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  • STTP-FDP-ENC-EE | Usha Mittal Institute of Technology

    Faculty Participation in STTP/FDP Usha Mittal Institute Of Technology Usha Mittal Institute Of Technology 1/1 Links Departments Faculty STTP/FDP/Workshops Conducted Faculty Participation in STTP/FDP Timetable Projects Student Achievement

  • Committees | Usha Mittal Institute of Technology

    Committees Grievance Redressal Committee SC/ST Committee Anti Ragging Committee Anti Ragging Squad Internal Complaint Committee R & D Committee Admission Committee Examination Committee Academic Calendar Training and Placement Library Committee Timetable Committee Purchase Committee Alumni Committee NAAC ISTE IIC Website Student Welfare Committee Student Council Arcane IEEE CSI NSS E-cell ACM CodeChef Developer Student Club Writers' Club Related Navigation About SNDT About UMIT Principal's Message Vision And Objectives Founder's Legacy Institutional Values Committees IT Infrastructure Contact

  • Institutional Values |Usha Mittal Institute of Technology

    Institutional Values Student's Growth - Education is the most powerful weapon we can use to change the world and the mindset. Networking is a powerful tool to change of the world. Good Time Management - Use your time wisely. Time is what we want most, but what we use worst. We at UMIT value time ours and yours. Admitting we don't understand everything and have the willingness to learn - A growth mindset is the opposite– liberating, empowering, and motivating. Those with growth mindsets know that they are not limited to their current abilities and skills. Reading, Writing and Analytical skills - Nothing can replace reading and writing. Critical thinking and analytical skills are the need of the hour. Equip students to be self driven - Your degree is a proof of your knowledge, which, mostly, is taken seriously and makes your ideas/thoughts more valuable and important. Creativity and Originality - Every once in a while, a new technology, an old problem, and a big idea turn into an innovation. We think everyone can be an innovator. ​

  • Disclosure | Usha Mittal Institute of Technology

    Mandatory Disclosure Mandatory Disclosure Cut off Marks for Admission Examination Results Placements Report AICTE Approval Letter (2021-22) AICTE Approval Letter (2022-23) AICTE Approval Letters (2013-14 to 2020-21) Annual Reports (2015-16 to 2019-20) AICTE Approval Letter (2023-24)

  • NSS | Usha Mittal Institute of Technology

    Council and Committees Gallery The National Service Scheme (NSS) was launched in 1969, the birth centenary year of the Mahatma Gandhi, by the Government of India. It’s a voluntary association of youngsters, especially college students, to work for campus-community linkages. It aims at developing a student’s personality through community service. NSS wing at Usha Mittal Institute of Technology (UMIT) provides a platform to the students for community work and developing a way of involvement within the tasks of nation-building. A range of activities is organized each year to channelize the energy and thoughts of the younger generation into creative pursuits. Activities BLOOD DONATION DRIVE HAND PAINTED CLOTH BAG DISTRIBUTION OLDAGE HOME VISIT STREET PLAY CLEANLINESS DRIVE DIGITAL LITERACY EVENT 2020 EK BHARAT, SHRESHTHA BHARAT SESSIONS SELF DEFENSE TRAINING MEDICAL CAMP DIGITAL TREE PLANTATION DRIVE Co- Ordinators Dr. Kavita Mhatre Prof. Kiran Dange Council 2022-23 Contact us ~

  • Student achievement_ENC/EE | Usha Mittal Institute of Technology

    Student Achievement CE Links Departments Faculty STTP/FDP/Workshops Conducted Faculty Participation in STTP/FDP Timetable Projects Student Achievement

  • Project_CST | Usha Mittal Institute of Technology

    Projects of CST UG Major Projects Academic Year 2020-2021 2019-2020 2018-2019 Links Departments Faculty STTP/FDP/Workshops Conducted Faculty Participation in STTP/FDP Timetable Projects Student Achievement Major Projects Exhibition Academic Year 2017-2018 2018-2019 Winners Major Projects Exhibition Academic Year 2017-2018 2018-2019

  • Faculty | Usha Mittal Institute of Technology

    Faculty Related Navigation UG Programme PG Programme PhD Programme Departments Faculty Academic Calendar Rules and Regulations Virtual Education & Value Addition Scholarship Dr. Yogesh P. Nerkar Principal Faculty in Computer Science & Technology Faculty in Computer Science & Technology Faculty in Electronics & Communication Faculty in Information Technology Faculty in General Engineering & Applied Science Faculty in Computer Engineering Faculty in Data Science

  • Timetable_CST | Usha Mittal Institute of Technology

    Class Timetable CST Academic Year 2020-2021 Class Odd Semester Even Semester Final Year Sem VII Sem VIII Third Year Sem V Sem VI Second Year Sem III Sem IV Links Departments Faculty STTP/FDP/Workshops Conducted Faculty Participation in STTP/FDP Timetable Projects Student Achievement

  • About SNDT | Usha Mittal Institute of Technology

    About SNDT Women's University SNDT Juhu Usha Mittal Institute Of Technology SNDT Juhu SNDT Churchgate Mittal Institute Of Technology SNDT Churchgate SNDT Usha Mittal Institute Of Technology SNDT SNDT Juhu Usha Mittal Institute Of Technology SNDT Juhu 1/4 Related Navigation About SNDT About UMIT Principal's Message Vision And Objectives Founder's Legacy Institutional Values Committees IT Infrastructure Contact SNDT Women’s University is the first Women’s university in India as well as in South-East Asia. The University was founded by Maharshi Dr. Dhondo Keshav Karve in 1916 for a noble cause of Women’s Education. The first five women graduated in 1921 from this University. The University Headquarters is in Churchgate Campus, Mumbai and the other two campuses of this University are at Juhu, Mumbai and Karve Road, Pune. ​ In a century old existence, the university has grown into a multidisciplinary institution hosting diverse professional, technical and liberal arts programmes from K12 to Ph.D. SNDTWU is probably one such university where there is Nursery school as laboratory for Human Development Department, Centres for Women's Studies, Inclusion and Exclusion, Distance Education, andhas affiliated institutions for doctoral programmes. Unlike most university's in the country which have to have state jurisdiction, SNDTWU is unique in terms of jurisdiction. SNDTWU can affiliate colleges/institutions anywhere in India with prior consent from the State Government. ​ SNDT Women's University is committed to the cause of women's empowerment through access to education, particularly higher education, through relevant courses in the formal and non-formal streams. The university is committed to meet the changing socio-economic needs, with human values and purposeful social responsibility and to achieve excellence with “Quality in every Activity” through vocational and professional courses for women. The motto of the university is “An enlightened woman is a source of infinite strength”. There are six institutions recognized by SNDTWU for Ph.D. Research. SNDTWU is a home to 1100 teaching and non-teaching staff members and 50,000 students spread across seven states and a union territory. ​ SNDT Women's University stands 32nd amongst multi-disciplinary universities of India and ranked fourth in Western India according to the Week-Hansa Research ranking of 2020.

  • ENC STTP|Usha Mittal Institute of Technology

    STTP/FDP/Workshops Conducted Links Departments Faculty STTP/FDP/Workshops Conducted Faculty Participation in STTP/FDP Timetable Projects Student Achievement Title Date & Year AICTE sponsored one week online short-term training program on "Natural Language Processing with Google AI and Dialogflow and Its Applications" 21st June- 26th June, 2021 AICTE sponsored one week online short-term training program on "Natural Language Processing with Google AI and Dialogflow and Its Applications" 24th May – 29th May, 2021 Online Webinar on AI and Computer Vision Applications 21st July, 2020 Online Webinar on Libraries and Tools for Machine Learning 18th July, 2020 Online Webinar on Artificial Neural Networks- Changing The World 14th July, 2020 Online FDP on “Security Issues and Role of Cryptography in Communication” 22nd – 26th June, 2020, STTP on “Python and Engineering Applications” 9 th December, 2019 to 13th December, 2019, STTP program on “Blockchain and it’s Applications” approved by AICTE-ISTE 17th to 21st June, 2019. One Day Sponsored Seminar on “Wireless Sensor Network & It’s Applications in Developed & Developing Countries” in association with UGC Area Center for Canadian Studies 22nd February, 2019 STTP program on “Issues in 5G Wireless Networks” approved by ISTE 20th to 24th June, 2016

  • Testimonials | Usha Mittal Institute of Technology

    Testimonials Home UMIT is a great choice for women in Technology. The environment is very conducive to constant growth. The councils and committees organize various events to boost your confidence and the teachers always encourage you to look beyond your limitations. UMIT has given me so many opportunities to constantly challenge myself, excel and to keep learning and growing. Vaishnavi Desai Graduate Analyst Barclays UMIT gave me an opportunity to learn, explore and grow as a professional. Being a Student committee member like ACM, E-cell, NSS helped me in improving management skills required for being a leader. Today my professional achievement credit goes to my professors and staff who have been a constant support and motivator during my journey as a student. Manishi Pande Senior Project Manager My SIES Chemistry Professor asked my father to get me enrolled in UMIT for engineering and I think, it is the best decision my dad took and I'm grateful to my teacher. If I could go back in time, I will choose UMIT as my college again Shruti Pandey Lead sales Engineer I am proud to raise the flag of UMIT high, will be ever indebted to my Alma Mater and encourage every girl with a dream to make it come true here at UMIT! Swathi Shetty Product Manager, Saviynt Inc. Los Angeles, CA UMIT has been a learning and a growth center for me. Three years being a part of Ecell council of UMIT taught me team building skills and boosted my confidence and patience, which helped me lead team as a Co chairperson and in 4th year helped me to multitask as a Class Representative and also to focus on my placements. I do not regret being a part of girls' college at all because the opportunities are same as that of Co-ed colleges. I have enjoyed my college life in UMIT. MS. Vandita Rai Amdocs Software Test Engineer 1 1 ... 1 ... 1

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