The Student Council is the main student body of the college. It endeavors to improve the institute and a student's overall campus experience. The Council strives to solve the students' problems by acting as a liaison between the students and the faculty.
Computer Society of India is the first and largest body of computer professionals in India. It has 71 chapters across India, 418 student branches, and more than 90,000 members. Usha Mittal Institute of Technology being a part of C.S.I. Mumbai Chapter organises various events and workshops throughout the year under the guidance of CSI Mumbai Chapter
The Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) founded in 1947, based in New York, USA, is the oldest body of computer professionals in the world. The Computer Science, Engineering and Management students of SNDT Women’s University are part of the chapter since 1999. The SNDT-ACM Chapter is the first ACM Students Chapter in Mumbai. It aims to develop leadership qualities and management skills in addition to enhancing technical competence in the members. It has been the endeavor of the Chapter to bring innovation in its functioning so that it can reach out to broader spectrum of students and keep the chapter active.
IEEE is the world's largest professional association dedicated to advancing technological innovation and excellence for the benefit of humanity. IEEE and its members inspire a global community through IEEE's highly cited publications, conferences, technology standards, and professional and educational activities. IEEE UMIT conducts a wide range of events aimed at providing a platform for its student members to interactively widen their network while developing their technical aptitude and inspire a sense of scientific inquisitiveness among them.
Code Chef UMIT Chapter
Code chef UMIT is a zealous group, with an aim to "teach, learn and spread" the spirit of competitive programming among enthusiastic individuals. As a Chapter, they believe in making competitive programming a fun, interactive and a go-to subject for students and help them overcome all kinds of obstacles.
Developer Student Club-UMIT
Google Developer Student Clubs of Usha Mittal Institute Of Technology, powered by Google Developers, is a learning community that aims to inspire intelligent minds in the field of technology. It is open to any student, ranging from amateur developers who are just starting to advanced developers to experts. It is a community for students to connect and collaborate as they solve real-world problems.
Elite, the entrepreneurship cell of UMIT, is a non-technical council which provides great opportunities for students to develop and enhance their entrepreneurial and management skills through various ingenious programs. The activities conducted by the E-cell council help, both the organizing as well as the participating students, gain confidence and improve their organizational, management, entrepreneurial, marketing, creative and leadership skills.
Usha Mittal Institute of Technology has a vibrant sports council which encourage students to believe in themselves by providing them with a platform for participating in various Intra and Inter-Collegiate indoor and outdoor games. The Sports Council of Usha Mittal Institute Of Technology organized an Collegiate Sports Festival ‘’XUBERANCE”. Our aim is to Encourage women in field of Sports.
The NSS Unit of UMIT constantly seeks young volunteers to help channelize their energies and capabilities towards nation-building activities by organizing them into volunteers groups. National Service Scheme (NSS) has a vital role to play in the personality development of the Students and upliftment of society. The NSS unit of Usha Mittal Institute of Technology is a force of committed students marching forward to make the world a better place to live in.
UMIT Alumnae Association, is formed in order to foster new and strong bonds between the Alumnae, students and the teachers. It offers student-Alumnae contact, networking services and various events and reunions.
The unit, as a whole, hopes to bring about a better change with the amalgamation of technology.