|Type||Education and research institution|
|Principal||Dr. A S Varadarajan|
|Campus||6 buildings, 1,000 m2 (11,000 sq ft)|
Location in Kerala
MES College of Engineering (India)
MES College of Engineering (MESCE) is a private engineering college in Kuttippuram, Malappuram. It is the first established engineering college under the self financing sector in Kerala, an urban campus that extends more than a mile (1.6 km) alongside the Bharathappuzha. It was established as an institution with minority status in 1994. The college offers admission to all categories of students with special consideration to educationally backward communities. The institute also encompasses a number of major off-campus facilities such as the Fabrication Laboratory (FABLAB), the MES Innovation Centre, and the Community Development Centre. At present the college offers eight undergraduate programmes including Bachelor of Architecture and ten post graduate courses in Master of Engineering, Master of Computer Applications, Master of Business Administration and Master of Architecture.
The college was established along the banks of the Bharathapuzha River in 1994. It was inaugurated by the then Chief Minister, E K Nayanar in 1998. Established in 1994, the College is situated on the bank of Bharathappuzha. The college is affiliated to the APJ Abdul Kalam Technological University. This is the first self-financing engineering college in the state having Muslim minority status.
A governing body constituted as per the norms of All India Council for Technical Education, consisting of the representatives of the management, Central and State governments as well as Industry has the overall control of running the college.
The managing committee, the governing body and academic advisory board consisting of eminent educationists and industrialists guide the affairs of the college. The committee meet at regular intervals, monitor activities and take appropriate action for continuous growth.
An active Alumni Association is functioning in the college.
MESCE operates on a 4–1–4 academic calendar with the fall semester beginning before Independence Day and ending in mid-December, and the spring semester commencing in early January and ceasing in late May. Currently there are ten undergraduate and six postgraduate courses available in the college.