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  1. 1. About the InstitutePanipat Institute of Engineering and Technology is run by Vidyapeeth Education Trust. The Institute is affiliated to Kurukshetra University.Kurukshetra and approved by AICTE, Govt. of India. It is situated on National Highway No. 1 near Samalkha, (Panipat) and is about 21Kms. from Panipat and 50 Kms from Delhi bypass. It is easily approachable by rail and road. It is spread over an area of 15 acres and has awell planned layout. The main aim of the institute is to promote academic growth by offering Diploma, Undergraduate and Postgraduateprogrammes in Engineering and Management. The academic program reflects the institute’s commitment to stay in tune with the expandingfrontiers of knowledge worldwide.The Salient features of the PIET are:- • We strive, continuously, for excellence in education, research and technological service to the nation. • Extend education in various streams of Engineering, Technology and Management. • A dedicated Training and Placement Cell deals with the placement of students in various industries, organizations and arranges for the summer practical training in India and abroad viz USA, UK, Sweden, Germany and Holland. • Organizes and coordinates Joint Campus Placement Programs too, to fulfil commitment of a job to every young aspirant. • Frequently organize National and International Conferences, Workshops & Seminars to reinforce the research aspect in technical teaching & global interaction. • Well equipped state of the art ultra modern Laboratory facilities in computing and other Engineering and Technology disciplines. • Organize personality development programmes which target not only for getting job but also students actual potential which is true to them. • Highly qualified and perfectly competent teachers, strengthened by extension lectures from Corporate professionals. • Organize PIET QUEST, an inter school and inter college quiz competition, for the students of various schools, polytechnics and colleges. • The institute’s library is an invaluable learning resource center for the students and the faculty. • Provide separate hostel for boys and girls which ensures privacy and homely environment. • Well equipped infirmary. • Organize Parent Teachers Meet at regular intervals. • Publishes Quarterly News Letter which is a platform to highlight upon the Institute’s ongoing, activities.
  2. 2. VisionPIET strives hard to be centre of excellence for imparting value based education globally.
  3. 3. MissionPIET is determined to build a society replete with fertile brains and upright citizens who nurture a good working relationship by:• Producing skilled technocrats and competent professionals.• Creating a learning environment campus for making the students dynamic and vigorous to exploit existing extensively more fully.• Developing the erudite scholars’ potential for technical knowledge and ethical values.• Providing flexible education to adapt and to meet the emerging needs of society.• Emphasizing the infusion of hands-on training into the curriculum to hone the learners’ technical, scientific and managerial skills.
  4. 4. Quality Policy• Intensive Faculty Development Programmes to harness their teaching skills• Regular mega Job Fair for students’ placement• Lectures by experts from academia and industry to achieve academic excellence• Interactive Sessions with the Management to ensure that the Quality Objectives are achieved effectively.Quality objectives• To develop and maintain the quality management system complying ISO 9001: 2008 Standards• To achieve incremental increase in pass percentage by 5% per annum till it reaches 100%• To sustain the placement to 100% students.• To get at least two positions in University’s top ten positions in each discipline.
  5. 5. Vidyapeeth Education Trust Board of GovernorsSh. Hariom Tayal ChairmanSh. Suresh Tayal Member SecretarySh. Rakesh Tayal MemberSh. Rajiv Tayal MemberSmt. Rani Tayal MemberSh. Prateek Tayal MemberMember devoted to Social CauseSh. Hariom Tayal, Vice-President, Haryana Gaushala Sangh, HaryanaEducationist MembersSh. R. S. Chaudhary,IAS(Retd.) & Former Vice Chancellor, K.U., KurukshetraDr. K. L. Johar, Former Vice Chancellor, GJU HisarProf. S. K. Bedi, MDU, RohtakProf. B. K. Behera, IIT, DelhiIndustry MemberSh. Ram Niwas Gupta, MD, Gupta Textiles, (Govt. recognized Export House), PanipatCorporate MemberMr. H. K. Gupta, MD, Liberty Leather & Liberty Footwear, Gharaunda, Karnal
  6. 6. Advisory CouncilSh. P. C. Sharma, Member, National Human Rights Commission & Former Director, CBI, IndiaProf. M. D. Teli, HOD, Fiber & Textiles Processing Technology, Institute of Chemical Technology, MumbaiSh. Pradeep Tayal, CA, PanipatSh. R. K. Garg, Advocate, NarwanaSh. M. K. Aggarwal, CA, New Delhi
  7. 7. Chairman’s MessagePanipat Institute of Engineering and Technology has become one of the premier institutes of Technology & Management parexcellence in the region. The enormous and commendable achievements of the institute have made its existence acutely felt by thesociety under the charitable “Vidyapeeth Education Trust (Regd.)”. At PIET our focus is on to develop the engineers and businessleaders who can prove their mettle in their respective sphere. The vibrant atmosphere, well-designed infrastructure, laboratories,blend of experienced and competent faculty members, has made our institute a centre of attraction for students. Our institutecreates the opportunities by organizing placement drives for the well reputed companies both at National and global level tomould the career of future professionals. It is equipped with the perennial feature of providing summer training abroad. In the end,I promise that we shall make the students independent and self-reliant in their approach to excel at the global level.HARI OM TAYAL
  8. 8. Secretary SpeaksIt is a matter of pride that P.I.E.T has established itself on sound foundation with an edifice of solid infrastructure. The success ofthe institute is evident from the track record of the achievements of our students and performance of the alumni. This has beenmade possible with the strong support of the management, zeal and vibrant approach of the faculty members, administrative staffand the excellent corporate cell. These achievements reflect in a big way to the consistent academic work on the aims andobjectives of institute for the growth of the students benefitting the society as a whole. Thus our mission is to enforce andimplement the things meticulously for the betterment and advancement of students to become talented and intellectualprofessionals for the ultimate gain of the society.SURESH TAYAL
  9. 9. From the Director DeskDear students,It gives me an immense pleasure and pride to introduce to you the young and vibrant PIET. The major objective of establishingthis institute is to provide & promote quality higher education and research at par with international standards. It is our endeavourto see that our students acquire excellent communication skills, high leadership qualities and are professionally competent to tacklethe complex problems of the world & are able to make their presence felt in all spheres of life. The institute inculcates humanvalues and professional ethics in the students, which help them, make decisions that are good, not only for them, but also for thesociety. A world class library, computing and other educational-cum- recreational facilities, help and enrich the process oflearning. We ensure that our students are equipped to face the academic as well as the professional challenges both at home &abroad.Besides imparting quality education at PIET, we continuously monitor progress of our students through specially trained andappointed Course Advisors and Class Counsellors. As such we regularly conduct class tests, quizzes and tutorials for continuousimprovement of the students & to carry out comprehensive analysis of each student. The corrective measures are initiated to makethe students competent in this global world. We aim to prepare a knowledge workforce comparable to the best in the worldthrough providing instructions in the cutting edge technology. The institute also lays emphasis on group projects, so that ourstudents learn to be co-operative and productive team members. Industry exposure provides these budding professionals theopportunity to work on current industry problems.The academic ambience at PIET helps the students develop to their fullest potential. We regularly seek valuable guidance fromthe scientific and industrial communities to groom our students for upcoming challenges. We organize interactive sessions,seminars and workshops for our students & members of faculty. We operate a centralized Training & Placement Cell (TPC) andorganize Job Fair for seeking gainful employment for our students throughout the year. The institute is building its reputation stepby step with a dedicated goal of adding value to life and professional standards. As a highly esteemed institution, PIET hasattained regional acclaim in the last few years. The time has come to consolidate all the new initiatives that were taken tostrengthen PIET as a multidisciplinary institution. I am sure our students will meet the challenges of industry and become worthycitizens of this world. I welcome you all to experience the quality education provided at PIET on your gateway to academic andprofessional excellence.Dr. A.K.Shah
  10. 10. Courses OfferedPost Graduate:Masters of Business Administration (MBA)Master of Computer ApplicationsMaster of Technology(M.Tech.)Electronics and Communication EngineeringMechanical Engineering (CAD/CAM)Mechanical Engineering (Manufacturing Systems Engineering)Computer Science Engineering (CSE)Under Graduate:Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech.)Computer Science EngineeringElectronics and Communication EngineeringInformation TechnologMechanical EngineeringTextile EngineeringCivil EngineeringBachelor of Business Administration (BBA)Bachelor Computer Application (BCA)Diploma (2nd Shift):Mechanical Engineering
  11. 11. Admissions through Haryana State Counselling Society1. Bachelor of Technology(B.Tech.) (4 years full time programme) Eligibility: 10+2 with Physics, Mathematics & Chemistry / Computer Science / Informatics Practices Admissions to B.Tech. Courses are done through HSCS on AIEEE Merit/Rank,for complete information please visit: http// and http// Bachelor of Technology (LEET) 2nd year (3rd Semester) Candidates must have passed Diploma in Engineering / Technology course of 3 years duration or more from State Board of Technical Education, Haryana or its equivalent with at least 50% marks in the aggregate. OR Should be a pass in B.Sc. Degree of minimum three year duration from a recognized university with Mathematics as a subject, with at least 50% marks in aggregate. Note-:Admissions shall be made on the basis of the inter se merit of OLET (LEET (Engg))- 2012 conducted by NIC online on the website Eligibility and other guidelines are the same as given in the brochure.3. Master of Business Administration (MBA) (2 years full time programme) Eligibility: Graduate or Post Graduate in any stream Admission to MBA programme is made through online off campus counseling by HSCS on the basis of the Composite Score of C-MAT/MAT.4. Diploma in Mechanical Engineering (2nd Shift) (3 Years Programme) Eligibility: Pass in 10th Examination from Board of School Education, Haryana or equivalent examination from a recognized board/University Note: Admission to Diploma (Engg,) Course will be made on the basis of DET-2012 Ranks based on Inter-se-merit percentage of qualifying exam. through on-line off campus counselling by NIC.
  12. 12. Admission on the basis of Inter-se-merit:1. Master of Computer Applications (MCA) (3 -years full-time programme) Eligibility: 50% marks in Graduate or Post Graduate in any stream with Math. as one of the subjects Note:- Admission to MCA programme is made on the basis of marks of Entrance Test cum Merit.2. Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) (3 -years full time programme) Eligibility: 10+2 Pass with 50% marks in any stream with English as a compulsory subject from CBSE or any other State Education Board. Selection on merit only.3. Master of Technology (M.Tech,) (2 –years programme) Eligibility: B-Tech with 60% Marks and merit of GATE score.4. Bachelor of Computer Applications(BCA) (3 -years full time programme) Eligibility: 10+2 Pass with atleast 50% marks with mathematics as one of the subject from CBSE or Board of School Education Haryana or any other examination as equivalent thereto. The selection will be on merit basis.Admissions under Tuition Fee Waiver Scheme/PIO/FN: The admission under this category will be made as per instructions of AICTE/Haryana State Counselling Society.
  13. 13. Scholarship Schemes & PrizesThe Institute extends scholarship to the following categories who have secured:S. No. For B Tech. (AIEEE Rank) Exemption in Tuition Fees1. upto 50,000 100%2. 50,000 to 70,000 50%3. 90% and above in class XII 25% in first year4. For MBA, (C-MAT/MAT Composite Percentile) Exemption in Tuition Fees 98 and above 50%5. For MCA, Exemption in Tuition Fees Students who have secured marks in Graduation I 80% & above 100% II 70% to 79% 50% (Applicable only for candidates who have passed the exams.from Govt./State Universities. III 60% to 69% 25% IV 55% to 59% 10%6. For BBA, Exemption in Tuition Fees I 95% & above 50% II 90% & above 25%7. For BCA Exemption in Tuition Fees I 95% & above 50% II 85% & above 25%8. Tuition fee Waiver Scheme for Economically Weaker (only for B.Tech. students seeking admission after 10+2) The concession in tuition fees to the above category students will be given only as per instructions of the AICTE/Haryana StateCounseling Society mentioned in their Brochure.9. For Meritorious Students The students who have secured first three positions in the University examination will be given prizes as under: Laptop and other articles10. For students who secure first three positions in their respective branch in university examination are also awarded cash prizes as under. i) Rs. 5000/- to the first position holder in his/her discipline. ii) Rs. 3000/- to the second position holder in his/her discipline. iii) Rs. 2000/- to the third position holder in his/her discipline.
  14. 14. Note:-The above scholarships will be reviewed on year to year basis according to the performances of students in the University exams.11. Free book bank facility will be provided to those candidates who have secured 75% marks in 1 st, 3rd , & 5th Semesters, they will be given book bank facility in 3rd, ,5th & 7th Semesters and those candidates who have scored 75% marks in 2nd, 4th & 6th semesters they will be allowed to avail book bank facility in 4th, 6th & 8th Semester respectively.
  15. 15. Instructions for the candidates:1. Before filling the Admission Form, the candidates are required to read the Prospectus carefully.2. Self attested photo copies of certificates/DMCs of their qualifying examinations and documents for weightage and photographs dulyattested by a Gazetted Officer must be attached with the Admission Form.3. Candidates having compartment in their qualifying examination shall not be allowed admission in any course.4. Each admitted student shall have to furnish two affidavits (as per specimen given with the form from himself/herself and his/herparent/guardian connoting there in that he/she will never be found guilty of ragging and shall not indulge in any act of ragging.5. At the time of admission every candidate shall be required to give an undertaking of good conduct & behaviour and not to indulge inragging. If a candidate after his/her admission is found indulging in any kind of ragging, his/her admission is liable to be cancelled ab-initio.6. If a student fails to attend his/her classes continuously for seven days from the date of commencement of the classes or from the date ofadmission, his/her admission shall be automatically stand cancelled.7. If any student gets accommodation allotted in his/her name in a Hostel and allows some other person(s) to stay in his/her allotted roomand/or to take meals in the room in that case the admission of both the students, i.e. (i) the allottee and (ii) the illegal occupant, shall becancelled from the respective department as also from the hostel without assigning any reason.8. Use of Alcohol is prohibited on the PIET campus.9. Any legal dispute relating to admission of students will be subject to Courts at Panipat or Courts having jurisdiction in Panipat.10. Due to paucity of hostel accommodation, the Institute may not be in a position to accommodate all the aspirants in the hostel and thestudents will have to make their own arrangement of stay outside the campus.11. Weekly attendance report of all students will be put on the Institute Website. If a student remains absent from the class for 14 days ormore in a month his/her name will be struck off from the rolls and his /her parents will also be informed.12. Use of Electrical Gadgets/Appliance is totally prohibited in the hostel. If detected violating this rule, the gadget /appliance will beconfiscated13. If a candidate willing to leave the institute after completion of first semester, the fees deposited by him/her for the next semester will notbe refunded in any case.
  16. 16. 14. If a candidate who has been allotted accommodation in hostel and is desirous to withdraw hostel facility during the course, the hostelcharges already paid will not be refunded.15. If a student who opted transport facility/hostel facility will have to pay annual charges at the time of admission and if any student wantsto change the hostel facility to transport facility and vice-versa the difference of charges will be paid by the student alongwith the shiftingcharges subject to availability of seat.
  17. 17. Electronics & Communication EngineeringElectronics & communication Engineering continues to be a growing industry as indicated by the current demand for graduates. Thedepartment of Electronics & Communication was set up with the aim of nourishing the students into highly skilled engineers possessingextensive knowledge in the field of electronics. We aid to prepare students for careers as professional engineers through an education infundamental principles presented in the context of real application and design. A palpable excitement surrounds the Department of ECE, theenthusiasm pervades every classroom and lab, invigorating our students and spurring on our faculty to fresh innovations. In an age whenelectronics play a major role in daily life and the promise of nano technology is coming to fruition, it truly is a great time to be a part ofECE. Liaison with industry, major research establishments, and learned societies ensures that courses continue to meet the changing needsof the profession. The department is well equipped with all the gadgets, instruments and softwares required for experiments. Project workthroughout the course underpins the necessity for a combination of practical and theoretical skills and abilities. The department provides sixweeks summer training programme on embedded system to give the students comprehensive theoretical and practical background so thatthey are constantly aware of the rapid changes taking place in the world of technology.LabsElements of ElectronicsElectrical TechnologyDigital ElectronicsDigital CommunicationVHDLElectronics DesignMP&IMicrowaveAudio VisualProjectEMECAdvance Data CommunicationAdvance DSP (Digital Data Processing)
  18. 18. Applied Science DepartmentDepartment of Applied Science contributes significantly to UG education in the areas of allied science. It possesses well equipped andmodern laboratories in chemical testing, analysis and synthesis. The department closely interacts with industries, R&D organizations andprofessional institutes to make them industry savvy and enhanced practical understanding.To become a successful engineer it is essential to attain mastery over the subject of Physics, mathematics. We at PIET, provide major thruston material science, electronics, applied optics and instrumentation, including ultra-sonic and vacuum technology. The department has fullfledged Physics & Chemistry laboratory along with a dark room with all state of the art latest equipments and accessories. Biotechnologyand Environmental Sciences are also being taught to create a learning environment that encourages integration of knowledge to improve ourenvironment for society.
  19. 19. Computer Science & EngineeringThe Department of Computer Science and Engineering is enriched with competent and dedicated faculty members to bring out the best instudents. The department is well equipped with computers, software and modern IT infrastructure, and our students are exposed to up-to-date equipment, technology and techniques.Fully equipped air-conditioned laboratories with internet, web application facilities accessible on LAN and Wi-Fi are available for studentsto provide them hands-on experience on latest software and technology tools used in the Industries. Our students graduate are placed inmore than one organization through campus placement. Department has introduced M.Tech. programme in addition to B.Tech.programme.
  20. 20. Mechanical EngineeringThe Department of Mechanical Engineering strives hard to acquaint the budding engineers to sharpen their core engineering skills by takingtheoretical & practical measures in requisite quantum. The Department has many achievements in the last few years & dedicated all itsefforts to produce quality engineers. Department has started an unique Post Graduate and Diploma Courses in addition to B.Tech.. courses.The course is designed to cover comprehensively the following:Dynamics of MachinesKinematics of machinesThermodynamicsStrength of MaterialsProduction TechnologyFluid MechanicsHydrolic MachinesThermal EngineeringHeat TransferIndustrial EngineeringRefrigeration and Air conditioningTribology and mechanical VibrationComputer Aided Design & ManufacturingPower Plant EngineeringEntrepreneurshipCNC & Project Lab.
  21. 21. Information TechnologyThe Department of Information Technology caters to the emerging requirements of the students who wish to script software that will rendera great assistance to simplify administrative and technical nature of human efforts and can accomplish the astonishing feats in the tech-savvy world. Internet connectivity is provided with 6-Mbps bandwidth.Team of devoted faculties is a real strength of the department. Department has been well tuned in such a way that every faculty membergets self motivated and sets up a good example in front of the students. Encouragement and guidance is offered to the students forparticipating in sports and various extra curricular activities to highlight and strengthen their non-technical skills. Students are counseled bythe faculty on one-to-one basis.Major Labs are: • Internet Lab • DBMS Lab • Network Programming Lab • Multimedia Lab • Linux Lab • Mobile Communication Lab • Project Lab
  22. 22. Textile TechnologyTextile industry in India is heading towards a drastic change aiming at remarkable progress and development. In order to fulfil the utmostneeds of this industry, a great responsibility lies on the Technical Institutions, which imparts Textile education in shaping the technocrats togive their best. In this direction, the Department of Textile Technology of PIET is gradually marching towards pursuit of technicalexcellence in textile education.The institute is the second institute in Haryana which offers Bachelor of Technology in Textile Engineering. Located in Panipat, which isknown for its textile exports, the department has enormous opportunity to build strong industry-institute relationship with the industries inPanipat as well as other industries in northern part of India.The department is well known for state-of-the art laboratory facilities as well as experienced and qualified faculty. As a result the alumni’sof this department is working in esteem organizations viz Vardhman, Nahar, Reliance, Groz-Beckert and so on. The department also has tie-ups with various foreign universities.In the very short span of institute’s age, the students’ representative of his department has won many prizes in different national andinternational conferences organized by institutes of world reputation like IIT Delhi, VJTI Mumbai, TITS Bhiwani, & Pearl academy, NewDelhi, etc.
  23. 23. Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) &Master of Business Administration (MBA)BBA at P.I.E.T. is unique and exquisite programme designed to equip the students with abundant opportunities for giving expression totheir inner literary instinct and latent talents of academics as well as sportsmanship. It is designed to develop intellectual and technical skillsthat lead to the development of managerial and social sensitivity. The aim of the programme is to encourage and boost innovative minds toinculcate and develop overall personality of students. For this purpose, faculty has adequate resources to provide excellent and wellequipped laboratories, infrastructure and effective techniques. Every lecture hall is equipped with an LCD projector to facilitate effectivediscussions and presentations. Teaching methodologies such as case studies, project works, field experience, assignments, seminars,quizzes, industrial visits etc. are put into practice to groom the overall personality of students.MBA at P.I.E.T. is committed to the all-round development of the students and inspires and motivates them to combat and face thechallenges of life in a very effortless and sporty manner. The programme incorporates creativity, discovery and innovativeness in syllabi tomake the students self-reliant in their approach to reach at global height. It quite relates to the well-being of the social environment ratheronly conforming to the management ethics. The course strives to impart business education and enhance decision making abilities. Ourcompetent faculty guarantees merit and brilliance by motivating the young and enthusiastic professionals for achieving higher objective inglobalization. The technical knowledge and managerial skills are enhanced through learning aids such as assignments, projects, groupdiscussions, seminars, inter departmental competitions and many other creative activities. The students are inspired not only to work hardbut also to work smartly and to develop analytical skills through the summer training abroad and corporate practical exposure. The aim ofthe programme is to create hidden opportunities for scholars to expose their hidden talents. Thus, it is ensured that students get a chance toprove their excellence and work with reputed companies by the mode of organized campus drives.
  24. 24. Master of computer Applications (MCA) &Bachelor of Computer Applications (BCA)The Department of Computer Application provides an exciting professional discipline and enormous technical knowledge offeringnumerous opportunities. MCA and BCA programs provide good working knowledge in Database and Internet Applications. The studentsare imparted rigorous training to transform themselves from amateur to real professionals. Along with providing technical knowledge thedepartment also organizes Personality Development Programs for all round development of the students to make prepare students for acareer in the fast lane of software development and programming. The department has its own computer laboratories equipped with latestconfiguration machines, latest software and internet facility to fulfill the needs and upgrade the knowledge of the students.The major emphasis includes:Mathematical foundation for computer ScienceComputer Oriented Numerical Method using CDatabase Management SystemLinux and Shell ProgrammingDot Net TechnologyComputer Graphics Using CArtificial IntelligenceComputer GraphicsProgramming in JavaComputer Organization and Microprocessor
  25. 25. National & International ConferencesThe institute regularly organizes National and International level workshops, seminars and conferences to keep the students and members offaculty abreast of the latest development in social, economic, technical and professional spheres of life. Experts from the field of industry,world of science (IITs, NITs & various Universities) and philanthropy visit PIET and enrich our understanding. The ECE Departmentorganized a National conference on “Emerging Trends in Electronics & Communication Engineering (ETECE-11)” on 22 nd-23rd April 2011.A total of 181 Research papers were received from all over India, out of which 135 Papers got selected for paper presentation. The ChiefGuest for the conference was Dr. R.K. Bahuguna, Director Network & Planning Management, RailTel Corporation of India Limited(RCIL), New Delhi. The invited keynote Speakers were Dr. R.K. Sharma, Chairman (ECE), NIT, Kurukshetra, Dr. Bhaskar Burman,Additional Director, O/O/Scientific Adviser to Chief of Naval Staff DRDO, Dr. Dinesh Kumar Director, UIET, KUK, Dr. J.S.Saini,Professor, DCRUST, Murthal. Dr. Lalit M. Bharadwaj, Deputy Director & Head, Bimolecular Electronics and Nanotechnology, CSIR,Chandigarh, was the guest of honour during the valedictory session.The AICTE sponsored staff development programme on “Making Technical Teaching Effective” organized by the department ofBusiness Administration from 26 June`11-02 July`11 was appreciated by all the speakers and participants for the coverage of range ofrelevant topics related to effectiveness of teaching. A Number of expert speakers belonging to reputed institutions in the country, Prof.M.M.Anand, Former Dean and Head Faculty of Management Studies, University of Delhi, Prof. S.K.Bedi, MDU, Rohtak, Prof. HarbhajanBansal, GJU, Hissar, Dr. Sunil Dutt, NITTTR, Chandigarh were invited who added to the learning experience and at the same time added tothe value of the institution. A two days workshop on Robotics Technology was organized in PIET campus on 24-25 Sep`11. Theworkshop was conducted by Himanshu Srivastava from Robosapiens, Noida in association with e-cell IIT Kharagpur, 49 studentsparticipated in the workshop in teams of 4-5 students. The workshop ended on a successful note with the zonal round for ‘Robotryst-2012Championship’ and the winning team comprising of Mr Mukesh Kumar, Sarthak Bajaj, Lakshay Dahiya and Kashish Chawla of B.Tech 1styear got an opportunity to participate in ‘ROBOTRYST 2012’.To understand the rising needs and user’s requirements of textile products, Textile department at PIET organized an International Workshopon “Innovations & Opportunities in Textile Technology” from 5-6 Nov`11. PIET invited experts from IIT and foreign universities to presenttheir views on various technological innovations and their sustainability.The following eminent speakers deliberated on various issues- • Prof. Jiri Militky & Dr. Rajesh K. Mishra, Technical University of Liberec, Czeck Republic, Prof. B.K.Behera, Dr. B.S.Butola, Prof. Mangla Joshi & Dr. Amit Rawal IIT Delhi, India, Dr. A.K.Saxena, Director, DMSRDE (DRDO), Kanpur, India & Dr. Guru Prasad, Scientist, NIRJAFT, Kolkatta
  26. 26. Extensive Digital LibraryThe concept of libraries has revolutionized human creative thinking and mankind has witnessed a sea change in the standard of living asbooks preserve archival materials and historical records for the coming generation. We are part of an information age and libraries shouldbe situated in a dynamic information environment to provide the in-depth knowledge to their users. The library, as the recourse gatewaythrough which people disseminate and share information, needs to redefine and re-emphasize, what is essential to its professional practice inthe digital age.PIET consists of a central library and several departmental libraries. Centralized on user services, the library makes every effort to providean enjoyable learning environment for users. This system enables the library to open for extensive hours and connects the users with Digital,Virtual Reference & Referral Services, Mobile Services, Digital Resources, Internet communications, Reprography Services, Book BankService & Inter Library Loan.
  27. 27. International Industrial TrainingThe institute provides complete infrastructure for effective functioning of the Training & Placement cell. Training activities are organizedthroughout the year in an effort towards preparing the prospective students for the campus selection programme. The cell also organizesvarious personality developments and grooming sessions for the students from time to time within the campus conducted by the industrypersonnel.Reputed industrial houses across the country visit the institute regularly for the campus recruitment programmes. The cell maintains acordial relationship with all the recruiting industries and also prepares the recruited candidates to face the competitive world.Students are also sponsored to overseas companies in USA, UK, Sweden, Germany, Holland etc. for practical training; on merit basis afterrigorous screening process.
  28. 28. Global tie-ups Delegates from reputed industrial houses and academicians from renowned universities across various countries visit the instituteregularly for student development programmes. International delegations from countries like Iran, Japan, USA, etc. visited PIET andinteracted with students and shared new horizons related to the globalized world. The institute also arranges faculty and student exchangeprogrammes globally. Mr. Yong K. Kim, Ph.D., C Text FTI from University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth I.T., USA was at PIET whoprovided important insights into the future directions of textile study and research to the students. The seasoned and experienced membersof the staff escorted the students to the companies which are universally acclaimed for their quality products and research & developmentcenters. The Institute’s major objective is to produce highly competent professionals who can accept the challenges of the emergingtechnologies in this global world.
  29. 29. Maestros 2012The youngsters draw up exciting cultural and Technical events viz. Paper Presentation, Rangoli making, Maestros 2012 was inaugurated bychief guest Shri Alok Mittal, I.G. of Rohtak Range. Shri Pawan Kumar, Deputy Excise & Taxation Commissioner, Panipat was the guest ofhonour at this event. The audiences were entertained by famous Punjabi Singer Yo Yo Honey Singh.Carbuncle 2011The fresher party (Carbuncle 2011) was organized on October 08, 2011 at PIET campus. There were several rounds including Ramp walk,Singing and Quiz for the selection of Mr. & Ms. Fresher’s in the environment of joy and happiness. Master Aseem & Ms. Bhavishya fromB.Tech 1st year were declared as winner.ConvocationThe 1st Convocation of the Institute, held on 17th February, 2012 awarding degrees to 231 Graduates of Technology and Management. ViceChancellor, Lt. Gen. Dr. D.D.S. Sandhu, PVSM, ADC (Retd.) delivered the Convocation Address to the pass out students. Mr. MadhukarH. Kapoor, the Sr. Director Oracle was the Chief Guest on this occasion, equipped the passed out students with the finer tips for excelling inlife.
  30. 30. PIET Quest TechnocratsInstitute recognizes and rewards the latent talents of students in Arts, Science, Commerce stream of classes XI and XII and of final yearundergraduate students by organizing a contest covering the School, Polytechnics and Colleges in Panipat, Sonepat, Karnal, Rohtak,Kurukshetra, Panchkula and Delhi NCR regions, spanning in three rounds (the preliminary round in school/colleges and 2nd and Final roundat the campus). It is notable to mention that prizes like Activa Bike, MP3, Laptops, Mobiles, and other Scholarship in form of completeTuition fee wavier to each winner at the conclusion of the final round are awarded. The contest being a perennial feature of our institute,received a shot in arm when His Excellency Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam, Former President of India and Dr. K.Kasturirangan, Member, PlanningCommission of India, Mr. M.S.Bita, President Anti Terrorist Cell of India lauded the means and measures involved in smooth conduct ofthe exercise, paving way for successful initiation of students belonging to divergent socio-economic spheres into various engineering &post-graduate disciplines.In continuation to this culture/event some of the eminent personalities like Dr.A.Sivathanu Pillai,CEO &M.D.BRAHMOS, New Delhi, Dr.Suprabha Dahiya, IAS Commissioner,Rohtak Division, Ms. A.Mona Sreeniwas,IAS,DeputyCommissioner,Panipat, visited PIET for interaction in PIET QUEST-2012. This contest is highly beneficial to students for providing acomprehensive insight into tackling various types of competitions and the Career Counseling sessions held in the Institute’s campus byrenowned experts to help the students choosing the best option among the plethora of career opportunities available nationally and globallyto them.
  31. 31. Training & PlacementThe Institute puts in tremendous efforts to get its outstanding scholars recruited at the established multinational companies. It is a matter ofgreat pride for the institute that it organizes Job Fair at regular intervals to ensure gainful employment opportunities for the students. Theexecutives of reputed companies visit college campus to interview the talented job seekers and offer them appointment letters mentioningthe handsome packages. It is a bare fact that our 100% students got Campus Placement. The Training & Placement cell established at PIETlooks after employment avenues in the emerging Industry at national & international levels. Students from other University, Technical andVocational Institutes and Arts colleges also try their luck and get selected through join campus drives.
  32. 32. Boarding ComplexPIET offers a superb boarding complex to its students. The rooms are well-ventilated, elegant, Spacious and cozy with an accommodatingcapacity of two. There are adequate security arrangements for protecting the students from any untoward incident. The HostelSuperintendents cum counsellors interact with the students amicably and solve their intractable problems with astonishing ease.To keep the young technocrats abreast of the latest developments in the field of science, sports, politics, etc., the Institute provides DishAntenna connectivity in the boarding complex.
  33. 33. Student activity CentrePIET has created a model facility by the name of Student Activity Centre in the institute premises. It is one of the most sought after place bystudents at PIET. It houses a cafeteria with an extensive menu on the cards to satisfy the gastronomic desire of the students, an ATMmachine and a stationary shop. A Net Café is also provided within the centre so that students can access internet during round. Indoorgames like; Carom, Chess, Table Tennis, etc. are also provided as recreational activities for the relaxation of students. We encourageindividual growth by promoting a free exchange of ideas in a setting that values diversity, trust and equality.
  34. 34. Sports FacilitiesGames are an integral part of learning and are organized every year. To infuse the students with a team spirit and channelize their energyinto fruitful accomplishments, an Annual Sports Meet is held on the campus. The young sportspersons display a rare blend of strength andstamina. They wholeheartedly participate in the sports events and get an intensive training in calisthenics. The students participate in indooras well as outdoor games. The sport meet was organized on 28-29th Feb. 2012 at PIET campus, which was inaugurated by chief guest MrShiv Prasad Sharma SDM Panipat and special guest Mr. Pradeep Sheokand DSP Panipat. Aditi Soni (Girls) & Jitendra (Boys) both fromapplied science were selected as best athlete. Sport meet was closed on 29th February 2012, Chief Guest Mr. Shyam Lal Sharma, DSP,Samalkha who also encouraged the participants and distributed the medals to the winners.
  35. 35. Transport FacilityThe Institute provides exclusive transport facility from Delhi, Panipat, Karnal, Sonepat, Kurukshetra and adjoining areas. We have our ownfleet of AC and Deluxe Buses. Station from Charges AC per annum DELHI 37000/- Narela 32000/- Sonepat 15000/- Bhigen 8000/- Gannaur 8000/- Saffidon 16500/- Bahalgarh 21000/- Panipat 15000/- 20000/- Thermal (Panipat) 15500/- Karnal 19000/- 25000/- Kundli 22000/- Samalkha 5500/ Matlouda 16000/- Gharaunda 16000/- Kurukshetra 32000/- 37000/-
  36. 36. Eminent Personalities who visited the instituteDr. APJ Abdul Kalam, Former President of IndiaSh. P.C.Sharma, Member, National Human Rights Commission & Former Director, CBIDr. K.Kasturirangan, Member, Planning Commission, Govt. of India & Former Chairman ISROMr. Pradesh K.Roy, Sr. Scientist, ONGCLt. Gen. Dr. D.D.S.Sandhu, Vice Chancellor, Kurukshetra UniversityMr. M.S.Bitta, President, Anti Terrorist OrganizationJustice S.K.Jain, Punjab & Haryana High CourtProf Adinan, United KingdomMr. Michael Tittus, University of BorasSh. K.C.Jain, IT Commissioner, DelhiMs. Archana Soin, VP, HR, TV Today NetworksMr. Raghuvendra Vaidya, GM, G E EnergyMr. P K. Bhardwaj, GM (HR), Swaraj MazdaMr. Sand, CEO, Sand ProfileMr. Whitney Selke, Director, Pine Cone Hill, USAProf. Jiri Militky, Technical university of Liberec, CZEC RepublicDr. Rajesh K.Mishra, Technical University of Liberec, CZEC RepublicSh. Madhukar H.Kapoor, Sr. Director, Oracle, MumbaiSh. Alok Mittal, IG, Rohtak RangeSh. Veroniquo Feromant, FranceSh. Silvy Kogerous, FranceDr.A.Sivathanu Pillai,Distingusishit Scientist,CEO amd M.D.BRAHMOS AEROSPACE,New Delhi.Ms. Suprabha Dahiya,IAS,Commissioner,Rohtak Division.Ms. A.Mona Sreenivas IAS,,Deputy Commissioner,PanipatMs.Raj Gupta,Asstt.Vice-President,,TCSMs.SoMika Mehrotra, Head Resourcing, Global Logic
  37. 37. Legendary TalksS.K.KhannaAdministratorMA (History), LLB(Former Director, Distance Education, KU, Kurukshetra)Objectivity of life is to realize fuller contentment through performing one’s duty selflessly with utmost dedication and with in the peripheryof discipline. A purposeful existence should always be the sole driving force for we human-beings. It is rare to be born as a human being It is still more rare to be born without any deformity Even if you are born without any deformity It is rare to acquire knowledge and education Even if one could acquire knowledge and education It is still rare to do offerings and Tapas But for one who does offerings and Tapas The doors of Heaven open to greet himDr. N.D.SharmaProfessor, Dean AcademicB.Sc ( Hons.)M.Sc, Ph.D • 43 Years Experience in PG Teaching & Research • Worked as an Expert from India in Elect & Mech. Engg. Depts at MOSUL University IRAQ • Published More than 60 Research papers in National & International journals • Widely travelled to Europe, America and Asia regions • A philanthropist and well versed in French & German LanguagePIET campus has already become an Excellent Hub to build-up capacities & career in technology and management. Our focus is to engineeryoung careers who can compete at national & international levels to make their presence felt. We feel proud that our campus has alreadyreceived a PREFERRED STATUS both from parents & young students during the last five years. It is a matter of pleasure & privilege tocongratulate the students who opted to shape their career at PIET & to all those students who are eager to be part of this marvelousinstitution.
  38. 38. Prof. V.K.SharmaProfessor,Ph.D, IIT, Bombay40 Yrs Experience in Teaching & ResearchFormer HOD (Maths) University College, KUKA passionate teacher believes in putting intricacies of mathematics in a very lively and congenial environment for students so that they mayenjoy the subject.Prof. (Dr.) Puja Walia MannProfessor and Head, Business Management DepartmentPh. D, NET and JRF qualified, M.B.A., M.A. – Pol. Sc. • Coordinating the MBA and BBA courses and teaching subjects in the area of General Management, Marketing & Human Resource. • Over fourteen years of teaching & administrative experience. • Organized, chaired and participated in various National and International level seminars, conferences, workshops and faculty development programmes, etc. • Published a number of research papers in reputed national and international journals • Honored with the Award of “Best Teacher” by several organizations • Authored one of the bestselling books on E-commerce used by the students of MBA, BBA and B.Tech along with an edited book on the empirical case studies in the broader area of Management. Management education at PIET has set a benchmark for the other institutions in the region. Along with providing conductive environment for technical learning, we also aim at holistic development of the students. The teaching pedagogy has been designed in a manner to impart new knowledge and to equip the students with the best practices and techniques followed in the industry. We also understand the importance of moral values and are in the constant pursuit of making better citizens out of our students through inculcation of basics of Discipline.Prof.Dharambir Singh,Ph.DHOD,Applied Science Department Post-Doc fellow,Universsioty of Texas at Arlington,Arlington,Texas,USA(2001 to 2004). Ph.D.National PhysicalLaboratory(NPL)New Delhi 2000 Total teaching &research experienceis 17.9 years Contributed in more than 60 publications(published or communicated for publication) Guided (and/or guiding)-10 students (including M.Phil.M. Tech.,Ph.D and Tech students) Several abroad academic visits
  39. 39. PIET offers the congenial environment for learning alongwith enough opportunity to develop personal and interpersonal skills. Allthe Departments aim at providing the sound knowledge (both theoretical and practical) and hence have well equipped laboratories to impartpractical training to all the students to enhance & empower the scientific temperament. The institute provides the excellent academicenvironment with a team of highly qualified faculty members to cater the needs of the students and to inspire them to develop their technicalskills.
  40. 40. Anti RaggingRAGGING is an out-right “HUMAN RIGHT ABUSE IN ESSENCE”The following may constitute as a part and parcel of ragging: • Addressing a colleague student as “SIR” • Making juniors to forcefully sing a song, running in the ground, abuse other colleague etc. • Forcing the junior colleague to serve snacks or meals under duress. • To unrest the students and force him/her to display physical feats with or without the presence of the students. • Forcefully asking the junior colleague to obey the command of the seniors. • To pose as a Joker amongst the gathering of the colleagues. • Making the junior bereft of the attending/studying in the class or stopping him/her for taking meals. • To harass or cut jokes under duress. • Any other abnormality taking away the liberty on any student can be termed as an act of RAGGING Stringent action can be taken including filling of Criminal Cases against the errant students. • RAGGING IS AN EVEIL EQUATED BY THE HON’BLE SUPREME COURT AS A CRIMINAL ACT. • KEEP AWAY FROM THIS MENNANCE AND AVOID KEEPING INVOLVED INTO ANY CRIMINAL OFFENCE OTHERWISE YOU WILL LAND IN TROUBLES. Dear Students: Fellow-Feeling is the Life Line of Humanity
  41. 41. University Topper for the Session 2010- 2011 ExamBBA 1st & 2nd SemesterClass Name Name of Exam Marks UniversityRoll No. obtained Position 10129 Mohit Ahuja II Semester, June-2011 75% Ist 10129 Mohit Ahuja 1 Semester, January–2010 74% IstB.Tech.2809477 Mohit Kumar III Semester, January- 2010 80.61% IIIrd2810177 Mohit Rana 1 Semester January-2010 84.28% IVthMCA 1st Semester 2010 10346 Vidhi Sood MCA 1st Semester January–2010 79.03% IXthMBA overall 4th Semester 9009 Garima Chopra MBA overall 4th Semester 79.50% IVth
  42. 42. Branch wise list of topper (Institute) students of 4th year for the session 2010-11CSEName Pass %age PositionHarish Vatsa 79.20% 1st PositionVaibhav Gupta 78.70 % 2nd PositionSugandha Jain 78.43% 3rd PositionECEName Pass %age PositionReetika Aggarwal 77.91% 1st PositionAmit Sharma 77.39% 2nd PositionAmit Sapra 77.08% 3rd PositionITName Pass %age PositionAnu Jain 79.37% 1st PositionTanu Shree 77.40% 2nd PositionJyoti Kaushik 76.76% 3rd PositionMEName Pass %age PositionJahangir Hasan 76.58% 1st PositionShekhar Sarsar 75.84% 2nd PositionPardeep Kumar 75.61% 3rd PositionTEName Pass %age PositionPartibha Malik 80.59% 1st PositionGagan 76.98% 2nd PositionIsha Garg 76.01% 3rd PositionMBAName Pass %age PositionGarima Chopra 79.53% 1st PositionNeha Gaba 76.73% 2nd PositionAnuradha Batra 76.64% 3rd PositionMCAName Pass %age PositionPooja Dhiman 72.55% 1st PositionTannu Goyal 70.95% 2nd PositionRanbir Singh 66.60% 3rd Position
  43. 43. Star AchievementsTECHNICALKaran Rehlan & Karamjot Singh (III yr) presented a paper on “Our Future in Augumented Reality” and Rahul Wasan & Chirag Singhal(III yr) presented a paper on “Neural Networks ‘’ in National Conference held at IITM, Murthal on 18th -19th Nov, 2011. Yogesh (MBA Istyr) was adjudged as 3rd best speaker in Inter College Debate Competition at Hindu College of Engineering, Sonepat, Kashish Chawla,Ashish, Sumit Rathi ( ME I yr) got 3rd Position in state level Science and Technology Quiz held at Arya P.G. College,Panipat,on 20 th Sept,2011. Kashish Chawla, Lakshay Dahiya, Mukesh Kumar, Sarthak stood 1st in zonal level of robotics held at PIET on 24 th September 2011,and secured 13th rank in national level held at IIT,Delhi on 2nd-5th March, 2012.CULTURALYuv Raj Sharma (CSE III Year) secured 1st position in extempore competition in UTKARSH-2011 held at NIT KUK on 14TH September,2011. He also secured 1ST Position in poetry competition held at Dharohar Museum, Senate Hall, K.U.K. on 22nd September, 2011. Also hewas selected 1st in speech competition at Dharohar Museum, Senate Hall, KUK held on 23rd September, 2011. Further he also secured 1stPosition in poetry competition in “Dainik Jagran Poetry Competition” held at I .B . College,Panipat on 11th October, 2011. He also secured1st position in Debate Competition in Exploria held at Hindu College of Engineering, Sonepat on 04th Nov, 2011. He got 1st position inDebate competition held at DCRUST, Murthal on 11th Nov, 2011. He bagged 2nd position in Inter College ‘Prem Bajaj Memorial ElocutionCompetition’ organized by Department of Youth and Cultural Affairs held at Kurukshetra University on 15 Nov, 2011.Karan Rehlan, Karamjot Singh, Chirag Singhal & Sagar (IT, III year) got 1st prize of Rs. 5000/- and Lokesh (IT IV yr) got 2nd prize of Rs3000/- in College Intranet Competition held on 20th Oct. 2011. Rahul Narang (TE II yr) won II position in Mimicry Competition, SimerjeetSingh Babbar ( ECE II yr ) secured II position in Rock band Competition, Sahil (ECE I yr) participated in group dance in the Zonal YouthFestival held at GIMT, Yamunanagar organized by Kurukshetra University on 22nd Oct, 2011. Aditi, Neha, Rahul, Jyotsna, Sachin (ECE Iyr) participated in Play competition held at KUK on 2nd Nov, 2011. Sakshi Garg (BBA I yr ) won 2nd prize in slogan Competition held atJMIT, Radaur in Nov, 2011. Our students Rahul Narang(TE), Kartik Aghi( CSE), Isha Lakhina( MBA), Arpan(BBA), Namita( BBA) andHeena Gaba (MCA) won 3rd position in HARYANVI SKIT in a State Level Competition held at KUK on 2nd Nov, 2011. A team of PIETstudents (Sahil Gupta (MBA I yr) won 1st prize in solo song competition and Himanshu and Sahil (MBA I yr) won 1st prize in Business
  44. 44. plan Competition) In the Annual Fest held at Shri Balwant Institute of Technology, Sonepat on 4-5 nov 2011. Ankit Bahl, Megha, Parveen( MCA III yr ) participated in “ TECHNO BEE- 2011”- State Level IT Quiz for the final Year students of MCA. Ms.Preeti Sardana,!st year student participated in Face painting competition held at APIIT,Panipat and got !st Prize on 4th April, 2012.SPORTSMr. Rishit Jain(ECE II Year) had participated in the National Billiards and Snooker Championship -2012 held at Pune from 12thJanuary 2012 to 4th February 2012 representing Delhi and reached the quarter finals and hence qualified as one of the probable forrepresenting India in international events (Asian and World Championship etc). He also secured 2nd rank in Sub Junior Tournament,organized by The Billiards and Snooker Association of Maharashtra held at PYC Hindu, Gymkhana, Pune. He was awarded theHIGHEST BREAK AWARD for break of 74 (seventy four) in the Junior Snooker Event and he has been awarded a scholarship of Rs. 1.92lakhs annually by Indian Oil Corporation Ltd, On the basis of National level performance in Billiards and Snooker.In the Annual Fest held at Shri Balwant Institute of Technology, Sonepat on 4-5 Nov. 2011, a team of PIET students participated and wonseveral accolades where Aditya Tyagi (ECE II yr) won 3rd prize in Snooker, and in Basket ball Vidit Goel, Chetan (ECE III yr) won 3 rdprize. Girls Basket Ball (Akshita Godara, Ishita, Divolika, Himani, Anju, Suman, Shivambi, Bhavishya & Divya) won 1st prize.Girls Volley Ball team (Akshita Godara, Ishita, Divolika, Himani, Anju, Suman, Shivambi, Bhavishya & Divya won 2nd prize; andBoys Volley Ball team (Govind, Sandeep, Vinay, Mohit, Kapil, Hans, Bonish, Shubham, Ashish Beniwaal, Ashish, Lokesh, Balkishan won2nd prize in Inter College tournament.
  45. 45. COURSES OFFERED M.Tech. Electronics and Communcations Enginnering,Mechanical Engineering(CAD/CAM) Mechanical Engineering (Manufacturing System) Computer Science Engineering B.Tech. Electronics & Communication Engineering; Computer Science Engineering; Information Technology; Mechanical Engineering;Textile Technology and Civil Engineering Master of Business Administration; Master of Computer Applications. Bachelor of Businees Administration; Bachelor of Computer Applications* Diploma in Mechanical Engineering. (2nd Shift)
  46. 46. PANIPAT INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY, PANIPATS.No. Name Designation Status Qualifications Total Experience 1 Dr. Arun Kumar Shah Director Director PhD M.Tech B.E. Dean 2 Dr. N.D. Sharma Professor PhD M.Sc. B.Sc(Hons.) Academics 3 Prof. Vinod Kumar Sharma Professor PhD MSc B.Sc. 32y 4 Mr. S.K. Khanna Administrator Administrator M.A. LL.B. 5 Mr. L.R. Baweja Registrar Registrar B.A. M.A.(Eng.),M.Lib.Sc., 6 Mr. Rajender Kumar Librarian Librarian PhD* B.Lib.Sc. M.Phil., PGDCA 4.5 y DEPARTMENT OF APPLIED SCIENCE Post- M.Sc., M.Phil, Post- 1 Dr. Dharmbir Singh Professor (Physics) HOD PhD Doc Fellow (USA) Doc Fellow 17 yrs. Associate Prof. 2 Dr. Parveen Kumar (Chemistry) PhD M.Sc. B.Sc., B.Ed. 11 yrs. 3 Dr. Sanjeev Kumar Associate Prof. (Maths) PhD M.Sc., M.Phil B.Sc. 11 yrs. Assistant Professor 4 Ms. Deepti Manchanda (Maths) M.Sc., M.Phil B.Sc., B.Ed. 5 yrs. Assistant Professor NET, 5 Mr. Dinesh Duhan (Chem.) PhD* M.Sc, M.Tech. B.Sc. GATE 7 yrs. 6 Mr. Dinesh Kumar Assistant Professor (Phy) PhD* M.Sc., PGDCA B.Sc, B.ED 5 yrs. Assistant Professor 7 Ms. Neha Garg (Eng.) M.A., M.Phil. B.A.(Hons), B.ED 2 yrs. M.Sc.,M.Phil, M.ED, 8 Ms. Shikha Bhatia Assistant Professor (Phy) M.A(Edu) B.Sc, B.ED 5 yrs. Assistant Professor 9 Ms. Vinod Kumari (Chem.) PhD* M.Sc., M.Phil B.Sc., B.Ed. 5 yrs. Assistant Professor 10 Ms. Manju Rani (Maths) M.Sc., M.Phil. B.A. 3 yrs. Assistant Professor (Bio- NET, 11 Ms. Shilpa Tyagi tech) PhD* M.Sc. B.Sc. JRF,SRF 4 months Assistant Professor NET, 12 Dr. Jugmendra Singh (Maths) PhD M.Sc. B.Sc. GATE 7 yrs. Assistant Professor 13 Ms. Meenakshi Hooda (Maths) M.Sc. B.Sc. 2y
  47. 47. Assistant Professor 14 Mr. Satish Kumar (Maths) PhD* MSc B.Sc. 9y 15 Mr. Sandeep Goel Assistant Professor (Phy) M.Sc. B.Sc. 1.5y Assistant Professor (Bio- 16 Mr. Ravinder Kumar tech) M.Tech B.Tech. (Biotech) 3 yrs 17 Ms. Preeti Chhokkar Lecturer (Phy) M.Sc. B.Sc., B.ED 2 yrs. DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGINEERINGS.No. Name Designation Status Qualifications 1 Mr. Jaspal Kumar Associate Professor HOD PhD* M.Tech B.Tech -- 12y 2 Mr. Rajesh Kumar Assistant Professor M.Tech. (ECE) B.E. (ECE) 7 yrs. 3 Ms. Ritu Munjal Assistant Professor M.E. (ECE) B.E. (ECE) 4.1 yrs. 4 Mr.Sandeep Kumar Assistant Professor M.Sc., M.Tech. (ECE) B.Sc. 2 yrs. 6 Ms. Sapna Arora Assistant Professor M.Tech B.Tech GATE 3 yrs. 7 Mr.Harish Sharma Assistant Professor M.Tech B.E.(ECE) 8 months 8 Mr. Kamal Kant Kashyap Assistant Professor M.Tech B.Tech 4 yrs. 9 Mr. Sumit Assistant Professor M.Tech B.E.(EE) Nil 10 Mr. Sardul Singh Dhayal Assistant Professor M.Tech B.E. Nil 11 Mr. Deepender Dabas Assistant Professor M.E. B.E. 6.10 yrs. 12 Mr.Anil Kumar Assistant Professor PhD* M.E. B.E. -- 8.2y 13 Mr. Deepak Batra Assistant Professor PhD* M.S. B.E. -- 6y 14 Ms. Anita Jain Assistant Professor M.Tech B.Tech (ECE) 3.5 yrs. 15 Mr. Vibhu Jaitley Assistant Professor M.S. (VLSI) B.Tech -- 1.5y 16 Ms. Renu Kumari Assistant Professor M.Tech* B.Tech -- Nil 17 Mr. Jassu Kumar Assistant Professor M.Tech* B.E. GATE 7.6y 18 Ms. Swati Gupta Assistant Professor M.E. B.E. 9.5y 19 Mr. Dhruv Malik Assistant Professor M.Tech B.Tech 4.5y DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE & ENGINEERING
  48. 48. 1 Mr. Suresh Chand Gupta Associate Professor HOD PhD* M.Tech (CSE) B.Tech (CSE) 16 yrs.2 Mr. Pradeep Kumar Assistant Professor M.Tech (CSE) B.E.(CSE) 12 yrs.3 Mr. Mukesh Chawla Assistant Professor PhD* M.Tech (CSE) B.Tech(CS) 7 yrs. Warden4 Ms. Pooja Sethi Assistant Professor M.Tech (CS) B.Tech(CS) (Girls) 4.4 yrs.5 Mr. Vishal Khurana Assistant Professor M.Tech (CSE) B.Tech (CS) 5 yrs.6 Mr. Amit Rathi Assistant Professor M.Tech B.Tech GATE 4 yrs.7 Mr. Deepak Singla Assistant Professor M.Tech B.Tech 2.5 yrs.8 Mr. Akshat Jain Assistant Professor M.Tech (CSE) B.Tech (IT) Nil9 Mr. Deepak Sethi Assistant Professor M.Tech B.Tech 1.3 yrs.10 Ms. Nishant Prabhat Assistant Professor M.Tech B.Tech GATE Nil11 Mr. Shekhar Singh Assistant Professor M.Tech B.Tech(CSE) Nil12 Mr. Navneet Verma Lecturer M.Tech* B.Tech (CS) 4 yrs.13 Ms. Swati Kamra Lecturer M.Tech* B.Tech.(CSE) 2.5 yrs14 Ms. Shivani Batra Lecturer B.E.(CSE) 3.5 yrs.15 Mr. Deepak Kumar Assistant Professor M.Tech B.Tech(CS) 3 yrs.16 Ms. Simran R. Chaudhary Pro-term Lecturer M.Tech* B.Tech GATE Nil DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY1 Mr. Harish Chugh Associate Professor HOD PhD* M.Sc., M.Tech (IT) B.A. 10 yrs.2 Ms. Shalini Goel Assistant Professor PhD* M.Tech (CSE) B.Tech(CSE) 10 yrs.3 Mr. Vishal Batra Assistant Professor M.Sc., M.Tech. (IT) Dipl(EE) 2.3 yrs.4 Ms. Meenakshi Aggarwal Assistant Professor M.Tech(CS) B.Tech(CS) 3.2 yrs.5 Mr. Rattandeep Aneja Assistant Professor M.Tech(CS) B.E.(CS) 7.4 yrs.6 Mr. Sorabh Gupta Assistant Professor PhD* M.Tech(CSE) B.Tech(IT) 6 yrs.7 Mr. Sunil Kumar Assistant Professor M.Tech(CSE) B.Tech(CSE) 5 yrs.8 Ms. Punita Arora Lecturer M.Tech* B.Tech. 2.8 yrs.9 Ms. Mitu Sehgal Lecturer M.Tech* B.Tech. 3.6 yrs.
  49. 49. 10 Mr. Arun Sangwan Pro-term Lecturer MBA, M.Tech* B.Tech(IT) 1.8 yrs.11 Ms.Ritu Bansal Pro-term Lecturer B.Tech 10 months DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING1 Mr. Gulshan Chauhan Associate Professor HOD PhD* M.Tech. (ME) B.E. (Hons) 17 yrs.2 Mr. Sunil Dhull Assistant Professor M.E. B.Tech 5 yrs.3 Mr. Ajay Singh Assistant Professor M.Tech B.Tech. 1.7 yrs.4 Mr. Pardeep Sharma Assistant Professor M.Tech. B.Tech 5 yrs.5 Mr. Digvijay Rana Assistant Professor M.Tech B.Tech 1 yr.6 Mr. Gyanendar Assistant Professor M.Tech B.Tech 2.2 yrs7 Mr. Neeraj Jawa Assistant Professor M.Tech B.Tech GATE Nil8 Mr. Naveen Kumar Assistant Professor M.Tech B.Tech 2.8 yrs.9 Mr. Sunil Kadyan Assistant Professor M.Tech B.Tech 10 months10 Mr. Rajesh Gautam Assistant Professor PhD* M.Tech B.Tech 3.8 yrs.11 Mr. Satish Sharma Assistant Professor M.Tech B.Tech 4 yrs.12 Mr. Sandeep Ohlan Assistant Professor M.Tech B.Tech 1.9y13 Mr. Amit Kr. Dubey Lecturer B.Tech. 4 yrs.14 Mr. Kushal Kamboj Lecturer B.Tech. 2 yrs.15 Mr. Sachin Kumar Pro-term Lecturer B.Tech 1 yr16 Mr. Pardeep Ranga Pro-term Lecturer B.Tech GATE 1 yr17 Mr. Pardeep Kumar Pro-term Lecturer B.Tech 1 yr18 Mr. Jai Kumar Pro-term Lecturer B.Tech DEPARTMENT OF TEXTILE TECHNOLOGY1 Mr. Subhasish Pal Assistant Professor HOD M.Tech B.Sc.(Tech) 4 yrs.2 Mr. Amit Madhu Assistant Professor M.Tech B.Tech 2 yrs.3 Mr. Sukhdev Singh Assistant Professor B.Tech 5 yrs.
  50. 50. 4 Mr. Rajesh Kumar Assistant Professor M.Tech B.Tech Nil5 Mr. Subhankar Maity Assistant Professor M.Tech B.Tech GATE Nil6 Mr. Biswajit Saha Assistant Professor M.Tech B.Tech GATE 6.5 yrs.7 Mr. Saurabh Garg Assistant Professor M.Tech B.Tech GATE Nil8 Mr. Kunal Singha Assistant Professor M.Tech B.Tech GATE Nil9 Mr Manoj Kumar Assistant Professor M.Tech* B.Tech GATE Nil10 Kumari Anupam Pro-term Lecturer Mtech* BTech 0.4 y11 Mr. Pulak Debnath Assistant Professor M.Tech B.Tech GATE Nil DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION1 Prof. Puja Walia Mann Professor HOD PhD MBA, MA(Pol Sc) B.A. 14 yrs. Chief2 Mr. Nitin Varma Associate Professor PGDM B.Tech Warden 18 yrs.3 Ms. Manimala Assistant Professor MBA B.Com 5.5 yrs.4 Ms. Suman Madan Assistant Professor M.Com, M.Phil, MBA B.Com 4 yrs.5 Mr. Akhilesh Mishra Assistant Professor M.Sc., PGDM B.Sc. 2.2 yrs.6 Ms. Richa Mahajan Assistant Professor MBA B.Com 1.6 yrs7 Ms. Shilpi Arora Assistant Professor MBA B.Com 6 months8 Ms. Pooja Gupta Assistant Professor MBA B.Com Nil9 Ms. Megha Kapoor Assistant Professor MBA B.Com 1 yr.10 Ms. Preeti Assistant Professor PhD* MBA, MPhil B.A. 4 yrs.11 Ms. Sandhya Chugh Assistant Professor MBA B.Com. NET Nil12 Mr. Atul Gautam Assistant Professor MBA B.Com. 3.9y13 Mr. Saurarbh Garg Assistant Professor MBA B.Com. 7.5y14 Ms. Anita Sharma Assistant Professor MFA B.Com. 3y15 Mr. Yogesh Verma Pro-term Lecturer PGDM BCA -- 6y16 Ms. Monika Rani Teaching Associate MBA B.Com. Nil
  51. 51. DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER APPLICATIONS M.Sc., M.Tech(CSE),1 Mr. Vinay Goyal Assistant Professor HOD PhD* MCA B.Sc. 7 yrs.2 Mr. Satyawan Assistant Professor MCA B.Sc. 4.4 yrs. MCA, M.Phil.,3 Ms. Deepti Arora Assistant Professor BCA M.Tech* 5.8 yrs.4 Ms. Shabnam Kwatra Assistant Professor MCA, M.Phil. B.A. (with Maths) 6.8 yrs.5 Ms. Nisha Assistant Professor MCA B.Sc. 3.6 yrs.6 Ms. Shweta Arora Assistant Professor MCA, M.Tech* B.Sc.(Comp. Sc.) 3.10yrs7 Ms. Sumiti Sehgal Assistant Professor MCA B.Sc. 3.7 yrs.8 Ms. Sonia Arora Assistant Professor MCA BCA M.Phil 7.5y9 Mr. Gaurav Arya Assistant Professor MCA BIS 1.5y10 Ms. Nishchint Malhotra Lecturer MCA B.Sc.(Comp. Sc.) 2.9 yrs.11 Ms. Isha Munjal Pro-term Lecturer MCA BCA -- 2.4y12 Mr. Rohit Sharma Assistant Professor MCA BCA -- 2.5y * PURSUING