The College of Engineering and Technology was established in Maharashtra with a clear vision to help churn out great talent out of this school of thought. Through a broad range of engineering programs, it aims at developing the skills and knowledge of students to make them future engineers who can make a place for themselves at the national and international level.

College of Engineering and Technology Facts & Figures:

Founded in


Affiliated with

Sant Gadgebaba Amravati University

Recognized by

Government of Maharashtra,

All India Council for Technical Education,

Council of Architecture

Campus Area

39 acres

Built up Area

15320 sq. mt.

Library Collection

28610 Books, Journals- 102


Babhulgaon, National Highway 6, Nagpur Road, Akola


Why join College of Engineering and Technology of Maharashtra?

1. 100% Placement

The College of Engineering and Technology in Maharashtra ensures that all the students come out in flying colours and get a professional edge by the end of their course. This focused drive of the college has helped them maintain a 100% placement ratio for the last five years consecutively. Jindal Steel, Reid & Taylor, L&T and Bharuch Alkali Chemicals are few reputed companies where students have succeeded to obtain placements. 

2. Student Recognition through scholarships

The College of Engineering and Technology in Maharashtra aims to give due appreciation to students who have excelled in their examinations through the Scholoarship Scheme of PLASTICINDIA Foundation. Gold Medals sponsored by PLASTICINDIA are awarded as well to students with exemplary performances. This helps keep the motivation and enthusiasm level high amongst the student fraternity for working hard and excelling at what they do the best.

3. A gamut of engineering programs

As one of the premier institute of learning in the Central part of India, College of Engineering and Technology offers a host of engineering programs which includes those of chemical, civil, computer science, polymer, production, textile, mechanical and architecture. While these are at the bachelor level, those for the post-graduate include chemical engineering and civil engineering.