To ensure that students get adequate support in areas that they require extra help, remedial classes are held in the college premises.

The college also organizes various extra-curricular, sports and literary fests to groom the managerial and organising skills of the students as well as help them develop their passions.




“The beginning of knowledge is the discovery of something we do not understand”

The world runs by it’s ideas, it grows, wisens and nurtures our society. And in a world where ideas run supreme, it’s only when they’re polished and let to shine can they go on to change the future.

“The plans for the future need to molten hot, burning with desire and wit and fronted by the skilled and courageous”. Ideas are our generations currency and we at CMR National PU College are eager to give you the chance to see that currencies worth.

Ideas can’t be categorised. They can’t be put into boxes or be stunted by society’s boundaries. This is why we invite every individual to shine and to flaunt their ideas and skills to the world.

Presenting to you the first ever edition of our fest – PARADOX 2019.

An outlet for every idea, a voice for every individual.
It’s time to put your game face on.

Visit here for more details: https://cmrparadox.com

Open Day Career Counselling

This enables our students to gain in-depth knowledge about their field of interest, helping them make the correct career choice in future. Interactions with experts from industries give them an opportunity to assess personal strengths and become aware of the plethora of possibilities.

WEP - Work Exposure Programme

“ Education is our passport to the future. For tomorrow begins to the people who prepare for it today” – Malcolm X

The students of  CMR National PU College had some professional time at their summer internships.

“ Education is our passport to the future. For tomorrow begins to the people who prepare for it today” – Malcolm X

The students of  CMR National PU College had some professional time at their summer internships. Our students were placed in reputed organizations such as; Advance Education & Computer Services, XLR8, Olive Planet, Play Arena, The Green Pocket, Goobes Book Republic, Vita Beans Neural Solutions, Arius Holidays, Photomojo, Reap Benefit, Bengaluru

FC, Lodestar, Crazy Holidays. Many NGOs such as; U&I, Sandesh, Avasar Foundation, Key Education Foundation, Diya Foundation, Indus Action, Udhyam Learning Foundation, CRY-Child Rights and You and Reap Benefit have accepted our students for summer Internships.


Model United Nations

Model United Nations is an educational simulation in which students typically role-play as delegates of different countries present in the United Nations and simulate its committees. This helps students develop leadership skills, research, writing, public speaking, and problem-solving skills. Moreover, coming up with solutions that are acceptable to a majority of the representative also inculcates skills of negotiation, conflict resolution, and cooperation. At CMR we can proudly claim that our students have won various awards through hard work from our frequent club meets after school. In most of the MUNs, we have attended, we have learned something new.

Social Impact Programme

Aiming at ‘Make Going Green’ a part of one’s lifestyle,’Reap Benefit’ a non-government organisation helps our students in solving environmental problems with data and solutions.

They have worked extensively in government schools using indigenous technological solutions for water and sanitary issues that had affected them. Having been applauded for the same they are now marching ahead towards reducing the amount of water consumption in both school and houses apart from cleaning and beautifying a dump yard close to the college and work on the problems of students coming to college on bikes which is illegal.

Motivational Talk

Dr. Sanjeev, a very sought after management consultant, is a mechanical engineer with post-graduation in marine engineering, management and applied psychology. The 90-minute conversational engagement with Dr. Sanjeev was an eye opener of sorts.

He reiterated the keys to success are:

  1. To have a never give up attitude.
  2. To be sure of one’s strengths and abilities.
  3. Optimism
  4. A clear definition of one’s goals and objectives.

These words are very often heard and read but, from Dr. Sanjeev, at CMR, it was a life-defining experience.


Mr. Mathew Varghese – A perfect starter for the young aspiring hungry minds. He started off beautifully with a story that said, failure is the best teacher. During his talk, he stressed on the major difference in optimistic and pessimistic attitudes with a significant example of two cricketers, which the audience could easily relate to. He said the very act of not facing or fearing failure is foolishness and cowardice. Success is everyone’s birthright. The point of debate according to him was, if one is born successful or if one makes their life successful!

Mr. Mathew has accomplished higher levels at “Toastmasters international” – a contest for international public speaking. It was absolutely an honour and a great experience to have him.