PSG is a 78-year legacy in education and industry in our country. Testimony to the fact is the alumni spread across the nation, so also across the length and breadth of the globe. The PSG group of institutions specializes in providing comprehensive learning in a variety of academic fields’ right from Arts and Sciences to Engineering and from Medicine to Management. With nearly 1000 strong teaching staff and up to 16000 students under its wing, PSG has been constantly breaking barriers in education.
• PSG Sarvajana Higher Secondary school (1924)
• PSG Industrial Institute (1926)
• PSG Polytechnic College (1939)
• PSG Middle School, Vedapatti (1941)
• PSG Primary School, Peelamedu (1943)
• PSG College of Arts and Sciences (1947)
• PSG College of Technology (1951)
• PSG Industrial Training Centre (1986)
• PSG Centre for Sponsored Research and Consultancy (1989)
• PSG Centre for Non-formal and Continuing Education (1989)
• PSG College of Nursing (1994)
• PSG Institute of Management (1994)
• PSG College of Physiotherapy (1999)
• PSG College of Pharmacy (2004)
• PSG Centre for Advertising & Communication (2001)
• PSG TIFAC CORE in Product Design & commerce
• PSG Children’s school (2002)
PSG COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY (1951)
Our College established in 1951, is one of the many educational institutions nurtured by PSG & Sons Charities Trust. The college is Government Aided, Autonomous, ISO 9001 certified and affiliated to Anna University.
Equipped with latest facilities and excellent infrastructures, the college offers a total of 48 full time and part time programs in Science, Engineering and Management at UG & PG levels. The institution has a strong alumni base, most of them occupying coveted positions in many educational, industrial and research organizations all over the world.
The College today has student strength of about 5200 with 11 engineering and technology departments besides the computer applications, management sciences, basic sciences and humanities departments. Among the various Under-Graduate and Post-Graduate programmes offered by the college, as many as 18 programmes were accredited in the year 1997 itself by the National Board of Accreditation of AICTE. The departments are greatly benefited by the expertise of more than 15 visiting faculty from renowned institutions and industries. Each department conducts annually at least one National / International Conference / Seminar / Workshop for effective dissemination of state-of-art technologies and research findings for the benefit of teaching faculty and industries. On an average every year, five short term programmes on current topics of interest are conducted for the teaching faculty from other colleges with funding from AICTE / ISTE and other agencies. More than 150 research scholars are pursuing research programmes leading to MPhil / MS / Ph D degrees and the college is a recognized QIP centre for Postgraduate and Ph D programmes.
PSG COLLEGE OF NURSING(1994)
PSG and Son’s Charities after establishing PSG Institute of Medical Sciences and Research and PSG Hospitals realized in view of their Mission statement the importance of paramedical sciences to supplement the health care activities. As a result, in the year 1994, PSG College of Nursing was established with an intake of 50 students. The students of nursing in addition to their excellent coaching facilities have PSG hospitals as their training ground.
PSG COLLEGE OF PARAMEDICAL SCIENCES
In 1998, PSG and Son’s Charities started PSG College of Paramedical Sciences offering Bachelor of Physiotherapy. Students can avail the ample opportunities at PSG hospitals for an excellent training. Physiotherapists contribute significantly to health promotion by helping at the rehabilitative process of the patients.
PSG COLLEGE OF PHARMACY(2004)
PSG and Son’s Charities by starting PSG College of Pharmacy have provided enough facilities for training students in Bachelor of Pharmacy. The students of pharmacy would involve themselves in diverse fields of drug characterization, isolation and developing newer strategies of drug delivery. Exposure to patients at PSG Hospitals would help them hone their skills in clinical pharmacy