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Other Amenities

Other Amenities

Other Amenities

MPTC is not only an institution that focuses on the education and welfare of the students, we strive to be socially responsible and to inculcate the habit of social responsibility in the minds of our younger generations. So we have associated with the following bodies and have contributed productively to our society.

National Service Scheme

Muthayammal Polytechnic College has a unique distinction of having three NSS (National Service Scheme) Unit covering a student strength of 300 taking up technically relevant and community need based programmes like Domestic Electrical Repairs /Electrical Wiring / Repairing Of Hand Water Pumps, Computer Courses, Tailoring Course, Two Wheeler Servicing, Construction Of Basement To Hand Water Pumps And Low Cost Toilet Etc.

List of Work done by our NSS units

  • Laying of roads
  • Environmental management
  • Electrical work and service support.
  • Plumbing work and servicing of water pumps.
  • Temple reconstruction works
  • White washing the public schools and temples
  • Tree plantation works.
  • Training on economical usage of water & construction of sewage systems
  • Training on minimalistic irrigation methods and purposes.
  • Conducting dramas and competitions on stages to remove the social evils among the public to know the aspects of AIDS and to eradicate fear among the people on various fields.
  • Program to bring co-ordination among the people to achieve their goals in a constructive manner
  • Promote literacy by taking classes
  • Bringing the harmony among youth.
  • Free Medical Camp
  • Road Safety and traffic control awareness Programme
  • Free Medical Camp
  • Fire safety Awareness Programme
  • World Consumer Day Awareness Programme
  • Career Guidance Programme
  • Blood donation awareness programs.

Red Ribbon Club

The RRC promotes and focuses on youth health and helps them access edutainment information on how to lead a healthy lifestyle as adults, prevent HIV/AIDS, and the importance of blood donation.

RRC programs are conducted to attain the following objectives,

  • Increasing the knowledge and focus, among college going students to prevent themselves from HIV/AIDS
  • Increase awareness of drug abuse and promotes ways to abstain from habits
  • The adoption of social and community norms that support delaying sex until marriage and that denounce cross- generational sex, rape and other forced sexual activity.

Youth Red Cross

“The Youth Red Cross” is the most important constituent of its parent organization, Indian Red Cross. It is a group movement organized at the initial stages for students between 18 and 25 years of age within the colleges. A qualified lecturer is recognized as the leader and he is called the programme officer under his guidance, the students are trained and encouraged to manage the affairs of the group, electing their own office-bearers.

YRC programs are conducted to attain the following objectives,

  • To create an awareness on the care of their own health and of others
  • To understand and to accept of civic responsibilities and acting accordingly with humanitarian concern to fulfill the same
  • To enable the growth and development of a spirit of service and sense of duty with dedication and devotion in the minds of youth
  • To foster better friendly relationship with all without any discrimination.

Entrepreneurship Developement Cell

The Entrepreneurship Development Cell was formed with an aim to educate and train students for developing entrepreneurial capabilities through positive training interventions as entrepreneurship is the key element of industrialization and economic progress.

EDC Activities

  • Motivate students to undergo Entrepreneurship Development Program (EDP), skill development training and enhance self employment opportunities.
  • Organize seminars/ guest lectures / workshops/ industrial visits.
  • Transfer the technical know-how and assist the students in setting up entrepreneurial enterprises.
  • Identify the areas that are of importance to the people of Haryana in general and Gurgaon in particular in fostering Entrepreneurship and bringing down the attrition rate of qualified Science & Technology students from taking employment outside the state.
  • Conducts programs on financial assistance and supports with sources of institutional assistance to entrepreneurs.
  • Initiates studies to find out the entrepreneurial potential of the region in selected industries.

Canada India Institutional Co-operational Project

The Canada India Institutional Cooperation Project (CIICP) is a Human Resource Development Project in Technical Education Department, launched in the year 1991. The Project was implemented from 1993-1999 by the Association of Canadian Community Colleges (ACCC) under the overall direction of Ministry Of Human Resource Development of India. After March 1999, it came under the exclusive control of the Government of Tamil Nadu. The project initiatives are being replicated and implemented very effectively from the self generated funds of the Project on a sustainable and self-supporting basis in the Polytechnic Colleges in Tamil Nadu under the Policy support of the Government of Tamil Nadu, without any financial commitment to the Govt.

The following are the value added courses that benefits the students,

  • Auto Cadd
  • Pro-e
  • Stadd
  • Orcad
  • PHP
  • .Net Programming
  • CCNA (ciisco certified network associate)
  • Android Development
  • Hardware & Networking
  • Advanced Networking

Women in Developement Cell

The Women Development Cell was implemented to promote, undertake, and initiate projects and activities for the complete and self sustainable development of women & children.

Functions of WDC

  • To promote entrepreneurship among women.
  • To provide margin money and provide subsidy to individuals, members of societies and others for their trade,
    business or other economic activities as available under any Scheme and to provide financial assistance
    if and when required by obtaining loans from financial institutions.
  • To identify trades and industries which can be taken up by women and to sponsor feasibility studies of such schemes for the benefit of women entrepreneurs.
  • To make purchase of raw materials, machineries, tools and implements in bulk and to ensure their fair distribution
    among women entrepreneurs.
  • To provide margin money and provide subsidy to individuals, members of societies and others for their trade,
    business or other economic activities as available under any Scheme and to provide financial assistance
    if and when required by obtaining loans from financial institutions.
  • To undertake marketing activities and set up “Sales Emporia” in and outside the state.
  • To conduct training programs to promote talent among women & children.
  • To promote general development and literacy among women & Children.
  • To undertake any legal actions that may be necessary to ensure the fulfilment of contracts made between the group/society and others.
  • To incur expenditure as per the guidelines of the various schemes.
  • To prepare an annual report and accounts of the group/society.

Career Developement Cell

The Office of CDC offers a broad range of career services that empower students to explore, define, and realize their career goals. Our office is a student-centered support service: we offer one-on-one counseling appointments, consultations throughout the career planning process, and assistance with goal-setting and goal achievement through a variety of career exploration activities. Our goal is to provide lifetime tools and skills for professional development, job search success, and career satisfaction.

Functions of CDC

  • 100% placement assistance.
  • Conduct a series of aptitude tests (verbal & quantitative) – MMS / PGDM.
  • Host weekly sessions on personality essentials.
  • Conduct workshops on industry orientation.
  • Promote inbound experiential learning.
  • Promote outbound experiential learning.
  • Offer mentoring by external mentors from the industry.
  • Conduct mock interviews.
  • Build a strong alumni network.

Indian Society for Technical Education (ISTE)

ISTE is a premier national level society of Professionals & Educators, started with a view to enlarge its activities to advance the cause of technical education.

There are three types of ISTE chapters,

  • Parents’ Chapters,
  • Students’ Chapters &
  • Teachers’ Chapters.

ISTE Objectives

  • To enhance professional ideals and standards.
  • To award Honorary fellowships, Awards and Prizes, for furthering the objectives of Technical Education.
  • To develop effective teachers and educational administrators.

The ISTE Students’ Chapter and Teacher’s Chapter are operative in our Institute. We work as a team and every event we organize has given us a fantastic experience. It helps us gain good managerial and leadership qualities. It exposes the students to the group culture and teach them unforgettable lessons in the group. Many students who worked in our team are good decision makers in big organizations across the country.


  • 2011-2012 – Placement Awareness Program
  • 2011-2012 – Soft Skill Development Program (Partnered with BRAKES INDIA)
  • 2009-2010 – Advanced Pc Trouble Shooting Program for ECE, Computer Science and I.T department students (Partnered with SSMITT Polytechnic College)
  • 2009-2010 – Paper Presentation And quiz competition


  • The alumni association supports, aims to bring together like minded individuals and support a network of former graduates. This team will help current students get placed in the right jobs, conduct meetings to guide and support the requirements, clarify the doubts of the students, and help them grow successfully.
  • 33 batches have passed out so far and around 10000 alumni are members of our association. Most of the alumni are placed in the government sector, large industries and are successful entrepreneurs. They actively help and guide students through our alumni association.