Saraswati College of Engineering (SCoE), Kharghar, Navi Mumbai
Saraswati College of Engineering (SCoE) is a 20 minute walk from the nearest station and takes 10 mins by rick (read 20 bucks), although the college does provide bus facility for students which is not easy on the pocket!!.
Excellent! Saraswati College of Engineering (SCoE) is spread out over 11 acres. Classrooms are spacious and labs are well-equipped. Centralized air conditioning will probably be introduced soon. They have a variety of outdoor sports like volleyball, cricket, football, and badminton. What’s more, they are apparently constructing the largest library in Maharashtra soon.
Rs. 102244/- year
EXTC faculty is supposed to be really good, although maybe a bit strict. Others are just about okay. New professors keep coming and going.
The college is very very strict in this respect. 75% attendance is compulsory, failing which students are charged Rs.5000. Yeah, you’d really rather just attend.
The crowd at Saraswati College of Engineering (SCoE) is decent, quite cosmopolitan. Very enthusiastic and love to participate actively in festivals of their own college as well as other colleges.
Relatively good canteen with more-than-edible food. Misal pav is an all-time favourite.
Quite a few of them, actually. There’s a McDonald’s, a Subway, Little World Mall all of which are pretty close by. The huge central park spread over acres of land and built on the lines of New York’s Hyde Prak is also close by (Though its stilll under completion)
Saraswati College of Engineering (SCoE) hosts an integrated cultural and technical fest called Nakshatra around the end of February.
Not too great, with about 30% of the students getting jobs. Wipro is a major hirer.
Contact:Saraswati College of Engineering (SCoE),Plot No: - 46, Sector No:- 5Near MSEB Sub Station KhargharNavi Mumbai – 410210Telephone:022-27743706, 27743707, 27743708, 32017417, 32027356Website: www.scoe.edu.in
If you’ve scored about 130 in your CET, this is a college you could look at. All in all, it has massive potential for development. Might be a ‘dark horse’.