Admission 2016

Admission Open for M.Tech and  B.E. for the session (2016-2017).

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Homely Atmosphere, Excellent Mess Facility, Transport facilities for local conveyance, Store facility to meet student’s daily needs.


As a student at Christian College you’ll be joining a community of like-minded people who want to excel.



Christian College of Engineering and Technology was established in 1998, CCET provides opportunity to talented, motivated students from all walks of life to acquire the skills and knowledge they need to succeed in highly competitive engineering professions. CCET is guided by its vision of providing quality technical education.

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A two days training program on MS Office Package for school students was organized at Christian College of Engineering & Technology, Bhilai on 28th& 29th January 2016. The program was organized by the Research & Development Cell on the occasion of National Science Day Celebration and was sponsored by Chhattisgarh council of science & technology and NCSTC, Department of Science & Technology, GOI. 130 students of class 11th and 12th from nearby 5 government and private schools participated in the program along with their teacher incharges.

This training program was aimed at providing a comprehensive hands on training on MS Word, MS Excel, and MS PowerPoint . Besides providing training on the use of these tools, practice exercises were given, so as to equip the students to use these tools independently. Handouts containing different instructions and usage tips were also provided to each student.

At the outset, Dr. Dipali Soren, Principal CCET gave a brief introduction about the college and the importance of organizing such training to school students. Dr. Sudarshan Nandy, HOD CSE provided an insight about the MS Office package, after which the students were taught in detail about the usage of the package by the faculty members of CSE department, Mr. Ashish Mishal, Mr. Kaushlendra Sharma and Mr. Revati Raman Dewangan.

The entire program was successfully coordinated by Dr. Sandhya Pillai, Coordinator R & D Cell, Mr. Morrish Kumar, Asst. Prof.,Dept. of Mechanical Engineering , Mrs. Shailaja Singh, Asst. Prof. ,Dept. of Computer Science Engineering and Mr. Jude Hamilton, Asst. Prof.,Dept. of Mechanical Engineering.

To develop the socio-economic conditions of the community a disease free healthy generation is very much essential. Keeping this aspect in mind Women’s Grievance & Redressal Cell and NSS unit of Christian College of Engineering & Technology, Bhilai (CCET), jointly felt the urge of educating the underprivileged and less aware people about Health rights and services through experts. CCET, Bhilai cordially invited a team of five doctors along with nine supporting staff from C M Medical College & Hospital.

The health camp started with Orientation Session held in the auditorium of the Christian College of Engineering & Technology, Bhilai at 10:00 am on 21th Jan’2016. Around 1500 members including CCET family and people residing nearby college attended the camp. The primary objective of this health awareness program was to “Keep people disease free”. The diseases like diarrhea, malaria, dengue, hookworm, diabetics, high blood pressure etc get spread due to irregular lifestyle and lack of knowledge. Medicines were provided to all the members who were found to be in need of them. There were some patients who were found to go for detailed checkups and treatment are called to C M Medical College & Hospital through free treatment card. The camp helped them to know about their medical status and how to adopt a healthy lifestyle to prevent diseases.

Personal hygiene, Awareness on health injurious addiction, Household water treatment and safe storage for drinking and daily other activities, Basic household waste management, Using antidote for domestic animals/birds, Cleaning the surroundings of residence and using insects (mosquito/fly) pesticide, Children’s health, Mother’s health and Several health related symptoms for immediate consultation with doctors and Various diseases were discussed by Dr Maan Singh and initiatives were suggested to be taken among the groups during the health awareness lecture session. While addressing to the students of CCET Bhilai, Child-to-child and child-to-community strategies are discussed to be adopted to spread vital health message as children are the best messenger to carry the message to their parents, family and other community members.

Rev Fr Jose K Varghese, Executive Vice Chairman and Dr Dipali Soren, the Director CCET conveyed their warm greetings to all participants to get aware about health. Rev Fr Varghese, Executive Vice Chairman congratulated Mrs. Sudha Singh (Head of Women’s Grievance & Redressal Cell (CCET) & HOD Library) and MR. Anil Choubey (Head NSS unit) Coordinators of the free health camp, for their sincere effort. Rev Fr Varghese and Dr Dipali Soren conveyed their sincere thanks to C M Medical College & Hospital for their noble cause.

Christian College of Engineering and Technology, Bhilai has been the center of excellence in technical education and overall development of young minds since 1998. In line to this pledge, an Interschool football Tournament and Interschool Kho-Kho Tournament was organized at the college campus from 17 November 2015 to 21 November, 2015. These tournaments were in sequence with Science Exhibition and Interschool Model Competition organized at the CCET campus on 03 November, 2015.

The closing ceremony of these Interschool Sports Tournaments was attended by H G Bishop Dr Joseph Mar Dionysius, Chairman, CCET, the EVC, Fr Jose K Varghese, Fr Aju K Varghese, the Bursar, CCET, Dr Dipali Soren, Principal, CCET, Bhilai, HODs of Various dept., senior faculties, lab assistants and various staffs. In his welcome speech Mr Benjamin M C, Sports Officer, CCET gave the brief report of the sports events and congratulated the winners. He said that the Interschool Sports Tournaments were received with great zeal and ardor by schools students. He told that teams of 38 schools competed to gain the top spots in Football and Kho-Kho. The Chairman of CCET, Bhilai, H G Bishop Dr Joseph Mar Dionysius blessed the gathering with his benevolent words and congratulated all the participants particularly the winners of both the events. He said that sports leads to development of positive spirit in one’s body, this is quintessential for spiritual growth of mind. He motivated the gathering to learn the value of team work as it leads to coexistence and cooperative development of society. The vote of thanks was given by Mr Amit Sarda, Assistant Professor, Mechanical Dept.

The Interschool Sports events saw breathtaking performances in each level and although the competition was neck to neck, only one team emerged the winner. The Interschool Football Tournament was won by Delhi Public School, Bhilai and the runner up position was bagged by DPS, Durg. The KHO-KHO Tournament for Girls student was won by Maitri Vidya Niketan, Risali and the second position was held by Tularam Arya Kanya Vidhyalaya, Durg. The Interschool KHO-KHO Tournament for boys was won by Saraswati Shishu Mandir, Kailash Nagar and the second prize was awarded to Mansarovar Higher Secondary Schoool, Charoda. The winners and runner ups were awarded with Trophy and cash prizes. The EVC, CCET, Fr Jose K Varghese, Dr Dipali Soren, the Principal, CCET and the Bursar, Fr Aju K Varghese congratulated the winners and extended their warm wishes to the participants from various schools. They congratulated Mr Benjamin M C, Sports Officer, Mr Amit Sarda, Assistant Professor, Mech Dept., Mrs Dolly Reney, Assistant Professor, ET&T Dept. and Mr Prashant Shrivastava, Assistant Professor, ET&T Dept and supporting staff for successful organization of these tournaments.


Christian College of Engineering and Technology, Bhilai in association with Chhattisgarh Council of Science and Technology, Raipur has organized a one day science exhibition on 03 November, 2015. This Science exhibition held in the CCET, Bhilai campus was intended to implement, invigorate and rekindle the bonfire of Science in young hearts of school students. More than 2000 students from over 80 schools in and around Durg district visited the college and gained technical know how and in-depth knowledge of state of art projects as well as live experiments.

The Science Exhibition was inaugurated by the Chief Guest of the event Prof M M Hambarde, Director, CGCOST, Raipur. The program started with lighting of lamp by H G Bishop Joseph Mar Dionysius, Chairman, CCET, Bhilai in the presence of the Chief Guest Prof M M Hambarde, Special Guest Dr Akhilesh Tripathi, Agricultural Scientist, CGCOST, Raipur, Fr Gee Varghese Ramban, Vice-President, St. Thomas Mission, Fr Jose K Varghese, EVC, CCET, Fr Aju K Varghese, Bursar, CCET, Fr Anil Mathew from Bhopal Diocese, the Principal of CCET, Dr Dipali Soren, the Convener Dr R Chandrasekaran, HOD’s of various engineering departments, senior faculty members, staff and students. The Principal Dr Dipali Soren in her welcome speech conveyed her gratitude to CGCOST, Raipur for their constant support and invited the entire gathering to the Science Exhibition. She urged the gathering to solve our socio economic problem using science and technology as a tool. She said that this Science Exhibition is organized to share thoughts and ideas for improvement of our livelihoods.

In his presidential address H G Bishop Dr Joseph Mar Dionysius expressed his overwhelming joy to see such a productive endeavor. He expressed his solemn gratitude to the founder of St Thomas Mission, Late Lamented H G Bishop Dr Stephanos Mar Theodosius, whose relentless efforts have bear fruit in the form of these programs. He also remembered the great Dr A P J Abdul Kalam, who is the embodiment of Science. He said that the lives of such immense personalities are a source of inspiration for every Indian. He shed some light on positive aspects of science like scientific innovation and creation of scientific temper in young minds. He expressed his hearty congratulations to the gathering and also thanked the CGCOST, Raipur specially Prof M M Hambarde and Dr Akhilesh Tripathi for their continuous support in this noble undertaking.

The Chief Guest of this program Prof M M Hambarde, Director-General, CGCOST, Raipur commended the efforts of CCET, Bhilai in the field of technical knowledge via such endeavors. He asked the gathering to absorb science in their hearts. He emphasized the role and responsibility of the youth to check environmental exploitation. He urged the gathering to develop modern technology for sustained rural welfare and by extension national growth. He said that such technologies must be adaptable, acceptable as well as affordable without any negative effects on our socio- economic structure. The vote of thanks was proposed by the convener of this exhibition Dr R Chandrasekaran, HOD, Mechanical Engineering Dept. The anchor of the inaugural program was Mrs Dhanya Vineesh, Asst, Professor, ET & T Engineering Dept.

In the Science Exhibition more than 200 projects were shown to the school students. They displayed the same zeal in learning the application of unconventional energy sources in Robotics and automation as they would for any state of art electrical as well as electronics gadgets. They were eager to learn the nuances of modern & cyber security as well as state of art devices or live experiments. The thirst of their indomitable and inquisitive mind was quenched in this Science Exhibition. They discovered various methods of utilization of unconventional energy through the “Raman Bhramanshil Vigyan Pradarshni”, exhibited by CGCOST, Raipur in the presence of Prof M M Hambarde, Dr Akhilesh Tripathi (In charge of Mobile Exhibition) together with various faculties of CCET, Bhilai. An Interschool Model and Project Competition was also organized in the CCET, Bhilai campus. The EVC, Fr Jose K Varghese and the Principal, Dr Dipali Soren conveyed their well wishes to the visiting students and expressed their overwhelming elation for successful completion of such this grand event. CCET, Bhilai for fulfillment of its undertaking to insure overall development of students has also organized Interschool Football & KHO-KHO Tournament on 17 to 20 Nov, 2015 as well as Essay & Slogan Competition on 06 to 15 December, 2015. Career Counseling by prominent personalities will be held in January, 2016 and Pre PET Test Series will be organized in April, 2016.


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At Christian College we aim to reinvent India as a centre of excellence and path-breaking research across the fields
of research by offering an education that combines the best of Western ideas and innovation with Eastern values and wisdom


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What our students say about us!

Ajay Yadav

I feel proud to be a student of CCET, which is one of the oldest and reputed engineering colleges, in Chhattisgarh. Eco-friendly campus, lush green surroundings and communication with nature is the guiding theme of our college. All laboratories are very well equipped with efficiently experienced instructors. Mechanical workshop is the specialty of our college, which consists of large varieties of machines & equipments, which help us to learn different aspects of mechanical engineering. The college as whole has very good infrastructure and expert faculties and an efficient placement cell.

At last i can say, the punch line of the college i.e. “If you aim high, we provide the means” is fully worth.

Ajay YadavFinal Year - Mechanical Engineering
Sneha Mishra

CCET has given me many beautiful experiences that I will cherish through out my lifetime. CCET creates a friendly and supportive environment that encourages hard work and academic achievement. All the College staff are very approachable and helpful. They have always treated me with great care and support. Above all the faculty team is one of the best in C.G state .The Training & Placement Cell of the College has always guided and helped me in my search for a good career. The facilities from the library are excellent.

I am blessed to be a part of this Institution.

Sneha MishraFinal Year- Computer Science & Engineering