Maharashtra State Board of Technical Education

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Maharashtra State Board of Technical Education
FormationAugust 1963; 56 years ago (1963-08)
TypeAutonomous Board of Education
HeadquartersMumbai, India
  • 49, Kherwadi, Bandra East, Mumbai 400 051
Official language

The Maharashtra State Board of Technical Education (MSBTE) is an autonomous board of education in the state of Maharashtra, India. It designs and implements diploma, post diploma and advanced diploma programs to affiliated institutions. The board was established in 1963 to cater the increasing needs of affiliated institutions and their students.[1]


The establishment of a separate board responsible for higher education dates back to 1963. Before the country's independence for British Raj, diploma courses in Engineering and Technology were provided institutions like the College of Engineering, Pune, Veermata Jijabai Technological Institute, Mumbai, Cusrow Wadia Institute of Technology, Pune and Government Polytechnic, Nagpur. A Directorate of Technical Education was set up in 1948 to control technical education in all levels. As industrial development increased, the demand for diploma courses also did, and the government established a separate Board of Technical Examinations in August 1963. It was later renamed to Maharashtra State Board of Technical Education and given an autonomous status in 1999.[2]

MSBTE conduct Summer and Winter Exams every six months. The Summer exams are held during April/May Month and Winter exams are held during November/December month.

Affiliated Institutes[edit]

All polytechnic institutes in the maharashtra are affiliated to MSBTE, out of which 43 are Government Polytechnic institutes. A total of 26 institutes are affiliated to the board for the academic year 2013-2014.[3]

  1. Government Polytechnic,Ramwadi,Pen
  2. Government Polytechnic, Mumbai
  3. M.H. Saboo Siddik, Byculla, Mumbai
  4. Shah and Anchor Kutchhi Polytechnic, Chembur, Mumbai
  5. V.E.S. Polytechnic, Chembur, Mumbai
  6. Government Polytechnic, Pune
  7. Vidya Prasarak Mandals Polytechnic, Thane
  8. Cusrow Wadia Institute of Technology, Pune
  9. Walchand College of Engineering, Sangli
  10. Government Polytechnic, Karad
  11. Government Polytechnic, Kolhapur
  12. Institute of Civil and Rural Engineering, Gargoti
  13. Government Polytechnic, Ratnagiri
  14. Government Polytechnic, Solapur
  15. P.L. Government Polytechnic, Latur
  16. Government Polytechnic, Dhule
  17. Government Polytechnic, Jalgaon
  18. Government Polytechnic, Aurangabad
  19. Government Polytechnic, Nanded
  20. Government Polytechnic, Khamgaon.
  21. St John college of engineering and technology palghar
  22. SSVPS College of Engineering and Polytechnic, Dhule
  23. Mandar Education Society, Maharashtra
  24. Sandip Polytechnic, Nashik
  25. VIVA College of Diploma Engg. & Tech., Virar
  26. Shree Shankar Narayan Education Trust,Pravin Patil College of Diploma Engg. & Technology, Bhayinder(E) Western Rly

Important Links[edit]


  1. ^ Maharashtra State Board of Technical Education. "About MSBTE". Retrieved 16 May 2014.
  2. ^ Directorate of Technical Education, Maharashtra State. "Present Status of Technical Education". Directorate of Technical Education, Maharashtra State. Retrieved 16 May 2014.
  3. ^ MSBTE. "Institute Search For Year 2013". Retrieved 16 May 2014.