The Watumull Institute of Electronics Engineering and Computer Technology is an engineering college in Worli.It has been approved by the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE)
WIEECT was established in 1980 as post graduate three year integrated engineering diploma which later converted to degree B.Sc.(Tech) for B.Sc.(Physics/Maths/Electronics) student. Since 1984 this institute produced excellent technocrats who created WIEECT's identity in top notch industries in India and abroad.
From year 2002 onwards WIEECT offers a four year bachelor of engineering courses in Computer, Electronics & Telecommunication, Bio-medical and Instrumentation streams. Its active student community hosts branches of several professional societies including IEEE, CSI, IETE, ISA etc.
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