MANDATORY DISCLOSURE

1.

AICTE File No-F                                

F.NO.-740-89-274

Date & Period of last approval        

F.NO.740-89-274(E)/RC/95

2.

Name Of the institution                    

DATTA MEGHE COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING

Address of the institution

Permanent Location as approved by AICTE
Plot No.-98, Sector 3, Airoli, Navi Mumbai.

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City  and  Pin Code                         

Navi Mumbai (Thane)-400708

State / UT

State

Latitude &
Longitude                     

19 155 N IMD

73 007 E IMD

Phone No with STD Code                

Phone No:    (022) 27792854, 27791662

Fax No. with STD Code                  

(022) 27791665

Office hours at the Institution        

10.00 am to 6.30pm

Academic hours at the Institution  

8.00 am  to 9.00 pm

E-Mail

principaldmce@yahoo.com, principal@dmce.ac.in

Web Site                                             

 www.dmce.ac.in

Nearest Ply. Station  (Distance in Kms)              

Thane / Airoli / Vashi

8 KM / 0.5 KM / 8 KM respectively

Nearest   Airport Distance in Kms (Towards)

Santacruz

15 KM

3.

Type of Institution

Private-Self Financed

Category (1) of the Institution        

Non Minority

Category (2) of the Institution

Co-Ed

4.

Name of the organization running the Institution

Nagar Yuwak Shikshan Sanstha  Airoli

Type of the organization

Trust

Address of the organization

First floor, Room No. 111, New Horizon Scholars School   Near Burns Hospital

Plot No.05. Sector 13,  Airoli, Navi Mumbai- 400708

Registered with

Thane Division, Thane

Registration date

16/04/1994

Website of the organization             :

Yes

5.

Name of the affiliating University

UNIVERSITY OF MUMBAI

Address

FORT CAMPUS,  MUMBAI-32

Website

www.mu.ac.in

Latest affiliation period

2016-17

6.

Name of Principal / Director

Dr. SAWARKAR SUDHIRKUMAR DEORAOJI

Exact Designation

Principal

Phone number with STD code

022-27791662

FAX number with STD code

022-27791665

Email

sudhir_sawarkar@yahoo.com

Highest Degree

Ph.D. (Tech.)

Field of specialization

COMPUTERS

7.

Governing Board Members

Sr. No.

Full Name

Designation

1.

Dr. Subir Kumar Banerjee

Chairman

2.

Smt. Suvra Banerjee

Secretary

3.

Mrs. Gauri Bhattacharya

Member

4.

Mr. Sreejit Bhattacharya

Member

5.

Mr. Sudhir Banerjee

Member

6.

Dr. Shyamal Kumar Mukherjee

Member

7.

Dr. U.Ramesh

AICTE Nominee

8.

Dr.S.S.Mantha

University Nominee

9.

Dr.A.A. Ghatol

DTE Nominee

10.

Dr.S.D.Sawarkar

         (Ex-officio Member Secretary) Principal

11.

Dr.S.R.Devane

Member(Professor)

12.

Mrs. Chhaya Pawar

Member(Asst. Professor)

8.

Academic Advisory Body



Srno.

Name of the Committee Member

Field

1.

Dr.Ashok Ghatol

Academics

2.

Dr.Sidharth Ladkhe 

Academics

3.

Dr.ShyamalKumar  Mukherjee  

Administration

4.

Mr. Rajendra Deshpande 

Industry

5.

Mr.Vijay Thokal 

Industry

Frequency of meetings  & date of last meeting

Twice in a year

9.

Oraganization Chart

OrganisationChart.jpg

10.

Student feedback mechanism on Institutional Governance/faculty Performance

Feed back is an assessment and evaluation process that periodically documents and demonstrates the degree to which the objectives are achieved. It is taken at the end of every semester from all the students to identify the shortcomings in various areas like quality of teaching, standards of students, opinions on various issues regarding infrastructure and other amenities provided to students. It also identifies if there is any pressure from faculty. The evaluation is done immediately by the committee (Principal and Heads of the Department). The process of evaluation includes interpreting the data along with the evidences accumulated through assessment practices. Evaluation helps to determine the extent to which measures have to be taken for achieving Program Outcomes or Program educational Objectives, and results in decisions and actions to improve the same.

STUDENTS FEEDBACK REPORT (DMCE)

[The quest is needed towards improvement of the teaching quality]

Year & Branch:-              Semester :-          Division:-

Questionnaire is to be filled correctly, fearlessly, sincerely and honestly.

 

A)    Give your opinion about the teachers by putting the tick marks   (√  )

 

Sr.
no

Sub

Name of
the Teacher

Quality of Teaching

Class control and Command on students

Behaviour of the Teacher in class

Is the
Teacher
Honest

Is the
Teacher
Punctual

Completion of
Course in
%

Total
(For office use only)

Excellent

Good

Satisfactory

Poor

Excellent

Good

Satisfactory

Poor

Excellent

Good

Satisfactory

Poor

Yes

No

Yes

No

1.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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B)     Did any teacher compel you for tuitions / crash course, if yes, the names and places of coaching centers.

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C)    Give your opinion about overall standard of the institute by putting tick mark ( √ )

Sr.No.

Activity

Excellent

Good

Average

Below Average

1.

Status of Classroom

 

 

 

 

2.

Status of Laboratories

 

 

 

 

3.

Status of Library

 

 

 

 

4.

Training & Placement

 

 

 

 

5.

Drinking water

 

 

 

 

6.

Toilets

 

 

 

 

7.

Canteen

 

 

 

 

8.

Project work

 

 

 

 

9.

Computing facility

 

 

 

 

10.

Campus Upkeep

 

 

 

 

D)    Any other suggestion you would like to convey for raising standard of the Institution:

11.

Grievance Redressal Mechanism for faculty, staff and students

As mentioned below

Grievance Redressal System

As mentioned below

Faculty & Staff

The institute adopts an open door policy where all faculty and staff are given free access to the authorities. Any issue, may it be academic or non academic can be brought to the respective Head of the Department, and if required he/she would forward it to the Dean and Principal for further study and solution. If the issues are not resolved at this level, it is directed to the Forum of Grievance Committee setup at the college level.

Students

To ensure safety to the girl students a student representative is elected, who addresses the issues and directs them to the Women Cell. Every class has a Teacher- in- charge to handle the issues of that division. Also, a Guardian Teacher is provided for every batch (22 students) who conducts a meeting every month, and Minutes of the meeting is also recorded along with the issues raised by them. If the issues require greater attention, the same is taken to the HOD and Principal for further discussion and action. Parents are informed about their attendance and performance every month.

Anti Ragging Committee

As per the directives of Hon. Supreme Court & UGC/MHRD’s Regulations all the students filled an online Anti Ragging Undertaking and a copy of the same is submitted to the college. In addition to this, an affidavit is taken from both the parent and student during their F.E admission. Also, anti ragging committee is setup to protect students from any kind of harassment. The institute shall punish a student, if found guilty of ragging, after procedural enquiry. The same is informed to local police for further action.

 

12.

Name of the all UG Programmes approved by the AICTE

Course Name

AICTE   Approval No & Date

Year of Starting

Civil Engg.

F-27-34/91 AICTE-420-4/1988

1988

Electronics Engg.

F-27-34/91 AICTE-420- 4/1988

1988

Computer Engg.

F-27-34/91-AICTE/384/1992

1992

Mechanical Engg.

F-27-34/91-AICTE/US/(PG)/8846/1993

1993

Chemical Engg.

F-740-89-247(E)/ET/95

1999

Information Tech.

F-740-89-247(E)/RC/95

2001

Information Tech.

(DSE)

F.No.Western /1-404426601/2011/EOA

2011

Mechanical Engg.

(DSE)

F.No.Western /1-692554702/2012/EOA

2012

Civil Engg.

(Second Shift)

F.No.Western /1-1347280102/2013/EOA

2013

Name of the all PG Programmes approved by the AICTE

Course Name

AICTE   Approval No & Date

Year of Starting

Civil Engineering(Structural Engineering)

Western/1-404426601/2011/EOA

2010

Computer Engineering

Western/1-404426601/2011/EOA

2010

Mechanical Engineering(CAD/CAM)

Western/1-404426601/2011/EOA

2011

Electronics and Telecommunication Engg.

Western/1-404426601/2011/EOA

2011

Year wise Sanctioned Intake

Course Name

Sanctioned intake (2016-17)

Sanctioned intake (2015-16)

Sanctioned intake (2014-15)

Civil Engg.

120 + 60(second shift)

120 + 60(second shift)

120 + 60(second shift)

Electronics Engg.

120

120

120

Computer Engg.

120

120

120

Mechanical Engg.

         60+60 DSE

         60+60 DSE

60+60 DSE

Chemical Engg.

60

60

60

Information Tech.

60+60 DSE

60+60 DSE

60+60 DSE

Total Intake at UG (FT)

720

720

720

M.E.Civil (Structural Engg.)

18

18

18

M.E.Computer Engg.

18

18

18

M.E.Electronics & Telecommunication Engg.

18

18

18

M.E. Mechanical  Engg. (CAD/CAM)

18

18

18

Students Placed /Average Pay package, Rs./Year

Year

Discipline

Total no. of students placed through placement cell ( last 3 years)

Minimum Salary(Rs)

Maximum Salary(Rs)

Average Salary(Rs)

2016-17

Civil Engg.

              1

3 Lac

4.2 Lac

3.6 Lac

Electronics Engg.

31

2.5 Lac

3.36 Lac

3 Lac

Computer Engg.

45

3 Lac

5.49 Lac

4.2 Lac

Mechanical Engg.

6

3.36 Lac

3.36 Lac

3.36 Lac

Chemical Engg.

--

Information Tech.

10

3 Lac

3.25 Lac

3.1 Lac

2015-16

Civil Engg.

            27

3 Lac

4.2 Lac

3.6 Lac

Electronics Engg.

69

3.1 Lac

3.3 Lac

3.2 Lac

Computer Engg.

77

3.1 Lac

3.3 Lac

3.2  Lac

Mechanical Engg.

25

3.3 Lac

4.2 Lac

3.75 Lac

Chemical Engg.

  9

3.1 Lac

3.1 Lac

3.1 Lac

Information Tech.

36

3.1 Lac

3.3 Lac

3.2 Lac

2014-15

Civil Engg.

18

3 Lac

4.5 Lac

3.7 Lac

Electronics Engg.

52

3 Lac

3.5 Lac

3.25 Lac

Computer Engg.

62

3 Lac

3.5 Lac

3.25 Lac

Mechanical Engg.

28

3 Lac

4.6 Lac

3.8 Lac

Chemical Engg.

09

3.1 Lac

3.1 Lac

3.1 Lac

Information Tech.

47

3 Lac

3.3 Lac

3.15 Lac

Year wise Actual Admissions

ADMISSION POSITION FOR ACADEMIC SESSION 2014-2015

 

INTAKE

F.E

S.E

M.E(INTAKE)

M.E

Civil

120

119

--

18

14

Electronics

120

78

--

18

17

Computer

120

115

--

17

17

Mechanical

60+60 DSE

52

+60

10

13

Chemical

60

49

--

----

----

Information Technology

60+60 DSE

48

+60

----

----

Civil (Second Shift)

60

47

--

----

----

Total

600+120

508

--

63

61

ADMISSION POSITION FOR ACADEMIC SESSION 2015-2016

INTAKE

F.E

S.E

M.E(F.E.)

M.E(S.E.)

Civil

120

123

--

18

18

Electronics

120

84

--

7

18

Computer

120

114

--

15

17

Mechanical

60+60 DSE

61

+60

5

10

Chemical

60

54

--

----

----

Information Technology

60+60 DSE

56

+60

----

----

Civil (Second Shift)

60

52

--

----

----

Total

600+120

544

--

45

63

ADMISSION POSITION FOR ACADEMIC SESSION 2016-2017

INTAKE

F.E

S.E

M.E(F.E.)

M.E(S.E.)

Civil

120

117

--

18

18

Electronics

120

70

--

5

7

Computer

120

114

--

1

14

Mechanical

60+60 DSE

50

+60

1

5

Chemical

60

43

--

Information Technology

60+60 DSE

54

+60

Civil (Second Shift)

60

49

--

Total

600+120

497

--

25

44

                                Cut off marks – General quota           

Course Name

Highest CET Marks

Lowest CET Marks

Civil Engg.

146

75

Electronics Engg.

110

51

Computer Engg.

146

93

Mechanical Engg.

155

103

Chemical Engg.

131

65

Information Tech.

117

73

Civil Engg. (Second Shift)

116

71


Students passed with Distinction /Students passed with First Class

2015-2016

2014-2015

2013-2014

%  of passing students(CBGS)

%  of passing with Distinction

%  of passing with I st division

%  of passing with Distinction

%  of passing with I st division

Civil Engg.

88.15

45.53

29.3

32.4

67.5

Electronics Engg.

91.08

23.60

45.96

23.2

58.4

Computer Engg.

96.48%

39

82

41.96

46.85

Mechanical Engg.

96.42%

39.66

56.03

25.3

44.3

Chemical Engg.

100%

22.97

63.51

29.8

47.7

Information Tech.

86%

15

63

20.15

62.01

Accreditation Status of the course:

Applied for Accreditation.

Doctoral Courses:

Yes (Civil Engineering, Computer Engineering, Mechanical Engineering)

Foreign Collaborations, if any:

No

Professional Society Memberships:

ISTE,CSI,IEEE  

Professional activities

Technical workshops and short term training programs are conducted.

Consultancy activities

Civil Engineering Department executes the consultancy and testing of various Civil Engg. Projects.
Facilities of consultancy is extended to various private and public organizations such as CIDCO, MCGM, MMRDA, KDMC, MIDC, PWD and various private organizations such as Gammon India Pvt. Ltd., HCC, Madhucon Projects etc.

Grants fetched

 Dr. H.S.Chore  and Dr.S.B.Patil from civil department received minor research grant for their project from the University of Mumbai.

Distinguished Alumni

  1. Siddharth Rao ( Electronics) Head-Tech.
  2. Sanjiv Sachdev (Electronics) Director- Business Development.
  3. Sandeep Karnik (Electronics) IPS .
  4. Milind Shidhore (Civil) Entrepreneur
  5. Abhijeet Mehta (Electronics) Entrepreneur
  6. Vinod Nair (Civil) DGM. Gammon India Ltd.
  7. Anirudha Kohali(Computer) Project Manager. Sprategic Planning and Cost Engg.
  8. Saket Badle Asst. Manager Shapurji Plaonjee
  9. Upendra Joshi (Electronics) Senior Software Specialist.

Students Achievements

  • “ISTE best students chapter award” is awarded to DMCE ISTE chapter for year 2016 for Maharashtra and Goa session.
  • Akshita Mogaveera, Himanshu Malani and Pravin Salve from chemical department won N. R. Kamath trophy for the year 2015-16 by defeating six times champions ICT Matunga and IITB which was held in IITB on 12 th March 2016.
  • Akshita Mogaveera, Aditi Dhudale and Naveen Sabbani  from chemical department  won the winners’ cup of chem. Engg quiz by getting 1 st position in BVCOE Belapur on 5 th March 2016.
  •  Chirag Shirodkar and Ashutosh Karkare a team from DMCE  from chemical department  for technical paper presentation in UG category bagged runners up prize of Rs 5000/- and certificates in OYCE Blast Carboblocks- Thyssenkrupp Award 2016 on 26 th and 27 th Feb 2016 held at DMCE Airoli.
  • IIChE sudents’ chapter of DMCE conducted OYCE Blast Carboblocks- Thyssenkrupp Award 2016 on 26 th and 27 th Feb 2016.

13.

Faculty Details

1. Civil Engineering
2. Mechanical Engineering
3. Electronics Engineering
4. Computer Engineering
5. Information Technology
6. Chemical Engineering
7.Humanities &Sciences

14.

Faculty Achievements

 

  • Dr. P.D. Deshmukh,  Head of Mechanical Engineering department has successfully completed his Ph.D.
  • Dr. Shubhangi Vaikole, faculty Computer Engineering department was conferred Ph.D Degree by the University of Mumbai under the guidance of Dr.S.D.Sawarkar.
  • 45 faculties are pursuing Ph.D.
  • The institute has 20 faculties who had completed their Ph.D.
  • Civil Engineering department organized one short term training Programme.
  • Department of Electronics Engineering and ISTE-DMCE Chapter jointly organized a National Conference on Advanced Trends in Engineering on 12 March 2016. 

·         Workshop on Logic Development using Java  was organized by IT department.

·         A one day workshop on "LATEX BASICS"  was organized by IT department.

15.

Admission quota#

Entrance test / admission criteria

CET


Cut off / last candidate admitted

Course Name

CET Marks (2016-17)

CET Marks (2015-16)

CET Marks (2014-15)

Civil Engg

75

69

49

Electronics Engg.

51

22

61

Computer Engg.

93

58

55

Mechanical Engg.

103

69

56

Chemical Engg.

65

30

50

Information Tech.

73

53

76

Admission Calendar (F.E)

Submission of Application form          

First Date

Last Date

22/06/2016

01/07/2016

Display of Provisional merit list

07/07/2016

Submission of Grievances application if any

11/07/2016  upto 5.00pm

Display of Final Merit List

15/07/2016 upto 5.00pm

Counseling Round I

05/08/2016

Cut off date for all type admissions

14/08/2016

Admission Calendar (M.E)

Distribution of Application form          

First Date

Last Date

25/07/2016

30/07/2016

Display of Provisional merit list

31/07/2016 5pm

Submission of Grievances application if any

 04/08/2016 up to 11am

Display of Final Merit List

06/08/2016 at 5.00pm

Admission Round I

13/08/2016

PIO quota :

No

16.

Infrastructural information

 

Land Area

2.47 acres

Instructional Area

12888.74 sq.mtrs

Administrative  Area

1739 sq.mtrs

Amenities Area

935.06 sq.mtrs

17.

Boys Hostel
Girls Hostel
Medical & other Facilities at Hostel

No

No

No

18.

Academic Sessions

July To November & January To May

Examination system:

Semester.

Period of declaration of results:

Declared within 45 days after examination.

19.

Counseling / Mentoring

 

 

Career Counseling

As mentioned below

 

Student Counseling

As mentioned below

 

The institute has implemented the Teacher Guardian Scheme for the students from first year itself. The main aim of this scheme is to encourage students to interact with the faculty members at personal level. This helps them in the initial stages of their studies to overcome the burden of new subjects. The departments organize counseling sessions and provide inputs about various competitive and allied examinations such as GATE, CAT, GRE, TOEFL etc. They also organize lectures through experts in the respective field of specializations in particular and the field of interdisciplinary spectrum in general. This also facilitates students in search of better prospects in the industrial and the academic career.

Apart from the academic support, a full time counselor is available in the campus to address both personal and academic issues. Counselor does individual counseling of students recommended by the Heads of departments. Lectures are also organized by the counselor for even faculty about mentoring students highlighting the issues received during the personal interactions.

 

Mentoring

 

Mentoring is designed to provide personal and professional support to an individual. The mentoring relationship provides a developmental opportunity for both parties and can thus be of mutual benefit.

To keep pace with the current technological trends and to sharpen their skills various seminars and conferences are organized by the institute throughout the year where the experts are invited  from the industries like Infosys, Tata Consultancy Service, Larsen and Toubro and other organizations like IBB Chemicals, Career Consultancy, GEEBEE and NIIT, etc. Although there are many such activities, few of them are mentioned below.

Guest lecturer by Mr. Rahul Kulkarni Ex Google employee, Founder Early Stage social Enterprise

Workshop: Programming Logic Development Using JAVA

Industrial visits were arranged for B.E. Civil Engineering students.

 

Medical facilities

 

The institute provides first aid package to all the departments for providing first aid in case of emergency. Apart from this, the institute has got the tie up with Modi Hospital located barely at a distance of 300 meters from the institute whereby the hospital shall extend the helping hand in case of emergency.

There is enough medical facility available in the nearby vicinity of the institute. There are two hospitals/ dispensaries run by NMMC near institute. Apart from this, there are many private hospitals/ nursing homes in Airoli node providing the general medical facilities.

 

Student Insurance facility

 

The Institute provides students insurance facility the details are:
Name of Company: National Insurance
79 Rs per Student with 2 Lakh cover

 

Students Activity Body 

 

It all starts with nominating the General Secretary, Cultural Secretary and the Sport Secretary depending on the overall performance along with their academics. Every department has their own Students’ Association namely- EESA(Electronics Engineering Students Association), CATT (Computer Association for Technological Trends), ACES (Association of Civil Engineering Students), GITS (Group of Information Technology Students), SOCHE (Students’ Organization of Chemical Engineering), FOMES (Forum of Mechanical Engineering Students) wherein the students’ representatives are elected by the students of their respective branches.

Sports Activity:
The institute has a play ground of 1.8 acres and has a facility for outdoor games like Cricket, Badminton, Volley Ball, Football and indoor games like Carom, Chess, Badminton, etc.
A faculty member is designated as the Sports in-charge.
Every year the institute conducts various tournaments during sports week for the students as well as staff.

Magazine / Newsletter:
Every year newsletters are published by various departments.

E-Cell:   Members of Entrepreneurship Cell, DMCE successfully started their own startups. ENSPIRE 2016, was organized where eminent speakers were invited from companies like Thermax Instrumentation, Mirraw.com, Testbook.com, Techsa Services along with an Independent Practice Lawyer to address the students. Students attended The Open House organized by The Rodinhoods, and E-Summit 2016 organized by E-cell IIT Bombay.

 

20.

Name of the Information Officer for RTI : Not Applicable

 

Name

Designation in the Institute

Designation as per RTI

Phone

Fax

E-mail

Dr.S.D.Sawarkar

Principal

Appellate Officer

(022) 27792854

(022) 27791665

principaldmce@yahoo.com

Mrs. A.V.Haware

I/C   Registrar

Public Information

(022) 27791662

(022) 27791665

principal@dmce.ac.in