MBCET recognises that a major concern to all students and parents is the availability and quality of accomodation and other facilities. MBCET provides separate hostel facilities for men and women.
The College hostels – A Home Away from Home have the following features:
- A separate block for first year students
- Well-furnished, spacious and air cooled rooms
- Common-room for recreational facilities
- Strict round-the-clock security
- Adequate medical facilities to take care of the students in case of any emergency.
MBCET Hostel for men (Mar Aprem Hostel) can accommodate around 350 students on single room, twin sharing or dormitory basis. Spacious rooms with separate area for living and study are provided.
Warden: Rev. Fr. John Vilayil
MBCET Hostel for women on the campus can accommodate around 250 students. The hostel is run by Rev. Sisters of the FDJSH Congregation.
Wardens: Rev. Sister Mereena, FDJSH – (Mob: 8086539770)
Rev. Sister Jessin, FDJSH – (Mob: 8281887569)