Regional Offices of Directorate of Technical Education (DTE)




Regional Offices of Directorate of Technical Education
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Mumbai Region
Joint Director
Shri D. S. Meshram
Technical Education Regional Office,World Bank Project Building, Govt. Polytechnic Campus, 49-Kherwadi, Aliyawar Jung Marg, Bandra(East), Mumbai-400 051 022-26474892,26474649 022-2647 1619

Email:- rdtem@dte.org.in, jtdirrom@gmail.com,romumbai.dte@gmail.com

Pune Region
I/c Joint Director

Joint Director, Technical Education Regional Office, 412-E, Shivaji Nagar, Bahirat Patil Chowk,
Pune- 411 016
Phone:- 020-25656234, 25678973 020-25656234

Email:- jdtepu@pn3.vsnl.net.in, rdtepune@dte.org.in,ropune.dte@gmail.com

Website:- http://www.ropune.org.in/


Nashik Region
I/c Joint Director
Shri. P. A. Naik Technical Education Regional Office, Govt. Polytechnic Campus, P.O. Box. 219, Sumangaon Road, Nashik Road, Nashik-422 101

Phone 0253-2461479, 2460114 (P) 0253-2455301
Email:- ronsk_nsk@sancharnet.in, rdtenashik@dte.org.in, ronashik.dte@gmail.com

Website:- www.dtensk.org

Aurangabad Region
I/c Joint Director
Dr. A. R. Thete

Joint Director, Technical Education Regional Office Station Road, Usmanpura,Near Govt.Polytechnic campus, P.O. Box No.119 Aurangabad-431 005

Phone:- 0240-2334216(P),2334769 (O) 0240-2356820
Email:-- jdteabad_agd@sancharnet.in, rdteabad@dte.org.in,roaurangabad.dte@gmail.com

Website:- www.dteau.org

Amravati Region

I/c Joint Director

Dr. P. M . Khodke
Joint Director, Technical Education Regional Office Govt. Polytechnic Campus , V. M.V. Road,
Gadgenagar, Amravati-444 603
Phone:- 0721-2573027 0721-2573027

Email:- jdroamt@bom6.vsnl.net.in, rdteamt@dte.org.in, roamravati.dte@gmail.com

Website : http://www.jdroamt.org/

Nagpur Region

I/c Joint Director
Dr. K. K. Dhote Joint Director,Technical Education Regional Office, Govt.Polytechnic Campus,Sadar Bazar,
Nagpur-440 001
Phone-:0712-2565143, 2549387 0712-2561663

Emails:- dternag_ngp@sancharnet.in, rdtenag@dte.org.in, ronagpur.dte@gmail.com

Website-: http://www.rdtenagpur.org.in


Reference: http://www.dte.org.in/rdte/index.asp


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