The K. J. Somaiya College of Engineering was established in 1983 at Somaiya, Vidyavihar. It offers 4-year bachelors degree courses in five diverse departments. KJSCE is an Autonomous college affiliated to the University of Mumbai and is recognized by the All India Council for Technical Education. The college hosts three huge festivals: Abhiyantriki, Skream, and Symphony.
Abhiyantriki is the annual technical festival of K.J. Somaiya College of Engineering. Previously, organizations like DRDO, BARC, ISRO, DAE have participated in the fest along with prominent personalities such as the late Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, R Chidambaram, Abhas Mitra etc. It is a culmination of the brightest young minds coming in to compete in the various technical activities that take place during the two day long celebration.
With the motto ‘Service before Self' the Indian Army is one of the world’s most powerful armed forces. And in synergy with Abhiyantriki, the impossible becomes a reality. Technology only observed in works of fiction become a reality here, as the Indian Army brings in their best, from weapons seen in an Arnold Schwarzenegger movie to firepower unheard of!
  • Abhiyantriki introduced as an individual, standalone festival of technical grandeur and pomp.
  • Funds collected this year were all donated for the rehabilitation of the flood struck Bihar and Abhiyantriki rose in popularity with extensive media coverage.
  • KJSCE marks 25 years since its inauguration, and the closing ceremony of Abhiyantriki was ornamented by the presence of late Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam.
  • The maiden year for Start-up and Auto Expo, Abhiyantriki this year also encompassed Rohit Suri, the Jaguar India CEO as one of the keynote speakers.
  • Abhiyantriki extended by a day, now was a two-day long fest with its flagship event being a technical exhibition presided over by ISRO.
  • Attending to the likes of DRDO, DAE and BARC, Abhiyantriki garnered a running footfall of over 15,000 for the first time in its history!
The social initiative of K.J. Somaiya College of engineering, named Parvaah, works each year with a purpose of providing to the underprivileged and oppressed. This time around, Parvaah is on a mission to establish a “Zero Waste Community,” wherein constant efforts are being made for reducing, reusing and recycling the waste generated and contributing back to the society.
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