The number of candidates willing to pursue engineering is increasing rapidly and so is the number of colleges. So, before seeking admission in any college, one should verify the details about the college. Described in this article are the details of the 6 renowned engineering colleges in Mumbai.
Given the huge scope in terms of career, a huge number of students prepare for various entrance tests to seek admission in engineering colleges. However, just the preparation would not help; before seeking admission in any college, one should ensure the exact whereabouts of the college. With the number of colleges increasing in a city like Mumbai, it becomes essential to seek full information about the college.
So, described in this article are the details of the 6 renowned engineering colleges in Mumbai in no particular order or ranking.
- IIT Bombay
Indian Institute of Technology Bombay was established in 1958. It is one of the autonomous public institutes for higher education that has been set up by the Indian government. The IIT Bombay is one of the top-ranked IITs and has produced some of the finest minds of the country.
One would need to qualify IIT Advanced to seek admission in IIT Bombay. This UGC approved institute offers 8 undergraduate courses in Mechanical, Chemical, Civil, Computer Science, Metallurgical and Materials Engineering, Electrical, Aerospace, Engineering Physics.
2.Institute of Chemical Technology
Also known as ICT, this AICTE approved institute was established in 1933. Ranked as one of the best institutes in India, the institute offers 8 UG courses and 1 Diploma in engineering. The total intake is about 500 in the UG courses that include chemical engineering, textile, pharmaceutical, paint, food, oil and paint and Polymer technology. To seek admission in ICT, one would need to appear for MHT CET — the state level exam and the JEE Main — the national level exam.
3.Veermata Jijabai Technological Institute
Established in 1887, VJIT is one of the oldest institutes in India. It offers 10 diploma and 9 undergraduate courses and has a total intake of 450. The admission is on the basis of the candidates’ performance in MHT CET. MHT CET is a state level exam conducted by the government of Maharashtra.
4.Mukesh Patel School of Technology Management and Engineering
Established in 2006, this private institute is affiliated to Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies, Mumbai. The institute is approved by UGC and offers a total 7 UG courses in civil, electrical, electronics and telecommunication, information technology and computer science engineering. The total intake is about 480 inclusive of all the disciplines. To seek admission in this institute, one would need to appear in the JEE Main or NPAT UG. NPAT UG is the university level exam that is conducted by the university for admissions.
5.KJ Somaiya College of Engineering
KJ Somaiya College of Engineering was established in 1983 and is a privately owned institute that is approved by the AICTE. It is affiliated to the University of Mumbai and offers 5 undergraduate courses. The total intake is 600 via the JEE Main and the MHT CET.
6.Bhartiya Vidya Bhavan, Sardar Patel College of Engineering
Also known as SPCE, this government owned college is affiliated to the University of Mumbai and approved by AICTE. SPCE was established in 1962 and offers 3 UG courses in Civil, Electrical and Mechanical engineering. The admission is on the basis of the MHT CET exam that is conducted by the government of Maharashtra.