DEPARTMENT OF SCIENCE & HUMANITIES

About Us

Department of Science & Humanities is a multidisciplinary department established in the year 2007 and it has been functioning with a team of dedicated faculty members who have been actively engaged in imparting quality teaching of Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and English for aspiring engineering students. The department aims at providing competitive quality education and we support the students to lay basic profound foundation in all the branches of Engineering. The motto of the Department is to provide high quality education to students with the assistance of well-qualified and highly motivated faculty members. The department has a well equipped language lab with the purpose of giving students the opportunity of improving their communication skills. The Physics and Chemistry laboratories provide a positive contribution to understanding the basic science. We impart the best teaching methodologies which prepare competent professionals able to independently apply knowledge to become a successful engineer.

Programmes offered

Vision & Mission

Vision :

The Department of Science and Humanities is committed to incorporate the basics of Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and English to groom the Engineering aspirants to become globally acknowledged professionals. It inculcates both national and international competencies among the Engineering students through value based teaching and learning, provides education for living and promotes public welfare.

Mission :
  • To help students to move forward with a collaborative inventiveness to achieve all round excellence.
  • To impart effective Communication skills, Inter-personal skills, Aptitude and Reasoning ability to the students apart from the Technical skills.
  • To provide the best outcome by continuous scrutinizing, assessing and counseling of students.
  • To motivate and empower the students to become innovative leaders, contribute to the success of organizations and betterment of society.

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LABORATORY

PHYSICS LABORATORY

Physics laboratory is the place to see the realities through which the students can implement their theoretical knowledge. It is well equipped to cover the applications of Physics principles in the area like Properties of Matter, Heat, Optics, Electro-Magnetism etc. It has the advance experiments like band gap, hysteresis instruments. Physics laboratory is exclusively for the practical as per the syllabus for I year BE/B.Tech, prescribed by Anna University, Chennai.


CHEMISTRY LABORATORY

Chemistry department has remarkable, well established & exclusive laboratory facilities with the focus to equip the I-year B.E/B.TECH students, It is equipped with modern digital equipments pertaining to the curriculum and syllabi of Anna University Chennai. It also has safety measures and is situated in eco-friendly environment.


LANGUAGE LAB

English Language Lab has become highly valued in engineering colleges because it provides students an organized e-learning environment that is reliable and successful. New technologies are implemented in laboratory based classes, as they accomplish the teacher's role in creating an attractive learning environment for the learner. In addition, it offers additional practice time and up-to-date exercises for the students. The English language lab is an extremely useful tool that facilitates language classes and interaction via computer based activities and exercises to make the learning method interesting. It gives completely unique experience from the traditional system of learning and teaching language by offering advanced features.

The college has a well-equipped Language Laboratory with audio-visual equipment to aid in imparting communication skills and soft skills. Special sections are available in the Language Laboratory to teach the basics of English to the students from rural backgrounds, helping them to build their confidence. The Lab is equipped with a server of minimum configuration of PIV System which has 1 GB RAM / 40 GB HDD, OS: Win 2000 & JRE 1.3, and with headphones. The Client Systems (60 Nos.) have a configuration of PIII, 512 MB RAM / 40 GB HDD, OS: Win 2000& JRE 1.3 and with headphones. The language lab is also furnished with a Handicam, 46” Television, Collar mike, Cordless mike, Audio Mixer, DVD recorder/player and LCD Projector with MP3/CD/DVD provision for Audio/video facility.

Two software packages namely Hiclass and English mastery are available, which can be used by 60 users at a time for the development of LSRW skills (Listening, Speaking, Reading, and Writing). The software contains different modules like Grammar, Vocabulary, word pronunciation and so on. Language lab aims at confidence-building among students for interactions and presentations in English by conducting group discussions, model presentations and mock interviews. It also helps the students to prepare competitive examinations such as GRE/TOEFL/IELTS etc.

The main objective of the Language Lab is:
  • To enable learners to develop their communicative competence.
  • To facilitate them to hone their soft skills.
  • To help learners develop their speaking skills in real context.
  • To enable learners listen to lectures and comprehend them.
  • To equip them with employability skills to enhance their prospect of placement.

FACULTY

S.NO FACULTY NAME DESIGNATION QUALIFICATION SPECIALIZATION
1 Dr.G.PALANICHETTY PROFESSOR/ACADEMIC
CO ORDINATOR
M.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.D., MATHEMATICS
2 Mr.K.RATHINAKUMAR ASSOCIATE PROF./HEAD M.Sc., M.Phil., MATHEMATICS
3 Dr.P.SURESH ASSOCIATE PROF./HEAD M.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.D., PHYSICS
4 Dr. P.JAMUNA RANI ASSOCIATE PROF./HEAD M.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.D., CHEMISTRY
8 Mrs.JESSY MATHEW ASSOCIATE PROF./HEAD M.A., M.Phil., ENGLISH
5 Dr.N.ARUNKUMAR ASSISTANT PROFESSOR M.Sc., Ph.D CHEMISTRY
6 Dr.R.VIJAY ASSISTANT PROFESSOR M.A., M.Phil., Ph.D., ENGLISH
7 Dr. S. KANNAN ASSISTANT PROFESSOR M.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.D., PHYSICS
9 Mrs.M.BHUVANESWARI ASSISTANT PROFESSOR M.Sc., M.Phil., MATHEMATICS
10 Mr.R.UMAPATHI ASSISTANT PROFESSOR M.Sc., M.Phil., CHEMISTRY
11 Mr.S.RAVI ASSISTANT PROFESSOR M.Sc., M.Phil., PHYSICS
12 Mrs.J.SUNDARAMBAL ASSISTANT PROFESSOR M.Sc., M.Phil., MATHEMATICS
13 Mr.P.SENTHIL ASSISTANT PROFESSOR M.Sc., M.Phil., CHEMISTRY
14 Mr.G.ANBARASAN ASSISTANT PROFESSOR M.Sc., M.Phil., MATHEMATICS
15 Mr.R.KARTHIKEAYAN ASSISTANT PROFESSOR M.Sc., M.Phil., PHYSICS
16 Mrs.R.SANDHIYA ASSISTANT PROFESSOR M.Sc., M.Phil., CHEMISTRY
17 Mr.V.SATHESHKUMAR ASSISTANT PROFESSOR M.A., M.Phil., ENGLISH
18 Mr.S.PRABU ASSISTANT PROFESSOR M.A., M.Phil., ENGLISH
19 Ms.V.SANTHIYA ASSISTANT PROFESSOR M.Sc., M.Phil., MATHEMATICS
20 Mr.T.YUVARAJ ASSISTANT PROFESSOR M.Sc., M.Phil., MATHEMATICS
21 Ms.K.DIVYA ASSISTANT PROFESSOR M.A., M.Phil., ENGLISH
22 Mrs.G.DIVYA ASSISTANT PROFESSOR M.Sc., M.Phil., MATHEMATICS
23 Mr.S.RAMESH ASSISTANT PROFESSOR M.A., M.Phil., ENGLISH
24 MR.G.ARUN PRASATH ASSISTANT PROFESSOR M.A., M.Phil., ENGLISH
25 Mr.MUHAMMEDRABEEK ASSISTANT PROFESSOR M.Sc., M.Phil., CHEMISTRY
26 Ms.M.PAVITHRA ASSISTANT PROFESSOR M.Sc., M.Phil., CHEMISTRY
27 Ms.M.DEEPALAKSHMI ASSISTANT PROFESSOR M.Sc., M.Phil., PHYSICS
28 Mrs.G.DIVYA ASSISTANT PROFESSOR M.Sc., M.Phil., PHYSICS
29 Mrs.A.REVATHI ASSISTANT PROFESSOR M.Sc., M.Phil., MATHEMATICS
30 Mrs.P.SRIVIDHYA ASSISTANT PROFESSOR M.Sc., M.Phil., MATHEMATICS
31 Ms.K.SATHYA ASSISTANT PROFESSOR M.Sc., M.Phil., MATHEMATICS
32 Mrs.S.SELVARANI ASSISTANT PROFESSOR M.Sc., M.Phil., MATHEMATICS
33 Ms.K.RAJESHWARI ASSISTANT PROFESSOR M.Sc., M.Phil., MATHEMATICS
34 Dr.K.MOOVENDARAN ASSISTANT PROFESSOR M.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.D. PHYSICS
35 Ms.M.RAMYA ASSISTANT PROFESSOR M.A., M. Phil., ENGLISH
36 Mr.T.VENKATESAN ASSISTANT PROFESSOR M. Sc., M. Phil., PHYSICS
37 Ms.R.DIVYA ASSISTANT PROFESSOR M.Sc., M.Phil., MATHEMATICS
38 Dr.N.R.ARAVAMUDHAN ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR MBA.M.Phil.,Ph.D., MBA
39 Mrs.S.SUCHITRA ASSISTANT PROFESSOR M.Sc.,MBA., MBA

SUPPORTING STAFF

S.No. Name of the Faculty Qualification Designation
01 SAKER B.SC LAB TECHNICAN

Credentials

Centre of Excellence

Short term Courses

Events

RESEARCH WORK

PUBLICATIONS
  • G.Palanichetty, On Fuzzy nearly C-compactness in Fuzzy Topological Spaced,pgno:1-12, Mathemedica Bohemeca, Volume .1,2007.
  • G.Palanichetty, Fuzzy Hardly open Functions, 205-210, Italian Journal of pure and Applied Mathematics, Volume .2, 2007.
  • G.Palanichetty, Fuzzy Nearly C-Compactness in generalized Fuzzy Topology, 213-227, East Asian Mathematical Journal ,Volume 23, 2007.
  • G.Palanichetty, Generalised Fuzzy Topology,91-96, Italian Journal of pure and Applied Mathematics, Volume 24, 2008.
  • G.Palanichetty, On Fuzzy Faintly Precontinous functions, 329-338, East Asian Mathematical Journal ,Volume 24, 2008.
  • G.Palanichetty, On Fuzzy C-Compact Spaces, 525-534, Journal of Fuzzy Mathematics ( Los angles, Volume 16, No.3,2008).
  • G.Palanichetty, On Somewhat Fuzzy Faintly Semi continuous functions, 33-41, Cubo-A, Mathematical Journal (Brazil), Volume 10, No. 1, 2008.
  • G.Palanichetty, On Somewhat Fuzzy Faintly Semi continuous functions, 107--114, Fuzzy sets, Rough sets and MultiValued functions and Applications, volume .1of l , 2009.
  • G.Palanichetty, Fuzzy b-Open Sets-26, Fuzzy sets, Rough sets and MultiValued functions and Applications, volume .1of l , 2009.
  • G.Palanichetty, On Fuzzy Faintly Semi continuous functions, 1-10 Journal of Fuzzy Mathematics ( Los angles, Volume 10, No.1,2009).
  • G.Palanichetty, On Fuzzy Functional Compactness and Fuzzy Semi Normality in Fuzzy Topological Spaces 38-45, Mathematical Forum, Volume XVI, 2004.
  • G.Palanichetty, Mathematics(Volume I), Mathematics(Volume II), Tamilnadu Govt. Textbook Society.
  • G.Palanichetty, Applied Mathematics, Applied Mathematics, Tamilnadu Govt.Textbook Society.
  • G.Palanichetty, Fuzzy Nearly C-Compactness in Fuzzy Topological Spaces, Ramanujam Simposium at Riasm, Chennai, UGC-SAP.
  • G.Palanichetty, Fuzzy Mathematics and Applications, National , CSIR.
  • G.Palanichetty, Mathematical Methods and Applications, National , IITM.
  • G.Palanichetty, Recent Advances in Analysis and Applications, National, UGC.
  • G.Palanichetty, Differential Equations and Applications, National, UGC.
  • G.Palanichetty, Recent Development in Pure and Applied Mathematics, National, Tamilnadu Mathematical Society/CSIR.
  • Suresh, P, Janarthanan, S, Sugaraj Samuel, R, Jestin Lenus, A & Thangaraj, K  2014, ‘Studies on the growth, spectral, optical and thermal aspects of a NLO crystal’, Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry, vol. 115, no.1, pp. 339-343, Impact Factor: 2.206
  • Janarthanan, S, Sugaraj Samuel, R, Rajan, YC, Suresh, P & Thangaraj, K 2013, ‘Growth of  N – Glycyl – L - Valine (GV) single crystal and its spectral, thermal and optical characterization’, Spectrochimca Acta A Molecular and  Biomolecular Spectroscopy, vol. 105, pp. 34-37, Impact Factor: 2.163
  • Suresh, P, Janarthanan, S, Sugaraj Samuel, R, Jestin Lenus, A & Shanthi, C 2015, ‘Synthesis, growth and spectral, optical and thermal characterization studies on L-Tryptophan p nitrophenol (LTPN) single crystals for NLO applications’, Spectrochimica Acta A Mol. and Biomolecular Spectroscopy,  vol. 135, pp. 732-735. Impact Factor: 2.163
  • Suresh, P, Sugaraj Samuel, P & Janathanan, S 2018, ‘An Investigation on the Growth and Characterization of L-Tryptophan Single Crystal.’ Materials Today: Proceedings 5 (2018) 14225-14229, Impact Factor: 0.71
  • Selvaraj Kannan, Vinitha Perumal, Kannusamy Mohanraj and Ganesan Sivakumar, ‘Antibacterial studies of novel Cu2WS4 ternary chalcogenide synthesized by hydrothermal process.’ Journal of Solid State Chemistry, 2018, 258, 376-382. Impact Factor: 2.299
  • Selvaraj Kannan, Kannusamy Mohanraj and Ganesan Sivakumar, Preparation of bifunctional CuWO4-based heterostructure nanocomposites for noble-metal-free photocatalysts, ChemistrySelect, 2017, 2, 4483-4497. Impact Factor: 1.505.
  • S. Kannan, K. Mohanraj and G. Sivakumar, ‘Sonochemically prepared PbWO4 tetragonal- bipyramidal microcrystals and their photoluminescence properties’. Spectrochimica Acta Part A Molec. Biomolecular Spectros., 138, 2015, 92-98. Impact Factor: 2.236
  • K. Mohanraj, J. Henry, S. Kannan, S. Barathan, G. Sivakumar, ‘Structural and optical properties of SnS nano particles and electron beam evaporated SnS thin films.’ Journal of Experimental Nanoscience, 10, 2015, 78-85. Impact Factor: 0.875.
  • S. Kannan, K. Mohanraj, K. Prabhu, S. Barathan and G. Sivakumar, ‘Synthesis of selenium nanorods with assistance of biomolecule.’ Bulletin of Materials Science, 37, 2014, 1631-1635. Impact Factor: 0.87.
  • K. Prabu, K. Mohanraj, S. Kannan, S. Barathan, G. Sivakumar. ‘Effect of pH L-arginine concentration and aging time on Selenium Nano particles. Synthesis and Reactivity in Inorganic, Metal- Organic and Nano-Metal Chemistry, 44, 2014, 383-388. Impact Factor: 0.489.
  • Johnson Henry, Kannusamy Mohanraj, Selvaraj Kannan, Seshathri Barathan and Ganesan Sivakumar. ‘Effect of Selenium doping on structural and optical properties of SnS:Se thin films by Electron Beam Evaporation method.’ The European Physical Journal Applied Physics, 61, 2013, 10301-10304. Impact Factor: 0.667
  • K. Mohanraj, S. Kannan, S. Barathan and G. Sivakumar, ‘Preparation and Characterization of Nano SiO2 from corn cob ash by precipitation method.’ Optoelectronics and Advanced Materials, 6, 394-397, 2012. Impact Factor: 0.449.
  • N. Srinivasan, P. Jamuna Rani and S. Thirumaran, Synthesis and spectral studies on mixed ligand complexes of Cd(II) dithiocarbamates with nitrogen donors: Single crystal X-ray structure of bis(4-methylpiperidinecarbodithioato-S,S)(1,10-phenanthroline)cadmium(II). J. Coord. Chem., 2009, 62, 1271-1277.
  • P. Jamuna  Rani,  S.  Thirumaran  and  S.  Ciattini,  Synthesis  and  characterization  ofhomoleptic and heteroleptic complexes involving dithiocarbamates, triphenylphosphine and nickel(II). Phosphorus Sulfur Silicon Relat. Elem., 2012. doi:10.1080/10426507.2012. 704103.
  • N. Srinivasan, P. Jamuna Rani and S. Thirumaran, 2009 “Synthesis and spectral studies on mixed ligand complexes of Cd(II) dithiocarbamates with nitrogen donors: Single crystal X-ray structure of bis(4-methylpiperidinecarbodithioato-S,S)(1,10-phenanthroline)cadmium(II)”, J. Coord. Chem., ( ISSN  1029-0389) Vol,62,  pp.1271-1277.
  • P.Jamuna  Rani,  S.  Thirumaran  and  S.  Ciattini, 2012 “Synthesis  and  characterization  of homoleptic and heteroleptic complexes involving dithiocarbamates, triphenylphosphine and nickel(II)”, Phosphorus Sulfur Silicon Relat. Elem., ( ISSN 1563-5325 ) Vol,188,  pp.778-789.
  • P. Jamuna Rani and S. Thirumaran,2013 , “Synthesis, characterization, cytotoxicity and antimicrobial studies on bis(N-furfuryl-N-(2-phenylethyl)dithiocarbamato-S,S)zinc(II) and its nitrogen donor adducts”, Eur. J. Med. Chem., ., ( ISSN  0223-5234 ) Vol 62, pp 139-147.
  • P. Jamuna Rani, S. Thirumaran and S. Ciattini, 2013,”Synthesis, spectral and antibacterial studies on Ni(II) and Zn(II) complexes involving N-furfuryl-N-isopropyldithiocarbamate (fiprdtc)  and  Lewis  bases:  X-ray  structure  of  [Ni(fiprdtc)(NCS)(PPh3)]”,J. sulfur Chem.,, ( ISSN  1741-5993) Vol  35,pp106-116.
  • P. Jamuna Rani, S. Thirumaran and S. Ciattini, 2014,” Synthesis and characterization of Diimine adducts of Bis (N – Alkyl – N- Furfuryl dithiocarbamato- S,S”)(cadmium(II):Crystal sturcutre of Bis(N – Furfuryl – N –propyldithiocarbamato –S,S”)(1,10 – phenanthroline ) Cadmium(II)”, Phosphorus Sulfur Silicon Relat. Elem., ( ISSN  1563-5325 ) Vol,189,  pp.1405-1416.
  • N. Arunkumar and Rajagopalan Vijayaraghavan, 2014, “Enhanced Photocatalytic activity of Nanocrystalline N - doped ZnSb2O6: role of N doping, cation ordering, particle size and crystallinity,”  RSC Adv., ( ISSN  2046-2069 ) Vol4, pp 65223-65231.
  • P. Jamuna Rani, S. Thirumaran and S. Ciattini, 2015, “Synthesis and characterization of Ni(II) and Zn(II) complexes of (furan -2- yl)methyl (2-(thiophen-2-yl)ethyl)dithiocarbamate(ftpedtc):X-ray strcutres of [Zn(ftpedtc) 2 (py)] and [Zn (ftpedtc) Cl (1, 10-phen)]”, Spectrochimi. Acta Part A., ., ( ISSN  1386-1425) Vol,137,  pp.1164-1174..
  • P.Jamuna Rani, S. Thirumaran and Samuele Ciattini, 2017, “ Cobalt(III) dithiocarbamates for anion sensing and preparation of cobalt sulphide and cobalt – iron sulpfide nanoparticles: Photocatalytic degradation of dyes with as – prepared nano particles.”, Inorganica Chimica Acta.,  ., ( ISSN  0020-1693) Vol 455,pp132-139.
  • P.  Jamunarani  and  S.  Thirumaran,   27th and 28th January 2012, Synthesis,  characterization,  cytotoxicity  and antimicrobial studies on bis(N-furfuryl-N-(2-phenylethyl)dithiocarbamato-S,S)zinc(II) and its nitrogen donor adducts. International Conference on Recent Perspective in Macromolecular Structure and Functions, Central Agricultural Research Institute, Port Blair, A & N Islands.
  • P. Jamunarani, S. Thirumaran and Samuele Ciattini, February 20-22 2013 Synthesis, spectral, cytotoxicity and antimicrobial studies on nickel(II) dithiocarbamate complexes. International conference on biological inorganic chemistry (ICBIC-2013) Department of chemistry, Periyar University, Periyar Palkalainagar, Salem,
  • Arun Kumar N and R.Vijayaraghavan Participated in International Conferenceon Recent Trends in Advanced Materials ( IC RAM – 2012) o r ganis ed b y V IT Univer s it y, Ve llo r e dur ing F eb. 20 – 22, 201 2.
  • Arun Kumar N and R.Vijayaraghavan., p-Type transparent conducting oxide CuCrO2: synthesis and characterization 4thInternational conferences on Advanced Nanomaterials (ANM - 2012) Organized by IIT Madras, Chennai, India
  • Arun Kumar N and R.Vijayaraghavan, Synthesis, Characterization and Optical band gap of Trirutile type antimonates M(ll)Sb2O6 (M = Zn, Mg) International conferences on Emerging Trends In Chemical Sciences (IETC -  Dec 5 to 7, 2013) Organized by VIT University Vellore, India
  • Arun Kumar N and R.Vijayaraghavan Synthesis and Optical band gap modulation of Mg1xCoxSb2O6 ( x = 0.0 - 1.0) trirutile solid solution, International Union of Materials Research Society – International Conferences In Asia (IUMRSI –ICA 16 to 21, 2013) Organized by Indian Institute Of Sciences, Bangalore, India.
  • Arun Kumar N and R.Vijayaraghavan, Synthesis and Optical band gap modulation of MgSb2O6 trirutile solid solution, Indo-US Workshop on Engineered Electrodes for Electrochemical Energy Storage (3- 4, April 2014) Organized by CECRI – MadrasUnit, Tharamani, Chennai, India
  • Arun Kumar N and R.Vijayaraghavan Electrophoretic deposition of ZnO film and its optical property, National conference on Recent Advance in Inorganic chemistry  (RAIC – March 23-25 2012).  Conducted by Bharathidasan University, Tiruchirappalli, India.
  • Arun  Kumar  N  and  R.Vijayaraghavan  Al-doped delafossite oxide CuCrO2: Synthesis and Characterization, Theme  Meeting  on  Recent  Trend  in Materials Chemistry (RTMC – July 25-27, 2013) Conducted by VIT University, Vellore, India.
  • P. Jamunarani, S. Thirumaran and Samuele Ciattini, Synthesis and spectral studies on simple and mixed ligand complexes involving dithiocarbamate, triphenylphosphine and nickel(II):  X -ray  crystal  structure  of  (N -cyclohexyl-N-f urf uryldithiocarbamato - S,S)(thiocyanato-N)-(triphenylphosphine)nickel(II). National Seminar on New Vistas in Catalysis and Surface Science (NVCSS-2012), 16th  and 17th  March 2012, Annamalai University, Annamalainagar.
  • P. Jamunarani, S. Thirumaran and Samuele Ciattini, Synthesis, spectral, cytotoxicity and antimicrobial studies on nickel(II) dithiocarbamate complexes. International Seminar on New Vistas in Catalysis and Surface Science (NVCSS-2012), 16th  and 17th  March 2012, Annamalai University, Annamalainagar.
  • Arun Kumar N and  R.Vijayaraghavan, Enhanced  Photocatalytic  activity of Nanocrystalline N-doped ZnSb2O6: role of N doping, cation ordering, particle size and crystallinity,  Nano India 2015 (29-30,Jan 2015) Organized by SASTRA University,Thanjavur, India
  • P. Jamunarani,   S.   Thirumaran   and   Samuele   Ciattini,   Synthesis,   spectral   and antibacterial studies on Ni(II) and Zn(II) complexes involving N-furfuryl-N-isopropyl- dithiocarbamate (fiprdtc) and Lewis bases: X-ray structure of [Ni(fiprdtc)(NCS)(PPh3)]. State  level  seminar  on  “Recent  Trends  in  Chemistry  (RTC-2012)  PG  &  Research Department of Chemistry, Govt. of Arts College, Chidambaram on 13th & 14th September 2012.
  • Ms.Jessy Mathew“Black Motherhood in the novels of Tony Morrison” Mirrorview Journal January 2017,3.03.
  • Ms.Jessy Mathew “Global Perspective of Teaching English Literature to Young Learners ” International Journal of Social Sciences March 2016, 3.94.
  • Ms.Jessy Mathew“Activity Centred Language Teaching”  International Conference Proceedings, August 2016, 5.12.
  • Ms.Jessy Mathew “Impact of Translation Studies on Comparative Literature” Roots International Journal  of Multidisciplinary Researches, October 2016,  5.002.
  • Mr.R.VIJAY “A Perspective of Feminism in Shashi Despande’s The Binding Vine” Marginality, Reflections From Indian Literature, 18th  Oct 2013, 4.345.
  • Mr.R.VIJAY “Man’s Interminable Quest for Affluence in Paulo Coelho’s The Alchemist” The Indian National Journal of English Language and Literature,20th Sep 2013, 6.8992
  • Mr.R.VIJAY” Portrayal of Committed Journey in Paulo Coelho’s The Pilgrimage”, The International Journal of English Language and Literature, 22nd Sep 2013, 5.7945.
  • Mr.R.VIJAY” “Emergence of New Woman in Paulo Coelho’s The Witch of Portobello” The International Research Journal of Humanities, Engineering and Pharmaceutical Sciences, Jan 2015, 6.012.

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Contact

Dr. G. PALANICHETTY,
Academic Co Ordinator,
Mahendra Institute of Technology,
Salem- Thiruchengode Highway,
Mahendhirapuri,
Mallasamudram,
Namakkal-637503,
Ph. No : 04288 325 777