SIGA Polytechnic College (SIGAPC) Chennai
SIGA Polytechnic College, It is an unaided Christian minority Institution affiliated to the Tamil Nadu State Board of Technical Education and is approved by the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), New Delhi.SIGA was established in 1952, with just 20 students and a couple of old machines at Basin Bridge in North Chennai. Sixteen years later, it was shifted to its present campus on Taylors Road in Kilpauk, in 1973, SIGA received Government recognition and was affiliated to the State Board of Technical Education.In the year 2003, SIGA received the AICTE approval. Today it is a fully equipped Printing Institute with the state-of-art technology to meet all the requirements of modern printing industry. Mision"SIGA (SIGA Polytechnic College) was established to provide the young people, especially those from the poorer sections of society, a professional and job oriented training in Printing Technology. While striving to meet the demands for qualified technicians in the printing industry , we try to form the students into citizens who will be conscious of their obligations to the nation and the society and at the same time sensitive to the aspirations and anxieties of their fellow citizens.The Institute's motto "Virtue, Knowledge and Art" succinctly summarises its Objective. Virtue stands for moral excellence and integrity of character; Knowledge stands for learning, Understanding and competence; and Art Stands for creativity, imagination and an aesthetic sense that adds beauty and elegance to one's work. We believe that these three elements are indispensable for success in one's profession and happiness in life. It is our hope that the young people entering this campus will equip themselves not only with the nitty-gritty of printing but also with a good dose of virtue, knowledge and art and become leaders in their profession and beacons of light in the world of work".
Contact Details of SIGA Polytechnic College, Chennai
Address:49,Taylors Road Chennai - 600 010 INDIA