M. H. Saboo Siddik College of Engineering - History - Chronology


1900 - 1950

  • 1908: The donor, Janab Haji Saboo Siddik Sahab, bequeaths a large sum of money.
  • 1933: Foundation stone of the institute for trade course laid.
  • 1936: The institute declared open by His Excellency Honorable Right Lord Brabourne (Governor of Bombay) on 22 April 1936.
  • 1945: The first non-government Technical High School of its kind in the Bombay Province is established.
  • 1946: Anjuman-I-Islam, Mumbai assumes control of the management.

1950 - 1970

  • 1956: The Adabi Printing Press is established.
  • 1958: Institute becomes a polytechnic starting a civil engineering course only.
  • 1962: Craftsman Training and other certificate courses introduced.
  • 1963: Diploma courses in Mechanical Engineering & Electrical Engineering introduced.
  • 1975: Jr. College (Technical) established.
  • 1978: Jr. College (Vocational) established.

1980 - 2000

  • 1981: Diploma Courses in Industrial Electronics started.
  • 1982: Short-term-job oriented courses introduced.
  • 1983: Part-time (evening) Diploma Courses in Civil, Mechanical and Electrical Engineering started.
  • 1984: M.H. Saboo Siddik of Engineering with construction, Production and Industrial Engineering Courses started.
  • 1985: Degree Courses in Automobile Engineering is introduced.
  • 1986: Degree Course in Electronics Engineering is introduced replacing Industrial Engineering, and Gen. Civil Engineering in Jr. College introduced.
  • 1987: Part – Time (Evening) Diploma Course in Industrial Electronics started. Diploma courses in Computer Engineering started.
  • 1989: Certificate course in Computer Operation and Architectural Draughtsman introduced.
  • 1991: Certificate course in Construction Supervision started.
  • 1992: Post Diploma Course in Computer Maintenance introduced.
  • 1994: Three year part-time Diploma Course in Interior Designing & Decoration converted into two years full-time Diploma Course.
  • 1995: Community Polytechnics Scheme (under central Government) covering the rural areas, such as Manor, Padhga, Nala Sopara and Thane started.
  • 1998: Diploma Courses in Marine Engineering introduced.
  • 1999: Increase in intake in Automobile Engineering Degree Course form 30 to 60 and Computer Engineering introduced with 40 intake.
  • 2000: Increase in intake in Automobile Engineering Degree Course from 40 to 60 and Degree Course in Information Technology introduced with an intake of 30 seats.

2001 onwards

  • 2003: Awarded ‘A’ Grade Status by the government of Maharashtra.
  • 2003: Automobile and Production Engineering branches accredited by the National Board of Accreditation(NBA), AICTE, New Delhi.
  • 2007: Production Engineering converted into Mechanical Engineering by AICTE, New Delhi.

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