MANDATORY ATTENDANCE REQUIREMENTS

As Per Punjab Technical University

  • Minimum 90 days of classes in each semester.
  • If Semester does not get the required 90 days, extra classes will be arranged on Saturday/Sunday or other Holidays to complete the syllabus.
  • 75% of attendance is mandatory for each student.
  • In case a candidate fails to meet the attendance requirements he/ she will be detained from appearing in the final University Examinations.
  • As per the PTU norms maximum 10 % of the lectures/ tutorials/ practicals held in a subject, owing to serious illness, calamity or any other sufficient reason can be condoned up.

EVALUATION SYSTEM

  • 60% evaluation is external and 40% is internal.
  • The external evaluation is based on the end semester University Examinations.
  • The question paper for the university examinations is set by an external team and the answer books/scripts are also evaluated by external examiner.
  • The 40 marks of internal evaluation are awarded by the teacher on the basis of continuous evaluation of the student, through class tests, seminars, home assignments and class work.
  • Two MSTs are conducted internally during the semester. The scores of these two MSTs are considered for award of Internal Assessment Marks.
  • The Internal assessment of every theory subject is based on MST marks, Assignments, Tutorials and Attendance.
  • 40% weight age is given to the end semester university examination and 60% to internal evaluation. The end semester practical examination is conducted by a board comprising of one internal and one external examiner.

GENERAL RULES OF CONDUCT

  • All the students must be in a proper college dress code on every Tuesday and Thursday. Uniform for Boys & Girls is same. During winter they should wear navy blue college blazer and steel grey trousers with a college tie. For Sikh boys turban is must. Patkas & caps and half pants are not permitted in the college and are considered as an act of indiscipline.
  • The entry of the Students to the college is strictly through the Identity cards.
  • Nobody can enter the campus with a covered face or with his/her helmet on.
  • Nobody is allowed to enter the college campus in a drunken/inebriated condition. Alcohol testers/ breath analyzers will be used if found with any such violation.
  • Students admitted under Sikh minority category are required to maintain their Sikh Saroop and Tradition. Anybody violating the undertaking given at the time of admission will be expelled from the college.
  • Prescribed uniform is to be worn in the Workshop.
  • Students using unfair means in University or other College examination or class tests will be liable for expulsion from the College or any other disciplinary action in form of a penalty by the College authorities might be imposed.
  • Drinking and smoking is prohibited in the college as well as in the hostels.
  • Carrying of lethal weapons like guns, revolver etc. in the college or hostel is not allowed. Keeping weapons in the hostel rooms is prohibited.
  • Use of electrical gadgets like heaters, electric rod, press, radio, tape-recorder in the hostel are not allowed.
  • Allotment of hostel rooms is made on the basis of merit of the previous semester, Students can choose their room-mates and make request for allotment.
  • Cooking is not allowed in the hostel rooms.
  • The students shall be responsible for the college property issued or provided in the hostel. Damage of any hostel property shall be recovered from the concerned student.
  • Guests are not permitted to reside in the hostel without proper permission of Warden.
  • Dean Student Affair’s Chief Warden/Warden or any College Authority can inspect any room at any time.
  • Entry in the hostel will not be allowed beyond 10:30 PM in case of Boys Hostels. The timings for girl’s hostels will be notified by the hostel wardens in consultation with the Principal.
  • Roll call of hostel residents will be taken daily within 15 minutes after the hostel closing time.
  • Absence from hostel for the whole night without prior permission from the hostel warden is considered an act of serious misconduct, and carries strict punishment.
  • No meeting, seminar or gatherings are permitted in the hostels without prior permission of the warden.
  • 20. Students must dine in their respective hostel mess.
  • The hostellers are allowed to leave the hostel on holidays after mentioning the necessary entry in movement register available with the respective hostel servant / security guard.
  • Ragging is strictly banned in the college premises.
  • Any kind of Indiscipline including fighting in the hostel & college premises will be punishable.
  • Shifting of hostel property (Bed, Chairs etc.) from the room is not allowed.
  • Mess contractor must be informed at least 24 hours in advance in case a hosteller does not want to take meal(s).
  • Hostel option is allowed once in an academic year in the month of August and no change of option will be allowed in between the same academic year, except for the students who go out for six month industrial training.
  • The students can keep PC in hostel rooms with a due permission from the Hostel Warden/Chief Warden.
  • Students are required to come in the hostel mess and common room in proper dress.
  • It is discretion of the Chief Warden to allot or not to allot a room/accommodation to a student on the basis of his previous record in the hostel/ college.
  • Hostlers, who wish to keep four wheelers in the college, have to register their vehicles in College. These vehicles will be parked in the college parking and bringing them to the hostel is not allowed at all.
  • It is must for all the students to clear up their mess bills by the 10th of every month. In case they don’t do so, they are liable of being charged the mess bill with appropriate fine after the due date.

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Awards & Rankings

Chandigarh Engineering College has a wide array of services owing to which the college wins different awards and accolades throughout the year. The institute has various accomplishments in galore that reflect the quality of education and services it claims to provide.

Ranked 147th among top Engineering Institutions in NIRF (National Institutional Ranking Framework) Ranking 2021

Ranked 10th among Top Private Engineering Institutes in Punjab by Digital Learning Magazine 2021

Ranked 62nd among top 110 Private Institutes in India by Outlook Survey Report.

Awarded with “Outstanding Engineering Institute with Best Placements” title during World Education Summit 2021

Ranked 3rd among Top 100 T- Schools in Punjab by Dataquest Tech School Survey 2021

Ranked 80th in the Country by India Today Ranking 2021

Awarded with "Most Promising Engineering College in India” title in the 10th Asia Education Summit Awards 2020 by Asia Today Research & Media and PERSON

Ranked 53rd among Private Colleges across India by THE WEEK-Hansa Research Survey 2020

Ranked 82nd among Engineering Colleges in India by THE WEEK-Hansa Research Survey 2020

Testimonials

Studying at Chandigarh Group of Colleges Landran has been a life-transforming journey. I have witnessed the development of technical & soft skills, and the credit goes to the faculty and the Placement cell. There were even advanced lectures on different technologies. The environment of the college indeed nurtures you to bring out the best. I really appreciate the love and support that students receive from this institute. I will always be grateful for everything that the college has provided me with.

Aayushi Panwar

CSE

Joining Chandigarh Group of Colleges Landran was one of the best decisions I took in my life. It taught me many things about Engineering as well as my life. Moreover, this place brought the best career opportunities to the table. The faculty members and the management work hard to help more candidates get placed. The placement cell extends various training sessions which help in the individual growth of each student, and I received that help too. I will always be grateful.

Ashima Guleria

CSE

I take pride in being a student of CGC Landran and now being an employee of a world renowned MNC. The latter wouldn’t have been possible without the support of the former. The guidance at CGC Landran is just unparalleled. It has imparted a perfect blend of technical & soft skills and made me ready for the industry. I would also like to thank our training & placement cell for having top companies come as recruits. From what I've gathered, the college has left no stone unturned.

Neeraj Kumar Moudgil

CSE

I am delighted to share my positive academic journey at CGC Landran. I would like to extend my sincere appreciation & gratitude to the Training & Placement Department and the faculty of Chandigarh Engineering College for their efforts in imparting quality technical training. I got placed in DXC Technology with a handsome package. And I owe this to the efforts put by the college. CGC Landran, indeed, provides great exposure to students and gives them a head start.

Harpreet Singh

ECE

My four years at CGC Landran have been excellent. Every moment attached to this place has become a memory that I will cherish forever. The years spent here have been full of fun & frolic learning opportunities which sometimes had the academic grind that one has to go through. Everything that I have achieved, I owe it to the Teachers who always believed in helping and guiding the students. My placement in Capgemini is the outcome of placement cell's efforts, and my diligence.

Shubham Singla

ECE

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