Mary Matha College of Engineering & Technology (MMCET), Trivandrum is promoted by the illustrious PRS Group of Companies. Conceived by Late P. Ratnaswamy, a civil engineer by profession, the PRS Group began its sucess saga as a construction firm in 1950. Helmed by the visionary, Er R. Murugan, present CEO of PRS Group, an engineer like his father and ably assisted by his son, Er. Sabari Rathen M., a Post Graduate Engineer, currently head the PRS Group.
The group has grown by leaps and bound over the years and has an emphatic presence across different business sectors like Construction, Health Care, Hospitality and Education. A recent entrant into the education scenario, PRS with a plan to carve out a niche for itself in professional educational arena has added Mary Matha College of Engineering & Technology to its fold.
The college, approved by the All India Council for Technical Education & affiliated to the University of Kerala, is located in the serene and hilly terrains of Neyyattinkara and surrounded by plantations covering 25 acres of land. With innovative teaching methodology, proficient and experienced faculty, state-of-the-art infrastructure and an unfettered environment to spur intellectual activity, the vollege encourages students in co-curricular activities, as well as in sports, along with academic studies. The group has chalked out aggressive growth plans and envisages to be the global standard in quality professional education.
Courses offered by Mary Matha College of Engineering & Technology, Trivandrum (MMCET)
B.Tech.(Electrical and Electronics Engineering)- Stands for Bachelor of Technology in Electrical and Electronics Engineering. Typically, B.Tech.(Electrical and Electronics Engineering) is a four year..
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