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Report: 6th Graduation Day, April 2011

The 6th Graduation Day was held on Saturday 30 April, 2011 for the passed out students of 2010 at the college conference hall. The function commenced with academic procession walking into the auditorium, with the conventional tune played at the background. The Principal Dr. S. Kathirrvelu welcomed the gathering. The Chairman, Mr. M.K.S Sreenivasan gave the presidential address. He said “This is the biggest milestone to date in the lives of the students, but they have many like this to be crossed". The college is proud that the students are placed in the reputed companies and they are the brand ambassadors of the college. He further said “Now onwards the responsibilities on your shoulder is doubled, as on one hand you have to excel in your career and on the other you have duties towards your family members accomplished”. He advised the students to pursue their higher studies and asked them to  Learn while earning. He further said that, Students must work hard to develop their skills and should consistently work with sincerity, which is the key to success.


The Chief-Guest Dr. R Murugesan, Vice Chancellor, Anna University of Technology, Madurai made the convocation address. In his speech he said “It is astonishing to know that you were part of the team that India accounts for nearly one-third of the world's engineering graduates each year and offers a million students the opportunity to pursue technology courses annually".  He further said “India represents nearly 30% of the global annual supply of graduate engineers".  Addressing the students he said “ Believe in yourself. Believe in all that you are, all that you can be and all that you stand for. ” He concluded his speech by stressing on the fact    “ Graduation is only a concept. In real life each and every day you graduate. Graduation is a process that goes on until the last day of your life".

The Vice-Chancellor Dr. R. Murugesan distributed degrees to 156 students who had passed out  BE/B.Tech., degrees in 2010.


After the award of degrees the graduates took the pledge to be honest in the discharge of their duties and serve for the cause of the nation. The convocation function was dissolved by the Principal. The function ended with the National Anthem.