College of Engineering, Guindy
|கிண்டி பொறியியல் கல்லூரி|
Seal of College of Engineering, Guindy
|Motto||Labor omnia vincit (Latin)|
Motto in English
|Work conquers all|
|Dean||Dr. P. Narayanasamy|
|Location||Chennai, Tamil Nadu, 600025, India|
Anna University(1978 – present )
The College of Engineering, Guindy (CEG) is a public engineering college in Chennai, India. Founded in 1794, this college is a perfect example of a venerable British Indian Educational Institution. Its master piece of architecture in white cut stone, red sandstone and brick not matched by many structures in Chennai and sets this bicentennial college apart.
Due to the growing need for surveyors by the East India Company, the 'School of Survey' was established in a building near Fort St. George on the suggestion of Michael Topping in 1794. This school was one of the first of its kind in the country and it started out with 8 boys. It became the Civil Engineering School in 1858 and was rechristened as College of Engineering in 1859, with the inclusion of a mechanical engineering course. The college was shifted for a short period to Kalasa Mahal, Chepauk, before settling at its present location in 1920.
College of Engineering, Guindy is one of the first institutes in India to offer degrees in Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Telecommunication, Highway Engineering and Printing Technology.
College of Engineering, Guindy offers undergraduate Engineering degrees in the fields of Mechanical Engineering, Geoinformatics, Agricultural & Irrigation Engineering, Bio Medical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Computer Science and Engineering, Electronics and Communication Engineering, Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Manufacturing Engineering, Mining Engineering, Material Science and Engineering, Information Technology and Printing Technology. It also offers postgraduate degrees such as MBA, MCA, M.E., M.Sc. M.Tech M.S. by Research and Ph.D.programmes.
CEG has 16 Departments, 6 University Affiliated Centers, and 12 Research Centers where research programs are offered. With close ties with industry, excellent research practices and multiple extra-curricular options, the institution advances the progression of the student's quest for knowledge.
CEG has been ranked as the 48th best Engineering College of India in the Edu-Rand Rankings of 2015. The survey was done jointly by Edu, an Indian company and Rand Corporation, a non-profit American think-tank. It also secured rank 11 on the Top 100 Engineering Colleges in 2016 done by the Outlook Magazine. 
Under State Government ownership, CEG covers around 223 acres of land right in the heart of Chennai. It serves as the main campus of Anna University.
A library with the capacity to accommodate 400 readers and with over 1.5 lakh books and journals provides a plethora of knowledge to students and professors. Multiple campus stores are available that cater to a majority of the needs of the students. Facilities like a travel agency, post office, banks, atms, health center, tailor, barber shop and many more are located inside the campus.
The college has many sports facilities like large playgrounds, tennis courts, basketball court, swimming pool, athletic tracks and gymnasiums which are well maintained and open for students to display their talents.
The main CEG canteen located at the heart of the campus is well known for its tasty food. In addition to that, CEG also has cafeterias, coffee huts and restaurants located in campus that provide hygienic food.
The campus is also enabled with high speed WiFi which is accessible to the students and faculty.
The college has 16 hostels which provide accommodation to over 3500 students. Separate international hostels are available to cater to the needs of international students and exchange students. Hostel messes are located in large centralized halls and serve nutritious meals at regular periods. The hostels accommodate not only undergraduate students but also postgraduate students and there is a separate hostel for NRIs and foreign nationals.
Many centers have been placed to address all the needs of students. These include the SC/ST cell, Center for Professional Development Education, Center for International Affairs, Center for Women Empowerment and the Student Affairs.
Student wings of National Cadet Crops (NCC), National Service Scheme (NSS), National Sports Organisation (NSO) and Youth Red Cross (YRC also function on campus and conduct various activities which give back to the society.
The campus has many student run societies and clubs which help to nurture and showcase a large range of skills and talents of students.
Student run clubs :
- Aakriti (women empowerment)
- Capitalize (the entrepreneurship club)
- CSAU (Computer Society of Anna University)
- Green Brigade (environment)
- Leo club
- Literary club
- Pixels (Official photography & videography club
- Quizzers Anonymous (the official quiz club)
- Robotics Club
- Rotract Club
- Siruthuligal (charity)
- Sruthilaya (music)
- Students' Quality Council (SQC)
- Theatron (dramatics)
- The Guindy Times (campus magazine)
- Twisters (dance)
- Arts Society
- CEG Tech Forum
- Students Association
- Kurukshetra - Kurukshetra. is known for being the first ever techno management college festival to attain the UNESCO patronage and has continued to be one of the most awaited inter college technical festivals. It has been certified with the ISO 9001:2015 and has acquired the support of the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology, Digital India and the National e-Governance Division, Government of India in 2016. It conducts various technical events, workshops, guest lectures and displays projects to expand students technical opportunities and knowledge.
- Sangarsh - Organized by the Rotaract. Club, Sangarsh is a musical concert aimed at raising funds for the needy sections of society.
- Techofes - This inter college cultural festival is one of South India's largest college festival with an exciting array of events from debates to dance, innovative workshops on photography, DJ-ing etc. and pro shows.
- A. C. Muthiah, Indian industrialist and ex-President, Board of Control for Cricket in India
- Akkineni Nagarjuna, Indian film actor and Producer
- Anumolu Ramakrishna, Former Deputy Managing Director of Larsen & Toubro and Padma Bhushan recipient.
- Avinash Kak, professor of electrical and computer engineering, Purdue University.
- Bhargav Sri Prakash, Founder of FriendsLearn and Product Lead of fooya. Hedge Fund Manager.
- Crazy Mohan, Tamil comedy actor, script writer and playwright
- Dhiraj Rajaram, founder of Mu Sigma Inc
- Gopalapuram Parthasarathy, diplomat and author, former Indian High Commissioner to Pakistan, Australia and Myanmar
- Kavithalaya Krishnan, an Tamil film and television actor
- Krishnakumar Natarajan, Co-founder and Chairman of Mindtree
- Krishnamachari Srikkanth, former Captain of the Indian cricket team and the Chairman of the selection committee
- Kutraleeswaran, Marathon swimmer, the youngest Arjuna Award winner
- Madhan Karky, Tamil film lyricist
- Mendu Rammohan Rao, Dean Emeritus, Indian School of Business
- Munirathna Anandakrishnan, Chairman of the Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur and Former Vice Chancellor of Anna University
- N. Mahalingam, Former Chairman, Sakthi Group and Former Chairman, Ethiraj College for Women
- P. S. Veeraraghavan, director of Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre
- R. K. Baliga, the father of the Electronics City in Bangalore, India.
- Raaghav, on screen, film actor and television personality in Tamil Nadu, India
- Raj Reddy, Turing Award winner, Professor at Carnegie-Mellon University
- Rajkumar Bharathi, Classical singer and music composer
- Rangaswamy Narasimhan, cognitive scientist who developed TIFRAC, the first indigenous Indian computer, Padma Shri winner
- Ravi Jagannathan, Economist and Professor, Kellogg School of Management
- Ravi Ruia, Vice Chairperson, Essar Group
- S. Somasegar, Former Corporate Vice President, Developer Division, Microsoft
- Srinivasaraghavan Venkataraghavan, former Indian cricketer
- Upendra J. Chivukula, American politician
- V. S. Mahalingam, a distinguished DRDO scientist and Director of Centre for Artificial Intelligence and Robotics
- V.M. Muralidharan, Chairman, Ethiraj College for Women and Global COO, Bahwan CyberTek Group
- Venu Srinivasan, Chairman of Sundaram - Clayton Limited and TVS Motor Company
- Verghese Kurien, architect of Operation Flood and India's White Revolution and winner of the Ramon Magsaysay Award and the World Food Prize
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