10-01-2014, 02:37 PM
NSS College of Engineering Palakkad is one of the earliest technical institutions in Kerala, India. It was founded in 1960 by Nair Service Society under the leadership of the late Padmanaban Bharata Mannathu Kesari, the second five-year plan with the help of the Central and state government in the scheme targeted subsidies. The college is affiliated with the University of Calicut.
The campus is located in NSS Nagar at Akathethara, 9 km from Palakkad town and 3 km from Palakkad railway junction. The nearest airports are located in Coimbatore (55 km) and Cochin International Airport (110 km). Area of 100 hectares, it includes administrative block and other blocks, block libraries and five dormitories, including two women.
Four of the college departments were accredited by the National Accreditation Board (NBA) of the AICTE, making it the first national accreditation government aided engineering college in Kerala. The state government has declared autonomy for the college and the process of certification to ISO 9001: 2000.
The college started with three branches of engineering viz, civil engineering, mechanical engineering and electrical engineering and electronics. Instrument and Control Engineering, Electronics and Communications Engineering and Computer Science, Engineering was started in 1980, 1986 and 1999, respectively. Instrument and Control Engineering - a discipline only in this college in Kerala. The Institute offers degree courses sewing Calicut University in 2011.
The Institute offers degree courses b. Technology of the University of Calicut in the following technical fields:
Electronics and communications technology (dose-90)
Electrical and Electronics Engineers (dose-90)
Computer Science (dose-60)
In addition to that provided 10% of seats for admission to the third semester of classes for diploma (lateral entry system)
Now the institute offers courses to improve the post departments
Civil Engineering (intake 18
Computer Science (dose-18)
Electrical & Electronics (dose-18)
Tech Electronics & Communications (dose-18)
Mechanical Engineering (dose-18).