To provide excellent education to meet the growing demands of industry, research and consultancy in all disciplines of Engineering by developing a conducive teaching-learning environment and to improve the quality and social standards of human life..
To lead students to strive for enrichment of the English language that will influence the communication skills between professionals nationally and internationally.
Dhirajlal Gandhi College of Technology aims to equip students with competent English skills by providing the best possible English instruction, in a nurturing environment that models integrity and excellence.
The English Department gives specialized training to students to improve communicative skills by availing the Language Lab facilities.
The prime focus in the language lab is to enhance listening and speaking skills of the students with the aid of a well equipped Language Laboratory.
The Language Learning Centre - Infrastructure:
The Department of Mathematics has been established in response to the growing requirements of the nation for skilled Engineers with a strong foundation in Mathematics. The department serves the entire student population registered under various Engineering programmes at the college by offering different papers/modules in Mathematics.
The faculty members of Mathematics are prominent scholars engaged in teaching and research in Mathematics and allied areas. The Department consists of a dedicated team that provides a nurturing milieu conducive to innovative thinking, preparing students for the twenty-first century.
To meet the growing demand for trained professionals, the Department offers software based learning for research and application purposes at the virtual Mathematics lab of DGCT.
To provide strong Mathematical background to Engineering students, enabling them to handle the Mathematical challenges of emerging technologies.
To provide the society the trained skillfull Engineers with sound Mathematical background, who are able to demonstrate the knowledge of Mathematics in their career and day today life.
The Department of Mathematics in association with Math Club organized an ISTE – Srinivasa Ramanujan Mathematical Competitions 2016 on 27th March 2016. It was an initiative event taken by ISTE to engineering college students. The ISTE – SRMC 2016 had two levels of tests namely Chapter Level and National level. In our college, 100 students were participated in the chapter level exam. This level started with giving them introduction about Eminent Mathematician Ramanujan and competitive Mathematics. From this level, 5 students were selected to participate in the national level. It was useful to the students to improve their problem solving ability within a particular time and to face their future mathematical oriented competitive online exams. Also it stimulated the divergent thinking.
The Department of Mathematics in association with Math Club organized Ramanujan Math Quest – 2016 on 1st October, 2016. It was an initiative event taken by Classle, a social learning ecosystem. It helped the school students to test themselves in understanding mathematical concepts. The Math Quest has five levels of test for three categories of students from 6th standard to 12th standard. This exam will give them confidence to attend IIT – JEE and NEET Exam. 690 School Students were registered this event from 13 schools in and around Salem.
R.Muthuraj, K. Nirmala and S.Srinivas, Influences of chemical reaction, wall properties on MHD Peristaltic transport of a Dusty Fluid with Heat and mass transfer, Alexandria Engineering Journal – Elsevier, – Annexure-II, Volume 55, 2016,597-611.
Name of the Faculty
Name of the Event
National Conference on Bridging Innovative Trends in Pure and Applied Mathematics
Bannari Amman Institute of Technology,
15th & 16th July 2016
National Conference on Mathematics and its applications
Sri Venkateswara University, Tirupathi, Andhra Pradesh
22nd & 23rd December, 2015
“ Innovation Methods in Teaching ” by Mrs.Vinola
World Wide Education Trainer
07.05.2016 to 09.05.2016
Seminar on “Mathematics and Statistics for Data Science
Coimbatore Institute of Engineering & Technology
2nd & 3rd Dec 2016
National Conference on Advanced Analysis and Differential Equations
Periyar University, Salem
FDP on Bridge Course On Mathematics
Anna University, Chennai.
National Seminar on Recent Advances of Topology in Biomedical Image Processing
Kongunadu Engg. College
04th Apr 2016
National Workshop on Fuzzy Mathematics and Graph Theory
PG Department of Mathematics
Sengunthar Arts and Science College
30th Sep 2015
FDP on Personal Effectiveness to organizational Excellence
Knowledge Business School
11th Dec 2015
Dhirajlal Gandhi College of Technology is among the foremost of institutes offering higher technical education in basic and applied research in northern part of Tamil Nadu. The Institute has several departments and advanced research centers in various disciplines of engineering and pure sciences. The department of Physics constitutes one such center for academic excellence. Since its inception, the department has engaged in imparting the quality of academic education in the highest level and has been focusing upon addressing the key scientific problems.
This department constitutes a group of qualified and efficient faculty with sound knowledge in the main areas of research. The Key research areas undertaken by faculty include Materials Science, Nanoparticles, Crystal physics, bio-Physics, Condensed matter physics, Electronics, Thermal Physics, Semi-conductor Physics, Nano-thin film Technology, ultrasonic’s and optical physics.
It possesses excellent facilities and sophisticated equipments to provide students. The Laboratory is well equipped to cater the needs of students. It has modern equipment like,
The students are instructed to learn through the experiments in the areas of optics, heat, acoustics and material science.
A separate darkroom is available to conduct experiments in spectrometer and laser.
HANDMADE VACUUM CLEANER
LASER LIGHT COMMUNICATION
VERTICAL AXIS WIND TURBINE(VAWT)
HOME SECURITY SYSTEM WITH AUTODIALER
FIBER OPTICS COMMUNICATION
WIRELESS LED LIGHTING
ELECTRONIC PLANT WATERING SYSTEM
MOBILE PHONE DETECTOR CIRCUIT
ELECTRONIC BRAKING SYSTEM
GOWTHAM RAM K
SUBASH ARVIND V M
RAM KUMAR R
AUTOMATIC ON / OFF ROOM LIGHTS AND FAN
NISHAUS SHIFANA M
MINI CURRENT GENERATOR
VENKATESH K S
PAPER PLATE SPEAKER
MANIKANDAN A S
KARTHIK L V
SPROCKET SIDE STAND RETRIEVE SYSTEM
SANJAY MANIKANDAN S
CELL PHONE PROJECTOR
KISHORE KUMAR A
DESIGN AND FABRICATION OF COMPOSITE LEAF SPRING IN LIGHT VECHICLE
SRI ABIRAMI V
WATER QUALITY CHECKER
ENERGY SAVE STREET LIGHTS
Dhirajlal Gandhi College of Technology is among the foremost of institutes offering higher technical education in basic and applied research in northern part of Tamil Nadu. The Institute has several departments and advanced research centers in various disciplines of engineering and pure sciences. The department of chemistry constitutes one such center for academic excellence. Since its inception, the department has engaged in imparting the quality of academic education in the highest level and has been focusing upon addressing the key scientific problems.
This department constitutes a group of qualified and efficient faculty with sound knowledge in the main areas of research. The Key research areas undertaken by faculty include inorganic materials, coordination chemistry, analytical chemistry, bio-inorganic chemistry, bio-organic chemistry, organometallic chemistry, synthetic organic chemistry, photochemistry, polymer science, homogeneous and heterogeneous catalysis, green chemistry and Nanochemistry.
Chemistry laboratory is spaciously built with a built up area of 2000 sq. feet in the ground floor of Main block. It is equipped with modern digital equipments pertaining to the curriculum and syllabi of Anna University, Chennai. Special attention is given to individual students by providing the required numbers of apparatus to learn the chemistry with excellence.
The important digital instruments available in the chemistry laboratory are the following:
Mr. C. S. Vijai
“Equilibrium and Kinetic Studies on Removal of Zn(II) from Aqueous Solution Using Modified Duolite XAD-761 Polymeric Resin” in Chemical Science Review and Letters , ISSN 2278-6783, 566-574
“Synthesis, XRD, Spectral and Thermal studies of SemiOrganic Nonlinear Optical Material: Bisthiourea Calciumacetate” in Proceedia of NCEADS, ISBN: 978-93-84743-37-6. Vol.01, Ch.05, pp.065-074, 2015
Mr. K. GOPINATH
“Sanitation Of Domestic Waste Water In Smart Cities” in the International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, ISSN 0973-4562 Vol.10 No. 77 (2015). (Annexure – II)
TITLE OF THE PROJECT/MODEL
NAME OF THE STUDENT
BRANCH / SEC.
NAME OF THE GUIDE
AUTOMATIC STREET LIGHT CONTROLLER
AUTOMATIC STREET LIGHT BASED ON VECHICLE MOVEMENT
B. MANOJ SENDHAS
AIR FRESHNER MADE FROM COW MANURE
FREE ENERGY MOTOR SYSTEM
KISHORE N K
IR REMOTE CONTROL SWITCH
SARAVANASABARI G D
SHARUK RAJ A
SRI VISHNU O
DHRUVI A BHALODIYA
AGILA T K
THREAD FROM COTTON
ARJUN S V
MOHAMMED FAZIL A
KINSLY RAJ G
SMOKE TO ACID , ACID TO CURRENT
SWETHA SHREE S R
YUVA SRI V
YOGA BRINDHA M
NANO THERMAL POWER PLANT
ISAI ARASAN G
EXPERIMENAL STUDY ON DEVELOPING THE STRENGTH OF CONCRETE BY PARTIAL REPLACEMENT OF CEMENT BY QUARRY GRANITE DUST
DHAVAMANI RAJ A
ELECTRCITY FROM INDUSRTIAL WASTE WATER
POWER SAVING IN COMPUTER
ABU BAKKER SIDDIQ H
KARTHIK RAJ B
FM SPY BUG
Dr.VALENTINE RUPA AP/CHEM
ARUL BHARATHI B
SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT
SRI KARTHIGA S
SHREE SRUTHI J
SWETHA SHREE M
SOLAR LIGHT MEDIATER
KEERHI LAKSHMI K
MOHAMMED JAVEED B
Dr.VALENTINE RUPA AP/CHEM
EARTH QUACK ALARM
ABHINEYA A N
SOLAR ENERGY - ASSISTED SMART CHARGER
ARUN RAJ J
MATHIVANAN A P
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