Mind Assets: Empowering people with disabilities

Maitri Shah, Founder Mind Assets,  a startup incubated at Riidl, is making an impact in the lives of many.  Through her tech startup, Maitri, an alumnus of K J Somaiya College of Engineering provides online skill training and remote/in-office job opportunities to people with disabilities so that physical infrastructure is not a barrier to have a career.

Transcending Barriers

K J Somaiya College of Engineering hosted the  Wheelchair Cricket India and Para Wheelchair Cricket Association Maharashtra for an exhibition match as part of the inaguration of its annual sports event ‘ Skream’. This was the sixth year of the college’s national level annual sports festival ‘ Skream’.      K J Somaiya College of Engineering hosted students from over 200 institutes at the Somaiya Vidyavihar, Mumbai Campus. 

Interdisciplinary Innovation in healthcare

Each year students of K J Somaiya College of Engineering work closely with faculty mentors on projects that explore innovations in engineering for applications in automobiles to medicine. These projects introduce students to the application of engineering theories, build analytic skills and help students find their own future path.Three students from K J Somaiya College of Engineering, Chirag Shah (Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering); Abhishek Rai (Mechanical Engineering): Ninad Gund (Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering) and Shreyas Seshadri (Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering) are currently collaborating to develop Robo- Rehab, a smart rehabilitation device to be used in physiotherapy.