"Moulding Engineers Who Can Build The Nation"
CRCE will be a center of Excellence in Engineering Education, moulding engineers with state-of-the art technologies, innovative skills and human values matching with the growing expectations of the corporates and the society and thus play an effective role in nation building.
Create an excellent scholastic ambience for students and faculty, by providing facilities with state-of-the-art technologies and continuously updating based on the needs of user organizations.Attract, develop and retain teaching faculty of academic excellence, dedication and commitment.Design the academic administration system to ensure effective teaching - learning process facilitating participation from students and teachers and enabling continuous improvement through evaluation and feed back.Provide avenues for holistic development of students to become competent engineers with interpersonal skills, leadership qualities and social concern.
Maintain economic discipline, continuously work for optimal utilization of resources and resource generation through consultancy to make quality education affordable. Every body in the organization to be a role model for integrity, upholding ethical values, fairness and transparency in all dealings.
Fr. Conceicao Rodrigues College of Engineering (CRCE) was established in 1984 as part of Fr. Agnel Technical Complex at Bandra, Mumbai by the Society of St. Xavier Pilar, a public and charitable trust.
The College of Engineering is named after one of its founding father, Reverent Fr. Conceicao Rodrigues who was a rare visionary and freedom fighter possessed with unbounded energy and resoluteness of purpose. Under the inspiration of this charismatic founder, the Agnel Fathers (the trustees of St. Francis Xavier Pilar) realized that their contribution to the process of nation building would be through the spread of facilities for technical education and accordingly acquired experience in providing technical education facilities through the establishment of Technical Educational complexes in different part of country - Bandra (Mumbai), Vashi (Navi Mimbai), Verna (Goa), New Delhi, Noida, Pune, and Ambarnath (Thane). Each unit imparts technical education at various levels - skilled trades, technicians, and engineers.
Beginning with an orphanage (Bal Bhuvan) and a trade school in carpentary, the Agnel Ashram (set up in 1957 at Bandra, Mumbai) has today grown into a full fledged Technical Complex with Industrial Training Institute, Polytechnic, and Engineering College, along with a school (Kinder Garden to 12th Standard).
Though Fr. Rodrigues did not live long enough to see his dream come true in the form of College of Engineering at Bandra, the clearance for this college had just been obtained days before his sudden demise in 1984. The college today proudly bears his name as a fitting tribute to his impassioned faith in highly qualified and fully trained engineers and technicians in the service of the nation. The visionary principles on which the institution was founded have been nurtured and fostered in succeeding years and continue to guide the functioning of the college even today.
The College is named after its founder Late Rev. Fr. Conceicao Rodrigues. The College was started with only one course Production Engineering with intake capacity of 60 students. Three years later, in 1987, course in Electronics Engineering was started with intake capacity of 60 students. In 1991, course in Computer Engineering was started with intake capacity of 60 students. In 2000, the intake capacity of Computer Engineering Course was doubled. In 2001, the course in Information technology was started with intake capacity of 30 students.
|1||Fr. Alarico Carvalho||Chairman|
|2||Fr. Peter D'Souza||Vice Chairman|
|3||Fr. Valerian D'Souza||Secretary|
|4||Fr. Bento Rodrigues||Treasurer|
|5||Fr. Saturnino Almeida||Member|
|Sr.No||Name||Nominee of||Designation||1||Rev. Fr. Alarico Carvalho||Chairman of the Society||Chairman||2||Rev. Fr. Valerian D'Souza||Management Nominee||Director||3||Dr. S.M. Khot||Management Nominee||Principal - Fr. CRIT, Vashi||4||Dr. Amit Dutta||AICTE||WRO, AICTE||5||Mr. P.N. Jumle||Board of Apprenticeship||Director, Board of Apprenticeship & Training||6||Dr. Alam Shaikh||Vice Chancellor, MU||Principal - Padmabhushan Vasantdada Patil COE.||7||Dr. Abhay Wagh||DTE, Maharashtra||Director, DTE, Maharashtra||8||Dr. R.S. Iyer||Maharashtra Government||Director, S.P. Jain Institute of Management & Ex-Principal - Fr. CRCE||9||Dr. Srija Unnikrishnan||Principal, Fr. CRCE||Member - Secretary||10||Dr. Bhushan T. Patil||Faculty Member||Professor, Department of Production Engg., Fr. CRCE.||11||Dr. Hemant M. Khanolkar||Faculty Member||Assistant Professor, Department of Humanities & Science, Fr. CRCE.||12||Dr. Jaideep Devare||Management||Alumni & Managing Director, Mahindra Insurance Brokers Ltd.||13||Mr. S.C. Bhargava||Management||Executive Vice President, Electrical & Automation Division, L&T Ltd.|
College Development Committee:
Constituted in accordance with ‘Maharashtra Public Universities Act 2016
|1||Rev. Fr. Alarico Carvalho||Chairperson of the Management|
|2||Rev. Fr. Valerian D'Souza||Secretary of the Management|
|3||Dr. Deepak V. Bhoir||HOD - Nominated by the Principal|
|4||Mrs. Sundary Prabavathy||Teaching Staff Representative|
|5||Dr. Sunil K. Surve||Teaching Staff Representative|
|6||Mrs. Garima Tripathi||Teaching Staff Representative|
|7||Mr. C. Leo Mascarenhas||Non-Teaching Staff Representative|
|8||Dr. Shubha Pandit||Local member from the field of Education|
|9||Mr. James Maslamani||Local member from the field of Industry|
|10||Dr. Kushal Tuckley||Local member from the field of Research|
|11||Rev. Fr. Joe Pereira||Local member from the field of Social Service|
|12||Dr. Bhushan Patil||Co-ordinator, Internal Quality Assurance Committee|
|13||Mr. Jeremiah D’Souza||President, Students Council, Fr. CRCE|
|14||Mr. Ryan Furtado||Secretary, Students Council, Fr. CRCE|
|15||Dr. Srija Unnikrishnan||Principal|
Local Management Council:
|1||Rev. Fr. Peter D'Souza||Local Superior|
|2||Rev. Fr. Valerian D'Souza||Director|
|3||Dr. Srija Unnikrishnan||Principal, Fr.C.R.C.E.|
|4||Mr. T.V. Narayanan||I/C Principal of Polytechnic|
|5||Mr. Richard Castelino||Asst. Financial Contr.|
|1||Dr. Srija Unnikrishnan||Principal|
|2||Mr. D.S.S. Sudhakar||HOD, Production Engg.|
|3||Dr. Deepak V. Bhoir||HOD, Electronics Engg.|
|4||Dr. Sunil K. Surve||HOD, Computer Engineering|
|5||Ms. Jagruti K. Save||HOD, Information Technology|
|6||Ms. Sundary Prabavathy||HOD, Humanities & Science|
|7||Mr. Mahesh Sharma||Systems Manager & Placement Officer|
|8||Dr. Vijay S. Bilolikar||Dean, Students Affairs|
|9||Dr. Bhushan Patil||Dean, Research & Development|
|10||Dr. Sapna Prabhu||Dean, Academics|
|11||Dr. Vedavyasrao S. Jorapur||Examination Cell Incharge|
|12||Mr. Chandrashekhar Shetty||Registrar|
Fr. Conceicao Rodrigues college of Engineering (Fr. CRCE) will be a center of Excellence in Engineering Education, moulding engineers with state-of-the art technologies, innovative skills and human values matching with the growing expectations of the corporate and the society, thus playing an effective role in nation building.
Our College was established in 1984 as part of Fr. Agnel Technical Complex at Bandra, Mumbai by the Society of St. Xavier Pilar and is named after its founder late Rev. Fr. Conceicao Rodrigues. The college is affiliated to University of Mumbai and has acquired a good reputation, among corporate and pear academic institutions, for its academic standards.
The college is located at Bandstand, Bandra in a picturesque environment surrounded by Arabian Sea. The college works towards its vision with experienced and dedicated staff, well equipped laboratories, extensive computing facilities with campus wide network. The management with a resolve to serve the mankind is proactive and committed to technical education. The focus is on holistic development of students with the right balance of academics, co-curricular and extra-curricular activities with emphasis on human values and social concern.
The college offers under-graduate programmes in Production Engineering, Electronics Engineering, Computer Engineering and Information Technology, post-graduate programmes in Mechanical Engineering (CAD-CAM with Robotics) and Electronics Engineering and doctoral programmes in Electronics Engineering and Mechanical Engineering.
The impressive public image of the college is reflected in the preference shown by the students seeking admission to this college. The placement record also shows the confidence of the corporate houses in the academic standard of the college. Starting from the first batch, our students are being recruited by reputed organizations. The feedback from recruiting companies has been positive and extremely encouraging.
Many of our students go for post-graduate studies to reputed universities in India and abroad, either immediately after graduating or after acquiring some work experience. The trend towards entrepreneurship is slowly but steadily catching up.
Fr. CRCE is one of the educational institutions run by the SOCIETY OF ST. FRANCIS XAVIER, PILAR, INDIA duly registered under the Societies Registration Act XXI of 1860, with registration No. Bom 13/1959 GB BSD dated 7th February 1959. The Society is also registered under the Bombay Public Trust Act 1950, with the Number in the Register of Public Trusts as F-741 (BOM) dated 31st March 1960.
The affairs of the institution are managed by the Governing council and a decentralized, participative, well delegated system as indicated below:
- The Engineering College is managed by a "Governing Council" duly constituted as per AICTE norms. The Governing Council meets twice in a year.
- Further, the College has a "Local Management Committee" constituted as per the guidelines of Mumbai University which also meets twice in a year.
- The local management council meets, on an average, once in a month.
- Capital expenditure, equipment purchase, staff matters, etc. are finalized with the approval of "Executitive Committee" consisting of the Chairman of Governing Council, Director, Financial Controller, Advisors and Principal. The committee meets at least twice a month.
A well delegated, democratic and transparent system has been developed and followed facilitating decision making to ensure academic excellence through participation and involvement of all staff members. Staff members are involved as individual capacity and also as members of various committees listed below:
|1||Laboratory Development, Equipment Purchase||HOD, Concerned Faculty member, Expert||As per purchase procedure|
|2||Selection of Lab Assistant||HOD||As member of Selection Committee|
|3||Academic Calendar & Time Table||Faculty Members||Time Table Committee|
|4||Extra Curricular Activities||Faculty Members & Students||Organized & managed by respective committee|
|5||Technical Activities & Professional Bodies||Faculty Members & Students||All activities are managed by respective Committees|
|6||Library Management||Librarian & Faculty Members||Members of the Library Committee|
|7||Staff Structure, Budgetary, Planning, Review of Academic progress||Faculty members & Non-teaching staff||As members of the College Development Committee|
|8||Alumni Activities||Faculty & Student Council representative||As members of Alumni Committee|
|9||Institute-Industry Interaction & Projects||Faculty & Technical Assistants||Resource Person / Co-ordinator|
|10||Academic programme monitoring||Deans & Class Teachers||IQAC Resource Person|
|11||Academic admistration||Dean Academic & Faculty members||Planning & Implementation|
|12||Tests, Examinations & Result Declaration||Academic & Support Staff||As per Exam Process Handbook|