About the Department

The Department of Mechanical Engineering (ME) was established in the year 2011 with the sanctioned intake of 60 students and increase in intake of 120 during 2012 to facilitate the evolution of problem solving skills along with the knowledge application in the field of mechanical Engineering, understanding industrial and global requirements for the benefit of the society.

The department was certified with ISO 9001:2015. The Department has the state –of-the-art facilities for various laboratories, a well equipped seminar hall, wi-fi enabled class rooms to support e-learning with Projectors and a department Library. The Department is currently in the process of NBA and NAAC.

Though the main focus is on academic excellence of students, faculty members motivate the students to participate in technical activities for enhancing their fundamental technical knowledge. Students are also encouraged to participate in various inter-disciplinary and industry sponsored contests as well as cultural events in and outside the college. Our students make best use of these opportunities and bring laurels to the department.

Regular training programs are conducted to enhance the employability of our students. The training programs focus on enhancing their technical skills, soft skills and programming ability. In addition to the co-curriculum activities, a wide range of value added courses are also available in order to improve and refine the overall potential of the students.

The Department of Mechanical Engineering is associated with American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) and Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE).

We have a strong Alumni team who are placed in well reputed MNCs’ across the globe from TVS, BYJU’s, UOLO Technologies, Auriseg, Amazon, Just Dial, Sakura Auto Parts India Pvt. Ltd., Kotak, Indian Bank, Ninja Cart, Vembu Technologies, HNI Autotech, Super auto forge, Wipro Aqua world, Gencor Pacific Auto etc., Despite their busy schedule, they make themselves available on the campus to help the students during the placement training process by conducting mock interviews, group discussions, guest lectures, and motivational talks.

Programmes offered by the Department are:

• B.E (Mechanical Engineering) – Intake of 120 Students.

Teaching and Learning Enhancement:

• As a part of our regular e-Learning Initiative that aims at effective use of current technology to enhance the teaching-learning process and to make it learner driven the department maintains individual course pages which hosts the Syllabus, Lesson Plan, Lecture Notes and other reading materials to conduct Value added courses like CIPET training courses organized in our campus, 3D printing and Drone (Approved by Anna University).

• Periodic guest lectures, workshops are organized for the benefit of students to supplement their curriculum. This facilitates our students to enrich their knowledge and to update the current industry trends.

Research Activities:

• At Present three Faculties are pursuing their Ph.D in Anna University and one faculty at Indian School of Mines, (IIT) Dhanbad.

• Focussing on Research, Faculties are doing research work to publish papers in Web of science and Scopus.

Industry Interaction

MOU-2, NDA-1

 Two MOU’s have been signed till now.

 CIPET (Central Institute of Plastics Engineering and Technology)-India.

 COMSTAR-India

 One NDA-Non Disclosure Agreement.

 VISTEON

Seminar Hall

• To conduct special seminars covering latest developments and trends in the field of Mechanical Engineering, a fully equipped Seminar Hall with seating capacity of 90 is attached with the department.

• The equipment covers one Overhead Projector, one LCD projector and Black board.

Class Rooms

• Each class room is furnished with an Overhead Projector, one LCD projector, and a dedicated Laptop to support the e-Learning process. The class rooms are Wi-Fi enabled class rooms to support the e-Learning Initiative.

DEPARTMENT VISION

To be the most sought-after Department in the field of Mechanical Engineering for imparting Technical Education for the upliftment of the society.

DEPARTMENT MISSION

M1: To provide innovative solutions for industrial problems this helps in societal development.
M2: To inculcate students for a successful career in engineering and technology.
M3: To promote excellence in engineering and technology by motivating students for higher studies.
M4: To motivate self-employment thereby reducing migration to urban areas.
M5: To maintain ethical values while assimilating diverse culture without compromising with Indian value system.
M6: To provide excellent infrastructureand motivate lifelong learning.

PEO’s OF THE DEPARTMENT

PEO1: Have a successful career in Mechanical Engineering and allied industries.
PEO2: Have expertise in the areas of Design, Thermal, Materials and Manufacturing.
PEO3: Contribute towards technological development through academic research and industrial practices.
PEO4: Practice their profession with good communication, leadership, ethics and social responsibility.
PEO5: Graduates will adapt to evolving technologies through life-long learning.

Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs) of the Department

PSO 1: Apply the fundamentals of Mathematics, Science and Engineering acquaintance to solve real time problems with scientific principles under mechanical engineering profession.

PSO 2: Develop the ability to synthesize data for application in modeling and analysis software’s to enhance the capabilities in simulation and demonstrate leadership qualities in activities related to sustainable development of society.

PSO 3: Understand the impact of Professional Engineering solutions in societal and environmental context, commit to professional ethics and communicate effectively.

PROGRAM OUTCOMES (POs)

Engineering Graduates will be able to:

1. Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, Engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.

2. Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.

3. Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.

4. Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.

5. Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modelling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.

6. The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.

7. Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.

8. Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.

9. Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.

10. Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.

11. Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.

12. Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

Laboratory Facilities

The Department is well equipped with Manufacturing technology lab, Thermal Engineering lab, strength of materials lab and CAD/CAM facilities with a variety of simulation and analysis software catering to the needs of the students and covering the curriculum specified by the affiliated to Anna University and 3D printing machine.

The laboratories include:

• Engineering Practices laboratory
• Fluid Mechanics and machinery laboratory
• Strength of Materials laboratory
• Manufacturing Technology Laboratory I & II
• Thermal Engineering laboratory I & II
• Dynamics Laboratory
• Metrology and Measurements laboratory
• CAD/CAM laboratory
• Simulation and Analysis laboratory
• Mechatronics laboratory
• 3D Printing

S. No Subject Code Lab Name Equipment/Configuration Software
1 ME8361 & ME8462 MANUFACTURINGTECHNOLOGY I & II 1. Centre Lathe
2. Brazing Machine
3. Hand Shear
4. Injection Moulding Machine
5. Standard Tools And Calipers
6. All Geared Lathe
7. Capstan And Turret Lathe
8. Vertical Milling Machine
9. Horizondal Milling Machine
10. Gear Hobbing Machine
11. Planner Machine
12. Radial Drilling Machine
13. Cylindrical Drilling Machine
14. Surface Grinding
15. Shaper
16. Slotter
17. Tool Dynamometer
18. Radial Tool Maker's Microscope
19. Centre Less Grinding Machine
20. Tool And Cutter Grinding Machine
21. Milling Tool Dynamometer
22. GEAR SHAPING MACHINE
Nil
2 ME8381/ME8681/ME8711 CAD CAM LAB 1. AOC MONITER
2. CPU(ZEBRONICS)
3. KEY BOARD (DELL)
4. MOUSE (DELL)
5. CNC LATHE
6. CNC MILLING
7. HP A3-SIZE PLOTTER
PRO-E,ANSYS,CATIA,CREO,MATLAB
3 GE8261 ENGINEERINGPRACTISE LAB 1. DRILLING MACHINE
(Model Bench CAP 3/4" With Accessories)
2. POWER HYDRAULIC MACHINE 7"
WITH ACCESSORIES
3. CENTER LATHE MACHINE (4-1/2 Feet Sona)
4. ARC WELDING TRANSFORMER 400 AMP x
Phase Oil Cooled we are offering single
(or) II Phase
5. ARC WELDING TRANSFORMER 350 AMP x 3
Phase Oil Cooled Welding ARC Offering Single
(OR) II Phase
Nil
4 CE8381 STRENGTH OF MATERIALS LAB 1. UNIVERSAL TESTING MACHINE
2. UNIVERSAL TESTING MACHINE
(MECHANICAL EXTENSOMETER )
3. UNIVERSAL TESTING MACHINE
(DOUBLE SHEAR ATTACHMENT)
4. MECHANICAL IMPACT TESTING MACHINE
5. ANALOGUG TORSION TESTING MACHINE
6. BRINELL HARDNESS TESTING MACHINE
7. ROCKWELL HARDNESS TESTING MACHINE
8. SPRING TESTING MACHINE (HAND OPERATED)
9. METALLURGICAL MICROSCOPE
10. METALLURGICAL MICROSCOPE
( REFERENCE MATERIAL)
11. METALLURGICAL MICROSCOPE
(DOUBLE DISC POLISHING MACHINE)
12. MUFFLE FURNACE WITH
DIGITAL TEMPERATURE
13. DEFLECTION TEST APPARATUS
WITH SHARP EDGE SUPPORT
14. STRAIN MEASUREMENT USING
ROSETTE STRAIN GAUGE
Nil
5 ME8781 MECHATRONICS LAB 1. Pneumatics Trainer with Electrical
Controls XPO Electro Pneumatic
2. Pneumatic Trainer with PLC Control
XPO Electro Pneumatic with PLC
3. Servo Controller Interfacing for DC motor
4. Stepper Motor Interfacing
with 8051 Micro Controller
5. Hydraulic Trainer Kit
6. Computerrized Data Logging system with
control variables like Pressure,
Flow & Temperature
7. Speed Control of AC motor
(Open Loop)
8. Speed Control of DC motor
(Closed Loop)
9. Auto Sim 2000
(SAI2254, 16 User Educational License)
10. Air Compressor
11. Computers
Nil
6 CE8381 FLUID MECHANICS LAB 1. ORIFICE METER SETUP
2. VENTURI METER
3. ROTAMETER SETUP
4. PIPE FLOW ANALYSIS
5. CENTRIFUGAL PUMP
6. SUBMERGIBLE PUMP
7. RECEPROCATING PUMP
8. GEAR PUMP
9. PELTON WHEEL TURBINE
10. FRANCIS TURBINE
11. KAPLAN TURBINE
12. EXTRA FOR MONO BLOCK PUMP
AND FITTINGS
FOR 1 TO 4 EQUIPMENTS EACH
Nil
7 ME8511 KINEMATICS AND
DYNAMICS LABORATORY
1. GEAR TRAIN MODELS
2. GEAR TRAIN (COMPOUND)
3. GEAR TRAIN (EPICYCLIC )
4. FOUR BAR MECHANISMS
5. FOUR BAR (SLIDER CRANK MECHANISM)
6. FOUR BAR (DOUBLE CRANK MECHANISM)
7. SINGLE AND DOUBLE UNIVERSAL JOINT
8. TURN TABLE APPARATUS
9. TURN TABLE APPARATUS (Stop Watch)
10.TURN TABLE APPARATUS (0.5 kg Weight)
11.BIFILAR SUSPENSION WITH ACCESSORIES
12. COMPOUND PENDULUM
13. SPRING MASS SYSTEM WITH AND
WITH OUT DAMPING
14. TORSIONAL VIBRATION SETUP WITH ACCESSORIES
15. VIBRATION ABSORBER SETUP
16. TRANSVERSE VIBRATION SYSTEM SETUP
WITH ACCESSORIES
17. FORCE VIBRATION CANTILEVER BEAM SETUP
18. VIBRATING TABLE SETUP
19. DYNAMIC BALANACING MACHINE
20. MULTI DEGREE FREEDOM SETUP
21. STROBOSCOPE
22. ACCELEROMETER SETUP
23. CAM ANALYSER SETUP
24. MOTORIZED GYROSCOPE APPARATUS
25. GOVERNOR APPARATUS
26. WHIRILING OF SHAFT APPARATUS
27. STATIC AND DYNAMIC BALANCING
MACHINE WITH ROTATING MASSES
Nil
8 ME8513 METROLOGY AND
MESUREMENT LAB
1. TEMPERATURE MEASURING SET-UP
2. DISPLACEMENT MEASURING SET-UP
3. FORCE MEASURING SET-UP
4. TORQUE MEASURING SET-UP
5. VIBRATION/SHOCK MEASURING SET-UP
6. PROFILE PROJECTOR
7. MECHANICAL COMPARATOR
8. SCREW MICROMETER (0-25mm)
9. SCREW MICROMETER (25-50mm)
10.SCREW MICROMETER (50-75mm)
11.SCREW MICROMETER (75-100mm)
12. SCREW MICROMETER (100-125mm)
13. VERNIER HEIGHT GAUGE (0-350mm)
14. VERNIER DEPTH GAUGE (0-350mm)
15. SLIP GAUGE
16. GEAR TOOTH VERNIER
17. UNIVERSAL PROTRACTOR
18. AUTOCOLLIMATOR WITH ACCESSORIES
19. ELECTRICAL COMPARATOR
20. SINE CENTER
21. SINE BAR
22. FLOATING CARRIAGE MICROMETER
23. BORE GAUGE
24. TELESCOPE GAUGE
25. SURFACE FINISH
Nil
9 ME8512 THERMAL LAB I & II 1. Two stroke petrol engine cut-section model
2. Four stroke Diesel engine cut-section model
3. Red-wood Viscometer
4. Flash point and Fire Point -Apparatus
5. Four stroke Diesel engine with Mechanical loading
6. Four stroke Diesel engine with Hydraulic loading
7. Four stroke Diesel engine with Electrical loading
8. Single cylinder Petrol engine with
bulb loading device appratus
9. Multi cylinder petrol engine with
hydraulic loading test-rig (Morse test apparatus)
10.Steam turbine test rig apparatus
11.Steam generator test rig's accessories
12. Stop watch
13. Tachometer
14. Thermometer(0-300°C)
15. Steam generator test rig apparatus
16. Data Acquisition system apparatus
17. Thermal conductivity of guarded
hot plate method appartus
18. Heat Transfer in lagged pipe apparatus
19. Heat Transfer in natural convection apparatus
20. Heat Transfer in forced convection apparatus
21. Heat Transfer from a PIN-FIN apparatus
22. Stefan boltzmann apparatus
23. Emissivity measurement apparats
24. Parallel flow and counter flow apparatus
25. Two stage reciprocating air compressor
26. Refrigeration test rig apparatus
27. Refrigeration test rig apparatus-accessories:
pressure guage and digital thermocouple at inlet
and outlet of the compressor and capillary tube
28. Air conditioning test-rig apparatus
29. Air conditioning test-rig apparatus-Accessories
30. Composite Wall Apparatus
31. Thermal Conductivity of Insulating Powder Apparatus
32. HC Refrigeration System Apparatus
33. Fluidized Bed Cooling Tower Apparatus
Nil

Institution and Department Level Excellence

  To obtain the accreditation for the department.
  To obtain high ranking in the surveys.

Academic Excellence

  To improve pass percentage of the students by a targeted percentage points from the previous year.
  To improve the percentage of first class and first class with distinction by a targeted percentage from the previous year.
  To mentor students to obtain a targeted number of university ranks within the first 30 ranks in each year.
  To ensure higher participation of students in the class room by enhancing the quality of teaching learning process, targeting the attendance level above 85%.

Students Professional Activities

  To encourage and support a targeted percentage of students to present/publish papers in reputed national and international conferences and Journals.
  To facilitate a practical orientation to the students through industrial visit and guest Lectures targeting at 2 each year.
  To enter into Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with one leading organization to jointly conduct activities for the benefit of students, faculties and industry.

Students Career Planning

  To provide necessary Training and skill development to students to improve their placement opportunities.
  To mentor high ranked students to get placed in higher salary paying companies and core companies or gain admission in reputed institutions for their higher studies.

Faculty Development

  To plan the development of faculty members through Faculty Development Programs (FDP) in the academic, new technology and teaching skills related areas.
  To mentor and support the targeted number of faculty members to register and a targeted number of faculty members to complete Ph.D in the given academic year.

FACULTY – DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

S.No. Photo Name of the Faculty Designation with Years of Experience Mail id , Intercom and Profile
1 Dr.D.Muruganandam B.E.,M.E.,Ph.D., Professor/ 19 Years 6 Months dmuruganandam@jeppiaarinstitute.org / 4045
2 Dr.P.K.Chidambaram B.E.,M.E.,Ph.D., Professor/ 17 Years 4 Months chidambarampk@jeppiaarinstitute.org /4045
3 Dr.S.BoopathiB.E.,M.E., Ph.D., Associate Professor/17 Years 10 months boopathis@jeppiaarinstitute.org /4045
4 Rajeshkumar.B B.E.,M.E., (Ph.D.) Associate Professor/17 Years 1 months brajeshkumar@jeppiaarinstitute.org/4045
5 SHARON MARISHKA IB.E.,M.E., (Ph.D.) Associate Professor/13 Years 11 months sharonmarikshi@jeppiaarinstitute.org/4045
6 Mr.D.Raguraman B.E.,M.E.,(Ph.D) Associate Professor /15Years 6 months raguramand@jeppiaarinstitute.org/4045
7 Mr.S.ArunB.E.,M.E., (Ph.D) Assistant Professor/9Years 1 Month aruns@jeppiaarinstitute.org/4045
8 Mr.S.KannanB.E.,M.E., Assistant Professor/7Years 5 Months kannans@jeppiaarinstitute.org/4045
9 Mr.M.K.KarthikB.E.,M.E., Assistant Professor/8 Years 11 Months karthikmk@jeppiaarinstitute.org/4045
10 Mr.J.RavikumarB.E.,M.E.,(PhD) Assistant Professor/6Years 6 Months jravikumar@jeppiaarinstitute.org/4045
11 Mr.D.ArunkumarB.E.,M.E.,(PhD) Assistant Professor/6Years 0 Months arunkumard@jeppiaarinstitute.org/4045
12 Ms.S.A.ArokyaAnicia B.Tech., M.E., Assistant Professor/6Years 0 Months anicias@jeppiaarinstitute.org/4045
13 Mr.D.Christoper Selvam B.E., M.E., Assistant Professor/5Years 5 Months christoperselvamd@jeppiaarinstitute.org/4045
14 Mr.R.Devanathan B.E.,M.E., Assistant Professor/3Years 5 Months rdevanathan@jeppiaarinstitute.org/4045
15 BOOATHI G B.E.,M.E., Assistant Professor/6Years 8 Months boopathig@jeppiaarinstitute.org/4045
16 SELVARAJ S B.E.,M.E., Assistant Professor/0Years 1 Months selvarajs@jeppiaarinstitute.org/4045
17 MAHESHWARAN K B.E.,M.E., Assistant Professor/1Years 4 Months maheshwarank@jeppiaarinstitute.org/4045
18 PRADEEP T R B.E.,M.E., Assistant Professor/1Years 4 Months pradeeptr@jeppiaarinstitute.org/4045

Anna University Ranks

S. No. Year of Passing Students List
1 2017 Nil
2 2016 Nil
3 2015 Nil

STUDENTS ACHIEVEMENTS OVERVIEW

Academic Year No. of Achievements Achievement Details
2018-2019 17 VIEW
2017-2018 Nil Nil
2016-2017 1 VIEW
2015-2016 1 VIEW
2014-2015 1 VIEW

Student’s Placement Details

Academic Year No. of Students Placed Placement Details
2018-2019 30 VIEW
2016-2017 41 VIEW
2015-2016 8 VIEW

Industrial Visits

Academic Year No. of Industrial Visit Industrial Visit Details
2018-19 5 VIEW
2016-17 4 VIEW
Industry Visit Details

Guest Lectures

Academic Year No. of Guest Lectures Guest Lectures List
2018-19 2 VIEW
2017-18 2 VIEW
2016-17 4 VIEW

Internships

Academic Year No. of Students Details
2018-19 86 VIEW
2017-18 16 VIEW
2016-17 1 VIEW
COM-F12-INTERNSHIP_18-19_III-B
COM-F12-INTERNSHIP_Students_18-19_IV Year

Value Added Courses

Academic Year No. of Students Details
2018-19 52 VIEW
2017-18 106 VIEW

FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMES

Academic Year No: of FDPs Details
2018-19 1 VIEW
2017-18 Nil Nil
2016-17 2 VIEW
2015-16 Nil Nil
2014-15 Nil Nil

FACULTY PUBLICATIONS - CONFERENCES

Academic Year No. of Conferences Details
2018-19 12 VIEW
2017-18 Nil Nil
2016-17 3 VIEW
2015-16 Nil Nil
2014-15 Nil Nil

FACULTY PUBLICATIONS - JOURNALS

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Academic Year No: of Journals Details
2018-19 Nil Nil
2017-18 2VIEW
2016-17 1 VIEW
2015-16 15 VIEW
2014-15 27 VIEW

MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING

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S.No Company Name Details
1 CIPET - INDIA MoU – Memorandum of Understanding
2 COMSTAR - INDIAMoU – Memorandum of Understanding
3 VISTEON NDA – Non Disclosure Agreement

LECTURE NOTES

Semester Sub. Name Link
III Engineering Thermodynamics
III Fluid Mechanics and Machinery All Units
Unit 1
Unit 3.1
Unit 3
Unit 4.1
Unit 4
Unit 5
III Manufacturing Technology - I
V Thermal Engineering- II
V Design of Machine Elements
V Metrology and Measurements
V Dynamics of Machines
V Open Elective I – Internal Combustion Engines
VII Power Plant Engineering
VII Mechatronics Unit 1
Unit 3
Unit 4 (a)
Unit 4
Unit 5
VII Computer Integrated Manufacturing Systems
VII Total Quality Management
VII Maintenance Engineering
VII Process Planning and Cost Estimation
IV Kinematics of Machinery
IV Manufacturing Technology – II
IV Engineering Metallurgy
IV Strength of Materials for Mechanical Engineers
IV Thermal Engineering- I
VI Design of Transmission Systems
VI Computer Aided Design and Manufacturing
VI Heat and Mass Transfer
VI Finite Element Analysis
VI Hydraulics and Pneumatics
VI Professional Elective - I
VIII Engineering Economics
VIII Advanced I.C Engines
VIII Production Planning and Control

Question Bank

Semester Sub. Name Link
III Engineering Thermodynamics View
III Fluid Mechanics and Machinery View
III Manufacturing Technology - I View
III Transforms and Partial Differential Equations View
III Electrical Drives and Control View
V Computer Aided Design View
V Heat and Mass Transfer View
V Design of Machine Elements View
V Metrology and Measurements View
V Dynamics of Machines View
V Professional Ethics in Engineering View
VII Power Plant Engineering View
VII Mechatronics View
VII Computer Integrated Manufacturing Systems View
VII Total Quality Management View
VII Process Planning and Cost Estimation View
VII Maintenance Engineering View
IV Kinematics of Machinery View
IV Manufacturing Technology – II View
IV Engineering Metallurgy View
IV Strength of Materials for Mechanical Engineers View
IV Thermal Engineering- I View
VI Design of Transmission Systems View
VI Principles of Management View
VI Automobile Engineering View
VI Gas Dynamics and Jet Propulsion View
VI Finite Element Analysis View
VI Unconventional Machining Process View
VIII Engineering Economics View
VIII Advanced I.C Engines View
VIII Production Planning and Control View

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Students News Paper Crafting

Academic Year Name of the Students Year Details
2019-20 Libin V II Year View
2019-20 Rohith Roshan P II Year View
2019-20 Oliver Jose J II Year View
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2019-20 Ajith S III Year A View
2019-20 Anandha Raman M III Year A View
2019-20 Benito Daniel O III Year A View
2019-20 Hanish Kumar III Year A View
2019-20 Jaswanth J III Year A View
2019-20 Broonse D III Year B View
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