Innovations in Teaching
Learning Process @
Saveetha Dental College
Published on 16 Oct 2014,
in youtube/904 Views
By-Dr.Deepak Nallaswamy
Breaking the monotony of learning process: Saveetha University Director 'invents' MILA Multiple interacting learning algorithm(MILA) attempts to replace the old style of education and create an effective ,enthusiastic and active learning environment for students. The project developed by Director of Academics in Saveetha University,Dr.Deepak Nallaswamy, breaks the monotony of hours of lectures and replaces it with facilitator mediated active learning process.

Saturday, 27 February 2016


Chennai: Saveetha School of Law, Saveetha University  organized a two day  ( 25th &26th )’Intra Client Counselling Competition 2016’ at Saveetha School of Law , University campus Poonamallee, Chennai on 25th and 26th  2016.
 Hon’ble Justice Dr.T N Vallinayagam was the Guest of Honour, and  distribute Prices. Saveetha University Vice Chancellor Dr. R Rajagopal Presided over the function. Saveetha School of Law Director Prof Dr. Anitha Rao welcome the gathering and Assist. Prof. of  law  Vasundara Ravi delivered the vote of thanks.
The Client Counselling Competition promotes greater knowledge and interest among law students in the preventive law and counselling functions of law practice. It also encourages students to develop interviewing, planning, and analytical skills in the lawyer-client relationship in the law office. Interviewing and advising are a significant part of most lawyers’ work. The Competition provides an opportunity for a valuable educational interchange between students, law teachers, and legal practitioners.

Client Counselling Competition:

It gives us immense pleasure to conduct the first Intra – Client Counselling Competition (ICCC)’16 in our college which is among our students where each team shall consist of two student participants and would be allotted a room for the interview and counselling. Here, the two student participants will present themselves as advocates in a lawyer’s chamber. The client will be a person trained by the organizers and the advocates will counsel the clients regarding the given problem. The two participants are required to elicit all relevant information from the client by interviewing or questioning the client and then counsel the client. This competition will be conducted on 25th &26th February, 2016 in Saveetha School The Winners of ICCC’ 16 shall be awarded each with one year subscription of Practical Lawyer (for two students).
 Winners of ICCC’ 16: 1.Winner-Sangamithra&Keerthana.R,
2.First Runner Up-Maanasa & Bpavaani Prasad
3. Second Runner Up Rameeza & Oseen Vivilina

Friday, 19 February 2016

Socio-Legal Audio-Visual festival, FRAMES -2016,

Socio-Legal Audio-Visual festival, FRAMES -2016,

Socio-Legal Audio-Visual festival, FRAMES -2016,
Saveetha School of Law organized a two day Socio-Legal Audio-Visual festival, FRAMES 
2016, the first of its kind in any law schools in India, on 18th and 19th February, 2016. The 
purpose of FRAMES was to encourage the students to have an insight into the emerging socio-legal issues by dispelling misconceptions, myths and prejudices surrounding social issues and 

empower them to have broader perspectives through the use of audio-visual medium. It also 
provided a platform to showcase the students’ talents in photography, documentary and short-

film making on such issues. Five broad themes were chosen this year for FRAMES 2016 namely Marginalized sections of the society, Inequality, Disability, Human Rights and Day-to-day social FRAMES 2016 included short-film and Documentary Competition, Photography Contest, Drawing, Face Painting and Junk Art Competition and Exhibition for Students.  The programme was inaugurated by Prof. Dr. R. Anita Rao, Director, Saveetha School of Law on 18th February, 2016 and she officially declared open the photography, painting and junk art exhibition at Saveetha School of Law. Eight short films and two documentaries directed by our students on issues like transgender, alcoholism, women empowerment, illiteracy, importance of agriculture, Right to Education to name a few were screened and were reviewed by other students. The students opined that the documentaries and short films have helped them understand better, the day to day issues of the society by enabling them to connect law with grey areas so as to address The valedictory function was held on Friday, 19th February, 2016 in M.M. Convention. Mr. Nanjil Vijayan, Vijay TV actor was the Chief Guest and Mr. Balaji, Cine Actor was the Guest of Honour. The students performed the finale performance of the Best Traditional Folk dance featuring various Tamil folk dances. Awards for the Best Short-Film, Best Documentary, Winner of Photography, Junk Art, Painting competitions were distributed by the Chief Guests. Thus, FRAMES 2016 provided a forum for communication, interaction and discussion between students on various socio-legal issues.

Monday, 15 February 2016

‘RAJUVENATE PRAXIS’, 10th National conference of 'Accessing a world of New Challenges for the Clinical Nurse specialist'

Saveetha College of Nursing conducted a ‘RAJUVENATE PRAXIS’,10th National conference of 'Accessing a world of New Challenges for the Clinical Nurse specialist' at 
Saveetha Universy's Thandalam campus, Chennai.

Dr Aruna ,Vice principal, SCON delivered a welcome address. She welcomed the guest of honor and the gathering. Presidential address was given by the chancellor Dr.N.M. Veeraiyan, Saveetha 
University and he gave a encouraging speech and wishes for the upgrade of nursing profession. Dr.P.Mangalagowri unveiled the theme Rejuvenate Praxis: Accessing a world of New Challenges for the Clinical Nurse Specialist and briefed about the importance of nurse specialist in the current scenario. The felicitation address was given by Dr.Rajagopal, Vice chancellor Saveetha University and his speech was motivated the nurses to be a independent practitioner. Prof.Dr.Mrs.Ani Grace Kalaimathi, Registrar, TNNMC was the guest of honour and gave a inaugural address and she stressed about all nurse to be alert to become clinical nurse specialist in various areas to 
provide independent care to satisfy the needs of the patients. Prof.Kalabharathi.S delivered a vote of thanks. 

The first session topic :“Converge to Clinical Nurse Specialist: Metamorphose is the Challenge in Child Health Nursing.” The resource person for the session was Dr.A.Padmaja, Professor cum Vice Principal, SVIMS. Her speech opened the eyes to extend the care in nursing profession. The moderator of this session was Mrs.Mary Minolin, Associate Professor. 
The second session topic: “CNS; A New Paradigm in Mental Health Nursing as Essential Resources for Health Care System”. This session was dealt by Dr.K.N.Jayanthi, Lecturer, NIMHANS, Bangalore. She was focused on a new paradigm on evidence based practice and research recommendations to utilize these resources in health care system. The moderator of this session was Mrs.Sujithra, Asst.Prof, Saveetha College of Nursing.
The third session topic: “Stride to promote Nurse Specialist for Primary Care Services. The resource for the session was Dr.Karaline Karunagari, Prof in Rani Meyyammai, College of Nursing, Annamalai University. She emphasized on the opportunities to enact the role of clinical nurse specialist in primary health services. Dr.Sahbanathul Missiriya, Prof and HOD of Community Health Nursing was the moderator of the session.
The fourth session topic: “Lay bare on CNS:  A Journey to wake Up”. The speaker of the session was Dr.Maria Therese, Professor, Mother Theresa Post Graduate Research Institute of Health Sciences, Pondicherry. She briefed about the competency and specialty areas in Medical Surgical Nursing to become nurse specialist. The moderator of the session was Ms.Parimala.L, Asst.Prof and HOD of Nursing Foundation, Saveetha College of Nursing. 
Scientific Paper presentation and skill station were conducted simultaneously. Totally 5 skill station were there such as ET tube Intubation, Mechanism of labor, Neonatal IM injection, IUD insertion and Arm suturing. Totally there are 27 scientific papers. 
II Day: 
The first session topic: “Explore skilled Nurse Midwife: Articulation of competencies. The moderator of this session was Prof.Kalabharathi SCON introduced the speaker Dr.Alamelu Venkataraman, Director, Westfort Academy for higher Education, Kerala. Madam has stressed about the competency skill and scope of specialization in the midwifery area.
The second session topic: “Beseeching for Nurse Specialist: Meet the Demand of the Hospital. The presentation focused on the contribution towards the nurse specialist to meet the demand of the hospital by providing the care with low cost without compromising the quality. The moderator of the session was  Mrs.Thenmozhi, Asst.Prof, Saveetha College of Nursing.
The third session topic : “Accentuate specialization; Exhilarate Expedition towards Prospective Age in Nursing”. The resource person for the session was Mrs.Poongulazhli, Principal, College of Nursing, Madurai Medical College. Her presentation outlined the specialization for the betterment of quality outcome.  The moderator of the session was Mrs.G.Bhuveneshwari, Asst.Prof, Saveetha College of Nursing.
The fourth Session topic:  “Utilization of opportunities by articulating the role of Community Health Nurse as Nurse Specialist”. Madam gave a detailed speech about the present obatacles and insisted to face the challenges in the community to become nurse specialist in Community Health Nursing
The total number of delegates attended was 525. Out of 525, 52 were faculty, 33 PG students, 12 UG students and remaining 438 were staff nurses who came from 41 various institutions of both college and hospital. 
Valedictory Session was started with welcome address by Mrs.Mahalakshmi.T, Associate Professor, Saveetha College of Nursing. Presidential address was given by Dr.P.Mangala Gowri, Principal and Chairperson of the conference. The report of the conference was read by Dr.S.Aruna, Vice Principal and Organizing Secretary of the conference. Conference feedback was given by Mrs.Tamilselvi, Assistant Professor, Saveetha College of Nursing and she reported that the conference was well received by the delegates. Feedback was given by the observer from the Tamilnadu Nurses and Midwives Council Mrs.Girija, Professor. Mrs.Poognuzhali, Principal, College of Nursing, Madurai Medical College was the guest of honour and delivered the valedictory address. All delegates were appreciated with the distribution of certificates. Vote of thanks was proposed by Ms.Parimala.L, Assistant Professor, Saveetha College of Nursing.

Wednesday, 10 February 2016


Photo Caption:
The passing­out ceremony of the 3rd batch (2010­2016)of MBBS students of Saveetha Medical College, Degree certificatedistribution,
Left to right:University Registrar Dr.Prabhavathy,Uni.Vice-Chancellor Dr.R Rajagopal,Saveetha Medical College Director Dr. Saveetha Rajesh,Dean Dr. GunaSagaran.
Chennai: 10 Feb.2016
The passing­out ceremony of the 3rd batch (2010­2016)of MBBS students of Saveetha Medical College was held on the Saveetha University's Thandalam campus on Wednesday.(10/02/2016)
The function commenced with the passing-out students marching, 89 students received their degree certificates for the occasion from the hands of  Vice- Chancellor Dr.R. Rajagopal and Medical College Director Dr.Saveetha Rajesh.  The function was titled ‘Passing out Ceremony 2016’of Saveetha Medical College. University Registrar Dr. Prabhavathy, delivered the presidential address. Dr.R Rajagopal Uni.Vice-Chancellor, said, values that encourage innovation, individuality and collective effort, and values that strike to promote integrity and respect  for diversity and human dignity. Notice the nation beyond yourself and put these values in to practice by serving the nation, he added.
while addressing the students, Saveetha Medical College Director Dr. Saveetha Rajesh urged them to stay up to date with the latest advancements in the field of health care. Prof. Dr. Chithra in her speech reminded the graduating doctors about the importance of setting goals in life. Saveetha Medical College Dean Dr. Guna Sagaran   welcomed the gathering

Monday, 1 February 2016

Jain Uni. won the South Zone Inter University Cricket for Men

Jain Uni. won the South Zone
Inter University Cricket  for Men

Chennai:Finally the South Zone Inter University Cricket Men Tournament came to end on 2 Feb
2016, hosted by SAVEETHA UNIVERSITY. Hundred teams were participated from
various south zone universities in the tournament and  four teams were qualified for semi-final after preliminary knockout matches. SRM University won against Krishna University, headed to finals .Mean while Jain University won the match against Madras University and confirmed final fixture against SRM University.
SRM University won the toss and elected to bowl, Jain scored 226 runs in 42 over’s for the
loss of 10 wickets and Jain batsman Desmond scored 72 runs in 73 balls and Samarth scored
45 runs in 43 balls In reply SRM University scored 86 runs for the loss of 10 wickets in 25
over.Jain won the tournament and captain of Jain University Akshay kooth received the
trophy from Dr.Ch Bala Nageswara Rao, Director,Saveetha school of Management.

10th national conference of 'Accessing a world of New Challenges for the Clinical Nurse specialist'

10th national conference of 'Accessing a world of New Challenges
for the Clinical Nurse specialist'

Chennai:Saveetha College of Nursing is hosting a ‘RAJUVENATE PRAXIS’,
10th national conference of 'Accessing a world of New Challenges
for the Clinical Nurse specialist' on 5th February 2016 at Saveetha Universy's
Thandalam campus, Chennai