Engineering Education
Driven by Innovation in Trichy

According to the India Skills Report 2016, it is estimated that only 2.3% of the workforce in India has undergone formal skill training as compared to 68% in the UK, 75% in Germany, 52% in USA, 80% in Japan and 96% in South Korea. Large sections of the educated workforce have little or no job skills, making them largely unemployable. There is a great need for skilling the present young population. Dr. M.A. Maluk Mohamed, Chairman and Director & Mrs. Fathima Bathool Maluk, Secretary and CEO launched the MASTeR Skill Development Institute in July 2016. The purpose of the institute is to successfully bridge the gap between the industry and academia by skilling.

MoUs have been signed with leading organizations, like PALS (PAN IIT Leadership Series), CEEYES Metal Reclamations, GB, eQuadriga, Dalmia Cements Bharat Ltd., R.K. Dewan & Co., Contura Solar, FACEAT, Apex Hi Tech Institute, Bangalore, Irrigation Management Training Institute with the focus of making the students industry ready through plugin courses, internships, part time jobs, special expert lectures and industrial visits. Training programs are organised in association with Siemens, Indian Welding Society, GK Industries Pvt. Ltd, ANSYS and NIE Labview.

The initiative of the new institute had yielded in MAMCET being recognized as one of the training partner of National Institute of Electronics & Information Technology to offer five skill development courses in Electronics System Design Manufacturing Scheme of the Government of India. In addition AICTE has approved MAMCET for conducting two skill development courses under the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India’s, Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana Scheme.


To be recognized as one of India’s leading skill development organization in bridging the industry skills gap.


To offer skill development courses by creating long-term partnerships, harnessing opportunities, creating job opportunities and investing in our young people and community at large.

The Scheme aims at enhancing the skilling capacities in ESDM sector through public and private sector for students/unemployed youth belonging to other disciplines by:

Utilizing the existing human resource who are undergoing studies in schools (IX standard onwards)/ITIs/Polytechnics/UG Colleges (non-engineering) and the school drop outs/unemployed youth by providing them with additional skills that are recognized by industry for employment in ESDM sector.

The scheme is proposed to target the following beneficiaries:
Students studying at

  • IX/X standards onwards
  • ITIs
  • Polytechnics
  • Under Graduate (Non-Engineering)

Unemployed youth (indicative list)

  • School dropouts from 8th Pass onwards
  • ITI Certificate Holders
  • Diploma holders
  • Graduates (non-engineering)
  • Registrants in Employment Exchanges
  • Unemployed resources in the Non-formal Sector

The objective of this Skill Certification Scheme is to enable a large number of Indian youth to take up industry-relevant skill training that will help them in securing a better livelihood

The scheme is proposed to target the following beneficiaries:
school/college dropouts or unemployed.

Apart from providing training according to the National Skills Qualification Framework (NSQF), we shall also impart training in Soft Skills, Entrepreneurship, Financial and Digital Literacy. Duration of the training varies per job role, ranging between 150 and 300 hours. Upon successful completion of their assessment, candidates shall be provided placement assistance by us. Trainings imparted under the Short Term Training component of the Scheme shall be NSQF Level 5 and below.

Courses Offered with NSDC
Electronics - Sector Skill Council: Solar Panel Installation Technician Construction - Sector Skill Council: Shuttering Carpenter – System

Thiruchirappalli Engineering and Technology Cluster, (Treat), Trichy.
November 16, 2015
Mr. K.G. Muralidharan
Managing Director
Irrigation Management Training Institute
June 22, 2016
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R.K. Dewan & Co, Chennai.
July 16, 2016
10 years
Mr. A.K. Balaji
Advocate & IP Attorney
CEEYES Engineering Industries, Trichy
July 27, 2016
5 years
Mr. S Ananthakrishnan
PALS (PAN IIT Leadership Series)
July 30, 2016
Renewed every year
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GB Engineering Enterprises, Trichy.
August 17, 2016
5 years
Mr. P. Kanagaraj
Infosys Campus Connect
August 30, 2016
5 years
Mr. Satheesa B. Nanjappa
Associate Vice President & Head
Dalmia Cements Bharat Ltd
November 10, 2016
5 years
Mr. R. A. Krishnakumar
Executive Director
August 2, 2017
1 year
Er. R. Vijaya Banu
Student Chapter Chairman
Apex Hi Tech Institute, Bangalore
August 16, 2017
1 year
Mr. Leo Ananth J
eQuadriga Software Pvt. Ltd.
August 25, 2017
5 years
Mr. B.Ashfaq Ahmed
Managing Director
Contura Solar Pvt. Ltd.
September 7, 2017
5 years
Mr. Arun Rebero
Co-founder and Director
Binary University, Malaysia
November 10, 2017
5 years
HE ( Sir) Dato Professor Joseph Adaikalam
Executive Chairman
Velmurugan Heavy Engineering Industries Pvt. Ltd.
February 23, 2018
5 years
Mr. Sampath S
Managing Director
Newdream Data Systems Pvt. Ltd.
March 23, 2018
5 years
Mr. Baskaran S
Managing Director

Creating High quality Research Groups and maturing them to a self-sustainable entity is one of the ambitions of the project.

The salient points of the activates surrounding the research groups are given below. Every research group will work in a specific domain.


1. To equip faculty members and students with the industry-driven artificial intelligence and deep-learning tools.
2. To train and guide faculty members of associate institutes to do cutting-edge research in the areas related to the artificial intelligence and deep-learning.
3. To actively engage students and industries to have better collaboration for the benefit of the society via student projects.


1. To work in a systematic manner with defined goals and targets for fulfilling the vision.
2.To engage and collaborate with peer institutions for active research network; To generate funds with quality proposals.
3. To enroll, train and develop quality workforce; To establish the synergistic relationship with leaders of industry, academia, and government.


1. To make cutting edge skills and supercomputing infrastructure available to the wider community of academicians and researchers through a thoughtfully created network of approximately 10 collaborators and 100 lead institutions across India.
2. To initiate, sustain and nourish research groups in Artificial Intelligence. Based on the additional resource commitments by respective institutions, some of them can grow as a good research center.
3. To motivate the learner community for exploiting the potential of start-ups and innovations in this area and connecting them with the real-life problems of industry.

4. Overall it will enhance the content, quality, capacity and collaboration of Indian Engineering education ecosystem.

Our Team

Dr. M. A. Maluk Mohamed
Head of the Research Group
Dr. S. Rajasekaran
Member 1
Prof. G. Haridoss
Member 2
Prof. Syed Moinuddin Bokhari
Member 3
Prof. J. Arunpandian
Member 4
Dr. B. Annette

Team Details

Project Details

Domain Area 1: Healthcare

Application Area 1: Drug Dosage Management

Project 1: Immunosuppressants Dosage Management for organ transplant patients App

Immunosuppressive drugs inhibit or prevent activity of the immune system. During the treatment with immunosuppressant drugs, patient will have regular blood tests. These tests help the doctor monitor how effective the drugs are, If dosage changes are needed and whether they cause side effects for patient. If patient have an autoimmune disease, doctor may adjust the dosage based on how patient condition responds to the medication. In this project, we proposed automated immunosuppressant drugs dosage management system using deep learning techniques.

Domain Area 2: Agriculture

Application Area 2: Disease and pest detection and Diagnosis

Project 2: Plants Disease and pest Diagnostic suggestion system for Rice (Paddy) App

Farmers can simply take a crop image on their phones and a suitable prescription is provided accordingly by the app using deep learning techniques. Based on the frequently asked questions at the Kisan Call Centre, we narrow down the common problems that bother the paddy farmers to 489 and provide detailed answers

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