Usha Mittal Institute of Technology, Mumbai

B.Tech Electronics and Communication Engineering Usha Mittal Institute of Technology, Mumbai

Quick Facts

Total Fees
4.65 Lakhs
Approval
AICTE
Seats
48

Fees Details

General:
4.65 Lakhs
Scheduled Caste:
42.70 K
Scheduled Tribe:
1.05 Lakhs
Other Backward Caste:
2.84 Lakhs

                             Category 

                 Fee/D.D Amt

                     Open

                    116295

                        SC

                      10675

ST, VJ, DT, NT(A), NT(B), NT(C), NT(D), SBC    

                     26175

                     OBC

                     71110

                     TFWS

                      35125

Disclaimer: Data for total fees has been calculated based on all years/semesters as provided by the college. The actual fees may vary.

Placements

YEAR ENROLMENT PLACEMENT
2018-19 10 4
2017-18 10 4
2016-17 37 4
2015-16 43 4
2014-15 41 4
Source: AICTE

Course Details

  • Mode: Full time
  • Duration: 4 Years
  • Offered by: SNDT Womens University, Mumbai

Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech) in Electronics and Communication Engineering is a four-year full-time undergraduate program recognized by All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) and offered by the Shreemati Nathibai Damodar Thackersey Women's University, Mumbai.

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Eligibility Criteria

Candidate should be an Indian National and should have passed the HSC (Std.XII) examination of Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education or its equivalent examination with subjects English, Physics, Mathematics and Chemistry/Biotechnology/Biology /Technical Vocational subject

AND

Secured minimum 50 % marks (minimum 45 % marks, in case of Backward class categories and Persons with Disability candidates belonging to Maharashtra State only) in the subjects Physics, Mathematics and Chemistry/Biotechnology/Biology/Technical Vocational subject added together.

AND

Obtained a positive Composite score* i.e., score obtained after adding 50% of JEE (Main) (Paper 1) marks percentile and 50% of Standard XII (Board or Equivalent Examination) Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics marks percentile.

Eligibility Criteria for All India Candidates (Maharashtra & OMS):
Candidate should be an Indian National and should have passed the HSC (Std.XII) examination of Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education or its equivalent examination with subjects English, Physics, Mathematics and Chemistry/Biotechnology/Biology /Technical Vocational subject

AND

Secured minimum 50 % marks (minimum 45 % marks, in case of Backward class categories and Persons with Disability candidates belonging to Maharashtra State only) in the subjects Physics, Mathematics and Chemistry/Biotechnology/Biology/Technical Vocational subject added together.

AND

Obtained All India Rank in JEE (Main) (Paper 1) given by CBSE

Lateral Entry

The Candidate must be an Indian National and should have passed Post-SSC or Post-HSC Diploma Course in Engineering/Technology with at least 45 % marks (40 % marks in case of candidates of backward class categories and Persons with Disability belonging only to Maharashtra State) in appropriate branch of Engineering / Technology from an AICTE approved Institution with English as the medium of instruction at Diploma level.

OR

The Candidate must be an Indian National and should have passed B.Sc. Degree from a UGC / Association of Indian Universities recognized University with at least 45% marks (40 % marks in case of candidates of Backward class categories and Persons with Disability belonging only to Maharashtra State) and passed XII standard examination with Mathematics as the subject and with English as the medium of instruction at B.Sc. level.

Student Reviews

Rewarding learning experience in all fronts

Posted on 20 Sep' 16 by Anonymous
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Batch of Jan. 1, 2012 | B.Tech Electronics and Communication Engineering
The college provides a conducive environment for all round development. Academic components are well structured to ensure continuous learning. Syllabus is regularly updated. There is encouragement for extra-curricular activities be it sports, fine arts, performing arts or leadership responsibilities. Placements are decent too. The rules allow up to 2 placements per student. And last but not the least, how many colleges in Mumbai can boast of a huge campus?
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4 Years at UMIT, Amazing Campus but Boring lectures

Posted on 11 Sep' 16 by Anonymous
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Batch of Jan. 1, 2012 | B.Tech Electronics and Communication Engineering
The only good thing about UMIT is its awesome Campus comprised of Beautiful Green Garden, Big University Library, Auditorium, and Big Basketball court. Professors and their lectures are equally boring as the lectures are based on bookish knowledge and not at all interactive.You would only dare to attend the lectures if you want to get some good sleep. Projects and Syllabus- both are outdated. No Industry Exposure or technical seminars conducted as seen in other colleges.Placement is just OK that too only for CS or IT students. EXTC students suffer the most because a majority of them don't get placed and have to search job on their own.No guidance is given by the professors or the seniors for higher studies. UMIT does not contribute towards overall personality development of students.
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Not Recommended

Posted on 10 Sep' 16 by Anonymous
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Batch of Jan. 1, 2012 | B.Tech Electronics and Communication Engineering
My experience in this college has been OK. College lacks basic infrastructure facilities that limits the technical learning. Most of the computers in the labs are not in a working state and the one that work are out of date. This applies to electronic equipment as well and this makes extremely difficult for EXTC students to implement final year projects. The college management should really take care of these things and improve the infrastructure as they charge huge amount of development fees from students. Being an open category student, the amount of fees that I paid for this service makes this college no value for money. However, the professors are extremely good and very helpful. Some professors provide assignment marks on the basis of attendance! So, one needs to maintain high attendance to score good marks. In the year 2012, majority of the students were placed in Infosys, Deloitte and L&T. EXTC students didn't get much placement opportunities as compared to CSE students. Talking about extracurricular activities, there were lot of technical, cultural and entrepreneurial fests conducted throughout the year. So, if you are a student who is into CS/IT then you consider this college for good learning and placements. Will not recommend this college to an EXTC student.
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UMIT campus is good

Posted on 08 Sep' 16 by Priyanka Panigrahy
Batch of Jan. 1, 2013 | B.Tech Electronics and Communication Engineering
UMIT is directly managed by the SNDT Women's University. It is located at a walking distance from Santacruz (west) railway station. Courses offered here include Engineering- B.tech in IT, Computer science, and EXTC UMIT is the first building as you enter the very famous and pretty huge SNDT campus. In the 6-storeyed building, the first 4 floors house the UMIT College of engineering and top 2 floors are for students pursuing PG courses. The building, as well as the campus, are well maintained and scores high in the infrastructure domain. As one enters the college building, one can find a vast foyer and a badminton court which is well maintained. A huge SNDT campus has lots of courses and their colleges but has a common canteen. It offers food at a reasonable price and is one of the hangouts for all the students of the entire SNDT campus. A xerox shop, small consumer store is present in the campus which also offers some fast food and chaats options. Festivals: UMIT has student chapters of organisations like the ACM, IEEE, CSI. It is well known for its festivals: the annual cultural festival, ‘ARCANE ILLUSIONS’ and the annual technical festivals ‘REZONANCE’, ‘360 DEGREE’,’ABHIVYAKTI’ organised by the CSI and IEEE student council. To encourage students about Entrepreneurship, there is one more council-ELITE- E-Cell. Placements are average here as around 50% of the batch gets placed. UMIT is a safe and average option for girls.
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Average experience at UMIT

Posted on 07 Sep' 16 by Anonymous
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Batch of Jan. 1, 2012 | B.Tech Electronics and Communication Engineering
Life at UMIT is quite unlike the life that other engineering students live. This institute forms a part of SNDT University which boasts of the legacy of being one of the first only women education institutes in India. There is no extra academic pressure as such on students as a regular day at UMIT comprises of about 2 lectures. The teaching methodology here is completely based on rote learning as the practical application of technical knowledge is given much importance, except when it is for sheer marks or projects. This institute does not provide much exposure when it comes to developing modern technical skills and the students are left to apply to institutes like NIIT to make up for the lack of it. The less said for the placements, the better. Placement scenario is good only if you have “scored well” in your exams and are among the top 20% in your class. As for the rest of the students, a majority of them don’t get placed and have to search for a job from outside sources. The placement scenario for EXTC students is the worst as not many companies come to the campus to recruit them. I would advise the placement committee to take these matters seriously and to invite more companies on campus especially for EXTC students. Coming to the best aspects of UMIT – campus life and location. Situated in the posh Juhu locality, this institute shares a lush big campus with other SNDT colleges of pharmacy, law, fashion, polytechnic, etc. The beautiful scenic campus provides quite a retreat from hectic Mumbai life and it encompasses a hockey field, auditorium, top class university library, and many lush green gardens. Hostel is situated within the campus. There are 2 food joints available in the campus and the food is hygienic and reasonable priced. There is also a stationery, xerox shop, and bank present in the campus.
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