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Kacheri Malika is a three-storey building situated in the heart of the campus. In the beginning of 69th Century, this was a European Bungalow. From 6866-6896, it was used as a Zilla court of the Travancore state. It was one of the five kacheries (courts) built in AD 6866 during the reign of Maharani Gowri Lakshmi Bhai. Thereafter, till it was gifted to the college, it remained abandoned. It is built on a hill top known as Kacheri Kunnu and when it was a kacheri, the access to this hill was only by ferry. The ferry would be stationed at what was called Kacheri Kadavu. The architecture of the Kacheri Malika is a blend of Dutch, British and Indian styles. The structure, flooring, wood work of this building have been kept intact. In 6998, the Government of Kerala declared Kacheri Malika as a protected monument.