About Government Polytechnic, Mumbai
Government Polytechnic, Mumbai was established in 1960. The college became an autonomous institute in 1994. The college is approved by the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE). The institute has also formed few collaborations with institutes for introduction of new programmes and facilities inside the campus. Government Polytechnic, Mumbai also provides various academic and infrastructural facilities to the students and faculty members of the institute including laboratories, computer centre, sports, hostels, language lab, convenience stores, library, auditorium etc.
Government Polytechnic, Mumbai Ali Yavar Jung Marg, Kherwadi, Bandra East, Maharashtra. The nearest airport from the institute is the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport which is located 5 km away and students can reach the institute campus in about 8 mins. The nearest railway station from the institute is the Bandra Railway Station which is 1.4 km away and students can reach the campus in 5 mins from there. Bandra Bus Stand is about 4.3 km away and students can reach the campus in about 7-8 mins.
Government Polytechnic, Mumbai is accredited by the National Board of Accreditation (NBA)
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Courses & Fees
Government Polytechnic, Mumbai Admission Procedure:-
Government Polytechnic, Mumbai offers admissions to diploma programmes through CAP counselling conducted by DTE, Maharashtra. Students have to qualify the counselling procedure and select this particular college while making the choice locking in the counselling round. Students will be allotted seats based on their merit. Detailed description of the admission process is mentioned below.
For Diploma programmes-
Government Polytechnic, Mumbai offers admissions to diploma programmes through CAP counselling conducted by DTE, Maharashtra.
Students qualifying the counselling process have to apply for admissions online on the official website of the institute.
Students must submit the required documents and pay the admission fees while submitting the application forms.
Admissions will be offered after document verification and fees payment.
Government Polytechnic, Mumbai offers certain facilities to the students and faculty members of the institute including laboratories, computer centre, sports, hostels, language lab, convenience stores, library, auditorium etc. Detailed information about all the facilities are mentioned below.
Laboratories- Government Polytechnic, Mumbai has provided labs for different subjects for conducting practical experiments and students to do their project works. All the labs are well organised and equipped with necessary equipment. Lab technicians are also there to guide and help students.
Computer Centre- The Computer Centre of Government Polytechnic, Mumbai acts as the central unit for the institute with 550 systems provided with all updated software and applications meeting the requirements of technology. The computer centre is also provided with internet facilities.
Sports facilities- Various sports facilities are provided by Government Polytechnic, Mumbai for the students. Various playgrounds for playing cricket, volleyball, kho-kho, kabaddi, track and field events. Other indoor games facilities like carrom, chess, badminton etc are also provided by the institute.
Hostels- Government Polytechnic, Mumbai offers hostel facilities to boys. Students have to fill the application forms for hostels separately and rooms are allotted based on the availability. All the hostel rooms are provided with basic furniture and facilities. Mess facilities are also available for hostellers which serves good quality and hygienic food to students.
Language Lab- Language Lab is provided by Government Polytechnic, Mumbai so that students can develop their writing and speaking skills.
Convenience Stores- Government Polytechnic, Mumbai also provides convenience stores where all grocery items and products needed in day-to-day life are available.
Library- The library has a collection of 42,969 volumes of books and 18252 titles and 31 journals. The library also has other collections of materials providing all necessary information to students. The library also has internet and photocopying facilities. The library also subscribes to DELNET for e-resources.
Auditorium- The auditorium of Government Polytechnic, Mumbai is well equipped with all advanced technology and facilities where all seminars,campus interviews, guest lectures, State and National level training programmes and workshops are conducted.
Questions related to Government Polytechnic, Mumbai
Hi, I completed my diploma in civil engineering from Government polytechnic, Mumbai in 2017. I want to do BE, can I get admission for 2nd year, my percentage is 67%.
Yes you can take lateral entry into B.tech civil engineering right into the second year after completing diploma in civil engineering.
Most colleges require Diploma holders to have scored minimum 45% or 50% marks in their Diploma.
Some of the college in Maharashtra offering b.tech lateral entry for civil engineering are
- Maharashtra Institute of Technology, Aurangabad
- College of engineering Pune
- Terna Engineering College
- MIT academy of engineering Pune
- Sardar Patel college of engineering Mumbai
- Saraswati college of engineering
Hope it helps
does government polytechnic,mumbai hv a DIPLOMA course inCOMPUTER SCIENCE ENGINEERING for 10th passed students OR does it only hv DIPLOMA IN COMPUTER ENGINEERING?
No Government Polytechnic college does not provide diploma course for 10th passed students. It provides diploma in computer science engineering and civil engineering branch in 2 shifts with 60 seats in each of these courses and each of these shifts.
Refer to the website below for knowing more about the same ...
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I want to do Polytechnic diploma in CS after 10th...and want to know that on what basis the addmission is done in Government Polytechnic Mumbai ...either on 10th board percentage or something else?
- Candidate should be an Indian National and should have passed the S.S.C. (Std.X) examination of Maharashtra State Board of Secondary Education or its equivalent, with subjects Mathematics/Mathematics, General Science and English with minimum 35% aggregate marks.
- Candidate should be Indian National and must have passed H.S.C. Science or H.S.C. (Bifocal/Technical) or H.S.C. (Vocational/MCVC) Examination of Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education or S.S.C. with 2 years duration ITI/ITI COE with 3 modules with appropriate specialization or its equivalent.
Hope you are clear. Thank you.
I am in class 10th...On what basis the addmission is done in Government Polytechnic Mumbai?
Can I apply for polytechnic diploma in Government Polytechnic, mumbai after completing 10th?
Yes you can apply as the eligibility criteria for admission in Government Polytechnic, Mumbai is that the candidate should be an Indian National and should have passed the SSC (Std.X) examination of Maharashtra State Board of Secondary Education or its equivalent, with subjects Maths/Mathematics, General Science and English with minimum 35% aggregate marks. Please click the below link to know more about this college.
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