an integral and important part of our institute for higher learning.
  • The central library is housed in a four-storied building located on the eastern side of the main building. The total area of the library is 1120 sq.m. It is well equipped with reference books, textbooks, journals, magazines and newspapers etc.
  • All the books are bar-coded and bar-code laser scanners are used at the circulation counter for book transactions. Seating capacity of the library is 300.
  • The Library provides Online Public Access Catalogue (OPAC) service to its users in addition to the other usual services and photocopying and printing facilities.
  • A CCTV surveillance system with 10 cameras is functioning in the library.
  • 25 terminals with headphones and mikes are available in the Digital Library section with internet access facility to facilitate access to the DELNET, NPTEL, e_books and IEEE ASPP online resources.
  • The library has a wireless access point to enable faculty and students to browse the Net inside the library premise.
  • The library aims to stock all the books and periodicals that the students and staff members are expected to read and enrich their knowledge.
  • Our institute is a member in National Digital Library and our faculty members and students have registered in NDL.

List of e-journal packages

Sl. No. Name of the e-Journal publisher Name of the relevant courses
1. EEE ASPP Online 179 Journals with back files for 2005 Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Telecommunications and related disciplines.

Library Committee

Name Designation Position
Dr. M. Chinnadurai Professor Chairman
Dr. B. Shanmugam Librarian Convener
  • To review and make recommendations for the purchase of books and journals.
  • To review the performance of the library in supporting and assisting scholarly activities.
  • To monitor technical developments (such as automation or computerization) for the library.
  • To consult with and to advise appropriately on library budget matters.
  • To receive recommendations from Departments and Deans for upgradation of the library resources.

Placement and Training

The Placement and Training Cell of EGSPEC is provided with a well-equipped training facility and separate, well-furnished rooms for interviews and counselling. The main objective is to organize campus interviews for final year students with industries and business houses of repute from all over India and to prepare students to face campus.

The Placement and Training Cell understands the career objectives of students keeping in mind the current trends in the competitive world. In this respect its mission is to impart multiple skills to students by organizing various skill development and career counselling programmes and workshops.

The Placement and Training Cell Organizes various of training program for the students with the help of in house experts and experts drawn from professional agencies. The activities are proved exceptionally useful in shaping the career of the student. The Staff members of the placement Cell together as a team in determining the students to the requirements of various industries. Several Career guidance program, reasoning tests, aptitude tests, Puzzle Solving, Group Discussions, Mock Interviews, Brain Storming Sessions, Core Discussion, Pick and Speak, Communication Skills and sharing their experiences etc., are organized on regular basis in order to motivate and develop the personality of the students.

Training activities are organized throughout the year in an effort towards preparing the prospective students for the campus selection programmes.

Training and Placement Committee

Name Designation Position
Dr. S. Chandrasekar Placement Director & CEO Director
  • The committee shall organize campus placement & training programmes for various companies with the coordination of the TPO.
  • Off campus placement also organized based on companies preference.
  • The Training and Placement committee arranges career guidance programmes (CGP), soft skills programmes, personality development programmes through external experts. Such programmes are arranged for the students to develop their communication skills and to build their self-confidence. Also trainings in aptitude and in C, C++ language are arranged to improve their technical knowledge. Before the campus interviews, mock interviews are conducted to enhance the skills of the students and to motivate them in order to enable them to face the interviews successfully. The pre-final year students are also trained with the help of expertise of final year students (already placed).
  • MOUs have been signed with reputed companies for soft skills, guest lectures, industrial visits, project guidance and recruitments.

Planning and Monitoring Board

S.No Name Position Chairman / Member Category Present Professional position/ Occupation
1 Dr. S. Ramabalan Chairman Principal of the college Principal
  • The college shall have a duly constituted Planning and Monitoring Board asprescribed in the Regulations to formulate long term and short-term developmentprogrammes for the college to achieve academic excellence in tune with the policiesof the University.
  • The college shall have a duly constituted Planning and Monitoring Board asprescribed in the Regulations to formulate long term and short-term developmentprogrammes for the college to achieve academic excellence in tune with the policiesof the University.
  • The college shall have a ‘Training and Placement Cell’ to take care of training andplacement requirements of the students, as prescribed in the Regulations
  • The Planning and Monitoring Board (PMB) shall have a minimum of seven members,including the Chairman. All other members will be nominated by the Chairmanexcept the University nominee
  • The constitution of the PMB will be as follows :
    • Principal of the College – Chairman
    • Two senior faculty members of the college
    • Senior faculty from University / other college
    • Two industrial experts in the field of Engineering / Technology
    • An expert in the area of Architecture / Civil Engineering

The Planning and Monitoring Board meeting shall be convened not less than twice a year and the interval between two consecutive meetings should not be more than six months

Functions:

  • The planning and monitoring committee review the academic and other related activities of the college, review the students, faculty development programmes, visualize and formulate perspective plans for the development and growth of the college
  • Formulate Master Plan for campus development, facilitating implementation of theprovision of the perspective plan, draw new schemes of development for the college, plan for resource mobilization through industry interaction, consultancy and extra-muralfunding
  • To promote research and extension activities in the college campus, promote teaching innovations and student placement programmes, plan for sustaining the quality of education, quality improvement and accreditation of thecollege
  • Recommend schemes to promote participation of academic departments in community development activities in the region and to consider such other activities for furtherance of academic excellence
19. Name of the Information Officer for RTI
Name of the Information Officer for RTI : Dr. M. CHINNADURAI
Designation : Controller of Examinations
Phone Number with STD Code : 04365 – 251112
Fax Number with STD Code : 04365 – 251114
Email : admin@egspec.org