Dr. Prince Arockia Doss | B.S.Abdur Rahman Crescent Institute of Science and Technology

Dr. Prince Arockia Doss

Designation : Professor
Nature of Employment : Regular
Qualification :
Phone : 044-22751347 (Ext 190)(Office), 98404 37365
Email ID : princeadoss@crescent.education


Educational Background

Programme Discipline Year of Passing University
B.Sc Chemistery 1977 Madurai University, Madurai
M.Sc Chemistry 1979 Madurai Kamaraj University, Madurai
B.Tech Automobile Engineering 1982 MIT, Anna University, Chennai
M.E Production Engineering 1991 MIT, Anna University, Chennai
Ph.D Mechanical engineering 2009 Anna University, Chennai

Work Experience

Designation Institution Duration No. of Years
Engineer R&D Bimetal Bearings Ltd, Coimbatore 1982-83 One year
Earth Movers Service
Dalmia Magnesite Corporation, Salem 1983-85 Two Years
Lecturer-Asst Professor – Associate Professor – Professor Crescent Engineering College, B.S.Abdur Rahman Institute 1985- Till Date Till Date

Lecture courses

  • Automobile Engineering
  • Design of Hydraulic and Pneumatic Systems
  • Total Quality Management
  • Lean Manufacturing
  • Professional Ethics
  • Materials Technology
  • Metallurgy
  • Materials for automobiles
  • Manufacturing Techniques
  • Industrial Automation


Areas Of Research Interest

  • Total quality management
  • Failure mode and effect analysis
  • Process planning

Research Publications

International Journal

National Journal

National Conference

  • Selvam.G, Prince Arockia Doss.S, Prakash.N, (2013), ‘An approach to improve Automobile Body Shop Productivity Through “Optimized Geometry : Re-spot (G:R) Ratio “ ‘ National Conference on Advances in Materials , Design and Manufacturing , B.S.Abdur Rahman Institute, Chennai.
  • Prince Arockia Doss S. (2006), ‘Design and Mold Flow Analysis of Piston die using Aluminum permanent die casting technique’, Second National Conference ‘Advances in Manufacturing and resource analysis’, (A systematic approach to improve quality and productivity), PSNA College of Engineering and Technology, Dindugal – 624 622, Tamil Nadu.
  • Prince Arockia Doss S. and Saravanan (2006), ‘Modern Manufacturing Systems’, National conference on ‘Recent Advances in Product Design Materials Technology and Manufacturing Systems’ (RAPMATS – 06) , Department of Production Technology, MIT, and Anna University.
  • Prince Arockia Doss S., Narashiman K., Mohamed K.P., Venkatasamy S., Aravind Kumaran L. and Dennis Rozario (2005), ‘A study into the use of Process Failure Mode and Effect Analysis in Indian Automotive Industries’, National Conference on Competitive Manufacturing Technology and Management for Global Marketing , Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, B.S.A Crescent Engineering College.
  • Prince Arockia Doss S. and Rajaraman (2005), ‘Knowledge based Failure Mode and Effect Analysis for a Foundry’, National Conference on Latest Trends in Mechanical Engineering, Dr. Mahalingam College of Engineering & Technology, Pollachi, Tamil Nadu – 642 003.
  • Prince Arockia Doss S. (2005), ‘Modeling and Finite Element Analysis of Die for Fuel Delivery Pipe’, National Conference on Latest Trends in Mechanical Engineering, Pollachi, Tamil Nadu – 642 003.

International Conference



Developing working relationship with reputed universities around the globe facilitating exchange of students and faculty, joint research and conferences, international research funding, joint publications and organizing short term and long term study abroad visits, guiding students for higher studies abroad, organizing foreign language learning programs. Developing international strategy for partnerships.

Facilitating rapport with international agencies, organizations and international government missions.


Developing curriculum for working Diploma and service engineers jointly with FORD INDIA LTD and organizing technical training classes at B S Abdur Rahman Institute for over 650 contact hours leading PDC 6 certification, recognized by FORD INDIA LTD equivalent to degree engineers qualification. This PDC6 pathway has been recognized as 100% successful and has been training service engineers of FORD INDIA LTD for more than 10 years.


Coordinating research projects with FESTO GLOBAL PRODUCTION CENTRE and facilitating students’ internships at FGPC.


Coordinating with GARC, Oragadam for students projects, internships, study visits, and knowledge sharing.


Academic council member at BSAIST and board of studies member in Mechanical Engineering and Automobile Engineering departments, instrumental in developing academic curriculum at department level and shaping academic policy decisions at University level.