MSM College In Kerala - College Courses, Placements

MSM College

ollege, Alappuzha, Kerala   |   ESTD : 1964   |   Approved By: NAAC   |   Type: Private
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About College

MSM College was founded in 1964 by the visionary legend Al Haj P.K Kunjusahib who was the former Finance Minister of Kerala State. MSM College is a minority Community institution that is managed by the MSM Trust and is committed to serve and enlighten by imparting education to the deserving minorities and the economically backwards classes. Milad-E- Sherief Memorial College was founded with a vision of playing the key role in catering the socially backwards through enlightenment. In consonance with the vision of the founder, this shrine of letters looks forward to the heydays of a classless society. The programmes launched by the institution as part of this mission focus on Academic excellence of Global dimension, value based personality development and training for leadership, and soft skill development. The college has produced many professionals for the industry and is one of the leading colleges in the region.

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Al Haj P.A.Hilal Babu


University of Kerala

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How to Reach

3 Kms away from Kayamkulam railway station

Why to Join MSM College?

Expert Faculty- The institute offers a team of highly educated faculty who have great expertise and experience in the field.

Multiple Scholarships- The College offers various scholarships proposed by the Directorate of Collegiate Education and Central Government schemes like Post Metric Scholarship and Central Sector Scholarship.

Corporate Trainings- The college has tie ups with top corporate firm that provide trainings and organize workshops for the students.

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