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Alagappa Chettiar College of Engineering and Technology, [ACCET] Karaikudi - Hostels and Facilities

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Master of Business Administration [MBA] (Human Resource Management), batch of 2013

They were separate hostels for boys and girls. In addition to that separate hostel for international students. Hostel fees were reasonable initial payment was INR 8500 and monthly mess fee would be around 600 to 1000. PGs outside college would be costlier. Food cost per meal would be from 20 to 100 rupees. Classrooms, labs and libraries quality was quite good.

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Alagappa Chettiar College of Engineering and Technology, [ACCET] Karaikudi Infrastructure Details


The college auditorium (Dewan Bahadur Murugappa Hall) is the college auditorium seating a capacity of 600. It also has a spacious stage for conducting cultural programmes and entertainment.


The college library has an adequate collection of 42,000 regular books, 14,000 for SC/ST Book Bank, 1344 books purchased under TEQIP and 741 for General Book Bank housed in a seperate library building with all amenities. About 100 Journals and Magazines and purchased regularly. E-Library has been set up separately. CDs are available for student’s reference. Library is connected with campuswide networking programme. All Government holidays are holidays for the Library. Library has been fully automized. Computerised library service (issue and return of books) has been introduced from the academic year 2008-09. OPAC (Online Public Access Catalogue) has been made available for staff and students use. The entire library databases are made available in all the departments

Gents Hostels :Gents Hostels :
  • Kambar Illam (1st year)
  • Kannadasan Illam (2nd year)
  • Togore Illam (3rd year)
  • Thiruvalluvar Illam (4th year)
  • M.K. Venkatraman Illam (PG)
  • Kambar Illam (1st year)
  • Kannadasan Illam (2nd year)
  • Togore Illam (3rd year)
  • Thiruvalluvar Illam (4th year)
  • M.K. Venkatraman Illam (PG)


The college offers facilities for outdoor and indoor games such as cricket, hockey, football, volleyball, basketball, badminton, tennis and table tennis and chess. There is a 400m track for athletics and the necessary equipment for jumps, throws, power lifting and body building. The membership of the tennis club is open to staff and students of the college. An indoor stadium and gymnasium are also available
The college has a fully functioning cafeteria with food and beverages served at a reasonable rate to students as well as staff. The canteen is located in proximity to the Department of Civil Engineering and operates on all working days. Breakfast is served any time between 07.00 am and 10.00 am every day and Lunch is served from 12.30 pm to 2.30 pm. Tea, coffee and other liquid refreshments as well as flavourful South Indian comestibles and snacks are provided round the clock every day. The college is based on the township Karaikudi which is greatly famous for its authentic Chettinad cuisine. The college canteen as well as the hostel messes unfailingly capture the flavours of the South and deliver it to the pupils and the faculty with no compromise in hygiene as well. Two separate messes, one for boys and the other for girls, have been provided at their respective hostels.
Medical Facilities
The college is equipped with its own dispensary intended for the benefit of the students and faculty of the college, mainly the hostel residents. It is situated at close quarters to both the Boys and the Girls hostels and functions every day in the evening. At all times, the dispensary ensures that appropriate treatment is given to the sick as and when needed. The dispensary is facilitated with a doctor on duty and a nurse twenty four hours a day. The doctoring is always done in an environment of total reliability and privacy and zero payment is demanded from the patient in return. A pharmacy that hands out medicaments and antidotes to the afflicted student or staff at no cost is also anchored at the college infirmary. This dispensary is at service to the needy on all days of the week except for Sundays.

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