If You Aim High, We Provide The Means
CCET provides opportunity to talented, motivated students from all walks of life to acquire the skills and knowledge they need to succeed in highly competitive engineering professions. CCET is guided by its vision of providing quality technical education. A private non-profit organization, CCET admits 150 students annually in Degree Programmes In 4 branches of Engineering namely Computer Science & Engineering, Electronics & Telecommunications, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering. CCET also admits 54 students each in Post-Graduate M.Tech. programme in CAD/CAM/Robotics, High Voltage and Nano Technology. The cornerstone of CCET’s academic programmes is quality infrastructure combined with qualified and motivated faculty, placed in an environment that encourages students to make the most of both.
- CCET campus spread over an area of 17.45 acres in the Industrial Belt of the Steel City, Bhilai, Chhattisgarh. It presents a panorama of harmony in architecture and natural beauty. The campus has been organized in three functional sectors:
- Hostels for Students (Boys and Girls), Health Centre, Sports Complex
- Academic Buildings, Administrative Building and Central Library
- Residential & Guest House
The academic buildings are located fairly in close proximate, to the hostels and the Sports Complex. The College is having a dedicated Workshop for the Mechanical Engineering Department where Manufacturing Unit for preparation and maintenance of wooden and steel work for all sister institution. The campus has an ATM of State bank of India as well as Students Store in campus.
The Institute has its own Health Center with a part time residential medical Officer.
In Campus Boys and Girls Hostel managed by Priests and Nuns. A Spacious canteen is located close to the instruction zone and hostels. The Institute has a well equipped Gymkhana apart from various playgrounds for Tennis, Badminton, Volley Ball, Foot Ball, Hockey and Cricket and an Indoor Games Complex. NSS unit is also located on campus. They are very well used by students and campus residents of quarters.