Atharva College of Engineering (ACE) was established in the academic year of 1999 and is a private institute in Mumbai. The college is affiliated to the University of Mumbai and is recognized by the Government of Maharashtra. The college is managed by “Atharva Educational Trust”. It is also approved by All India Council of Technical Education (AICTE) and is accredited by National Assessment and Accreditation Council. It has been given grade B+. It is an engineering college and offers four years engineering programs in various branches.
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Type | Establishment Year
Private | 1999
Merit & Entrance Based
JEE, MH CET
Accenture, TCS, L&T Infotech, Sankey Solution, NSEIT, Burns & Mcdonnell, Western Railway
Library, Hostel, Research And Innovation Center, Auditorium, Ric Labs
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Atharva College Courses include programs offered at the undergraduate level. The college offers B. Tech and B. Tech (Lateral Entry) programs under several specializations. Below mentioned table displays the programs offered by the college along with the eligibility criteria required for admission:
|B. Tech||Computer Engineering, Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Electronics Engineering||10+2 or equivalent with minimum 50% aggregate|
|B. Tech (Lateral Entry)||10+3 or equivalent with minimum 50% aggregate OR B.Sc. degree plus MHT CET or JEE merit rank|
The admission procedure of Atharva College is quite simple and easy. Following is the list of all the branches of engineering, the courses are offered in and the maximum intakes of each program,
Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering
Since ACE offers B.Tech courses in Computer Science Engineering, Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Electronics Engineering and Information Technology. The eligibility criteria for taking admission to different undergraduate courses offered by the college are as following,
Apart from the eligibility criteria, candidates must clear Maharashtra Common Entrance Test (MHT CET). It is a state level examination which is conducted by the Government of Maharashtra and Directorate of Technical Education, annually. This exam is conducted for admissions into Engineering and Health Sciences Courses in Maharashtra. Candidates must complete the registration process before the examination is conducted. Following are the steps need to be completed,
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The training and placement cell offers students the range of vacancies and career prospects that are open to them after they have completed their training. The Training and Placement department is committed to bridging this gap between academic and industry and to collaborating with the business to provide the best specialists for today and tomorrow’s needs. The following table provides information on the number of students placed and the average salaries over the last 3 years:
|Year||No. of Students Placed||Median Salary in INR|
|2016-17||313||INR 3 LPA|
|2017-18||319||INR 3.5 LPA|
|2018-19||297||INR 3.75 LPA|
The campus is surrounded by trees and is spread over an area of 6 acres. The infrastructure involves college building, one basketball court, one big library equipped with informative books, a cafeteria with good quality of food and laboratories equipped with sufficient no. of computers networked through LAN. Another important feature of this campus is its Robotics lab and the swimming pool. The campus is fully enabled with Wi-Fi and also provides with Hospital/Medical facilities in case of injury.
There are several University Schemes set up for the students
Book Bank Scheme- Financial assistance to the backward class students
Needy Students- Financial assistance to all students of colleges of the University of Mumbai
Financial Assistance- To the backward class students of University Department
There is another Department called Student Welfare that organizes Youth Festival, Research Convention, summer camp for researchers, Youth Parliament and self-defense training programs.
“Rhythm” is the annual fest of ACE which takes place in even semesters. “Techithon” is the technical fest targeting current technologies.
It is one of the top engineering colleges in Mumbai. Admission to this college is done on the basis of merit as per rules and norms laid down by the Director Technical Education (DTE), Maharashtra.
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|Telephone No.||91-022-40294949 (30 Lines)|
Atharva Educational Complex,
Malad Marve Road, Charkop Naka,
Malad (W), Mumbai – 400095, India
|How to Reach|
BEST Bus routes:
From Malad Station (W) : 271,272,273,345,622
From Kandivali station (W) : 207,278.
From Borivali station (W) : 207,269.
Nearest Railway Station:
Malad on Western Suburban line.