College of Engineering Science & Technology (CEST) is a Flagship Institute of Surya Group of Institutions, promoted by Surya Bux Pal Charitable trust. In 2005 shri jagdambika pal established Surya Bux pal charitable trust in LUCKNOW, for promoting technical and management education.
SHRI JAGDAMBIKA PAL, Chairman, Surya Group of institutions, was born in BASTI DISTRIC of Eastern U.P. He graduated from Lucknow University in 1970, did L.L.B. from Gorakhpur University in 1973 and completed double M.A. in History and Political Science in 1980 and 1982 respectively from Avadh University.
A Philanthropist with full of enthusiasm, he joined politics and served his on several positions. He was elected as M.L.C. twice, from 1981 to 1993 and MLA thrice from 1993 to 2007 representing Basti Vidhan Sabha constituency. He is currently member of parliament from Dumariyaganj (sidharth Nagar) constituency. His other portfolios include State Minister, Cabinet Minister and Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh. He served as Party President and President-U.P. Olympic Association, Lucknow as well.
Hallmark of a professional institute is Training and Placement activities the Placement Cell of College of Engineering Science & Technology (CEST) conducts regular PDP classes as a part of curriculum for all semesters of engineering and management courses where trained and dedicated faculties and external trainers teach students. People intrusted with this task make it a point that students end up incomplete grooming to meet the challenges of the professional environment.
Surya Group arranges for industrial visits at regular intervals to give industrial exposure to its students. Some visits are conducted as part of curriculum while others as part of academia-industry interface.
Industrial visit has its own importance in a career of a student who is pursuing a professional degree. It is considered as a part of college curriculum. An objective of industrial visits is to provide students an insight regarding internal working of companies. We know, theoretical knowledge is not enough for making a good professional career.