Engineering Colleges in Mangalore



Mangalore engineering colleges, offer under graduate, graduate and post graduate programs in various branches of engineering. Most of these colleges are approved by AICTE, New Delhi and the Karnataka State Government.

For admission into these engineering colleges at Mangalore, one need to sit for an entrance examination which are conducted on an all India basis, after clearance of which candidates have to undergo various rounds of rigorous interview. Some colleges also conduct their own examinations.

The engineering colleges in Mangalore offer degrees in various fields of engineering including the following:

  • Electrical and Electronics Engineering
  • Civil Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Information Technology
  • Computer Science and Engineering
  • Chemical Engineering
  • Mining Engineering
  • Electronics and Communications
Apart from these long term programs, some of the engineering colleges of Mangalore also offer short term courses such as certificate course on advanced instrumentation, etc.

The engineering colleges in Mangalore have well developed infrastructure so as to facilitate easy and advanced learning amongst the students. The colleges maintain libraries with huge collections as well as digital reference facility. Moreover, these colleges have also maintained state of the art computer laboratory which is equipped with all the latest technologies.

Following is a list of the four major Mangalore engineering colleges:

  • P.A. College of Engineering
    Nadupadava, Kairangala, Near Mangalore University, Mangalore - 574 153
    Phone: +91-824-743602

  • Yenepoya Medical College
    Nithyananda Nagar Post, Mangalore
    Phone: +91-824 - 2204668, 2204667

  • National Institute of Technology Karnataka
    Srinivasnagar Post Office, PIN 575025 , Surathkal, Dakshina Kannada, Mangalore
    Phone: +91-824-2474000

  • St.Joseph Engineering College
    Vamanjoor Post, Mangalore
    Phone: 0824 - 2263751




Last Updated on 21 September 2011



     


     

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