Shri Vile Parle Kelavani Mandal’s (SVKM) Dwarkadas J. Sanghvi College of Engineering (DJSCE), was established in the year 1994. In the span of 23 years, DJSCE has come a long way and has made its impact felt not only in the country, but also abroad. The college runs 8 undergraduate programmes, 3 post graduate programmes and 3 Ph. D courses, affiliated to the University of Mumbai. All the programs are accredited by National Board of Accreditation. Our students have performed exceedingly well in national and globally competent multinational companies and also in the universities in India and abroad as they pursue their higher education.
The favourable location of the institute in the heart of Mumbai along with state-of-the-art facilities and distinguished faculty has been a nurturing ground for students of high academic capabilities. 18,019 sq. meters (1,91,914 sq. feet) of spacious classrooms, well-equipped laboratories and workshops, new age computer facilities and a well-stocked library provide a stimulating educational environment within the College. The College has attracted qualified and experienced faculty members with more additions in the years to come. Continuing with the commitment of providing students with better infrastructural facilities; the College has been adding new equipments and furniture. These continued efforts of the parent trust, the faculty and the students with an 'A' grade certificate from the Directorate of Technical Education, Maharashtra State. DJSCE is also consistently rated amongst the top 100 Engineering Colleges of our country by various ranking institutions.
Students of the college, continue to bag top positions in the merit list - retaining the status of the college amongst Maharashtra’s premier colleges. The college is consistently rated amongst the top two colleges (often achieving first position) in the academic results at the 1st year examinations (Sem. I & II) of the University of Mumbai. The College has always been able to attract various reputed recruiters for campus placement. In the academic year 2016-17, 79 recruiters visited their campus for placement.