Research | PSR

Research Centre

P.S.R.R College of Engineering (PSRRCE) is a leading Institution in the southern region of Tamil Nadu. Centre for Research at PSRRCE provides research opportunities to the aspiring candidates serving in Educational Institutions / Industries / Research Organizations / Research Laboratories and Government Departments. The support provided by the PSRRCE research centre to the research community includes internally funded projects through PSREC grants, externally funded projects through DST, AICTE and similar grants, book writing grants and start-up grants. In addition to that and in order to support the junior faculty to get on board actively in research, our centre sponsors the Junior Faculty Grant (JFG) designed for fresh young graduate faculty members. Supporting research and scholarly activities is not limited to research areas of the institution, but is also extended to serving the community through societal grants for studies of relevance and benefit to the local society. Centre for Research does not only support research activities of our faculty, but also contributes to their scholarly and teaching skills through research projects, conference attendance support, and collaboration with international institutions.

Research | PSR

We are doing our utmost efforts to enhance the efficiency and effectiveness of research activities at PSRRCE. We strive to achieve our goal of leadership in quality research that is focused and directed towards excellence in the areas of expertise of our faculty and researchers. We hope to create the support, guidance and conducive environment that will enhance quality research outputs and will support PSRRCE leadership role in the local as well as the international community.

We count on our faculty, researchers and students to play the major role in achieving our common goal of excellence in research. We also invite you all to provide us with your suggestions and feedback for the improvement of the services we provide to the research community. This Centre is offering admission to Ph.D. programmes twice a year. Details required for the scholars/supervisors are posted in the website and periodically updated. Helpdesk is available for scholars to express their problems /to clarify any doubts.

Research Committee

In order to strengthen and expand the research activities in the institute, R&D cell was established and is functioning in this Institution from last several years. The R&D Cell promotes research activities in frontier areas of Engineering, Science, Technology and Management. Research activities includes the enhancement in the research publications in peer reviewed journals, Research Projects, Patents, Industry Collaborations, and to receive grants from various funding agencies like DST, AICTE, CSIR, MSME, TNSCST, DRDO, DAE, UGC etc.



Objective of R and D Cell:

  • To create a conducive environment for promotion of Research & Innovation activities in the institute. 
  • To encourage faculty members to apply for Major, Minor Research Projects, Incubation, Design and innovation Centres 
  • To ensure smooth functioning and effective Management of Research & Innovation activities at the institute. 
  • To promote collaborative research. 
  • To strengthen industry – institute interaction by promoting consultancy, testing and need based research & innovation activities in the institute.
  • Implementation, follow-up, progress and monitoring of on-going projects.
  • To assist in matters related to collaborative research with other agencies.

S.No NameDesignationResponsibility
1Dr.B.G.Vishnuram PrincipalChairperson
2 Dr.P.Marichamy Dean Co-Chairperson
3 Dr.M.Shahul Hameed Dean (Research) Secretary
4Dr.P.Pitchipoo IQAC Coordinator Member
5Dr.K.Ruba Soundar Prof. in CSE and HOD Member
6 Dr.K.Valarmathi Prof. in ECE and HODMember
7Dr.H.Kanagasabapathy Prof. in Mech. Engg. and HODMember
8Dr.R.Madavan Prof. in EEE and HODMember
9Dr.S.ManikandanProf. in Bio Medical Engg. and HODMember
10Dr.K.SubramanianProf in Bio Technology Engg and HODMember

List of Research Scholars Completed Phd in our Research Center

S.No Name Reg.No Department Title Supervisor Date
1. R.Vasudev 7070023120 Civil Use of Turn Steel Scrap as Fiber in Concrete Dr.B.G.Vishnuram 10.12.2015
2. S.Kalirajan 7089023103 Civil Self – Compacting Concrete with M – Sand Dr.B.G.Vishnuram 12.08.2016
3. K.Anbuvelan 10900231001 Civil Ductile Behaviour of FRC Frames under Cyclic Loading Dr.K.Subramanian 29.11.2016
4. R.Ilangovan 7081023104 Civil Restoration of Polluted Lakes using Structural and Non Structural Approaches Dr.K.Subramanian 29.12.2016
5. K.Lekshmi 1324489778 CSE Cluster Analysis-based Classification of Hepatic Tumor Cells in Histopathology Image using Machine Learning Techniques Dr.K.RubaSoundar 12.12.2018
6. S.Ravikumar 1314289139 MECH A Machine learning Approach to Fault Diagnosis to self Aligning Carrying Idler in Belt Conveyor System Dr.H.Kanagasabapathy 04.07.2019
7. R.VedhaPriyaVadhana 20117401106 CSE A Novel Video In painting Technique Based on 3D-Edge-Curvelet Transform and Digital Notch Filtering Method Dr.K.RubaSoundar 08.07.2019
8. L.Thanga Mariappan 1314489280 CSE Amputating Wormhole Attacks with Secure Routing and Monitoring in Wireless Sensor Networks Dr.K.Rubasoundar 30.08.2019
9. R.Arul Kumar 1214289729 Mech Studies on Biomass Densification Dr.H.Kanagasabapathy 06.11.2019
10. R.Kesavamoorthy 1214489739 CSE Secure Cloud Environment against DDoS Attacks by Multi Agent Systems Dr.K.Rubasoundar 27.12.2019
11. R.Rethan Raj 1314289132 MECH Investigation on the Abrasive Water Jet Machining Characteristics of Zirconium Silicate-Hexagonal Boron Nitride Reinforced Hybrid Aluminium Metal Matrix Composite Dr.H.Kanagasabapathy 21.02.2020
12. S.JosephineKelvina Florence 1524169155 Civil Response of Composite Cylindrical Shells to High Frequency Acoustic Excitation Using Statistical Energy Analysis Dr.K.Subramanian 28.02.2020
13. K.A.ShaheerAbubavker 20117401007 CSE Content Based Image Retrievel on Large Medical Stereoscopic Image Database Dr.K.RubaSoundar 09.03.2020
14. N.Kavitha 1424489155 CSE Algorithms for Moving Cast Shadow Detection in Video Surveillance Applications Dr.K.RubaSoundar 12.03.2020
15. K.A.ShaheerAbubavker 20117401007 CSE Algorithms for Moving Cast Shadow Detection in Video Surveillance Applications Dr.K.RubaSoundar 12.03.2020
16. A.Kamaraj 1414489180 ECE Studies on Reversible Logic Based Gates and Circuits for Arithmetic Operations Dr. P.Marichamy 20.03.2020
17. B.Indra 16234897447 ICE Development of Improved Packet Classification System in Software Defined Network Dr.K.Valarmathi 10.06.2020
18. L.R.Priya 20117401055 CSE Certain Investigation on channel/QoS Aware Strategy to Improve the Performance of Downlink Long Term Evolution (LTE) Dr.K.Rubasoundar 12.06.2020
19. B.Guruprakash 20117401088 CSE A Swarm Intelligence Based Clustering Technique with Scheduling for the Amelioration of Lifetime in Sensor Networks Dr.C.Balasubramanian 18.06.2020
20. D.S.Manoj Abraham 20117201041 Mech Investigation of Accelerated Aging Effects in Phenolic Ablative Composites Dr.H.Kanagasabapathy 22.06.2020
21. R.Ranjith Kumar 71060231015 Civil Studies on Biological Treatment of Pulp and Paper Mill Waste Water Dr.K.Subramanian 05.08.2020
22. M.Poomani @ Punitha 1222489720 CSE Analysis on the Classification of High Resolution Remote Sensing Images using Object Oriented Technique Dr.K.RubaSoundar 03.09.2020
23. Mr.S.Muthukumar 20117401091 CSE A Cross Layer Token Assignment and Analysis Model for Efficient Wormhole Attack Detection in MANET Dr.K.RubaSoundar 09.09.2020
24. Mr.S.N.Manoharan 1314489755 CSE Innovative Securable Fuzzy Logic Based Ranking Mechanism to aid Document Search on Outsourced Cloud Data Dr.K.RubaSoundar 23.09.2020
25. C.Vinola 1424489199 ECE Enhancing Real Time Emotional Perception of Visually Impaired People using Machine Learing Techniques Dr.K.Valarmathi 06.10.2020
26. Mr.C.Kalyana Sundram 1413489179 ECE Studies on the Identification of Taste Disorder through EEG signal Analysis Dr.P.Marichamy 25.01.2021
27. S.Senthil Kumar 16142797230 Mech Comprehensive Analysis on the Tribilogical and Machining  Performance of Al-Mg Incorporated with MoS2 through Powder Mettalurgy Dr.P.Pitchipoo 19.03.2021

PATENTS 2020 - 2021

S.No Name of The Applicant Department Title Application No. Year
1. Dr.M.Shahul Hameed Civil Eco-Efficient Geopolymer Bricks 202141004597 A 2021
2. Dr.M.Shahul Hameed Civil Low Cost Eco-Friendly Fibre False Ceiling 202141004595 A 2021
3. Dr.M.Shahul Hameed Civil Fiber Reinforced Rubber Weathering Joint for Pavement 202141004603 A 2021
4. Dr.K.RubaSoundar CSE Smart Alarm Device for Protecting Agricultural field From Animals and Birds 202141004608 A 2021
5. Dr.P.Kavitha CSE Design of a Novel Security Mechanism for Manet Against Impersonation Attacks 202141004647 A 2021
6. Dr.P.Marichamy ECE Remote Controlled Waste Collecting Machine from Fresh Water Resources 202141004628 A 2021
7. Dr.P.Marichamy ECE Automatic Painting System in Congested Area 202141004621 A 2021
8. Dr.P.Marichamy ECE Footboard Avoidance System in Public Transport 202141004626 A 2021
9. Dr.P.Marichamy ECE Wheelchair Cum Stretcher for Small Healthcare 202141004623 A 2021
10. Dr.A.Muthiah Mech Solar Operated Riddle Machine 202141004598 A 2021
11. Dr.P.ShenbagaVelu Mech Design And Implementation of Smart Irrigation System 202141004609 A 2021
12. Dr.Kanagasabapathy Mech Manual Seed sowing Machine for Small Scale Farming 202141004604 A 2021
13. Dr.P.Pitchipoo Mech Low Cost Impact Sensitivity Tester for Pyrotech Chemicals 202141004599 A 2021
14. Dr.S.Kalidass Mech Design and Fabrication of Horizontal and Vertical Cutting Machine 202141004596 A 2021
15. Dr.R.Madavan EEE Smart System for Child Rescue From Borewell 202141004622 A 2021
16. Dr.R.Madavan EEE Modular Designed Agricultural Robot for Ploughing Seeding Harvesting And Spraying Pesticides 202141004627 A 2021
17. Dr.R.Rajeswari Bio-Tech Develop a Clinical Tissue Paper Using Hypena Muciforms Copper Nanoparticles 202141004620 A 2021
18. Dr.K.Subramanian Bio-Tech Biodegradable Plastics from Gracilaria Edulis 202141004617 A 2021

PATENTS PUBLISHED/AWARDED

Sl. NoName of the ApplicantDepartmentTitleApplication No. Year
1Dr.M.Shahul HameedCivilPrefabricated ferro-foam concrete doors201941012315A2019
2Dr.M.Shahul HameedCivilEco-friendly Roof weathering tiles201941012318A 2019
3Dr.R.ArunCSEControlling road traffic signal using image processing201941004428A 2019
4Dr.S.SingaravelanCSEVoter face recognition as a verification system using radon transformation based electronic voting201941004424A 2019
5Dr.S.AmuthaCSEEnergy –optimized expanding ring search algorithm for secure routing against black-hole attack in MANETs201941004425A 2019
6Dr.S.RajasoundaranCSESecure online vote polling system using protected operating system services201941004421A2019
7Dr.S.PriyadarsiniCSESegmentation and classification of liver images from CT images201941004422A2019
8Dr.A.RamathilagamCSEDeadline execution in public clouds using enhanced artificial BEE Colony resource mechanism201941004423A 2019
9Dr.P.MarichamyECESmart cart with automated billing using AADHAR201941001316A2019
10Dr.P.MarichamyECEBorewell Rescue Robot201941001317A 2019
11Dr.P.MarichamyECEUnderwater survelliance ROBOT201941001318A 2019
12Dr.P.MarichamyECEAutomatic Adjustment of Position of Microphone using Ultrasonic sensor and RF Module201941001319A 2019
13Dr.P.PichipooMECHNovel Power Generator For Automobiles201941012314A2019
14Dr.A.MuthiahMECHDesign of scrap Plummeting Shredder Machine201941012317A 2019
16Dr.R.DinagaranMECHTissue Paper Punching Machine In Crackers manufacturing201941012316A 2019
17Dr.H.KanagasabapathyMECHFlame Retardants by surface on fabrics201941037126A2019
18Dr.R.Madavan EEEModular design and implementation of stepped DC Source multilevel inverter by reducing the switching201941004629A 2019
19Dr.R.MadavanEEE Prevention Of Road Accidents Using Smart Helmet201941004630A 2019
20Dr.C.BalasubramanianCSEImproved Blind Image Steganalyzer Performance Using CurveletAnd Novel Third Order Spam Features202041002590A 2019
21Mr.K.GanesanMECHFriction Stirr Crack Propagation Standstill Technique 201841012574A2019
22Dr.R.RajagopalanEEEDesign and Development of Smart Waist Belt for Visually Impaired Individuals201941029670A2019
23Dr.K.GanesanMECHPaver Block and a Method for manufacturing the same201841004830A2018

DATE OF VIVA-VOCE EXAMINATION

Name of the Scholar
Register No
Dept
Thesis Title
Supervisors
Date of Viva-Voce
Raja Guru R
1514489172
ICE
Dynamic Spectrum Access in Next Generation Heterogeneous Cognitive Mobile Networks
Dr.P. Marichamy 20.07.2021
Senthil Kumar S
16142797230
MECH
Comprehensive Analysis on the Tribological and Machining Performance of Al-Mg Incorporated with MoS2 through Powder Metallurgy
Dr.P. Pitchipoo 19.03.2021
Mr.C.Kalyana Sundaram
1413489179
ECE
Studies on the identification of Taste Disorder through EEG Signal Analysis
Dr.P.Marichamy 25.01.2021
Manoj Abraham D S
20117201041
MECH
Investigation of Accelerated Aging Effects in Phenolic Ablative Composites
Dr.H.Kanagasabapathy 22.06.2020
Guruprakash B
20117401088
ICE
A Swarm Intelligence Based Clustering Technique with Scheduling for the Amelioration of Lifetime in Sensor Networks
Dr.C.Balasubramanian 18.06.2020
Priya L R
20117401055
ICE
Certain Investigation on channel/QoS Aware Strategy to Improve the Performance of Downlink Long Term Evolution (LTE)
Dr.K.Ruba soundar 12.06.2020
B Indra
16234897447
ICE
Development of Improved Packet Classification System in Software Defined Network
Dr.K.Valarmathi 10.06.2020
R Ranjith Kumar
71060231015
CIVIL
Studies on Biological Treatment of Pulp and Paper Mill Waste Water
Dr.K.Subramanian 01.04.2020
Kamaraj A
1414489180
ECE
Studies on Reversible Logic Based Gates and Circuits for Arithmetic Operations
Dr.P.Marichamy 20.03.2020
Kavitha N
1424489155
CSE
Algorithms for Moving Cast Shadow Detection in Video Surveillance Applications
Dr.K.Ruba soundar 12.03.2020
Rethan Raj R
1314289132
MECH
Investigation on the Abrasive Water Jet Machining Characteristics of Zirconium Silicate-Hexagonal Boron Nitride Reinforced Hybrid Aluminium Metal Matrix Composite
Dr.H.Kanagasabapathy 20.02.2020
Shaheer Abubacker K A
20117401007
CSE
Content Based Image Retrievel on Large Medical Stereoscopic Image Database
Dr.K.Ruba soundar 09.02.2020
Kesavamoorthy R
1214489739
CSE
Secure Cloud Environment against DDoS Attacks by Multi Agent Systems
Dr.K.Ruba soundar 27.12.2019
Thanga Mariappan L
1314489280
CSE
Amputating Wormhole Attacks with Secure Routing and Monitoring in Wireless Sensor Networks
Dr.K.Ruba soundar 30.08.2019
Vedhapriyavadhana R
20117401106
CSE
A Novel Video Inpainting Technique Based on 3D-Edge-Curvelet Transform and Digital Notch Filtering Method
Dr.K.Ruba soundar 08.07.2019
Lekshmi K
1324489778
CSE
Cluster Analysis-based Classification of Hepatic Tumor Cells in Histopathology Image using Machine Learning Techniques
Dr.K.Ruba soundar 12.12.2018

Publications

     

    • K. Ramasamy, Balamuralithara a/l Balakrishnan & Mohammad Umar Siddiqi, “A new class of asymmetric turbo code for 3G systems”, AEU – International journal of Electronics and Communications, Elsevier publications, vol. 60 No.6 pp.447-458, 2006.
    • K. Ramasamy, Mohammad Umar Siddiqi & Mohammad Yusoff Alias, “Weight distribution analysis of proposed asymmetric turbo code for improved performance”, AEU – International journal of Electronics and Communications, Elsevier publications, vol. 60, No.7 pp. 479-493, 2006.
    • K. Ramasamy, M. U. Siddiqi, M. Y. Alias and A. Arunagiri, “Performance Comparison of Convolutional and Block Turbo Codes”, IEICE Electronics Express (ELEX), vol. 3, No. 13, pp. 322-327, 2006.
    • K. Ramasamy, A.Arunagiri & B.Venkatesh, “Artificial Neural Network Approach- An Application to Radial Load Flow Algorithm”, IEICE Electronics Express (ELEX), vol. 3, No. 14, pp.353-360, 2006.
    • K. Ramasamy, Mohammad Umar Siddiqi, and Mohamad Yusoff Alias, “Performance of JPEG Image Transmission Using Proposed Asymmetric Turbo Code,” EURASIP Journal on Advances in Signal Processing, vol. 2007, Issue 1, Article ID 75757, pp.44-54, January 2007. doi:10.1155/2007/75757.
    • Mukter Zaman, Md. Shabiul Islam and K. Ramasamy“ToF measurement based novel top edge detection algorithm for a smart security system”, IEICE Electron Express, vol. 4, No. 20, pp.617-623, 2007.
    • K. Ramasamy, Mohammad Umar Siddiqi & Mohammad Yusoff Alias (2009). “Performance Characteristics and Weight Distribution Analysis of Turbo Product Code with Reed-Muller Component Codes”, International Journal for Light and Electron Optics, Volume 120, Issue 3, January 2009, Pages 127-135.
    • K. Ramasamy, Balamuralithara a/l Balakrishnan & Mohammad Umar Siddiqi. (2008), Unequal Power Allocation for the Proposed Asymmetric Turbo Code for 3G systems, International Journal of Electronics, Circuits and Systems, vol.2, No.2, pp. 71-75.
    • K. Ramasamy, Balamuralithara a/l Balakrishnan & Mohammad Umar Siddiqi. (2009), Optimal Power Allocation for the Proposed Asymmetric Turbo Code for 3G systems, AEU – International journal of Electronics and Communications, Elsevier publications, vol. 63, No.7 pp. 551-561, July 2009.
    • M.Yousoof, Mohd Sapiyan, K. Ramasamy (2008), Performance Evaluation of the Software Visualization Tools and A New Framework to Manage Cognitive Load in Computer Program Learning, WSEAS Transactions on Information Science and Applications, Issue 5, vol.5, pp.655-663, ISSN: 1790-0832.
    • S. Sheik Mohammed, K. Ramasamy, T. Shanmuganantham, “A Sierpinski Fractal Based Microstrip Patch Antenna for Wireless Power Transmission System”, International Journal of Computer Applications”, Digital Library URI:http://www.ijcaonline.org/archives/number13/273-433, 2010.
    • S. Sheik Mohammed, K. Ramasamy, T. Shanmuganantham, “Wireless Power Transmission – A Next Generation Power Transmission”, International Journal of Computer Applications”, Digital Library URI: http://www.ijcaonline.org/archives/number13/274-434, 2010.
    • R.Suresh Babu, M.Suganthi, K. Ramasamy“BER performance comparision of multiple antenna using space time block coded OFDM system in multipath fading environment”, The Indian Journal of Technical Education, vol 35, no.2, pp. 26-34, April-June, 2012.
    • M.Arumugapriya, R.Renugadevi, and K.Ramasamy , K.Vijayalakshmi “Enhance the performance of quality of service in mobile adhoc networks” , International Journal of Scientific & Engineering Research, Volume 5, Issue 5, pp. 154-158, May-2014 ISSN 2229-5518
    • M.Malathi, R.Radhakrisnan, and K.Ramasamy, “Extraction of dense representation of the motion segmentation”, International Journal of Scientific & Engineering Research, Volume 5, Issue 5, pp. 217-221, May-2014 ISSN 2229-5518
    • R.Chitra ramya, V.Srirenganachiyar, and K.Ramasamy, “Active contour based visual tracking using levelsets”, International Journal of Scientific & Engineering Research, Volume 5, Issue 5, pp. 229-234, May-2014 ISSN 2229-5518
    • D.Jeyashree, G.Sharmila , and K.Ramasamy, “Combined approach on analysis of retinal blood vessel segmentation for diabetic retinopathy and glaucoma diagnosis”, International Journal of Scientific & Engineering Research, Volume 5, Issue 5, pp. 235-240, May-2014 ISSN 2229-5518
    • M.Rajalakshmi, A.Kalarani, and K.Ramasamy, “Flexible mkfcm based image segmentation”, International Journal of Scientific & Engineering Research, Volume 5, Issue 5, pp. 241-246, May-2014 ISSN 2229-5518
    • M.Arumugapriya, R.Renugadevi, K.Ramasamy, and K.Vijayalakshmi, “Enhance the performance of quality of service in mobile adhoc networks” , International Journal of Scientific & Engineering Research, Volume 5, Issue 5, pp. 154-158, May-2014 ISSN 2229-5518
    • A.Suganya, G.Sivakumar, and K.Ramasamy, “Secured energy efficient mechanism for manet”, International Journal of Scientific & Engineering Research, Volume 5, Issue 5, pp. 324-329, May-2014 ISSN 2229-5518
    • R.Mahalakshmi, C.Mukuntharaj, and K.Ramasamy, “ Pipeline thread construction using vlsi”, International Journal of Scientific & Engineering Research, Volume 5, Issue 5, pp. 330-337, May-2014 ISSN 2229-5518
    • P.Suganthi, A.Gokila , and K.Ramasamy, “Satellite image restoration using shearlet transform”, International Journal of Scientific & Engineering Research, Volume 5, Issue 5, pp. 763-767, May-2014 ISSN 2229-5518
    • N.Birundha, S.Vaitheki, and K.Ramasamy, “An adaptive energy efficient multihop broadcast protocol for asynchronous duty cycle in wireless sensor network” , International Journal of Scientific & Engineering Research, Volume 5, Issue 5, May-2014 ISSN 2229-5518
    • R.Vidhya, N.R.Sathis Kumar , and K.Ramasamy, “ Minimum energy conservation routing protocol for manet”, International Journal of Scientific & Engineering Research, Volume 5, Issue 5, pp.347-351, May-2014 ISSN 2229-5518
    • R.Mahalakshmi, V.Dhanam, and K.Ramasamy, “Design of cpw-fed uwb monopole antenna with extended ground plane stubs” , International Journal of Scientific & Engineering Research, Volume 5, Issue 5, pp.342-346, May-2014 ISSN 2229-5518
    • T.Gnanapraba,G.Viji, and K.Ramasamy, “ Optimization of network based on node mobility and topology change”, International Journal of Scientific & Engineering Research, Volume 5, Issue 5, pp.352-356, May-2014 ISSN 2229-5518
    • G.Brindha, S.Jebakumar gomer rajadurai, and K.Ramasamy, “Iimplementation of a tree based multicast routing protocol in manet”, International Journal of Scientific & Engineering Research, Volume 5, Issue 5, pp.440-444, May-2014 ISSN 2229-5518

Research Policy

    Promotion of Research and Innovation


    The PSRRCE grants freedom to its students and faculty,

    • To carry out research in their chosen field
    • To approach any funding agency to seek support for their research work
    • To report their findings and conclusions freely

    However, the PSRRCE reserves the right to scrutinize the research proposal and make it available for constructive criticism of peers. PSRRCE also expects that researchers shall not violate established professional ethics, norms pertaining to the health, safety, privacy, and other personal rights of human beings or to the infliction of injury or pain onanimals. The institute shall strive to create a conducive environment for research. The institute, to the extent feasible, support all research to be undertaken, by allocating the space, facilities and other resources for research programmes based on the scholarly and educational merits of the proposed research. It shall also provide development opportunities to researchers for writing research proposals andr eports, publications, patent filing,etc.

    Identification of Thrust Areas

             Although the researchers have the freedom to choose their own topics of research,it is highly desirable to make research socially relevant. The institute expects the different departments to have a thrust area of research, with a view to be focused in theirefforts.

    Research Projects

             A faculty member can submit a research project to any government or non-government agency.Every research proposal has to be submitted for institute’s approval through the Principal office which will maintainan up-to-date record of all submitted as well as sanctioned research projects. The institute may monitor the progress, maintain its accounts and submit the utilization certificate in time to the funding agency for all funded research projects. The institute also encourages students and faculty members to report findings from a research project either as a publication or patent

    Publication of Papers in Journals

              Faculty members shall be expected to publish their research in refereed national and international journals. Except in case of Indian languages, it is expected that the journals are indexed in SCOPUS (Elsevier) and/or Web of Science. In order the improve quality of research publications, institute shall provide incentive for all such publications that appear in SCOPUS (Elsevier) and/or Web of Science indexed journals.

    Consultancy and sponsored research

            PSRRCE encourages its faculty to take up sponsored research and consultancy assignmentsand projects. All consultancy activities will be governed by statutes as updated from time to time. Any intellectual property arising out of sponsored research will be owned jointly by the institute and theconsultant.

    Patent and IPR

             The institute encourages its research community to file for patents arising out of their work. The application for filing patent will have to be submitted to institute’s Research Committee for scrutiny. Expenses for filing patent, sharing of revenue in case a patent is commercialized shall be done as per statutory provisions. The institute shall create awareness about intellectual property rights among faculty, researchers and scholars from time to time.

    Collaborative National & International Research

            PSRRCE encourages its faculty members to conduct collaborative research with their peers from reputed National and International Universities and Institutions. The institute may also sign Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with prominent Universities and Research Institutions, for conducting joint research in the areas of common interest.

    Research Misconduct

    • Research misconduct is defined as any fabrication,falsification or plagiarism in proposing,performing or reviewing research or in the reporting results of research.
    • Research misconduct does not include an honest error or difference of opinion, authorship dispute that donot involve plagiarism, and violations of other University policies (e.g., sexual harassment policy).
    • PSRRCE believes that the occurrence of misconduct is a threat to the basic principles of research.
    • The institute shall put in place a mechanism for taking action on all allegations of misconduct, and shall ensure that the procedures for the inquiry, investigation and adjudication of any misconduct are well defined and just for all partiesinvolved.

    The Institution has taken number of Initiatives for Promoting Research Activities as follows:

    • Incentives for faculty for receiving external researchgrants.
    • Cash incentives for writing technical & literatureBooks.
    • Cash incentives for research publications in refereed National/ International journals.
    • Financial assistance to faculty for presenting technical papers in national, international conferences / workshops / FDPs / Seminars.
    • Continuous augmentation of Centers of excellence/Research labs with state of art equipment and software.
    • Supporting measures for patent filing.

      Incentive Scheme for Research Activities:
Publication TypeRewards (in Rs.)
Funded Projects5% of Sanctioned Project Funding
Books Published by renowned National / International Publishers5000/-
Publication in Scopus / SCI/ WoS Journals5000/-
Publication in International Conferences1000/-

Consultancy Policy

    Definition of Consultancy Services and Projects

    Consultancy services and projects include an assignment or job basically for providing expert advice, problem solving, targeted training, testing and laboratory based experimental work, market research and survey. The faculty member of the Institute or the department involved in consultancy are referred as consultants and the industry or private party or any other outside agency seeking consultancy is referred as the beneficiary.

    General Principles of Consultancy

    • A consultancy work may be undertaken by the faculty members in their area of expertise
    • The consultancy services should be undertaken only with prior permission from the Institute
    • It should not interfere with the discharge of prime duties of the faculty member or thedepartment
    • Consultancy services should not be in conflict with the interest of the Institute
    • In the context of consultancy services, the consultant should not directly or indirectly get associated with any other activities which may be unethical orinappropriate
    • The two types of consultancy are Individual Consultancy and Institutional Consultancy. Individual Consultancy is offered by a faculty member in his/her individual capacity. Institutional Consultancy is offered by a team of faculty members from the same discipline or different discipline of theInstitute
    • In the case of foreign consultancies, the Institute will permit to take up the consultancy based on the nature of the consultancy work. The consultant team has to execute a bond with theInstitute
    • All payments for consultancy shall be routed through institute only. This means, that whenever payments are done, they should come in the name of the institute, electronically into the designated bank account and institute will then do the needful for complying with statutory laws and then give the share to the faculty/staff as the case may be. No individual faculty member shall receive any compensation either cash or in kind directly
    • Breakup of the consultancy charges may not be shared with the client. Only a lump sum figure of total consultancy charges may be quoted. However, the working sheet should be maintained as a part of internal records and shall be subjected to Internal Audit as deemed necessary
    • The consultancy agreement shall be in conformity with the laws of India as laid out in the Standardized Terms and Conditions. In exceptional circumstances after due approvals, compliance with both the Countries and/or International laws may be agreed upon
    • The responsibility for completing the Project rests solely with the PI. The agreed deliverables are the responsibility of the PIs. Institute provides the PIs only the necessary support
    • After completion of the project, a final Project Completion Report shall be provided to the funding agency and two copies shall be submitted to the office of Principal for records
    • A Completion Certificate should be obtained from the funding agency for successful completion of the project based on which only the project account will be closed by the institute
    • Testing & Evaluation services may be offered to meet the needs of governmental and related agencies, special clients and other outside educational institutions
    • Standardization and Calibration services may be offered in areas in which facilities are available within institute or can be augmented. Such services should normally be backed by periodic Calibration/ Standardization of laboratory equipment used for such purposes
    • In extraordinary cases, where the Institutional consultancy work taken up cannot be completed by the PI, institute reserves the right to reassign the consultancy work to another Investigator

    Institutional Policy on Revenue sharing

    The consultancy fees for the consultant should be mentioned in the budget proposal submitted by the beneficiary and should be approved by the Principal

    S.No
    EARNINGS
    PI & TEAM
    INSTITUTE
    1
    Personal Consultancy
    70%
    30%
    2
    Institutional Consultancy
    40%
    60%
    3
    Testing and Evaluation
    30%
    70%
    4
    Standardization and Calibration
    20%
    80%

    Nature of tasks considered for Consultancy

    • Establishment of laboratory
    • Project for setting up a pilot plant/getting a bankloan
    • Efficacy testing of new products
    • Offering consultancy work in their site/factory
    • Private agencies requesting for training of their staff
    • Annual consultancy on contract for food quality improvement/product development
    • Field visit for diagnosis and problem solving

    Exclusions

    This policy does not apply to those activities, which may be paid or unpaid, and which are in furtherance of scholarship or general dissemination of knowledge, such as but not limited to:

    • Authorship of or royalties from publication of books
    • Research, training and teaching
    • Guest Lectures, serving on Scientific Advisory Boards, Research Councils and Professional Associations and Statutory Bodies
    • Service on charitable committees
    • External examiner duties
    • Lecture tours and conference presentations or attendance
    • Editorship of academic journals or publication of academic articles
    • Professional arts performances
    • Any other activity as defined by the job description of the Staff

    Personal Consultancy will not be allowed typically in the following circumstances:

    • When the Consultancy services are to support projects such as research projects, which are already being conducted at PSRRCE
    • When such Consultancy would contractually preclude PSRRCE or its Staff from engaging in other research or other consultancy
    • When there is any potential to bring PSRRCE into disrepute
    • Whether the proposed personal consultancy will impact on the individual’s work with PSRRCE
    • To protect the available Intellectual Property Rights of PSRRCE

CODE OF ETHICS FOR RESEARCH

    • The research scholars of P.S.R.R College of Engineering (PSRRCE) are expected to maintain academic integrity in their research work. Academic integrity includes values of morality, trust, honesty, respect, social responsibility, legality and professionalism.
    • The research scholars of PSRRCE should adhere to relevant policies of government, institution and professional societies.
    • The scholar whose research involves human subjects, animal subjects and nature should obey the relevant policies while carrying out the research.All the scholars should respect the human rights and dignities of all those involved in any inquiry project and must appropriately address questions of consent, power relations, deception, confidentiality and privacy. In particular, scholars must address a range of complex issues around developing and maintaining respectful and ethical relationships with research partners based on mutual respect for academic traditions and institutional circumstances.
    • All the scholars are encouraged to disseminate original results of their research in the case of projects and thesis.
    • Any scholar exhibiting misconduct the necessary disciplinary actions will be taken according to the type of allegation and the report of investigation. If the registration of particular scholar is cancelled, he/she will not be eligible for readmission to any of the courses of this institution.
    • Cases of misconduct includes plagiarism, piracy, abuse of copyrights, abuse of research resources, misuse of funds, fabrication, falsification of data, fraudulent changing of records, misconduct in formal examinations, disrupting the works of others and misleading ascription of authorship.
    • If the scholar faces any issues while carrying out the research that should be reported to the concerned supervisor very immediately.
    • Over and above, all the scholars of PSRRCE are expected to follow the research conduct rules of MHRD, UGC and Anna University, Chennai by which PSRRCE is affiliated.

MECHANISM FOR DETECTING PLAGIARISM

    The college uses the following plagiarism detecting software’s for checking the plagiarism

    • URKUND – Plagiarism Checker
    • Plagiarism Checker X Pro

    URKUND – Plagiarism Checker

    All the recognised supervisors of Anna University on given access to the URKUND Plagiarism Checker by the Centre for Research, Anna University, Chennai for checking Plagiarisms in the papers, publications, synopsis and Thesis of their respective Ph.D Scholars.

    Research Scholar should submit the copy of Urkund plagiarism check report to the concern supervisor paper, drafted before submitting into the Journal/Conference.

    The research scholar thesis should accompany Urkund plagiarism report while submitting synopsis and thesis to center of research, Anna University.

    Plagiarism Checker X Pro

    The College uses Plagiarism Checker X Pro software for detecting plagiarism in the following documents

    • Faculty Journal publications
    • PG Thesis
    • UG/ PG paper publications
    • PG Assignments

    UG/PG Students should submit the copy of plagiarism checker X pro report to the concern Guide, before submitting into the Journal/Conference.

    In case, maximum of 20% of similarity is allowed for PG Thesis, UG/PG paper publications and PG Assignments.

Research | PSR

Research Centres

    PSRRCE built innovative and effective interdisciplinary programs in Waste management techniques, eco-friendly structural members, coastal research, Internet of Things, Cloud Computing, Image processing, Composite Materials, Renewable Energy systems, Artificial Intelligence and observing innovative and latest technology in all fields. PSRRCE plays an important role among the human society needs to understand the fundamental workings of the Scientific advances, engineering innovation and educational excellence.

    Research Projects:

    One of the important criteria to judge the performance of research output of the institution is to obtain recognition by reputed Government/Autonomous sponsoring agencies towards generation of funds to conduct quality research. The institute has received a number of research grants from agencies like AICTE, DST, IEI, DRDO, CSIR, SERB, ISTE, UGC, NAAC, TNSCST etc. over the period.  In addition to this, PSREC has also encouraged the faculty members to initiate research by giving the seed money to undertake various minor research projects. The funds obtained through the research projects/ grants have significantly increased in last few years, with total research funds of nearly Rs. 105 Lakhs obtained during academic year 2016-2017 to 2019-2020. Major research grants include, research grant of Rs. 95.03 lakhs received from All India Council Technology and Engineering (AICTE). Research fund of Rs.17.04 lakhs from DST, and Rs.68.7 lakhs from TNSCST and Texas Instruments.

    Research Publications:

    As a result of tireless efforts taken in the research activities, the PSRRCE has to its credit many research publications in National and International peer reviewed Journals. The faculty members have also presented research papers in various reputed national and international conferences. It is noteworthy to mention here that research papers have published in peer reviewed journals with impact factor in the range 0.3 to 8.5.

Contact

Dr. M.SHAHUL HAMEED
Dean (Research),
P.S.R.R College of Engineering ,

Sevalpatti | Sivakasi | 626 140
Virudhunagar District | Tamilnadu | India

Email dean_research@psr.edu.in

Funding Organizations

Govt. Or non-Govt. Organization providing financial grant to encourage research and development through various schemes.

    • Sciences
    • Arts
    • Engineering
    • Research Associateship (RA)
    • Technology development
    • Interdisciplinary Approaches

Major Funding Organisations

    • Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR)
    • University Grant Commission (UGC)
    • Department of Science and Technology (DST)
    • Defense Research and Development Organization (DRDO)
    • Department of Atomic Energy (DAE)
    • Department of Biotechnology (DBT)
    • Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR)
    • All India Council for Technical education(AICTE)

Other Funding Organisations:

    • Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO)
    • Ministry of Comm. & I. T. (MOCIT)
    • Ministry of Food Processing Industries (MFPI)
    • Ministry of Non-Conventional Energy Sources (MNES)
    • Ministry of Power, Central Power Research Institute (CPRI)

COUNCIL OF SCIENTIFIC AND INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH (CSIR)

    The Council of Scientific & Industrial Research (CSIR) provides financial assistance to promote research work in the fields of Science & Technology, including Agriculture, Engineering and Medicine. The assistance is provided by way of grants to Professors/Experts in regular employment, in the universities, IITs, post-graduate institutions, recognised R&D laboratories both in public and private sectors. Research proposals of applied nature as well as those falling under basic sciences which attempt to solve specific problems being pursued by CSIR laboratories, or in newer and complementary fields, are considered for CSIR support. Priority is given to multi-disciplinary projects which involve inter-organisational co-operation (including that of CSIR laboratories). However, preference is given to schemes which have relevance to research programmes of CSIR laboratories.

    • Junior Research Fellowship (JRF)
    • Syllabus for Joint CSIR UGC Test for JRF & LS (NET)
    • Senior Research Fellowship (SRF)
    • Research Associateship (RA)
    • Senior Research Associateship (SRA) (Scientist’s Pool Scheme)
    • Emeritus Scientist
    • Visiting Associateship
    • Research Scheme / Sponsored Research Schemes
    • Indian Language Journal
    • Travel Grant
    • Grant for Holding Symposium/Seminar
    • Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar Prize (SSB)
    • G N Ramachandran Gold Medal
    • Young Scientist Awards (YSA)
    • Shyama Prasad Mukherjee Fellowship (SPMF)
    • CSIR-Nehru Science Postdoctoral Research Fellowship Scheme
    • Programme on Technology Led Entrepreneurship
    • CSIR Program on Youth for Leadership in Science (CPYLS)
    • Click here to go to the site: http://csirhrdg.res.in/

UNIVERSITY GRANT COMMISSION (UGC)

    UGC supports the colleges, universities and individuals through various research funding schemes.

FOR COLLEGE ONLY

    • Faculty Development Programme for Colleges
    • Organising Conferences/Workshops/Seminars in colleges
    • Development Assistance to colleges for the Construction of Buildings.
    • Development Grant to Colleges (includes 14 merged schemes)
    • College with Potential for Excellence
    • UGC-Network Resource Center (UGC-NRC) in the Colleges
    • Jubilee, Centenary Grants to Colleges.
    • Instrumentation Maintenance Facility (IMF) in College.
    • Establishment of New Model Degree Colleges in educationally Backward District Low (GER) .
    • Guidelines for implementing the scheme for providing One-time Catch-up Grant to Uncovered (Non-12 B) Colleges

FOR BOTH UNIVERSITY / COLLEGES

    • Introduction of Career Oriented Courses in Universities and Colleges
    • Guidelines for Development of Women’s Studies in Indian Universities and Colleges.
    • Guidelines for Human Rights and Values in Education.
    • Guidelines for Setting Up of Media Centres / Affilated Media Centres.
    • Guidelines scheme on Lifelong Learning and Extension.
    • Guidelines for UGC-INFONET Digital Library Consortium.
    • Guidelines for Estabilshemnt and Monitoring of the Internal Quality Assurance Cells (IQACs) in Higher Educational Institutions (HEIs).
    • E-Content Development.
    • Developement of Sports Infrastructure and Equipment in Universities and Colleges.
    • Guidelines for providing additional assistance to Universities and 5500 Colleges already covered under Section 12(B) of the UGC Act, 1956.
    • Guidelines for Eastablishment of Special Cells for SCs & STs in Universities/ Deemed to be Universities and Grant-in-aid Institutions & IUCs receiving central assistance.
    • Guidelines for Universities, Research Institute and Colleges for Procurement, Storage, Usage and Disposal of Radioactive and other Hazardous Materials/ Chemicals.

FOR DEPARTMENTS OF UNIVERSITY / COLLEGE

    • Special Assistance Programme (SAP).
    • Guidelines For Innovative Programmes.
    • Research Fellowship in Humanities & Social Sciences Students (RFH & SSS).

FOR INDIVIDUAL

    • Research Awards
    • Emeritus Fellowship.
    • Travel Grant Scheme for College Teachers/College Librarians/Vice Chancellors/Commission Members and UGC Officers. (Hindi Version)
    • Post Graduate Indira Gandhi Scholarship Scheme For Single Girl Child
    • Post Graduate Merit Scholarship Scheme For University Rank Holders In General & Honours Courses At Undergraduate Level
    • Research Fellowship in Sciences for Meritorious Students.
    • Dr. D.S. Kothari Post-Doctoral Fellowships in Sciences, Medical Sciences & Engineering Sciences.
    • Dr.S Radhakrishnan Post Doctoral Fellowship (PDF) in Humanities and special Social Sciences(including language) for the year 2008-2009.
    • Research Project for Teachers Major and Minor .(Hindi Version)
    • Capacity Building for Women Managers in Higher Education.(Hindi Version)
    • Rajiv Gandhi National Fellowship for SC/ST Candidates.
    • UGC new scheme of providing special honorarium to teachers who are Fellows of at least two of the four Science Academies identified by UGC.
    • UGC Revised Guidelines for the Scheme of Appointment / Honorarium of Guest/Part-Time Teachers.
    • Scheme for Incentivisation of Teachers, Subject /Discipline based Association for Organisation of Various Academic & Research Activities
    • Guidelines for strengthening Social Science And Humanities Teaching And Research Capacity
    • Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) and Research Associateship (RA) for Foreign Nationals
    • Junior Research Fellowship in Engineering & Technology
    • Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) in Sciences, Humanities and Social Sciences
    • Post Doctoral Fellowship to Women Candidates
    • Maulana Azad National Fellowship for Minority Students

DEPARTMENT OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY (DST)

    • To promote research in newly emerging frontier areas of science and engineering including multidisciplinary fields.
    • To encourage young scientists to take up challenging R&D activities.
    • To give special encouragement to projects from relatively small and less endowed University Departments and Institutions.
    • To encourage patenting facilities to scientists and technologists in the country for Indian and foreign patents on a sustained basis.

SCHEMES

    • Science & Engineering Research Council
    • Intensification of Research in High Priority Areas (IRHPA)
    • Mission on Nano Science and Technology (Nano Mission)
    • Ramanujan Fellowship
    • JC Bose National Fellowship
    • Ramanna Fellowships
    • Fund for Improvement of S&T Infrastructure in Universities and other Higher Educational Institutions (FIST)
    • Sophisticated Analytical Instrument Facilities (SAIFs)
    • Human Resource Development and Nurturing Young Talent.
      • Swarnajayanti Fellowships
      • Fast Track Scheme For Young Scientists (FAST)
      • Better Opportunities for Young Scientists in Chosen Areas of Science and Technology (BOYSCAST)
    • Women Scientists Programs
    • Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojana
    • Innovation in Science Pursuit for Inspired Research (INSPIRE) programme
    • International Travel Support Scheme
    • Assistance to Professional Bodies & Seminar/Symposia
    • Earth System Sciences
    • Mathematical Sciences Office
    • Utilization of the Scientific Expertise of Retired Scientists (USERS)
    • National Science & Technology Management Information System (NSTMIS)
    • Click here to go to the site: http://www.dst.gov.in

DEFENSE RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT ORGANIZATION (DRDO)

    • Aeronautics Research and Development Board (AR&DB)– has approved projects in the field of Aeronautics and related areas
    • Armament Research Board (ARMREB) has approved projects in the fields of high energy materials, sensors, ballistics and other armament related fields.
    • Naval Research Board (NRB), projects are being pursued in five technology areas.
    • Life Sciences Research Board (LSRB) projects have been supported in the areas of biological and bio-medical sciences, psychology, physiology, bio-engineering, specialized high altitude agriculture, food science and technology.
    • Others
      • Travel Grant
      • Grant for Holding Symposium/Seminar
    • Click here to go to the site: http://www.drdo.gov.in

DEPARTMENT OF ATOMIC ENERGY (DAE)

    The Department of Atomic Energy (DAE) supports extramural research and development activities in nuclear and allied sciences, engineering and technology through its nodal funding agency – the Board of Research in Nuclear Sciences (BRNS). BRNS continuously thrives to encourage, enthuse and support scientists and engineers in pursuing excellence in R & D programmes of interest and relevance to DAE.

BOARD OF RESEARCH IN NUCLEAR SCIENCE (BRNS)

    • Research Grants through Projects
    • Symposium/Seminar
    • Young Scientist Research Award
    • Click here to go to the site: http://www.barc.gov.in

BOARD OF RESEARCH IN FUSION SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY (BRFST)

DEPARTMENT OF BIOTECHNOLOGY (DBT)

    Department of Biotechnology enhances the research activities through different R&D schemes.

ICMR SCHEMES/FUNDING

    ICMR encourages following thrust areas such as communicable diseases, Tribal health, Reproductive, Nutrition, and non-communicable diseases thorough Research funding.

    • Short Term Visiting Fellowships.
    • Ad-hoc Research Schemes.
    • Task-Force Projects.
    • Junior Research Fellowships.
    • Senior Research Fellowship/Research Associate.
    • Emeritus Medical Scientist Scheme.
    • Centres for Advanced Research.
    • ICMR Postdoctoral Research Fellowship.
    • Click here to go to the site: : http://www.icmr.nic.in/

ALL INDIA COUNCIL FOR TECHNICAL EDUCATION(AICTE)

    AICTE supports the higher education through various research schemes.

Schemes

    • Development of End Product/Research infrastructure to enhance research activity
    • Faculty member with Post Graduation for Doctoral work
    • AICTE Schemes/Fundings Scheme for Modernization & Removal of Obsolescence in Tech. Education (MODROB)
    • Development of new Research Facility
    • Career Award for Young Teachers
    • Scheme of Entrepreneurship Development
    • Staff Development Program

Others

    • Seminar Grants .
    • Travel Grants (Attending International Conference/Workshop etc.)
    • Click here to go to the site: http://www.aicte-india.org/

OTHER FUNDING ORGANISATIONS

    INDIAN SPACE RESEARCH ORGANIZATION (ISRO)

    The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) has evolved a programme through which financial support is provided for conducting research and development activities related to Space Science, Space Technology and Space Application to academia in India. This programme of ss. In special cases research and development projects proposed by non-academic R & D laboratories can also be supported through this programme. The aim of RESPOND is to encourage quality research in areas of relevance to the Indian space programme.

MINISTRY OF COMM. & I. T. (MOCIT)

    Providing Support for creation of Innovation Infrastructure in emerging areas of technology.

    • R&D Funding Scheme (61 KB)
    • Technology Incubation and Development of Entrepreneurs
    • Multiplier Grants Scheme
    • Support International Patent Protection in Electronics & IT (SIP-EIT) Scheme

    E-Governance.

    • Common Services Centers Scheme.
    • Capacity Building Scheme.
    • State Data Centre Scheme.
    • State Wide Area Network (SWAN).

    Scheme for GIA Support for Conferences / Seminars / Workshops / Symposium.

    • Proforma for Grants-in-Aid(GIA).

    Electronics and IT Industry.

    • STPI Scheme.
    • Special Economic Zones (SEZ) Scheme.
    • Electronics Hardware Technology Park (EHTP) Scheme.
    • Export Oriented Unit (EOU) Scheme.
    • Export Promotion Capital Goods (EPCG) Scheme.
    • Duty Exemption and Remission Schemes.

    Economic Planning.

    • IT for Masses Plan Scheme.

    HRD/Knowledge Management

    • Scheme of Manpower Development for Software Export Industry.
    • Scheme for Participation of Private Institutes under ISEA Project.

MINISTRY OF FOOD PROCESSING INDUSTRIES (MFPI)

    • Infrastructure Development
    • National Mission on Food Processing (NMFP)
      • Technology Up-gradation/ Establishment/ Modernisation of Food Processing Industries.
      • Cold Chain, Value Addition and Preservation Infrastructure for non-horticultural produce.
      • Human Resource Development.
      • Scheme for Promotional Activities.
    • Setting up/ Up-gradation of Quality Control/ Food Testing Laboratory/R & D and Promotional Activity
    • Strengthening of Institutions
    • Click here to go to the site: http://www.mofpi.nic.in

MINISTRY OF POWER, CENTRAL POWER RESEARCH INSTITUTE (CPRI)

    Thrust Areas

    • Power system planning, improvement, studies
    • Diagnostic and condition monitoring of power system equipments
    • Reliability enhancement of power station equipment etc
    • Click here to go to the site: http://www.cpri.in/

MINISTRY OF NON-CONVENTIONAL ENERGY SOURCES (MNES)

    Ministry has identified thrust areas in which R&D efforts are required. Ministry considers R&D proposals which are directly related to the activities/ programmes of the Ministry and hold promise for commercialization in near future. The thrust areas mainly covers programmes, such as, Rural Energy; Solar Energy; Energy from Urban & Industrial Wastes; Power Generation- Wind, Biomass, Small Hydro; New Technologies- Chemical Sources (fuel cells), Hydrogen, Ocean & Geothermal Energy; etc.

    Click here to go to the site:http://www.mnre.gov.in/

Research | PSR

Research Projects

PSRCE research Centre to the research community includes internally funded projects through PSRCE grants, externally funded projects through DST, AICTE, SERB, ISTE, NAAC, UGC, CSIR and similar research grants and start-up grants.

Tamil Nadu State Council for Science and Technology (TNSCST)

S.No Dept Name of the Investigator(s) & Department Title of the Research Project Starting Year Period Sanctioned amount in Rs. Status
1 Bio-Tech Dr.R.Rajeswari Isolation and Structural Characteristics of Novel Gangliosides from echmoidgonads with investigation on their mouth and breast anticancer Properties 2019-2020 1 year 10,000 Completed
2 Mechanical Mr.K.Ravikumar Water Tank Cleaning Machine 2018-2019 1 year 7,500 Completed
3 Bio-Tech Ms. V.Varalakshmi Biodegradable Plastic from shells of Arachis hypogeal 2018-2019 1 year 7,500 Completed
4 Bio-Tech Dr. M. Aynul Rifaya Anti cancer activity of betasitosterol in Sphaeranthusindicus, antiviral activity against corona and anti hyperlipidemic activity 2016-2017 1 year 7,500 Completed
5 Mechanical Mr. S. Durairaj Design and fabrication of birds disturbing machine in agriculture farm 2017-2018 1 year 10,000 Completed
6 Mechanical Mr. Y. Kumara samy Design and fabrication of adaptive head light 2017-2018 1 year 10,000 Completed
7 Civil Dr.M.Shahul Hameed Efficient use of Plastic Materials as sand replacement in concrete 2017-2018 1 year 10,000 Completed
8 Mechanical Dr.P.Pitchipoo A Novel power generation for automobiles 2016-2017 1 year 10,000 Completed
9 Civil Dr.M.Shahul Hameed Treatment of effluents from dyeing industries using natural adsorbents 2017-2018 1 year 10,000 Completed

DST

S.No Dept Name of the Investigator(s) & Department Title of the Research Project Starting Year Period Sanctioned amount in Rs. Status
1 Science and Humanities Dr.R.Srinivasan Synthesis and Characterisation of rare earth doped lanthanum and gadolinium oxide nanoparticles for luminescence applications 2014-2015 3 year 17,00,000 Completed

Texas Instrument Projects

S.No Dept Name of the Investigator(s) & Department Title of the Research Project Starting Year Period Sanctioned amount in Rs. Status
1 ECE Dr.P.Marichamy Canny Helmet 2018-2019 6 months 15,000 Completed
2 ECE Dr.P.Marichamy Smart Vehicle Security System 2017-2018 6 months 15,000 Completed
3 ECE Dr.P.Ranjith Kumar High Efficiency Energy Transmission System for Mobile Robot based on VLSI 2017-2018 6 months 15,000 Completed

AICTE

S.No Dept Name of the Investigator(s) & Department Title of the Research Project Starting Year Period Sanctioned amount in Rs. Status
1 ECE Dr.P.Marichamy Faculty Development Programme 2020-2021 2 Weeks 5,50,900 Ongoing
2 CSE Dr.P.Ranjith Kumar STTP- Supporting Open Technologies for Deployed Artificial Intelligence 2020-2021 6 Days 3,36,700 Ongoing
3 ECE Dr.A.Ramathilagam STTP-Cyber Security 2020-2021 6 Days 3,067,00 Ongoing
4 EEE Dr.S.Madavan MODROB(Rural)-Improving learning abilities of students in the area of electric drives through moderation of power electronis lab 2020-2021 1 Year 13,48,000 Ongoing
5 CSE Dr.R.Arun SPDC- Skill and PersonnalityDevelopentPrograme 2019-2020 1 Year 19,53,000 Ongoing
6 ECE Dr.P.Marichamy STTP – Emerging Trends in Data Migration and Wearable Computing aspects of IoE 2017-2018 6 days 3,05,000 Completed
7 Civil Dr.M.Shahul Hameed STTP on Advanced Concrete Technology 2017-2018 6 days 2,75,000 Completed
8 ECE Dr.K.Valarmathi MODROBS – Mixed Signal Circuit Design Lab 2017-2018 2 year 14,20,000 Ongoing
9 ECE Dr.P.Ranjith Kumar GOCInternational Conference on Challenges and Opportunities for Development of Smart Cities (CODS) 2017-2018 3 days 5,00,000 Completed
10 CIVIL Dr.M.Shahul Hameed STTPIndustrial And Municipal Solid Waste Management For Green India 2019-2020 6 days 3,63,500 Ongoing
11 ECE Dr.K.Valarmathi RPSA Novel approach for the design and implementation of Wearable antennas by detecting the stages of Brain tumor 2019-2020 1 Year 7,00,000 Ongoing
12 MBA Dr.P.Kannan Interpersonal skills(IPS) of behavioral best teachers 2019-2020 6 days 2,77,666 Ongoing

NAAC

S.No Dept Name of the Investigator(s) & Department Title of the Research Project Starting Year Period Sanctioned amount in Rs. Status
1 ECE Dr.P.Ranjith Kumar National Conference on Innovation in Teaching and Learning Process in Higher Education 2018-2019 3 days Self support Completed

ISTE

S.No Dept Name of the Investigator(s) & Department Title of the Research Project Starting Year Period Sanctioned amount in Rs. Status
1 Civil Dr.M.Shahul Hameed STTP on Sage Design and Construction of High Rise Building 2018-2019 5 days Self support Completed
Research | PSR

Supervisors

P.S.R.R College of Engineering (PSRCE) is a leading Institution in the southern region of Tamil Nadu. Centre for Research at PSRCE provides research opportunities to the aspiring candidates serving in Educational Institutions / Industries / Research Organizations / Research Laboratories and Government Departments.

SUPERVISORS

S.No Reference No. Supervisor Name Designation Department Research Area E-mail
1. 2140264 Dr.Ramasamy K Professor/ Director (Academic) Electronics and Communication Engg Communication Engg. ramasamy@psrr.edu.in
2. 2640087 Dr.Niranjil Kumar A Principal / Professor Electronics and Communication Engineering Image Processing, Networking, VLSI and Embedded System aniranjilkumar@gmail.com