SMEClabs is the research, development and training wing of SMEC, an ISO 9001:2008 certified global solution provider and the Authorized System Integrator of Schneider Electric, VAF, Kangrim boilers, Bosch Rexroth, DEIF, VARD, STX OSV Europe.We are in the field of Oil and Gas, Industrial and marine sector works since 2001. Our primary aim is to provide students and graduates a platform to build their career in core industries and establish themselves as Professional Engineers. We Stand out from various other training institutes by providing 100% JOB ORIENTED TRAINING.We believe that a strong practical knowledge and conceptual clarity are the keys to a successful Engineer. We provide our student’s hands-on experience in latest cutting edge technologies and our experienced teaching staffs, consisting of service engineers from various engineering fields, ensures that the students get both conceptual clarity and an idea about the real-life industrial situations.
Ameya Group was established in 1995 under the guidance of Mr. Vijay S. Mallya, the Group Chairman. Ameya Group is active in several fields like construction, infotainment, resorts etc. acret was founded in OCTOBER 2010 with the sole aim & purpose to convey practical knowledge in the field of Embedded System & Robotics which is one of the most emerging fields in India and all over the world. Dr. M.G.Bhatia M.Sc. (Electronics), Ph.D. (from Mumbai University) has a wealth of experience in the educational field including teaching and research. He was an Associate Professor & Head of the Physics Dept from Bhavan’s College , Andheri (West) He has more than three decades of glorious career in teaching and has taught at various levels, including Post Graduate(M.Sc.),, Post Diploma, PG Diploma and DOE B level courses. He was also a member of Board of Studies in Physics and a member of ad-hoc committee for B.Sc. Computer Science, at University of Mumbai. He has successfully completed three Research projects and published/presented several research papers. Our current exam oriented education and passive learning methods are failing to meet the industry standards and practical skills amongst students. This is particularly true in the field of electronics, which has seen rapid changes. Active industry interaction to add employability skills is missing in today’s education system. Survey by HR professionals in many MNCs in India revealed that a very less percentage of engineering graduates with a suitable degree are actually competent and employable in their area of study.