E-mail: principal@biet.net.in

Jagannath Institute Of Technology

(Approved by AICTE, New Delhi and Affiliated to Anna University, Chennai)
OMR / IT Highway, Near Thiruporur Murughan Temple, Thandalam,
Thiruporur, Chennai- 603 110, Tamil Nadu, India.
Phone: 99 623 233 55
Dr. V.MANONMANI. She has obtained her Bachelor of Engineering Degree in Electronics and Instrumentation in the year 1997 from Tamil Nadu College of Engineering, Bharathiar University, Coimbatore and Master of Engineering degree in Applied Electronics in the year 1999 from Coimbatore Institute of Technology, Coimbatore.
She has received her Ph.D Degree in the specialization of A Novel Magneto-Fluorescent Biosensor for the Isolation and Detection of Pathogenic Bacteria in Food from Sathyabama University in 2014. She has more than 18 years of teaching experience. She started her career as a Lecturer and Head in the Department of Electronics and communication Engineering in Jayam College of Engineering & Technology, Dharmapuri in the year 2000 and worked for 7 years.
She joined as an Assistant Professor at Sathyabama University, Chennai in the year 2007 and continuously worked for 9 years. She then joined as a Principal & Professor in ECE at Bharath Educational Group of Institutions. Golden Valley Integrated Campus, Madanapalle, Chitoor District, in 2016 and worked for 2 years. She then worked as a Principal and Professor in ECE in AKT Memorial College of Engineering and Technology, Kallakuruchi, Villupuram District, in the year 2018 - 19. She is a member of IEEE and ISA.
She has presided over JNTUA FFC inspection and NBA/NAAC Coordination. She has conducted symposium/workshops/seminars and guest lectures. She has guided a number of UG and PG projects.

She has published nearly 13 International/National Journal and 8 Conferences which includes Nanoinformatics: A Conjecture and a Review and Synthesis and Characterization of Silver Nanoparticles from Pseudomonas Aurignosa MTCC 229.

Her publications received a Best Paper Award. She is guiding 2 PhD students in her research area.