Admission Information

U.G. Programmes

B.E., Civil Engineering

B.E., Computer Science and Engineering

B.E., Electronics & Communication Engineering

B.E.,Electrical & Electronics Engineering

B.E., Mechanical Engineering

P.G. Programmes

M.E., Computer Science and Engineering

M.E., Thermal Engineering

P.hd. Programmes

M.E., Mechanical Engineering

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Administrative office
M.R.K Institute of Technology
Phone: 04144 260270

Rules & Regulations

Parents and visitors are permitted to meet their children/wards only after the college working hours and after taking permission from the principal. Students are expected to use courteous and polite language with members of the staff and maintain decorum in the campus and outside. They are expected to conduct themselves in such a way, so as to bring a good name for the college wherever they are.


  • Cellphone is strictly prohibited inside the campus
  • College will normally work for 8 hours from 9.00 a.m.
  • Students are required to be regular and punctual to the classes.
  • Students should be seated in the respective lecture halls 5 minutes before the commencement of the class.
  • Students should maintain perfect order and strict silence inside the lecture/drawing halls/ labs/ workshop at all times.
  • Movement outside the classroom between lectures should be minimum and for valid reasons only.
  • They should bring calculators everyday and drawing instruments and charts whenever needed. They should avoid borrowing them from other students or try to procure them after coming to college.
  • Observation notebooks should be brought to the laboratory classes.
  • Record of experiments done in a particular laboratory hours should be submitted in the next laboratory hours.
  • Using of Drugs inside the campus is strictly prohibited.

Academic Standards

  • Students should attend all tests and show good academic progress. Absenting from regular classes will be strictly viewed and absenteeism in the test/exam will be viewed with atmost sternness.
  • Regularity in writing the test and satisfactory performance of students in test are essential to permit the students to appear for the University examinations at the end of the semester.
  • Any student found indulging in malpractice in the Test/Model exams/University exams will be debarred from appearing for the rest of the examinations.
  • All students should wear clean and appropriate dress. Gentleman should wear trousers with shirts neatly tucked in. Tee shirts, Jeans and other casuals are strictly prohibited in the campus during normal working hours. They are expected to wear shoes.
  • Ladies should wear salwar & chudidhars. Half sarees, midis, jeans, Teashirts are prohibited inside the campus. They are expected to wear shoes.
  • All students should wear the appropriate uniforms that are stipulated while attending the practical and workshop classes.

Attendance Requirements

  • A minimum of 85% attendance is expected, in each semester, necessarily to enable a student perform better in the University examination.
  • Students are not allowed to avail leave without getting the proper permission from respective HOD, Class incharge & Principal. If any medical reason the proof of medical certificate is Mandatory.
  • Leave will be sanctioned to the students only after the confirmation from the parents either by written document or by phone calls.
  • Students are not allowed to take leave of absence for more than 6 days in a semester. For any medical reasons submit the medical certificate from the respective doctor.
  • Students who absent themselves without permission will be deemed to have been absent for 2 days.
  • Continuous absence from class on medical grounds will be permitted only on production of medical certificate and letter from parent.
  • Names of students who are absent continuously for more than 12 days on any account with or without permission will be struck off the rolls.


Sports activities are given utmost importance. Our students regularly participate in all sports competitions and bring laurels to the institution and themselves. Our sports complex is a marvel in itself boasting of cricket grounds, volley ball courts, basket ball courts, throwball courts, kabaddi and athletic tracks. Another added facility is indoor sports complex with a fully equipped gym. The atmosphere and surroundings of the institution are conducive for developing sports personalities and sports activities

Nation Service Scheme

The National Service Scheme was launched in Mahatma Gandhiji’s Centenary year, 1969 to develop the student’s personality through community service. As a part of the academic programmes National Service Scheme (NSS) has been functioning as a regular feature in the realm of our university education.

The overall objective of the scheme is to serve the community through which the objective is to be achieved. It is a student–centered programme in which projects are implemented by the NSS volunteers in the community in close collaboration with the clientele community and thereby it provides vast scope for the students’ interaction with the people. While interacting with the community the students learn many things, which they cannot learn from theory classes. Thus the scheme is designed to develop the human soul in a way, as the student is mentally shaped to fit into the society to which he also belongs and will continue to live in.


“Not for Me,But You”

The symbol of the National Service Scheme, as appearing on this page of this Manual is based on the “Rath” wheel of the Konark Sun Temple situated in Orissa. These giant wheels of the Sun Temple portray the cycle of creation, preservation and release and signify the movement in life across time and space.

The design of the symbol, a simplified form of the Sun-chariot wheel primarily depicts movement. The wheel signifies the progressive cycle of life. It stands for continuity as well as NSS SYMBOL

  • To apply their education in finding practical solution to individual and community problems
  • To develop competence required for group living and sharing responsibilities
  • Gain skills in mobilizing community participation.
  • To acquire leadership qualities and democratic attitude
  • To develop capacity to meet emergencies and national disasters and
  • To practice national integration.
National Service Scheme in this Institution

For the Past three years the National Service Scheme has been functioning very effectively in this college. Many community oriented services and student Centered services are successfully carried out in the past three years.

Blood donation Camp is carried out very effectively in the campus twice in every year in coordination with the Goverment General Hospital Blood Bank, Cuddalore. Some Remarkable NSS Activities in the Academic Year 2011-2012

To observe the birth Anniversary of late Sri Rajiv Gandhi former Prime Minister of India Sadbhavana Diwas is celebrated on 20th August. The students, Staff members and the Management have taken the Sadbhavana day pledge to promote good will, national integrity and communal harmony among the people of India irrespective of caste, creed and religion.

A blood donation camp was organized in our college campus on 09.09.2012 in co-ordination with RRC Unit in our college and Government General Hospital Medical team members, Cuddalore. 15.10.2012 was observed as World Students Day declared by UNO in the honor of our former Indian President Dr. A. P. J Abdul Kalam. Guest Lectures have been arranged for the students to develop their personality.

An Eye Camp was organized in our college campus on 25.03.2011in coordination with RRC Unit in our college.


Yoga means Union. When done correctly, it unites the body, mind and Soul. A healthy body provides us with energy,enabling us to respond to the demands of the moments. A healthy mind gives us a feeling and calm and joy and the ability to concentrate our thoughts on what are choose. A healthy soul is experienced try an inner peace, a true purpose and better understanding of life

Civil Engineering

Civil engineering is a professional engineering discipline that deals with the design, construction and maintenance of the physical and in a naturally built environment. Civil engineers build the world’s infrastructure. In doing so, they quietly shape the history of nations around the world. Most people can not imagine life without the many contributions of civil engineers to the public’s health, safety and standard of living.

Sl.No Semester Practical
1 I Semester

GE6161 – Computer Practices Laboratory

GE6162 – Engineering Practices Laboratory (Group A & B)

GE6163 – Physics and Chemistry Laboratory – I

2 II Semester

GE6262 – Physics and Chemistry Laboratory – II

GE6261 – Computer Aided Drafting and Modeling Laboratory

3 III Semester

CE6311 – Survey Practical I

CE6312 – Computer Aided Building Drawing

4 IV Semester

CE6411 – Strength of Materials Laboratory

CE6412 – Hydraulic Engineering Laboratory

CE6413 – Survey Practical II

5 V Semester

CE2307 – Concrete and Highway Engineering Laboratory

CE2308 – Soil Mechanics Laboratory

GE2321 – Communication and Soft Skills Laboratory

6 VI Semester

CE2355 – Environmental and Irrigation Engineering Drawing

CE2356 – Environmental Engineering Laboratory

7 VII Semester

CE2405 – Computer Aided Design and Drawing

Computer Science and Engineering

Computer Science Engineering is an academic discipline that is developing at an extraordinary speed. The department installs in each student a sound understanding of the fundamental of computing and the opportunity to develop a deeper knowledge. It provides the student with an understanding of mechanisms in the physical world and of computational solutions to problem, in order that these two may be brought together into a computer system.

Sl.No Semester Name of the Laboratory
1 I Semester

GE6161 – Computer Practices Laboratory

GE6162 – Engineering Practices Laboratory (Group A & B)

GE6163 – Physics and Chemistry Laboratory – I

2 II Semester

GE6262 – Physics and Chemistry Laboratory – II

CS6211 - Digital Laboratory

CS6212 - Programming and Data Structures Laboratory I

3 III Semester

CS6311 - Programming and Data Structures Laboratory II

CS6312 - Database Management Systems Laboratory

4 IV Semester

CS6411 - Networks Laboratory

CS6412 - Microprocessor and Microcontroller Laboratory

CS6413 - Operating Systems Laboratory

5 V Semester

CS2307 - Network Laboratory

CE2308 – System Software Laboratory

GE2309 – Java Programming Laboratory

6 VI Semester

CS2357 - Object Oriented Analysis and Design Laboratory

GE2321 - Communication Skills Laboratory

CS2358 - Internet Programming Laboratory

7 VII Semester

CS2405 - Computer Graphics Laboratory

CS2406 - Open Source Laboratory

Electronics and Communication Engineering

Electronics and Communication Engineering Department aims to provide a program of high quality to produce creative technocrats those can address the challenges of a new century and excel at an international level In order to enhance global prosperity by fostering technology worldwide. Our graduate will successfully employ in electronics related fields or other carrier paths, including industry, academic, government and non-governmental organizations.

Sl.No Semester Name of the Laboratory
1 I Semester

GE6161 – Computer Practices Laboratory

GE6162 – Engineering Practices Laboratory (Group A & B)

GE6163 – Physics and Chemistry Laboratory – I

2 II Semester

GE6262 – Physics and Chemistry Laboratory – II

EC6211 - Circuits and Devices Laboratory

3 III Semester

EC6311 - An al o g and Digital Circuits Laboratory

EC6312 - OOPS and Data Structures Laboratory

4 IV Semester

EC6411 - Circuits and Simulation Integrated Laboratory

EC6412 - Linear Integrated Circuits Laboratory

EE6461 – Electrical Engineering and Control System Laboratory

5 V Semester

EC2306 - Digital Signal Processing Laboratory

EC2307 - Communication Systems Laboratory

EC2308 - Microprocessor and Microcontroller Laboratory

6 VI Semester

EC 2356 - Computer Networks Laboratory

EC2357 - VLSI Design Laboratory

GE2321 - Communication Skills laboratory

7 VII Semester

EC2405 - Optical & Microwave Laboratory

EC2404 - Electronic system design Laboratory

Electrical and Electronics Engineering

Electrical and Electronics Engineering has an excellent and progressive Academic record. The department has provided to the students to attain technical excellence in the field of Electrical and Electronics Engineering and given quality education through effective teaching learning process for their future carrier.

Sl.No Semester Name of the Laboratory
1 I Semester

GE6161 – Computer Practices Laboratory

GE6162 – Engineering Practices Laboratory (Group A & B)

GE6163 – Physics and Chemistry Laboratory – I

2 II Semester

GE6262 – Physics and Chemistry Laboratory – II

GE6263 - Computer Programming Laboratory

EE6211 - Electrical Circuits Laboratory

3 III Semester

EC6361 - Electronics Laboratory

EE6311 - Linear and Digital Integrated Circuits Laboratory

4 IV Semester

CS6461 - Object Oriented Programming Laboratory

EE6411 - Electrical Machines Laboratory – I

5 V Semester

CS2312 - Object Oriented Programming Laboratory

GE2321 - Communication Skills Laboratory

EC2308 - Microprocessor and Microcontroller Laboratory

EE2305 - Electrical Machines II Laboratory

6 VI Semester

EE2356 - Microprocessor and Microcontroller Laboratory

EE2357 - Presentation Skills and Technical Seminar

7 VII Semester

EE2405 - Power System Simulation Laboratory

Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical Engineering plays a vital role in manufacturing and technological advancement. It is arguably the broadest of the main Engineering disciplines and the department equips the students with analytical depth in a wide range of engineering subjects, balanced with practical experience and essential transferable skills. The Department has made substantial investment in up-to-date equipment in its laboratories and has enviable computing facilities.

Sl.No Semester Name of the Laboratory
1 I Semester

GE6161 – Computer Practices Laboratory

GE6162 – Engineering Practices Laboratory (Group A & B)

GE6163 – Physics and Chemistry Laboratory – I

2 II Semester

GE6261 - Computer Aided Drafting and Modeling Laboratory

GE6262 - Physics and Chemistry Laboratory – II

3 III Semester

ME 6311 – Manufacturing Technology Laboratory – I

CE6461 - Fluid Mechanics and Machinery Laboratory

EE6365 - Electrical Engineering Laboratory

4 IV Semester

ME2258 - Manufacturing Technology Laboratory II

ME6412 - Thermal Engineering Laboratory – I

CE6315 - Strength of Materials Laboratory

5 V Semester

ME2306 - Thermal Engineering Laboratory – I

ME2307 - Dynamics Laboratory

ME2308 - Metrology and Measurements Laboratory

ME2309 - CAD/CAM Laboratory

6 VI Semester

ME2355 - Thermal Engineering Laboratory II

GE2321 - Communication Skills Laboratory

7 VII Semester

ME2404 - Computer Aided Simulation and Analysis Laboratory

ME2405 - Mechatronics Laboratory


The college has a library and Information Centre which plays a vital role in achieving the cherished objectives of improving the education standard by stimulating academic interest among the students community. It has separate reading and reference sections to serve the under graduate and post graduate students.It has huge collection of 14550 volumes of books under Science and Humanities, Engineering and Technology, Management and Computer Applications with 2500 titles.

Apart from this, it has digital resources facilities for students and staff such as DELNET & IEEE online journals. It is fully automated and all the transactions are Computerized. Books are classified and arranged according to the DDC (Dewey Decimal Classification Scheme).Added to these, the library has OPAC (Online Public Access Catalogue) facility to enable easy access for the user. It also has a collection of books related to TOEFL, GRE, GATE (All branches), CAT, civil services examinations to help those students to prepare for competitive examinations and placement training.



The Boys’ Hostel spread over two floors and accommodates about 600 students. The boys’ hostel has separate library, reading room, shuttle courts and a shop to facilitate the students. The hostel blocks also have STD facility.


The Girls’ Hostel spread over two floors and accommodates about 500 students. The Girls’ hostel has Shuttle courts, Table tennis and a shop to facilitate the students. The hostel blocks also have STD facility.


  1. Students are not allowed to stay inside the hostel during college hours without obtaining prior permission / leave from the warden.
  2. Disciplinary actions will be taken against the student who goes out of the hostel without permission.
  3. Getting permission and not returning in time will be viewed seriously and further permissions will not be granted.
  4. No student shall leave the hostel after 6.30 p.m.
  5. Study hours have to be strictly followed with perfect silence in the hostel from 8.00 p.m to 10.00 p.m daily.
  6. Attendance will be taken during the Study hours and the room doors should be kept partially open during the study hours
  7. Watching television after 8.00p.m is strictly prohibited.
  8. Food Timings in Hostel :

    Morning Coffee : 6.45 a.m – 7.15 a.m

    Breakfast : 7.50 a.m – 8.45 a.m

    Lunch : As per College Timetable

    Snacks : 5.00 p.m – 5.30 p.m

    Dinner : 7.00 p.m – 8.00 p.m

  9. Timings should be followed strictly.
  10. Meals or snacks should not be taken to rooms.
  11. No student is permitted to take the utensils like tumblers, plates etc to the room from the mess. Severe action will be taken against violators.
  12. Students are denied entry to the Kitchens and Pantries of the Hostel.
  13. Students in the hostel must be friendly with the fellow students. They should not quarrel or fight for any reason. Any dispute between students must be brought to the notice of the Warden/ Deputy Warden.
  14. Organizing groups on the basis of linguistics, religion or any other kind inside the Hostel premises is strictly prohibited.
  15. Students are responsible for their own belongings and should not possess valuable items like gold. Students are advised not to leave money or valuables in their rooms. The Management will not be responsible for loss of such valuables and money.
  16. Illegal activities / Misbehavior / Using Bad languages and rude signs in the hostel premises may result in immediate expulsion from the hostel.
  17. Any damage to the Hostel properties by the students in their wing will lead to collection of compensation from the concerned students of that particular wing.
  18. Students are not permitted to interfere in any way with the electrical system in their rooms.
  19. Playing cards and other indoor games inside the room is strictly prohibited.
  20. Students are not permitted to use any electrical & electronic items like radio, heaters, iron box, walkman etc.
  21. The cleanliness of rooms and all toilet facilities must be carefully preserved.
  22. All waste must be thrown in the dustbins provided in the rooms.
  23. The walls of the rooms should be clean. Pasting posters or driving nails in the walls is strictly prohibited. Severe action will be taken against violators.
  24. Taps and lights must be turned off when not in use.
  25. Night stay in local guardian’s house is not permitted.
  26. Permission will not be given for tuition and computer classes outside the campus.
  27. Phone calls are encouraged if it is from the parents. Phone calls after 10.30 p.m. are not encouraged.
  28. . No student is permitted to possess mobile phone inside the hostel premises. Student can use the coin phone provided in the hostel with the prior permission from the Warden / Deputy Warden. However phone calls are not permitted after 10.30 p.m.
  29. . Computer / Laptops are allowed only for education purpose. If computer / Laptops found being misused. It will be seized immediately.
  30. All illness must be reported to the Deputy Warden, who may call for medical aid.
  31. Permission letter from parents, leave letter and permission forms should be duly filled by the student, when he leaves the hostel to his home or outside the hostel.
  32. Letters are allowed only from the parents
  33. Letter addressed to the student should bear the room number also.
  34. Mess will be closed after the last day of the regular University Examinations.
  35. Late comers to the hostel at night will be severely punished.
  36. Students have to get prior permission from the Deputy Warden / Warden to use the Computer labs, Library and Game Kits after 6.30 p.m.
  37. Students should avail only one permission in a month to go home or Holiday. They should not go home on other occasions except with specific permission.
  38. Students should carry the ‘Hand book’ when they go out on permission and entry must be made.
  39. Loss of Hand book should be immediately reported to the warden and fresh book will be given upon by paying a fee of Rs.50/-
  40. The furniture provided to the students should be neatly maintained and if any damage or defacing is done repair charges and painting charges will be collected.
  41. No visitors / Day scholars are permitted to meet the students in the hostel without the permission of the Warden / Deputy Warden. They are strictly prohibited to enter the rooms of the hostel students. Hostel students found violating this rule will be expelled from the hostel.
  42. It is prohibited to use Cigarette, Liquor, Pan items, Chewing Gums etc..,
  43. A student dismissed from the college is dismissed from the hostel also.
  44. Non – obedience to the rules and regulations shall lead to the expulsion from the hostel and the College.


The college is providing canteen facility to the students as well as teaching and non teaching staff of the college, it is capable of catering the demands of the students and can accommodate 400 persons at a time. It has spacious & properly maintained room as well as kitchen. Generally the college provides it to any individual on contract basis after proper officials formalities. The canteen offers a wide medley of hygienic, nutritious South Indian Vegetarian and Non-vegetarian wholesome edible food. Arrangement has been made for the boys & girls to dine separately.

The College canteen also caters to the functions organized in the college auditorium & other related programmes like seminars, conferences and workshops.


The College has adequate buses which are made available to the students and the faculty members for commuting from various points in and around the town. All students should make use of the college transport or should stay in the hostel. This facility has made it possible to start the classes in time and thereby helping the academic process. Our bus facilities have enabled us to maintain discipline among students.

All the buses reach the Campus before 8.30 a.m., so that all the students and faculty can have their breakfast and get ready to attend the classes at 8.45 a.m.

The buses leave the campus at 5.00 p.m., which helps all the students to reach home early and safely.

These buses operate along 21 routes starting from different points approximately between 6.30 a.m and 6.45 a.m. The starting points are

  •   Jayankondam
  •   Bhuvanagiri
  •   Kurinjipadi
  •   Neyveli-Mandarakuppam
  •   Edamanal
  •   Virudhachalam
  •   Srimushnam
  •   Muttam
  •   Sirkazhi
  •   B.Muttlur
  •   Neyveli Township
  •   Manalmedu
  •   Chidambaram
  •   Velakudi
  •   Kullanchavadi
  •   Andimadam
  •   Vaitheeswarankoil
  •   Kumbakonam
  •   Cuddalore