Thakur College Of Engineering & Technology, Mumbai

Establishment: 2001

About Us:

Thakur College Of Engineering & Technologywas established in the A.Y. 2001 - 02 with a clear objective to provide quality technical education in tune with international standards and contemporary global requirements. The college is approved by All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), Directorate of Technical Education (DTE) and Govt. of Maharashtra. It is affiliated to University of Mumbai.

Thakur College Of Engineering & Technologyis located in the western suburbs of city at Thakur Village, Kandivali (E), in Mumbai. It is well connected by western express highway, western railway and the domestic airport.
The management’s commitment to excellence is reflected in the marvelous infrastructure that is comparable to the finest institution of its type in the country. The imposing five storied building housing state-of-the-art computer laboratories, spacious classrooms, well designed electronics & applied science laboratories, a well-stocked library, wide well-lit & clean corridors, a large canteen and a gymkhana has set new standards in providing facilities of international standards to our engineering students. The sprawling campus in 6.5 acres with lawns, gardens, playgrounds, parking lot and a temple ensures a right ambience and serene environment required for academics.

AtThakur College Of Engineering & Technology, the importance of faculty is well understood and this is reflected in qualified and experienced teaching staff in all departments. A closely monitored quality assurance mechanism ensures proper coverage of syllabus within a right time frame. Additional coaching in comparatively difficult topics in various subjects and group mentoring are some of the healthy practices followed atThakur College Of Engineering & Technology.

Application of modern technology in the teaching-learning process and day-to-day governance of the college makesThakur College Of Engineering & Technologya unique campus. It has 5 Mbps INTERNET connectivity with dedicated optical link. Within nine years of its existence,Thakur College Of Engineering & Technologyhas carved out a niche for itself as one of the leading engineering colleges under the University of Mumbai.


Thakur College of Engineering and Technology will excel in Technical Education to become an internationally renowned premier Institute of Engineering and Technology.


To provide state-of-the-art infrastructure and right academic ambience for developing professional skills as well as an environment for growth of leadership and managerial skills to students which will make them competent engineers to deliver quality results in industry.

Course Offered:


Placement Cell:

In the present scenario of globalization there is tremendous demand for skilled manpower particularly in the area of Engineering and Technology. Therefore, Training and Placement (T&P) was set up with a view to provide necessary impetus to launch our students into the real world where cut-throat competition is the order of the day. It plays a vital role in finding suitable job opportunities for students and at same time tying up with industries and professional organizations for fruitful and mutually beneficial linkages.

The placement record shows the confidence of the corporate in the academic standard of the college.

Training and Placement Activities:
  • Facilitate training, arrangements for live projects and providing placement assistance to its students
  • Ensure an active interaction with the industry by organizing guest lectures and seminars
  • Invite professional trainers to enhance the soft skills and technical skills of the students
  • Arrange for personality development sessions, career development programs
  • Conduct interview technique program for students to perform better in the campus recruitment process
  • Organize various technical, non-technical programs for faculty members to make the teaching-learning process more effective
  • Organize various technical, non-technical programs for faculty members to make the teaching-learning process more effective
  • Take feedback from industries and use it as an input to develop need-based training programs
  • Arrange industrial visits for students to understand real life practices, concepts and processes