Industry - Institute Linkages
NMIMS is proactive in Industry-Institute Partnership addressing all aspects, which enhances
networking between academia and industry. The university maintains a sustained relationship with
companies to expose the students to the realms of the corporate environment.
The primary focus of the school is to provide students with excellent education relevant to the
present and emerging industry requirements. For this purpose the industry linkage is an important
factor and this is in-built into the curriculum. 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. 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.
Linkages with Technical Institutions in the Region
The school has on its Board of Studies several leading educationists like Principals, Ex-Principals and
Sr. Professors of reputed engineering institutions, Ex-Director-IIT-Madras, Director- CDAC, etc.
Continuous interactions are maintained with these institutions.
NMIMS University signs MOU with University of Houston, College of Engineering, Houston, Texas.
In order to ensure that our brew has global appeal, NMIMS University has been collaborating with
global institutions of repute. The relationships already exist with the following:
• Harvard Business School
• Athens University of Economics and Business, Greece.
• ESC Rouen, EUROMED Marseille Ecole de Management, France.
• Grenoble Ecole de Management, Grenoble, France.
• University of Houston, USA.
• Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland USA.
• Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT), Melbourne, Australia.
• Senaca College of Applied Arts & Technology, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
• ESSCA, Angers, Grance.
• ESSCA, Budapest, Hungery.
• EUROMED, Merseille, France.
Linkages with R&D Laboratories
The programme is in its infancy and this aspect will be looked into in the coming few years. 25
students of first batch of M. Tech. who completed the programme were awarded a degree at the
convocation - 2008. 45 students have been enrolled for Ph.D. Engineering Science since 2006-07
and they are pursuing their research work.
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. This includes IEEE, ISTE, IICHE, ISTD,
ISME, IETE, PMI etc.
Industrial Training & Project Work
Under MBA (Tech.) Programme, the 9th trimester which falls under the 3rd year is earmarked for
Industrial Training and a minor project of 3-5 months duration. 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.
In the 13th trimester, the students will undertake a major project of 3-5 months duration in the
industry. This project will address the industry's pressing needs in any techno-managerial field. The
objective of the programme shall be to enhance the students' managerial skills & promote a strong
bonding with the industry.
Both the training/ project work mentioned above carry full credits and the students would be
evaluated based on their training performance, their project report & their performance in the
subsequent presentation/ viva examination.
Under B.Tech programme, students are required to undergo four to six weeks summer training at the
end of third year in industry. It gives the interns a glimpse of the corporate arena and allows them to
develop their skill sets. The college placecom maintains a database of students' profiles through
which companies can search for prospective interns meeting their project requirements.
Accenture Ltd. Geodesic Information Systems
Airtel Grail Research (A Division of Integreon)
Akzonobel Coating India Pvt. Ltd. Grasim India Ltd.
Alcatel Lucent GTL Ltd.
Aol Gulf Oil Ltd.
Arsh Advisors & Owners Ltd. Hcl Comnet
Aviva Life Insurance. Hcl Technologies Ltd.
Axiom Education Pvt. Ltd. Hewlett-packard India Sales Pvt. Ltd.
Bajaj Consultancy Hindustan Unillever Ltd.
Barclays HP India
Barco Electronics HPCL
Best (it) World HSBC
Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd. (BPCL) IBM
Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd. (BSNL) ICICI Bank
Bharati Airtel Ltd. IDBI Bank
Boc (India) Ltd. Idea Cellular Ltd.
Capgemini India Oil Corporation Ltd.
Capital Iq (a Division Of Standard And Poor’s) Indusind Bank
Citigroup Global Services Ltd. Invensys Plc
Cmc Ltd. ITC Ltd.
Crompton Greaves Ltd. Johnson & Johnson
CSC JSW Ltd.
Dell India KPMG
E & Y Ltd. Larsen & Toubro Infotech Ltd.
Electro Therm India Pvt. Ltd. Larsen & Toubro Ltd.
Enercon (India) Ltd. Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd.
Essar Group Marico
Fino Maruti Suzuki India Ltd.
Future Knowledge Services Matrix Cellular
Ge Healthcare Matrix Telecom
Genpact Maxwell Industries Ltd.
Meghraj Finance Rogen Swartz
Moserbaer Saraswat Infotech.
Motilal Oswal Schlumberger
MTNL Siemens Ltd.
National Stock Exchange Of India Ltd. Spanco
NCR Corporation Ltd. St Microsystems
Nerolac Paints Standard Chartered
Net Core Solutions Ltd. Sterlite
Nokia Siemens Network Ltd. Sun Microsystems
NSE IT Synergy Consulting
(N) Code Solutions Tata Communications
Oil And Natural Gas Corporation Ltd. (ONGC) Tata Consultancy Services
Oil Field Instrumentation Ltd. Tata Consulting Engineers Ltd.
Onemobile Tata Motors Ltd.
Oracle Financial Services Tata Steel Ltd.
Oracle Management Services Pvt. Ltd. Tata Technologies Ltd.
Orange Tata Teleservices Ltd.
Patni Computer Systems Ltd. Tavant Technologies
PCS Technology TCI Ltd.
Pepsico Tech Mahindra
Pfizer Ltd. U-Flex
Pidilite Industries Ltd. Uhde India Ltd.
Prabhudas Liladhar Union Bank
Pricewaterhouse Coopers United Phosporous Ltd.
Prime Securities UTI Asset Management Co. Ltd.
Rallis India Ltd. Vodafone Essar Ltd.
Red Hat Wipro Technologies
Reliance Communications Yamaha Ltd.
Reliance Industries Ltd. Zycom
Reliance Infrastructure Ltd.
Feedback from Industry
1. MR.MOHANEESH – TECHNICAL LEAD (TAVANT TECHNOLOGIES) :
Awesome Work, Love the Quality and Knowledge.
2. R. SUMAN ARUNAGIRI – MANAGER HR ( TAVANT TECHNOLOGIES) :
It was really nice to meet very nice students after a long time. All students I met were smart and
our selection process was made difficult. This is a significant achievement considering this is the
3. HUNAIN MALIK (HCL) :
Excellent Hospitality, Very Good Students during my Interactions. Like to pick folks from here
and have a long time Association.
4. NISHANT IKHAR – RECRUITMENT TEAM (HCL) :
Amazing Hospitality, Good Knowledge, Keep the passion and drive your life to future rather
5. ASHISH BHOJANI – LEAD CONSULTANT – CSG (HCL) :
Good Campus and Great Students.
6. RITUPARANA GHOSH – MANAGER HR (HCL) :
Good Infrastructure, Excellently Organized Campus Activity and Well Rounded Students.
7. ANURAG KAUSHIK – TECHNICAL LEAD (HCL) :
Good Technical Understanding among the Students. A Good Experience.
8. MEHRAZ PARAKH – TECHNICAL LEAD (TECH MAHINDRA) :
Technically Very Strong, Impressive, Good at Soft Skills.
9. PRITI SHAH – PROJECT MANAGER (TECH MAHINDRA) :
Very Good at Soft Skills, Technically Good and Very Good Hospitality.
10. VIVEK SAWANT – PROGRAMME MANAGER (TECH MAHINDRA) :
Good in Technical and Hospitality.
11. K.S.RAJAGOPALAN, RMG – SR. MANAGER (TECH MAHINDRA) :
Impressive Mannerism, Value System, Attitude. Thanks for the Support and Hospitality.
12. SUDHANSHU MISHRA – LEAD TALENT ACQUISITION (INFOSYS) :
• The students from MPSTME surprised us as we were not actually expecting such a good
performance. Their students are very polished, have put great efforts in acquiring skills
during their project work and classrooms. 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.
• The students are good and the plus point has been the hunger to prove themselves and I
hope that this continues in the further batches. The approach and attitude of students was
very good and that enhances the college talent measure.
Students' Council consists of class knowledge not only in theory but also
representatives, lady representative, secretaries practically, they get updated on the recent
of cultural, technical and sports committees and achievements in the field of science and
General Secretary: Puneet Saraf technology.
Joint General Secretary: Apurva Shah and
Sakshi Madan Cultural Committee
“The culture of an individual, comprising
Colloquium positive personality, strength and vision to excel
The Guest Lecture cell of MPSTME established in in life, is cultivated through events and people
2007, has been instrumental in creating a around them."
platform for interaction between experienced
professionals and some very big names in the Apart from academic excellence, the college
industry. The Guest Lecture cell in two years of also provides a platform to the students to
its existence has been successful in helping showcase their skills in cultural activities through
students of the institute to get an insight in the the cultural committee which is traditionally
industry. Some of the very distinguished from called “ZISTATVA”. Zistatva has organised
the industry have been: events like dandiya night, tattoo making,
• Mr. Jal Khodaiji, Business Head, Godrej traditional day, chocolate day, etc and plans to
Interio, India. organise other innovative events in the near
• Lt. Col. Duane 'Duey' Kautzmann (retd. future. It also involves participation of the
USAF) students in various events of other colleges
which include festivals like UMANG, MOODI,
KSHITIJ, etc. By this, the committee infuses
positive aggression and fires up the competitive
The word TECHNICAL refers to "Knowledge
spirit through cutting edged training in various
and proficiencies required in the
cultural programmes, thus bringing out the
accomplishment of engineering, scientific, or
performer hidden inside every person.
any specific task".
The technical committee of SVKM'S NMIMS
MPSTME is a group of technically efficient
teachers and students who work towards
enhancing as well as discovering technical
abilities in students. This is done with help of
various workshops and competitions which help
the students to judge their skills and improve
them further. These events are done under the
guidance of experts who share their knowledge
with students thereby instructing them about
the facts and also answering their doubts. Such
events help students to gain technical
Sattva two-day event welcomed elite guests from the
i n d u s t r y, M r. R a v i E b b a t u r i o f Ta t a
Sattva is NMIMS University's National Level
Communications, Mr. Kumar Abhishek of Sun
Mega Festival conducted and managed by
Microsystems, Mr. Ravi Raman and Mr. L S
Students of MPSTME. Sattva comprises of two
Subramanian of the Computer Society of India.
major components i.e. A Technical and A
Technical events are an intrinsic part of any
Cultural Festival. Colleges and Universities from
technical festival. These events when coupled
around India participate in this mega-event. In
with innovation lead to the emergence of a
the past two years of Sattva being conducted,
range of technical cum fun activities. An
some names from the entertainment industry
introductory workshop on Open Source by Mr.
who have attended, performed or Judged
Kumar Abhishek, Sun Microsystems, Mumbai
competitions include, Shaan, MTV-Roadies
enlightened the students on the benefits of
Judge Raghu, MTV VJ Anushka Dandekar, DJ
adopting Open Source technologies to develop
Akhtar, The Band of Boys & Anjana Sukhani.
TAQNEEQ provided students a stage to portray
their talent and creativity with events under
technical as well non-technical categories. The
festival also endorsed social causes under
Corporate Social Responsibility.
The other activities of the CSI Student Branch in
the academic session include an Industrial Visit
to BARC, Introductory Session on SAP,
CSI Student Chapter SRF NMIMS MPSTME
CSI Student Branch at Mukesh Patel School of NMIMS believes that social responsibility is a key
Technology Management and Engineering, contributor to progress and hence the institute
NMIMS was started as a professional body has courses designed to sensitize young
where students could meet and exchange their managers to their social responsibility. As an
views and information, learn and share ideas. outcome of this social sensitization process,
The activities of the CSI Student Branch at students in 2003 formed “Social Responsibility
Mukesh Patel School of Technology Forum” (SRF), a voluntary association of
Management and Engineering include industrial students.
visits, workshops, seminars, etc. The Student
Branch has over 250 members on date. SRF is active throughout the year, constantly
organizing events, drives, movie shows,
undertaking consultation for NGOs etc. The cell
has grown from 4 active members in 2003 -
The Student Branch organized its second annual
2004 to 150 members in 2009-10.
technical festival “TAQNEEQ” on the 12th and
13th of December, 2009. The theme of this
Our mission is “to organize consolidated
festival was 'Emerge, Evolve, Elate' , along the
campaigns for social causes and welfare at the
lines of sustainable growth through innovation.
district, city, state and eventually national level
and to offer our consultancy services to NGOs to
The festival was an exemplary exhibition of
enhance their management and functioning.”
seminars, workshops and competitions. The
• Successfully organized the Candle Light
Drive on 26th November 2009
• A T-shirt making competition, proceeds of
which will be channelized for social causes.
• Organised A Fun-Fair for Mentally
challenged students on Children Day.
• Blood Donation Drive: Contributing 272
units of blood for 2 major hospitals.
The Editorial Board NMIMS IEEE
The Editorial Board (EdBoard), MPSTME's official The NMIMS IEEE student branch was started in
“Publishing House”, was formed back in 2006- the year 2006 with initial student strength of
07. It comprises dedicated students who work over 80. The branch is affiliated to the IEEE
round the year, pasting together snippets of life Mumbai section. The branch consists of a
at MPSTME, new and upcoming technology, dedicated group of students who aim to gain
current affairs, industry - and academia-related exposure to new technical advancements for
content, reviews, poetry, (digital) art, trivia, greater career opportunities, through team
quizzes, polls, guest articles etc. meets and various other events, held regularly,
to keep themselves abreast with the latest
A faculty panel of prominent names in NMIMS developments in cutting-edge technology.
streamlines our activities with its experience and
expertise in various fields.
Project Management Institute
The EdBoard has three prestigious publications (PMI)
to its name: Project Management is a key thrust area for the
MBA (Tech.) programme being conducted by
• “Verve” – The Annual Magazine SVKM's NMIMS University's MPSTME. PMI
• “Pulse” – The Trimesterly Newsletter (Project Management Institute) is a worldwide
apex body of PM Professionals with Chapters all
over the world. PMI & MPSTME jointly organized
their first major event on 18th Oct. 2008 at
SANTOKBA hall, Ville Parle (W), which was
presided over by Dr. Jayant P. Gandhi, In-charge,
MPSTME. Mr. Steven L. Fahrenkrog, PMI VP-
Regional Development, graced the occasion as
the Chief Guest and delivered a lecture on
"Value of PM". The highlight of the event was
the launching of a Students Branch of PMI - keep students abreast with latest happenings in
Mumbai Chapter in MPSTME campus, the likes corporate and financial world.
of which has never been seen before. Some of • A guest lecture was delivered by Mr. Dheeraj
the very distinguished from the industry have Vaidya, managing partner, Corporate Bridge
been: on “Careers in Financial Domain”
• Rajesh Patel, CEO, Power Weave Inc. organized by FinDrome, the finance cell of
• Mr. Jatin Kaji, Blue Star Infotech Ltd MPSTME on 8th December 2009 in the
• Mr. Ratish Pandya, Sourcing Advisor, Seminar Hall, MPSTME.
Systems Plus Solutions
• Mr. Sushanto Mitra,, CEO & Member of
Governing Body, Society for Innovation &
PRISM is a student oriented council which aims
at enhancing the soft skills of students of
• Mr. Edwin Andrews, the PMI director for
Mukesh Patel School of Technology
educational and academic programs and
Management and Engineering. The prime
services and ex- Dean – Pennsylvania
objective of the cell is to empower students to
acquire professional success and excel in their
workplace. The cell aims at imparting
Findrome knowledge and enhancing skills of students in
The finance cell of NMIMS University's Mukesh order to meet corporate expectations. PRISM
Patel School of Technology Management and was set up in the academic year 2009 – 2010
Engineering (MPSTME) is a students' body under the guidance of Dr. P. K. Garg, Dean –
which organizes events based on financial Technology Management and Prof. Sudarsana
themes like guest lectures from industry experts Sarkar so as to provide the students with the
like Mr. Bharat Banka, CEO & MD of Aditya Birla necessary expertise, resources and support to
Capital Advisors, Mr. Jitin Khera, VP of HSBC master the art of self assessment, decision
India etc. Events like virtual stock market, making, goal setting and developing
management simulation games, case study meaningful networking at workplace.
competition & panel discussions, envisage to
Hundred percent placement was achieved for the very first batch of MBA (Tech.) students who
passed in 2009. Sector wise placements are mentioned below.
Nano Tech Manufacturing
The first batch of B.Tech programme is graduating in May 2010. MPSTME takes pride to have
Excellent final placements for its students of final year B.Tech across all the four streams viz.
Electronics & Telecommunication, Electronics, Computer Science, IT successfully through its
The campus recruitment procedure ensures that students are employed in companies that cater to
their areas of expertise. With NMIMS attracting the big corporate companies, the B.Tech. placement
cell at MPSTME ensures participation of diversified industries. This gives the students the
opportunity to pursue a career in their chosen field of interest. Some of the big companies which
visited the campus this year for final placements are:-
• Capital IQ (A division of Standard and Poor's)
• Grail Research (A division of Integreon)
• Tech Mahindra
• HCL Comnet
• Patni Computer Systems Ltd.
• Tavant Technologies and many more...
Till December 2009, I was one of the many B.Tech final year students who was worried about our placements
and whether anyone from the first batch of B.Tech MPSTME would actually land a job.
The New Year changed all that in a jiffy! January 2010 saw companies like Infosys, Accenture and Capital IQ to
name a few making offer to a large number of students who fared exceedingly well in the aptitude test and
I speak on behalf of most students when I say that the day we got jobs in our hands, it left us with a superlative
feeling of joy, relief and security.
- Abhinav Dayal, B.Tech. (EXTC)
With the threat of unemployment looming due to recession, there was palpable tension in the air as I entered
the 4th year. Good news came late in the year (around December) in the form of Capital IQ and Infosys visiting
our campus. The procedure was very smooth and students grabbed the chance to show their calibre, exceeding
the expectations of the recruiters and putting their apprehensions to rest.
The hard work and long hours put in by the placement committee slowly began to bear fruit when reputed
companies such as Accenture recruited students in droves. Placement Committee was always there to clear my
doubts, and noted as an effective interface between us & the industry. Assistance was provided in the form of
seminars to tackle aptitude tests, interviews, GDs etc.
I would like to wrap up my narration of my experiences by saying that Placement Committee did a
commendable job and has placed our college firmly in the minds of recruiters looking for quality students.
- Neavin Samuel, B.Tech (Comp. Engg.)
The year 2010 brought to our college what the students were eagerly awaiting - companies looking to recruit
us! January was a busy month for all of us with trimester-end examinations and company aptitude tests
simultaneously looming upon us. Thankfully, it was a breeze for me; I was selected by the 1st ever company visit
our campus - Infosys
The amount of work put in by our Placement Cell stood out - they had already made the t's we had to cross and
the i's we had to dot. The efforts put in by the Placement Cell have resulted in a vast majority of our first B.Tech.
batch being placed, something which we did not expect when the hue and cry of "recession" was wrecking
havoc among companies.
To sum it up - I'm a happy person with what the Placement Cell and the College has helped me achieve!
- Sameer Puri, B.Tech. (IT)
Being in the 1st batch of B.Tech here, I was apprehensive about how the placement procedure would go about.
Although NMIMS was a great name, the Placement Committee has had to work day and night to ensure our
The Placement Committee efficiently helped us in each step and was instrumental in ensuring that the whole
batch was placed.
They provided us guidance regarding the aptitude tests, and both HR and technical interviews. This helped me a
lot and I was placed in the very first company which came here.
To sum it all, the placement committee has done a comprehensive and commendable job.
- Dev Sharma, B.Tech. (Comp. Engg.)
Mukesh Patel School Of Technology
Management & Engineering
The faculty consists of 100 full-time members. In addition, there are almost 150 more visiting faculty.
Each member is unique and diverse for his or her spectacular achievements in the industry and also
for their proficiency in teaching. Not surprisingly then, MPSTME faculty members are admired,
respected and much sought after.
MPSTME faculty members have presented papers at various national and international seminars and
conferences, written well-acclaimed books and developed case-studies referred to by one and all.
MUMBAI CAMPUS Prof. A. C. Mehta
Dr. D. J. Shah Chairperson (Operations)
Dean M.E. (Mech.), D.I.S, M.I.E, C.Engg. (I)
Chemical Engineering Machine Design, Manufacturing Engg.
M.Chem., Ph.D. (Tech.), DMS & Management, Industrial Safety
Dr. Pradeep Kumar Prof. R.C. Agarwal
Dean (Technology Management) Chairperson (Technology Management)
B.Sc., B.Tech. (Mech.Engg.), PGDIE and Ph.D. B.Com., CAIIR, FCA, CA
Management Information Systems, Finance & HR
Systems Analysis and Design,
ERP, Knowledge Management and
PROFESSORS Prof. Devendra Pandey
Dr. Nandini Jog MBA, B.Tech. in Chemical Engineering,
Professor & HOD (Electronics Engineering) Marketing
B.Sc. (Maths),B.Tech. (Hons.), M.E.(Elct.), Ph.D.
(Tech.) Prof. Amal Roy
Electrical Engineering B.E. (Mech.), M.Tech. (Ind. Engg. & Mgmt.)
Supply Chain Management , Operations
Dr. Anant Jhaveri Management
Professor & HOD (Chemical Engg.) Business Strategy, Project Management
Ph.D. (Tech.) - Chemical Engineering
Process Engineering Prof. Sanjeev Arora
B.Com. MMS, MBA
Dr. Abhijit Mukherji Marketing
Professor & HOD (Electronics & Telecom Engg.)
Ph.D. ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
Bio Medical Engineering & Control Systems Prof. Rajesh Y. Patil
HOD (Manufacturing Engineering)
Dr. Vijay Raisinghani B.E., M.E. (Production Engineering)
Professor & HOD (Information Technology) Manufacturing Engineering & Automation
B.E.(Machine Tools Engg.), M.Tech. (IT), Ph.D.
(IT), Prof. Pravin Shrinath
Protocol Stacks HOD (Computer Engineering)
B.E. (Computer), M.Tech. (Comp. Engg.),
Dr. K. D. Desai Computers
B.E (Elect.) , M.E (Elex-Comp Sc) & Ph.D. Prof. Kedar Subramanian
(Tech.) B.E. (Comp.), MBA (Finance & IT)
Biomedical Technology Management, OOAD, Application
of IT in Financial Sector
Dr. H. B. Kekre
Sr. Professor (Computer Engineering) Prof. Manoj Sankhe
Ph.D. (System Identification) B.E. (Electronics), M.E. (Digital Electronics)
Image Processing, Signal Processing Electronics: Embedded Systems, Neural
Prof. V. Seshadri
B.Tech., DMS Prof. Vaishali Kulkarni
Technology Management, Quality Engineering, B.E. (Electronics), M.Tech.
R&D Management, Project Management Electronics / Telecommunications
ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR Prof. Sudeep Thepade
Prof. Ketan Shah B.E. (Computer), M.E. (Computer Engg.)
B.E., M.E. (Electronics), PGDCA, PDMMSE Image Processing, Computer Networks, Object
Information Technology Oriented Analysis & Design
Dr. V.P.N. Padmanaban Prof. Dhirendra Mishra
M.Sc., Ph.D. (Physics) M.E. (Comp.)
High-TC Superconductors Image Processing
Prof. Vinod Jain Prof. Avinash More
B.E. (Electronics Instr.), B.E. (Electronics)
M.S. (VLSI Design & Comp. Architecture) Microprocessor, Microcontrollers, Embedded
Computer Architecture and VLSI System System
Prof. Nikhil Gala
Prof. Pintu Shah B.E. (Electronics & Telecommunication),
B.E., PGDIT Electronics & Telecommunication
Prof. Sheetal Gonsalves
Prof. Nishita Parekh M.Sc. (Mathematics), M.Phil.
B.E. (Chemical) Mathematics
Prof. Sanjay Sange
Prof. Pratidnya Hegde Patil B.E. (Industrial Electronics)
MCA, PGDST, DCAT Image Processing, Electronic Devices &
Information Technology Circuits,
Electric Networks, ADBMS
Prof. Rashmi K. Bhatia
Dip. in (Elec.), AMIETE, M.Tech. Prof. Vandana Kotak
Electronics, Circuits & System Design M.Sc. (Mathematics), M.Phil.
Prof. Anushree Chaturvedi
M.Sc. (Chem.) Prof. Anjana Rodrigues
Chemistry B.Tech. (EEE),
Electronics & Telecommunication
Prof. Girish Bagale
Dip. in (Mech.),B.E. (Auto), Dr. Priy Brat Dwivedi
M.Tech. (Prod. Tech. & Mgmt.) M.Sc. (Chemistry), Ph.D.,
Prof. S. Nagalakshmi Prof. Prashasti Kanikar
M. Sc. (Mathematics) B.E. (Computer Sc. & Engg.)
Applied Mathematics Computer Engg.
Prof. Rukhsana Khan Prof. Abhay Kolhe
B.E. (Electronics), MBA (HRD), ADCSSA B.E. (Computer Engg.), MBA (Finance)
Electronics Computer Engineering
Prof. Lakshmi Gorty Prof. Krishna Palod
B.Sc., M.Sc., M.Phil. (Mathematics) MCA
Prof. Sawankumar R. Naik Prof. Ashish J. Deshmukh
M.Tech. (Production Technology & M.E. (Production Technology & Management)
Management) Production Technology & Management
Production / Operations Management
Prof. Shilpa D'Cunha Prof. Sonal Parmar
M.Sc., B.Ed. B.E. (EXTC), M.Tech. (Electronics Engineering)
Mathematics Radar, Satellite & Optical Communication
Prof. Shubha Puthran Dr. Ajay Phirke
B.E. (Computer Science) M.Sc., Ph.D.
Computer Science (COA, C Programming, Physics
Prof. Abeezar Vasi
Prof. Dimple Parekh B.E. M.S.
B.E. (IT) Digital Signal Processing
Prof. Rakhshan Anjum Shaikh
Prof. Sudarsana Sarkar B.E. (EXTC)
M.A. (English Literature), MBA (HR), M.Phil. EXTC
Literature & Cultural Studies
Prof. Manisha Tiwari
Prof. Cheruvu Bharathi MCA
M.Sc. (Pure Mathematics), M.Phil. DBMS
Mathematics with Operations Research
Prof. Mamta Ubnare
Prof. Kanchan Bakade B.Tech. (IT)
B.E. (EXTC) Java, Linux, C++, Networking, AI, ASP.Net,
RF & Microwaves, Digital Electronics Compiler Design
Prof. Avinash Tandle Prof. Pankti Doshi
B.E. (Electronics & Telecommunication) B.E. (Comp.)
EXTC DBMS, Object Oriented Programming
Prof. Sakshi Sharma Prof. Sonali Shukla
B.Tech. (Computer Science) B.E., M.Tech., BCA
Computer Science & Engg. Distributed Database
Prof. Mahesh Maurya Prof. Manjusha Joshi
B.E.(Computer Science & Engg.) Dip. (IT & CM), B.E. (Electronics &
Computer Science & Engg. Communication), M.E. (Electronics)
Electronics & Neurol Network
Prof. Rekha Vig
B.E. (EXTC) Prof. Alpa Reshamwala
EXTC B.E. (Comp), M.E. (Comp)
Data Mining, Distributed Database,
Prof. Pallavi Halarnkar Software Management, Operating System
B.E. (Computer Engg.)
Computers Prof. Mitesh Bhatt
Prof. Rahul Pathare Information Technology
B.E. (Electronics & Telecommunication)
Electronics & Telecommunication
Prof. Shivangi Borasia Prof. Umamaheshwari
B.E. (IT) B.E. (Comp.)
Database Management (DBMS), C++
Operating Systems, Computer Networks
Prof. Krupa Mehta
Prof. Vipul Gohil Dip. In Electronics, B.E. (Electronics)
B.E. (Electronics) Microprocessors and Microcontrollers
Microprocessors, Microcontrollers and Digital
Electronics Prof. Chetashri Bhadane
Prof. Ketki Deshmukh Operating Systems, Data Base Management
B.E. (EXTC), Systems
Prof. Tazeen Sheikh Ms. Ruta Ajgaonkar
B.E. (Electronics) B.E. (Comp)
Electronics C,C++, System Security, Operating Systems
Prof. Mathew Rejo Rajan Ms. Arushi Sachdeva
B.E. (EXTC) B.E. (Comp)
MS SQL, C Programming C, C++, Operating System, Computer
Prof. Grishma Kulkarni
B.H.Sc. with Hospitality, Administration & Ms. Varsha Mali
Mgmt., Dip. In T&T, MBA (Strategy) B.E. (IT)
Strategy & Marketing IT
Prof. Rupashree Baral Mr. Siddharth Patankar
MA (IR & PM), B.E. (EXTC)
Human Resources Management Fibre Optics Communication, Microprocessor
Prof. Jinu Kurian Mr. Kushal Adhvaryu
M.Sc., B.E. (Comp)
Environmental Management JAVA, DBMS
Prof. Kashmira Parmar Mr. Navin Kumar
Dip. Electronics & Communication, B. E. (EXTC)
B.E. (Electronics), M.E. (Communication EXTC
System Engg.) Electronics & communication,
Antenna & Satellite Communication.
Prof. Vijay Katkar
B.E. (IT), M.Tech (Computer)
Data Warehousing, Data Mining, Embedded
SHIRPUR CAMPUS Prof. Amar Khalore
Prof. R. R. Sedamkar B.E. (E&P Engg.)
Associate Dean Electronics & Power Engg.
B.E., M.E. (Comp. Engg.)
Networking / Data Compression Dr. Malvika Sharma
ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS Chemistry
Dr. N. S. Choubey
M.E. (Comp Engg.), Ph.D. Prof. Hari Mohan Pandey
Computer Engineering B.Tech. (CSE)
Computer / IT
Prof. Suryakant Patil Prof. Varsha Nemade
B.E., M.E. (Comp. Engg.) B.E. (Comp. Engg.)
Computer Engineering Computer
Prof. Rahul M. Samant Prof. Vivek Sharma
B.E. (Comp. Engg.), M.E. (Info. Tech.) M.Sc. (Mathematics)
Information Technology Mathematics
Prof. Shailendra B. Prof. Prashant Udawant
B.E. (Electrical), M.E. (Ind. Engg.) B.Tech. (Comp. Engg.)
Prof. Atul Patil Prof. Meeta Manwani
B.E., M.E. (Elect. with Comp. Tech.) MCA
Prof. Shashikant Patil Prof. Sonia Relan
B.E. (Electronics), M.Tech. (EXTC) B.E. (Comp. Engg.)
EXTC Information Technology
Prof. Preeti Patil Prof. Ravindra Bhatt
B.E., M.E. (Comp. Engg.) B.E. (Electronics)
Computer Engineering EXTC
Prof. Vishal Fegade Prof. Yogesh Chaudhary
B.E. (Mech.), M.E. (Design Engg.) B.E. (Comp. Engg)
Prof. Pranav Kayande Prof. Sachin Sonawane
B.E.(Comp. Engg), MBA(IT & Marketing) B.E. (Electronics)
Prof. Sudhir Chaurey Prof. Shivaji Methe
M.E. (CIM), AMIE (Mech.) M.A, M.Phil (English)
Manufacturing Communication Skills
Prof. Bipin Jadhav Prof. Sumedh Kambale
M.Sc. (Mathematics) B.E. (EXTC)
Prof. Vivekanand Bagal Prof. Amruta Joshi
M.Sc. (Physics) B.E. (Comp. Engg)
Prof. Govind Rajput Prof. Shraddha Tholiya
M.Sc. (Mathematics) B.E. (Comp. Engg)
Prof. Chadrashekar Badgujar TEACHING ASSISTANTS
B.E. (IT) Mr. Deepak Patil
Information Technology B.E. (Mech.)
Prof. Samadhan Sonawane
B.E. (Comp. Engg) Mr. Sachin Chavan
Computer B.E. (Comp. Engg.)
Prof. Kruti Shah
B.E. (IT) Mr. Tukaram Gawali
Information Technology B.E. (IT)
Prof. Yogesh Borse
B.E. (EXTC) ASSOCIATE & VISITING FACULTY
EXTC (MUMBAI & SHIRPUR)
ASSOCIATE FACULTY (NMIMS)
Prof. Shital Mahajan Dr. Amit Kumar Sinha
M.Sc. ( Maths) MBA (Marketing), Ph.D.
Prof. Prashant Sarode Dr. Gita Kumta
B.E. (Electronics) M.Stats., Ph.D.
Electronics IT & Knowledge Management
Prof. Suraj Patil Mrs. Anuradha Maheshwari
B.E. (Comp.Engg) LLM in Constitution of India & Indl. Law
Computer Intellectual Property Mgt.
Prof. Sonali Borse Prof. C.D. Sreedharan
B.E. (Comp.Engg) BSc., MA (Economics), CA
Computer International Finance
Prof. Harish Kabara
ASSOCIATE FACULTY (DJSCOE) Prof. Vishal Shah
Dr. Hari Vasudevan B.E. (Chemical)
Prof. Ninad Mehendale
Prof. T. L. Hegde B.E. (EXTC)
M.E. (Electronics) EXTC
Prof. M. V. Deshpande Prof. Suhas Rane
M.Tech. B.E. (Mechanical Engg.), DMS, MFM
Computer Engineering Legal Aspects of Business
Dr. (Mrs) J. A. Parikh Mr. Uday Pandit
Ph.D. M.Tech. (EXTC)
Prof. K. S. Kinage Mr. K. K. Save
M.E. (Electronics) B.E. (Mech.), DOM, DMM
Prof. Jayant Umale Prof. S B Hegde Patil
M. Tech. (Computer) BE, PG- Indl. Mgt.
Computer HRM & Corporate Training
Prof. A. R. Joshi Prof. T. P. Govindan
M. Tech. (Computer) M.E., PGDBA
Information Technology Technology Management, New Product
Prof. A. C. Daptardar Technology Absorption & Adoption
Physics Dr. Mayank Joshipura
B.E., MBA(Finance), PhD.
Prof. Harish Narula Financial Mgt, Derivatives & Risk Mgt, Portfolio
B.E. (EXTC) Mgt & Security Analysis
Prof. R. Mukundan
Prof. Pradeep Talwelkar BE, PGDBM-Operations
B.E. (Chemical) Operations / Mfg, Materials Mgt, Quality,
Chemical Logistics / Supply Chain Mgt/Corporate
Strategy / Management Principles
Prof. Vineet Dongre
B.E. (Electronics) Prof. Naveen Rohatgi
Electronics B.Com, CA, CS
Fin, Mgt, Financial Services, Corporate
Prof. Narendra M. Shekokar Finance,
M.E. (Computer) Banking & Insurance, Cost Accounting
Prof. Ankush Guha Ms. Abhilasha Gupta
B.Phil, Masters of Commerce & Logistics Mgt. B.Com., M.Com. (Management), MHRDM
Management of Technology, Enterprise Management
Ms. Shalini Sharma
Prof. Rahul More M. Sc. (Mathematics)
M.Tech, PhD. Applied Mathematics
Technology Mgt, R & D, Innovation &
Entrepreneurship, New Product Development Dr. G. S. Monga
M.A, M.SC, D.S, LLB, Ph.D.
Ms. Smita Pandia Organisational Behaviour
Chemical Mr. Mihir Parekh
MBA (Finance), M.Com. (Management)
Ms. Kavita Jadhav Financial Accounts, Managerial Economics
B.Tech. (Food Engg.)
Chemical Mr. Sanjay Pawar
M. Tech. (Communication)
Ms. Anagha Sapre Network Design & Planning
Chemical Ms. Parul Dhir
Mr. Shaikh Iqbal K. Environmental Studies, Constitution of India
Mechanical Ms. Neha Goyal
Mr. Aditya Garg Communication Skills, Industrial Economics &
B.E. (CSE), MBA (System / Finance) Management
Dr. Vilas Kalamkar
Mr. Avadhut A. Samant M.E. (Mechanical Engg.), Ph.D.
B.E., M.E. (Production Engg.), DME Engineering Design
Mr. G. M. Bhatt
Ms. Kavita Mhatre B.E. (Mechanical), PGD in Industrial
Diploma in Electronics, B.E. (EXTC), Engineering
M.E. (EXTC) Product & Process Control Design
Electronics & Telecommunication
Mr. P. N. Joshi
Mr. S. Ramani Iyer B.E. (Product Engg.), M.E. (Product Engg.)
B.E. (Telecommunications) Manufacturing System & Strategy
Dr. K. Sridhar
Mr. A. K. Srivastava Ph.D.
B.Sc., B.Tech. (EXTC) Product Design & Development
Ms. M. Mani Roja Prof. P. D. Phadke
M.E. (Electronics) B.A., M.Com., LLB, FICWA
Optical Fibre Communication Finance
Mr. Sudhir T. Bagade Mr. Tapan S. Wagale
B.E. (Civil Engg.), M.E. (Environmental)
M.E. (Comp Engg)
Adv. Diploma in Industrial Safety
Mr. Vilas Kharat Mr. Anant G. Amdekar
M.E. (Mechanical Engg.) B.Com., LLB, ACS
CAD/CAM Business Laws, Corporate & Economics
Dr. Sanjay T. Gandhe
B.E. (Electronics), M.E. (Controls & Robotics), Dr. Vasudev P. Iyer
Ph.D. M.A. (Economics), Ph.D., Economics
Electronics & Telecommunication
Ms. Madhu Date
M.A., MBA, NET-SET, PGDHRM
Ms. Shobhna D. Vora
Communication & HR
B.Com. (Hons.), M.Com., M.Phil., DMS
Principles of Management
Prof. R. J. Pawar
Statistics & Operations Research
Mr. C. C. Dodecha M.Sc., M.Phil., DORM
Engineering Drawing Mr. Sanjay Masand
M.Com., CFP , Brand Management
Ms. Raman Khanna
B. Com, MBA Prof. Vijay Bhandari
Communication Skill B.E. (Mech.), PGDBA(IIM)
CRM, SCM, International Trade
Dr. Amit Goradia
Mr. K.G. Vassal
MS (Electrical Engg), Ph.D.
B.Com (Hons.), LLB, Dip.in Labour Law,
Adv. Mgt. Program from Havard Business
Mr. Vijay Tambe Human Resource Management
Maintenance Engineering Management Mr. Prasad Godbole
Finance & Accounts
Mr. Kaushik Thakkar
Dip (Elex. & Video Engg), B.E. (Elex) Mr. Sudhir Karambole
Wireless Networks FCA, Grad-CWA
Finance, Corporate Tax Planning
Prof. B. K. Nair
Prof. Ajay Munshi
B.E. (Electrical), Marketing
Mrs. Shilpa Wagh
Prof. B. Ramakrishnan BSc., (Statistics), MCA, IT
M.Sc., M.Phil. (Law), Ph.D. (Law)
Legal Aspects of Business
Staff, MPSTME with Deans
Student Council, MPSTME (2009)