• Ph.D. (E&TC), from Govt. College, S.G.G.S. Nanded
  • M.Tech.(Microwave) from Goverment College of Engineering Pune
  • Life Member of ISTE
  • Worked as Head of Department for more than 26 yrs in Engg. College.
  • Has Served as a Research Coordinator & IEEE Branch Counsellor.
  • He has been instrumental in S.P. Pune University’s prestigious Research & Innovation Council, “AVISHKAR”.
  • He has published several research papers in National & International Conferences/ Journals, Authored Book for Technical Competitive Examinations and has patents to his credit.

Greetings and Welcome to ISB&M School of Technology (ISB&M SOT)!!!

I welcome all dear students and stakeholders to ISB&M School of Technology, Nande, Pune. It’s my pleasure and proud to announce that ISB&M SOT has been Accredited by NAAC with B++grade in the year 2019. (The National Assessment and Accreditation Council - NAAC is an organisation that assesses and accredits higher education Institutions in India. It is an autonomous body funded by University Grants Commission of Government of India). The Institute is established to create world-class technical professionals and leaders to reform an inclusive and sustainable society in National and International perspective. To achieve this, we have Undergraduate Engineering Degree Courses that allow students to fully develop their Professional Skills to face the ever changing social, economic and technical landscape of world.

Indian youth have an unprecedented opportunity before them. We are aiming to foster an environment for the empowerment of Indian youth. As India moves progressively towards becoming a ‘knowledge economy’ it becomes increasingly important that Professionals/Engineers focus on advancement of skills. Gone are the days when a B.Tech degree from the university with a traditional prescribed curriculum was sufficient to get a job. In the present day, knowledge economy and fast changing technical contours, university curriculum coupled with re-added programs & certified add on course are need of the hour to bridge the gap between industry and the academia. To succeed in an era of globalization, rapid changes and fierce competition, engineers must therefore possess a diversity of skills and must meet the market’s requirements.