CM, IF & EJ Courses are Accredited by National Board of Accreditation (NBA), New Delhi for 3 Years w.e.f. 8-11-2013.

Prospectus 2017-18


Any amendments/Acts/ Judgments which may be published by Government/Hon. Courts of India from time to time will be applicable to Candidates.

Trust Board

Shri. Keshavji Umarshi Chhadva

Chairman



Shri. Damji Lalji Shah

Managing Trustee


Shri. Navin Karamshi Shah

Managing Trustee



Shri. Shamji Tokarshi Vora

Trustee - President


Shri. Nenshi Lakhamshi Shah

Trustee - Vice President


Shri. Piyush Vasanji Shah

Trustee - Hon. Secretary



Shri. Mansukh Laxmichand Shah

Trustee - Hon.Jt. Secretary


Shri. Jadhavji Lalji Shah

Trustee


Shri. Jayanti Keshavji Chhadva

Trustee



Shri. Atul Damji Shah

Trustee


Shri. Premji Meghji Rambhiya

Hon.Jt. Secretary


Honourable members of Mahavir Education Trust's Managing Council
     Nominees of:
  • Lalji Velji Anchorwala Charitable Trust
  • Smt Laxmiben Karamshi Shah Bhujpurwala Charitable Trust
  • Shri Valji Anand Chheda Welfare Foundation
  • Shri Champsi Keshavji Charitable Trust
  • Smt Mithaben Nenshi Shah Charitable Trust
  • Shri Meghji Umarshi Charitable Trust
  • M/S Bombay Grain Dealers Welfare Society
  • Shri Umarshi Hirji Chhadva Charitable Trust
  • Shri Lakhamshi Gelabhai & Co
  • Amarsons Colections
  • Shri Damji Shamji & Family
  • Shri Lalji Lakhamshi Savla Charitable Trust
  • Shri Kanjibhai Ravji & Sons
  • Smt Lilabai Ramji Hirji (Gajodwala)
  • Smt Hirbai Morarji Nanji Gala
  • Shri Meghji M Shah & Family
  • Shri Shamji Korshi (Prince Plastic)
  • Shri Babubhai Bhawanji
  • Smt Lakhnibai Ramji Gala (Navneet Prakashan)
  • M/S Benzer
  • Shri Shantilal Jethalal (Godhrawala)
  • Shri Mavji Devji Shethia
  • Shri Jagshi Jethabhai Chheda
  • Ms Divya Shah
  • Smt Panbai & Devechand Nanji Charitble Trust
  • Shri Jethabhai Poonjabhai
  • Shri Jayanti Keshvji Chhadva
  • Shri Atul Damji Shah
Salient features of the institute
  • State of Art Infrastructure.
  • Good Institute Industry Interaction.
  • Good Indoor & Outdoor Sports Facilities.
  • Overall Development Focused Value Based Education.
  • Daily Attendance SMS updates to Parents.
  • SMS updates to Students about Institute Activities.
  • Book Bank Facility for Students.
  • Individual Email Accounts Facility to Students.
  • Institute Update on Social Websites.
  • Model Solutions for Board Question Papers Prepared by Experienced, Qualified Staff for Students.
  • Staff to Students Ratio of 1:20
  • Computers to Students Ratio of 1:2.5
  • Regular Workshops and Seminars for students Development.
Principal

Prof. Sanjay Lunge

I/C Principal

Qualification:
M.E. (Digital Electronics) Sant Gadgebaba Amravati University, Maharashtra
B.E. (Electronics Engg.) from Nagpur University, Maharashtra

Professional Experience:
Teaching: 15 years
Industrial Experience: 5 years
No. of Research Papers Published: 3

Professional Membership:
Life Member, Indian Society for Technical Education
Life Member, Computer Society of India
Life Member, The Institution of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineers
Member, Institute of Engineers (India)
Member, International Association of Engineers (IAENG)
IETE Mumbai Center EC Member

Mission, Vision, Goals & Objectives

MISSION

To mould the young talented one into a skilled dedicated technocrat capable of fulfilling the technical needs of our developing country.

VISION

Provide state of art quality technical education and ensure creative development of talents.

GOALS

  1. To become a technical resource for the aspiring technical entrepreneurs.
  2. To become a leading Technical Institute with quality and value added Education.

OBJECTIVES

  1. To improve our resources and make the best use of the infrastructure.
  2. To incorporate and assimilate the recent techniques of learning and Teaching.
  3. To enhance the thinking and creative potential.
  4. To make the students develop self - learning process, leadership qualities, self confidence and morale.
1. Establishment & Management

1.1 Mahavir Education Trust established for the purpose of developing technical education started the Polytechnic in the year 1983 with the help of munificent donations from two main donors viz.
i)Shri Lalji Velji Anchorwala and
ii)Smt. Laxmiben Karamshi Bhujpurwala Charitable Trust. Both the donors belong to the Kutchhi Community and as per their wish the Polytechnic is named as "SHAH AND ANCHOR KUTCHHI POLYTECHNIC"

1.2 The funds for the development of the Polytechnic augmented from time to time, with the donations from philanthropic businessmen & industrialists.

1.3 The Polytechnic is accredited by the National Board of Accreditation (NBA) for the following post SSC full time Diploma courses for the period of 3 years w.e.f. 08/11/2013.
(a) Electronics & Telecommunication Engg.
(b) Computer Technology.
(c) Information Technology.
The Institute has acquired ISO 9001-2008 Certification for quality education. The Polytechnic is also recognized and approved by All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) & Directorate of Technical Education (DTE) Maharashtra State, it is affiliated to Maharashtra state Board of Technical Education (MSBTE) which sets the curricula for different Diploma courses conducts Examinations and awards the Diploma after passing the final year Examination.

1.4 The Polytechnic was inaugurated on 27th August, 1983 by Late Shri. Vasantdada Patil, the then Hon'ble Chief Minister of Maharashtra State.

1.5 After starting the Polytechnic the Mahavir Education Trust has also established an Engineering College known as "SHAH & ANCHOR KUTCHHI ENGINEERING COLLEGE" at Chembur which is affiliated to the University of Mumbai and has been awarded Grade"A"by the Directorate of Technical Education (M.S.).

2. Location & Environment

2.1 The Polytechnic is situated in the strategic location Chembur of the mega city at Mahavir Education Trust Chowk, Waman Tukaram Patil Marg, Next to Dukes Company, Chembur, Mumbai-400 088 and is about one & half kilometers away from Chembur and Govandi Railway Station. A number of BEST bus routes from Kurla, Ghatkoper, Mulund, Borivali, Goregaon, Andheri, Bandra, Dadar, New Mumbai etc. to the Polytechnic are available. The Institute is also well connected with Express Freeway and India’s only Mono-Rail.

2.2 The Polytechnic has all facilities such as well equipped Laboratories, Workshop, Drawing Halls, Library as well as Sports Facilities. It has on its rolls qualified and competent faculty members.

2.3 The Trust has acquired an open plot on long lease from the Mumbai Municipal Corporation and developed it as an outdoor sports ground.

3. Courses Offered & Sanctioned Intake
3.1 The Polytechnic offers instructions in following Diploma Courses of full time duration of three years in the field of engineering & Technology:

  1. Computer Technology - 30 Seats
  2. Electronics Engineering - 60 Seats
  3. Electronics & Telecommunication Engg. - 60 Seats
  4. Information Technology - 30 Seats

4. General Information Rules

Admission Rules:
NOTE:
Notification regarding admission will be appearing in the following News Papers.
1) Times of India
2) Maharshtra Times
3) Divya Bhaskar

4.1 As per M.S.B.T.E. Office order No.MSBTE/ D-50/CDC/2006/4286 dated 23/5/2006, all the above courses have been converted into Semester Pattern of Teaching and Assessment w.e.f. academic year 2008-09.

4.2 Rules for Admission:
In exercise of the powers conferred by section 23 of the Maharashtra Unaided Private Professional Educational Institutions (Regulation of Admissions and Fees) Act, 2015 (Mah. XXVIII of 2015), the Government of Maharashtra has notified the rules to regulate the admissions to the First and Direct Second Year of Full Time Professional Diploma Technical Courses (Engineering and Technology) through Government Notification Higher and Technical Education department dated 24th April 2017. These rules are called the Maharashtra Unaided Private Professional Educational Institutions (Regulation of Admission to the Full Time Professional Diploma Technical Courses) Rules, 2017. Here after it will be termed "Govt. Admission Rules" for admission to all Full time Diploma courses conducted in this Polytechnic.

4.2.1 Minority Quota Seats (CAP) (51% Course wise):
As per the Office Order of the Director of Technical Education, Government of Maharashtra vide letter No. 2/NGC/2001/Minority Admin/15180, dated 24/6/02 this Polytechnic is permitted to admit Fifty One percent of the candidates belonging to the Jain Gujarati Religious Linguistic Minority. Accordingly, the Polytechnic will admit Fifty One percent of the sanctioned seats in each branch of study, from the candidates belonging to the Jain Gujarati Religious Linguistic Minority. These Seats will be filled through CAP by State CET Cell, Maharashtra State, Mumbai as per the Government Admission Rule.

4.2.2 Non Minority Seats under Centralization Admission Process (CAP):
Total Seats available as Non-Minority Seats under CAP out of sanctioned intake will be as per following table (Table 1). These seats will be filled by State CET Cell, Maharashtra State, Mumbai as per Government Admission Rules.

4.2.3 Institute Level Seats:
Total Seats as Institute Level Seats out of sanctioned intake will be as per following table (Table 1). These seats shall be filled by the Institute as per the guidelines given in Government Admission Rules. Candidates interested in seeking admission in Institute Level seats shall contact Polytechnic Admission Cell.

Table 1: Available Seats under CAP and Institute Level.

Couse
Total Intake
CAP Seats
Minority
CAP Seats
Non-Minority
Total Seats
Under CAP
Institute Level
Computer Technology (CM)
30
15
12
27
3
Electronics Engg. (EX)
60
31
29
60
0
Electronics & Telecommunication Engg. ( EJ )
60
31
26
57
3
Information Technology ( IF )
30
15
12
27
3


4.3 Candidate seeking admission to Minority Seat shall fill and confirm the online option form as per State CET Cell, Maharashtra State, Mumbai. These seats shall be allotted by CAP.

4.4 Institutional Quota Seats - Candidates having candidature of these seats shall first/initially apply to the Competent Authority, who shall prepare Merit List of all such applicants, to enable the institutions to give admissions to such applicants on the basis of inter-se merit, as specified by the appropriate authority.

4.4.1 Candidates whose name has appeared in CAP Merit list and willing to take admission at Institute level shall apply online from our website. Information brochure is available in Polytechnic Office. Candidate can refer the instructions for online application on our web site www.sakp.ac.in and submit printed copy of application form complete in all respect together with necessary documents to the Principal office of this Polytechnic so as to reach before 3 pm. on the date notified.

4.4.2 Such applications must be signed by the candidate himself/herself and declaration signed by parent/guardian of the candidate.

4.4.3 Application of the candidate shall be process strictly on Inter-Se- Merit and as per State CET Cell, Maharashtra State, Mumbai. The admission will be offered to them as per choice and order of merit subject to availability Seat at the time of admission.

4.5 Change of Course or Institution after First, Second year.
The Candidate seeking for a change in course or shift after successfully completing the First Year of studies will be allowed to do so in the same institution subject to the availability of seats and changes will be carried out based on the marks of First Year or First and Second Semester together. The Principal shall be responsible for ascertaining the eligibility of the Candidates as laid down by the MSBTE for the course to which the Candidate is being transferred. List of such changes shall be communicated to the office of the Admissions Regulating Authority for final Approval.

4.6 Transfer of Candidates (Course or Institution) after one Year shall be made in the following manner
(a) The Candidate once admitted in First Year shall not be eligible for transfer to any other institution during the same academic year;
(b) The Candidate passing the First Year (both First and Second Semester) or Second Year ( both Third and Fourth Semester )examinations in full or failed in one of the heads of passing are considered as eligible for transfer of institution or course, provided that for transfer after Second Year the Candidate should have passed the First Year.
(c) There shall be no transfer of students at any stage in any case from Unaided Institutions to Government or Government Aided Institutions. However, the Candidate from Government or Government Aided institution may seek transfer to Unaided Educational Institution;
(d) There shall be no transfer of students at any stage to Autonomous Institutions;
(e) Transfer to Unaided Institutions.- The Principals of Unaided institutions shall consider the Candidates from other institutions for transfer with prior approval from the Admissions Regulating Authority on submission of No Objection Certificate (NOC) from institution, Eligibility Certificate from MSBTE and Vacancy position. The Principal or Director shall ascertain the eligibility of Candidates as laid down by the MSBTE for the course to which the Candidate is being transferred;
(f) No Application without recommendation of the Principal of Institution shall be entertained by the Admissions Regulating Authority;
(g) If the result of the MSBTE or Institution is not declared before the process of transfer, Candidates of that Board or Institution will lose claim on transfer.

4.7 Admission Round

4.7.1 Admission Round for Minority Quota (Jain Gujarati Religious Linguistic Minority) and Non-Minority seat will be conducted through CAP by State CET Cell as per Govt Admission Rule.

4.7.2 Institute Level Quota Round:
Eligible candidates: All the candidate who have applied for institute Quota seats to the Institute and whose name appeared in Merit List declared by competent authority are eligible for admission.
A consolidated provisional Merit List shall be prepared arranging all Institute Level Candidates applying for Admission in"Institute Level Seats"as per Inter-Se-Merit. Admission shall be carried as per Merit derived from Merit List declared by competent authority and with reference to choice of Course indicated by the candidates in his application.
This Merit List shall be displayed on the Polytechnic Notice Board.

5. Eligibility Criteria for Admission

5.1 Candidature Type:

5.1.1 Maharashtra State Candidature: A Candidate can claim only one type of Maharashtra State Candidature Type from A to E.

Type
Eligibility Criterion
Home District
Type-A
For First Year Post SSC Diploma Courses: Candidates passing Std. VIII, IX and SSC from a recognized institution in Maharashtra State.
Place of passing of Qualifying Examination falling within the jurisdiction of the respective District area.
Type-B
A Candidate who does not fall in Type-A above, but who or whose Father or Mother is domiciled in the State of Maharashtra and possess Domicile Certificate.
Place of Domicile Certificate issuing authority falling within the jurisdiction of the respective District area.
Type-C
A Candidate who does not fall in either Type- A or Type-B but whose Father or Mother is an employee of the Government of India or Government of India Undertaking and who has been posted and reported to duty in Maharashtra State before the last date for submitting the Application Form for CAP.
Place of posting of Father or Mother of Candidate falling within the jurisdiction of the respective District area.
Type-D
A Candidate who does not fall in any of the above Type-A, Type B and Type-C but whose Father or Mother is an employee or retired employee of the Government of Maharashtra or Government of Maharashtra Undertaking.
Place of posting of Father or Mother of Candidate or the place of settlement of the Father or Mother if retired or the place of last posting if deputed outside Maharashtra falling within the jurisdiction of the respective District area.
Type-E
For First Year Post SSC Diploma Courses: Candidate passing Std. VIII, IX and SSC from a recognized institution located in a disputed Maharashtra Karnataka Border Area and also whose Mother tongue is Marathi.
Candidate shall be considered for the Outside Home District Seats or State Level Seats.

5.1.2 All India Candidature: The Candidates having Indian Nationality are eligible under this Category.

5.1.3 Minority Candidature: The Maharashtra domiciled Candidates belonging to Jain (Gujarati) Linguistic Minority Community from within the State as notified by the Government are eligible under this category.

5.2 Allocation of Seats: The percentage of allocation of seats for Maharashtra State candidates in the Home District, Other than Home District and State Level shall be as per Government Admission Rules and State CET Cell, Maharashtra State, Mumbai, for First Year post SSC Diploma Courses.

5.2.1 Maharashtra State Candidature Seats: The Candidates having Maharashtra State Candidature as specified in Government Admission Rule shall be eligible for these seats.

5.2.2 Minority Quota Seats: The Candidates having Minority Candidature as specified in Government Admission Rule and Information brochure of State CET Cell, Maharashtra State, Mumbai are eligible for these seats.

5.2.3 Institutional Quota Seats: The Institution will admit Eligible Candidates Course wise as detailed in Chapter 4, Table 1, subject to following conditions:
(i) The Candidates having Candidature as per Government Rules shall be eligible for these seats. Ref. 4.2.3, 4.4, 4.7.2

5.3 Tuition Fee Waiver Scheme (TFWS) Seats:
(i) These seats shall be filled in by the Competent Authority.
(ii) Seats up to maximum 5 percent of sanctioned intake per course shall be available. These seats shall be supernumerary in nature and will be available to such courses in an Institute where a minimum of 30 % of sanctioned seats in the respective courses are filled up in respective CAP Round.
(iii) The Waiver is limited to the tuition fee as approved by the State Level Fee Regulation Authority for unaided Institutions. All other fee except tuition fees shall be paid by the beneficiary.
(iv) The Candidates admitted under this scheme shall not be allowed to change Institution/course at any stage under any circumstances.
Eligibility
(i) Only Maharashtra State Candidature candidates are eligible for these seats
(ii) Eligible Maharashtra State Candidates having their parent's annual income from all sources less than Rs. 6 Lakhs shall only be eligible for these seats. The candidate shall submit Income certificate of financial year 2016-17 issued by Competent Authority.
Admissions Procedure
These seats are allotted by the Competent Authority as per inter-se merit. For this purpose the Competent Authority shall invite applications, prepare a separate merit list for this category by following the same criteria as for Maharashtra State Candidature Candidates.

5.4 Eligibility Criteria: First Year of Post SSC Diploma in Engineering / Technology
(1) Maharashtra State Candidature Candidate:
(i) The Candidate should be an Indian National;
(ii) Passed SSC or its equivalent examination from recognized institution with at least 35% aggregate marks.
(iii) Candidates who have passed Maths/ Mathematics (code 71 for Maharashtra State Board) and Science & Technology (code 72 for Maharashtra State Board) are only eligible for admission.
(2) All India Candidature Candidates
(i) The Candidate should be an Indian National;
(ii) Passed SSC or its equivalent examination from recognized institution with at least 35% aggregate marks.
(iii) Candidates who have passed Maths/ Mathematics (code 71 for Maharashtra State Board) and Science & Technology (code 72 for Maharashtra State Board) are only eligible for admission.
(3) Minority Candidates:
(i) The Candidate should be an Indian National;
(ii) Passed SSC or its equivalent examination from recognized institution with at least 35% aggregate marks.
(iii) Candidates who have passed Maths/ Mathematics (code 71 for Maharashtra State Board) and Science & Technology (code 72 for Maharashtra State Board) are only eligible for admission.
(iv) Candidate must be Maharashtra Domiciled and belonging to Jain (Gujarati) Religious linguistic Minority from with in the state and as notified by the Government.
Note:
1. The term 'aggregate marks' used here shall mean as follows
A. For Maharashtra State Board Candidates:
I. The candidates who have passed SSC Examination prior to March 2009, the aggregate marks shall be grand total of marks obtained by the candidate in any 5 subjects where he/she has scored maximum marks.
II. The candidates who have passed SSC Examination after March 2009, the aggregate marks shall be total marks of 5 subjects taken into consideration and mentioned on the Mark sheet.
III. Candidates who have passed Maths/Mathematics (Code 71 for Maharashtra State Board candidates) and Science & Technology (Code 72 for Maharashtra State Board candidates) are only eligible for admission.
IV. In case marks against sports activities are given on the marksheet, these shall be added to the aggregate marks for deciding merit.
B. For ICSE Candidates-
a. Student seeking admission on the basis of Group 1 & Group 2 subjects only, the aggregate marks shall be the grand total of marks in any of the 5 subjects from Group 1 & Group 2 where he/she has scored maximum marks.
b. Student seeking admission on the basis of Group 1, Group 2 & Group 3, aggregate marks shall be the grand total of all subjects from all groups.
C. For CBSE Candidates-
The aggregate mark means the grand total of marks obtained by the candidate, including all subjects as declared on Mark sheet.
D. For CBSE/ICSE Candidates:
In case the result of the candidate is given in terms of grades, such Candidates are required to submit the graded result into the equivalent marks authorised from the concerned institute /Board. Candidates passing SSC from other than State Boards or Central Boards shall bring equivalent certificate from Maharashtra State Board of Secondary & Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE).
2) Admission to the Candidates who want to take repeat fresh admission in First year of Engineering/Technology diploma course during current academic year:
The candidates who had already admitted to any diploma course during the previous academic years are eligible for fresh admission to first year diploma course during the current academic year subject to the condition that such candidates will not be eligible for exemption in any subjects passed during the earlier academic years. Such candidates shall have to produce NOC (No Objection certificate) from the institute of earlier admission in the"proforma N"given in the brochure.

5.5 Any amendments / Acts/ Judgments which may be published by Government / Hon. Courts of India from time to time will be applicable to Candidates and Institute covered under these rules of admission.

5.6 Preparation of Merit List
1) Assignment of Merit Number
2) Change of marks due to verification
3) Method of calculating marks at qualifying examination for deciding eligibility is as per Government Admission Rules and State CET Cell, Maharashtra State, Mumbai.
Assignment of merit number for various courses
a) For Admission to First Year of Post SSC Diploma Courses in Engineering and Technology:
The Merit List of the eligible candidates shall be prepared on the basis of percentage of aggregate marks obtained at SSC (including marks for sports, if mentioned in mark sheet). Provided that in case of tie, the relative merit of candidates shall be resolved in the following order of preference and methodology as specified below:
a) Higher percentage of marks in the subject Mathematics at SSC.
b) Higher percentage of marks in the subject Science at SSC.
c) Higher percentage of marks in the subject English at SSC.
d) Passing HSC Science.
e) Passing HSC with Minimum Competency Vocational Course.
f) Passing ITI Trade of 2 Years duration.
g) Passing Intermediate Grade Drawing Examination.

5.7 Reservation for Backward Class:
The reservation for backward class candidates (SC/ST/VJ/DT/ NT/ OBC/SBC) is NOT APPLICABLE to the un-aided minority institutes.
The various other reservations provided for the seats available under Centralized Admission Process are as per Government Admission Rule and State CET Cell, Maharashtra State, Mumbai.

6. Supporting Documents

For First Year of Post SSC Diploma Courses:
Note: Attested true copies of documents to be attached along with application

1. All Candidates
Indian Nationality Certificate*, VIII,IX Mark sheet/ Proforma Z, S.S.C. (Std.X) mark sheet. School leaving certificate after passing SSC (Std. X), HSC/ HSC Vocational mark sheet and Leaving Certificate, if applicable. Certificate of passing Intermediate Grade Drawing examination, if applicable.
Anti Raging Affidavit in prescribed format
Annexure-V/VI on Non-judicial Rs. 100-Stamp Paper (At the time of Admission)by parents & students. Medical Certificate in prescribed format
Ration Card /Pan Card/Aadhar Card.

2. Type – B Candidates
In addition to the documents mentioned in Sr. No. 1 above,
Domicile certificate** of candidate or of father/mother of candidate indicating that he/she is domiciled in the State of Maharashtra

3. Type – C Candidates
In addition to the documents mentioned in Sr. No. 1 above,
Certificate from the employer in the proforma – A stating that father/mother of the candidate who is a Central Government / Government of India undertaking employee is presently posted in Maharashtra.

4. Type – D Candidates
In addition to the documents mentioned in Sr. No. 1 above,
Certificate from the employer in the proforma – B stating that father/mother of the candidate who is a Maharashtra State Government / Maharashtra State Government undertaking employee.
Or Undertaking along with documentary evidences from the retired employee stating the place of settlement.

5. Type - E Candidates: Maharashtra Karnataka disputed border area candidates
In addition to the documents mentioned in Sr. No. 1 above,
Certificate stating that candidates belongs to disputed border area in proforma-G1.
Certificate stating that mother tongue of the candidate is Marathi in proforma-G2.

6. Backward class: Candidates belonging to SC / ST
In addition to the documents mentioned in Sr. No. 1 above,
Caste certificate
Caste Validity Certificate

7. Backward class: Candidates belonging to VJ/ DT NT(A)/ NT(B)/ NT(C)/NT(D)/OBC/SBC categories
In addition to the documents mentioned in Sr. No. 1 above,
Caste certificate
Non creamy layer certificate valid up to 31st March 2018
Caste Validity Certificate

8. Ex-servicemen (Def1)/ Active Defence servicemen (Def2)
In addition to the documents mentioned in Sr. No. 1 above,
Defence Service Certificate Proforma – C.
Domicile certificate of father/mother who is an Ex service/ active defence personnel is domiciled in the state of Maharashtra.

9. Active Defence servicemen (Non Domiciled) (Def3)
In addition to the documents mentioned in Sr. No. 1 above,
Defence Service Certificate Proforma – C and D/E.
Certificate from the employer in the proforma – D stating that father/mother of the candidate who is an active defence service person presently posted in Maharashtra.
Or Certificate from the employer in the proforma – E stating that father/mother of the candidate who is an active defence service person and has retained the family in his previous place of posting in Maharashtra.

10. Persons with Disability Candidates(P1/P2/P3)
In addition to the documents mentioned in Sr. No. 1 above,
Certificate in the proforma–F/F-1.

11. NCC
In addition to the documents mentioned in Sr. No. 1 above,
Certification of representing Maharashtra at All India level, Certificate of minimum 70% attendance in two years of N.C.C., N.C.C. 'A' certificate.

12. Minority Candidate
In addition to the documents mentioned in Sr. No. 1 above,
Certificate of Religion or leaving certificate showing that candidate belongs to the Jain Gujarati Community.
Domicile Certificate of candidate.
Note: Refer Annexure I/II/III

13. TFWS Candidate
In addition to the documents mentioned in Sr. No. 1 above,
Income certificate of financial year 2016-17 issued by competent authority stating that candidate's parents annual income from all sources is less than Rs. 6 Lakhs.

Important Note: Original Affidavit & Samaj Letter regarding Minority Candidature will not be returned.
*In lieu of the"Certificate of Indian Nationality"following documents will also be acceptable-
1. The School leaving Certificate indicating the Nationality of the candidate as 'Indian'.
2. Indian Passport in the name of the candidate, issued by appropriate authority.
3. Birth Certificate of the Candidate indicating the place of birth in India.
** Domicile certificate:
Domicile certificate issued by the Maharashtra State's appropriate authorities will be considered valid. The domicile certificate of Mother of the candidate shall be supported with marriage certificate and legal proof of change in name if any. Such candidates will be required to submit birth certificate clearly mentioning the name of the mother.
Cut off date for the eligibility:
The eligibility of the candidate shall be determined and/or decided for all purposes including for applicability of all these Rules and Regulations by considering the last date of submission of Online Application form for CAP as the cut off date. It is made abundantly clear that if a candidate is found ineligible as on the last date of submission of Online Application form for CAP, in terms of these Rules and Regulations, and if such an ineligible candidate acquires the requisite eligibility after the aforesaid cut off date (i.e. the last date of submission of Online Application form), such subsequent acquisition of eligibility will not make an ineligible candidate eligible for any purpose whatsoever, much less for the purpose of admission.
Caste validity Certificate:
The candidates belonging to SC, VJ/DT (NT(A)), NT(B), NT(C), NT(D), OBC and SBC categories should produce"Caste Validity Certificate"issued by Scrutiny Committee of Social Welfare Department and the Candidate belonging to ST category should submit"Tribe Validity Certificate"issued by Scrutiny Committee of Tribal Department at the time of claiming fees reimbursement as demanded by the concerned authority. If candidate fails to produce the caste validity certificate by concerned department then he/she shall be required to pay the fees applicable to the General Category candidate. He /She is fully responsible for any matter arises due to above including cancellation of Admission.

7. Procedure of Application & Admission

i) For CAP and Minority (CAP)

7.1 Filling of online application form, confirmation of online Application form, Document verification at Facilitation Center and confirmation of Admission at Admission Reporting Center, CAP Rounds will be conducted by State CET Cell, M.S. Mumbai. Candidate shall follow the notification published by State CET Cell, M. S. Mumbai.

7.2 Reporting and confirming the admission: The Candidate shall report to the institution allotted to him/her and confirm his/her admission in institution as per the schedule mentioned in Notification published by State CET Cell, M. S. Mumbai.

ii) For Institute Level Seats:

7.2.1 Filling of online application form, confirmation of online Application form, Document verification at Facilitation Center, by State CET Cell, M.S. Mumbai. Candidate shall follow the notification published by State CET Cell, M. S. Mumbai.

7.2.2 The eligible candidates for Institute Level Seats, seeking admission to the course of this Polytechnic shall submit their application form duly completed together with necessary documents as detailed in chapter 6 to the Principal so as to reach him by 3 pm. on the prescribed last date. The application must be signed by him/her and his/her father/guardian wherever necessary.

7.2.3 The candidate raising objection shall lodge complaint in writing, within 3 days of publication of provisional merit list, an objection stating therein reasons which led him/her to his/her belief, the marks obtained by the candidates, against whom he/she has referred the charge, together with sufficient evidence to support his/her charge. Mere expression of suspicion or doubt shall not be sufficient to warrant an inquiry.

7.2.4 The admitting authorities shall make inquires in the matter on the basis of evidence tendered, judge the correctness of the allegation and decide whether the charge leveled against the candidate who has claimed marks have been proved if the charges are proved the claimed weightages will be appropriately granted.

7.2.5 After considering the objections and following the procedure, mentioned above, a final merit list shall be exhibited. In the interest of candidates, they should check up the merit list before the date of admission.

7.2.6 Candidate shall follow reporting schedule along with all Originals & Payment of fee declared by Polytechnic.

iii) For All Candidates:

7.1 Candidate has to submit all his original documents and pay full fees at the time of admission failing which his claim will be cancelled.

7.2 An agreement as prescribed by the Management will have to be signed by the candidate and his/her Father/ Guardian at the time of applying for admission.

7.3 The admission granted to the candidate is provisional and is subject to the Approval of the State CET Cell, Maharashtra State, Mumbai and Admission Regulating Authority, Maharashtra State.

7.4 The Principal of the Polytechnic shall be responsible for effecting the admission in accordance with these rules subject to overall supervision of the Admission Regulating Authority The admission should be given provisionally on the basis of the checking of merit list by the Committee appointed by the State CET Cell, Maharashtra State, Mumbai and the admission may be confirmed and enrollment of the candidates be made only after the list of candidate admitted are approved by the State CET Cell, Maharashtra State, Mumbai and Admission Regulating Authority.

7.5 After all the seats are filled in and/ or the admission process is over, or after the last date, no claim for admission shall be entertained on any grounds whatsoever.
(a) For Open Category candidates:
For Open Category Candidates: The fee structure is approved and published by Fee Regulating Authority shall be payable by the candidate for that Course for that Acdemic Year.
(b) Concession in Fees for Backward Class Category Candidates (belonging to Maharashtra State only):
For SC/ST/VJ DT NT(A)/NT(B)/NT(C)/NT(D)/SBC /OBC category candidates, The scheme/mode of concessions, scheme of loan scholarship (if any) in tuition & other fees for eligible candidates, will be announced by the Central/State Government. These candidates will get only that amount of waiver as notified in the circulars issued by the Government Department from time to time, subject to fulfillment of various norms and conditions laid down by these Departments.
Candidates claiming fee concessions under various categories shall produce the requisite certificates as may be specified by the respective Government Departments.

8. Fee structure

Details of fees are as under:
i) As per Fee Regulating authority decision dated 16th February 2017 Final Fees for Acdemic Year 2017 -18 will be as below:

Details
Open Category
OBC Category
SC/ST/DT/ NT/SBC/TFWS
Tuition Fees
74,545 /-
37,273 /-
Nil
Development Fees
7,455 /-
7,455 /-
7,455 /-
Total Rs:
82,000 /-
44,728 /-
7,455 /-

ii) In addition to above non refundable MSBTE fees (Sem-I & II).
a) Enrolment fees Rs. 210/-
b) Examination fees Rs. 720/- (for two Semesters)
iii) MSBTE Laboratory Manuals, Book Bank Charges (Optional) will be notified later.
a) The fees, above i must be paid by DEMAND DRAFT / PAY ORDER drawn in favor of"SHAH AND ANCHOR KUTCHHI POLYTECHNIC"at the time of admission. Payment by cash & cheque will not be accepted.

8.1 Refund of fees after cancellation of admission by Institutions.
(a) The Candidate shall apply online for cancellation and submit duly signed copy of system generated Application for cancellation of admission to the institution.
(b) After receiving admission cancellation request letter from the Candidate, the institution shall cancel the admission immediately and generate online acknowledgement of cancellation of admission and issue a signed copy to the Candidate.
(c) The refund of fees before cut-off date of admission shall be made within two days i.e. total fee minus the processing charges of Rs. 1000/-, or refund rule shall be as per the guidelines of the appropriate authorities or the State Government, as the case may be.
(d) If the admission is cancelled after the cut-off date of admission declared by the Competent Authority, there shall be no refund except the Security Deposit and Caution Money Deposit.

8.2 Concession in Tuition Fees
Freeship/Scholarship for Backward Class candidates/EBC concession, only candidates admitted through CAP are eligible for above Scholarship /Concession as per State CET Cell, Maharashtra State, Mumbai Government of Maharashtra norms."If the concerned Social Justice/Tribal Welfare authority denied the claim or candidate fails to substantiate claim of fees reimbursement with documents in respect of Backward class category candidate, then it will be responsibility of the candidate to pay the prescribed fees to the Polytechnic".

9. Direct Admission to Second Year of post SSC Full-Time Diploma Courses
9.1 Eligibility conditions and requirements for admissions.
Maharashtra State Candidature: A Candidate can claim only one type of Maharashtra State Candidature Type from A to E.
i) The Candidate should be Indian National;
ii) Passed Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSC) Science or HSC Science with Vocational or HSC Science with Technical or SSC with 2 years ITI / COE equivalent to 2 year ITI with appropriate specialization.
Additional Eligibility Criterions:
i) Candidate with HSC Science or HSC Science with Technical or HSC Science with Vocational Examination of Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education or SSC with 2 Years ITI should have passed SSC (10th Standard) examination of Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education with subjects English, Maths/Mathematics (code 71) and Science & Technology (code 72).
ii) Eligibility of the Student for the specific branches of Diploma Programs shall be as per MSBTE guidelines as mentioned in Information Brochure State CET Cell.

9.2 Seats available for Admission.
a) Lateral Entry Seats: 20% seats of the sanctioned intake are available as over and above the sanctioned intake in the Polytechnic for Direct Admission to Second year of post SSC full time Diploma Course.
b) Vacant Seats: In addition to above seats remaining vacant within sanction intake may also be available as per Government Admission Rules and State CET Cell, Maharashtra State, Mumbai.
c) Available seats under CAP in the institute shall be distributed as per eligibility criteria mentioned below.

Sr.No
Qualification
% of CAP seats
(Lateral Entry seats)
% of CAP seats
(Vacant seats)
1
HSC Science
25%
25%
2
HSC Science with Technical
25%
25%
3
HSC Science with Vocational
25%
25%
4
SSC with 2 years ITI with appropriate specialization
25%
25%

9.3 Candidate willing to take admission through CAP and Minority can contact"Facilitation Centre"designated by Director of Technical Education for obtaining Online Application Form & document verification.

9.4 The details of CAP seat
(1) Minority Seats under CAP 51%
(2) Non Minority Seats under CAP 49%

9.5 Assignment of Merit:
For Admission to Direct Second Year of Post SSC Diploma Courses in Engineering and Technology –The separate merit lists for each of qualifying Examination of the eligible candidates shall be prepared on the basis of percentage of marks obtained at the qualifying examination:
Provided that, in case of tie, the relative merit of Candidates shall be resolved in the following order of preference and the methodology as specified below:
a) Higher percentage of marks in Mathematics at SSC;
b) Higher percentage of marks in Science at SSC;
c) Higher percentage of marks in English at SSC;

9.6 Supporting Documents:
For Direct Second year of Post SSC Diploma Courses:

Note: Attested true copies of documents to be attached along with application
1. All Candidates
a) Indian Nationality Certificate*, SSC Mark sheet, HSC Science/ HSC Science with Vocational/HSC Science with Technical/ITI (2 year duration) Mark sheet, Leaving certificate issued by last institute.
b) Anti Raging Affidavit in prescribed format Annexure-V/VI on Non-judicial Rs. 100-Stamp Paper (At the time of Admission)by parents & students, VIII,IX Mark sheet or Proforma Z
c) Certificate of passing Intermediate Grade Drawing examination, if applicable
d) Medical Certificate in prescribed format
e) Ration Card /Pan Card/Aadhar Card
f) Equivalent certificate from Maharashtra State Boars of Secondary & Higher Secondary Education (Applicable to CBSE/ICSE Candidates only)
2. Type – B Candidate
In addition to the documents mentioned in Sr. No. 1 above,
Domicile certificate** of candidate or of father/mother of candidate indicating that he/she is domiciled in the State of Maharashtra
3. Type – C Candidate
In addition to the documents mentioned in Sr. No. 1 above,
Certificate from the employer in the pro forma – A stating that father/mother of the candidate who is a Central Govt / Govt. of India undertaking employee is presently posted in Maharashtra.
4. Minority Candidate
In addition to the documents mentioned in Sr. No. 1 above, Certificate of Religion or leaving certificate showing that candidate belongs to Jain (Gujarati) Linguistic Minority, self attestation Proforma”O”. Domicile Certificate of candidate or Birth Certificate or School Leaving Certificate indicating Place of Birth in State of Maharashtra.

Important Note: Original Affidavit & Samaj Letter regarding Minority Candidature will not be returned.

*In lieu of the"Certificate of Indian Nationality"following documents will also be acceptable
1. The School leaving Certificate indicating the Nationality of the candidate as 'Indian'.
2. Indian Passport in the name of the candidate, issued by appropriate authority.
3. Birth Certificate of the Candidate indicating the place of birth in India.
** Domicile certificate:
Domicile certificate issued by the Maharashtra State's appropriate authorities will be considered valid. The domicile certificate of Mother of the candidate shall be supported with marriage certificate and legal proof of change in name if any. Such candidates will be required to submit birth certificate clearly mentioning the name of the mother.

9.7 Admission Fees:
1) Fees details are given below:

Details
Open Category
OBC Category
SC/ST/DT/NT/SBC/TFWS
Tuition Fees
69,545 /-
34,773 /-
Nil
Development Fees
6,955 /-
6,955 /-
6,955 /-
Total Rs:
76,500 /-
41,728 /-
6,955 /-

In addition to above Non refundable MSBTE fees 1030.00 to be paid by separate D.D.
Note:
1) Fees to be paid by D.D. /P. O. in favor of"SHAH AND ANCHOR KUTCHHI POLYTECHNIC"at the time of admission. Payment by cash & cheque will not be accepted.
2)"If the concerned Social Justice / Tribal Welfare authority denied the claim or candidates fails to sustain the claim of fees reimbursement with documents in respect of Backward class category candidate, then it will be responsibility of the candidate to pay the prescribed fees at the Polytechnic."

9.8 Reservation for Backward Class:
The reservation for Backward class candidates(SC/ST/VJ/DT/NT/OBC/SBC) is not applicable to Unaided Minority Institute.

9.9 The qualifying examination and eligibility for Courses, Assignment of Merit No., display of Merit list, Admission process, Cancellation of Admission will be as per Government of Maharashtra Rules of Admission. Published by State CET Cell.

10. Infrastructure & Facilities

Salient features for CM/IF:
The Diploma in CM/IF courses are designed to develop competent technicians with number of professional skills who can perform their jobs in the Industry or as and entrepreneur effectively and efficiently both these diploma courses develop the competency required to develop and installed, Softwares, Develop & maintain websites, assemble computer systems, maintain the computer hardware troubleshoot the systems, install and manage computer networks etc.

Salient features for EJ/EX:
The Diploma in EJ/EX develop competent technicians with number of professional skills who can perform their jobs in the Industry or as and entrepreneur effectively and efficiently these courses develop the competency required to design and develop Microprocessor/ Microcontroller based, Controllers, install and maintain communication systems, troubleshoot and repairer Electronic Devices such as colour T.V., VCR, Audio Systems, EPABX, PLC, SCADA etc.

10.1 Class Rooms:
The Polytechnic has specious and well-ventilated class rooms, which provide a conductive environment for learning.

10.2 Library:
Polytechnic has a very good, specious, well-ventilated and well furnish library with a huge reading hall, and a large collection of books related to the curriculum. The library subscribes to a number of National and International Journals devoted to Technical subjects to help students to keep themselves a breast with latest development. Library is also well equipped with a information Kiosk and Ten wi-fi internet connection for accessing e-journals and other material available on internet enabling students to breast with latest technological development in and around the world. The Book Bank project commence from Academic Year 2012-13 for the benefit of students.

10.3 Laboratories:
The polytechnic has well equipped state of art laboratories to cover the curriculum of following subjects:

a) Computer Technology/Information Technology Department:
First Semester (I Scheme) (CM1I/IF1I)
English
Basic Science (Physics)
Basic Science (Chemistry)
Basic Mathematics
Fundamentals of ICT
Engineering Graphics
Workshop Practices

Second Semester (I Scheme) (CM2I/IF2I)
Applied Mathematics
Basic Electronics
Elements Of Electrical Engineering
Programming in ‘C’
Computer Peripheral & Hardware Maintenance
Web Page Designing with HTML
Business Communication Using Computers

Third Semester (G scheme) (CM3G/IF3G)
Applied Mathematics
Data Structure Using ‘C’
Electrical Technology
Relational Database Management System
Digital Techniques
Graphical User Interface Programming
Professional Practices-I

Fourth Semester (G scheme) (CM4G/IF4G)
Environmental Science
Computer Hardware & Maintenance
Computer Networks
Microprocessor & Programming
Object Oriented Programming
Computer Graphics (CM)
Applied Multimedia Technology (IF)
Professional Practices-II

Fifth Semester (G scheme) (CM5G/IF5G)
Operating System
Software Engineering
Computer Security (CM)
Information Security (IF)
Java Programming
System Programming (CM)
Behavioural Science
Network Management & Administration
Communication Technology (IF)
Professional Practices-III

Sixth Semester (G scheme) (CM6G/IF6G)
Management
Software Testing (CM)
Mobile Computing (IF)
Advance Java Programming
Object Oriented Modeling & Design
Linux Programming (CM)
Scripting Technology (IF)
Industrial Project
Entrepreneurship Development

b) Electronics & Telecommunication Engg./ Electronics Engg. Dept.:
First Semester (I Scheme) (EJ1I/EX1I)
English
Basic Science (Physics)
Basic Science (Chemistry)
Basic mathematics
Fundamental of ICT
Engineering Graphics
Workshop practice

Second Semester (I Scheme) (EJ2I/EX2I)
Applied Mathematics
Elements of Electrical Engineering
Basic Electronics
Electronic Engineering material
C Language Programming
Business Communication Using Computers

Third Semester (G scheme) (EJ3G/EX3G)
Applied Mathematics
Electronic Instruments & Measurements
Electrical Engineering
Electronics Devices and Circuits
Principles of Digital Techniques
Programming in C
Professional Practices

Fourth Semester (G scheme) (EJ4G/EX4G)
Environmental Studies
Linear Integrated Circuits
Power Electronics
Analog Communication
Industrial Measurements
Visual Basic
Professional Practices-II

Fifth Semester (G scheme) (EJ5G/EX5G)
Computer Hardware &Networking
Microcontroller
Digital Communication
Control System & PLC
Audio Video Engineering
Behavioural Science
EDP & Project
Professional Practices - III /Industrial Training
(Optional)**

Sixth Semester (G scheme) (EJ6G/EX6G)
Management
Advanced Communication Systems
Mobile Communication
Embedded System
Very Large Scale Integration (Elective)
Simulation Software
Industrial Project

10.4 Bank:
Canara Bank Branch facility is available in Campus for Staff and Students of the Polytechnic. This facilitates the financial transaction in easy and secure manner and saves the valuable time of students and staff.

Online Payment facility for payment of fees provided for students through “State Bank Collect “ by State Bank of India.

10.5 Canteen / Cafeteria:
The in-house canteen provides a variety of hygienic food items at reasonable rates.

10.6 Internet:
Internet facility is free of cost available to students through 16 mbps dedicated high speed leased line for information access and exchange.

10.7 Gymkhana:
A well equipped Gymkhana with table tennis tables, Carom boards and other indoor games facilities has been provided.

10.8 Facilities:
Institution provides required facilities to Physically challenged students. Polytechnic also has provision available for necessary fire fighting mechanism. Polytechnic provides all necessary facilities as per AICTE norms & Regulations for running Diploma Courses.

11. Student Activities

11.1 Co-curricular Activities:
Adequate emphasis is laid on the overall development of the student's personality by giving encouragement to his/her aptitudes, skills and talents in co- curricular and extra-curricular activities.

11.2 Sports & Cultural Activities:
The Polytechnic emphasizes on the overall development of the student's personality through participation in various sports and cultural activities along with the routine academic curricula. Our students participate in various sports events and have own several accolades for the institution. Polytechnic is the member of inter Engineering Diploma Students Sports Association (IEDSSA). Polytechnic also organized various zonal sports events on behalf of IEDSSA.

11.3 Student Achievements:

S No
NAME OF STUDENT
TYPE COMPETITION
LEVEL
COURSE
REMARK
1
Akshay Soma, Pranav Ragji, Ajaykumar Chauhan, Jayandra Ahire, Bhavin Goswami
Smart India Hackathon 5th Rank In Department Of Science And Technology, At C.V. Raman College of Engineering, Bhubaneshwar, Odisha
National Level
TYIF/ TYCM
5th Rank & Price Money Rs. 25000/-
2
Sidhhant Kapdane
Techtantra17
Inst. Level
TYIF
First Certificate, Rs.5000, Trophy
3
Akshay Kharat , Piyush Harish Kanthariya
Technical Paper Presentation
National Level
TYEX
First Rank, Certificate, Rs.1500/- Trophy
4
Pratik Wadkar
Javelin Throw
Zonal
TYEX
First Rank
5
Kushal Pardeshi, Nikhil Andhale
Paroksha 2017 (Paper Presentation )
Inst. Level
TYIF
First Rank, Certificate, Rs. 2000/- Trophy
6
Akshay Kharat , Piyush Harish Kanthariya
Technical Paper Presentation
Pravin Patil College State Level
TYEX
Second Rank Trophy, Rs. 3000/-Certificates
7
Prem Lakku
1500 Meter Running
Zonal
TYEX
Second Prize
8
Shubham Haryan
400 Meter Running
Zonal
TYEX
Second Prize
9
Harsh Gujrathi, Suraj Dubey, Harshala Pawar, Shrushtee Bhalerao
Project Exhibition
National Level
TYEX
Second Rank, Trophy and Rs.2500/- Certificates
10
Yash Adke
Paroksha 2017 (Paper Presentation )
Inst. Level
TYIF
Second Rank, Certificate, Rs. 1500/- Trophy
11
Shashank Langi
Disc Throw
Zonal
TYEX
Third Prize
12
Bhavin Goswami, Shubham Durugkar
Paroksha 2017 (Paper Presentation )
Inst. Level
TYCM
Third Rank, Certificate, Rs. 1000/- Trophy
13
Ajaykumar Chauhan
Paroksha 2017 (Paper Presentation )
Inst. Level
TYIF
Third Rank, Certificate, Rs. 1000/- Trophy
14
Suraj Dubey, Harsh Gujrathi
Technical Quiz
State Level
TYEX
Consolation
15
Akshay Soma, Pranav Ragji
State Level Technical Paper Presentation Competition
State Level
TYIF
Certificate , Trophy
16
Rohail Shaikh,Vatsal Doshi, Manan Shah
THINKQUEST 2017, Paper Presentation Competition
Inst. Level
TYCM
Certificate, Trophy
17
Shreya Malhotra
Cross Platform Application Development Workshop
Inst. Level
SYCM
Certificate
18
Rajesh Ingle
Code Implementation
Inst. Level
TYCM
Certificate
19
Ragji Pranav Prasad
Website Designing Using Wordpress
Inst. Level
TYIF
Certificate
20
Soma Akshay Krishna
Website Designing Using Wordpress
Inst. Level
TYIF
Certificate
21
Ingle Rajesh Subhash
Website Designing Using Wordpress
Inst. Level
TYCM
Certificate
22
Aniket Patil
Arduino Workshop (OSCILLATION 2017)
Inst. Level
SYEJ
Certificate, Trophy
23
Silpa Sankaranarayana
Arduino Workshop (OSCILLATION 2017)
Inst. Level
SYEX
Certificate, Trophy
24
Devdas Ninad Digambar
“PCB designing using EXPRESS PCB and EAGLE” (OSCILLATION 2017)
Inst. Level
FYEX
Certificate, Trophy
25
Siddhique Mohammed Naveen Mohammed Javed
“PCB designing using EXPRESS PCB and EAGLE” (OSCILLATION 2017)
Inst. Level
FYEJ
Certificate, Trophy
26
Mehak Dedhiya
All India Essay Writing Event-2016
Inst. Level
TYEJ
Certificate
27
Piyush Harish Kanthariya
All India Essay Writing Event-2016
Inst. Level
TYEX
Certificate
28
Hishobkar Abhishek
All India Essay Writing Event-2016
Inst. Level
SYCM
Certificate
29
Salvi Siddhi
All India Essay Writing Event-2016
Inst. Level
SYIF
Certificate
12. Academic Performance
i) Our Student have been performing well in Examination. Final Year Result of Summer-2016 Examination (2016-17) are summarized below.
Course
Percentage of Result
Diploma in Computer Technology
96.42%
Diploma in Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering
91.52%
Diploma in Electronics Engineering
86.11%
Diploma in Information Technology
94.11%
13. Research Activities

Students and Staff encouraged participating in various Technical & Non Technical events at National & International Level. Our students and staff have published and presented Novel research papers at National & International Conferences. “International Conference on Recent Trends in Computer and Electronics Engineering PRAGYANAM – 17 “was organized by Polytechnic on 11th February 2017.

14. Industrial Visits

Industrial Visits to companies in and outside Mumbai are arranged every year to give the students the real feel and unique experience of Industrial working envoirment. It helps to provide the student to get an insight into the current technological advancements and gives them an opportunity to directly interact with the technocrats and thus help them to think beyond classroom education.

Following is the partial list of Industrial Visits in academic year 2016-17.

1. Prasar Bharthi, All india radio, New Broadcasting House, Mumbai
2. Meco Instruments Pvt. Ltd., Ghansoli, Mahape, Navi Mumbai-400710.
3. Auto Expo Goregaon, , BCE, Goregaon (E), Mumbai.
4. Mitatronics, MIDC, Mahape, Navi Mumbai-400705.
5. Reliance Thermal Power Plant, Dahanu, Maharashtra 401608
6. Prasar Bharati, Doordarshan Kendra, Worli, Mumbai-400030.
7. All India radio, Mumbai HPT Malad, HPT, AIR, Malad (W)
8. CETTM, MTNL, Hiranandani Gardens, Powai, Mumbai-400076
9. Telecom Factory, Deonar,
10. Dirghayu Farm Resort, Tal. Shahpur, Dist. Thane.
11. BARC, Bhabha Atomic Research Centre, Trombay, Mumbai-400085.
12. Barclays Securities (India) Private Limited 400063.
13. HPT AIR All India Radio Transmitters Akashwani, Marve Road, Malad West, Mumbai-400095.
14. Rashtriya Chemicals and Fertilizers Limited, Corporate Management Development Centre.

Following is partial List of visits to Industries/ Organization in past Academic Years.

1. Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Limited (MTNL), Nerul (E)
2. App Nirman Team, Mulund (E), Mumbai.
3. IDEMI, Eastern Express Highway, Chunabhatti Sion, Mumbai-400 022
4. Bombay Exhibition Centre Goregaon(East) Mumbai.
5. Technitron Industries Pvt. Ltd. Thane Belapur Rd., Rabale, Navi Mumbai-400701
6. Nehru Science Centre, Worli, Mumbai-400 018.
7. Techfest 2015, IIT Bombay Powai
8. Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited, Thane
9. Vishnu Baug, Badlapur.
10. BSNL, Sion Trombay Road Mumbai 400 088
11. All India Radio Mumbai HPT Malad (W)
12. PLATEX Technology PVT Ltd Ghatkopar (W) Mumbai
13. Prasar Bharati (India’s Public Service Broadcaster) All India Radio Mumbai.
14. IIT Mumbai ROBO Exhibition Powai.
15. Telecom Factory Deonar Mumbai

15. Placement Activities

Placement Cell arranges on – Campus Interviews for placement /internship of our students to reputed Companies. Training of students for placement interviews is an integral part of the placement activity.

Following is the partial list of major Companies which provided opportunity of internship to our students during 2016-17.
1. Shah & Anchor KUtchhi Polytechnic, (Electronics Hobby Project & Robotics)
2. Verve Compusoft Pvt. Ltd.
3. Eagle Photonics
4. Nesa Radiation Solution Pvt. Ltd.
5. Silicon Sea
6. Diplomads Professional Service Pvt. Ltd.
7. Central Railway, EmuCarshed, Kurla.
8. Larsen & Toubro Ltd.
9. RCF Ltd. Chembur, Mumbai.
10. OTB Consulting Pvt. Ltd.

16. Alumni Association

Large number of students have been passed out since we were established in 1983. Links with Alumni are maintained & continuously strength end directly through the efforts of Alumni Association.

17. General Rules & Regulations

17.1 Dress Code:
For dress code following are the guide lines. Boys Pants/formal jeans, Shirt/ T-Shirt with sleeves (Shorts are not allowed) Girls Salwar-Kameez with sleeves, Trousers/full formal jeans (no tights, hipsters or low waist), Shirts with sleeves (should not be body hugging).
1. Specific dress code for sensitive areas or laboratories shall be applicable.
2. In specific cases, dresses other than the above may be permitted.
3. Slippers are not permitted.
4. Boys (other than Sikhs) to have normal hair cut (long hair and odd looking hair cut will not be permitted). Sikh students shall wear turbans.
5. Girls shall keep hair properly tied/ buckled.

17.2 Identity Card and Smart Card:
Each student will be provided with a computerized Identity Card and a Smart Card and they will carry the same when in the Polytechnic. The Identity Card is required to be renewed every year. The Identity Card will be signed by the Principal and student and shall be produced when asked for. Students will also not be admitted to the examination, if they are not in possession of the identity Card.

17.3 Enrollment:
Each admitted students is required to fill up the online enrollment form and upload scanned passport size photograph and sign along with enrolment fee as specified by MSBTE. Student who fails to fill up the enrollment form will not be admitted for the examination.

17.4 Exam Form:
Student is required to fill online exam form of MSBTE as per given schedule and pay specified exam fees through Bank Challan in Office. One hard copy of printout must be submitted to Office.

17.5 Railway Concessions:
Bonafide students of the Polytechnic are eligible for Railway Concession.
They should contact the office for details in this connection of academic term.

17.6 Attendance:
a. Cent percent (100%) attendance in Lectures/ Practical's is compulsory. Those remaining absent with prior permission for genuine reasons should also have at least 75% attendance in each subject. Otherwise, as per MSBTE rules their term will not be granted and he/she will not be permitted to appear in the MSBTE examination. Any excuse will not be accepted at the end of the term, if the attendance falls short.
b. For granting term, students are required to submit the journals/ assignments on time and appear in compulsory periodic tests.

17.7 Anti Capitation:
All the admission at Mahavir Education Trust's Shah & Anchor Kutchhi Polytechnic, Chembur, Mumbai-400 088, are done strictly on the basis of Merit and in a Transparent Manner. No Capitation fees are collected at this Institution thus by adhering to the Anti-Capitation Act.

NOTE: Prohibition of Tobacco/ Gutka.
Tobacco, Gutka & other tobacco foods, spitting is strictly prohibited in Polytechnic. If found, serious action will be taken as per DTE, M.S. Mumbai Circular No. MSBTE/D-53/Tobacco prohibition / 2011/ 9780, dated 21/10/2011.

17.8 What Constitutes Ragging:
Ragging constitutes one or more of any of the following acts:
1. Any conduct by any student or students whether by words spoken or written or by an act which has the effect of teasing, treating or handling with rudeness a fresher or any other student;
2. Indulging in rowdy or undisciplined activities by any student or students which causes or is likely to cause annoyance, hardship, physical or psychological harm or to raise fear or apprehension thereof in any fresher or any other student;
3. Asking any student to do any act which such student will not in the ordinary course do and which has the effect of causing or generating a sense of shame, or torment or embarrassment so as to adversely affect the physique or psyche of such fresher or any other student;
4. Any act by a senior student that prevents, disrupts or disturbs the regular academic activity of any other student or a fresher;
5. Exploiting the services of a fresher or any other student for completing the academic tasks assigned to an individual or a group of students.
6. Any act of financial extortion or forceful expenditure burden put on a fresher or any other student by students;
7. Any act of physical abuse including all variants of it: sexual abuse, homosexual assaults, stripping, forcing obscene and lewd acts, gestures, causing bodily harm or any other danger to health or person;
8. Any act or abuse by spoken words, emails, posts, public insults which would also include deriving perverted pleasure, vicarious or sadistic thrill from actively or passively participating in the discomfiture to fresher or any other student;
9. Any act that affects the mental health and self-confidence of a fresher or any other student with a without an intent to derive a sadistic pleasure or showing off power, authority or superiority by a student over any fresher or any other student.

17.9 Action against ragging:
Maharashtra Prohibition of Ragging Act 1999 which is in effect from 15th May 1999 has the following provisions for Action against Ragging.
a. Ragging within or outside of any educational institution is prohibited.
b. Whosoever directly or indirectly commits, participates in, abets, or propagates ragging within or outside any educational institution shall, on conviction, be punished with imprisonment for a term up to 2 years and / or penalty which May 18, 2013 extend to ten thousand rupees.
c. Any student convicted of an offence of ragging shall be dismissed from the educational institution and such student shall not be admitted in any other educational institution for a period of five years from the date of order of such dismissal.
d. Whenever any student or, as the case may be the parent or guardian or a teacher of an educational institution complaints, in writing, or ragging to the head of the educational institution, the head of the educational institution shall, without prejudice to the foregoing provisions, within seven days of the receipt of the complaint, enquire into the matter mentioned in the complaint and if, prima facie, it is found true, suspend the student who is accused of the offence, and shall, immediately forward the complaint to the police station having jurisdiction over the area in which the educational institution is situated, for further action. Where, on enquiry by the head of the educational institution, it is found that there is no substance, prima facie, in the complaint received, he/ she shall intimate the fact, in writing, to the complainant. The decision of the head of the educational institution shall be final. If the head of the educational institution fails or neglects to act in the manner specified in section"d"above when a complaint of ragging is made, such person shall be deemed to have abetted the offence and shall, on conviction, be punished as provided for in section"b"above.

17.10 Returning of Certificate:
1. If during the course of studies, a candidate desires to discontinue studies for any reason whatsoever, he or she shall be allowed to do so and it shall be presumed that he or she has cancelled admission at that stage. The Principal shall issue Institution Leaving Certificate and fees shall be refunded as provided in these rules.
2. If the admission is cancelled on or before 31st August of the admission year, the original school or college leaving certificate on the strength of which a candidate was admitted shall be returned.
3. If the admission is cancelled after 31st August of the admission year, the leaving certificate from the institution will be issued. A true copy of the original school or college leaving certificate retained by the institute may be issued, if requested by the candidate, duly attested by the Head of the Institute.

17.12 Conduct & Discipline:
1. During working hours, all the students are required to be in their respective classrooms or laboratory.
2. Smoking and consumption of alcoholic drinks are strictly prohibited. Persons found to be drunk will be asked to quit the Polytechnic.
3. Political activities and any activity prohibited by the Government shall not be permitted within the Polytechnic premises.
4. Teasing/harassment of fellow students is strictly prohibited in the Polytechnic Campus. Strict disciplinary action will be taken against students involved in such activity. Ragging is banned under the law. Anybody violating the law will be handed over to the Police.
5. Dress Code shall be strictly followed by all the students.
6. Electronic devices (other than watches and non-programmable calculators) like Cell Phones, Walkman etc. are prohibited in the Polytechnic Campus. If such devices are brought in the campus, the same will be confisticated.
7. Students shall not indulge in activities, which would damage / disfigure Institute's property including books, apparatus, furniture etc.
8. Students shall take utmost care to maintain general decorum and silence in the Polytechnic premises even during free time. Appropriate action will be taken against anybody found loitering or disturbing other classes, which are in progress. In case they have reached late due to unavoidable circumstances, they should enter the classroom with of the concerned faculty.
9. Students will be permitted to interact with the administrative office for any type of work including payment of fees etc. only during scheduled time displayed at the counters/outside the office.
10. Students shall take prior permission for remaining absent, even if they have a genuine reason. Disciplinary action will be taken against any student remaining absent for more than 3 (three) continuous working days without permission. In case of sickness or such unexpected reason, the student should immediately send a note intimating reason for having remained absent, preferably with a certificate from a concerned doctor or intimation from parents/guardian.
11. Students shall not leave the classroom/ laboratory during lecture period/practical without permission
12. Students are allowed to use library, common room, gymkhana and canteen during their schedule time and only in free time and not during lectures/practicals.
13. In addition to the above, students shall follow rules and procedure specified for examination, use of library, laboratory, canteen and Gymkhana. Relevant rules and regulations are available at respective centers or displayed from time to time. the permission of the teacher and without disturbing the class will sit down on benches, which are reserved for latecomers.

18. Teaching Staff and Information
S. No
NAME OF FACULTY
DESIGNATION
QUALIFICATION
1
Prof. Sanjay M. Lunge
I/C-Principal
HOD EJ Dept.
B.E. Electronics
M.E. Digital Electronics
2
Mr. Parkash N.
Lecturer (Sr.Scale)
M.Sc. Statistics
3
Mrs Shailaja B. Attarde
Lecturer (Sr.Scale)
M.Sc. B.Ed.
4
Mrs. Kalpana Chaudhari
Lecturer
B.E. Electronics Engg.
M.Tech.
5
Mrs. Sangeeta R. Singh
Lecturer
B.E. Electronics & Com. Engg
M.E. Pursuing
6
Mr. Manral Jagat Singh
Lecturer
M.A. B. Ed.
7
Mr. Gupta Satyamitra
Lecturer
B. Tech. Electronics & Telecomn. Engg.
8
Mr. Gaurav Gawas
Lecturer
B.E. Electronics & Telecomn. Engg.
M.E. Electronics & Tele. Engg.
9
Mrs. Sheetal Patil
Lecturer
B. E. Computer
M. E. Computer Engg.
10
Ms. Trupti Samarth
Lecturer
B.E. Electronics & Telecomn. Engg.
11
Mr. S. B. Singh
I/C HOD EX DEPT
B. E. Electrical Engg.
M. E. Electronics Engg.
12
Mrs. Neelam M. Jagtap
Lecturer (Sr.Scale)
M.Sc. B.Ed.
13
Mr. Salekar Mayur
Lecturer
B.E. Electronics & Telecomn. Engg.
14
Mr. Rahul M. Jadhao
Lecturer
B.E. Electronics & Telecomn. Engg.
15
Mr. Kaushal Nitin
Lecturer
M.Sc.
16
Mr. Pravin Chikane
Lecturer
B.E. Mechanical
17
Mrs. Yogini Bagade
Lecturer
B.E. Electronics
18
Mr. Meshram Rajaysh
Lecturer
B.E. Mechanical Engg.
19
Mrs. Jyoti Bansode
Lecturer
B.E. Computer Engg.
M.E Computer Engg.
20
Abhijeet Pasi
Lecturer
B.E. Computer Engg.
M.E Computer Engg.
21
Mr. Molke Swapnil
Lecturer
B. E. Comp. Science & Engg.
22
Mrs. Ashwini Sangolkar
Lecturer
B.E. Information Technology
M.Tech. Computer Science
23
Mrs. Kosamkar Vaishali
I/C HOD IF DEPT
B.E. Computer Science & Engg.
M.E. Computer Engg.
24
Mr. Sute Muneshkumar
Lecturer
B. E. Power Electronics Engg.
25
Mr. Ritesh Rathi
Lecturer
B. E. Computer Science & Engg.
26
Ms. Desai Pooja P.
Lecturer
B. E. Computer Engg.
27
Mrs. Ghule Priyanka
Lecturer
B. E. Computer
28
Mrs Deepika Dwivedi
Lecturer
B.E. Electronics & Telecomn. Engg
19. Various Committees at SAKP

GRIEVANCE REDRESSAL CELL
1. Prof. Sanjay M. Lunge (Chairperson / Conveyor)
2. Mrs. Vaishali B. Kosamkar (Co-ordinator)
3. Mr. S. B. Singh (Member)

ANTI-RAGGING COMMITTEE
1. Prof. Sanjay M. Lunge, I/C Principal (Chairperson / Conveyor)
2. Mr. Jisal F Jesty, Member, NGO/Civil
3. Mr. Jalinder Shinde, DCP Mumbai (Member, Police)
4. MR. Shashikumar Tiwari, Member, Local Media
5. Mr. S. B. Singh, I/C HOD EX Department, Member, Faculty
6. Mrs. Vaishali B. Kosamkar, I/C HOD IF Department, Member, Faculty
7. Mrs. Vandana Malhotra, Member Parent
8. Mr. Kharat Akshay, Member, Senior Student (TYEX) R.No. 20163603
9. Ms. Mayuri Mhaisdhune, Member, Senior Student (TYIF) R.No. 20163424
10. Ms. Yukta Shah, Member, Junior Student (FYIF) R.No. 20161424
11. Mr. Ninad Devdas, Member, Junior Student (FYEX) R.No. 20161601

WOMEN GRIEVANCE REDRESSAL COMMITTEE
1. Mrs. Shailaja B Attarde, Chairperson & Conveyor)
2. Mrs. Kalpana L. Choudhari, Secreatary
3. Mrs. Vaishali B. Kosamkar, Female Teacher, Member
4. Mrs. Kalpana L. Choudhari, Female Teacher, Member
5. Mrs. Neelam M. Jagtap, Female Teacher, Member
6. Mrs. Sangeeta R. Singh, Female Teacher, Member
7. Mrs. Jyoti V. Bansode, Female Teacher, Member
8. Mrs. Vaishali V. Walimbe, Female, Non-Teaching staff , Member
9. Prof. Mohua Nigudkar, Member, T.I.S.S. Nominee (NGO)
10. Ms. Unnati Modi, Female, Student Representative (SYCM)
11. Mr. Patil Aniket, Male, Student Representative (SYEJ)

Annexure - I
Annexure - II
Annexure - III
Annexure - IV
Annexure - V
Annexure - VI
Proforma - A (For Type 'C' Candidates)
Proforma - B1 (For Type 'D' Candidates)
Proforma - B2 (For Type 'D' Candidates)
Proforma - C (For Def-1, Def-2 & Def-3 Candidates)
Proforma - D (For Def-3 Candidates)
Proforma - E (For Def-3 Candidates)
Proforma - F (For P-1, P-2 & P-3 Candidates)
Proforma - F1 (For P-3 Candidates)
Proforma - G1 (For Candidates from Maharashtra & Karnataka disputed Border Area)
Proforma - G2 (For Candidates from Maharashtra & Karnataka disputed Border Area)
Proforma - H
Proforma - J
Proforma - K
Proforma - L
Proforma - N
Proforma - O (For Minority Candidates)
Proforma - T (NOC from Parent Institute)
NOC from Admitting Institute
Application for Admission by Transfer
Proforma - Z