Sri Shakthi Institute of Engineering & Technology
Sri Shakthi Institute of Engineering & Technology
Agricultural Engineering
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Empower the students towards Agricultural Engineering profession that applies Science and Technology to agricultural production, farm mechanization, Conservation of water, Energy and Processing with a knowledge of agricultural principles.


Agricultural Engineering has been accepted as one of the major disciplines which contribute significantly in increasing the productivity of agriculture in the country by way of increasing efficiency of inputs, conservation of resources and reducing post harvest losses beside value addition of agro-produce. Offers a well balanced programme of quality education, Real time industry exposure, expertizing in emerging technologies, creating self learning environment, creating passion towards leadership skills.

About the department

The Department of Agricultural Engineering was established during the year 2015 and offers a B.E (Ag) degree programme affiliated to Anna University, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India. Agriculture sector supports the livelihood of more than 100 crores people in India and hence stable growth of agriculture is necessary to provide a social security to major population. In today’s context of challenges, Agricultural Engineering provides backbone to stability and growth of agriculture.

The department offers four major specializations in Agricultural Engineering viz. Farm machinery and Power Engineering, Irrigation and Drainage Engineering, Soil and Water Conservation Engineering and Post harvest process and food Engineering. Each has its unique and wide scope for research work.

The department deals with the changing needs of agriculture, globalization, climate change, increasing pressure on agriculture, high input intensive agriculture, increasing cost of production, declining resources like land and water, labour scarcity in agriculture, stagnation of productivity levels, declined contribution to National economy etc.,

And also offers Value-added courses like AUTOCAD, RS & GIS, Automobile training, Horticulture and Landscaping, crop protection measures, Animal Husbandry, Forestry, Industrial training for irrigation equipments and manufacturing farm implements. The faculty members update their knowledge by regularly attending various conferences, inviting guest lectures and faculty development program .Several faculty members are currently doing their research work and are involved in taking care of software projects. Students are taken to the agricultural farms to understand different farming operations like cultivation of different crops, irrigation methods, tillage practices, tools and machineries used in the farm. It helps the students to know things practically through interaction, working methods and employment practices. Moreover, it gives exposure from academic point of view.

Faculty profile

S.No Name Designation Qualification & Specialization Teaching Experience Industry Experience E-Mail ID
1 Dr.A.Tajuddin Dean (Agrl.Engg.) Ph.D. Agricultural Engineering 34 Year(s) 1 Year(s)
2 Dr.S.Ramasamy Professor M.Sc. (Ag) Ph.D. in Agronomy 37 Year(s) 0 Year(s)
3 Dr. RANEESH K Y Associate Professor PhD in Water Resources Engineering 6 Year(s) 2 Year(s)
4 Dr. S. Saravanan Associate Professor Ph.D & Remote Sensing, GIS, Irrigation Engg., Precision agriculture 8 Year(s) 0 Year(s)
5 Dr. V.MALATHI Assistant Professor Ph.D (wc) 2 Year(s) 4 Year(s)
Contact Number Of The H.O.D : 96009 79962


Semester – I

1 Technical English - I
2 Mathematics - I
3 Engineering Physics - I
4 Engineering Chemistry - I
5 Engineering Graphics
6 Fundamentals of Computing and Computer Programming
7 Computer Practice Laboratory –I
8 Engineering Practices Laboratory
9 Laboratory

Semester – II

1 Technical English - II
2 Mathematics - II
3 Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering
4 Engineering Mechanics
5 Principles of Agricultural Engineering
6 Principles and Practices of Crop production
7 Agricultural Engineering Practices Lab
8 Crop Husbandry Laboratory

Semester – III

1 Transforms and Partial Differential Equations
2 Soil Science and Engineering
3 Strength of materials
4 Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulics
5 Surveying
6 Theory of machines
7 Surveying Laboratory
8 Fluid Mechanics Laboratory

Semester – IV

1 Probability and Statistics
2 Unit operations in Agricultural processing
3 Hydrology and Water Resources Engineering
4 Thermodynamics
5 Environmental Science and Engineering
6 Tractor and Power Units
7 Drawing of farm structures
8 Strength of materials Laboratory

Semester – V

1 Irrigation and Drainage Engineering
2 Solar and Wind Energy Engineering
3 Operation and Maintenance of Farm Machinery
4 Design of Agricultural Machinery
5 Post Harvest Technology
6 Agricultural Economics and Farm Management
7 Operation and Maintenance of farm machinery Lab
8 Post Harvest Engineering Laboratory
9 Laboratory

History of Placed Alumnus

First batch yet to graduate.

One day Seminar on “Increasing Mechanized Farm Power for Maximum Crop Productivity”



Admission 2017