Canada India Institutional Co-operation Project has been functioning in this institution from 1996. This scheme has been started for the Development of Technical Education and for the development of polytechnics. This scheme has been started by an agreement between India and Canada. The major motto of this scheme is to get the students developed as well as the society by using the facilities available according to the changing social and technical changes. 

Canada India Scheme Manager Thiru.Barrie.J. Saxton inaugurated the Canada India Institutional Co-operation Project in December 1996 in our Institution On the same day the continuing education cell was also started!"

Strategic Planning and Development
To plan realistically for the future through
collective process.
Identify, priorities and execute programs via
optimum utilization of available resources.
Evaluate the past performance.
Achieve institutional expectations.
Continuing Education Cell
* To conduct need based short-term courses thereby earn revenue to run on self-sustainable basis.
Utilise the revenue to:
* Nurture youth to lay a strong foundation for the society;
* Empower women technically towards their economic independence;
* Support the unemployed through skill enhancementto acquire jobs;
* Teach rural youth modern-techniques to be equally competitive;
* Train the down-trodden at affordable cost to alleviate poverty;
* Contribute excess revenue for the development of the institution through different thrust areas.
* To interact with the industry to pass on the latest technology for improved efficiency and productivity;
* To conduct industrial visits, organize industrial training;
* To acquire suitable placements for students.
» To provide all possible assistance to our staff members;
* To update knowledge, undergo training, acquire higher qualification, develop personality, learn new teaching techniques, renew computer skills, widen managerial talent to impart high quality education.
* To track, collect and record data and produce information for internal and external requirements;
* To develop, customize packages to facilitate easy, effective and efficient administration of the institution.
* To organize seminars, conduct workshops,
* To arrange for campus interviews, coordinate industrial visits
* To conduct mock interviews to improve students competency;
* To conduct health camps and chart out orientation programs for early diagnosis and correction of any disorders to keep them physically and mentally fit and their morale high.

*   To integrate womens issues into all thrust areas of the institution to create awareness that womens development is integral to overall development.
*   To bring women from all sections of the society together in forums
*   To identify their own needs and develop strategies to address those needs.
*   To overcome gender disadvantages and systemic imbalances;
*   To empower women technically to be economically independent.
*  To provide clean and green environment for superior study ambiance;
*   To provide basicamenities and sanitation;
*   To create awareness among students regarding pollution and global warming.
*  To cater internal and external needs for repairs and maintenance with greater emphasis on preventive maintenance, engage students in such activities.
*  To provide them first-hand experience and also provide means to earn while studying.

Thrrust Area Managers: 2018-2019

Co- Ordinator: Mr. S. B. CHANDRAAN Principal

S.No Thrust Trust Area Managers
1 Strategic Planning Mrs. S. Suganthirani, Lect/ICE
2 Continuing Education Mr. K. Ravindran, Vice Principal
3 Women In Development Mrs. P. Chitra, Lect/CE
4 Staff Development Mrs. T.Suganya, Lect/ICE
5 Student Services Coordinator  
6 Industry Liaison Officer Dr. L. Raghavendran, Lect/MOP
7 Environment Development Mrs. S. Veena, Lect/MECH
8 Facilities Development Manager Mrs. V. Shanmugasivagamavalli, Lect/CIVIL
9 Management Information System Mr. G. Karthick, Lect/CE