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K J Somaiya Institute of Engineering and Information Technology
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About K J Somaiya Institute of Engineering and Information Technology
Established in 2001, K J Somaiya Institute of Engineering and Information Technology (KJSIEIT) is an AICTE-approved institute. It is also approved by Directorate of Technical Education (DTE), Mumbai and is affiliated to the University of Mumbai. The institute offers undergraduate programs in Computer Engineering, Electronics And Telecommunication. Electronics Engineering and Information Technology.
Infrastructure and facilities The college campus of KJSIEIT houses an academic block with spacious classrooms, labs, computing facilities, sports facilities and a canteen.
KJSIEIT has a large library with books authored by national and international authors. These include books related to the curriculum of the various courses as well as for general reading. E-journals in the fields of science, engineering and technology can be accessed by the students for reference. Study material in the form of CDs and DVDs, newspapers and encyclopedias are also available. Other facilities associated with the library is a book bank, a reading hall and photo-copying facilities.
Unique features The on-campus Software Development Cell, comprising of both faculty & students, provides hands-on experience to students to gain practical knowledge of what they have learned.
The placement cell conducts lectures and short-term training programs to prepare students for interviews during campus recruitment drives. Placement details of each department are available at the official website of the institute.
An interesting feature of KJSIEIT is the "Robocon", which encourages students to think out of the box and come up with innovative devices and gadgets.
Clubs which students can join are Vyom, an astronomy club; Nakshatra, to promote the Marathi language; Green Club, to promote awareness of the environment; Infinite Loop, a programming club; Sparks, to encourage students to design basic electronic circuits.
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