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AACEG being a non-profit organization creates opportunities for students to reveal their strengths by providing funds for their education, projects, presentation etc. and encourages their talent.
One of the major way of raising funds for these activities is by establishing Endowments. The alumni donate money a fixed minimum prescribed sum for a Scholarship, Medal or a Lecture and is deposited as an Endowment by the Association. The Endowment is designed to keep the principal amount intact, while the 80% of the interest accrued is utilize to fund the specific activity annually and 20% adds into the corpus of that Account to fund future years of activities the donor seeks to fund for.
These lectures valuable for the students and benefit them in many ways.
AACEG Lectures Endowment Details
|Year||Endowment Lecture||Donation |
|2010||Dharmarajan Memorial Lecture||₹ 50,000||₹ 55,320||The lecture is conducted in the memory of Padmashri. N. Dharmarajan. He was an eminent professor in the Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering. The Faculty of Electrical Engineering students are invited to attend the lecture on this day.|
|2011||Prof. K. R. Sundararajan Lecture||₹ 50,000||₹ 54,601||The lecture is conducted to commemorate Prof. K. R. Sundararajan, who was one of the best professors at CEG. He belonged to the Department of Civil Engineering. Students from the Faculty of Civil Engineering invited for this lecture.|
|2011||Prof. K. S. Hegde Memorial Lecture||₹ 50,000||₹ 54,601||This lecture is conducted to commemorate Prof. K. S. Hegde, who was the Former Principal of CEG. During his period, he did many voluntary social service in the college and hence the lecture conducted is based on Social Service. A Blood Donation Camp is conducted by the student clubs like NSS, YRC etc. with the association and the collected units of blood is handed over to the Government Hospitals/Institutions.|
|2011||Dr. N.V. Arunachalam Memorial Lecture||₹ 50,000||₹ 54,601||This lecture is conducted to commemorate Dr. N. V. Arunachalam, who was a reputed professor and belonged to the Structural Engineering Department. Students from the civil department are welcomed to attend this lecture. The lecture is based on the topic related to civil engineering.|
|2012||Class of 1987 CSE Endowment Lecture||₹ 4,50,000||₹ 4,81,388||This lecture is conducted and sponsored by the Class of 1987. The batch of reputed alumni made this generous donation and are well settled in top positions in academia and industry (public and private). Students from the Faculty of Information and Communication attend this Lecture.|
|2013||Lt. Col. Paul Memorial Lecture||₹ 2,50,000||₹ 2,67,437||The lecture is conducted in memory of Lt. Col. S. Paul, who was the principal of CEG during the period from 1951 to 1960. Generally, a huge number of students are expected to attend this lecture. Students from Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Faculty of Information and Communication are invited to attend this lecture.|
|2013||Dr. N. G. Anuthaman Memorial Lecture||₹ 1,00,000||₹ 1,06,150||The lecture is conducted in the memory of Dr. N. G. Anuthaman, who was a reputed professor of our college and worked at the Centre of Water Resources (CWG) Institute. Students from the Faculty of Civil Engineering are usually invited for this memorial lecture. During this day, the relatives of Dr. Anunthaman are also invited to witness the occasion.|
|2014||V.C.A. Padmanaban Lecture||₹ 1,00,000||₹ 1,03,861||This day is celebrated to honour Sri. VCA Padmanabhan, who belonged to Civil Engineering Department and one of the notable alumni of our college. Since he went on to work in the Indian Railways, the lecture focuses on the benefits of railways as a mode of transport, the technological advancements and innovations in railway department. students from Faculty of Mechanical Engineering are invited to attend this lecture.|
|2014||Dr. Anantharajan Memorial Lecture||₹ 3,00,000||₹ 3,11,000||This lecture is conducted in the memory of Prof. T. Anantharajan, who was a professor in the Department of Transportation. Students from various departments are invited to attend this lecture. During this day, the relatives of Prof. T. Anantharajan are also invited to celebrate the day. Students from the Faculty of Civil Engineering invited for this lecture.|
|2014||Prof. Purushothaman Memorial Lecture||₹ 1,00,000||₹ 1,05,186||This lecture is conducted to commemorate Dr. P. Purushothaman. He was a reputed professor and belonged to the civil department. AACEG takes immense pleasure in organizing lectures in the memory of these reputed people who have contributed so much for this institution. Students from the Faculty of Civil Engineering invited for this lecture.|
|Dr. Muthaian Memorial Lecture - Road safety||The first week of January is celebrated as the Road Safety week. The week is celebrated in memory of Padmashri. T. Muthiah Sthapati, who is an Indian sculptor, architect and builder of Hindu Temple architecture. He worked as the Director of Department of Transportation of our college during his period. The students from Civil Engineering Department are invited for the lectures conducted during this week.|
|Career Guidance||₹ 1,00,000||₹ 1,00,000||AACEG annually conducts Career Guidance Programs for the pre-final and final year students of the college, to guide them to the right way for their respective Career Parth. The programs focus on improving their personality and skills via activities like mock interviews, group discussions, resume writing etc. Students get to know the nuances of professionalism as well.|
|Total||₹ 16,00,000||₹ 16,94,145|