M.E.S. Pillai’s Institute Of Information Technology (PIIT), New Panvel, Navi Mumbai


Located conveniently close to Panvel Railway Station, Pillai’s Institute of Information Technlogy (PIIT) is a cool 10 minute walk from the tracks. If you wish to save even more time, and spend some more money, you could take a rickshaw which would get you there in not more than a couple of minutes.



One massive plus point about M.E.S. Pillai’s Institute Of Information Technology (PIIT) is its Massive campus, which is surprisingly clean by engineering college standards. The washrooms are NOT cramped and do NOT smell like a fart bomb. All in all, it’s a nice environment to study (or not study) in.



BTech Fee: Rs. 90,000/year

MTech Fee: Rs. 1.1L per year



The placements hadn't been impressive till recently but they've shown some improvement in last couple of years. The college manages to place close to 50% of the students with decent salaries. Of course, those who DO get placed are pretty happy, with companies like Accenture offering acceptable salaries of 3.2 lac per annum.

  • Minimum salary:  Rs. 2.16 lac p.a.
  • Average salary:   Rs. 3.12 lac p.a.
  • Maximum salary: Rs. 3.84 lac p.a.


Faculty :

The faculty at M.E.S. Pillai’s Institute Of Information Technology (PIIT) is really good for a college on the outskirts of the city, with the students and teachers sharing a good rapport. The mechanical department faculty, it seems, is one of the best in (well not technically, but anyway) Mumbai.



Attendance is not really an issue, with 40-50% guaranteeing safety.



The crowd isn’t too bad either- there’s a healthy girl-boy ratio, and the overall feedback is ‘chilled out’. Quite a few students from nearby villages, though. Due to linguistic minority quota, you can expect a lot of Malayalam speaking students.



The canteen at M.E.S. Pillai’s Institute Of Information Technology (PIIT) is of an acceptable standard, with edible and more importantly, affordable, food.



A major issue here is the hangouts, or rather the lack of them. Most people end up driving to Karnala or Lonavala, both of which are half an hour away. Chilling at Kharghar is an option too, but there’s not a hell of a lot to do there either.



PIIT hosts their festivals Impulse and Kryptogram around February or March, with the cultural fest happening intermittently.


Contact Address:

M.E.S. Pillai’s Institute of Information Technology (PIIT),
Sector -  16, New Panvel.
Navi Mumbai—410 206.
Tel: 2745 6100 / 1700 ; Fax: 2748 3208
Website: www.piit.ac.in



Not a bad college at all, if you live close to it. “TP karke B.E. banna hai toh aa jaana” says one of their students.


+4 #40 Sandeep.Menon 2015-10-30 03:26
Nice infrastructure quality lecturers if u afford to get attendance above 40% nothin such serious issues and even the crowd here is nice !! Alegria is the much awaited festival of this college which is celebrated to its fullest.... do go for this college
+3 #39 studycell 2014-08-31 02:12
as iamredjohn said this college requires atlest 60% attendance otherwise be ready to bring your parents to college and some faculty only knows how to ask VIVA.
-3 #38 SIDDHARTH 2014-08-19 15:24
awesum college
great infra
good teaching
facilities r good
+10 #37 JIGNESH jadhav 2013-12-29 13:23
The main college festival here is Alegria which is surprisingly the most awaited college festival in Navi Mumbai... and the average salary offered has also increased to 4.5 lakhs p.a. In short a great college and very good faculties which will make you study and when the fun is on the cards they will enjoy with the students.. a nice option for doing engg over here...
-16 #36 Jignesh Jadhav 2013-11-19 12:02
A very good college. Chemistry prof is a gem of a person. Canteen is awesome. Engg girls are not as good as compared to BMS or BArch but college is very good and the best in Navi Mumbai.

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