When we study in college, striving to become a professional - this is education for a living. On the other hand, education for life requires understanding the essential principles of spirituality. This means gaining a deeper understanding of the world, our minds, our emotions, and ourselves. We all know that the real goal of education is not to create people who can understand only the language of machines. The main purpose of education should be to impart a culture of the heart - a culture based on spiritual values.


Students learn engineering concepts, principles, applications and procedures during the classroom lecture sessions. Teachers motivate the students through introducing the course material, providing course connected information to the students and explaining concepts, principles, procedures and practices.

Tutorial Class sessions with small group of students are also conducted once in a week by every course teacher for the purpose of comprehension of knowledge imparted to students in the lecture classes, applying the acquired knowledge in solving simple problems, enhancing analytical abilities to analyze and synthesize problems.

Laboratory and Workshop Sessions are helpful to students in applying the knowledge (Concepts and Principles) for solving problems, development of psychomotor skills, improving observation, measurement and report writing skills, imparting creativity and innovation, developing human skills such as teamwork.

Often seminars/workshops are organized to acquire knowledge and skills in specific subject area of interest which is a gateway to the career building process.Project Work, both mini and major, will provide opportunity to the students to demonstrate their creativity, knowledge and skills. Quality of project work is the primary indication of students’ technical strength..

In addition to offering all the above services, every department offers value added training courses along with regular degree course to make the students industry ready and employable when they complete their degree. These courses are designed by the faculty with the help of industry experts under the guidance of the head of Amrita Center for Industrial Training, Nagercoil. The following are the value-added training courses offered by the departments at Amrita College of Engineering and Technology.

Department of Civil Engineering

Semester Name of the Value-Added Training Course
III Hands-on training using “3D AutoCAD for Civil Engineers”
IV Workshop on “Modern Surveying using Total Station”
V Workshop on Autodesk Revit Architecture with 30 hours of hands-on training on Revit Architecture
VI Hands-on training on design and analysis of steel structures using “StaadPro”
VII Training on Project Management using “Primavera” and “MS Project”

Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering

Semester Name of the Value-Added Training Course
II Hands on training to design Printed Circuit Boards and Simulate experiments using Simulation Software Pspice
III Hands-on training on Application of MATLAB for Signal Communication and Image Processing
IV Hands-on training on Front End Design of Digital VLSI Circuits using Cadence tools
V Project Based Learning in 8051 Microcontroller Using Keil and Embedded System Design using ARDUINO platform
VI Project Based Learning in Internet of Things (IoT) with Raspberry Pi
VII Hands-on training on communication network behaviour and protocol using Network Simulator version 2 (NS2)

Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering

Semester Name of the Value-Added Training Course
II Electrical Wiring, Electrical Maintenance
III Solar Panel Installation and AUTOCAD Electrical
IV Electrical Machine Assembling and Dismantling and MATLAB Training/Programming
V Arduino / Raspberry Pi Programming and PLC Programming
VI Electrical Design and Cost Estimation and Robotics Training
VII LabVIEW Training and SCADA Training)

Department of Computer Science and Engineering

Semester Name of the Value-Added Training Course
II C / C++ programming
III Database & SQL and Data Warehousing
IV Data Mining and Web designing (PHP, HTML 5.0)
V Multimedia Programming and Networking
VI Visual basic and Visual basic.NET
VII Android and Software Testing

Department of Mechanical Engineering

Semester Name of the Value-Added Training Course
III Basic drafting and “3-D Modelling using AUTOCAD”
IV Hands-on training using “Autodesk Inventor 2016” and 30 hours of hands-on training on “CNC Training programme (Turning and Milling)”
V Hands-on training on “SolidWorks 3-D Modelling
VI Hands-on training on “SolidWorks Simulation (finite element analysis) and SolidWorks Motion analysis”
VII Training using “Ansys”