Ammini College of Engineering

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Ammini College of Engineering
Motto Learning For Tomorrow
Type Private self financing
Established 2010
Chairman Mr.K.G. Madhu
Principal Dr.Shashidharan
Location Kannampariyaram, Mankara
Palakkad District, Kerala
, Kerala, India
10°47′24″N 76°30′35″E / 10.790026°N 76.509816°E / 10.790026; 76.509816Coordinates: 10°47′24″N 76°30′35″E / 10.790026°N 76.509816°E / 10.790026; 76.509816
Nickname ACE
Affiliations University of Calicut, A P J Abdul Kalam Technological University
Website www.ammini.edu.in
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Ammini College of Engineering (ACE) is a private self-financing engineering college at Kannampariyaram, near Mankara, in Palakkad District in Kerala, India.[1] The college is located on a 16-acre rural campus situated nearly 17 km from Palakkad city, the district headquarters. The college was established in 2010 and is administered by Ammini Foundation.

History[edit]

The college started functioning in August 2010 offering B.Tech courses in four branches of engineering. Civil Engineering, Electrical & Electronics Engineering, Electronics & Communication Engineering and Mechanical Engineering. From 2011 the college offered B.Tech programmes in Computer Science Engineering.

Approvalsand affiliation[edit]

The college is affiliated to the University of Calicut & A P J Abdul Kalam Technological University.[2] and is approved by All India Council for Technical Education, Ministry of Human Resource Development (India). In 2015 the college of Engineering has Affiliated to Kerala Technological University (KTU).

Library[edit]

The library was established in 2010. It has 10000 volumes in branches of Engineering and Sciences. National and international Journals are subscribed to. The Digital library has been established in the Central Library premises with online databases, e-journals, and e-books.

Campus accommodation[edit]

Ammini College of Engineering has separate hostels for boys and girls, which can accommodate around 300 students.

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