College of Engineering (COER) Roorkee Campus & Infrastructure

Roorkee (Uttaranchal)   Estd : 1998 Approved by : AICTE, MHRD Type : Private

Infrastructure

COER has a really good infrastructure with beautiful campus and offers students with modern facilities to enhance their skills and capabilities. Various facilities offered by this institute are Lecture Hall, Conference room, full stocked library to develop intellectual skills of students, laboratories to experiment on new and innovative ideas, medical centre, bank and Saloon. 

  • Area 75 Acres
  • Sports Grounds 4
  • Total Students 1500
  • Hostel Facility True

Facilities

Hostels

College of Engineering COER Roorkee, 1644 Boys hostels and 724 Girls Hostels are available for it's students with facilities including Mess, Medical Fac., Sports, wifi, Cupboards Availability, Bed, Mattress, Table, Chair

BOYS HOSTEL
No. of Hostels 6
Capacity 1644
GIRLS HOSTEL
No. of Hostels 4
Capacity 724

Students Activities & Clubs

ABHYUDAYA

That is what The Literary Committee propagates and implements in COER. It strives in developing an unbounded and strong platform to bring overall development of the students. It not only commits itself to the English language but discovers new vistas for our mother tongue-HINDI. The committee provides opportunities to students to express themselves very confidently.

Disha

The technical committee, christened ‘Disha‘ came into being, entrusted with the task of providing a stable platform to the young COERians to provide a tangible shape to their ideas. Disha officially came into force during the session 2004-05. Disha is entrusted with the responsibility of organizing Manthan, the Annual Inter College Techno-Management Fest of our college and a number of competitions catering to the aptitude and taste of almost every student.

The Technical Committee of the college is continuously associated with organizing different technical events throughout the year for the benefit of the students. Through its numerous competitions ‘Disha’ made an earnest endeavor to draw out the hidden skills of COERians, be it in displaying their expertise in quizzing or their aptitude for brush and palette or their appetite for science fiction. Presently there are 27 student members in the committee. Dr. Kamal Kapoor, Asst. Professor, Physics Department is the Convener of Disha.

Oorja

Oorja, the Cultural Committee of College of Engineering Roorkee organises various cultural events during the academic year, maintaining the norms of Indian tradition and culture as well touching global diversities of culture too. These events are organized keeping in view the students, faculty and management's collective interest of talent . OORJA proves its metal by scintillating the COER aura with the wonderful events and thrilling performances and we hope to continue this legacy of entertainment in the upcoming session too. During the organization of events, the members of committee avail opportunities of displaying resource management and corporate management skills.The Committee is run under the immense guidance of Faculty Convenors Mr. Akhil Dangwal and Mr. Pranav Bansal.

SPIC MACAY

Spic Macay - (Society for Promotion of Indian Classical Music and Culture Amongst Youth) is an international organization whose aim is to resurrect interest of youth for Indian Culture & Classical Music. COER is a center for SPIC MACAY activities under IITR Chapter. SPIC has organized programs of many national & international fame artists in COER to make students aware of rich Indian arts heritage. 
SPIC MACAY COER has thrived and shall continue to do so in the near future to come, towards its motto – “Vision…Initiation…Innovation…” leaving no nook of its Indian culture being left behind, reflecting upon its “Great Past and A Glorious Future”. The saga started with three objectives—VISION, INITIATION ANDINNOVATION. SPIC MACAY is an affirmation of a priceless cultural heritage rooted in what is essentially Indian.

Eco Club

VISION: PROMOTING STUDENT COMMUNITY TO BE A PART OF SOLUTION NOT POLLUTION.
“Like music and art, love of nature is a common language that can transcend political or social boundaries.” Eco-Club, College Of Engineering Roorkee was established in 2009, under the supervision of Dr. Romesh Kumar Sharma. The club was formed with the aim of making the students aware of environmental issues and their duties towards the nature.
Eco-club is a group of like-minded people and we focus on generating interest about resource conservation, sustainable development and other environmental issues among the student community. Over the years club has organised the following events:

  • ECO CLUB ran a campaign in the COER campus to install artificial bird nests all over the campus to make it more environments friendly.
  • The club carried out a Dustbin Drive with the object of having a ‘green campus – clean campus.
  • The club has been organizing several events in the campus since last 5 years. The aim of conducting these events is to make the students aware of their duties towards the nature.
  • The club celebrates various environment related days in the college.
  • The club played a prominent role in the Ganga Cleaning Mission in the years 2010, 2013 ,2014 and 2015.
  • The club organizes its annual festival HARITIMA with the aim to involve students in real time solution to environmental issues..
  • Cleanliness drive in the surrounding areas of the college
  • Conducts a Workshop by PETA(People for The Ethical Treatment of Animals)- India annually.
  • Conducts NATURATHON- A Nature themed Marathon event.

Karuna Club

Karuna International is a registered nonprofit service organization working to inculcate and develop human values in young students. It is proud to announce that Karuna Club ,COER Roorkee, is the first club in Uttarakhand. It aims to promotes Compassion, Kindness, Love and Respect for all the living beings and environment. It also promotes Animal Welfare, Vegetarianism and Human Values among the Student Community. The Karuna values that we inculcate in students are: Universal brotherhood (Maitry), Respect for virtuous people (Pramod), Compassion (Karuna) , Respect for all religions (Madhyastha Bhav).