Colleges in Mumbai

mumbai, the commercial capital of India is also the hub of numerous reputed colleges and educational institute wherein you can pursue higher education.

The colleges in Mumbai specialize in different subjects like Law, Fine Arts, Pharmacy, Management, Arts & Commerce,Home Science & Social Work, Science, Engineering, Physical Education,Architecture, Medical and varied other courses under Mumbai University and other universities in the city.

Here is a list of some colleges, their addresses and their contact informations.

The innumerable number of engineering colleges in Mumbai offers specializations in a wide variety of field. They are:
  • Chemical Engineering
  • Civil Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Aeronautical Engineering
  • Bio-Medical Engineering
  • Electronics Engineering
  • Computer Engineering
  • Marine Engineering
  • Production Engineering
With globalization and the entry of foreign companies, the need for the engineering courses and accordingly the establishment of engineering colleges in Mumbai was felt necessary.

Some Engineering Colleges:
  • Dwarkadas J. Sanghvi College of Engineering
  • Dutta Meghe College of Engineering
  • Thodomal Shahani Engineering College
  • Annasaheb Chudaman Patil College of Engineering
  • Pratisthan's College of Engineering
  • AC Patil College of Engineering
  • Atharva College of Engineering
  • Watumul Institute of Electronic Engineering and Computer Technology
  • Ramnaraian Ruia College of Engineering
  • Rizvi College of Engineering
  • Fr. Conceicao Rodrigues College of Engineering
Among the above colleges one of the most reputed is the Dwarkadas J. Sanghvi College of Engineering located at Airoli that offers courses in Chemical, Electronics, Telecommunication, Biomedical, Production and Computer Engineering. The infrastructure of the college can be put at par with the international standard. The faculty is highly proficient which can be seen through the college results every year.

The Dutta Meghe College of Engineering is another very reputed college in Mumbai. It has well equipped library and laboratory, a very good faculty, cafeteria and a huge play ground.

A degree in engineering covers a period of four years. Any student who has completed his Class XII exam securing 50% marks in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics taken together under the Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education can pursue engineering. But if the candidate is from a backward class, the percentage of marks is cut down to 45%. Moreover the campus interview facilities at different colleges provides the students with placement in reputed firms.

Last Updated on 28 May 2013

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