The College Central Library providing service to students and Faculty has been automated infrastructural facilities. With the State-of-the art equipments, college has a huge collection of information, which are available in digital format including audio/video, online courses apart from books and periodicals.Sethu Institute of Technology has got separate hall of residences for both boys and girls with excellent infrastructural facilities for the cosy and comfortable staying of the inmates. The hall of residence for women is very spacious with 52 furnished rooms accommodating 282 students. A warden will be taking charge of all the issues inside the premises. There is also a prayer hall, a browsing center, a net room and a store. Two rooms are allotted exclusively for faculty members.In the same expected standard the hall of residence for boys can accommodate 364 students with furnished rooms for their comfortable stay. Two wardens are deputed to monitor all the activities.Transport is the main considering the strength of around 2,400 students, 300 faculty and other 200 staff members. The college is fully geared up to meet all the needs for better commuting from college to respective places from far away locations covering almost 60 kms in and around Madurai city. To beef up such demands Sethu Institute of Technology transport section operates a fleet of 51 buses with the driver strength of 60. Apart from this, there are 5 Mazda vans and 15 cars to Ply from different destinations. The general route covers the areas of Madurai, Aruppukkottai, Usilampatti, Sholavandan, Melur, Thirumangalam and Virudhunagar.
Area 132 Acres
Sports Grounds 3
Total Students 1476
Hostel Facility True
- Boys Hostel
- Comp. Lab
- Girls Hostel
- Guest house
- Medical Fac.
- Cls. Room
- post off.
- Hot Water
- Cold Water
Students Activities & Clubs
The Fine Arts club of Sethu Institute of Technology aims at identifying the various hidden talents of our students and to bring them out. It provides an environment for the education, creation, performance and celebration of arts. It encourages and brings out the artistic capabilities of students in the field of Music, Dance, Drama, Visual Arts and other cultural activities.
Objectives of the Association :
• To organize Competitions to identify and encourage the potentials.
• To motivate students for Inter-college cultural events to enable them to prove their mettle.
An Event of Joy- Muthamizh Kalai Mandram is the most awaited and major attraction of Fine arts club. Muthamizh Kalai Mandram is an intra-collegiate cultural competition in which more than 900 students competes. One auditorium ‘Pavendhar Bharathithasan Arangam’ in the main campus of the institution with a seating capacity of 800 and a green room and seven Air conditioned seminar Halls in various department blocks are available for organizing cultural programmes. Besides, major cultural events are organized in the Open air theatre which has a seating capacity of 5000. These halls provide ample space for conducting cultural programs / events. The College team has won prizes in various intercollegiate level competitions. Muthamizh Kalai Mandram also invites guests from the world of music, art, theatre etc. The events which are organized by the club includes Rangoli, Mehandi, Cartooning, Paint the face, Art from waste, Dance, Orchestra , Elocution , Recitation , Tamil and English Verse writing and skit. The SIT orchestra adds feather to the crown of Fine Arts Club. (facebook link: SIT Orchestra Team)
Women Empowerment cell is active in the college since 2005 to empower girl students, to enhance understanding of issues related to women and to make the college campus a safe place for women students and faculty members. With a view to taking up women’s issues and problems, the cell aims at creating awareness of their rights and duties. It also provides a platform for women to share their experiences and views regarding their status in the society and to suggest ways to improve and empower themselves. Aiming at intellectual and social upliftment of the female students, the cell stands for facilitating women’s empowerment through guest lectures, seminars, awareness programmes and other welfare activities. The responsibilities of the Women Empowerment Cell is to follow the Mandatory Guide lines and directions of the Anna University, Chennai, regarding the security arrangements for Girl Students and Women staff of our Institution.
Sethu institute of technology along with YEI (Youth EXNORA International) has launched the SIT YOUTHEXNORA ECOCLUB on 8/10/11. YEI Madurai has joined hands with NSS of SIT, Kariapatti and college’s Quality Circle Team- OASIS to initiate the concept of green campus. During the Inauguration function, the Principal felicitated the gathering and chief guest MR.S.P.Ramkumar, Vice President YEI briefed about SIT YOUTH EXNORA ECO CLUB. The club was inaugurated, by giving the pot of emerging life to the QC co-coordinatorProf.A. Merline (ECE Department ), Mrs.Poomani @ Punitha QC Facilitator (CSE department ), Mr.J.Kumaresen NSS Officer (ICE department )and the OASIS team members, by the chief guest S.P.Ramkumar& The Principal Dr.A.Senthilkumar. The main aim of the club is make SIT GREEN by various projects like solid waste management, campus cleaning and developing the youth.
An awareness camp was conducted by the chief guest Mr.S.P.Ramkumar which motivated all of the students to move towards a greener environment and know their responsibilities towards the nature on the day of inauguration
The overall aim of National Service as envisaged earlier is to give an extension dimension to the higher education system and orient the student youth to community service while they are studying in educational institutions
- 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
- Practice national integration and social harmon