About SREE BUDDHA COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING FOR WOMEN
The College is affiliated to the Mahatma Gandhi University and the courses are approved by the All India Council for Technical Education. The College is exclusively for women and is managed by Sree Buddha Foundation, Kollam. This technical institution is developed by blending the concepts of Lord Buddha: Kindness, Humanism and Equality - with the modern trends in the field of technology.
It is an arcadia for students, a place where women are educated, celebrated and developed into global professionals for twenty first century. Our intention is to help young women discover their purpose, embrace their dreams and possibilities, and move forward, with distinction, into the ever-changing world.
The mission of Sree Buddha College of Engineering for Women is to enhance the opportunity for affordable, top class engineering education of women in the country, and thereby empowering them to attain their rightful place in Society.
The vision of Sree Buddha College of Engineering for Women (SBCEW) is to be an international institute for women, having state of the art facilities for Professional Education.
The Central Library and knowledge centre is one of the most important academic facilities provided to the students, faculty and non-teaching staff. The library includes a good number of books in the field of engineering and allied subjects and it also has an impressive collection of leading national and international periodicals including the e- journals. Library has a sufficiently large reading hall which can accommodate 200 students at a time. The centre aims to facilitate acquisition and dissemination of information and knowledge in all areas of engineering education among the academic community. The library subscribes important national dailies and weeklies in addition to 33 National and 18 International journals including IEEE, J-Gate, Access Eng Library, AFCE, Spectrum, Springer, ASTM Digital Library etc. It has a separate collection of prescribed textbooks for the exclusive use of students. All the library activities are computerized. Each student can borrow three books from the Library subject to the Library rules. The library also provides reprographic facilities like photocopying. The library is open from 8 am to 6 pm.
The Hostel is situated inside the campus in a well-secured environment. The proximity of the hostel with the library enhances the opportunity of the hostel residents for Library usage. The planned capacity of the hostel is 250 beds. All the rooms have vitrified tile flooring. The kitchen is very modern and the cooks are all experienced. The residents are looked after by a full-time Deputy Warden. Every effort is taken to make life in the hostel as homely as possible. However, use of mobile phones is prohibited in the campus, including the hostel. Instead, residents may use the coin box provided inside the hostel.
The Language Lab of SBCEW is well equipped with 35-40 systems for the convenient working of every student. The structured software installed is self-explanatory with lots of work exercises .In addition to the books and oral work in class, the Language Lab works with the sole vision to equip the students with better linguistic skills, brush up their vocabulary , pronunciation and so also to ensure better interaction with people in today's competitive world.
The Lab works under the leadership of Ms.Ganga Nair Lecturer in Communicative English along with the System Analyst, Mr.Vishnu Praseed.G and other staff whose committed working and necessary guidance helps the smooth working.
Training & Placement Cell
The Training & Placement Cell interacts frequently with students and helps them realize their skill areas. The TPC implements custom made training programmes in soft skill and personality development. Special coaching in communicative English is given to students and the cell also arranges mock interviews and group discussions. The TPC plays the key role in counseling and guiding the students for their successful career placements.