MEC is actually the one of the best in Kerala in terms of academics and placement.The only problem is the lack of infrastructure in our college. Even though there is this problem, we tackled it and Excel in every way.
The course is well suited for people who are interested in exploring the biomedical field and to bridge the gap between biomedical and engineering including electronics. In Kerala, this is the only college providing both electronics and Biomedical in a single stream.
Placement and job opportunities are pretty good at our college. The only problem is that biomedical core companies are less compared to electronic companies coming. Internships are provided in our college but the companies came are IT companies.
There are two fests conducted in each year. One is Excel which is the techfest. This was south India's second techfest and the quality of each event is outstanding that even students from NIT and IITs are coming to participate. The second fest is the arts and sports fest which is Layatharang and Chakravyuh respectively. They are exclusive for our college.
Feasible. Because our college is an IhourD funded college ( semi - govt.) So the fees are pretty less. For merit, per year it is 32, 000 and for management it is 64, 000. 1800 is of the exam fee and the rest is the tuition fee.
XSA scholarship which is based on our parents income, academic performance and caste. This is not availed by me, but this is one good scholarship which most of them availed and it provides 20, 000Rs per sem. This scholarship will expire if the person have active backlog.
Lab, workshop and other extra activities are pretty much good. Our college have various student teams and societies like IEEE, IEDC, FOSS, MUNSOC etc. Which provide a great platform for students to exhibit their skill set. IEEE provides a platform especially for women to showcase their skills on coding and electronics.
Since the college doesn't have a ladies hostel, we, girls are forced to opt private hostel. The hostel which I'm living is a convent hostel which is near the college. There are 13 rooms which have 4 person living per room.
The alumini or what we call the XMEC provide a lot of funding on conducting our techfest. The also provide placements and increase infrastructure of the college. The make themselves constantly on the situation of the college and do the best what they can.
The admission is based on rank which was decided by compiling our 12th marks( physics chemistry and maths aggregate) and KEAM entrance exam. The rank system also look on caste reservation. The seat I've got was management which also have a cutoff and include the rank and reservation system. NRI quota is also available.
The faculty is very much interested and enthusiastic for helping us to do projects, outside book knowledge and give ideas for papers and projects. Mentorship and help from the faculty are very much available.
There is plenty of placement opportunities. Students in the final year of studies can apply to the college placement cell to be considered for placements when companies come around with the offers. Companies such as TCS, Wipro, Microsoft, Mahindra, Litmus7, Infosys, and so on have visited and recruited students in the past. Usual packages include 3-5 CTC and it has gone as high as 15 CTC at times
Yeah, there are positive and negative comments regarding my college the positive side is that the college has got a vibrant panel of faculties and the facilities as far concerned about academics is good. And negative is the college doesnt give much importance to extracurricular activities.
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