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Accreditation is a process of quality assurance whereby a programme in an approved Institution is critically appraised to verify that the programme meets the standards prescribed by the regulatory bodies. Accreditation ensures excellence in the learning experience for students, strengthens employers’ confidence in the degrees granted by the institution and helps institutions to continually strive for improvement. In India, there are three national level bodies namely the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) and the National Board of Accreditation (NBA). All programs of MPSTME are approved by the AICTE. Further, NMIMS deemed-to be University is accredited by NAAC with 3.59 CGPA and Grade A+ in the 3rd cycle (Mumbai Campus). Additionally, Bachelor of Technology programs of IT and EXTC are accredited by NBA since 2014.





MPSTME’s B.Tech. programs receive prestigious ABET Accreditation, USA-"The Global Gold Standard for Quality Assurance in Technical Education”
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ABET accreditation is a form of quality assurance for programs in the areas of applied and natural science, computing, engineering, and engineering technology. ABET accreditation is recognized globally as evidence that a program meets the standards set by its technical profession.

ABET accreditation is voluntary, and to date, 4,144 programs at 812 colleges and universities in 32 countries have received ABET accreditation.

AICTE (All India Council for Technical Education):


To regulate/ facilitate in an organized manner, the Technical Institutions in maintaining quality, to follow the norms in consistent with the ideals of AICTE and further to create an enabling environment for the Technical Institutions to become high quality Institutions, AICTE, in exercise of powers conferred under sub section (1) of Section 23 read with Sections 10 and 11 of the All India Council for Technical Education Act, 1987, approves institutions.

All programs of MPSTME are approved by AICTE.


NAAC (National Assessment and Accreditation Council):



Education plays a vital role in the development of any nation. Therefore, there is a premium on both quantity (increased access) and quality (relevance and excellence of academic programs offered) of higher education. The NAAC has been set up to facilitate the volunteering institutions to assess their performance vis-a-vis set parameters through introspection and a process that provides space for participation of the institution.


NMIMS deemed-to be University Accredited by NAAC with 3.59 CGPA and Grade A+ in the 3rd cycle (Mumbai Campus)

NBA (National Board of Accreditation):



NBA came into existence as an independent autonomous body with effect from 7th January 2010 with the objectives of assurance of quality and relevance to technical education, especially of the programs in professional and technical disciplines, i.e., Engineering and Technology, Management, Architecture, Pharmacy and Hotel Management and Catering Technology, through the mechanism of accreditation of programs offered by technical institutions. The Memorandum of Association and Rules of NBA were amended in April 2013, to make it completely independent of AICTE, administratively as well as financially. The NBA conducts evaluation of programs of technical institutes on the basis of laid down norms. This may include, but not limited to institutional missions and objectives, organization and governance, infrastructure facilities, quality of teaching and learning, curriculum design and review, support services (library, laboratory, instrumentation, computer facilities, etc.) and any other aspect as decided by the General Council and / or Executive Committee of NBA, which will help the graduates produced by the institutions as per industry requirements.

Bachelor of Technology programs of IT and EXTC are accredited by NBA since 2014.

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