Hon.Chairman’s Message

Prof.Dr.A.K.Natesan, M.Com.,MBA, M.Phil., Ph.D., FTA, PHF

I wish to express my satisfaction at the direction and pace at which the Excel Group Institutions are moving, fulfilling the aims of Sri Rengaswamy Educational Trust. I personally feel happy whenever the students get the best of instructional inputs and the best of infrastructural benefits conducive to their all-round development and formation, making their parents and guardians satisfied in the process. Adherence to rules makes this possible and rules are in place only as a means to serve an end. The ultimate aim is to make a student who leaves our institutions to stand on his own feet not only economically but also as a person possessing values which he / she can impart to the world, in the process of which the world becomes a better place to live in.

I thank the teaching as well as the non-teaching staff who raise high the standard of our institution and also thank the parents and guardians of our students who has placed their trust in us to deliver the goods. Time and again, various associations like the Rotaract Club, various NGOs, Medical Institutions have come to our aid to make our campus what it is today, a hive of hectic activity that is going to create a better world tomorrow. My good wishes to each and every student, staff and their families for peace, prosperity and happiness.

– Prof. Dr. A.K. Natesan


Vice Chairman’s Message

Dr. N. Mathan Karthick, M.B.B.S., M.H.Sc.(Diabetology),PHF

“We cannot always build the future for our youth, but we can build our youth for the future.”
– Franklin D. Roosevelt

These words by Franklin Delano Roosevelt, the 32nd President of the USA, perfectly describe the aim of Excel Engineering College. Beyond providing a sound education, we wish to provide our students a holistic learning experience for life. Our aim is to teach students to LEARN, not just STUDY. Hence, we strive to travel beyond the boundaries of mere books. We have realized that the future is abstract and unknown but the youth in our hands are real and can be moulded. Learning should be based on doing things and not merely knowing things. Until and unless learning, as well as the solutions it offers, relates to real life and motivate the learner to acquire and apply the knowledge, the whole process will remain superficial.