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Chitkara Institute of Engineering and Technology, Rajpura, Punjab
Address:Chandigarh-Patiala Highway, Village Jansla
Rajpura (District Patiala)
Punjab, India
Pin Code : 140401


Chitkara Institute of Engineering and Technology, Rajpura Punjab is a recognised institute / college. Chitkara Institute of Engineering and Technology, Rajpura Punjab is managed by Society: Chitkara Educational Trust. Chitkara Institute of Engineering and Technology, Rajpura Punjab was established on / in 2002.


Principal of Chitkara Institute of Engineering and Technology, Rajpura Punjab is DR. R.K Bansal 98882-39744 .

Chitkara Institute of Engineering and Technology, Rajpura Punjab is situated in Rajpura of Punjab state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Rajpura comes under Patiala Tehsil, Patiala District.

email ID(s) is Chitkara Institute of Engineering and Technology Rajpura Punjab

Website of Chitkara Institute of Engineering and Technology, Rajpura Punjab is www.chitkara.edu.in/dnn.


Contact Details of Chitkara Institute of Engineering and Technology, Rajpura Punjab are : Phone :172: 27460209, 2507084-86
other emailID: info@chitkara.edu.in, careers@chitkara.edu.in
Dept of Computer Applications Direct Number 01762-507927
Rishu Miglani, Computer Science Dept
Jyoti Snehi, Computer Science Dept
Er Anoop Kumar Singh
Prof. K.L.Sapra, Dean, Planning & Development
Dr. Archana Mantri, Director Academics

Inderbir Singh, Vice Chairman, Scientific Committee inderbir.singh@chitkara.edu.in 98550-24140, 92162-73470

Er Nitin Singla Mobile: 098722-03273, 092162-73431
email ID nitin.singla@chitkara.edu.in (email sent to this ID bounced on 14 Oct, 2014)

Suman Nandi
Department of Computer Applications
Mobile No:- 92162-73469, 98554-84095
E-mail ID:- suman.nandi@chitkara.edu.in

Vikram Mangla
Assistant Professor, Department of Computer Applications
Mobile. No:- xxxxx-xxxxx,xxxxx-xxxxx (no. hidden on request)
E-mail ID:- vikram.mangla@chitkara.edu.in

Prof. Rajeev Kamal Sharma
Assistant Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering

Prof. Anuranjan Sharda, Asst Professor, Dept of Mechanical Engineering

Prof. Anuranjan Sharda, Dept of Mechanical Engineering (+91.9872994861)
Prof. Rajeev Kamal Sharma Dept of Mechanical Engineering (+91.9417216522)

Other colleges of Chitkara Group, Chandigarh
Chitkara School of Planning and Architecture, Rajpura
Chitkara College of Education for Women, Fatehpur Garhi Village
Chitkara College of Pharmacy, Rajpura
Chitkara School of Hospitality, Fatehpur Garhi Village
Chitkara University Punjab, Rajpura


Courses

B.Tech

Information & Communication Technology
ICT 101 Computer Fundamental, MS Office & Internet
ICT 205 Computer Hardware
ICT 206 Computer Networking

Electrical
ELE 101 Basic Electrical Training
ELE 207 Rewinding of AC/DC Motor


Chitkara Institute of Engineering and Technology, Rajpura Punjab runs course(s) in Engineering stream(s).

Chitkara Institute of Engineering and Technology is affiliated with Directorate of Technical Education and Industrial Training Punjab, Chandigarh (Chandigarh)


Profile of Chitkara Institute of Engineering and Technology

ABOUT THE INSTITUTE
The Chitkara Institute of Engineering and Technology was established in 2002 by the Chitkara Educational Trust under the guidance of renowned academicians Dr. Ashok Chitkara and Dr. (Mrs.) Madhu Chitkara.The institute is affiliated to Punjab Technical Universitylalandhar and accredited by NAAC. It is also ISO 9001:2008 certified. The Campus is spread over 50 acres of land on the Chandigarh-Patiala National Highway and is equidistant (App. 30 kms] from Chandigarh, Ambala and Patiala. It is running AICTE approved degree level courses in the disciplines of Electronics and Communication Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Computer Science and Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Postgraduate courses of MCA and MBA. The Institute has highly qualified faculty, well equipped Library, Delnet Library facility and e-]ournals. With the focus on holistic learning and all round development of students, the Institute has emerged as a Centre of Excellence in Northern India in a short span of 8 years.

It was ranked among Top 50 Private Engineering Colleges in India as per survey by C-Fore Mint in 2008. It has recently been ranked 37 among all Engineering Colleges in the country as per Competition Success Review-MHRD (Survey ofEngineering Colleges -2010).

OBIECTIVE
This Conference aims at establishing a common platform among different stake holders in the manufacturing sector, viz. experts from industry, academia, research institutes and policy planners to interact, exchange their experiences and take stock of the emerging trends and practices and implications of adopting the appropriate technologies for improving the quality, efficiency and cost competitiveness of our manufacturing sector.

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Youth festival concludes

The final day of the Punjab Technical University youth festival being held at the Chitkara Institute of Engineering & Technology saw excitement and intense competition as nearly 1,000 students vied with each other to win laurels for their colleges.

Students participated in mimicry, debate, cartooning and classical dance solo, play, tribal dance, elocution and poster making. The event was presided over by Mr A. P. S. Virk, SDM, Rajpura, chief guest and Mr and Ms S. P. Johar, Prof of chemistry in Panjab University, Chandigarh as guests of honour. Mr M.S. Garewal, Registrar, PTU, Jalandhar was also present on the occasion. Mr. D.S. Guru, Secretary, Health and Family Welfare, Punjab, gave away the prizes to the winners.

The results of the various events are as under:

Mimicry: 1st Naresh Kumar, GNE, Ludhiana; 2nd Anmol Chhabra, Chitkara College of Pharmacy, Rajpura; Debate: 1 st Shabnam Arora & Jagnoor, Baba Banda Singh Bahadur College of Engineering and Technology, Fatehgarh Sahib, 2nd Mohit Sharma and Pritesh SUSCET, Tangori; Elocution: 1st: Jagnoor Singh, Baba Banda Singh Bahadur College of Engineering and Technology, Fatehgarh Sahib, 2nd: Gagan Trivedi, GNIMT, Ludhiana; Cartooning : 1 st : Nitin Kumar, Chitkara School of Planning and Architecture, Rajpura; 2nd: Harpal Singh, GNIMT, Ludhiana; Classical dance (solo): 1st Gaganjot Kaur, Baba Banda Singh Bahadur College of Engineering and Technology, Fatehgarh Sahib; Poster making: 1st: Amanjot Kaur, Gaganjot Kaur, Baba Banda Singh Bahadur College of Engineering and Technology, Fatehgarh Sahib, 2nd Monika Verma, Chitkara School of Planning and Architecture, Rajpura; Play: GNIMT, Ludhiana.

Youth festival concludes

The final day of the Punjab Technical University youth festival being held at the Chitkara Institute of Engineering & Technology saw excitement and intense competition as nearly 1,000 students vied with each other to win laurels for their colleges.

Students participated in mimicry, debate, cartooning and classical dance solo, play, tribal dance, elocution and poster making. The event was presided over by Mr A. P. S. Virk, SDM, Rajpura, chief guest and Mr and Ms S. P. Johar, Prof of chemistry in Panjab University, Chandigarh as guests of honour. Mr M.S. Garewal, Registrar, PTU, Jalandhar was also present on the occasion. Mr. D.S. Guru, Secretary, Health and Family Welfare, Punjab, gave away the prizes to the winners.

The results of the various events are as under:

Mimicry: 1st Naresh Kumar, GNE, Ludhiana; 2nd Anmol Chhabra, Chitkara College of Pharmacy, Rajpura; Debate: 1 st Shabnam Arora & Jagnoor, Baba Banda Singh Bahadur College of Engineering and Technology, Fatehgarh Sahib, 2nd Mohit Sharma and Pritesh SUSCET, Tangori; Elocution: 1st: Jagnoor Singh, Baba Banda Singh Bahadur College of Engineering and Technology, Fatehgarh Sahib, 2nd: Gagan Trivedi, GNIMT, Ludhiana; Cartooning : 1 st : Nitin Kumar, Chitkara School of Planning and Architecture, Rajpura; 2nd: Harpal Singh, GNIMT, Ludhiana; Classical dance (solo): 1st Gaganjot Kaur, Baba Banda Singh Bahadur College of Engineering and Technology, Fatehgarh Sahib; Poster making: 1st: Amanjot Kaur, Gaganjot Kaur, Baba Banda Singh Bahadur College of Engineering and Technology, Fatehgarh Sahib, 2nd Monika Verma, Chitkara School of Planning and Architecture, Rajpura; Play: GNIMT, Ludhiana.

Chandigarh student drowned in Ganga

Dehra Dun, September 19
An engineering student from an engineering college near Rajpura in Patiala district of Punjab was drowned in the Ganga while he was river rafting in the river at Shivpuri, near Rishikesh, yesterday.

Ankush was rafting in deep waters with 12 of his friends around 5 pm when the river flow jerked his raft near the Golf Post, the police said. Ankush lost balance, slipped into the waters and began to drown. Even as the divers pulled him out and took him to the Government Hospital Rishikesh, the doctors declared him brought dead.

The body was sent for a post-mortem this morning after which it was handed over to relatives of the student, said SSP P.V.K. Prasad. A case under section 304 B, IPC, has been registered at the Munikireti police station against the rafting company, Ganga Adventure Club, he said.

Eighteen-year-old Ankush Sharma was on an adventure tour with a group of 180 students from the Chitkara Institute of Engineering & Technology Rajpura in Patiala district of Punjab. The group of boys and girls came to Rishikesh on Friday for river rafting and water sports organised by the Ganga Adventure Club, and were to return on Monday.

Ankush, son of IAS officer Ashok Sharma, was a student of B. Tech first year. He was putting up at a camp along with his companions between Shivpuri and Neembeech set up by the adventure club. The deceased was a resident of Sector 45 in Chandigarh.

The group of students most of whom were from Patiala left for Chandigarh this morning.

Meanwhile, 25 of these engineering students suffered food poisoning at a rafting camp in Rishikesh yesterday. Some students ordered for “pakoras” laced with “bhang” for the evening tea. Most of the students who ate these snacks fell sick . District officials sent medical aid for the students late at night and rushed those seriously ill to the Government Hospital, Rishikesh. The students left for Chandigarh this morning after most of them had recovered.


City boy killed in river rafting mishap near Rishikesh

An adventure-loving first-year computer engineering student of Chitkara Engineering College, Ankush Sharma, was killed when he was river-rafting in a river at Shivpuri near Rishikesh. Nine others in the boat escaped with minor injuries.

Ankush, who was to turn 18 next month, reportedly received head injuries and gulped water when he slipped out of the boat in a strong current at around 4.30 pm yesterday. The other students of the college saved themselves with the help of life-guards and the rafting guide.
Mr Ashok Sharma, father of Ankush, said his son had called him at 6 am yesterday that he had reached Rishikesh and would not be able to later call the family as mobile phones do not work in that area.

Mr Ashok Sharma, a Central Excise Inspector, who lives in Sector 45 here, got a phone call from Ms Madhu Chitkara, Principal of Chitkara Engineering College, late last night that his son was ill. Mr Sharma asked her why the call was made so late, asking her if something unpleasant had happened. Then, Mr Sharma kept on unsuccessfully trying to contact the Chitkara Engineering College management.

Mr Sharma alleged that there was no teacher along with the students when the mishap took place. He also said that no one from Chitkara Engineering College had either contacted or visited them at home after his son was declared dead. Mr Sharma told Chandigarh Tribune that around 150-200 students had gone on the tour.
Mr Sharma, who went to Dehradun to bring the body of his son, said the doctor in the Civil Hospital had told him that his son had died when he was brought to the hospital, which was 20 km from the accident spot. The doctor also told Mr Sharma that students of the same college had also suffered from food poisoning.

A sobbing Mr Sharma said his daughter, the younger sister of Ankush, was telling them that the house was looking gloomy after Ankush had gone on the tour day before yesterday.
A friend of Ankush told Chandigarh Tribune that Ankush was a brilliant and playful boy, who met him the evening he left for Rishikesh. Ankush, who wanted to pursue his studies in computer science in the United States, had secured around 90 per cent marks in the matriculation and 82 per cent in the Class XII exams. He was the cricket captain of Saint Annes School. Ankush after taking admission in Chitkara Engineering College had got selected in Punjab Engineering College also.
Meanwhile, parents of a student who today returned here said that the students had fallen ill as they were served bhang-laced pakoras by the catering contractor, and when students started behaving unusually, the teachers had to call doctors. The bhang was suspected to have been served to loot the students who had mobile phones and Rs 4,000 in cash each. The trip was to return on Tuesday.
Sources said the Uttaranchal police had got a complaint against the caterer and the person who provided tented accommodation to the students.

The vice-chairman of Chitkara Institute, Mr Mohit Chitkara, told Chandigarh Tribune that life-guards were there when the incident took place and there was a rafting guide also in the boat which met with the accident.

Mr Chitkara said Ms Madhu Chitkara had talked to the father of Ankush about the incident but did not tell him about the tragedy at that stage as she did not want to shock them.
Mr Chitkara also denied that there was any food poisoning in the camp.

CIET objectives

Chitkara Institute of Engineering & Technology which is duly approved by All India Council of Technical Education (AICTE) and affiliated to Punjab Technical University, Jalandhar is a premier private Engineering School in North India with strong emphasis on networking and collaborating with the regional technical corporations. CIET has been instituted with the following clear objectives for our students -

» Investigate technology with outstanding faculty
» Inspire from savvy technocrats and innovators
» Collaborate with international education providers
» Engage in rewarding, real-world technical assignments
» Experience corporate life in top national and international companies


PU Information booklet in controversies

Chandigarh:The Indian National Student Organisation (INSO) released a free booklet for new students which contains all the information about the various courses in Punjab University , Chandigarh which is in controversies these days.

The booklet is financed and published by the Chitkara Group Of Institutes and the booklet has an advertisement of the group which is the reason for controversies.

According to sources, the Chitkara group is not affiliated to PU which makes the act illegal. As no other institution could release any such document regarding the admissions in university campus.
According to INSO, the cost of the PU prospectus is too high and th PU authorities should distribute it free or at reasonable cost.



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