About TSEC

College Profile

Established in 1983, Thadomal Shahani Engineering College (TSEC), founded by Hyderabad (Sind) National Collegiate Board, is recognized by Government of Maharashtra, approved by All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) and Affiliated to University of Mumbai. It offers a 4-year Bachelor of Engineering (B.E.) Degree program in Artificial Intelligence and data Science, Information Technology, Computer Engineering, Electronics & Telecommunication and Chemical Engineering. The College offers Ph.D. program in the subject of Information Technology, Computer Engineering, and Electronics & Telecommunication. At present we are enrolled with 40 research Scholars.

TSEC is hugely successful in creating an academic ambience where learners increasingly succeed in unleashing their potential. The college hugely succeeds in placing graduating students in leading enterprises (more than 90 enterprises offer campus placement to our graduates) and facilitating them for higher studies in the Post Graduate program of choice, in India and abroad. The college historically performed to its fullest potential with best of class practises and emerged as the most sought-after engineering college in the city of Mumbai. It has emerged as a single point solution for the students and parents who are seeking professional education in the realm of engineering and our professionalism gets accentuated by enterprises in queue to roll out “offer appointments” to our graduating students.

We were keen on establishing quality systems and procedures in academic setting and eventually that led to accreditation of our programs by National Board of Accreditation in multiple cycles. We are having a system in place (Training and Placement Cell) to identify emerging / thrust areas in engineering and integrate in the course curriculum. We introduced courses like Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Deep Learning and Blockchain Technology in tandem with the University to be abreast with nascent technologies. TSEC follows a gender agnostic and all-inclusive academic ambience and practises where pupils thrive and emerge as productive entities over a period of four years of engagement.