Other facilities


It is annual magazine of VJTI which has rich legacy of more the 50 years. Nirmaan provide strong platform to students of the Institute to show their literary, artistic skills as well as covers all the important events happening in college through year.

The Gymkhana Group

The gymkhana is concerned with sports, both outdoor and indoor. There are playgrounds for cricket, football, volleyball and a tennis court. At the end of the academic year, the gymkhana group organizes a sports day.


The Institute has five Maharashtra EME COY NCC units to provide NCC training to the students. The NCC cadets are sent for military training as well as to the various all India trekking and leadership camps.

Complaints Committee

The Institute has set up a committee for redressal of complaints of sexual harassment and violence against women in the Institute.

Counseling Committee

The Institute has a counseling committee for the students. The members of the committee help the students to deal with difficult situations, academic or otherwise.

The Social Group

With a view to encourage the overall development of the students, the institute has constituted Social Group with all the degree as well diploma students as it members. The social Group organizes extracurricular activities like dramatics, debates, exhibitions, lectures by well known personalities etc. At the end of the academic year, it organizes the Annual Social in which various entertainment programs are presented by the students. It also organizes intercollegiate competitions during the year.

Cooperative Stores

The institute runs a cooperative store which is located on the ground floor of the main building. It sells stationary, folders, instrument-boxes, calculators, floppies, tool-sets, drafting equipment and other tools and supplies required by the students. The store is open on all weekdays from 9:30 am to 4:00 pm

Institute Canteen

The canteen is situated near the quadrangle and is open on all the five working days. It offers a variety of food-items to students at subsidized rates.