Address

Government Polytechnic Mumbai,
49, Kherwadi, A.Y.Jung Marg,
Bandra (East), Mumbai-400051.
Ph No +91-22-26474780,26474587
Fax No. 26472552
Email: gpmumbai@gpmumbai.ac.in


Vision

The Institute will develop technicians and practising engineers of world class standards to meet the ever changing technological needs of economy and community through academic excellence and partnership with industry, Business professionals

The Institute will pursue programmes for high skill and high wage careers for students and will srive for regional economic development through Research and collaboration.

Mission

Government Polytechnic Mumbai is an autonomous institution, committed to provide quality technician education at the Diploma, Post-Diploma and Advanced Diploma Level.

As a lead center for Mumbai region, it also aims to provide continuing education and non formal programmes, adopting philosophy of life long learning through a variety of delivery modes.

Principal's Desk

Message

Government Polytechnic Mumbai is a premiere autonomous institute of Government of Maharashtra, which has celebrated Golden Jubilee in the year of 2010. This institute is committed to be vibrant, keeping pace with technological development and expecting to achieve excellence in imparting Technical Education to budding engineers who will be pillars of our nation.

We are in pursuit of global standards of excellence in all our endeavors and we aim at creating all round personality of our students professionally and socially. This has been acknowledged by global business houses like SIEMENS, GODREJ, WIPRO etc., through campus recruitment of our students. To align with innovative teaching practices, we have excellent, highly qualified faculties, State of art of infrastructural facilities and laboratories. Further, the college undertook series of reforming exercises through Canadian-Indian Institute Linkage Programmes, continues education programs, seminars/workshops, Testing and Consultancy to utilize expertise of our faculties.

This college is socially connected to masses by undertaking Community Polytechnic Programmes and helpful to raise their livelihood.

Principal's Desk

I sincerely believe that students will make best use of opportunities to develop themselves into competent world class technicians, entrepreneurs and great human beings.
Dr. H. P. Taskar

Profile

Profile of Principal Dr. H.P.Taskar

About Institute

Establishment of polytechnic at Elphinsten Technical School, Dhobi Talav, Mumbai with 60 intake in civil engineering on 15th june, 1960.

The polytechnic acquired existing campus in May, 1985.

Introduction of new diploma courses under state government plan schemes. Electronics engineering and Instrumentation in 1988, Mechanical in 1989.

Implementation of world bank assisted projects 1990-98 major component were capacity expansion, quality and efficiency improvement. Under this started new course Computer Engineering 1992, awarded academic autonomy in 1990 to design develop, implements own curriculum and issue own diploma.

Implementation of Canada India industry polytechnic linkage project (ciiilp-2002 to 2005). The project focus was training of faculty and staff.

The polytechnic has been awarded Narsee Monjee Award 1999 for best performance in the year by ISTE.

About Institute

The diploma program in rubber technology, a joint venture between the institute and all india rubber industries association (airia) started in 1999-2000.

Accredited by National Board of Accreditation (NBA) for five diploma programs in 2003 those are civil, mechanical, electronics, computer, and instrumentation.

The polytechnic is selected for implementation of technical education quality improvement project (teqip- 2003-2009). The project was focused on development of excellence, establishment of campus wide networking, development of MIS, modernization of laboratories and faculty training.

The government institute of leather technology has been merged in the polytechnic as a department of leather technology in 2003. The department conducts two diploma courses viz. 1. Leather technology, 2. Leather goods and footwear manufacturing with 15 intake each.

A satellite design studio for footwear design has been established in 2005 as a joint venture of polytechnic and footwear design & development institute (fddi), Noida working under ministry of commerce, Government of India. The studio provides design and staff training facilities to the industries.

About Institute

The polytechnic is project institute for implementation of centre government scheme for bringing the persons with disabilities (pwd) in the main stream of technical education and community development through the polytechnic.

The polytechnic has started conducting number of continuing education programs for working class people from the industries and other organizations.

Governing Body

NAMEDESIGNATION
Prof. G B Dhanokar,
Technical Education Regional Office,
Joint Director,
Mumbai - 400 051.
Chairman
Mr. S P Dharmamer,
Office of the joint Director of Industries,(MMR) Chunabhatti,
Industries Officer,
Mumbai - 400 022.
Member
Mr. S M Patil,
Hon. Secretary,
The Institution of Engineers (India),
Maharashtra State Center,
15 Hajji Ali Park,
Mumbai – 400 034.
Member
Mr. R K Gajria,
CEO,
Manisha Consultant,
Malad (W), Mumbai – 400 064
Member
Mr. H K Kadam,
HR Manager(Development),
R.C.F Ltd,
Chembur, Mumbai-400 022
Member
Prof. V.D Patil,
Co-ordinator,
NITTTR Centre Pune,
412/D, Shivajinagar,
Pune- 411016
Member
Dr. H P Taskar,
Principal,
Government Polytechnic,
Mumbai.
Member Secratary

Board of Studies Committee

NAMEDESIGNATION
DR. H.J.NAIN
MANAGING DIRECTOR
BELTRONICS LTD. MAHIM MUMBAI
Chairman
DR. H.P.TASKAR
PRINCIPAL
GOVT. POLYTECHNIC MUMBAI
Member
MR.P.G.SAYGAVI
CONTROLLER OF EXAMINATION
MSBTE,MUMBAI
Member
DR.S.D.BHAGWAT
EX.PROFESSOR ELECTRICAL ENGGN.
V.J.T.I.MUMBAI
Member
MR.B.K.GODBOLE
CONSULTANT
ENCON ENGGN. VASHI NAVI, MUMBAI
Member
MR. P.D.NADKARNI
CITY ENGINEER
BMC MUMBAI
Member
S.N.BHOLE
DITECTOR
DEO CHEMICALS NAGPUR
Member
R.D.GADKARI
PROJECT MANAGER
FDDI MUMBAI
Invitee
MR.S.B.SIRBHATE
TPO GP MUMBAI
Member
MR. V.R.JADHAV
HOD INSTRUMENTATION
GOVT. POLYTECHNIC MUMBAI
Member
MR. R.G.VELASKAR
DESIGN ENGINEER MUMBAI
Member
MR. S.R.AHER
HOD ELECTRONICS
GOVT. POLYTEHNIC MUMBAI
Member
MR.B.B.KULKARNI
HOD MECHANICAL ENGINEERING.
GOVT. POLYTECHNIC MUMBAI
Member

Board of Studies Committee

NAMEDESIGNATION
MR. R.L.LONDHE
HOD COMPUTER ENGINEERING
GOVT. POLYTECHNIC MUMBAI
Member
MR.S.S. CHAVAN
HOD
GOVT. POLYTECHNIC MUMBAI
Member
MR.I.N.KHUSPE
CONTROLLER OF EXAMINATION
GOVT. POLYTECHNIC MUMBAI
Invitee
MR.G.T.JADHAV
FOREMAN
LEATHER TECHNOLOGY DEPT.
GOVT. POLYTECHNIC MUMBAI
Invitee
MR.P.U.TORE
LECTURER
G.P.MUMBAI
Member
MR.K.P.BAGADE
HOD APPLIED MECHANICS
G.P.MUMBAI
Member
MR.M.A.SURDIKAR
LECTURER G.P.MUMBAI
Invitee
MR.P.M SHETYE
CO-ORDINATOR RT PROGRAMME
Invitee
MR.N.M.KHADSE
LECTURER G.P.MUMBAI
Invitee

Right To Information

Accordingly, a Right to Information Cell has been established at Government Polytechnic, Mumbai

Major Labs:

Sr. No.Name and actual DesignationDesignation for RTIContact No.
1.Dr. Hemant P.Taskar
Principal
Appealing OfficerTel:022-26474780/ 587 / 057
Fax:- 022-26472552
Email: gpmumbai@gpmumbai.ac.in
2.Mr. P. P.Wani
Administrative Office
Information Officer
3.Mr. R. G. Lingayat
Register
Asst. Information Officer

Documents under 4(1)(b)at Government Polytechnic Mumbai :

i. The particulars of its organization, functions and duties.
ii. The powers and duties of its officers and employees .
iii. The procedure followed in the decision making process, including channels of supervision and accountability.

Right To Information

iv. The norms set by it for the discharge of its functions.
v. The rules, regulations, instructions, manuals and records, held by it or under its control or used by its employees for discharging its functions.
vi. A statement of the categories of documents that are held by it or under its control .
vii. The particulars of any arrangement that exists for consultation with, or representation by the members of the public in relation to the formulation of its policy or implementation thereof.
viii. A statement of the boards, councils, committees and other bodies consisting of two or more persons constituted as its part or for the purpose of its advise, and as to whether meetings of those boards, councils, committees and other bodies are open to the public, or the minutes of such meetings are accessible for public.
ix. A directory of its officers and employees.
x. The monthly remuneration received by each its officers and employees, including the system of compensation as provided in its regulations.
xi. The budged allocated to each of its agency, indicating the particulars of all plans, proposed expenditures and reports on disbursements made.

Right To Information

xii. The manner of execution of subsidy programmers, including the amounts allocated and the details of beneficiaries of such programs.
xiii. Particulars of concessions, permits or authorizations granted by it.
xiv. Details in respect of the information, available to or held by it, reduced in an electronic form.
xv. The particulars of facilities available to citizens for obtaining information, including the working hours of a library or reading room, if maintained for public use.
xvi. The names, designations and other particulars of the Public Information Officers.
xvii. Such other information as may be prescribed.

Infrastructure

DETAILS ABOUT THE EXISTING INFRASTRUCTURAL FACILITIES:
LAND : 28656.669 SQ. METER (2.8 HECTARES)

STATEMENT SHOWING EXISTING BUILDING DETAILS:

MAIN BUILDING

GROUND FLOOR 3540.83
FIRST FLOOR 3576.73
SECOND FLOOR 3202.93
THIRD FLOOR 2905.83
FOURTH FLOOR 2092.25
15318.57

WORKSHOP

GROUND FLOOR 1920.28
FIRST FLOOR 1920.28
3840.56

Infrastructure

LEATHER BUILDING

New BuildingGROUND FLOOR 167.57
FIRST FLOOR 571.71
SECOND FLOOR 626.00
THIRD FLOOR 626.00
BUILT TUP AREA OF
ADD COLUMN
4.00
1995.28

BOY'S HOSTEL

GROUND FLOOR 676.56
FIRST FLOOR 553.68
SECOND FLOOR 553.68
THIRD FLOOR 553.68
FOURTH FLOOR 553.68
TOTAL LAND AREA 28636.00

Diploma Programmes

COURSE INTAKE:

Following are the details of sanctioned intake of the institute in various branches. The admissions are carried out through centralize admission process by the Directorate of Technical Education, Maharashtra state, Mumbai.

Sr.No Diploma Programme ShiftIntake
1.Civil EngineeringIst60
IInd60
2.Computer EngineeringIst60
IInd (Minority)60
3.Electrical EngineeringIst60
4.Electronics EngineeringIst60
IInd60
5.Information Technology-Ist60
IInd (Minority)60
6.Instrumentation EngineeringIst60
7.Leather Goods And Footwear TechnologyIst15
8.Leather TechnologyIst15
9.Mechanical EngineeringIst60
IInd60
Total750

Diploma Programmes

The institute also admitting 25 supernumerary seats under the scheme for integrating Persons with Disabilities (SP-PWD) in the Mainstream of Technical and Vocational Education for admission of PWDs in Formal Programs and Various Non formal Programs as per Guidelines of MHRD.

Sr.No Diploma ProgrammeNo. Of Seats
1. Mechanical Engineering5
2. Civil Engineering5
3. Computer Engineering5
4. Electronics Engineering5
5. Information Technology5

Community College Scheme

About Scheme:

Government Polytechnic Mumbai (GPM) is an academically autonomous institute of Government of Maharashtra and in practice of conducting specialized and tailor made continuing education programs apart from conventional diploma courses across the vicinity of Mumbai.

Moreover, Government of Maharashtra has identified this institute for implementing Community college scheme of the Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD). This scheme aims to impart knowledge and skill based modular training programmes to generate employability. The modular training programmes will have different level based certifications; wherein at every level candidate will be equipped with knowledge and skill in particular area. The knowledge components in particular level will be evaluated by the institute and skill component by the prominent industry.

Consequently, this institute has identified “Electronics Security” as area through search conferences, since a metropolitan city like Mumbai need trained personnel in Electronics Security. Further, this institute has joined hands with M/s. Zicom Electronic Security Systems Ltd (ZESSL). ZESSL is incorporated in 1994 and leading organization in electronics security in India.

Community College Scheme

About Scheme:

GPM and ZESSL believe that education plays a catalytic role in the dynamic growth of nation. Further, they believe the partnership between industries and the educational institute can take-up the challenges in the era of cutting age technologies and fulfills the need of technicians in the skill sector of electronic security. They also believe that the partnership between GPM and ZESSL would benefit the community.

As a result of this GPM is planned to launch a programme in “Electronics Security” as detailed below:

Sr.No Certification course Intake Capacity DurationEligibility Contents
1.Electronics Security
40 seats1030 Hours
(= 8 months)
S.S.C/ITI or equivalentCCTV system, Fire alarm system, Access control system, Intrusion detection, Spoken English, Computer fundamentals

For further details please contact: +91- 9619300478,
E-mail: communitycollege@gpmumbai.ac.in

Information Technology

The department of Information Technology was established in 2001 with intake capacity of 40 students. In 2007 intake capacity is increased to 60 students. In 2011 minority shift (second shift) is started with intake capacity of 60 students. Information Technology department will strive to achieve excellence in education so as to enable students to establish themselves as world-class technicians. The department will provide vibrant infrastructure and software application tool sets to empower them with the proficiency and knowledge required to excel in the dynamic field of IT and to pursue higher education. Information Technology department is committed to create and disseminate knowledge through innovative teaching & learning to provide world class technicians at diploma level. It also Imparts technical knowledge and skills to students towards continuous improvement in education and placement and prepare the students to meet the challenges in the technical advancement to serve the community.

Major Labs

Sr.No Name of LabTotal InvestmentName of Lab In-charge Supporting Staff Extension No.
1. Network Access Center 7,50,000/- Prof. Srilatha Kummugury Mr. P. B. Yadav 223
2. Web Designing Lab 11,25,820/- Prof. P.L.Chelani Mr. P. B. Yadav 220
3. Hardware& Networking Lab11,25,820/- Prof. P.L.Chelani Mr. P. B. Yadav 220
4. Programming Laboratory 15,30,000/- Prof. U.C. Khake Mr. S.G. Jadhav 278
5. Audio visual Laboratory 12,00,000/-Prof. S.A.H.Shaikh Mr. K.G. Karulkar 277

Information Technology Engineering

Department Laboratories

1. Network Access Center:

The lab is equipped with 20 Acer Intel core 2 duo 2.93Ghz, 4GB RAM, 500GB HD, Windows 7 OS. All computers are connected in LAN, with internet facility.

2.Web Designing Lab:

Well furnished, Air conditioned Lab equipped with 20 Lenovo i5PCS(Intel I5, 4 GB RAM, 500GB HD with 64 bit Windows7), Local Area Network with Internet facility.Mainly used for web designing, computer fundamentals, VB.NET.

3.Hardware and networking Laboratory:

The lab is equipped with 15 Acer Intel core 2 duo 2.93Ghz, 4GB RAM, 500GB HD, Windows 7 OS. It is mainly used for Computer architecture and organization and Data communication and networking. Students learn assembling of PC in this lab.

4.Programming Laboratory:

The lab is equipped with 20 Acer Intel core 2 duo 2.93Ghz, 4GB RAM, 500GB HD, Windows 7 OS. All computers are connected in LAN, with internet facility. It is mainly used for subjects Relational Database Management System, Object Oriented Programming, and Java.

5.Audio Visual Laboratory:

Well furnished, Air conditioned Lab equipped with Lenovo i5 PCS(Intel I5, 4 GB RAM, 500GB HD with 64 bit Windows7), Local Area Network with Internet facility.Student perform practicals of Multimedia and Computer Graphics.

Information Technology Engineering

Continuing Education Programs:

In Collaboration with IIHT (Indian Institute of Hardware Technology) a course on Cloud Computing will start from November, 2013.

Program Duration (in weeks) Eligibility Contact Person
Cloud Computing Module 1- 4 weeks
Module 2- 4 weeks
Module 3- 4 weeks
Fresh graduates, Fresh engineers,
Final year IT relatedUG students,
BSC Computer Science, BCA and BSC (IT).
Dr. R. A. Patil
(Ext 277)

Cloud Computing is the delivery of computing as a service rather than a product, Whereby shared resources, softwares and information are provided to computers and other devices as utility over a network. The three most important services provided by cloud are SAAS(Software as a service), IAAS(Infrastructure as a service), PAAS (Platform as a service).The concept of cloud computing fills a perpetual need of Information Technology, a way to increase capacity or add capabilities on the fly without investing in new infrastructure, training new personnel or licensing new softwares. It encompasses any subscription based or pay per use service that in real time over the internet which extends IT’s existing capabilities. In short flexible infrastructure.

Faculty & Staff Details:

Sr. No. Name of Faculty/Staff Position Ext. No.
1. Dr. R. A. Patil I/C HOD 277
2. Prof. Pooja.L.Chelani Lecturer 220
3. Prof. S.A.H.Shaikh Lecturer 277
4. Prof. Usha.C.Khake Lecturer 278
5. Prof. Srilata Kummugury Lecturer (CB) 223
6. Mr. K.J. Karulkar Tech. Lab Assistant 277
7. Mr. S. G. Jadhav Lab Assistant 278
8. Mr. P. B. Yadav Lab Assistant 220
9. Mr. A.K. Hemade Lab Attendant 223
10. Mr. J.N. Sargar Hamal --

Electronics Engineering

The department of Industrial Electronics Engineering was established in 1988 with intake capacity of 60 students with MSBTE, Mumbai as a controlling authority for curriculum and examinations. For strengthening quality of technical education Govt. Polytechnic Mumbai was awarded Autonomy for curriculum and examinations in 1994. In 2006 the department renamed as Electronics Engineering Department. In 2010 second shift was started with intake capacity of 60 students. The department will strive to achieve excellence in education so as to enable students to establish themselves as world-class technicians and practicing engineer. The department has vibrant infrastructure and with Designing software’s like ORCAD, MATLAB, VLSI labs etc to empower them with the proficiency and knowledge required to excel in the dynamic field of Electronics and Technology to pursue higher education. It also Imparts technical knowledge and skills to students towards continuous improvement in education and placement and prepare the students to meet the challenges in the technical advancement to serve the community.

Major Labs:

Sr.No Name of Lab Total Investment Name of Lab
In-charge
Supporting Staff Extension No.
1. Power Electronics Lab 7,00,000/- Prof.S. R. Kasture Mr. P. B. Dongare 267
2. VLSI Lab 1,00,000/-
3. Digital Electronics Lab / LIC Lab 1,40,000/- Prof.S.G. Sakhare Mr.D. S. Garude 270/306
4. Basic/Applied Electronics Lab 4,00,000/- Prof.S.A.Ghodake Mr. K. B. Kaple 272
5. Workshop /PCB Lab. 1,00,000/-
6. Audio Visual Lab / Computer Lab./ Microcontroller Lab 7,50,000/- Prof. A. S. Aghav Mr. D. S. Garude 270

Electronics Engineering

Power Electronics Lab:

It is equipped with the state-of-the-art instrumentation for design, simulation, layout, prototyping, and testing of switching/analog circuits. The research in the Power Electronics Laboratory at GPM involves modeling, control, topologies, and integration of switching converters, inverters, class-D power amplifiers, soft switching techniques, single-phase and three-phase power factor correction methods, single phase and three-phase active power filters, power conversion for alternative energy sources, etc.

VLSI Lab:

This lab is well equipped with 20 Pentium – IV IBM, which are compatible with MATLAB 6.1., Xilinix ISE 8.2i, Cadence. In addition, this lab houses DSP processors like TMS 320 C5156 & TMS320 F2407with code composer studio, Advanced FPGA kits, advanced interface boards. LASER Printer, CD writer are also available in the laboratory.

Digital Electronics/Linear Integrated Circuit Lab:

In this lab experiments pertaining to linear and Digital integrated circuits can be carried out. This lab is well equipped with necessary trainer kits and accessories for conducting about 50 experiments. This Lab has Equipments which are: Demorgan Therom kit, Adder/ Subtractor, Multiplexer/Demultiplexer, Encoder/Decoder, Counter, Flip-Flop, Ring Counter ,Logic Gates, Shift Registers, Magnitude Comparator, Filters, Oscillators, Amplifiers, Modulators, Transmitters and Rectifiers.

Electronics Engineering

Basic Electronics/Applied Electronics Lab:

In this laboratory, experiments based on Electronics devices characteristics; Network theorems, simple Amplifier circuits and their response can be studied. About 35 experiments can be conducted in the lab. Major equipments are: CROs function generators, Digital Multimeters, Linear IC Power supplies, Digital IC Power supplies.

Audio Visual Lab / Computer Lab/Microcontroller Lab:

In this lab 35 numbers of 8085 trainer kits, 10 numbers of 8086 kits, Advanced 8086 trainer kit Microprocessor and Microcontroller Board are available to train the students. Sufficient numbers of interface cards are available in the lab. The laboratory has Pentium IV Processor that provides LAN environment with server 20 clients

Continuing Education Program:

Sr.No Program Duration (in weeks) Eligibility Contact person & Cell No
1. Mobile Repairing 12 weeks SSC PASS Prof. S.R.Kasture (Ext no.266)
Mr.P.B.Dongre (Ext no 267)

Faculty & Staff Details:

Sr. No. Name of Faculty/Staff Position Ext. No.
1. Prof. S.R.Kasture I/C HOD 266
2. Prof.S.A.Ghodake Lecturer 270
3. Prof. S.G.Sakhare Lecturer 306
4. Prof. S.C.Dhir Lecturer -
5. Prof. M.B.Ghodke Lecturer 264
6. Prof. A.S.Aghav Lecturer -
7. Prof. S.H.Sisodiya Lecturer 264
8. Prof. V.S.Pawar Lecturer 264
9. Prof. A.S.Pawar Lecturer 264
10. Prof. P.P.Rajhans Lecturer -
11. Prof. S.R.Nagargoje Lecturer -
12. Mr.P.B.Dongre Tech. Lab Assistant 267
13. Mr.K.B.Kaple Tech. Lab Assistant 272
14. Mr.D.S.Garude Tech. Lab Assistant 270
15. Mrs.S.S.Tondvalkar Peon -
16. Mr. S.P.Bule Hamal -

Computer Engineering

The Computer Engineering Department was established in the year 1994 and the first batch of first shift received their diploma award in the year 1997. The second shift of diploma program for minority was started in 2011 and the first batch of final year is in pipeline. Nearly 120 (including both shifts) students are admitted each year into the post SSC Diploma Programme, out of which the second shift is reserved only for minority. The diploma programme is a three years (six semesters) course, the curriculum being updated every 3-4 years according to the need of current technology used in the industries. The department with its state of the art laboratories and young and dynamic faculties are involved in providing quality education at diploma level.

Computer engineering is a highly innovative branch in computer and information technology covers major areas of software, hardware, networking, network security, object oriented programming languages, event driven programming languages, latest SQL database like SQL Server & Oracle, computer graphics ,Multimedia technology, web design and information technology.

Major Labs:

Sr.No Name of the Lab Major Equipment Total Investment Name of Lab In charge Supporting Staff
1. Software Laboratory (303A) Computer,printer,switch,visual studio,Mac PC 10,48,797 Prof. Vandana Lokhande Mr. S.A. Rokade
2. Hardware laboratory (303B) Computer,printer,switch turbo C 7,62,888 Prof R J Chavan Mr. S.A Rokade
3. Database laboratory (302A & 302B) Computer, switch,visual studio, java software 14,54,000 Prof. M H Bhalerao Mrs. H H Parab
4. Electronics Laboratory (313A & 313B) Computer,CRO,8085 kits,digital kits 7,00,000 Prof. Archana Kalyankar Mr. R.G. Waghmare
5. Network laboratory Network laboratory 4,00,000 Prof. M H Bhalerao Mr. N D Chavan

Computer Engineering

Software Laboratory (303A)

This laboratory is utilised for software related subject in which the object oriented programming languages, event driven programming languages practical is conducted.In addition to this it also covers the multimedia technology.

Hardware laboratory (303B)

This is the core laboratory of computer engineering dept. This lab is utilized to understand fundamental concepts of computer Systems .it covers the computer fundamental C programming and computer workshop practical’s.

Database laboratory (302A & 302B)

This laboratory is utilised for Database related subject which covers the SQL server 2011 and Oracle 11g databases.it also utilised for the programming practical like object oriented programming languages, event driven programming languages subjects.

Electronics Laboratory (313A & 313B)

This laboratory is utilised for Electronics related practical like Electronic workshop, Basic electronics, digital techniques and Microprocessor 8085 and 8086 which is base for computer fundamental.

Computer Engineering

Network laboratory

This is the core laboratory of computer engineering dept. This lab is utilized to understand fundamental concepts of computer Systems, computer hardware and networks .it covers the computer workshop, network management & infrastructure practical.

Continuing Education Program:

Sr.No Program Duration (in weeks) Eligibility Contact person
1. Computer Hardware & Networking 6 Weeks 10th Pass Prof. M H Bhalerao Mr. N.D Chavan
2. Windows server administration & infrastructure management 15 Weeks 10th Pass
3. Computer network technology infrastructure desing & management 8 Weeks 10th Pass

Faculty & Staff Details:

Sr. No. Name of Faculty/Staff Position Ext. No.
1. Prof. J.R. Nikhade I/c HOD, Computer 290
2. Prof. V.M. Aswar Lecturer in Computer 289
3. Prof. R.J. Chavan Lecturer in Computer 288
4. Prof. V.S. Lokhande Lecturer in Computer 292
5. Prof. M.H. Bhalerao Lecturer in Computer 291
6. Prof. P.S. Sadafule Lecturer in Computer 288
7. Prof. A.D.. Kalyankar Lecturer In Electronics 289
8. Mr. N.D. Chavan Technical. Lab. Assistant. 244
9. Mr. S.A. Rokade A.V. Technician 292
10. Mr. R.G. Waghmare Technical. Lab. Assistant. 274
11. Mrs. H.H. Parab Lab. Assistant. 291
12. Mr. V.R. Gawade Lab. Assistant. 291
13. Mr. S.M. Bhalerao Hamal

Electrical Engineering

The department of Electrical Engineering was established in 2009 with intake capacity of 60 students. The department empowers the students with the proficiency and knowledge required to excel in the dynamic field of Electrical to pursue higher education. It also imparts technical knowledge and skills to students towards continuous improvement in education and placement and prepares the students to meet the challenges in the technical advancement to serve the community.

Major Labs :

Name Of Lab. Total Investment Name of In-charge Supporting Staff Ext. Nos.
Electrical Machine lab (007B) 5,67,399 /- Prof.A.V.Patil Mr. A. D. Gengaje 
Mr. S. T. Bhawari
226
Electrical Measurement Lab(007A) 1,29,958/- Prof. S. R. Shiledar Mr. S. T. Bhawari
Mr. A. D. Gengaje
226
Basic Electrical Lab(212) 2,92,543/- Prof.M.P.Deshpande Mr. S. S. Dukare --
Electrical Computer Lab(116) 6,73,713/- Prof.J.D.Waghmare Mr. S. T. Bhawari 257
Switchgear & Protection Lab(106) Under development Prof.J.D.Waghmare Mr. S. S. Dukare --

Electrical Engineering

Electrical Machine Lab :

Electrical Machine Laboratory consolidates the theoretical concepts by means of practical and hands on approach to various machines such as Transformers, AC and DC Motors, Generators, Rectifier, etc.

Electrical Measurement Lab:

In this laboratory, experiments based on Electrical measurements, instrumentation; Network theorems can be studied. About 20 experiments can be conducted in the lab. Major equipments are: Digital Multi meters, ammeters, voltmeters, wattmeters, energy meter, calibration of energy meter, power factor meter, megger, CT, PT, etc

Basic Electrical Lab:

The lab is equipped with various measuring instruments, rheostats, Storage Battery , transformer, dimmer stat, Wheatstone bridge, LCD projector ,etc to perform the basic electrical engineering experiments.

 

Electrical Engineering

Electrical Computer Lab:

In this lab 20 computers are available to perform the various practicals of subjects like Microcontroller & application, Electrical Transmission & Distribution, Computer Fundamental, Electrical Drawing & Circuit Simulation which consolidates the theoretical concept by means of practice using computers.

 

Departmental Achievements:

The Department is running Community Polytechnic courses to transfer technology to the society. The Department conducted the workshop on Development of MSBTE lab manual of two subjects of Power Electronics, DC Machine &Transformer. The Students of third year engineering achieved First Prize on National Level Project Competition 2012 at Sangali.

Faculty/Staff details :

Sr. No. Name of Faculty/Staff Position Ext. No.
1. Prof.J.D.Waghmare I/C HOD 257
2. Prof.M.P.Deshpande Lecturer --
3. Prof.S.R.Shiledar Lecturer 224
4. Prof. A.V.Patil Lecturer --
5. Mr.A.D.Gengaje Technical Lab Ass. 226
6. Mr.S.T.Bhawari Electrician 257
7. Mr .S.S.Dukare Electrician 251
8. Mr A.M.Nikam Hamal 226
9. Mrs.A.M.Kadam Hamal 257

Instrumentation Engineering

The Instrumentation Engineering Department was established in the year 1988 and the first batch of Instrumentation engg. students received their diploma award in the year 1991. Nearly 60 students are admitted each year into the post SSC Diploma Programme, out of 60 students 50 % seats are reserved for girl students. The diploma programme is a three years (six semesters) course, the curriculum being updated regularly with inputs from industries and reputed educational institutions. The department with its state of the art laboratories and young and dynamic faculties are involved in providing quality education at diploma level.

Instrumentation engineering is a highly interdisciplinary branch covers major aspects of electrical, electronics, chemical, mechanical fundamentals. Instrumentation Engineering involves the applications of instruments for measurement and control different process variables like temperature, pressure, flow liquid level, pH, humidity, etc. Design of instruments and their applications are two inherent aspects in Instrumentation. Tools required for the automation e.g. DCS, PLC, SCADA, are covered under the curricula of Instrumentation Engineering. Instrumentation includes electronic, pneumatic, and hydraulic instrumentation systems as well. Computerized controls are used at a very large scale in process industries, refineries, petrochemical industries and many more.

Instrumentation Engineering

Major Labs :

Sr. No. Name of the Lab Total Investment Name of Lab In charge Supporting Staff Extension
1. Transducers and Measurement Laboratory 11,28,104/- Prof. S. D. Kapse Mr. A. A. Shivalkar 287
2. Process Control Laboratory 10,16215/- Prof. K. U. Davane Mr. H. S. Sawant 284
3. PLC and SCADA Laboratory 11,56,464/- Prof. U.B. Shinde Mr. H. S. Sawant 282
4. Electronics Laboratory 5,43,693/- Prof. V. K. Pawar Mr. A. A. Shivalkar 286
5. Advance Electronics Laboratory 20,53,400/- Prof. K. U. Waghmare Mr. A. A. Shivalkar 283

Instrumentation Engineering

 

Transducers and Measurement Laboratory:

This is one of the core laboratories of Instrumentation engineering dept. This lab contains   various sensor/transducer trainer kits that are used to measure different process variables like  temperature, pressure, displacement, vibration, level, flow, strain, force, humidity,  etc.

Process Control Laboratory:

This is one of the core laboratories of Instrumentation engineering dept. This lab is utilized to understand fundamental concepts of Process Control Systems using Ellipse SCADA based process control trainer set up, Current to Pressure (I/P )converter, Pneumatic trainer, different switches-Pressure and temperature, circular chart recorders, and so on.

PLC and SCADA Laboratory:

This is one of the advance laboratories of our dept., well equipped with various PLC control panels. This lab incorporates major PLCs from Allen Bradley’s and Siemens installed with programming software’s namely RSLogix-500 and Step-7 micro view . Also these PLC control panels have been interfaced with major SCADA softwares like RS VIEW32 and Wonderware. This lab also comprise with VFDs.

Electronics Laboratory:

This Lab is equipped with adequate number of CROs, Function Generators, Power supplies, Analog as well as Digital Multi Meters, Breadboards and various electronic components like Transistors & Analog ICs. There are number of trainer kits of power electronics and biomedical instrumentation to verify the concepts of theoretical studies. The first year- and final year students are encouraged to take in house projects based on electronic designs.  

Instrumentation Engineering

Advance Electronics Laboratory:

In this lab we have microprocessor/microcontroller trainer kit and software like Keil s/w, National Instruments LabVIEW software and NI MultiSim board , Turbo C++, Microsoft Office software . Here we provide programming facility to students to help them to perform hands on of courses like Microprocessor Techniques, Microprocessor Interfacing and Microcontroller , Computer Fundamentals, C- Programming and Control Systems.

Continuing Education Programs:

SR. No. Programme Duration (in weeks) Eligibility Contact person
1. Industrial Automation 9 weeks 10th+ 2Yrs Industrial Exp./ ITI/Diploma/B. E. Prof. S. G. Thube
(Ext- 280)
2. Integrated Building Management Systems (IBMS) 6 weeks 10th+ 2Yrs Industrial Exp./ ITI/Diploma/B. E.

Faculty/Staff details :

Sr. No. Name of Faculty/Staff Position Ext. No.
1 Prof. S. G. Thube I/C HOD 280
2 Prof. U. B. Shinde Lecturer and TPO 285
3 Prof. K.U. Waghmare Lecturer 281
4 Prof. K. U.Dawane Lecturer 285
5 Prof. V. K. Pawar Lecturer 281
6 Prof. S. D. Kapse Lecturer 281
7 Mr. H. S. Sawant Lab Assistant 283
8 Mr. A. A. Shivalkar Lab Assistant 286

Mechanical Engineering

The Mechanical Engineering Department was established in the year 1989. Currently the department works in two shifts with a sanctioned intake of 120 students. The department offers a three year post SSC Diploma Programme. The curriculum is updated regularly with inputs from industries and other stakeholders. The department has highly qualified and experienced teaching faculty.

Major Labs:

Sr.No Name of Lab Total Investment Name of Lab In-charge Supporting Staff Extension No.
1. Thermal Engineering 8,94,833 Prof. A. B. Despande Mr. F. B. Carwalo 229
2. Metrology &Quality Control 20,00,000 Dr. A. A. Lonkar Mr. A. B. Gaikwad 287
3. RAC 10,27,650 Prof. A. B. Despande Mr. F. B. Carwalo 229
4. Hydraulics 5,05,011 Prof. V. S. Sonavane Mr. V. S. Sonavane 228
5. CAD97,30,000 Dr. V. P. Rathod Mr. V. R. Patil 258
6. CNC 1,00,00,000 Prof. R. L. Doiphode -------------- 235

Mechanical Engineering

1. Thermal Engineering Lab :

This is one of the core laboratories of Mechanical Engineering department. This lab is well equipped with test rigs to conduct the experiments for verifying the performance of I/C engines. It also has models of I/C engines, boilers, and other thermal engineering equipments.

2. Metrology and Quality Control Lab :

It is one of the important laboratories in the department. It is well equipped with modern measuring instruments like profile projectors, gear tooth micrometer, tool maker microscope, angle dekker etc.

3. Hydraulic Lab :

Hydraulic laboratory is a well equipped laboratory in which various experiments related to hydraulic, hydraulic machinery and fluid power can be performed. The lab has two hydraulic benches, test rigs to study the performance of turbines, pumps and trainers to study industrial hydraulic and pneumatic circuits.

4. CAD Lab :

The lab consists of modeling softwares such as Uni-graphics, CATIA, Solid-works, PRO-E for 3D modeling and analysis. The advent of CAD has paved the way for highly flexible, accurate, fast and integrated approach for creating manufacturing products and its components.

5. CNC Lab :

CNC lab is one of the advanced labs in the department. It consists of CNC Milling centre and CNC turning machine. These machines are fully automatic and connected with Simulators. A batch of 20 students can perform practicals independently related to CNC programming.

Continuing Education Programs :

SR. No. Programme Duration (in weeks) Eligibility Contact person & Cell No:
1. AUTO-CAD 8 10th pass/ITI Prof. Ajay Naik(9833091185)
2. CAD/CAM - ProE 8 Diploma Dr. U. V. Pise(Ext. 248)
3. CNC PROGRAMMING 8 ITI/10 pass Prof. R. L. Doiphode(Ext. 235)

Mechanical Engineering

Faculty & Staff Details:

Sr. No. Name of Faculty/Staff Position Ext. No.
1. Prof. B. B. Kulkarni I/C HOD 230
2. Prof. R. V. Rupvate Lecturer 232
3. Dr. A. A. Lonkar Lecturer 231
4. Prof. V. S. Sonawane Lecturer 232
5. Prof. A. V. Khandekar Lecturer -----
6. Dr. U. V. Pise Lecturer 248
7. Prof. R.L. Doiphode Lecturer 235
8. Prof. A. B. Deshpande Lecturer 233
9. Dr. S. S. Bhambre Lecturer -----
10. Prof. P. M. Karande Lecturer -----
11. Dr. V. P. Rathod Lecturer 256
12. Prof. S. P. Kadam Lecturer 248
13. Prof. R. U. Chavhan Lecturer 248
14. Prof. Y. B. Jamnik Lecturer 248
15. Prof. G.S. Dharme Lecturer 248
16. Mr. F. B. Carwalo Lab Assistant 229
17. Mr. A. B. Gaikwad Lab Assistant 231
18. Mr. T. K. Khare Lab Assistant 228
19. Mr. V. R. Patil Lab Assistant 258
20. Mr. S. H. Thakur Lab Attendant -----
21. Mr. A. S. Jadhav Hamal -----

Leather Technology

Government Institute of Leather Technology was established in 1938 under Board of Technical Education to conduct two years Diploma in Leather technology and Diploma in Leather Goods Footwear technology. The object of the establishment was to create trained man power due to huge demand of quality technician and experts in Leather, footwear and Leather Chemical Sector in India. It was established by Bombay Province (British Government). In 1963 two years Diploma Programme was converted to three years diploma in Leather technology and two years Advance diploma in Leather Goods and Footwear Technology till 1988 under Board of Technical Education. In 1988, these programmes were merged in Maharashtra State Board of Technical Education. In 1994 two years Advance Diploma in Leather Goods and Footwear Technology programme were converted to three years Diploma in Leather Goods and Footwear Technology. Both the diploma were recognized and approved by All India Council of Technical Education. In 2003 Government Institute of leather Technology merged in Government Polytechnic Mumbai and now it is the one of department of Government Polytechnic Mumbai. The Student work with D’Lords Shoes. Metro shoes, Kavis fashion, Alpha chemicals, Italy, Ram export, Lakhani shoes, SGS testing, colorants, Viswat Chemical, Pidilite , Indofil, BASF chemicals,etc. as quality technician and experts in Leather, footwear and Leather Chemical ,Leather Goods and Garment Sector in India and abroad.

Leather Technology

Sailent Features of Department :

Professional Education:

The Department has pioneered professional education in leather sector of India. Today the Dept. academic standards have become industry benchmarks.

Relevant Curricular:

The Curricular have been meticulously planned and structured. And though many of them were originally patterned after courses abroad, they have been recast to suit the Indian ethos. At the same time, care has been taken to ensure their global relevance. The multidisciplinary curricula deliver a skill-oriented, broad based coaching for developing professionals.

Industry Internship:

Students undergo an 16 week internship to study manufacturing process, observe and execute different department functions and execute small projects as per organizational needs. This internship helps industry analyses its day-to-day activities. Students in turn, gain solid, practical experience. They also improve their interpersonal communication skills by frequent industrial visits. The findings are then presented to the department for assessment.

Leather Technology

Small Class Size:

A class at the Department is restricted to 15 students. This ensures a close and meaningful relationship between teachers and students. The faculty is able to devote more quality time to each student, interacting with them closely on a one-to one basis.

Teaching Methodology:

The basic elements of the Department’s teaching methodology are theory, demonstration and practice. Focus is learning by doing. Students undertake classroom and practical assignments make presentations and participate in Group Discussions and seminars. The lecture mode of teaching is supplemented by the latest Audio-visual and IT aids.

Evaluation:

There is a system of continuous assessment. Students are evaluated by way of assignments, projects, internships and presentation which are held thrice during the semester and once at the end of the semester. The aim is to closely monitor a student’s evolution as a professional.

Leather Technology

Major Labs:

SR. No.Name of LaboratoryCost of Equipments (Rupees in lac.)Name of In-charge
1. Footwear Technology lab-112.00Prof. R. C. Indulkar
2. Footwear Technology lab-24.00Prof. V. N. Chaudhari
3. Leather goods lab. 4.00Prof. R. C. Indulkar
4. Leather Physical testing Lab.3.00 Prof. K. M. Ramteke
5. Chemistry lab.2.00Prof. L. A. Magdum
6. Tannery Yard2.00Prof. G. T. Jadhav
7. Computer Lab3.00Prof. Birbal Joshi

Faculty/Staff details :

Sr. No.Name of Faculty/StaffPositionExt. No.
1. Prof. M. B.Pol Lecturer in Leather Technology 298
2. Prof. S. G.Darveshi Lecturer in Leather Goods footwear Technology 298
3. Mr. K. M. Ramteke Chemical Assistant 298
4. Mr. L. A.Magdum Forman -Leather 298
5. Mr. G.T.Jadhav Technical Lab Assistant 298
6. Mr. R. C.Indulkar Instructor(footwear) 298
7. Mr. V. N.Chaudhari Instructor(footwear) 298
8. Mr. B. K. Joshi Chemical Assistant 298
9. Mr . S. V. Patil Skilled Worker 298

Science And Humanities Department

Science and Humanity department is the backbone of technical education. This department is as old as government polytechnic Mumbai and established in the year 1960. This department offers different subjects like Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and English etc.

APPLIED CHEMISTRY :

Chemistry is a basic Science subject which is essential for all Engineering Courses. It gives knowledge of engineering materials, their properties related applications and selection of material for engineering applications. Due to technological progress there are hazardous effects on environment and human life. The core knowledge of environment effect will bring awareness among students about the precautions and preventions to be taken to reduce the ill effects .This subject will generate curiosity of carrying out further development in engineering field.

APPLIED PHYSICS :

The special feature of the subject is to develop the laboratory skills using Principals of Scientific Phenomenen.This course will satisfy the entire need of the technical students for his development in technical field. Different topics have been included in the syllabus will develop intellectual skills of the students. The focus of the subject is to develop psychomotor skill.

Science And Humanities Department

COMMUNICATION SKILLS :

Since English is the global language today, the basic knowledge of this language is essential for everyone. To cope up with the challenges of the modern world, every engineering and technology students need the help of English. The major part of their work experience needs certain knowledge of this language. At worksite, on shop floor or in fields, they are required to take instructions from superiors and pass them onto subordinates. For writing letters, circulars, memos, notice and reports are the important task for engineering students for which they might in need of English language which transforms them into future technician.

APPLIED MATHEMATICS :

Applied mathematics help students to learn basic facts, concepts, principle and procedure of mathematics as a tool to analyze Engineering problems and lay down foundation for understanding the engineering and core technology subjects. Numerical analysis method is used to develop efficient algorithms for solving problems in science and technology and for to prepare programmes of Computer technology. Laplace transforms and Fourier transform resolves a function or signal into its mode of vibration. Laplace transform is used for analysis of linear-time invariant system such that electrical circuits, harmonic oscillation, optical devices and mechanical systems.

Science And Humanities Department

Major Labs :

Name Of Lab. Lab.Incharge Supporting Staff Total Investment Ext.No.
CHEMISTRY Prof. S.M. Patil Mr.V.M.Bhor 10,28,150 252
PHYSICS Prof. A.V.Pagar Mrs. R. Shikalgar 12,25000 253
LANGUAGE LAB. Prof. S.S.Kulkarni Mr. V. M.Bhor 10,00000 251

Faculty/Staff details :

Sr. o. Name of Faculty/Staff Position Ext. No.
1. Dr.A.U.WARAD I/C Head, Science and Humanity 251
2. Prof. R.A.PAWAR Lecturer in Mathematics 251
3. Prof. S.M.PATIL Lecturer in Chemistry 252
4. Prof. Y.D.BHIDE Lecturer in Physics 253
5. Prof. A.V.PAGAR Lecturer in Physics 253
6. Prof. L.M.KHADKE Lecturer in Chemistry 252
7. Prof. S.S.KULKARNI Lecturer in English 251
8. Prof. K.R.KULKARNI Lecturer in English 251
9. Prof. J.R.RATNALI Lecturer in Mathematics 251
10.Prof. V.S.PATIL Lecturer in Mathematics 251

Rubber Technology

Diploma program in Rubber Technology is a unique program in Western India being conducted in collaboration with All India Rubber Industries Association (AIRIA).The Program is designed with the involvement of industry experts to meet the rubber industry needs.

After Completing this programme students will develop competencies in quality control, production and testing of rubber products.

The Passouts have job potentials in Rubber product manufacturing units, raw material manufacturers, and other ancillary products in marketing,production and Quality Audit.

Major Labs:

Rubber Processing Laboratory:

Rubber Processing Lab carries out processing of various actiivities in extraction of rubber

Rubber Testing Laboratory:

Rubber testing Lab carries out physical testing of the rubber vulcanized which necessary to trace out the shortfalls in processing methods, to control and maintain the quality of products and to undertake research and development work

Rubber Technology

Faculty & Staff Details:

Sr. No. Name of Faculty/Staff Position Ext. No.
1 Prof. Reni Selby Lecturer ----
2 Prof. Ranjit Pawar Lecturer ----
3 Prof. Siddhi Samant Lecturer ----
4 Prof. M. D. Dixit Lecturer ----
5 Dr. A. M. Prabhu Lecturer ----
6 Prof. Jayprakash Prajapati Lecturer ----
7 Prof. P. M. Shetye Lecturer ----
8 Prof. Avinash R. Pai Lecturer ----
9 Prof. Sunilkumar Shrivastav Lecturer ----
10 Prof. Anuja S. Mandle Lecturer ----
11 Prof. Ashwin Soni Lecturer ----
12 Prof. Nikhil Vaidya Lecturer ----
13 Prof. Ajay V. Rane Lecturer ----
14 Prof. Priyanka P. Kulkarni Lecturer ----
15 Prof. V. R. Altekar Lecturer ----
16 Prof. Saurabh Salgia Lecturer ----
17 Prof. Devendra Gandhi Lecturer ----
18 Prof. Anand B. Deshpande Lecturer ----
19 Prof. Rajendra S. Dangat Lecturer ----

Civil Engineering

After completion of this program the students develop competencies in supervisory skills, drafting skills, estimation, costing and tendering, entrepreneurial skills, prototype testing and surveying.

The passouts can have job potentials in construction organization, Government and provate firms engaged in different types of constructions, consultancy services and also self employment.

Major Labs

Computer Lab :

This laboratory is utilised for software related subject in which the object oriented programming languages, event driven programming languages practical is conducted.In addition to this it also covers the multimedia technology.

Soil Mechanics Lab:

Soil Mechanics Lab describes the behaviour of soil. Soil mechanics provide the theoretical basis for analysis in geotechnical engg and engg geology.

Strength of Material Lab:

Mechanics of Materials, also called Strength of Materials, is a lab which deals with the behaviour of solid objects subject to stresses and strain.

Surveying Lab:

Surveying Lab is a lab of profession, and science of accurately determining the terrestrial or three-dimensional positions of points and distance and angles between them, commonly practiced by licensed surveyors, and members of various building professions.

Civil Engineering

Faculty & Staff Details:

Sr. No. Name of Faculty/Staff Position Ext. No.
1 Prof. S.S Chavan I/C HOD 260
2 Dr. R.N Thakur Lecturer 259
3 Dr. D.K Gupta Lecturer 231
4 Prof. M.K Anserwadekar Lecturer 261
5 Prof. S.M Male Lecturer 261
6 Prof. S.S Kasulla Lecturer 261
7 Prof. M.S. Sorde Lecturer 261
8 Mr. A. M Potdar Curetor 260
9 Mrs. S.K Rajam Lab Assistant 262
10 Mr. R.S Barfe Lab Assistant 218
11 Mr. V.S Gabhale Peon -----
12 Mr. U.S Govit Peon -----
13 Mr. Nikam Peon -----

Curriculum

Curriculum

Online Resources


1. Web OPAC. (Online Public Access Catalogue) for online book search facility in institute campus.
2. DELNET (Developing Library Network) Engineering and Technology ( E-journals and E-books).
3. NPTEL (National Programme on Technology Enhance Learning).
4. Online Marathi Vishvakosh (Free online Marathi Encyclopedia).
5. DOAJ (Directory of Open Access Journals )
6. International journal of computer science issues
7. International journal of communications, network and system sciences
8. International journal of advancements in computing technology
9. International journal of digital content technology and its applications.
10. Journal of convergence information technology

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  • INSTRUMENTATION ENGINEERING

  • MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

  • CIVIL ENGINEERING

  • ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING

  • LEATHER ENGINEERING

  • RUBBER TECHNOLOGY

  • SCIENCE AND HUMANITIES DEPTARTMENT

Central Library

This institute has an excellent Central Library STOCKED with latest editions of books, periodicals, encyclopedias, handbooks, data books, CDs and DVDs covering all facets of engineering. Library serves to fulfill the academic needs of the diploma students, faculties and supporting staffs. Library provides continuous access to knowledge and information to the users of the library for achieving excellence in engineering disciplines. Library is fully computerized using SLIM software. Library serves to fulfill the academic needs of all diploma students, faculties and supporting staffs. Book circulation and search facility (OPAC) is provided to the users using the software. E-books and e-journals are also available through DELNET for the users.

Major Sections :

SR. No.Name of the SectionsBrief DescriptionName of the Incharge
1.Circulation SectionBook Circulation to the users.Mrs. R. D. Jadhav
2.Periodical Section.New periodicals /Journals display and circulation to users.Mr. T. B. Borse.
3. E-library Online resources like e-books , journals, Cds and DVDs And online search facility (OPAC) provided to the users. Mr. T.B.Borse
4. Reference Section Reference books like encyclopedia, directories, handbooks, data books are provided by library Mrs. R. D. Jadhav
5. Reading Room Reading room facility provided by this section. Mrs. K. J. Parmar

Central Library

Library collection (as on 31/03/2013) :

Sr. No. Particulars Nos.
1. Books 39,007
2. CD 710
3. Audio Cassettes. 13
4. Technical Journals Subscribed. 31
5. E-journals. 623

Library Services / facilities :

1. Book lending facility.
2. Reference Service.
3. Display of new Arrivals.
4. Book Bank facility for all students.
5. Inter library Loan System.
6. Open Access System for students and faculty members.
7. Current Awareness Service.

Central Library


8. Reading room facility.
9. News paper Clipping Service.
10. Reprography (Photocopy) facility is available for BIS Codes, Syllabus, question papers and rare documents only.
11. Internet facility.

Additional Activities/ Services / facilities :

1. Book Exhibition
2. GPM Talent Search Exam.
3. "14 Hours Continuous Study" on the occasion of Dr. Babasabed Ambedkar Birth Anniversary.
4. Student Council Meeting for library problems/solutions.
5. Publication of "Know Your Library."
6. "Granthayan" Wall Poster Publication.
7. Build your "Vocabulary."
8. Essay Competition.
9. Display List of Roll Model Books.
10. User Orientation Programme for new users

Central Library

Faculty/Staff Details :

SR. No. Name Designation Contact Nos.
1. Mr. K.R.Bhawar ( M.A. M.Lib.I.Sc. M.Phil)
(E-mail: kishanrbhawar@rediffmail.com)
Librarian Ext No:245
2. Mrs. R. D. Jadhav ( M.A. M.Lib.I.Sc.)
(E-mail: rajashri_nitner@rediffmail.com)
Assistant Librarian Ext No:247
3. Mr. T.B.Borse (M. A. M.Lib.I.Sc.)
(E-mail: tushar.nice@gmail.com)
Assistant Librarian Ext No:247
4. Mr. Wayal N.S. Library Attendant -
5. Mrs. K.J.Parmar Library Attendant -
6. Mr. R.S. Este. Hamal -

Examination Cell

The Examination Cell of Government Polytechnic Mumbai was established in 1994 with the commencement of academic autonomy. Examination Cell is mainly responsible for conduction of various examinations of different diploma programs offered by the institute, declaration of results, and providing the diploma certificates to the students who have successfully completed these diploma programs. These responsibilities make the Examination Cell, the backbone of this autonomous institute.

Activities performed by Examination Cell :

  • Course Registration
  • Examination Registration
  • Theory and Practical Examination conduction
  • Award of Diploma Certificates
  • Issue Equivalence certificates, Provisional Certificate, Migration Certificate, Verification Certificate, Transcript etc.
  • Examination Cell

    Examination cell is equipped with :

    Equipment Name Quantity
    Server with Intel Xeon processor 01
    Computers with Intel Core 2 Duo Processor 04
    SHARP Photocopier cum Printer (35ppm) 03
    RICOH Gestetner (120ppm) 01
    Management Information System Software 01

    Faculty/Staff details :

    Sr. No.Name of Faculty/Staff Position Ext. No.
    1. Mr. G.G. Wankhede Controller of Examination 240
    2. Mrs. A.V. Deshpande Programmer 241
    3. Mr. V.R. Gawade Clerk
    4. Mrs. P.S. Gholap Data entry operator
    5. Mr. G.P. Raorane Data entry operator
    6. Mrs. C.C. Gawade Peon
    7. Mr. A.G. Salve Peon

    Placement Services

    Placement cell acts as a facilitator and tries to provide best match between the graduate aspiration’s and the industry requirements. The cell maintains close liaison with various industrial establishments, which conduct campus interviews and select graduate students from all disciplines. The placement cell provides infra-structural facilities to conduct group discussion, test and interviews.

    Infrastructure:

    Training and Placement cell maintains a well equipped air conditioned Auditorium hall. The hall has audio visual facility with the state of the art infrastructure. The auditorium hall is used for Conducting campus interviews, Seminars and guest lectures, State and National level training program/workshop.

    Industrial training in reputed industries is arranged for various disciplines to provide industrial exposure to the students. Seminar and guest lectures are arranged to expose the students to the latest technology trends and also to educate them on capabilities required to deal with current demand.

    Needless to say, our graduates are perfect combination of rigorous thinking, hard work, and strong fundamentals.

    Our Recruiters:

    Sr. No. Name of Company Sr.No Name of Company
    1. A.C.C. Concrete 25.Hitesh Marine
    2. Prothious 26. Standard Printer Providers
    3. Godrej Ltd. 27. Shree khodiyar Group of company
    4. Atlas Copco 28. Mukand Ltd.
    5. Larsen & Toubro, (ECC Div.) 29. EATON, Pune
    6. L & T Ltd, Powai 30. Avaya Global Connect Ltd.
    7. Fenesta Building System 31. TATA Consultancy Services
    8. Tata Power Co. Ltd. 32. ATE Enterprises Pvt. Ltd.
    9. Tata Consultancy Engg. (TCE) 33. ITD Cementation India Ltd.
    10. Mahindra & Mahindra 34. Sterling & Wilson
    11. Voltas 35. IBM
    12. Emerson Network Power (I) 36. TATA Power (Sed. Div.)
    13. Essar Group Hozira Gujarat 37. CMS Computers
    14. Super Technical Enterprises, Dubai 38. Remi Process plant Pvt. Ltd.
    15. Eviska InfoTech Pvt. Ltd. 39. Cosmos Group
    16. Ankur Enterprises, Mumbai 40. Bajaj Auto
    17. Ispat Industries Ltd. 41. TATA Motors
    18. Sutherland Global 42. Shiv Tech Marin
    19. Blue Star 43. HCL
    20. Simkraft 44. Mahanagar Gas Ltd.
    21. C.S. Diesel Engg.,Andheri 45. Siemens Ltd
    22. Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd. 46. FLSmidth Pvt. Ltd.
    23. Texican Electronics 47. Wipro InfoTech
    24. ACCEL Frontline 48. Owens Corning India Pvt. Ltd.

    Placement Services

    Placements details from 2006 to 2013:

    Academic YearEligible & Interested Students for PlacementNo. of Placement% of Placement
    2006-07 200 (Approx.) 171 85%
    2007-08 200 (Approx.) 197 98%
    2008-09 200 (Approx.) 67 33%
    2009-10 112 46 50%
    2010-11 65 49 75%
    2011-12 100 65 65%
    2012-13 80-37(CO/IT) = 50 24* 48%

    Faculty/Staff details:

    Sr. No. Name of Faculty/Staff Position Ext. No.
    1. Uday B. Shinde I/C T&P officer 243
    2. S. C. Badge Tech. Lab Assistant 243
    3. R.J.Patil Peon -

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