Genesis day is celebrated on May 17th of every year. It is marked and celebrated to commemorate the genesis of CEG. Michael Topping can be rightly called the founder of what is known today as College of Engineering, Guindy. He was the pioneer of modern technical education in India who set up a Survey School which has grown as College of Engineering, Gindy. The Growth Details are given in the History of CEG.
The students who graduated out recently from our college are invited to this function. Many alumni are expected along with their families. The guests invited for this function are alumni of CEG who are eminent in their field of occupation and have brought pride to our college.
On this day, AACEG takes immense pleasure in showcasing the achievements and glory of CEG to the alumni, and filling the hearts of its alumni with pride. As one of the oldest engineering institutions in the country, CEG has a rich tradition of research, and is dedicated to furthering the frontiers of technology and engineering.
One of the many achievements brought about by the diligence of CEG’s research body, is the launch of the indigenously built microsatellite, ANUSAT, the first such satellite to be built by an Indian university. Under the aegis of ISRO, students and faculty worked tirelessly to build, launch and operate the satellite.
True to its credit it has secured the 8th ranking for Engineering and 13th for overall ranked by National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF).
CEG engages the research scholars in extensive research activities that extend beyond classrooms. Apart from prioritized academic focus, research centers are integral to the comprehensive knowledge CEG aims to provide.