Ramanujan Computing Centre aspires to be a leader in providing excellent State of Art Computational facilities
and training in emerging software and applications to the continuous needs of the University and the world


To develop human potential to its fullest extent so that intellectually capable and imaginatively gifted leaders can emerge in a range of professions.

To empower the youth through quality education and training to provide professional leadership.

To network with global Institutions of Excellence, Business, Industry and Research Organizations.

To contribute to the knowledge base through scientific enquiry, Applied Research and Innovation.


In the year 1963, a Computing Centre, first of its kind in the Southern Region was established in College of Engineering Guindy Campus, to render computing service to academic community of entire region. Later during the Centenary celebrations of Ramanujan, to honour the memory of the prodigious mathematical genius, the Centre was named as Ramanujan Computing Centre (RCC). RCC takes pride to state that former President of India Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, become the President of India while working at this Centre and his office room at RCC inspires and cherishes many. The Centre grown with the vision "To Provide World Class Computing Technology to Students, Faculty, Researchers and Administrators”, for the University.

The Centre is rendering computing infrastructure and services to the University for academic and administrative requirement. The Centre has established fibre based high speed campus network and a server Centre to provide common services such as e-mail, web services, etc. for the University.

RCC Facilities