Advanced College of Engineering and Management

Admission Pre-requisite

Students who have passed the entrance examination conducted by the IOE are eligible for admission at acem on a merit basis.

Documents checklist for admission:

  • Original score card
  • Migration certificate (1 original + 3 copies)
  • No objection letter for A level
  • Recent passport size photo 3 copies
  • SLC mark sheet & character certificate 3 copies each
  • I.Sc. / 10+2 / Diploma transcript & character certificate 3 copies each
  • TU equivalent certificate (if applicable) 3 copies
  • Citizenship 3 copies
  • Extra math document (if any) 3 copies
  • Provisional certificate 3 copies

Student Counselling

Student Performance Evaluation and Counselling (SPEC) Section

  • Monitors the students closely in their academic performance
  • Provides an environment to enhance their academic progress
  • Creates an environment to impart the value based education to the students
  • Makes interaction with parents regarding student’s upto date performance

Students Code of Conduct
All admitted students are required to familiarize themselves with, as well as to confirm to, college rules and regulations governing personal conducts in college. Student will be subjected to disciplinary actions in following cases:

  1. Violating college rules and regulations related with academic, fees time schedule. (Semester fee should be cleared within the beginning month of the semester)
  2. Using, selling, or possessing alcoholic beverages, tobacco or illegal substances
  3. Intentionally damaging college property and possessing unauthorized access to the college premises
  4. Stealing computer resources, entering without permission, sending abusive messages or interfering with the operation of the college
  5. Acting in a manner that is disorderly lewd and indecent or a break of peace; or continuing and willfully using vulgarity or openly and persistent challenging or circumventing college authority
  6. Participating in or promoting of disruptive activity that interferes with teaching, college activities, or disciplinary proceedings
  7. Furnishing false information, unauthorized altering or misusing of any document, record of identification or falsely claiming to represent the college.
  8. Personal criticizing on the basis of age, sex, race, color, disability, religion, sexual orientation, national/ethnic origin or economic status
  9. Committing violations of local or federal laws or national laws
  10. Possessing or using unauthorized firearms or other weapons on college controlled property.

Major Activities

  • Skill Upgrading Workshops and Seminars
  • Practical and Real Life Projects
  • Counseling and Placement Assistance
  • Guest Lectures and Interactions with Renowned Experts
  • Field Observation on Curriculum Assigned Works

Notice / News

Evaluation System

Written mode examinations followed by class tests

News Posted on May 10, 2019