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04 - Board of Management 05 - Chancellor’s Message 06 - Message from Vice Chancellor 06 - Message from Mentor - MPSTME 07 - Message from Dean 09 - Our Vision, Mission & Belief 10 - Shri Vile Parle Kelavani Mandal – The Parentage 12 - SVKM's NMIMS – A Long Journey 13 - About MPSTME 17 - MPSTME Mumbai Campus 19 - MPSTME Shirpur Campus 24 - Linkages 26 - Eminent Recruiters 28 - Feedback from Industry 30 - Students Initiatives 36 - Student Speak 37 - Placement 38 - Faculty Profile 50 - Programmes Offered

Bapat CFO.K. Veena Vohra One Nominee of the Funding Agency Shri Utpal Bhayani One Nominee of the Government of India Shri Sunil Kumar 4 . S.B. Anil Khandelwal Nominee of the Chairman. D. Pradeep Owalekar Prof. A. Sheth Shri Pravin Gandhi Shri Bharat Sanghvi Shri Bhupesh R. P. A. Maruthamuthu Teachers Nominated by the Vice-chancellor Prof. Shah Dean. SVKM Prof. Lalita D.Board of Management Nominees of Shri Vile Parle Kelavani Mandal Shri B. Bangalore Campus Prof. H. School of Distance Learning Chancellor Shri Amrish Patel Vice Chancellor Dr. Natarajan Academic Advisor Shri.N. Rajan Saxena Pro-Vice Chancellor Dr. Balwant Sheth School of Architecture Dr. Bhagwat Director. Welling Deans of Schools Dr. School of Science Dr. M. SVKM Ms. Suresh Mony Director. T. Karuna Bhaya Finance Officer Special Invitees Dr. Patel Shri Pravin Doshi Non-Member Secretary Ms. Gaud Dean. Kalro Mr. M. SPTM Three Nominees of the Chancellor Ms. P. J. Asoke Basak CEO. School of Business Management Dr. R. R. C. School of Commerce Prof. Vidya Naik Associate Dean. In-Charge. UGC Dr.) & In-Charge Registrar Permanent Invitee Shri A.M.Sanjoy Sircar Dean. Debashish Sanyal Dean.Chhaya Dean. Patel Research Institute. Gupte Dr. Mukesh Patel School of Technology Management & Engineering Dr. Varsha Parab Director (Admin.

we shape the programme in line with recommendations of India's leading luminaries from academia and have built in laboratory exercises and field training. Amrish Patel 5 . teamwork. and have carried forward the tradition of excellence into Engineering. we have taken initiatives to create consistent and undisputed excellence in our teaching and research programmes. The Mukesh Patel School of Technology Management and Engineering (MPSTME) at SVKM's NMIMS (Deemed-to-be University) have attracted several distinguished academicians who have created a foundation for accelerating the education and career of students. At MPSTME. and for those who thrive in multi-cultural environments. learning. We believe in industry linkages and it is our constant endeavor to collaborate with industry for student skill development and curriculum enhancement. lends credence to our claims of quality. We firmly believe in out-of-the-box approach in our teaching techniques. with the world looking for qualified Indians. To ensure the best academic programme. Our courses are designed and delivered with a very significant intellectual and capital investment. research. research and student skill building at large. I encourage you to visit and learn for yourself why the MPSTME experience is an unparalleled opportunity for you. I Shri. We have an undisputed record of outstanding achievements as a Management School. The fast changing technology scenario has spurred greater demand for students who have analytical. It is important to share with you our culture that is built on a deep commitment to teaching.Chancellor’s Message ndia is on the cusp of a revolution today. and developing a foundation for leadership. collegiality. The accolades won by our faculty and students in Indian and international forums and the rising demand from industry for our students. technical and leadership skills.

NMIMS. The school has matured into an institute renowned for its excellence – be it for industry linkages. Rajan Saxena From the desk of Mentor Mukesh Patel School of Technology Management & Engineering has the following objectives: • Develop technocrats with problem solving and leadership skills. laboratory experiments for honing practical skills. seminars and research skills development. to lead tomorrow's businesses. 2011. curriculum. research. MPSTME's Mumbai and Shirpur campuses are evidence of the commitment to excellence. Secretary. research and academic institutions. These programmes are handled by faculty who are experts in their respective domains. Students of MPSTME have an edge since the programmes and learning approach are designed in collaboration with leading experts from industry and academia. The curriculum includes internship in industry. Our placements across the years. in keeping with its a tradition of being ahead of its time instituted pioneering Mukesh Patel School of Technology Management & Engineering (MPSTME). extra-curricular activities. case studies. P. USA held during 1st – 2nd April. Dr. J. MPSTME students' display consistent outstanding performances in International and Inter university competitions owing to 'practice oriented' curriculum and scholarly grooming. A team of 5 students of MPSTME won the “International Award” for the performance of their Human Powered vehicle at 18th Annual NASA's Great Moon Buggy Race in Huntsville. or infrastructure. MPSTME has always ensured that its programs and the students are in sync with the needs of tomorrow for industry.From the desk of Vice Chancellor SVKM's NMIMS (Deemed-to-be University) is unique in the way it approaches program design and pedagogy. holistic pedagogy. both on the technological and technomanagerial fronts. along with the salary packages offered.Jt. academia and research organizations. demonstrate the industry preference for our students. We look forward to welcoming each one of you to join MPSTME in the new academic session 2011-12. SVKM 6 . renowned faculty. Alabama. strong research culture and an ecosystem with industry. One group of students is working in collaboration with students from University of Houston for research assignments. Gandhi . Dr. through state-of-the-art infrastructural facilities. • Become an institute at par with the world's leading institutes.

The industry experts also participate in conduct of knowledge workshops.J.MBA (Tech. followed by exam. July 2004. need based. Science & technology subjects have theory and practical classes. Modern infrastructure facilities to impart education & training and provide a conducive environment for learning & development. The School has regular interactions with industry leaders to solicit their requirements so as to keep our syllabus relevant and contemporary.) w. MPSTME offers practice oriented curricula to groom “Technomanagers” in meeting the challenges of fast paced growth in all sectors. MPSTME students have found placements in challenging assignments not only from manufacturing. f. Sunil Rai 7 . IT and Telecom industry but also from banking and financial services. guaranteeing overall and balanced growth. infrastructure. MPSTME provides an opportunity to learn from dedicated teachers and leading industry practitioners in ultra-modern learning environment supported with IT enabled training aids and simulation facilities. Dr. D. seminars and research that provides the students overall business view to enable them obtain knowledge in domain of their choice. each of 10 weeks study. • • • • • I wish all the students joining MPSTME best of luck for their studies and future career. innovative programme . Shah From the desk of Dean (Technology Management) The industry today needs Tech savvy managers who have their finger on the pulse of Technology & latest Innovations in the concerned domain and are well versed with relevant modern Business Practices. Qualified full time faculty and expert visiting faculty to implement the curricula. Need based curricula developed to meet industry requirement. Dr. NMIMS introduced the first 5 year integrated. After getting the Deemed University Status in 2003. e. The following are the important features of the programmes started in this school: Trimester Based System – Three trimesters in a year.From the desk of Dean Mukesh Patel School of Technology Management & Engineering (MPSTME) was established in 2006.

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participation and fairness are necessary for building a culture conducive to learning and growth. when knowledge and expertise of individuals from various disciplines and diverse backgrounds are shared. technology. by providing state-of-the-art infrastructure and a learner friendly atmosphere in synergy with innovative pedagogy and global networking. As this provides a cutting edge to professional education. so in our pursuit of excellence. thereby fulfilling the contemporary needs of the industry. we believe that openness. Our Belief We believe that learning is most fruitful. research. government. leaders and practitioners in various disciplines. to produce world class and socially responsive academicians. sciences and emerging areas of higher education. to develop a cadre of socially responsive managers. Most importantly. entrepreneurs and professionals. thereby emerging as one of the prime Universities in the Asia Pacific region by the year 2010. both nationally and internationally. we encourage such diversity. 9 . voluntary service organizations and the community at large. executive training and consultancy in management. business. which is reflected in the composition of the student body of the university. technocrats. Our Mission To impart quality education and training and to carry out research and consultancy in consonance with the vision of the university. we constantly upgrade and add newer areas of education and research to make our programmes more relevant to the stakeholders.Our Vision To be a vibrant and innovative center of education. We also believe that innovation is the key to progress in the modern world.

The Trustees of Matushri Mithibai Balashram and sons of late Shri Mohanlal Dayal Chauhan made this possible because of handsome donations. a school established in 1921 in the wake of the national movement. The school was later renamed "Shrimati Gokalibai Punamchand Pitamber High School". 773 of 1934-35 and (ii) the Bombay Public Trusts Act. During the last four decades or so the Mandal has established the following institutions including Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies (NMIMS). The Mandal was formed in 1934 and commenced its activities by taking over the Rashtriya Shala. The long felt need for a Science and Arts college in the growing western suburbs of Mumbai was fulfilled by the Mandal by establishing "Mithibai College of Arts and Chauhan Institute of Science" in 1961. F 30 (BOM) 1953. the Mandal decided to extend its activities to the sphere of University Education. S 10 . The spirit of transcending horizons has its genesis in the values that the Mandal has conscientiously practiced since the days of India's struggle for freedom. The school has now grown into a first class institute. To mark the 25th year of its valuable service in the field of Primary and Secondary Education. 1950 (Bombay XXIX of 1950) No. imparting secondary education to about 2300 pupils. The values of patriotic fervor. selfless service and the spirit of indigenous enterprise serve as the guiding principles to all the institutions set up by the Mandal.SVKM The Parentage hri Vile Parle Kelavani Mandal is a Public Charitable Trust registered under (i) the Societies Registration Act XXI of 1960 No.

V.Sanghvi College of Engineering Usha Pravin Gandhi College of Management Dr.Schools • • • • • • Smt. Bhanuben Nanavati College of Pharmacy Jitendra Chauhan College of Law SVKM College of Law Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies (Deemed-to-be University) School of Business Management Mukesh Patel School of Technology Management & Engineering School of Pharmacy & Technology Management Balwant Sheth School of Architecture School of Science School of Commerce School of Distance Learning Academy of Aviation School of Economics Institute of Intellectual Properties Studies (IIPS) Diploma Institutes • Shri Bhagubhai Mafatlal Polytechnic • IBDP at SVKM International School Colleges • Mithibai College of Arts • Chauhan Institute of Science • Amrutben Jivanlal Colege of Commerce & Economics • Narsee Monjee College of Commerce & Economics • A.Patel Military School – Shirpur SVKM International School Colleges For Professional Courses • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Dwarkadas J. ICSE Mukeshbhai R. Patel Research Centre for Chemistry & Biological Sciences 11 . London) Research Programme • Chhotabhai B. Patel Junior College Specialized Courses • Harkisan Mehta Foundation Institute of Journalism & Mass Communication • Parag Vijay Datt Drama Academy Off Campuses • • • • Shirpur-Dhulia District Bangalore Hyderabad Chandigarh International Collaboration • SVKM’s Institute of International Studies (with Kingston University. P. High School Shri Manilal Vadilal Nanavati Prathamik Shala Niranjana D. Parekh Pre-Primary School Chhatrabhuj Narsee Memorial School. Gokalibai P.

NMIMS has also moved to a large complex where it stands today as a landmark in Vile Parle . NMIMS has undergone a tremendous transformation since it commenced its journey in 1981.SVKM’s NMIMS MIMS completed 30 years of its existence in the year 2011-12. N From an Institute to a University 1. international linkages. The institution. The journey traversed by NMIMS from 1981 to 2010 has been a long and fruitful one. Today the University is a truly globalized center of learning. From Bhaidas Auditorium. with an intake of about 4000+ students and 300+ full time faculty members. vide notification No. the UGC granted the Deemed-to-be University status under section 3 of UGC Act. NMIMS since then has taken major initiatives in terms of the programmes. began its journey offering Master's Degree Programme in Management Studies a course under University of Mumbai. 12 . with an intake of only 40 students and 4 full time faculty members. placements and students' development. In December 2006. Today it stands as a large. F-9-37/2001-U-3 dated 13th January 2003 of the Government of India. with many a milestones along the way. 1956. curriculum development. providing its students a balanced exposure to practical and academic aspects of the affluent suburb of Mumbai. established in the year 1981 as Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies. 2. imposing Institution (Deemed-to-be University) with eight specialized schools and off campus centers.

To better understand the industry requirements. The MPSTME campus in Mumbai stands tall as a shining metaphor of India's progress in the field of education. Applied Sciences.Online Public Access Catalog on the intranet. e-catalogues and an online database . There are recreation lounges and sports facilities which complete the all-round experience at MPSTME. learning & all round development of the students. What is more. in both Engineering and Management domains to make this unique contribution possible. there are various laboratories: Those of Computer Science. These indicated that managers in the industries would be more effective with a strong foundation in the concerned engineering discipline. we had conducted an in-depth study and had interactions with a cross section of industry leaders. 13 . It is fast transforming itself into a digital library with e-models. The MPSTME came into existence in 2006-07 with the entry of the third batch of MBA (Tech.About MPSTME he Mukesh Patel School of Technology Management & Engineering (MPSTME) is an important addition to NMIMS's vision of 'Transcending Horizons'. MBA (Tech. The modern state-of-the-art facilities are developed to provide a conducive atmosphere for teaching. By integrating engineering and management in one single capsule to address a major industry requirement.) programme was launched by NMIMS in the year 2004. The MPSTME leverages the capabilities inherent in the University. The MPSTME is equipped with a world-class library. which helps students check the library's collection of titles from across the world. Telecommunications and Information Technology. driven by social sensitivity and state-of-the-art technology. which was the first of its kind in the country. T Under Graduate & Post Graduate Programmes The Vision of NMIMS is to be a world-class center of excellence in management learning and innovation. which are equipped with technologically advanced instruments and managed by a cooperative staff. which has an impressive collection of books and journals.) innovative programme started in 2004.

J. who can work in a team and provide leadership to meet challenges in the area of design. SVKM's NMIMS has a reputation of producing the brightest students.The curriculum covers engineering courses in selected disciplines and the management courses relevant to that technology area. a professionally managed. especially for those who undergo relevant education and training through well designed engineering programmes. having vast experience of Institutional Management. the faculty members for MPSTME's programmes are characterized by high levels of learnedness and orientation towards research . levels. reputed university having the support of SVKM and its well known D. Dr. is appointed as Dean. operations and applications of products and services. and Ph. Sanghvi College of Engineering. In line with this legacy. Sanghvi College of Engineering has launched relevant need based programmes in engineering at MPSTME for B. It is an integration of technology and management with the higher proportions of technological inputs in the initial stages and moving towards “Technology Management” in the later stages of the course. faculty and infrastructure with the support of teams of academicians. With the phenomenal growth of IT and Telecom Sectors all over the world. The aim of these programmes is to develop engineers with sound knowledge and skills. NMIMS. industry experts and management groups. D.. Tech. development. D. there are excellent opportunities in IT. Tech. Computer and Telecom Industries. J. Ex-Principal of D. J. . Electronics.They work hard to extract excellence from the students. Mukesh Patel School of Technology Management & Engineering and looking after the task of development of programmes. M. with ability to solve problems with creativity and innovations. Shah.

IEEE databases. Regular talks and seminars are arranged with Industry experts so that the students can constantly relate and apply their learning in class to the industry environment. EMC2 and CISCO are offered as a part of the course subjects. Students have access to various e-library services and databases like the EBSCO. With the aim of International adoptability. • • • • • • 15 . Science Direct for research purposes.Best Practices NMIMS has always strived to be world-class in every sphere of education. Harvard case studies are extensively used to enhance the understanding of the students. Value added Training Module of Oracle. foreign language is made compulsory. Opportunity to do CAPM course. The only student chapter of PMI in India is at MPSTME. Thereby imparting Project Management inputs to our students.Continuous revision and updation of the course through a strong Board of Studies. Some of the Best Practices are as follows: • Trimester System which ensures accelerated mode of academic delivery. MPSTME is now an IBM centre of Excellence. Proquest.

R. Ltd. V. Hegde DJSCE Dr. N. Srikant Karra Mr.O. Ltd.G. Four persons to be nominated by the Vice Chancellor with the recommendations of the Dean for their expert knowledge including those belonging to the concerned profession or industry. Hari Deo Dr. Pune Pidilite Syntel Ltd. Minocha Dr. IIT.S. BDS Projects India Pvt.K.O.S. Name Dr. Sahasra Naman Dr. Mhaiskar Prof.D. Rathore Mr. Each board consists of following members : 1.O.S for Chemical Dr.S.S for Manufacturing / Mechanical B.G. Civil Engg. Shah Mr.O.O. Builders Association of India Tech Legal Consultant. Abhijit Joshi Mr. Patel Mr. K. & Services Name Dr.O.S for Technology Management B. Mani Organisation NICMR. SBMP Vice President. R. New Consolidated Construction Co. Three teachers . Professor nominated by the HOD 4. one for each department.S. Praful Bhat B. Deshpande Dr. Hari Vasudevan Mr. Choksi Mr. Mohanty Mr. Saurav Srivashtav Mr. Vanvari Mr. M. V. Nitin Bodas Prof. for Computer Engineering B. BSNL NMIMS L&T Godrej Industries Ex-UDCT Ex-UDCT Uhde India Ltd. Shahrokh P. Task force for Civil Engineering 16 . S. T.Board of Studies As per the new rules of SVKM's NMIMS University. Uttranchal Executive Director & CEO. Kinage Mr.K.M. Ashok K. A. Amin Dr. P. Ltd.V. Construction Management Head. Gita Kumta Mr. there are 8 Boards of Studies. Tiwari Mr.V. R. Interbilds Executive Director. Ex. HOD and all professors 3. Satish Joshi Mr. Ltd. Sasikumar M.T.B. Mahesh M. DJSCE BOAT Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd.). Tech Nova Imaging System B. S. Bagli Dr.S for Information Technology Dr. Prof.S for EXTC Engineering Prof. Chairman. Pramod Jumle Mr.L. K. K. Sunita Mahajan MET Prof.G. Garg Mr. Mudda Mr. Bhirud Dr. Ramani Iyer DJSCE Patni Computers L & T Infotech Tech Mahindra DJSCE VSNL DOT B.S. T. Sai Prof. Mridul Goyal SFIT Digital System B. Jain Dr. Rajiv Chawla Mr.O.Associate Professors / Asst.O. M. Louis Periera Dr.N. HOD (Civil Engineering Dept. Korgaonkar Mr. Patel Dr. Dept. Roorkee.Y. N.K. S. Mukul P. Wagle Organisation C-DAC DJSCE VJTI MPHASIS S/w. Chairman & Managing Director.K. Dean of the School (Chairman) 2. Shapoorji Pallonji & Co.S for Civil Engineering Sardar Patel College of Engineering NICMAR Harasiddh Group Rutu Developers Pvt.S for Electronics Engineering B.

ejournals (more than 5000). cataloguing & processing them appropriately.MPSTME Mumbai Campus N addition to facilities at the main campus of NMIMS. is being planned for future requirements. journals (315). Mukesh Patel School of Technology Management & Engineering is having a separate building with approx 1.10. databases (14) and technical reports with different search tools for its users. journals & e-journals.000). 17 . The library database (OPAC). which is on Plot A4 of SVKM on Bhakti Vedant Swami Marg. ft. Mumbai & Shirpur campus have been developed with a number of books. The Learning Resource provides a number of innovative information services including Journal Content Service. I Library NMIMS with its state-of-the-art library has progressed a good deal by acquiring different kinds of documents especially e-forms. but also on the desktops from any part of the world. Users can have access to more than 5000 full text journals covering titles published by Elsevier (Science Direct). ISI Emerging Markets are also made available through OPAC. Further space of 60. Capital Markets. The library has transformed from a traditional library with manual transactions to an electronic library.000 sq. News Clipping Service and Monthly Documents Additions Lists. Springer. Administrative Block and faculty areas and other state-of-the-art facilities are present in this building. and from the aggregators like Ebsco and Proquest. gives detailed information about library resources including books (more than 41. John Wiley. area. ft. and is now heading towards transforming into a digital library.000 sq. storing and giving access to its patrons not only in library premises. A separate state-of-the-art library at MPSTME. etc. JVPD Scheme. which is currently on intranet. Links to various databases like CMIE. Vile Parle (W) at a walking distance from the main campus of NMIMS.

Classrooms / Halls All classrooms in the campus are air conditioned and have ceiling mounted LCDs with facility of Mikes. Electronic Circuits and Micro-Controller. Along with this. R. The entire campus is connected with Wi-Fi network. Accommodation for Students Hostel for Girls NMIMS has a well furnished hostel for girls by the name of MKM Sanghavi Girls' Hostel. 18 . Digital Design Lab. a few residential flats are also hired for providing accommodation to boys. Hostel for Boys Limited hostel accommodation is available for boys at G.Computer / IT Labs Fifteen Computer/ IT labs with 300 work-stations connected to internet supported by a 3 mbps leased line are available for use of the Students. It is also equipped with a wide range of licensed system software and applications software. Besides this. Science Labs Chemistry and Physics labs with well equipped instruments are available for the students. Note: The hostel accommodation is very limited and the university will assist the students in finding a suitable accommodation. Electronics & Telecommunication Lab Various labs namely. Lab Support Staff Lab Support Staff are available to assist students in planning and performing practicals / projects. MPSTME has well equipped air conditioned Seminar Halls. Electronics & Logic Circuits. Drawing Hall and Conference Hall for various programmes. Jani Boys' Hostel. Microprocessor Lab. which is located in close proximity to the university. few limited residential flats are also available for providing accommodation to girl students. Chemical. Mechanical and Civil Engineering. Speakers and Amplifiers. Communication Lab & Advanced Communication Lab have been set up for use of students of all streams. The Audio Interactive Language Lab NMIMS has pioneered the initiative of scientifically assisting students in preparing for group discussions or job interviews by developing an Audio Interactive Language Lab on the campus. Mechanical & Civil Engineering Labs The School have well equipped labs for Chemical.

There are plenty of trees in and around the town and pollution free environment. It is well connected by Road and Rail to Mumbai in Maharashtra. 24 hour UV purified water. modern well lit roads and a town hall which is a rarity in many cities in the country. The Shirpur Municipal Corporation was given the best Municipal Corporation Award by the State Government. Shirpur is a perfect example of a model township which has been developed by local organizations under the leadership of Hon'ble Shri. Shirpur is one of the best towns in Maharashtra located in Dhulia District. medical facilities. The educational facilities. SVKM's NMIMS. It also boasts of the world's largest gold refinery and a spinning mill. Maharashtra.MPSTME Shirpur Campus Shirpur is a tribal area of North Maharashtra adjoining Madhya Pradesh and Gujarat. President SVKM and Chancellor. to Indore in Madhya Pradesh and to Vadodara in Gujarat. 19 . MLA. Some of the top class amenities of this town include excellent medical facilities. playground and other amenities are superior to those available in many big cities in the country. open areas. Amrishbhai Patel. The cleanliness of th town is maintained throughout the year. modern primary and secondary schools. The Stateof-art infrastructure facilities are provided to the students with quality education at reasonable fees. pharmacy and engineering colleges. Shri Vile Parle Kelavani Mandal started its Military School in the year 2000 and from the year 2007-08 it has started the Off Campus Centre of its NMIMS University on a land area of about 50 acres. It recently won a best township award from the Government of Maharashtra. The drinking water is supplied after the purification in the modern plant. which has the border touching to Madhya Pradesh and Gujarat.

corporate partners and student pre-professional organizations. 20 . Research Organizations. Professional direction for students is offered through the involvement of key industry advisory boards. Campus Network The Campus Network is based on a fiber optic back bone and GigaBit Ethernet technologies. have extensive research and publishing opportunities and are provided access to advanced equipment. Laboratory with Internet Facility and Dedicated and Qualified faculty to ensure high standard of teaching . laboratory and hostel. IIT's and Top Ranking Educational Institutions. Modern facilities to provide ambience & support for curricula & extra curricula activities for the overall -development of students 24×7 availability of Library. Periodic review and revision of curricula based on feedback from the industry with quick response to ensure the relevance of the programmes to the changing needs of industry. The unpolluted. Students work closely with professors in the residential campus.Key Points of SVKM’s NMIMS at Shirpur: • Away from the bustle of the city. with top rated faculty members. Every classroom is equipped with Laptop/PC and LCD projectors integrated with campus wide Network. The Campus Network covers the class rooms. This added depth gives a competitive edge to students in professional programs.learning and evaluation processes. Offers a blend of traditional and modern teaching techniques. Depth Emphasis is on a well-rounded education that has resulted in good academic results. embraced by lush greenery is breathtakingly beautiful. The intranet has all computer nodes and Laptops which are interconnected by a fiber optic network. the Shirpur off Campus Centre. library. quiet atmosphere here creates the right ambience to study. The curriculum develops students through exposure to diverse areas of study and it emphasizes critical thinking and communication skills. Connections The NMIMS offer more than an excellent education. • • • • • Value Shirpur off Campus Center delivers an outstanding value in private professional education. Trimester system with proper planning to utilize the resources effectively and efficiently Regular visits of the renowned & proven academicians from well known Industries. which is the core of all undergraduate study.

Shirpur Campus. through 10 mbps Internet Line. MS Office (Campus Wide License). it makes possible for the students to access information resources anywhere and anytime in the NMIMS. Thus.Wireless Hotspots In addition to the wired network. Workshop Complex The Workshop Complex has the all kind of material and components required to offer training and hands on in different basic Shop practices like Electronics basics and foundations for the IT Professionals 21 . SQL Server DBMS. You will be able to access the entire networked resources from virtually anywhere in the campus. Visual and Object Oriented Languages like Visual Basic & Visual C++ with . The Internet bandwidth will be enhanced every year.Black Board to manage the vast knowledge and create an online learning environment. Java. Black Board Learning and Content Management system Students can access the Internet round the clock and the learning resources available on the Campus Network . Branded Laptops with Mobile Technology has been provided for the same. Software Library The software environment includes Windows Clients with Windows 2003 Server. Firewall and Spy wares. Oracle Package. Red Hat Linux Original Pack. the entire campus has a parallel wireless network.NET and Turbo C++. Internet@ 10 mbps (1:1) All members on the intranet have access to Internet 24 hours a day. Squid Proxy Server etc.

with switches and hubs to which P-IV PCs are connected as nodes. • Subscription for Online National / International Journals and Digital Library • E-Library Facility is Available. These would be used for providing computer training and hands-on practice to the students and also for running short term courses for the same. These machines have connectivity with internet and have access to e-mail. (Programme . Digital Cameras. The Laboratories has Pentium-IV Computers with TFT Monitors and with Wireless NICs in LAN. The NMIMS has carried out research works in multidirectional fields within its scope under the sponsorship of several organizations and has helped in solving quite a large number of problems for practicing engineers. Printing. Database.Intranet/Internet (designed by CISCO) consisting of the DELL Power-Edge servers. and Laptops & LCD Projectors.Journals where the thirst for knowledge is quenched. 22 . but also electronic versions. Laboratory For each Laboratory all required Modern Quality Equipments and Facilities are available. DVD burners. These Laboratories provides various network based services such as Internet. multimedia and online products • Sufficient number of Library books / Titles/Journals are available. with online access to Books & E. Computer Centre & Services There are DELL Power-Edge servers and the branded Workstations along with the Laptops of DELL and the stand alone Pentium-IV PCs. CD-ROMs. Library Fully computerized and well stocked Library.wise). Groupware. There is a network .Research All the Departments presently have the twin objectives of delivering useful courses and of carrying out meaningful research. Email. Facilities for R&D activities are available for faculty members and research scholars. Scanners. Library includes not only paper versions. All major Licensee Software along with several special purpose software like Black Board have been acquired. Printers. Proxy.

Canteen. The Shirpur Campus Hostel has been constructed to provide a safe and congenial atmosphere to the students. Ultra modern facilities to conduct board meetings. Audio Visual Facility. TV Room.Lecture-Halls The Lecture Halls are airy. campus recruitment are available here. 23 . Guest lectures for the students and faculty improvement programs etc can be conduct here regularly Hostel Facility Separate hostel facilities are available for boys and girls. Ragging is strictly prohibited and strict discipline is maintained. in conformity with international standards. Conference-Room A conference room of corporate standard is one of the highlights of Shirpur Campus. Extensive use of audio-visual media and LCD Projectors enables the students to grasp advance technology quite easily. Every minute detail has been thought about. Seminar-Hall A seminar hall built to international standards is exclusively for intellectual activities like paper presentations. Library. debates and inter-collegiate competitions. Every effort has been made at this Campus that the main building conforms to high standards of quality in construction. away from the hustle and bustle of the city. planned and executed in this Center for Learning. Airy rooms luxuriously furnished with attached bathroom. Water coolers with purified drinking water. The Campus is set amidst sylvan surroundings. enveloped by fresh air and greenery on the Mumbai-Agra Highway. 24 hours medical facility is available. The imposing building and the lush green lawn are wonderful salubrious ingredients for meaningful learning. spacious and well ventilated. access to Computer lab. workshops. indoor games room and Gymnasium and a senior faculty member as Warden-Friend-Guide-Philosopher are the exclusive features of the hostel. seminars. Cyber center.

Continuous interactions are maintained with these institutions. France. Houston. • Grenoble Ecole de Management. • University of Houston. 24 . Director. The university maintains a sustained relationship with companies to expose the students to the realms of the corporate environment. College of Engineering. ExPrincipals and Sr.2008. The primary focus of the school is to provide students with excellent education relevant to the present and emerging industry requirements. Tech. • Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT). • ESSCA. who completed the programme were awarded a degree at the convocation . For this purpose the industry linkage is an important factor and this is in-built into the curriculum. Angers. etc. France. Grenoble. Linkages with Technical Institutions in the Region The school has on its Board of Studies several leading educationists like Principals. Texas. Professors of reputed engineering institutions.Institute Linkages NMIMS is proactive in Industry-Institute Partnership addressing all aspects.CDAC. Engineering Science since 2006-07 and they are pursuing their research work. • Case Western Reserve University. Ex-Director-IIT-Madras. • ESC Rouen.Linkages Industry . • ESSCA. Canada. NMIMS University signs MOU with University of Houston. France. Linkages with R&D Laboratories The programme is in its infancy and this aspect will be looked into in the coming few years. • EUROMED. Ontario. Cleveland USA. Australia. NMIMS University has been collaborating with global institutions of repute. Budapest. USA. Linkages Abroad In order to ensure that our brew has global appeal. Greece. The relationships already exist with the following: • Harvard Business School • Athens University of Economics and Business. • Senaca College of Applied Arts & Technology. Hungery. 25 students of first batch of M. which enhances networking between academia and industry. Melbourne. Merseille. Toronto. Students are also encouraged to form student chapters of Social Forums like Rotract Club and Social Responsibility Forums through which they are channelized to work for the community. Some of the steps taken in this direction are: Linkages with the Community Students are encouraged to become members of Professional Bodies and the school is also a corporate member of a number of such bodies. France. EUROMED Marseille Ecole de Management.D. 45 students have been enrolled for Ph.

the students will undertake a major project of 3-5 months duration in the industry.Tech programme. Industrial Training & Project Work Under MBA (Tech. This project will address the industry's pressing needs in any techno-managerial field. It gives the interns a glimpse of the corporate arena and allows them to develop their skill sets. ISTD. Both the training/ project work mentioned above carry full credits and the students would be evaluated based on their training performance.Linkages with Professional Bodies The chapters and students' chapters of several national and international professional bodies are established at NMIMS and are organizing various activities. In the 13th trimester. the 9th trimester which falls under the 3rd year is earmarked for Industrial Training and a minor project of 3-5 months duration. IICHE. This includes IEEE. The objective of this training is to familiarize the students with the overall working of the Industrial Organization in their respective area of specialization & also to undertake a project. their project report & their performance in the subsequent presentation/ viva examination.) Programme. The college placecom maintains a database of students' profiles through which companies can search for prospective interns meeting their project requirements. PMI etc. 25 . Under B. The objective of the programme shall be to enhance the students' managerial skills & promote a strong bonding with the industry. ISTE. students are required to undergo four to six weeks summer training at the end of third year in industry. ISME. IETE.

Gulf Oil Ltd.(BPCL) Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd.) Central Bank Of India Centre For Development of Advanced Computing Citigroup Global Services Ltd. (BHEL) Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd. ATUL Pvt Ltd AVIVA Life Insurance Axiom Education Pvt Ltd. Delhi EBIX E-Connect Solution Edelwiess Electro Therm India Pvt. Indigo Architects Indusind Bank Infinite. Ltd. Inc Faur Technologies 26 . Softwares Pvt Ltd. CMC Ltd. Holcim Horizon Core Infosoft Pvt Ltd HSBC HSSA HUAWEi IBM ICICI Bank IDBI Bank Idea Cellular Ltd. Bilakhia Group Black Hawk BOC (India) Ltd. Concept S&E Pvt Ltd Crompton Greaves Ltd. (N) Code Solutions 3i Infotech 5 Point Solution 6 Degrees A. Essar Group Essar Pvt Ltd Essen ETEC. Ltd. Ernst & Young Ltd. Intelenet Global IPCA Laboratories ISRO ITC Ltd. ABB Corporation Accenture Aircel Airtel Aker Solutions Akzo Nobel Coating India Pvt. Ltd. IIRS IISC Bangalore IIT IIT Mumbai India Infoline Indian Oil Corporation Ltd. Emerson Process Management Emnet Enercon (India) Ltd. LG Maestros Mediline Systems Magma Design Automation India Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Ltd.Lucent American International Group Inc.R. J P Morgan Jindal Steels & Power Ltd. Johnson & Johnson JSW Ltd. Alcatel. Appin Tech ARSH Advisors & Owners Ltd.Tech Infosys Inmac Computers Innodata Isogen India Pvt.Eminent Recruiters FINO Fiserv India Pvt Ltd Gayatri Techno Lab Genpact Geo Tech Global Telecom GMR Grail Research Grasim India Ltd. Hewlett-Packard HFCL Infotel Ltd Hindustan Petroleum Hindustan Unilever Ltd. HAL HCL Comnet HCL Info Systems HCL Technologies Ltd. K3 Web Creation Kale Consultant Karrox Tech Ke Electronics Kean India Ltd Kesar Info Kotak Mahindra Bank KPMG Larsen & Toubro Infotech Ltd. GTL Ltd. Braintree Solution Bristline Inc Bukard Steel Ltd Bulwark Capgemini India Capital Iq CEG (Raj Govt. (BSNL) Bharati Airtel Ltd. Bajaj Consultancy Bank of India Bank of Maharashtra BARC Barclays Base Technologies Best (IT) World Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd. CTech Labs Deloitte Haskins And Sells Dena Data Center Ducat. Larsen & Toubro Ltd.

Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd. Tata Motors Ltd. Vodafone India WELSPUN Wipro Technologies Wirefoot Pvt WTA Solutions Yamaha Ltd. National Thermal Power Corporation NCR Corporation Ltd. Meghraj Finance Mettler Toledo Microqual Microsoft Mindcraft Minnicent Technologies Mitashi Entertainment Mosaic Mosaic Technology Motilal Oswal National Aviation Co. Samtel Sandoz Saraswat Infotech. NEC Japan NEO Rhythm Nerolac Paints Net Core Solutions Ltd. National Stock Exchange of India Ltd. Union Bank Of India United Phosporous Ltd. Zamil Infrastructre Zicom . OCEAN Inc. Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Ltd. Reliance Infocomm Reliance Infrastructure Ltd. Tavant Technologies Tech Mahindra Technophilia Tecnimont ICB Tejas Network Telecommunications Consultants India Ltd. Ltd. Orange PACE Infotech Ltd. Videocon Virtusa Corporation Vodafone Essar Ltd. Ltd. River Silica SAATHA Infotech Ltd. UPL UTI Asset Management Co. Shapia Software Solutions Ltd Siemens Ltd. Marico Maruti Suzuki India Ltd. Plasma Research Polipex Polygon Prabhudas Liladhar PRAUM Tech Precision Power Prestige Pricewaterhousecoopers Prime Securities Punjab National Bank Quinnox Radisinity Rallis India Ltd. Triburg Tulip Telecom Ltd Twenty First Century Group (TFC) U-Flex UHDE India Ltd. Onemobile Onward Technology Oracle Management Services Pvt. 27 Rhode & Schwarz Ricasil Ind Ltd Rishab Sft. Reliance Natural Resources Ltd. Silicon City Smart Xel SNA Infotech Soft Com Solutions Sony Ericsson SPANCO Spont Soln Standard Chartered STEELCO Gujarat Sterlite Technologies Ltd Sun Microsystems Syndrome . PGCL Pidilite Industries Ltd. Mastek Matrix Cellular Maxwell Industries Ltd. Tata Teleservices Ltd. Scitech Seed Infotech Senvisberry Pvt Ltd.Tech Synergy Consulting Syntel Taj Glass Pvt Ltd Tata Communications Tata Consultancy Services Tata Consulting Engineers Ltd. Paramount Communication Patni Computer Systems Ltd. Tata Nano Tata Power Tata Steel Ltd Tata Technologies Ltd. PCS Technology Pentagon Enterprises Pepsico Pfizer Ltd. Ranbaxy Red Hawk Reliance Communications Reliance Industries Ltd. NETH INDIA NHPC Nokia Nokia Siemens Network Ltd.

Infosys Quoted .The students from MPSTME surprised us as we were not actually expecting such a good performance. • Shivi Dwivedi (Alumni – NMIMS) – Nice to come back to NMIMS not just as an Alumni but also as a Recruiter!. Like to pick folks from here and have a long term association”. very good students during our interaction.S (Analyst) – Amazing Event. • Vaibhav Rane – Nice to see the India's future in Talented & Energetic Team & People. Accenture Quoted . Mona Khadhalia – Hospitality at the Best & had an awesome experience.Feedback from Industry Capital IQ .“NMIMS students are industry ready and well groomed”. Quality of students very good with good coordination & Hospitality.A very good Institution with energetic staff & students.” Indian Army Quoted . Feels Awesome! 28 . MPSTME. Protiviti Quoted • R.Quality of people & Hospitality was awesome. They are very good with their communication skills and have good potential to scale up for the opportunities / challenges of the corporate that they shall enter.A Division of Standard & Poor's – Tata Magro Quoted . “You are a Cut above others”. Purushothaman– Been a pleasant surprise meeting talented group of students who have their individual goals & aspirations. Girish Malik – Great Team & One of the Best Campuses. • • • • • Sonal Mehra – Wonderful Batch meet.“The process was well coordinated. have put great efforts in acquiring skills during their project work and classrooms. “Great Team of Enthusiasts”. • Kripa Subramanian . Co-ordiantion & Hospitality beyond expectations. Shraddha Rao . Their students are very polished. Amazing set of people Rajesh U. HCL Comnet Quoted -“Excellent hospitality. Quality outfit was really good.Talented Resources at NMIMS. Quality.

• Gyancentral. Bala Subramaniam – Well organized & Co-ordinators team work too good.Tech Mahindra Quoted . Looking forward for next visit to recruit your (MPSTME) spirited students. K. technically good”. 29 . Rajagopalan – Impressive experience. Good Students Good hospitality. Tina Vas – Very Warm & Hospitable. Efficient & kept to the Time Lines. good at soft skills”. Good Hospitality.S. Suman Arunagiri – Great Job.“It was really nice to meet nice students after a long time.Com Quoted . Thanks for hospitality & deeply appreciate hosting other College Students also. Geeta Mishra – Nice students. • Col. This is a significant achievement considering it's the first batch” • • • R. Tavant Technologies Quoted . All the students I met were smart and our selection procedure was made difficult. Well co-ordinate & Professional.“Technically very strong .”Very Good Campus & Students with good soft skills”. Overall pleasant Experience.impressive.”Extremely hardworking & hospitable Placement Team. “Very good at soft skills. Teach for India Quoted .

Vice President Marketing of Mahindra-Renault.Siddharth Mehta & Gursmeep Hundal Colloquium .. The cell is responsible for inviting and arranging guest lecturers of prominent industry leaders under its flagship program . Head. Model United Nations Society. Srikanth Karra. Technical knowledge for the committee does not only imply the knowledge of technology. Nalin Mehta.Corporate IT for L&T Infotech.J Irani. Rajesh Balpande. Since the beginning of the “CEO Series” in August 2005. Anantha Sayana. Social Impact. Suhas Gopinath. General Secretary . Our sister organization. we have been enlightened by the visit of 28 CEO's which include the likes of Mr. Going forward.The Guest Lecture Cell Colloquium is the Student-Industry interface which endeavors to bring highly successful people to the campus and share their experiences in being what they are and how they have managed to reach the top. scientific. Mr. Ajay Piramal. They have very recently invited the 'World's Youngest CEO'. The Theatre. from the School of Business have a “CEO Series”. Editorial Board.Student Initiatives The Student Council believes that besides academics. Joint General Secretaries and General Secretary. Sports committee. The aim is to ignite the spark in the budding managers of tomorrow to excel in all aspects of life. Mumbai consists of class representatives. These lectures broaden the vision of students and provide them with an opportunity to view issues from a strategic perspective. The technical committee of SVKM'S NMIMS MPSTME is dedicated and passionate to spreading technical knowledge. Mr. Global HR Head of Syntel Inc. Mr. This is the fourth year of our existence and we have been honored by Mr. J. Director-Compliance of NASSCOM. Vice-President of The National Stock Exchange and Mr. Leo Puri. Mr. Technical Committee. We at NMIMS have a very strong thrust on the development of industry linkages.Apurva Shah Joint General Secretaries . Students' Council of MPSTME.“CEO Series”. or any specific task". confidence and giving them an exposure which is very much required in the professional world. Cultural Committee. Mr. The word TECHNICAL refers to "Knowledge and proficiencies required in the accomplishment of engineering.K Sinha to name a few. Yatrik Vin. U. Colloquium. They conduct competitions and workshops and invite Guest Lecturers from the industry to stimulate the mind of our fellow students. Co. amongst our guest lecturers till date. but having a scientific mind set and the ability to think critically. "A mind once stretched can never be shrunk back. one should also concentrate on the extracurricular activities which helps one grow as a person by enhancing their personality.” 30 . lady representative. Book My show. Nandkumar Saravde. which helps in imparting practical knowledge to the students.owner. Colloquium will continue to invite industry leaders who can provide excellent value to the students through their inspirational and thought provoking interactions. Dr.

is cultivated through events and people around them. In the past. etc.Zistatva . Zistatva has organized events like dandiya night. 31 ." Apart from academic excellence. traditional day. The Theatre . the Sports committee has successfully organized various events like Cricket tournament. MOODI. Carom.Dramatics Cell It participates in various cultural festivals and deals with the drama and film making part of it. the committee infuses positive aggression and fires up the competitive spirit through cutting edged training in various cultural programmes. It also helps the students to take part in inter college sports events. It provides a platform for students to express and entertain themselves. strength and vision to excel in life.Cultural Committee “The culture of an individual. Sports Committee The Sports Committee provides a platform to students to showcase their talents in the field of sports. comprising positive personality. Chess and many more. It also involves participation of the students in various events of other colleges which include festivals like UMANG. clay modeling. KSHITIJ. By this. Table tennis. thus bringing out the performer hidden inside every person. chocolate day. Football tournament. the college also provides a platform to the students to showcase their skills in cultural activities through the cultural committee which is traditionally called “ZISTATVA”. etc and plans to organize other innovative events in the near future.

state and eventually national level and to offer our consultancy services to NGOs to enhance their management and functioning. Remo (of DID fame). city. Galexus . Protsahan comprises of three major phases i. We are working on long term projects right now which will have an impact on the society and will create a difference. MTV VJ Anushka Dandekar.Sattva . Previously MPSTME has worked under NMIMS for social causes but this is the first time that MPSTME has started its own independent social cell. Shaan. Social Impact provides a platform and helps in channelizing their interest towards a better cause. Annual magazine the “PROTSAHAN-10” was published to entertain and enlighten the readers. Protsahan Great Opportunities are sensed by minds but are never seen by eyes! Protsahan is a MPSTME Shirpur Campus's Annual Festival conducted and managed by the students under the supervision and fidelity of the faculty members. performed or Judged competitions include popular band Euphoria. These also show their ability to tune physical skills and achieve competence in sports and games. Colleges and Universities from around India participate in this mega-event. The Band of Boys. Volunteered for BALAKALAKAR 2010 organized for the underprivileged kids by AIESEC. There are many students in our own college who are interested in social services. In the past three years of Sattva being conducted. Mumbai.e. Electronic Artists Phi Degrees.Sports Carnival. Literary and Management Festivals. Our mission is “to organize consolidated campaigns for social causes and welfare at the district.A Cultural Gathering and Chak De! . dancing and other fine arts. We at Social Impact have already conducted a successful blood donation drive. MTV-Roadies Judge Raghu. Cultural. Tapish. Blood Donation Drive: More than 250 individuals participated out of which 170 were selected as donors on the medical grounds.” Few Achievements of SI • • Organized Christmas Party for under privileged children at snehasadan. • 32 . Social Impact (SI) Social Impact is the Official social cell of MPSTME which was formed in the year 2010. The event was carried out by BSES hospital in association with the Lions Club of Shivaji Park.A Technical Fest. It also includes Proshows. Sports. & Anjana Sukhani. The students present their innate talents in singing.Annual College Festival Sattva is NMIMS MPSTME Mumbai Campus's Annual National Level Mega Festival conducted and managed by Students of MPSTME. some names from the entertainment industry who have attended. DJ Akhtar. Sattva comprises of Technical.

CSI Student Chapter CSI Student Branch at Mukesh Patel School of Technology Management and Engineering. trivia. current affairs. workshops. Taqneeq CSI Student Branch at MPSTME. while the workshops encouraged a fun-learning environment. quizzes.and academiarelated content. 33 . The various events and competitions tested the participants’ cognitive skills. MPSTME also has various other committees which help in developing a student's personality and giving the student some exposure. guest articles etc. The EdBoard has prestigious publications to its name: “Verve” – The Annual Magazine “Pulse” – The Trimesterly Newsletter Besides the Students Council committees. The goal was to bridge the gap between academia and practical knowledge required in industries. pasting together snippets of life at MPSTME.The Editorial Board The Editorial Board (EdBoard). Eminent personalities from the industry also delivered lectures on various topics. NMIMS has been organizing its Annual Technical Festival TAQNEEQ. The activities of the CSI Student Branch at Mukesh Patel School of Technology Management and Engineering include industrial visits. learn and share ideas. NMIMS was started as a professional body where students could meet and exchange their views and information. industry . reviews. was formed back in 2006. It comprises dedicated students who work round the year. A faculty panel of prominent names in NMIMS streamlines our activities with its experience and expertise in various fields. The Student Branch has over 350 members on date. poetry. new and upcoming technology. polls.07. seminars. MPSTME's official “Publishing House”. etc. (digital) art.

Such events and activities keep students abreast with latest happenings in corporate and financial world. equip students with the requisite financial expertise and help them make effective contribution to the growth of the corporate world from now. The committee has organized various mega and small scale events like ‘ The Open Book Programming Competition’ and ‘The Royal Treasure Hunt’. R C Agarwal (Chairperson. VP HSBC India. The cell was inaugurated by Mr Bharat Banka. debates. a students’ body. Apart from this competition various workshops and guest lecturers have also been organized. market simulation games. Currently. FinDrome. organizes events and activities such as workshops. 34 . case study competitions. guest lecturers from industry experts etc in financial domain round the year. Jitin Khera.Findrome FinDrome-The Finance cell of MPSTME was launched in 2008-2010 with the aim of conducting activities and events that promote a culture to understand Finance. The cell saw its grand launch on 15th November 2008. the cell is headed by Prof. CEO and MD Aditya Birla Group and by Mr.Technology Management MPSTME). NMIMS University. panel discussions. Since its Inception the committee members have tried to develop a research and a competitive environment among students. ACM ACM MPSTME is the official Student Chapter of Association for Computing Machinery at MPSTME.

VJTI MUN. resources and support to master the art of self assessment. the team also won 4 awards. The branch is affiliated to the IEEE Mumbai section. Major objectives of 4C . through team meets and various other events.NMIMS IEEE The NMIMS IEEE student branch was started in the year 2006 with initial student strength of over 80. globalization and multilateral diplomacy. The branch consists of a dedicated group of students who aim to gain exposure to new technical advancements for greater career opportunities. PRISM was set up in the academic year 2009 – 2010. goal setting and developing meaningful networking at workplace. 4C has organized a series of workshops like – Understanding Sales and Branding. held regularly. Sensory Branding. 4C 4C is a student body with a motto to . Connect. 4C acquires and disseminates knowledge and information about desirable industries and shows to them the talent pool the college contains. Hence in the academic year 2010 11 this particular area of co curricular fields was embarked upon by setting up a MUN society in MPSTME. Government Law college MUN. where apart from representing our college. Jai Hind MUN. The prime objective of the cell is to empower students to acquire professional success and excel in their workplace. MPSTME participated in various MUNs like HR MUN.Comment. The cell aims at imparting knowledge and enhancing skills of students in order to meet corporate expectations. TSEC MUN. 35 . Vatumal MUN. Model United Nations (MUN) Model United Nations (also Model UN or MUN) is an academic simulation of the United Nations that aims to educate participants about civics. effective communication. so as to provide the students with the necessary expertise. Project Management Institute (PMI) Project Management is a key thrust area for the MBA (Tech. MPSTME stated its PMI Students branch in Oct. to keep themselves abreast with the latest developments in cutting-edge technology. Prism PRISM is a student oriented council which aims at enhancing the soft skills of students of Mukesh Patel School of Technology Management and Engineering. decision making. current events. 2008. Our college through the MUN society has also got an invite from the Harvard world Model United nations in Singapore hosted by Harvard University. Ecole MUN to name a few. Designing Customer Loyalty programs Pantaloons. PMI (Project Management Institute) is a worldwide apex body of PM Professionals with Chapters all over the world.) programme being conducted by SVKM’s NMIMS University’s MPSTME. Model United Nations in the last 10 years has been a prominent platform for students to test their debating as well as leadership skills helping them excel with a global perspective apart from the usual scholastic one.The Marketing Cell are to organize events to promote inclusiveness among all the students of MPSTME. Collect and Collaborate with the industry to promote MPSTME as a brand and not continue to be overshadowed by the umbrella of NMIMS.

under the guidance of Prof. I am thankful to this institution to make me realize my potentials and utilize my creativity to the best. The quiet and ample atmosphere nurtures the growth of a person both as an individual and a professional.. The place provides us calm and peaceful environment to study and to grow.all raving for a piece of us thanks to the Placecom. By Vishakha Jain – IT It was with trepidation that we fourth year students entered the final year. Accenture. I had the privilege to work with senior faculty members and support staff who impressed all with their professionalism. From the beginning of the academic year itself the Placecom. Our worries were allayed. Being in a residential campus. All this paid off big time when we saw some of the big names that had lined up – Infosys. In one line NMIMS can be described as the GURUKUL of 21st century where trend and culture go hand in hand. one learns to manage time and resources optimally. Being part of the placement committee. Tech Mahindra…. they saw…. Being a 24*7 Campus. Computer Society of India. They came. thinking about our future prospects. The team of dedicated members at the placement committee ensured that I got a job profile that suited my needs and gave me great career options. By Janak A.we conquered. No student left behind was our motto and the Institute's management more than lived up to the billing. We had a battery of mock aptitude tests and group discussion sessions conducted till we were quite seasoned to take on any challenge that could be thrown at us. being in the lap of nature gives us the best possible environment to indulge our minds at its full potential in studies. By Siddhi Raj Singh Bisht – CS B NMIMS. Social Activity Cell. IEEE. Various cells and departments like Professional and Personality Development Cell. By Mayank Pratap Singh – IT My journey in this institution has been full of wonderful experiences which I will always cherish. The faculty is very supporting and always prepared to guide. The infrastructure and facilities are excellent. The trimester system keeps us focused throughout the year and the faculty members provide us great guidance. and many more provide us the best platform and exposure to use our skills in the most creative manner. has ensured that we'd be completely prepared for anything and everything. By Radhika Sharde – CS 36 . when the placement committee came into the scene. The Dean is very open to suggestions and accessible to the students. recourses are all time available. Timely lectures by guest faculties from Mumbai help us in learning even the most difficult topics very easily. The trimester pattern ensures efficient utilization of time. HCL. In the end.Nikhil Gala. The Labs are well equipped and the infrastructure is flawless. Jain – IT It has been a wonderful experience to be a part of this renowned institution which follows a unique system of education. however. I would just like to say that I owe a lot to NMIMS – it's worth the name.Student Speak The Placecom has been crucial to our success in getting placed in such reputed companies.

Hundred percent placement was achieved for the batch of MBA (Tech.) students who passed in 2010. Sector wise placements are mentioned
Banks Brokerage Chemical Consultancy Family Business Finance FMCG Green Energy Higher Studies Insurance IT Manufacturing Nano Tech Manufacturing Packaging Telecom Telecom Infrastructure

Financial Services J P Morgan Chase Kotak Prime Meghraj Capital Advisors Nomura

Banking Bank of India Central Bank of India Bank of Maharashtra Kotak Mahindra Bank Union Bank of India

Management Consultancy PricewaterhouseCoopers Ernst and Young

Media Marketing & Telecom Phone Valley Idea Cellular Microqual

The successful completion of Placement Season for the batch of 2010 B.Tech, with 100% placements, was a testimony of faith reposed by corporate world in SVKM’s NMIMS. The number of recruiters who participated in this year’s placement stood at more than 15. This in itself is an achievement for the college, where the first batch of B.Tech was passing out. The Placement process saw top notch recruiters vying to lure talent that SVKM’s NMIMS MPSTME has become synonymous with offering coveted profile in traditional as well as niche domains. To add to this we are observing a surge of new partners joining the recruitment process for the upcoming year. All this has become possible because of the continuous growth in the ‘Institute Industry linkages’. Through summer internships the B. Tech students are provided an opportunity to have an experience of the corporate world. This summer internship which a student has to go through at the end of his third year makes him industry ready. The crowning glories of the summer internship were the 145 companies, who picked up our students for training. The month of December 2009 to February 2010 was the placement season at MPSTME for B.Tech students. It was placement galore for NMIMS MPSTME as the student’s across all the streams received employment offers from several of the country’s best recruiters viz Infosys, Accenture, Tech Mahindra, Patni, HCL Technologies, HCL Comnet, Tavant Technologies etc. Our students have always been highly selective about the work profile which help them sculpt the trail blazing career path that NMIMS has always been famous for. Students aim to make a mark in a consulting domain and are greeted with unparallel opportunities from global consulting firms like Standard & Poor’s Capital IQ, Intergreons Grail Research etc. We are confident about our students that the students will be continuing to put in their best efforts and will carry forward the NMIMS tradition of transcending horizons.


Faculty Profile

Faculty, MPSTME (Mumbai)

Dr. D. J. Shah Dean M.Chem., Ph.D. (Tech.), DMS Chemical Engineering Dr. Suni Rai Dean (Technology Management) B.Sc., MESC (Marine Engg.), M.Tech. (CS) MBA, Ph.D. Marine Engg. Enterprise Solution, IT Strategy, Infrastructure Management Dr. Vijay Raisinghani Professor & HOD (Information Technology) B.E.(Machine Tools Engg.), M.Tech. (IT), Ph.D. (IT), Protocol Stacks

Prof. R.C. Agarwal Chairperson (Technology Management) & Associate Professor B.Com., CAIIB, FCA Finance & HR

Dr. Anant Jhaveri Professor & HOD (Chemical Engg.) Ph.D. (Tech.) - Chemical Engineering Process Engineering Dr. K. D. Desai Professor & HOD (EXTC) B.E (Elect.) , M.E (Elex-Comp Sc), Ph.D. Biomedical

Dr. S.D. Bhagwat Professor & HOD (Electronics) M.E. (Elect),Ph.D.(Instrumentation & Control), PDOM, C.E. (Elect/Electronic Engg.) Integrated Circuit Design Dr. H. B. Kekre Sr. Professor Computer Engineering Ph.D. (System Identification) Image Processing, Signal Processing Prof. V. Seshadri B.Tech., DMS Technology Management, Quality Engineering, R&D Management, Project Management

Prof. Vaishali Kulkarni B.E. (Electronics), M.E (EXTC) Networking, signal processing Prof. Sudeep Thepade B.E. (Computer), M.E. (Computer Engg.) Image Processing, Computer Networks, Object Oriented Analysis & Design Prof. Dhirendra Mishra M.E. (Comp.) Image Processing Prof. Vinod Jain B.E. (Electronics Instr.), M.S. (VLSI Design & Comp. Architecture) Computer Architecture and VLSI System Design Prof. Lakshmi Gorty B.Sc., M.Sc., M.Phil. (Mathematics) Integral Transforms, MATLAB & its applications

Prof. A. C. Mehta HOD (Mechanical Engg.) M.E. (Mech.), D.I.S, M.I.E, C.Engg. (I) Machine Design, Manufacturing Engg. & Management, Industrial Safety Prof. Pravin Shrinath HOD (Computer) B.E. (Computer), M.E. (Comp. Engg.), Image processing, Artificial Intelligence & Distributed Computing Dr. Ketan Shah B.E., M.E. (Electronics), PGDCA, PDMMSE, Ph.D. (IT) Optimization of Association Rules in Data Mining using Parallel Approach Dr. V.P.N. Padmanaban M.Sc., Ph.D. (Physics) High-TC Superconductors Prof. Sanjeev Arora B.Com. MMS, MBA Marketing, General Management Prof. Rajesh Y. Patil B.E., M.E. (Production Engineering) Manufacturing Engineering & Automation

Prof. Kedar Subramanian B.E. (Comp.), MBA (Finance & IT) Technology Management, OOAD, Application of IT in Financial Sector Prof. Manoj Sankhe B.E. (Electronics), M.E. (Digital Electronics) Electronics: Embedded Systems, Neural Networks Prof. Pintu Shah B.E., PGDIT, MTM Information Technology Prof. Nishita Parekh B.E. (Chemical), MBA (HR) Chemical Engineering & HR Prof. Pratidnya Hegde Patil MCA, M. Tech (IT), PGDST, DCAT Database Systems, Data Structures & algorithms, Computer Applications, Operating Systems


M..Tech. Nagalakshmi M. in (Elec. Sanjay Sange B. & Engg.E.(Maths).B. Bhatia Dip.).Tech.) Operation & Marketing Management Prof. MBA (HR).. (Prod.Sc. M. Avinash More B. (Production Technology & Management) Supply Chain & Logistic Management Prof. Applied Mathematics Prof. Bio. Dimple Parekh B. Electronics. ADBMS Prof. Finite Fields and Applications Prof.) Analytical Chemistry.D. M.) Database systems Prof. Cheruvu Bharathi M. (Computer Science) Computer Science (COA. (Mathematics).Sc. (Production Technology & Management) Production / Operations Management Prof. Abhay Kolhe B. (Industrial Electronics) Image Processing.E.).E. (EXTC) Microcontrollers & Embedded Programming. Tech.Sc. Speech Prcoessing Prof.Phil. System Software) Prof. (Computer Engg. (Mathematics) Differential Forms in Topology.Tech.Tech (Telecommunication).) Computer Engg. Naik M. & Mgmt. Girish Bagale Dip. (IT) Information Technology Prof. (Electronics).Ed. Sudarsana Sarkar M. Anjana Rodrigues B.E. MBA (HRD).A. Ph. Rashmi K. (Auto). Shubha Puthran B. Prashasti Kanikar B.Sc. Operation Research. Krishna Palod MCA Programming. in (Mech.Tech. Deshmukh M. Microcontrollers.E. Ashish J. (Development Studies) Literature & Cultural Studies Prof. Circuits & System Design Prof. Prof. C Programming. Sc.E. ADCSSA Telecommunication Prof.). (Electronics).E. (EEE) Power Electronics Dr. M. Electronic Devices & Circuits.E. Organic Chemistry Prof. Electric Networks.Prof. Nikhil Gala B. networking Prof. & Engg. Mathematics with Operations Research 40 . M.Phil.E. Sheetal Gonsalves M. (Pure Mathematics). (Computer Sc. Anushree Chaturvedi M. AMIETE. (Chemistry). (English Literature). Shilpa D'Cunha B.Chemistry Prof. Priy Brat Dwivedi M. M. Embedded System Prof.E. Rukhsana Sayed B. (Computer Sci. Mathematics Prof. Sawankumar R. M. S. MBA (Finance) M. M.Phil. (Chem.E.Tech Microprocessor.Sc.

(EXTC). Kanchan Bakade B. In T&T.Tech.). Digital Electronics.E. M.E. (Computer Science) Computer Science & Engg. Engg. Microcontrollers and Digital Electronics Prof. with Hospitality. Vipul Gohil B. Digital Electronics Prof.Tech (Comp.) Multimedia. Administration & Mgmt.) Java. (Electronics) Microprocessors. M.. M. Pankti Doshi B.Prof. Ajay Phirke M. Computer Networks Prof. Digital Electronics Prof. Sonal Parmar B.E. ASP. Compiler Design Prof. C++. (EXTC) RF & Microwaves. (Electronics Engineering) Radar.Tech (EXTC) Wireless sensor networks.. (Electronics) Electronics & Neurol Network Prof.E. C Programming Prof. (EXTC) Electronics & telecommunication Prof.E.Tech. (Computer Science & Engg. Avinash Tandle B. AI. Electronics & Telecommunication Prof. (Comp.E. M. Mamta Ubnare B. Mathew Rejo Rajan B.H.). M. DBMS. (Comp). Dip. Parallel computing Prof.Sc. Alpa Reshamwala B. Ph. (Comp.E. (EXTC) MS SQL.(Physics) Solid state physics. B. (IT & CM).E. Satellite & Optical Communication Dr.Tech. Tazeen Sheikh B. Image Processing Prof.Sc. Sakshi Sharma B.E.E. Rakhshan Anjum Shaikh B. Ketki Deshmukh B. Distributed Database.Net.E. Manjusha Joshi Dip. Networking.Tech.D. (EXTC). Operating System Prof. Shivangi Borasia B.E.E. M.E. Distributed. Grishma Kulkarni B. Rekha Vig B. Linux.E. (Electronics) Electronics Prof. Object Oriented Programming Prof. Manisha Tiwari MCA DBMS Prof. (EXTC) Biomedical & Electronics Prof. (EXTC).E. (Comp) Data Mining. Prof. (EXTC). (IT).E. (EXTC). M. Pallavi Halarnkar B. Mahesh Maurya B. Material science Prof. Operating Systems. Sc.E. (Telecom) EXTC Prof. (IT) Database Management (DBMS). Rahul Pathare B.E. MBA (Strategy) Strategy & Marketing 41 . Software Management.

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Tech. • • • • • • Information Technology Computer Engineering Electronics & Telecom Engineering Electronics Engineering Other Engineering Sciences Technology Management The details about the Mumbai and Shirpur campuses and programmes are given in the following pages.Tech.Programme Offered Master of Business Administration (Technology) [Dual Degree B. and MBA (Tech. 50 .) • • • • • • Information Technology Computer Engineering Electronics Engineering Electronics & Telecom Engineering Mechanical Engineering Civil Engineering Master of Computer Applications (MCA) Master of Technology (M.) • • • • Information Technology Computer Engineering Electronics & Telecom Engineering Electronics Engineering Ph. D.Tech.)] • • • • • • Information Technology Electronics & Telecom Engineering Chemical Engineering Computer Engineering Mechanical Engineering Civil Engineering Bachelor of Technology (B.

of Seats) Information Technology 40 Electronics & Telecom Engineering 40 Chemical Engineering 20 Mechanical Engineering 40 Computer Engineering Civil Engineering 20 Shirpur (No. • The course curriculum is reviewed and updated on a regular basis to ensure that its relevance to the organizations is sustained. candidates will be allotted admissions to various disciplines as per their choice and availability of discipline. candidates will be short-listed. Cambridge) Exam with Science or Science Vocational (with PCM and English as subjects) with minimum 50% marks in PCM (Minimum 150 marks out of 300). Areas Mumbai (No.MBA (Tech. In the counseling session. Eligibility The candidate must have passed in 10+2 or equivalent.) (Master of Business Administration [Tech. The venue will be announced well before the test date.Tech. This has been amply substantiated by the feedback received by NMIMS from various organizations where MBA(Tech.) Programme delivers state-of -the. Candidates will be called for a counseling session based on the above merit list. Stage 2: Based on the performance in the written test. (including International IB Diploma.+MBA [Tech. a composite merit list will be drawn as per the criteria laid down by the school. management and technology knowledge and skills to the students. Programme if they meet the required standards of the three-stage process described below: Stage 1: All candidates aspiring to and eligible for admission to the MBA-Tech. 51 .of Seats) 30 30 30 30 - Career Opportunities MBA (Tech.] Dual Degree: B. programme will be required to appear for written test to be conducted at various locations in India. Thus students get long enough exposure to the real working conditions and are able to contribute to the organizations literally right from day one of joining. Stage 3: Based on the performance in Stage 1 and Stage 2 and on the candidates’ 12th standard PCM marks. Selection Process Students are admitted to the MBA-Tech. Unique Features of The Programme • The programme involves two internships in the organizations for a total duration of about 10 months. Those awaiting their 10+2 exam results this year may also apply.) students happen to be working. These tachno-savvy managers are fully equipped to create optimum and holistic solutions in business organizations. shall extend over five years consisting of fifteen trimesters.]) Programme Duration The course of study for the Master of Business Administration in Technology. Specializations Offered and Intake Six technology areas are being offered at Mumbai as well as Shirpur campuses.

I* Trimester V Operating System * Principles of Communication Systems Microprocessor [8086] * Structured System Analysis and Design Advanced Maths . Health & Environment Mgmt.MBA (Tech.II* Trimester VI Computer Networks * Web Technology and Application Advanced Operating System Human Computer Interaction Advanced Java [Lab course] Numerical Techniques [Lab course] Business Communication-I** * Common syllabus for IT and Computers Principles and Practices of Management ** ** Common for all branches Statistical Methods ** Third Year Trimester VII Information Security * Digital Signal Processing * Wireless Communication Service Oriented Architecture Operations Research** Business Economics ** Constitution of India (Compulsory Non-Credit) Trimester VIII Computer Simulation & Modeling * Distributed Computing * Mobile Computing * Object Oriented Software Engineering Trimester IX Industrial Training Project Management ** Information Systems for Managers ** Financial Accounting ** Safety.III Engineering Mechanics Instrumentation Fundamentals Core Java *Consists of Applied Physics & Applied Chemistry Second Year Trimester IV Data Structure & Algorithms* Database Management System* Digital Logic Design * Basic Web Programming Advanced Maths .) Information Technology First Year (Common for all branches) Trimester I Applied Science – I * Applied Mathematics – 1 Workshop Practice Basic Electrical Engineering Programming Concepts using C Trimester II Applied Science – II * Applied Mathematics –II Material Science Basic Electronics Object Oriented Programming using C++ Trimester III Basic Engineering Drawing Applied Mathematics . ** Common for all branches 52 .

Fourth Year Trimester X Data Warehousing and Mining^ Trimester XI Elective – I • Artificial Intelligence • Information Storage Management^ • Multimedia System Design • E-Commerce Technologies Trimester XII Elective – II • Advanced DBMS • Image Processing • Embedded Systems • Advanced Computer Networks Strategic Management Financial Management Management of Technology Legal Aspects of Business Industrial Marketing Intellectual Property Management Enterprise Planning System Personality and Creativity Development (Workshop) Research Project.Part –II (Presentation) Software Quality Assurance Financial Analysis & Accounting Management of Innovations Organizational Behaviour Marketing Management Research Methodology E-Business Operations Management Cost Accounting Human Resource Management Corporate Social Responsibility Supply Chain Management Quality Management Systems & Practices Advanced Statistical Analysis Business Communication – II Research Project Part –I (Submission) ^ Common syllabus for IT and Computers Fifth Year (Common for all branches) Summer Vacation & Trimester XIII Trimester XIV Energy Management Entrepreneurship Management Management Internship Research Project Part .II Foreign Language Electives (5) Trimester XV Leadership in Organization New Product Development Business Communication – III Electives (5) Core Java 53 .

Sales and Distribution Management Integrated Marketing Communication Services Marketing Tech. 54 . subject to 15 Registrations. International Assessment & Project Evaluation Management Business Process Management Business Analytics** Simulation Modeling** Operations Planning & Control Supplier Management Infrastructure Development Contracts & Claim Management International Sourcing Management of Change Management of International Business Economics of Negotiation & Conflict Resolution Cross Cultural Management Diversity. ** Subject to availability of Software. *** Compulsory subject. Program Management Project Procurement and Planning Project Risk Mgmt. design. Advances in Project Management Business Ethics and Professional responsibility International Project Management Computer based project management Project Configuration & Change Mgmt. Acquisition & Transfer Business Models In Digital Economy Operations Operations Strategy Services Operations Management HR & OB Corporate Governance Human Resource Planning Project Management Project Contracts & Claims Mgmt. Forecasting. Management of Commercial Banks Security & Portfolio Management Financial Risk Management Marketing of Technology Products Media Marketing Project & Infrastructure Finance CAPSTONE EXERCISES IN PM*** On-Line Marketing WTO & Indian Business International Trade *Conditionally offered.Electives Offered in Trimester XIV & XV Finance Project and Infrastructure Finance Management of Mergers and Acquisition Project Risk & Insurance Management Corporate & Personal Tax Planning Financial Institutions and Markets Investment Banking Financial Engineering International Finance Management Control System Marketing Customer Relations Management Brand Management Technology Management Management of Tech. Innovation & Organizational Change Managing & Leading the Team in Organisation Human Resource Development Marketing Strategy Retail Management Consumer Behavior International Marketing Systems Analysis & Design Knowledge Management Systems Approach to Org.

Trimester VI Digital Communication Microcontroller & Embedded Programming TV & Video Engineering Electronics Simulation & Modeling Statistical Methods Third Year Trimester VII Digital Signal Processing Antenna & Wave propagation Microwave Devices & circuits Constitution of India * Operations Research Business Economics Trimester VIII Optical Fibre communication Satellite communication & Radar Computer Communication Network Information Systems for Managers ** Project Management Financial Accounting ** Safety.II Research Project Part –I (Submission) Financial Management Management of Technology Legal Aspects of Business Industrial Marketing Intellectual Property Management Enterprise Planning System Personality and Creativity Devp.MBA (Tech.Part –II (Presentation) Fifth Year (Common for all branches) 55 . Trimester IX Technical Internship * Compulsory . Systems & Practices Advanced Statistical Analysis Business Communication .Health & Environment System Mgt.II • Speech processing • Image Processing • Broadband Technology Cost Accounting Trimester XII Telecom Network design & planning Elective .Non Credit subject Fourth Year Trimester X Wireless Communication Technology & Networking Trimester XI Elective .) Electronics & Telecom Engineering First Year (Common for all branches) Second Year Trimester IV Electronic circuit analysis & Design Electrical Network Analysis & Synthesis Digital Design Electromagnetic Field Theory Advanced Maths I Business Communication – I Trimester V Microprocessors Analog Integrated circuits & applications Principles of communication systems Signals & system Advanced Maths II Principles and Practices of Mgmt.I • DBMS • Software Engineering • Multimedia Systems & Communication Financial Analysis & Accounting Management of Innovations Organizational Behaviour Marketing Management Research Methodology E-Business Operations Management Strategic Management Human Resource Management Corporate Social Responsibility Supply Chain Management Quality Mgmt. (Workshop) Research Project.

(Workshop) Research Project.I Trimester V Chemical Eng.II Trimester VI Process Equipment & Accessories Design Chemical Process – I Mass Transfer Operations – II Reaction Kinetics Statistical Methods Third Year Trimester VII Chemical Process – II Advanced Computing in Chemical Engineering Plant Utilities & Piping Operations Research Business Economics Constitution of India^ Trimester VIII Chemical Reaction Engineering Instrumentation & Process Control Industrial Safety Project Management Information Systems for Managers Financial Accounting * Safety.I(Submission) Trimester XII CAD.Part .) Chemical Engineering First Year (Common for all branches) Second Year Trimester IV Strengths of Material Fluid Mechanics Process Calculations Heat Transfer Operations Business Communication – I Advanced Maths .MBA (Tech. Thermodynamics Unit Processes of Chemical Industry Mass Transfer Operations . Optimization & Simulation Strategic Management Financial Management Management of Technology Legal Aspects of Business Industrial Marketing Intellectual Property Management Enterprise Planning System Personality and Creativity Devp. Systems & Practices Advanced Statistical Analysis Business Communication .II Research Project Part . Advanced Maths .I Solid Fluid Mechanical Operations Principles and Practices of Mgmt.II(Presentation) Fifth Year (Common for all branches) 56 . Health & Environment System Management Trimester IX Technical Internship ^Compulsory Non -Credit subject Fourth Year Trimester X Environmental Engineering Financial Analysis & Accounting Management of Innovations Organizational Behaviour Marketing Management Research Methodology Operations Management E-Business Trimester XI Food Processing Project & Process Engineering Cost Accounting Human Resource Management Corporate Social Responsibility Supply Chain Management Quality Mgmt.

Mining Parallel Computing Cost Accounting Human Resource Management Corporate Social Responsibility Supply Chain Management Quality Mgmt.II Computer Simulation & Modelling Statistical Methods Third Year Trimester VII Image Processing Computer Graphics Wireless Communication–I Operations Research Business Economics Constitution of India ^ Trimester VIII Multimedia Systems & Communications Distributed Computing System Architecture & Programming Project Management Information Systems for Managers Financial Accounting Safety. Health & Environment System Management Trimester IX Technical Internship ^ Compulsory Non -Credit subject Fourth Year (Proposed) Trimester X Wireless Communication II Financial Analysis & Accounting Management of Innovations Organizational Behaviour Marketing Management Research Methodology E-Business Operations Management Trimester XI Data Warehousing.MBA (Tech. Systems & Practices Advanced Statistical Analysis Business Communication – II Research Project Part –I(Submission) Trimester XII Information Security Strategic Management Financial Management Management of Technology Legal Aspects of Business Industrial Marketing Intellectual Property Management Enterprise Planning System Personality and Creativity Devp.) Computer Engineering Computer Engineering First Year (Common for all branches) Second Year Trimester IV Data Structure & Algorithms Database Management System Digital Design & Computer Organization Communication Systems Business Communication –I Trimester V Operating System Microprocessors Digital Signal Processing Software Engineering – I Principles and Practices of Mgmt.) MBA (Tech. (Workshop) Research Project. Trimester VI Web Engineering Telecom & Computer Networks Software Engineering .Part –II(Presentation) Fifth Year (Common for all branches) 57 .

System & Practices Advanced Statistical Analysis Business Communication-II Research Project Part –I (Submission) Trimester XII Elective-III Strategic Management Financial Management Management of Technology Legal Aspect of Business Industrial Marketing Intellectual Property Management Enterprise Planning System Personality and Creativity Development (Workshop) Research Project. Engines Statistical Methods Third Year Trimester VII Mechanical System Design Heat & Mass Transfer Vibration Engineering Engineering Economics & Accounting Operations Research Constitution of India Business Economics Trimester VIII CAD/CAM & FEA Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Mechatronics Cost Estimation Trimester IX Technical Internship Information Systems For Managers Project Management Safety. Health & Environment Mgmt. Financial Accounting ^compulsory Non.Part – II (Presentation) Fifth Year (Common for all branches) 58 .C.Credit Fourth Year Trimester X Elective-I Manufacturing Management Financial Analysis & Accounting Management of Innovations Organizational Behaviour Marketing Management Research Methodology Operations Management E-Business Trimester XI Elective-II Reliability Engineering Cost Accounting Human Resource Management Corporate Social Responsibility Supply Chain Management Quality Mgmt.) Mechanical Engineering First Year (Common for all branches) Second Year Trimester IV Advanced Mathematics-I Applied Thermodynamics Fluid Mechanics Manufacturing Process-I Strength of Material Business Communication-I Trimester V Advanced Mathematics-II Machine Drawing Theory of Machines-I Manufacturing Processes-II Thermal Engineering Principles and Practices of Mgmt. Trimester VI Fluid Machinery Theory of Machines-II Engineering Design I.MBA (Tech.

Surveying Hydrology Statistical Methods Third Year Trimester VII Applied Thermodynamics Analysis of Structure Intro.) Civil Engineering First Year (Common for all branches) Second Year Trimester IV Advanced Mathematics-I Materials of Construction Fluid Mechanics Strength of Materials Civil Engineering Workshop Practice Business Communication-I Trimester V Advanced Mathematics-II Environmental Engg.-I Financial Analysis & Accounting Management of Innovations Organizational Behaviour Marketing Management Research Methodology Operations Management E-Business Trimester XI Construction Machinery Transportation Engg. Hydraulic Machinery Computer Aided Drafting Numerical Techniques Principles and Practices of Mgmt. & Mgmt.MBA (Tech. Trimester IX Technical Internship ^ Compulsory Non -Credit subject Fourth Year (Proposed) Trimester X Design of Concrete & Steel Structures Transportation Engg. To Finite Element Method Engineering Economics & Accounting Operations Research Constitution of India^ Business Economics Trimester VIII Electrical Installations Safety In Construction Construction Techniques Cost Estimation Information Systems for Managers Project Management Financial Accounting Safety. Trimester VI Water Resources & Mgmt. Soil Mechanics & Foundation Eng. (Workshop) Research Project.Part –II (Presentation) Fifth Year (Common for all branches) 59 .II Cost Accounting Human Resource Management Corporate Social Responsibility Supply Chain Management Quality Mgmt System & Practices Advanced Statistical Analysis Business Communication-II Research Project Part –I (Submission) Trimester XII Contract Administration & Negotiation Strategic Management Financial Management Management of Technology Legal Aspect of Business Industrial Marketing Intellectual Property Management Enterprise Planning System Personality and Creativity Devp. Health & Environment System Mgmt.

Eligibility For B. 60 . Areas Information Technology Computer Engineering Electronics Engineering Electronics & Telecom Engineering Mechanical Engineering Civil Engineering Mumbai (No.B. Specializations Offered and Intake Six technology areas are being offered at Mumbai as well as Shirpur campuses.of Seats) 60 120 60 60 60 60 Shirpur (No. Tech. • Trimester system with proper planning to utilize the resources effectively and efficiently. qualified faculty to ensure high standard of teaching. • Dedicated. (Bachelor of Technology) Programme Duration & Intake Four year Full Time B. learning and evaluation Processes. in the following disciplines with the intake mentioned against each is offered at the Mumbai and Shirpur Campus.Tech. courses. including International IB Diploma and Cambridge Exam with Science or Science Vocational (with PCM and English as compulsory subjects) with minimum 50% marks in PCM. • Industry visits and industry based project work as part of the curricula to provide recognition and reward to the students in the form of job offers or support for further studies and research. • Periodic review and revision of curricula based on feedback from the industry with quick response to ensure the relevance of the programmes to the changing needs of industry. Those awaiting their 10+2 exam results this year may also apply.of Seats) 60 60 60 60 60 Unique Features • Modern facilities to provide ambience and support for curricular and extra curricular activities for the overall development of students.Tech. the candidate must have passed in 10+2 or equivalent. (Minimum 150 marks out of 300).

In the fourth year of the course. Teaching. Stage 2: Based on the performance in the written test.Tech. Course Structure The course structures for various B. approximately 40% of the time will be allotted for industry based project work for which guidance by the faculty will be available and the students will be required to make a presentation of the project work. In the counseling session. candidates will be short-listed. For every subject 50 marks will be assigned for continuous assessment: 5 marks for attendance. there will be theory and practical classes. Programmes are subject to review and revision by the Board of Studies in Engineering Sciences and approval of the Academic Council of the University.Tech. Stage 3: Based on the performance in Stage 1 and Stage 2 and on the candidates' 12th standard PCM marks. student must obtain a minimum of 50% marks in combined total of continuous assessment and term end exam. The venue will be announced well before the test date. and/ or assignments and practical/ oral exam. Time table will be for approximately 32 to 36 contact hours per week for B. Programme will be required to appear for a written test to be conducted at various locations in India. 20 marks for class tests. a composite merit list will be drawn as per criteria laid down by the school. Programmes. Programme if they meet the required standards of the three stage process described below: Stage 1: All candidates aspiring to and eligible for admission to the B. candidates will be allotted admissions to various disciplines as per their choice and availability of discipline. Candidates will be called for a counseling session based on the above merit list. The term end exam will be assigned marks out of 50. Tech. 25 marks for term work containing practical work.Selection Procedure Students are admitted to the B. Learning And Evaluation In most of the subjects. Student is required to have minimum of 80% attendance in the classes for every subject and must complete all the term work prescribed for the subjects.Tech. For passing in a subject. 61 .

Systems Seminar – 3 (Report) Trimester VIII Computer Simulation & Modelling Object Oriented Modeling & Design Environmental Studies ** Advanced Computer Networks* Seminar – 4 (Presentation) Trimester IX Distributed Computing * Software Architecture Wireless Networking Digital Signal Processing * Constitution of India** Mini Project Fourth Year Trimester VII Project Management Image Processing* Elective – I • Artificial Intelligence • Software Testing • Information Storage & Management • Embedded Systems Project-I ** * Syllabus Common with Computer Trimester VIII Data Warehousing & Mining Information Security Elective – II • Soft Computing • Management Information System • GIS • Advanced Image Processing Project-II ** ** Common for all branches.Tech. Information Technology First Year (Common for all branches) Trimester I Applied Mathematics I Applied Science I # Basic Engineering Drawing Basic Electrical Engineering Computer Programming-I Trimester II Applied Mathematics II Communication Skill Engineering Mechanics Basic Electronics Computer Programming-II Trimester III Applied Mathematics III Workshop Practice Applied Science II Electrical Measuring Instruments & Machines Computer Application # Consist of applied Physics and applied Chemistry. Second Year Trimester IV Maths IV ** Digital Logic Design * Data Structures & Algorithms Principles of Communication Programming Workshop* Trimester VI Maths V ** Computer Organization and Architecture * Digital Communication Web Programming Seminar – I (Report) Trimester VII Microprocessor & Microcontroller * Operating System * Database Management System * Computer Networks* Seminar – 2 (Presentation) Third Year Trimester VII Unix Programming * Software Engineering* Principles of Economics and Mgmt. Trimester IX Multimedia Systems Service Oriented Architecture Elective – III • Parallel Computing • E-Commerce • Robotics • High Speed Networking Architecture & Protocols Project-III ** 62 .* Advanced Database Mgmt.B.

B.Tech. Computer Graphics Unix programming Seminar – 4** (Presentation) Trimester IX Image Processing Principles of Compiler Design Advance computer Networks Industrial Economics & Management Project Workshop Fourth Year Trimester X Multimedia Systems Advanced Computer Architecture Elective – I • Network Programming • Software Architecture • Information Storage Management • Advanced DBMS Project-I Trimester XI Intelligent Systems System Security Elective – II • Parallel Processing • Embedded Systems • Data warehousing & Mining • Advanced Image Processing Project-II Trimester XII Mobile Computing Distributed Computing Elective – III • Bio-Informatics • Geographical Information Systems • Robotics • Biometrics • E-commerce Project-III 63 . Computer Engineering First Year (Common for all branches) Second Year Trimester IV Applied Maths IV** Data Structures and Numerical Techniques Digital Logic Design* Micro Processors & Micro Controllers* Programming Workshop* Trimester V Applied Maths –V** Computer Organization & Architecture Analog & Digital Communication Database Management Systems Environmental Studies Seminar – 1**(Report) Trimester VI Discrete Structures Operating Systems System Programming Computer Networks* Seminar – 2** (Presentation) Third Year Trimester VII Theoretical Computer Science Software Engineering Design & Analysis of Algorithms Fundamentals of Web Technology Seminar – 3** (Report) Constitution of India Trimester VIII Digital Signal Processing* Object Oriented Software Eng.

Tech. Seminar – II (Presentation) Electronics Workshop Constitution of India Third Year Trimester VII Industrial Electronics Electro Magnetic Field Theory Advanced Microprocessor TV & Video Engineering Seminar – lII (Report) Trimester VIII Microcontrollers Electronic Instrumentation & Control Antenna & Wave Propogation Industrial Economics & Management Seminar-IV (Presentation) Trimester IX Computer Organization & Architecture Data Communication Discrete Time Signal Processing Project Management Minor Project Fourth Year Trimester X Discrete Time Signal Processing VLSI Design & Technology* Trimester XI Digital Communications* Embedded Systems Environmental Studies** Elective – II • Advanced Digital Signal Processing • Biomedical Instrumentations • Microelectromechanical Systems Project – II ** Common for all branches Trimester XII Data Communications Robotics Elective – III • Wireless Communication • Advanced Microcontrollers • DSP Architecture & Systems Project – III Constitution of India** Elective – I • Microcomputer System Design • Advanced Power Electronics • Image Processing Project – I * Syllabus Common with EXTC 64 .IV ** Advanced Electronics * Electrical Network Analysis & Synthesis * Numerical Techniques * Signals & Systems * - Trimester V Applied Maths .V ** Basic Control Systems Logic Circuit Design * Electronics Circuit Analysis & Design * Seminar – I (Report) - Trimester VI Principles of Communication Engg. * Microprocessor Fundamentals * Analog Integrated Circuits & Applic.B. Electronics Engineering First Year (Common for all branches) Second Year Trimester IV Applied Maths .

III 65 . Trimester VIII Optical Fiber Communication Mobile Communication Elective – II • Data Compression & Encryption • VLSI Design • Speech Processing Project . Wireless Networks Elective – III • Optical Networks • Advanced Communication Networks • Broadband Technology Project .II ** Common to all branches Trimester IX Telecom Network Planning and Mgmt.4 (Presentation) Trimester IX Computer Communication Networks Antenna and Wave Propagation* TV and Video Engineering Industrial Economics & Project Mgmt.** Environmental Studies Minor Project Fourth Year Trimester VII Satellite Communication & Radar Control Systems and Automation Elective – I • Simulation of Communication Systems • Image Processing • Digital Voice Processing Project .I * Syllabus Common with Electronics.Tech. Electronics & Telecom Engineering First Year (Common for all branches) Second Year Trimester IV Applied Mathematics IV** Electrical Networks Analysis and Synthesis * Logic Circuit Design * Advanced Electronics * Numerical Techniques * Trimester V Applied Mathematics V** Signals and Systems * Electronic circuit Analysis and Design* Electronic Instrumentation Seminar – I (Report) Trimester VI Signal Conditioning and Filter Design Principles of Communication Engineering * Electromagnetic Field Theory Integrated Circuits and Wave Shaping Techniques Seminar – II (Presentation) Third Year Trimester VII Microprocessor Fundamentals Microwave Theory and Circuits Communication Circuits Probability and Random Process Constitution of India Seminar .3 (Report) Trimester VIII Microcontrollers & Embedded Programming Digital Signal Processing Microwave Devices Digital communication Seminar .B.

B. Fabrication & Characterization • Reliability Engineering Project-I Trimester XI Total Quality Management Finite Element Analysis Elective – II • Environmental Pollution • Nuclear power generation & safety • Solar Energy Technology • Value Engineering Trimester XII Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Engineering Economics &Accounting Elective – III • Rapid Prototyping & Tooling • Neural Network • Robotics • Management Information System Project-II Project-III 66 .Engines Design of Machine Elements II Metrology and Quality Control Mechanotronics Business Communication Fourth Year Trimester X Design of Mechanical System Automation in Production Elective – I • Tribology • Mechanical Handling systems & Equipments • MEMS: Design. Mechanical Engineering First Year (Common for all branches) Second Year Trimester IV Applied Mathematics IV Applied Thermodynamics Numerical Techniques Material Engineering Fluid Mechanics Machine Drawing Trimester V Applied Mathematics V Manufacturing Process I Fluid Machinery Theory of Machine I Industrial Electronics Seminar I (Report) Trimester VI Computer Graphics Environmental Management Strength of Material Theory of Machine II Constitution of India Seminar II (Presentation) Third Year Trimester VII Thermal Engineering Manufacturing Process II Design of Machine Elements I Industrial Engineering Seminar I (Report) Trimester VIII Vibration Engineering Heat & Mass Transfer Mechanical Measurement & control Manufacturing Management Seminar II (Presentation) Trimester IX I.C.Tech.

II Principles of Management Seminar – II (Presentation) Third Year Trimester VII Water Resources & Mgmt.Tech. & Redevelopment • GIS & Remote Sensing Project Part .IV Constitution of India Applied Thermodynamics Numerical Techniques Surveying – I Fluid Mechanics – I Civil Engg. – I Surveying – II Fluid Mechanics – II Seminar I (Report) Trimester VI Hydrology Strength of Material Computer Graphics Environmental Engg. .II Elective – II • Design of Bridge Structures • Design of Pre Stressed Structures • Mass Rapid Transportation Systems (MRTS) • Real Estate Devp.I Transportation Engg. Civil Engineering First Year (Common for all branches) Second Year Trimester IV Applied Mathematics . Workshop Trimester V Applied Mathematics – V Materials & Structures Environmental Engg. Construction Techniques Design of Concrete Structure Construction Machinery Hydraulic Machinery - Fourth Year Trimester X Design of Steel Structures Transportation Engg – I Elective – I • Interior Design • Town Planning • Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering • Environment Ecology & Resettlement issues Project Part .I Trimester XI Project Management .III 67 . Soil Mechanics Introduction to Finite Element Method Irrigation Concrete Technology Seminar – III (Report) Trimester VIII Analysis of Structures Foundation Engg. .II Contract Administration Elective – III • Green & Intelligent Buildings • Software Development • Quality in Construction • Finance Management • Disaster Management Project Part .B.II Trimester XII Project Management . Building Utilities & Services Risk & Safety in Construction Geology Seminar IV (Presentation) Trimester IX Computational Techniques in Civil Eng.

The application forms will be made available at the school and notified centers. Admission will be based on good score in the General Aptitude paper at E or D Level Examination conducted by C-DAC in various cities followed by personal interview at the NMIMS premises in Mumbai. 68 . The class will be awarded at the end of every year on the basis of total marks or Grade Point Average obtained by the student subject to earning prescribed minimum credits during the year. Approx. The scheme of evaluation will contain theory and practical examination as well as term work and periodical. Those awaiting their final exam results may also apply. Board of Studies The Board of Studies for MCA will be the same as the Board of Studies for Engineering Sciences as shown earlier. Selection Procedure Admission process for the current academic year will start from the month of March. Management or any other discipline from a recognized institution / university. student must obtain a minimum of 50% marks in each of the subject. For passing the subject. 30% of the time will be allocated to industry based project work for which guidance of the faculty will be available. class tests. Eligibility The candidate must have Bachelor's degree with 50% marks in aggregate in Arts. NMIMS University has launched a 3 years Post Graduate MCA Programme with an intake of 60 seats at Mumbai campus under its Mukesh Patel School of Technology Management & Engineering.MCA (Master of Computer Application) Programme Duration & Intake To meet the increasing demand of trained manpower in the field of Computer Applications.cdacmumbai. Interested candidates need to apply in the prescribed application form for being considered for admission to the MCA Programme. assignments etc. Teaching-learning and Evaluation It is a full time programme and timetable will be for Course Structure The Course Structure for MCA Programme is given on subsequent pages subject to review and revision by the Board of Studies and approval of the Academic Council of the University. For further details on examination please visit website: www. Student is required to have minimum 80% attendance in the classes for every subject and must complete all the term work prescribed for the subject. The class for final degree will be awarded on the basis of cumulative performance during all the years for MCA Courses. 32 to 36 contact hours per week in the final year of the course. Science or Commerce.

I • Service Oriented Architecture • Data Mining & Warehousing • Embedded System Seminar Presentation .II Trimester VIII Project in Industry Trimester IX Project in Industry (Contd.MCA (Master of Computer Application) First Year Trimester I ‘C’ Programming Computer Organization & Architecture Discrete Maths Principal of Management Trimester II Communication Skills Operating System Design & Analysis of Algorithms Numerical Computational Techniques Trimester III Structured System Analysis & Design Object Oriented Programming with C++ Data base Management System Statistical Methods Second Year Trimester IV Advanced Database Techniques Object Oriented Modeling & Design Organizational Behaviour Computer Network Trimester V Business Economics JAVA and Web Technologies Software Engineering Operation Research Trimester VI Information Project Management Advanced JAVA Elective .) 69 .) Presentation .I • Parallel Processing • Artificial Neural Network • Network Programming • Multimedia Third Year Trimester VII Wireless Techniques Distributed Computing Management Information System Programming Workshop Elective .I Seminar (Cont.

Tech.D. programme in each specialization must have passed B. Steps have been taken to further strengthen the present system in the country while framing the syllabus. Tech. / B.M.M. (Master in Technology) & Ph.D. (Technology Management) .D.D. For Ph. • To train HR to carry out innovative research for creating intellectual property through master and doctoral programmes. / MBA with B. Tech. Emphasis has been given to the latest development in industry wherein expertise is required.E. the duration is 3-5 years depending upon the performance of the candidate. / M. in each specialization shall extend over two years consisting of three trimesters for the first year and then carry out research work on industry related project followed by submission of dissertation in the second year.Tech. and 1st class at bachelor or masters level. a) Ph.D.E.Tech. (Engineering) . b) Ph. / B.Tech. 70 . • To cater the needs of engineering industries and research organizations at national and international levels. Ph.Tech.M. Programmes total intake is 15 Eligibility Every candidate for the M. M.E.E. The courses have been tailored by leading academicians and experts from the industries. Tech. institutions and research organizations Duration The course of study of M. Intake 18 seats in each specialization of M. or equivalent examination with valid GATE score. programmes are offered in the areas of IT / Computer / Electronics / Electronics & Telecommunication / Chemical / Manufacturing Engineering and Technology Management. in relevant branch of Engineering / Technology with 1st class at Bachelors or Masters level. For Ph. • To prepare engineers to take position in industry. Programme Objectives • To provide excellent education and guidance in engineering branches at postgraduate and research level. / M.Tech. sponsored candidates without GATE score will also be considered. programmes are offered in IT / Computer Engineering / Electronics Engineering and Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering.D. Programmes.

Programme Entrance test followed by personal interview / presentation.E.Tech. 71 . Exam will be conducted at the end of Course work and candidate has to obtain 60% in each of the courses to register for Ph. if they meet the required standards of the two stage processes described below: Stage 1: All candidates aspiring to and eligible for admissions to M. B) For Ph.D. for a personal interview at NMIMS campus.Tech Candidates will be admitted to M.Selection Procedure a) For M. Tech. Candidates will be allotted admissions to the discipline as per the availability/ choice as the case may be. / B. Programme. Board of Studies is the same as given under B. Selection will be on merit. Registration: Selected candidate will have to undergo prescribed course work during two trimesters. Programmes in each specialization shall be short-listed based on their valid GATE score.Tech. Stage 2: Personal Interview : Candidates short listed in stage 1 shall be interviewed at the institute premises and the merit list will be prepared accordingly. Degree score. in the area of interest as mentioned in their application form.D. Sponsored candidates shall be short listed on the basis of their B. Course work • Research methodology • Statistical methods of analysis • Elective to be decided by the guide relevant to the specific branch.Tech.

M.II Seminar – 3 Elective – II (Any One) Software Quality IP Traffic Engineering Fuzzy Logic & Neural Network Second Year Trimester IV Trimester V Trimester VI Project Work: ON related topic and dissertation.Tech.I Seminar – 2 Elective – I (Any One) Mobile Computing & Wireless Networking System & Network Security Artificial Intelligence Software Architecture Trimester III Parallel Processing Biometrics Elective . (Teaching assistance ship will be provided to deserving candidates) Computer Engineering First Year Trimester I Computer Networking Design Principles Data Warehousing & Mining Advanced Image Processing Seminar – 1 Trimester II Distributed Systems Computer Vision Elective .I Seminar – 2 Elective – I (Any One) Computer Vision System & Network Security Artificial Intelligence Software Architecture Trimester III IP Traffic Engineering Pattern Recognition Elective .II Seminar – 3 Elective – II (Any One) Software Quality Parallel Processing Fuzzy Logic & Neural Network Biometrics Second Year Trimester IV Trimester V Trimester VI Project Work: ON related topic and dissertation. (Teaching assistance ship will be provided to deserving candidates) 72 . Information Technology First Year Trimester I Computer Networking Design Principles Data Warehousing & Mining Software Engineering Methodology Seminar – 1 Trimester II Distributed Systems Mobile Computing and Wireless Networking Elective .

II Seminar – 3 Elective – II (Any One) Telecom Network Management Multimedia Networks Advance Image Processing * Common with Electronics Second Year Trimester IV Trimester V Trimester VI Project Work: ON related topic and dissertation.Tech. (Teaching assistance ship will be provided to deserving candidates) 73 . (Teaching assistance ship will be provided to deserving candidates) Electronics Engineering First Year Trimester I VLSI Design* Optical fibre communication Networks* Advanced Digital Communication* Seminar – 1 Trimester II Mechatronics Advanced DSP* Elective .I Seminar – 2 Elective – I (Any One) Embedded Systems Artificial Neural Network System Design Mechatronics Trimester III Power Electronics System Desgin Advanced Medical Electronics Elective . Electronics & Telecom Engineering First Year Trimester I VLSI Design* Optical fibre communication Networks* Advanced Digital Communication* Seminar – 1 Trimester II Microwave Integrated Circuits Advanced DSP* Elective .M.II Seminar – 3 Elective – II (Any One) Industrial Automation Advanced Computer Architecture Advanced Computer Networks * Common with Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering Second Year Trimester IV Trimester V Trimester VI Project Work: ON related topic and dissertation.I Seminar – 2 Elective – I (Any One) Wireless Communication Systems Antenna System & Design Embedded system* Trimester III Applied Satellite communication Advanced Microwave Engineering Elective .

Examination. Moreover. duration. programme contents. Attendance Norms. Ragging is strictly prohibited in the university premises and outside. faculty. Conduct of these programmes is governed by various rules and by-laws as laid down and modified from time to time by NMIMS. fees. 74 . etc. All disputes are subject to the legal jurisdiction of Mumbai only. evaluation and standard of passing and so on. admission and refund policies. Disclaimer NMIMS reserves the right to make any changes as it may deem fit to the items contained in this brochure.Ban on Ragging in the University Ragging is banned in the university and anyone found indulging in ragging is liable to be punished appropriately which may include expulsion from the university. XXXIII of 1999) published in Maharashtra Govt. Copies of current rules and by-laws are available with the registrar for perusal. regarding Course Outline. 1999 (Mah. which is made available to every student who joins the university. NMIMS reserves the right to assign any of those faculty to any programme. are given in the Students Resource Book (SRB). Gazette on 15th May 1999. NMIMS also benefits from the services of a large number of industry professionals who serve as part-time or visiting faculty. Grading. The students found guilty of ragging earlier will not be admitted to this university. including the programme name. Academic Guidelines Detailed Academic Guidelines. Besides the faculty members mentioned in this brochure.. Students involved in ragging other students will be punished as per ‘The Maharashtra Prohibition of Ragging Act. it will be mentioned in the Migration Certificate of such students that they are expelled because of indulgence in ragging. channel and methods of delivery.

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