The Department of Humanities is functioning as a full fledged department for the past six decades in the campus. At present 11 faculty members serve in the department. The department offers Economics for Engineers as a core elective course and Indian Constitution as a mandatory course for all BE & B. Tech programmes. The department also offers open elective courses like Principles of Management, Entrepreneurship, Human Resource Management, Professional Ethics and Industrial Psychology as open electives and for MCA and M. Sc five year integrated programmes the department offers courses like Principles of Management and Behavioural Science, Principles of Management, Human Resource Management, Entrepreneurship, Accounting and Financial Management and Financial Management. The department also conducts value added courses like 'Emotional Intelligence' for the students. Once in four years the department organises National Level Conference on "Integrating Humanistic Values and Social Concerns with Technical Education".
The department of humanities aims at improving the humanistic values of the engineering students and to develop the interpersonal skills for the societal well being.
Our mission as a department is to acquaint students of engineering with economic and managerial concepts and models with a view to
1. Enabling them to make better decisions at work place.
2. Making them understand and realize their responsibilities in the environment in which they are going to operate, and
3. Motivating them to strive for excellence through socially and environmentally acceptable means.
Dr.R Sreenivasan 1985 - 2017
2011Best Paper Award -- “Migrant Street Hawkers of Coimbatore City – An Empirical Analysis”.
Best Paper Award -- “Migrant Street Hawkers of Coimbatore City – An Empirical Analysis”.Received the Best Paper Award at the 32nd annual conference of Association of Economists of Tamil Nadu held at PG Department of Economics and Research, Gobi Arts and Science College, Erode on 19.11.2011 for the paper entitled “Migrant Street Hawkers of Coimbatore City – An Empirical Analysis”.