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Virtual Technology Business Incubation

'Virtual Incubation' is a new concept of incubation practised by Technopark-TBI in which the respective college shall offer the infrastructure facilities needed to incubate the students start ups. This is done with the active support of the Engineering Colleges & Management Schools. The start up company becomes the 'Virtual Incubatee' of Technopark-TBI and the College, an Extension Centre of T-TBI.The infrastructure and R & D facilities for this are offered by the college Entrepreneurship Development Cell(EDC) and other support facilities shall be offered by the Technopark-TBI.


MACFAST Social Servive (MSS) was inagurated on 7th January 2010. MSS provides services to the society. The students & faculty members actively participate in it.

Meet The Leader

Meet the leader is a program co-ordinated by the placement cell for students to interact with top executives of companies and eminent people in the society. This program helps the budding entrepreneurs and scientists to learn from the lives of these successful people and get inspired.

MACFAST Development Council

MACFAST Development Council (MDC) is committed to ensuring success for all students through faculty development and institutional improvement. The major tasks of MDC include curriculum development, faculty development, setting up research facilities and identifying possible projects, developing collaborations, infrastructure development, raising funds for the college, encouraging consultancy and making the institution self sustaining.

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MACFAST Entrepreneurship Development Club (EDC)

Entrepreneurship Development Club (EDC) is a forum which is created in the college with support of Department of Industries & Commerce and Department of Technical Education, Government of Kerala. MACFAST EDC was formally inaugurated on 18th October 2007 by Sri. Suhas Gopinath of Globals Inc., who was declared as the “world’s youngest CEO” by Limca book of world records.

The Objectives

* To create wealth and employment, commensurate with unlimited natural and immense human resource potential of Kerala by developing entrepreneurship among the youth.
* To inculcate entrepreneurial culture amongst youth and equip them with the skills, techniques and confidence to act as torch-bearers of “Enterprise” for the new generation
* To sensitise you on the real economic and industrial development scenario of the State
* To inculcate entrepreneurial spirit among the youth
* To enable them to take informed decisions
* To educate members on various dimensions of the industry.
* To nurture the latent entrepreneurial talent

The Activities

* Organise interactive sessions with successful entrepreneurs
* Organise workshops on related topics
* Exposure to National & International events in various parts of the country
* Organise entrepreneur awareness programs
* Organise industrial visits to business enterprises
* Familiarise youths to the latest developments through media
* …….and many more!

What you gain?

* Stuff your resume with the activities of EDC, which would act as a differentiator when you attend job interviews, compared to other colleges
* Get exposure to the industry and successful entrepreneurs
* Develop your organising skills
* Polish your interpersonal skills
* Sharpen your leadership skills
* Improve your communication skills
* …and enjoy working in a team, as a team…
* …Together Everyone Achieves More

Wednesday Gathering

Wednesday Meeting is a MACFAST student-teacher get together to provide a platform for exchange of cultural and scholastic views. It is a time when students and faculty bring to light issues of personal and social relevance. It is also a time of entertainment and enjoyment as the students get an opportunity to display their talents in various fields. Academic achievements and accolades of “MACFASTIANS” are applauded here. The meeting aims at fostering a bond between the teacher and the taught, as well as every staff of this institution – a bond that emphasizes the importance of every member of this family that is MACFAST.


II Semester MBA- 2007 – 2009 Batch

Most students who join the top Indian business schools come from middle class families. They have practically no exposure to rural India and its problems of poverty, lack of infrastructure, gender inequality and disempowerment of the landless. Nor are they aware of the problems of the urban poor. Sadly, the business schools they study in provide little input about these issues. When these managers join the work force, their sole aim seems to be professional progress and financial benefits for themselves and their employers. Nobody has the time for the real problems of India. The rat race is becoming more pronounced in an economy that has become more liberalized in the past 15 years. We, at MACFAST, have taken various initiatives like SALT to address this issue. We believe that India cannot become a developed country unless its poor also develop and share the benefits of a rapidly developing economy. MACFAST MBA students should show the path for others to follow.
MACFAST believes that students need to learn leadership skills. They need to learn leadership skills in college, so that they can help their communities. So, MACFAST is coming out with a new initiative called SAP (Social Awareness Program) aimed at sensitizing the students about the social and community requirements. With this in mind the following program is chalked out.

Objectives of the Program

To make the students
1. Aware of the community needs.
2. Develop an empathetic feeling about the weaker sections of the society.
3. Gain maturity.
4. Have a high level of character formation.
5. Committed to social work values and ethics; to the principles of social and economic justice; and to serving all people regardless of age, class, color, culture, disability, family structure, gender, marital status, national origin, race, religion, sex.


119 students of the II semester MBA will be divided into 58 groups of two and 1 group of three. The groups will be formed on the basis of the location of their residences.
Each group will visit atleast one charitable organization and interact with the management and the inmates and interview them with a structured questionnaire schedule (list of organizations and the questionnaire are given separately).
Each group will prepare a report based on the field survey and present the report in front of the audience consisting of the Principal, Director, H.O.D, faculty members and fellow students. During the presentation students will also focus on the learning experience from the whole activity.


Each group can select the organizations from the following category.
1. Orphanages
2. Poor homes
3. Old-age homes
4. Rehabilitation centers for mentally and physically challenged people
5. De-addiction centers
6. AIDS rehabilitation centers
7. Leprosy/T.B sanatoriums.
8. Homes for the destitute.
9. Any similar organization.

Duration of the field study

2 days between 15/03/2008 & 22/03/2008.


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Clean & Green Campus

Clean and Green Campus (CGC) Workshop

We have adopted the Clean and Green Campus campaign in the year 2006 and started our activities in this line. To make it more effective, it is decided to implement a well planned action programme effective from March 2008. The activity will start with a workshop on 4th March 2008 from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm. This will be followed by a planning session where action programme will be chalked out for implementation. The workshop will be lead by Mr. Kabeer Haroon, Project Director, Clean Kochi Movement and former District Director, Kudumbasree.

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