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Interview with Mrs. Kamala Devi

Mrs. Kamala Devi, CEG 1953 batch alumna, is one of the first women who pursued engineering in our college. She studied Telecommunication Engineering and has worked in All India Radio station for 31 years. During one of the break sessions of CEGAM

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“Demystifying Engineering” - The What, Why & How

“Demystifying Engineering” - The What, Why & How   Disclaimer: This piece of work is a by-product of constant introspection over a period of 8 years, sharpened by the wisdom of fellow engineers all around the world. The author intends to illumi

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Departments of the college in one line

Just like how every movie has a tagline, every department in our college deserves one too. Here is a non-exhaustive list. P.S. : Do not feel bad if your department has not been featured. It is probably a good thing.                                

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The Alumni Column: Homecoming

When I started my job in July, a lot of my colleagues immediately took a few days or an extended weekend off to go to their respective colleges for their convocation. I knew Anna University would delay it, and like hundreds of other people, I thought

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A Ninja-powered start-up dream

Would you give up an opportunity that offers immediate gratification and a satisfactory salary for a chance to experiment with new ideas at the cost of your time and energy but yields returns on the long run? Kartheeswaran Kandasamy, an alumnus of o

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Interview with Mrs. Kamala Devi

Mrs. Kamala Devi, CEG 1953 batch alumna, is one of the first women who pursued engineering in our college. She studied Telecommunication Engineering and has worked in All India Radio station for 31 years. During one of the break sessions of CEGAM

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“Demystifying Engineering” - The What, Why & How

“Demystifying Engineering” - The What, Why & How   Disclaimer: This piece of work is a by-product of constant introspection over a period of 8 years, sharpened by the wisdom of fellow engineers all around the world. The author intends to illumi

As one more Vijayadasami passes by, there ought to be a natural (or forced) inclination towards aiming higher in terms of educational expertise and academic excellence. Here is an interview with Mr. Badri Vaidhyanathan, an alumnus of CEG, who has suc

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Departments of the college in one line

Just like how every movie has a tagline, every department in our college deserves one too. Here is a non-exhaustive list. P.S. : Do not feel bad if your department has not been featured. It is probably a good thing.                                

When someone who has aced the Civil Services examination right in his first attempt turns up to visit his college, it becomes a celebration. Particularly for a person who has secured an All-India Rank of 72 to be proudly inducted into the Indian Admi

Management studies provide some of the most lucrative careers, but creating one's path towards success isn't as easy as it seems. Here is what Karthik Kumar, a CEG alumnus of Electrical and Electronics Engineering (2011 – 2015 Batch) has to say about

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Nailing the Civil Services Examination - In Conversation With Sibi Adithya

CEG, one of the premiere educational institutions of the country, has always boasted of a rich legacy of civil service aspirants coming out with flying colours. Sibi Adhithya Senthil Kumar, an alumnus of the Electrical and Electronics Engineering dep

With another academic year coming to an end, a feeling of dread would probably be setting in with students especially those in their third year. What next? Should I sit for Placements? Should I attempt any of the Competitive Exams? Can I pursue a Mas

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The Alumni Column: Homecoming

When I started my job in July, a lot of my colleagues immediately took a few days or an extended weekend off to go to their respective colleges for their convocation. I knew Anna University would delay it, and like hundreds of other people, I thought

Image is here

A Ninja-powered start-up dream

Would you give up an opportunity that offers immediate gratification and a satisfactory salary for a chance to experiment with new ideas at the cost of your time and energy but yields returns on the long run? Kartheeswaran Kandasamy, an alumnus of o