Mumbai Educational Trust (MET) for Pharmacy, Bandra
Mumbai Educational Trust (MET) is located right opposite Mumbai’s most expensive hospital, Leelavati, in Bandra. It’s a 10 minute rickshaw ride from Bandra Railway Station. BEST bus frequency is quite okay.
The pharmacy department is situated on the 4th floor of this building while the other floors are dedicated to the MBA department. The classrooms are pretty decent and have one sitter benches. Apart from the AC classrooms and labs, there are projectors in all the lecture rooms. Labs are excellently maintained and well equipped too.
The college also has a basketball court, tennis court and a huge playground. Moreover, there is a music room on the 5th floor, where you can pick up an instrument and start jamming.
‘If the first year faculty is good, then second year is better’, quoted by one of the students. Good English communication and experienced professors gives a ‘thumbs up’ to the teaching department of pharmacy in MET.
Mumbai Educational Trust for Pharmacy is quite strict in terms of attendance. Students have to maintain 75% compulsorily. If they fall short of the attendance, the portion is doubled for periodic tests. For extremely low attendance, parents get a phone call and are often seen in the Principal’s office.
The pharmacy crowd in MET is quite balanced as they participate in extra-curricular activities and perform exceedingly well in academics. Most of the students are from the local city Mumbai, while you hardly see any ambitious student coming from different states of India. On a whole, girls outdo the number of boys in class strength.
There are a number of hangouts very close to the college. Candies is one of the favourites thanks to its location. Sai Sagar nearby even gives a discount to IES students!
The college has one common canteen for Pharmacy and MBA students. In spite of that, it is quite spacious as the lunch breaks are strategically timed. The food is decent and quite affordable. Spring Dosa is a speciality of the MET canteen.
MET 'Utsav' which is held in the last week of October which is huge and a common festival for both the departments. 'Lumiere' is a festival of pharmacy held in January.
None! Most of the students go for Post Graduate degree (M.Pharm) while a few try for off campus laboratories.
Mumbai Educational Trust for Pharmacy
MET Complex, Bandra Reclamation,
Bandra (West), Mumbai - 400 050,
Tel: +91 22 - 2644 0446
It is an average college and should be considered only if you miss out on good college of Pharmacy.