Dr Meeradevi Thiagarajan is working as a Professor in the Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering at Kongu Engineering College, Perundurai, Erode, TamilNadu. She has completed her UG graduation in Electronics and Communication Engineering from The Indian Engineering College in April 1996 and completed her Masters PG in Applied Electronics from Kongu Engineering College on April 2005. She did her PhD in the field of Environmental Noise Cancellation in Hearing Aid at Anna University and completed in July 2013. She has published 21 papers in reputed International journals and 45 papers International and National conferences. She conducted 16 seminar/workshops with the funding over 15 Lakh from various funding agencies like DBT, MOEF, ICMR, MHRD, AICTE etc., and 25 workshops and seminars through the Industry Institute Partnership cell. She obtained 2 research project funding from DST over 30 Lakh and completed 2 consultancy projects. She is a recognised reviewer for 5 journals including Taylor and Francis journal. She published one book and one Monograph. She is presently guiding 9 research scholars under Anna University, Chennai.
Kongu Engineering College was established in the year 1984. Approved by AICTE, New Delhi and affiliated to Anna University, Chennai. The institution has completed 34 years of dedicated and excellent service in the field of technical education. It offers 14 UG programmes, 19 PG programmes and 16 Research programmes in Engineering, Applied Sciences and Management imparting high-quality value-added education in India. The college has got NBA and NAAC accreditation. The institution is ranked high among the Engineering institutions in India by various surveys conducted by reputed magazines/journals/organisation. The institution has a bagged AICTE clean campus award. The institution has established a Technology Business Incubator (TBI) supported by the Department of Science and Technology, GoI.
This profile appears in the World Book of Researchers 2019.
Information correct as on 09 February 2019 0620 HRS GMT.