Eco-friendly Campus :
The University campus is pollution free, green campus with battery operated vehicles, bi-cycles, sewage treatment plants and in-house rain water harvesting facilities. The infrastructure and facilities of the Institution are comparable with the best in a scenic campus and an atmosphere congenial to education and healthcare. Power needs are met through energy generated from wind mills situated in southern Tamil Nadu. Every student will have access to safe, RO purified drinking water in the campus.
All basic science departments, Nursing & Allied Health sciences departments have well equipped and well ventilated laboratories to provide the students hands on training in respective specialties.
Eleven state-of-the-art (gallery type) lecture theatres, with equipped latest audio visual aids in addition to 50 classrooms and 29 laboratories.
Moot Court basically means a replica of a real court where legal proceedings, trials take place and act as professionals and take up all the responsibilities and duties according to their role to see their ability to think creatively and answer convincingly when questioned and show their oratory, writing and persuasive skills. Mooting teaches students to ‘think like a lawyer’, i.e. to analyze problems logically, applying the facts of a problem to the law and presenting complex legal arguments simply and concisely. It assists students to develop skills in written and oral communication, legal research and advocacy, to gain self-confidence and to build character. Mooting assists students to understand courtroom processes and how to run a case. The School of Law organizes regular mooting activities specifically for certain subjects as specified in the academic calendar. The School of Law also plans to organize a National Level Moot Court Competition to mark its presence in the national mooting arena. In order to promote the mooting culture the School of Law dedicates itself to a policy of sending their students to various moot court competitions across the country and abroad.
Architecture studio provides students with a preliminary understanding of architecture design and introduces them to key issues that underpin the social and physical construction of the built environment. The course equips the student with fundamental skills that are critical to practice of architecture and offers on introduction to the architectural studio as a key learning environment in architectural education. An architecture course requires students to create a complex and creative architectural design that remains their focus over the course of an entire semester. Such studio projects are expected to be comprehensive in their development and execution. The final evaluation is a presentation of project to the thesis committee for approval.
An air-conditioned auditorium with acoustics of International standards and a seating capacity of over 1500 is available for all special functions of the University. In addition, a Mini auditorium with a seating capacity of about 400 is also available.
Spread over 32,000 sq. ft., the library is well-stacked with the latest editions of professional books (both Indian and International), magazines and journals. In tune with the times, a virtual library with internet access, Medlar search facilities, media resource services, computerized database access and E-access are also available for journals and –e books.
Strengthens the competency based healthcare training. It serves as a prototype demonstration & learning facility for medical students & Junior doctors so that they develop desired competencies.
Learning Management System:
A web-based high-level, strategic solution for planning, delivering and managing all learning / teaching events including online, virtual classrooms, and instructor led course to facilitate “anytime, anyplace” access to learning content.
Broadband connectivity with a speed of 60 mbps is available throughout the day within the campus. The entire campus is a Wi-Fi enabled. All the medical students are provided with laptops.
The University offers a comfortable living accommodation within the campus, with separate hostels for boys and girls. The hostel mess provides hygienic multi cuisine to suit diverse tastes and preferences, truly making it a home away from home.
Given its own Hospital in the premises, CARE provides healthcare facilities to each student including “preventive, curative and palliative interventions”. On admission, each student undergoes a medical examination. Annual health check up is carried out as a routine. The students are immunized against infectious diseases as and when required.
To encourage extra-curricular activities and to ensure a healthy, stress-free life, the University has made sincere efforts to build several sports facilities for the students. At present the Institute has a basketball court, cricket ground, tennis court, football ground as well as facilities for indoor games namely chess, carom, table tennis and badminton. There are two ultra modern indoor stadia. A swimming pool with life guards is available in the boys’ hostel campus.
Comfortable and convenient air-conditioned bus transport is provided to the students residing in & around the city of Chennai, for easy transportation to the institute and back. Pollution free battery driven vehicles are operated for transport within the campus. In addition bicycles are available for use within the green zone areas of the campus for students & faculty.
The campus houses a food court, which serves a variety of hygienic and quality food, for the students and staff. It also has a bakery, Ice cream parlour, fruit juice shop and cafe coffee day.
Banks & ATM:
AXIS bank has an extension counter & AXIS; ICICI & HDFC bank ATM facilities are available.
To meet all the basic needs and stationery requirements of the students, a utility shop is available within the campus. A beauty parlor is also available within the campus.
The Chettinad Sports training facility aims to help players improve their sports skills and participate in competitive tournaments in College & at University level. The facility has equipment to provide cost effective training to players to improve their performances.
At CARE, safety and security of our students is of prime importance. Hence, I.T. based security initiatives have been taken to ensure continuous surveillance. The campus is covered with 600 + CCTV cameras monitored round the clock to alert on any security incident.
Biometric and RFID based comprehensive Attendance Management System with finger print recognition has been installed in all Lecture Halls, Demo Halls, Laboratories, Libraries and Student Posting Wards to ensure secure attendance monitoring. Attendance Management system has in-built facility of sending automatic SMS alerts to guardians of the students.
In addition to the above, the following welfare measures are extended:
- Student Clubs
- Green and Environment Club
- Cultural Club
- Cricket club
- Tennis Club
- Badminton Club
- Basketball Club
- Music Club
- Grievance cell
- Student council
- Scholarship support
- Placement support
- Parent-Teacher support
- Mentor-mentee program
- Continuing Education
- Coaching centers
Focusing on student-centric approach is no longer a choice for any institution, but rather an obligation. Given the change in student demographics and the demands of a globalized world, student-centric approaches ensure that CARE continues to adapt to the needs of its students.