MES COllege

Students in Palliative Care

Initiated by MES Kalladi College in association with the Pain and Palliative Care Society, the programme envisages the involvement of students of the institution in palliative care activities. Selected students are regularly attending home care for the bedridden patients. A vehicle purchased by using the donations from students is used for the home care visits of palliative volunteers.


In order to stream line the extension programme of the different departments of the college, the Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) has formed a common rubrics for the extension programme named ‘Sparsham’, which was inaugurated by Adv N Shamsudheen (Mannarkkad MLA) with the presence of Chairman of the College Mr, KCK Syed Ali. As a part ‘SPARSAM’, the various departments conducted programmes at nearby villages to the college.

Helping Hands to Tribal People

The objective of the practice is to provide maximum support to the students of tribal community. The other objectives are to provide wholistic nurture for the students, to address their problems and find solution through education, to provide maximum health care to the tribal people, to provide awareness on health and related issues, to nurture healthy lifestyle practices,to provide aid to the wholistic development of the community and to provide special care to the weaker sections in community ie women and children. MES Kalladi College situated in the backdrop of tribal area has a significant number of tribal students studying in the college every year. Most of them came from the nearby tribal area, Attapady. As they came from the tribal area, they have many socio, economic, cultural issues. The support is being done at two level. Firstly , inside the campus , the issues of students of the tribal community are identified. Secondly, the various clubs and departments conduct different activities in the tribal colonies of Attappadi.

MES Medical Centre

MES Kalladi College Mannarkkad has set up medical centres at Attappadi and Mannarkkad under its social welfare initiative. The medical centre at Attappadi is set with an objective of giving free medical care to tribal villagers. The medical centre at Mannarkkad gives medical care at subsidised rate to people of surrounding villages of our college. The consultation fee is exempted for students and staff of the college.

COVID Health care

During the period of COVID 19 the institution has shown its commitment to the society in providing all the necessary assistance to the authorities in fighting the pandemic. The Institution itself was set up as a Covid Care Center by providing majority of the classrooms for the Camp. Awareness drives were conducted by NSS and NCC of the college. Masks and sanitizers were distributed to the needy. Assistance for Covid vaccination registration was provided to villagers. The college in association with the Department of Health conducted vaccination drives.