The College is named after our heavenly Patron, Saint Kuriakose Elias Chavara, the Co-founder of the Congregation of the Carmelites of Mary Immaculate (CMI), is our source of inspiration. His glorious vision of moulding new generation through education deeply rooted in the faith in God and love of humanity, is taken up by our institutions and we take pride in discharging this noble responsibility.
Founder of the CMI congregation, Saint Kuriakose was a great visionary who distinguished himself as a social reformer, prolific writer and a pioneer in the field of education in Kerala. He revolutionished the educational scenario of Kerala by standing the first free Sanskrit school, open to all, irrespective of caste or creed. He took special initiative for the education of the dalits. Today, the CMI congregation has a large network of about 500 educational institutions ranging from playschools to professional colleges spread across the country.
To become a centre par excellence of learning, unique in experience, value based in approach and committed in service, for enriching and fulfilling life.
To facilitate comprehensive and integral development of individuals who effectively function as instruments of social changes imbued with righteousness and courage of conviction: Dare to Dream and Strive to Achieve.