"To revive and promote India's rich and holistic knowledge traditions within the engineering context, fostering innovation, sustainability, and a deep understanding of the interconnectedness of knowledge."


  • Preservation and Promotion: Preserve, research, and promote India's ancient knowledge systems, integrating them into modern engineering education.
  • Interdisciplinary Integration: Facilitate the integration of diverse knowledge domains, including science, philosophy, art, and spirituality, into the engineering field.
  • Innovation and Sustainability: Encourage innovation that aligns with sustainable and eco-friendly principles derived from Indian wisdom. .
  • Global Perspective: Foster a global perspective by showcasing India's contributions to the world's knowledge heritage.

Coordinator : Dr.SA.Chitradevi, Assoc. Prof / EEE


Mr.J.Arun, Asst Prof /CIVIL Mrs.D.Mahalakshmi,Asst Prof/IT
Dr.R.Selvaganapathy, Asst.Prof/ EEE Mrs.R.Ramya,
Mrs.M.Devisrinandhini,Asst Prof/CSE Mrs.J.Sharmia Devi,Asst Prof/ICE
Mr.S.S.Nivas,Asst Prof/MECH Dr.A.Suganthi,Asst Prof/MCA
Dr.J.Swaminathan,Asst prof/MBA Dr.S.Umarani ,Asst Prof/S&H(Tamil)

Indian society is a treasure trove of knowledge, gained over thousands of years and manifested in the form of arts, literature, traditions, customs, languages, architecture, etc. The National Education Policy 2020 lays special emphasis on the promotion of Indian Languages, Arts, and Culture. The NEP 2020 recommends the incorporation of the Indian Knowledge Systems (IKS) into curriculums at all levels of education.


Yoga is vital for students because it effectively reduces stress and improves academic performance, mental well-being, and self-regulation. Research has shown that yoga has numerous beneficial effects on students on multiple levels.

  • Reduced stress
  • Improved academic performance
  • Improved mental wellbeing
  • Improved self-regulation
  • Increased concentration

The students are often encouraged to practice yoga in their daily activities and International Yoga Day is celebrated in our institution regularly.


The NEP’s move to introduce teaching and learning in the mother tongue will definitely help to bring back the emphasis and importance of our Indian languages. When the medium of instruction is the mother tongue or local language, the student from the rural based towns will learn concepts faster, adjust better, and show gains in learning quicker and understanding the concepts clearly. Being bilingual enhances analytical skills. A bilingual student shows higher mental flexibility, processing power, and spontaneity. In addition, learning through the mother tongue helps in better retrieval of information, too. The mother tongue is not just a language but a sense of belonging and valuing it can aid in fostering respect for one’s heritage. Being bilingual will also open up social and cultural opportunities and help one develop new perspectives. Our students are participated in various language based competitions and enthusiastic students winning various Prizes in all the events.

Tradition and Culture:

Pongal Festival is celebrated in our Institution premises in order to follow our own tradition and heritage by the students who are all the future generation of our nation. Cultural events such as traditional village dance forms will be performed by students such as Karagam dance, folk dance etc.,

Health, Wellness and Traditional medicine:

Alternative medicine or Traditional medicine is defined as a medical treatment that uses natural, holistic procedures to manage health. Alternative medicine aims to treat the entire being—the body, mind, and spirit. Modern medicine works well for getting rid of pain at the moment, but once it subsides, the pain returns. Alternative medicine aims to ensure the source of the pain is addressed.

The Benefits of Alternative Medicine

  • Enhances Your Quality Of Life
  • It’s Healthier
  • Flexibility
  • No Dependency
  • No Bad Side Effects
  • It Creates Balance
  • Strengthens The Body
  • We organized special lectures about the traditional medicines for our faculty members and students. Dr. M. Latha, Associate professor/ EEE delivered about alternate medicine as seeds and the various benefits of using alternate therapy.

    Ancient Structures:

    The architecture of a temple is an important aspect of the temple’s cultural and religious significance. Temples are considered to be the most expressive, permanent, and influential buildings in most past cultures, as religion has a universal and exalted appeal. The architecture of temples is also unique and has been said to be one of the wonders of the world. Our Institution organized regular visits to ancient temples in order to study various constructional details and history behind the construction of that temple. They helped to maintain cleanliness inside the temple.