Welcome to KC College of Engineering & IT

K.C. College of Engineering and Information Technology, Nawanshahr was established by K.C. Social Welfare Trust (Regd), Nawanshahr. The college is ISO 9001:2000 certified institute and is approved by AICTE, New Delhi, Ministry of H.R.D., Govt. of India and is affiliated to Punjab Technical University, Jalandhar. At present the college offers B.Tech degree courses in:

M.Tech (Full Time)
(a) M. Tech (CSE)
(b) M. Tech (ME)


MBA
Master of Business Administration
B.Tech
i) Electronics & Commu. Engineering
ii) Computer Science & Engineering
iii) Mechanical Engineering
iv) Electrical Engineering
v) Information Technology
vi) Civil Engineering

The College also offers 2-year post graduate programs leading to the award of degree of Master of Business Administration (MBA). The program is approved by AICTE New Delhi, and PTU Jalandhar and has an intake capacity of 60 students.


The college plans to introduce a B.Tech. degree course in Civil Engineering from the ensuing academic session.

The College has highly qualified and renowned faculty members. The laboratories are well equipped. The library has over 20000 books related to various fields of engineering and business administration and is fully computerized. The College also subscribes to nearly 70 National and International Journals. The students are encouraged to take part in extra- and co- curricular activities for overall development of their personality. The college has developed infrastructure for students to undertake M.Tech. and Ph.D research projects in the field of Computer Science & Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Electrical Engineering and is likely to start M Tech. progremmes from the next academic session.

Round the clock free Internet facility is available. Campus wide computer networking is operating through Wi-Fi. Separate hostels for boys and girls are also available. The college also offers academic scholarships and fee concessions to the deserving students.

Approval Letter of KC Engineering College

Principal

Message

Education, wealth and strength are necessary for everyone. But the value of each of them depends on the way you use it. Education without character, politics without principles and commerce without morality are not only useless, but positively dangerous. Education is the ornament for human beings. It is the secret wealth. It is to be valued not as means of earning one’s livelihood, but as the essential requisite for a happy, peaceful and progressive life. Engineering offers a highly rewarding and lucrative career – one in which you can apply intuitive, imaginative and creative ideas to find appropriate solutions to the challenges facing our society. I wish you success in sharing knowledge, ideas and solving important societal needs and issues. However, the ‘Success in life’ will certainly depend upon creating high ethical and moral values besides imparting and inculcating up-to date knowledge and skills.

On behalf of KC College of Engineering & IT, I wish you all the best in your personal and professional career.

Dr. Atul Kumar
Principal & Campus Director

Dean Academics

Er. Geetesh Goga

K.C. College of Engineering and I.T., Nawanshahr is a center of enlightenment where we up bring young talents in different fields of Engineering and Technology. Our major emphasis of imparting technical training to encourage curiosity and innovativeness among our students and the foundation from where they can acquire quick learning ability and adaptively with the fast changing needs of the industry. Our campus provides students with the opportunities to gain and use knowledge to build successful lives and careers, and become an integral part of the community. We continue to strive to meet our mission to mold youth into world-class technocrats of tomorrow who would endeavor to increase the quality of life for human kind.

Name: Er. Geetesh Goga
Designation: Dean Academic
Email: dean@kcinstitutes.com
Contact No. : 8872088408

Infrastructure

The College provides all the modern sports facilities to the students. The college has separate playgrounds for cricket, football, hockey, volleyball and lawn tennis. The gymnasium hall of the college remains open from early morning till late in the evening. The Institute has well-equipped indoor games facilities for Badminton, Table Tennis, Chess and Carom etc. Apart from the above mentioned facilities games and sports students have the following facilities for quality education:

  • Well-Equipped laboratories.
  • Well-stocked library over 10000 books.
  • Subscribription to 50 national and International Journals.
  • Interactive classrooms and emphasis on e-education.
  • Round the clock Internet facility.
  • The Campus-wide Wi-Fi based computer networking.
  • 125 KVA Diesel Generator set with supply to whole campus.
  • Well furnished separate hostels for boys and girls and a canteen.
  • Well laid out playgrounds and Gymnasium.
  • Academic Scholarships and fee concession to deserving students.
  • Pb. Govt. bus pass and railway pass facilities in addition to college transport facilities.

The following Workshops have been setup:

Machine shop, Fitting Shop,Smithy & Forging Shop, Carpentry & Pattern making Shop, Welding Shop, Sheet metal Shop, Electrical & Electronics Shop, Foundry Shop.

All these workshops have the necessary equipment and tools for practical training, the prominent among these being, lathes( 5 nos.), Milling Machine, Shaper , Drilling Machine, Power Hacksaw, Bench grinder, surface plate, bench vices, melting furnaces for foundry, 2 open hearth furnaces for smithy, gas welding set, Electric welding sets, metal sheet cutter and various types of tools and work benches, spot welding, TIG, MIG.

The college has established a high tech. state of the art computer lab with powerful Dual Core Machines with 17 inch flat TFT screens. For effective teaching and learning the college provides for overhead projectors and LCD projectors.

Hostel: Separate Hostel are available to.both boys and girls. The seats in the hostels are allotted on first come first serve basis. The rules of the hostel and related forms, a student is required to fill before admission, are given at the end of the prospectus.

Labs - Details
1. Fluid Mechanics Lab:

Our Fluid Mechanics lab is well-equipped with latest equipment & apparatus to conduct various experiments related to fluid mechanics as per P.T.U. norms giving them the practical knowledge of the theoretical study. For the convenience of the students, Laboratory-manuals are regularly displayed on the Laboratory Notice Board. Sufficient apparatus and equipment are available to minimize the number of groups of students performing the particular experiment. Sufficient Faculty, Technical staff and staff members are available to give individual attention to the students.

Following equipments are available in this lab :-

S.No.

Equipment List

1

Metacentric height App.

2

Verification of Bernaulli’s Equation Apparatus.

3

Venturi Meter & Orifice meter

4

Measurement of Co-efficient of discharge with V-Notch/Rectangular Notch.

5

Reynold’s App.

6

Hydraulic Coefficient App.

7

Pipe friction App.

8

Minor Head Loss App.

9

Pitot Static Tube App.

10

Free and forced vortex flow Experiment


2. Surveying Lab:

Our Surveying lab is well-equipped with latest equipments & apparatus to conduct various experiments in field of surveying as per P.T.U. norms. The Concepts in Surveying Laboratory was established to allow students use of state-of-the-art surveying and plotting equipment. The functionality of the laboratory lies outside, where students are expected to actively survey and plot complicated sets of data points, automatically entering the information into CAD type systems for further dissemination. For the convenience of the students, Laboratory-manuals are regularly displayed on the Laboratory Notice Board. Sufficient Faculty, Technical staff and staff members are available to give individual attention to the students. Major equipments required as per PTU syllabus is available , these include Theodolites, chains, arrows, plumb bob, offset rods, ranging rods, total station, EDM, staff, etc.


3. Strength of Materials Lab :

Our SOM lab is well-equipped with latest equipments & apparatus to conduct various experiments related to the strength and hardness of various different materials, beams and columns as per P.T.U. norms. The objective of the strength of materials lab. is to demonstrate the basic principles in the area of strength and mechanics of materials and structural analysis to the undergraduate students through a series of experiments. Tests such as the tension tests of a steel coupon, torsion of model circular sections and bending of a steel bar are conducted in the lab. Model truss and frames are also employed to illustrate the theory in structural analysis and the basic plastic theory of bending. The students are also introduced to the data acquisition system (Strain gauges and dial gauges etc) used in experimental study. For the convenience of the students, Laboratory-manuals are regularly displayed on the Laboratory Notice Board. Sufficient Faculty, Technical staff and staff members are available to give individual attention to the students.

Following equipments are available in this lab :

S.No.

Equipment List

1.

UTM Machine

2.

Compression Testing M/C

3.

Brinell / Rockwell Hardness Tester

4.

Impact Testing M/C

5.

Torsion Testing M/C

6.

Fatigue Testing M/c

7.

Simple Supported Beam

8.

Long column arrangement

9

Spring Testing M/C


4. Concrete Technology Lab:

Our SOM lab is well-equipped with latest equipments & apparatus to conduct various experiments related to the construction works as per P.T.U norms. The Concrete Technology Lab was designed to offer support to the construction. It performs activities related to the control and quality of concrete structures besides the technological analysis of concrete basic construction materials, from their origin. The Lab's field of action also includes soil mechanics and applied geology. Laboratory-manuals are regularly displayed on the Laboratory Notice Board. Sufficient Faculty, Technical staff and staff members are available to give individual attention to the students.

Following equipments are available in this lab :-

S.No.

Equipment List

1

Vicat Apparatus

2

Le- Chatelier Apparatus

3

Compressive Testing Machine (200 ton)

4

Standard Test Sieve Apparatus

5

Hos Specific Gravity Apparatus with Digital Balance

6

Slump Apparatus

7

Vee – Bee Consistometer

8

Rebound Hammer

9

Bulking Apparatus for fine & coarse aggregate


5. Structure Lab:

The structural analysis is a mathematical algorithm process by which the response of a

Structure to specified loads and actions is determined. This response is measured by

determining the internal forces or stress resultants and displacements or deformations through-out the structure. The structural analysis is based on engineering mechanics, mechanics of solids, laboratory research, model and prototype testing, experience and engineering judgment. The basic methods of structural analysis are flexibility and stiffness methods. The flexibility method is also called force method and compatibility method. The stiffness method is also called displacement method and equilibrium method. These methods are applicable to all type of structures. The examples of such structures are beams, arches, cables, plane trusses, space trusses, plane frames, plane grids and space frames. Laboratory-manuals are regularly displayed on the Laboratory Notice Board. Sufficient Faculty, Technical staff and staff members are available to give individual attention to the students.

Following equipments are available in this lab :-

S.No.

Equipment List

1

Apparatus for Verification of Clerk's Maxwell Reciprocal Theorem

2

ELASTIC PROPERTIES OF DEFLECTED BEAM APP.

3

Elastically Coupled Beam Apparatus

4

Continuous Beam Apparatus

5

Columns and Struts Apparatus

Sr. No

Laboratory

Equipment

1

Engineering Materials and Metallurgy Lab

Muffle Furnace, Polishing Machines, Microscopes, Jomney End Quench apparatus and more.

2

Strength of Materials Lab

Universal Testing Machine, Creep & Fatigue Testing Machine, Hardness Testing, Impact Testing Machine, Wood Testing Machine.

3

Fitting Shop

Equipped with drilling machines, power hacksaw and all the equipments required for fitting purposes.

4

Carpentry Shop

Wood working machine, lathes, drilling machine etc. with wood cutting tools and other equipment.

5

Welding Shop

D.C. Generator, A.C. Generator arrangement for arc welding, Tig Welding, Mig. Welding, Oxy-acetylene welding, brazing and soldering, butt welding and seam welding.

6

Foundry Shop

Fumace, facility of pit bench and floor modeling, along with tools and other accessories.

7

Machine Shop

Lathe, drilling machines, shapers, milling machines, slotters etc.

8

Theory of Machines Lab

Apparatus for Universal Governer, Universal vibration, Epicydic dear train, Cam Analysis Machine, Motorised Gyroscope and others.

9

Applied Thermodynamics Lab

Axial flow fan test rig. Section model of two stroke diesel engine,Compressor test rig. Centrifugal blower test rig, multicylinder petrol engine T.R. with hydraulic dynamometer, simple cylinder diesel engine test rig with rope brake dynamometer.

10

Fluid Mechanics Lab

Study of flow measurement devices. Bernoulli Apparatus, Reynould’s apparatus for : (i) Bernoulli’s theorem (ii) Reynould’s Pitot, Orifice, Mouth Piece Notches, Metacentric height of ship model.

11

Machine Design Lab

Models of Transmission components such as gears, clutches, flywheel ,belts, springs and many more.

12

Heat Transfer Lab

Parallel & Counter Flow Heat Exchanger, apparatus for measuring heat transfer properties under natural and forced convention.

13

Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Lab

Refrigerators, Section models of : (i) hermatically sealed compressor (ii) Semi sealed Compressor (iii) Window A/c testrig (iv) Refrigeration test rig and others.

14

Automobile Engineering Lab

Engine models and sections of various types of differential and engines, other automobile parts and Maruti car for displaying parts.

15

Mechanical Measurement and Metrology Lab

Profile Projector, Todo Microscope, Surface Texture Apparatus and other sophisticated measuring instruments.

16

Numerical Methods Lab

30 Systems to solve problems.

17

Computer Aided Drafting Lab

Equipped with Auto-CAD ,PRO-E

18

Fluid Machinery Lab

Test Rigs for (i) Francis Turbine, Pelton Wheel Turbine,Reciprocating Pump, Centrifugal Pump and much more.

19

Industrial Automation and Robotics Lab

Pneumatic and Hydraulic Trainer Kits.

20

Computer Aided Design/Computer Aided Manufacturing Lab

CNC Machine-Sinewave 200

21

Mechanical Vibrations Lab

Vibration Test Rig

The department has following labs:-

1. Digital Electronics Lab

2. Analog Electronics Lab

3. Microwave & Radar Lab

4. Very Large Scale Integration (VLSI ) Design Lab

5. Linear Integrated Circuit (LIC) Lab

6. Microcontroller Lab

7. Microprocessor Lab

8. Digital Logic & Circuit Design Lab

9. Electronic Devices & Networks Lab

10. Analog Communication Lab

11. Digital Communication Lab

12. Digital Signal Processing Lab

13. Embedded system Lab

 


1. Digital Electronic Lab :

 

This lab continues our exploration of transistor switching circuits to include logic gates, latches, and flip-flops. We explore combinational circuits e.g. MUX, Encoder, Parity generators, code converters etc. and sequential circuits e.g. flip-flops, shift registers, counters etc. using small arrays of flip-flops.

 


2. Electronic Devices & Networks Lab:

This lab includes the study of characteristics and determination of device parameters of various solid-state devices. This consists of Static Characteristics of transistor under CE, CB, CC and determination of hybrid parameters, parameter determination of JFET, semiconductor diode, zener diode and voltage regulator circuits, UJT and its application as a relaxation oscillator, Photodiode, Single phase half wave and full wave rectifiers with inductive and capacitive filters. Phase shift oscillators and Wien bridge oscillators, Frequency response of common emitter amplifiers and Differential amplifiers using FET.

 


3. Communication Lab:

 

The purpose of this laboratory is to train the students to be familiar with Analog communication systems: amplitude and angle modulation and demodulation systems, spectral analysis of these operations, super heterodyne noise conditions.

Digital communication systems: pulse code modulation (PCM), Differential Pulse Code Modulation (DPCM), Delta modulation (DM), digital modulation schemes-amplitude, phase and frequency shift keying schemes (ASK, PSK, FSK), matched filter receivers, bandwidth consideration and probability of error calculations for these schemes, GSM, TDMA.

 


4. Linear Integrated Circuit Lab :

 

The Linear Integrated circuits has been taught as a required course for electronics engineering technology .The Linear Integrated Circuits course introduces the concept and application of operational amplifiers, inverting amplifier, Voltage-Controlled Current-Source (VCIS), Slew Rate, Comparators .This lab tell us that integrated circuits were made possible by experimental discoveries which showed that semiconductor devices could perform the functions of vacuum tubes. The integration of large numbers of tiny transistors into a small chip was an enormous improvement over the manual assembly of circuits using electronic components.

 


5. Microprocessor Lab

Microprocessors are regarded as one of the most important devices in our everyday machines called computers. This lab tells us semiconductor technology of their design (TTL, transistor-transistor logic; CMOS, complementary-metal-oxide semiconductor; or ECL, emitter-coupled logic), by the width of the data format (4-bit, 8-bit, 16-bit, 32-bit, or 64-bit) they process; and by their instruction set. Microprocessors have been described in many different ways. They have been compared with the brain and the heart of humans.

 


6. Very Large Scale Integration (VLSI) Design Lab

VLSI Design Lab consists of VLSI design, computer-aided design, design analysis, design implementation, simulation and testing. We are providing the practical knowledge of VLSI by using XILINX ISE 9.2i and ModelSim5.8c simulator. Trainer kits are provided with the latest FPGA and CPLD to implement the design. This lab provides basic and advanced facilities for UG coursework related experiments, project work.


7. MATLAB Lab:-

 

In this lab we are using MATLAB 7.9.0 to get the practical knowledge of control systems, digital signal processing and how to design filters and to get the desired response.

MATLAB is a high-level language and interactive environment that enables you to perform computationally intensive tasks faster. MATLAB is dedicated to working with matrices, vectors, arrays and MATLAB, of course.

 


8. Microwave and Radar Lab

To understand the functionality of microwave components such as directional couplers, Tees etc. To calculate the VSWR, frequency, Gain and Wavelength we provide the required apparatus. Different techniques are use to calculate Voltage standing wave ratio, frequency, gain, impedance and wavelength etc. and to see the performance of Klystron, Reflex Klystron.

 

Electrical Engineering Labs

� Department is having well equipped labs which are sufficient enough to conduct, experiments as per university syllabus..

The department of Electrical Engineering boasts of ultra-modern labs with state of art equipment for carrying out the practical sessions for the students. The various labs possessed by the department are as under:

1. Basic electrical & Electronics Engineering Lab.

The objective of this lab is to give the basic practical knowledge in the field of electrical and electronics Engg. and to develop the students' ability to apply the specific procedures to analyze the fundamentals of electrical and electronics Engg. systems.

This lab covers the basic topics like RLC circuits, Line and phase voltage and line and phase current relationship in case of star and delta systems, 3 phase induction motor,various tests on transformer, Different methods to control the speed of dc motor. Study of different gates, LVDT, different types of indicating instruments and semi conductor devices

2. Power System Lab.

Power is the need of hour, so this lab is the one which satisfies this demand i.e-it prepares the students for the careers in power sector. Today power system has become a vast field which deals with switchgear, protection and various switching devices. In our power system lab we have the availability of static and electromechanical relays for study. Besides this, transformer oil testing facilities are also available for the students.

3. AC & DC Machine Lab.

The objective of AC & DC Lab is to familiarize the student with various Electrical Machinery and improve upon their knowledge. Electrical Machines Labs consist of latest D.C. & A.C. machines to perform various tests viz. starting, speed control, O.C. & S.C. test, Hoppkinson's test, Scott connection, parallel connections of different machines, suitable starters and loading arrangements for machines, measuring instruments of all types needed for the laboratory experiments.

The Electrical Machines Labs are utilized by all branches for their lab work and project work. Besides, the faculty members can utilize the facilities for their research.

Major Equipment�s in Ac & DC Machines Labs :

  1. AC Induction Machine
  2. Squirrel Cage Induction Machine
  3. Slip Sing Induction Machine
  4. Single Phase Transformer
  5. Three Phase Transformer
  6. DC Shunt Motor
  7. DC Series Motor
  8. DC Compound Motor
  9. DC Shunt Generator
  10. DC Series Generator
  11. DC Compound Generator

The Lab houses Electrical Machine Lab-I as well as Electrical Machine Lab-II as per course curriculum.

4. Power Electronics Lab.

The main objective of power electronics lab is to make the students familiar with latest technologies, that are based on solid state devices( like Thyristors, UJT and MOSFET�s with triggering modules). This provides the basic practical knowledge like thyristorised speed control of dc and induction motors, control of frequency using cycloconverter and application of power electronics in electrical drives and machines.

The applications or power devices are in alarm circuit, lamp flasher, rectifiers, choppers, inverters. It is also used for commutation circuits.

5. Electrical Measurements and Measuring Instruments Lab.

The main objective of this lab is to make students familiar with latest electrical measuring instruments and to provide the basic knowledge of measurement to understand working of other instruments used for the measurement of other electrical quantities.

This lab includes instruments for measuring resistances, inductances, capacitance which includes wheatstone, Kelvin, Maxwell ,Anderson,Schering bridges.This also provides basic knowledge of principle Electromechanical instruments and frequency and phase measurements.

6. CAPSA LAB.

After theoretical part, analysis of that thing is the important part of our study, so this lab provides insight into computer aided techniques of power system networks. This analysis is done by using ETAP software, power word simulator and MATLAB.

This gives a chance to evaluate performance, safety, efficiency, reliability and economics of power delivery system. It covers load flow, optimal power flow, short circuit analysis and transient stability analysis for a.c. and d.c systems.

7. Control & Instrumentation Lab.

Control & Instrumentation Lab Of Electrical & Electronics Engg. Department is well equipped with different types of Trainer Kits to perform Various Experiments e.g. Speed control of AC & DC motors, Servo motors, CRTs to view the wave forms and calculate the Various parameters of Experiment.

Computer Science & Engineering Labs

>> Department is having well equipped labs which are sufficient enough to conduct, experiments as per university syllabus.

>> Departmental labs have the provision to conduct one or two additional experiments which are related to syllabus

>> We have Microsoft Campus Agreement and are also an IBM center of excellence

>> Description of various labs is shown below-

Room No

Laboratory

Equipment’s

Operating System Lab

Operating System

25PC of HCL with(1GB RAM,160 GB HDD) Red Hat LINUX, UNIX

IBS Lab

Introduction to Business System

25PC(1GB RAM,160 GB HDD), Cobol

Java Lab

Java

21PC(1GB RAM,160 GB HDD), Java Compiler, Matlab

Dotnet Lab

Dot Net

21PC(1GB RAM,160 GB HDD), Visual Studio, Matlab

OOP’s Lab

Object Oriented programming

25 PC’s of (80 GB HDD, 256 MB RAM), C/C++

SE Lab

Software Engineering

25 PC’s of (80 GB HDD, 256 MB RAM) Smart Draw

SLLP Lab

SLLP

25 PC(80 GB,256 MB), INTERNET, PROLOG

DSPM Lab

Data Structure

25 PC(80 GB,256 MB), INTERNET, C/C++

Hardware Lab

Hardware Lab- Asynchronous Transfer Mode,

Computer Networks

Hubs, Switches, Crimping Tool Kits, Simulators, Disassembled Components of Computer system, USB Cables

FCPIT Lab

Fundamentals of Computer Programming & IT

25PC of (1GB RAM,160 GB HDD),C++

MP Lab

Major Project Lab

20PC of (80 GB HDD, 256 MB RAM) , Java, Dotnet, Internet, Simulators

Net Lab

Net Facility to students

30PC of (80 GB HDD, 256 MB RAM)

Oracle Lab

Database Management System

26PC of HCL(2 GB RAM,160 GB HDD), Window XP, ORACLE 10 G, Microsoft Office 2007, Microsoft Security Essentials, LCD projector

Besides this we have well equipped labs to conduct PG program’s as per University curriculum.

Quality Policy

VISION

To make the college a preferred choice for national and international students seeking engineering education and the companies seeking technically competent, well trained and motivated workforce by achieving the highest order of excellence in teaching and research.



MISSION

To provide an integrated learning environment to enable students to grow towards their fullest potential and meet the high expectations of Industry and Society.



Quality Policy

We, at KC College of Engineering & IT strive for providing and excelling in education, sports, extracurricular, and co-curricular activities for effective implementation of quality management processes for attaining the maximum level of students satisfaction.



Quality Objectives

· To ensure high achievement of students in academics and preparing them for life and leadership.

· To provide a value added education to make students more employable

· To provide adequate and well qualified staff committed to student learning and organizational setup.

· To continually improve student services and support systems to create an ambience conducive to learning and overall personality development of students

· To evolve and implement responsive, reliable and efficient management and administrative mechanisms.

Rules

College Rules

  1. The students are advised to keep themselves aware of the College rules. Ignorance of rules shall not be an excuse for violation.
  2. Loud talking, loitering or congregating in the verandas, being a source of distraction and annoyance to others, is not permitted.
  3. Late arrival and early departure at or from a class are recorded as absence from the class.
  4. Students are expected to observe decorum and pay due respect to the faculty and supporting staff. Every member of the staff has authority to forbid disorderly behavior with in the college.
  5. Students will not operate any machinery / equipment without the permission of the instructor.
  6. Use of mobile phone is strictly prohibited. Strict disciplinary action (as decided by the principal) would be taken against student found using a mobile phone inside or outside the classroom.
  7. No responsibility will be accepted by the college for any injury, loss or damage to the personal articles of students.
  8. The students at the college require attention and diligence. A student neglecting his / her studies and having unsatisfactory progress will be given two warnings after which if he/ she fails to improve, he/she will be liable for expulsion from the college.
  9. Students shall observe all safety precautions. The college is not responsible for any accident, of whatever nature, in the college, hostel, workshop, playground and during summer training and industrial training or educational tour/trip.
  10. Students are prohibited to take part in ragging, politics or go to the press. Any student is found violating the rule, he/she will be expelled from the college.
  11. The students will compensate damage to college/ hostel property/furniture caused by neglect or willful damage.
  12. Students may note that fees once paid will not be refunded/ adjusted.
  13. Students must keep their identity cards always with them and shall show the same on demand by any faculty/official of the college.
  14. Students are permitted to form and carry on only such associations or clubs at the college as have been sanctioned by the Director-Principal.
  15. Students claiming benefits/ concessions on medical grounds are required to submit medical certificate from a govt. hospital or dispensary. The certificate should be submitted by student concerned within a week of rejoining the College after illness. However in such cases there will not be any relaxation in the minimum attendance requirement to appear in the PTU semester examination.
  16. Any student found under the influence of intoxication of alcohol/drugs in the College or in the Hostel is liable to strict disciplinary action which may be up to expulsion from the College.
  17. The name of the student who fails to submit the university examination form for the semester in which he/she is studying without the approval of the Director-Principal shall be removed from the College rolls.
  18. The students are advised to see regularly the notices displayed on the College/hostel notice boards. The notice displayed on these notice boards shall be deemed to have been served on the students.
  19. Any student who fails to clear all the dues including hostel shall be debarred from appearing in semester examination.
  20. The Director-Principal reserves the right to modify any of the College rules as and when necessary. The decision of the Director-Principal in all matters shall be final.
  21. At the time of admission a student has to undergo a medical examination and seek the medical certificate issued only by Medical Certificate officer, KC Group of institutions.
  22. In case a student leaves the college before completing his/her studies, he/she is required to seek a final clearance certificate .

Campus Locations

NAWANSHAHR, Punjab 144514


UNA, Himachal Pradesh


GARHSHANKAR, Punjab


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