Chennai,Tamil Nadu - 600 025
Academic Session Starts in July.
System Of Examination is Semester
Admission Criteria is TNCPEE
Admission Procedure : Admission on the basis of TNCPEE; Application forms - Admission Office/Registrar, Anna University; Completed Applications - Secretary, TNCPEE
Minimum Eligibility: Passed 10+2 examination with Physics and Mathematics as compulsory subjects along with one of the Chemistry / Biotechnology / Biology
|Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering||35|
|Electrical & Electronics Engineering||60|
|Electronics & Communication Engineering||60|
|Computer Science & Engineering||60|
Other CoursesCollege of Engineering (Anna University) - Guindy
Master of Technology (M.Tech) |
(2 Years / Full Time)
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Director: Prof. Dr. P KALIRAJ .
Total Faculty: 478
Faculty : Student ratio 1:4.1 The Faculty Student ratio is not Class Size. It tells the total number of students for each teacher. Eg: If the ratio is 1:5, there are 5 students for each teacher at the college.
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The College of Engineering, Guindy (CEG) in Chennai, India, is India’s oldest engineering and technical institution established in 1794. Today it is one of the four constituent colleges of Anna University and one of the most prestigious and highly selective Engineering schools in the country. The students studying here constitute some of the brightest minds in the country and they are recognized globally for this aspect. It was started in May 1794 as a School of Survey and established as a college in 1859 under the Madras University, and is one of the oldest technical institutes in the world. This institution has the unique distinction of having introduced B.E. Degree Courses in Mechanical Engineering in 1894, Electrical Engineering in 1930, Telecommunication and Highway Engineering in 1945 Printing Technology in 1983 and Geoinformatics in 1992. It was the first institution in South India to establish a Computer Centre - as early as 1963.