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  1. Received Grant of Rs.50000 to conduct National Seminar on 27th-28th NOV 2017 : Entitled “A    Multi-Disciplinary  Activity in Wireless  Sensor   Network  Regarding  Structural    Health Monitoring" Organiser : Dr. RAJAKUMAR,AssoProf/ECE, Convenor :Dr.R.Ravi, Director(Research), Co-convenor: Ms.Suriya, Research Scholar
  2. Received Grant of Rs.50000 to conduct National Seminar on 23rd-24th NOV 2017 : Entitled  “ A Computational  Intelligence in the  Future of Bioinformatics,  Forensic  And     Biomedical   Engineering Sciences-Strategies And Innovation“Organiser:Dr.M.CAROLINE VIOLA STELLA MARY,Prof/IT, Convenor :Dr.Rajakumar, Asso.Prof/ECE, Co-convenor: Mr.Daniel Sathya Raj,AP/EEE
  3. Department of MBA has Received Grant of Rs.40000/- from DST- NIMAT for organising Two Entrepreneurship Awareness Camps : Received Grant of Rs.40000/- from DST- NIMAT for organising Two Entrepreneurship Awareness Camps from 5th December to 7th December 2017 for Final Year students of Circuit branches and 8th December to 10th December 2017 for Final Year students of Non-Circuit Branches. Camp Coordinator Dr. S. Dinesh, Professor & Head of MBA.
  4. AICTE-MODROBS has sanctioned the amount of Rs.18,87,720/- : Dr.R.Ravi, Director(Research) and Dr.G.Rajakumar(Deputy Director (Research) of  the R&D Cell of Francis Xavier Engineering College has got sanctioned the amount of Rs. 18,87,720/- from AICTE-MODROBS scheme 2017 for the establishment of Cyber Forensics Laboratory in the college campus.
  5. Real Time Cognative Radio Network Design : Two Day State Level FDP in association with IEEE Madras Section on “Real Time Cognative Radio Network Design ” 08th & 09th December, 2017 Organizing by Department of ECE
Teaching & Learning Process

Individual students may be better suited to learning in a particular way, using distinctive modes for thinking, relating and creating.  The notion of students having particular learning styles has implications for teaching strategies.  Because preferred modes of input and output vary from one individual to another, it is critical that teachers use a range of teaching strategies to effectively meet the needs of individual learners.  Sound health instruction should incorporate a variety of teaching methods intended to complement the learning styles of students.  This should lead to young learners who are both intrinsically and extrinsically motivated to inquire, infer, and interpret; to think reflectively, critically and creatively; and in the final analysis to make use of the knowledge and skills they have gained by becoming effective decision makers.