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Baba Banda Singh Bahadur Engineering College (BBSBEC), Fatehgarh Sahib, Punjab
Fatehgarh Sahib (District Fatehgarh Sahib)
Punjab, India
Pin Code : 140407


Baba Banda Singh Bahadur Engineering College (BBSBEC), Fatehgarh Sahib Punjab is a recognised institute / college. Baba Banda Singh Bahadur Engineering College (BBSBEC), Fatehgarh Sahib Punjab is managed by Society: Baba Banda Singh Bahadur Educational Trust, Fatehgarh Sahib, 140407. Baba Banda Singh Bahadur Engineering College (BBSBEC), Fatehgarh Sahib Punjab was established on / in 1993.


Principal of Baba Banda Singh Bahadur Engineering College (BBSBEC), Fatehgarh Sahib Punjab is Dr TP Singh, Dr Manjit Singh Grewal, 98142-21213.

Baba Banda Singh Bahadur Engineering College (BBSBEC), Fatehgarh Sahib Punjab is situated in Fatehgarh Sahib of Punjab state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Fatehgarh Sahib comes under Fatehgarh Sahib Tehsil, Fatehgarh Sahib District.

Fax # of Baba Banda Singh Bahadur Engineering College (BBSBEC), Fatehgarh Sahib Punjab is +91-1763-232113, 503139.

Contact Person(s) of the Baba Banda Singh Bahadur Engineering College (BBSBEC), Fatehgarh Sahib Punjab is (are): Prof Oberoi 98151-67977, Manpreet Kaur Co-Ordinator Alumni Asso. 98148-18606, Dr. Harpreet Singh, Convenor.

Mobile No(s) of concerned persons at Baba Banda Singh Bahadur Engineering College (BBSBEC), Fatehgarh Sahib Punjab are +91-98148-99678, +91-98142-21213, +91-99152-99866, +91-98151-70097, 98148-18606.

email ID(s) is Baba Banda Singh Bahadur Engineering College (BBSBEC) Fatehgarh Sahib Punjab

Website of Baba Banda Singh Bahadur Engineering College (BBSBEC), Fatehgarh Sahib Punjab is www.bbsbec.org (working fine), www.bbsbec.ac.in.

Additional Information about Baba Banda Singh Bahadur Engineering College (BBSBEC), Fatehgarh Sahib Punjab is : Baba Banda Singh Bahadur Engineering College, Fatehgarh Sahib was established in 1993 by Baba Banda Singh Bahadur Educational Trust formed under the patronage of Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee with the approval of the Govt. of Punjab. The college is approved by A.I.C.T.E, New Delhi, Ministry of H.R.D., Govt. of India and is affiliated to Punjab Technical University, Jalandhar. The college initially started with B. Tech. programs in Computer Science andamp; Engineering, Electronics andamp; Communication Engineering and Mechanical Engineering with in take of 30 students in each stream. In the year 1997, the intake was increased to 60 students in each discipline. The intake was further increased to 90 students each in Computer Sc andamp; Engineering and Electronics andamp; Communication Engineering from 2000-2001.Two new programs i.e. B.Tech. in Information Technology with intake of 60 students and B.Tech in Electrical Engineering with an intake of 60 students has also been introduced from the session 2001-2002 and 2002-2003 respectively. The college is situated in an idyllic environment and is housed in a sprawling pollution free campus of 175 acres and is located in sacred surroundings of historic Gurdwaras of Fatehgarh Sahib, which stand a testimony to the supreme sacrifice of the two younger sons of Guru Gobind Singh Baba Zorawar Singh and Baba Fateh Singh, who were bricked alive here at the tender age of 9 and 7years respectively. Mata Gujar Kaur ji, mother of Guru Gobind Singh, also breathed her last here after the episode of supreme sacrifice of her grandsons. The college is named after Baba Banda Singh Bahadur a great saint and warrior; who conquered the Sirhind fort and laid to rest the tyranny of Mughal Empire. Fatehgarh Sahib has an ideal geographical location with the proximity to three important cities of the regions i.e. Chandigarh, Ludhiana and Patiala. The college is located at 5 kilometers from Sirhind Railway Station, 42 kilometers from Chandigarh, 65 kilometers form Ludhiana and 40 kilometers from Roopnagar and 35 kilometers from Patiala. Our college which is an ISO 9001 2000 Certified Institute is one of the leading institutions in Engineering andamp; Technology and is the most sought after for admission by the students who qualify through CET. The college is accredited by the National Accreditation Board of AICTE and also accredited by Institute of Engineers, India. The college is running Post Graduate courses in Computer Science, Electronics and Mechanical streams . With the addition of courses every year BBSBEC is bound to make a significant presence in the field of Technical Education as a Deemed University. Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee has been contributing liberally towards the development of the college.An amount of Rupees 50 crores is expected to be spent on buildings and equipment alone on this gigantic project. The governing body of the college, Baba Banda Singh Bahadur Education Trust has many eminent educational administrators, educationists, industrialists and public men of great repute, who have long experience of establishing and managing, educational institutions including Technical and Medical education as its patrons. With such luminaries to guide the destiny, Baba Banda Singh Bahadur Engineering College, Fatehgarh Sahib is bound to achieve greater and greater heights for the fulfillment of its mission and goals.The college has the following chapters of professional bodies:

  • Indian Society for Technical Education .
  • Institution of Engineers India.
  • Computer Society of India .
  • Society of Automotive Engineers.

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5th Convocation of the College held on 23.05.2007. Convocation address was delivered by Dr S.K. Salwan, Vice Chancellor, Punjat Technical University, Jalandhar

Student Activities
BBSBEC students continue to make their mark in academic, sports & various extra-curricular activities at different levels, thus adding more to its long list of achievements. On the cultural side, our College team was runners-up at the inter-zonal youth festival of PTU held at Jalandhar. Our Students represented the PTU at inter-varsity youth festival held at Bala ji Sahu University, Kanpur and bagged the third prize at all India level in one-act play.

Again, a student of this institute Mr.Arunabh Bera participated at all-India Sir Syad Ahmed, memorial debate competition organized by Aligarh Muslim University on by 22-23 Feb 08. As many as 25 Universities from all across India participated in this prestigious parlimentary debate competition where our student represented the PTU, Jalandhar. It is a matter of pride that he stood third at all India level bringing laurels to both the college and the University.

Adding yet another feather to its cap, our college bhangra team came 1st at pratibha-08 held recently at GJ-IMT,Mohali.

On the other side, BBSBEC continues to play role in an awakening the masses against various social evils prevalent in our society.On March 8, International womens day was celebrated in the college auditorium where some distinguished speakers including the college principal Dr.M.S.Grewal delivered valuable speeches, while over students performed some cultural events related to the days theme.On 17th March a prominent anti-foeticide punjabi musical play Daairey written by Dr Satish Kumar Verma and directed by Mr. Pran Sabharwal was presented in the college auditorium aiming to sensitize people especially the youth against this dreaded evil through the medium of theatre.Commissioner Patiala division Mr. S.K Ahluwalia IAS was the guest of honour at this occasion. Besides, college Principal Dr. M.S Grewal also gave an enlightened talk.

BBSBEC Students continues to take active part in various Quiz/paper presentation competitions being held from time to time within & outside the state. Eight of our students recently participated in paper Presentation competition in a tech-fest Azzaro-08, held at Haryana.Engg.College, Jagadhri and won prizes. Students of college organized a function in the college auditorium on 2nd April to observe mother-tongue day where some known literary figures from the region expressed their concern over the issue.

Dean Student Affairs
Student Committees
ISTE Student Chapter Committee.
The Indian Society for Technical Education is a national, professional, non-profit making Society registered under the Societies Registration Act of 1860. First started in 1941 as the Association of Principals of Technical institutions (ATPI), it was converted intoIndian Society for Technical Education in 1968 with a view to enlarge its activities and to advance the cause of technological education.BBSBEC is accredited by ISTE and ISTE chapter at BBBSEC is working under the supervision of ISTE Student Chapter Committe.ISTE organises various events such as TechFairs, ISTE conventions in its member Institutes.The ISTE chapter committee looks into the various events organized in the techfair and the conventions. The committee is headed by
Prof. J.S. Oberoi

IEI Student Chapter Committee.
The Institution of Engineers (India) is the largest engineering professional society in the country,established with a view to promote and advance the science, practice and business of engineering in all its branches. BBSBEC is accredited by IEI and IEI chapter at BBBSEC is working under the supervision of IEI Student Chapter Committee.IEI organises Technical Functions in its member institutes.This committee manages various events that are being organized by IEI in the college premises .Events include paper presentation, debates, seminars , technical Quizzes etc,.People from industry and various research centers are invited for delivering seminars and lectures.This committee is headed by Prof. Lakhvinder Singh HOD Electronics Deptt.

College Magazine Committee.
This commitee is incharge of anual college magazine -FATEH .The magazine mainly consists of four sections namely English, Hindi ,Punjabi and Technical.For Each section concerned faculty menber and students are appointed. This section is headed by Prof. Amritbir Singh.

Cultural Committee.
Indias persity of religions, languages, and cultures is unparalleled.Nations intricate ethnic mosaic is reflected by its art, architecture,music, and dance. BBSBEC formulated a college level cultural committee to preserve this marvelous culture. This committee organises and manages all the cultural activites and events which are held in the college during various college level, universty level functions.This committee also organises a cultural function for the annual convocation and an extravagant eventDazzling Dusk Night for the techfair. Continuing the legacy, this committee also arranges for the versatile singers for the annual concert.

NSS Committee.
This committee is mainly involved in organising events of social concern which includes Blood donation Camps , Tree Plantation sprees etc twice a year. This committee also collects funds by indulging in various activites to support aspiring students from financially weak background.NSS seeks to raise social consciousness and provide students with opportunities to work with people in and around the educational campus creatively and constructively and put education to social use. This is one of the active organisations of the college.This committee is headed by Prof. Lakhvir Singh.

Sports Committee.
This committee is incharge of organising the Annual Athletic Meet which is held every year in the month of March-April.The committee also manages the various universty level events which are held in the colleges gymnasium.This committee is headed by Dr D.S Seerah.

Training & Placement Committee.
This wing has to its credit placements of final year students in organizations of repute which offer handsome packages to the pass outs of this institute.This committee is headed by Prof. B.S. Bhullar Dean Training and Placement.

BBSBEC Alumni Association.
This committee mainly works in the direction of motivating students to establish rapport among students, alumni and faculty in an effort to make the students feel proud of their institute.

Personality Development Committee.
This association organises workshops, seminars, lecture series on the personality development.This association aims at the all round development of the students persona.

Hostel Welfare Committee.
This committe regularly checks the smooth functioning of the hostel. It keeps an eye on the Maintenence,cleanliness and discipline of the hostel.Committe also checks the mess , quality of food being provided in the mess and menu management. For recreation and entertainment various indoor games like chess, tabletennis, badminton are provided to broaden the personality of the students.Various cultural functions are also organized in the hostel by this committee such as teej festival, welcome parties.

Student Center
A state of art Student Centre provides students with a place to interact during off hours. It comprises of a spacious Canteen, a Fruit Shop, a PCO and a Cyber Cafe

Sports
BBSBEC students continue to make their mark in academic, sports & various extra-curricular activities at different levels, thus adding more to its long list of achievements. On the cultural side, our College team was runners-up at the inter-zonal youth festival of PTU held at Jalandhar. Our Students represented the PTU at inter-varsity youth festival held at Bala ji Sahu University, Kanpur and bagged the third prize at all India level in one-act play.

Again, a student of this institute Mr.Arunabh Bera participated at all-India Sir Syad Ahmed, memorial debate competition organized by Aligarh Muslim University on by 22-23 Feb 08. As many as 25 Universities from all across India participated in this prestigious parlimentary debate competition where our student represented the PTU, Jalandhar. It is a matter of pride that he stood third at all India level bringing laurels to both the college and the University.

Dean Student Affairs
Student Houses
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E-Mail
BBSBEC provides world-class email facility to all the students and faculty members in collaboration with Google. All the students and faculty members have been provided email account with 7GB of storage space. Student and faculty mailing groups have been created so that faculty members and students can communicate with each other at ease. BBSBEC mail can be accessed at http://mail.bbsbec.ac.in
If your require new email account or facing problem with your existing email account kindly feel free to contact us at:

Prof Jatinder Singh
Research and Development Lab
Department of CSE and IT
BBSBEC, Fatehgarh Sahib
Email: jatinder.saini@bbsbec.ac.in

OCMS
OCMS or Online Course Management System is an initiative of R&D Team of CSE&IT Department at BBSBEC. OCMS can be used by students to view and download, Lessons, Assignments, Quizes, Previous year Question Papers etc, which will be uploaded by respective teachers. OCMS has been developed using Moodle CMS. Moodle is a free and open source, e-learning software platform, also known as a Course Management System, Learning Management System, or Virtual Learning Environment. Moodle has a significant user base with 52,153 registered sites with 30,176,528 users in 2,770,832 courses in 207 countries and more than 75 languages are supported (as of March 27, 2009).

If you experience any problem in accessing this facility, kindly feel free to contact us at:
Prof. Birinder Singh
Research and Development Lab
Department of CSE and IT
BBSBEC, Fatehgarh Sahib
Email: ocms@bbsbec.ac.in , birinder.singh@bbsbec.ac.in

Internet Access
BBBSBEC is one of the best-connected campuses with optical fiber backbone connecting all the buildings in the campus. Around 800 terminals in the various departmental labs are connected to this network.BBSBEC campus has been overlaid with an extensive wireless network covering every nook and corner of the college and providing anytime, anywhere connectivity to students and staff. All the student hostels and faculty houses have been provided Network access through this wireless network. To provide secure and safe browsing to all the users, proper security mechanism is in place. All the students and faculty members are required to have username and password to access the BBSBEC campus network. BBSBEC has leased line connectivity of 8 Mbps to quench the bandwidth requirements of around 2000 students and faculty members residing on the campus.

For using this service, faculty members and students are required to contact us at:
Gurpreet Singh Bajwa
Department of CSE and IT
BBSBEC Fatehgarh Sahib
Email: gurpreet.bajwa@bbsbec.ac.in

Transportation
BBSBEC offer transportation service to the students and faculty members coming from Chandigarh, Mohali and Patiala. College has two 52 seater buses and one 32 seater bus. In addition to this bus service is also available up to GT road in the morning and evening times on workdays.

Detailed bus routes are available here.

In case any student want to avail bus service or is facing any problem related to transportation, kindly feel free to contact us at


Ram Singh
Transportation officer
Emai: ram.singh@bbsbec.ac.in

Research Journals
Learning is fast shifting to the Internet domain and major publishers of the technical literature across the globe have started to publish their contents online. BBSBEC provides online access to world-class technical literature in collaboration with the INDEST consortium. BBSBEC has access to contents from the following leading publishers
* Institution of electrical and electronics Engineers (IEEE)
* Springer
* Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)
* Elsevier

This facility is available in the BBSBEC campus and faculty and student can access it using their Internet access username and password. If you experience any problem in accessing this facility, kindly feel free to contact us at:

Prof Jatinder Singh
Research and Development Lab
Department of CSE and IT
BBSBEC, Fatehgarh Sahib
Email: jatinder.saini@bbsbec.ac.in.

General Secretary : Kirpal Singh Libra.

Contact Details of Baba Banda Singh Bahadur Engineering College (BBSBEC), Fatehgarh Sahib Punjab are : +91-1763-503056, 503141, 233713, 233813, 503063, 503056, 503143, 503066
Dr D.S.Hira, earlier Principal of BBSBEC now joined as Vice Chancellor of Guru Kashi University, Talwandi Sabo.

email ids:
convocation@bbsbec.ac.in
hod_csit@bbsbec.ac.in
query@bbsbec.org
hod_mba@bbsbec.ac.in
manpreetkaur@bbsbedc.org
careers@bbsbec.ac.in,

Dr. S.S Wadhwa Director 99886-38391 of Doaba Institute of Engineering and Technology, has resigned in about September 2010 from that Institute. He is now Professor Emeritus in Baba Banda Singh Bahadur Engineering College, Fatehgarh Sahib. He seems to be a very nice person.

Other colleges of Baba Banda Singh Bahadur Group, Fatehgarh Sahib
Baba Banda Singh Bahadur Polytechnic College, Fatehgarh Sahib


Courses

M.Tech (Mech. CAD/CAM), MCA, MBA


Baba Banda Singh Bahadur Engineering College (BBSBEC), Fatehgarh Sahib Punjab runs course(s) in Engineering, Business Management, Computer Applications stream(s).

Baba Banda Singh Bahadur Engineering College (BBSBEC) is affiliated with Punjab Technical University PTU, Jalandhar (Punjab)


Profile of Baba Banda Singh Bahadur Engineering College (BBSBEC)

BBSBEC is a premier technical institution established by SGPC in 1993, with the purpose of providing quality technical education to rural youth of Punjab. Over the years, BBSBEC has become a name synonymous with Excellence in academics, research, sports and cultural activities. This institution has helped in transforming the lives of hundreds of youngsters and has worked as an engine for socio-economic growth of the region. BBSBEC is all set to touch new heights and will continuously strive to live up to the expectations of its founders and all other stakeholders

Management
Baba Banda Singh Bahadur Engineering College, Fatehgarh Sahib is managed by Baba Banda Singh Education Trust established by SGPC in 1993. The President of SGPC is ex-officio President of trust. Following Eminent personalities are members of the trust.
Sr. No Name Designation
1 Jathedar Avtar Singh Makkar President
2 S. Didar Singh Bhatti Member Secretary
3 S. Balwinder Singh Bhundar Member
4 S. Harmel Singh Tohra Member
5 S. Maheshinder Singh Grewal Member
6 S. Surjit Singh Rakhra Member
7 S. Prem Singh Advocate Member
8 S. Tota Singh Member
9 S. Amrinder Singh Libra Member
10 S. Karnail Singh Panjoli Member

Administration
Principal
Dr. M.S. Grewal Deans
Dr. Lakhwinder Singh Academics
Dr. Jaspreet Singh Oberoi Research & Development
Dr. H.S Bhatti Student Welfare

Head of the Departments
Dr. H.S Bhatti Applied Sciences
Dr. Gurpal Singh CSE & IT
Prof. R.S. Uppal Electronics & Communication Engg.
Dr. Gursewak Singh Brar Electrical Engg.
Dr. A.P.S. Sethi Mechanical Engg.
Prof. Gagandeep Sharma MBA
Mrs. Sukhwinder Kaur Library
Dr. Darshan Singh Sports
Prof. B.S. Bhullar Training & Placement
Prof. Jasbir Singh Workshops
S. Manpreet Singh Construction & Maintenance

Administrative Staff
S. Ram Singh Administrative Officer
S. Mohan Singh Malhans Suptd. (Establishment)
S. Sukhjeet Singh Supdt. (Academics)
S. Balkar Singh Accountant

How To Reach Us
Fatehgarh Sahib has an ideal geographical location with the proximity to three important cities of the regions i.e. Chandigarh, Ludhiana and Patiala. The college is located at 5 kilometers from Sirhind Railway Station, 42 kilometers from Chandigarh, 65 kilometers form Ludhiana and 40 kilometers from Roopnagar and 35 kilometers from Patiala.The College is 250 km from New Delhi.

To Reach Fatehgarh Sahib by Bus
By road Fatehgarh Sahib is 250 Kms from National Capital Delhi. The National Highway No.1 (Sher Shah Suri Marg) passes through it at Sirhind and Mandi Gobindgarh situated in the district. All buses traversing the Delhi-Amritsar section halt here.For details please log on to their web site: www.indocanadiantransport.com
There are also regular bus services to Fatehgarh Sahib from Chandigarh, Patiala and Ropar.
To Reach Fatehgarh Sahib by Train
The District has Sirhind Junction Railway Station on the Delhi-Amritsar section. This junction links the country with the Ropar and Nangal Dam. On the Sirhind-Nangal railway line, there is a railway station at Fatehgarh Sahib. Many Express and Super fast trains halt at Sirhind Railway station. For more details regarding the trains, kindly log on to their web site http://www.trainenquiry.com


Train schedule for Sirhind Jn is as given below
Train No. Train Name Origin Departure Time Arr. Time
2013 AMRITSAR SHTBDI NEW DELHI 16:30 19:34
4553 HIMACHAL EXP. DELHI 23:10 04:10
4645 SHALIMAR EXP. NEW DELHI 16:05 23:00
4649 SRYUYAMUNA DELHI 12:10 16:36
4673 SHAHEED EXP. DELHI 12:10 16:36
4881 NDLSJUC EXP. NEW DELHI 14:50 21:02
1077 JHELUM EXP. DELHI 21:50 02:51
2925 PACHIM EXP. NEW DELHI 11:00 15:36
5707 KIRASER EXP. DELHI SHAHDARA 03:36 08:36
8237 CHHATTISGARH EXP. NEW DELHI 21:05 03:56

Fatehgarh Sahib has no direct Rail link to the State capital Chandigarh. But once the Ludhiana-Chandigarh railway line becomes fully operational Sirhind will have a direct railway link to Chandigarh as well.

To Reach Fatehgarh Sahib by Air
For those wishing to visit Fatehgarh Sahib after landing at the Delhi Airport, the Indo-Canadian Bus service runs regular Delux bus services from the Airport to Amritsar and these buses halt at Sirhind and Mandi Gobindgarh.

Message From Principal Dr. M.S. Grewal
For imparting quality education, strong infrastructure is a must but more important is the zeal and commitment of the faculty and staff, the discipline among the staff and students, and a burning desire to excel in all fields. It is because of the concerted efforts of the faculty and staff, and commitment of management that this college has taken fast strides towards excellence. BBSBEC was the first college in the University to earn the honor of having NBA (National Board of Accreditation) accredited B.Tech Programs. The programs have also been accredited by the Institution of Engineers, India, the national level professional body of engineers, for imparting quality education. These certifications could be earned because of the outstanding performance not only in academics, but also in all extra and co-curricular activities. BBSBEC offers a unique learning environment. Special emphasis is laid on the long cherished values. Institution facilitates innovative thinking by presenting students with exclusive learning ambience designed to fuel their growth as technocrats of tomorrow with problem solving approach and service to mankind.

Our updated course curricula, experienced faculty and state of the art infrastructure have all contributed to make our college excellent centre for providing quality education in engineering. The pedagogical methodology adopted by the dedicated faculty goes a long way in making strong theoretical foundations and practical knowhow of the students. I warmly invite the representatives of the industry to visit our campus and make assessment of our students for recruitment.

History
Banda Singh Bahadur (1670-1716) (Lachhman Das) was born in a Minhas Rajput family. He is considered one of the greatest and most hallowed warriors and martyrs of the Sikhs. He become a Sikh warrior known for his struggle against the Mughal Empire in the early eighteenth century after meeting with Sri Guru Gobind Singh. He became a warrior against the Mughal Empire and Guru Gobind Singh gave him the new name of Banda Singh Bahadur.

Famous for the sack of the Mughal provincial capital, Sirhind, he is revered as one of the most hallowed martyrs of the Khalsa. His confrontation with the Mughal administration in Northern India, though brief, was strong enough to shake its foundations. The agrarian uprising that he led in the Punjab was the foundation on which the Dal Khalsa, the Sikh Misls and Maharaja Ranjit Singh built the edifice which finally culminated with Ranjit Singh capturing Lahore in 1799 and establishing the Sikh Kingdom of the Punjab.

One of the most revolutionary acts of Banda Bahadur, after establishing his authority in Punjab, was the abolition of the zamindari system, and granting proprietary rights to the actual tillers of the land. Life of Baba Banda Singh Bahadur by Ganda Singh provides an authentic record of life and times of Baba Banda Singh Bahadur and is based on contemporary and original records.
SIGNIFICANCE OF HIS PERIOD
* Baba Banda Singh Bahadur was the first Singh King who established Sikh rule in a large part of Punjab.
* He minted coins in the names of Guru Nanak Dev ji and Guru Gobind Singh ji and issued orders under his seal.
* The name of Mukhlisgarh was changed to Lohgarh (Fort of Steel), and it became the capital of the first Sikh state.
* Banda Singh Bahadur abolished the zamindari system in Punjab.
Source: www.wikipedia.com

Infrastructure
Campus
The college has a sprawling pollution free campus spread over 175 acres of land in the heart of Fateharh Sahib. Fatehgarh Sahib has an ideal geographical location with the proximity to three important cities of the region i.e. Chandigarh, Ludhiana and Patiala. The college is located at 5 km from Sirhind Railway Station, 42 km from Chandigarh, 65 km form Ludhiana and 35 Km from Patiala.

Administrative/Academic/Blocks
The college has two beautiful and magnificent Administrative Blocks namely Panth Rattan Jathedar Gurcharan Singh Tohra Blocks- South Block and North Block, which house well designed airy lecture halls, library, tutorial rooms, well furnished seminar halls, laboratories, computer centre, drawing halls and administrative offices.

Workshop, Block
The workshop block, which is really an architectural marvel, has 1500 square meters of covered area. All the requisite shops, as per the degree requirement, for all the streams of engineering, are available and are equipped with modern equipment. The workshop block houses Machine Shop, Welding Shop, Carpentry Shop, Fitting Shop, Foundry Shop and Smithy Shop.

Auditorium
A centrally Air-Conditioned, marvellous and state of art auditorium is constructed with seating capacity of 750 persons. It is named after the great Sikh Scholar Giani Dit Singh Ji. It provides ideal environment to conduct extracurricular activities in the college.

Student Centre
A state of art Student Centre provides students with a place to interact during off hours. It comprises of a spacious Canteen, a Fruit Shop, a PCO and a Cyber Cafe.

Seminar Hall
The college can boast of well-designed and well-equipped air-conditioned seminar halls. These seminar halls serve as a platform for conducting various lectures/seminars of prominent personalities from industrial as well as academic background. The seminar halls are equipped with Multimedia LCD projector, high quality sound system, over head projector, computer and internet access.

Faculty & Staff Residences
Sufficient accommodation for the faculty as well as staff is available in the form of 24 B-Class (faculty houses), 32 C-Class and 8 D-Class (non-teaching flats).

Guest House
A beautiful guest house with an estimated cost of Rupees Thirty-five Lacs has been constructed recently.

Gymnasium/Sports/Facilities
To provide facility of indoor games like Chess, Table Tennis and Badminton to the students, an international standard gymnasium named after Sher Mohammad Khan has been constructed, wherein modern equipments/machines for physical exercises have been installed, in addition to different play courts. For outdoor games, college sports complex comprises of various grounds viz. Football, Volleyball, Cricket, Hockey, Kabaddi, Lawn Tennis, Basketball, Handball ground and a 400-meter Athletic Track.

Sports Stadium
To provide better sports facilities to the players and seating facility to the spectators to watch sports comfortably, the foundation stone of a beautiful stadium has been laid recently and the construction work is under way. Sports Stadium will incur an expenditure of Rupees Forty Lacs.

Swimming Pool
An international standard swimming pool has been constructed at an estimated expenditure of Rupees Fifty Lacs.

Boys Hostels
The college has sufficient arrangement for residential students with three hostels for boys namely, Baba Baaz Singh Hostel and Baba Binod Singh Hostel, having capacity to accommodate 450 students.

Girls Hostels
100% hostel accommodation is available for the girl students in the two girl hostels. The college has Mata Sahib Kaur girls hostel and the Bibi Bhani girls hostel with a capacity of 250 students each. Internet facility has been provided to the girl students in the Cyber Cafe in the Girls Hostels.

Electric Sub-Station/Gen Sets
The College has its own Electrical Sub station of 500KVA. In order to ensure uninterrupted Power supply College has two diesel generators with Capacity of 50 Kva and 150 KVA.

Digital ClassRooms
To improve the pedagogy, college have recently set up eight digital classrooms. These classrooms are equipped with multimedia projectors, computerand Internet Connectivity. Faculty makes use of power point presentation, audio and video clips for making the teaching and learning more effective and contemporary.

Admission Policy Btech
Admission is done on the basis of CET merit for the 85% Punjab State Quota and on the basis of AIEEE merit for the 15% other States Quota. 2/3% seats are filled through the central counseling conducted by PTU, while 1/3% management quota seats are filled by the college. In addition to the statutory reservations made by the government, the college has reservation for rural area candidates as well as for Sikh minority community students. The statutory reservations are given in detail in the PTU Information Brochure.

Rural Reservation
Overall 70% seats shall be filled by the students hailing from rural area in Punjab. Rural area means area located outside the limits of Municipal Corporation, Municipal Committee, Notified Area Committee, Cantonment Board, Township & University campus. A student hailing from rural area means:
* His/Her parents are permanently residing in the rural area as defined above.
* He/She has studied for a minimum period of 5 years from a recognized/affiliated school located in rural area.
* He/She has passed 5/8/10 or 10+2 from a school/ college located in rural area. Sons/Daughters of Defence Personal/ Ex-Defence personal residing permanently in rural area exempted from clause (ii) & (iii).

Management Quota
As per Government of Punjab Notification No.13/129/2003-1TE2/1030 dated 5.4.2004, there is “Management Quota” to the tune of 1/3% (one third of the total seats). Out of the “Management Quota” a maximum of 5% of the total sanctioned seats shall be filled from amongst Non-Residing Indian (NRI)/ Persons of Indian Origin (PIO)/ Foreign National Students and other related categories, in accordance with the procedure stipulated in the PTU Information Brochure . The Management shall fill these seats in accordance with the following order of preference:
* Merit in Common Entrance Test-2009
* Merit in All India Engineering Entrance Examination (AIEEE).
* Marks secured in the qualifying examination.
For admission to these seats an advertisement will be published in leading newspapers (English and Punjabi) in due course of time. The fee for “Management Quota” seats shall be the same as for “State Quota” Seats.

Sikh Minority Community Reservation
50% seats are exclusively reserved for the members of the Sikh minority community in this College. For these students who are going to appear in CET-2008 being conducted by Punjab Technical University, Jalandhar and wish to take admission in this college under this category, an Examination an Sikh Religion will be held at two Centers:
* Sri Guru Ram Das Institute of Dental Science & Research, Amritsar.
* Baba Banda Singh Bahadur Engg. College, Fatehgarh Sahib
* Guru Nanak Dev Engineering College, Ludhiana

A candidate will be eligible for admission by securing minimum 36% marks in the religious test. Admission will however be made on the basis of CET-2008 merit candidate desirous of appearing in this test must report at BBSB Engg. College, Fatehgarh Sahib with the following documents during any working day. Roll numbers will be issued on the spot:
* Affidavit under personal oath mentioning that I belong to Sikh religion, abide by principle of Sikhism, faith in Ten Sikh Gurus and Sri Guru Granth Sahib maintain complete Sikh appearance (Sikh Saroop) wear Turban (only for male candidates), do not cut hair, do have word Singh/Kaur suffixed with the name and do not believe in any other sect, should be duly attested by Judicial Magistrate/Oath Commissioner .
* Photocopy of Admit Card of CET
* Three attested photographs.
* DD of Rs. 400/- in favour of Coordinator (SRE) payable at Fatehgarh Sahib/ Sirhind.
In case the name of the candidate does not include “Singh/Kaur”, the candidate will have to submit the cutting of the Newspaper carrying the advertisement for the change of the name. Suggested Books for preparation are (SGPC Publication):

Sikh Itihas Part-I & II, Dharam/ Gurmat Philosophy, Sikh Rahit Maryada

The rule and regulations regarding admission and reservation are as per Punjab Technical University, Jalandhar instructions. The students can refer to CET-2008 Admission Brochure published by Punjab Technical University, Jalandhar for admission and detailed reservation policy of college.

Admission based on LEET 2008
There are 10% seats, as under, in each B.Tech. Programme for admission of diploma holder to 2nd year/ 3 semester. The admission to 2/3% seats will be made by the Punjab Technical University on the basis of Lateral Entry Engineering Test-2007 conducted by it. The 1/3% Management Quota seats shall be filled in accordance with the criteria, as laid down by PTU. For detailed information candidates must refer to the LEET-2008 Information Brochure of PTU.

Duration of Degree
The duration of BACHELOR OF TECHNOLOGY course will be four years, divided into eight semesters. The duration of each semester will be 20 weeks, according to the following schedule:-
August to December Odd Semesters (1,3,5,7)
January to May Even semesters (2,4,6,8)
June to July Summer workshop/ Industrial Training/ Tours etc.

Under Graduate Courses
Bachelor of Technology( B.Tech 4 years)

Intake
1. Computer Science & Engg. 180
2. Information Technology 120
3. Electronics & Communication Engg. 120
4. Mechanical Engg. 180
5. Electrical Engg. 60

Admission Policy Mtech
Administration Policy
(M.Tech. Programme CAD/CAM, Full Time)
The eligibility criteria is 55% marks in B.Tech. from PTU or its equivalent in Mechanical/ Industrial/ Production/ Manufacturing/ Welding/ Material Science/ Metallurgy. The admission will be based on merit of average marks of 8 semesters of B.Tech. degree. The GATE qualified candidates will get preference. The distribution of seats is as under:

The candidate seeking admission to sponsored category must submit a sponsorship certificate from his/her employer. All candidates must attach a character certificate from the institution last attended, photocopies of B.Tech. Degree/DMC and three passport size photographs.The fee and other charges are as prescribed by PTU and as applicable from time to time. The fee and other charges once deposited are not refundable/transferable.

GUIDELINES/INFORMATION FOR THE CANDIDATES APPEARING IN SIKH RELIGION EXAMINATION (SRE-2011)

1.Sikh Religion examination is being conducted by Baba Banda Singh Bahadur Engineering College, Fatehgarh Sahib, on behalf of SGPC.This qualifying examination is for 50% reserved seats in the following SGPC run institutes:

a)BBSB Engineering College, Fatehgarh Sahib.
b)BBSB Polytechnic College, Fatehgarh Sahib
c)Guru Nanak Dev Engineering College, Ludhiana.
d)Guru Nanak Dev Polytechnic, Ludhiana.

2.For admission to these colleges under Sikh minority quota, candidates must qualify the Sikh Religion Examination (SRE) conducted by SGPC. A candidate shall be eligible for admission by securing 36% marks in this test. Admission will however be made on the basis of AIEEE/JET.

3.The examination is to be held on 29th May 2011 from 1130 hrs to 1230 hrs in the following centres:

a)BBSB Engineering College, Fatehgarh Sahib.
b)Guru Nanak Dev Engineering College, Ludhiana.
c)Sri Guru Ram Das Institute of Dental Science & Research, Amritsar.
d)Mata Sundri Public School, Kotshameer (Distt- Bathinda)

4.The application forms shall be available at the counter of BBSBEC, Fatehgarh Sahib.This form shall have to be brought to the BBSB Engineering College, Fatehgarh Sahib.
5.Application on the prescribed form is to be submitted to Coordinator (SRE) c/o Principal, BBSB Engineering College, Fatehgarh Sahib. The admit cards to be collected personally by the candidates on the spot from 16.05.2011 to 27.05.2011 (except 22nd May [Sunday]).
6.The documents to be annexed with the applications are:

a)Photocopy of Admit Card of AIEEE/JET-2011
b)Three photographs.
c)Cash/DD for Rs. 500/- in favour of coordinator (SRE) payable at Fatehgarh Sahib/Sirhind.
d)Self declarationI belong to Sikh religion abide by principles of Sikhism have faith in ten Sikh Gurus and Sri Guru Granth Sahib and maintain complete Sikh appearance (Sikh Saroop) wear Turban (only for male candidates), do not cut hair, do have word Singh / Kaur suffixed with the name and do not believe in any other Sect as per this format The self declaration submitted should be countersigned by one of the parents of the candidate/ legal guardian.
7.In case the name of the candidate does not includeSingh / Kaur the candidate shall have to submit a copy of affidavit and cutting of the newspaper carrying the advertisement for the change of name.
8.The suggested books (SGPC Publications) for the preparation of the exam are: Sikh Itihas Part-I and Part-II by Prof. Kartar Singh, Dharam Pothi No. 9 & 10, Sikh Rahit Maryada, Sikh Faith by Gurbax Singh.

Message Dean Academics
Baba Banda Singh Bahadur Engineering College, Fatehgarh Sahib, is a center of erudition where we nurture young talents in different fields of Engineering. 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.
I am confident that our students would be an asset to the organization through their technical and managerial capabilities.
Prof. Lakhwinder Singh
Dean Academics

Research
Dean R&D Message
BBSBEC has envisioned itself to become a well known name in R&D activities. R&D activities are encouraged at both departmental as well as institute level. Research centers equipped with required infrastructure and other facilities have been established in all departments for achieving the goals. These R&D centers with inputs from industry and funding agencies would develop the vision of research. The performance of these R&D centers is measured in terms of funding received, industrial consultancy, publications, patents and conferences/seminars organized.

The institute provides travel grant to the faculty and the students to attend International/National conferences and training courses. Cash rewards are given to the faculty and the students for research publications. The faculty members are sponsored to pursue their doctoral programmes from IITs and other institutes of repute. With continual and visionary support from the college management and efforts of the faculty and the students, the R&D culture is really picking up day by day in the institute.
Prof. J.S Oberoi Dean R&D

Incentives
FACULTY DEVELOPMENT AND INCENTIVE SCHEMES
The college has highly competent faculty to impart high quality technical education. The college management is well aware of the fact that the quality of education imparted depends upon the quality of its faculty. All the possible efforts are being made for the development of the faculty by the college management through the following faculty development and incentive schemes, so as to nurture R&D culture of the college:
1. Quality Improvement Programme (QIP) of AICTE, New Delhi
2. Study Leave for Higher Studies
3. Financial aid to attend International and National Conferences
4. Sponsorship to attend Short Term Courses
5. Cash Reward of Rs. 5000/- and Rs. 2000/- for publication in International and National Journals respectively
6. Grant-in-aid to Individual Faculty Members to carry out R&D Work
7. In-house Faculty Training Programmes

Publications
S.No Name Co-Author Title Journal
1 Prof. Lakhwinder Singh Dr. J.S Dhillon Fuzzy satisfying interactive Multiobjective Thermal Power dispatch:SWT Approach Journal of Systems Science and Systems Engineering, 2007, 16, 1, 88-106

2 Dr. Harpreet Singh Dr. D. PuriDr. S. PrakashDr. R. Maiti Characterization of Oxide Scales to Evaluate High Temperature Oxidation behaviour of Ni-20Cr Coated Superalloys Materials Science and Engineering A, 2007, 464,1-2, 110-116

3 Dr Harpreet Singh Dr. D. PuriDr. S. PrakashDr. D.S Hira Investigations on Role of Plasma Sprayed NiCrAlY and Ni-20Cr Coatings to combat Hot Corrosion Materials Science and Technology, June 2007, 23, 6, 736-744

4 Dr. J.S Oberoi Dr. J.S. KhambaDr. SushilDr. Ravi Kiran The Relative Impact of Technology and Sourcing Practices in Managing Manufacturing Flexibilities –Evidence from Large and Medium Scale Enterprises in India Human System Management, 2007, 26,3,199-215

5 Prof. Gurpal Singh Prof. Ajaypal Singh AtwalDr. B.S. Sohi Mobility Management Technique for Real Time Traffic in 802.11 Networks Journal of Computer Science, Science publications, New York, 2007, 3, 6, 390-398

6 Prof. Gurpal Singh Prof. Ajaypal Singh AtwalDr. B.S. Sohi Application Controlled Mobile IP Handoff for 802.11 Wireless Networks International Review on Computers and Software, 2007, 2, 4, 371-381

7 Prof. Neeraj Bala Dr. Hapreet SinghDr. Satya Prakash An Overview of Cold Spray Technique Materials Science Forum, 2007, 561-565, 2419-2422

8 Dr. Harpreet Singh Prof. Neeraj BalaDr. Satya Prakash An Overview of Cold Spray Technique Materials Science Forum, 2007, 561-565, 2419-2422

9 Prof. Manpreet Kaur Dr. Hapreet SinghDr. Satya Prakash Some Observations regarding Erosion-Corrosion Performance of HVOF-Sprayed Cr3C2- NiCr and Cr3C2- NiCr-(25) WC-Co coatings in Actual Boiler Environment Advanced Materials Research, 2007, 26-28, 1345-1348

10 Dr. Harpreet Singh Prof. Manpreet KaurDr. Satya Prakash Some Observations regarding Erosion-Corrosion Performance of HVOF-Sprayed Cr3C2- NiCr and Cr3C2- NiCr-(25) WC-Co coatings in Actual Boiler Environment Advanced Materials Research, 2007, 26-28, 1345-1348

11 Prof. Gurpal Singh Prof. Ajaypal SinghDr. B.S Sohi Impact of Background Scan on Current and Neighboring Channels in 802.11 Networks International Review on Computers and Software, 2007, 2, 5, 565-572

12 Prof. Gursewak Singh Dr. Yadwinder SinghDr. Yudhvir Singh An Efficient Data Clustering Algorithm Using Fuzzy Logic for Control of a Multi Compressor System International Engineering and Technology (Journal of Electrical Analysis), 2007, 1, 2, 130-136

13 Dr. J.S Oberoi Dr. J.S.KhambaDr. SushilDr. Ravi Kiran Drivers of Volume Flexibility in Manufacturing Organizations: An Empirical Study Apeejay Journal of management and Technology, 2007, 2, 2, 18-25

15 Prof. Lakhwinder Singh Dr. J.S. Dhillon Fuzzy Satisfying Multiobjective Thermal Power Dispatch based on Surrogate worth Trade-off Method Electric power Component and System, 2008, 36, 1, 93-108

16 Prof. Neeraj Bala Dr. H. SinghProf. S. Prakash An Overview of Characterisations and High Temperature Behaviour of Thermal Spray NiCr Coatings International Journal of Materials Sciences, Vol. 2, No. 3, 2007, pp. 201-218

17 Prof. Joydip Dhar Dr. H.S Bhatti A Two Species Competition Model with Diffusion and a Common Supplementary Resource in Two-Patch Habitat Advances in Theoretical and Applied Mathematics ISSN 0973 4554 Volume 2 Number 2 (2007), pp. 103-116

18 Dr. Harpreet Singh Dr. D. PuriDr. S. PrakashDr. T. K. Ghosh Hot Corrosion of A Plasma Sprayed Ni3Al Coating on A Ni-Base Superalloy Mater. Corros., 2007, 58, 11, 857-866

19 Dr. Harpreet Singh Dr. D.PuriDr. S. Prakash An Overview of Na2SO4 and/or V2O5 Induced Hot Corrosion of Fe- and Ni-based Superalloys Reviews on Advanced Materials Science, 2007, 16, 1-2, 27-50

20 Prof. Satwinder Singh Sachdeva Dr. K.S KahlonProf. Harmandeep Singh Re-Engineering To Analyse OO Programming Techniques International Review on Computers and Software, 2008,3,1,109-113

21 Prof. Sukhwinder Singh Prof. Sushma GuptaProf.Sukhjit Singh A Criterion for φ- like Functions General Mathematics Vol. 15, No. 4 (2007), 121-130

22 Prof. Lakhwinder Singh Dr. J.S Dhillon Interactive fuzzy decision making for multiobjective load dispatch International Journal of Sustainable Energy, Vol. 27, No.1, March 2008, pp. 15-27

23 Prof. Lakhwinder Singh Dr. J.S Dhillon Fuzzy satisfying multiobjective thermal power dispatch based on surrogate worth trade-off method Electric Power Components and Systems, Vol. 36, No.1, Jan. 2008, pp. 93-108

24 Prof. Lakhwinder Singh Dr. J.S Dhillon Best weight pattern evaluation based security constrained power dispatch algorithm Journal of Systems Science and Systems Engineering, Vol. 16, No. 3, Sept. 2007, pp. 287-307.

25 Prof. Lakhwinder Singh Dr. J.S Dhillon Fuzzy satisfying interactive multiobjective thermal power dispatch: SWT approach Journal of Systems Science and Systems Engineering, Vol. 16, No.1, March, 2007, pp.88-106

26 Prof. Lakhwinder Singh Dr. J.S Dhillon Evaluation of best weight pattern for multiple criteria load dispatch Electric Power Components and Systems, Vol. 34, No.1, Jan. 2006, pp. 21-35

27 Prof. Gursewak Singh Brar Prof. Yadwinder S. BrarProf. Yaduvir Singh Implementation and Comparison of Contemporary Data Clustering Techniques for a Multi-Compressor System: A CASE STUDY World Scientific and Engineering Academy and Society.WSEAS Transactions on System and Control 2,9,(2007),442-449

28 Prof. Sukhwinder Singh Prof. Sushma GuptaProf. Sukhjit Singh On a Problem of Univalence of Functions Satisfying a Differential Inequality Mathematical Inequalities & Applications Volume 10, Number 1 (2007), 95-98

29 Prof. Sukhwinder Singh Prof. Sushma GuptaProf. Sukhjit Singh On a Class of Multivalent Functions Defined by a Multiplier Transformation Matematicki Vesnik, Vol. 60, No. 2 (2008), 87-94

30 Prof. Sukhwinder Singh Prof. Sushma GuptaProf. Sukhjit Singh On a Bounded subclass of Certain Analytic Functions Satisfying a Differential Inequality Journal of Mathematical Inequalities Volume 2, Number 1 (2008), 27-36

31 Prof. Satwinder Singh Sachdeva Prof. Vandana SharmaProf. K. S. Kahlon Performance Study of Improved Heap Sort Algorithm and Other Sorting Algorithms on Different Platforms International Journal of Computer Science and Network Security Vol. 8 No. 4 pp. 101-105

32 Prof. Satwinder Singh Sachdeva Prof. OP SinghProf. S K AdalakhaProf. Harnam SikarwarProf. Tauqueer Ahmad Reclamation and Management of Alkali Soils- A Decision Support Systems Journal of soil and water Conservation, Vol 7, No. 1, pp 25-32 (2008)

33 Dr. Harpreet Singh Dr. GitanjalyDr. S. Prakash Effect of Superficially applied ZrO2 Inhibitor on the High Temperature Corrosion Performance of Some Fe-, Co- and Ni-Base Superalloys Applied Surface Science, 2008, 254, 6653-6661

34 Dr. Harpreet Singh Dr. M. S. GrewalEr. H. S. SekhonEr. R. G. Rao Sliding Wear Performance of High-Velocity Oxy-Fuel Spray Al2O3/TiO2 and Cr2O3 coatings Proc. IMechE, Part J: J. of Engineering Tribology, 2008, 222, 601-610

35 Prof. Arjan Singh Prof. Baljit SinghProf. Akashdeep Sharma Havrda and Charvat Entropy Based Genetic Algorithm for Traveling Salesman Problem International Journal of Computer Science and Network Security, VOL.8 No.5, May 2008 312-319

36 Prof. Gursewak Singh Brar Prof. Yadwinder S. BrarProf. Yaduvir Singh Design & Development of an efficient algorithm and its software code for performance analysis of parallel multi-compressor system IETECH Journal of Electrical Analysis 2, 2, (2008), 52-61

37 Prof. Baljit Singh Prof. Amar Pratap Singh Edge Detection in Gray Level Images based on the Shannon Entropy Journal of Computer Science 4 (3): 186-191, 2008,ISSN 1549-3636

38 Prof. Sukhwinder Singh Prof. Sushma GuptaProf. Sukhjit Singh On a subclass of analytic functions General Mathematics Vol. 16, No. 2 (2008), 37- 47

39 Prof. Sukhwinder Singh Prof. Sushma GuptaProf. Sukhjit Singh On Starlikeness and Convexity of Analytic Functions Satisfying a Differential Inequality Journal of Inequalities in Pure and Applied Mathematics,Volume 9 (2008), Issue 3, Article 81, 7pp.

40 Prof. Sukhwinder Singh Prof. Sushma GuptaProf. Sukhjit Singh On Certain Results of Differential Subordination and Superordination Communications in Mathematical Analysis, Volume 6, Number 2, pp. 21–32 (2009) ISSN 1938-9787

41 Prof. Gurleen Kaur - Internet based Projects For Language Learning- A Student centered approach Language in India Volume 8, p 31-39, December 2008

42 Prof. Harpreet Singh Prof . Sandeep SinghProf. Balraj Singh Design of an Adjustable Roller Chain Coupling for Shafts of Different Diameters International Journal of Applied Engineering Research.ISSN 0973-4562 Volume 3 Number 11 (2008) pp. 1581–1590

43 Prof. J.S Oberoi Prof. J.S. KhambaSushilProf R. Kiran An empirical examination of advanced manufacturing technology and sourcing practices in developing manufacturing flexibilities International Journal of Services and Operations Management 2008 - Vol. 4, No.6 pp. 652 - 671

44 Prof. Lakhwinder Singh Dr. J.S Dhillon Secure multiobjective real and reactive power allocation of thermal power units Volume 30, Issue 10, December 2008, Pages 594-602

45 Prof. Lakhwinder Singh Dr. J.S Dhillon Fuzzy based surrogate worth trade-off method for multiobjective thermal power dispatch Vol. 89, December 2008, pp. 19-24

46 Prof. Gurpal Singh Deepak SoodChander Charu TripathiSuresh Chander SoodPawan Joshi Design, fabrication and characterization of microstrip square patch antenna array for X-band applications Indian Journal of Pure & Applied Physics, Vol. 46, August 2008, pp. 593-597

47 Prof. Gagandeep Sharma Mandeep Mahendru Efficiency Hypothesis of the Stock Markets:A Case of Indian Securities International Journal of Business and Management 136

48 Prof. Gurleen Kaur Ahluwalia - Riding the Web Wave with Blogs The Journal of English Language Teaching,47/2, March-April 2009,Pg 12-16

49 Prof. Neeraj Bala Dr. Harpreet SinghDr. S. Prakash High temperature oxidation studies of cold sprayed Ni-20Cr and Ni-50Cr coatings on SAE 213-T22 boiler steel Applied Surface Science: Volume: 255 (2009) PP 6862–6869

50 Dr. Harpreet Singh Prof. GitanjalyProf. Surendra SinghDr. S. Prakash High temperature corrosion behaviour of some Fe-, Co- and Ni-base superalloys in the presence of Y2O3 as inhibitor Applied Surface Science 255 (2009) 7062–7069

51 Prof. Akashdeep Sharma Prof. Baljit SinghProf. Arjan SinghProf. Jatinder Singh A Simple Efficient Circuit Partitioning by Genetic Algorithm International Journal of Computer Science & Network Security

52 Prof. Jaspreet Kaur Prof. Deepti Prit KaurProf. Kamal Deep Kaur Digital Image Watermarking: Challenges and Approach for a Robust Algorithm International Journal of Electronics Engineering, 1(1), 2009, pp. 95-97

53 Prof. Gurleen Kaur Ahluwalia - Exploring the Effectiveness of World Wide Web to Improve Communication Skills of Management Students: A Pilot Study Language in India, Vol 6, June 2009, Page 381-389

54 Prof. Gursewak Singh Brar - An Efficient Data Based Controller Using Back-propagation and Bi-directional Associative Memory Neural Network Architectures for a Multi Compressor System Journal of Advanced Research in Fuzzy and Uncertain Systems 1,1, (2009), 17-40

55 Prof. Rajpreet Kaur - Skeletonization Algorithm for Numeral Patterns International Journal of Signal Processing, Image Processing and Pattern Recognition,Page Numer- 63-73,Vol.1,No.1,Publisher-SERSC

56 Prof. Lakhwinder Singh Dr. J.S Dhillon Bi-objective thermal load dispatch problem using fuzzy decision approach Indian Journal of Power and River Valley Development, Vol. 56, No. 5, May 2006, pp. 150-154

57 Prof. Satwinder Singh Sachdeva Dr. K.S KahlonProf. Vandana Sharma Comparative Performance Study of Improved Heap Sort Algorithm on Different Hardware Journal of Computer Science,Vol.5 ,No 7,Page
Numer-476-478,July 2009

58 Prof. Arjan Singh Dr. K.S Kahlon Non-replicated Dynamic Data Allocation in Distributed Database Systems International Journal Of Computer Science and Network Security,Vol. 9 No. 9 pp. 176-180

59 Prof. Kanwalvir Singh Dhindsa - Analytical and Comparative Study of Data Mining Algorithms Using TANAGRA Tool For Farm DSS International Review on Computers and Software(I.RE.CO.S.),Naples,Italy, Vol. 4,No. 5, September 2009 (pp. 563-566)

60 Prof. Sukhwinder Singh Billing Prof. Sushma GuptaProf. Sukhjit Singh Dhaliwal A Sandwich-type Theorem with Applications to Univalent Functions International Journal of Mathematical and Computer Sciences (WASET), Volume 5, Number 4, pp. 224 - 229 (2009)

61 Prof. Sukhwinder Singh Prof. Sushma GuptaProf. Sukhjit Singh A general coefficient inequality General Mathematics Vol. 17, No. 3 (2009), 99 -104

62 Prof. Sukhwinder Singh Prof. Sushma GuptaProf. Sukhjit Singh On a problem in the theory of univalent functions General Mathematics Vol. 17, No. 3 (2009), 135 - 139

63 Prof. Sukhwinder Singh Billing Prof. Sushma GuptaProf. Sukhjit Singh Dhaliwal An Application of Differential Subordination to Analytic Functions International Journal of Comptational and Mathematical Sciences (WASET), Vol. 3, No. 7, 2009, 316-318

64 Prof. Sukhwinder Singh Prof. Sushma GuptaProf. Sukhjit Singh An Extension of the Region of Variability of a Subclass of Univalent Functions Journal of Inequalities in Pure and Applied Mathematics, Vol. 10, No. 4 (2009), Article No. 113, pp. 1-7

65 Prof. Sukhwinder Singh Billing Prof. Sushma GuptaProf. Sukhjit Singh Dhaliwal Certain Conditions for Strongly Starlike and Strongly Convex Functions International Journal of Comptational and Mathematical Sciences (WASET), Vol. 4, No. 6, 2010, 290-292.

66 Prof. Jaspreet Kaur Prof. Deepti Prit Kaur, Prof. Vivek SinglaProf. Mahesh K. Yadav Design and Implementation of a Robust Watermarking Algorithm for Image Protection International Journal of Electronics Engineering, 1(2), 2009, pp. 149-151

67 Prof. Supreet Singh Prof. S.S. Gill Prof. Jaspreet Kaur. Initial Partitioning Algorithm for ISPD98 Benchmark Suite International Journal of Electronics Engineering, I (2), 2009, pp. 285-289

68 Prof. Sukhwinder Singh Prof. Sushma GuptaProf. Sukhjit Singh Certain Applications of Differential Subordination to Analytic Functions Int. J. Open Problems Complex Analysis, Vol. 2, No. 1, March 2010, pp. 30-38

69 Prof. Kanwalvir Singh Dhindsa Prof. Himanshu AggarwalProf. Kamaljit KaurEr. Ghanaya Singh Numeric To Numeric Encryption of Databases: Comparison of Standard Encryption Algorithm with the proposed 3Kdec algorithm International Journal of Computer and Network Security (IJCNS),Vol. 2, No.1, January 2010 (pp. 103-107)

70 Prof. Kanwalvir Singh Dhindsa Prof. Parminder SinghProf. Himanshu Aggarwal Performance of TCP/IP over wireless networks using unaware approach International Journal of Computer and Network Security (IJCNS),Vol. 2, No.1, January 2010 (pp. 1-5)

71 Prof. Deepak Aggarwal Prof. Kanwalvir Singh Dhindsa Effect of embedding watermark on compression of the digital images Journal of Computing,Vol. 2,Issue 2,Feb. 2010 (pp. 5-8)

72 Prof. Manpreet Kaur Prof. Harpreet SinghProf. Satya Prakash High-Temperature Corrosion Studies of HVOF-Sprayed Cr3C2-NiCr Coating on SAE-347H Boiler Steel Journal of Thermal Spray and Technology,December 2009, Vol. 18(4), pp. 619-632

73 Prof. Gurleen Ahluwalia Prof. Deepak Aggarwal Language learning with Internet-based Projects: A Student-Centered approach for engineering students English for Specific Purposes World,ESP World, Issue 1 (27), Volume 9, 2010,

74 Prof. Amanpreet Kaur Er. Parampreet SinghProf. Divya GuptaProf. Ashish KumarProf. Inderpal Singh Development & comparative Analysis of an Adaptive Fuzzy Logic LFC control model for Gain Scheduling using Fuzzy Logic & Adaptive Fuzzy Techniques. IJCA Pg 14, Article 4

75 Prof. Neeraj Bala Prof. Harpreet Singh Prof. Satya Prakash Accelerated hot corrosion studies of cold spray Ni–50Cr coating on boiler steels Materials and Design, Vol 31 (2010) 244–253

76 Prof. Neeraj Bala Prof. Harpreet Singh Prof. Satya Prakash High Temperature Corrosion Behavior of Cold Spray Ni-20Cr Coating on Boiler Steel in Molten Salt Environment at 900°C Journal of Thermal Spray Technology, Volume 19(1-2) January 2010,pp 110–118

77 Prof. Satwinder Singh Prof. Jaswinder Kaur Dr. K.S Kahlon Neural Network - A Novel Technique for Software Effort Estimation International Journal for Computer Theory and Engineering, Vol 2, No 1, February 2010 PP 17-19

78 Prof. Sukhwinder Singh Billing Prof. Sushma Gupta Prof. Sukhjit Singh Dhaliwal A First Order Differential Subordination and Its Applications Int. J. Open Problems Complex Analysis, Vol. 2, No. 2, July 2010

79 Prof. Sukhwinder Singh Billing Prof. Sushma GuptaProf. Sukhjit Singh Dhaliwal Differential Subordination and Superordination Theorems for Certain Analytic Functions General Mathematics Vol. 18, No. 2 (2010), 143 -159

80 Prof. Manpreet Kaur Prof. H. SinghProf. S. Prakash Role of detonation gun spray Cr3C2-NiCr coating in improving high temperature corrosion resistance of SAE-213-T22 and SAE-347H steel in presence of Na2SO4-82%Fe2(SO4)3 salt deposits IngentaConnect Surface Engineering

81 Prof. Lakhvir Singh Prof. Sehijpal SinghProf. P.S Mishra Performance of abrasives used in magnetically assisted finishing: a state of the art review Int. J. Abrasive Technology, Vol. 3, No. 3, 2010, pp 215-226

82 Dr. Lakhwinder Singh Dr. J.S Dhillon Cardinal priority ranking based decision making for economic-emission dispatch problem International Journal of Engineering, Science and Technology, Vol 1, No.1, 2009, pp 272-282

83 Prof. Arjan Singh Prof. Brahmaleen KaurProf. Vishal Goyal Identification of proverbs in Hindi Text Corpus and their Translation in Punjabi Journal of Computer Science and Engineering, Vol 2, Issue 1, July 2010, pp 32-37

84 Prof. Arjan Singh Prof. Gurpinder Kaur Rule based Age Detection System International Journal of Computer Science & Communication, Vol 1, No.2, July-Dec 2010, pp 91-95

85 Prof. Arjan Singh Prof. Manisha KaushalProf. Baljeet Singh Adaptive thresholding for Edge Detection in Grey Scale Images International Journal of Engineering Science and Technology, Vol 2(6),2010, pp 2077-2082

86 Prof. Akashdeep Sharma Prof. Manish Mahajan Steganography in Colored Images Using Information Reflector with 2^k Correction International Journal of Computer Applications, Vol 1, No.1,

87 Prof. Lakhvir Singh Dr Sehijpal Singh Dr P.S. Mishra Internal Surface Finishing of Brass Tubes by Dry/Wet Magnetic Abrasives The IUP Journal of Mechanical Engineering,Volume 3, 2010 and pp. 18-28

88 Prof. Sukhwinder Singh Prof. Sushma GuptaProf. Sukhjit Singh Starlikeness of Analytic Maps Satisfying a Differential Inequality General Mathematics Vol. 18, No. 3 (2010), 51-58

89 Dr. Lakhwinder Singh Dr. J.S Dhillion Sensitivity Measures for Electric Power Load Dispatch Problem Electric Power Components and Systems, 38: 1228-1247, 2010

90 Prof. Gurleen Ahluwalia Dr. Deepti Gupta Are Indian Language Teachers Prepared for the Web World? A Case Study ELT Voices-India, Vol1,Issue 1, February 2011, 18-27

Collaborations
Faculty members of the Mechanical Engineering Department are undertaking some R&D work for the development of high temperature erosion/corrosion resistant thermal spray coatings for the power plant boilers and other similar applications in collaboration with the following industries:
1. Guru Gobind Singh Thermal Super Power Plant, Ropar, Punjab, India.
2. Metallizing Equipment Company Pvt. Ltd, Jodhpur, Rajasthan, India.
3. ASB Industries, Inc, Barbeton, Ohio, USA.

Achievements
1. Dr. Hapreet Singh, Dean (R&D) - Maharashtra State National Award for the Best Research Work done by Teachers of Engineering Colleges for the year 2007 by Indian Society for Technical Education, New Delhi.
2. Dr. Hapreet Singh, Dean (R&D) - Career Award for Young Teachers (CAYT) for the year 2006-07 by All India Council for Technical Education, New Delhi for his contribution to technical education and research proposal on Role of Post-Coating Treatments on the Erosion-Corrosion Performance of the Thermal Spray Coatings. The award consists of a research and development grant of Rs. 10.5 lacs.
3. Dr. Hapreet Singh, Dean (R&D) - Young Scientist Award for the year 2006 by Punjab Academy of Sciences, Patiala during the 9th Punjab Science Congress held at Guru Nanak Dev Dental College and Research Institute, Sunam on February 8, 2006.
4. Dr. Hapreet Singh, Dean (R&D) - The findings of the Ph.D. work along bio-data appeared in Meet Our New Colleagues column of International Journal of Thermal Spray Technology, Vol. 14, No. 3, September 2005 published by ASM, USA.
5. Dr. Hapreet Singh, Dean (R&D) - ARCI Best Technical Paper Award worth Rs. 2500/- at International Symposium of Research Scholars on Material Science & Engineering, December 20-22, 2004, IITM, Chennai, INDIA.
6. Dr. Hapreet Singh, Dean (R&D) - Certificate of Merit in recognition of research paper at XIII National Conference of Indian Society of Mechanical Engineers (ISME-2003) held at Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee, Roorkee, December 2003.
7. Dr. Hapreet Singh, Dean (R&D) - Was awarded QIP fellowship by AICTE, New Delhi for pursing Ph.D. at Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee, Roorkee from July 2002 to July 2005.
8. Dr. Hapreet Singh, Dean (R&D) - Bio-data published in MARQUIS Whos Who in the World, Volume 10,

2008, Mountain Avenue, Suite 300, New Providence, NJ USA.
9. Prof. R.S. Uppal - Best Paper Award at the National Conference held at NIT, Kurukshetra.

Foreign Visits
S.No Name Conference Location Date
1. Prof. Lakhwinder Singh Power System Conference 2006 Clemson University, Clemson , SC, USA March 14-17, 2006

2. Dr. Harpreet Singh International Conference and Exposition on Material Science and Technology (MST06) Cincinnati, Ohio, USA October 15-19, 2006

3. Prof. Gurpal Singh International Conference on Mobile Technology, Applications and Systems (Mobility 2006) Bangkok, Thailand October 25-27, 2006

4. Prof Ajaypal Singh International Conference on Mobile and Ubiquitous Computing (ICMU 2006) London, UK October 11-13, 2006

5. Prof. Gursewak Singh Brar World Congress on Engineering, 2007 London, UK July 2-4, 2007

6. Prof. Navdeep Kaur Brar World Congress on Engineering, 2007 London, UK July 2-4, 2007

7. Prof. B S Bhullar International Conference ASME-JSME Thermal and Summer Heat Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada July 8-12, 2007

8. Dr. Harpreet Singh Visit to ASB Industries Inc Barberton, OHIO, USA July 12-14, 2007

9. Prof. Niraj Bala International Conference and Exposition on Material Science and Technology (MST07) Detroit, Michigan, USA September 16-20, 2007

10. Dr. Harpreet Singh The Sixth Pacific Rim International Conference on Advanced Materials and Processing(PRICM 6) ICC Jeju, Jeju Island, South Korea November 5-9, 2007

11. Prof. Manpreet Kaur The Sixth Pacific Rim International Conference on Advanced Materials and Processing(PRICM 6) ICC Jeju, Jeju Island, South Korea November 5-9, 2007

12. Prof. Sandeep Kaur The IASTED International Conference on Software Engineering and Application (SEA 2007) MIT, Cambridge Massachussets, USA November 19-21, 2007

13. Prof. Amarinder Singh 39th International Conference on Computers & Industrial Engineering Troyes, France July 6-8, 2009

14. Prof. Deepak Aggarwal International Symposium on Computing Communication and Control Singapore October 9-11,2009

15. Prof. Mandeep Kaur Multimedia, Internet and Web Engineering (MIWE-08) organised by WASET Singapore 29th Aug - 1st Sept,2008

Staff
PHYSICAL EDUCATION & SPORTS
Dr. D.S.Seerha Director Physical Education

Administrative Staff
S. Ram Singh Administrative Officer
S. Mohan Singh Malhans Supdt. (Establishment)
S. Sukhjit Singh Supdt.(Academics)
S. Balkar Singh Accountant
S. Ravinder Pal Singh Accountant
S. Nirmal Singh Sr. Assistant
S. Jasbir Singh Sr. Assistant
S. Kuljit Singh Clerk
S. Jagar Singh Clerk
S. Dalbara Singh Clerk
S. Sukhdev Singh Clerk
S. Malkit Singh Clerk cum Caretaker
S. Jasbir Singh Clerk cum Caretaker
Ms. Rakhi Rani Clerk
S. Harinder Singh Clerk
S. Kuljit Singh II Clerk
S. Ravi Inder Singh Clerk
S. Harbans Singh Clerk
S. Ranjit Singh Clerk
S. Major Singh Clerk
S. Ranjit Kaur Clerk

Technical Staff
S. Manpreet Singh A.E.E. Cum-E.O.
S. Tejinder Singh Sr. Instructor Welding
S. Jastej Singh Sr. Instructor Foundry
Sh. Subhash Chander Sr. Instructor Machine
S. Jagmail Singh Instructor Carpentry
S. Daljit Singh Instructor Smithy
S. Major Singh Instructor Fitting
Sh. Shushil Kumar Sr. Lab. Technician
S. Surinder Singh J.E.
S. Charnajit Singh Lab. Technician
S. Lakhpreet Singh Lab. Technician
S. Krishanpal Singh Lab. Technician
S. Gurdip Singh Lab. Technician
S. Parminderpal Singh Lab. Technician
S. Baltej Singh Lab. Technician
S. Harchand Singh Lab. Technician
S. Taninder Singh Computer Operator
S. Jaspreet Singh Computer Operator
S. Gurpreet Singh Computer Operator
S. Devinder Singh Sub-Station Attendant
S. Harpreet Singh Sub-Station Attendant
S. Netar Singh Sub-Station Attendant
S. Balwinder Singh J.L.A
S. Rashpal Singh J.L.A
S. Jasbir Singh J.L.A
S. Mandeep Singh J.L.A
S. Avtar Singh Data Entry Operator
S. Dilbag Singh Data Entry Operator
Sh. Umesh Kumar Data Entry Operator
Sh. Amandeep Data Entry Operator
Sh. Laddi Kumar Data Entry Operator
S. Baljit Singh Lab. Attendant
S. Sukhjit Singh Lab. Attendant
S. Ranjodh Singh Lab. Attendant
S. Daljit Singh Lab. Attendant
S. Gurmeet Singh Lab. Attendant
S. Parminder Singh Lab. Attendant
S. Sukhwant Singh Lab. Attendant
S. Jasbir Singh Lab. Attendant
Ms. Manjit Kaur Lab. Attendant
S. Deshvir Singh Lab. Attendant

Library
To support the academic requirements of the staff and students, college has a wellstocked library having separate stacking and reading areas, and it subscribes to more than 180 international and national journals. It has more than 20,000 text & reference books and around 1500 CDs/VCDs etc. Around 400 books on general topics have also been added. The study room of the library is going to be centrally air-conditioned. A multimedia Lab. is attached for showing audio-video courses.

College Library has DEL-NET membership through which faculty members as well as students can have access to the required books on loan or any article needed for research work from any library around the world, which is connected through this network, thus providing a new world of library network.

On-line International Journals
To update their knowledge at international level, the students and staff have been provided with access to 140 ON-LINE IEEE INTERNATIONAL JOURNALS on

EDUSAT of AICTE Linking of College for Satellite Comm. Enabled Education.

We are in the process of linking our college under EDUSAT. The EDUSAT, Indias exclusive Satellite for education has been operational since October 23, 2004. The Ministry of HRD is in the process of developing effective network for satellite communication enabled education.The AICTE will develop course wise/topic wise lectures and also practical demonstration series which will be beamed to linked colleges. Under this scheme, we will be provided connectivity through Ku-band for an interactive classroom which will have a two-way video conferencing facility.

Book Bank for SC/ST Students
A books bank exclusively for SC/ST students has been established in the Library by the Government of Punjab, in which there are 1770 books at present, which are issued to SC/ST students only.

Canteen
College has well equipped canteen, which provides wholesome and nutritious meals & snacks. College also has NescafeTM Kiosk, Snack Bar, and a Verka Booth which provides refreshing drinks and snacks.

Guest House
A beautiful guest house with an estimated cost of Rupees Thirty-five Lacs has been constructed recently.

Computer Center
BBSBEC computer center is well equipped to meet the central computing requirements of the faculty, staff and students of the institute. All the major software and hardware platforms have made available to the faculty and students. Computer center develops and maintains college websites, Proxy servers, FTP servers, DNS servers; it also provides Antivirus solutions and Email facilities to faculty and staff. Computer center remains open from 8.30 a.m. to 9 p.m. on weekdays and from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on weekends. Computer center also looks after maintenance of computers and other IT infrastructure of the college. Computer center also provides various advanced and special purpose software like Matlab, Qualnet etc for the campus users. The Computer Centre is also involved in developing software for in-house use. The Examination and attendance management system developed by the Centre is used comprehensively by all the departments. Course management system is under development and will be unleashed shortly. The Computer Centre also conducts short term courses for non teaching staff of the college.

Computer center is also responsible for management of Internet bandwidth management and currently 5 Mbps Internet leased line terminates in the computer center from where it is distributed to other departments of the college. The Computer Centre also manages the Campus wide network of the institute. The campus wide network has been extended to all the hostels and faculty and staff residences. New hardware and software are procured on a regular basis so as to provide a state of the art computing facility to the BBSBEC family. To cope with the power cuts and to provide maximum uptime to the users, computer center is powered by 160 KVA capacity UPS systems backed with adequate generator supply.

To provide access to the central computing facilities and Internet access throughout the campus, optical fiber based gigabit backbone campus wide area network has been implemented in the college. This network connects all the departments, hostels and faculty residences. Latest managed layer-3 and layer-2 switches and optical fiber physical medium has been used to implement this project which currently serves some 750+ nodes in the college. Wired network has been overlaid with the extensive wireless network consisting of 200 plus 802.11b/g wireless access points. This wireless network provides seamless connectivity throughout the campus. Campus wireless network has been well secured by deploying home developed open source based security solutions. This network is maintained and managed by the computer science and IT department of the college.

Workshops
Workshop Department of the college plays a key role in imparting basic workshop and engineering practical training to the students of the college. The college is having spacious central workshops. A basic training in central workshops satisfies the degree requirement for all streams of engineering during their first or second semester. The college workshop also undertakes repair and maintenance work of all the departments and is a central facility for the fabrication of projects and other research and development activities being carried out in the college.
The college workshop has following well equipped shops:

Machine Shop
It is equipped with lathes, shapers, milling machines, planner, slotter, capstan lathe, production lathe, cylindrical grinder, surface grinder, broaching machine and honing machine. After working in the machine shop students will be able to produce any kind of complex machined product.

Foundry Shop
Students learn the processes of hot metal casting and how they interface with other production methods. It includes industrial pattern making techniques and foundry methods

Fitting Shop
Students acquire skills in using tools and basic fitting equipment, identification of materials, description and demonstration of various types of work benches, holding devices and files, precautions while filing, marking of jobs

Electrical Shop
Study, demonstration and identification of common electrical materials such as wires, cables, switches, fuses, ceiling roses, battens, cleats and allied items, tools, accessories, electrical safety measures and demonstration about use of protective devices. Laying out of complete wiring of a house and study of common electrical appliances is being practiced by the students

Carpentry Shop
Students acquire skills in using both power and hand tools and general information regarding building materials and construction methods. The students undertake the practice of marking, sawing, extensive planning and chiseling operations.

Smithy Shop
Technical know how is imparted on bowers, pressure blowers, upsetting operation, description and specification of anvils, swage blocks, hammers, power hammers etc.

Gymnasium
To provide facility of indoor games like Chess, Table Tennis and Badminton to the students, an international standard gymnasium named after Sher Mohammad Khan has been constructed, wherein modern equipments/machines for physical exercises have been installed, in addition to different play courts. For outdoor games, college sports complex comprises of various grounds viz. Football, Volleyball, Cricket, Hockey, Kabaddi, Lawn Tennis, Basketball, Handball ground and a 400-meter Athletic Track.

Message From Dr. H.S Bhatti Dean Student Welfare
BBSBEC campus life is a unique experience in itself in an environment conducive to academics, sports, culture, social and literary activities. The diverse social, cultural and geographical background of the students helps them understand various cultures and communities and learn to live in heterogeneous environment. Various student bodies, chapters and clubs provide students with the platforms to channelize their energy in positive way and exhibit and hone their skills. College cafeteria and student center is an architectural marvel and an ideal place for endless discussion and talks. Well planned and maintained lush green lawns in the vicinity of residential hostels given resort like looks to the residences. Fatehgarh Sahib is a historical city with important religious places associate with all the faiths and historical sites related to Mughals and Kushan period.

Students accommodation arrangement consist of four modern and well-designed residence hostels equipped with most modern facilities and amenities. Each hostel is self-contained with amenities such as Common Room, Reading Room, and Dining Hall with Mess. Internet facility and 24 hour generator backed power is provided in all the residence hostels. The students are encouraged to participate in games and sports activities which cover Athletics, Badminton, Basketball, Cricket, Cycling, Football, Gymnastics, Hockey, Judo, Lawn Tennis, Kabaddi, Swimming, Table Tennis, Volleyball, Yoga and Weightlifting. These activities make the leisure hours of students profitable.

Cultural activities at BBSBEC provide a full measure of opportunity to students for their artistic and theatrical pursuits. College has an auditorium with seating capacity of 750 which forms the hub of the cultural life at BBSBEC. Student cultural committees under the guidance of faculty members organize various cultural programs from time to time in form of welcome parties, farewell parties and inter department competitions. All the Departments have chapters of professional societies like CSI, ISTE, IE, SAE managed by the faculty and students. Students interested in quiz competition, debate and other technical competitions join various clubs like Devnet Club, Techno Club etc. which organize number of technical competitions from time to time every year.

Hostels
Boys Hostels
The college has sufficient arrangement for residential students with two hostels for boys namely Baba Baaz Singh Hostel and Baba Binod Singh hostel having capacity to accommodate 450 students 100% hostel accommodation is available for the girl students in the two girl hostels viz.

Girls Hostels
The college has Mata Sahib Kaur girls hostel and the second one Bibi Bhani girls hostel with a capacity of 250 students each. Internet facility has been provided to the girl students in the Cyber Cafe in the Girls Hostels.

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Engineering student commits suicide

Fatehgarh Sahib: A 17-year-old student of a SGPC run engineering college today allegedly committed suicide by jumping from the college building here.

Sharandeep Singh, a B.Tech student, jumped from the third floor of the college building and was rushed to a hospital but succumbed to his injuries this evening, police said.Terming Sharandeep a brilliant student, college principal M S Grewal said that the reason of his extreme step is yet to be known.

Engineering student commits suicide

Fatehgarh Sahib: A 17-year-old student of a SGPC run engineering college today allegedly committed suicide by jumping from the college building here.

Sharandeep Singh, a B.Tech student, jumped from the third floor of the college building and was rushed to a hospital but succumbed to his injuries this evening, police said.Terming Sharandeep a brilliant student, college principal M S Grewal said that the reason of his extreme step is yet to be known.

TEJINDER SINGH AND OTHERS Versus THE STATE OF PUNJAB AND OTHERS Civil Writ Petition No.16789 of 2010

IN THE HIGH COURT OF PUNJAB and HARYANA AT CHANDIGARH

Tejinder Singh and others .....Petitioners
versus
The State of Punjab and others .....Respondents

CORAM : HONBLE MR.JUSTICE SURYA KANT.
Present :
Mr.Rajiv Atma Ram, Senior Advocate with
Mr.Vikas Kuthiala, Advocate, for the petitioners.
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1. Whether Reporters of Local papers may be allowed to see the judgment?
2. To be referred to the Reporters or not?
3. Whether the judgment should be reported in the Digest?
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Surya Kant, J. (Oral)
The petitioners are Class-III and Class-IV employees serving in Baba Banda Singh Engineering College, Fatehgarh Sahib. They seek a mandamus to direct respondent Nos.6 to 9, namely, the Managing Committee of the Colleges including the Shiromani Gurudwara Prabhandak Committee, to grant them the benefit of ACP Scheme which is already admissible to the employees of such like other institutions. It is averred that on the repeated demands raised by the employees, respondent No.9-Shiromani Gurudwara Prabhandak Committee constituted a Committee which upon consideration of the matter has already recommended for implementation and grant the benefit of ACP Scheme to the employees like the petitioners. However, these recommendations have not been given effect for no reason whatsoever. In this regard, the petitioners, after representing the authorities, have also served the respondents with a legal notice dated 21.10.2009 (Annexure P15) but without any response. Having heard learned counsel for the petitioners at some length and considering the nature of relief sought in this writ petition, I deem it appropriate to dispose of the same with a direction to the respondents, especially respondent Nos.6 to 9, to consider and dispose of the claim of the petitioners as contained in the legal notice dated 20.10.2009 (Annexure P15) by passing a reasoned order, preferably within a period of three months from the date of receiving a certified copy of this order. Suffice it to say that if the petitioners are found entitled to any monetary benefit, the same shall also be released within the stipulated period. Ordered accordingly. Dasti.

(SURYA KANT)
JUDGE

Ravinder Krishan versus Baba Banda Singh Bahadur Engineering College (BBSBEC) Fatehgarh Sahib

STATE INFORMATION COMMISSION, PUNJAB
SCO No. 32-33-34, Sector -17-C, CHANDIGARH
Sh. Ravinder Krishan,
H.No.3173, W.No.8,
New Abadi, Sarhind Mandi,
Fatehgarh Sahib
…………………………….Complainant

Vs.

Public Information Officer
O/o Baba Banda Singh
Bahadur Engg. College,
Fatehgarh Sahib ………………………………..Respondent


CC No. 531 of 2010

Present:
(i) None is present on behalf of the Complainant
(ii) Sh. Ram Singh, Admn. Officer on behalf of the Respondent

ORDER

Heard

2. The question whether a Baba Banda Singh Bahadur Engg. College is a “public authority” as defined in the RTI Act, 2005 is under adjudication in the Hon’ble Punjab and Haryana High Court.
3. Therefore, the case is adjourned sine die. Any of the parties can request for hearing only after the decision of the Hon’ble Punjab and Haryana High Court.
Announced in the hearing

Copies of the order be sent to the parties.

Sd/-
(Kulbir Singh)
Dated: 11th June, 2010 State Information Commissioner

Ravinder Krishan versus Baba Banda Singh Bahadur Engineering College (BBSBEC) Fatehgarh Sahib

STATE INFORMATION COMMISSION, PUNJAB
SCO No. 32-33-34, Sector -17-C, CHANDIGARH
Sh. Ravinder Krishan,
H.No.3173, W.No.8,
New Abadi, Sarhind Mandi,
Fatehgarh Sahib
…………………………….Complainant

Vs.

Public Information Officer
O/o Baba Banda Singh
Bahadur Engg. College,
Fatehgarh Sahib ………………………………..Respondent


CC No. 531 of 2010

Present:
(i) None is present on behalf of the Complainant
(ii) Sh. Ram Singh, Admn. Officer on behalf of the Respondent

ORDER

Heard

2. The question whether a Baba Banda Singh Bahadur Engg. College is a “public authority” as defined in the RTI Act, 2005 is under adjudication in the Hon’ble Punjab and Haryana High Court.
3. Therefore, the case is adjourned sine die. Any of the parties can request for hearing only after the decision of the Hon’ble Punjab and Haryana High Court.
Announced in the hearing

Copies of the order be sent to the parties.

Sd/-
(Kulbir Singh)
Dated: 11th June, 2010 State Information Commissioner

Ravinder Krishan versus Baba Banda Singh Bahadur Engineering College (BBSBEC) Fatehgarh Sahib

STATE INFORMATION COMMISSION, PUNJAB
SCO No. 32-33-34, Sector -17-C, CHANDIGARH
Sh. Ravinder Krishan,
H.No.3173, W.No.8,
New Abadi, Sarhind Mandi,
Fatehgarh Sahib
…………………………….Complainant

Vs.

Public Information Officer
O/o Baba Banda Singh
Bahadur Engg. College,
Fatehgarh Sahib
………………………………..Respondent

CC No. 531 of 2010

Present:
(i) Sh. Jaipal Singh on behalf of the Complainant
(ii) Sh. Ram Singh, Admn Officer on behalf of the Respondent

ORDER

Heard

2. Complainant prays for more time to submit his reply.

3. Adjourned to 11.06.10 (10.30 AM) for further proceedings. Copies of the order be sent to the parties
Sd/-
(Kulbir Singh)
Dated: 20th May, 2010 State Information Commissioner

Ravinder Krishan versus Baba Banda Singh Bahadur Engineering College (BBSBEC) Fatehgarh Sahib

STATE INFORMATION COMMISSION, PUNJAB
SCO No. 32-33-34, Sector -17-C, CHANDIGARH
Sh. Ravinder Krishan,
H.No.3173, W.No.8,
New Abadi, Sarhind Mandi,
Fatehgarh Sahib
…………………………….Complainant

Vs.
Public Information Officer
O/o Baba Banda Singh
Bahadur Engg. College,
Fatehgarh Sahib
………………………………..Respondent

CC No. 531 of 2010

Present:
(i) Sh. Arun Dogra, Advocate on behalf of the Complainant
(ii) Sh. Munish Kapila, Advocate on behalf of the Respondent.

ORDER

Heard

2. Complainant has authorized Sh. Arun Dogra, Advocate to appear on his behalf for today’s hearing. Respondent has filed his reply. Copy of the same is given to the Complainant today in the Commission. Complainant is advised to file his submission in this regard before the next date of hearing with a copy to the Respondent.

3. Adjourned to 20.05.10 (2.00 PM) for further proceedings. Copies of the order be sent to the parties.
Sd/-
(Kulbir Singh)
Dated: 30th April, 2010 State Information Commissioner

Vikas Kuthiala versus Baba Banda Singh Bahadur Engineering College (BBSBEC) Fatehgarh Sahib

STATE INFORMATION COMMISSION, PUNJAB
SCO No. 32-33-34, Sector -17-C, CHANDIGARH
Sh. Vikas Kuthiala,
S/o Sh. Kuldip Kuthiala,
105, Sector : 27-A,
Chandigarh
…………………………….Complainant

Vs.

Public Information Officer
O/o. Principal Baba Banda Singh Bahadur
Engineering College,
Fatehgarh Sahib
………………………………..Respondent


CC No. 4070 of 2009

Present:
(i) Sh. Vikas Kuthiala, the Complainant
(ii) Sh. Munish Kapila, Advocate on behalf of the Respondent.

ORDER

Heard

2. In the order dated 09.03.10, Respondent was directed to provide the information and in case Respondent feels that the information demanded by the Complainant is exempted from disclosure under Section 8 of the RTI Act, he may file his written objections to the disclosure of information.

3. In today’s hearing, the respondent submits a photocopy of an order passed by Hon’ble Justice Shri K.Kannan of Hon’ble Punjab and Haryana High Court in CWP No.4082/2010. An interim stay has been granted by the Hon’ble High Court. Copy of which is given to the Complainant also

4. Therefore, the case is adjourned sine die. Any of the parties can request for hearing only after the decision in CWP-4082/2010 has been fully pronounced.
Announced in the hearing

Copies of the order be sent to the parties.

Sd/-
(Kulbir Singh)
Dated: 30th April, 2010 State Information Commissioner

Ravinder Krishan versus Baba Banda Singh Bahadur Engineering College (BBSBEC) Fatehgarh Sahib

STATE INFORMATION COMMISSION, PUNJAB
SCO No. 32-33-34, Sector -17-C, CHANDIGARH
Sh. Ravinder Krishan,
H.No.3173, W.No.8,
New Abadi, Sarhind Mandi,
Fatehgarh Sahib
…………………………….Complainant

Vs.

Public Information Officer
O/o Baba Banda Singh
Bahadur Engg. College,

Fatehgarh Sahib ………………………………..Respondent

CC No. 531 of 2010

Present:
None is present on behalf of the Complainant
Sh. Munish Kapila, Advocate on behalf of the Respondent

ORDER

Heard
2. Complainant has informed on telephone that he is unable to attend the hearing and sought another date. Sh. Munish Kapila, Advocate appeared on behalf of the PIO has sought another date.

3. Adjourned to 30.04.10 (11.00 AM) for further proceedings. Copies of the order be sent to the parties.

Sd/-
(Kulbir Singh)
Dated: 9th March, 2010 State Information Commissioner

Vikas Kuthiala versus Baba Banda Singh Bahadur Engineering College (BBSBEC) Fatehgarh Sahib

STATE INFORMATION COMMISSION, PUNJAB
SCO No. 32-33-34, Sector -17-C, CHANDIGARH

Sh. Vikas Kuthiala,
S/o Sh. Kuldip Kuthiala,
105, Sector : 27-A,
Chandigarh
…………………………….Complainant

Vs.

Public Information Officer
O/o. Principal Baba Banda Singh Bahadur
Engineering College,
Fatehgarh Sahib

………………………………..Respondent
CC No. 4070 of 2009

ORDER

Arguments were heard in this case on 18.02.10 and judgment was reserved.

2. The question arising for decision in the instant matter is whether the Baba Banda Singh Bahadur Engineering College, Fatehgarh Sahib is a public authority within a meaning of section 2(h) RTI Act 2005. The college in question is owned and run by Baba Banda Singh Bahadur Education Trust Society. The reading of the trust deed which has been placed on the file shows that the SGPC has donated Rs. One crore to the society for running of this college and that all the trustees are to be appointed by the SGPC through its Executive Committee, President or the founder Sh. Gurcharan Singh Tohra. The SGPC is a statutory body. The President of the SGPC is the ex-officio president of the trust. The SGPC is, therefore, completely controlling and managing the trust responsible for running the college in question. It is thus obvious that the Respondent college is an emanation of SGPC and cannot be treated as an entity different from the SGPC. In other words, the college is an activity undertaken by the SGPC and the application made to the college under the RTI Act shall be deemed to be an application made to the SGPC which is undisputedly a public authority under the RTI Act 2005.

3. In view the foregoing, I hold that the Respondent College is a public authority. The Respondent is directed to supply the information as demanded by the Complainant. In case the Respondent feels that the information demanded is exempt from disclosure under Section 8 of the RTI Act , he may file his written objections to the disclosure of information on that ground by the next date of hearing.

4. Adjourned to 30.04.2010 (11.00 AM) for further proceedings. Copies of the order be sent to the parties by registered post.


Sd/-
(Kulbir Singh)
Dated: 9th March, 2010 State Information Commissioner

Vikas Kuthiala versus Baba Banda Singh Bahadur Engineering College (BBSBEC) Fatehgarh Sahib

STATE INFORMATION COMMISSION, PUNJAB
SCO No. 32-33-34, Sector -17-C, CHANDIGARH
Sh. Vikas Kuthiala,
S/o Sh. Kuldip Kuthiala,
105, Sector : 27-A,
Chandigarh
…………………………….Complainant

Vs.

Public Information Officer
O/o. Principal Baba Banda Singh Bahadur
Engineering College,
Fatehgarh Sahib

………………………………..Respondent

CC No. 4070 of 2009

Present:
(i) Sh. Vikas Kuthiala, the Complainant
(ii) Sh. Munish Kapila, Advocate on behalf of the Respondent

ORDER

Heard

2. Respondent has filed his reply, which is taken on record. Copy of the same is handed over to the Complainant today in the Commission.

3. Judgment is reserved.

Sd/-
(Kulbir Singh)
Dated: 18th February , 2010 State Information Commissioner

Vikas Kuthiala versus Baba Banda Singh Bahadur Engineering College (BBSBEC) Fatehgarh Sahib

STATE INFORMATION COMMISSION, PUNJAB
SCO No. 32-33-34, Sector -17-C, CHANDIGARH

Sh. Vikas Kuthiala,
S/o Sh. Kuldip Kuthiala,
105, Sector : 27-A,
Chandigarh
…………………………….Complainant

Vs.

Public Information Officer
O/o. Principal Baba Banda Singh Bahadur
Engineering College,
Fatehgarh Sahib
………………………………..Respondent


CC No. 4070 of 2009

Present:
(i) Sh. Vikas Kuthalia, the Complainant
(ii) None is present on behalf of the Respondent

ORDER

Heard

2. Complainant states that he sought information from the office of Principal Baba Banda Singh Bahadur Engineering College, Fatehgarh Sahib. Respondent vide his letter dated 01.12.09 has informed that Baba Banda Singh Bahadur Engineering College is a self-financing private institute run by Baba Banda Singh Bahadur Education Trust, Fatehgarh Sahib and it is not covered under the RTI Act 2005. Complainant is advised to file his reply to justify that the College is a public authority as per provision of the RTI Act before the next date of hearing alongwith the copy to the Respondent-PIO.

3. Adjourned to 18.02.10 (at 2.00 PM) for further proceedings. Copies of the order be sent to the parties
Sd/-

(Kulbir Singh)
Dated: 28th January, 2010 State Information Commissioner



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