Technical Education Quality Improvement Programme (TEQIP) Phase-II
TEQIP-II project was initiated by NPIU under the aegis of MHRD, Government of India with the help of World Bank during the financial year 2011-12. Chandigarh Engineering College-CGC, Landran, Mohali was the only private college out of 7 colleges selected in Punjab under sub-component 1.1 “Strengthening Institutions to Improve Learning Outcomes and Employability of Graduates” was the objective of this project.
The institution was accorded a grant of Rs. 4 Crore in the ratio of 60% (Central Government share-RS.2.4 Crore): 20 %( State Government share-Rs. 0.8 Crore):20 % (Institution’s own contributions-Rs.0.8 Crore). As per Guidelines of NPIU under Project Implementation Plan (PIP) manual, the grant had to be spent in specified proportion under different heads.
The project officially came to an end on 31st July, 2017.
Keeping in mind, the good track record of Chandigarh Engineering College-CGC, Landran, Mohali during TEQIP-II phase, NPIU had chosen CEC-CGC, Landran, Mohali as a participating Institute member under its project "Establishment of Digital Classrooms under TEQIP-IIII". Even though CEC-CGC, Landran, Mohali is not a part of TEQIP-III and but the institute has been awarded with 5 digital smart boards worth Rs.5,90,000/- and it also imparted training to around 50 faculty members of CEC-CGC, Landran, Mohali for smart classroom teaching. Now each department of CEC-CGC, Landran, Mohali has one smart classroom with all hi-tech multimedia enabled facilities.