Leelavati Awhad Institute of Technology, Management Studies & Research (LAIT), Badlapur
Established in 2010, Leelavati Awhad Institute of Technology is about 5-6 km from Badlapur railway station (C. Rail). College buses are provided at 8.10 am for 1st year students & 9.10 am for 2nd year students from Badlapur station. Share-autos are also available to reach the college, and they charge only Rs.10.
The building is under construction but the interior of college is good. Class rooms are big. Computer labs are 'awesome', says one student. Mechanical & Electrical labs are also good. The library is nice and spacious with new sets of books for all the subjects. College is surrounded by trees & mountains, which are pleasing to the eyes. As the building is not yet completely ready, students hope that it would look nice from the outside as well.
Rs. 55,000/ year
Most of the professors are freshers who have just finished their B.E. But they are very co-operative with every student. Overall all teachers here are good.
Crowd here is decent. However boys greatly outnumber the girls, which is pretty normal in engineering.
It's very strict here.75% attendance is compulsory for the first year otherwise parents are called to the college to warn about their ward's attendance. For the 2nd year it's lenient.
It's located behind the college building. It’s small with very few items on the menu card. Lunch is also available at the break time.
There are no hangouts near the college except the hills around the college. When students bunk lectures they directly go back home.
Till now not even a single festival or cultural day has taken place here, but that is pardonable - this is a brand new college.
The first batch is yet to come out and nothing can be commented on the placements till then.
Leelavati Awhad Institute of Technology and Management Studies and Research
Opp Gajanan Maharaj Temple,
Kanhor, Badlapur West
Ta. Ambarnath, Dist. Thane - 421503
Phone: (0251) 2665001
Leelavati Awhad Institute of Technology and Management is still a new college with most of the campus yet to come up and expecting wonders at this stage would only be foolishness. Distance is another deterrent factor for those living in the Western Suburbs and South Mumbai.