A College of Excellence

Ilahia trust made a leap forward in the educational field by pioneering one of the first self-financing engineering colleges. Ilahia College of Engineering and Technology (ICET), Mulavoor P.O., Muvattupuzha is a co-educational minority institution approved by AICTE, New Delhi and affiliated to APJ Abdul Kalam Kerala Technological University (KTU), and Mahatma Gandhi University, Kerala.

The college is established in the year 2002. Within 14 years since its inception ICET has made many creditable achievements. Ten batches of engineering students have passed out from the college with academic brilliance and all-round excellence and occupy positions in various corporates and institutions. Some of our alumni have also proved themselves as excellent entrepreneurs. As part of its social commitment, the college provides free education and Scholarship from various agencies.

Dynamism, Growth and Selfless service

It is the motto behind the establishment of Ilahia College of Engineering and Technology (ICET), Muvattupuzha, Kerala. It is the result of the vision of our Ilahia Trust and its endeavor to equip the youth of our nation with the necessary technical and managerial skills to successfully face the global challenges.


To become a global technical institution of high repute by nurturing spirit of academic excellence and pursuit of advance technical research by imparting timeless core values to the learners to serve the humankind.


To transform the learners into exceptional technocrats and managers capable of meeting ever changing challenges in the global society, by continually imparting high quality outcome based technical education by:    

  • Incorporating best possible innovative instructional techniques

  •  Providing a strong academic foundation, technical skills and promoting research and development activities

  •  Developing leadership qualities, soft skills and building spirit for team work

  •  Inculcating professional ethics, critical thinking mind and positive attitude of lifelong learning.                                                                            


Ragging is strictly prohibited. The College has formed an anti-ragging committee and anti-ragging squad to prevent any possibility for ragging in the college and hostel premises and to recommend effective disciplinary measures in the event of ragging complaints. Students found to be indulged in ragging will be suspended forthwith from the college and hostels and could even be dismissed from the college. The decision of the Principal will be final and binding in all matters of discipline. The college will follow the latest directions of the Honourable Supreme Court in any case of ragging. 

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