The Thakur College of Engineering & Technology (TCET), a linguistic minority institute was established in AY 2001-02 with a clear objective of providing quality technical education in tune with international standards and contemporary global requirements. TCET is recognized by AICTE & Govt. of Maharashtra and is affiliated to the University of Mumbai. TCET offers 6 UG, 3 PG and 3 Ph.D. (Tech.) programme. TCET is accredited by NAAC with W grade for five years.Four UG programmes which include Electronics & Telecommunication (EXTC), Information Technology (IT), Computer Engineering (CMPN) and Electronics Engineering (ETRX) have been provisionally accredited by NBA for three years and are also given permanent affiliation by University of Mumbai.
TCET is ISO 9001:2015 certified institute. TCET is recipient of reputed IMC – Ramkrishna Bajaj National Quality Commendation Certification 2012(Education) followed by IMC – Ramkrishna Bajaj National Quality Award 2015 (Education). In July 2016 TCET has been selected for Asia Pacific Quality Award (APQA) for best in class award in education category from Global Pacific Quality Award (GPQA). TCET has been awarded in the category of “Excellent Performing & Innovative Engineering Institute in Maharashtra” at National Maharashtra Education Summit & Awards 2016, jointly organized by University of Mumbai & CMAI Association of India. TCET is a member of National Entrepreneurship Network (NEN), Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) and Maharashtra Economic Development Corporation (MEDC) for active industry-institute interaction where TCET has been felicitated by CII-Education Excellence Forum for enhancing Industry Connect, Employability and Faculty Competency.
Today, Technical Education (TE) is the unified knowledge of technology, management, craft and art with the backbone of applied science and mathematics. Therefore, it has seen the evolutionary change compatible with the needs and demands of 21st Century. TE in 21′ century specifically known as knowledge age requires the curriculum with the potential to nurture skills viz. problem solving, self learning, creativity, innovation, design thinking, decision makingto meet the challenges of Global society. Moreover, lifelong learning, engagement and balance out the personal, professional and social life can be the prime concern of TE. It can be achieved by developing active research culture in the educational campus and sharing of research outcomes at various research forums to bring the visibility in an actual world. To strengthen this culture, the institute can facilitate the extensions to encourage research oriented learning activities like ABL, PBL and TBL. It is an opportunity for institute to develop networking with well-known research laboratories and renowned national and international institutes. With active participation of stakeholders, research dimensions can be enhanced. Furthermore, institutes can create avenues for developing research culture and become self-reliant. The outcome of the research will be utilized for strengthening the institutional curriculum, campus Research and Development and industry linkages. This will lead to enhanced job opportunities and promotion of self-employment among potential graduates. The active research culture can be brought by involving all stakeholders particularly researchers, scholars, faculty and budding technocrats.
To broaden the perspectives of research culture, Thakur College of Engineering and Technology (TCET) has envisaged in providing a common platform in the form of conferences and workshops. Hence, in 2010 the first edition of conference, ICWET started its journey to provide research aptitude among all stakeholders. Being a yearly event since 2010, the conference expanded its dimensions in the year 2013 with its second edition, Multicon-W with an objective to meet the plethora of domain expectations. In the current year, TCET is hosting 10th conference in a row and has planned four conferences and three workshops under Multicon-W2019. During the long journey of one decade of Multicon-W, we have seen the growth of participation from outside India to make it widely known among the researchers and technocrats. The current year conference is committed to build and increase the trust and belief further in the upcoming years. Around 3000 participants and delegates are expected to attend the two days’ programme. Research and technical papers are to be published in the conference and Multicon-W proceedings. Workshops will be conducted intending to promote ABL, PBL and TBL based education. TCET is also going to assist the authors to publish their papers in UGC approved journals through Multicon-W
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