M.H. Saboo Siddik College of Engineering

  • Name of the Institution : M.H. Saboo Siddik College of Engineering
  • Type of Institution : Engineering College
  • Location : Mumbai
  • OwnershipPrivate
  • Accreditation/ affiliation :University of Mumbai
  • Courses Offered : B.E.
  • Departments/ Branches : Automobile Engineering, Electronics Engineering, Civil Engineering, Computer Engineering, Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering, Information Technology, Mechanical Engineering
  • Admission Procedure : Submission of test (MH-CET/ AIEEE) scores along with application; Admission process occurs in the months of June and July; Selection based on rules set by the Directorate of Technical Education, Maharashtra
  • Campus Placements : Active Placement Cell
  • Fee Structure : Fixed by the Shikshan Shulka Samiti
  • Syllabi/ Curriculum : Semester system
  • Examinations & Results : MH-CET (Maharashtra Common Entrance Test) - held in the month of May;
    AIEEE (All India Engineering Entrance Examination) – held in the month of April
  • Eligibility CriteriaMinimum 50% marks in 12th standard board examination and in individual subjects Physics, Mathematics and Chemistry
  • Established in the Year : 1984-85
  • Website : http://mhsscoe.org/
  • Facts & Figures : This is a Muslim Minority Institution
  • Events :
    Inter branch sport competitions, inter college festivals, certificate courses and workshops

Established by Late Mohammed (son of Haji Saboo Siddik), the M.H. Saboo Siddik College of Engineering in Mumbai is an engineering institution for the Muslim minority. This institute earlier trained students to become industrial artisans, and later on concentrated on imparting technical knowledge in various fields of engineering. Monitored by the Anjuman-i-Islam, the courses provided in this college are Information Technology, Computer Engineering, Electronics Engineering, Automobile Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering and Mechanical Engineering. The institution has its base in a newly constructed G+5 building and houses a separate reading room for students. It also offers hostel accommodation to students.