Vellore Institute of Technology formally known as VIT University was founded in 1984 as Vellore Engineering College by Mr. G. Viswanathan, a former Parliamentarian and Minister in the Tamil Nadu Government, India. VIT University is located at Vellore, a district capital in Tamil Nadu, India. VIT is having campuses at Vellore and Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India, offering 18 undergraduate and 34 postgraduate programs and draws students from 47 countries as well as from every state in India. VIT University is imparting futuristic technical education and instill high patterns of discipline through dedicated staff, who shall set global standards, making students technologically superior and ethically strong, who in turn shall improve the quality of life of the human race. VIT University was established with the aim of providing quality higher education on par with international standards. It persistently seeks and adopts innovative methods to improve the quality of higher education on a consistent basis. VIT University has been a consistent topper for several years in the list of campus placement records among private institutions in India. It is proud that its graduates are highly rated by employers from industry and commerce in the private and public sectors. Offering information, advice, guidance and support for job-seeking students is considered a primary responsibility at the University. The Placement and Training Centre is provided with a well-equipped conference training room and separate, well-furnished rooms for interviews and counseling.
The following is the list of scholars from Vellore Institute of Technology who contributed and/or serves as editors for one or more OMICS International journals and conferences
The following is the list of articles by scholars from Vellore Institute of Technology that are published in OMICS International journals.
The following is the list of proceedings by scholars from Vellore Institute of Technology that are published in OMICS International journals and conferences.
A W Jayawardena