DRDO recruits geologists

Cochin University of Science and Technology - Cliff Evans (rugby league)

motto tejasvi nāvadhītamastu (Sanskrit)
May learning enlighten us both
Type Public University
Grindings 1971
Chancellor Arif Mohammed Khan
Vice Chancellor Prof. Prof. (Dr.) KN Madhusoodanan
University Street, South Kalamassery, Kalamassery
, , ,
10 ° 02'39 "N 76 ° 19'42" E. / 10.0443 ° N 76.3282 ° E / 10.0443; 76.3282
campus Urban, 180 acres
Colours Light green
Responsibilities UGC, AICTE, AIU, ACU,
Website www.cusat.ac.in
Main gate of the Cochin Campus (CUSAT)

Cochin University of Science and Technology (CUSAT ) is a state-owned autonomous science and technology university in Kochi, Kerala, India. It was placed in 1971 and has two people: one in Kochi and one in Kuttanad, Alappuzha, 66 km inland. The university awards degrees in engineering and natural sciences to bachelor, postgraduate and doctoral degrees. In the 2016-17 Times Higher Education World Ranking, CUSAT is the entire administration in Kerala and one of the country's 31 rights included in the global administration of rights.

The university was established in 1971 as the University of Cochin by a law of the Kerala Legislature, which was the result of a decision for postgraduate education in the state war. It was renamed at Cochin University of Science and Technology (CUSAT) in February 1986. The aim is to provide undergraduate and postgraduate courses as well as advanced research in the rights of applied science, technology, industry, commerce, management and social sciences.

Eligibility for basic and postgraduate courses consists of the Common Admission Test (CAT). Admission examinations (DAT) are dealt with for some postgraduate courses. As of 2019, the university will work across 29 study and research departments, graduate and postgraduate programs in a general spectrum of disciplines in engineering, science, technology

A new species of amphipod obtained from the backwaters of Cochin was named Victoriopisa cusatensis after the university in 2018.

The motto of the university Tejasvinavadhithamastu examines the Vedas and belongs to "May the wisdom gathered adore us both - the teacher and the scholar - and penetrate in its entirety into the universe".


CUSAT was found in the 1001+ category of the Times Higher Education World University Rankings of 2020 and the 401+ category for Asia. The National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF) ranked it 62nd among the authorities in India in 2020.


The university has three people: two people in Kochi and another in Pulinkunnu, Kuttanad, Alappuzha about 65 km away from Kochi in the state of Kerala.

Main Campus (Thrikkakara)

The main campus is located one mile off National Highway 47 in South Kalamassery. The 0.73 km long campus is called the School of Engineering (SOE Campus), the Kunjali Marakkar School of Marine Engineering, the School of Management Studies and the School of Legal Studies.

Interior of the student center.

Lakeside Campus

The Lakeside Campus, approximately 12 km from the main campus, is located on Fine Arts Avenue in the city of Cochin on the waterfront of the estuary. It means the School of Marine Sciences, the School of Industrial Fisheries, the Department of Physical Oceanography, the Department of Atmospheric Sciences, the Department of Chemical Oceanography, the Department of Marine Biology, Microbiology and Biochemistry, and the Department of Marine Geology and Geophysics. The Faculty of Marine Science Library is one of the other marine science libraries in Asia. The school also has a research vessel for coastal water studies and entertaining disputes with other guidelines and research institutes, including India.

Pulincunnu Campus

The Pulincunnu Campus in Kuttanad, Alappuzha District, is 65 km from the main campus. It is home to the Cochin University College of Engineering at Kuttanad (CUCEK) and the Cochin University College of Computer Instructions (CUCCA).


CUSAT is divided into nine faculties:

Sign on the university with different departments.

Faculty of Science

Department of Physics

Department of Physics The physics of the University of Cochin was developed in 1963 by Prof. K. Venkateswarlu as the Department of Physics of the Ernakulam Center of the University of Kerala. It is now a center of excellence known in India and abroad for its contributions to teaching and research in administration and theoretical physics. To the interests established nanosciences and technology, optoelectronic devices, quantum computers, semiconductor components, solar cells, holographic materials and memories with high capacities, astrobiology and quantum optics. The research is being falsified by agencies like UGC, AICTE, IUCAA, DST, DRDO, CSIR, IUAC. DAE and KSCSTE. The department agrees on the control instruments that are made available for settlement against a regulatory obligation.

The faculty members of the department work with other health and safety authorities at home and abroad, relations NCL, Pune; NIIST, trivandrum; Inter University Accelerator Center, New Delhi; IGCAR, Kalpakkam; VSSC, Trivandrum, IUCAA, Pune, NTU, Singapore; NUS, Singapore; Rice University, USA; Toyo University, Japan; Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan and IWATE University, Japan.

The North Department offers postgraduate courses leading to the MSc (Physics), M.Phil (Physics) and PhD degrees.

The Institute of Physics in collaboration with the IUCAA Resource Center, CUSAT and Edumithra Intellectual Services run a program to raise awareness of the natural sciences and the National Space Olympics.

Applied Chemistry Department

The Applied Chemistry Department was funded by the University Scholarship Commission in 1976 to manage the development of the industrial belt in the Greater Cochin area by academic and executive personnel for industry. The faculty of the department maintains international collaborations with the Technical University of Singapore, KARD Scientific USA, Limerick University, Ireland, the Polish Academy of Sciences, Sultan Quaboos University Muscat, Boise State University USA and the University of Sciences, Malaysia.

The North Department offers postgraduate courses that lead to the MSc (Chemistry) and M.Phil (Chemistry) degrees, and has led to the formation of the departments of work on polymer science and rubber technology as well as biotechnology by initiating BTech and MSc courses.

The collaboration department in collaboration with the Kerala State Council for Science, Technology, and Engineering and the Kerala State Science and Technology Museum.

Department of Mathematics outreach program for school children

The Faculty of Mathematics runs a Masters degree in Mathematics and Operations Research and Computer Instructions, as well as M.Phil and PhD degree programs. Research scientists in the department receive funding from Government of India agencies such as the University Grants Commission, the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research, and the National Board for Advanced Mathematics (NBHM). The research areas work on analyzing, algebra, operator theory, functional analysis, general topology, fuzzy mathematics, graph theory, combinatorics, convexity theory, fluid dynamics, nonlinear waves, actions, stochastic processes and random graphs, operations research and the history of mathematics.

Institute for Statistics

The Institute for Statistics was founded in 1996. There will be a statistical computer laboratory, a metrology laboratory with sophisticated instruments and a study studies center that studies demographic research. The department has close relationships with the University of Waterloo, Dalhousie University, Canada, the Indian Statistical Institute, Calcutta, the University of Dresden, Germany and the University of Warwick, United Law.

The North Department offers postgraduate courses leading to the MSc (statistics), MTech (engineering statistics) degrees. and PhD.

The North Department also includes industrial and research institutions in the employment contracts in the rights for data analysis, planning planning and quality improvement.

Technical Faculty

Electronics department

The electronics department was established in 1975. For those in need of research, microwave electronics, microprocessors, underwater acoustics, ocean electronics, microwave propagation antennas, microwave image processing, pattern patterns, microprocessor applications in signal processing and display devices. The research is supported by the political regulator, rights DST, ISRO, AICTE, DOE, DRDO, MOD and the state government. The department maintains international collaborations with Delft University (Netherlands), PolarizOne Corporation (Malaysia), University of Kent (UK) and University of Surrey (UNITED KINGDOM).

The North Department offers postgraduate courses with MSc (electronics) and MTech (electronics) degrees specializing in microwave and radar electronics as well as digital electronics and a doctorate.

The department operates two national symposia as biannual processes: the National Symposium on Antennas and Propagation (APSYM) and the Symposium on Ocean Electronics (SYMPOL).

Instrumentation Department

The Instrumentation Department was developed in 1995 as a result of the Scientific Instrumentation Center (USIC), which is the university's science and technology departments and instrumentation service asset management design, design, manufacturing, glassblowing and carpentry. Proven as a labor department now nun about research programs in the various instruments and applied physics by government quality agencies, the DST, DAE, UGC, AICTE, KSCSTE and TWAS. Es Nord also provides advice on the design and manufacture of services for teaching, research, calibration and industrial applications. The North Department offers a four-year BTech course in instrumentation technology, a two-year MTech course in instrumentation technology and a two-year MSc course in instrumentation.

, Professor of the Department of Instrumentation, was appointed on April 25, 2019 by Governor P Sathasivam.

Polymer Science and Rubber Technology Department

Established in 1971, the Polymer Science and Rubber Technology Division (PS&RT) is a pioneer in education and research in polymer science and engineering. The BTech program began in 1972 in collaboration with the Rubber Research Institute of India. It is managed by agencies, owned by Nuffic (MHO, Netherlands), Volkswagen Foundation (Germany), MHRD, AICTE, DRDO, DST and UGC.

The department has a collaboration with the Technical University of Eindhoven (DI) and the University of Twente Netherlands.

Department of Ship Technology

The Department of Ship Technology was founded in 1974 and is one of the pioneers in the field of Naval Architecture training in India. The BTech program for naval architecture and shipbuilding began in 1975. The program for naval architecture is carried out in cooperation with the University of Rostock in Germany, and its property is owned by positions in the shipbuilding industry, ship classification societies, R&D states and the Indian Navy. The Indian Ministry of Shipping approved the BTech course for the M.O.T. Diesatprüfung, and the Indian Navy has this department as a center for the higher education of its officers members. The course is also accredited by the Royal Institution of Naval Architects (RINA), UK, as well as the Head of the Technical Council (UK) for Relationships in Level 1 of the Chartered Engineer Section.

The department works with IITs, Manpower of India, Marine Science and Technology Laboratory (NSTL), Vizag

The students of the Society for Naval Architecture of the processing department of the technical magazine SHIPSTECHNIC.

International School of Photonics

The International School of Photonics (ISP) was founded in 1995. The research results correspond to the design and manufacturing designations of laser systems and laser components as well as investigations of nonlinear phenomena in various materials using photothermal, photoacoustic and various time and space-resolved studies on laser-induced plasmas design and testing of fiber optic findings, manufacturing and testing of polymer fibers, manufacturing and Investigation of photonic materials and studies of photonics theory, management of funding bodies such as DST, AICTE and UGC. The University Grants Commission developed the Cochin University of Science and Technology in March 2002 as a "University with potential for excellence in the field of lasers and optoelectronics". and had a grant of Rs. 5 crore that was used to establish a Laser and Optoelectronic Science Competence Center (CELOS). The center later merged with the International School of Photonics.

ISP works with a number of institutions, Relations Robert Gordon University, UK, Nanyang Technological University in Singapore and Tampere University of Technology, Finland. Various acts such as ISRO, SAMEER and NeST recruit students from the ISP through campus interviews.

The North Department offers postgraduate courses leading to the degrees MTech (optoelectronics and laser technology) and PhD.

Computer Instructions Department

The Computer Instructions Department (DCA) was established in 1994. She North a Masters Program in Computer Applications with Financial Management from UGC and the Department of Electronics, Government of India. The research areas lead information security, simulation and perception, cryptography and coding theory, language computation, rights, pattern formation, web mining, applications of graph theory, image processing, data mining, networking and software engineering. The North MSc Informatics department will also offer a specialization in soft computing from 2016. The aim is to protect the theoretical and practical foundations in soft computing. The curriculum, the introduction to the new, such as machine learning, information, language, AI, big data analytics, etc.

Institute for Computer Science

The Institute for Computer Science (DCS) has developed on the level of the program in information systems, but also research on high-speed computing, human-computer attitudes, information security, networked authorized processes, understandable language, software engineering and very important integration. The building of the university's computer center and the CUSAT intranet were warlike. It is called the perception of approximately Rs. 10.0 crores from half half agencies, the MHRD, the ISRO, the DRDO, the UGC, the AICTE, the DST and the Nuffic of the Royal Government of the Netherlands.

The North Department offers postgraduate courses leading to the degrees MTech (Computer & Information Science), MTech (Software Engineering) and MTech Various MTech (Computer Science with specialization in embedded systems) and PhD (Computer Science / Computer Technology or Information Science).

Research Laboratory Resources:

1. The human-computer interaction laboratory

2. The Embedded Systems Laboratory (ESL)

3. The Mobile Computing Laboratory (MCL)

4. The Software Engineering Laboratory (SEL)

Faculty of Engineering

Engineering School, Thrikkakara

The engineering school was founded in 1979 to provide a part-time MTech program in the major engineering disciplines (civil, mechanical, electrical and chemical engineering) for practicing engineers in and around Cochin. 1995 the school's BTech program was dedicated in civil engineering, mechanical engineering, electronics and communication technology, computer science and engineering and

In 1981 the school took over doctoral programs. By 2019, the school had produced 53 PhD students and over 250 rights as research student rights. External funding for research institutions is provided by Rights Agencies, DST Rights, the Central Water Commission, ISRO, AICTE, Coir Board, and the Kerala State Coir Corporation.

The BTech programs recognized by the school are accredited by the (NBA) under the Tier I system. The (NBA) is a guideline signatory to the Washington Accord, which sets standards for engineering courses in a number of countries.

Undergraduate BTech Courses (Inclusion of students in brackets)

Postgraduate MTech courses


  • Information Technology (18)
  • Computer Science and Engineering (18)
  • Civil engineering (geotechnical engineering) (18)
  • Mechanical engineering (heat engineering) (18)
  • Electronics and communication technology (radio technology) (18)


  • Civil Engineering (18)
  • Mechanical engineering (18)
  • Chemical Engineering (18)
  • Electrical engineering (18)

PhD programs are included in all of the above commands.

Kunjali Marakkar School of Marine Engineering

The Kunjali Marakkar School of Marine Engineering North offers a BTech program in marine engineering. This is a learning dorm program. Students wear Merchant Navy cadet uniform for class. Spiritual training is compulsory for the cadets.

Admission for BTech Marine Engineering tasks 80 per year. In 2014, a two-year marine engineering information MTech program (80 students) was added. The North School also offers short-term courses in an engine room simulator for students who are based on the General Directorate of Shipping.

Cochin University College of Engineering, Kuttanad

Becoming Cochin University The College of Engineering at Kuttanad was founded in 1999 and is owned by the Cochin University of Science and Technology. It is located on a 42 acre campus in Pulincunnoo, Kuttanad, approximately 75 km from the main campus in Thrikkakara. It is the only campus owned by CUSAT in the Ernakulam district. The BTech program is offered in:

Faculty of Environmental Studies

Faculty of Environmental Studies

The School of Environmental Studies, a university center for environmental protection and development, was founded in 1983. The school is run through grants from the Institute of Science and Technology and the University Scholarship Commission. It has also received research grants from agencies such as UNESCO, IFS Sweden, OPCW, Netherlands, DST Govt. of India, DBT, UGC, ICAR, Coir Board, STED Kerala and the Rockefeller Foundation

National Center for Aquatic Animal Health (NCAAH), which is the School of Environmental Studies, which is, is running a two year MTech program run by the Institute of Biotechnology of the Government of India as part of the framework that aims to develop human resources in biotechnology belongs.

The MSc in Environmental Technology is offered with specialization in two disciplines:

Stream I: environmental technology

Stream 2: Environmental Biotechnology.

There are doctoral programs offered in the resources: environmental biology, environmental chemistry, environmental photocatalysis and sonophotocatalysis, environmental microbiology, environmental management, environmental toxicology, environmental biotechnology, environmental engineering and remote sensing.

The school runs UGC-given refresher courses for college and university teachers and Northern Advisory Services in the labor <. die="" schule="" nahm="" eine="" der="" umweltverträglichkeitsprüfung="" für="" das="" u-bahn-projekt="" der="" stadt="" kochi="" teil.="">

Faculty of Humanities

Institute for Hindi

Established in 1963, the Hindi Institute is one of the university's faculties. It was originally part of Kerala University but moved to the University of Cochin in 1971. It is one of the most prestigious departments of the Indian University dedicated to the teaching and research of the Hindi language and literature. It is the only department in South India with the Department of Research, Department of Research (DRS) and Department of Special Rights (DSA) in Hindi that is managed by UGC.

The department's research includes ancient and modern poetry, fiction, theater and theater studies, criticism, grammar, linguistics, comparative studies of languages ​​and literature, folk literature, translation, and computer gesture language teaching.

Study and research programs:

  • M.A. Hindi language and literature
  • M.Phil P.G. Diploma in translational and functional Hindi
  • PhD
  • Short-term course in computer-aided education and teaching in Hindi

Department of English and Foreign Languages

Department of English and Foreign Languages ​​was established in 1976 as the Department of Foreign Language Interests. The department's focus is on teaching languages ​​such as English, French, German, Italian, Japanese and Russian. In 2012, the department became the department for English and Foreign Languages ​​to emphasize the special importance of teaching English.

Faculty of Law

Faculty of Law

The Law School was founded in 1962 as the Post Graduate Legal Department of the University of Kerala. The department's first chair was the disturbing Dr. AT Markose, a political juror, the founding director of the Indian Legal Institute and the judge of the International Administrative Court.

The school maintains an intellectual property rights repository with the help of the Ministry of Human Resources Development (MHRD). The World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), a sub-agency of Religious Nations, donated its relationships and this archive. The MHRD has a Chair in Possession Studies.

A working chairman on behalf of Justice Justice V.R. Krishna Iyer was directed to the school to promote interdisciplinary research on rights.

The North School a 3-manager LL.B. Program, a 5-correct B.B.A, LL.B. (Hons) program and a B.Com LL.B (Hons.) Program.

Inter-university center for studies on property rights

The 2003 School of Legal Studies of the Cochin University of Science and Technology is owned at the Center for IPR Studies in an Inter-University Center in Law 2009 to promote multidisciplinary teaching and research in the field of rights of the right. This is an autonomous center at CUSAT that was created by the government of Kerala and is intended as a research center and resource center to facilitate the interaction between government authorities in Kerala and the administration. This is one of the inter-university relationships established by the Ministry of Education of the Kerala Government officials and officers.

The Center for IPR Studies was established with Dr. K.N. Chandrasekharan Pillai, Dean of the Law Faculty as Director and Dr. N.S. Gopalakrishnan as coordinator. The center is also run by the Indian Ministry of Personnel Development, which had a Chair in Intellectual Property Rights in CUSAT as early as 2003. The Indian government also has its personal rights to a repository for rights and intellectual property materials. Meaningful center about one of the best collections of rights of the right holder from different parts of the world.

It's the best you do, what you want, what you want, what you want, what you want, what you want, what, what, what, what, what, what, what, what, what, what what, what, what, what, what, what, what, what, what, what, what, what, what, what, what, what, what, what. It is also done to form a group of scientists in this field to include training for those in need.

The center has carried out several research projects and studies to assist various departments of the Government of India in formulating intellectual property policy and law. In addition, the center supports various departments with research support in changing the existing laws. Research support is also expanding in various international negotiations on IP laws.

The center offers a multidisciplinary doctoral program with scholarships in IPR-related areas to encourage researchers from different disciplines such as law, economics, political science, history, science and technology, etc. to do political research. There are several researchers working in different fields. The availability of primary research material in the depot enables researchers to bring out mimeographs on key intellectual property rights issues. The center also offers courses on intellectual property rights for the school's LL.M. program in collaboration with the School of Legal Studies.

The center is also involved in many seminars and awareness programs for scientists and PhD students in the natural sciences. Members of the center are regularly involved in lectures on intellectual property rights in seminars, refresher courses, etc., organized for science teachers and scholars inside and outside the university. As part of its expansion activities, the center will in future offer short-term courses for doctoral students in the natural sciences and middle-level officials in the administration of justice. The center also provides limited free service for those in need to acquire various intellectual property rights by filing patents, copyrights, trademarks, design, etc. The center will eventually have an intellectual property rights facilitation cell to carry out this work on a regular basis.

The IUCIPRS is administered by a Governing Council chaired by the Hon'ble Minister for Education and Culture of the Government of Kerala. There is an Executive Committee chaired by the Vice Chancellor of CUSAT and a Faculty Committee that manages the administrative and academic activities of the center. Dr. M. Bhasi is the director of the center.

Courses offered

1. LLM (IPR) PhD Integrated (5 years)

2. LLM (IP) PhD Integrated (5 years)

3. LLM (IPR, 1 year)

Faculty of Marine Sciences

Industrial Fishing School

The Industrial Fisheries Department was founded in 1976 and expanded into a school in 1995 to recognize their own and consciously. It has five departments:

  • Aquaculture and catch fishing
  • Fishing technique
  • Fish processing technology
  • Fishing economy
  • Fisheries management.

The school has research partnerships with over 32 countries in border areas of fisheries science such as aquaculture, catch fisheries, crop and post-harvest technology, and marine biodiversity. The perception of the research was influenced by the European Commission, Nuffic, Indian Political Cooperation, Indo-State Funding Aid and the Ministry of Geosciences. DOD, KSCSTE, ICAR-FRMS, ADAK, DOD-OSTC, NATICAR, the World Bank and UNCTAD, among others.

Institute for Atmospheric Sciences

Fortverwes Center for Atmospheric Radar Research at CUSAT

The Institute for Atmospheric Sciences is a competence center for teaching and research in the field of meteorology / atmospheric sciences. It is located on the Lakeside Campus of the Cochin University of Science and Technology.

The division was recognized by the Scientific and Industrial Research Council (CSIR) as one of the Centers of Excellence for the New Millennium of the Indian Government's Technology Leadership Initiative (NMITLI) on mesoscale development for monsoon forecasting, along with other powers such as the Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi; the Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology, Pune; the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore; the Tata Institute for Basic Research, Mumbai; C-MMACS, Bangalore and the National Aerospace Laboratories, Bangalore.

The North Department offers postgraduate courses leading to the MSc (Meteorology) and MTech (Atmospheric Science) degrees.

Chemical Oceanography Department

The Department of Chemical Oceanography deals with teaching and research on the chemistry of aquatic systems. This is a core discipline for research in the various disciplines of marine science.

Department of Marine Biology, Microbiology and Biochemistry

The Department of Marine Biology, Microbiology, and Biochemistry is one of the distinct marine biology rights in the country. It was put up in 1938 and immediately launched a research program. More than 100 doctoral students have left the department.

The North Department offers postgraduate courses leading to the MSc (marine biology) and M. Phil. (Biosciences) degrees.

Department researchers named a new art after the university, Victoriopisa cusatensis.

Department of Marine Geology and Geophysics

The Department of Marine Geology and Geophysics was one of the first departments in the country to recognize the importance of geology and geophysics in environmental and development issues. The postgraduate program in marine geology began in 1976.

The North Department offers postgraduate courses leading to the MSc (Marine Geophysics).

Department of Physical Oceanography

The Department of Physical Oceanography is a result of the Department of Marine Biology and Oceanography at the University of Kerala. 1965 began a postgraduate course in oceanography, which later belong to the Department of Physical Oceanography and Meteorology (POMD) of the University of Cochin. In 1996 the Department of Physical Oceanography was established.

The North Department offers postgraduate courses leading to the MSc (oceanography) and MTech (marine technology) degrees.

Faculty of Medical Sciences and Technology

Department of Biotechnology

The Department of Biotechnology deals with research in microbiology, molecular neurobiology and cell biology, medical biochemistry, genetics engineering and plant biotechnology.

The North Department offers postgraduate courses leading to MSc (Biotechnology) and PhD

Faculty of Social Sciences

Applied Economics Department

Direction The Department of Applied Economics must focus on the economics of technology, econometrics and operations research. The city of Kochi has an industrial belt and a coastal area that conducts fisheries. Industry and fishing have created rights to pollute the region. Therefore, the department must deal with the technological problems of industry and the fisheries sector, as well as for environmental economics.

The North Department offers postgraduate courses leading to a degree in Applied Economics, as well as M.Phil and PhD programs.

School of Management Studies

The School of Management Studies (SMS) is one of the older holdings of the university and the war of the first five management schools to survive in the country. It was opened in October 1964 as part of Kerala University under the direction of Professor Emeritus Mendet. V. Pylee and sees himself on the premises of Fertilizers and Chemicals Travancore Ltd. It became part of the University of Cochin in 1971, which later became the Cochin University of Science and Technology. The school belongs to four persons of the teachers: teaching, training, research and advice.

SMS offers postgraduate courses with the following degrees: MBA, M. Phil (Commerce) and PhD


Center for Science in Society

The Center for Science in Society (C-SIS) was established in 1991 with partial financial support from Cochin Refineries Limited. The center aims to make science and technology more accessible to children. The government of Kerala has approved C-SIS as a science teacher training center under the "Sastraposini" program.

C-SIS Science and Technology Park includes a space pavilion donated by the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) that contains models of their space rockets and the Chandrayaan lunar probe, as well as videos of rocket launches from Sriharikota. Students can see demonstrations of trajectory monitoring and error correction during satellite launch. The park also includes an electronics exhibit from the United States' IEEE Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers, 'E –Scientia'.

Demanding test and instrumentation center

The Sophisticated Test and Instrumentation Center (STIC) is a joint venture of the Kerala State Council for Science, Technology and Environment (KSCSTE). and Cochin University of Science and Technology (CUSAT). The aim is to provide users in industry, academic institutions and R&D institutions with advanced instrumentation for analytical tests, measurements and calibrations. Development of novel tools in areas relevant to government industry; and provide training on the operation of these instruments for industry and academic institutions.

National Center for Aquatic Animal Health

The National Center for Aquatic Animal Health (NCAAH) was previously the center for diagnosis and management of fish diseases. It is located on the University's Lakeside Campus. The center was established in 2000 to help water farmers protect the health of growing stocks. It includes research laboratories for bacteriology, virology, animal tissue culture, immunology, genomics, proteomics, fermentation and bioassays. The center offers an MTech program in marine biotechnology sponsored by the Government of India's Department of Biotechnology.

Center for the Study of Social Exclusion and Inclusive Politics

The Center for the Study of Social Exclusion and Inclusive Politics (CSSEIP) was founded in 2009. It deals with social exclusion with an emphasis on exclusion from digital exclusion, housing and basic equipment, socio-cultural and structural determinants of exclusion, spatial exclusion and demographic dimensions of exclusion.

Inter-university center for IPR studies

Inter-University Center for IPR Studies (IUCIPRS) is an autonomous institution established by the Department of Higher Education of the Government of Kerala at the Cochin University of Science and Technology. It was founded in 2003 to promote multidisciplinary teaching and research in the field of intellectual property rights.

The IUCIPRS Governing Council consists of 12 members with the Minister of Education and Culture, the Government of Kerala as Chairman and the Vice Chancellor of CUSAT as Deputy Chairman.

International Center for Economic Policy and Analysis

The International Center for Economic Policy and Analysis (ICEPA) emerged from international collaborations under the direction of the Department of Applied Economics in the 1990s and 2000s. ICEPA was founded in 2004 to focus on analyzing economic problems and developing guidelines for policy making. The center works with national and international NGOs as well as with industries and governments.

The center has carried out studies related to the World Bank, the European Union, the Royal Netherlands Embassy, ​​the Development Research Institute of the Netherlands and the Tilburg University, the Ministries of Agriculture and Plantation (Government of India) and the Kerala Shipping and Inland Navigation Corporation Ltd .

See also

Notable alumni



Coordinates: 10 ° 02'42 "N 76 ° 19'34" E / 10.045 ° N 76.326 ° E / 10.045; 76,326