Coimbatore in Tamil Nadu known for its contribution to technical education and industrial development in Southern India has now yet another but unique engineering institution in the name of EASA College of Engineering and Technology(ECET) located at Navakkarai on the Coimbatore-Palakkad Highway(NH-47).
The college is an ISO 9001:2008 certified institution and all departments of the institution have received approval which is a feather in our cap. EASA College of Engineering and Technology is a Self – financing, Co-educational Engineering institution approved by the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), New Delhi and affiliated to Anna University Chennai. It is situated on NH – 47, Palakkad Main Road, Navakkarai Post, Coimbatore – 641 105 which is 20 km away from Coimbatore city and 30 km away from Palakkad, Kerala.
Well connected by air, rail and road to all major cities in India, Coimbatore offers many advantages in terms of its strong science and technology base, abundant educational and research resources, a good cultural mosaic and an impressive entrepreneurial history.
ECET has been so conceived as to make the best use of all these advantages. The College is situated in a vast land abutting the NH-47, the site selected by the management judiciously for an ideal institutional setting, surrounded by lush green coconut grooves and mountains, at an altitude of 411 meters above the M.S.L., with moderate weather round the year and mild short summer. The College nurtures and preserves its natural environment, maintains pollution free air, water and land.
Free from litters and other pollutants alongside its planned hi-tech complex and a pleasant humane learning environment to make the College a preferred destination for joyful learning, enjoyable teaching and meaning research, is the managements cherished vision. The campus breaths not only fresh air which is rare in cities but also the modern air of science and technology, the pleasing air of understanding punctuated by a strong sense of universal brotherhood, values, tradition, culture and sophistication.
The College was established by Easa Foundations, Coimbatore, a public charitable and educational trust, under the Chairmanship of its Managing Trustee, Thiru.T.D.Eswaramoorthy, The College is a Sourastrian minority institution. The Object of the foundations is to impart high quality instruction and training and foster research in the fields of science, engineering, technology and management by establishing educational institutions with futuristic and global outlook.
“To make the institution a pioneer in the field of Engineering, Technology and Management Education with a commitment for development of the individual and the society as a whole.”
To Develop and motivate talent and creativity in an independent and congenial environment. To give innovative learning experience with freedom of expression and clarity in the field of study. ...To nurture human excellence, self-confidence and security. To create awareness of pleasant personality and high self-esteem. To tutor good relationship, teamwork and trust and stimulate sense of service, integrity and contribution to society. To inspire sense of discipline, hard-work and impart knowledge of being truthful and compassionate towards fellow being.Read more
The Foundations will steer the College to become one of the unique and 'out of the box' institutions, continually meeting with the challenging local and global knowledge and skill needs ...by producing job ready graduates who will face the challenges of change with courage and confidence. It will produce the leaders for tomorrows industry.Read more
Ensuring continual improvement in quality management systems and infrastructure with constant endeavor for enhancing competence among the faculty to adapt to modern and innovative teaching methods to give the students utmost academic standing.
Let's read what they say!
Here at EASA, we are trying to redefine the way knowledge transfer of engineering occurs. We are living in a period of exponential technological advancements, where integration has become key and at EASA we are steadily moving forward in that direction. I am fairly certain that students from EASA will stand out in whatever they do.
We are always thinking of new ways to create an environment conducive to teaching engineering. At EASA, we have been steadily developing infrastructure to support students in a well-rounded manner so that every student becomes a wonderful working professional, an endearing engineer and a responsible citizen.