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NITTTR, Chandigarh, Chandigarh
NITTTR, Chandigarh, Chandigarh
Address: Plot / Street / Area
Chandigarh (District Chandigarh)
Chandigarh, IndiaPin Code : 160019
NITTTR, Chandigarh Chandigarh is a recognised institute / college. NITTTR, Chandigarh Chandigarh is also known as Rashtriya Takniki Shikshak Prashikshan Avm Anusansandhan Sansthan, National Institute of Technical Teachers Training and. NITTTR, Chandigarh Chandigarh is managed by Society: Government of India, Ministry of Human Resources Development. NITTTR, Chandigarh Chandigarh was established on / in 1967.
Principal of NITTTR, Chandigarh Chandigarh is M.P. Punia.
NITTTR is situated in Chandigarh of Chandigarh state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Chandigarh comes under Chandigarh Tehsil, Chandigarh District.
Fax # of NITTTR, Chandigarh Chandigarh is +91-172-2791366,2793893 .
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Website of NITTTR, Chandigarh Chandigarh is www.nitttrchd.ac.in.
Contact Details of NITTTR, Chandigarh Chandigarh are : Telephone : +91-172-2791349, 2791351, 2793898, 2792369, 2759500, 2759578
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Dr. J.S. Saini, Professor & Head (RD) (Mobile 9872891457)
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CoursesNumber of seats in NITTTR, Chandigarh Chandigarh is 100.
NITTTR, Chandigarh Chandigarh runs course(s) in Engineering, Construction Tech and Business Management stream(s).
Approval details: NITTTR is affiliated with Panjab University, Chandigarh (Chandigarh)
Profile of NITTTRDepartments and Centers
Computer Science and Engineering
Curriculum Development Centre
Education and Educational Management
Educational Television Centre
Electronics and Communication Engineering
Electronics Service Centre
Entrepreneurship Development and Industrial Coordination
Information Management and Coordination
Media and Continuing Education Centre
NITTTR Chandigarh Library
The Library at the NITTTR Chandigarh strives to support the instituteâ€™s march towards its vision â€“ "To dynamically respond, through an integrated package of Research and Development, Education and Training and Extension Services, to the needs of Technical and Vocational Education, Industry and Community to meet the challenges of advances in Technology, taking into account the impact of modern Communication Technology." It endeavors to connect brilliant faculty and students to the knowledge and state-of the-art of their disciplines, and thereby strengthens the aspirations and expectations of the research and teaching work at NITTTR Chandigarh.
The Library has developed an excellent collection of books, journals and non-book material in science, engineering, technology, humanities, social sciences and management. It maintains separate collections of Reference Books, Standards, Pamphlets, Bound volumes of journals, Technical Reports, Theses, Compact Discs and Microforms. The total collection of library stands as follows:
The Central Library is housed in an independent first floor of three-storied building with a carpet area of over 10,000 sft. and is located in the Administrative Block. The distribution of services and resources in the Library is indicated below :
* Book Acquisition Section
* Technical Processing Section
* Periodical Section
* Reference Section
* Circulation and Membership
* Reference and Consultation
* Inter-Library Loan
Circulation and Membership
Category of Membership and Loan Period
All students, faculty members and employees of the Institute are entitled for the membership of the Library. Their entitlements, in terms of number of books (from general collections) that they can borrow and the permissible loan period.
* General books are issued to all eligible members as per their entitlements.
* Reference books, bound volumes, pamphlets and standards are issued only to following members.
GENERAL GUIDELINES FOR ALL THE READERS/MEMBERSHIP
Thesis, dissertations, CDs are not lent out of the library.
The readers should check the book thoroughly for missing pages, chapters, pictures etc., while borrowing the book. No book in damaged condition will be accepted from the reader. Mutilated or spoiled books will have to be replaced by the borrower. Reader can claim books (reserve) already issued, at the circulation counter. Loss of book must be reported immediately. For the rules for replacement of lost book kindly contact the Acquisition/Circulation Section.Claimed books are kept reserved for the claimant for 3 days from the date of return by previous borrower. Books are reissued only if there are no claims. The borrowing facility can be withdrawn or restricted in case of misbehavior or misuse of the library.
Reference and Consultation
The Library maintains a separate reference collection consisting of encyclopedias, dictionaries, handbooks, technical data, almanacs, atlases, bibliographies, CD -ROMs, etc. The Reference Section renders short and long range reference service. Reference book marked by â€œRâ€ and report reference are marked â€œRRâ€ and conference proceedings marked as â€œPRâ€. Readers may approach the Reference Desk for information or any assistance in the use of the Library Collections and Services.
Consultation Facilities for Casual Users
Faculty, students and researchers from Government-funded educational institutions and organizations are allowed to refer the Library against introduction letters from their respective institutions.
The Library offers inter-library loan service to its users for the books and periodicals not available in the institute Library by procuring them from other libraries within Chandigarh. The NITTTR Library, in turn, also lends its resources to the libraries of other government and academic institutions on reciprocal basis.
The document procurement services is also made available from NISCAR/ INSDOC, British Library Lending Division or other document delivery services if the user is willing to bear the expenses involved.
The Xeroxing facility in the Library is extended to the users within the premises of Library. The Library Xeroxing facility operates from 9 A.M. to 5.00 P.M.
This facility is extended to the institute faculty/staff free of cost. The other are charged Rs 1/- per page by the Media Center.
* IT Infrastructure
* Electronic Journals
* Multimedia Library
IT Infrastructure in NITTTR Library
The NITTTR, Chandigarh Library is fully computerized using Alice for Windows 5.46, an integrated multi-user library management system software package. The package supports all in-house operations of the Library. The system consists of modules on Acquisition, technical processing, management, circulation, periodical, stock checking and OPAC . A complete bibliographic record of book collection in the Library are available in the Library database and is accessible through the Library OPAC. The database of books available in the Library is being updated on day-to-day basis with details of recently acquired books through the book acquisition and management module. The records of eligible members are created when they apply for the membership of the Library. The entire collection and services in the Library are searchable through the OPAC. Two PCs are placed in the user's area to access OPAC.
Bar Code-based Circulation System
The Library uses bar-code technology for computerized circulation system. Every document in the Library (except bound volumes of journals, patents) bear a bar code tag that is used for its circulation. Similarly, all categories of users have bar-coded identity cards. The Library software has in built in-house facilities for generation of bar coding of books and patron cards.
Computing Infrastructure in the Library
The library has one server, 9 PCs fully networked and computing accessories to cater to the needs of Library computerization. Each Section is equipped with one PC. 2 PCs are exclusively earmarked for the users to access Library OPAC.
The Library is planning to subscribe the on line journals through INDEST Consortia in the coming financial year.
CD ROM Library With MultiMedia Support
The CD-ROMs received along with books/journals are available in the Circulation Section and the facility can be availed from 9.00 a.m. to 5.30 p.m. on all working days.
All CDs received along with books can be browsed and consulted in the library
Training Programmes/Operational Plan
ANNUAL TRAINING PROGRAMMES - OPERATIONAL PLAN (2011-12)
(Both Engineering College and Polytechnics)
For Attention of Faculty interested in attending Short Term Courses (STCs)
The faculty from Polytechnics & Engineering Colleges are requested to note that courses for Northern Region States in Operational Plan of 2011-12 of this Institute means States from Northern Region of India (Haryana, Punjab, Himachal Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, Delhi, Jammu & Kashmir, Uttrakhand, chandigarh), while â€œNationalâ€ means All States & All Union Territories of India.
Participants are requested to get confirmation from the co-ordinating department of this institute before proceeding for any training programme.
In realization of the need for training better quality technicians to meet the large scale industrialization of the country, the ministry of Human Resource Development (the then Ministry of Education), Government of India established four Regional Technical Teachersâ€™ Training Institutes (now National Institute of Technical Teachers Training & Research, NITTTR at Bhopal, Chandigarh, Chennai and Kolkata in 1967. The Institute at Chandigarh is one of these four NITTTRs, started in collaboration with Royal Netherlands Government (upto 1974). It was designed to meet the requirements of developing polytechnic education in the northern region covering the states of Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Punjab, Haryana, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Uttrakhand, Delhi and Union Territory of Chandigarh. The Institute is registered under the Societies Registration Act, 1860 and is managed by a Board of Governors.
The institute started with long term teachersâ€™ training programmes for polytechnic teachers in 1967 and was also entrusted with the responsibility of promoting curriculum development work for the states in the region. To improve the competence of teachers for implementing new curricula designed by this institute, short term courses have been offered since 1967. The institute established a Media Centre in 1981 for preparing print & non-print instructional materials.
The institute also set up the department of Rural Development and the department of Entrepreneurship Development to assist polytechnics in directing their efforts towards training manpower and disseminating information in these areas. The Educational Television and Computer Science departments were established in the year 1981and 1982 respectively. Since 1983, the institute has been guiding and assisting the states in the areas of Educational Planning and Management. Since 1992, the institute started offering Regular Master of Engineering Programmes in (i) Engineering Education and (ii) Manufacturing Technology. In the year 1994, two more courses namely Master of Engineering in Construction Technology and Management and Computer Science and Engineering were added. In the year 1998, two more Master of Engineering Programmes in Instrumentation and Control and Electronics and Communication Engineering were added, and, since 2005, the institute started offering Modular Master of Engineering Programmes in all the above disciplines. All these programmes, being offered for teachers of technical institutions and their administrators, professionals from industry and general candidates, are duly approved by AICTE and affiliated to Panjab University, Chandigarh.
Since June 2001, this institute has been conducting short term courses in various subjects for faculty of Engineering Colleges in addition to organizing AICTE sponsored Induction Training Programmes.
UPGRADATION OF THE INSTITUTE
The institute has been upgraded and renamed as National Institute of Technical Teachers Training and Research on 18 November, 2003 with an objective to play a wider role for the improvement of Technical Education in the country. Director is the Executive Head (CEO) of the institute. The present Director of the institute is Dr. Parijat De.
The institute has been ISO 9001-2008 certified.
All candidates under General (fresh graduates) and candidates (working Professionals) from industries category against 6 seats in ME Instrumentation & Control (Regular) and 8 seats in ME Electronics & Communication Engineering (Regular) Programme for the season 2011-12.
Please note that the institute will admit the above category candidates against 6 seats in ME Instrumentation & Control (Regular) and 8 seats in ME Electronics & Communication Engineering (Regular) Programme for the season 2011-12 as per criteria given below (and Not on the basis of OCET of Panjab University, Chandigarh):
* Aggregate % of Marks in all Semesters/years x 0.4
* Plus 1 mark for one year of experience subject to a maximum of 10 (only in case of industry candidates);
No experience is required for a fresh candidate.
(Dr. SS Banwait)
ME & Ph.D. Programmes
How to Reach
Chandigarh is a common Capital of Punjab and Haryana, is one of the most modern cities in India. Chandigarh is well linked to all urban centers in the region by road, rail and air. It is well served by an excellent network of roads. National Highway 21 and all the major road arteries link Chandigarh with the rest of India.
National Institute of Technical Teachers' Training and Research (Formerly TTTI), Chandigarh is one of the four institutes established by the Government of India in 1967 for the development of technical education in the country with focus on the states of the Northern Region. The institute had the collaboration of the Royal Netherlands Government for a period of seven years in the initial stage.
The institute is an autonomous organization registered under the Societies Registration Act 1860.It is managed by a Board of Governors. Director is the executive head of the institute.
The institute is situated in a well developed campus in Sector-26,Chandigarh covering an area of over 6.667 hectares. The institute has also residential campuses in Sector-26,29 and 42.The institute is about 5km from Chandigarh Railway Station as well as Inter State Bus Terminus.
NITTTR has collaboration / interests / interaction with Institutes of Higher learning and Industry at National Level and International Level
The institute has faculty strength of 65 with 16 Professors, 26 Assistant Professors and 23 Lecturers. The strength of technical, administrative and other supporting staff is 220.
Over the years the institute has developed the capability to offer wide ranging services to both the technical education system as well as industry. This is made possible by highly qualified, experienced and dedicated faculty, technical supporting and other staff backed by well-developed infrastructure and other facilities.
THE STRENGTHS AND SERVICES
* Customized tailor made programmes for working professional from industry at various level for upgrading their knowledge and skills in:
* Industrial Processes and Practice
* Engineering and Technology
* Human Resources Development
* Supervisory Development
* Computer Awareness and Applications
* Office Automation and Management
* Project Formulation, Implementation and Evaluation
* Sponsored Research and Development projects for improving industrial
Vision and Mission
NITTTR, Chandigarh shall dynamically respond, through an integrated package of Research and Development, Education and Training and Extension Services, to the needs of Technical and Vocational Education, Industry and Community to meet the challenges of advances in Technology, taking into account the impact of modern Communication Technology.
The mission of the Institute is to promote excellence in technical education and industry.
Broad Objectives of the Institute
* To provide professional education and training for teaching engineering and technology disciplines in technical institutions for advancement of learning, towards promoting excellence in technical education and industry.
* To strive for continuous improvement in instruction and research in engineering and technology disciplines and research management of technical education.
* To actively support the growth and quality improvements of technical education in the country through involvement in activities at national and state level.
The above broad objectives translated into the operational objectives are as follows:
* Training faculty and staff of technical institutions and working professionals from industry both within the country and from other developing countries through long, modular and short education and training programmes
* To foster and promote research in:
1. Improving classroom and laboratory techniques;
2. Developing understanding of teaching
3. All aspects of curriculum development and testing
* To prepare and supply, whereever necessary teaching aids, instructional material including filmstrips technical films and other aids to technical institutions;
* To associate the institute with councils and other academic bodies of technical education in the region, regarding curriculum development, admission procedures and examination reforms;
* To take initiative in improving technical education; and
* To collaborate with industries in the region in formulating training programmes of mutual interest.
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