Well being



The Anti ragging Cell is in place to create awareness among all the students and prevent them from indulging in ragging .

The cell serves as a reminder to students that ragging is a punishable offence and can lead to severe consequences . It keeps a keen vigil and stops the incidences of ragging so that every student feels safe , respected and valued .

Zero tolerance for ragging , zero tolerance for hate is practiced in word , deed and action in MESACS .

By focusing on creating a strong and effective anti ragging cell , it has made a significant impact in promoting a safer and congenial campus for all to stay .


Placement Cell

Faculty Profiles:

Rekha Balwally

Assistant Professor, Placement Officer, Convener (LAC, ELC)

• Qualification: B.A, LL.B, LL.M, PGDIPRL, NET LAW
• Teaching experience: 16 years
• No. of Papers Published: 2
• No. of Papers Presented: 6

Mrs. Sai Sudha.C

HOD,Department of Computer Science

• Qualification: MCA
• Teaching experience: 16 years
• No. of Papers Published: 5
• No. of Papers Presented: 8

Student Representatives:

Srujan S

Placement Ambassador

Dhanush S

Placement Ambassador


Empower, Enrich, Enlighten, Enliven


  • To enhance knowledge and creativity, build capital network for next generation
  • To remain pertinent in tomorrow’s world and try for the highest standards
  • To enable the young graduates to stay ahead of the competition.
  • To focus on overall personality development .
  • To nurture leadership qualities and skills so as to reach out to the competitive global world.


  • Employability Enhancement
  • Job Placement Assistance
  • Career Counseling
  • Skill Development Programs
  • Industry Networking

Best practices of the cell:

  • Providing add-on courses
  • Attending job fairs
  • Conducting placement drives
  • Having seminars
  • Conducting CRT & DRT exams

Add-on courses provided by cell:

  • Stocktale
  • Tally Prime 3.0
  • Basic and advanced excel

MoU / Tie-ups:

  • Pro Edge Edu Tech

Overseas Education Session:

  • AECC Global Academy SI UK University

Feedback from the entrants to Corporate world:

“MES College is the place for quality education along with ready to work trainings by the Placement cell. It grooms an individual for corporate ready environment, ability to handle pressure and basic knowledge on work culture. It is a hotspot for all the mock sessions on various type of interviews. “

Ponnanna K C

Ernst & Young

“I joined NT on Oct 8th and I think it was one of the best choice I have made to be a part of this organisation. In this regards I would definitely be thankful to my college, MES Placement cell that they have been very supportive and were with us at every stage of the recruitment process. Being online recruitment, it was not easy for us to go on in every stage without their patience and support.”

Chandrika V

Northern Trust

“M.E.S Placement Cell helped me in getting placed in an Australian multinational banking and financial services company – The Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Limited (ANZ). The mock sessions and workshops conducted by the Placement Cell not just helped me attend the walk-in interview confidently but helped me successfully clear the interview. The add-on courses provided by the Placement Cell was one other contributing factor towards my career growth and development. In short, I would say, M.E.S Placement Cell has played a key role in my personal and professional growth. I extend my sincere gratitude to Rekha Mam and MES Placement Cell for their continued support, encouragement and guidance.”

Soja Rachel Varghese

ANZ Banking Ltd


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Sensitization, prevention & Redressal of sexual harassment and gender discrimination related issues

Redressal of complaints:

The college follows zero tolerance policy towards anti-sexual harassment of any form. The student will report any such incident that has come to their notice to appropriate college authority. A student grievances box is available in the college premises for students to drop their complaints with the cell for redressal. Students are informed that his/her identity will be protected when they file a complaint with the cell. At the time of student induction program, the new students are made aware of the prevention of sexual harassment cell in the college. Any kind of physical/verbal/non-verbal conduct of sexual nature to humiliate a woman is condemned. The cell is created to bring about the safety of girl student, gender sensitization creating awareness regarding equal rights. Enquiry and redressal related to any complaint is time bound. Report of the committee is treated as final.

The following are the members of Prevention of Sexual Harassment Cell of MES College of Arts, Commerce and Science, for the academic year 2023-2024.

Sl. NoNameDesignation
1Prof Aneetha SrikumarVice Principal – Convenor
2Anupama S
3Vyshnavi Rao

Student Grievance Cell


  • Student grievance cell is constituted to address timely redressal of grievance of the students.
  • To provide an opportunity for the students to freely express their grievance, with utmost anonymity.
  • To provide an appropriate counselling to the students in the process of resolving the grievance

Committee Members:

This committee comprises of the HOI and all Heads of the Departments.
In addition to address the grievance which are related to examination a liaison officer liaison between college and affiliating university.


  1. To address the complaints received by the cell/dropped in the grievance box.
  2. To follow the principles of natural justice in considering the grievances and maintain anonymity of the complainant.
Mode of submitting the Grievances:

Any aggrieved student can submit the application seeking redressal of grievance to the Committee

  • By approaching the HOI or HOD’s or
  • By dropping the compliant in the grievance box

Women Cell

“Inspiring confidence, nurturing equality fostering empowerment”

Our college Women’s cell provides:

  • Counseling Services: Providing counseling and emotional support to women who have faced issues, helping them navigate through challenges and providing a safe space for discussions.
  • Conducting Workshops and Seminars: Organizing workshops, seminars, and awareness programs on women’s rights, gender equality, self-defense, and related topics.
  • Creating Legal Awareness: Conducting sessions to educate women about their legal rights and procedures to address harassment or discrimination. Providing support in legal matters when necessary.
  • Conducting Skill Development: Offering skill development programs to enhance the professional and personal development of women students.
  • Celebrating Women’s Achievements: Recognizing and celebrating the achievements of women in various fields, both within and outside the college community.
  • Organizing Health and Wellness Programs: Organizing events and programs focused on women’s health, including awareness campaigns, health check-ups, and discussions on mental health.
  • Networking and Mentorship: Facilitating networking opportunities and mentorship programs that connect women students with professionals or alumni who can guide and support them.
  • Awareness Campaigns: Initiating campaigns on social media or government school visit or within the college to raise awareness about issues affecting women and promoting a culture of respect and equality.
  • Leadership Development: Encouraging and fostering leadership skills among women students, providing opportunities for them to take on leadership roles within the women cell or other college activities.
  • Handling Complaints: Addressing and investigating complaints related to harassment, discrimination, or any form of violence against women within the college premises.