UGC NETWORK RESOURCE CENTRE
Dr. S. Karthikeyan M.Sc.,M.Tech.,M.Phil.,B.Ed.,Ph.D
Centre for creating and giving awareness and exposure to staff and students about the use of computer in various activities like learning, administration, finance, examination and research. This is an information and communication network that helps the college to have access to multimedia material in teaching at places of eminence in India and abroad.
University Grant’s commission assists for procuring computers under this scheme. Under this scheme Assistance has sanctioned for the Purchases of five computers & also for 10 mbps high speed internet lead line router connectivity.
Aim & Objective
To this department help to increase and improve information and communication network in this Globalization era, this would help our college to have an access to multimedia material in teaching & learning at places of eminence in India abroad.
Rules & Regulation
- Free internet access to college students only.
- Identity Card is must to access the internet facility.
- Students should strictly follow the time limit given to them.
- This facility is strictly for academic purposes.
- Students must enter all the detail in the register to maintain the record.
- Students must not violate the IT (cyber) laws.
- Students are responsible for any Litigation arising through misuse of this facility.
- Students will be fined on the spot, if found guilty.
Propasal For Enhancing High Speed Internet Connectivity
A Proposal to sponsor, aid and help in enhancing Internet Connectivity at Chikkanna Government Arts College, Tiruppur has been received by the Rotary Club of Gandhinagar through the existing College Rotaract Club. The proposal outlines the fact that the existing dial up internet connectivity at college provided by BSNL is very slow as it provided by copper wires. As such, BSNL has come forward to provide a 10 mbps Optical Fibre High Speed Internet Leased Line to college at discounted rates, for which the college is in need of a Leased Line Router Internet Router which would cost approximately Rs. 40,000/-(Rupees Forty Thousand only). The concerned Professors at the college feel that this help if provided by their Patron Rotary Club of Gandhinagar Town would greatly enhance the teaching learning experience of the institution bringing down the digital divide among the student and teaching community in the Government Institution as well as aid in the higher education learning and research activities of the 2200+ students and 100+ teaching community of the college. The College intends to install the provided Router at the existing UGC Network Resource Centre presently managed by Rotarian Dr. S. Karthikeyan, Assistant Professor of Chemistry and a District Rotaract Co-chair (RI District 3202).
This Project would be a first of its kind project by any Rotary Club to a Government Institution of Higher Learning.
Beyond Academics.... . .