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The capital city of Tamil Nadu, Chennai is at once, conventional and contemporary; a brilliant blend of tradition, art, technology, industrialization, education and development, making it one of India’s most important metropolitan cities.
The School of Engineering, Chennai is about 40 KMs away from Chennai, 90 KMs away from Tirupati and a stone’s throw away from the Periyapalayathamman Temple, on the State Highway SH50A, a village named Vengal has become the place where the future of the Country is being molded.
The School is aesthetically placed between the Arani and Kosasthalaiyar rivers, spread out on a sprawling 13.55 acres of land with a built-up area of 24,956 sqm, where the dreams of countless engineering aspirants find realization.
The School joins the School of Engineering at Coimbatore, Bengaluru and Amritapuri in the states of Tamil Nadu, Karnataka and Kerala.
The Chennai Campus offers students an array of engineering programs modeled on a choice-based credit system with continuous evaluation by faculty who mentor students.
Situated away from the Periyapalayathamman Temple, on the State Highway SH50A, a village named Vengal, aesthetically placed between the Arani and Kosasthalaiyar rivers,
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