Sri Jaya chamarajendra College of Engineering in Mysore is known as one of the institutes which specializes in different technical streams. A total of 1660 number of students are admitted in this engineering college of Mysore in every academic year.
The National Institute of Engineering Mysore is another notable institution which offers courses in the fields of mechanical engineering, electrical and electronics engineering, civil engineering, electronics and communication engineering, computer science and engineering and industrial and production engineering.
All the engineering colleges of Mysore are duly affiliated to the Vishweshvaraiah Technology University of Karnataka. The course curriculum and the academic session of each of the engineering institute of Mysore is prepared under the apt guidance of an experienced technical faculty.
Students who pursue an undergraduate, graduate and postgraduate courses in any of the engineering colleges of Mysore are assured of best of the technical training being imparted by the institutes.
Engineering Colleges in Mysore are a symbol of the all-encompassing development of the education scenario of Karnataka.
Karnataka engineering colleges
The first among the engineering colleges in Karnataka was started by the Mysore Government in 1917 at Bangalore. Three more colleges were started after 1946. By 1993-94, there were altogether 47 engineering colleges in Karnataka of which four are Government institutions and nine government – aided. The rest of the engineering colleges in Karnataka are private institutes.
Last Updated on 9/14/2011