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School of Engineering CUSAT, Kochi Kochi , Kerala

 ESTD 1979
 Public College
 AICTE Approved

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Ranked 101-150 out of 200 in NIRF Rankings 2018

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3 years ago

Evelyn M.Tech / M.E.  Student 

Two years of the other shoe to drop. 2/5

The University of Cochin instituted the Department of Electronics in the year 1975. The Department was envisaged as a postgraduate Department with Master’s Degree and Doctoral programmes in frontier fields of Electronics. Realising the growing needs of trained man-power in various fields of E
PLACEMENT 0.5/5

The Department has a lot of research labs. But only the research students are only allowed to enter them without restrictions. There is a higher expectation of outcomes from minimal amount of inputs. The basic problem is lack of infrastructure for the PG students both M. Tech and M. Sc. There is no such lab as a project lab for the M. Tech and M. Sc students. Most of the students do not get internships and are reliant on the department for their PG project topics. The amount of projects bagged is also on a downward trajectory. The previous funding agencies are abandoning the department day by day. Most predict that the department will be a shell of its former self in the coming years. Even though the faculty are well known and technically accomplished in their domains, there is a general lack of co-operation among them. The course is highly outdated and the students are rarely challenged by the curriculum. They are not inspired and motivated to learn. Most of the M. Sc students will not be able to get any technical jobs. The department completely ignore them when it comes to placement. They are not given any guidance. Mostly, three or four out of the twenty five that join the course gets any internships/placement at all. The Professors must try to get involved with industry MoU. Once upon a time where there were GE and AMD involvement, there is none today. They mostly blame the students for their lack of performance (like always). They should be willing to spend money on placements. Without their involvement there would not be any progress for the students.
2 years ago

AMIY KRISHNA MISHRA B.Tech / B.E.  Student 

Cusat is a good college 4/5

There is a CAT exam conducted by CUSAT after qualify that exam you will get admission. Rank should be good for all India merit based admission. ...Read Full Review
PLACEMENT

There is lots of job opportunity.Highest salary this year was 13.3 lakh and lowest package was 3.4 lakh.
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2 years ago

AMIY KRISHNA MISHRA B.Tech / B.E.  Student  

Cusat is a good college 4/5

There is a CAT exam conducted by CUSAT after qualify that exam you will get admission. Rank should be good for all India merit based admission. ...Read Full Review
PLACEMENT

There is lots of job opportunity.Highest salary this year was 13.3 lakh and lowest package was 3.4 lakh.
3 years ago

Evelyn M.Tech / M.E.  Student  

Two years of the other shoe to drop. 2/5

The University of Cochin instituted the Department of Electronics in the year 1975. The Department was envisaged as a postgraduate Department with Master’s Degree and Doctoral programmes in frontier fields of Electronics. Realising the growing needs of trained man-power in various fields of E
PLACEMENT 0.5/5

The Department has a lot of research labs. But only the research students are only allowed to enter them without restrictions. There is a higher expectation of outcomes from minimal amount of inputs. The basic problem is lack of infrastructure for the PG students both M. Tech and M. Sc. There is no such lab as a project lab for the M. Tech and M. Sc students. Most of the students do not get internships and are reliant on the department for their PG project topics. The amount of projects bagged is also on a downward trajectory. The previous funding agencies are abandoning the department day by day. Most predict that the department will be a shell of its former self in the coming years. Even though the faculty are well known and technically accomplished in their domains, there is a general lack of co-operation among them. The course is highly outdated and the students are rarely challenged by the curriculum. They are not inspired and motivated to learn. Most of the M. Sc students will not be able to get any technical jobs. The department completely ignore them when it comes to placement. They are not given any guidance. Mostly, three or four out of the twenty five that join the course gets any internships/placement at all. The Professors must try to get involved with industry MoU. Once upon a time where there were GE and AMD involvement, there is none today. They mostly blame the students for their lack of performance (like always). They should be willing to spend money on placements. Without their involvement there would not be any progress for the students.
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3 years ago

Evelyn M.Tech / M.E.  Student

Two years of the other shoe to drop. 2/5

The University of Cochin instituted the Department of Electronics in the year 1975. The Department was envisaged as a postgraduate Department with Master’s Degree and Doctoral programmes in frontier fields of Electronics. Realising the growing needs of trained man-power in various fields of E
PLACEMENT 0.5/5

The Department has a lot of research labs. But only the research students are only allowed to enter them without restrictions. There is a higher expectation of outcomes from minimal amount of inputs. The basic problem is lack of infrastructure for the PG students both M. Tech and M. Sc. There is no such lab as a project lab for the M. Tech and M. Sc students. Most of the students do not get internships and are reliant on the department for their PG project topics. The amount of projects bagged is also on a downward trajectory. The previous funding agencies are abandoning the department day by day. Most predict that the department will be a shell of its former self in the coming years. Even though the faculty are well known and technically accomplished in their domains, there is a general lack of co-operation among them. The course is highly outdated and the students are rarely challenged by the curriculum. They are not inspired and motivated to learn. Most of the M. Sc students will not be able to get any technical jobs. The department completely ignore them when it comes to placement. They are not given any guidance. Mostly, three or four out of the twenty five that join the course gets any internships/placement at all. The Professors must try to get involved with industry MoU. Once upon a time where there were GE and AMD involvement, there is none today. They mostly blame the students for their lack of performance (like always). They should be willing to spend money on placements. Without their involvement there would not be any progress for the students.
2 years ago

AMIY KRISHNA MISHRA B.Tech / B.E.  Student

Cusat is a good college 4/5

There is a CAT exam conducted by CUSAT after qualify that exam you will get admission. Rank should be good for all India merit based admission. ...Read Full Review
PLACEMENT

There is lots of job opportunity.Highest salary this year was 13.3 lakh and lowest package was 3.4 lakh.
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School of Engineering CUSAT, Kochi Admission

Evelyn 3 years ago
M.Tech / M.E.
Selection Procedure: State / National Entrance Exams
Entrance Exam Appeared For: GATE ...Read Full Review
AMIY KRISHNA MISHRA 2 years ago
B.Tech / B.E.
Selection Procedure: College's Internal Written Exam
Entrance Exam Appeared For: CUSAT CAT ...Read Full Review

Latest News & Articles

CUSAT 2018 Application Form was released on 7th February 2018. The last date for the online submission of the application would be on 7th February 2018.  ...Read more

Faculty

Student Faculty Ratio
FACULTY STUDENT RATIO
1:2

62 PHD faculty

     136 faculty

Dr.G Madhu
Position: Principal
Evelyn M.Tech / M.E.3 years ago
Right now most of the senior faculty are retired. Some of them are emeritus professors but they are
AMIY KRISHNA MISHRA B.Tech / B.E.2 years ago
Nafsia mam she is the best faculty. ...Read Full Review

Location & Contact Info

Phone Number
2556187, 9447366900
Address
, Kochi, Kerala

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