Dr. N. Sengottaiyan, M.E., Ph. D.
Dear students, in this era of cut throat competition, it is of paramount importance to be equipped with appropriate knowledge, habits, attitudes and values leading to holistic development. Co-curricular and extra-curricular activities organised by various clubs and societies facilitate the process of creative and critical thinking. They not only inculcate social and moral values, compassion for nature, pride for Indian culture and tradition and awareness for one’s rights and duties but also make students good human beings and confident leaders. I intently believe that you would develop versatile personality during your stay in this GCEM, temple of learning. To be successful in life, have ambitions and define your goals clearly. Discipline and hard work is the key to success. Be regular in your classes and focus on your goals. Your concerted efforts with the able guidance of your faculty members would definitely provide you a blissful and successful life.
At GCEM, we have created an environment to enable our students to fulfill their potential while developing into well mannered, well groomed, independent individuals with high self esteem. We are committed to provide an educational experience that is the richest, most diverse & most exciting in an atmosphere that provides support, encouragement & care for every student. The College has made tremendous progress in all areas academic, non-academics, capacity building relevant to staff and students. Our commitment at GCEM is to provide a safe and intellectually challenging environment that will empower students to become innovative thinkers, creative problem solvers and inspired learners prepared to thrive in the twenty first century. High standards and expectations for each student in regard to academic performance, co-curricular participations & responsible citizenship are the foundation of our Institution.
I, on behalf of GCEM family welcome all the students and wish you all the best for achieving greater success and scaling new heights in the coming session