KCG College of Technology

KCG College of Technology was founded in 1998 to fulfil the Founder-Chairman, Dr KCG Verghese’s vision of “Making Every Man a Success and no Man a Failure”. It is a Christian minority institution, affiliated to Anna University, Chennai and approved by AICTE, New Delhi.


KCG College of Technology aspires to become a globally recognized centre of excellence for science, technology & engineering education, committed to quality teaching, learning and research while ensuring for every student a unique educational experience which will promote leadership, job creation, social commitment and service to nation building.


  • Disseminate knowledge in a rigorous and intellectually stimulating environment.
  • Facilitate socially responsive research, innovation and entrepreneurship.
  • Foster holistic development and professional competency.
  • Nurture the virtue of service and an ethical value system in the young minds.


KCG College of Technology, formerly known as National Institute of Technology and Science is approved by the AICTE, AICTE Government of India, New Delhi, vide Lr. No.730-52-307 (E)/ET/97 dated 19-12-1997 and Govt. of Tamil Nadu, vide Lr. No.G.O.Ms.No.109 dated 23-03-1998. The College has been certified as an ISO 9001:2008 Institution. Computer Science and Engineering, Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Electronics and Communication Engineering, Information Technology, Mechanical Engineering Courses of this College have been accredited by the National Board of Accreditation (NBA).


The KCG College of Technology offers 8 Under Graduate Programmes and 6 Post Graduate Programmes.KCG College of Technology is approved by AICTE and affiliated to Anna University, Chennai. Five of the departments are approved as Research Centres by Anna University to offer M.S (by Research) and Ph.D. Programmes. Four Departments have been accorded permanent affiliation by Anna University.


The campus of KCG College of Technology is beautifully landscaped in a lush green stretch of land spread over 50 acres at Karapakkam , which is about 10 km from Adyar on the Old Mahabalipuram Road, the IT corridor of Chennai. The college operates a fleet of buses connecting all parts of the city for the convenience of the students and staff. Besides this, the college is well connected to different parts of the city by public transport buses.