D.Y. Patil College of Engineering

Pune, Pune | Affiliated to Savitribai Phule Pune University

3.2 68 reviews 9 interested

1984
established
Private
college
No
minority
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Courses offered at DYPCE
AND AVG. CUTOFF TRENDS

  • BE in Computer Engineering Avg. cutoff: NA
  • BE in Electronics and Telecom Engineering Avg. cutoff: NA
  • BE in Information Technology Avg. cutoff: NA
  • BE in Mechanical Engineering Avg. cutoff: NA
  • BE in Civil Engineering Avg. cutoff: NA
  • BE in Instrumentation Engineering Avg. cutoff: NA
  • B.E. in Production Engineering Avg. cutoff: NA
  • ME in Computer Engineering Avg. cutoff: NA
  • ME in Civil Engineering Avg. cutoff: NA
  • ME in Manufacturing Engineering Avg. cutoff: NA
  • ME in Construction Management Avg. cutoff: NA
  • ME in Mechanical Engineering Design Avg. cutoff: NA
  • ME in Mechanical Heat Power Avg. cutoff: NA
DYPCE CATEGORY-WISE CUTOFF TRENDS

Location, address and contact

D.Y. Patil College of Engineering, (DYPCE),
Sector 29, Nigdi Pradhikaran, Near Akurdi Railway Station, Akurdil , Pune,
Pune, Maharashtra

Phone: 20 – 27653054
Email: [email protected]
Website: http://www.dypcoeakurdi.ac.in/


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sanket
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on May 19, 2015

The general consensus at the DY Patil College of Engineering (DYPCE) is that the faculty isn’t too great- many former-students take up jobs as teachers, and are slightly low on their communication skills.

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sanjay bhatia
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on Sep 24, 2016

faculty is average here...

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rameshvish
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on May 19, 2015

The college is still pretty much under construction. It has a HUGE campus; about 40 acres which is shared by 10 other colleges. The classrooms are clean, and well maintained. The college offers comprehensive hostel facility located within a vicinity of one kilometer from the college campus. Separate boys (100 seats) and girls (250 seats) hostels are available.

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abjeet
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on Jul 18, 2016

Campus is huge and environment is owesome... good one i pune

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omkarcp
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on May 20, 2015

The college ‘boasts’ of 90% placements, with your regular IT companies (Wipro, TCS, L&T) picking up truckloads of students.

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siddhesh
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on Sep 14, 2016

Maha-Bakwaas Placement department.. Not even a single core company for E&TC visited this year.

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snehal Madne
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on May 20, 2015

DY Patil College of Engineering, Akurdi is a five minute walk from the Akurdi railway station, and is pretty accessible by buses as well. Students from Pune city prefer the railway while students coming from nearby areas prefer the buses. The frequency of buses is excellent as well.

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Digvijay
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on May 6, 2016

It is in a kind of jungle. But it is far far away from civilized area(viman nagar about 14 kms) if you want to take a Xerox of a sheet or something like pen, toothbrush, etc you need to travel to vishranthvadi (about 5kms). if You have your private vehicle then it's okay other wise rickshaws are hard to find from college. and if you catch one it will definitely charge you double price. You will be really frustrated. Other option is to take a six seater after a walk of 3 kms

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yash
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on May 28, 2016

hostel is too costly. 75000- per year.

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vikram jadhav
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on May 27, 2016

Hostel: prices are 75k for non ac and 1 lac for ac. 4 people in 1 room. Don't expect too much in an hostel. As said by many of my friends in hostel "a jail would be much more better than hostel". I mean that you have to take a slip signed by Sir every time you want to go out of the college and that too by informing your parents. Grrrr. Otherwise you can always take a room/flat for rent by sharing it with your friends. and one mare thing water here is hard(salty) for drinking and all purposes.

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leroy puthran
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on May 19, 2015

Not a very spacious canteen, but it makes up for that by being pretty affordable. Schezwan rice is supposed to be a speciality.

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Yash
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on Jul 15, 2016

Canteen food quality and quantity is very low.

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Richa Basak
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on May 19, 2015

Students direct us to places called Foodland burger, ‘wilson ki tapri’, café aroma, and a place where you get, and is called, kati kebab.

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sagar_rt
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on Sep 8, 2016

Nothing to hangout nearby the college.

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ronie
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on May 20, 2015

The crowd is comprised of a healthy mix of ‘localites’ as well as ‘outsiders’. Co-operative and fun to live with.


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Megha
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on Jun 25, 2016

crowd is really a mixture from all arouand the India. Crowd is generally friendly and reliable and innocent too. Mumbaikars but may somehow find themselves stuck in bunches of dumb people


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friendmukti
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on May 19, 2015

DY Patil College of Engineering (DYPCE) celebreates its cultural fest Chronus sometime in March. Technical festivals are all department specific.


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Dweep Patel
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on Nov 17, 2016

never miand. Students here don't know what are college festivals


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rockroll302
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on May 19, 2015

No problems whatsoever. "Aish karo!!" says one extrovert student.


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AJAY H Upadhyay
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on Aug 12, 2016

75% attendance is compulsory. If you do not maintain this, you will eand up in the defaulter list and you will be in trouble.Students have to wear a uniform. If you come to this college you will feel like you are back in school.


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SARITA
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on May 20, 2015

Seniors say you’ll ‘develop your personality’ over 4 years. We think that’s a good verdict, then.


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Sharvin
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on Dec 22, 2016

Ask any student of one USP of this college, answer would be its infrastructure. I completed BE in Mech Engineering from here and I wouldn't hesitate to mention that this college workshop had turned out to be my 2nd home. The faculty were very cooperative but relatively inexperienced (well it could be uanderstood becoz the college is a newbie). They encouraged participation in various competitions. But the worst thing, Admin department, with its poor co-ordination between collegeeagues, there were frequent clashes related to fees, exam forms, scholarships etc. Rules- Woander why the name "School”??Yes you would rather experience "back to school" with a protocol dictated to you on the first day. I think it’s the first ragging free campus in Pune. Education quality is mediocre. Placements- to be frank, the first batch did not have any formal placement drive but most of them are now into some job or the other. Bottom line, If you are thinking of joining this college, get ready to enjoy school again.


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