Website : www.indiraicem.ac.in
Indira College of Engineering and Management, established in 2007, is a venture of SCES. The institute is approved by All India Council of Technical Education (AICTE), New Delhi and Govt. of Maharashtra and affiliated to the University of Pune.
The post globalization era in India has resulted in fast pace development activities, shaping mighty economic developments. Infrastructure developments are meeting the industrial needs and making India a promising destination. This has created a need for professionals with expertise in multiple disciplines to spearhead the growth momentum. Engineering is an instrumental branch that will define the future course of these lofty development plans.
At Indira College of Engineering and Management, we are committed to nurture the required expertise under one roof by creating competent and motivated technocrats and managers of tomorrow, who will use their technical knowledge and managerial qualities to confidently and successfully lead the organization.
It’s a state of the art campus, situated in the serene and picturesque settings of Maval Taluka, few minutes walk away from the Mumbai-Pune Express way.
Growth of ICEM in the past four years is exemplary & is at par with the commitment, which we ensure to continue in future. It was a result of team work by the dedicated & committed staff under the stewardship of the management.
Our students who have come from different strata of society have adapted well to our philosophy namely Indira culture.
Candidates are advised to follow the rules for admission to First Year Engineering and direct admission to Second Year Engineering degree courses as published by the Directorate of Technical Education, Maharashtra State from time to time. However, some of the basic guidelines are given below. All the candidates are advised to submit their applications to the Admission Authorities notified by the Government of Maharashtra on or before the last date of application, unless specified differently elsewhere in this brochure.
Passed the HSC (Std. XII) examination of Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education or its equivalent examination with subjects English, Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics and secured minimum 45% marks i.e. not less than 135 marks out of 300 marks (40% marks i.e. not less than 120 marks out of 300 marks for backward class category candidates from Maharashtra) in the Subjects Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics added together. OR A candidate who has passed the diploma course in Engineering / Technology affiliated to Board of Technical Education, Maharashtra State (MSBTE) or its equivalent with minimum 50% marks.
The information in brief is given below. For details refer Government of Maharashtra (DTE)
a) For the candidate of Maharashtra State:
In addition to Educational Qualification as specified in the Para “Entry Requirement” , candidates are required to appear for MHT-CET and secured nonzero score to be eligible for admission for State Quota (65%) seats through Centralized Admission Process (CAP).
b) For the candidates of Outside Maharashtra State:
In addition to Educational Qualification as specified in the para “Entry Requirement”, candidates from Maharashtra State as well as outside Maharashtra State are required to appear & qualify in All Indian Engineering Entrance Examination (AIEEE) conducted by C.B.S.E., New Delhi to be eligible for admission against these (15%) reserved seats.
c) For the candidates wishing admission under Institute level seats:
Candidates from Maharashtra State as well as from outside Maharashtra State having required Educational Qualification are eligible for Institute level 6 (20%) seats provided they have appeared for MHT-CET conducted by the competent Authority or conducted by agency (if any) including Association of all Pvt. colleges approved by Pravesh Niyantran Samittee. However, they are required to apply separately to the Management of the respective institutes for these seats.
d) For the Diploma holder candidates:
After admitting candidates fulfilling the eligibility criteria mentioned at para (a, b & c) above, if the vacancies still exists after the cut of date declared by the concerned Government authority,the Principal may admit diploma holders who have passed the diploma course in Engineering /Technologywith minimum of 50% marks and medium of instruction as English from Polytechnics affiliated to MSBTE or AICTE approved autonomous Polytechnics in Maharashtra State (for Maharashtra State Candidates) or such polytechnics situated in or outside the MH State (for outside Maharashtra State Candidates) Such admissions are also as per merit of candidates applied for the particular un-aided college.
Rules for transfer of students at second year and onwards:
Transfer whether within the Institute or to another will be effected only in case of students passing fully in the previous year I semester. While applying for transfer from one University to another, the student must produce an eligibility certificate from the university to which the Engineering College he proposes to join is affiliated.
Change of branch within the College / Institute:
The Principal of the college shall allow change of course within the college immediately after the declaration of result of first year or second semester examination on merit to the eligible candidates who have passed first year or both first and second semester examinations in full and not with A.T.K.T. from the same instructions aspiring for a change of course provided, vacancies exist within the sanctioned intake. The Principal shall be responsible for ascertaining the eligibility laid down by concerned University for the course to which the candidate is being transferred.
The fees structure of the college will be as per the approval by the Shikshan Shulk Samittee.