Vidyalankar Institute of Technology

Wadala(East), Mumbai | Affiliated to Mumbai University

4 51 reviews 11 interested

1999
established
Private
college
No
minority
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rank

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avg. undergrad fee
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avg. undergrad salary
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avg. postgrad fee
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avg. postgrad salary

Courses offered at VIT
AND AVG. CUTOFF TRENDS

  • BE in Computer Engineering Avg. cutoff: 110.3846
  • BE in Electronics and Telecom Engineering Avg. cutoff: 90.7308
  • BE in Electronics Engineering Avg. cutoff: 79.2
  • BE in Information Technology Avg. cutoff: 98.9333
  • BE in Biomedical Engineering Avg. cutoff: NA
VIT CATEGORY-WISE CUTOFF TRENDS

Location, address and contact

Vidyalankar Institute of Technology, (VIT),
Vidyalankar Educational Campus , Wadala(East),
Mumbai, Maharashtra

Phone: 24161126
Email:
Website: www.vit.edu.in


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Sam
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on Mar 4, 2015

Some of the experienced teaching faculty that Vidyalankar Institute of Technology (VIT) had before. have left the college. The other old and senior teaching faculties are extremely good but there are a few freshers (passed out students), who are not up to the mark. Professors are co-operative. Because of the association with Vidyalankar classes the faculty is experienced in teaching and industry demands. Notes of Vidyalankar coaching classes are distributed to all students.

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Jignesh Jain
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on Dec 13, 2015

college is very great and its teaching staff is very helpful
One of the best teachers were first the teachers of this college like
Dubey Sir of Mechanics & Engineering. drwin
Powar Sir of BEE
Velenker Sir of CP
Ankur Sir of EDC
Phatak Sir of Maths

and a very supporting and students caring Principal....
Seema Shah Mam

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rahul007
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on Mar 4, 2015

If you visit Vidyalankar Institute of Technology (VIT) for the first time, you’ll think it’s a MALL (I mean it). You can't make out where the classrooms are because the classrooms don't look like classrooms from outside.. There is an amphitheatre which is visible from any corner of the engineering building. Laboratories are in the basement.
Vidyalankar Institute of Technology (VIT) shares the campus with Vidyalankar Polytechnic and Vidyalankar School of Information Technology. The campus comprises 3 buildings, 2 gardens, a football field, a volleyball ground and also a cricket pitch. Also, separate parking lots are available for students and faculty members, for both 2-wheelers and 4-wheelers. A new building called the X-Block is also under construction, which has already been featured in an international architecture e-magazine. Hostel facilities are also available. The new M-block for Management students has facilities like smoke detectors, sprinklers. (BEWARE SMOKERS)!
The library provides a wide ranging collection of books which include university prescribed text books and reference material. The library also subscribes to all major international journals and magazines. Some major non-technical magazines are also subscribed to. The library also has a reading hall which is open 6 days a week and on Sundays when exams are approaching.
So, by and large, excellent infrastructure.

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rahul
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on Feb 22, 2016

the infrastructure is awesome .............only the bad thing is that it is surrouanded by slums but inside the campus its very good environment ...

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maithili
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on Mar 4, 2015

Placements at Vidyalankar are quite decent, mainly because of the contacts the college administration has within the industry. Infosys and Patni pick the maximum students. Infosys has selected Vidyalankar as a partner for its Campus-Connect Program, wherein they train Pre-final year Vidyalankar students to make them industry ready.
Average salaries range around Rs.3 lac p.a. to Rs. 3.5 lac p.a. for BTech students.

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Khozem Lokhandwala
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on Dec 23, 2015

Campus selection/placements are great every year.


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Abhishek
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on Feb 2, 2016

Travelling is an issue initially, but you'll get used to.

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sanikaaa
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on Mar 4, 2015

Vidyalankar Institute of Technology (VIT) is located in central Mumbai, and can be easily reach from all parts of the city. It takes about 15 minutes to walk from Wadala station (Harbour Rly.) to the institute. Also it's not all that far from Dadar station (W.Rly. & C.Rly.). Buses can drop you very close to the college. Share taxis from Wadala west also take you to the college.There are ample of buses which ply between Dadar and Wadala, so a good option for central and western students also. However, it is surrounded by slums which is a huge turn off.


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anurag
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on Mar 3, 2015

A canteen and a cafe both offer a wide range of food and beverages. Food is edible and moderately cheap. VITs campus has a striking eatery outlet - 'snack in d box'. Food is reasonable in the canteen & in the café, starting from Rs. 20 to a maximum of Rs. 60, but 'snack in d box' is comparatively costlier.

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sunny
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on Jul 7, 2015

you get good quality food and are cheap rates in the canteen.

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malathi280692
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on Mar 3, 2015

Difficult to find good places out here because the location is slightly secluded. Dosti Acres is real close, so if you manage to find friends from that complex in your college, you can have good time there. Also the IMAX theatre is not very far. Last but not the least is Five Gardens.

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Charles
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on Jun 23, 2015

don't worry about hangout places,because you won't need any.. Cafeteria is best for tp with friends (Or anywhere within building,afterall its a MALL).
New thing started last semester 'Coffee Day'

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akanksha_29
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on Mar 3, 2015

Crowd at Vidyalankar Institute of Technology (VIT) is the general middle class one. Lots of weirdos with their own weird sets of ideas and thoughts are found here. But then again that is the case with many engineering colleges. VIT strongly opposes ragging & also has its own anti-ragging committee, a trend started in many other engineering colleges also.

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akshay
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on Nov 2, 2015

I oppose that crowd is average..
college has good crowd..many of students cme from good location like Dadar,Bandra,Colaba...and many more..
SO vit is changing..

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aniketalps
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on Mar 4, 2015

Vidyalankar Institute of Technology (VIT) celebrates an inter-collegiate technical festival, FERVOR, an intra-collegiate cultural festival, VERVE, and an inter-collegiate sports festival are held in the college campus around February/March. The highlight of the sports festival is the S6 (Six a side - Six overs) cricket tournament in which more than 15 colleges participate. It also includes intra-collegiate competitions in volleyball, box-cricket, throwball, carrom, chess etc.

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ankittv
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on Mar 3, 2015

Attendance at Vidyalankar Institute of Technology (VIT) is not quite an issue. No extra assignments or any such action is taken against defaulters. However, some teachers who want to show that they should be given more importance might cause minor glitches by reducing the term work marks of defaulters. So, it would be wise to be cautious of such teachers. Most of the teaching & non-teaching staff are extremely friendly & helpful but there are a few exceptions, you need to attend those certain lectures. So, it would be wise to be cautious of such teachers.

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Sandeep Khudanpur
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on Oct 1, 2015

Moderately strict, mainly depends on who FE incharge is!!


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yo_2211
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on Mar 4, 2015

A typical engineering college where crowd is average. Though there aren’t many places to hangout, the college has typical amenities which makes it distinct from others. Generally cut-offs are at an average score. This may be credited with the fact that college has more seats and being non-minority institution adds further to lower cut-offs. The college has good placement records for the last couple of years.

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Venkatesh Joshi
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on Oct 19, 2016

VERY BAD college!!! I HATE IT HERE!! GET ME OUT!!!


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