Rajalakshmi Engineering College (REC), Chennai - Campus & Infrastructure

Chennai (Tamil Nadu)   Estd : 1997 Approved by : NBA, NAAC, AICTE Type : Private

Infrastructure

  • Serene Campus in an area spread over 32 acres with a built up area of 47668 sq.m.
  • Sophisticated Laboratories with investments over Rs.3.3 crores
  • Library - Over 26000 volumes, 12000 titles and 361 International and National Journals
  • Technology Enabled Campus
    • 1120 computers connected in a LAN network
    • Leased Line Internet connection- 2Mbps
    • Software to track student's academic progress and attendance

  • Area 32 Acres
  • Buit up area 11 Acres
  • Classroom 31
  • Sports Grounds 5

Facilities

Hostels

Rajalakshmi Engineering College REC Chennai, 500 Boys hostels and 200 Girls Hostels are available for it's students with facilities including Mess, Cupboards Availability, Bed, Mattress, Table, Chair, Hot Water, Cold Water

BOYS HOSTEL
No. of Hostels 1
Capacity 500
GIRLS HOSTEL
No. of Hostels 1
Capacity 200

Students Activities & Clubs

NSS

The College has a Special Programme Officer who was trained at the Madras School of Social Work. The main objective of the NSS is to "Serve the downtrodden in the society" and "Personality Development through Community Service". The NSS unit of Rajalakshmi Engineering College has carried out blood donation camps, Awareness programmes on 'Health and Hygiene', Consumer Rights, Environmental Protection etc. On 10th Jan, 2005, NSS REC conducted an AIDS awareness programme. Delegates from TNVH, Ayanavaram participated and held a seminar. On 27th Jan, 2005 & 3rd Mar, 2005, Dr. Rajasekar of LG Healthcare gave an awareness programme on Hepatitis B and a Vaccination programme for Hepatitis B was also organised. On 15th Aug, 2005, NSS volunteers participated in Independence Day March Past. Guest Lecture on Personality Development was held during first week of July, 2005.

KRIYA

Students’ entrepreneurial skills are honed through Entrepreneurship Development Cell (Kriya), which also helps the economically weaker students to ‘earn while they learn’. The EDC has brought in various innovations and the students work for it with commitment and dedication. The EDC guides them to apply for external funds and patents. EDC of the college functions in collaboration with National Entrepreneurship Network and CII. With the support of the management, an Aavin parlour namely Melting Point which is a registered refreshment outlet of the TCMPF and also Boiling Point which is a registered coffee outlet of LAVAZZA are business administered and run by students completely. The Melting point has recently been the winners of NEN – TATA FIRST DOT judges choice of TOP 5 STUDENTS START UPS in India. Orange Tree IT Company incubated in REC and owned by REC alumni, is another success story of EDC.

Rotaract Club