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Research & Development

Vision

To create research culture among the faculty members and students thereby nurturing innovation in Research and Development, Consultancy, Quality Publications, Patents and Entrepreneurial skills

Mission

M1: To promote research in emerging areas of Science and Technology including multidisciplinary fields

M2: To enhance publications in referred journals

M3: To collaborate with other academic and research institutes to strengthen the education and research ecosystem

M4: To encourage patenting of innovative ideas

M5: To inculcate entrepreneurial skill

Research Objectives / Goals

To promote research activities in frontier areas of science and technology

  • To enhance the research output of the institute by  research paper publication in referred journals and reputed conferences
  • To organize various workshops/ seminar/ trainings related to promotion of research
  • To promote Institute- R&D Organization- Industry Collaboration

The research policy of BEC aims to foster a vibrant research culture, promote excellence in research, and contribute to the advancement of knowledge. The policy establishes guidelines and principles for conducting ethical and high-quality research, facilitating collaboration, and ensuring the responsible dissemination and utilization of research outputs.

1.Research Governance and Support:

1.1. Research Management Structure: BEC Centre for Research is responsible for overseeing research activities, coordinating funding opportunities, and providing administrative support to researchers.

The Centre for Research will work in collaboration with all departments and committees to ensure effective research governance.

1.2. Research Infrastructure and Resources: BEC will strive to provide state-of-the-art research infrastructure, equipment, and facilities necessary to conduct cutting-edge research.

2.Research Ethics and Integrity:

2.1. Ethical Conduct: Researchers at BEC are expected to uphold the highest ethical standards in their research activities. Compliance with relevant national and international ethical guidelines and regulations is mandatory.

2.2 Publication Ethics: Researchers are expected to adhere to the highest standards of publication ethics, including the appropriate acknowledgment of contributions, avoidance of duplicate publication, and proper citation practices. Plagiarism and any form of academic misconduct in publishing will be considered a serious breach of research ethics.

2.3 Research Misconduct: BEC will not tolerate research misconduct, including plagiarism, fabrication or falsification of data, or any other form of unethical behavior.

3.Research Collaboration and Partnerships:

3.1. Collaboration Opportunities: BEC actively promotes research collaboration among its faculty members, as well as with external partners from academia, industry, and the community. Researchers will be encouraged to seek interdisciplinary collaborations and leverage external expertise to address complex research challenges.

3.2 Funding Proposal: BEC Encourages and inspire faculty members to actively pursue research projects from esteemed national funding agencies such as SERB, DBT, DST, ICSSR, UGC, and similar institutions.

4.Intellectual Property and Commercialization:

4.1. Intellectual Property Ownership: Researchers at BEC retain the intellectual property rights to their research outputs, subject to applicable laws and contractual obligations. The institution recognizes the importance of protecting researchers’ intellectual property and will support their efforts to secure patents, copyrights, or other forms of protection.

4.2. Technology Transfer: BEC encourages the commercialization and transfer of research outcomes to benefit society. Researchers will be supported in exploring potential commercialization opportunities, establishing spin-off companies, and collaborating with industry partners for knowledge exchange and technology transfer.

POLICY IMPLEMENTATION GUIDELINES

  1. Faculty members and students of BEC are expected to Engage in research that leads to high-quality publications.
  2. Faculty members of BEC are motivated to get financial support from various funding agencies.
  3. Research excellence is one of the criteria for faculty member promotion, and it will be evaluated alongside other factors.
  4. Incentives will be provided annually as per BEC-HR policy for the following research outcomes like paper publications in SCI / SCIE journals and in reputed conferences, book / book chapter publications indexed in Scopus / WoS, patents published and / or granted, research grants secured and consultancy works.

5.TA/DA for faculty members attending Conference / Workshop /Seminar will be provided as per the BEC HR Policy.

6.Financial assistance to the faculty members shall be provided for presenting paper in National/International conferences as per BEC HR Policy.

BEC expects stakeholders, including students, faculty members, industry partners, and governing bodies, to adhere to this Research Policy. By adopting these guidelines, the college aims to create a flourishing environment of Research that benefit the Institution and the Society.

Note: This policy undergoes regular review and updates to ensure its effectiveness aligns with evolving research needs and academic objectives.

Eligibility Terms and Conditions For Publication Incentives

  1. Publications over and above the yearly target for BEC appraisal / NIRF will be considered for incentive scheme.
  2. Incentives are applicable only for papers published in Web of science / Scopus indexed journals. Papers published in special issues of any journals will not be considered for incentive scheme under any circumstances.
  3. Only regular faculty members of BEC who are on the rolls can claim the incentive.
  4. Incentives are with effect from 1st June 2023 to 31th May 2024.
  5. All the publications included for incentives should be with BEC affiliation only.
  6. Faculty member of BEC must be within the first five author positions in any publication shown for incentive scheme.
  7. If the faculty member has carried out research or published paper in collaboration with the faculty from other Institute/Lab or University, can claim the cash Incentives.
  8. The policy can be withdrawn any time with or without any formal notice. BEC reserves the right to modify or bring in any amendments to this policy in whole or in part at any point of time – with or without notice.
  9. Incentives cannot be claimed by the faculty members who relieved from BEC or in notice period.
  10. If the details provided by the awardee is found to be incomplete or incorrect, the entire incentive amount has to be paid back immediately.
  11. Any Research Award/Grant/Cash Incentive cannot be claimed as a right.
  12. Decision by the Director, Principal and CEO will be final.

Incentives for Journal Publications

i) Web of Science (SCI / ESCI / SCIE / SSCI / AHCI)

S.No Author Position Incentives (Rs.)
Impact Factor between 3 and 5 Impact Factor between 2 and 2.99 Impact Factor <2
1 First / Corresponding author 15,000 10,000 6,000
2 Second Author 10,000 7,500 5,000
3 Third Author 7,500 5,000 4,000
4 Fourth/Fifth Author 5,000 3,000 2,000

ii) Scopus

S.No Author Position Incentives (Rs.)
Journal Conference Proceedings
1 First / Corresponding author 5,000 3,000
2 Any Other author 3,000 1,500
  • For every paper published in a journal with more than 5-impact factor, the first and corresponding author will get an additional incentive of Rs. 5,000/- each (Web of Science).
  • For technical papers published with National collaboration (premier institutions like IITs, IISc, NITs and other academic institutions with an NIRF ranking of less than or equal to 100) an additional incentive of Rs. 3,000/- for the first author will be given.
  • For papers with international collaboration (Top 300 QS ranked University / Institutions / Industry / Research organizations) – An additional incentive of Rs. 5,000/- for the first author and Rs. 3,000/- for the second author will be given.

Incentives for Book / Book chapter Publications

Incentives for authoring books / book chapters is applicable for the authors from BEC only. In case of multiple BEC authors, incentive will be given to the first BEC author in order as per the author list.

Incentives for Book / Book chapter Publications

S. No. Norms Incentives in Rs.
1 Text/ Reference/ Hand / research-based books with not less than 30 pages published by an international publisher like Elsevier, Springer, Wiley, Taylor & Francis and IEEE with an established peer review System and a valid ISBN. 15,000/-
2 Text/ Reference/ Hand / research-based books with not less than 30 pages published by an international publisher (other than the above publishers) with an established peer review System and a valid ISBN. 10,000/-
3 Chapters in Edited books with a valid ISBN published by any international publishers 5,000/-

Note:  Incentive for Journal/Book publications is limited to Rs. 30,000.

Incentives for Patents

Any patent filed by the faculty member of BEC shall file with Builders Engineering College as first applicant.

  1. The maintenance fee of Rs. 76,000/- will be given for granted Indian Patent.
  2. An incentive of maximum of Rs. 7,000/ for the first inventor of granted Indian Patent and a maximum of Rs. 2,000/- each will be given for the for second, third and fourth inventors (should be the faculty members of BEC).
  3. An incentive of Rs. 4,000/- will be given to the first inventor (should be the faculty members of BEC) of granted Australian utility patent.
  4. If a patent is published an incentive of Rs. 2,000 will be given to the first author and a maximum Rs. 1,000 each will be given to the second, third, fourth and fifth author.

Incentives for Research Grants

All the faculty members are encouraged to prepare and submit research proposals to funding agencies seeking funds to carry out research work. The research proposal will be scrutinized by the Research committee of the Institution and it will provide necessary guidance for modification if any in the proposal.

Incentives for Research Grants

S. No. Category Name Percentage of Share
1 Funded Research Projects from Govt. organizations, R & D Organizations, Industry, University and approved non – Govt. organizations. Principal Investigator (PI) 5 % of the received Fund after receiving the fund from Government funding agencies or international bodies.
Co – Investigator (Co-PI) 2.5 % of the received Fund after receiving the fund from Government funding agencies or international bodies.
2 Funded seminar/conference/workshop/students project Grant from Govt. organization, R&D organizations, Industry, University, and approved Non-Govt. Organization (For a minimum grant of Rs. 50, 000/-) Convener/ coordinator and Department 5 % of the seminar Grant

Policy Details

Policy Name.:               Research Policy No.: RIC_P1
With effect From.:   15.06.2023 Last revised on.: Revision no.:
 
Responsible person     DIRECTOR / RIC Contact Info   Phone No.:9842720572
Email Id: director.ric@builderscollege.edu.in
Applis
Faculty Student Alumni Parents
Staff Public   Vendor

BEC recognizes the importance of industry collaborations in fostering research and developing a qualified workforce. The collaboration between the college and industries benefits both parties. The industry gains access to skilled workers with practical training and specialized expertise, while the institute has the opportunity to work on relevant technologies and real-world problems. Additionally, such collaborations often facilitate career transitions between academia and industry.

In line with this commitment, BEC has established the following guidelines to promote and facilitate industry collaborations:

  1. Industrial Visits: BEC shall arrange industrial visits for students every year. These visits provide students with firsthand exposure to industry practices, processes, and technologies.
  2. Faculty Internships: BEC encourages faculty members to undertake one-week internships in industries every year. This experience helps faculty stay updated with industry trends and practices, enhancing the quality of education they provide.
  3. Student Internships: BEC guides students to undergo a one-month internship during their course of study. This internship enables students to apply their theoretical knowledge in practical settings, gain industry experience, and develop essential skills.
  4. Faculty Involvement in R&D: BEC motivates faculty members to participate in industry research and development (R&D) teams. This involvement facilitates collaboration on research projects, fosters innovation, and strengthens the link between academia and industry.
  5. Industry Representation: Industry experts are invited to serve as members of the Board of Studies and Governing Council at BEC. Their valuable insights and expertise contribute to the development and enhancement of the college’s curriculum and policies.
  6. Practical Knowledge Dissemination: BEC promotes the inclusion of industry experts in the delivery of education. These experts may handle specific one-credit courses, contribute to relevant subjects, or provide guidance in laboratory sessions. This approach ensures students receive practical knowledge aligned with industry requirements.
  7. Industry-Based Project Work: Final-year students at BEC are facilitated in conducting their project work in collaboration with industries. This opportunity allows students to work on real-world challenges, gain exposure to industry practices, and develop problem- solving skills.
  8. Start-ups and Centers of Excellence: BEC plans to support and encourage the establishment of start-ups and sponsored centres of excellence in all departments. This initiative fosters entrepreneurship, innovation, and industry-relevant research within the college.

BEC expects stakeholders, including students, faculty members, industry partners, and governing bodies, to adhere to this Industry Collaboration Policy (IC Policy). By embracing these guidelines, the college aims to create a thriving ecosystem of industry collaborations that benefit both the academic community and the industries it serves.

Industry Policy Details

Policy Name.:               Research Policy No.: RIC_P2
With effect From.:   15.06.2023 Last revised on.: Revision no.:
 
Responsible person     DIRECTOR / RIC Contact Info   Phone No.:9842720572
Email Id: director.ric@builderscollege.edu.in
Applis
Faculty Student Alumni Parents
Staff Public   Vendor
Research Ethics Policy

As per Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) guidelines.

Reference: https://publicationethics.org/guidance/Guidelines

Ethics Committee

S.No. Name Profession Responsibilities
1 Dr. C. Thangamani Assistant Professor, Department of Vegetable Science, Horticultural College and Research Institute -TNAU, Coimbatore Invitee
2 Dr. V. Ramaswamy Veterinay College and Research Institute (VCIR) Namakkal Invitee
3 Dr. Velusamy Medical Practitioner Nathakadaiyur Invitee
4 Mr. Utchimuthu M.E. Environmental Engineering Builders Engineering College Member
5 Dr. G. Ramasamy Retired Professor (IIT Roorkee) distinguished Professor Builders Engineering College Member
6 Dr. G. Suresh Principal Kangeyam Institute of Commerce Ex. Officio

The Research Committee is constituted to serve the interests of the faculty members and students community in competitive world.

The Composition of the Research Committee is as follows:

S.No.

Name of the Faculty

Designation & Department

Responsibilities

1

Dr. S. Ramkumar

Principal

Chairman

2

Dr. C. Venkatesh

CEO

Special Invitee

3

Dr.P.Thangaraj

Director/ RIC

Convenor

4

Dr. S.  Selvi

Dr. P.  Vishnu Raja

HoD/AI&DS

Professor/AI&DS

Member

Member

5

Dr. K. E. Viswanathan

Dr S Srividhya

HoD/CIVIL

Assistant Professor/CIVIL

Member

Member

6

Dr S.D.Prabu Ragavendiran

Dr. D. Maya

HoD/CSE

Professor/CSE

Member

Member

7

Dr. S. Kumar

Prof. V. Manimala

HoD/ECE

Professor/ECE

Member

Member

8

Dr. S. Saravanan

Dr. P. Nammalvar

HoD/EEE

Professor/EEE

Member

Member

9

Dr. P. Somasundaram

Dr. N. Sathishkumar

HoD/MECH

Professor/MECH

Member

Member

10

Dr. C. Karthikeyan

Dr. T. Prakash

HoD/S&H

Associate Professor/S&H

Member

Member

11

Dr. S.Ravishankar,

Dr. V. Paramasivam,

HoD/MBA

Professor/MBA

Member

Member

S.No.Name of the FacultyDesignation & DepartmentResponsibilities
1Dr. S. RamkumarPrincipalChairman
2Dr. C. VenkateshCEOSpecial Invitee
3Dr.P.ThangarajDirector/ RICConvener
4Dr.S.D.SudarsanExecutive Director at C-DAC Bengalurumember
5Dr.G.J.SamasthanamFormer Adviser DST, New Delimember
6Dr.V.N.MaviFormer principal research scientist F C-MET Dept. Of IT &Elegits Govt .of India Hyderabadmember
7Dr.Dandu Redha Prasada RajuFarmer Scientist ,DST , Govt of India R&D Advisor IIT Madrasmember
8Dr.Deepak gargDirector Leading India ,AI, Professor and Chair Computer Science & Engineering, Director NVIDEA ,Bennett Research Center For AImember
9Dr.Ram prabhuScientist, DRDO, Bengalurumember
  • In order to promote academic integrity and prevention of plagiarism this institution maintains strict policy with regard to the research work carried out by the faculty members and students.
  • These regulations are put in force in compliance with the vision and mission of the Institution and the Anna University regulation notified from time to time.
  • This institution mandates the regulations for assessment of academic and research work done leading to the partial fulfillment for the award of degrees at Masters and Research level, by a student or a faculty member or a researcher or a staff, in the form of thesis, dissertation and publication of research papers, chapters in books, full-fledged books and any other similar work, reflects the extent to which elements of academic integrity and originality are observed.
  • These regulations shall apply to the students, faculty members, researchers and staff of this Institution.
  • This institution uses Anna University prescribed Plagiarism software to ensure that documents submitted by students, faculty members and staff are free of plagiarism. This Anti Plagiarism software is accessible to all engaged in research work including student, faculty members, researcher and staff.
  • Every student submitting a thesis, dissertation, or any other such documents shall submit an undertaking indicating that the document has been prepared by him or her and that the document is his/her original work and free of any plagiarism.
  • Every faculty member submitting a research paper, chapters in books, full-fledged books and any other similar documents shall submit an undertaking indicating that the document has been prepared by him or her and that the document is his/her original work and free of any plagiarism.
  • The anti-plagiarism software facility is extended to the students and faculty members of BEC involved in research work leading to submission of M.E/M.Tech/PhD thesis and/or submission of research paper for publication in journal/conference.
  • The applicant is required to submit the document to the designated authority through proper channel for anti-plagiarism check. Subsequent to processing of the document by the anti-plagiarism software, the generated summary and detailed report is sent to the applicant through email.

Similarity checks for exclusion from Plagiarism:

The similarity check for plagiarism excludes the following:

  • All quoted work reproduced with all necessary permission and/or attribution.
  • All references, bibliography, table of content, preface and acknowledgements.
  • All generic terms, laws, standard symbols and standards equations.

The mechanism established and prescribed in the above code is to enhance the awareness about responsible conduct of research and academic activities, to promote academic integrity and to prevent plagiarism.

Grants Received
Name of the ProjectName of the Principal Investigator/Department of Principal InvestigatorYear of AwardAmountDuration in daysName of the Funding AgencyType (Government/
An intelligent communication
system for fishermen
Mr.T.Velmurugan
Assistant Professor
Electronics and Communication Engineering2023750090 DAYSTamil Nadu State Council for Science and TechnologyGovernment
AI based garbage
segregation dustbin to
reduce environmental
pollution
Mr. Vijayakumar.S.D
Associate Professor
Electronics and Communication Engineering2023750090 DAYSTamil Nadu State Council for Science and TechnologyGovernment
Smart waste management
system for metropolitan cities
Mrs.G.Vijayakumar,Assistant ProfessorElectronics and Communication Engineering2023750090 DAYSTamil Nadu State Council for Science and TechnologyGovernment
Estimate the crop yield using data analyticMr. Gobinath SComputer science and Engineering2023750090 DAYSTamil Nadu State Council for Science and TechnologyGovernment
Design and fabrication of automatic headlamp alignment systemMr.M.Suresh
Assistant Professor
Mechanical Engineering2023750090 DAYSTamil Nadu State Council for Science and TechnologyGovernment
Performance of coconut and
banana fibres in concrete
 Mr. Nallasamy PCivil Engineering2023750090 DAYSTamil Nadu State Council for Science and TechnologyGovernment
Name of the Project/ Endowments, ChairsName of the Principal Investigator/Co-investivatorDepartment of Principal InvestigatorYear of AwardAmount SanctionedDuration of the projectName of the Funding AgencyType  (Government/non-Government)
PCB Design and FabricationDr.S. KumarElectronics and Communication Engineering2021-20220.3214120Spectrum infotechNon-Government
Performance Improvement  in EV Battery by Updated the Balancing SystemDr.S.SaravananElectrical and Electronics Engineering2021-20220.990Jascon Energy Private LimitedNon-Government
Design, Fabrication and Analysis of a Paver Machine For Various Dimension of MouldMr.S.RaviMechanical Engineering2021-20221.1180Shri Velavaa Paver BricksNon-Government
A Study on the Impact of Free Transport Service to Women an Improving Their Standard of Living With Special Reference to Tirupur DistrictDr.G.SureshMaster of Business Administration2021-20220.07590Tamil Nadu State Council for Science and TechnologyGovernment
Performance of Palm Fibre in ConcreteDr.P.Eswaramoorthi Civil Engineering2021-20220.07590Tamil Nadu State Council for Science and TechnologyGovernment
Emergency Flying Warehouse For Medicine Supply to hospitalsMr.M.ShanmughamElectronics and Communication Engineering2021-20220.07590Tamil Nadu State Council for Science and TechnologyGovernment
Walking Stick For Visually Impaired Using Raspberry PiDr.K.RavikumarComputer and Science Engineering2021-20220.07590Tamil Nadu State Council for Science and TechnologyGovernment
Design and Fabrication of Waste CleanerDr.N.Sathish KumarMechanical Engineering2021-20220.07590Tamil Nadu State Council for Science and TechnologyGovernment

 

2020-2021

Name of the ProjectName of the Principal Investigator/
Co-investivator
Department of Principal InvestigatorYear of AwardAmount
Sanctioned in Lakhs
Duration
of the project
in days
Name of the Funding AgencyType (Government/
non-Government)
Solar powered Car with dual battery by using energy management systemDr.S.SaravananElectrical and Electronics Engineering20200.9575Jascon Energy Private LimitedNon-Government
Load reflection behaviour of reinforced AAC beamsDr.G.S.ThirugnanamCivil Engineering20201.590Renaatus Procon Private limitedNon-Government
CCTV Camera based thief identification using Raspberry Pi in neural networksMr.S.D.VijayakumarElectronics and Communication Engineering20202103Spectrum InfotechNon-Government
Manpower Management related to
Downsizing &amp; Rightsizing of GMS Elegant Builders (I) Pvt Ltd.
Dr.S.Ravi ShankarMaster of Business Administration20200.15184GMS Elegant Builders India Private Ltd.Non-Government
Mining computation to reputationDr.K.RavikumarComputer science and Engineering20202182AVEON Infotech pvt ltd., CoimbatoreNon-Government

 

2019-2020
Name of the ProjectName of the Principal Investigator/
Co-investivator
Department of Principal InvestigatorYear of AwardAmount
Sanctioned in Lakhs
Duration
of the project
in days
Name of the Funding AgencyType (Government/
non-Government)
Dam Proofing of a Basement-Rehabilitation of Basement halls of ” Ananda Aisvaram ” Apartment at TirupurDr.G.RamasamyCivil Engineering2019190URC Construction,ErodeNon-Government
Design, Assembly and Testing of HVAC Electrical PanelDr.S.SaravananElectrical and Electronics Engineering20190.19274SSS Engineerss, ErodeNon-Government
LoRaWAN Street LightMr.S.D.VijayakumarElectronics and Communication Engineering20191185M/s Enthu Technology Solutions India Private Limited, CoimbatoreNon-Government
5S Training on Quality Improvement in DPM Spinning MillsDr.G.SureshMaster of Business Administration20190.31214D.P.M. Spinning MillNon-Government
Research and Development on Machinery ErectionDr.N.SathishkumarMechanical Engineering20191305Sri Sellandiamman Oil MillNon-Government
Semantic Sequential Pattern MatchingDr.K.RavikumarComputer science and Engineering20191140SBNA Technologies, CoimbatoreNon-Government
2018-2019
Name of the ProjectName of the Principal Investigator/
Co-investivator
Department of Principal InvestigatorYear of AwardAmount
Sanctioned in Lakhs
Duration
of the project
in days
Name of the Funding AgencyType (Government/
non-Government)
IoT based Solid waste management using Z wave networkMr.S.MahendranElectronics and Communication Engineering20180.075325Tamilnadu State Council for Science and TechnologyGovernment
A study on public opinion towards
rain water harvesting with special
reference to Tirupur district
Mr.S.RavishankarMaster of Business Administration20180.075325Tamilnadu State Council for Science and TechnologyGovernment
Utilization of Stone Crusher Dust in Construction.Dr.G.RamasamyCivil Engineering20180.075325TamilNadu State Counsil for Science and Technology.Government
LoRaWAN Energy meterMr.S.D.VijayakumarElectronics and Communication Engineering20183245M/s Enthu Technology Solutions India Private Limited, CoimbatoreNon-Government
Design and Experimentation of 3D Printed Patterns and Wooden pattern for Sand Casting ProcessMr.S.RaviMechanical Engineering20183306NMVST PatternsNon-Government
Campus Cloud ConnectMr.S.GobinathComputer science and Engineering20182.5154AVEON Infotech pvt ltd., CoimbatoreNon-Government
2017-2018
Name of the ProjectName of the Principal Investigator/
Co-investivator
Department of Principal InvestigatorYear of AwardAmount
Sanctioned in Lakhs
Duration
of the project
in days
Name of the Funding AgencyType (Government/
non-Government)
Study load carrying capacity of AAC Block for wallMr.G.SrinivasanCivil Engineering20175182RPCC Building Solutions Private LimitedNon-Government
Cloud Integrated AnalysisS.D.Prabu RagavendiranComputer science and Engineering20175.5154AVEON Infotech pvt ltd., CoimbatoreNon-Government
Research Publications - Faculty
S.NoType of Publication (Journal/Conference/Book Chapter/Book)Name of the Faculty Department Title of the Journal/Conference papers or Title of the Book Chapter paper or Title of the bookName of the Journal/Conference/Book Chapter/Book for which the work is submitted
1ConferenceDr.K.SumathiCSEVirtual attendance management by facial recognition using OpenCVInternational Conference on Cyber Security, Privacy and Networking
2JournalMr.N. UtchimuthuCIVILAn Integrated Geophysics
and Geoinformatics
Approach to the Mapping
of Groundwater Potential
Zones in Upper Noyyal
River Basin, Tamilnadu, India.
Journal ofEnvironmental Protection and Ecology
3ConferenceMr.S D VijayakumarECEGPS enabled IOT based cloud interacted vehicle tracking system with a user-friendly mobile application for both Android and IOSInternational Conference on Modern Materials for Engineering and Research
4ConferenceMr.A.ThirumalaikumaranMechDesign And Fabrication of Prototype Foot Step Electricity Generator  International Conference on Management Engineering Science and Humanities
5JournalMr.A.ThirumalaikumaranMechDesign And Fabrication of Prototype Foot Step Electricity Generator  International Journal of Advance Research in Science and Engineering
6ConferenceDr.S.SELVIAI&DSUncovering Anorexia and Depression Symptoms in Social Media Using Fine-Grained Emotional RepresentationsAdvances in Physical Sciences and Materials
9JournalDr.S.SELVIAI&DSMap Reduce Based K-Means Genetic and C- Means Fuzzy Clustering Formation for Community Detection and Community ValidationIEEE
10JournalDr.S.SELVIAI&DSMap reduce-based Cascaded K-Means and Fuzzy C- Means Clustering for Community Detection and Community Validation on Big Data: A Heuristic StrategyJOURNAL OF STATISTICAL COMPUTATION AND SIMULATION
11JournalDr.S.SELVIAI&DSDeveloping a Provenance System for Outsourced Cloud Data using Blockchain Based on Smart ContractsJournal of Network and Computer Applications
12Conference/     JournalDr.S.SELVIAI&DSIntraocular Pressure Monitoring System for Glaucoma Patients Using IoT and Machine Learning MDPI RAISE ’23
13JournalDr.S.SELVIAI&DSEnhanced Water Quality Prediction  and Classification through Cloud Enabled Artificial Intelligence: A Principal Component Regression and Gradient Boosting Classifier Approach Journal of Artificial Intelligence
15JournalDr. M S Senthil KumarMech EnggTowards improved performance and lower exhaust emissions using exhaust gas recirculation coupled compression ignition engine fuelled with nano fuel blendsEnergy Sources, Part A: Recovery, Utilization, and Environmental Effects
16JournalDr. M S Senthil KumarMech EnggEffect of Nanomaterials on Tribological and Mechanical Properties of Polymer Nanocomposite MaterialsAdvances in Materials Science and Engineering
17JournalDr. M S Senthil KumarMech EnggSAE Technical PapersSAE Technical Papers
18JournalDr. M S Senthil kumarMech EnggNatural Fibers Filled Hybrid Epoxy Composites Through Experimental ModellingJournal of Testing and Evaluation
19JournalDr. M S Senthil KumarMech EnggThe Effect of Ceramic Fillers on the Mechanical Properties of Composites Made of Hybrid Natural Fibers with EpoxyCOMPOSITES COMMUNICATIONS
20JournalMs.P.BrindhaAI&DSMachine Learning-based Crop Suitability Prediction and Fertiliser Recommendation System2023 4th International Conference on Electronics and Sustainable Communication Systems (ICESC)
21JournalDr.P.EswaramoorthiCIVILCharacterization and energy evaluation analysis of agro biomass briquettes produced from Gloriosa superba wastes and turmeric leave wastes using cassava starch as a binderBiomass Conversion and Biorefinery
22ConferenceDr.M.ManiLibraryUse Patten on Electronic Information Resources by the Students of Theni Kammavar Sangam College of Arts and Science, Theni, Tamilnadu: A Case StudyInternational Conference on “Multidisciplinary Approaches in Web and Open Educational Resources: Opportunities and Challenges’ 
23JournalDr Maya DCSEMachine learning Model for diabetes predictionHinwes Science and Engineering
24ConferenceDr A.VasantharajECEDevelopment of an Intelligent Clinical Decision Support System Using Deep Learning and Data Analytic TechniquesNational Conference on Revolutionary Applications of Neutraceuticals and Functional Foods as next-generation metabolites
26JournalsDr.S.SrividhyaCIVILInfluence of basalt fibres on the flexural performance of hypo sludge reinforced  concrete beams with SBR latex Computers and ConcreteStructural Engineering  Mechanics
26JournalsDr.S.SrividhyaCIVILInfilled steel tubes as reinforcement in lightweight reinforcement in lightweight concrete columns: An experimental investigation and image processing analysisComputers and Concrete
27ConferenceV.ManimalaECEExperimental study on THz-FSS structures using SIW TechnologyIEEE International Conference on Recent Advances in Science & Engineering Technology (ICRASET-2023)
29JournalDr. P. SakthivelS&H – ChemistryA vacuum pressure sensor based on graphene/ZnO nanorod Schottky junctionCarbon Letters
30JournalDr. S. D. Prabu ragavendiranCSETask offloading and Trajectory control techniques in Unmanned Aerial Vehicle(UAV) with IOT – An Exhaustive ReviewUGC Care Journal
31JournalDr. S. D. Prabu ragavendiranCSEDevelopment of a prototype application for P2P real-time communication between browsers using Web RTCUGC Care Journal
32JournalV.ManimalaECENext-Generation Terabit Wireless Communication: Advancements Beyond 6GMicrowave Journal
34JournalDr.K.E.ViswanathanCIVILCharacterization of nano fly ash and study on durability properties of nano fly ash embedded concreteMateria-Rio De Janeiro
Title of paperName of the author/sDepartment of the teacherName of journalISSN numberINDEXED/LISTED
Optimizing 28 GHz MIMO Antenna Design for Enhanced Mobile ConnectivityMrs. V. Manimala,
Ms. R. Preethi
ECEInternational Journal of Innovative Research in Science, Engineering and Technology (IJIRSET)(ISSN 2319 – 8753)Google scholar
An Intelligent Communcation System for FishermanMr. T. VelmuruganECEInternational Journal of Innovative Research in Science, Engineering and Technology (IJIRSET)(ISSN 2319 – 8753)Google scholar
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