“Committed to Excellence in Technology”
Mohandas College of Engineering and Technology (M-CET), is the prestigious technical education project of the leading industrial group, The Mohandas Group of Companies, Thiruvananthapuram. The college is managed by V. N. Gangadhara Panicker Memorial Trust with Shri. G Mohandas as the Chairman and Dr. Ashalatha Thampuran as the Executive Director. The Institution is affiliated to the University of Kerala and the courses are approved by AICTE. The Institution offers B. Tech courses of four year duration, MCA course of three year duration and M.Tech courses of two year duration.
The Institution strictly adheres to the procedures and policies of AICTE and ISO. As a part of its quality assurance, the college has received ISO 9001:2008 Certification. The Institution promotes and champions learning by providing a variety of instructional settings, where students and faculty can share and create new knowledge in science and technology. It distributes knowledge to an audience of peers and citizens through a great diversity of academic literature and professional activities. The facilities and infrastructure of this college and its ambience enables the students to bring out the best in them. Consistent with its mission, M-CET takes seriously its commitment to fostering and maintaining an environment conducive to student learning and growth through curricular and co-curricular programmes.
The institution will be second-to-none in the programs of discovery, learning and engagement that will draw worldwide attention for their quality, relevance, depth, and scope by integration of teaching, advancing knowledge through research and engaging in outreach programmes and activities, and in preparing professionals who provide exemplary educational and related services to improve the lives of individuals in a changing and complex global society.
MCET is committed to produce professionals who can succeed in their careers, do well in their higher learning ventures and most importantly who will be good citizens. The institute is poised to develop and implement curricular, co-curricular, research, and public service activities that collectively address problems, issues resources and opportunities of the area, the state, the nation and world at large.
The Indian Society for Technical Education is a national, professional, non-profit making Society registered under the Societies Registration Act of 1860. First started in 1941 as the Association of Principals of Technical Institutions (APTI), it was converted into “Indian Society for Technical Education” in 1968 Read more
AAMCET is the Alumni association of Mohandas College of Engineering & Technology. The association has conducts Meetings and alumni gatherings every year. Every proud MCE-ian is a member of AAMCET making the association back bone and support for the institution. AAMCET’s Branches are spread across the globe. Read more
IEEE, a non-profit organization, is the world’s leading professional association for the advancement of technology. Through its 375,000 members, including 80,000 students, in more than 160 countries, IEEE membership brings you access to the latest technical information and research. Read more
Computer Society of India (CSI) student’s chapter of the college had its beginning in the year 2004-05. It aims to enhance the technical activities of budding engineers and provides guidance for better beginning. It has conducted various activities like paper presentation, seminars and technical aptitude test within the college. Read more
The National Service Scheme unit was formed with a noble aim of serving the different sections of the under privileged and the needy. The NSS unit of MCET actively organizes various social services activities for the communities from March 2004 onwards. The motto of NSS unit is ‘Not me, But you..!’. Read more
The inauguration of IIChE -MCET Students Chapter 2014 combined with ISTE was conducted 29th August 2014,9AM at MCA Seminar hall. A very informative talk on ” CHEMICAL ENGINEERING ACADEMICS IN ABROAD” was given by Dr. P Ganesh, Scientist/Engineer, VSSC, ISRO. Read more