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TCET Mumbai - Admission 2024, Fees, Courses, Placement, Ranking

  • Mumbai (Maharashtra)
  • Private
  • Approved by : NAAC, Government of Maharashtra, ISO, NBA, AICTE
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Updated on Oct 31, 2023 9:56PM IST
Thakur College of Engineering & Technology is situated in Mumbai in Maharashtra state of India. Established in 2001, TCET is a Private college. The college is accredited by NAAC, Government of Maharashtra, ISO, NBA, AICTE. Thakur College of Engineering & Technology offers 24 courses across 5 streams namely IT, Engineering, Science, Design, Vocational..Popular degrees offered at Thakur College of Engineering & Technology include B.Tech, B.Voc, B.Des, M.Tech, PhD..Besides a robust teaching pedagogy, Thakur College of Engineering & Technology is also a leader in research and innovation.Focus is given to activities beyond academics at Thakur College of Engineering & Technology, which is evident from its infrastructure, extracurricular activities and national & international collaborations. The placement at Thakur College of Engineering & Technology is varied, with recruitment options both in corporates and public sector as well as entrepreneurship.
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TCET Mumbai Top Courses & Fees

B.Tech14 CoursesAnnual Fee1,46,326 - 5,94,000
B.Voc3 CoursesAnnual Fee4,46,000
B.Des1 CourseAnnual FeeN/A
M.Tech3 CoursesAnnual Fee3,30,000
PhD3 CoursesAnnual Fee1,36,931
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TCET Mumbai Awards & Rankings

Awards and Recognition:

  • Accredited by NBA for Undergraduate Programmes
  • Ph.D. Research Center of University of Mumbai
  • Winner of IMC Ramakrishna Bajaj National Quality Award (RBNQA)-2015 for Performance excellence in the education category
  • Winner of IMC Ramakrishna Bajaj National Quality Award (RBNQA)-2012 Commendation Certificate for Performance excellence in the education category
  • Recognized as per AICTE-CII survey 2013-2014 as Emerging Private Engineering Institute with one of the best industry linkages
  • Grant received from AICTE-MODROB for setting up of Cloud Computing Lab with Software Grant from Microsoft
  • Thakur Accenture Innovation Center
  • Thakur-IIT Bombay - Aakash Tablet Application Development Center
  • IIT-Bombay Remote Center for Student and Faculty Development Programme
  • TATA Technologies Center of Excellence (Under Process)
  • Member of CII Education Excellence Forum

ISO certification TCET was one amongst the very first few engineering colleges that understood the relevance of ISO certification and was awarded ISO 9001- 2000 Standard on 21 December 2005. Striving for quality and continual improvement has always been the bedrock of TCET, and it once again proved its mettle by effective implementation of processes defined in the ISO manual which directly resulted in an environment of overall development and growth. All this culminated in the institute being recertified successfully in 2014 with ISO 9001-2008 Standard.Likely to be certified for nISO 9001:2015 from Nov 2016 onwards.

NBA Accreditation Implementation of ISO helped the institute to improve policies and processes which further enhanced quality technical education. Acknowledging the progress made by TCET in terms of excellent technical education, innovative and proactive teaching-learning, excellent placements, state-of-the-art infrastructure, and the fulfillment of all other required yardsticks NBA certified three programmes CMPN, EXTC and IT for 3 years w.e.f. 16.9.2011.As per revised guidelines NBA has Re-accredited these three programmes and accredited ETRX programme w.e.f. ist July 2016 for two years.

IMC Ramakrishna Bajaj National Quality Award (RBNQA) Relentless pursuit of quality with constant support of the management and dedicated efforts by the faculty led to the addition of another feather in TCET’s cap with the winning of the IMC Ramakrishna Bajaj National Quality Award (RBNQA) for the year 2015 and it has also received Ramakrishna Bajaj National Quality Award (RBNQA) Commendation Certificate for the year 2012 for performance excellence in the education category. The Indian Merchant Chamber’s Ramkrishna Bajaj National Quality Award, which is based on Malcolm Baldrige criteria, a USA quality model, further authenticated TCET’s march towards excellence.

Emerging Institute - AICTE- CII Survey Yet another significant milestone was achieved by TCET when it featured in the AICTE-CII survey in 2013 and 2014 as an emerging private engineering institute with one of the best industry linkages. This survey ranks various engineering departments on the basis of their association with industry and TCET’s Computer Engineering, Information Technology and Electronics &Telecommunication were given high ranking

TCET understands that quality can never be the destination but will always remain a journey. These recognitions and awards are important milestones in this journey. The institute will, therefore, work relentlessly to live up to the enormous trust placed by all its stakeholders and will strive to bring many more such accolades in future.

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TCET Mumbai Reviews

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Good college but could improve
By Nisha Dev
Feb 26, 2024 10:27:12
3.5

Overall: When I visited the College before applying, I was very very impressed by its infrastructure and the feel of a university. It is also near to many food malls and good places. So decided to apply to this college since it was also near to my house. My first year was online during the COVID period. It started in offline mode at the end of the second year. It is great overall. It has various clubs to join and work in student forums. But the population of this college has increased drastically in last 2 years. During the break, we can't even find a place to sit, we have to sit on stairs to eat our tiffins since the Canteen is always packed. This is something they could improve on. Baki, overall, the faculty is okayish, depends on your branch. Overall 3/5.

Placement: The placements start from 3 LPA, which is very low and most of the companies come for marketing placements, which is not related to any engineering background.

Infrastructure: I love its infrastructure to be honest. It has an auditorium, recreation rooms, labs etc. The infrastructure is quite spacious and big. I was really impressed by it.

Faculty: The faculty of Electronics branch is not that good, some of them just read the slides and have no practical knowledge. When doubts are asked, they just avoid answering them. But I think faculties from CS, IT, AIML, AIDS are quite good.

Hostel: I didn't stay in their hostel, so I don't have much idea about them. Student coming from farway usually prefer to rent flats instead of the hostel as far as I know.

Infrastructure
4
Hostel
3
Faculty
3
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A Transformative Educational Experience at Thakur college of engineering and technology
By Vishal Gupta
Feb 19, 2024 11:51:21
4.5

Overall: my experience was very good I learned a lot of things in college, to tackle all the difficulties and I had good friends in this college they all were supportive and my expectations in various aspects, making it a truly transformative journey

Infrastructure: the campus area is good and the college environment is chill and cool maintained hygiene and proper discipline on the campus also the computer labs are maintained properly with proper internet connections and in every lab there is a lab assistant

Hostel: I was not in the hostel but there are some of my friends who say there, the is good but expensive also there is no food are provided also u have gym with monthly subscription of 500 rupees

Infrastructure
4.5
Hostel
3.5
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Placement information
By Ankit Mahala
Feb 18, 2024 2:55:48
3.5

Overall: The college infrastructure is quite good. Including the computer labs .. and canteen facility. The placement are decent compared to other colleges in the universe . But the placement team needs to bring better offerd

Placement: The placement process at Thakur is quite open it depends on how much you know and your skills so in my batch of 180 around 65 students got placed on the college

Infrastructure: The interest structure of Thakur College is better compared to other colleges it has got good labs both technical and non technical aspects can easily be achieved

Faculty: The assistant professors and the professor Thakur are highly professionals and good teachers though a few are not that really good but majority teachers are great

Hostel: So I was looking for the hostel facilities at Thakur but I was unable to get any. The college does not have any hostel of it is on and other hostels that are in partner with it or not to great

Infrastructure
3
Hostel
1
Faculty
2.5
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Aiml branch in mumbai of thakur college
By Gupta suraj
Feb 18, 2024 2:31:10
5

Overall: Thakur college is autonomous college located in mumbai kandivali east is affiliated to mumbai university it was very good and teaching staff was helpful and good infrastructure and surrounding environment was very good

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My college experience
By vikas misrhra
Feb 12, 2024 0:12:51
2

Overall: I had a wonderful time during my curriculum we had events conference fest etc got hands on experience knowledge related to my branch which was mechanical

Infrastructure: Recently rebuild new floors new lifts were added looks like a 5 star hotel new labs but old machinery overall great has all the necessary machines and lab

Hostel: All I had was fun in the hostel very costly for engineering clg wifi. Water filter all the necessary equipment are a available in the hostel gym is available

Infrastructure
2.5
Hostel
2
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Related Questions

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Aditi Shrivastava, Student / Alumni

-Answered on Aug-09-2023

Dear student, 

It is difficult to say for sure if you can get admission to Thakur College of Engineering and Technology Mumbai with a percentile of 49.614 in MHT CET. The cut-off percentile for TCET Mumbai varies from year to year and also depends on the number of applicants and their scores. In 2022, the cut-off percentile for Thakur College of Engineering Mumbai was 61.5 for the general category. However, it is possible that the cut-off percentile may be lower in 2023.

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Aditi Shrivastava, Student / Alumni

-Answered on July-18-2023

Dear student, 

The cutoff for admission to B.Tech at Thakur College of Engineering & Technology in 22023 will be released soon. As per the previous years' cutoff for B.Tech in IT for the minority category, the TCET Mumbai cutoff can be around 194115 for the first round of counselling. 

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Priya Haldar, Student / Alumni

-Answered on May-23-2023
Thakur College of Engineering & Technology admisison form for B.Tech CSE has been released. The admissions are based on MHT-CET Exam. Candidates can fill MHT CET 2023 application form with late fee till April 20th, 2023.

FAQs about TCET Mumbai

Is TCET , Mumbai a government college?

TCET , Mumbai is Private college.

When was the college , TCET , Mumbai established ?

TCET , Mumbai was established in the year 2001.

Which university is TCET , Mumbai affiliated to ?

TCET , Mumbai is affiliated to the Thakur College of Engineering & Technology.

What is the NIRF ranking for TCET , Mumbai ?

The NIRF Ranking for TCET , Mumbai are as follows :
In 2019 for Engineering : 193 .
In 2018 for Engineering : 100 .
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TCET Mumbai Contact Number, Address & Location Map, Mumbai

  • 022 - 28461891 / 022 - 67308000, 67308106 / 07
  • tcet@thakureducation.org
  • https://tcetmumbai.in/
  • A-Block, Thakur Educational Campus, Shyamnarayan Thakur Marg, Thakur Village, Kandivali(E). Mumbai - 400101.

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