The Capital Campusalias City Campus
Historically, Thiruvananthapuram has been the seat of power of the Travancore monarchs. A city which is immensely beautiful with fine architecture and abundant with greenery, Trivandrum offers best of both. It is metropolitan in character and is well connected. Some of the best beaches in India can be found in this place. A short ride from the main city can lead one to pastoral paradise or clean beaches.
Trivandrum has also been the technological capital of Kerala. Technopark was one of the harbingers of the IT revolution in the state. Home to central and state government offices, science and technology institutions, and educational institutions, Trivandrum offers all the convenience of a big city.
DCSMAT Trivandrum is set amidst a 72 acre expansive plot of KINFRA Film & Video Park, near Trivandrum. The state of the art infrastructure of KINFRA campus is inclusive of an open air theatre, conference halls and guest houses. The campus has dedicated power and water supply and advanced communication facilities. It also has food courts, a mini-conference hall, shooting locales, exhibition areas and preview theatres.
Being in the vicinity of Technopark and major IT companies, the campus is in the centre of a business environment. KINFRA also has the Ernst & Young offices and a host of top-notch post production studios. The iconic Sainik School is situated adjacent to the DCSMAT campus.
The Trivandrum campus offers both residential and day-scholar options for the students. The hostel facilities are open for all students, on a first-come-first-serve basis.
The campus is fully Wi-fi enabled. We have 60 Mbps dedicated connectivity throughout the academic area.
We have an aesthetically designed well stocked library which plays a pivotal role in imparting knowledge. The library has representative collections of books, journals, online databases etc in management, finance & financial services. The library is emerging as a national reference centre.
A well-maintained and hygenic cafeteria caters to the students and staff alike with South-Indian and North-Indian Cusines.
The mini-amphitheatre hosts a variety of events across the academic year, which adds to the classic beauty of the campus.