NSS College of Engineering, Palakkad was established in 1960 and is managed by Nair Service Society. The varsity is affiliated to the University of Calicut and offers B-tech degree courses in six branches and M-tech degree courses in Communication engineering, Power Electronics, Computer Science & Engineering, Structural Engineering and Computer Integrated Manufacturing. The college campus is located at Akathethara spread over 125 acres. The Library consists of a Central Library and 6 departmental libraries with 62,846 books, reports, standards and back volumes of journals. The Central Library was started in 1965 and has a computerized library information system, reprographic center and internet browsing center. There are three men's hostel blocks and two women's hostel block with a capacity of 483 and 500 students respectively. There is a Common Computer Centre with broadband connectivity, and individual departmental computer centers. The college has an outdoor stadium with a 400 meter tracks for athletics, cricket, football and hockey. There is a Volleyball court, basketball court and ball badminton courts. The college also has a well equipped gymnasium for students. There is an indoor court for badminton and table tennis weight lifting facilities.
|Instrumentation and control engineering|
|Electrical and electronics engineering|
|Computer science and engineering|
|Over All Seats||594|
|Faculty Name||No. of faculty|
|Computer Science Engineering||7|
|Electrical and Electronics||26|
|Electronics and Communications||24|
For students, the college has one of the finest placement cells that help them obtain
lucrative job opportunities via campus recruitments. Some of the globally-reputed
organizations that annually hire deserving candidates from the campus are TCS,
IBM, Cogencies, Capgemini and many more.
|Company name||Average starting salary||% of students joined|
|Tata Consultancy Service||8 lakhs||13|
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