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Message from the Chancellor I am delighted to learn that I. K. Gujral Punjab Technical University
Message from the Chancellor I am delighted to learn that I. K. Gujral Punjab Technical University
Message from the Chancellor I am delighted to learn that I. K. Gujral Punjab Technical University
Message from the Chancellor I am delighted to learn that I. K. Gujral Punjab Technical University

Message from the Chancellor

  • I am delighted to learn that I. K. Gujral Punjab Technical University has

successfully completed its previous academic year and is stepping into next one. I am happy to see the University moving persistently towards achievement of its educational mission.

IKGPTU deems it necessary to foster the innate capability of every student by turning it into actuality. So, keeping the interest of students at the forefront, it has taken various praiseworthy initiatives like development of industry ready curricula for various courses, expansion of modernized research infrastructure, online Public Grievance Portal, catering to the technical and professional needs of working professionals through Distance Education, an exposure of International industrial training and placement of students in various Public Sector Units and private industries.

IKGPTU is playing a vital role in development of India and especially in state of Punjab through its remarkable role in the fields of technical education and skill development. I acknowledge the sincere efforts and dedication put in by the team of IKGPTU in the successful achievement of its objectives.

  • I hope and wish that the students, faculty and staff of I. K. Gujral Punjab

Technical University will be able to meet all the challenges of human development in the days to come and will go on their way to reach new landmarks in different fields of technical education.

Message from the Chancellor I am delighted to learn that I. K. Gujral Punjab Technical University

Sh. V. P. Singh Badnore

His Excellency, Governor of Punjab

Message from the Hon’ble Chief Minister Punjab It gives me immense pleasure to note that I.

Message from the Hon’ble Chief Minister Punjab

It gives me immense pleasure to note that I. K. Gujral Punjab Technical University is bringing out its ‘Admission Brochure’ for the academic session 2017-18, to provide requisite information to the candidates interested in seeking admissions in various courses offered by the University.

There is a tremendous potential of technical education in the State as Punjab being an agrarian state had already reached a point of saturation and industrialization is the only solution to combat the problem of

unemployment among the youth. It is incumbent on the part of IKGPTU to

provide the best technical education to our students so as to enable them not only to compete globally with their counterparts but also secure gainful employment in our country.

In view of rapidly growing industrial sector, this technical University has played a pivotal role in providing skilled manpower as well as enhancing industrial output not only in state but at the national level also.

I am apprised that I. K. Gujral Punjab Technical University through its main and constituent campuses has been producing technocrats for the past several years to cater the needs of industrial sector, which is highly appreciable.

I send my best wishes to aspiring students and IKGPTU for success.

Message from the Hon’ble Chief Minister Punjab It gives me immense pleasure to note that I.
Message from the Hon’ble Chief Minister Punjab It gives me immense pleasure to note that I.
Message from the Hon’ble Chief Minister Punjab It gives me immense pleasure to note that I.
Message from the Hon’ble Chief Minister Punjab It gives me immense pleasure to note that I.

Captain Amarinder Singh

Hon’ble Chief Minister, Punjab

Message from the Technical Education Minister At the outset, I would like to congratulate all the

Message from the Technical Education Minister

At the outset, I would like to congratulate all the students, faculty and staff of I. K. Gujral Punjab Technical University for a successful completion of the previous academic year and stepping into the next one. From a modest beginning in year 1997, the growth of the IKGPTU over the last few years has been praiseworthy.

With the Right to Education turning into a reality, the major challenge that confronts us is of higher education. Our concentrated effort should

be to ensure an access to good quality higher technical education to

every student. This is where IKGPTU is playing a key role. It has become a professional doorway where learning is not just a series of instructions but a passion, which goes beyond books and learning horizons.

The University has taken a great leap forward in past few years in the direction of refining the necessary skills of students, their attitudes and aptitude towards corporate placement through development of industry oriented curricula, establishment of finishing schools, collaborations with national and international institutes/universities for training and placements. I appreciate the dedication and hard work of team IKGPTU.

My best wishes to all the students of the University for their bright future ahead!

Message from the Technical Education Minister At the outset, I would like to congratulate all the
Message from the Technical Education Minister At the outset, I would like to congratulate all the
Message from the Technical Education Minister At the outset, I would like to congratulate all the
Message from the Technical Education Minister At the outset, I would like to congratulate all the

Sh. Charanjit Singh Channi

Hon’ble Minister of Technical Education & Industrial Training, Punjab

Message from the Vice Chancellor

Dear Students!

I would like to congratulate all of you for choosing I.K.G. Punjab Technical University as an associate in making your academic and professional dreams come true. The University has been established with a vision to develop a distinctive system of education that enhances the application and significance of higher technical education in the state of Punjab and in rest of the country.

Today, IKGPTU has become a university with a global outlook by making a difference in delivery of education in a wide range of disciplines including Engineering, Management, Pharmaceuticals and Architecture. We firmly believe that right academic environment is the chief requisite of an excellent educational model. So, we strive to create a self-sufficient and independent ambience to make our students capable and effective in any part of the world and socially responsible.

Message from the Vice Chancellor Dear Students! I would like to congratulate all of you for

Through our state-of-the-art academic and research infrastructure, application oriented pedagogy, highly qualified and dedicated faculty, industry oriented curricula, industrial tie ups for training and employability, we endeavor to look beyond the traditional patterns of learning and strive to achieve a level benchmarked with the best.

I welcome you to share the learning experience that IKGPTU provides and to be a part of its voyage towards excellence and self-attainment.

My best wishes to you for a commendable and happy life ahead!

Message from the Vice Chancellor Dear Students! I would like to congratulate all of you for

Sh. Kahan Singh Pannu

IAS

Message from the Vice Chancellor Dear Students! I would like to congratulate all of you for
Message from the Vice Chancellor Dear Students! I would like to congratulate all of you for
Message from the Vice Chancellor Dear Students! I would like to congratulate all of you for
Message from the Dean I am very happy that our esteemed University is going to start
Message from the Dean I am very happy that our esteemed University is going to start
Message from the Dean I am very happy that our esteemed University is going to start
Message from the Dean I am very happy that our esteemed University is going to start
Message from the Dean I am very happy that our esteemed University is going to start
Message from the Dean I am very happy that our esteemed University is going to start

Message from the Dean

I am very happy that our esteemed University is going to start the admission process of the academic session 2017- 18. I would like to congratulate all the students, faculty and staff of IKG

Punjab Technical University for entering into another year of academic and professional pursuits. In a couple of years, the University has come out with flying colors and has made tremendous growth in the field of technical education. With a humble beginning, IKGPTU has today become a name to reckon with.

The foundation of a healthy society rests upon its healthy education system. No doubt, our country has made tremendous progress in the field of education which is ubiquitous in form of various world class technical and management Universities and institutes. However, this pace of progress needs to come up to the level of developments in other fields like Industry,

Agriculture, Defense etc.

with various national and International Universities/Institutes, development of finishing schools and incubation centers to promote skill development and entrepreneurship and outstanding support to the students and affiliated colleges through its online University portals are indeed praiseworthy.

To bring its academics at par with norms of UGC, the apex body of higher education in the country, the University has introduced various revolutionary and positive changes in its academic system from the session 2016-17.The implementation of Choice Based Credit System, modifications and improvements in teaching schemes and curriculums of various courses are a few to mention.

  • I congratulate the team IKGPTU for

this assiduous task and hope that the University shall continue to rise higher and higher in the academic world in

future.

We need to transform our education as per the changing global and economic

scenario. One can see that in more recent

times, outsourcing of R&D talent in India by global industries has been significant. IKGPTU is serving as a milestone in

fulfilling our dream of making the state

of Punjab as one amongst the best states in the domain of technical education.

Various initiatives undertaken by the

University in the field of technical

education such as development of its own academic campus, providing industry oriented programs with updated curricula,

organization of faculty development

programs, tie-ups with industries for training and placement of students, academic & research collaborations

I

welcome

all

the

students

who

are

aspiring to join IKGPTU and pray for their

bright future.

My greetings and best wishes to all!

Message from the Dean I am very happy that our esteemed University is going to start

Dr. N. P. Singh

Dean (Planning & External Programmes) - Cum - Chief Coordinator Admissions

(2017-18)

Table of Contents

Our University

2

Achievements of Our University

4

Academic MoUs with different National / International Institutions

5

Courses offered at IKGPTU Main Campus during Academic Session 2017-18

6

Chief Minister Scholarship Scheme

8

Admission Guidelines

10

Course Fee Structure

12

University Faculty Highlights

14

Faculty of Applied Sciences

15

Department of Physical Sciences

15

Department of Chemical Sciences

17

Department of Mathematical Sciences

19

Faculty of Engineering & Technology

20

Department of Civil Engineering

20

Department of Computer Science & Engineering

21

Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering

22

Department of Electrical Engineering

23

Department of Food Engineering

24

Department of Mechanical Engineering

26

Faculty of Management Studies

27

Department of Management

27

Faculty of Media & Mass Communication

29

Department of Journalism and Mass Communication 29

Centre for Excellence

31

International Resource Centre for Universal Human Values and Ethics

31

Publication Bureau

33

Resource and Development Centre for Language & Translation Studies

33

Corporate Relations & Alumni Office

34

Campus Life

35

Our Students Activities

36

Our Students Achievements

38

University Library

39

Hostel Accommodation

40

Sports Facilities & Cafeteria

41

Transportation Facilities

42

IKGPTU’s Constituent Campuses

43

Amritsar Campus

44

Batala Campus

45

Bhikhiwind Campus

46

Dinanagar Campus

47

Hoshiarpur Campus

48

Khunimajra Campus

49

Department of Foreign Languages, Mohali Campus

50

Admission Inquiry

Table of Contents Our University 2 Achievements of Our University 4 Academic MoUs with different National
Table of Contents Our University 2 Achievements of Our University 4 Academic MoUs with different National
Table of Contents Our University 2 Achievements of Our University 4 Academic MoUs with different National
Table of Contents Our University 2 Achievements of Our University 4 Academic MoUs with different National
Table of Contents Our University 2 Achievements of Our University 4 Academic MoUs with different National

Our University

I. K. Gujral Punjab Technical University formally known as Punjab Technical University was established in the year 1997 under The Punjab Technical University Act, 1996 (Punjab Act No.1 of 1997) for the advancement of technical education and development thereof in the State of Punjab and for matters connected therewith. In pursuance of this Act, the University started its journey with 09 engineering colleges and few management colleges affiliated to it. Since then the University has come a long way and at present the University has under its administration, 121 AICTE and 65 UGC institutes affiliated with it.

University has achieved a major milestone by starting teaching and research program on its campus and becoming a multi-faculty institution offering courses in Engineering, Applied Sciences, Management, Human Values & Professional Ethics.

186 Affiliated Colleges 14 Regional Centres

  • 6 Constituent Institutes

University has taken new initiatives in technical education to provide latest trends in technology and has given an opportunity to students and faculty to interact with the technology leaders in the country including e-governance. It is well known that quality of education depends on the quality of teachers and research inputs. In order to provide opportunity to the faculties to improve their qualification and to introduce research activities, University has established 14 regional centres and 6 constituent institutes at various locations in Punjab. University also forms the bridge between the students and the industry in order to help the students in job placements. Also, the University helps the industry in Research & Development through its various programmes under Confederation of Indian Industry (CII).

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I.K. Gujral Punjab Technical University is continuously striving for the overall improvement in the quality of education and to ensure that the courses offered remain relevant to the society and useful to the students in the globalized work environment. Though knowledge and skills are the key factors in increasing the employability and competitive edge of students in the emerging global scenario, an environment of economic growth and opportunity is necessary to promote the demand for trained and professional manpower.

University is participating actively in the process of technological growth and development in shaping human resources of the state of Punjab for economic development of the nation.

Salient Features

The University has 78.16 acres of land with covered area more than 5.0 lac square feet.

State-of-the-art laboratories and air conditioned class- rooms

Wi-Fi campus with leased line Internet facility.

Newly furnished hostel accommodation

Modern cafeteria & central library

Transportation facilities

Academic support to approx. 1.5 lakh students (including 1,500 plus international students from 30 plus countries) enrolled in 186 affiliated institutes.

Short term courses in foreign language for enhancing employability of students.

Human Values & Professional Ethics course for all students, in collaboration with NRCVEE, IIT Delhi and IIIT Hyderabad.

Periodic restructuring and updating of the courses to match International stan- dards in consultation with the help of Industrialists / R&D / Academia.

Access to e-journals in differ- ent subjects.

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Achievements of Our University

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Academic MoUs with different National / International Institutions

The University has signed MoUs with following Universities / Organizations / Institutions for the acceptability of courses at global level:-

  • 1. San Jose University, U.S.A

  • 2. Dongguk University, Korea

  • 3. Canadian Education Consultancy Services, Canada

  • 4. Tribhuvan University, Nepal

  • 5. Royal University of Bhutan, Bhutan

  • 6. Thompson Rivers University, Canada

  • 7. Swinburne University of Technology, Australia

  • 8. National Taipai University of Technology, Taiwan

Academic MoUs with different National / International Institutions The University has signed MoUs with following Universities
Academic MoUs with different National / International Institutions The University has signed MoUs with following Universities
Academic MoUs with different National / International Institutions The University has signed MoUs with following Universities
Academic MoUs with different National / International Institutions The University has signed MoUs with following Universities
Academic MoUs with different National / International Institutions The University has signed MoUs with following Universities
Academic MoUs with different National / International Institutions The University has signed MoUs with following Universities

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Courses offered at IKGPTU Main Campus during Academic Session 2017-18

Undergraduate Courses

S. No.

Name of Department

Courses Offered

Intake

1.

Civil Engineering

  • B. Tech. - Civil Engineering

45

2.

Computer Science & Engineering

  • B. Tech. - Computer Science & Engineering

45

3.

Electrical Engineering

  • B. Tech. - Electrical Engineering

45

4.

Electronics & Communication Engineering

  • B. Tech. - Electronics & Communication Engineering

45

5.

Mechanical Engineering

  • B. Tech. - Mechanical Engineering

45

6.

Architecture

  • B. Urban Planning

40

7.

Architecture

  • B. Architecture #

30

# Subject to approval from COA

Post Graduate Courses

S. No.

Name of Department

Courses Offered

Intake

1.

Computer Science & Engineering

  • M. Tech. - Computer Science & Engineering

25

2.

Electrical Engineering

  • M. Tech. - Electrical Engg. (Power System)

25

3.

Electronics & Comm. Engineering

M. Tech. - ECE (Wireless Communication Engineering)

25

4.

Mechanical Engineering

  • M. Tech. - Mechanical Engineering (Manufacturing Engineering)

25

5.

Food Engineering

  • M. Sc. - Food Science & Technology

25

6.

Chemical Sciences

  • M. Sc. - Chemistry

25

7.

Physical Sciences

  • M. Sc. - Physics

25

8.

Mathematical Sciences

  • M. Sc. – Mathematics

25

9.

Journalism & Mass Communication

M.A. - Journalism and Mass Communication

25

 
  • 10. Management

MBA

60

 
  • 11. Architecture

  • M. Architecture

20

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Courses offered at IKG PTU Main Campus during Academic Session 2017-18

Research Programs (PhD)

S. No.

Name of Department offering PhD Program

1.

Computer Science & Engineering

2.

Electrical Engineering

3.

Electronics & Communication Engineering

4.

Mechanical Engineering

5.

Chemical Sciences

6.

Physical Sciences

7.

Mathematical Sciences

8.

Journalism & Mass Communication

9.

Management

10.

Architecture

Admission to PhD Program

The admission in PhD programme will be done through Entrance Test. The entrance test for admission to PhD programme will be conducted once a year in the month of June / July.

All candidates admitted to the PhD programme shall be required to complete the Pre PhD course work prescribed by the concerned Department of IKGPTU.

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Chief Minister Scholarship Scheme

The scholarship shall be offered to the students under “Chief Minister Scholarship Scheme” as per the following:

B. Tech

  • 1. Category A

JEE Rank

Scholarship

Rank 50,000

Full Fee (Excluding Hostel Charges)

50,000< Rank <= 1 Lakh

Full Tuition Fee

1 Lakh < Rank 1.5 Lakh

Half Tuition Fee

  • 2. Category B

For Each Branch: Top 6 as per merit given by the respective Board – Full Tuition Fee (The candidate must have appeared in JEE Exam)

  • 3. Category C

All University / Board topper – Full Tuition Fee

M. Tech

  • 1. Category A – Gate qualified: Scholarship as per AICTE / UGC norms will be provided by the University.

  • 2. Category B – Full Tuition Fee to the Merit holders as declared by the respective University.

  • 3. Category C – Full Tuition Fee to all University / Board Topper.

M.Sc. (Chemistry / Physics / Mathematics / Food Science & Technology) and M. A. (Journalism and Mass Communication)

  • 1. Full Tuition Fee to the Merit holders as declared by the respective University.

  • 2. 50% Tuition Fee to the candidate who has secure more than 70% marks in the qualifying examination.

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MBA

S. No.

MERIT

Scholarship

 

1.

Any National level test qualified (CAT / MAT / CMAT / XAT etc.) and University / Board Gold Medallist in qualifying exam

Full Tuition Fee

 

2.

Any National level test qualified (CAT / MAT / CMAT / XAT etc.) and more than 70% in qualifying exam

50% Tuition Fee

The scholarship conditions for the student to carry forward in future:

 

1.

He / She must clear all previous semesters.

2.

Minimum 7 SGPA in each semester.

3.

A student can avail only one scholarship at a time.

4.

He / She can avail scholarship on the basis of appropriate / good conduct throughout the session.

MBA S. No. MERIT Scholarship 1. Any National level test qualified (CAT / MAT / CMAT

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Admission Guidelines

Admission Criteria and Procedure for AICTE Courses

Admissions to all the AICTE courses shall be made through Centralized Counseling to be conducted by the University.

Eligibility Criteria

The eligibility criteria for admission to B. Tech., B.Tech.(LEET), B. Arch., M. Tech., M. Arch. and MBA courses shall be same as notified by Punjab Government.

Reservation

The reservation of seats shall be as per Punjab Government, Department of Technical Education and Industrial Training.

Procedure for admission to AICTE courses

• Admissions to all the courses shall be made through Centralized Counseling being conducted by IKGPTU on behalf of Government of Punjab.

• The eligibility, procedure, reservations, fee to be charged and all other conditions notified by Government of Punjab for the session 2017-18 shall be applicable for admission to the courses at IKGPTU Main Campus and Constituent Campuses.

• The

information

about

the

eligibility

for

admission

to

different

courses

and

reservation

of

seats

for

various

categories shall be made available by I. K. Gujral Punjab Technical University, Jalandhar on website

www.ptuadmissions.nic.in, www.ptu.ac.in, www.maincampus.ptu.ac.in.

• There shall be two rounds of centralized counseling by I.K. Gujral Punjab Technical University, Jalandhar. The counseling schedule shall be as notified by IKGPTU & shall be available on its website. Thereafter the direct admissions at the level of University & Constituent Campuses shall be made for vacant seats.

• To fill the vacant seats in University Main Campus & Constituent Campuses expeditiously after 1st round of counseling, parallel registration of eligible candidates for admission shall be done. All such candidates registered directly through online portal for admission to IKGPTU shall be entitled for admission only if seats remain vacant after 2nd round of Centralized counseling. • For MBA course, both CMAT and non-CMAT candidates are eligible to apply and will be allowed to register for admission.

• After following above said procedure, if still the seats remain vacant in reserve category, the University will fill these from candi- dates belonging to general category in subsequent step at the end of counseling.

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Admission Criteria and Procedure for Non-AICTE Courses

Admissions to all the Non-AICTE courses shall be made through Centralized counseling to be conducted by the University.

Eligibility Criteria

S. No.

Course

Eligibility

1.

  • M. Sc. - Physics

Passed B. Sc. with 50% marks having Physics as one of the subject in B. Sc. (45% in case of candidates belonging to SC/ST category)

2.

  • M. Sc. - Chemistry

Passed B. Sc. with 50% marks having Chemistry as one of the subject in B. Sc. (45% in case of candidates belonging to SC/ST category)

3.

  • M. Sc. - Mathematics

Passed B. Sc. with 50% marks having Mathematics as one of the subject in B. Sc. (45% in case of candidates belonging to SC/ST category)

4.

M.Sc. - Food Science & Technology

Bachelor of Science/Applied Science in any subject, B.Tech. in Food Technology/ Biotechnology/Sugar Technology/Sugar and Alcohol Technology/ Fermentation Technology/ Dairy technology or any other examination recognized equivalent thereto with at least 50% marks in aggregate.

5.

M.A. - Journalism and Mass Communication

All those candidates who have passed Graduation with 50% marks in any discipline (45% in case of candidates belonging to SC/ST category)

* I. K. Gujral Punjab Technical University Main Campus Conducts Entrance Examination for MBA, M.Sc. (Chemistry / Physics / Mathematics / Food Science & Technology) and M. A. (Journalism and Mass Communication). For submitting applications for entrance examinations, please log on to http://www.ptucampusadmission.org/ . For more information, please call 94789- 06231 or email at campusadmissions@ptu.ac.in

Reservation

The reservation of seats shall be as per Punjab Government, Department of Technical Education and Industrial Training.

Procedure for admission to Non-AICTE courses

Admissions to all the courses shall be made through Central Counseling being conducted by IKGPTU on behalf of Government of Punjab.

The eligibility, procedure, reservations, fee to be charged and all other conditions notified by Government of Punjab for the session 2017-18 shall be applicable for admission to the courses at IKGPTU Main Campus and Constituent Campuses.

The

information

about

the

eligibility

for

admission

to

different

courses

and

reservation

of

seats

for

various

categories shall be made available by I. K. Gujral Punjab Technical University, Jalandhar on website

www.ptuadmissions.nic.in, www.ptu.ac.in, www.maincampus.ptu.ac.in.

 

There shall be two rounds of centralized counseling by I.K. Gujral Punjab Technical University, Jalandhar. The counseling sched- ule shall be as notified by IKGPTU & shall be available on its website. Thereafter the direct admissions at the level of University & Constituent Campuses shall be made for vacant seats.

To fill the vacant seats in University Main Campus & Constituent Campuses expeditiously after 1st round of counseling, parallel registration of eligible candidates for admission shall be done. All such candidates registered directly through online portal for admission to IKGPTU shall be entitled for admission only if seats remain vacant after 2nd round of Centralized counseling.

After following above said procedure, if still the seats remain vacant in reserve category, the University will fill these from candi- dates belonging to general category in subsequent step at the end of counseling.

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Course Fee Structure

B.

Tech./B.Urban Planning

 

S.

No.

Content

1st Semester

2nd Semester

III/V/VII

IV/VI/VIII

1.

Tuition Fee

30,000.00

30,000.00

30,000.00

30,000.00

2.

Development Fund

4,300.00

4,300.00

4,300.00

4,300.00

3.

Student Related Fee

2,700.00

2,700.00

2,700.00

2,700.00

4.

Securities (Refundable)

8,000.00

     

5.

Other Fee

1,600.00

     

6.

University Related Fee

1,150.00

 

550.00

 
 

Total Fee

47,750.00

37,000.00

37,000.00

37,000.00

B.

Tech. (Lateral Entry)

 

S.

No.

Content

3rd Semester

4th Semester

V/VII

VI/VIII

1.

Tuition Fee

30,000.00

30,000.00

30,000.00

30,000.00

2.

Development Fund

4,300.00

4,300.00

4,300.00

4,300.00

3.

Student Related Fee

2,700.00

2,700.00

2,700.00

2,700.00

4.

Securities (Refundable)

8,000.00

     

5.

Other Fee

1,600.00

     

6.

University Related Fee

1,150.00

 

550.00

 
 

Total Fee

47,750.00

37,000.00

37,550.00

37,000.00

M.

Tech./M.Arch.

 

S.

No.

Content

1st Semester

2nd Semester

3rd Semester

4th Semester

1.

Admission Fee

5,000.00

     

2.

Tuition Fee

30,000.00

30,000.00

18,000.00

10,000.00

3.

Development Fund

4,000.00

4,000.00

4,000.00

4,000.00

4.

Securities (Refundable)

5,000.00

     

5.

University Related Fee

1,000.00

500.00

500.00

500.00

   

Total Fee

45,000.00

34,500.00

22,500.00

14,500.00

B.Arch.

 

S.

No.

Content

1st Semester

2nd Semester

III/V/VII/IX

IV/VI/VIII/X

1.

Tuition Fee

30,000.00

 

30,000.00

30,000.00

30,000.00

2.

Development Fund

4,300.00

 

4,300.00

4,300.00

4,300.00

3.

Student Related Fee

2,700.00

 

2,700.00

2,700.00

2,700.00

4.

Securities (Refundable)

8,000.00

     

5.

Other Fee

1,600.00

     

6.

University Related Fee

1,150.00

 

550.00

 
   

Total Fee

47,750.00

 

37,000

37,550.00

37,000.00

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MBA

S.

No.

Content

1st Semester

2nd Semester

3rd Semester

4th Semester

1.

Tuition Fee

30,000.00

30,000.00

30,000.00

30,000.00

2.

Development Fund

4,300.00

4,300.00

4,300.00

4,300.00

3.

Student Related Fee

2,700.00

2,700.00

2,700.00

2,700.00

4.

Securities (Refundable)

8,000.00

     

5.

Other Fee

1,600.00

     

6.

University Related Fee

1,150.00

 

550.00

 
 

Total Fee

47,750.00

37,000.00

37,550.00

37,000.00

M. Sc.

 

S.

No.

Content

1st Semester

2nd Semester

3rd Semester

4th Semester

1.

Admission Fee

1,000.00

     

2.

Tuition Fee

15,500.00

15,500.00

15,500.00

15,500.00

3.

Development Fund

1,250.00

1,250.00

1,250.00

1,250.00

4.

Securities (Refundable)

5,000.00

     

5.

Other Fee

1,975.00

1,975.00

1,975.00

1,975.00

6.

University Related Fee

1,150.00

 

1,150.00

 
 

Total Fee

25,875.00

18,725.00

19,875.00

18,725.00

M.A.

 

S.

No.

Content

1st Semester

2nd Semester

3rd Semester

4th Semester

1.

Admission Fee

1,000.00

     

2.

Tuition Fee

15,500.00

15,500.00

15,500.00

15,500.00

3.

Development Fund

1,250.00

1,250.00

1,250.00

1,250.00

4.

Securities (Refundable)

5,000.00

     

5.

Other Fee

1,975.00

1,975.00

1,975.00

1,975.00

6.

University Related Fee

1,150.00

 

1,150.00

 
 

Total Fee

25,875.00

18,725.00

19,875.00

18,725.00

Note: * Examination Fee of Rs. 700/- will be charged per semester in addition to above mentioned fee. * Fee is subject to change without prior intimation/notice.

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PhD Faculty at IKG PTU Campus

University Faculty Highlights

Enthusiasm and commitment to teaching are primary characteristics of our faculty. From Engineers to Scientists and Management experts, the faculty leaves no stone unturned to spark your curiosity and challenge you to grow. The University strives to prepare thoughtful leaders and entrepreneurs for the globalized world.

We are proud to have a lucrative combination of senior, expert faculty members as well as qualified, young, ener- getic and dedicated faculty. Apart from full time faculty, guest lectures are arranged from academics as well as Industry to complement the efforts of the Campus faculty.

Most of the faculty members are PhD holders.

The faculty has published research papers in reputed journals and presented their work in top conferences world over.

The faculty members have authored reference and text books with reputed publication houses.

Our faculty is a part of Editorial and Reviewer Board of Journals

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Faculty of Applied Sciences

Department of Physical Sciences

The Department offers Postgraduate and Research program in Physics. The Department has well equipped laboratories, which allows students to explore a variety of experiments, thereby helping them in understanding the fundamental aspects of the subject. A list of advanced elective courses in the Department offer a glimpse in the frontier areas of research and allow students to select a topic for one-year research project. The faculty in the Department is highly talented and motivated. The faculty uses latest technology and innovative methods for teaching. Faculty members are encouraged to participate in the National and International conferences/ workshops to update themselves in line with the latest developments in their research area and field of specialization.

• Nuclear Physics • Atomic and Molecular Physics • Computational Physics

Research Laboratories:

Computational Simulation Laboratory equipped with 3 powerful Workstations and 3 Computers of high configuration for theoretical studies simulations in diverse areas of Physics.

Course Offered

Course

Intake

Duration

M. Sc. - Physics

25

2 Years

Research Areas

• Theoretical Solid State Physics.

• Advanced Theoretical and Computational Physics for investigating Struc- tural, Electronics and Magnetic properties of Nano Materials.

Infrastructure

Post-Graduate Laboratories:

The Department has well equipped laboratories with latest equipment to conduct experiments in the following fields:

• Condensed Matter Physics • Advanced Electronics

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Projects undertaken by Faculty

Projects

Sanctioned

Funding Agency

Principal Investigator

Amount

Ab-initio investigation of catalytic effect of nanostructures on metal Hydrides

  • 11.46 Lakh

Department of Science and Technology

Dr. Hitesh Sharma

Tuning Graphene Nanostructures for Gas Sensor Applications

  • 26.10 Lakh

Council of Scientific & Industrial Research

Dr. Hitesh Sharma

Physico-chemical characterization of methyl oleate-methyl palmitate blend as a model system for Jatropha-Palm biodiesel.

  • 27 Lakh

Science and Engineering Research Board, New Delhi

Dr. Amit Sarin

To investigate the effect of deformation on nuclear dissipation.

  • 10 Lakh

IUAC, New Delhi

Dr. Maninder Kaur

Faculty Members

Name

Designation

Specialization

Professor N.P. Singh

Dean, Planning & External Programs

Materials Science, Renewable Energy and Radiation Physics

Dr. Amit Sarin (HOD)

Associate Professor

Renewable Energy and Materials Science

Dr. Hitesh Sharma

Assistant Professor

Condensed Matter Physics

Dr. Maninder Kaur

Assistant Professor

Experimental Nuclear Physics

Research Scholars

Name

Title of thesis

PhD Supervisor

Meetu Singh

Impact of radiations on the stability of fuels synthesized from oils

Dr. Amit Sarin

Surbhi

Optical, electrical and thermal characterization Ge-Sn-Se chalcogenide system

Dr. Amit Sarin

Amit Sethi

Thermal and optical characterization of Sn-Se-Te glasses doped with Sb and In

Dr. Amit Sarin

Meenakshi

Improving Energetics of Solid State Hydrogen Storage using Carbon Nanostructures using First Principle Calculations (Funded by DST)

Dr. Hitesh Sharma

Sandeep Kumar

Structural, Electronic & Transport properties of grapheme nanoribbons using DFT (Funded by CSIR)

Dr. Hitesh Sharma

Faculty Participation / Paper Presentation in Conferences

• Singh, N.P. (2016), presented paper at International Nanotechnology Conference & Expo, Baltimore, USA • Kaur,Maninder (2016),“Investigation of fusion-fission dynamics using ER gated neutron multiplicity and charged particles multiplicity as probes”presented at 61st DAE-BRNS Symposium on Nuclear Physics at Saha Institute of Nuclear Physics, Kolkata, India • Sharma, Hitesh (2015),attended “International symposium on Clusters and Nanoparticles”organized by ISCAN at VCU, Richmond, Virginia, USA • Sharma, Hitesh (2014), attended “Siesta and TranSiesta Tutorial”organized by CECAM at Tel Aviv University, Israel.

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Department of Chemical Sciences

Department of Chemical Sciences at IKGPTU strives to achieve excellence in research and teaching in Chemistry. The Department has well-furnished and centrally air conditioned laboratories. The laboratories are utilized for the day to day practical course work of the science students. The Department is well supported by the library possessing a vast variety of titles related to the different streams of Chemistry. The Department has its own book bank for catering the daily need of the students.

The faculty is well qualified and motivated with a strong commitment to research which is reflected in the sanctioned projects sponsored by the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Department of Science and Technology, Department of Atomic Energy, and many other organizations.

Course Offered

Research Laboratories:

The Department has two research laboratories, adequately equipped with state-of-art analytical facilities to carry out modern day research. High- tech instruments viz. FT-NMR, FT-IR, CHNS Analyser, LC-MS, GC-MS, HPLC, DTA/TGA, DSC, UV-visible spectrometer, Particle Size Analyser, Electrochemical work station etc. are going to be procured shortly.

Course

Intake

Duration

M. Sc. - Chemistry

25

2 Years

Research Areas

• Inorganic Chemistry (Analytical Chemistry, Biochemistry, Nanomaterials) • Molecular Recognition • Organic Chemistry (Organic Synthesis) • NMR methodology

• Environmental Chemistry.

Infrastructure

Post-Graduate Laboratories:

The Department has four post-graduation laboratories; one each dedicated for inorganic chemistry, organic chemistry and physical chemistry and one as instrumentation laboratory.

The Department has licensed versions of different scientific softwares to explore the problems in theoretical Chemistry and has online access for various journals of international repute.

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Projects undertaken by Faculty

Projects

Sanctioned

Funding Agency

Principal Investigator

Amount

Synthesis, cycloaddition biological evaluation and synthetic transformation of mono-/polycyclic b-lactams

Lakh

Department of Science and Technology (DST)

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Transition metal catalysed inter-/intramolecular

Lakh

of

  • 22 Research

Board

Dr. Gaurav Bhargava

cycloaddtion reactions of methylene

in

Nuclear

Sciences

&vincylcyclopropanes:synthesis of bi-/tricyclic systems”

(BRNS)

Faculty Members

Name

Designation

Specialization

Professor A.P. Singh

Dean, Research & Development

 

Physical Chemistry

Dr. Gaurav Bhargava (HOD)

Associate Professor

 

Organic Chemistry

Dr. Chander Parkash

Assistant Professor

 

Environmental Sciences

Dr. Vandana Naithani

Assistant Professor

 

Environmental Chemistry

Dr. Rupesh Kumar

Assistant Professor

 

Organic Chemistry

Dr. Roopa

Assistant Professor

 

Supramolecular Chemistry

Dr. Reshu Sanan

Assistant Professor

 

Physical / Analytical Chemistry

Research Scholars

Name

Title of thesis

Funding Agency

PhD Supervisor

Yogesh Kumar

Synthesis, Biological evaluation and Synthetic Trans- formations of Lactams

UGC

Dr. Gaurav Bhargava

Rayees Ahmad Naikoo

Synthesis of condensed carbo or hetrocycles using cyclopropanes and pyrimidinones

PTU / BRNS

Dr. Gaurav Bhargava

Priyanka Sharma

Some synthetic transformation of functionalized lactams and cyclopropanes

DST

Dr. Gaurav Bhargava

Maninderjeet Kaur

Synthesis and Synthetic transformation of function- alized lactams

PTU / BRNS

Dr. Gaurav Bhargava

Anudeep Kaur

Heavy metals load in Cancer patients and its relationship with environmental factors of Malwa region in Punjab (India)

UGC

Dr. Chander Prakash

Chetan Sharma

Fabrication of Apatite based electrolyte for solid oxide fuel cell.

UGC

Professor A.P. Singh

Faculty Participation / Paper Presentation in Conferences

• Parkash, C. (2014), “Heavy Metals Concentration in the hair of Cancer Patients living in the Malwa Region of Punjab, India” 8th International workshop of Advancements in Clinical Metal Toxicology held at Goa [co-authored with Blau- rock-Busch, E., Busch, Y.M., Friedle, A. and Kaur, A.]

• Naithani, Vandana (2013), “A Comparative Study of Clay Minerals of south-Western Region of Punjab, India” 2nd International Conference on Environment, Chemistry and Biology, Stockholm, Sweden, 107-113 [co-authored with Anirudh P.Singh]

• Sanan,Reshu (2013), “Electrochemical measurements of phenothiazine drugs in the presence of surface active ionic liquids” 3rd International Conference on Materials and Applications for Sensors and Transducers, ICMAST 2013, Prague, Czech Republic [co-authored with R.K. Mahajan].

• Roopa (2012), “Pentaquinone based Derivatives: Design, Synthesis and their Photophysical Properties” 3rd Inter- national Conference held at Seoul, South Korea [co-authored with Manoj Kumar]

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Department of Mathematical Sciences

Department of Mathematical Sciences is offering Post Graduate and Doctoral programs in Mathematics. A comprehensive curriculum has been designed to groom the students into qualitative scientific manpower. Elective subjects are provided to students enabling them to enhance math- ematical skills. Faculty members of the Department are highly talented and update themselves by active participation in National and International conferences.

Course Offered

Course

Intake

Duration

M. Sc. - Mathematics

25

2 Years

Research Areas

Mathematics including Seismology

• Wavelet Theory

• Numerical Analysis

• Information Theory

Projects undertaken by Faculty

Projects

Sanctioned

Funding Agency

Principal

Amount

Investigator

Waves in composite solid matrix saturated by multiple fluids

22 Lakh

Council of Scientific & Industrial Research

Dr. Ashish Arora

New Numerical Scheme for solving systems of ODEs

5 Lakh

TEQIP - II

Dr. Gurjinder Singh

Faculty Members

Name

Designation

Specialization

Dr. Ashish Arora (HOD)

Associate Professor

Continuum Mechanics

Dr. Rajesh Narula

Assistant Professor

Information Theory

Dr. Harpreet Kaur

Assistant Professor

Wavelet Theory

Dr. Gurjinder Singh

Assistant Professor

Numerical Analysis

Research Scholars

 

Name

Title of thesis

PhD Supervisor

Abhishek

Body waves in porous media

Dr. Ashish Arora

Neeru

Reflection amplitudes of seismic waves

Dr. Ashish Arora

Faculty Participation / Paper Presentation in Conferences

• Arora, Ashish (2016),attended “International Congress of Mathematics Education (ICME)” organized by International Mathematical Union at Hamburg, Germany

• Arora, Ashish (2014), attended “International Congress of Mathematicians (ICM)”organized by International Mathemat- ical Union at Seoul, South Korea

• Singh,Gurjinder (2014), “New L-stable scheme for stiff initial value problems of ODEs” presented at International conference on Recent Trends in Mathematical Analysis and its Applications at Department of Mathematics, held at Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee

• Singh,Gurjinder (2014),“New A-stable Scheme for initial value problems of ODEs” presented at International Confer- ence on Recent Advances in Engineering and Computational Sciences(IEEE) at UIET, Panjab University, Chandigarh.

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Faculty of Engineering & Technology

Department of Civil Engineering

The Department offers Graduation and Research program in Civil Engineering. The B. Tech. course in Civil Engineering emphasizes various aspects of construction, design and development of buildings, highways, Metro and Smart cities. Interactive teaching with on-site exposure is provided in order to enable the students to apply their knowledge learnt in the classroom to construction projects. Department regularly organizes guest lectures by experts from industry, academic & research institutions. Department encourages students to work for sustainable as well as smart development of society and nation.

Research Areas

• Structures

• Geotech

Infrastructure

Civil Engineering Laboratories:

• Environment

• Transportation

The Department is establishing laboratories in Concrete, Structural analysis, Geotech, Transportation and Survey as per University curriculum. The procurement of latest equipments such as Digital Compression testing machine of 2000KN capacity, Total Station and Digital Triaxial for soil are in pipeline.

Research Laboratories:

The Department is in the process of establishing Research cum Testing and Consultancy Lab with aim to provide quality services for technical problems to Government and Private agencies.

Course Offered

Course

Intake

Duration

B. Tech - Civil Engineering

45

4 Years

Faculty Members

Name

Designation

Specialization

Dr. Rajiv Chauhan (HOD)

Associate Professor

Geotech Engineering

Faculty Participation / Paper Presentation in Conferences

• Chauhan, Rajiv (2016), “Influence on compressive strength of HPC with use of slag aggregate” conference on Structural Engineering & Mechanical computations (SEMC), held at Cape town, South Africa,proceedings published by Taylor & Francis.

• Chauhan, Rajiv (2016), “Shake Table Tests on Sand Reinforced with Geocell for liquefaction Mitigation” presented at Amity University, Noida.

Academic Achievements by Faculty

Dr. Rajiv Chauhan worked on:

• Consultancy work: Third party auditor for Rs. 250 Crore for village development under Mukhya Mantri Gramin Vikas Yojna by PIDB in 2016.

• Developing Geotech lab under RUSA (Rashtriya Uchchatar Shiksha Abhiyan) grant worth 18 lakhs in 2014

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Department of Computer Science & Engineering

The Department offers B.Tech Computer Science & Engineering and M.Tech Computer Science & Engineering. The Computer Science students learn to develop and test various algorithms and problems in various domains. The Department provides exposure to emerging technologies.

The M.Tech. programme in Computer Science and Engineering imparts a breadth of advanced knowledge in various area of Computer Science. The first semester of the programme is aimed at providing breadth in CSE. The subsequent semesters aim at providing avenues for specializing in one or more streams within Computer Science. The programme includes advance courses in Computer Architecture, Algorithms, Networking, Databases, Distributed Computing and Computational Intelligence. The purpose of the programme is to generate human resources capable of supporting R & D activities in area like Image processing, Software Engineering, Cloud Computing, Network Security, Data Analytics etc. The Department also provides scholarship to GATE Qualified students.

Research Areas

Network Security • Cloud Computing

Infrastructure

• Computer Networks • Wireless Sensor Networks

• Big Data Analysis

The Department has state-of-the-art IBM Laboratory with a capacity of 50+ computer systems, LED TV, Projector, Online power backup. Licensed software like Microsoft Office, Symantec Norton Antivirus, Compiler, Qualnet simulator.

Course Offered

Course

Intake

Duration

B. Tech. - Computer Science & Engineering

45

  • 4 Years

M. Tech. - Computer Science & Engineering

25

  • 2 Years

Faculty Members

Name

Designation

Specialization

Dr. Monika Sachdeva (HOD)

Associate Professor

Network Security. Wireless Sensor Networks

Mr. Rajdeep Singh

Assistant Professor

Wireless sensor networks, Big Data Analysis

Mr. Dinesh Gupta

Assistant Professor

Big Data Analysis

Events Organized

• Workshop on “Cloud Computing & Social Network Analysis” (March 27 - 29, 2017) • Workshop on IOT (Internet of Things) • Workshop on NS-2 (Network Simulator Version 2). It is an open-source event-driven simulator designed specifically for research in computer communication networks • National Workshop on Big Data Analysis organized by IKGPTU & AICRAD Study Pvt. Ltd. (June 6 - 11, 2016) • Workshop on Cloud Computing organized by IKGPTU in collaboration with IIT-Bhubaneswar(October 31 - November 1, 2015)

Faculty Participation / Paper Presentation in Conferences

• Sachdeva, Monika (2012), “An Emulation Based DDoS Attacks on Web Computer and Communication Services during Flash Technology” presented at conference organized by IEEE at MNIT, Allahabad.

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Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering

The Department offers Undergraduate, Postgraduate and Doctoral Program in Electronics and Communication Engineering. The Department has dedicated PhD qualified Faculty having vast experience of conducting and guiding research in various sub-domains of Electronics and Communication for M. Tech. and PhD degrees. The Department enthusiastically facilitates the students and Research scholars in the latest research know-how and provides an exposure in this field and allied subjects. The Department has many publications in the reputed International & National Journals/Conferences and filed as well as granted Patents.

Course Offered

Course

Intake

Duration

B. Tech. Electronics & Communication Engineering

45

  • 4 Years

M. Tech. ECE (Wireless Communication Engineering)

25

  • 2 Years

Research Areas

• Soft Computing • Embedded Systems

Infrastructure

• Wireless Computing • Applied Soft Computing

• Optical Communication • Microwave Communication

• VLSI

To facilitate the students, establishment of a state-of-the-art Wireless Technologies Research Laboratory is in process for the exposure of the recent Wireless technologies.

Faculty Members

Name

Designation

Specialization

Dr. Avtar Singh Buttar (HOD)

Associate Professor

Wireless Communication, Soft Computing

Dr. Satvir Singh

Associate Professor

Applied Soft Computing & VLSI

Dr. Dalveer Kaur*

Assistant Professor

VLSI, Microwave and Wireless Communication

Dr. Rakesh

Assistant Professor

Optical and Wireless Communication

* Dr. Dalveer Kaur received ISTE Section Best Teacher Award 2013 during the ISTE Section Convention on July 26th – 27th, 2013

Patents Granted

Title of Invention

Patent Number/ Application No.

Inventor

A Device and Method to Control Headlights of Vehicles as per behavior of Eye Vision

Patent Number: 217743829/DEL/2003

Dr. Avtar Singh Buttar

A Solution Made Photodiode

1750/DEL/2004

Dr. Avtar Singh Buttar

A Solution Made Phototransistor

1857/DEL/2004

Dr. Avtar Singh Buttar

Wild Intelligence: A Novel Intelligence as Dog Group Wild Chase & Hunt Drive (DGWCHD)

1965/DEL/2008

Dr. Avtar Singh Buttar Dr. Ashok Kumar Goel Dr. Shakti Kumar

Research Scholars

Name

Title of Thesis

PhD Supervisor

Er. Shampal Singh

Wireless Technology - 5G

Dr. Avtar Singh Buttar, Dr. Dalveer Kaur

Er. Meenakshi Sansoy

Wireless Sensor Networks

Dr. Avtar Singh Buttar, Dr. Rakesh Goyal

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Faculty Participation / Paper Presentation in Conferences

• Singh, Satvir (2016), “Computational Intelligence based Metaheuistic for Energy-Efficient Routing in WSNs”, presented at IEEE World Congress on Computational Intelligence , Vancouver, Canada.

• Kaur, Dalveer (2015), “An efficient Hybrid Downlink BS Scheduler for WiMAX Network”, presented at IEEE Conference ICPC, Trivandrum.

• Buttar, Avtar Singh (2014), “ Evolving Novel Algorithm Based on Intellectual Behaviour of Wild Dog Group as Opti- mizer” presented at IEEE Symposium Series on Computational Intelligence at Orlando, Florida, USA.

• Buttar, Avtar Singh (2014), “Solving 55-Cell Benchmark Frequency Assignment Problem by Novel Nature Inspired Algorithm” presented at International Conference on Signal Processing and Integrated Networks (SPIN) at Amity University Noida.

Department of Electrical Engineering

The Department offers Undergraduate, Postgraduate and PhD programmes in Electrical Engineering. Well-equipped laboratories with state-of-the-art technology provide opportunities to students for hands on experience, thereby helping them in understanding the fundamental aspects of the subject; there are more such labs in the offing. Spacious air-conditioned classrooms and world- class infrastructure cater for an environment where students can learn independently as well as in a team. Our outcome based curriculum and experiential learning opportunities in state-of-art labs meet the emerging challenges that technical graduates face in the field. The extension lectures from experts, industrial visits, workshops, seminars and conferences are regular feature. The Department aims to create globally competent engineers with a professional outlook, top notch researchers and highly inspired techno-entrepreneurs.

The Department provides ample opportunities to students for their over-all growth and development. The research scholars are provided with independent space for experimental set up, access to leading international and national research journals, and simulation software.

The faculty members are well experienced in both research and teaching and focusing towards consultancy. The Department strives for faculty enrichment in this endeavor. They are encouraged to participate in Faculty Development Programs, National and International Conferences/Seminars, Workshops so that they are equipped with the latest developments in field of specialization.

Courses Offered

Course

Intake

Duration

B. Tech. Electrical Engineering

45

  • 4 Years

M. Tech. Electrical Engineering (Power System)

25

  • 2 Years

Research Areas

Power system optimization

• Renewable energy

Distributed generation

Power quality

• Bio dielectrics

• Solid and liquid dielectrics

• HVDC cable insulation

Infrastructure

• Condition monitoring of power equipment

Under Graduate Laboratories: General Electrical Laboratory, Semiconductor Laboratory Research Laboratories: Power systems computational Laboratory

Faculty Members

Name

Designation

Specialization

Dr. Yadwinder Singh Brar (HOD)

Professor

Power system operation & control

Er. Gagandeep Kaur

Associate Professor

Renewable energy, Distributed generation, Power quality

Dr. Jaspreet Singh Chahal

Assistant Professor

Dielectrics, HVDC cable insulation

 

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Name

Designation

Specialization

Dr. Deepika Bhalla *

Assistant Professor

Power equipment, Transformer condition monitoring, Artificial intelligence

* Dr. Deepika Bhalla received ISTE Section Best Teacher Award 2016 during the ISTE Section Convention.

Events Organized

• Workshop on “Advancements in Measuring Instruments” in association with Key Sight Technologies Ltd. (April 17, 2017) • FDP organized by the Department on “Modelling & Simulation of Engineering Systems” (January 9 - 15, 2017).

Faculty Participation / Paper Presentation in Conferences

• Dr Deepika Bhalla (2017), “NBA Awareness Workshop on Outcome Based Education and Accrediation” organized by IKG PTU and NBA, New Delhi at NITTTR, Chandigarh.

• Er. Gagandeep Kaur (2016), “Real Power Loss Reduction in Distribution Network through Distributed Generation Integration by Implementing SPSO” presented at IEEE International Conference on Electrical Power and Energy Systems at Maulana Azad NIT, Bhopal, MP, India.

• Dr. Y.S. Brar (2016), “Active and Reactive Power Dispatch using Predator Prey Optimization Approach” presented at IEEE 7th Indian International Conference on Power Electronics (IICPE 2016) at Thapar University, Patiala, Punjab.

• Er. Gagandeep Kaur (2016), “Optimization and Simulation of Smart Grid Distributed Generation: A Case Study of University Campus” presented at , Oshawa, Canada.

Department of Food Engineering

Department of Food Engineering is an industrial research promoting department at IKG-Punjab Technical University. Department is poised to serve the society by going in line with the policy of Government of India in the field of food processing and contributing towards economic development. IKG Punjab Technical University main campus offers a serene yet stimulating environment for students aspiring to do M.Sc. Food Science and Technology.

M.Sc. Food Science and Technology is an industry and research oriented interdisciplinary program.Department aims at attracting and training students in all aspects of research and development in Food Science and Technology area. The course emphasizes on various aspects of food processing, food preservation, food packaging, food quality and safety, relation between food and health and adding functionally to the food products.Teaching methodology includes Lectures, Tutorials, Journal Clubs, Seminar, Practical laboratory work and much more. Interactive experiential form of teaching is given great importance to enable the students to apply their knowledge learnt in the classroom into their practical life and jobs. Department regularly organizes guest lectures by experts from industry, academic & research institutions like Institute of Himalayan Bioresource Technology, Palampur, Sant Longowal Institute of Engineering & Technology, Longowal, National Agro-Food Biotechnology Institute, Mohali (NABI).

Courses Offered

Courses Offered

Intake

Duration

M.Sc. Food Science and Technology

25

2 Years

Eligibility

Bachelor of Science/Applied Science in any subject, B.Tech. in Food Technology/ Biotechnology/Sugar Technology/Sugar and Alcohol Technology/ Fermentation Technology/ Dairy technology or any other examination recognized equivalent thereto with at least 50% marks in aggregate.

Research Areas

• Extraction of bioactive components

• Functional food product development

• In vitro studies of different bioactive components towards chronic diseases

• In vivo studies of chronic diseases • Dehydration studies of different foods.

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Infrastructure

Research Laboratories:

The laboratories of the Depart- ment of Food Engineering is well equipped with instruments such as uv-spectrophotometer, rotary evaporator, vacuum oven, muffle furnace etc. for under- taking research projects. The laboratories of the department are being upgraded with instru- ments like HPLC, GC, Texture Profile Analyser, ELISA Reader and Sonicator etc. Department encourages students to partici- pate in subject conference and other scientific gatherings

Faculty Members

Name

Designation

Specialization

Dr. Rajneesh Kant Sachdev (HOD)

Associate Professor

Processing & Food Engineering

Dr. Shabir Sidhu

Assistant Professor

Functional Food and Nutraceuticals

Er. Barinderjit Singh

Assistant Professor

Food Technology

Er. Gazal Sharma

Assistant Professor

Biotechnology

Events Organized

• 7 day FDP organized by the Department on “Research Methods for Data Analysis for Engineers and Reserachers” (April 22-28,

2017))

Faculty Participation / Paper Presentation in Conferences

• Singh, Barinderjit(2016), “Diversity in Polyphenols among different Vigna Species” Food Processing for Sustainable Agriculture & Industry (ICFOST XXV), GNDU, Amritsar, 62-63 [co-authored with Narpinder Singh].

Academic Achievements & Awards by Faculty

• Singh, Barinderjit, Singh, Narpinder, Thakur, Sheetal and Kaur, Amritpal (2017), “Ultrasound assisted extraction of poly- phenols and their distribution in whole mung bean, hull and cotyledon”, published in Journal of Food Science and Technology (Springer), Volume 54, Issue 4, 921-932.

• Singh, Barinderjitand Singh, Narpinder(2016), “Optimization of Ultrasound- Assisted Extraction of Polyphenols from black gram and their Distribution in Different Milling Fractions”. Best paper award at Food Processing for Sustainable Agriculture & Industry (ICFOST XXV), GNDU, Amritsar.

• Goel, Charu, Singh, Barinderjit and Bhargava, Gaurav (2016), “Ultrasound assisted extraction of polyphenols from apple and their distribution in peel and pulp”. Best Paper award at Food Processing for Sustainable Agriculture & Industry (ICFOST XXV), GNDU, Amritsar.

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Department of Mechanical Engineering

The discipline of Mechanical Engineering involves the application of principles of engineering, physics, and material sciences for the design, analysis, manufacturing and maintenance of mechanical systems. It includes the design, production and operation of machinery. The Department of Mechanical Engineering has been designed keeping in mind the growing demand for specialized courses in the field of mechanical engineering upto the doctoral research level. The Department aims to produce quality professionals in the widest and the largest branch of engineering to compete globally and excel by carrying out basic and applied research in emerging areas by forging strong industry-academic interaction. The major strength of the Department is its experienced and enthusiastic teaching faculty and well supportive technical staff for laboratories. The Department is upcoming with advanced laboratories and centralized workshop that caters to the need of the entire Institute. The Department is also well equipped with computational facilities and resources both in terms of hardware and software.

Research Areas

• Heat Transfer • Alternative Energy resources

Courses Offered

• Corrosion Science & Engineering • Conventional & Non-Conventional Machining

• Modelling & Simulation • Rapid Prototyping

• Welding

Courses Offered

Intake

Duration

B. Tech. Mechanical Engineering

45

  • 4 Years

M. Tech. Mechanical Engineering (Manufacturing Engg.)

25

  • 2 Years

Projects undertaken by Faculty

Projects

Sanctioned Amount

Funding Agency

Principal Investigator

Study of Plasma Sprayed Coatings with Nano- structured Materials

  • 17.10 Lakh

A.I.C.T.E., New Delhi under NCP Scheme

Dr. Vikas Chawla

Modernization of CAD Lab

  • 11.00 Lakh

A.I.C.T.E., New Delhi

Dr. Neel Kanth Grover

MODROM grant for Yarn Manufacture Lab

  • 17.10 Lakh

A.I.C.T.E., New Delhi

Er. Reeti Pal Singh

Chief coordinator of Innovation and Entrepreneurship Development Centre (IEDC)

  • 13.30 Lakh

Department of Science and Technology (DST)

Dr. Jujhar Singh

Faculty Members

Name

Designation

Specialization

Dr. Vikas Chawla (HOD)

Professor

Protective Coatings & Surface Engineering, Friction Welding

Er. Reeti Pal Singh

Associate Professor

Textile Engineering

Dr. Neel Kanth Grover

Associate Professor

Heat Transfer, Modelling & Simulation

Dr. Deepak Kumar Goyal

Assistant Professor

Surface Engineering

Dr. Jujhar Singh

Assistant Professor

Manufacturing Processes

Dr. Amoljit Singh Gill

Assistant Professor

Rapid Prototyping and Engineering Materials.

Dr. Manoj Mittal

Assistant Professor

Thermal Spray Coatings

Dr. Vivek Aggarwal

Assistant Professor

Conventional and Non-Conventional Machining

Academic Achievements & Awards by Faculty

Dr. Vikas Chawla awarded as:

• ISTE Best Engineering College Teacher award (2010)

• Young Scientist award (2011)

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Faculty of Management Studies

Department of Management

The department aims to create a pool of world class socially responsible leaders who can meet the challenges of dynamic business environment and help to achieve the objective of inclusive growth of the world economy.

Department of Management (DOM) is pioneer in the use of case study method and other such experiential teaching tools to management education in the state. The campus has state-of-art infrastructure and classrooms, experienced core faculty with inter- national exposure. The department is running management programmes namely, Masters of Business Administration (MBA) and PhD in the area of Marketing, Finance and Human Resources. The department is all set to begin with short-term Certificate Programs in the area of Advertising and Retail Management, Credit Risk and Treasury Management and Retail Banking in the near future.

Courses Offered

Courses Offered

Intake

Duration

MBA

60

2 Years

Research Areas

• Marketing

• Finance

• Human Resource Management

 

• Commerce

 

Projects undertaken by Faculty

 

Projects

Funding Agency

Principal Investigator

Construction and Standardization of a Scale for Measuring the Customer Relationship Management Activity in an Organization

University Grants Commission, New Delhi

 

Dr. Harmeen Soch

Critical Success Factors and Driving Forces for Wireless Web Adoption – An Empirical Investigation of Indian and Canadian Consumers

University Grants Commission, New Delhi

 

Dr. Harmeen Soch

Price Discovery and Arbitrage Efficiency in the Indian Equity Futures and Cash Markets

National Stock Exchange of India

 

Dr. Kapil Gupta

Faculty Members

Name

Designation

Specialization

Dr. Harmeen Soch (HOD)

Associate Professor

Marketing

Dr. Kapil Gupta

Assistant Professor

Finance

Dr. Mandeep Kaur

Assistant Professor

Finance

Dr. Pooja Mehta

Assistant Professor

HR / Marketing

Dr. Sanjeev Kumar Bansal

Assistant Professor

Commerce

Mrs. Supriya Babbar

Assistant Professor

Agri-business

Dr. Roopali Batra

Assistant Professor

Finance

Research Scholars

 

Name

Title of Thesis

Funding Agency

 

PhD Supervisor

Kuljit Kaur

Moderating Role of Face Consciousness on the Relationship Between Image Congruence and Behavioral Intention

UGC

 

Dr. Harmeen Soch

 

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Name

Title of Thesis

Funding Agency

PhD Supervisor

Priyanka Kaushik

Investigating Antecedents of Customer Engagement Behavior and its impact of Firm Value

UGC

Dr. Harmeen Soch

Shabnam Virdi

Customer Citizenship Behavior

UGC

Dr. Harmeen Soch

Jaspreet Kaur

Adoption of M-Commerce Strategies in India

UGC

Dr. Harmeen Soch

Mandeep Kaur

Examining the Hedging Effectiveness of Equity Futures Contracts: Evidence from National Stock Exchange of India

UGC

Dr. Kapil Gupta

Anju Bala

Long Memory and Liquidity in Indian Equity Market

UGC

Dr. Kapil Gupta

Pinky Mall

Impact of Mergers and Acquisitions on the Post-Merger Stock Performance of Acquirer Firms: Evidence from India

UGC

Dr. Kapil Gupta

Balpreet Singh

Examining the Relationship between Management Quality and Market Performance of Initial Public Offerings: Evidence from India

UGC

Dr. Kapil Gupta

Manpreet Kaur

Comparative Analysis of Web Based Disclosure Practices of Top Indian and Foreign Banks

UGC

Dr. Mandeep Kaur

Deepali Soni

Corporate Social Responsibility and Employee Engagement: A study of selected Indian Banks in Delhi

UGC

Dr. Pooja Mehta

Satish Kumar

A Comparative Analysis of Corporate Governance Practices of Top Indian Banks and Foreign Banks

UGC

Dr. Mandeep Kaur

Events Organized

• National Workshop on Research Methodology: Basics and Advances in Structural Equation Modeling (June 23 - 29, 2016) • Workshop on Basics of Research Methodology & Statistical Tools (April 15 - 16, 2016) • National Workshop on Advanced Research Methodology (Nov 28 - Dec 4, 2015) • Faculty Development Program on Research Methodology: Introduction to Multivariate Data Analysis and Time Series Analysis (April 4 - 5, 2015) • International Conference on Marketing in Emerging Economies organized in collaboration with University of North Caro- lina, USA (Dec 15 - 16, 2012)

Faculty Participation / Paper Presentation in Conferences

• Soch, Harmeen (2017), “Moderating Role of Engagement on the Relationship between Negatively-Valenced Word-of-Mouth and Loyalty” presented at 2017 Las Vegas, Global Conference on Business and Finance, Las Vegas, USA (Co-author - Priyanka Kaushik)

• Gupta, Kapil (2016), “Estimating Hedging Effectiveness in Indian Equity Futures Market Using Variance Reduc- tion and Risk-Return Approaches” presented at CRISIL Doctoral Symposium 2016 held at Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad (Co-author - Mandeep Kaur)

• Kaur, Mandeep (2016), “Corporate Green Reporting Practices: Industry Wise Variation Analysis” presented at 15th International Conference on Corporate Social Responsibility and 6th Organisational Governance at Melbourne, Australia

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Faculty of Media & Mass Communication

Department of Journalism and Mass Communication

The Department of Journalism and Mass Communication was introduced in 2012, keeping in mind the growing demand for special- ized course in media at the pre-doctoral research level. The Department commenced in 2012 with M.Phil., PhD. courses and has introduced M.A. in Journalism and Mass Communication since 2014 as well. The Department regularly organizes a series of lectures and seminars wherein academicians from all over Indian visit the Department and interact with the students. The Department has very qualified and experienced faculty with global exposure in terms of academics and research.

These courses are designed to train young professionals into the basics of journalism as well as in current trends, including the latest developments in cyber and electronic journalism, for their all-round Department. The students undergo intensive practical experiences which promotes their involvement and participation in the field of journalism. The students are given conceptual understanding along with training in professional skills by academicians and professionals of long standing experience in the field of journalism.

The syllabus is highly practical oriented with strong industry linkages. This gives students a cutting edge over similar courses run by other institution. The students are acquainted with best practices in the field of journalism. The students are provided with best hands on training in the latest digital audio video and multimedia technologies. The curriculum is adapted periodically to suit the changing needs of the industry. The main objective of the courses are to provide basic and emerging concepts and principles in relation to better decision making in the different areas of media Industry .

Course Offered

Faculty of Media & Mass Communication Department of Journalism and Mass Communication The Department of Journalism

Course

Intake

Duration

Faculty of Media & Mass Communication Department of Journalism and Mass Communication The Department of Journalism

M.A. - Journalism and Mass Communication

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Research Areas

• Print Media

• Communication

Electronic Media

• Media Management

• Advertising

• Public Relations Film Studies

• Development Communication

• Traditional Media

Visual Communication

Infrastructure

• Computer cum Editing Lab • LED Projector

• Print media Lab • Console

• Professional Still and Video cameras • TV with DTH Connections.

Faculty Members

Name

Designation

Specialization

Dr. Ranbir Singh (HOD)

Associate Professor

Development Communication and Public Relations

Dr. Sarabjit Singh Mann

Assistant Professor

Poetry and Translation

Mrs. Priyanka Mahajan

Assistant Professor

Indian English Literature & Literary Criticism, Critical Theories

Dr. Ekta Mahajan

Assistant Professor

Print Media and Advertising

Research Scholars

 

Name

Title of Thesis

PhD Supervisor

Balbir Kumar

Digital Inequity in Haryana: A comparative Study of semi-urban area of Gurgaon & Ambala (Funded by UGC)

Dr. Ranbir Singh

Deepak

New Media and Hotel Industry in Himachal Pradesh: A Study (Funded by UGC)

Dr. Ranbir Singh

Kirti Loomba

Effectiveness of E-Governance as a tool for development

Dr. Ranbir Singh

Ranjana Thakur

Tourism Communication and its socio cultural implications in Himachal Pradesh: A Study

Dr. Ranbir Singh

Anterpreet Kaur

ICT & Agriculture: A Study based on Punjab

 

Dr. Ranbir Singh

Rama Bhatia

Social Media and Women Empowerment: A Study based on Punjab

Dr. Ranbir Singh

Events Organized

• Celebrated World Radio Day on 13th February 2017 • Workshop on VISAKA Digital awareness programme on 11th January 2017 • Celebrated National Press Day on 14th November 2016 • Organized seminar on “Possibilities of technical development of Punjabi Language” on 12th November 2014

Faculty Participation / Paper Presentation in Conferences

• Singh, Ranbir (2017), “Visual Politics and Contemporary Culture: Ideology, Representation and Narrative Space” presented at National Conference held at Ernakulum, Sree Sankaracharya University of Sanskrit, Kerala.

• Singh, Ranbir (2016), “Nostalgia Through Celluloid – Memories Rekindled on Memory, Commemoration and Media” presented at International Conference of the IAMCR held at University of Leicester, England.

• Singh, Ranbir (2016), “Media Credibility: Victim of Political and Power Interests” presented at 11th Global Commu- nication Association of India Conference on Ombudsman Media and Social Responsibility, held at University of Mysore, Karnataka.

• Mahajan, Priyanka (2016), “R.K. Narayan’s Treatment of the Theme of Violence in Malgudi Days and Other Stories” presented at International Conference on Social Science, Literature, Business and Education, New York, USA.

• Arora, Ekta (2015), “Social Media and Maggi Crisis: A Case study”, presented at the International Conference on Media and Communication Studies held at Amity School of Communication Studies, at Amity University, Jaipur, Rajasthan.

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Centre for Excellence

International Resource Centre for Universal Human Values and Ethics

The Department of International Resource Centre for Human Values & Professional Ethics at I.K. Gujral Punjab Technical University, Jalandhar is focused on facilitating the humanization of education globally. Human education would ensure definite humane conduct in the students enabling them to have the vision, commitment, competence and practice to make effort for a humane society. The centre aspires to be a living model of a humane family.

Centre is dedicated for the development of resource persons in Human Values, focused effort for preparation of Resource Persons through Faculty Development Programme and facilitating the Conduct of Foundation Course in affiliated institutions. The Founda- tion Course in Human Values and Professional Ethics has been introduced in 2011 and is consistently running as an essential credit course in Punjabi, Hindi and English and the examinations are conducted in all three languages. Today, more than 40 Universities in 8 states of India, 2 Universities in Bhutan, 3 Universities in Pakistan and 1 University in Nepal are experimenting with this Universal Human Values approach.

Centre organizes various 1 day / 3 days / 8 days residential & non-residential workshop for teachers, students and different segments of society. The Centre also organizes national and international conference on Human Values in higher education every year.

Research Areas

Rural Energy Technologies • Holistic Mess

Salient Features

• Systems for Watershed Management • Floating Water Turbine

• Self-sufficiency of villages • Technologies for Animal Husbandry

Real Time Projects: Our course deals with real time problems of society. It facilitates students to develop the competence to begin to actualize the holistic vision in their life and in the process, work toward a humane society.

Traditional or Alternate Technologies: Learning from typical traditional knowledge systems, technologies and social systems. Like Smokeless Chulha etc.

Social Entrepreneurship: Specifically aimed at developing the competence for taking up social entrepreneurship as a viable profession and make effort for prosperity.

Management by Relationship: Centre focuses on Human-to-human relationship and human-to-nature relationship to

assume prime importance rather than ‘profit maximization’. Flexibility: The curriculum allows students to choose Thesis area to pursue their own interests and research.

Natural and Environment: The centre is having natural environment with greenery. The entire staff member takes lunch with the students. Center is having its own kitchen garden also where students do daily labor from 4 PM to 5 PM as part of their course curriculum and produce organic vegetables.

Workshop Hall: The center is having a workshop hall, where 8 days residential workshops on human values are organized.

Departmental Library: Centre is having its own library reference books related to courses offered by Centre.

Herbal Garden: Students at IRC are developing a herbal garden also which consists more than 50 herbs. Centre is having a pantry where students may experiment on preparation of healthy food and health drinks.

Faculty Members

Name

Designation

Specialization

Dr. S S Ahluwalia

Director

Soft Computing, Human Values

Dr. Jagmeet Singh

Assistant Professor

Political Science

 

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Resource Person

Name

Designation

Specialization

Dr. Rishi Raj Gaur

Prof. of Mechanical Engineering (Retd.) & Ex. Head- National Resource Center for Value Education in Engineering, IIT Delhi

Internal Combustion Engine, Renewable Rural Energy Systems, Integration of Science, Technology & Human Values

Prof. Ganesh Prasad Bagaria

Prof. of Electronics and Communication Engineering (Retd.) & Coordinator, Value Education Cell, AKTU, Lucknow

Value Education (Universal Human Values

Sh. Rajul Asthana

Former Vice President, Satyam Computers Learning Center & Former Director, IRC-UHVE, IKG PTU Kapurthala

Value Education (Universal Human Values, Natural Farming, Corporate Learning

Events Organized

• The IRC-UHVE has organized 8-day residential Teachers Orientation Program (TOP) & Refreshers workshops - Till date 34 TOP’s & 3 Refreshers workshops & 18 (3 days awareness workshops) conducted successfully. At least 3500 teachers familiarized with UHV. A highlight of the workshop organized in 2016 is as below.

International Conferences

• IKG PTU has been organizing “International Conference on Human Values in Higher Education” (ICHVHE) since 2012. Till 2017 total 6 ICHVHE have been organized. IKG PTU hosted the 3rd ICHVHE in 2014 at IKG PTU- Kapurthala (Punjab) in collaboration with IIIT- Hyderabad, IIT (BHU) Varanasi and RUB Bhutan.

• The 6th ICHVHE 2017 was organized in collaboration with IIIT- Hyderabad, IIT (BHU) - Varanasi, IIT- Kanpur, AGI - Rajkot, AKTU - Lucknow and RUB Bhutan in 2017 at IIT - Kanpur (Uttar Pradesh).

National Conferences

National Seminar on Integrating Human Values in Technical Education is organized by Punjab Technical University, Jalandhar in collaboration with IIT Delhi, IIT Kanpur, SSUN Delhi & IIIT Hyderabad in Nov 2010. It was held at NIT, Jalandhar. The honourable Governor of Punjab & Chancellor PTU, Sh. Shivraj Patil inaugurates the seminar and provides his best wishes. There are 322 participants from 13 states. 50 VC’s, Chairpersons, Directors/Principals.

6 Days National workshop on Data Analytics in association with Science & Engineering Research Board, Depart- ment of Science &Technology (DST), Government of India, New Delhi was organized in June 2016. A total of 40 participants (Assistant Professors, Research Scholars & Students) from 10 states & 13 universities are participating in the workshop.

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Publication Bureau

Resource and Development Centre for Language & Translation Studies

The Publication Bureau was established to make available quality books for higher education at a low cost and to inculcate a habit of reading among the students. The Publication Bureau is engaged in publication of translated books in Science and Engineering. It was established primarily for the development and enrichment of Punjabi language. However, over a period of time, the University started contributing significantly in other disciplines also.

The major publications of the University are as under:

  • 1. Annant Da Gyata : Srinivas Ramanujan (A Book on life sketch & contribution of Srinivas Ramanujan)

  • 2. Takneeki Sikhya De Sunahree Maukey (3 Volumes).

  • 3. Nawa Vigyan : Sade Hisse Da Aakash (A Book on science & technology in Punjabi), written by Dr. Kuldip Singh Dhir

  • 4. Bharat Di Gauravmayee Vigiyanak Parampra (Translated version of India’s Glorious Scientific Tradition) .

  • 5. Navian Dishavan Khojda Bharat (Translated version of India Innovates)

  • 6. Navian Khojan Naven Jugad (Translated version of Sixth National Grassroots Innovation & Outstanding Traditional Knowledge Awards).

Publication Bureau Resource and Development Centre for Language & Translation Studies The Publication Bureau was established
Publication Bureau Resource and Development Centre for Language & Translation Studies The Publication Bureau was established
Publication Bureau Resource and Development Centre for Language & Translation Studies The Publication Bureau was established
Publication Bureau Resource and Development Centre for Language & Translation Studies The Publication Bureau was established
Publication Bureau Resource and Development Centre for Language & Translation Studies The Publication Bureau was established
Publication Bureau Resource and Development Centre for Language & Translation Studies The Publication Bureau was established
Publication Bureau Resource and Development Centre for Language & Translation Studies The Publication Bureau was established
Publication Bureau Resource and Development Centre for Language & Translation Studies The Publication Bureau was established

Research Scholars

S. No.

Name

Title of thesis

Funding Agency

Guide

 
  • 1. Ms. Harpreet Kaur

1. Ms. Harpreet Kaur UGC Dr. Sarabjit Singh Mann

UGC

Dr. Sarabjit Singh Mann

 
  • 2. Ms. Rajwinder Kaur

2. Ms. Rajwinder Kaur UGC Dr. Sarabjit Singh Mann

UGC

Dr. Sarabjit Singh Mann

 
  • 3. Mr. Maninder Singh

3. Mr. Maninder Singh UGC Dr. Sarabjit Singh Mann

UGC

Dr. Sarabjit Singh Mann

 
  • 4. Ms. Jaswinder Kaur

4. Ms. Jaswinder Kaur UGC Dr. Sarabjit Singh Mann

UGC

Dr. Sarabjit Singh Mann

 

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Corporate Relations & Alumni Office

Corporate Relations & Alumni (CR&A) Office, IKGPTU is the nodal point of contact for companies seeking students from IKG PTU campuses and its affiliated colleges for training and placement. CR&A office organises Joint Campus Placement Drive(s) of various MNCs at University Campus and its affiliated colleges.

CR&A office also works in collaboration with various industrial associations like Confederation of Indian Industry (CII), The Indus Entrepreneurs (TiE), Jalandhar Management Association (JMA), Chandigarh Management Association (CMA) etc. to provide employment opportunities and deliver career and Entrepreneurship Awareness Camps.

In the year 2016, students from IKGPTU affiliated colleges and campuses got placed in various MNCs and Public Sectors undertakings. Highest package was INR 20.50 LPA offered by Adobe Systems India Pvt. Ltd. followed by INR 16.80 LPA and 7.05 LPA by Radsupport, Inc, USA and Peacto Consultants respectively.

This office is also actively involved in developing Alumni network to connect the pass out students with the University and its corporate relation building activities. CR&A office had already organized Alumni Meets at Hyderabad, Pune and Bangalore and is planning the same in the major cities of India.

CR&A office encourages and facilitates students to evolve as entrepreneurs and organizes entrepreneurship awareness workshops in University as well as in affiliated colleges. State level Business Plan Competitions are organized every year to create a culture of start-ups in the state. In collaboration with The Indus Entrepreneur (TiE) prizes up to INR 1 lakh are given to the winning teams. CR&A office also tie up with various entrepreneurship promotional agencies/ associations for mentoring prospective entrepreneurs.

Corporate Relations & Alumni Office Corporate Relations & Alumni (CR&A) Office, IKGPTU is the nodal point
Corporate Relations & Alumni Office Corporate Relations & Alumni (CR&A) Office, IKGPTU is the nodal point
Corporate Relations & Alumni Office Corporate Relations & Alumni (CR&A) Office, IKGPTU is the nodal point
Corporate Relations & Alumni Office Corporate Relations & Alumni (CR&A) Office, IKGPTU is the nodal point
Corporate Relations & Alumni Office Corporate Relations & Alumni (CR&A) Office, IKGPTU is the nodal point
Corporate Relations & Alumni Office Corporate Relations & Alumni (CR&A) Office, IKGPTU is the nodal point
Corporate Relations & Alumni Office Corporate Relations & Alumni (CR&A) Office, IKGPTU is the nodal point
Corporate Relations & Alumni Office Corporate Relations & Alumni (CR&A) Office, IKGPTU is the nodal point
Corporate Relations & Alumni Office Corporate Relations & Alumni (CR&A) Office, IKGPTU is the nodal point

Artech Infosystems Pvt. Ltd., Arabol Lubricants etc. are among the other recruiters of IKGPTU

Our Officers

Navdeepak Sandhu

M.S. Bedi

Deputy Director

Assistant Director

P: +91-947-809-8040

P: +91-947-809-8076

E: navdeepak.sandhu@ptu.ac.in

E: msbedi@ptu.ac.in

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Our Students Achievements

Our Students Achievements Department of Management student has won Best Paper Award and a cash prize

Department of Management

student has won

Best Paper Award

and a cash prize of Rs. 25,000/- at 6 th India Finance Conference-2016 held at IIM Ahmedabad.

Our Students Achievements Department of Management student has won Best Paper Award and a cash prize

Department of Journalism and Mass Communication

students won prize in

Personality Reflection

held at Guru Nanak Khalsa College for Women, Ludhiana

Our Students Achievements Department of Management student has won Best Paper Award and a cash prize

Department of Food Engineering

students won two prizes in

ICFooOST

(Food Technologist Convention)