1.   The College of Military Engineering (CME) at Pune, a premier tactical & Technical training institution is the alma mater of the Corps of Engineers. ‘First into the battle and last out of it’, the Corps of Engineers comprises of the Combat Engineers, Military Engineering Service, Border Roads Organisation and Survey. The College traces back its existence to the erstwhile School of Military Engineering (SME) established in 1943 at Roorkee. The set up moved to the present location at Pune in 1948. In view of the increased responsibilities and in keeping with the higher status of the Degree Engineering Courses being conducted by the School, it was re-designated as CME in Nov 1951.
2.   Surrounded by green hills and located at the confluence of Mutha and Mula Rivers, Pune was developed by the Britishers as an Indian Army town in the 19th Century. Located in lush greenery, CME has a sprawling campus with abundant flora, fauna & water bodies. The College is a self contained institution, with complete infrastructure required to train and accommodate all the students and the staff. It has all the facilities for imparting theoretical as well as practical training, sports and administration. CME offers an ideal environment to everyone to enhance their technical and tactical brilliance and to pursue all kinds of adventure activities.
3.   CME is responsible for training of personnel of the Corps of Engineers besides imparting instructions in Combat Engineering, CBRN Protection, Works Services & GIS matters to the personnel of All Arms & Services. The College conducts a variely of long & short courses to include M Tech and B Tech courses. The College also houses Cadets Training Wing a premier Pre Commission Training institute for training of Gentleman Cadets under the 10+2 Technical Entry Scheme. 
4.   CME has also assisted the local administration in disaster relief / rescue operations on numerous occasions in the past. College of Military Engineering, in keeping with the ethos of promoting a clean environment has taken the Swacch Bharat Abhiyan to a new level and is a role model for the Pune City. Two days in a week are observed as dry days wherein no vehicles are used within the premises of CME and all residents are encouraged to use bicycles instead. CME has also proposed a pipeline from Kasarwadi Sewage Treatment Plant to the International standard Rowing Channel in CME to facilitate disposal of treated water which is otherwise getting wasted. CME has also undertaken the endeavour to expose the young probationers of Maharashtra State Civil Services to the military way of life with the view to instil the right attitudes and values. We believe that it will go a long way in fostering better civil military coordination in the national interest.