Sri Krishna College of Engineering and Technology (SKCET) offers undergraduate and postgraduate programs in the field of technology and computer applications. The Institute has secured 2nd rank in Swachhta National Ranking 2018 and is the nodal centre for conducting Smart India Hackathon. SKCET is one among the Top 150 Engineering Institutions in NIRF Ranking 2019.
Alumni are working in prestigious organizations like HSBC Ltd, Aviva life insurance Company, IBM, and Infosys. The campus premises consist of exclusive building blocks for engineering, MCA and MBA students and facilities like Library, laboratories, Sports and Computers labs. The faculty and students have published 30 patents and filed 48 patents till date. Additionally, SKCET has published a total of 1395 research papers in refereed journals.
|Established | Type||1998 | Private (Autonomous)|
|Accreditation||NAAC: ‘A’ grade (3.42 out of 4 scale)|
|Campus Area||41.5 acres|
|Courses offered||UG: 7 | PG: 9 | Ph.D.: 7|
|Total Faculty||354 (incl. 79 Ph.D. holders)|
|Total Students||UG: 4320 | PG: 696|
|Total Placement offers||1383 (till March 2019)|
|Admission Criteria||Entrance Test|
Tabulated below are the academic programs offered by the Sri Krishna College of Engineering and Technology under various disciplines:
|B.E./ B.Tech||Mechanical Engineering||Intermediate graduates with Mathematics, Physics, and Chemistry as three compulsory subjects.|
|Electronics & Communication Engineering|
|M.E.||Applied Electronics||Bachelor’s degree in relevant discipline|
|Ph.D.||Mechanical Engineering||Master’s degree in relevant discipline|
|Computer Science & Engineering|
|Electrical & Electronics Engineering|
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The students fulfilling the eligibility criteria must appear in the state level entrance exam namely TNEA (Tamil Nadu Engineering Admission). Candidates need to register their basic details like personal and contact details. Students can obtain the prospectus and application form in person from the college campus. Duly-filled applications must be sent by registered post or submitted in person to the college office.
Listed below is the admission procedure to be followed by the students seeking admission in the college:
Step 1: Registration
Candidates will require to register on the official website of the college using their basic details like name, father’s name, address, mobile number, and e-mail. One must provide a correct mobile number as all the communication for TNEA counseling will be made through it.
Step 2: Payment of Counseling Fees
Having registered successfully, the student needs to pay the application fee as per their respective category. The fees for general candidate is INR 400 whereas INR 250 is for SC and ST candidates.
Step 3: Submission of Form
Candidates must verify their details filled in the application form as no corrections will be allowed in later stages. After verifying all the details, the candidate can submit the completely filled application form.
Step 4: Allotment of registration number
Candidates will be allotted a random 10-digit number after their registration is completed. The purpose of the random number of TNEA is to help break the tie between candidates even after exhausting all rules.
Step 5: Document Verification
All those candidates who have successfully submitted the application form and has been allotted random number are required to report at TNEA facilitation centers for document verification.
Step 6: Preparation of merit list
The conducting authority of TNEA will prepare a merit list on the basis of marks in Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics. Marks scored by a candidate in PCM will be calculated out of 100 with the break-up of 100 marks for Mathematics and 50 marks each for Physics and Chemistry. Physics and Chemistry subjects carry equal weightage.
Step 7: Counselling
Shortlisted candidates will be called for TNEA counseling at the allotted centers. Candidates are also required to submit an initial fee of INR 5000 (INR 1000 in case of SC/ST) towards college admission. Students must fill choices in order of their preference and should enter as many choices as they can for higher chances of getting a seat in the college.
Step 8: Seat Allotment Result
The allotment of seat will be made solely on the basis of merit list prepared by DOTE, choices filled and category of the candidate. Candidate has to log in to their TNEA account to see the result of seat allotment.
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The placement cell of Sri Krishna College of Engineering and Technology plays an important role in guiding the students for successful placements. It organizes pre-placement activities like seminars, expert talks, mock interviews, workshops to boost the students for the placement drive. The institute is known to have an exemplary record of placement with top-notch companies.
Tabulated below are the placement statistics of Sri Krishna College of Engineering and Technology of the past few years:
|Year of Placement||% of placement||Highest CTC||Average CTC|
|2019||93.6||28 LPA||3.92 LPA|
|2018||89.4||14.67 LPA||3.8 LPA|
|2017||86.5||14 LPA||3.4 LPA|
In 2019, students were offered customized training based on their career choices. A total of 573 students were able to get 711 job offers in 248 companies including Multinational companies. The highest salary package of INR 28 LPA was bagged by the students with an average package of 3.92 LPA.
Some of the major recruiters include Aditya Birla Fashion & Retail, Accenture, Ashok Leyland, AstraZeneca, Bosch, Coding Mart, Amazon, Infoview, Juspay, PayPal, Trimble, Verizon, Cognizant, Hyundai, Infosys, TVS Tyres, etc.
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