Originally, the institute was founded in the year 1936 as a “Trade School“ with the objective of turning out artisans in some
industrial arts and crafts. A major re-organisation in its curriculum took place in the year 1944, as a result of which few more
Trades and Certificate courses were started and a Technical High School was also opened. In 1958, a three year State
Diploma course in Civil Engineering was started.
From the academic year 1984-85, the Management started the M.H. Saboo Siddik College of Engineering with three
specialized B.E. courses in (i) Construction Engg, (ii) Production Engineering, and (iii) Industrial Engienering affiliated to
the University of Mumbai with an intake of 60 students in each course, which is the most magnificent event and a landmark
in the history of the Institution.
From the academic year 1985-86, the Management started a degree course in Automobile
Engineering and distributed the intake capacity of 60 students of Industrial Engineering equally (i.e. 30 each) to the
Industrial Engineering and Automobile Engineering. From June 1986, the Management started a degree in Electronics
with 30 intake capacity in place of degree course in Industrial Engineering. The intake of 30 in Electronics Engineering was
increased to 60 from the year 1990. The College also started B.E. course in Information Technology, initially with an intake
of 30 seats from academic year 2001-2002.
A brief Historic Synopsis is as follows:
M.H. SABOO SIDDIK COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING is a Unit of M.H. Institute of Engg. & Technology affiliated to University of Mumbai and approved by AICTE.
The Institute was declared open on 22nd April, 1936 by His Excellency the right honourable Lord Brabourne, the then Governor of Bombay.
Dr. Raja Ramanna, the great Indian scientist visit the College on 9th April, 2001.
Shri Anil Kakodkar, Chairman, Atomic Energy visited the College in 2005.