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About the Institute

College of engineering Guindy was started in the year 1794. It was the first engineering college in India. Now College of Engineering, Guindy is the largest engineering college in Tamil Nadu . Situated in the southern part of Chennai city, the campus extends over 100 hectares abutting the Adyar River on the north and Raj Bhavan on the south.

 

About the Department

           Mechanical Engineering is one of the oldest and greatest courses of study at College of Engineering, Guindy (CEG), Anna University; providing excellent learning and research opportunities for undergraduate and graduate studies. This course in CEG is currently approved by the AICTE (All India Council for Technical Education) which was established for proper planning & co-ordinated development of technical education system throughout the country.

 

About Chennai

Chennai is the largest city in the southern state of Tamil Nadu, and located on the south-eastern Coromandel Coast off the Bay of Bengal. This vibrant metropolis serves as a gateway to the culture of South India. The city is a major hub of cultural, commercial and education in South India. The city today is abuzz and alive with its varied mix of modern and traditional blend of culture and lifestyle. Chennai is one of the most fascinating and culturally rich cities of India.  The world famous Indian Classical Dance of Bharatanatyam has its origin from Tamil Nadu. Chennai has the second longest beach in the world. Elliot's beach is one of the neatest beaches in the capital city, located on the eastern coast of Tamil Nadu near Besant Nagar. Situated in Triplicane, Marina Beach is one of the most renowned beaches of Tamil Nadu. Besides this, it is the longest beach in India and also the second longest beach in the world, which stretches to a length of 13 km. SANTHOME BASILICA is located on the southern end of Marina Beach. Another cultural place near Chennai is Mahabalipuram, which is 56 Km from Chennai. This is best known for the UNESCO World Heritage Site of 7th- and 8th-century Hindu Group of Monuments at Mamallapuram.