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Government Engineering College, Wayanad


Government Engineering College, Wayanad

GEC Wayanad
Established September 1999
Type Educational institution
Principal Dr. V.S Anitha
Location Mananthavady, Kerala, India
Campus 25 acres (100,000 m2)

The Government Engineering College, Wayanad is an engineering college established and managed by the Government of Kerala, India. It was inaugurated in 1999 with an intake of 120 students in Computer Science and Electronics and Communication Engineering. A new course on Electrical and Electronics Engineering started in 2010 with intake of 60 students and another course on Mechanical Engineering was started in 2014 with an intake of 60 students. The college is affiliated to Kannur University.[1] It also has two M.Tech courses. M.Tech in Communication Engineering & Signal Processing started in 2011 with intake of 18 students. A new M.Tech course on Network and Security starts in 2014 with intake of another 18 students.[2]

GEC Wayanad is located at Thalapuzha, 6 km from Manathavady town.

The college is located in the hilly district of Wayanad. Wayanad was formerly called the `Wayalnadu` of Kerala, which is the elevated picturesque plateau on the crest of the Western ghats. This college is one among the four new engineering colleges in the state established in 1999. It was inaugurated by the Hon. Education Minister, Mr. P.J.Joseph on 17th Jan 2000.


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External links

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