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Colleges will offer all facilities promised by university: VC

COIMBATORE: Anna University, Coimbatore, has added another 28 engineering colleges to its existing 71 taking the number to 99.

The list of affiliated colleges is given below:

In Coimbatore

Sri Eshwar College of Engineering, Kalaignar Karunanidhi Institute of Technology, Easa College of Engineering and Technology, S.S.K. College of Engineering and Technology, Adithya Institute of Technology, Kathir College of Engineering, KGiSL Institute of Technology, Jawaharlal Institute of Technology, P.A. College of Engineering and Technology, P.P.G Institute of Technology, and KTVR Knowledge Park for Engineering and Technology.

Salem

A.V.S. Engineering College, Rabindranath Tagore College of Engineering for Women, Greentech College of Engineering for Women, Tagore Institute of Engineering and Technology, Narasu’s Sarathy Institute of Technology, and Bharathiyar Institute of Engineering for Women

Erode

Surya Engineering College, Nandha College of Technology, Maharaja Engineering College for Women, Shree Venkateshwara Hi-tech Engineering College, and Sri Ramanathan Engineering College

Namakkal

Excel College of Engineering for Women, Komarapalayam, J.K.K. Nataraja Engineering College, Komarapalayam, and Mahendra Engineering College for Women, Tiruchengode

Dharmapuri

Jayalakshmi Institute of Technology, and Varuvan Vadivelan Institute of Technology

Krishnagiri

P.S.V. College of Engineering and Technology

According to Vice-Chancellor R. Radhakrishnan, many new colleges have come up in even in rural areas.

“All colleges of Anna University, Coimbatore, irrespective of whether they are located in rural area or in a city, will offer all the facilities that are being promised by the university. Students should not bother about the location of the college,” he told The Hindu.

He is also confident that now students would get a chance to study in colleges located close to their place of residence and will not have to travel long distances or spend on hostels on the pretext of not finding an engineering college at a viable distance.

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