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Punjab Engineering College (deemed university)
Chandigarh, India


University description (as per official university website)

The PEC University of Technology, Chandigarh was orginally established as Mugalpura Engineering College at Lahore (now in Pakistan) on November 9, 1921. The name of the college was later changed to Maclagan Engineering College and its started functioning under the name on March 19, 1924. In the year 1931, the college got affiliated to Punjab University, Lahore. After partition in 1947, the college was shifted to Roorkee (India) and was renamed as East Punjab College of Engineering. In the year 1950 the word East was dropped and it came to know by its present name - Punjab Engineering College. Towards the end of December 1953, the college shifted to its present campus in Chandigarh to function under Govt. of Punjab. In 1966, with the formation of Union Territory of Chandigarh, the college same under control of Govt. of India through Chandigarh Administration. In October 2003, the Govt. of India notified the Punjab Engineering College as a Deemed to be University and thereafter it became known as Punjab Engineering College ( Deemed University). In 2009, the Board of Governors renamed the institution as PEC University of Technology. In 1994 this institution was adjudged the best technical college in India by the National Foundation of Engineers. It occupies an area of 146 acres.

Up to 1962, the college comprised of engineering departments of Civil, Electrical and Mechanical Engineering. Thereafter the college expanded & five newdepartments in the fields of Aeronautical Engineering, Electronics & Electrical Communication Engineering, Metallurgical Engineering, Production Engineering and Computer Science Engineering were added gradually. Recently a new department of Information & Technology has been added. In the year 1957, Highway Engineering was added as the first post-graduate course in the college. Gradually other post-graduate courses were subsequently added. Presently there are eleven post-graduate courses leading to Masters of Engineering degree in Highways, Structures, Hydraulics and Irrigation, Rotodynamic Machines, Electrical Power Systems, Environmental Engineering (Interdisciplinary), Electronics Metallurgical Engineering and C.I.M. Facilities for post-graduate studies exist for regular as well as for part time students .The college has facilities for research work leading to the award of Ph.D. degree in engineering in certain selected fields of different disciplines. The college also offers consultancy services in different disciplines.

The college is situated in Sector 12 at the north end of Chandigarh. The premises of the college is within a few minutes walk from the Punjab and Haryana Civil Secretariat, the Panjab University, Post graduate Institute Of Medical Education And Research (PGI). The campus is 9 Km from the Chandigarh Railway station and 5 Km from the main Bus Stand.
The college campus extends over an area of 146 acres of the land situated close to the beautiful Shivalik hills. The campus is divided into various functional zones like hostels, Main College Building, Administration Block, Residential Complex for staff and faculty and a shopping centre. In addition to Lecture theatres, tutorial rooms and drawing halls, the college has an Auditorium, library, computer centre, reading rooms, workshops and well equipped laboratories. The college has spacious playgrounds, tennis courts, squash courts, swimming pool, gymnasium and a students centre. There is a branch of State Bank Of India and a post office in the campus. Adequate Hostel facilities for both boys and girls are available in the campus


To build across the College a culture of excellence in teaching and learning with needed performance and accountability from all support activities.
To enhance the College standing as the college of choice for students across the country; and to augment the presence of international students to at least ten percent of student body.
To cultivate a field in which new ideas, research and scholarship flourish leading to emergence of creators, innovators, leaders, and entrepreneurs.
To design the education through a continuous process so that the students qualifying from the College have the top rating in placement.
To achieve excellence in application-oriented research in selected areas of technology to contribute to the development of the region and the nation.
To promote co- and extra-curricular activities for over-all personality development of the students.
To develop responsible citizenship through awareness and acceptance of ethical values.
To build a family of alumni and friends to create a network of allegiance and support for the College.

Goals (Road Map 2009 -2014)

New Initiatives and Future Vision based on Road Map For Punjab Engineering College (Deemed University), Chandigarh (2009-2014)- (approved by BOG vide resolution No. 20.4 of meeting held on 18.07.2008):
By 2014, PEC DU wil stive to achieve the following:

Increase the student strength to 1.5 times the existing strength (2008).
Undergo expansion by offering new programs of BE, ME, MBA, dual degree etc. in emerging areas.
Take initiatives to increase the faculty strength to 1.5 times the existing.
Take initiatives to rationalize the staff strength by increasing at certain levels and outsourcing at other levels.
Increase the sponsored research and consulting turnover to 5 times that in the year 2007-2008.
Award 20 PhDs annually.
Publish an average of two conference papers and /or one refereed journal paper per faculty per year.
Strive to achieve the student teacher ratio at a level of 10:1.
Strive to achieve average teaching load per faculty to 8-10 hours per week.
Engage with industry and alumni through annual meets in each department.
Set up one award/chair and one sponsored academic activity in each department supported by the industry/alumni.
Organize one short course and one workshop/seminar/conference by each department every year.
Send at least ten percent of PEC students for an overseas exchange program.
Organize 2 to 3 finishing schools in identified areas to help employability of youth.
Undertake 5 city initiatives every year and offer solutions for recurring urban problems.
Undertake department level rural initiatives or affirmative action for helping the underprivileged through skill development /knowledge development.
Organize networked programs will regional institutes on an annual or once-in-two-years basis.
Raise the additional funds required (estimated at Rs. 50-70 crores non-recurring (plan) and Rs. 10 - 15 crores recurring (non-plan)) through support of the government, industry, alumni and by running self financed programs.

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