Mepco Schlenk Engineering College Campus & Infrastructure

Sivakasi (Tamil Nadu)   Estd : 1984 Approved by : NAAC, ISO, NBA, AICTE Type : Private

Infrastructure

MSEC has almost 19 academic blocks, 7 hostels, a P.G. Block, hostel for foreign students, extension of Staff Quarters for all cadres, primary and Secondary Schools, health centre, shopping complex, swimming pool, recreation hall, children's park. Moreover, extraordinary Sporting facilities with an Indoor stadium and Gymnasium, air-conditioned Seminar Hall, Conference Hall, Interview Hall facilities, language lab, Mathematics lab, mineral water plant within the campus with a capacity of 10,000 litres per day, internet and Campus wide Network, and full time resident medical officer, staff nurse and a Pharmacist have been appointed to look after the health problem of the students are rendered by the college campus.

  • Area 151 Acres
  • Buit up area 24 Acres
  • Total Students 1066
  • Hostel Facility True

Facilities

Hostels

Mepco Schlenk Engineering College Mepco Schlenk Engineering College Sivakasi, 1370 Boys hostels and 1123 Girls Hostels are available for it's students with facilities including Canteen, Gym, Mess, Lib, Medical Fac., Shopping, wifi, Cupboards Availability, Curtains, Bed, Mattress, Electrical Appliances, Table, Chair, Laundry, Tv room, Badminton Court, TT Room, Carom Board, Volleyball Ground, Recreation Room, Visitor Room, Power Backup, Hot Water, Cold Water

BOYS HOSTEL
No. of Hostels 5
Capacity 1370
Annual Fee 18000.0
GIRLS HOSTEL
No. of Hostels 4
Capacity 1123
Annual Fee 6000.0

Students Activities & Clubs

MEPCO PHOTOGRAPHIC CLUB

An air conditioned dark room, two SLR Cameras Yashica FX3 super 2000 & Nikon FM2 with normal zoom lenses and wide angle lens,close up lens set,filters., KODAK DLR Camera, METZ flash, camera stand, etc., are available. • The club gives training for the students in handling cameras, developing, printing and enlarging of B/W films. • The club library provides various books on Photography for the students. • The club conducts Exhibition, Photo Contests, Video classes and Quiz competitions on Photography for students. • Photographs of all our College functions are taken by our club. • The club help to develop the softskill related to animation and editing. • Photographs for College Publications like Bulletin, Prospectus, Souvenir, Placement brochure, etc.,are provided by the club. • The club members won several prizes and certificates in many State level competitions

Microsoft club

The Microsoft Student Partners (MSP) is a program where, students who are passionate about technology, ready to share their knowledge with others and want to develop skills outside their field of classroom study, are encouraged to undertake a number of activities on campus. As a part of Microsoft Student Partner Program, Microsoft Student Partners of each college start and run a Microsoft Campus Club in their respective colleges.

Maths club

Maths Club was inaugurated on 30.10.1996. The objective of the club is to promote more Mathematical Knowledge applicable to Engg. and Tech. and applied sciences among students. The mathematical magazine, Mathematics world, is also being published by the Mathematics Club. The Maths club memebers celebrated the year 2000 the world Mathematics year, by conducting an open house Puzzles exhibition, Puzzles 2000, a unique entertainment of this kind. 

Our Maths club makes the students to enrich their math vocabulary and also makes them to gain insight into application of Mathematics in Engineering and applied sciences. The prime motive of our club is “Eliminating the fear of Mathematics and creating a passion for the subject”. Hope, we are achieving those things through Maths Club.

Renewable Energy Club

Robotics club

Robotics Club is a body of passionate students at MSEC that provide not only resources and technical knowledge to make stuff but also develop the critical imagination and innovation skills needed to encapsulate an idea into reality. Robotics has been chosen as the base word because this is the branch of technology that deals with the design, construction, operation, structural disposition, manufacture and application of robots which uses ideas and concepts from nearly all segments of engineering. The concept and creation of autonomously operating machines dates back a long time, but credible research into the functionality and potential uses of robots did not grow substantially until the 20th century and today, robotics is a rapidly growing field, as we continue to research, design and build new robots that serve various practical purposes including domestic, commercial and military. Having said that, the Robotics Club of MSEC strives hard to kindle interest in the field of robotics and embedded system design among the students of the institute.

Innovative Club

Necessity is not only the mother of Invention but also of Innovation. Innovative and creative ideas are the means to thrive in this world. The main aim of this club is to create intuition in terms of creative design ideas in various fields in an aesthetic approach. Innovative club assists students and also encourages young talents minds, by providing them a perfect platform for show casing their talents, work together as teams and participate in various competitions. It also serves to provide the sudents a platform to excel in their specialized area of interest. Since then the introduction of the club a decade back during 2005, it is serving as a platform to showcase and build up the student talents in their own streams.

 AIM AND OBJECTIVES

  • To motivate students to bring out their design talents in various streams.
  • To provide platform to realize and believe in themselves.
  • To build up great orators and improve their creative leadership skills
  • To empower the students to become young entrepreneurs.
  • To create an innovative environment for the students to discover, develop, deploy and express their skills and talents

Rifle club

Our mission is to promote and expand the college shooting program at Mepco Schlenk Engineering College. We aim to help establish various shooting sports as lifelong passions both recreationally and competitively. We seek to reach out to the entire student body and enable active participation for the largest possible number of students in a safe and informed setting. We strive to promote firearm responsibility and develop teams that will foster on-going relationships within the college community and beyond.

Readers club

  • To motivate Nigerian youth in reading positively.
  • To helps them believe in their selves.
  • To prepare them for creative leadership.
  • To bring together tomorrow leaders.
  • To help them turn impossibility into possibility.
  • To empower them to become young entrepreneurs.
  • To create an atmosphere for them to discover, develop, deploy and express their skills and talents

Health Club

Health Club was started in the year 2005-2006. The Health Club aims to promote Physical Health,Mental Health and Social Health. Programmes are arranged to the students by the experts in the field of Medicine,Natural Food as medicine,Meditation,Pranic Healing,Manavalakalai Mandram. Fortnightly articles like Health Tips and Thagali were released.

National Service Scheme (NSS)

National Service Scheme, under the Ministry of Youth Affairs & Sports Govt. of India, popularly known as NSS was launched in Gandhiji's Birth Centenary Year 1969, in 37 Universities involving 40,000 students with primary focus on the development of personality of students through community service. Today, NSS has more than 3.2 million student volunteers on its roll spread over 298 Universities and 42 (+2) Senior Secondary Councils and Directorate of Vocational Education all over the country. NSS was started in our college in the year 1996

The objectives of National Service Scheme (NSS) are to:

  • understand the community in which they work
  • understand themselves in relation to their community
  • identify the needs and problems of the community and involve them in problem-solving
  • develop among themselves a sense of social and civic responsibility
  • utilise their knowledge in finding practical solutions to individual and community problems
  • develop competence required for group-living and sharing of responsibilities
  • gain skills in mobilising community participation
  • acquire leadership qualities and democratic attitudes
  • develop capacity to meet emergencies and natural disasters and
  • practise national integration and social harmony

          For helping realise the above objectives for our students, we have conducted several events like 7 day camp in nearby village, imparting education to rural children in nearby villages (done exclusively by NSS Girl Volunteers), blood donation camps, and campus cleaning programmes in the academic year 2014-15.

INNOVATIVE CLUB

 Necessity is not only the mother of Invention but also of Innovation. Innovative and creative ideas are the means to thrive in this world. The main aim of this club is to create intuition in terms of creative design ideas in various fields in an aesthetic approach. Innovative club assists students and also encourages young talents minds, by providing them a perfect platform for show casing their talents, work together as teams and participate in various competitions. It also serves to provide the sudents a platform to excel in their specialized area of interest. Since then the introduction of the club a decade back during 2005, it is serving as a platform to showcase and build up the student talents in their own streams.

 AIM AND OBJECTIVES

  • To motivate students to bring out their design talents in various streams.
  • To provide platform to realize and believe in themselves.
  • To build up great orators and improve their creative leadership skills
  • To empower the students to become young entrepreneurs.
  • To create an innovative environment for the students to discover, develop, deploy and express their skills and talents

Club Activities (July 2014 - March 2015)

S.No.

Date

Event Details

1.

26/02/2015

Stylish ME - Brainstorming Session - Talent Display Event

2.

09/02/2015

Jackpot - Technical Quiz - Moulding the brain with challenges

3.

12/01/2015

EXCOGITATE - Brainstorming Session - Stage Event to express talents

4.

13/10/2014

TRAIL BLAZER - Brainstorming Session - Stage Event to express talents

5.

22/09/2014

GAGNANTS - Brainstorming Session - Technical Event on Multitasking

6.

19/09/2014

Invigorate - Brainstorming Session - General Knowledge for First Years

7.

05/09/2014

IDEA PRESENTATION in Legacy 2014 - For a given social issue, ideas were expressed

8.

05/09/2014

TREASURE HUNT in Legacy 2014 - Judgment based on the timing taken for finding the treasure.

9.

11/08/2014

GAGNETS - Programme - Stage Event

10.

23/07/2014

ESPERANTO - Brainstorming Session - Stage Event for the I Years

MSEC AIR RIFLE CLUB

Our mission is to promote and expand the college shooting program at Mepco Schlenk Engineering College. We aim to help establish various shooting sports as lifelong passions both recreationally and competitively. We seek to reach out to the entire student body and enable active participation for the largest possible number of students in a safe and informed setting. We strive to promote firearm responsibility and develop teams that will foster on-going relationships within the college community and beyond.

MSEC Air Rifle Club Office Bearers

Patron

Shri. A. Tenzing, Correspondent, Mepco Schlenk Engineering College (Autonomous), Sivakasi

Advisors

1. Shri. S.V.K. Ramalingam, Life President - TamilNadu Shooting Association 

2. Shri. S.V.S.S. Velshankar, Secretary, Madurai Rifle Club

President

Dr. S. Arivazhagan, Principal

Vice Presidents

1. Mr. J. Billy Graham, Phy.Director (Sl.Grade)

2. Mrs. A.M.K. Saliha Banu, Physical Directress

Secretary

Dr. J. Praveen Paul, Associate Professor

Joint Secretaries

1. Mr. N. Balaganesh, Asst. Professor (Sr.Grade)

2. Mr. R. Theenathayalan, Asst. Professor

Treasurer

Mr. B. Lakshmanan, Asst. Professor

Student Office Bearers

1. Mr. S. Deepak Raj, IV year Mechanical Engg.

2 Mr. T. Sidharth, III year Electrical Engg.

3. Mr. V. Vivek Venkatraman, III year Electrical Engg.

4. Mr. O.B. Vaigundh, III year Electronics and Communications Engg.

5. Mr. M. Raja Marichamy, III year Civil Engg.

6. Mr. B. Rahul, III year Civil Engg.

 
 

Membership

Any student of the Mepco Schlenk Engineering College may become a member of this club who’s application is approved by the President of the club after subscribing to the following pledge and upon payment of the usual initiation fee and membership dues. Members shall be permitted in the club only on the permission from the student’s parents/guardian. The students along with the parent/guardian should sign a joint declaration stating the conditions to join the club. Continuing membership in the Mepco Schlenk Engineering College Air Rifle Club is also contingent upon the member continuing membership as a Mepco Schlenk Engineering College Alumni. Additionally, as a condition of membership it shall be the responsibility of each member to provide voluntary service to the club by serving on committees and/or work details that are called for during the year. 

Shooting Guidelines and Etiquette

1) Absolutely no inappropriate behaviour while on the firing line. Failure to understand and apply the following guidelines could result in injury or worse to yourself and/or others.

2) All guns must have the action open and contain no pellet at any time, except while the shooter is on the firing line. A break-open gun’s action may be closed when it is in a gun rack, but still shall not contain pellets.

3) Shooters shall place a pellet in their gun, only when ready and it is their turn to shoot.

4) Wait until it’s your turn to shoot to load and mount your gun.

5) ALWAYS walk behind anyone who is on the firing line and be COURTEOUS to others by avoiding any actions that may cause a distraction to those still shooting.

TheFour Basic Rules of Firearm Safety

The 1st Law - The Gun Is Always Loaded!

The 2nd Law - Never Point The Gun At Something You Are Not Supposed To Shoot at!

The 3rd Law - Always Be Sure Of Your Target And What Is Behind It!

The 4th Law - Keep Your Finger Off The Trigger Until Your Sights Are On The Target!

General Safety Rules

1. The Range Safety Officer (RSO) is the ultimate authority on the shooting ranges.

2. The RSO is authorized to correct immediately an infraction at the shooting range.

3. Any decision or instruction given by the RSO will be followed immediately, without question and will not be debated with the RSO during shooting.

4. When arriving at the range, first observe all safety devices, such as flags, cones or lights. Understand the range status and obey applicable range rules.

5. When handling, loading or unloading a gun, keep the muzzle pointed down range.

6. Treat every gun as if it is loaded.

7.  No guns are allowed anywhere in the college apart from the indoor shooting range.

8. Don't touch the trigger until you have the gun pointed at a safe target and are ready to fire and sure of your back stop.

9. Adequate eye and ear protection must be worn on all ranges.

10. If a chambered pellet does not fire when you depress the trigger, keep the firearm pointed down range, take your finger off the trigger and call for assistance.

11. No loaded guns are allowed in the Safe Areas. Safe Areas include any range/place during RANGE HOT conditions. Muzzle direction must remain down range. When range is brought to RANGE SAFE conditions there will be no further gun handling.

12. Shoot only at targets directly in front of your position. Shooting at targets at an angle may result in pellets going outside the berms or create the chance for a ricochet, especially on steel targets. Both are serious safety problems.

13. Under RANGE SAFE conditions there is no rifle handling. Cased firearms may be placed on benches but uncasing is considered gun handling which is not allowed under RANGE SAFE conditions.

14. MSECRC safety rules may be modified for sanctioned events and safety training. These organized shoots must provide a Safety Officer and strictly follow the rules pertaining to that shoot and style of shooting.

15. Before going down range, request a cease-fire and follow Range Commands. Unless it is an immediate safety concern, be considerate of other shooters and make your request when they have finished a string.

16. MSECRC requires the use of Range Commands. They will be practiced by the RSO when assigned and also by Members in the absence of an RSO. Commands must be obeyed immediately.

Google Students Club

The word Google has got a separate place in all of our minds. When we hear Google, our faces change, our minds change and we get a high look on it. Google has settled many problem of ours by means of Google Search. It has also helped you to navigate throughout the world. And now its Google Students, something different, isn't it? Yes it is different. Google Students Club at Mepco Schlenk Engineering College, Sivakasi has been started to bring out the young talents in sparkling minds. It was started in 2013 with a strength of 70 members in the club. This club functions under the Google Student Ambassador selected by Google India Pvt Ltd.  Club has a Core Team, few Executive Members and members. Core Team is the one which will be working under direct supervision of Google Student Ambassador and Google Student Ambassador Program Team of Google. They will get an opportunity to take part in upcoming GSA Program titles. Executive Members will work with Core Team and Google Student Ambassador to conduct various events. Best among them will be appreciated with swags. Everyone may have a question in your mind, What will I get from this club? Or Every club is going  to be the same and why should I join this club specifically? Here is the answer for the above. As a  part of the Google Students Club (GSC) you are given full freedom to ask any kind of help from the  GSC – Core Team. We will be assisting you to sharpen and shape yourself both technically and non-  technically. You may even be opting to choose higher studies as your career and this might help  you. Other than the GSA, we have GDG – Google Developer Group and GBG – Google Business Group. The word says it all about these groups. These groups will help you to strengthen yourself. Also  according to your interests we may arrange for additional workshops on technical and non- technical areas. A point to be noted here is this club is not specific to computer and IT stream. This is open to all departments and there are various things to do with your department and Google. Other than this there are many other opportunities such as Internships, Top Contributor,  INK Program. Also you can get an entry pass to various national and international challenges that are conducted by Google. To get to know about these programs and the tips to get into such programs or to  get to Google, join us today. These programs will really help you a lot in your career.

A few words on Google Student Ambassador Selection:

Becoming a Google Student Ambassador is not an easy task. You have to compete with bright minds of your college, then your city, your state and finally your country! Initially to apply for that post you need to get a token of acknowledgement from your college. Later there are 2 rounds to the journey to the GSA Title. A basic knowledge on technical fundas, few non-technical interest and passionate in Google Technologies will help you to get through the process. But keep in mind that you have to be the best of the lot. In 2nd round, your creativity, responsibility, management and other areas will be tested. Once you expose all your talents to the selection team, you can have a hope of getting through the process. Finally only best of best candidates are chosen as Google Student Ambassador of their college. Not all participating colleges will get a chance for GSA Title. Each college may get utmost 1 GSA. A point to be noted - Becoming a GSA doesn't mean that you work with Google or get a chance to work with Google.It is an opportunity to work with GSA Program team.

GSC Achievements in 2013 – 2014

  • Got our candidate Srivathson KK (CSE 2010 – 2014) selected as First GSA of Mepco Schlenk Engineering College
  • Formed the Google Students Club in August 2013
  • Conducted 6 events in First Phase of Academic Year
  • Conducted 8 events in Second Phase of Academic Year
  • Students participated in International Photography Contest conducted by Google
  • Students participated in Google Summer of Code, Cloud Developer Challenge
  • Few students got a eligibility to apply for Google Internship
  • Few students applied for Google Anita Borg Scholarship
  • Core Team conducted events at 7 Schools under GSA Program
  • Our GSA was ranked in Top 10 Technically Strong GSA's of India

GSC Achievements in 2014 – 2015

  • Got our candidate Aravindhlal and A.Jenifer (CSE 2011 – 2015) selected as GSA of Mepco Schlenk Engineering College
  • Weekly events were organized in-aligned with the informational needs of the GSA program
  • Few students got a eligibility to apply for Google Internship
  • MOOC-Android
  • Conducted 3 events in First Phase of Academic Year
  • Conducted 5 events in Second Phase of Academic Year
  • Few students participated in Google APAC Code Jam
  • Students participated in Udacity – Developing Android Apps MOOC course
  • Few students got a eligibility to apply for Google Internship

GSC Achievements in 2015 – 2016 (so far)

  • Few students participated in PMO Mobile App Contest- Phase 2 conducted by Govt. of India and Google
  • Few students got a eligibility to apply for Google Internship
  • In alternate weeks Google facts were dispatched for creating awareness about Google technologies and products
  • Few students applied for Udacity Android Developer Nanodegree program partnered by Google and Tata Trusts
  • Conducted 7 events in First Phase of Academic Year

Fine Art Club

Sample Texts:

Intercollege Events Participated by Literary Association:

  • Participated in FESTEMBER 14 organized by NIT. Trichy during 25-28, September 2014 and won in the following events: Kolam, Sand Art, Solo Instrumental, Shadow Art and Cine Quiz.

  • Participated in JCI Carnival '14 conducted by JCI on14/09/2014 in Sivakasi and won the Overall Runner position.

  • Participated in FIZZOREE AND FISFEST conducted by Fisheries College, Tuticorin on 26/02/2015 and won the Winners Trophyin FIZZOREE 15.

Mepco Schlenk Engineering College News