Kuttikkanam is a beautiful hill station located in the Idukki district of Kerala. It is situated at an altitude of 3500 feet above sea level and is known for its scenic beauty and pleasant climate.

The weather in Kuttikkanam is generally cool and pleasant throughout the year, with temperatures ranging between 10°C to 25°C. The best period to visit Kuttikkanam is from September to May, when the weather is cool and pleasant.

Kuttikkanam is situated in the Western Ghats, which is a mountain range that runs parallel to the western coast of India. The topography of the place is characterized by undulating hills, valleys, cool springs and forests. The area is also known for its tea and spice plantations, which add to its scenic beauty.

Due to its location in the High Ranges, Kuttikkanam receives a high amount of rainfall during the monsoon season, which lasts from June to September. The heavy rainfall during this period makes the area lush and green, and is ideal for those who enjoy trekking and nature walks.

Overall, the salubrious climate, beautiful scenery, and unique topography make Kuttikkanam an ideal destination for nature lovers and those seeking a peaceful and rejuvenating getaway from the madding crowd.


Winter (November to February : 11 degrees to 28 degrees

Summer (March to May : 19 degrees to 32 degrees)

Monsoon (June to October : 10 degrees to 26 degrees)

Average rain fall in an year is between 300 cm to 500 cm.

Geo Coordinate of the college is : 9°34′42″North 76°58′22″ East