Vous êtes sur la page 1sur 20

Detailed Project Report (DPR)

GURU NANAK DEV ENGINEERING COLLEGE,


LUDHIANA

11.1

PREAMBLE
a

At present Punjab is an agricultural state but to give an impetuous to technical


education, a technical University was established in 1997 now known as Punjab
Technical University. The eleventh plan envisages a man power requirement of
3.72 million man-years for engineers and 8 million man-years for technicians
and support staff. Considering the above fact, there is an urgent need to enhance
the existing number of technical manpower in different branches of Engineering
Therefore as a policy, Govt. of Punjab is encouraging opening of new
engineering colleges both in public and private sector and at the same time
encouraging the existing Engineering colleges either to enhance the intake of a
particular branch or start new branch of engineering in the same colleges.
1.1 Introduction
Guru Nanak Dev Engineering College was established by the Nankana Sahib
Education Trust (NSET). The Nankana Sahib Education Trust was founded in
the memory of the most sacred temple of Nankana Sahib, birth place of Guru
Nanak Dev Ji. Shiromani Gurudwara Parbandhak Committee, Amritsar, a
premier organisation of Universal Brotherhood, was the main force behind the
mission of "Removal of Economic Backwardness through Technology".
With this mission, a Polytechnic was started in 1953 and Guru Nanak Dev
Engineering College was established in 1956. The Trust deed was registered on
24th February, 1953 with a commitment by the Nankana Sahib Education Trust
to uplift the vast weaker section of Indian polity comprising Rural India by
admitting 70% students every year from rural areas. This commitment was
made to the nation on 8th April, 1956, the day when the foundation stone of the
College building was laid by Late Dr. Rajendra Prasad Ji, the First President of
India. Nearly 20,000 Graduates and 2500 Post-Graduate Engineers have already
passed out from this College during the last several years and are at present
successfully employed in India and abroad. Seven Under-graduate courses
(Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Electronics
& Communication Engineering, Computer Science & Engineering, Production
Engineering and Information Technology) run by the Institute have been
accredited twice by National Board of Accreditation) New Delhi in the year
2004 & 2008.

Approval Process Hand Book (2011 2012), AICTE

Page 1

1.2 Background of the Consultants


Instead of appointing any individual or firm as consultant, it was decided that a
committee under the chairmanship of Director shall be constituted from
amongst the senior faculty of Engineering stream having Ph.D Degree. All the
Head of Departments being head will automatically become the member of the
committee.
Name
Designation

11.2

Dr. Manohar Singh Saini

Director

Dr. Harpal Singh

Professor (Civil Engg.)

Dr. H.S.Rai

Professor (Civil Engg.)

Dr.J.N.Jha

Professor and Head (Civil Engineering)

Dr. B.S.Walia

Associate Professor (Civil Engg.)

Dr. Jagbir Singh

Associate Professor (Civil Engg.)

Dr. Sehijpal Singh

Professor and Head (Mechanical Engg.)

Dr. Paramjit Singh Bilga

Associate Professor (Mech. Engg.)

Dr. Harwinder Singh

Associate Professor (Mech.Engg.)

Dr. Ravi Inder Singh

Assistant Professor (Mech. Engg.)

Dr. G.S.Brar

Assistant Professor (Mech.Engg.)

Dr. Y.S.Brar

Professor (Electrical Engg.)

Mr. Jaswinder Singh

Associate Professor & HOD (Electrical Engg.)

Dr. Kanwardeep Singh

Assistant Professor (Elect.Engg.)

Mr. Nirmal Singh Grewal

Associate Professor & HOD(ECE)

Dr. Munish Rattan

Assistant Professor (ECE)

Mr. N.D.Sharma

Associate Professor & HOD(Prod. Engg.)

Dr. Rupinder Singh

Associate Professor (Prod.Engg.)

Dr.Harpuneet Singh

Assistant Professor (Prod.Engg.)

Mr. Amanpreet Singh Brar

Associate Professor & HOD(CSE)

Mr. Akshay Girdhar

Associate Professor & HOD (IT)

Dr. R.P.Singh

Associate Professor & HOD(Applied Sc.)

Dr. D.S.Pathania

Associate Professor (Applied Sc.)

Dr. Amandeep Kaur Sodhi

Assistant Professor (Chemistry)

Dr. Harpreet Kaur

Assistant Professor (Physics)

Mr. Jasmaninder Singh Grewal

Associate Professor & HOD(Workshop)

Dr. Sukhdev Singh

Professor & HOD(MBA)

Mr. Jasbir Singh Saini

Associate Professor & HOD(MCA)

THE PROMOTING BODY


The promoting body of Guru Nanak Dev Engg.College is Nankana Sahib
Education Trust, Ludhiana founded in 1953 (Entered at Sr.No.1 in Book N.4,Vol.4
at Page 163 on Tuesday the 24th of Feb. 1953 and also posted in the additional
Book No.4,Vol.4 at Page 371 to 397)..

Approval Process Hand Book (2011 2012), AICTE

Page 1

A Introduction to its Genesis including its Registration Status


The Nankana Sahib Education Trust was founded and registered on 24.2.1953
in memory of the most sacred temple of Nankana Sahib, birth place of Guru
Nanak Dev Ji. Shiromani Gurudwara Parbandhak Committee, Amritsar, a
premier organisation of Universal Brotherhood, was the main force behind the
mission of "Removal of Economic Backwardness through Technology".

Details of its Promoters including their Background


B

The founding promoters and their background are as follows:

Master Tara Singh (President SGPC, Amritsar), Ex officio President of


the aforesaid Trust.

Sardar Baldev Singh, Ex-Defence Minister, 17-Tuglak Road, New Delhi

Sardar Swaran Singh, Union Minister of Steel, Mines, New Delhi

Rajkumari Amrit Kaur, MP, Former Union Minister of Health, 2Willingdon-Crescent, New Delhi-4

Gyani Kartar Singh, Minister, Punjab Government, Chandigarh

Sardar Chanan Singh Gill, Doraha, District Patiala

Sardar Gurbux Singh Katani, C/o Mangat Industries, Doraha, District


Patiala

Sardar Waryam Singh, Vice Principal, Khalsa College, Amritsar

Approval Process Hand Book (2011 2012), AICTE

Page 1

Activities of the Promoting Body including a listing of major educational


Nankana Sahib Education Trust [NSET] was founded in memory of the most
sacred temple of Nankana Sahib, birth place of Guru Nanak Dev Ji. Shiromani
Gurdwara Prabhandak Committee, Amritsar, a premier organisation of universal
brotherhood, was the main force behind the mission of 'Removal of Economic
Backwardness through Technology'. With this mission, a Polytechnic was started
in 1953 and Guru Nanak Dev Engg. College was established in 1956. The Trust
deed was registered on 24th February 1953 with a commitment by The Nankana
Sahib Education Trust to uplift the vast weaker section of Indian polity
comprising Rural India by admitting 70% students every year from Rural Areas.
This commitment was made to the nation on 8th April, 1956. The day when
foundation stone of the College Building was laid by Late Dr. Rajendra Prasad
Ji, the First President of India. Nearly 20,000 graduate and 2500 Post Graduate
Engineers have passed out from this college (Guru Nanak Dev Engineering
College) during the last 50 years and are at present successfully employed in
India & abroad. Seven Undergraduate courses (Civil Engineering, Mechanical
Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Electronics & Communication
Engineering, Computer Science & Engineering, Production Engineering and
Information Technology) are accredited by NBA. Apart from Guru Nanak Dev
Engineering College, the Trust is also running successfully the following
Institutions/Schools within Punjab State
Guru Nanak Dev Polytechnic College, Ludhiana
Nankana Sahib Public School, Ludhiana with students intake of 1300 approx.
Nankana Sahib Public School, Samrala with 1020 students
Nankana Sahib Public School, Killa Raipur with 849 students
Nankana Sahib Public School, Kot Gangu Rai with 925 students
Nankana Sahib Public School, Ishru with 450 students
Nankana Sahib Public School, Dudhewal with 540 students
Nankana Sahib Public School, Kalal Majra with 486 students
Nankana Sahib Public School, Khassi Kalan with 586 students
Nankana Sahib Public School, Rampur with 562 students
Nankana Sahib Public School, Rampur Chhanna (Sangrur) with 250 students
Nankana Sahib Public School, Fatehgarh Jatan with 350 students.
Nankana Sahib College of Education, Kot Gangu Rai.

All these institutes/schools are situated in the periphery of rural areas, so that
the majority of students comprised of rural students.
D Promotion activities undertaken by it in the past
Nankana Sahib Education Trust is actively involved for uplift of rural mass
through technical education since 1953. In order to accomplish, the Trust has
established various educational institutions in past.
E

Mission of the Promoting Body


Mission of the Trust is "Removal of Economic Backwardness through
Technology". With this mission, the Trust deed was registered on 24th
February, 1953 with a commitment by the Nankana Sahib Education Trust to
uplift the vast weaker section of Indian polity comprising Rural India by
admitting 70% students every year from rural areas. This commitment was
made to the nation on 8th April, 1956, the day when the foundation stone of the
College building was laid by Late Dr. Rajendra Prasad Ji, the First President
of India.

Approval Process Hand Book (2011 2012), AICTE

Page 1

Vision of the Promoting Body


a) To provide best technical education and training related to various
streams of engineering and technology to the weaker/backward
section of people in general and rural area of Punjab in particular.
With this end in view to establish, maintain and manage an
Engineering College at Ludhiana or in its suburbs or at other suitable
place in the State of Punjab or the State of Patiala and East Punjab
States Union. With the same end in view to set up the plants,
workshops and other facilities for the manufacturing of engineering
goods.
b) To supply necessary information for the said purposes to the people
through books, magazines and other papers.

11.3

OBJECTIVES AND SCOPE OF THE PROPOSED INSTITUTION


Punjab being an agricultural state, the Govt. has taken an initiative to give an
impetuous to technical education by establishing a technical University in 1997.
To provide facilities for all other types of Engineering and Scientific education
and training to the weaker section of people in general and people of rural areas
in particular. With this end in view, to establish, maintain, and manage an
Engineering College, at Ludhiana, or in its suburbs and other Mechanical, ECE,
Technical, Electrical, Agricultural, Industrial and Scientific Schools and
Institutions at suitable places in the State of Punjab, and with the same end in
view to set up plants, workshops and other machinery for the Production and
Manufacture of Mechanical, Electrical, Agricultural and Industrial tools, plants,
machinery and goods.
A

Objectives of the Institution


1. To provide facilities for Mechanical, ECE, Technical, Agricultural,
Industrial and all other types of Engineering and Scientific education
and training to the weaker and poor section of people in general and to
such people of rural areas in particular, and with this end in view, to
establish, maintain, and manage an Engineering College, at Ludhiana, or
in its suburbs and other Mechanical, ECE, Technical, Electrical,
Agricultural, Industrial and Scientific Schools and Institutions at
suitable places in the State of Punjab, and with the same end in view to
set up plants, workshops and other machinery for the production and
manufacture of Mechanical, ECE, Electrical, Agricultural and Industrial
tools, plants, machinery and goods.
2. To supply necessary information for the said purposes to people through
Books, Magazines, Papers and otherwise.

Approval Process Hand Book (2011 2012), AICTE

Page 1

General and Technical Education Scenario of the State

Punjab being an agricultural state, the Govt. has taken an initiative to


give an impetuous to technical education by establishing a technical
University in 1997. The eleventh plan envisages a man power
requirement of 3.72 million man-years for engineers and 8 million manyears for technicians and support staff. Considering the above fact, it is
important that the technical manpower shall be created in different
branches either by enhancing the intake or opening the new engineering
college. Govt. of Punjab is encouraging both opening of new
engineering colleges and enhancing the intake of engineering colleges.
Status at Entry Level
These courses are already running with intake of 90 students per branch
except Production Engg. (Intake 45). The eligibility criteria is as per
AICTE/Punjab Technical University, Kapurthala guidelines.
Status of Technical Level manpower

11.4

The 11th plan envisages a manpower requirement of 3.72 million manyears for engineers and 8 million man-years for technicians and support
staff. Facilities for degree-level technical education are available at
approximately 1346 approved engineering colleges. The total admission
capacity for these courses is about 4.4. lakh. Considering the above
fact, it is important that the technical manpower shall be created in
different branches either by enhancing the intake or opening the new
engineering college.
Industrial Scenario of the State
Punjab in general and Ludhiana in particular is a hub for Small &
Medium Scale enterprises, services, retail and agro-business The main
industry clusters are Bicycle, Machinery, Garments, Sports goods,
machine tools, Sewing machines, steel re-rolling etc. The Govt. of
Punjab is giving special attention towards the infrastructural
development like going for Metro, creating new power stations, making
new IT Hub. For enlarging the existing industrial scenario of the State
and infrastructural development, it is essential that enough manpower
be trained in various streams, so that gap between demand and supply
can be minimized.
Scope of the College vis--vis the Industrial Scenario and Educational
Facilities already available in the State.
The Govt. of Punjab started a Technical University in 1997 with an aim
to create enough trained manpower by allowing private sector to start
new engineering Colleges. Considering the pace with which
infrastructure development taking place and manpower by the industry
it is essential that new manpower be added to reduce the gap between
demand and supply.
ACADEMIC PROGRAMS
This Chapter is expected to cover the basic Academic Philosophy of the

Approval Process Hand Book (2011 2012), AICTE

Page 1

Basic Academic Philosophy of the Institution


"Removal of Economic Backwardness through Technology". With this
mission, the Trust deed was registered on 24th February, 1953 with a
commitment by the Nankana Sahib Education Trust to uplift the vast
weaker section of Indian polity comprising Rural India by
admitting 70% students every year from rural areas.

Types of Programs
Following courses of study are offered by the College:
B. Tech.(First Shift)
1.
Civil Engineering
2.
Mechanical Engineering
3.
Production Engineering
4.
Electrical Engineering
5.
Electronics and Communication Engineering
6.
Computer Science and Engineering
7.
Information Technology
B.Tech. (Second Shift)
1.
Civil Engineering
2.
Computer Sc. & Engg.
M.Tech.
1. M.Tech. Production Engineering (Full Time)
2. M.Tech. Industrial Engineering (Full Time)
3. M.Tech. Power Engineering (Full Time)
4. M.Tech. Structural Engineering (Full Time)
5. M. Tech. Geo-Technical Engineering (Full Time)
6. M.Tech. Computer Sc. & Engg. (Full Time)
7. M.Tech. Environmental Sc. & Engg. (Full-Time)
8. M.Tech. Electronics & Communication Engg.(Full-Time)
9. M.Tech. Production Engineering (Part Time )
10. M.Tech. Electronics Engineering (Part Time)
11 M.Tech. Soil Mechanics & Foundation Engg. ( Part Time)
12. M.Tech. Electrical Engineering (Part Time)
13. M.Tech. Industrial Engineering (Part Time)
MBA
Master in Business Administration (Full Time)
MCA
Master in Computer Applications (Full Time)
Ph.D.
The College offers research facilities in various departments leading to
the award of Ph.D. degree of Punjab Technical University to scholars
registered for research work.

Identified Programs

a) Increase the existing intake of B.Tech. (Full-Time) from 90 to 120


in Mechanical Engineering, Electronics & Communication
Engineering in the first shift.
b) Introduction of B.Tech. (Full-Time) in Mechanical Engineering
and Electronics & Communication Engineering in second shift.

Approval Process Hand Book (2011 2012), AICTE

Page 11

Phase-wise Introduction of Programs & Intake (First Shift)


S.No.
Courses
Existing
Additional
Total
Approved
Intake
Intake
Intake
requested
UG
Mechanical Engg 90
30
120
B.Tech Electronics &
90
30
120
(FT
Comm. Engg.
Introduction of Additional courses in Second Shift in existing institution
S.No.
UG
B.Tech

E
F

Courses
Civil Engineering
Computer Sc. & Engg.
Mechanical Engg
Electronics & Comm.
Engg.

Existing
Approved
Intake
60
60
-

Addl.
Intake
requested
60
60

Total
Intake
60
60
60
60

Target Date for Start of Academic Programs 20112012


Central Computing facility
No of Computer Terminals:110(75 Core2Due&35P-IV)
Hardware Specifications:IMB-35,P-IV,2.8GHZ/256 MB/40GB & HP-75
Core2Duo 1 GB/160GB
No of Terminals on LAN/WAN:110
Relevant legal software: XP,MSDN-NA,VISTA,ORACLE,VB,NORTON
Peripherals (S)/Printers:Laserjet:10, DMB:8, Scanjet:8
Internet Accessibility (in kbps):20
Central library
Total Area of the library:18800 sqft
Seating capacity of the library:300
Reprographic facility: Yes
Working hours of the library:12 Hours (8 AM to 8 PM)
Annual library budget(% of annual student fee collected) Rs.25.00 Lakh
Central Workshop
The Central Workshop has facilities for Practical training in the following shops
Machine shop
Fitting shop
Electric shop
Carpentry shop
Pattern making shop
Foundry shop
Black smithy shop
Welding shop
Sheet metal and Plumbing shop
Central Instrumentation Facility
Instrumentation Facility with focus on individual branch is available in
different Departments with a central facility at Computer Centre available
for computer & peripheral repair and maintenance.

Affiliating Body
This Institution is affiliated with Punjab Technical University, Kapurthala.

Approval Process Hand Book (2011 2012), AICTE

Page 11

Scholarships
1)The Punjab Government vide Notification Endst No. 2407-2476/S1/ECC/2008 dated 2.9.2008 has introduced a Fee Waiver scheme under which
10% additional seats are being given to the following categories in the ratio
mentioned against each:
A) Women Candidates
23%
B) Economically Weaker
50%
(Annual income of parent/guardian less than Rs. 2.5 Lakh from all
sources)
C) Physically Handicapped
17%
Accordingly the above admissions for the Session 2008-09, 2009-10,201011 have been made as per Punjab Govt. guidelines. The same will continue
for the next Academic Session 2011-12 also.
2) The Punjab Government has also sanctioned a merit-cum-means scholarship
scheme to assist deserving students to pursue studies for Degree course in
Engineering Institutions. The value of the scholarship is Rs. 1200/- per annum
and will be awarded each year on the basis of the results of the qualifying
examinations. The number of scholarship will be 10% of the sanctioned
strength. Students securing 1st class in the qualifying examinations and whose
parents/guardians gross family income from all sources, at the time of award in
the proceeding financial year, does not exceed Rs. 15000/- per annum and they
(parents/guardians) do not pay more than Rs. 1000/- as land revenue, are eligible
for the award.
3)

Scholarships at Institutional Level

Bibi Shivdev Kaur Grewal S/ship: Two Awards at Rs.1200/- Per annum each
to poor and needy students.
Mr. & Ms. Harkishan Singh : Awards at Rs.1200/- per annum each to poor and
needy students.
S.S.Kahlon Memorial Fund : Two Awards at Rs.1200/- per annum each to poor
and needy students.
GENCO Scholarships : Five Awards at Rs.4800/- per Annum each to poor and
needy students.
Scholarship in the memory of Dr. I. S. Rai:
i) Rs. 10000/- scholarship to be awarded to outstanding poor student of Civil
Engg.
ii) Rs. 10000/- scholarship to be awarded to outstanding poor student of any
branch of Engg.
iii)Rs. 5000/- to be awarded to good sportsman.
Rs. 5000/- AU-85' to the Academician of the year to the student of D-2/ D-3/ D4/ on the basis of 1st and 2nd Semesters for D-2, 3rd & 4th semesters for D-3
and 5th and 6th semesters for D-4 students.
Mangat Family Scholarship :Scholarship worth Rs. 20,000/- annually will be offered towards tuition fee to a
Girl student from rural area belonging to low income family.
S. Mewa Singh Gill Memorial Foundation Scholarship
This scholarship is awarded to a student from First year Degree Class, who
belongs to economically weaker Section @ Rs. 6000/- per annum.

Approval Process Hand Book (2011 2012), AICTE

Page 11

11.5

In case of PGDM Programs, comprehensive details in respect of admission


procedure, Program structure, curriculum outline and contents, evaluation
system etc. should necessarily be submitted. PGDM Programs shall be
regulated as per Appendix 9

11.6

SALIENT FEATURES OF ACADEMIC DIVISIONS


a

Classification of Academic Divisions i.e. Departments, Centres, Schools,


Central Academic Facilities
At present, seven branches of Engg. (Under Graduate level) & hence, these
have been designated as Departments. These departments offer Postgraduate courses also. Apart from these, the College has other departments
like Applied Science etc. The details of all are given below:
.
Civil Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
Production Engineering
Applied Science
Electrical Engineering
Computer Centre
Electronics & Communication Engg.
Workshop
Computer Science & Engineering
Sports
Information Technology
Central Library
Master in Business Administration
Administrative Branch
Master in Computer Applications
Testing & Consultancy Cell
STEP

11.7

Details of each Academic Department


Each department is being looked after by the Head of Department and Lab
Incharges are appointed by the concerned HOD to look after the corresponding
Lab. All the departments have also got computing Lab (Departmental
Computer Centre) and Departmental Library. The Central facility like
Computer Centre and Central Library remains opened for twelve hours a day
for students and faculty. E-Journal is available in the Central Library.
QUALITY AND HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT

Academic Values
The proposed course shall be run with the focus on imbibing the highest moral
and academic values in the students, so that besides being becoming good
professionals, they also become good human beings. The Academic values
shall inculcate the best professional training besides grooming the students to
build a complete all round personality.

Approval Process Hand Book (2011 2012), AICTE

Page 11

Recruitment, Strategies for Attracting and Retention of Faculty Personnel


for Excellence, Promotional Avenues, Career Ladder
The College follows AICTE norms for recruitment, promotion and service
conditions governing the staff. All the facilities as per norms including
AICTE scales and allowances is being paid. The faculty is being encouraged
to enhance their qualification by going for higher education through schemes
like QIP, Study leave both with and without pay. The faculty is also
encouraged to enhance their qualification by joining Part-Time Programmes
(M.Tech. & Ph.D.) The teachers are also encouraged to attend Seminar,
Conferences, Workshops, organised by different organisations. One teacher
can attend two National Conferences in a year and one International
Conference outside countries in three years. The cost of registration, TA etc.
is being borne by the Institute. The teachers are also being encouraged to
organise Seminar, Conferences, Short Term Training Programmes. The
teachers are being paid Rs. 1000/- annually to purchase the books. Apart from
the above, the faculty is also provided the residence within the campus.

Policies for Teaching and Non-teaching Staff Development


The faculty is being encouraged to enhance their qualification by going for
higher education through schemes like QIP, Study leave with and without pay.
The faculty is also encouraged to enhance their qualification by joining PartTime Programmes (M.Tech. & Phd.) The teachers are also encouraged to
attend Seminar, Conferences, Workshops, organised by different organisations.
One teacher can attend two National Conferences in a year and one
International Conference outside countries in three years. The cost of
registration, TA etc. is being borne by the Institute. The teachers are also being
encouraged to organise Seminar, Conferences, Short Term Training
Programmes.
Non-teaching staff (Lab Technicians) are being encouraged to enhance their
skill under the different training programmes organised by
NITTTIR,Chandigarh. The Non-teaching staff (Clerical cadre) is being
encouraged to do the part-time courses for skill enhancement and qualification
up gradation which can enhance their career prospects. During the vacations,
Soft Skill Training Programme is being organised by the Computer Centre,
specially for Non-teaching staff.

Permanent and Contract Services for Teaching, Non-teaching and


other support Personnel
The teaching and non-teaching staff (permanent and contractual) are recruited
as per AICTE and Punjab Govt. norms.

Approval Process Hand Book (2011 2012), AICTE

Page 11

11.8
A

Total Quality Management


All the UG courses of the college are accredited by NBA twice since 2004.
The College also follows quality norms as prescribed in ISO-9001:2008.
Overall Teaching and Non-teaching Staff Requirements
AICTE norms for teaching staff and Punjab Govt. norms for non-teaching staff
are followed. The revised pay-scales of Punjab Govt. as well as AICTE have
already been implemented. The increase in the staff requirement (Teaching and
Non-Teaching) as per norms due to enhancement in seats will be filled once the
sanction for enhanced intake is received.
LINKAGES IN TECHNICAL EDUCATION
Introduction
The College encourages the R&D activities by the faculty as well as the students
for enhancement their knowledge and skill. Many of the MODROBs,
TAPTEC,RPS proposals were accepted by AICTE, DST, IE(I) and the grant has
been given to the College. The College also encourages to organise National
Level Seminar, Workshops, Short Term Training Programme both for faculty as
well as students.
Linkages with Industry
Many of the industries have signed MoU with different departments. A full
fledged independent department named as Testing and Consultancy Cell is
actively working with the industry to solve their live problems. The Cell acts as
a Nodal Agency between the industry and departments in solving the industrial
problems by the faculty and students after charging certain fee. The annual turnover is around Rs. 100 Lakh.
Linkages with the Community
The College is having a full fledged NSS, NCC wing and Youth Service Club
Wing. The NSS Camp is being organised in near by villages to make them aware
of the social problems, hygienic sense etc. The Community Development Centre
sponsored by Govt. of India is also being run by Nankana Sahib Education Trust
in the campus under Polytechnic wing of the Institution for training of rural and
unemployed youth under different Vocation Training Programmes in different
skills. The NCC, Youth Service Club wings are also very active. The Science
and Technology Entrepreneur Park (STEP) has been established by the College
for preparing the youth as Entrepreneur.

Linkages with other Technical Institutions in the region


Many of the institutes have close interaction and linkages with different
departments like ECE has MoU with NIT, Jalandhar, Civil Department has a
linkage with IIT, Delhi through UKERI Award.

Linkages with Institutions of excellence such as the IIT s and IISc.,


Bangalore Linkages Abroad
Civil Department has a linkage with IIT, Delhi and University of Dundee, UK
through UKIERI Award. Mech. Engg. Department has a linkage with Wayne
State University.

Approval Process Hand Book (2011 2012), AICTE

Page 15

11.9

Linkages with R&D Laboratories


The institution has signed MoUs with The Institution of Civil Engineers
(India), University of Dundee under UKIERI Award, Government of India
(Department of Information Technology) for Support & Training of Collabcad
Software, Deepak Builders, Jindal Electricals, Jindal Electrical and Machinery
Corporation, Sant Baba Bhag Singh College of Engineering & Technology,
Automation Systems, Park Plaza, Punjab Microcircuits Research Lab Private
Limited, G.S.Auto International Limited, Institute for Institute of Auto Parts,
and Hand Tools Technology, Wayne State University, Safari Bikes Limited,
IE(I), Thapar University, IIT Ropar.
GOVERNANCE, ACADEMIC and ADMINISTRATIVE MGMT

Philosophy of Governance
A Managing Committee, appointed by Nankana Sahib Education Trust
comprises members from Central Government, State Government, Punjab
Technical University, AICTE, Trust and College staff representatives runs the
college. MC reports to trust. The routine duties are looked after by Director,
who has been vested with financial powers. The different Departments are
headed by Head of Departments. Deans are appointed from the senior faculty
as section incharges to help the Director in running the administration. There
is an Administrative Officer as Section Incharge to help the Director in the
general administration

Approval Process Hand Book (2011 2012), AICTE

Page 15

Board of Governors
The present composition of Board of Governors comprises of following
members: 1. S. Avtar Singh Ji, Chairman, Nankana Sahib Education Trust, Ludhiana
2. S. Ajmer Singh Lakhowal, Senior Vice-Chairman (NSET), Village Lakhowal,
PO Gaddowal, District Ludhiana
3.S. Sharanjit Singh Dhillon, Ex-MP, 26-F, Sarabha Nagar, Ludhiana
4. S. Harsurinder Singh Gill, Member SGPC, VPO Kothe Rahlan, Near Jagraon,
District Ludhiana
5. Jathedar Gurmail Singh Sangowal, Member SGPC, VPO Sangowal, District
Ludhiana
6. S. Amrik Singh Aliwal, Ex-MP, 234, Mahabir Enclave, Barhewal Road,,
Ludhiana
7. S. Inderiqbal Singh Atwal, MLA, 484, Model Town Extension, Ludhiana
8. S.B.S.Gill, 9-D, Sarabha Nagar, Ludhiana
9. S.Bikramjit Singh Khalsa, Chief Parliament Secretary (Technical Education),
Govt. of Punjab, Behind Gurudwara Mai Nand Kaur, Ghuman Mandi, Ludhiana
10.S. Pritpal Singh Grewal, Ex-Principal, GNDEC, Gurdev Nagar, Ludhiana
11.The Secretary, GOI, Ministry of Education & Human Resources, Deptt.
(Education Department), New Delhi
12.The Principal Secretary, Technical Education, Govt. of Punjab, Room No.
426, Floor 4th, Sector-9 Mini Secretariat, Chandigarh
13. Dr.Kanhaiya Lal Jaiswal, Village Jaraudhi, PO Khutar, Dist. Sidhi (Madhya
Pradesh)-486 886 (nominated by AICTE, New Delhi vide their F.No. 34/2006/Admn.IV dated September 25,2006)
14. The Director, Technical Education & Industrial. Training (Pb.), Plot No.1-A,
Sector-36, Chandigarh
15. The Registrar, Punjab Technical University, Ladowali Road, Jalandhar
16. Director, NSET, Ludhiana
17. Secretary, NSET, Ludhiana
18. .Dr. M.S.Saini, Director, GNDEC, Ludhiana
19.S. Birinder Singh, Principal, GNDPC, Ludhiana
20. Prof. Jaswinder Singh, HOD(EE),GNDEC
21. Prof. Balwinder Singh, Lecturer (SG), GNDEC, Ludhiana

Approval Process Hand Book (2011 2012), AICTE

Page 15

Organizational Structure & Chart for day-to-day Operations & Management


Trust

MC

Director

HOD

I/c Lab

DEAN

Academic
I/c

Office I/C

AO

Role and Responsibilities of Key Senior Positions


The Director being head of the Institute is responsible for overall development
of College. The Head of Departments are looking after all the academic and
general administration of their respective Department. The financial powers are
distributed from the top management to the HODs with varying powers for
expenditure. The Deans are looking after general administration of their
respective Branches/Sections.
Methods / Style of Administration / Management
As stated earlier, the College was started by Nankana Sahib Education Trust
and its functioning is managed and monitored by a Managing Committee
appointed by the Trust which has a fair sprinkling of Govt. bodies like Central
Govt., State Govt., AICTE and the University representation.
The Managing Committee has further delegated it power and authority to
various sub-committees which assist it in its day to day routine management
duties.

11.10

119.11

CONCEPTUAL MASTER PLAN FOR MAIN CAMPUS


DEVELOPMENT
All the construction works are carried out and planned by the Maintenance
Wing working under the control of Nankana Sahib Education Trust, Ludhiana.
REQUIREMENT OF STAFF, SPACE and EQUIPMENT AND THEIR
COST
All existing courses are running successfully since many years.
Requirement of staff, space & equipment, as and when required, if
sanction for enhancement in seats is approved will be completed as per
norms immediately. The process of staff identification process will start
immediately after the submission of application form.

Approval Process Hand Book (2011 2012), AICTE

Page 15

Introduction
The space available is more than the norms for the existing courses and can
fulfill the requirement initially for enhanced intake also. The further
enhancement in space as per AICE norms will be complied, once the
sanctioned is received.
Faculty Requirements
Any additional faculty as and when required will be appointed once the sanction
of increase in intake and second shift is received. However the faculty
identification will start immediately after the submission of application form.

Non-teaching Staff Requirements


The existing non-teaching staff is sufficient for the present intake. Any
additional staff as and when required will be appointed once the sanction of
increased intake is received.

Building Requirements: Area and Costs


Initially sufficient. Required additional plinth area as per norms will be added, as
and when the sanction for increase in intake and introduction of new courses in
second shift, as requested, is received.

Estimated Cost of Equipment


The existing equipment is sufficient for the present existing intake. Any
additional equipment as and when required will be procured once the sanction
of increase in intake and introduction of new courses in second shift, as
requested, is received.
Phase-wise Financial Requirements
Additional financial requirement will be met by the fee collected from the
students. The fee collected will be sufficient to meet all the requirements of staff,
equipments, space etc.
Strategies for Financial Mobilization
If the sanction is accorded for enhanced intake in Mechanical and Electronics &
Comm. Engg. and starting 2nd shift in Mechanical Engineering and Electronics
& Communication Engineering, the fees collected will be sufficient to meet all
the expenditure required.

11.12
A

ACTION PLAN FOR IMPLEMENTATION : NOT APPLICABLE


Activity Chart

Constraints : No constraint

Financial Outlay
Any additional financial requirement will be met from the fee collected from the
students. The fee collected will be sufficient to meet the requirement.

Strategy for Implementation


D The existing faculty and equipment is sufficient for the present intake. Any
additional faculty as and when required will be appointed and equipments, if
required, will be procured, once the sanction of increased intake is received.

Approval Process Hand Book (2011 2012), AICTE

Page 19

11.13
A

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY OF THE DETAILED PROJECT REPORT


Details about the Promoting Body
The Nankana Sahib Education Trust was founded in memory of the most sacred
temple of Nankana Sahib, birth place of Guru Nanak Dev Ji. Shiromani
Gurudwara Parbandhak Committee, Amritsar, a premier organisation of Universal
Brotherhood, was the main force behind the mission of "Removal of Economic
Backwardness through Technology". At present Engineering Courses and
Management course are running in Guru Nanak Dev Engineering College,
Ludhiana.

Name and Address of the Promoting Body


Nankana Sahib Education Trust , Gill Park, Gill Road, Ludhiana-141006

Date of Registration / Establishment of the Promoting Body


24.2.1953((Entered at Sr.No.1 in Book N.4,Vol.4 at Page 163 on Tuesday the 24 th
of Feb. 1953 and also posted in the additional Book No.4,Vol.4 at Page 371 to
397).

Nature of the Promoting Body: Others

Approval Process Hand Book (2011 2012), AICTE

Page 19

Activities of the Promoting Body since inception


Nankana Sahib Education Trust [NSET] was founded in memory of the most
sacred temple of Nankana Sahib, birth place of Guru Nanak Dev Ji. Shiromani
Gurdwara Prabhandak Committee, Amritsar, a premier organisation of universal
brotherhood, was the main force behind the mission of 'Removal of Economic
Backwardness through Technology'. With this mission, a Polytechnic was started
in 1953 and Guru Nanak Dev Engg. College was established in 1956. The Trust
deed was registered on 24th February 1953 with a commitment by The Nankana
Sahib Education Trust to uplift the vast weaker section of Indian polity
comprising Rural India by admitting 70% students every year from Rural Areas.
This commitment was made to the nation on 8th April, 1956. The day when
foundation stone of the College Building was laid by Late Dr. Rajendra Prasad Ji,
the First President of India. Nearly 20,000 graduate and 2500 Post Graduate
Engineers have passed out from this college (Guru Nanak Dev Engineering
College) during the last 50 years and are at present successfully employed in
India & abroad. Seven Undergraduate courses (Civil Engineering, Mechanical
Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Electronics & Communication Engineering,
Computer Science & Engineering, Production Engineering and Information
Technology) are accredited by NBA. Apart from Guru Nanak Dev Engineering
College, the Trust is also running successfully the following Institutions/Schools
within Punjab State
Guru Nanak Dev Polytechnic College, Ludhiana
Nankana Sahib Public School, Ludhiana with students intake of 1300 approx.
Nankana Sahib Public School, Samrala with 1020 students
Nankana Sahib Public School, Killa Raipur with 849 students
Nankana Sahib Public School, Kot Gangu Rai with 925 students
Nankana Sahib Public School, Ishru with 450 students
Nankana Sahib Public School, Dudhewal with 540 students
Nankana Sahib Public School, Kalal Majra with 486 students
Nankana Sahib Public School, Khassi Kalan with 586 students
Nankana Sahib Public School, Rampur with 562 students
Nankana Sahib Public School, Rampur Chhanna (Sangrur) with 250 students
Nankana Sahib Public School, Fatehgarh Jatan with 350 students.
Nankana Sahib College of Education, Kot Gangu Rai.
All these institutes/schools are situated in the periphery of rural areas, so that the
majority of students comprised of rural students.

Constitution of the Promoting Body : Copy of Trust Deed attached.

11.14 Faculty Data Sheet attached


Name Academic
Nature of Association
with the Promoting
Qualificatio
Body
Technical
Non Technical

Experience in Academic Institutions


(in Years)
Promotional Management Organisational

Approval Process Hand Book (2011 2012), AICTE

Page 19

11.15
11.16

Proposed Institution Not Applicable


a

11.17

Give a bar chart indicating mobilization of funds for the proposed project at the
time of establishment & for next 10 years at intervals of five years.
Not Applicable
Give a bar chart indicating the recruitment of faculty (separately for Lecturer,
Assistant Professor, Professor) for the proposed project at the time of
establishment & for next 10 years at intervals of five years
Not Applicable
Total Project cost (at the time of establishment and next five years)
NOT APPLICABLE
Professor

11.19

Asst. Professor

Lecturer

Total

Recruitmentoffaculty(Atthetimeofestablishmentandnextfiveyears)

Year

11.18

Detailsformobilization/sourceoffunds(capital&recurring)(Atthetime
ofestablishmentandnextfiveyears)(Rs.inLacs)NOTAPPLICABLE

NA

Approval Process Hand Book (2011 2012), AICTE

Page 19

11.20

Sr.

Recruitment of non-teaching staff (at the time of establishment and next five years)
NOT APPLICABLE

Trust
/
Society Academic Background
Industry
Representative
Rep.
Proposedstructureofgoverningbody:NOTAPPLICABLE
11.21
Technical
Non Technical

Others

Seal

11.22

11.23

Proposedstructureofgoverningbody:NOTAPPLICABLE

IndustryLinkages(atthetimeofestbl.andnextfiveyears):NOTAPPLICABLE

DECLARATION
IDr.ManoharSinghSainionbehalfofGuruNanakDevEngineeringCollege,Ludhianado
herebyconfirmthatthisDetailedProjectReporthasbeenp r ep ar e df or i n cr ea se i n i n ta ke
as w el l as i nt r od uct io no f a ddi ti on al c our s e s i n sec ond shi f t . Itishereby
confirmedthatalltheinformationfurnishedaboveistruetothebestofmy/ourknowledgeand
beliefandifanyinformationisfoundtobefalse,theproposalmayberejected.
.

(AuthorizedSignatoryofthe
applicant)

Place:

Name

Date:

Designation

Approval Process Hand Book (2011 2012), AICTE

Page 20