The guest speaker, Mr. Kolachena Suryanarayana, Senior Consultant at TCS, spoke about planning for a successful career in Engineering at MEC. He was the academic liaison at TCS and had interacted with many such colleges in the past.
Established by the Mahindra Group, in collaboration with École Central Paris (now CentraleSupélec) - a 200 year old leading French University, and JNTU Hyderabad, a premier technological university, MEC is an international quality, technology school with assured career progression for engineering aspirants. Key aspects of education at MEC are the focus on multi-disciplinary knowledge, personality development, and critical-creative thinking. Mahindra École Centrale (MEC) College of Engineering, heralds the Rise of the New Engineer in India.
We do not just Teach; we Transform!
Over the past few months of teaching our exceptional students here at MEC I’ve come to realize the true potential of MEC’s advanced pedagogical model.
This confirms our capacity to deliver technological training and create a high quality pool of talent.
MEC provides a richly diverse environment that is a confluence of cultures and global perspectives for students, faculty and staff.
MEC features a research-driven program with close links to industry, based industrial collaboration, co-creation, internships and eventual placements.
MEC offers Internship opportunities to students starting from the second year, ranging from 2 weeks to 2 months in duration.
A blend of Humanities, Liberal Arts, Social Sciences, Natural Sciences, Management and Philosophy are taught to students at MEC.
Along with academics and extra-curricular activities, students are also provided avenues to develop and exhibit both their talents as well as innate leadership quotient.
MEC offers a full-time, four-year engineering course leading to a B.Tech Degree in varied disciplines (multi-disciplinary) including Computer Science & Engineering (CSE), Electrical & Electronics Engineering (EEE), Mechanical Engineering (ME), Civil Engineering (CE) with thrust areas that include, but are not limited to Energy, Environment, Communications, Infrastructure, Transportation, Materials, and Defense.