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The Times of India | Kangkan Kalita | TNN | Jun 15, 2016 |

Guwahati: To connect the northeast with Kerala, the Kerala Self-Financing Engineering College Managements’ Association has urged students from the region to get themselves enrolled in institutions in the southern state this year.  Till 2015, the association would reserve all seats in engineering colleges under it for local students. From this year, however, it has decided to keep 20% of the seats across 43 engineering colleges for non-local students. The association has 117 member institutions.  “We believe the decision to allow non-local students admission in engineering colleges in Kerala would help both Keralite and non-Keralite students. The state-of-the-art engineering colleges will impart quality education to students of the northeast. We have digital classrooms and well-equipped laboratories,” said Sunil Dath, an association representative.

 The association has selected 43 colleges which will admit non-local students this year. Aspirants can choose from 18 branches of engineering. All 43 engineering colleges are affiliated to APJ Abdul Kalam Technological University, Kerala, formerly known as Kerala Technological University.  “A student must be worthy of the degree he or she earns. We urge the northeastern students to scale new heights in their careers by studying in colleges under the association. We are offering up to 100% scholarship for the best performing candidates,” Dath said.  Assuring industry-institute interaction, Dath said, “There are more than two million skilled and unskilled persons from other states working in Kerala and earning well. We don’t compromise with the value of education.” –  Courtesy      /        http://ksfecma.com/

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