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B. S. Abdur Rahman Crescent Institute of Science and Technology,Tamil Nadu
B.S Abdur Rahman Crescent Institute of Science and Technology is deemed to be a university located in Tamil Nadu. The university is accredited by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council with a grade of ‘A+’. The institute is structured around 12 schools of study namely the School of Mechanical Sciences, School of Infrastructure, School of Electrical and Communication Sciences, School of Computer Information and Mathematical Sciences, School of Physical and Chemical Sciences, School of Social Sciences and Humanities, School of Arabic and Islamic Studies, School of Life Sciences, Crescent School of Pharmacy, Crescent School of Architecture, and Crescent School of Business. B.S Abdur Rahman Crescent Institute of Science and Technology is recognised by the University Grants Commission (UGC). In engineering category of NIRF ranking 2021, the college has been ranked at 112th position. The institute offers admission to various courses in the field of Engineering, Technology, Architecture, Medical and Health Sciences, Computer Application and IT etc. The institute also conducts its own entrance examination known as Crescent Institute Engineering Admission Test (CIEAT) for offering admission to various engineering courses.
B.S. Abdur Rahman Crescent Institute of Science and Technology Location
The institute is located in Seethakathi Estate GST Road (Chennai-Trichy National Highway, NH45, Vandalur, Tamil Nadu. Chennai International Airport is the nearest airport to B.S Abdur Rahman Crescent Institute of Science and Technology at a distance of 15 km away that will take around 15-20 mins for students to reach the campus. The nearest railway station is Chennai Central Railway Station to BS Abdur Rahman Crescent Institute of Science and Technology at a distance of 37.8 km away and students can reach the campus in 42 mins. Students can take a bus from the Bus Stand that will take them around 15 minutes to reach B.S Abdur Rahman Crescent Institute of Science and Technology.
Bharath Institute of Higher Education and Research (BIHER) was established in 2002 by Shri Lakshmi Ammal Education Trust. Bharath Institute of Higher Education and Research is approved by the UGC and ranked 59th in NIRF ranking 2020 in the university domain. However, in NIRF 2021 ranking, Bharath Institute of Higher Education and Research has been ranked 75th in the overall category. As per the NIRF ranking 2021 for the university category, BIHER has been ranked 51 and the NIRF ranking in the same category for the year 2020 was 59. The institute is spread over a massive campus size of 305 acres with a faculty strength of 1702. The total number of students enrolled is 15,589. The institute offers admissions at the undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral levels. The disciplines in which these courses are offered are - Technology, Commerce, Science, Arts, Pharmacy, Business Administration, Architecture and Computer Applications. The institute offers a variety of facilities and infrastructure to its students. Bharath Institute of Higher Education and Research also assists students with scholarships and helps them get placed at reputed companies.
The vision of the institute is to provide excellent academic infrastructure and research ambience for students. The mission of the institute is to provide students with education and training in order to help them build a better society based on ethics and morality.
Bharath Institute of Higher Education and Research Location
The institute is located at 173, Agharam Road, Selaiyur, Chennai, Tamil Nadu. The nearest railway station to Bharath Institute of Higher Education and Research is Tambaram Railway Station, located at a distance of 7 km from the campus. The nearest airport is Chennai International Airport, located at an approximate distance of 12 km from the campus. Students can easily reach the campus from the airport or the railway station by hiring a cab or a taxi. The nearest bus stand is Balaji Nagar Bus Stand. The campus is just located at a distance of 1.6 km from the campus.
VisionThe 21st century poses a lot of challenges that could be overcome with the help of education and technology. Keeping this in mind Dr. M.G.R Educational and Research Institute University was started with a vision of providing a better foothold for the students of today to face the challenges. To succeed in the world today you need more than just academics. The modern adult is expected to have a combination of technical know-how and ambitious confidence. Being aware of the demand that is placed on the youth today, Dr. M.G.R. Educational and Research Institute University has preserved to nurture and groom young men and women through Engineering, Medical, Dental and Humanities and Sciences.
- Above 75% Annual Placement Conversion
- Encouragement of innovative talents & spirits of the students through Hindustan Technology Business Incubator (HTBI) & Hindustan Entrepreneurship and Innovation Centre (HEIC)
- Strong Alumni Network
- Sponsorship to attend seminars/conferences (National & International)
- Highly qualified faculty with industry and academic experience
- Access to state-of-the-art laboratories and workshops
- International Mobility Programmes including one semester abroad program, student/faculty exchanges and higher studies
- Scholarship available for meritorious and sports students
- MOUs with leading industries and institutions in India and Abroad
- Excellent library facility with complete digital access for online databases like SCOPUS, IEEE, Springer, ScienceDirect, Nature, etc
- Opportunity to be involved in various research centres and projects on campus.
- Regular Industrial Visits & Internship to execute projects at national and international Industries/Institutions
- Adherence to Bloom's Taxonomy and Outcome Based Education (OBE) Practices
- Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) for students to choose the subjects and teachers
Madras Christian College autonomous was set up in Chennai in 1837. In the year 2013, the Madras Christian College was re-accredited by National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) with an ‘A’ Grade. The college is accredited with an A grade with NIRF rank standing at 18th under the college category in the year 2021. It is a Co-Ed institution. The campus has 33 departments, 105 classrooms, 16 seminar halls and 73 laboratories. There are 6 residential hostels at Madras Christian College. Among six, three are there for boys and three are there for girls. There is a central library, a modern cafeteria and an exclusive innovation park. The self-financing option to pursue education was started from the year 1999.
Madras Christian College established the ‘MCC Boyd Business School’ in 2016. In the same year, the college was awarded UGC - College with Potential for Excellence.
Madras Christian College Location
Madras Christian College (Autonomous) is located at Tambaram East, Tambaram, Chennai, Tamil Nadu. Tambaram Railway Station is the nearest railway station located at a distance of 3 km and one can reach the college within 11 minutes from there. Chennai International Airport is 11.7 km away from the MCC. The nearest bus depot is the MTC Bus Terminal located 2 km away from the college.
Born in 1908 into a rich Parsi family, Mary Clubwala Jadhav was raised strictly in the traditional way by her mother who taught her the values of caring and sharing. In 1926, she was married to Mr. Nogi Clubwala who encouraged her to involve in social activities. In 1937, Mrs. Mary Clubwala was made as the honorary secretary of the Guild of Service. In 1942, with World War II raging Mrs. Clubwala founded the Indian Hospitality Committee and persuaded women from all communities and walks of life to join in the effort to organise mobile canteens, hospital visits, diversional therapy and entertainment programmes for the army men.The victorious 14th Army presented her a Japanese sword in appreciation of her tremendous efforts. Mrs. Mary Clubwala was called “the Darling of the Army” by General Cariappa! After the War, her focus was once again on the Guild of Service which put down roots for various projects like health centres, bakery units, an adoption centre, family assistance schemes, Meals on Wheels, rural development projects, a school for the deaf, to name just a few.
Mrs. Clubwala’s concern for destitute children was responsible for starting the Seva Samajam Boys’ Home and the Seva Samajam Girls’ Home in Adyar in 1950. In 1954, she helped get started, through the joint efforts of the Guild and the Madras Rotary Club, the Bala Vihar in Kilpauk, a school for mentally challenged children. Perhaps Mrs. Clubwala’s most significant contribution was establishing the Madras School of Social Work in 1952 as the fourth social work institution in India and the first institution in South India. She had been honoured by the International Council of Social Welfare with the “Outstanding Service Award” at Hague in 1972. She has also been awarded the “Padma Shri” by Government of India. On 6 th February 1975, she breathed her last in Bombay after a surgery to fight cancer. Condoling her death, Mrs. Indira Gandhi mentioned that India lost an eminent social worker.