Location - Ambience
Location: Easily Accessible

The college is situated in an eco-friendly, academically conducive atmosphere amidst a fast prospering, and booming industrial business town and sylvan surroundings. Cochin International Airport, Railway station, Private and State Transport Bus Terminals etc are at a stone throw away. The vicinity of NH 47 provides an easy access to DiST, which attracts both hostellers and day scholars.


Athirappilly is popular among tourists. Athirappilly Falls is one of the best places to visit in Kerala. Another popular waterfall to visit is the Vazhachal Falls. Athirappilly Falls is a part of the Chalakudy river and it is approximately 80 feet in height. Athirappilly is easily reachable from Chalakudy by taking a vehicle for rent or by bus from the Chalakudy private bus terminal.


Kodanad, set on the Southern banks of the Periyar River amid the beautiful high ranges near Perumbavoor, is one of the largest elephant training centres in Kerala. Earlier elephants captured from the Malayatoor forests (the forests in the East and North of Kodanad) were trained here. Since the introduction of a ban on elephant capture, Kodanad has been reduced to a training centre.


The Malayatoor Church is situated atop the 609 m high Malayatoor Hill. The church is dedicated to St. Thomas, who is believed to have prayed at this shrine. One of the most important Christian pilgrim centres in Kerala, this holy shrine attracts devotees in very large numbers not only from Kerala but also from the neighbouring states. This famous church is situated at Kurisumudi, a verdant hill in the Western Ghats girdled partially by the Periyar (river). The Church has a life-size statue of St. Thomas and the imprint of the feet of the Apostle on a rock. This shrine has now been accorded an international pilgrimage station.


Ezhattumugham nature village is located at a distance of 20 kms from Angamaly. It lies in the Ernakulam district of Kerala. ‘Ezhattumugham Prakriti Gramam’ is a tourist spot which depicts the natural village life at Kerala. It is one of the unexplored nature villages of Kerala.

Sree Sankarachaya Kalady

Adi Shankara was born in a Brahmin family (refers to Shankaravijaya) as the only son of Sivaguru and Aryamba. Shankara's shrine at Kalady, run by the Sringeri Mutt, is a large, partly open structure situated on the northern bank of the river Periyar, or Purna. It is situated at a distance of 12 km from Angamaly. The samadhi of Sri Sankara's mother, Aryamba, is also located here. A small shrine to Vinayaka, or Ganapati, is a place of evening prayers, which are chanted to the rhythmic ringing of cymbals.