Type of College
DEEMED
Accreditation & Recognition
UGC
Established
2017
Affiliation
Sardar Patel University
No Program Found.
Qualification
Eligibilty Criteria
Minimum Eligibilty to Apply
Ranking (CAREER360)
NA
Ranking (TIMES OF INDIA)
NA
Ranking (OUTLOOK)
NA
Ranking (THIS WEEK)
NA
Ranking (INDIA TODAY)
NA
Fee Per Year
RS. 100000
LIBRARY
Yes
HOSTEL
Yes
COMPUTER LABS
Yes
SPORTS
Yes
MEDICAL SUPPORT
Yes
CAFETARIA
Yes
LABORATORIES
Yes
AUDITORIUM
Yes
GYM
Yes
CLASSROOMS
Yes

Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India

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History

The Government of Tamil Nadu established the Anna University of Technology on 4 September 1978 through Tamil Nadu Act 30 of 1978. The new university was formed from the erstwhile University of Madras faculty of engineering and technology and consisted of four institutes: Madras Institute of TechnologyCollege of Engineering, GuindyAlagappa College of Technology and School of Architecture and Planning. In 1982, the current name "Anna University" was adopted.[1]

In 2001, under the Anna University Amendment Act of 2001, the university became an affiliating university, taking under its wings all the engineering colleges in Tamil Nadu. This included six government engineering colleges, three government-aided private institutions, and 426 self-financing colleges. On 1 February 2007, as a result of a Government of Tamil Nadu decision, the university was split into six universities constituent universities: Anna University, Chennai, Anna University of Technology, Chennai, Anna University of Technology, TiruchirappalliAnna University of Technology, CoimbatoreAnna University of Technology Tirunelveli and Anna University of Technology, Madurai.[2] The institutes were formally created in 2010. On 14 September 2011, a bill was passed to merge back the universities.[3] The merger became final in August 2012.[4]

In 2011 and 2012 the constituents were merged back to a single affiliating university and the four regional universities continue to function as regional offices of the university.

Admissions

A common entrance test — the Tamil Nadu Professional Courses Entrance Examination (TNPC EE) — was used as a basis for admission to professional courses in the state until 2006.[5] Starting in the academic year 2007-08, students were admitted to engineering colleges on the basis of their higher secondary marks.[6] Post graduate admission process is carried out through TNEA.[7]

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