Infrastructure is an essential part of the social well-being of any nation and this can be grouped under the umbrella of man-made structures to facilitate economic development for the welfare of the humankind. Such infrastructure includes buildings, roads, pipelines, dams and power plants, to list a few. Providing quality infrastructure without aggravating the existing issues related to environment, economy and sustainability is a major challenge to the engineering community. The recent decades have witnessed extraordinary strides made in the efficient engineering of such infrastructure projects.
A sea change in technology in terms of pavement material characterization, design, construction and management has happened in the last few decades. Innovations in construction of high rise buildings and use of self-compacting concrete have opened a vast arena of possibilities keeping in view of increasing uncertainties from climate change and resource depletion. The changing urban scenario with infinite
Having established hundreds of Primary, Secondary and Higher Secondary Schools, Industrial Training Institutes, Teacher Training Colleges, a few first grade Arts and Science Colleges, a Medical College and the Medicity, the Malankara Catholic Church’s long cherished dream of starting an Engineering College was realized in 2002 with the establishment of the Mar Baselios College of Engineering and Technology (MBCET).
The Civil Engineering branch was started in Mar Baselios College of Engineering and Technology in 2004. The Department of Civil Engineering is a vibrant place for learning, where students pursue their educational interests in order to lead the next generation to better prospects.The students develop high quality technical expertise with a sound knowledge in basic Engineering Principles
A massive rocky promontory on the beach has created a beautiful bay of calm waters ideal for sea bathing.
The backwaters have a unique ecosystem: freshwater from the rivers meets the seawater from the Arabian Sea.
Kerala hill stations for the fresh mountain air and not just a lot to see but also loads of adventure sports
Enjoy this roaring beauty from various vantage points or trek to its bottom for incredible views. The lush green splendor
An idyllic hill station, Ponmudi is located 915 m above U sea level. One of the very few hill resorts situated close to the sea,
where the Veli Lake meets the Arabian Sea, offers boating facilities. Pedal boats and paddle boats can be hired to explore
Fringed by headlands that rise steeply above the shore, Kovalam Beach is almost completely covered by coconut palms.
This serenely beautiful destination along India's western coast is an important Hindu pilgrimage centre.
Part of the Sahyadri range of mountains Agasthyakoodam, at a height of 1,890 m above sea level" is the second highest peak