Institute of Chemical Technology, Mumbai, is spread over 16 acres. It offers state of the art infrastructural facilities to students. The institute is equipped with a library, classrooms, hostel, sports complex, etc. Further details about the ICT Mumbai campus are mentioned below.
Hostel: There are about 855 dormitory lodging spots available for ICT students. The ICT Mumbai hostel features a well-equipped gym and play area with sports equipment for indoor and outdoor activities. The total number of seats available for new admissions is around 200 per year, including all undergraduates, master's, and doctoral students. Only bonafide students of ICT are entitled to hostel admission.
Hostel Mess: ICT Mumbai has a mess that runs on a no-loss and no profit basis under the supervision of the warden in charge.
Library: The ICT Mumbai library serves as an academic and a research library, serving the information needs of in-house students, faculty, academic and research community in general. Chemical Engineering, Chemical Sciences, Chemical Technology, Pharmacy, and related subjects have specialised collections. The library has a large collection of old classic books and bound volumes. More than 500 electronic journals are currently available. Reaxys, Sci-Finder, Scopus, Web of Science, and other databases are available. Libsys, a library management programme, is used to computerise the library. It is a hybrid library with the best collection of paper and digital documents. E-ShodhSindhu Consortium is also a member of the library.
Information Processing Centre: The ICT Mumbai infrastructure has an Information Processing Centre (IPC) with dedicated servers for intranet connectivity, the email server for providing email access, the proxy server for internet connectivity, and the vighnahar server for windows-based applications. Students have access to computers using NIS authentication and NFS Homeserver. IPC also has two laptops and one LCD projector available for seminars and workshops.
Animal House: The ICT Mumbai facilities include an animal house that meets the needs of students working on projects for master's and PhD degrees. The college also supports the pharmaceutical industry and academic institutes globally for PK-PD correlation, bio-distribution, metabolic interaction and toxicity studies as per national and international guidelines.
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Anupama | Bachelor of Technology [B.Tech] (Food Technology), batch of 2022
Reviewed on May 16, 2019
Hostels are really good. As compared to other hostels in Mumbai and even in the area we have the best accommodation options. Fees are INR 25,000-27,000 per year. PG the rent varies from INR 10,000-50,000 in this area. College food is pretty good. Not bad. Infrastructure wise college is really good with all the basic necessities
Sarda | Bachelor of Engineering [BE] (Chemical Engineering), batch of 2019
Reviewed on May 17, 2018
There are 5 hostels. Out of which 3 for boys and 2 for girls. Mess food is good. Classrooms have a wifi network and good infrastructure. The library is really good with free wifi access.
Shivani | , batch of 2019
Reviewed on Jun 22, 2017
Apurva | Bachelor of Technology [B.Tech] (Textile Technology), batch of 2019
Reviewed on Jun 21, 2017
Abusaif | Bachelor of Engineering [BE] (Chemical Engineering), batch of 2019
Reviewed on Jun 21, 2017