MCE Society’s Allana College of Architecture, Camp, Pune

About The College

allana architectureMCE SOCIETY’S ALLANA COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE, PUNE aims to train young creative minds to become skilled professionals who are sensitive to the surroundings and needs to the community. This college not only believes to design the layouts and getting them sanctioned from the local authorities but also believes to create inbuilt space and appropriate environment where students are aspired to produce professional outstanding architect design.

Facts and Figures of MCE Society’s Allana College Of Architecture, Pune -

Establishment Year 1999
University Type Private
Chair person of the University Mr. Abdul Razzak Allana
 Approval AICTE , Council of Architecture of India (New Delhi)
Campus Strength 5000
Institute affiliated to University of Pune
Total number of Companies visited in 2014 85
Total Placements in 2014 500+
Highest Salary Package 12 LPA
Total Faculty Members 200
Total Books 25000
Sports and cultural events 50
Campus Residents 900
How to Reach 2390/B-K.B. Hidayatullah Road,New Modikhana,

Azam Campus, Pune-411001

Why to Join us?

  • 100% Oriented Results- It feels to be very proud or on the highest peak of a mountain that in the year 2005-06, 2006-07, 2009-10 some students scored 100% marks and ranked first class with distinction in the Pune University.
  • Improvement for weaker section- This college is covered under the “Maharashtra Cosmopolitan Education Society (MCES) which is already leading other professional institutes also to provide the best education to the students who belong to economically and socially weaker area of the society.
  • Educational Tours- Every year study tours are organized by the college for grooming the architectural creativity of the students which is a mandatory part of the architect education. The students have visited places like Delhi-Agra, Rajasthan, Ahmedabad, Chandigarh, Pondicherry and Karnataka for the live experience of historical as well as contemporary architecture work exposure.