Centre of Excellence

  • Centre of Excellence

  • Centre for Additive Manufacturing and Reverse Engineering

  • Centre for Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC)

  • Centre of excellence on IoT
Centre of Excellence

The Kavery Engineering College's Centers of Excellence provide an excellent atmosphere for the practice, research, and/or teaching of a certain discipline. Research, professional development, training, and outreach are common activities carried out by centre of excellence, which are frequently supported by governments, universities, or commercial entities.

Centre for Additive Manufacturing and Reverse Engineering

Additive manufacturing and Reverse engineering offer a wide range of applications. While reverse engineering includes extracting information from current items and converting it mostly into digital CAD models, additive manufacturing varies from typical manufacturing processes in that it entails generating parts in layers. In general, product development greatly benefits from the application and integration of both methodologies. Both techniques have significantly influenced different industry advancements and uses recently, particularly in the automotive, aerospace, dental, etc., industries.

The Additive Manufacturing and Reverse Engineering Lab is one of the excellent Centres of Excellence (CoE) created in partnership with the reputed CADD Academy, Madurai. This CoE aims to provide a fundamental understanding of additive manufacturing to engineering students and practising engineers from business and research institutes. Engineering areas such as architecture, automotive, aerospace, shipbuilding, satellite modelling, and furthermore supporting various medical applications are among those where additive manufacturing and reverse engineering technology is extensively used.

Centre for Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC)

The preservation of accurate temperature and humidity is essential for today's industries, which are centred on computers and electronics, robots and biotechnology, precision manufacturing, and nano materials. In addition to the best temperature and humidity, modern healthcare facilities also require the proper indoor air movement, air quality, and operating rooms. Fortunately for us, we have the technology to provide ourselves with exactly what we want, when and where we want. However, anything worthwhile has a cost. The costs of comfortably residing at home, regardless of the outside temperature, humidity, or pollution level, include installing the necessary HVAC system and paying for the electricity to run it.

The HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning) centre of excellence was established to realise the goal of "being a centre for innovation in sustainable research, education, and training in HVAC and related sectors". Students in engineering and related professions will be able to take HVAC certification courses under this COE to advance their knowledge in the HVAC industry. The goal of this course is to provide theoretical study and practical experience to help students comprehend theory topics more fully. The Centre offers of well-equipped modern laboratories housing instructional technology from the top global vendors, covering not only thermodynamic processes, heat transfer devices, compressors, and controllers.

Centre of excellence on IoT

The mission of the Centre of excellence for 'Advanced Research on IoT is to study, explore, design, develop, and study reliable, scalable and self-organized networks and systems leading to ubiquitous computing that offers an inclusive, sustainable and caring ambiance for living.

In recent years, we’ve all been hearing a lot about smart cites, smart homes and the Internet of Things (IoT). We live in a world where Internet connectivity and smart phone ownership is near ubiquitous. Underlying and complementing these factors is the IoT. Now a days, we are surrounded by hundreds of smart but possibly ‘passive’ (lacks sufficient intelligence) devices and are able to enjoy mere ubiquitous connectivity among them. The journey ahead towards ‘smart space’ in true sense is possible only if, at first, we can convert millions of these passive pervasive devices to ubiquitous intelligent ‘smart objects’ which are able to sense locally in real-time, take decision independently (or in coordination) and act effectively to partially take over complex human perceptive & cognitive functions. Secondly, seamlessly integrate their collective pervasive intelligence to act unnoticeable in the background to achieve a desired task as a unified system. We have many faculty members from different Departments with a wealth of knowledge and potential in various areas of IoT. Over the past several years these researchers have continually demonstrated their productivity through their ability to publish in scientific journals, actively participate in national and international conferences, and secure external funding for their research. Now the Kavery Engineering College is in a position to establish a centre for IoT that will provide a dynamic environment for faculty to expand their research and attract talented postgraduate students and research scholars. There is a compelling need to solve complex social and biomedical problems that are crucial to human welfare and society in general and that requires more broadly trained scientists with multidisciplinary perspectives that include engineering sciences, physical sciences, mathematics, and biological sciences.

Entrepreneurship development Cell (EDC)

The Cell started with the purpose of promoting and supporting the innovations of students from ideation to the creation of an entrepreneurial ecosystem The cell provides the necessary facilities and technology assistance so that students can build their innovative startups and projects by organizing a variety of seminars, guest lectures, and workshops. The cell held an Entrepreneurship Awareness Camp (EAC) to encourage entrepreneurship after receiving a grant of Rs.20, 000 from EDII, Ahmedabad.


Providing information, guidance, and encouragement to aspiring entrepreneurs.

Identifying and motivating students will help them develop into self-reliant, knowledgeable technologists.

Promoting creative and entrepreneurial thinking in students through project-based learning.

Creating a spirit of entrepreneurship throughout the organization.