The chairperson of Providence College of Engineering and School of Business announced the appointment of Prof. Radhakrishnan Nair as the Honorary Director of the Providence School of Business.

Taking charge from 1st September 2021, Prof. Nair will develop and lead the strategic growth of the business school with the mission to make it a premier school of choice for management studies.

Radhakrishnan Nair is an alumnus of XLRI (Xavier’s Labor Relations Institute), Jamshedpur. He completed the Post Graduate Diploma Program in Personnel Management and Industrial Relations in the year 1984.

Since then, he has worked in diverse industries and cultures in a career spanning close to 35 years, during which he worked in worked in various organizations including:

His experience of heading the HR function at a plant and company level spreads over a two and a half decades.

In early 2014 he was given an opportunity to move into academics as a Professor in Sri Sathya Sai Institute of Higher Learning a (Deemed to be University). During this phase he was assigned roles of the Director of the Prasanti Nilayam Campus, the Dean of Faculty of Management and Commerce and the Head of the Department of Management and Commerce.

After close to five years, in 2018, he left the institute to focus on his spiritual progress and to play a role in his village Chengannur in Kerala focusing on the development young adults.

Since then, he has been playing the role of guest faculty at Providence College of Engineering and Goa Institute of Management. In addition to being an advisor to the chairperson of Providence College of Engineering, Mr. Nair sits on the advisory board of Claricent Partners, Mumbai an HR consulting firm and Karkinos, a startup focused on making cancer care affordable.

As per the guidelines and instructions of the Commissioner of Entrance Examinations, the schedule for admission to merit seats at Providence College of Engineering is as follows:

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All candidates are advised to contact the college offices on +91 479 245 1084 for further information.

Providence College of Engineering is conducting the 4th edition of its popular model entrance test, PROMET online on 11th and 12th July 2020.

In line with previous editions, the test will give engineering aspirants a chance to evaluate their readiness for the Kerala Engineering Architecture & Medical Exam, and boost their confidence levels.

PROMET will be patterned along the lines of the KEAM examination, with two parts. Part 1 will be Physics & Chemistry and Part 2 will be Mathematics.

Timing: Details of the timing of the tests will be sent by email to all registered candidates.

Examination Syllabus: Same as that of KEE/KEAM (Physics, Chemistry 8: Mathematics)

Registration: FREE.

Seats are allotted on a first-come-first-serve basis.

All candidates must register through any of the following modes on or before 1st July 2020:

Spot registration will be open if vacant seats are available.

Answer Key: The answer key will be published on or before 15th July 2020 on the college website.

Results: The results of PROMET 4 will be emailed to each candidate who appears for the tests.

The Providence basketball and volleyball teams kicked off this year's sports tournament campaigns in style with some major inroads into the zonal competitions.

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The boys' basketball team made it to the finals of the zone C competition on 2nd October 2019 and faced off against Amal Jyothi College of Engineering, walking away with the runner-up trophy.

Meanwhile, the girls' basketball team battled their way to place 4th in the zone C competition.

On 6th October, the boys' volleyball team valiantly fought their way to reach the quarter-finals.

The teams were trained under the leadership and guidance of Dr. Sabu Samuel, the head of physical education at Providence College of Engineering.

American multinational software company, Autodesk, organizes and hosts an annual gathering of designers, creators and makers, known as Autodesk University.

The 2019 edition of Autodesk University India was held at the Hotel Lalit Ashok in Bengaluru, on 5th September 2019 attended by over 1500 people from the world of design, manufacturing and academia.

Providence student Aayush Nair's Solaster multi-purpose solar lamp was chosen to be showcased at this prestigious gathering.

The idea for the Solaster lamp was born from the crisis that engulfed the state of Kerala in 2018 when floods ravaged the state and left hundreds of thousands of people stranded and homeless without access to electricity and communication.

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During the floods, Aayush, like thousands of other people, spent days in relief camps and was a firsthand witness of the devastation and ensuing challenges.

The circumstances inspired him to devise a product that would fulfill some of the basic needs for such crisis-ridden situations - light and power.

Under the supervision and guidance of professor Jobin Joy of the department of Mechanical Engineering, Aayush used Autodesk Fusion to design and build a working prototype of a multi-purpose lamp that would provide light and power for emergency situations.

On 28th July 2019, Providence College of Engineering proudly hosted a convocation ceremony for its graduand batch of engineers from the class of 2015-2019.

The ceremony was held under the auspices of the chief patron, Shri George Mathew and the chairperson, Smt Mariamma George in the presence of college director Dr. KG Balakrishnan, college principal Dr. Santhosh P Mathew, the vice-principal, dean and heads of academic departments.

Dr. Kuncheria P Isaac, founder vice-chancellor of APJ Abdul Kalam Technological University and current vice-chancellor of Hindustan Institute of Technology & Science was the chief guest.

Dr. Kuncheria greeted and handed out certificates of completion to the graduands.

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Jelvin Shaji (Civil Engineering), Junie Varghese (Computer Science & Engineering), Jaison P Thampikutty (Electronics & Communication Engineering), Jerlin Jose (Electrical & Electronics Engineering) and Jaison P Raju (Mechanical Engineering) were honored for their exemplary performance and inducted into the academic honors list by the chairperson.


The ceremony was attended by local dignitaries, parents, and well-wishers.

On 25th May 2019, Providence College of Engineering hosted the first every statewide model entrance exam for polytechnic and BSc students with aspirations to acquire a BTech degree.

The first edition, PROLAT 2019, took place at the Providence College of Engineering campus.

The top three candidates were:

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Roll Number: NSS Polytechnic, Pandalam

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Roll Number: Government Polytechnic, Vennikulam

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Roll Number: SN Polytechnic, Kottiyam

The answer key for the exam is available at the following links:

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Providence College of Engineering is proud to publish the list of all the PROMET 3.0 candidates who qualified in the model entrance test conducted on 17th April 2019 across Kerala, below.

The top three candidates were

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Roll Number: 1704191114

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Roll Number: 1704190875

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Roll Number: 1704191453

Congratulations to all the participants and wishing all KEAM aspirants all the best.

The third edition, PROMET 3.0, took place at 15 centres across all 14 districts of Kerala.

The Kerala Engineering & Medical Entrance Exam (KEAM) for 2019, is now scheduled to take place on 2nd and 3rd May 2019 across Kerala and other cities across India.

More information on KEAM may be found at the website of the Commissioner for Entrance Examinations.

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On 17th April 2019, Providence College of Engineering hosted the first every statewide model entrance exam for engineering aspirants.

In it's third edition, PROMET 3.0 took place 15 centres across all 14 districts of Kerala.

With over 1,000 participants, the exam was a success and it has given engineering aspirants an opportunity to get an experience of writing the KEAM exams scheduled in May 2019.

The Providence team worked with a range of institutions across Kerala, including schools and training centres to make this one-of-it's kind event happen.

The answer keys for the exam are available at the following links:

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