Why should I take admission in Vivekanand Education Society’s Institute of Technology (V.E.S.I.T.)?

Vivekanand Education Society’s Institute of Technology (V.E.S.I.T.) is

  • Recognized by University of Mumbai
  • Approved by AICTE
  • Accredited by the National Board of Accredition
  • Awarded as “Most Promising Engineering College with Excellent Faculty in Maharashtra”, at the Seventh Asia Education Summit and Awards, 2017 by Worldwide Achievers.
  • Member of the Platinum Club in the survey conducted by All India Council of Technical Education (AICTE) in association with Confederation of Indian Industries (CII) in year 2016
  • Awarded as “Asia’s Fastest Growing Education Institutes”, by World Consulting and Research Corporation, 2015.

Which courses are available at your campus?

The Institute offers Bachelors, Masters and Ph.D. programme affiliated to University of Mumbai.

A] Bachelors of Engineering (B. E) Regular First Shift

  • Electronics Engineering
  • Computer Engineering
  • Instrumentation Engineering
  • Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering
  • Information Technology

B] Bachelors of Engineering (B. E) Regular Second Shift

  • Computer Engineering
  • Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering (Direct Second Year)

C] Masters of Computer Applications (M.C.A.)

D] Masters of Engineering (M.E.)

  • Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering
  • Information Technology
  • Instrumentation and Control Engineering

E] Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)

  • Electronics Engineering

What is the intake of different branches for B.E. in V.E.S.I.T.?

The intake for the various Under Graduate Programs at V.E.S.I.T. are as follows:

Regular First Shift

  • Electronics Engineering —  120
  • Computer Engineering —  120
  • Instrumentation Engineering —  60
  • Electronics and Telecommunication — 120
  • Information Technology — 60

Regular Second Shift

  • Computer Engineering —  60
  • Direct Second Year (Electronics and Telecommunication) —  60

What is the eligibility criterion for Admission?

Refer to D.T.E Information Brochure, Academic Year 2017-18, Page no 11 and 12.

What are the criterias for the merit list against CAP vacancy round?

Merit of all eligible candidates will be prepared as per D.T.E. rules.

What is timings of the Facilitation Centre?

Our Facilitation Centre at V.E.S.I.T. is working from 10.30 AM to 5.30 PM.

Will the Facilitation Centre (FC) remain open on Sunday’s and Holidays?

Our Facilitation Centre shall remain open on all days including holidays and Sundays during 10.30 AM to 5.00 PM during scheduled period only.

What is V.E.S. Institute of Technology’s Facilitation Centre’s contact number?

+91-22-61532510

Who is eligible for Sindhi minority quota?

To be eligible for Sindhi minority quota the candidate should have Sindhi as his/her mother tongue and should have registered online application of admission at D.T.E. website.

How to apply for Sindhi minority seat?

The college has 51% quota for Sindhi minority. Sindhi minority quota admissions are through Centralized admission process conducted by Directorate of Technical Education, Maharashtra.

For the vacancies that may arise after the final CAP round, it will be filled during the counseling round conducted by the college. The counseling will be based on merit and for which our institute will issue online forms (Available on the Institute website https://www.ves.ac.in/vesit).

What are the documents a Sindhi Minority candidate need to submit?

In addition to the documents mentioned in the Facilitation Centre receipt the following documents also need to be submitted at the time of ADMISSION.

  • Sindhi Minority Affidavit ( on Rs. 100/- stamp paper notarized)
  • Community Letter stating that the candidate belongs to Sindhi Minority.

How are the minority seats alloted in CAP?

Refer to DTE Information Brochure, Academic Year 2017-18, Page no 28, which states as follows:

Minority Quota Seats:- The stages of computerised allotment are as follows:

  • Stage–I: The seats under minority quota in the minority institution linguistic or religious) shall be allotted to the respective minority candidates.
  • Stage–II: If the seats remain vacant, they shall be allotted to the Maharashtra State candidature Candidates.
  • Stage–III: Further, if the seats remain vacant, they shall be allotted to the All India candidature Candidates.

How can anyone apply for Institutional / Management Quota admission in V.E.S.I.T.?

College does not have management quota/ institute quota. 100% admissions are through Centralized admission process conducted by Directorate of Technical Education, Maharashtra. For more information refer http://www.dtemaharashtra.gov.in

Does the college have Management seats?

College doesn’t have management quota.

How can the payment of fees for admission be made?

The Fee payments can be done either online through NEFT/ RTGS/ Credit Card/ Debit Card or offline in the form of Demand Draft (D.D.).

Can the fees be made in Cash or Cheque?

No. Cheque or Cash payment is not allowed.

Does college offer hostel facilities?

V.E.S.I.T. has in-built hostel facility for both boys & girls, but limited seats available.

How are the seats for the hostel allotted?

The hostel seats are allotted on first come first serve basis, after the admission procedure of the students has been completed.

What is the hostel fee?

For the fees structure please refer the website https://ves.ac.in/facilities/hostels/
Please note the payment for the college admission and hostel fee is accepted separately by DD only.