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Department of Technical Education and
      Industrial Training Punjab
     (Technical Education Wing)

              Manuals

        (As per the provisions of)
         Right to Information Act
                 2005
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                                 Index

Sr.No.                      Name of Manual                          Page No.
         Introduction                                               3-4
  1.     The particulars of its organization, functions and duties. 5-14
  2.     The powers and duties of its officers and employees.       15-25
  3.     Rules, regulations, instructions, manuals and records, 26-104
         for discharging its functions.
  4.     Particulars of any arrangement that exists for 105-106
         consultation with, or representation by, the members of
         the public in relation to the formulation of its policy or
         implementation there of.
  5.     A Statement of the categories of documents that are 107-108
         held by it or under its control.
  6.     A statement of boards, councils, committees and 109-113
         others bodies constituted as its part
  7.     The names, designations and other particulars of the 114-116
         Public Information Officers
 8.      Procedure followed in Decision Making Process              117-119
 9.      Directory of Officers and Employee                         120-130
 10.     The monthly remuneration received by each of its 131-135
         officers and employees, including the system of
         compensation as provided in regulations.
 11.     The Budget Allocated to each Agency (Particulars of all 136-139
         plans, proposed expenditures and reports on
         disbursement made)
 12.     The manner of execution of subsidy programmes              140-166
 13.     Particulars of recipients of concessions, permits or 167-168
         authorization granted by it.
 14.     Norms set by it for the discharge of its functions         169-170
 15.     Information available in an electronics form               171-172
 16.     Particulars of the facilities available to citizens for 173-174
         obtaining information
 17.     Other useful information                                   175-177
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1.1         Background of this handbook ( Right to Information act 2005).


            The Right to information Bill, 2005 was passed by the Lok Sabha on 11th
            May, 2005 and the Rajya Sabha on 12th May, 2005 and it received the
            assent of The President of India on 15 the June, 2005, It came on the
            Statute Book as THE RIGHT TO INFORMATION ACT, 2005, (22 Of 2005).
            Clause 4 (1) (b) of Right to Information Act lays down that each public
            authority shall compile and publish 17 manuals, within 120 days from the
            enactment of the Act. This handbook contains these 17 manuals.


1.2         Objective/Purpose of this handbook.
            This handbook contains information regarding particulars, functions, duties,
            decision making process, norms, rules, regulations and directory of officers /
            officials of department of Technical Education, Punjab.


1.3         Who are intended users of this handbook.


           The information contained in this handbook is useful for the citizens of India
            particularly the residents of the state of Punjab.


1.4         Organization of the information in this handbook.


            This handbook contains 17 manuals as per clause 4 (1) (b) of Right to
            Information Act-2005.


1.5         Definitions:-
AICTE        Stands for        All India Council for Technical Education.
PSBTE/IT     Stands for        Punjab State Board of Technical Education and
                               Industrial Training.
TE&IT        Stands for        Technical Education and Industrial Training.
DTE          Stands for        Directorate of Technical Education.
PFR          Stands for        Punjab Financial Rules.
CSR          Stands for        Civil Services Rules.
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1.6        Contact person in case some body wants to get more information on
           topics covered in the handbook as well as other information also.

            The following officers have been designated as appellate authority, State
            Public Information Officer and Public Information Officers.

      1             Sh. Naresh Nagpal,                      Appellate Authority
                    Additional Director,
                    Technical Education Wing.
      2             Smt. Monika Bansal,                     Public Information Officer.
                    T.P.O.
                    Technical Education Wing.
      3.            Sh. Madan Lal,                          Assistant Public information
                    Supdt. G-II                             Officer



1.7        Procedure and Fee structure for getting information not available in
           the handbook

           A person, who desires to obtain any information admissible under the Act,
           shall make an application in ‗Form ‗A‘ to the Public Information Officer along
           with a fee as specified in rules.
           Fee structure
           (i)     The fee of Rs. 10/- may be deposited either in cash/ draft/ cheque or
                   treasury challan with application ‗Form ‗A‘.
           (ii)    On receipt of an application Public Information Officer shall scrutinise
                   the application and shall assess how much fee is required to be paid
                   by the applicant for obtaining the information.
           (iii)   The fee assessed shall be informed to the applicant by Public
                   Information Officer in ‗Form ‗B‘ within a period of 7 days from the
                   receipt of application.
           (iv)    For providing an information the fee shall be charged at the following
                   rates:-
                   a)        Rs. 02/- for each page.
                   b)        Rs. 50/- for providing information in floppy.
                   c)        Rs. 50/- for providing information diskette.
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           Chapter-2(Manual-1)
Particulars of Organization, Functions and Duties
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2.1   Objective/purpose of the public authority.


      The Technical Education Wing of Department of Technical Education and
      Industrial Training have been entrusted with the responsibility of imparting
      Technical Education in Engineering and non-engineering trades under
      various disciplines.


2.2   Mission/Vision Statement of the public authority.


      The Government of Punjab created Directorate of Technical Education and
      Industrial Training (Technical Education Wing) to promote, guide and regulate
      Technical Institutions in the State.


      In the present era of rapid industrialization, to ensure minimum acceptable
      standards, quality remains the main consideration of Department and recent
      technological advances have necessitated further development in the field of
      Technical Education. The Technocrats at diploma and degree level play a
      vital role in the technical up-gradation and competitive development of
      industries in the State. In order to cope up with this requirement, constant
      development and up-gradation of engineers is of utmost need. The
      Department envisages many programmes for modernization, strengthening
      and expansion of Technical Education and hope to achieve these objectives
      in the near future.


      There are 82 Engineering colleges, 125 MBA Institutions, 50 MCA Institutes,
      35 B-Pharmacy Colleges, 06 Architecture, 10 Hotel Management Colleges
      and 116 Polytechnic Colleges functioning and imparting training in various
      disciplines with an intake of 42547 seats for degree courses and 44820 seats
      in diploma courses respectively.


      Adequate facilities could not be provided to the institutions due to paucity of
      funds. To over come the financial difficulty, a project for strengthening of
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      Technical Education was formulated and was implemented during the year
      1992-99. This project was named as World Bank Tech. Ed. II. and it was fully
      funded by the World Bank. Now this World Bank Project has been assigned
      the new name "Technical Education Quality Improvement Project" by the
      Government of India. Efforts are being made to implement this project in
      some of the established Technical institutions in the State of Punjab.


      An autonomous Board named Punjab State Board of Technical & Industrial
      Training at Chandigarh and Punjab Technical University at Jalandhar has
      been established to improve the quality and to maintain uniformity of
      Technical Education at diploma and degree levels respectively.


      Detailed fundamental pre-planned structure will certainly have effect on the
      industrial development of state and it will generate employment opportunities.
      Once the investment sources and programmes planned by the Department
      are implemented, it will certainly provide maximum facilities for Technical
      Education, which is turn, will help the industrial development of the state.
      It is expected that by providing more facilities for Technical Education the
      department will help the industrial development of the State, thus boosting
      the State economy.


2.3    Brief history of the public authority and context of its formation.


      In the year 1959, Technical Education Department established its own
      Directorate. Before this, Technical Education Department was working under
      the supervision of Public Works Department (B&R). In the year 1977,
      Industrial Training Department, which was previously working under
      Industries Department, was linked with Technical Education Department and
      a separate Directorate of Technical Education and Industrial Training was
      established.
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      2.4         Duties of the public authority.


                 The main responsibility of Technical Education Department is to provide
                 Technical manpower according to the requirement of industry in the State.
                 The main responsibilities of the Department are:-


            1. To administer and provide infrastructural facilities to the institutions
                 functioning under the agesis of the department.


            2. To formulate educational policies and programmes.


            3. To recognize the various courses being run in the Technical Institutions.


            4. To start new courses with approval of the All India Council for Technical
                 Education, keeping in view the need of the industry in the emerging
                 technologies.


            5. To expand the training facilities by opening new institutions in the State
                 keeping in view the future requirement.


            6.   To equip the institutions with the modern machines as per need of the
                 industry.


2.5              Main activities/functions of the public authority.


                  The main activities/ functions of the department are: -


      1.              Promote and develop Technical Education in the State in a planned manner
                  by: -
                 a)           Starting new courses in emerging technologies with the approval of
                              AICTE
                 b)           Opening new institutions in State to expand training facilities, with
                              the approval of AICTE.
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            c)            Providing infrastructural facilities to the institutions functioning
                          under the agesis of the department.
      2.     Formulate educational policies and programmes and disseminate the
             policies of the Govt. with respect to Technical Education System.
      3.     Plan annual budget allocation for technical education in State and ensure
             optimal utilisation of funds.
      4.     Ensure standards of Technical Education for providing quality education and
             training in the areas of Technical and Technician education.
      5.     Monitor the standards of Institutions and initiate corrective measures.
      6.     Prescribe rules of recruitment and promotion for faculty.
      7.     To implement World Bank Assisted Project Tech. Ed. III.
      8.     Promote entrepreneurship development.
                Develop strong linkages with Industries.
                Continuous Staff development.
                Facilitate Net working and collaboration amongst the institutions in the
                 State.
 9)         To implement scheme of community polytechnics (under the direct central
            assistance)
             The Department has under its jurisdiction:-
             1) Degree Level Institutions:
                    Engineering Colleges.
                    Pharmacy Colleges.
                    MBA, MCA.
                    Architecture.
                    Hotel Management
             2) Diploma Level Institutions:
                    Polytechnics.
2.6         List of services being provided by the public authority with a brief
            write-up on them.

       1.   The main responsibility of Technical Education Wing is to impart the training
            to the students in Engineering / Non-Engineering courses through various
            Polytechnics / Special-trade institutes and Engineering colleges of the state
            according to the norms and guidelines formulated by "All India Council for
            Technical Education" New Delhi.
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    2.       Department continues to impart training in 33 Engineering/Non Engineering
             courses of Diploma / Post-Diploma in 87 Polytechnics/ Special Trade
             institutes with the annual intake of 24545 seats. Besides this, it is also
             imparting training at degree level in 16 different disciplines in 44 Engineering
             Colleges with the annual intake of 15715 seats.

    3.       The detailed outline of programs of the Department is as under:

3(1). Training at Diploma level

             There are 18 Govt. institutes of which nine Govt. Polytechnics, six Govt.
             Women Polytechnics and four special trade institutions are running. Besides
             this, there are seven grant-in-aid institutes under private sector and 93 un-
             aided private institutes which are imparting training at Diploma level.

3(2). Training at Degree level

             At present there are 82 Engineering Colleges, out of which five are promoted
             by the Government are having grant-in-aid status and 77 in private sector.
             Besides this Sant Longowal Institute of Engineering And Technology,
             Longowal is also running with the aid of Govt. of India.

3(3). Admission Policy

             The admission to the various institutions under the Department for diploma
             courses is being made on the basis of Joint Entrance Test conducted every
             year by the Punjab State Board of Technical Education and Industrial
             Training, Chandigarh. For the degree courses, the Combined Entrance Test
             is conducted by the Punjab Technical University, Jalandhar.

3(4). Technical Education Quality improvement project.

             To sustain the gains of World Bank Project and other activities, a new project
             "Technical Education Quality Improvement Project" has been formulated. In
             the year 2003, this was given the name of Tech. Ed-III Project and efforts are
             being made to implement this project in Technical Institutions in the State of
             Punjab.
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 2.7               Organizational Structure Diagram at State directorate and Sub-Office level
                   etc.
 Organizational chart of Directorate (Technical Education Wing)



                                                     Principal Secretary




                                                          Director                         Spl. Secretary




                             Additional Director                           Additional Director




Deputy              Deputy                Deputy               Deputy              Deputy              Deputy
Director            Director              Director             Director            Director            Director




            Assistant           Assistant              Training            Assistant           Assistant
            Director             Director                cum               Director-           Controller
           (Technical)            (Non-               Placement             cum-              (Finance &
                                Technical)             Officer             Registrar           Accounts)




Supdt.              Supdt.                Supdt.               Supdt.                  SO (A/C)        SO (Audit)
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Organisational Chart of Govt. Polytechnics.



                                        Principal




Head of Department                Workshop Supdt.           Office Supdt.




Senior Lecturer                      Foreman Instructor     Office Staff




       Lecturer                    Workshop Instructor




2.8               Expectation of the public authority from the public for enhancing its
                  effectiveness and efficiency.

                  Every citizen should suggest measures to adopt the effectiveness and
                  efficiency to meet local needs.


2.9               Arrangements      and     methods        made        for   seeking     public
                  participation/contribution.

                  The Department has made arrangement for various Local/ Advisory
                  Committees, Board of Governors consist of eminent persons as their
                  members.


                  The advisory committees for community polytechnics also have some public
                  members on it. The department has signed large number of M.O.U‘s
                  (memorandum of understanding) with industry/service centres where by the
                  public participate in shaping the curricula/syllabus for the courses being run
                  in the technical institutes.
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2.10        Mechanism available for monitoring the services delivery and public
            grievance resolution.

            The Department gets the institutes monitored regularly by consisting various
            committees consisting of officers of Head Office and subject experts.


            AT public grievance resolution:- On receiving any complaint by the public
            proper enquiries are held and suitable follow up action takes places.


2.11        Addresses of the main office and other offices at different levels.
       a)   Address of the main office:


            Directorate of Technical Education and
            Industrial Training, Pb.
            Plot No. 1, Sector-36 A,
            Chandigarh.

       b)   Addresses of sub offices (District wise offices)
       Sr.    Name of Govt. Polytechnic
       No.
       Distt: Amritsar

       1     Government Polytechnic College, Amritsar
       2     Government Polytechnic College for Girls, Amritsar
       3     Government Institute of Garment Technology, Amritsar
       4     Punjab Institute of Textile Technology, Amritsar
       Distt: Gurdaspur

       5     Government Polytechnic College, Batala.
       6     Government Polytechnic College for Girls, Dinanagar.
       Distt: Jalandhar

       7     Government Polytechnic College for Girls, Jalandhar.
       8     Government Tanning Institute, Jalandhar.
       Distt: Ludhiana

       9     Government Polytechnic College for Girls, Ludhiana
       10    Government Institute of Textile Chemistry and Knitting Technology, Ludhiana.
       Distt: Patiala

       11    Government Polytechnic College for Girls, Patiala.
       Distt: Bathinda

       12     Government Polytechnic College, Bathinda
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       Distt: Hoshiarpur

       13      Pandit J.R. Government Polytechnic College, Hoshiarpur.
       Distt: Ropar

       14     Government Polytechnic College for Girls, Ropar
       Distt: Ferozepur

       15     Government Polytechnic College, Ferozepur
       Distt: Moga

       16     Government Polytechnic College, Guru Tegh Bahadurgarh.
       Distt: Mohali

       17      Government Polytechnic College, Khunimajra.
       Distt: Tarntaran

       18     Government Polytechnic College, Bhikhiwind


2.12         Morning hours of the office:                    9.00 A.M.
             Closing hours of the office:                    5.00 P.M.
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            Chapter-3 (Manual-2)


Powers and Duties of Officers and Employees.
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3.1           Details of the powers and duties of officers and employees of the
              organization.

Designation    Principal Secretary Technical Education and Industrial Training

Powers         Administrative 1     All administrative type cases of Group-A
                                    Officers
                               2    Framing/Amendment of all service rules.
                               3    Finalization of Policy relating to the cadre
                                    strength of all categories of officers/officials in
                                    consultation with F.D. and Personnel
                                    Department.

               Financial       1    Finalization of annual plan of the department.
                               2    Modification in the scope of Plan/ Non-Plan
                                    schemes after fund has been earmarked by
                                    F.D./ Planning Department.
                               3    Advances from the State contingency fund.
                               4    Continuation of temporary post concretion
                                    with the Finance Department.
                               5    Purchase of staff cars.
               Others          1    Cases relating to the recommendations of
                                    PAC/Estimates Committees when ripe for
                                    final decision.
                               2    Land acquisition final notification under
                                    section 6 of land Acquisition Act.
                               3    Disposing of matters relating to Punjab State
                                    Board Of Technical Education & Industrial
                                    Training.

                               4    All miscellaneous      matters    not    specified
                                    otherwise.
                               5    Approval to make notifications under section 4
                                    and 6 for acquisition of land for private
                                    parties/Government,          Semi-Government,
                                    Corporations/ Organizations.
Secretary Technical Education and Industrial Training Pb.

Powers         Administrative 1     References to P.P.S.C./S.S.S.Board where
                                    no policy issue is involved.
                               2    Sanction of time-barred claims in respect of
                                    pay, T.A. etc. of Officers/Officials and
                                    reimbursement of legal charges as per rules,
                                    for all categories
                               3    Filing of affidavits, replies applications,
                                    appeals, and petitions on behalf of
                                    Government in all courts in cases involving
                                    group-A Officers.
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                               4    Referring cases to L.R. for advice.
                               5    Approval of service for the purpose of
                                    retirement and other benefits where such
                                    approval is required to be given by the State
                                    Government.
              Financial        1    Submission of plan documents and data to
                                    the Department of Planning after the plan has
                                    been formulated in consultation with the
                                    Secretary Planning.
                               2    Issuing of sanction after budget has been
                                    passed and concurrence of F.D. has been
                                    obtained (where the scheme has been
                                    rejected by F.D./Planning Department, it will
                                    go up to the level of Principal Secretary
                                    Technical Education and Industrial Training.
                               3    Administrative approval to execution of
                                    schemes when funds are available.
                               4    Installation / shifting of telephones
                               5    Purchase of typewriters.
                               6    Re-imbursement of Medical Charges.
                               7    Clarifications on schemes after the funds
                                    have been earmarked.

              Others           1   Sending of periodical reports to Vidhan Sabha
                                   Committees.
Director Technical Education and Industrial Training, Punjab.

Powers        Administrative 1      All administrative type cases of Group-B,C
                                    and D (except group-D of field).
                               2    To sanction leave travel concession to Group-
                                    A
                               3    To sanction leave encashment after
                                    retirement to Group A
                               4    To grant leave to all group-A officers
                               5    To grant causal leave to heads of the
                                    institutions
                               6    To grant permission to acquire higher
                                    education, to group-A officers.
                               7    To issue experience certificate.
              Financial        1    To sanction remuneration to the employees
                                    dealing with student fund at the rate
                                    prescribed by the Government and norms laid
                                    down by it.
                               2    To grant DCRG to retirees
                               3    To sanction non-recurring expenditure under
                                    PFR rules
                               4    To sanction contingent expenditure of a
                                    recurring nature under PFR rules upto
                                    10,000/-.
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5    To sanction payment of demurrage charges
     out of contingencies up to Rs. 3000/-Rs.
6    To sanction payment of rent for office
     accommodation under PFR rules upto Rs.
     5000/-
7    To sanction local purchase of Indian
     manufacture where no rate contracts of the
     Controller of Stores Punjab exists upto Rs.
     1500/-in each case.
8    To sanction direct purchase of stores from the
     local market after exhausting all the approved
     sources of supply and rate contract arranged
     by the Controller of Store, Pb.
9    To sanction the purchase of ferro chemicals
     upto limit of Rs. 1500/- a year for each Ferro
     Printing office.
10   To declare the sale and disposal of stores of
     stock surplus or unserviceable etc. in
     departments upto Rs. 10000/-.
11   To sanction the writing off of losses, stores
     etc upto Rs. 10000/-.
12   To sanction the grant of non-refundable
     advance from G.P.Fund to Gazetted and Non
     Gazetted employees of the deptt.
13   To grant/ permit a Govt. employee to receive
     honorarium.
14   To sanction the reimbursement of medical
     charges of gazetted          & non gazetted
     employees of the deptt. upto Rs. 25000/-
15   To Sanction loans and advances to
     employees of the Deptt.
16   To sanction grant of annual increment to
     Group-A Officers of the Directorate.
17   To sanction expenditure on service postage
     stamps for use in Govt. Offices & Institutions.
18   To sanction expenditure in connection with
     Civil Suit instituted with the controlling
     authority as defined in Punjab Law Deptt.
     Manual.
19   To sanction expenditure in emergent cases
     on account of binding work executed locally.
20   To sanction the hiring of type writers of
     approved patterns for use in their offices and
     offices subordinate to them.
21   To sanction expenditure on the supply of
     electrical energy consumed in Govt.
     Offices/institutions.
22   To sanction the grant of temporary advance
     from G.P. Funds to gazetted and Non-
     Gazetted employees of the department.
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             Others          1 To grant permission for concessional bus
                               passes to students of the Department.
ADDITIONAL DIRECTOR (i) TECHNICAL EDUCATION, PB.

Head of Office
Powers         Administrative 1    To sanction leave travel concession.
                              2    To sanction leave encashment                  after
                                   retirement.
                             3.    To     grant    extension    in    the   contractual
                                   appointments.
                             4.    To issue experience certificate.
                             5.    To grant DCRG to retiree
                             6.    To grant causal leave to Heads of the Institutions.
                             7.    To grant permission to acquire higher education,
                                   to attend part time classes for higher education.
                             8.    To grant ACP to non-gazetted staff of Directorate
                                   and field.
                             9.    To grant leave to all gazetted staff of subordinate
                                   officers, all gazetted and non-gazetted staff of
                                   Directorate.
                             10.   To grant permission for adhoc appointments in
                                   aided polytechnics.

             Financial       1     To sanction remuneration to the employees
                                   dealing with student fund @ prescribed by the
                                   Government and norms laid down by it.

                             2     To grant permission for concessional bus
                                   passes to students of Polytechnics and
                                   Engineering Colleges.

                             3.    To sanction non-recurring expenditure not other –
                                   wise provided for this rule(other than expenditure
                                   on installation of new Telephones)

             Other           1     As per Training Manual.

                             2     Sanction of Leave of students and admission
                                   etc.

ADDITIONAL DIRECTOR (ii) TECHNICAL EDUCATION, PB.
Powers      Administrative 1.  To Check the implementation of the norms of
                                   A.I.C.T.E./P.C.I. in the Institutes.
                             2.    To sanction causal leave of subordinate
                                   Officers/Officials.
             Financial       1.    To grant the funds under I.R.G. Scheme.
                             2.    To grant the finance approval upto 5000/- Rs.
                                   From the funds of All India Council for Technical
                                   Education and Engineering Colleges.
                             3.    D.D.O. powers to use the funds of Engineering
                                   College Cell.
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                                     Government of Punjab
                     Department of Technical Education & Industrial Training
                                (Technical Education-2 Branch)


                                                  ORDER
                In Exercise of the powers given in note 5.1 under rule19.1 Punjab Financial Rules Vol.1 the
following powers of the Administrative department are delegated to the Director Technical Education &
Industrial training Punjab:-


19.6 Contingencies Stores, fees, compensation, Remuneration etc…(Rule 8.3 & 15.2)


 Sr.No     Nature of Powers          Authority to          Extent of          Existing power   Power re-
                                     which the             powers             of Head of       delegated to
                                     powersis              delegated          Department       the Head of
                                     delegated                                                 Department
 1        To sanction                All Deptts. To        Full Power         Upto Rs 20,000/- Full powers
          non6recurring              Govt.
          expenditure not
          otherwise provided for
          in this rule (other than
          expenditure on
          installation of new
          telephones)
 2.       To sanction contingent     All Deptts. To        Upto Rs            Upto Rs 36,000/- Upto Rs
          expenditure of a           Govt.                 18,000/- per       per Annum        18,000/- per
          recurring nature not                             Annum                               Annum
          otherwise provided for
          in this rule
 3.       To sanction                All Deptts. To        Full Power         Upto Rs 2,000/-     Upto Rs
          Expenditure out of         Govt.                                                        10,000/-
          contingencies for the
          carriage of office
          record.
 4.       To sanction the            Administrative        Up to Rs.          Upto Rs 2,000/-      Upto Rs
          payment of demurrage       Dept.                 5000/- in each     each case          5,000/- each
          whar- fage charges out                           case provided                             case
          of contingencies                                 that the amount
                                                           had become
                                                           payable due to
                                                           unavoidable
                                                           circumstances
                                                           to be recorded
                                                           in writing and
                                                           after fixing
                                                           responsibility
                                                           for the laps
                                                           under
                                                           intimation to
                                                           the Dept. pf the
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                                                       Finance
5.    To sanction the            All Deptts. To        Full Power      Upto Rs 1,000/-        Upto Rs
      payment of rent for        Govt.                                 per mensem for        5,000/- of
      houses or land for other                                         the office             mensem
      land residential                                                 accommodation
      purpose i.e. for                                                 and Rs.500.00
      ordinary office                                                  per mensem for
      accommodation etc.                                               land and houses
                                                                       other than for
                                                                       office and
                                                                       residential
                                                                       purposes.
6.    To sanction local          All Deptts. To        Upto Rs 800/-   Upto Rs 400/-       Upto Rs 800/-
      purchase of Indian         Govt                  each case       each case            each case
      manufacture where no
      rate contracts of the
      Controller of stores
      Punjab exists.
7.    To Sanction on direct      All Deptts. To        Upto Rs         Upto Rs 5,000/-       Upto Rs
      purchase of stores from    Govt.                 10,000/- each   each case           10,000/- each
      the local marker after                           case                                    case
      exhausting all the
      approved sources of
      supply mentioned in
      Appendix 112 of the
      Punjab Financial Rules
      Vol. II and the rate
      contract arranged by
      the controller of store
      Pb. if available.
8     To sanction the            Administrative        Up to a limit of Up to a limit of      Up to Rs.
      purchase of                department            Rs. 1500/- year Rs. 50/- year for       1500/-
      Ferrochemicals.                                  for each ferro      each ferro
                                                       printing            printing offices
                                                       offices.
9                14A. sale and disposal of stores etc. in departments other than POD 9Rule 15.3)
10    To declare articles of      Departments other Up to 10,000/- Rs. 1,000/-                Up to Rs.
      stores of stock surplus     than Departments                                            10,000/-
      or unserviceable.           of Public works.
11.   To sanction disposal by Departments other Up to 1,000/-              Rs. 750/-          Up to Rs.
      sale of other wise of       than the                                                     1,000/-
      articles of stores of       departments of
      stock declared              Public work
      unserviceable by
      competent authority
12.                         Rule 19.15 write off of loses stores etc. (Rule 15.3 and 15.4)
13    To sanction the writing      Administrative       Provided that      Up to Rs 250/-    Rs 2000/-
      off finally of the           Deptt.               the (i) amount                       Rs. 5000/-
      irrecoverable value of                            of the write                        As in col.4.
      stores of public money                            off in any
      lost by fraud of the                              individual
      negligence of                                     case does not
      individuals of -2- imilar                         exceed the
      other causes.                                     limits given
                                                        below:-
                                           22


                                                i)…….
                                                2) Department
                                                of Agriculture
                                                and forests- Rs
                                                2,000/- in the
                                                case of public
                                                money and Rs.
                                                5,000/- in case
                                                of stores.
                                                3) Other
                                                Deptts. Rs
                                                2000/-

     Provided that any revision of the powers
     delegated to Govt. PFR Volume –I subsequently,
     shall ipso facts to applicable to the powers being delegated to the Heads of Department.

3.    It is clarified that the Heads for deptts. Can also redelegate their original power to
     subordinate officers in accordance with note 5.1 under rule 19.1 of the PFR, but they should
     not re-delegate the power of Govt. to officers subordinate to them.
4.    This order tales effect from the date of issue.
5.    The delegation of powers of Govt. to the Heads pf Department shall be subject to the
       provisions of the PFR, and other orders/ instructions issued by the Govt. from time to time.
                                                     23


OFFICE ORDER NO438                               /ESTT                    DATED 3.8.04

       Sanction is hereby accorded to the delegations of following powers vested in me to the Additional
     Director (N) & Assistant Controller (F&A)
Additional Director(N)
Sr. Rule under which           Nature of power                        Extent of power delegated
No powers is delogated         Sanction the grant of non               Full powers subject to the condition laid down
      Sr. 2 to 4 Annexure E refundable advance from                   in rule 13.29(D)13.29(E)13.29(F)&13.29(G)
      of Chapter 13 of CSR G.P.Fund to Gazetted and NOn
      Vol-II                   Gazetted employees of the Deptt.
2     Sr.No 1 of rule 19.6     To sanction non recurring              (Petty purchases upto 30000/-
      of PFR Vol-1             expenditure not otherwise
                               provided for this rule (other than
                               expenditure on installation of new
                               Telephones)
Assistant Controllor (F&A)
1     Sr.No.38 under rule Power to grant permit a Govt                 Upto Rs1000/- in each individual case within
      15H1 of punjab         employee to receive honorarium            a financial year in each case of Government
      C.S.R Vol-1Part-1                                                employees engaged in connection with the
                                                                       examinations conducted by the State Board
                                                                       of Technical Education Punjab and in other
                                                                       cases upto Rs 250/- in each individual case
                                                                       with a financial year provided that/-
                                                                    ii Service rendered by a Government
                                                                          employee for which the honorarium is paid
                                                                          does not fall within the ordinary course of
                                                                          his duties and
                                                                    iii The rates of honorarium is aproved by the
                                                                          competent authority
                                                                            2 Full powers in respect ofevaluation of
                                                                            answer book and holding of part time
                                                                            classes subject to the condition that the
                                                                            rate is have been approved by the
                                                                            Department of finance.
2     Punjab Govt letter     Sanction the reimbursement of             upto Rs 1000/-
      No 10/12/32-87         medical charges of Gazetted & Non
      SHBV/3590 dated        Gazetted employees of the Deptt.
      23H3H88
3     Below rul 12.2 (2)     At estation of entries in the services    Full Powers
      of CSR Vol.1 part 1 books of gazetted / non-gazetted
                             employee
4     Below No at 1 to       Sanction loans and advances to            Full powers subject to the conditions laid
      below 19.10 of PFR employees of the Deptt.                       down in Chapter-X
      Vol-1
5     Rule 4.7 of Punjab     Grant of annual increment oto             Full Powers
      CSR Vol-1 Part-1       employees of the Directorate
6     Note 2 below rule      Grant of local conveyance allowance Full power subject to the condition laid down
      2.50 pf CSR Vol-iii                                              the under the Rules
7     Sr.No 19 of rule        To sanction local purchase of locks      Upto 1500/- in each case
      19.6 of PFR Vol-1      of Indian manufacture where no rate
      Part-1                 contract of the controller of stores
                             Punjab exists.
8     18.11 of PFR Vol-1 signing of all sanctions issued on            Full Powers
      Part-1                 behalf of Directorate Tech.Edu.&
                             Indl. (Tech.Edu.Wing)
9     Sr.No 6 of rule 19.6 To incur or sanction expenditure on         Full Powers
      of PFR Vol-1.Part-1 service postage stamps for use in
                             Govt offices & Institutions
10    Sr.No 16 of rules      To Sanction expenditure in                Full powers subject to the legal
      19.6 of PFR Vol-1      commection with civil suit instituted     Remembrancer to Govt. Pb. being obtained
                                                     24


       Part-1                with the controlling authority as
                             defined in Punjab Law Deptt.
                             Manual
 11    Sr.No 28 of rule      To sanction Expenditure in              Upto Rs 1500/- in each case.
       19.6 of PFR Vol-1     emergent cases on account of
       Part-1                binding work executed locally
 12    Sr.No 30 of            To sanction the hiring of type         Upto nine months in the case of type writer
       rule19.6 PFR Vol-1    writers of approved patterns for use    required for existing office & upto 12 months
       Part-1                in their own offices & offices          in the case of office set up for the Ist time
                             subordinate to them                     with the provision that in cases where the
                                                                     hiring of typewriter for longer period is
                                                                     anticipated steps should be taken to
                                                                     purchase a typewriter at the initial stage.
 13    Sr.No 34 of rule      To sanction expenditure on the          Full powers with in budget limits.
       29.6 of PFR Vol-1     supply of electrical energy
       Part-1                consumed in Govt. Offices/
                             Institutions

 14    Sr.No 35 of rule      To sanction recurring expenditure on    up to a limits of 300/- per month (repairs
       29.6 of PFR Vol-1     the maintenance and the repairs of      cleaning& oiling of offices clocks entrusted to
       Part-1                clocks in office                        recognized firm watch makers
 15    Rule 13.14 of Pb      To sanction the grant of temporary      Full powers subject to the conditions laid
       CSR Vol-1             advance from G.P. Funds to              down in the rule 13.14
                             gazetted & Non gazetted employees
                             oif the department
 16    Sr.No 32 of           To countersign the T.A.Bills            At T.A bills of all officers& employees of
       Chapter iii of Pb                                             headquarter as well as Principals of
       CSR Vol-iii(TA                                                subordinate, Institutions including member
       rules)below rule                                              state Board of technical Education sub
       2.107                                                         committees of State Board subject to the
                                                                     condition that the TA bills of Assistant
                                                                     Controller shall continue to be countersigned
                                                                     by the under signed.
 17    Note (1) below rule   Signing of bills and vouchers etc       Full powers
       4.7 of STE Vol-1
 18    8.25 of PER Vol-1     Supervision of contingent bills         Full powers
       Part-1                registers and cancellation of
                             Vouchers etc.
 19    Sr. No 3 of rule      To sanction expenditure out of the      Upto Rs 1000/- per annum
       19.6 of PFR Vol-1     contingencies for the carriage of
       Part-1                office records etc.

 20`                         All matters regarding Pay Fixation      All cases of pay fixation and pay protection
                             and pay protection                      shall be dealt in Audit Branch and put up to
                                                                     AC(F&A)
 21                          verification of A.C.P. Cases




                                                                  Narinderjit Singh I.A.S
Dated 3.08.04                                               Director Technical Education &
                                                                Industrial Training,Punjab
                                                     25


OFFICE ORDER NO 253                             /ESTT                    DATED

               In partial modification of the office of the office order No 438 dated 3.8.04 here by delegate
       my powers to the Assistant Controller(F&A) As per grant of Non refundab;le advance of GPF to the
       following extent.
  Sr. No         Rule under which powers Nature of power                Extent of power delegated
                 is delegated

  1             Sr No 2 to 4 Annexure E      Sanction the grant     Full powers to the condition laid down to
                of Chapter 13 of CSR         of Non refundable      rule 13.29(D) 13.29(E) 13.29(F)
                Vol-11 and Punjab Govt       advance from G.P.      13.29(G) 13.29(H) 13.29(i) 13.29(J)
                Letter No 12/229/80-4        fund to Gazetted
                PIII/4688 dated 2H5H89       and Non Gazetted
                                             employees of the
                                             Deptt.



                                                                 Narinderjit Singh I.A.S
Dated 8.04.05                                                Director Technical Education &
                                                                 Industrial Training,PUnjab
                           26




                  Chapter-4 (Manual-3)
Rules, Regulations, Instructions, Manual and Records, for
                 Discharging Functions
                                            27




4.1           List of rules, regulations, instructions, manual and records held by
              public authority or under its control or used by its employees for
              discharging functions.

Sr. No.        Name/title of the document                      Type       of   the
                                                               document
1              Department Rules                                Rules
2              Punjab financial rules                          Rules
3              Group A and B service rules                     Rules
4              The instruction manual                          Rules
5              The general and common conditions of service    Rules
               rules as amended from time to time
6              Approval Process For Establishment of New       Regulations       &
               Diploma Level Institutions Offering Technical   Instructions
               Programmes In Punjab
7              Selection Critera                               Instructions



Brief Write-up on the document
These rules govern the service conditions of the
employees of this public authority.

From where one can get a copy                      Address:       Smt.    Monika
of rules, regulations,                                            Bansal, T.P.O.,
instructions, manual and records                                  Technical
                                                                  Education Wing.
                                                   Telephone      0172-5022339
                                                   No:
                                                   Fax:           0172-5022333
                                                   E-mail         monicabnsl@yahoo
                                                                  .com
                                                   Others:
Fee charged by the department
for a copy of rules, regulations,
instructions, manual and
records.
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                                 GOVERNMENT OF PUNJAB
                DEPARTMENT OF TECHNICAL EDUCATION AND INDUSTRIAL TRAINING
                            (TECHNICAL EDUCATION BRANCH-II)
                                        Notification
                                   The 29th March, 2001

        No. G.S.R.45/Const./Art.309/2001.— In exercise of the powers conferred by proviso to article 309 of

the Constitution of India, and all other powers enabling him in this behalf, the Governor of Punjab is pleased

to make the following rules regulating the recruitment, and the conditions of Service of persons appointed to

the Punjab, Department of Technical Education and Industrial Training (Technical Education Wing) Group-A‘

Service, namely:—RULES


        1. Short title, commencement and application.— (1) These rules may be called the Punjab,
Department of Technical Education and Industrial Training (Technical Education Wing) Group-A ‗Service
Rules, 2001.

       (2) They shall come into force on and with effect from the date of their publication in the Official
Gazette.

        (3) They shall apply to the posts specified in Appendix ‗A‘.

        2. Definitions.— (1) in these rules, unless the context otherwise requires,--

        (a) ―Appendix‖ means an appendix appended to these rules;

        (b) ―Director‖ means Director, Technical Education and Industrial Training, Punjab;

        (c) ―Government‖ means the Government in the State‘ of Punjab in the Department of Technical
              Education and Industrial Training; and

        (d) ―Service‖ means the Punjab, Department of Technical Education and Industrial Training
              (Technical Education Wing) Group-A Service.

        (2) The expressions used in these rules, but not defined, shall have the respective meanings
assigned to these expressions in the Punjab Civil Services (General and Common Conditions of Service)
Rules, 1994.

         3. Constitution of Service.— On and with effect from the publication of these rules in the Official
Gazette, there shall be constituted a service known as the Punjab, Department of Technical Education and
Industrial Training (Technical Education Wing) Group-A Service, which shall consist of .--

        (1)     Persons appointed in the Department of Industries under the provisions of the Punjab
                Industrial Training Service (Class I and II) Rules, 1974, who have been transferred to the
                Department of Technical Education and Industrial Training and the persons appointed
                subsequently in the Department of Technical Education and Industrial Training against the
                posts governed under the provisions of the aforesaid rules; and

        (2)     Persons appointed in the Department of Technical Education and Industrial Training as per
                the policy approved by the. Government from time to time:

        Provided that notwithstanding anything contained in these rules, the persons appointed under the
provisions of the Punjab Industrial Training Service (Class I and II) Rules, 1974, who have become members
of the Service shall continue to hold the respective posts in their cadre and shall be eligible for consideration
for promotion in their own respective cadre in accordance with the provisions of these rules.
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        4. Number and character of post.— The Service shall consist of such number of cadres and each
cadre shall comprise such number of posts as shown in Appendix ‗A‘ :

       Provided that nothing in these rules shall effect the inherent right of the Government to add to or
reduce the number of such posts or to create new posts with different designations and scales of pay,
whether permanently or temporarily.

        5. Appointing Authority.— All Appointments to the Service shall be made by the Government.

         6. Pay of members of the Service.— The members of the Ser-vice shall be entitled to such scales of
pay, as may be authorised by the Punjab Govern-ment from time to time. The scales of pay, at present, in
force in respect of the members of the Service are given in Appendix ‗A‘ .

       7. Method of appointment and qualifications.— (1) Appointment to a post in the Service shall be
made in the manner indicated against that post in Appendix ‗B‘.

       (2) No person shall be recruited to a pest in the Service by promotion or by direct appointment as the
case may be, unless he possesses the educational qualifications and experience shown against that post in
Appendix ‗B‘.

         (3) All the posts except at Serial No.1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and. 8 of Directorate Cadre and Serial No. 29 of
Institute Cadre (Polytechnic) as contained in Appendix ‘A‘ in the Service shall be deemed to be the
Scheduled Posts            within the meaning of the Punjab Services (Appointment by Promotion) Rules, 1962,
and all appointments to a post in the Service by promotion shall be regulated as per provisions contained in
the aforesaid rules:

        Provided that if no suitable person is available for recruitment against any post: by direct
appointment or by promotion, as the case may be, then that post may be fined in by transfer of a person
holding identical or similar posts in Government of Punjab, other States Governments or Government of
India and the Vacancy so filled shall be counted towards the quota to which it belongs.

        8. Discipline, punishment and Appeals. — (1) In respect of the matters of discipline, punishment and
appeals, the members of the Service shall be governed by the Punjab Civil Services (Punishment and.
Appeal) Rules, 1970, as amended from time to time.

       (2) The authority empowered to impose penalties as specified in rule 5 of the Punjab Civil Services
(Punishment and Appeal) Rules, 1970, in respect of the members of the Service shall be the Government.

        9. Application of the Punjab Civil Services (General and Common Conditions of Service) Rules,
1994.— (1) In respect of the matters, which are not specifically provided in these rules, the members of the
Service shall be governed by the provisions of the Punjab Civil Service (General and Common Conditions of
Service) Rules, 1994, as amended from time to time.

         (2) The Punjab Civil Services (General and Common Conditions of Service) Rules, 1994 at present,
in force are     contained in Appendix ‘C‘.

        10. Interpretation.— If any question arises as to the interpretation of these rules I the Government
shall decide the same.
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                                             APPENDIX ‘A’
                                        [See rules 1 (3), 4 and 6]

 Serial            Designation of the       Number of posts                               Scale of Pay
 No                Post
                                            Permane            Temporary        Total
                                            nt
Directorate Cadre
    1.   Additional Director                     ---               2         2                   14,300-18,600
    2.   Deputy Director                          ---               6         6                   12,000-16,350
    3.   Training cum Placement Officer           ---               1         1                  10,025-15,100
    4.   Architect                                 ---              1         1                   10,025-15,100
    5.   Assistant Director cum Registrar         1                 ---       1                           -----
    6.   Assistant Director (Technical)           ---              1         1                    7,880 -13,500
                                                                                                    (start 8000)
      7.    Assistant Director (Non Technical)   ---               1            1                 7,880 -13,500
                                                                                                    (start 8000)
      8.    Superintendent Grade 1                 2                ---         2                  7,220 -12,660



Institute Cadre (Polytechnic)
Serial     Designation of the Post                       Number of posts                         Scale of Pay
No                                                       Permanent    Temporary         Total

1.         Principal                                         4             10            14      14,300-18,600
2.         Project Officer                                 ------          15           ------   12,000-16,350
3.         Head of Department Engineering                   20             22            42      12,000-16,350
4.         Head of Department Non                            4             13            17      12,000-16,350
           Engineering
5.         Head of Department Applied                          5            3             8      12,000-16,350
           Sciences
6.         System Manager                                  -----           7             7       12,000-16,350
7.         Senior Lecturer Engineering                      22             19            41      10,025-15,100
8.         Senior Lecturer Non Engineering                   5             8             13      10,025-15,100
9.         Senior Lecturer Applied Sciences                  5             4             9       10,025-15,100
10.        System Analyst                                  ----            ----          ---     10,025-15,100
11.        Lecturer Engineering                            126             124          250      7,880 -13,500 (start 8000)
12.        Lecturer in respective branches of               1              27            28      7,880 -13,500 (start 8000)
           Modern Office Practice Deptt. as at
           Serial No 12 of Institute Cadre in
           Appendix ‗B‘
13.        Lecturer Commercial Arts & Graphic              -----            5             5      7,880 -13,500 (start 8000)
           Designs
14.        Lecturer Garment Manufacturing                   ----            4             4      7,880 -13,500 (start 8000)
           Technology
15.        Lecturer Textile Technology                      ----            4             4      7,880 -13,500 (start 8000)
           (Weaving/Spinning)
16.        Lecturer in Textile Chemisry                     ----            2             2      7,880 -13,500 (start 8000)
17.        Lecturer Plastic Technology                      ----            3             3      7,880 -13,500 (start 8000)

18.        Lecturer Mould Design                            ----           1             1       7,880 -13,500 (start 8000)
19.        Lecturer Pharmacy                                ----           22            22      7,880 -13,500 (start 8000)
20.        Lecturer Medical Laboratory                      ----           10            10      7,880 -13,500 (start 8000)
           Technology
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21.      Lecturer English                             3          11        14    7,880 -13,500 (start 8000)
22.      Lecturer Mathematics                         6          13        19    7,880 -13,500 (start 8000)
23.      Lecturer Physics                             4          15        19    7,880 -13,500 (start 8000)

24.      Lecturer Chemistry                           5          10        15    7,880 -13,500 (start 8000)

25.      Assistant Project Officer                 ----           2        2     7,880 -13,500 (start 8000)

26.      Workshop Superintendent                    4            6         10    ----
27.      Foreman Instructor                        ----          33        33    7,880 -13,500 (start 8000)

28.      Programmer                                ----          16        16    7220-11,660
29.      Librarian                                 ----          11        11    7220-11,660

Government Polytechnic (Women ) Jalandhar Cadre
Serial   Designation of the Post              Number of posts                    Scale of Pay
No                                            Permanent   Temporary    Total

  1      Principal                                1             ---        1     14,300-18,600
  2      Head of Department Engineering           1              1         2     12,000-16,350
         (i) Architecture
         (ii) Computer applications
  3      Head of Department Non                   3             ----       3     12,000-16,350
         Engineering
         (I)Modern Office Practice
         (II) Library Science
          (III)Pharmacy
 4       Project Officer                         ----            1     1         12,000-16,350
 5       System Manager                          ----            1     1         12,000-16,350
 6.      Senior Lecturer Engineering              1              2         3     10,025-15,100
         (i) Architecture
         (ii)Electronics & Communication
         Engg.
         (iii)Computer applications
  7      Senior Lecturer Non Engineering          3             ----       3     10,025-15,100

         (i)Modern Office Practice
         (ii) Library Science
         (iii)Pharmacy
  8      System Analyst                          ----           ----       ---   10,025-15,100
  9      Lecturer Engineering                     3              6          9    7,880 -13,500 (start
         (i) Architecture                                                        8000)
         (ii)Electronics & Communication
         Engg.
         (iii)Computer applications
 10      Lecturer in respective branches of       4             ---        4     7,880 -13,500 (start
         Modern Office Practice Deptt. as                                        8000)
         at Serial No 12 of Institute Cadre
         in Appendix ‗B‘
 11      Lecturer Library Science                 4             ---        4     7,880 -13,500 (start
                                                                                 8000)
 12      Lecturer Pharmacy                        3              -         3     7,880 -13,500 (start
                                                                                 8000)
 13      Lecturer English                         1             --         1     7,880 -13,500 (start
                                                                                 8000)
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Government Polytechnic (Women ) Jalandhar Cadre
Serial   Designation of the Post             Number of posts                     Scale of Pay
No                                           Permanent   Temporary     Total

    14   Lecturer Mathematics                      ---          1        1       7,880 -13,500 (start
                                                                                 8000)
    15   Lecturer Physics                           1          ----      1       7,880 -13,500 (start
                                                                                 8000)
    16   Foreman Instructor                     ----            1        1       7,880 -13,500 (start
                                                                                 8000)

    17   Programmer                             ----            2        2       7220-11,660

Special Trade Institutes (Cadre)

Seri     Designation of the Post          Number of posts                                 Scale of Pay
al                                        Permanent   Temporary          Total
No

1        Principal                             2                ---              2        7220-11,660

    2    Head of Department                   ---                1               1        12,000-16,350
         Engineering
         (i) Fashion Technology
         (ii) Textile Design
    3    Project Officer                      ----               5       5                12,000-16,350
    4    System Manager                       ----               4       4                12,000-16,350
    5    Head of Department Weaving            1                ----     1                7220-11,660
    6    Head of Department Spinning           1                ----     1                7220-11,660
    7    Senior Lecturer Textile Design       ---                1               1        10,025-15,100
    8    Senior Fashion Designer              ----               1               1        10,025-15,100

    9    Fashion Designer                     ----               3               3        7220-11,660

         Lecturer Textile Technology          ----               3               3        7220-11,660
    10   (Weaving/Spinning)

    11   Lecturer Textile Chemistry            -                 1               1        7220-11,660
    12   Lecturer Art for Fashion            -----               1               1        7220-11,660
         Technology and Textile Design
    13   Programmer                           ----               4               4        7220-11,660

    14   Foreman Instructor                   ----               4               4        7,880 -13,500
                                                                                          (start 8000)
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                                                                                            APPENDIX ‘B’
                                                                                             [See Rule 7]
Sr      Designation of the Post            Appointment By                                                   Qualification & Experience for Appointment By
No                                Direct      Promotion     Transfer   Direct appointment                      Promotion                                           Remarks

1      2                          3           4             5          6                                       7                                                   8
DIRECTORATE CADRE
1     Additional Director         ----        ----          ----       ----                                    ----                                                Posting by selection from amongst the
                                                                                                                                                                   Principals who have an experience of
                                                                                                                                                                   working for at least 3 years as such
2     Deputy Director             ----        ----          ----       ----                                    ----                                                Posting by selection from amongst the
                                                                                                                                                                   Heads of the Departments having at
                                                                                                                                                                   least two years experience as such.
3     Training cum                ----        ----          ----       ----                                    ----                                                Posting by selection from amongst
      Placement Officer                                                                                                                                            Senior Lecturers Engineering/
                                                                                                                                                                   Technology having at least three
                                                                                                                                                                   years experience.
4     Architect                   ----        ----          ----       ----                                    ----                                                ----
5     Assistant Director cum      ----        100%          ----       ----                                    From amongst the Superintendents Grade I who        ----
      Registrar                                                                                                have an experience of working on any one or
                                                                                                               both posts of Superintendent Grade 1 &
                                                                                                               Superintendent Grade II, working under the
                                                                                                               control of Director for a minimum period of three
                                                                                                               years out of which an experience of working for
                                                                                                               a minimum period of one year should be on the
                                                                                                               post of Superintendent Grade 1.
6     Assistant Director          ----        ----          ----       ----                                    ----                                                Posting by selection from amongst
      (Technical)                                                                                                                                                  Lecturers Engineering having at least
                                                                                                                                                                   three years experience as such.
7     Assistant Director (Non     ----        ----          ----       ----                                    ----                                                Posting by Selection from amongst
      Technical)                                                                                                                                                   Lecturer Technology/Applied Sciences
                                                                                                                                                                   having at least three years experience
                                                                                                                                                                   as such.
                                                                                                                   34

Sr         Designation of the Post            Appointment By                                                                     Qualification & Experience for Appointment By
No                                   Direct      Promotion     Transfer   Direct appointment                                        Promotion                                             Remarks

1      2                             3           4             5          6                                                          7                                                    8




8      Superintendent Grade          ----        100%`         ----       ----                                                       From amongst the Superintendents Grade II
       1                                                                                                                             working under the control of Director who have
                                                                                                                                     an experiences such for a minimum period of
                                                                                                                                     one year or an experience of working for a
                                                                                                                                     minimum period of ten years when taken
                                                                                                                                     together of the post of Senior Assistant Auditor.
                                                                                                                                     OR
                                                                                                                                     Research Assistant working under the control of
                                                                                                                                     Director who have an experience of working as
                                                                                                                                     such for a minimum period of ten years.
                                                                                                                                     Note: For determining the inter se seniority of
                                                                                                                                     Superintendent Grade II & Research Assistants
                                                                                                                                     the respective date of appointments against the
                                                                                                                                     post as shall be kept in view.
Institution Cadre (Polytechnic)

1      2                             3           4             5          6                                                          7                                                    8

1.     Principal                     ----        100%          ----       Ph. D Degree (With 1st Class Degree at Bachelor's or       (i)From amongst the Heads of Department              For promotion to the Post of Principal ,
                                                                          Master's level ) in appropriate branch of                  (Engineering/Technology) other than applied          the inter se seniority of the Heads of
                                                                          Engineering/Technology Technician Education)               Sciences or Project Officer or System Manager.       Department (Engineering/Technology)
                                                                          Ten years experience in teaching out of which at least                                                          other than Applied Sciences) , Project
                                                                          three years shall be at the level of Head of Deptt. or     (ii) Fifteen years Teaching experience out of        Officer and System Manager, the
                                                                          equivalent post.                                           which at least five years shall be at the level of   respective dates of appointment
                                                                          Note: Candidates from industry with 1st class              Heads of Department.                                 against the post as such shall be kept
                                                                          Bachelor's degree in appropriate branch of                                                                      in view.
                                                                          Engineering/Technology        and    with     industrial                                                        Note: In case suitable Departmental
                                                                          experience which is equivalent to Master's degree ,                                                             Candidates not available then Direct
                                                                          with total 15 years of experience of which at least five                                                        Recruitment can be made to the
                                                                          years would be at a level comparable with Head of                                                               extent of 25% of the total cadre posts.
                                                                          Deptt. will also be eligible.
2.     Project Officer               ----        ----          100%       ----                                                       In case suitable Departmental Project Officer is     By transfer from amongst Heads of
                                                                                                                                     not available then promotion can be made to the      Departments
                                                                                                                                     extent of 25% of the total cadre from amongst
                                                                                                                35

Sr       Designation of the Post            Appointment By                                                                    Qualification & Experience for Appointment By
No                                 Direct      Promotion     Transfer   Direct appointment                                       Promotion                                            Remarks

1    2                             3           4             5          6                                                         7                                                   8
                                                                                                                                  Assistant Project Officers having ten years of
                                                                                                                                  experience.




3.   Head of Department            ----        100%          ----       Master's Degree in appropriate branch of                  (i) From amongst the Senior Lecturers
     Engineering                                                        Engineering/Technology with 1st class at Master's or      Engineering in the concerned appropriate
                                                                        Bachelor's level.                                         branch. At least five years experience as Senior
                                                                        Five years experience in teaching/ industry / research    Lecturer in the concerned appropriate branch.
                                                                        at the level of Senior Lecturer . or equivalent post.      OR
                                                                        Note: Candidates from industry /profession with a         Ten years experience as Lecturer, if the Post of
                                                                        Bachelor's degree in appropriate branch of                Senior Lecturer does not exist.
                                                                        Engineering and with recognized professional work
                                                                        equivalent to Master's degree , in the case of Engg /     (ii) In case suitable Departmental Candidate is
                                                                        Technology          and five years experience will also   not available then Direct Recruitment can be
                                                                        be eligible for the post of Head of Department.           made to the extent of 25% of the total cadre
                                                                                                                                  posts
4.   Head of Department            ----        100%          ----       (i)    Master's Degree in appropriate branch of           a) From amongst the Senior Lecturers Non-
     Non Engineering                                                    Technology with first class at Master's or Bachelor's     Engineering in the concerned appropriate
                                                                        level.                                                    branch of Technology. At least five years
                                                                                                                                  experience as Senior Lecturer in the concerned
                                                                        (ii) Five years experience in teaching/ industry /        appropriate branch of Technology.
                                                                        research at      the level of Senior Lecturer . or         OR
                                                                        equivalent post.                                          Ten years experience as Lecturer , if the Post of
                                                                                                                                  Sr. Lecturer does not exist.
                                                                                                                                  (b) In case suitable Departmental Candidates
                                                                                                                                  not available then Direct Recruitment can be
                                                                                                                                  made to the extent of 25% of the total cadre
                                                                                                                                  posts
5.   Head of Department            ----        100%          ----       Good academic record with at least 55% marks or an        (a) From amongst the Senior Lecturers in
     Applied Sciences                                                   Equivalent CGPA at the Master's level and Ph.D            Applied Sciences.
                                                                        Degree in the relevant subject.                           At least five years experience as Senior Lecturer
                                                                        Five years experience in Teaching and/or Research         in the concerned appropriate branch.
                                                                        excluding the period spent for obtaining the degrees       OR
                                                                        and has made some mark in the areas of scholarship        Ten years experience as Lecturer, if the Post of
                                                                        as evidenced by quality of publications, contributions    Sr. Lecturer does not exist.
                                                                        to educational innovation, design of new courses and      (b) In case suitable Departmental Candidates
                                                                                                               36

Sr       Designation of the Post            Appointment By                                                                   Qualification & Experience for Appointment By
No                                 Direct      Promotion     Transfer   Direct appointment                                      Promotion                                           Remarks

1    2                             3           4             5          6                                                        7                                                  8
                                                                        curricula.                                               not available then Direct Recruitment can be
                                                                                                                                 made to the extent of 25% of the total cadre
                                                                                                                                 posts
6.   System Manager                ----        100%          ----       (i) Master's degree in                                   i) From amongst System Analysts with five
                                                                        Computer Science/ Computer Engg./ Computer               years experience.
                                                                        Technology/ Information Technology or equivalent          OR
                                                                              st
                                                                        with 1 class at Bachelor's or Master's level.            Ten years experience as Programmer, if the
                                                                        OR                                                       Post of System Analyst does not exist.
                                                                        Master's degree in Computer Science/ Computer
                                                                        Engg./      Computer     Technology/       Information   (ii) In case suitable Departmental Candidates
                                                                                                         st
                                                                        Technology or equivalent with 1 class at MCA or          not available then Direct Recruitment can be
                                                                        Master's level.                                          made to the extent of 25% of the total cadre
                                                                                                                                 posts
                                                                        (ii) Ten years experience in Teaching /industry/
                                                                        Research out of which 5 years must be at the level of
                                                                        System Analyst/ Lecturer or equivalent.
                                                                        NOTE:
                                                                        Candidates from industry /profession with 1st class BE
                                                                        /B. Technology Degree in
                                                                        Master's degree in
                                                                        Computer Science/ Computer Engg./ Computer
                                                                        Technology/ Information Technology or equivalent or
                                                                        1st class MCA degree and Professional work which
                                                                        can be recognized as equivalent to Ph.D Degree and
                                                                        with 5 years experience shall also be eligible.
7.   Senior Lecturer               25%         75%           ----       i) 1st Class Bachelor‘s Degree in appropriate branch     Atleast five years experience as Lecturer          For promotion to the Post of Sr.
     Engineering                                                        of Engineering.                                          Engineering in the appropriate branch except for   Lecturer, in Plastic Technology the
                                                                        OR                                                       Mechanical Engineering branch in which             inter se seniority of
                                                                        First Class Master's Degree in the appropriate branch    promotion will be made from amongst the            (i) Lecturer in Plastic Technology
                                                                        of Engineering.                                          Lecturers in Mechanical Engineering and            (ii) Lecturer in Mould Design, from the
                                                                        (ii) Five years experience in teaching/ industry /       Workshop Superintendent on the basis of their      respective dates of appointment
                                                                        research at the level of Lecturer or equivalent.         merit-cum-seniority to be determined from the      against the post as such shall be kept
                                                                                                                                 date of appointment provided that in case of       in view
                                                                                                                                 Workshop Superintendent, the incumbent fulfills
                                                                                                                                 the qualifications of Lecturer for direct
                                                                                                                                 recruitment.
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Sr       Designation of the Post            Appointment By                                                                  Qualification & Experience for Appointment By
No                                 Direct      Promotion     Transfer   Direct appointment                                     Promotion                                            Remarks

1    2                             3           4             5          6                                                       7                                                   8




8.   Senior Lecturer Non           25%         75%           ----       (i)    First Class Master's degree in the appropriate    At least five years experience as Lecturer Non-    (1) For promotion to the Post of Sr.
     Engineering                                                               branch of      Non-Engineering Technology        Engineering Programmes in the appropriate           Lecturer, in Modern Office Practice
                                                                               Programmes.                                      branch of Technology.                               the inter se seniority of the Lecturer
                                                                        (ii)   Five         years        experience        in                                                       in following branches
                                                                               teaching/industry/research at the level of                                                           (i) Commercial Practice
                                                                               Lecturer or equivalent.                                                                              (ii) Commercial & computer Practice
                                                                                                                                                                                    (iii) Office Management Practice (iv)
                                                                                                                                                                                    Secretarial Practice
                                                                                                                                                                                    (v) Office Management automation
                                                                                                                                                                                    (vi) Stenography & Secretarial
                                                                                                                                                                                    Practice
                                                                                                                                                                                    (vii) Accountancy from the respective
                                                                                                                                                                                    dates of appointment against the post
                                                                                                                                                                                    as such shall be kept in view.
                                                                                                                                                                                    (2) ) For promotion to the Post of Sr.
                                                                                                                                                                                    Lecturer, in Fashion Technology &
                                                                                                                                                                                    Textile Design the inter se seniority
                                                                                                                                                                                    of the Lecturer in following branches
                                                                                                                                                                                    (a) Textile Technology ( Weaving)
                                                                                                                                                                                    (b) Textile Chemistry
                                                                                                                                                                                    (c) Arts for Fashion Technology &
                                                                                                                                                                                    Textile Design
                                                                                                                                                                                    from the respective dates of
                                                                                                                                                                                    appointment against the post as such
                                                                                                                                                                                    shall be kept in view.
                                                                                                                                                                                    (3) The post of Senior Fashion
                                                                                                                                                                                    Designer shall be filled up from
                                                                                                                                                                                    amongst Fashion Designer having
                                                                                                                                                                                    experience of five years as such.
9.   Senior Lecturer Applied       25%         75%           ----       Good academic record with at least 55% marks or an      At least five years experience as Lecturer in the   For promotion to the Post of Sr.
     Sciences                                                           Equivalent CGPA at the Master's Degree level from       appropriate branch of applied sciences.             Lecturer, in Fashion Technology &
                                                                        an Indian University or an equivalent Degree from a                                                         Textile Design the inter se seniority
                                                                        Foreign University.                                                                                         of the Lecturer in following branches .
                                                                                                                                                                                    (a) English
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Sr        Designation of the Post            Appointment By                                                                   Qualification & Experience for Appointment By
No                                  Direct      Promotion     Transfer   Direct appointment                                      Promotion                                     Remarks

1     2                             3           4             5          6                                                        7                                            8
                                                                         Five years experience in Teaching /industry/ research                                                 (b) Mathematics
                                                                         at the level of Lecturer or equivalent post..                                                         (c) Chemistry
                                                                                                                                                                               (d) Physics from the respective dates
                                                                                                                                                                               of appointment against the post as
                                                                                                                                                                               such shall be kept in view.
10.   System Analyst                25%         75%           ----       Master's degree in                                       five years experience as Programmer in the
                                                                         Computer Science/ Computer Engg./ Computer               Department of Technical Education
                                                                         Technology/ Information Technology or equivalent
                                                                               st
                                                                         with 1 class at Bachelor's or Master's level.
                                                                         OR
                                                                         Master's degree in
                                                                         Computer Science/ Computer Engg./ Computer
                                                                         Technology/ Information Technology or equivalent
                                                                         with 1st class at MCA or Master's level.

                                                                         (ii) 5 years experience in Teaching /industry/
                                                                         Research out of which 5 years must be at the level of
                                                                         System Analyst/ Lecturer or equivalent.
11.   Lecturer Engineering          100%        ----          ----       First class Bachelor's Degree in appropriate branch of                            ----
                                                                         Engineering.
                                                                         OR
                                                                         First class Master's Degree in appropriate branch of
                                                                         Engineering.
12.   Lecturer Modern Office        100%        ----          ----       M.Com First class with relevant subjects at B.Com                                 ----                This concerns Non-Engineering
      Practices :-                                                       level with one year Professional Experience                                                           programme of Technology
      (a) Commercial
      Practice                                                           OR
      (b) Commercial and
      Computer Practice                                                  B.A./B.Sc/B.Com First class with First Class Diploma
      (c) Office Management                                              in appropriate subjects with two years Professional
      Practice                                                           Experience in Field/industry/Training.
      (d) Secretarial Practice
      (e) Office Management
      Automation
      (f) Stenography &
      Secretarial Practice
      (g) Accountancy
                                                                                                                 39

Sr        Designation of the Post            Appointment By                                                                    Qualification & Experience for Appointment By
No                                  Direct      Promotion     Transfer   Direct appointment                                       Promotion                                    Remarks

1     2                             3           4             5          6                                                         7                                           8
13.   Lecturer                      100%0       ----          ----       First class Master's Degree in Fine Arts/Commercial                                ----               This concerns Non-Engineering
      (a)Commercial Arts &                                               Arts/Applied arts of a recognized University                                                          programme of Technology
      Graphic Designs                                                    OR
      (b) Fashion Technology                                             First class 3 years Diploma in Commercial Arts with 5
      and Textile                                                        years Experience in Field/Teaching from a recognized
      Design/Fashion Design                                              University.
14.   Lecturer                      100%        ----          ----       First    class    Bachelor's    Degree     in   Textile                            ----               This concerns Non-Engineering
      (a) Garment                                                        Technology/Textile Chemistry of a recognized                                                          programme of Technology
      Manufacturing                                                      University/Institution.
      Technology                                                         OR
      (b) Fashion Design &                                               First class Post Graduate Diploma in Garment
      Textile Technology                                                 Technology with 1 years
      (c) Fashion Designer                                               Professional Experience.
                                                                         OR
                                                                         First class BA/B.Sc/B.Com. Home Science with 1st
                                                                         Class Diploma in Fashion/Garment Technology of a
                                                                         recognized University/Institution with two years
                                                                         experience in industry/Field/Training.
                                                                         OR
                                                                         First class Diploma in Fashion/Garment Technology
                                                                         of a recognized University/Institution with Four years
                                                                         experience in industry/Field/Training.

15.   Lecturer Textile              100%        ----          ----       First    class    Bachelor's    Degree      in  Textile                            ----               This concerns Non-Engineering
      Technology                                                         Technology/Textile Engineering.                                                                       programme of Technology
      (Weaving/Spinning)                                                 OR
                                                                         Second      class    B.     Technology      in  Textile
                                                                         Technology/Textile Engineering with two years
                                                                         teaching/ industrial experience. With project work in
                                                                         Degree       course      in     appropriate     branch
                                                                         Spinning/Weaving.
                                                                         OR
                                                                         BA/B.Sc with 1st Class Diploma in appropriate branch
                                                                         with five years teaching/industrial experience.
16.   Lecturer in Textile           100%        ----          ----       First class B. Technology in Textile Chemistry                                     ----               This concerns Non-Engineering
      Chemistry                                                          OR                                                                                                    programme of Technology
                                                                         Second class B. Technology in Textile Chemistry with
                                                                         2 years teaching/industrial experience.
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Sr        Designation of the Post            Appointment By                                                                      Qualification & Experience for Appointment By
No                                  Direct      Promotion     Transfer   Direct appointment                                         Promotion                                    Remarks

1     2                             3           4             5          6                                                           7                                           8
                                                                         OR
                                                                         BA/B.Sc with 1st Class Diploma in Textile Chemistry
                                                                         with five years Teaching/Professional experience.




17.   Lecturer Plastic              100%        ----          ----       (a)        First class Bachelors Degree in Plastic                                   ----
      Technology                                                         Technology
                                                                         OR
                                                                         (b)        Second class B. Technology in Plastic
                                                                                Technology with 2 years teaching/industrial
                                                                                experience.
                                                                         OR
                                                                         (c) 1st Class B.Sc with 1st Class Diploma in Plastic
                                                                         Engg or Technology from         recognized institute with
                                                                         three years Teaching/Industrial experience.
                                                                         OR
                                                                         BE (Mechanical/Chemical/ Polymer/ Production
                                                                         Engineering) with Post Graduate Diploma in Plastic
                                                                         Engg./Technology           from      a       recognized
                                                                         /institution/university/board institute with two years
                                                                         experience in Teaching/field of Plastic industry.

18.   Lecturer Mould Design         100%        ----          ----       First class B. Technology in Polymer Science/Plastic                                 ----
                                                                         Technology
                                                                         OR
                                                                          Second class B. Technology in Polymer
                                                                         Science/Plastic     Technology    with    2   years
                                                                         teaching/industrial experience.
                                                                         OR
                                                                         1st Class B.Sc with 1st Class Diploma in Mould
                                                                         Design/Tool       Design     with    three    years
                                                                         Teaching/Industrial experience.
                                                                         OR
                                                                         First Class Diploma in Mechanical Engineering)/ First
                                                                         Class Post Diploma in Mould Design from a
                                                                         recognized /institution/ board with three years
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Sr        Designation of the Post            Appointment By                                                                    Qualification & Experience for Appointment By
No                                  Direct      Promotion     Transfer   Direct appointment                                       Promotion                                    Remarks

1     2                             3           4             5          6                                                         7                                           8
                                                                         Teaching/ industrial experience.

19.   Lecturer Pharmacy             100%        ----          ----       First Class M. Pharmacy       in Pharmaceutical                                    ----               This concerns Non-Engineering
                                                                         Chemistry                                                                                             programme of Technology
                                                                         /Pharmaceutics/Pharmacology/Pharmacogonosy




                                                                         .
20.   Lecturer Medical              100%        ----          ----       First Master's Degree in Medical Laboratory                                        ----               This concerns Non-Engineering
      Laboratory Technology                                              Technology from a recognized University/institutions.                                                 programme of Technology
                                                                         OR
                                                                         First Class Master's Degree in Medical/Clinical
                                                                         Biochemistry or Clinical Microbiology from a
                                                                         recognized University/institutions.
                                                                         OR
                                                                         First Class Graduate in Medical Laboratory
                                                                         Technology or Medical/Clinical Biochemistry or
                                                                         Medical/Clinical Microbiology with three years
                                                                         experience.
21.   Lecturer English              100%        ----          ----       Good academic record with at least 55% marks or an                                 ----
                                                                         Equivalent CGPA at the Master's Degree level in
                                                                         English from an Indian University or an equivalent
                                                                         Degree from a Foreign University.

                                                                         Besides fulfilling the above qualifications, candidates
                                                                         should have cleared the National Eligibility Test (NET)
                                                                         for Lecturers conducted by the UGC, CSIR or similar
                                                                         test accredited by the UGC.
22.   Lecturer Mathematics          100%        ----          ----       Good academic record with at least 55% marks or an                                 ----
                                                                         Equivalent CGPA at the Master's Degree level in
                                                                         Mathematics from an Indian University or an
                                                                         equivalent Degree from a Foreign University.

                                                                         Besides fulfilling the above qualifications, candidates
                                                                         should have cleared the National Eligibility Test
                                                                         (NET) for Lecturers conducted by the UGC, CSIR or
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Sr        Designation of the Post            Appointment By                                                                           Qualification & Experience for Appointment By
No                                  Direct      Promotion     Transfer   Direct appointment                                              Promotion                                        Remarks

1     2                             3           4             5          6                                                                7                                               8
                                                                         similar test accredited by the UGC

23.   Lecturer Physics              100%        ----          ----       Good academic record with at least 55% marks or an                                        ----
                                                                         Equivalent CGPA at the Master's Degree level in
                                                                         Physics from an Indian University or an equivalent
                                                                         Degree from a Foreign University.

                                                                         Besides fulfilling the above qualifications, candidates
                                                                         should have cleared the National Eligibility Test
                                                                         (NET) for Lecturers conducted by the UGC, CSIR or
                                                                         similar test accredited by the UGC.
24.   Lecturer Chemistry            100%0       ----          ----       Good academic record with at least 55% marks or an                                        ----
                                                                         Equivalent CGPA at the Master's Degree level in Chemistry
                                                                         from an Indian University or an equivalent Degree from a
                                                                         Foreign University.
                                                                         Besides fulfilling the above qualifications, candidates should
                                                                         have cleared the National Eligibility Test          (NET) for
                                                                         Lecturers conducted by the UGC, CSIR or similar test
                                                                         accredited by the UGC.
25.   Assistant Project Officer     100%        ----          ----       1st Class BE/B. Technology in any branch preferably in                                    ----
                                                                         emerging Technology.
26.   Workshop Superintendent       50%         50%           ----       (i)    First Class Bachelor's Degree in Mechanical               Ten years experience as a regular Foreman
                                                                         Engineering/Production Engineering/Industrial Engineering        instructor in Government Polytechnic
                                                                         OR
                                                                         First   Class      Master's       Degree in        Mechanical
                                                                         Engineering/Production Engineering/Industrial Engineering
                                                                         (ii) Two years experience in a Workshop/ Industrial concern
                                                                         of repute.
27.   Foreman Instructor            If a        100%          ----       First Class Bachelor's Degree or First Class Master's            Ten years experience as a regular workshop
                                    suitable                             Degree in Mechanical Engineering/Production                      instructor in relevant trade in a recognized
                                    candidat
                                    e is not                             Engineering/Electrical    Engineering/Electronics &              technical institution
                                    available                            Communication Engineering of relevant trade.
                                    Departm                              Two years experience in a Workshop/ Industrial
                                    entally                              concern of repute.
28.   Programmer                    50%         50%           ----       First class BE/B Technology in                                   By promotion from amongst Assistant
                                                                         Computer Science/ Computer Engg./ Computer                       Programmer having an experience of five years
                                                                         Technology/ Information Technology or equivalent                 as such
                                                                         OR First class ME/M Technology in Computer
                                                                         Science/ Computer Engg./ Computer Technology/
                                                                         Information Technology or equivalent
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Sr        Designation of the Post            Appointment By                                                                Qualification & Experience for Appointment By
No                                  Direct      Promotion     Transfer   Direct appointment                                   Promotion                                            Remarks

1     2                             3           4             5          6                                                     7                                                   8
                                                                         OR First Class MCA Degree

29.   Librarian                     50%         50%           If a       First Class M. Lib Science Degree                     From amongst the librarians (class III ) /
                                                              suitabl
                                                                         OR First Class B. Lib Science with five years         Assistant Librarians (class III) who are at least
                                                              e
                                                              candid     experience in a library.                              Second class M. Lib Science Degree or First
                                                              ate is                                                           class B. Lib Science with at least three years of
                                                              not                                                              experience.
                                                              availab
                                                              le
                                                              Depart
                                                              mentall
                                                              y
30.   Lecturer in Library           100%        -             -          First Class in Master's degree   in Library Science   -                                                   This concerns non-Engineering
      Science                                                            from a recognized University                                                                              Programme of Technology.
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                                       APPENDIX ‗C‘ (See rule 9)
                                      GOVERNMENT OF PUNJAB
                             DEPARTMENT OF PERSONNEL AND ADMINISTRATIVE
                                REFORMS (PERSONNEL POLICI~S-I BRANCH)

                                                     Notification
                                                  The 4th May, 1994

         No. G.S.R.33/Const./Art. 309/94.— In exercise of the powers conferred by the proviso to article 309 of the
Constitution of India, and all other powers enabling in this behalf, the Governor of Punjab is pleased to make the
following rules regulating the recruitment and general and common conditions of service of persons appointed to
Class I, Class II and Class III services in connection with the affairs of the State of Punjab, namely:—

       1. Short Title, Commencement and application.— (1) These rules may be called the Punjab Civil
Services (General and Common Conditions of Service) Rules, 1994.

        (2) They shall come into force at once.

         (3) They shall apply to all the posts in Class I, Class II and Class III services in connection with the affairs
of the State of Punjab.

        2. Definition.— In these rules, unless the context otherwise requires,--

        (a)    ―appointing authority‖ means an appointing authority specified as such in the Service Rules made
               under articles 309 of the Constitution of India in respect of any service or post in connection with
               the affairs of the State of Punjab;

        (b)    ―Board‖ means the Subordinate Services Selection Board Punjab or any other authority constituted
               to perform its functions;

        (c)    ―Commission‖ means the Punjab Public Service Commission;

        (d)    ―direct appointment‖ means an appointment made otherwise than by promotion or by transfer of a
               person already in the service of Government of 1;ndia or of a State Government;

         (e)   ―Government‖ means the Government of the State of Punjab in the Department of Personnel and
               Administrative Reforms;

        (f)    ―recognized university or institution‖ means, --

               (i)    any university or institution incorporated by law in any of the State of India; or
               (ii)   any other university or institution which is declared by the Government to be a recognised
                      university or institution for the purposes of these rules;
               (g)    ―Service‖ means any Class I service, Class II service or Class III service constituted in
                      connection with the affairs of the State of Punjab;
               (h)    ―Service Rules‖ means the service rules made under article 309 of the Constitution of India
                      regulating‖ the recruitment and conditions of Service other than the general and common
                      conditions of service of persons appointed to any service or post in connection with the aft
                      airs of the State of Punjab.
               (i)    ―War hero‖ means defence services personnel, or a paramilitary forces personnel, who is a
                      bona fide resident of Punjab State and is killed, or discharged from the above service on
                      account of disability suffered by him while fighting for defending the border of the country in
                      Kargil sector of the State of Jammu and Kashmir or fighting for the country in any other
                      sector or similar operation on or after the first day of January, 1999 which may be notified by
                      the State Government as undertaken for preserving the unity and integrity of the motherland.
                      However, in exceptional cases the cases of those war heroes can also be covered under this
                      definition who, though, not bona fide residents of Punjab State, but are yet closely connected
                      to the State of Punjab. In such exceptional cases, the express approval of the Department of
                      Personnel will be mandatory.
        3. Nationality domicile and character of persons appointed to the Service.— (1) No person shall be
appointed to the Service unless he is.—

        (a)    a citizen of India; or

        (b)    a Citizen of Nepal; or (c) a Subject of Bhutan; or

        (d)    a Tibetan refugee who came over to India before the 1st day of January, 1962 with the intention of
               permanently settling in India; or
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        (e)   a person of Indian origin who has migrated from Pakistan, Burma, Sri Lanka and East African
              Countries of Kenya, Uganda and United Republic of Tanzania (formerly Tanganyika and Zambia),
              Malawi, Zaire‖ Ethiopia and Vietnam with the intention of permanently settling in India:

        Provided that a person belonging to any of the categories (b), (c) (d) and (e) shall be a person in whose
favour a certificate of eligibility has been given by the Government of Punjab in the Department of Home Affairs
and Justice.

         (2) A, person in whose case a certificate of eligibility is necessary may be admitted to an examination or
interview conducted by the Commission or the Board, as- the case may be, on his furnishing proof that he has
applied for the certificate but he shall not be appointed to the Service unless the necessary certificate is given to
him by the Government of Punjab in the Department of Home affairs and Justice.

                                 (3) No person shall be recruited to the Service by direct
appointment, unless he produces.—
        (a)   a certificate of character from the principal academic officer of the university, college, school or
              institution last attended, if any, and similar certificates from two responsible persons not being his
              relatives, who are well acquainted with him in his private life and are unconnected with his
              university, college, school or institution; and

        (b)   An affidavit to the effect that he was never convicted for any criminal offence involving moral
              turpitude and that he was never dismissed or removed from service of any State Government or of
              Government of India or of any Public Sector Undertaking.

        4. Disqualifications.—No person;-(a) who has entered into or contracted a marriage with a person
having a spouse living; or

          (b) who, having a spouse living, has entered into or contracted a marriage with any person, shall be
eligible for appointment to the Service:

        Provided that the Government, if satisfied that such marriage is permissible under the personnal law
applicable to‘ such person and the other party to the marriage and that there are other grounds for so doing,
exempt any person from the operation of this rule.

         5. Age.— (l) No person shall be recruited to the Service by direct appointment if he is less than eighteen
years or is more than thirty five years of age in the case of non-technical posts and thirty five years in the case of
technical posts on the 1st day of January of the year immediately preceding the last date fixed for submission of
applications by the Commission or the Board, as the case may be, or unless he is within such range of minimum
and maximum age limits as may be specifically fixed .by the Government from time to time:

        Provided that where different lower and upper age limits have been specifically prescribed for posts in the
Service Rules, these limits shall be made applicable for appointment to such posts:

        Provided further that the upper age limit may be relaxed upto forty- five years in the case of persons
already in the employment of the Punjab Government, other State Government, or the Government of India:

       Provided further that in the case of candidates belonging to Scheduled Castes and other Backward
Classes, the upper age limit shall be such as may be fixed by the Government from time to time.

        (2) In the case of ex-servicemen, the upper age limit shall be such as has been prescribed in the Punjab
Recruitment of Ex-servicemen Rules, 1982, as amended from time to time.

        (3) In the case of appointment on compassionate grounds on priority basis, the upper age limit shall be
such as may be specifically fixed by the Government from time to time.

         (4) In the case of appointment of a War-hero, who has been discharged from defence services or para-
military forces on account of disability suffered by him or his widow or dependant member of his family, the upper
age limit shall be such as may be specifically fixed by the Government from time to time.

        6. Qualifications etc.—Subject to the provisions of these rules, the number and character of posts,
methods of recruitment and educational qualifications and experience for appointment to a post or posts in a
Service and the departmental examination if any, shall be such as may be specified in the Service Rules made for
that Service:

Provided that where appointment of Class-I or Class-II non-technical post is offered to a war-hero, who has been
discharged from defence services or para-military forces on account of disability suffered by him or his widow or
dependant member of his family, under the instructions issued i1) this behalf by the Government, the educational
qualification to be possessed by such person shall be graduation from a recognize university Such person who is
offered Class-I or Class-II or Class-III non-technical post, shall not, however, be required to possess experience
of technical or non-technical post at the time of his initial.
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        7. Probation.—(1) A person appointment to any post in the Service shall remain on probation for a period
of two years, if recruited by direct appointment and one year if appointed otherwise:

        Provided that:—

        (a)      any period, after such appointment, spent on deputation on a corresponding or a higher post shall
                 count towards the period of probation;

        (b)      in the case of an appointment by transfer, any period of work on an equivalent or higher rank, prior
                 to appointment to the Service, may in the discretion of the appointing authority, be allowed to count
                 towards the period of probation;

        (c)      any period of officiating appointment to the Service shall be reckoned as period spent on probation;
                 and

        (d)      any kind of leave not exceeding six months during or at the end of period of probation, shall be
                 counted towards the period of probation.

        (2) If, in the opinion of the appointing authority, the work or conduct of a person during the period of
probation is not satisfaction or if he has failed to pass the departmental examination, if any prescribed in Service
Rules within a period not exceeding two and a half years from the date of appointment it may, —

        (a)      if such person is recruited by direct appointment, dispense with his services or revert him to a post
                 on which he held lien prior to his appointment to the Service by direct appointment; and

        (b)      if such person is appointed otherwise—

        (i)      revert him to his former post; or

        (ii)     deal with him in such other manner as the terms and conditions of the previous appointment permit.

        (3)        On the completion of the period of probation of a person, the appointing authority may—

        (a)        if his work and conduct has, in its opinion been satisfactory--

                   (i) confirm such person, from the date of his appointment or from the date he completes his
                        period of probation satisfactorily, if he Is not already confirmed,‘ or

                   (ii) declare that he has completed his probation satisfactorily if he is already confirmed: or

        (b) if his work or conduct has not been, in its opinion, satisfactory or if he has failed to pass the
            Departmental Examination, if any, specified in the Service Rules :--

               (i) dispense with his services, if appointed by direct appointment or if appointed otherwise revert him
                    to his former post or deal with him in such other manner as the terms and conditions of his
                    previous appointment may permit; or

               (ii) extend his period of probation and thereafter pass such order as it could have passed on the
                    expiry of the period of probation as specified ‗in sub-rule (1) :

        Provided that the total period of probation including extension, if any, shall not exceed three years,

       8. Seniority: — The seniority inter se of persons appointed to posts in each cadre of a Service shall be
determined by the length of continuous service on such post in that cadre of the Service:

        Provided that in case of persons recruited by direct appointment who join within the period specified in the
order of appointment or within such period as may be extended from time to time by the appointing authority
subject to a maximum of four months from the date of order of appointment, the order of merit determined by the
Commission or the Board, as the case may be, shall not be disturbed:

       Provided further that in case a person is permitted to join the post after the expiry of the said period of
four month in consultation with the commission or the Board, as the case may be, his seniority shall be
determined from the date he joins the post:

        Provided further that in case any person of the next selection has joined a post in the cadre of the
concerned service before the person referred to in the preceding proviso joins the person so referred shall be
placed below all the persons of the next selection, who join within the time specified in the first proviso:

        Provided further that in the case of two or more persons appointed on the same date, their seniority shall
be determined as follows:—

        (a)      a person appointed by direct appointment shall be senior to a person appointed otherwise;
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        (b)   a person appointed by promotion shall be senior to a person appointed by transfer;

        (c)   in the case of person appointed by promotion or transfer, the seniority shall be determined
              according to the seniority of such persons in the appointments from which they were promoted or
              transferred; and

        (d)   in the case of persons appointed by transfer from different cadres, their seniority shall be
              determined according to pay, preference being given to a person who was drawing a higher rate of
              pay in his previous appointment, and if the rates of pay drawn are also the same, then by their
              length of service in these appointments and if the length of service is also the same, an older
              person shall be senior to a younger person.

Note.- Seniority of persons appointed on purely provisional basis or on ad hoc basis shall be determined as and
       when they are regularly appointed keeping in view the dates of such regular appointment.

       9. Liability of members of Service to transfer.— A member of a service may be transferred to any post
whether included in any other service or not, on the same terms and conditions as are specified in rule 3.17 of the
Punjab Civil Service Rules, Volume I, Part-I.

         10. Liability to serve.— A member of a Service shall be liable to serve at any place, whether within or
out of the State of Punjab, on being ordered so to do by the appointing authority.

        11. Leave, pension and other matters.— In respect of pay, leave pension and all other matters not
expressly provided for in these rules, a member of a Service shall be governed by such rules and regulations as
may have been or, may hereafter be adopted or made by the competent authority.

      12. Discipline, penalties and appeals.— (1) In the matter of discipline, punishment and appeals, a
member of a Service shall be governed by the Punjab Civil Services (Punishment and Appeal) Rules, 1970 as
amended from time to time.

       (2) The authority empowered to impose penalties, specified in rule 5 of the Punjab Civil Services
(Punishment and Appeal)‘ Rules, 1970 and the appellate authority thereunder in respect of the Government
employee shall be such as may be specified in the Service Rules.

        13. Liability for vaccination and re-vaccination.— Every member of a Service shall get himself
vaccinated or re-vaccinated, when Punjab Government so directs by a special or general order.

         14. Oath of allegiance.— Every member of a Service unless he has already done so, shall be required
to take oath of allegiance to India and to the Constitution of India as by law established.

       15. Minimum educational and other Qualifications.— (1) No person shall be appointed by direct
appointment to the post of Clerk under the Punjab Government unless he is Matriculate in Second Division or pas
passed Senior Secondary Part-II examination from a recognised university or institution.

         (2) The person so appointed as Clerk in terms of sub-rule (1), shall have to qualify a test in Punjabi
typewriting to be conducted by the Board or by the appointing authority at the speed of thirty words per minute
within a period of one year from the date of his appointment.

         (3) In case the person fails to qualify the said test within the period specified in sub-rule (2) he shall be
allowed annual increment only with effect from the date he qualifies such test, but he shall not be paid any arrears
for the period, for which he could not qualify the said test:

         Provided that where appointment of class-III non-technical post is offered to a War Hero, who has been
discharged from defence services or para-military forces on account of disability suffered by him or his widow or
dependant member of his family, under the instructions issued in this behalf by the Government, the educational
qualifications to be possessed by such person shall be matriculate from a recognised university or institution.
Such person will, however, be not required to qualify the test in Punjabi typewriting as specified in sub-rule (2).

        16. Minimum educational and other qualifications for appointment to the post of Steno-typist
Grade-II or Junior Scale Stenographer Grade-II.— No person shall be appointed by direct appointment to a
post of a Steno-typist Grade-II, or a Junior Scale Stenographer Grade-II, under the Punjab Government unless
he,--

        (a)   is Matriculate in Second Division or has passed Senior Secondary Part-II examination from a
              recognised university or institution; and

        (b)   qualifies a test in Punjabi Stenography to be held by the Board or by the appointing authority at a
              speed to be specified by the Government from time to time.

        17. Knowledge of Punjabi Language.— No person shall be appointed to any post in any Service by
direct appointment unless he has passed Matricula-tion examination with Punjabi as one of the compulsory of
elective subject or any other equivalent examination in Punjabi Language, which, may be specified by the
Government from time to time:
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         Provided that where a person is appointed on compassionate grounds on priority basis under the
instructions issued in this behalf by the Government from time to time, the person so appointed shall have to pass
an examination of Punjabi Language equivalent to Matriculation standard or he shall have to qualify a test
conducted by the Language Wing of Department of Education of Punjab Government within a period of six
months from the date of his appointment:

        Provided further that where educational qualifications for a post in any service are lowerthen the
Matriculation standard, then the person so appointed shall have to pass an examination of Punjabi Language
equivalent to Middle standard:

        Provided further that where a war-hero, who has been discharged from defence services or para-military
forces on account of disability suffered by him or his widow or dependant member of his family, is appointed
under the instructions issued in this behalf by the Government, the person so appointed will not be required to
possess knowledge of Punjab Language.

         18. Debarring for consideration for promotion of a Government employee who refuses to accept
promotion.— In the event of refusal to accept promotion by a member of a Service, he shall be debarred by the
appointing authority from consideration for promotion for all the consecutive chances which may occur in future
within a period of two years from the date of such refusal to accept promotion:

        Provided that in a case where the appointing authority is satisfied that a member of a service has refused
to accept promotion under the circumstances beyond his control, it may exempt such a member for reasons to be
recorded therefore in writing from the operation of this rule.

        19. Power to relax.— Where the Government is of the opinion that it is necessary or expedient so to do,
it may, by order, for reasons to be recorded in writing, relax any of the provisions of these rules with respect to
any class or category of person:

           Provided that the provisions relating to educational qualifications and experience, if any, shall not be
relaxed.

        20. Overriding effect.— The provisions of these rules shall have effect notwithstanding anything to the
contrary contained in any rules for the time being in force ‗for regulating the recruitment and conditions of service
for appointment to public service and posts in connection with the affairs of the State.

         21. Interpretation.— If any question arises as to the interpretation of these rules, the Government shall
decide the same.


                                                               V.N. OJHA,
                                                  Principal. Secretary to Government of
                                     Punjab, Department of Technical Education and Industrial Training


                                                              A.S. CHATHA,
                                                 Chief Secretary to Government of Punjab.
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                                 GOVERNMENT OF PUNJAB
                     DEPARTMENT OF TECHNICAL EDUCATION AND
                                   INDUSTRIAL TRAINING
                           (TECHNICAL EDUCATION BRANCH-II)
                                          Notification
                                     The 29th March, 2001
                                    No. G.S.R. 46/Const./Art. 309/2001.—In exercise of the
powers conferred by proviso to article 309 of the Constitution of India, and all other powers
enabling him in this behalf, the Governor of Punjab is pleased to make the following rules
regulating the recruitment, and the conditions of Service of persons appointed to the Punjab,
Department of Technical Education and Industrial Training (Technical Education Wing) Group-
B Service, namely:-

RULES

1.                                  Short title, commencement and application.--

      (1)    These rules may be called the Punjab, Department of Technical and Industrial
             Training (Technical Education Wing) Group-B Service Rules, 2001.

      (2)    They shall come into force on and with effect from the date of their publication in
             the Official Gazette.

      (3)    They shall apply to the posts specified in Appendix 'A'.

2.                                  Definitions.

      (1) in these rules, unless the context otherwise requires,--

             (a)    "Appendix" means an appendix appended to these rules;

             (b)    "Director" means Director, Technical Education and Industrial Training,
                    Punjab

             (c)    "Government" means the Government in the State of Punjab in the
                    Department of Technical Education and Industrial Training; and

             (d)    "Service" means the Punjab, Department of Technical Education and
                    Industrial Training (Technical Education Wing) Group-B Service.

(2)   The expressions used in these rules, but not defined, shall have the respective
      meanings assigned to these expressions in the Punjab Civil Services (General and
      Common Conditions of Service) Rules, 1994.

3.    Constitution of Service. – On and with effect from the publication of these rules in the
      Official Gazette, there shall be constituted a service known as the Punjab, Department
      of Technical Education and Industrial Training, (Technical Education Wing) Group-B
      Service, which shall consist of:-

      (1)    Persons appointed in the Department of Industries under the provisions of the
             Punjab Industrial Training Service (Class I & II) rules, 19741, who have been
             transferred to the Department of Technical and Industrial Training and the
             persons appointed subsequently in the Department of Technical Education and
             Industrial Training against the posts governed under the provisions of the
             aforesaid rules; and

      (2)    Persons appointed in the Department of Technical Education and Industrial
             Training as per the policy approved by the Government from time to time:

                                 Provided that notwithstanding anything contained in these
rules, the persons appointed under the provisions of the Punjab Industrial Training Service
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(Class I and II) Rules, 1974 who have become members of the Service shall continue to hold
the respective posts in their cadre and shall be eligible for consideration for promotion in their
own respective cadre in accordance with the provisions of these rules.

4.     Number and character of post. – The Service shall consist of such number of cadres
       and each cadre shall comprise such number of posts as shown in Appendix 'A':

       Provided that nothing in these rules shall effect the inherent right of the Government to
       add to or reduce the number of such posts or to create new posts with different
       designations and scales of pay, whether permanently or temporarily.

5.     Appointing Authority.—All Appointments to the Service shall be made by the
       Government.

6.     Pay of members of the Service.—The members of the Service shall be entitled to such
       scales of pay, as may be authorised by the Punjab Government from time to time. The
       scales of pay, at present, in force in respect of the members of the Service are given in
       Appendix 'A'.

7.     Method of appointment and qualifications.—

       (1)   Appointment to a post in the Service shall be made in the manner indicated
             against that post in Appendix 'B'

       (2)   No person shall be recruited to a post in the Service by promotion or by direct
             appointment as the case may be, unless he possesses the educational
             qualifications and experience shown against that post in Appendix 'B'.

       (3)   All the posts except at Serial No. 1 and 2 of Directorate Cadre and Serial No. 1 of
             Institution Cadre as contained in Appendix 'A' in the Service shall be deemed to
             be the Scheduled Posts within the meaning of the Punjab Services (Appointment
             by Promotion) Rules, 1962 and all appointments to a post in the Service by
             promotion shall be regulated as per provisions contained in the aforesaid rules:

                                     Provided that if no suitable person is available for
recruitment against any post by direct appointment or by promotion, as the case may be, then
that post may be filled in by transfer of a person holding identical or similar posts in
Government of Punjab, other States Governments or Government of India and the Vacancy so
filled shall be counted towards the quota to which it belongs.

8.                                  Discipline, punishment and Appeals.--

       (1)   In respect of the matters of discipline, punishment and appeals, the members of
             the Service shall be governed by the Punjab Civil Services (Punishment and
             Appeal) Rules, 1970, as amended from time to time.

       (2)   The authority empowered to impose penalties as specified in rule 5 of the Punjab
             Civil Services (Punishment and Appeal) Rules, 1970 in respect of the members
             of the Service shall be the Government.

9.                              Application of the Punjab Civil Services (General and
Common Conditions of Service) Rules, 1994. –

       (1)   In respect of the matters, which are not specifically provided in these rules, the
             members of the Service shall be governed by the provisions of the Punjab Civil
             Service (General and Common Conditions of Service) Rules, 1994, as amended
             from time to time.

       (2)   The Punjab Civil Services (General and Common Conditions of Service) Rules,
             1994, at present, In force are contained In Appendix 'C'.

10.    Interpretation.—If any question arises as to the interpretation of these rules, the
       Government shall decide the same.
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                                             APPENDIX 'A'
                                         [See rules 1(3), 4 and 6]

Sr.   Designation of the Post           Number of Posts                      Scale of Pay (in rupees)
No.
                                            Permanent Temporary      Total
Directorate Cadre:
1.      Superintendent Grade-II             1          -             1       6400-10640
2.      Personal Assistant                  -          1             1       6400-10640
3.      Assistant Programmer                -          1             1       6400-10640
Institution Cadre (Polytechnic and Special Trade Institution
1.      Superintendent Grade-II             12         6             18      6400-10640
2.      Senior       Lecturer      Dyestuff -          1             1       7000-10980
        Chemistry
3.      Senior Lecturer Knitting            1          -             1       7000-10980
4.      Lecturer in Textile Technology 2               2             4       7000-10980
        (Weaving/Spinning)
5.      Lecturer Textile Chemistry          1          -             1       7000-10980
6.      Lecturer Dyeing and Printing        1          -             1       7000-10980
7.      Lecturer in Knitting Technology 2              -             2       7000-10980
        (Underwear/Outerwear)
8.      Lecturer in Practical Tanning       1          -             1       6400-10640
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                                                   APPENDIX 'B'
                                                                                                              [See Rule 7]
Sr.   Designation of Post        Appointment by                       Qualification and experience for appointment by
No.
                                 Direct        Promotion   Transfer   Direct Appointment                                                        Promotion                                            Remarks
1    2                           3             4           5          6                                                                         7                                                    8
DIRECTORATE CADRE
1.   Superintendent Grade-       -             100%        -          -                                                                         From amongst Senior Assistants, Auditors and         For determining inter se seniority of
     II                                                                                                                                         Senior Scale Stenographers working under the         the incumbents, the length of
                                                                                                                                                control of Director, who have an experience of       service    from     the    date    of
                                                                                                                                                working as such for a minimum period of eight        appointment as Senior Assistant,
                                                                                                                                                years.                                               Auditor     and      Senior    Scale
                                                                                                                                                Provided that in case of Senior Scale                Stenographer, as the case may be,
                                                                                                                                                Stenographer, the provision of the Punjab Civil      shall be taken into consideration.
                                                                                                                                                Services (Promotion of Stenographer and Steno
                                                                                                                                                typist) Rules, 1961 shall be applicable.
2.    Personal Assistant         -             100%        -          -                                                                         From amongst the Senior Scale Stenographers
                                                                                                                                                who have an experience of working as such for a
                                                                                                                                                minimum period of five years.
3.    Assistant Programmer       100%          -           -          Should possess qualification of Post Diploma in Computer
                                                                      Application of one and half year duration after diploma Course
                                                                      OR
                                                                      Should possess qualification of Post Graduate course in Information
                                                                      Technology from T.T.T.I. Chandigarh of one year duration after
                                                                      diploma course.
POLYTECHNICS/SPECIAL TRADES INSTITUTION CADRE
1.  Superintendent Grade- -       100%      -                         -                                                                         From amongst the Senior Assistants and Senior        For determining inter se seniority of
    II                                                                                                                                          Scale Stenographers working under the control of     the incumbents, the length of
                                                                                                                                                the Director, who have an experience of working as   service    from    the    date     of
                                                                                                                                                such for a minimum period of eight years. Provided   appointment as Senior Assistant
                                                                                                                                                that in the case Senior Scale Stenographer, the      and Senior Scale Stenographer, as
                                                                                                                                                provisions of the Punjab Civil Services (Promotion   the case may be shall be taken into
                                                                                                                                                of Stenographer and Steno typist) Rules, 1961        consideration.
                                                                                                                                                shall be applicable.
2.    Senior Lecturer            If Suitable   100%        -          i) Should Possess First Class Bachelor's Degree in the Dyestuff           From amongst the Lecturer who have an
      Dyestuff Chemistry         person is                                Chemistry of a recognised University or Institution.                  experience of working as such for a minimum
                                 not                                  ii) Should have at least Five years experience in teaching at the level   period of five years.
                                 available                                of Lecturer or equivalent in any Government or Private Institution.
                                 by
                                 promotion
3.    Senior Lecturer Knitting   If Suitable   100%        -          i) Should possess First Class Bachelor's Degree in the Textile            From amongst the Lectures who have an
                                 person is                                Technology of a recognised University or Institution                  experience of working as such for a minimum
                                 not                                  ii) Should have Five years experience in teaching at the level of         period of five years.
                                 available                                Lecturer or equivalent in Government or Private Institution
                                 by
                                 promotion
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Sr.   Designation of Post         Appointment by                     Qualification and experience for appointment by
No.
                                  Direct      Promotion   Transfer   Direct Appointment                                                        Promotion   Remarks
1     2                           3           4           5          6                                                                         7           8


4.    Lecturer        Textile     100%        -           -          Should Possess First Class Bachelor Degree in Textile                     -
      Technology     Weaving                                         Technology/Textile Engineering of a recognised University or
      /Spinning                                                      Institution. OR
                                                                     Should Possess Second Class B. Tech. In Textile Technology /
                                                                     Textile Engineering of recognised University / Institution with two
                                                                     Years teaching experience of Government of Private Institution
                                                                     Should Possess with project work in Degree of Recognised
                                                                     University/Institution of Recognised University /Institution in
                                                                     appropriate branch Spinning./ Weaving
                                                                                  OR
                                                                     Should Possess B.A./B. Sc. with First Class Degree of recognised
                                                                     University/ Institution of a recognised University /Institution in
                                                                     appropriate branch with five years teaching experience of a
                                                                     Government/Private Institution.
5.    Lecturer         Textile    100%        -           -          Should Possess First Class B. Tech. in Textile Chemistry from a           -
      Chemistry                                                      recognised University or Institution.
                                                                              OR
                                                                      Should Possess Second Class B. Tech. Textile Chemistry of a
                                                                     recognised University or Institution with two years teaching/industrial
                                                                     experience in a Government or private Institution.
                                                                              OR
                                                                     Should Possess B.A./B. Sc. with First Class Diploma in Textile
                                                                     Chemistry from a recognised University or Institution with five years
                                                                     teaching or professional expe4rience in a Government of Private
                                                                     Institution.
6.    Lecturer    Dyeing    and   100%        -           -          Should Possess First Class B. Tech. In Textile Chemistry from a           -
      Printing                                                       recognised University or institution.       OR
                                                                      Should Possess Second class B. Tech. Textile Chemistry of a
                                                                     recognised University or Institution with two years Teaching
                                                                     /industrial experience in a Government or private Institution.
                                                                     Should Possess B.A./B. Sc. with first Class Diploma in Textile
                                                                     Chemistry from a recognised University or Institution with five years
                                                                     teaching or professional experience in a government or private
                                                                     institution .
7.    Lecturer      Knitting      100%        -           -          Should Possess First Class B. Tech. (Textile Technology ) with
      Technology                                                     specialization in knitting from a recognised University or institution
      (Underwear/Outerwear)                                                    OR
                                                                      Should Possess B.A./B. Sc. with First Class Diploma in Knitting
                                                                     Technology of a recognised University or Institution with five Years
                                                                     teaching/professional experience in a Government or Private
                                                                     Institution.
8.    Lecturer       Practical    100%        -           -          Should Possess First Class Bachelor's Degree of recognised
      Tanning                                                        University/Institution in Leather Technology. OR
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Sr.   Designation of Post   Appointment by                     Qualification and experience for appointment by
No.
                            Direct      Promotion   Transfer   Direct Appointment                                                       Promotion   Remarks
1     2                     3           4           5          6                                                                        7           8
                                                               Should possess Second Class Bachelor's Degree of recognised
                                                               University/Institution of recognised University/Institution in Leather
                                                               Technology with two years teaching experience in a Government or
                                                               Private Institution. OR
                                                               Should Possess B.Sc. with First Class Diploma in Leather
                                                               Technology from recognised University or Institution with five years
                                                               teaching/professional experience in a Government or private
                                                               Institution.
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                                            GOVERNMENT OF PUNJAB

                            DEPARTMENT OF PERSONNEL AND ADMINISTRATIVE
                                                      REFORMS
                                       (PERSONNEL POLICIES-I BRANCH)
                                                     Notification
                                                 The 4th May, 1994


      No. G.S.R.33/Const./Art. 309/94. -In exercise of the powers conferred by the proviso to article 309 of
the Constitution of India, and all other powers enabling in this behalf, the Governor of Punjab is pleased to
make the following rules regulating the recruitment and general and common conditions of service of
persons appointed to Class I, Class II and Class III services in connection with the affairs of the State of
Punjab, namely :‘–


       1. Short Title. Commencement and. application -. (1) These rules may be called the Punjab Civil
Services (General and Common Conditions of Service) Rules, 1994.
        (2) They shall come into force at once.
         (3) They shall apply to all the posts in Class I, Class II and Class III services in connection with the
affairs of the State of Punjab.
        2.   Definition.—In these rules, unless the context otherwise requires,--
             (a) ―appointing ‗authority‖ means an appointing a.1.;1thority specified as such in the Service
                 Rules made under articles .j09 of the Constitution of India in respect of any service of post in
                 connection with the affairs of the State of‘ Punjab;
             (b) ―Board‖means the       Subordinate Services Selection Board Punjab or any other authority
                  constituted to perform its functions;
             (c) ―Commission‖ means the Punjab Public Service Commission;
             (d) ―direct appointment‖ means an appointment made otherwise than by promotion or by
                   transfer of a person already in the service of Government of India or of a State
                   Government. .
             (e) ―Government‖ means the Government of State of Punjab in the Department of Personnel and
                   Administrative Reforms;
             (f)    ―recognised university or institution‖ means. -
                   (i)    any university or institution incor-porated by law in any of the State of India; or
                   (ii)   any other university or institution which is declared by the Government to be a
                          recognised university or institution for the purposes of these rules;
                   (g) ―Service‖ means any Class I service, Class II service or Class III service constituted in
                         connection with the affairs of the State of Punjab;
                   (h)    ―Service Rules‖ means the service rules made under article 309 of the Constitution of
                          India regulating the recruitment and conditions of Service other than the general and
                          common conditions of service of persons appointed to any service or post in
                          connection with the affairs of the State of Punjab.
                   (i)    ―War hero‖ means a defence services personnel, or a paramilitary forces personnel,
                          who is a bona fide resident of Punjab State and is killed, or discharged from the above
                          service on account of disability suffered by him while fighting for defending the border
                          of the country in Kargil sector of the State of Jammu and Kashmir or fighting for the
                          country in any other sector, or similar operation on or after the first day of January,
                          1999 which may be notified by the State Government: as undertaken for preserving
                          the unity and integrity of the motherland. However, In exceptional cases the cases of
                          those war heroes can also be covered under this definition who, though, not bona fide
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                       residents of Punjab State, but are yet closely connected to the State of Punjab, in such
                       exceptional cases, the express approval of the Department of Personnel will be
                       mandatory.
        3. Nationality, domicile and character of persons appointed to the Service.—(1) No person shall be
appointed to the Service unless he is,--
        (a)     a Citizen of India; or
        (b)     a Citizen of Nepal; or
        (c)     a Subject of Bhutan; or

        (d)     a Tibetan‘ refugee who came over to India before the 1st day of, January, 1962 with the
                intention of‘ - permanently settling in India; or
        (e)     a person of India origin who has migrated from Pakistan, Burma, Sri Lanka and East African‘
                Countries of Kenya, Uganda and United Republic of Tanzania (formerly Tanganyika and
                Zambia, Malawi, Zaire, Ethiopia and Vietnam~ with the intention of permanently settling in
                India:
Provided that a person belonging to any of the categories (b), (c), (d) and (e) shall be person in whose favour
      a certificate of eligibility has been given by the Government of Punjab‘ in the Department of Home
      Affairs and Justice.
         (2) A person in whose case a certificate of eligibility is necessary may be admitted to an
examination or interview conducted by the Commission of the Board, as the case may be, on his
furnishing proof that he has applied for the certificate but he shall not be appointed to the Service unless
the necessary certificate is given to him by the Government of Punjab in the Department of Home Affairs
and Justice.
        (3) No person shall be recruited to the Service by direct appointment, unless he produces,--
        (a) a certificate of character from the principle academic officer of the university, college, school or
            institution last attended, if any, and similar certificates from two responsible persons not -being
            his relatives, who are well acquainted with him in his private life and are unconnected with his
            university, college, school or institution; and
        (b) An affidavit to‘ the effect that he was never convicted for any criminal offence involving moral
            turpitude and that he was never dismissed or removed from service of any State Government or
            of Government of India or of any Public Sector Undertaking.


        4. Disqualifications. -No person;—(a) who has entered into or contracted a marriage with a person
having a spouse living; or

          (b) who, having a spouse living, has entered into or contracted a marriage with any person, shall be
eligible for appointment to the Service:

        Provided that the Government, if satisfied that such marriage is permissible under the personnal law
applicable to such person and the other party to the marriage and that there are other grounds for so doing,
exempt any person from the operation of this rule.

         5. Age.—(1) No person shall be recruited to the Service by direct appointment if he is less than
eighteen years or is more than thirty five years of age in the case of non-technical posts and thirty five years
in the case of technical posts on the 1st day of January of the year immediately preceding the last date fixed
for submission of applications by the Commission or the Board, as the case may be, unless he is within such
range of minimum and maximum age limits as may be specifically fixed by the Government from time to time:

        Provided that where different lower and upper age limits have been specifically prescribed for posts
in the Service Rules, these limits shall be made applicable‘ for appointment to such posts:

        Provided further that the upper age limit may be relaxed upto forty five years. in the case of persons
already in the employment of the Punjab ‗Government, other State Government, or the Government of India:
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       Provided further that in the case of candidates belonging to Scheduled Castes and other backward
Classes, the upper age limit shall be such, as may be fixed by the Government from time to time.

         (2) In the case of ex-servicemen, the upper age limit shall be such as. has been prescribed in the
 Punjab Recruitment of Ex-servicemen Rules, 1982, as amended from time to time.         .

       (3) In the case of appointment on compassionate grounds on priority basis, the upper age limit shall
be such as may be specifically fixed by, the Government from time to time.

        (4) In the case of appointment of a War-hero, who has been discharged from defence services or
para-military forces on account of disability suffered by him or his widow or dependant member of his family,
the upper age limit shall be such as may be specifically fixed by the Government from time to time‖ .
        6. Qualifications etc.-Subject to the provisions of these rules, the number and character of posts,
methods of recruitment and educational qualifications and experience for appointment to a post or posts in a
Service and the departmental examination if any, shall be such as may be specified in the Service Rules
made for that Service:
        Provided that where appointment of Class-I or Glass-II non-technical post is offered to a war-hero,
        who has been discharged from defence services or para-military forces on account of disability
        suffered by him or his widow or dependant member of his family, under the instructions issued in
        .this behalf by the Government, the educational qualification to be possessed by such person shall
        be graduation from a recognised university. Such person who is offered Class-I or Class-II or
                Class-III non-technical post, shall not, however, be required to possess experience of
        technical or non-technical -post at the time of his initial appointment.


        7. Probation. – (1) A person appointed to any post in the Service shall remain on probation for a
period of two years, if recruited by direct appointment and one year if appointed otherwise:


        Provided that:-
        (a)   any period, after such appointment, spent on deputation on a corresponding or a higher post
              shall count towards the period of probation;
        (b)   in the case of an appointment by transfer, any period of work on an equivalent or higher rank,
              prior to appointment to the Service, may in the .discretion of the appointing authority, be
              allowed to count towards the period of probation;

        (c)   any period of officiating appointment to the Service shall be reckoned as period spent on
              probation; and

        (d)   any kind of leave not exceeding six months during or at the end of period of probation, shall be
              counted towards the period of probation.

         (2)    If, in the opinion of the appointing authority, the work or conduct of a person during the
period of probation is not satisfactory or if he has failed to pass the departmental examination, if any
prescribed in Service Rules within a period not exceeding two and a half years from the date of appointment
it may,--

        (a)   if such person is recruited by direct appointment, dispense with his services or revert him
              to a post on which he held lien prior to his appointment to the Service by direct
              appointment, and

        (b)   if such person is appointed otherwise--

              (i) revert him to his former post; or

              (ii)deal with him in such other manner as the terms and conditions of the previous
                   appointment permit.
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(3)      On the completion of the period of probation of a person, the appointing authority may--

         (a)     if his work and conduct has, in its opinion been satisfactory--

                 (i)    confirm such person, from the date of his appointment or from the date he completes
                        his period of probation satisfactorily, if he is not already confirmed, or

                 (ii)   declare that he has completed his probation satisfactorily, if he is already confirmed, or

         (b)     if his work or conduct has not been, in its opinion, satisfactory or if he has failed to pass the
                 Departmental examination, if any, specified in the Service Rules:--

                 (i)    dispense with his services, if appointed by direct appointment or if appointed otherwise
                        revert him to his former post or deal with him in such other manner as the terms and
                        conditions of his previous appointment may permit :
                          or

                 (ii)   extend his period of probation and thereafter pass such order as it could have
                        passed on the expiry of the period of probation as specified in sub-rule (1):
         Provided that including extension, years the total period of probation‘ if any, shall not exceed three
years.
        8. Seniority.—The seniority inter se of persons appointed to posts in each cadre of a Service shall
be determined by the length of continuous service on such post in that cadre of the Service:
        Provided that. in case of persons recruited by direct appointment who join within the period specified
in the order of appointment or within such period as may be extended from time to time by the appointing
authority subject to a maximum of four months from the date of order of appointment the order of merit
determined by the Commission or the Board, as the case may be, shall not be disturbed:
        Provided further ‗that in case a person is permitted to join the post after the expiry of the said period
of four month in consultation with the commission or the Board, as the case may be? his seniority shall be
determined from the date he joins the post:
        Provided further that in case any person of the next selection has joined a post in the cadre of the
concerned service before the person referred to in the preceding proviso joins the person so referred shall be
placed below all the persons of the next selection, who join within the time specified in the first proviso:
         Provided further that in the case of two or more persons appointed on the; same date, their seniority
shall be determined as follows:-
         (a)   a person appointed by direct appointment shall be senior to a.. person appointed otherwise; .

         (b)   a person appointed by promotion shall be senior to a person appointed by transfer;

         (c)   in the case of person of appointed by promotion or transfer, the seniority shall be determined
               according to the seniority of such persons in the appointments from which they were promoted
               or transferred; and .
         (d)   in the case of persons appointed by transfer from different cadres, their seniority shall be
               determined according to pay, preference Being given to a person who was drawing a higher
               rate of pay in his previous appointment; and if the rates of pay drawn are also the same, then
               by their length of service in these appointments and if the length of service is also the same,
               as older person shall be senior to a younger person.

Note.- Seniority of persons appointed on purely provisional basis or on ad hoc basis shall be determined as
       and when they are regularly appointed, keeping in view the dates of such regular appointment.


         9. Liability of members of Service to transfer. —A member of a service may be transferred to any
post whether included in any other service or not, on the same terms and conditions as are specified in rule
3.17 of the Punjab Civil Service Rules, Volume I, Part-I.
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         10. Liability to serve. —A member of a Service shall be liable to serve at any place, whether within.
or out of the State of Punjab, on being ordered so to do by the appointing authority.
        11. Leave, pension and other matters.—In respect of pay, leave, pension and all other matters not
expressly provided for in these rules, a member of a Service shall be governed by such rules and regulations
as may have been or may hereafter be adopted or made by the competent authority.
       12. Discipline, penalties and appeals. — (1) In the matter of discipline, punishment and appeals, a
member of a Service shall be governed by the Punjab Civil Services {Punishment and Appeal) Rules, 1970
as amended from time to time.
        (2) The authority empowered to impose penalties specified in rule 5 of the Punjab Civil Services
(Punishment and Appeal) Rules, 1970 and the appellate authority thereunder in respect of the Government
employee shall be such as may be specified in the Service Rules.
        13. Liability for vaccination and re-vaccina-tion. —Every member of a Service shall get himself
vaccinated or re-vaccinated when. Punjab Government so directs by a special or general order.
        14. Oath of allegiance.—Every member of a Service unless he has already done so, shall be
required to take oath of allegiance to India and to the Constitution of India as by law established.
       15. Minimum educational and other Qualifications.—(I) No person shall be appointed by direct
appointment to the post of Clerk under the Punjab Government unless he is Matriculate in Second Division
or has passed Senior Secondary Part-II examination from a recognised university or institution.
         (2) The person so appointed as Clerk in terms of sub-rule (1) shall have to qualify a test In
Punjabi typewriting to be conducted by the Board or by the appointing authority at the speed of thirty words
per minute within a period of one year from the date of his appointment.
         (3) In case the person fails to qualify the said test within the period specified in sub-rule (2) he shall
be allowed annual increment only with effect from the date he qualifies such test, but he shall not be paid any
arrears for the period, for which he could riot qualify the said test:
     Provided that where appointment ofc1ass-III non-technical post is offered to a War Hero, who has been
            discharged from defence services or para-military forces on account of disability suffered by him
            or his widow or dependant member of his family, under the instructions issued in this behalf by
            the Government, the educational qualifications to be possessed by such person shall be
            matriculated from a recognised university or institution. Such person will, however, be not
            required to qualify the test in Punjabi typewriting as specified in sub-rule (2).
        16.     Minimum educational and other qualifications for appointment to the post of Steno-typist
Grade-II or Junior Scale Stenographer Grade-II.—No person shall be appointed by direct appointment to a
post of a Steno-typist Grade-II, or a Junior Scale Stenographer Grade-II, under the Punjab Government
unless he,--
        (a)      is Matriculate in Second Division or has passed Senior Secondary Part—II examination from
                 a recognised university or institution; and

        (b)      qualifies a test in Punjabi Stenography to be held by the Board or by the appointing authority
                 at a speed to be specified by the Government from time to time.


        17.      Knowledge of Punjabi Language.– No person shall be appointed, to any post in any Service
by direct appointment unless he has passed Matriculation examination with Punjabi as one of the
compulsory of elective subject or any other equivalent examination in Punjabi Language, which may be
specified by the Government from time to time:
         Provided that where a person is appointed on compassionate grounds on priority basis under the
instructions issued in this behalf by the Government from time to time, the person so appointed shall have to
pass an examination of Punjabi Language equivalent to Matriculation standard or he shall have to qualify a
test conducted by the Language Wing of Department of Education of Punjab Government within a period of
six months from the date of his appointment:
        Provided further that where educational qualifications for a post in any service are lower then the
Matriculation standard, then the person, so appointed shall have to pass an examination of Punjabi
Language equivalent to Middle standard:
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        Provided further that where a war-hero, who has been discharged from defence services of
para-military forces on account of, disability suffered by him or his widow or dependant member of his family,
is appointed under the instructions issued in this behalf by the Government, the person so appointed will not
be required to possess knowledge of Punjabi Language:
        18. Debarring for consideration for promotion of a Government employee who refuses to accept
promotion.—In the event of refusal to accept promotion by a member of a Service, he shall be debarred by
the appointing authority from consideration for promotion for all the consecutive chances which may occur in,
future within a period of two years from the date of such refusal to accept promotion:
        Provided that in a case where the appointing‘ authority is satisfied that a member of a service has
refused to accept promotion under the circumstances beyond his control, it may exempt such a member for
reasons to be recorded therefore in. writing from the operation of this rule.
        19. Power to relax.—Where the Government is of the opinion that it is necessary or expedient so to
do, it may, by order, for reasons to be recorded. In writing, relax any of the provisions of these rules with
respect to any class or category, of person:


           Provided that the provisions relating to educational qualifications and experience, if any, shall not be
relaxed.
         20. Over riding effect.—The provisions of these rules shall have effect notwithstanding anything to
the contrary contained in any rules for the time being in force for regulating the recruitment and conditions of
service for appointment to public service and posts in connection with the affairs of the state.
        21. Interpretation. —If any question arises as to the interpretation of these rules, the Government
shall decide the same.




                                                              A.S. CHATHA,
                                            Chief Secretary to Government of Punjab.



                                                              V. N. OJHA,

                                            Principal Secretary to Government of Punjab,
                             Department of Technical Education and Industrial Training.
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APPROVAL PROCESS FOR ESTABLISHMENT OF
NEW DIPLOMA LEVEL INSTITUTIONS OFFERING
TECHNICAL PROGRAMMES IN PUNJAB FOR THE
            ACADAMIC YEAR
              (2010-2011)
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APPROVAL PROCESS FOR ESTABLISHMENT OF NEW DIPLOMA LEVEL
INSTITUTIONS OFFERING TECHNICAL PROGRAMMES IN PUNJAB AS PER
CALENDER FOR THE ACADAMIC YEAR
(2010-2011)

  (Diploma level courses in Engineering & Technology/Pharmacy/Hotel Management &
                      Catering Technology/Applied Arts & Crafts)

1.1           Requirement of Grant of Approval

              No new technical institution of Government, Government Aided or Private (self financing)
              institution shall be started and no new courses or programs in Technical Education shall be
              introduced and no increase/variation of intake shall be effected without obtaining prior
              approval of the Council.

1.2           The Application Form can be submitted by

             Registered Societies and Trusts/ Self financing Private Institution.

             Central/State Government Institutions/ Govt. Aided Institutions.
              Application/Proposal should be submitted by:

              1.2.1 The Chairman or Secretary of Society/Trust

              1.2.2 The Director of Technical Education/other Officer designated
                       by the Government in case of Government/Government
                       Aided institution
              1.2.3 The Registrar in case of University/Deemed University



1.3   SUBMISSION OF APPLICATION

      Applications duly filled in along with requisite processing Fee may be submitted any time of the year to
      the Director Technical Education of the concerned State Govt./UT in original and a copy sent to the
      Concerned Regional Office of AICTE
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     CHECK LIST TO BE FOLLOWED AT THE TIME OF SUBMISSION OF
     APPLICATION

            Copy of Registration of Society/Trust along with details of constitution, memorandum of
             association of the Society/Trust.


            Copy of letter from Competent Authority as designated by the concerned State Government for
             classification of land, with respect to its location i.e. Metropolitan City/State Capital /Others.


            Copy of registered land documents in the name of applicant Trust/ Society.


            Copy of building plan prepared by an Architect and approved by the Competent Authority as designated
             by concerned State Govt./UT.


            Copy of resolution of the Society/Trust /Applicant earmarking land for the proposed institution(s)


            Copy of land use certificate from Competent Authority as designated by concerned State Govt./UT


            Details of latest fund position along with photocopy of FDR's, SB A/c, Current A/c etc. available with
             the applicant for this proposal


            Detailed Project Report (DPR).

             The applicants fulfilling the following conditions are eligible to apply:

            If the applicant is a Society/Trust, it should have been registered under the Societies
             Registration Act, The Trusts Act or any similar Act.

            The application shall be considered only within the overall ceiling fixed by the Council
             subject to compliance of all the requirements as per Norms of AICTE.

            The land should have been registered in the name of the applicant society/trust on or before
             the date of submission as per the requirements (given below) and free from any
             encumbrances. The proposed institution shall only operate from this registered land.




Class of New Institutions
                                                                            Requirement of land (in acres)
                                                                            Metro / State Capital                 Others
Engineering & Technology (Diploma)                                          2.5                                   5.0
Pharmacy (Diploma)                                                          1.25                                  2.0
Hotel Management & Catering Technology (Diploma)                            1.5                                   2.5
Applied Arts & Crafts (Diploma)                                             1.0                                   2.0
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                The Application Form can be downloaded from the DTE website: www.dtepunjab.gov.in.
However, a DD for Rs. 5000/- drawn on a nationalized bank in favour of ‗The Director, Technical
Education and Industrial Training, Punjab, Plot No.-1, Sector 36-A' payable at Chandigarh, must be
enclosed with the application form failing which the application shall not be considered.

1.3             The stages involved in the processing of applications are described below:

1.3.1           Submission of application

                The approval process for establishment of new institutions shall be open ended, allowing
                any eligible applicant to submit proposals in original and its soft copy in M.S Word in a C.D
                to the Directorate of Technical Education & Industrial Training (T.E. Wing), Punjab, Plot No.-
                1, Sector 36-A, Chandigarh with a copy to the Regional Office, AICTE, NWRC, Sector 42-B,
                Chandigarh any time round the year. Such proposals for the establishment of a new
                institutions received by the DTE shall remain valid for three years. Submission of copy of
                application to the Regional Office, AICTE, NWRC, 1310, Sector 42-B, Chandigarh is
                mandatory, falling which the application is liable to be rejected.


                The application can be submitted any time round the year. However the applications
                complete in all respects received upto 31th December, 2009 shall be considered for the
                academic year 2010-11. Application received after 31th December, 2009 shall be considered
                for the next academic year (i.e 2011-2012). Application received shall be remain valid for 3
                years from the date of submission.
Note:           The proposal together with its attachments must be bound and numbered. It must have a
                content page with reference to each section of the proposal.
                An applicant for new institution shall be required to submit a Detailed Project Report (DPR)
as per the prescribed format along with application. The DPR should spell out, among other things, the
following:

        -       Background of Trust/Society with reference to its experience in promoting, managing and
                operating educational institutions; its legal standing with respect to its registration; details of
                its promoters including their background; its activities in the social, charitable and
                educational spheres since its inception; its mission and vision.

        -       Vision regarding the proposed institution with a time perspective of the first 10 years of its
                operation.

        -       Development plan for the proposed institution spelling out its growth plan over the first 10-
                year period after its establishment in terms of the phasing of academic programmes,
                increase in student intake and the time schedule for the stage-wise development of the
                academic infrastructure and other support facilities, including student amenities, such as
                hostel for students, sports and recreational facilities, and recruitment of faculty.

        -       Resource projections and its utilization schedule.

        -       Sources of financing of capital and operating expenditure, besides funds generated through
                student fees.
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        -       Policy with regards to faculty recruitment, retention and development.

        -       Structure of academic and administrative governance.

        -       Architectural master plan indicating the land use pattern for the proposed institution.

                The DPR shall form the basis for evaluation of the proposal and shall serve as the blue print
for proper development of the proposed institution.




1.3.2           Verification of Documents
                The proposals complete in all respects shall be posted in DTE website to acknowledge the
                receipt and shall be evaluated at DTE.
                The proposals received shall be scrutinized by Scrutiny Committee comprising experts,
                including R.O of AICTE as members and Director, Technical Education or his nominee as
                convenor constituted by the Principal Secretary, Technical Education.
                The applicant are required to present all the original documents mentioned below along with
                photocopies in one lot for verification to the Director, Technical Education & Industrial
                Training, (T.E. Wing), Punjab, Plot No. 1, Sector 36-A, Chandigarh.
               Registration document of the Trust/Society indicating members of Society/Trust and its
                objective.

               Land document (s) in original showing ownership in the name of Trust/Society in the form of
                Registered Sale Deed/Irrevocable Gift Deed (Registered)/Irrevocable Government Lease
                (for a minimum of 30 years) by the concerned authority of Government. In case, the land
                documents are in vernacular language, Notarized English translation of the document needs
                to be produced.

               Land Use Certificate/Land Conversion Certificate allowing the land to be used for
                educational purpose, from the Competent Authority along with Topo-sketch/Village Map
                indicating land Survey Nos and a copy of City road map showing location of the proposed
                site of the Institution.

               Site Plan, Building Plan in the name of proposed institution prepared by a registered
                Architect and duly approved by the Competent Plan Sanctioning Authority of the State
                administration. Proof of completion of building structure up to lintel level for the required area
                on permanent site as per approved Engineering & Architectural Building Plan in the form of
                Color photographs giving External and Internal views.

               Proof of adequate working capital (Funds), in the form of either Fixed Deposits in the Bank of
                latest Bank Statement of Account maintained by the Society/Trust/Applicant.

               Justification and viability of the project as enunciated in the DPR.

               Khasra plan (master plan) to show that the land is contiguous.

               The deficiencies if any shall be communicated by the Director Technical Education under intimation to
                the Regional Office of the AICTE to the applicant institution within 15 days from the date of receipt of
                the Application.
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1.3.3            Issue of Letter of Intent
                 The recommendations of the Scrutiny Committee will be considered by the
                 State Level Committee whose constitutions is given below:
                   Secretary of Higher Education/Technical Education of Chairman
                   the Concerned State/ UT/ or his nominee not below
                   the level of Professor/ Director/VC of a University.

                   Regional Officer of AICTE/or a AICTE representative Member
                   not below the rank of Deputy Director/ Reader or
                   equivalent.
                   Two (2) Subject Experts to be nominated by the State Members
                   Govt./ UT Administration from the within the State or
                   outside the State/ UT.

                   Director of Technical Education/ State Board of Member Secretary
                   Technical Education of the Concerned State/ UT.

                 Based on the recommendations of the State Level Committee, the Regional Officer of AICTE
                 shall issue a Letter of Intent (LOI) to the applicant Trust/ Society. The Letter of Intent shall be
                 valid for a maximum period of three years during which the institution shall complete all
                 requirements as per the norms and standards and conditions as decided by the council from
                 time to time.
                 In cases where Letter of Intent is denied for non-fulfillment of norms & standards and
                 conditions as may be stipulated by the Council, shall be informed along with grounds of
                 denial. The applicant may submit compliance report alongwith documentary evidence to
                 substantiate the claims to be considered for reconsideration by the State Level Committee.



1.3.3            Issue of Letter of Approval.
                 The applicant Society/Trust to whom a Letter of Intent issued would be required to comply
                 with the following requirements and submit the documents to the DTE office.


                A non-refundable processing fee of Rs. 25,000/- drawn in favour of ―The Director, Technical
                 Education & Industrial Training (T.E.Wing), Punjab, Plot No 1, Sector 36-A, Chandigarh
                 payable at Chandigarh (Government Institutions are exempted from payment of processing
                 fee).


                A joint Fixed Deposit of Rs. 15 lakhs (for self-financing institutions only) on any Nationalised
                 Bank for a period of 8 years created in the joint names of the President/ Chairman of the
                 applicant Society/ Trust and the Director, Technical Education & Industrial Training, Punjab.


        The original Joint Fixed Deposit Receipt shall be kept under the custody of the proposed institution. A
        copy of the Joint Fixed Deposit Receipt shall be submitted to the Director Technical Education of the
        concerned State Govt./UT along with an affidavit on non judicial stamp paper of prescribed value
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        stating that the Joint Fixed Deposit shall not be encashed or modified without prior consent of AICTE
        and DTE. the Director Technical Education of the concerned State Govt./UT shall instruct the
        concerned Bank not to allow any encashment/modification of fixed deposit and grant of loan against
        the FDR without prior consent of AICTE and the Director Technical Education of the concerned State
        Govt./UT. The Applicant Society/Trust/ Institution may be permitted to encash the Joint Fixed Deposit
        on expiry of the term of the Fixed Deposit. However, the term of the fixed deposit could be extended
        for a further period as may be decided on case to case basis and/or forfeited incase of any violation of
        norms, conditions, and requirements and/or non-performance by the institution and/or complaints
        against the institution.


        The processing fee and the Joint FDR amount for Minority institutions may be reduced by 20%.




1.3.4     Expert Committee Visit.
         (a) As and when the applicant is ready for an inspection for verification of its
             preparedness for establishment of the proposed institution, it shall make an
             application indicating compliance of the conditions stipulated at para 1.3.3 above
             for causing an inspection.
         (b) A visit of Expert Committee will be arranged by Director Technical Education of
             the concerned State Govt./UT for verification of the facilities created for
             establishment of the proposed Institution.
         (c) The Expert Visiting Committee shall comprise of the following members:


   •     Three Expert members not below the level of Associate Professor/Reader

   •     Regional Office of the AICTE or a AICTE representative not below the
         rank of Reader or equivalent.
   •     Director Technical Education of the Concerned State Govt./UT or his
         nominee not below the rank of JT/Dy. Director level as Convener.

         (d) The Expert visiting Committee shall examine the preparedness of the institution
             to impart quality education as per the norms & standards and conditions prescribed
             by the Council from time to time.




1.3.5 CONSIDERATION                  AND      ISSUANCE           OF     LETTER         OF     APPROVAL/
REJECTION:
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        1. The Report of the Expert Committee shall be placed before the State Level
            Committee for consideration.

        2. Based on the recommendations of the State level Committee the Regional
            Officer of AICTE shall issue letter of approval.

        3. The Letter of Approval shall be valid for a maximum period of 2 years. It
            shall be the responsibility of the Applicant institutions to obtain necessary
            permission/affiliation for admission of students from the concerned
            Admission Authority/State Govt./UT/Board during the validity of the period
            of approval. Incase the institution fails to start the approved programmes
            during the validity period of approval, the applicant institution make a
            fresh application for consideration of letter of intent.


        In respect of cases, for which approval is denied for non-fulfillment of norms & standards and
        conditions as may be stipulated by the Council, grounds of denial shall be communicated to the
        concerned Applicant/Society/Trust/Institution.


        The applicant is required to make available following documents to the Director, Technical Education
& Industrial Training (T.E. Wing), Punjab, Chandigarh before conduct of Expert Committee visit:

               A copy of the application submitted to DTE

               The Letter of Intent, in original

               A copy of DPR

               Society/Trust Registration documents                 indicating     members       of    the
                Society/Trust and its Objectives.

               Minutes of the Meeting of Society/Trust, pertaining to proposed institution
                and allocation of land/building/funds etc.

               Original Land Documents.

               Village Map/Location Map/Index Map/Topo Graphic Sketch/City Road Map.

               Land Use Certificate/Land Conversion Certificate, allowing the land to be
                used for educational purpose.

               Original approved Building Plan.

               Copy of the syllabus of concerned affiliating Board.
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   Details of built up structure available exclusively for the proposed institute at
    the permanent site.

   Proof of sanction of required electrical load.

   List of equipment required as per syllabus and equipment available.

   Stock Register of Equipment.

   Accession Register for Library Books.

   Copy of Invoice/Cash Memo for equipments and Library Books.

   Cash Book of the Society/Trust.

   Copy of the advertisement for recruitment of faculty

   Composition of Selection Committee

   Minutes of Selection Committee for Faculty.

   Architectural Drawing of building construction duly prepared by an Architect
    and approved by the concerned statutory authority.

   Master Plan of the Campus for the entire land indicating land-use, circulation,
    landscaping, infrastructure etc.

   Floor Plans, Sections and Elevations of all existing Academic building
    including Area detail

   Letter of appointment/offer Letter issued to faculty.

   List of faculty appointed/identified with qualification and experience.

   Joining report/consent of faculty members.

   Detailed Bio-data of Principal/Director.

   Joining report of the Principal/Director.

   Acquaintance Register

   Fund position/Original FDR and Bank Certificate/Statement.

   Phase-wise Plan of construction.

   Cash Flow statement for the next two years for the proposed institution
    showing projected expenses and sources of fund, as indicted in DPR.
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              Audited statement of accounts of the Society/Trust for last three years.

              Photographs (color) of the building attested by the Chairman/Secretary of the
               Society

              Video CD (Compatible with ―Windows Media Player‖) indicating the complete
               physical infrastructure/facilities and highlighting following:

       -       Front side of the entire building.

       -       Back side of the entire building

       -       Internal portion of at least one classroom

       -       Internal portion of computer room along with computers

       -       Internal portion of one laboratory

       -       Internal portion of principal‘s room

       -       Internal portion of library

       -       Internal portion of faculty room.

               The institution shall arrange for Videography of the visit conducted by the
Expert Committee.

               The Expert Committee will verify the availability of infrastructure and other
facilities and submit its report alongwith the relevant documents to DTE. The Expert
Committee while examining the infrastructure/ facilities will verify as to whether the
development is in consonance with the proposal in the DPR. The State Level Committee
will further consider the Expert Committee Report.


1.3.6 APPEAL FOR RECONSIDERATION OF THE PROPOSAL

       In case approval for establishment of new institution is not granted, the applicant can make an appeal with
       documentary evidence to substantiate the claims made and the appeal shall be heard by the
       following Committee:

   •   The Chairman of the AICTE Regional Committee as Chairman
   •   Two members not below the rank of Professor to be nominated by the
       Chairman AICTE ----------------------------------------------members
   •   Director of Technical Education of the State Govt./UT- member
   •   Regional Office of AICTE -------------convener
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Based on the Recommendations of the Appellate Committee Letter of Approval/Rejection shall be issued by
the Regional Officer of AICTE on behalf of the Council.
Incase the proposal is rejected based on the recommendations of the Appellate Committee, the Applicant
Society/Trust shall make a fresh proposal.




                            4. NOMENCLATURE OF COURSES
A       ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY COURSES (NDIP)
1.      Civil Engineering
2.      Electrical Engineering
3.      Mechanical Engineering
4.      Mechanical (RAC)
5.      Production & Industrial Engineering
6.      Electronics and Communication Engineering
7.      Mechanical Engineering (Tool & Die)
8.      Computer Engineering
9.      Commercial Arts
10      Garment Technology
11.     Textile Technology
12.     Electronics and Tele-Communication Engineering
13.     Textile Processing
14.     Knitting Technology
15.     Chemical Engineering
16.      Instrumentation and Control
17.     Electronics (Micro- Processor)
18.     Plastic Technology
19.     Textile Design
20.     Medical Lab. Technology
21.     Leather Technology
22.     Library and Information Science
23.     Garment Manufacturing Technology
24.     Leather Technology (Footwear)
25.     Information Technology
26.     Fashion Design
27.     Modern Office Practice
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28.     Architectural Assistantship
29.     Interior Design and Decoration
30.     Automobile Engineering
31.     Post Diploma Course in Auto-Mobile Engineering
32.     Post Diploma Course in Computer Application
33.     Post Diploma in CAD/CAM.




B.            PHARMACY (NDIPPH)


C.            HOTEL MANAGEMENT AND CATERING TECHNOLOGY (NDIPH)


D.            APPLIED ARTS AND CRAFTS (NDIPC)


              Applied & Fine Arts



     4. (A) DURATION AND ENTRY LEVEL QUALIFICATIONS OF THE PROGRAMMES
                   POLYTECHNIC LEVEL DIPLOMA PROGRAMMES


Sr.      Type of the Programme                    Entry Level           Duration
No.                                                                     (Years-Full Time)
1.       Diploma in Engg. & Tech.                 10+                   3
2.       Diploma in Architectural Assistantship   10+                   3
3.       Post Diploma in Engg. & Tech.            Diploma    in   Engg. 1.5
                                                  Tech.
4.       Advanced Diploma in Engg. & Tech.        Diploma    in   Engg. 2
                                                  Tech.
5.       Diploma in Pharmacy                      10+2 in Science       2

6.       Diploma in Hotel Management & 10+2                             3
         Catering Technology
7.       Diploma in Applied Arts & Crafts 10                            3
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5. POLICY DECISIONS OF THE COUNCIL WITH REGARD TO APPROVAL PROCESS

5.1       Period of Approval

          For new technical institutions, the period of approval should be initially for one year and
          subsequent extension of AICTE approval will not exceed more than 5 years at a time. The
          permanent approval to any technical institution or course/programme in Technical Institution
          my be accorded through the process of Recognition as per provision of Section 10 (u) of the
          Act.


5.2       Institution(s) which started without the Approval of AICTE
          Any Technical Institution, which has already started, and wishes to submit an
          application/proposal, will be considered as new Technical Institution requiring the same
          procedure for submission and processing of application/proposal. If AICTE decides to issue
          Letter of Approval for such institution, after processing the proposal as per laid down
          procedure, its legal date of starting will be from the date of issue of the Letter of Approval and
          the students admitted, if any, before receiving approval from AICTE, will have to be readmitted
          as per laid down procedure for admission from the beginning of first year after AICTE approval.
          Students, who are admitted prior to AICTE approval, will not have any right for re-admission
          and will have to fulfill all the requirements for admission.


5.3       Location of an Institution
          Location/Station of an Institution shall be as per permanent land document submitted along
          with the proposal and the same cannot be changed without prior approval of AICTE.
          Change of location/ Station may be permitted after getting "No Objection Certificate" (NOC) from
          the State Govt. and Affiliating Body, by the Competent Authority in AICTE as per laid down
          procedure subject to the condition that no request/representation/application for change of site will be
          considered after submission of application/proposal for establishment of a new Technical Institution till
          the completion of at least two years after a new institution is started with the approval of AICTE.
5.4       Rationalised Nomenclature of Courses.
          Rationalized nomenclature of courses shall be as decided by the Competent Authority in
          AICTE from time to time based on recommendations of the concerned Board of Studies of
          AICTE.
5.5       Name of Institutions
          The use of word ―Indian‖ and/or ―National‖ and/or ― All India‖ and/or ― All India Council‖
          and/or ―Commission‖ in any part of the name of a Technical Institution and/or any name
          whose abbreviated form leads to ―IIM‖/ ‖IIT‖/‖ IISC‖/‘ HIT‖/‖AICTE‖/‖UGC‖ shall not be
          permitted. Any Institution which is already functioning with the names using the above words
          shall submit its application for approval of revised norms by AICTE, failing which AICTE may
          withdraw its approval.
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       The above restrictions will not be applicable for those institutions which are established with
       the name approved by the Govt. of India.
       Name of the ―Technical Institution‖ for which approval is accorded by AICTE shall not be
       changed without the approval of AICTE. AICTE may permit the change of name as per laid
       down procedure.


5.6    Change of name of Society
       Name of the Society/Trust, Memorandum of Association and rules are not allowed to be
       changed without prior approval of AICTE.


5.7    Institutions Functioning on Temporary Location/Site
       All Technical Institutions which are functioning in temporary location/site will have to either
       shift to its approved permanent site with proper building(s) and other facilities as per
       requirement, or be closed down from the academic year 2010-2011 and the students
       admitted to such institutions may be shifted to other approved Technical Institutions in
       consultation with concerned State Govt./UT Administration and Affiliating Body.


5.8    Creation of Facilities after the Visit of Expert Committee
       Creation of facilities/removal of deficiencies/compliance with conditions/ fulfillment of
       requirement by any Technical Institutions after the date of visit of an Expert Committee
       and/or, after a date specified by AICTE, may be communicated to the DTE office time to
       time.
5.9    Effective Date for approval
       The Act has no provision for retrospective Approval. All approval for establishment of new
       Institutions/introduction of new courses or programmes in Technical Education/variation in
       Intake capacity and Recognition shall be with prospective effect.
5.10   Conduct of Courses other than those approved by AICTE in Technical
       Institution(s)

       AICTE approves the Technical Institutions/Courses on the basis of Norms & Standards
       specified for these courses. Since these Norms & Standards specify the minimum
       requirement for establishment of technical institution to run specified courses, any course
       other than those specifically approved by AICTE cannot be run in the same premises
       sharing the same facilities.


5.11   Compliance Report
       Any compliance report submitted by a Technical Institution indicating creation of
       facilities/removal of deficiencies/conditions/fulfillment of requirement by a specified date may
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                   be verified by AICTE. The manner in which such Compliance reports are submitted and the
                   method of verification shall be decided by the AICTE.


5.12               Status of Courses not mentioned in Approval Letter
                   If any institution submits application to conduct several courses and AICTE decides, after
                   processing the application as per laid down procedure to accord approval for some specified
                   courses (s) with specified intake capacity for each course which is/are less than the number
                   of courses proposed and/or less than the intake proposed for each course, the course and/or
                   the proposed intake for which approval is not accorded, will automatically stand rejected,
                   whether a separate Rejection Letter is issued or not.


5.13               Approval received by an Institution after the last date of              Admission

                   Technical Institution which received ―Letter of Approval‖/‖Letter‖ indicating
                   introduction of Additional Course(s)/‖Letter‖ indicating variation in intake etc.,
                   after the State/National Level Central Counseling for admission is over for
                   the concerned State/Union Territory or State/National Level admission
                   process is completed, such letters will be valid for admission only for the
                   subsequent year.
      Year              Engg. & Tech. Courses

                        Maximum Annual Intake for the Institution Maximum Number of courses
      First Year        300                                       5

(*)                Further increase can be considered after accreditation of the some or all programmes in an
                   institution.
5.14               Excess Admission
                   Excess admission shall not be allowed under any circumstances. In case any excess
                   admission is reported to the Council, appropriate penal action will be initiated against the
                   institution.


5.15               Penalty Clause
                   Those institutes who have not submitted compliance report by 31 December 2010 (for the
                   grant of extension of approval for the academic year 2010-2011) after addressing the duly
                   pointed out deficiencies in their respective institutes shall have to pay a penalty of Rs
                   10,000/- (Rupees ten thousand only) for submitting the compliance report after the indicated
                   cut-off date.
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5.16              Number of Maximum permissible Courses and Annual Intake
                  Number of course (s) and/or variation in annual intake may be considered with maximum
                  limit given below, subject to compliance of all the Norms & Standards of AICTE, by the
                  Applicant:
                   Year                     Engg. & Tech.          Phar.      HMCT Applied Arts& Crafts

                                            Intake Course          Intake     Intake   Intake
                   First year               300    5               60         60       60


5.17              Policy regarding Barrier Free Environment for Physically Disabled Persons
                  In pursuance of the decision taken by the EC in its 46th meeting held on 03/09/2003 the
                  Council vide circular F.No. 38-07/legal/2003 dated 29/09/2003 has issued a policy regarding
                  barrier free environment for physically disabled persons.


5.18              Tax Deduction at Source (TDS) Certificate
                  The Council vide circular F. UG/Regional/2002-03/01 dated 22/10/2003 informed all technical
                  institutions to implement AICTE pay scales to all faculty members. In this regard all technical
                  institutions must forward a copy of TDS certificate in respect of income tax deducted from the
                  salary of faculties to the Council).



6. AICTE NORMS FOR ESTABLISHMENT OF NEW TECHNICAL INSTITUTIONS
      (Diploma level courses in Engineering & Technology/Pharmacy/ Hotel Management & Catering
                                   Technology/Applied Arts & Crafts)

6.1               Intake and Number of Courses.
                  Diploma Level Technical Institution may be started with 5 courses with an intake of 300. The
class size should be 60 in each discipline. Intake could be increased subject to providing additional
infrastructure, faculty and other facilities as per the AICTE norms and accreditation of progrmmes. Maximum
permissible annual intake for the institution and maximum number of courses are as given below, to start
with for the first year:


          Engineering & Technology                 Pharmacy            HMCT            Applied Arts & Crafts
         Intake     Courses                        Intake              Intake          Intake
         300        5                              60                  60              60
                  The size of class shall be 60 for each course.

                 In order to put the available resources to optimum use, diploma level institutions may start
courses in the relevant clusters/ groups such as:
       a.        Mechanical Engineering Group.
       b.        Information Technology and Electronics Communication Engineering Group.
       c.        Electrical Engineering Group.
       d.        Civil Engineering and Architecture Group.
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          e.       Hotel Management, Food Technology and Travel and Tourism Group.
          f.       Applied Arts and Crafts Group.
          g.       Pharmacy, Bio-Medical and Lab Technologies Group.



6.2       Land Requirements for Establishment of New Technical Institutions.
      Table 1: Land Requirements for Establishment of New Technical Institutions, acre#
      Sr. Category                     Mega       Metro cities including Others
      No.                              Cities*    State Capitals
                                           *
      1    Engineering/Technology      1.5        2.5                          5.0

      2        Applied Arts & Crafts         0.70         1.0                           2.0

      3        Pharmacy                      0.75         1.25                          2.0

      4        Hotel Management          & 1.0          1.5                         2.5
               Catering Tech.
               * Mega Cities: Delhi, Kolkatta, Chennai and Mumbai
               # Area inclusive of Hostel facility.
               In hilly areas, including Northeastern states, the land can be at the most in
               three adjacent pieces.

6.3       Built-up Area Requirements

          As per revised norms the instructional area is to be provided @ 5 sq.mt. per student
          irrespective of the location of the institute. In addition to this the circulation area, the
          administrative area or any other area is required to be 4 to 5 sq. mt. therefore, the
          total area required is 10 sq. mt. per student irrespective of the programme/ course
          as per revised norms of AICTE.


6.3.1 Administrative Area

       Table 3: Area of Administrative offices, sq. meter

       Particular                                 Engg.          & Pharmacy/HMCT/          App.
                                                  Tech.            Arts & Crafts
       Principal‘s office                         30               20
       Strong Room                                20               20
       Conference room                            100              25
       Reception Office                           25               25
       Main office                                300              50
       Administrative office                      20               20
       Maintenance & Estate office                40               40
       Total                                      535              200
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6.3.2 Instructional Area

Table 4: Instructional Area Requirements, Sq. m.

                                       Engg.     &   Pharmacy   HMCT    Appl Arts     &
                                       Tech.                            Crafts
Classrooms, No.                        3             1          1       1
Tutorial rooms, No                     2             1          1       1
Drawing Halls, Area, Sq. m.            175           na         na      200*
Computer Centre, area, Sq. m.          150           150        150     150
Library, area, Sq. m.                  400           100        100     100
Workshop         and No.               See Table 5   4          2       2
Labs
                      Area of          ---           75         250     66
                      Each, Sq.m

Area of Each Classroom = 66 Sq. m.; Area of Each Tutorial Room = 36 Sq. m.
na-not applicable, * Studio.



6.3.3 Workshop and Lab Area for Engineering & Technology


  Table 5: Workshop and Lab Area

  SN             Laboratory                                     Carpet Area, Sq. m.

  1.             Physics                                        200

  2.             Chemistry                                      175

  3.             Mechanics and Kinematics                       100

  4.             Materials Testing Strength of Material         200

  5.             *Electrical Science                            200
                 Electronics
                 Elect. Engg.
  6.             WORKSHOP                                       900

                 TOTAL                                          1675

                 * When these streams are operative then applicable
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6.4   Experiments:
      The experimental setups should be arranged as per the requirements of the affiliating Board‘s
      curriculum, and not more than four students to work in an experiment.
6.5   Requirement of Computers/Software

      Table 6: Requirement of Computers/Software

      S     Particulars         Requirements
      N                         All diploma Programmes
      1.    No.           of    Terminal-Student Ratio = 1:4
            Computer
            terminals
      2.    Hardware            P4 or equivalent Processor, or thin clients supported
            specification       by a powerful server
      4.    Relevant            At least two system software packages and four
            Licensed            Application Software Packages
            Software
      5.    Peripherals         Printer: Computer Terminal ratio = 1:10


      -       Library, Administrative Wings and Faculty members should be provided with exclusive
              computing facilities along with LAN and Internet over and above the requirement meant for
              students.
      -       Utilization of Open Source Software should be encouraged.


6.6   Library/Books and Journals

Sr.   Class        of No. of Books No.       of              No. of Furniture      Full      Photocopi
No.   Institutions    for      Tech. Books for               Journ                 Time      er
                      Subjects        Sc.    &               als                   Librar
                                      Humaniti                                     ian
                                      es
                      No. of No. of   (Volumes)                                    (No)      (No)
                      Titles  Volumes
1.    Engg & Tech     150 per 500 per 500                    3 per Sufficient 1              1
                      course course                          course for Books
                                                                    & Seating
                                                                    capacity
                                                                    for 25%
                                                                    of Intake
2.    Pharmacy            100       300        -             3      -do-      1              1

3.    Hotel Mgt. & 50               500        -             3         -do-        1         1
      catering Tech.
4.    Applied Arts & ---            300        -             3         -do-        1         1
      Crafts
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For details consult norms, standards and guidelines of All India Council for Technical Education,
New Delhi and curricula of Punjab State Board of Technical Education.


6.7       FACULTY

S. Class      of Princi                   No. of No. of Sr. No.       of   Total                                  No. of Technical
No Institutions pal                       HOD     Lecturer   Lecturer                                             Supporting Staff
                 Appoin                   Identif Identified Identified  Appointed                                Appointed +
                 ted                      ied                                +                                    Identified
                                                                         Identified
1.    Engg             & 1                1       2          8              12                                    1 Lab Asstt. for
      Tech                                                                                                        each Lab. + 2
                                                                                                                  Maintenance Staff
                                                                                                                  for the Inst.
2.    Pharmacy              1             -            1                   2                         4            1 Lab Asstt. for
                                                                                                                  each Lab. + 1
                                                                                                                  Maintenance Staff
                                                                                                                  for the Inst.
3.    Hotel Mgt. 1                        -            1                   2                         4            -do-
      & catering
      Tech.
4.    Applied Arts 1                      -            1                   2                         4            -do-
      & Crafts

                    Teacher student ratio: Diploma level institutions should be provided faculty in
the teacher student ratio of 1:20. The faculty should                                       be appointed with approved
designations, i.e. Heads of Departments, Senior Lecturers and Lectures. Ratio between
Senior Lecturer and Lecturer should be 1:3.


6.8       Funds

         a)    Rs. 50 Lakhs (excluding land and buildings)
         b)    Joint Fixed Deposit Rs. 15 Lakhs

Note: All other facilities shall be provided as per the requirement of curriculum of the concerned State Board of Technical Education/
           Affiliating Body.


6.9       Other Essential Requirements

Table 9: Essential Requirements

SN Description                       Engineering &                             Pharmacy           HMCT Applied    Arts
                                     Technology                                                        and Crafts
1.     Operational                   15                                        20                 15   10
       funds, Rs Lakhs
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2.     Digital Library       Four Computers with Two Computers with                                Multimedia
                             Multimedia     facilities, facilities, duly networked
                             duly networked
3.     Electrical            25 KVA                     5KVA
       Generator
4.     Student‘s*            100 Sq. m.                       100 Sq. m.
       Canteen
5.     Girls    Common       100 Sq. m.                       100 Sq. m.
       Room
       Boys Common           100 Sq. m.                       100 Sq. m.
       Room*
6.     Scooter Parking       200 Sq. m.          100 Sq. m.
7      Medical Centre        40 Sq. m            40 Sq. m
8      Internet facility     Band with 510 kbps, Band with 510 kbps, 24X7, 15 nodes
       for students and      24X7, 30 nodes
       faculty
9      Communication         Sufficient for 30 students Sufficient for 30 students
       (language) lab

                Apart from the above, following are also essential requirements:

               Barrier-Free Environment as per the PWD Act.
               Safety provisions including fire and other calamities.
               General Insurance to be provided for the assets against fire, burglary and other    calamities.
               Group Insurance to be provided for the employees.
               A Medical Room and Part Time Medical Officer should be made available.


6.10            Desirable Requirements
               Insurance for students



6.11            Course Duration:
                For a three-year diploma-engineering programme, teaching should be divided into six
                semesters, each of 15 working weeks (excluding examinations) with a total duration of 180
                working days.
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MANDATORY DISCLOSURES
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                                MANDATORY DISCLOSURES
1.1 ENGINEERING/TECHNOLOGY/PHARMACY PROGRAMMES
The following information is to be given in the Information Brochure besides being hosted on the Institution's
official Website.
"The information has been provided by the concerned institution and the onus of authenticity lies
with the institution and not on AICTE."
I.           NAME OF THE INSTITUTION
        Address including telephone, Fax, e-mail.
II.          NAME & ADDRESS OF THE DIRECTOR
        Address including telephone, Fax, e-mail.
III.         NAME OF THE AFFILIATING BOARD.
IV.          GOVERNANCE
        Members of the Board and their brief background
        Members of Academic Advisory Body
        Frequency of the Board Meetings and Academic Advisory Body
        Organizational chart and processes
        Nature and Extent of involvement of faculty and students in academic affairs/improvements
        Mechanism/Norms & Procedure for democratic/good Governance
        Student Feedback on Institutional Governance/faculty performance
        Grievance redressal mechanism for faculty, staff and students
V.           PROGRAMMES
        Name of the Programmes approved by the AICTE
        Name of the Programmes accredited by the AICTE
        For each Programme the following details are to be given:
            Name
            Number of seats
            Duration
            Cut off mark/rank for admission during the last three years
            Fee
            Placement Facilities
            Campus placement in last three years with minimum salary, maximum salary and average salary
        Name           and   duration     of    programme(s)       having    affiliation/collaboration   with   Foreign
             Board(s)/Institution(s) and being run in the same Campus along with status of their AICTE approval.
             If there is foreign collaboration, give the following details:
Details of the Foreign Institution/Board:
            Name of the Board /Institution
            Address
            Website
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          Is the Institution/University Accredited in its Home Country
          Ranking of the Institution/ Board in the Home Country




          Whether the diploma offered is equivalent to an Indian Diploma? If yes, the name of the agency
           which has approved equivalence. If no, implications for students in terms of pursuit of higher studies
           in India and abroad and job both within and outside the country.
          Nature of Collaboration
          Conditions of Collaboration
          Complete details of payment a student has to make to get the full benefit of collaboration.
        For each Collaborative/affiliated Programme give the following:
          Programme Focus
          Number of seats
          Admission Procedure
          Fee
          Placement Facility
          Placement Records for last three years with minimum salary, maximum salary and average salary
          Whether the Collaborative Programme is approved by AICTE? If not whether the Domestic/Foreign
           Institution has applied to AICTE for approval as required under notification no. 37-3/Legal/2005
           dated 16th May, 2005
VI.        FACULTY
        Branch wise list faculty members:
          Permanent Faculty
          Visiting Faculty
          Adjunct Faculty
          Guest Faculty
          Permanent Faculty: Student Ratio
          Number of faculty employed and left during the last three years


VII.       PROFILE OF DIRECTOR/PRINCIPAL WITH QUALIFICATIONS, TOTAL EXPERIENCE, AGE AND
DURATION OF EMPLOYMENT AT THE INSTITUTE CONCERNED.
  For each Faculty give a page covering
  1.       Name
                                                                                Photograph
  2.       Date of Birth
  3.       Educational Qualification
  4.       Work Experience
         • Teaching
                                                                                 Signature
         • Research
         • Industry
         • Others
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  5.        Area of Specializations
  6.        Subjects teaching at diploma Level
            Post diploma Level
  7.        Research guidance
            No. of papers published in
            Masters's                          -       National Journals
            Ph.D.                              -       International Journals
                                               -       Conferences
  8.        Projects Carried out
  9.        Patents
  10.       Technology Transfer
  11.       Research Publications
  12.       No. of Books published with details
VIII.       FEE
         Details of fee, as approved by State fee Committee, for the Institution.
         Time schedule for payment of fee for the entire programme.
         No. of Fee waivers granted with amount and name of students.
         Number of scholarship offered by the institute, duration and amount
         Criteria for fee waivers/scholarship.
         Estimated cost of Boarding and Lodging in Hostels.
IX. ADMISSION
         Number of seats sanctioned with the year of approval.
         Number of students admitted under various categories each year in the last three years.
         Number of applications received during last two years for admission under Management Quota and
            number admitted.
X.          ADMISSION PROCEDURE
           Mention the admission test being followed, name and address of the Test Agency and its URL
            (website).
           Number of seats allotted to different Test Qualified candidates separately [JET (State conducted
            test/Board tests)/Association conducted test]
           Calendar for admission against management/vacant seats:
           Last date for request for applications.


           Last date for submission of application.
           Dates for announcing final results.
           Release of admission list (main list and waiting list should be announced on the same day)
           Date for acceptance by the candidate (time given should in no case be less than 15 days)
           Last date for closing of admission.
           Starting of the Academic session.
           The waiting list should be activated only on the expiry of date of main list.
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         The policy of refund of the fee, in case of withdrawal, should be clearly notified.
XI.       CRITERIA AND WEIGHTAGES FOR ADMISSION
   Describe each criteria with its respective weightages i.e. Admission Test, marks in qualifying
        examination etc.
   Mention the minimum level of acceptance, if any.
   Mention the cut-off levels of percentage & percentile scores of the candidates in the admission test for
        the last three years.
   Display marks scored in Test etc. and in aggregate for all candidates who were admitted.
          Item No I - XI must be given in information brochure and must be hosted as fixed content in
          the website of the Institution.
          The Website must be dynamically updated with regard to XII-XV.
XII.      APPLICATION FORM
   Downloadable application form, with online submission possibilities.
XIII.     LIST OF APPLICANTS
   List of candidates whose applications have been received along with percentile/percentage score for
        each of the qualifying examination in separate categories for open seats. List of candidates who have
        applied along with percentage and percentile score for Management quota seats.
XIV.      RESULTS OF ADMISSION UNDER MANAGEMENT SEATS/VACANT SEATS
   Composition of selection team for admission under Management Quota with the brief profiles of
        members (This information be made available in the public domain after the admission process is over)
   Score of the individual candidates admitted arranged in order of merit.
   List of candidates who have been offered admission.
   Waiting list of the candidates in order of merit to be operative from the last date of joining of the first list
        candidates.
   List of the candidates who joined within the date, vacancy position in each category before operation of
        waiting list.
XV.       INFORMATION ON INFRASTRUCTURE AND OTHER RESOURCES AVAILABLE
          LIBRARY:
   Number of Library books/Titles/Journals available (programme-wise)
   List of online National/International Journals subscribed.
   E-Library facilities
          LABORATORY:
          For each Laboratory
   List of Major Equipment/Facilities
   List of Experimental Setup


          COMPUTING FACILITIES:
   Number and Configuration of Systems
   Total number of systems connected by LAN
   Total number of systems connected to WAN
   Internet bandwidth
                                                          88


      Major software packages available
      Special purpose facilities available
           WORKSHOP:
      List of facilities available.
         Games and Sports Facilities
         Extra Curriculum Activities
         Soft Skill Development Facilities
         Number of Classrooms and size of each
         Number of Tutorial rooms and size of each
         Number of laboratories and size of each
         Number of drawing halls and size of each
         Number of Computer Centres with capacity of each
         Central Examination Facility, Number of rooms and capacity of each.
           Teaching Learning process
      Curricula and syllabi for each of the programmes as approved by the University.
      Academic Calendar of the Board
      Academic Time Table
      Teaching Load of each Faculty
      Internal Continuous Evaluation System and place
      Students' assessment of Faculty, System in place.
           For each Post Diploma programme give the following:
           i.       Title of the programme
           ii.      Curricula and Syllabi
           iii.     Faculty Profile
SI       Name                                         DESIGNATION                B. Subject Teaching


1.
2.
3.


 Brief profile of each faculty.
        Laboratory facilities exclusive to the PD programme
Special Purpose
        Software, all design tools in case
        Academic Calendar and frame work
        Research focus


List of typical research projects.
        Industry Linkage
        Publications (if any) out of research in last three years out of masters projects
        Placement status
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          Admission procedure
          Fee Structure
          Hostel Facilities
          Contact address of co-ordinator of the PD programme
             Name              :
             Address           :
             Telephone         :
             E-mail            :
NOTE: Suppression and/or misrepresentation of information would attract appropriate penal action.


1.2 APPLIED ARTS AND CRAFTS PROGRAMMES
The following information is to be given in the Information Brochure besides being hosted on the Institution's
official Website.
"The information has been provided by the concerned institution and the onus of authenticity lies
with the institution and not on AICTE."
I.           NAME OF THE INSTITUTION
           Address including telephone, Fax, e-mail.
II.          NAME & ADDRESS OF THE DIRECTOR
           Address including telephone, Fax, e-mail.
III.         NAME OF THE AFFILIATING UNIVERSITY
IV.          GOVERNANCE
           Members of the Board and their brief background
           Members of Academic Advisory Body
           Frequency of the Board Meetings and Academic Advisory Body
           Organizational chart and processes
           Nature and Extent of involvement of faculty and students in academic affairs/improvements
           Mechanism/Norms & Procedure for democratic/good Governance
           Student Feedback on Institutional Governance/faculty performance
           Grievance redressal mechanism for faculty, staff and students
V. PROGRAMMES
            Name of the Programmes approved by the AICTE
            Name of the Programmes accredited by the AICTE
            For each Programme the following details are to be given:
            Name
            Number of seats
            Duration
            Cut off mark/rank for admission during the last three years
            Fee
            Placement Facilities
            Campus placement in last three years with minimum salary, maximum salary and average salary
                                                            90


       Name          and      duration   of   programme(s)       having     affiliation/collaboration   with   Foreign
            University(s)/Institution(s) and being run in the same Campus along with status of their AICTE
            approval. If there is foreign collaboration, give the following details:


Details of the Foreign Institution/University:
           Name of the University/Institution
           Address
           Website
           Is the Institution/University Accredited in its Home Country
           Ranking of the Institution/University in the Home Country
           Whether the degree offered is equivalent to an Indian Degree? If yes, the name of the agency which
            has approved equivalence. If no, implications for students in terms of pursuit of higher studies in
            India and abroad and job both within and outside the country.
           Nature of Collaboration
           Conditions of Collaboration
           Complete details of payment a student has to make to get the full benefit of collaboration.
           For each Collaborative/affiliated Programme give the following:
           Programme Focus
           Number of seats
           Admission Procedure
           Fee
           Placement Facility
           Placement Records for last three years with minimum salary, maximum salary and average salary
           Whether the Collaborative Programme is approved by AICTE? If not whether the Domestic/Foreign
            Institution has applied to AICTE for approval as required under notification no. 37-3/Legal/2005
            dated 16th May, 2005
VI.         FACULTY
           Branch wise list faculty members:
           Permanent Faculty
           Visiting Faculty
           Adjunct Faculty
           Guest Faculty
           Permanent Faculty: Student Ratio
           Number of faculty employed and left during the last three years


VII.PROFILE OF DIRECTOR/PRINCIPAL WITH QUALIFICATIONS, TOTAL EXPERIENCE, AGE AND
DURATION OF EMPLOYMENT AT THE INSTITUTE CONCERNED
For each Faculty give a page covering                                             Photograph
      1. Name
      2. Date of Birth

                                                                                  Signature
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        3. Educational Qualification
        4. Work Experience
            • Teaching
            • Research
            • Industry
            • Others
        5. Area of Specializations
        6. Subjects teaching at Diploma Level
            • Diploma Level
        7. Research guidance
No. of papers published in
            Masters's                        -        National Journals
            Ph.D.                            -        International Journals
                                             -        Conferences
        8. Projects Carried out
        9. Patents
        10. Technology Transfer
        11. Research Publications
        12. No. of Books published with details
VIII.       FEE
         Details of fee, as approved by State fee Committee, for the Institution.
         Time schedule for payment of fee for the entire programme.
         No. of Fee waivers granted with amount and name of students.
         Number of scholarship offered by the institute, duration and amount
         Criteria for fee waivers/scholarship.
         Estimated cost of Boarding and Lodging in Hostels.
IX.         ADMISSION
         Number of seats sanctioned with the year of approval.
         Number of students admitted under various categories each year in the last three years.
         Number of applications received during last two years for admission under Management Quota and
            number admitted.


X.          ADMISSION PROCEDURE
         Mention the admission test being followed, name and address of the Test Agency and its URL
            (website).
         Number of seats allotted to different Test Qualified candidates separately [JET (State conducted
            test/Board tests)/Association conducted test]
         Calendar for admission against management/vacant seats:
               Last date for request for applications.
               Last date for submission of application.
               Dates for announcing final results.
                                                           92


               Release of admission list (main list and waiting list should be announced on the same day)
               Date for acceptance by the candidate (time given should in no case be less than 15 days)
               Last date for closing of admission.
               Starting of the Academic session.
               The waiting list should be activated only on the expiry of date of main list.
               The policy of refund of the fee, in case of withdrawal, should be clearly notified.
XI.         CRITERIA AND WEIGHTAGES FOR ADMISSION
         Describe each criteria with its respective weightages i.e. Admission Test, marks in qualifying
            examination etc.
         Mention the minimum level of acceptance, if any.
         Mention the cut-off levels of percentage & percentile scores of the candidates in the admission test
            for the last three years.
         Display marks scored in Test etc. and in aggregate for all candidates who were admitted.
            Item No I - XI must be given in information brochure and must be hosted as fixed content in
            the website of the Institution.
            The Website must be dynamically updated with regard to XII-XV.
XII.        APPLICATION FORM
         Downloadable application form, with online submission possibilities.
XIII.       LIST OF APPLICANTS
         List of candidates whose applications have been received along with percentile/percentage score for
            each of the qualifying examination in separate categories for open seats. List of candidates who
            have applied along with percentage and percentile score for Management quota seats.
XIV.        RESULTS OF ADMISSION UNDER MANAGEMENT SEATS/VACANT SEATS
         Composition of selection team for admission under Management Quota with the brief profiles of
            members (This information be made available in the public domain after the admission process is
            over)
         Score of the individual candidates admitted arranged in order of merit.
         List of candidates who have been offered admission.
         Waiting list of the candidates in order of merit to be operative from the last date of joining of the first
            list candidates.
         List of the candidates who joined within the date, vacancy position in each category before operation
            of waiting list.
XV.         INFORMATION ON INFRASTRUCTURE AND OTHER RESOURCES AVAILABLE
LIBRARY:
         Number of Library books/Titles/Journals available (programme-wise)
         List of online National/International Journals subscribed.
         E-Library facilities
LABORATORY:
For each Laboratory
         List of Major Equipment/Facilities
         List of Experimental Setup
                                                             93


          Status       and    facilities   in   Studio/Designing   and   Art   Appreciation   and   other   related
              disciplines/specializations
COMPUTING FACILITIES:
          Number and Configuration of Systems
          Total number of systems connected by LAN
          Total number of systems connected to WAN
          Internet bandwidth
          Major software packages available
          Special purpose facilities available
              Games and Sports Facilities
              Extra Curriculum Activities
              Soft Skill Development Facilities
              Number of Classrooms and size of each
              Number of Tutorial rooms and size of each
              Number of laboratories and size of each
              Number of drawing halls and size of each
              Number of Computer Centres with capacity of each
              Central Examination Facility, Number of rooms and capacity of each.
              Teaching Learning process
          Curricula and syllabi for each of the programmes as approved by the University.
          Academic Calendar of the University
          Academic Time Table
          Teaching Load of each Faculty
          Internal Continuous Evaluation System and place
          Students' assessment of Faculty, System in place.


For each Post Dip programme give the following:
              i.      Title of the programme
              ii.     Curricula and Syllabi
              iii.    Faculty Profile
SI Name DESIGNATION B. Subject Teaching
SI           Name                                         DESIGNATION             B. Subject Teaching

1.
2.
3.


             Brief profile of each faculty.
             Laboratory facilities exclusive to the PG programme
Special Purpose
             Software, all design tools in case
                                                              94


              Academic Calendar and frame work
              Research focus
List of typical research projects.
              Industry Linkage
              Publications (if any) out of research in last three years out of masters projects
              Placement status
              Admission procedure
              Fee Structure
              Hostel Facilities
              Contact address of co-ordinator of the PG programme
               Name                :
               Address             :
               Telephone           :
               E-mail              :
NOTE: Suppression and/or misrepresentation of information would attract appropriate                penal
action.

1.3 HMCT PROGRAMMES
The following information is to be given in the Information Brochure besides being hosted on the Institution's
official Website.
"The information has been provided by the concerned institution and the onus of authenticity lies
with the institution and not on AICTE."
I.             NAME OF THE INSTITUTION
        Address including telephone, Fax, e-mail.
II.            NAME & ADDRESS OF THE DIRECTOR
        Address including telephone, Fax, e-mail.
III.           NAME OF THE AFFILIATING BOARD
IV.            GOVERNANCE
        Members of the Board and their brief background
        Members of Academic Advisory Body
        Frequency of the Board Meetings and Academic Advisory Body
        Organizational chart and processes
        Nature and Extent of involvement of faculty and students in academic affairs/improvements
        Mechanism/Norms & Procedure for democratic/good Governance
        Student Feedback on Institutional Governance/faculty performance
        Grievance redressal mechanism for faculty, staff and students
V. PROGRAMMES
        Name of the Programmes approved by the AICTE
        Name of the Programmes accredited by the AICTE
        For each Programme the following details are to be given:
                Name
                                                           95


            Number of seats
            Duration
            Cut off mark/rank for admission during the last three years
            Fee
            Placement Facilities
            Campus placement in last three years with minimum salary, maximum salary and average salary
       Name         and    duration     of   programme(s)       having     affiliation/collaboration   with   Foreign
           University(s)/Institution(s) and being run in the same Campus along with status of their AICTE
           approval. If there is foreign collaboration, give the following details:
Details of the Foreign Institution/Board:
        Name of the Board/Institution
        Address
        Website
        Is the Institution/University Accredited in its Home Country
        Ranking of the Institution/University in the Home Country
        Whether the degree offered is equivalent to an Indian Degree? If yes, the name of the agency which
           has approved equivalence. If no, implications for students in terms of pursuit of higher studies in
           India and abroad and job both within and outside the country.
        Nature of Collaboration
        Conditions of Collaboration
        Complete details of payment a student has to make to get the full benefit of collaboration.
   For each Collaborative/affiliated Programme give the following:
        Programme Focus
        Number of seats
        Admission Procedure
        Fee
        Placement Facility
        Placement Records for last three years with minimum salary, maximum salary and average salary
   Whether the Collaborative Programme is approved by AICTE? If not whether the Domestic/Foreign
       Institution has applied to AICTE for approval as required under notification no. 37-3/Legal/2005 dated
       16th May, 2005
VI.        FACULTY
   Branch wise list faculty members:
       • Permanent Faculty
       • Visiting Faculty
       • Adjunct Faculty
       • Guest Faculty
       • Permanent Faculty: Student Ratio
   Number of faculty employed and left during the last three years
                                                         96


FACULTY PROFILE:
For each Faculty give a page covering
  1. Name                                                                      Photograph
  2. Date of Birth
  3. Educational Qualification
  4. Work Experience
        • Teaching
                                                                               Signature
        • Research
        • Industry
        • Others
  5. Area of Specializations
  6. Subjects teaching at Diploma Level
        • Post Diploma Level
  7. Research guidance
No. of papers published in
Masters's                           -       National Journals
Ph.D.                               -       International Journals
                                    -       Conferences
  8. Projects Carried out
  9. Patents
  10. Technology Transfer
  11. Research Publications
  12. No. of Books published with details
VII.        PROFILE OF DIRECTOR/PRINCIPAL WITH QUALIFICATIONS, TOTAL EXPERIENCE, AGE AND
            DURATION OF EMPLOYMENT AT THE INSTITUTE CONCERNED
VIII.       FEE
         Details of fee, as approved by State fee Committee, for the Institution.
         Time schedule for payment of fee for the entire programme.
         No. of Fee waivers granted with amount and name of students.
         Number of scholarship offered by the institute, duration and amount
         Criteria for fee waivers/scholarship.
         Estimated cost of Boarding and Lodging in Hostels.
IX.         ADMISSION
         Number of seats sanctioned with the year of approval.
         Number of students admitted under various categories each year in the last three years.
         Number of applications received during last two years for admission under Management Quota and
            number admitted.
X.          ADMISSION PROCEDURE
         Mention the admission test being followed, name and address of the Test Agency and its URL
            (website).
                                                            97


         Number of seats allotted to different Test Qualified candidates separately [JET (State conducted
            test/Board tests)/Association conducted test]
         Calendar for admission against management/vacant seats:
               Last date for request for applications.
               Last date for submission of application.
               Dates for announcing final results.
               Release of admission list (main list and waiting list should be announced on the same day)
               Date for acceptance by the candidate (time given should in no case be less than 15 days)
               Last date for closing of admission.
               Starting of the Academic session.
               The waiting list should be activated only on the expiry of date of main list.
               The policy of refund of the fee, in case of withdrawal, should be clearly notified.
XI          CRITERIA AND WEIGHTAGES FOR ADMISSION
         Describe each criteria with its respective weightages i.e. Admission Test, marks in qualifying
            examination etc.
         Mention the minimum level of acceptance, if any.
         Mention the cut-off levels of percentage & percentile scores of the candidates in the admission test
            for the last three years.
         Display marks scored in Test etc. and in aggregate for all candidates who were admitted.
            Item No I - XI must be given in information brochure and must be hosted as fixed content in
            the website of the Institution.
            The Website must be dynamically updated with regard to XII-XV.
XII.        APPLICATION FORM
         Downloadable application form, with online submission possibilities.
XIII.       LIST OF APPLICANTS
         List of candidates whose applications have been received along with percentile/percentage score for
            each of the qualifying examination in separate categories for open seats. List of candidates who
            have applied along with percentage and percentile score for Management quota seats.


XIV.        RESULTS OF ADMISSION UNDER MANAGEMENT SEATS/VACANT SEATS
         Composition of selection team for admission under Management Quota with the brief profiles of
            members (This information be made available in the public domain after the admission process is
            over)
         Score of the individual candidates admitted arranged in order of merit.
         List of candidates who have been offered admission.
         Waiting list of the candidates in order of merit to be operative from the last date of joining of the first
            list candidates.
         List of the candidates who joined within the date, vacancy position in each category before operation
            of waiting list.
                                                        98


XV.       INFORMATION ON INFRASTRUCTURE AND OTHER RESOURCES AVAILABLE
          LIBRARY:
       Number of Library books/Titles/Journals available (programme-wise)
       List of online National/International Journals subscribed.
       E-Library facilities
          LABORATORY:
          For each Laboratory
       List of Major Equipment/Facilities
       List of Experimental Setup
       The Hotel they are attached to/or have access to
       Special facility in the Hospitality field
       Special facility in the Kitchen/presentation part.
          COMPUTING FACILITIES:
       Number and Configuration of Systems
       Total number of systems connected by LAN
       Total number of systems connected to WAN
       Internet bandwidth
       Major software packages available
       Special purpose facilities available
          Games and Sports Facilities
          Extra Curriculum Activities
          Soft Skill Development Facilities
          Number of Classrooms and size of each
          Number of Tutorial rooms and size of each
          Number of laboratories and size of each
          Number of drawing halls and size of each
          Number of Computer Centres with capacity of each
          Central Examination Facility, Number of rooms and capacity of each.
          Teaching Learning process
       Curricula and syllabi for each of the programmes as approved by the University.
       Academic Calendar of the University
       Academic Time Table
       Teaching Load of each Faculty
       Internal Continuous Evaluation System and place
       Students' assessment of Faculty, System in place.


For each Post Diploma programme give the following:
          i. Title of the programme
          ii. Curricula and Syllabi
          iii. Faculty Profile
                                                        99


SI    Name                                          DESIGNATION               B. Subject Teaching

1.
2.
3.


      Brief profile of each faculty.
            Laboratory facilities exclusive to the PG programme
Special Purpose
            Software, all design tools in case
            Academic Calendar and frame work
            Research focus
List of Typical Research Projectgs
            Industry Linkage
            Publications (if any) out of research in last three years out of masters projects
            Placement status
            Admission procedure
            Fee Structure
            Hostel Facilities
            Contact address of co-ordinator of the PG programme
         Name             :
         Address          :
         Telephone        :
         E-mail           :
Note:    Suppression and/or misrepresentation of information would attract appropriate penal action.
                                                                            100


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      siopk tk;s/                                                                                              05
      fJzNoftT{                                                                                                10
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      1) nzro/iah NkJhfgzr$;akoNj?Av                 )                                                         50
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                                                                                                         ^^^^^^^^^
                                                        102


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        (3)     T[u/oh ftfdnZe :'rsk                                                  10
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        (5)     fJzNoftT{                                                             25
                                                                                  ^^^^^^
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                                                                                  ^^^^^^
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        (5)     N?;N$gq?eNheb                                                         10
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        (7)     siopk                                                                 05
        (8)     fJzNoftT{                                                             10
                                                                                   ^^^^^^
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                                                                                   ^^^^^^
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(J) ns/ (;) tk;s/ th ngDkfJnk ikt/rk .


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        T[u/oh :'rsk tk;s/ Bzpo w[ZYbh :'rsk s' tZy j'Dr/ ns/ T[j th T[go'es g?ok (3) nB[;ko fdZs/ ikDr/.
                                                          103


                                                           4
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        siopk 6 wjhB/ iK T[;s' xZN j't/rk sK ftukfonk BjhA ikt/rk ( to be ignored ) go i/eo siopk 6 wjhB/ s' tZX
        j't/ (Gkt fJe jcsk jh tZX j't/) sK T[j g{ok ;kb wfBznk ikt/rk .
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        n?e;Nok feT{oheb n?eNhftNhia d/ 5 BzpoK dh tzY j/m nB[;ko j't/rh L
        (T)      i/eo e"wh iK nzso ok;aNoh gZXo T[Zs/ fe;/ th y/v $ n?BH;hH;hH $ j'o n?eNhftNhia ftu Gkr fbnk j't/ sK
                   g{o/ 5 Bzpo .
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                   03 Bzpo j'Dr/ .
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        (;)        ;jkfJe gq'c?;o $ gq'c?;o tk;s/ n?e;Nok feT{oheb n?eNhftNhia d/ gzi BzpoK dh tzY tZyo/      ns/ j/m
                   fby/ Yzr Bkb j't/rh L
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                            .
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        pkeh d/ w?ApoK B{z gV e/ ;[Dkt/rk . fco ew/Nh d// ;ko/ w?Apo 05 BzpoK ftu'A fdZs/ ikD tkb/ BzpoK dk c?;bk eoe/
        T[; ;ko gZso T[Zs/ fJj Bzpo doi        eo d/Dr/ . fJ; Yzr Bkb T[whdtko dh wkBf;e ;fEsh, nboNB?; ns/
        nkgDh rZb efjD dh IaKu pko/ nzdkiak brkfJnk ik ;e/rk ns/ fJzNoftT{ dk foekov th pD ikt/rk .
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        ;oeko d/ gZXo T[s/ jh fJ; ftu ;'X $ spdhbh ehsh Ik ;e/rh . ikoh j'D dh fwsh s' fJj jdkfJsK s[ozs bkr{ j'
        rJhnK ;wfMnK ikD . fJ; ;pzXh gfjbK ikoh j'fJnK ;kohnK jdkfJsK oZd ehshnK iKdhnK jB .


                                                                              ;jh
fwsh uzvhrVQ                                                             n?BHn?;H osB,
7 i[bkJh, 1998                                                    gqw[Zy ;eZso, gzikp ;oeko,
                                                        seBheh f;fynk ns/ T[d:'fre f;ybkJh ftGkr.
                                                        104


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         1)      vkfJo?eNo seBheh f;fynk ns/ T[d:'fre f;ybkJh ftGkr, gzikp uzvhrVQ
         2)      tkJh; uK;bo, gzikp seBheh :[Bhtof;Nh, ibzXo .
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                 uzvhrVQ .
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         5)      fgzq;hgb, frnkBh i?b f;zx ekbi nkc fJziL ns/ N?eBkb'ih, pfmzvk .
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         7)      fgqz;hgb vkL phHnkoHnzp/deo ohiaBb ekbi nkc fJziL ns/ N?eBkb'ih, ibzXo .
         8)      fgqz;hgb, p/nzs ekbi nkc fJziL ns/ N?eBkb'ih, r[odk;g[o .
         9)      ;ko/ fgqz;hgb, ;oekoh pj[seBhehnK gzikp .
         10)     ;ko/ fgqz;hgb, T[d:'fre f;ybkJh ;z;EKtK, gzikp .


                                                                           ihHvhH I[B/ik ,
                                                                           ;[gov?AN

                  fJ; dk fJe T[skok, gqw[Zy ;eZso gzikp ;oeko, ftZs ftGkr, ;eZso gzikp ;oeko, gq';Bb ns/  '
gqpzXdh ;[dko ftGkr, ns/ gqw[Zy ;eZso, gzikp ;oeko, GbkJh ftGkr, B{z ;{uBK ns/ :'r ekotkJh fjZs G/fink iKdk j? .

                                                                           ;[gov?AN
;/tk fty/,

    1)        gqw[Zy ;eZso, gzikp ;oeko, fts ftGkr,
    2)                                '
              ;eZso, gzikp ;oeko, gq';Bb ns/ gqpzXdh ;[dko ftGkr .
    3)        gqw[Zy ;eZso, gzikp ;oeko, GbkJh ftGkr,.

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         1H       fBih ;eZso $ seBheh f;fynk wzsoh , gzikp .
         2H       fBih ;eZso $ gqw[Zy ;eZso, seBheh f;fynk ns/ T[d:'fre f;ybkJh ftGkr, gzikp .
         3H       fBih ;jkfJe $ ft;a/; ;eZso , seBheh f;fynk ns/ T[d:'fre f;ybkJh ftGkr, gzikp.

                                                                           ;[gov?AN
                            105




                  Chapter-5 (Manual-4)

Particulars of any arrangement that exists for consultation
 with, or representation by, the members of the public in
relation to the formulation of its policy or implementation
                         thereof
                                                    106




5.1   Whether there is any provision to seek consultation/participation of public or
      its representatives for formulation of policies? If there is, details of such
      policy in following format.



Sr.   Subject/Topic                                             Is it           Arrangements
No.                                                             mandatory       for    seeking
                                                                to ensure       public
                                                                public          participation
                                                                participation
                                                                (Yes/No)
1     Community Polytechnics scheme (Direct Central             Yes             Ministry of Human
                                                                                Resources     and
      Assistance Scheme)
                                                                                Development,
                                                                                New Delhi.




5.2            Whether there is any provision to seek consultation / participation of
               public or its representatives for implementation of policies? If there is,
               details of provisions in following format.


Sr.     Subject/Tople                                            Is it mandatory   Arrangements
No.                                                              to       ensure   for    seeking
                                                                 public            public
                                                                 participation     participation
                                                                 (Yes/No)
        Community Polytechnics scheme (Direct Central            Yes               As per guidelines
                                                                                   specified      by
        Assistance Scheme)
                                                                                   Ministry of Human
                                                                                   Resources     and
        Monitoring of progress of this scheme will ensure                          Development,
                                                                                   Govt. of India,
        that the objectives are being realised constantly and
                                                                                   New Delhi.
        no deviation is taking place. To ensure its proper
        implementation of    the Scheme of          Community
        Polytechnics it shall be monitored at four different
        levels i.e.
        (i) Polytechnic Level ( Executive Committee)
        (ii) State Level( Review Committee)
        (iii) Regional Level (Advisory Committee)
        (iv) Central Government Level (Ministry of Human
        Resource Development, Govt. of India).
                              107




                    Chapter-6 (Manual-5)

A statement of the categories of documents that are held by it
                     or under its control
                                                 108




6.1           Use the format given below to give the information about the official
              documents. Also mention the place where the documents are available
              for e.g. at secretariat level, directorate level, others.

Sr.   Category of the Name of the document                  Procedure       to    Held       by/
No.   document        and its introduction in               obtain         the    under control
                      one line                              document              of
1     Personal file   The        personal      file         No provision to       Head of Office
                      contains noting and                   give the document.
                      correspondence             in
                      respect          of      the
                      official/officer
2     Service Book    The       service      book           Duplicate copy of     D.D.O.
                      contains posting records              the service book
                      in     respect      of   the          can be given on
                      official/officer                      request.
3     Annual          Annual          Confidential          Annual                Head of the
      Confidential    Reports              contain          Confidential Report   department
      Reports         performance         of   the          of concerned can
                      official/officer                      be      given    on
                                                            request
4     Ledgers                These         documents        Annual Statement      D.D.O.
      containing GPF         contain            monthly     containing balance
      accounts          of   subscription account of        at the end of
      every                  every       official/officer   financial year is
      officer/official.      towards provident fund         given to every
                                                            officer/official
5     Cash book              Cash book contains             No provision to       D.D.O.
                             receipts/ disbursement         give the document.
                             of the office
6     Stock register         Stock register contains        No provision to       D.D.O.
                             inventory of articles          give the document.
7     Policy files           Policy     files    contain    Policy instructions   Head of Office
                             important letters and          are circulated for
                             circulars      issued     by   the information of
                             different authorities.         all.
8     Roster registers       Roster registers contain       No provision to       Appointing
                             information       regarding    give the document.    authority
                             reservation made on the
                             basis       of      policies
                             instruction of the Govt.
                          109




                Chapter-7 (Manual-6)
A Statement of boards, councils, committees and others
             bodies constituted as its part
                                             110




7.1   Information on Boards, Councils, Committees and Other Bodies related to the
      public authority in the following format.

      Type of affiliated body

      I)     All India Council for Technical Education.
      II)    Punjab State Board of Technical Education.
      III)   Punjab Technical University.


      Name and address of affliated body.


      I)     All India Council for Technical Education
             I.G. Sports complex, I.P. Estate, New Delhi-110002.


      Brief Introduction.


              It was a establish in 1987 with a view to the proper planning and
              coordinated development of the Technical Education System through out the
              Country, the promotion of qualitative improvement of such education
              in relation to planned quantitative growth and the regulation and proper
              maintenance      of    norms     and        standards   in   the   Technical
              Education System and for matters connected there with.


      Objective/main activites.


              To improve upon the present technical education system and incorporate the
              aforesaid observations one major step would be to modify the engineering
              curriculum with the following main objectives:
      1)      Greater emphasis on design oriented teaching, teaching of design
              methodologies, problem solving approach.
      2)      Greater exposure to industrial and manufacturing processes.
      3)      Exclusion of outdated technologies and inclusion of the new appropriate and
              emerging technologies.
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     4)    Greater input of management education and professional communication
           skills.
           Role of affiliated body - Advisory.


     Structure and member composition


1)         Dr. R.A.Yadav, Vice Chairman.
2)         Pro. S.S. Katiyar, Chairman, North Regional Committee.
3)         Dr. E.Balagurusamy, Chairman South Regional Committee.
4)         Dr. S.D. Awale, Chairman Westen Regional Committee.
5)         Dr. N.R.Banerjea, Chairman Easten Regional Committee.
6)         Pro. Ashok Ranjan Thakur, Chairman, AIB-VE
7)         Pro. Y.Venkatrami Reddy, Chairman, AIB-TE


           Head of the body - Pro. Damodar Acharya, Chairman, A.I.C.T.E.



     II)   Punjab State Board of Technical Education. Plot No.1, Sector -36 A,
           Chandigarh.


     Brief Introduction


               The Punjab State Board of Technical Education & Industrial Training is an
               autonomous statutory authority created under ―The Punjab State Board of
               Technical Education & Industrial Training 1992 Act‖ for regulating and
               controlling academic standards in Institutes of Technical Education and
               for making admissions & conducting examinations in Polytechnics and
               Industrial Training Institutes.


     Activities of the Board


               The Board is carrying out the following major activities:-
               1. Admission.
               2. Registration of students.
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           3. Conduct of Examination.
           4. Certification of the pass out students.
           5. Revision of Curricula.


Structure and member composition.


               The Board has four statutory committees:


           1. Examination Committee: This committee assists in framing the
              policies regarding the conduct of examination.
           2. Affiliation and Accreditation Committee: This Committee deals with the
              affiliation of the new institutes and approval of new courses in the
              existing institutes.
           3. Finance Committee: The activities of this committee relates to
              allocation of budget and other financial policies of the Board.
           4. Academic Committee: This committee deals with the framing of
              curricula for the new courses, revision of curricula of the existing
              courses and monitoring the implementation of curricula in the
              institutions.


    III)      Punjab Technical University.
              Lodowali Road, Jalandhar.


              Brief Introduction:


              Punjab Technical University (PTU) was established by an act of State
              legislature on 16th Jan 1997, to promote Technical, Management &
              Pharmaceutical education in the State at the degree level and above.
              The University has the mandate to set up centres of Excellence in
              Emerging Technologies and for promoting Training, Research &
              Development in these areas.
                       113


Activities:


One of the main focus of the University at this time is in the area of
professional & skill oriented technologies to the masses. The
University has undertaken the task of training students to help in the
development of skilled manpower in this sector in the country in
general and in the State particular. With this goal in mind, the
University is promoting a number of courses in different stream in
regular as well as distance education programmes.
                            114




                   Chater-8 (Manual-7)

The names, designations and other particulars of the Public
                  Information Officers
                                                        115




8.1            Contact information about the Public Information Officers, Assistant
               Public Information Officers and Departmental Appellate Authority of the
               Public authority in the following format.

Name of the Public Authority:


Assistant Public Information Officers:


Sr.   Name       Designation           S.T.D.    Ph. No.                   Fax        Email     Address
No.                                    Code
                                                 Office        Home
1     Sh.        Assistant Public      0172      5022342       -           5022333    -         Director
      Balwinde   Information                                                                    Tech.
      r Singh    Officer                                                                        Edu. and
                                                                                                Ind. Trg.
                                                                                                Plot No.
                                                                                                1 Sector-
                                                                                                36     A,
                                                                                                Chd.


State Public Information Officers:


Sr.   Name       Designation     S.T.D.       Ph. No.                  Fax           Email      Address
No.                              Code
                                              Office       Home
2     Smt.       State Public    0172         5022339      9872663     5022333       monicab    Director
      Monica     Information                               243                       nsl@yah    Tech.
      Bansal     Officers                                                            oo.co.in   Edu. and
                                                                                                Ind. Trg.
                                                                                                Plot No.
                                                                                                1 Sector-
                                                                                                36      A,
                                                                                                Chd.


Department Appellate Authority:


Sr.   Name     Designation      S.T.    Ph. No.                      Fax         Email           Address
No.                             D.
                                Code
                                        Office          Home
1     Sh.      Appellate        0172    5022333         2687087      5022333     nagpalnaresh    Director
      Naresh   Authority                                                         @yahoo.com      Tech.
      Nagpal                                                                                     Edu. and
                                                                                                 Ind. Trg.
                                                                                                 Plot No. 1
                                                                                                 Sector-36
                                                                                                 A, Chd.
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                                        PROFORMA
                              TECHNICAL EDUCATION & INDUSTRIAL TRAINING (TECHNICAL EDUCATION WING), PUNJAB, PLOT NO1, SECTOR 36-A, CHANDIGARH.
Sr.   Name of the Public Authority   Name of Present Post Held    Designated as (Name of the officer   Office Address                             Office Phone No.   Office Fax No.   Office E-mail
No.                                  by the Officer               need not to be mentioned)
 1               2                              3                                4                                       5                                  6              7                       8
1.    Sh. Naresh Nagpal              Additional Director          Appellate Authority                  Director Tech. Edu. and Ind. Trg.          5022333            5022333          nagpalnaresh@yahoo.com
                                                                                                       Plot No. 1 Sector-36 A, Chd.
2.    Smt. Monica Bansal             T.P.O.                       State      Public    Information     Director Tech. Edu. and Ind. Trg.          5022339            5022333          monicabnsl@yahoo.co.in
                                                                  Officers                             Plot No. 1 Sector-36 A, Chd.
3.    Sh. Payara Singh               Principal                    Public Information Officers          Govt. Polytechnic Amritsar                 2258269            2450110          principalgpamritsar@yahoo.com.
4.    Sh. Gian Ranjan                Principal                    Public Information Officers          Govt. Polytechnic for Girls, Amritsar      2421337            2321337
                                                                                                                                                                                      principalgpamritsar@yahoo.com
5.    Sh. Naunihal Singh             Principal (Acting)           Public Information Officers          Govt. Instt. of Garment Tech.              2421763            -                gpgasr@rediffmail.com
                                                                                                       Amritsar.
6.    Sh. Narinder Pal               (Acting) Principal           Public Information Officers          Punjab Instt. of Textile Technology.       2257799            2257799          Info@pittamritsar.org
                                                                                                       Amritsar
7.    Sh. Dhanpat Raj                Principal                    Public Information Officers          Govt. Polytechnic, Bhikhiwind              272619             -
                                                                                                                                                                                      principal_gpb@yahoo.com
8.    Sh. Yadwinder Singh            Principal                    Public Information Officers          Govt. Polytechnic, Bathinda.               2246394            2246182
                                                                                                                                                                                      principal_gpcbti@yahoo.com
9.    -                              Principal                    Public Information Officers          Govt. Polytechnic, Ferozepur               222037             222037           gpfzr-dteitpb@punjabmail.gov.in.
10.   Smt. Rachna                    Principal                    Public Information Officers          Pt.     J.R.    Govt.      Polytechnic,    252389             250377           Info@jrgph.com
                                                                                                       Hoshiarpur
11.   Sh. Baljeet Singh              (Acting)Principal            Public Information Officers           Govt. Tanning Institute, Jalandhar.       225389             2472242          gtijal@gmail.com
12.   Mrs M.P. Singh                 Principal                    Public Information Officers           Govt     Polytechnic      for    Girls,   2303223            2476223          gpgldh-
                                                                                                       Ludhiana.                                                                      dteitpb@punjabmail.gov.in
13.   Sh. Kirpal Singh Bhullar       Principal (Acting)           Public Information Officers          Govt. Institute of Textile Chemistry &     2302262            2480262          principalgitcktldh@yahoo.com
                                                                                                       Knitting Tech. Ldh.
14.   Sh. Narinder Singh             Principal (Acting)           Public Information Officers          Govt.     Polytechnic      for    Girls,   2457192,           2243846          gpgjal-dteitpb@punjabmail gov.in
                                                                                                       Jalandhar
15.   -                              Principal                    Public Information Officers          Govt. Polytechnic, Guru Teg                280235, 280735     280735           gpgtbgarh-
                                                                                                       Bahadurgarh                                                                    dteipb@punjabmail.gov.in
16.   Sh. Manjeet Singh Maan         Principal                    Public Information Officers          Govt. Polytechnic for Girls, Patiala       2370158,           2371970          principalgpcgpta@gmail.com
17.   Sh. Gurcharan Singh            Principal                    Public Information Officers          Govt. Polytechnic for Girls, Ropar         226642, 221103     221103
                                                                                                                                                                                      principalgpcg.ropar@gmail.com
18.   Sh. Daljinder Singh            Principal      (Additional   Public Information Officers          Govt. Polytechnic, Khunimajra              2281567, 2281564   246564           principalgpckm@yahoo.com
                                     Charge)
19.   Sh. Ajay Kumar                 Principal                    Public Information Officers          Govt. Polytechnic, Batala                  240149,            225689           principalgpbatala@yahoo.co.in
20.   Sh. Vijay Kumar                Off. Principal               Public Information Officers          Govt.    Polytechnic,     for     Girls,   94170 – 69333      PP 266321         principalgpcgdinanagar@yahoo.
                                                                                                       Dinanagar                                                                      co.in
                     117




            Chapter-9 (Manual-8)

Procedure followed in Decision Making Process
                                      118


9.1    What is the procedure followed to take a decision for various matters?
      ( A reference to Secretariat Manual and Rule of Business Manual, and
                 other rules / regulations etc can be made)


      Decision in respect of every issue is arrived at after processing the case as
      per rules and instructions of the Govt. and notified rules of the department
      and orders of the competent authority are obtained on the concerned file.


9.2   What are the documented procedures/ laid down procedures / Defined
      Criteria / Rules to arrive at a particular decision for important matters?
      What are different levels through which a decision process moves?


      In order to arrive at a particular decision for important matters reference of
      instruction issued by the Govt. in F. D. Manuals and Chief Secretary
      Manuals, Civil Services Rules and Financial Rules and also Precedent if any
      are taken into consideration.

9.3   What are the arrangements to communicate the decision to the public?


      The   public    are   communicated     through    Internet   Web    site      and
      Publications.


9.4   Who are the officers at various levels whose opinions are sought for
      the process of decision making?


      As per provisions in Punjab Civil Services Rules, Punjab Financial Rules and
      departmental rules.

9.5   Who is the final authority that wets the decision?


      Principal Secretary Technical Education & Industrial Training (at Govt. level)
      and Director Technical Education & Industrial Training at Directorate level
                                           119


9.6          Information separately in following format for the important matters on
             which the decision is taken by the public authority,

Sr. No.
1         Subject on which the decision Administration,        accounts,     monitoring of
          is to be taken                    technical institutes as per A.I.C.TE. Norms,
                                            Transfers, Promotions, ACP, DCRG, L.T.C. of
                                            Officers/Employees.
2         Guideline / Direction, if any     Instructions manual, CSR and P.F.R.
3         Process of Execution              Head of the Office/Head of the department.
4         Designation of the officers Head of the Office/Head of the department.
          involved in decision making
5         Contact information of above Through State Public information Officer and
          mentioned officers                Assistant Public information Officer.
6         If not satisfied by the decision, Appellate authority
          where and how to appeal.
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     Chapter-10 (Manual-9)

Directory of Officers and Employee
                                                      121




10.1              Please provide information district wise in following format


                  DIRECTORATE OF TECHNICAL EDUCATION AND                               INDUSTRIAL
                  TRAINING (TECHNICAL EDUCATION WING) PUNJAB.

                  AT DIRECTORATE LEVEL



Sr.    Name           Designatio   S.T.D.              Ph.No.           Fax       E-mail         Address
No.                   n            Code
                                            Office          Home
1.     Sh. Swarna     Hon'ble       0172    2740736         2698763     -         -              #958,Sec39,
       Ram            Minister                                                                   Chandigarh.
                      for
                      Technical
                      Education
2.     Sh. Suresh     Principal    0172     2741524         2795775     2741524   -              Kothi No. 8,
       Kumar          Secretary                                                                  Sector 7A,
                                                                                                 Chandigarh
3.     Sh. B.         Director     0172     2614031         -           2614622   -              134,16-A
       Purushartha                                                                               Chandigarh
4.     Sh. Naresh     Additional   0172     5022333         2687087     5022333   nagpalnaresh   # 1088,
       Nagpal         Director                                                    @yahoo.com     Sector-39-B,
                                                                                                 Chandigarh

5.     Sh.            Additional   0172     5022351         941700401   5022351   sidhumbs@re    Patiala
       Mohanbir       Director                              3                     diffmail.com
       Singh


                  PERSONAL STAFF OF DTE&IT

6.     Soma          PA            1762     2614031         -           2614622   -              V.P.O:
       Devi                                 2614622                                              Chhat,
                                            5022301                                              Distt: Patiala
7.     Sanjeev       Clerk         0172     5022301         -           2614622   -              #2049,
       Kumar                                                                                     Sec27C,
                                                                                                 Chandigarh
8.     Rakesh        Jr.    Sc.    0172     5022301         -           2614622   -              -
       Sidhar        Stenograp
                     her
                                                    122


OFFICERS

10.   Smt.          Dy.Director    0172   5022347         2602060,    5022351   paramjitkaurd    1544,
      Paramjit      ( Law)                                2602080               d@yahoo.co       Sector-36-D,
      Kaur                                                                      m                Chandigarh
11.   Smt           Dy. Director   0172   5022346         988838453   5022333   kaurparveen      #322, Phase
      Parveen                                             0                     @rediffmail.c
                                                                                                 3A, Mohali
      Kaur                                                                      om
12.   Sh.           Dy. Director   0172   5022336         998888170   5022351   walia1972@y      #1657,
      Navneet                                             1                     ahoo.co.in       Sector 40B,
      Walia                                                                                      Chandigarh.
13.   Sh. Rajesh    Dy. Director   0172   5022338         988823313   5022351   jassi_reply@y    #2908,
      Kumar                                                                     ahoo.com
                                                          9                                      Sector 37C,
      Jassi
                                                                                                 Chandigarh
14.   Sh.           Dy. Director   0172   5022362         978170157   5022333   hundal_rs@h      #47, Sector
      Ravinder                                            8                     otmail.com       33A,
      Singh                                                                                      Chandigarh
15.   Sh. Harjeet   Asstt          0172   5022378         981480432   5022351   pal.harjeet@g
      Pal Singh     Director                              1                     mail.com
                    against Dy.
                    Director
16.   Smt.          T.P.O.         0172   5022339         2651998     5022333   monicabnsl@      3243, 27 D,
      Monika                                                                    yahoo.co.in      Chandigarh.
      Bansal
17.   Smt.           Assistant     0172   5022344         2220400     5022333   sangeetamain     H.No. 400,
      Sangeeta      Director                                                    i@rediffmail.c   Phase 3 A,
      Maini         (Technical)                                                 om               Mohali.
18.   Sh.           Assistant      0172   5022343         98550-      5022333   adcr_jagdeep     Patiala
      Jagdeep       Director-                             36161                 s@yahoo.co
      Singh         cum-                                                        m
                    Registrar
19.   Sh. K.N.      Assistant      0172   5022318         987610302   5022318   -
                                                                                                 F.N. 302,
      Paul          Controller                            8
                                                                                                 Society No
                    (F&A)
                                                                                                 34, Sector
                                                                                                 20,
                                                                                                 Panchkula
20.   Smt.          Assistant      0172   5022317         2625460     5022333   kaval_67@ya      # 5799-B,
      Kavaljeet     Director                                                    hoo.co.in        Sector-38
      Kaur          (Non-                                                                        West,
                    Technical)                                                                   Chandigarh.
21.   Sh. Rajeev    Coordinator    0172   5022329         981404323   2614622   rajeevpuri7@     #3168,
      Puri                                                9                     yahoo.com        Sector 27C,
                                                                                                 Chandigarh
22.   Smt.          Coordinator    0172   5022345         98159-      5022333   rupika1295@      #88, Sector
      Sangeeta                                            47003                 yahoo.com        28 A,
      Goyal                                                                                      Chandigarh
23.   Sh. Rajiv     Programmer     0172   5022332         987208081   2614622   rajivksaini@h    #713, Sector
      Kumar                                               1                     otmail.com       41A,
                                                                                                 Chandigarh
                                                                     123


                                      Address & Telephone Nos. of Polytechnics.
                                                 Govt. Polytechnics
Sr. No.       Name of Institute         Name of Head      Telephone Numbers       Fax No.                Website/E-mail
                                                          Office    Residence
  1.      Govt. Polytechnic College, Sh. Piara         0183-      9914147049 0183-2258269
                                                                                                        www.gpamritsar.org
          Amritsar                   Singh             2258269,
                                                                                                     principal@gpamritsar.org
                                                       2451114
  2.      Govt. Polytechnic College, Sh. Ajay          01871-     98159-74542 01871-225689              www.gpbatala.org
          Batala                     Kumar Arora       240149
                                                       225689                                     principalgpbatala@yahoo.co.in
  3.      Govt. Polytechnic College, Sh. Yadwinder 0164-                        2246182
                                                                  94171-30600                          www.gpcbathinda.org
          Bathinda.                  Singh         2246394,
                                                                                                   balkar_sandhu@yahoo.com
  4.      Govt. Polytechnic College, Sh. Dhanpat     01851-      98159848007 -
          Bhikhiwind                 Raj             272619
  5.      Govt. Polytechnic College, -               01632-      -              01632-222037
                                                                                                 gpfzr-dteitpb@punjabmail.gov.in
          Ferozepur                                  222037,
                                                     225414
  6.      Govt. Polytechnic College, -               01636-      -              01636-280735         www.govtpolygtbgarh.org
          GTB Garh                                   280735
  7.      Pt. J.R. Govt. Polytechnic Smt. Rachna 01882-          01882-251489 01882-250377                www.jrgph.com
          College, Hoshiarpur                        252387      94176-48804
  8.      Govt. Polytechnic College, Sh.Daljinder 0160-          9815979554 2281567
                                                                                                   principalgpckm@yahoo.com
          Khunimajra                   Singh         2281567
                                                     98760-
                                                     84175
  9.      Govt. Polytechnic College Sh. Gian         0183-       9417534311     0183-2421337
                                                                                                      gpgasr@rediffmail.com
          for Girls, Amritsar          Ranjan        2421337
  10.     Govt. Polytechnic College Sh. Vijay        01875-                     -              gpgdina-dteitpb@punjabmail.gov.in
                                                                 -
          for Girls, Dina Nagar        Kumar         266776
  11.     Govt. Polytechnic, for       Sh. Narinder 0181-        94173-82868 0181-2243846      gpgjal-dteitpb@punjabmail.gov.in
          Girls, Jalandhar             Singh         2457192
  12.     Govt. Polytechnic College Sh. M.P. Singh 0161-         9814303608     0161-2476223   gpcgldh-dteitpb@punjabmail.gov.in
           for Girls, Ludhiana                       2303223,
                                                     2304676
  13.     Govt. Polytechnic College Sh. Manjit       0175-                      0175-2370158
                                                                 0175-2308855                  www.gpcgpatiala.org
          for Girls, Patiala           Singh Maan 2370158,
                                                                 9814822894                    principal@gpcgpatiala.org
                                                     2371970
  14.     Govt. Polytechnic for Girls, Sh. Gurcharan 0172-       9814822894     -                principal_gpwropar@yahoo.co.in
          Ropar( Campus at Head Singh                2620789
          office) Chd.                                                                            sarwmohan_singh@yahoo.co.in
  15.     Govt. Institute of            Sh. Naunihal   0183-     9888010757     0183-2421763
                                                                                               www.gigtasr.org principal@gigtasr.org
          Garments Tech., Hall          Singh          2421763
          Gate, Amritsar
  16.     Punjab Institute of Textile   Sh. Narinder   0183-     0183-          0183-2257799
                                                                                                       www.pittamritsar.org
          Technology, Opp. GNDU,        Kumar          2257799   5066401,
          Amritsar                                               9417272151                            info@pittamritsar.org
  17.     Govt. Tanning Institute,      Sh. Baljit     0181-     9855688099     0181-2472242              www.gtijal.org
          Jalandhar.                    Singh          2253189
                                                                                                  harish_kumar435@yahoo.com
  18.     Govt. Institute of T.C. &     Sh. Kirpal    0161-      9814709187     0161-5029380
                                                                                                      www.gitcktpolyldh.com
          KT, Ludhiana.                 Singh Bhullar 2302262
                                                                                                principalgitcktludhiana@yahoo.com
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                                      Aided Polytechnics
     Name of Institute       Name of     Tel.( office)                     Fax No.
                                                       Tel ( Resi)                                Website/ E-mail
                             Head
1.   Mehar Chand Polytechnic Sh. Jagroop 0181-                              0181-2203305
                                                       0181-2202596,                              www.mcpjal.com
     College, Jalandhar      Singh       22501840
                                                       9814193770
                                                                                               mcpolycjal@yahoo.co.
2.   Guru Nanak Dev            Sh. Birinder 0161-          0161-2522640    0161-2504455           www.gndpoly.org
     Polytechnic College,      Singh        2490654        98722-22640
     Ludhiana.                                                                              principalgndp@rediffmail
3.   Baba Hira Singh Bhattal   Dr. Varinder 01676-
                                                           9463861224      01676-272800           www.bhsbiet.ac.in
     College of Engg. &        Sahni        272800
     Technology (Polytechnic                                                                     info@bhsbiet.ac.in
     Wing), Lehragaga
4.   Ramgarhia Polytechnic,   Sh. Vir Singh01824-          0183-2485527,   01824-507532, www.ramgarhiapolytechnic.
     Phagwara                              260471,         9855480471      268471        info@ramgarhiapolytechnic.
                                           268471
5.   Thapar Polytechnic,      Sh. O.P.     0175-           0175-2305028    0175-2365554     principaltppatiala@yahoo
     Patiala                  Goyal        2393744,        98158-01695
                                           2365554
6.   Beant College of Engg. & Dr. Nirmal 01874-            01874-221463                         www.bcetgsp.ac.in
     Tech. (Polytechnic Wing) Singh        221463
     Gurdaspur
                                           221464
7.   Shaheed Bhagat Singh     Dr. T.S,     01632-                          01632-242138           www.sbscet.ac.in
     College of Engg. & Tech. Sidhu        500798
     (Polytechnic Wing)
     Ferozepur.
                                                       125




                                       Private Polytechnics

        Name of Institute        Name of Head      Tel.( office)                 Fax No.
                                                                   Tel ( Resi)                      Website/ E-mail
1.    Sai Polytechnic College, Sh. S.K.Puri     01871-
      Manawala.                                 250002
                                                 250202
2.    Satyam Polytechnic &     Sh. Kapil Sharma 01851-
      Pharmacy College, Ram                     244618
      Tirath, Amritsar
3.    Guru Gobind Singh        Dr. Narinder     01655-             98159-12753 01655-             ggspoly@yahoo.co.in
      Polytechnic, Talwandi    Singh            220432                         220432
      Sabo
4.    Malwa College of         Sh. Krishan      0164-              9417065166    0164-          www.malwainstitute.com
      Pharmacy, Bathinda       Goyal (Director) 3299580                          2241267
      Mukatsar Road, Vill Deon                                                                  malwabti@rediffmail.com
5.    College of Pharmacy,       S. Sarabjeet      0164-           9815607917    0164-
                                                                                                     www.adesh.in
      AIMSR, Bathinda            Singh Brar        5009211                       2742901
                                                                                              brarsarabjeet32@yahoo.com
6.    Saraswati Polytechnic      Sh. Pawan         0164-           99157-62500 0164-
      College, Balluana          Kumar             2237614                     2444400
      (Bathinda)
7.    Regional Polytechnic       Sh Gurlab Singh 0164-
      College, Behman Diwana                     2224755
      (Bathinda)
8.    SD College of Pharmacy,    Sh. V.K. Bansal   01679-          01679-241742 241505        www.sdcollegeinstitutions.org
      Barnala                                      239305,         9463864065
                                                   200187                                      vijaybansal42@yahoo.com
9.    Malwa Polytechnic          Sh. A.S.Gill      01639-          9855254322    01639-
                                                                                              malwa_poly1@rediffmail.com
      College, Faridkot                            240077,                       240077
                                                   240103                                      www.malwapolytechnic.com
10.   Abnoor Polytechnic         Sh. Balwant       01639-          9257298099    01639-
                                                                                                Abbnoor @rediffmail.com
      College, Faridkot          Singh Romana,     262498          9872661498    262498
                                 Chariman
11.   RIMT Polytechnic           Prof. Harsh       01765-          0175-2352541 01765-       www.rimtpolytech.com
      College, Mandi             Sadawasti         242128,                      241405
                                                                   98141-76988               harshsada@yahoo.com
      Gobindgarh                                   242138,
                                                   241407
12.   BBSB Polytechnic         Er. Atamjeet        01763-          01763-        01763-            www.bbsbpc.org
      College, Fatehgarh Sahib Singh               324513          324519,       232313
                                                                                                 bbsbpc@hotmail.com
                                                                   9914122680
13    Saint Kabir Polytechnic,   Sh. Kanwaljeet    01638-          9815284088    01638-          www.saintkabiredu.org
      Fazilka.                   Singh             260795,                       263709      saintkabir2007@rediffmail.com
                                                   267695
14    Punjab College of        Sh. Nishan          01632-          9876196409    01632-
                                                                                              pcpharmacy@rediffmail.com
      Pharmacy, Ferozepur      Kumar               226723                        257035
15    Maa Saraswati College of Sh. Sanjeev         01634-          9814181763    01634503013 mscopabohar@sancharnet.in
      Pharmacy, Vill Kala      Kumar Bhatia        234570,
      Tibba, Abohar                                503002
                               Sh. J.P. Singh      01634-          92161-27800
16    Abohar Polytechnic                           230870          92176-34562
      College, Kala Tibba                          94176-
      (Abohar                                      06606
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                                                  01638-    94632-00099             gh_iti_fazilka@yahoo.com
17   Jiwan Jyoti Polytechnic                      224022    94179-82573
     College, Jalalabad
18   JRM AB College of           Sh. Ashwani    0186-                    0186-
                                                            9814452579,                 jrmabp_ptk@yahoo.co.in
     Pharmacy Pathankot          Kumar Sehgal   2234060,    0186-2223579 2234060
                                                3090578
19   Sai Polytechnic, Badhani, Sh. C.P. Kaushal 01870-      01882-        01870-       saipolytechnic@gmail.com
     Pathankot                                  250302,     2236575,      250302
                                                218516      9814104969
20   VMS College of            Sh. J.S.         01871-      -             01871-
     Pharmacy, Vill            Randhawa         225900                    225900
     SaidMubarak, Batala
21   VMS Polytechnic, Vill     Sh. A.K. Puri    01871-      225757 (o)    01871-
     SaidMubarak, Batala                        205580,                   225900
                                                981492771
                                                6
22   Aman Bhalla Polytechnic, Lt Col T.J. Singh 0186-       0186-         0186-     www.amanbhallafoundation.com
     Kotli, PO. Jhakolari,     (Retd)           5083009     5083005,      2265410
     Pathankot                                              9815653414              amanbhallafoundation@yahoo.
                                                                                                 o.in
23   S. Sukhjinder Singh         Sh. Swainder     01874-    9317600018    01874-    www.sukhjindersinghinstitutes.c
     College of Pharmacy, Vill   Singh Gill       243241                  243241    m
     Hayat Nagar                                                                    sspcgsp@rediffmail.com
24   S. Sukhjinder Singh         Sh. B.S. Sodhi   01874-    9317903411    01874-    www.sukhjindersinghinstitutes.c
     Polytechnic College, Vill                    243241                  243241    m
     Hayat Nagar
25   Sri Sai College of          Dr. H.S. Rao     01870-                  01870-
                                                            9463955555                  www.srisaiinstitutes.com
     Pharmacy, Badhani,                           250602                  250602
     Pathankot                                                                          hsrao2011@yahoo.com
26   Sardar Bahadur Cat.         Sh. Pushpinder 925726800 9216868006, 01883-
                                                                                          www.sgndetrust.com
     Mehtab Singh Inst. Of       Pal Singh Bajwa 1        9878628999 246906
     Tech., Attalgarh
     (Mukerian)
27   Guru Nanak Institute of     Sh. Preet        92171-    92168-00726 01886-
                                                                                          www.sgndetrust.com
     Technology, Vill Dalewal,   Mohinder Singh   68001                 250666
     P.O. Hariana                Bajwa

28   Guru Nanak Institute of Mr. Yogesh           98161-    9816130267    01886-
     Pharmacy, Vill Dalewal, Gupta                30267                   250786
     P.O. Hariana
29    GES Polytechnic College, Sh. Gurmukh        01882-    98769-96582
     Lohar Kangna              Singh              251582
     (Hoshiarpur)
30   CT Institute of Pharmacy, Mrs. Sukhbeer      0181-     9814275574    0181-             info@ctgroup.in
     Vill Shahpur              Kaur               2995967-                2995995
                                                  68,                                       www.ctgroup.in
                                                  981434765
                                                  7
31   CT Polytechnic, Vill        Sh. Joginder     0181-     9914003901    0181-             info@ctgroup.in
     Shahpur                     Singh Riyat      299596768               2995995
                                                                                            www.ctgroup.in
32   St. Soldier Polytechnic & Sh. Anil Chopra    0181-
     Pharmacy                                     2472249
     College,Jalandhar
33   Lord Krishna Polytechnic S. Surjeet Singh    01822-    99157-02317 01822-          www.lordkrishnaedu.org
     College, Subhanpur        Panesar            260023,               260201
     Road, Kapurthala                             260202                             lord_krishna123@yahoo.com
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34   Lovely Institute of       Sh. JDS Bedi      01824-    9872310004    01824-         www.lovelyinstitutes.com
     Technology (Polytechnic),                   501203                  240830
     Lovely Valley,                                                                vishal.ricky2002@gmail.com
35   Lovely Institute of    Dr. Monika Gulati    01824-    9915020408    01824-         www.lovelyinstitutes.com
     Technology (Pharmacy),                      501900                  240830
     Lovely Valley,
36   Shree Ganpati          Sh. Rakesh Bajaj     94172-
     Polytechnic College,                        65203
     Nanakpur (Kapurthala)
37   Central Tool Room,     A.K. Mittal         0161-      0161-        2674746          www.ctrludhiana.com
     Ludhiana                                   2670058-59 25210320
                                                           9878200320
38   GGN Khalsa College of     Sh. Kuldip Singh 0161-                   0161-
                                                           0161-2300717
     Pharmacy, Ludhiana                         2401546, 9814637075, 2432027
                                                2412869    9915279722
39   GHG Khalsa college of     Dr. V.K. Kapoor   01624-    0172-         01624-          vkkuips@yahoo.com
     Pharmacy, Gurusar                           277727    2632496,      275469
     Sudhar                                                9872451895
40   R&D Center for Bicycle & Sh. Paramjit       0161-     0161-2410144 0161-            bsmc@satyam.net.in
     Sewing Machine,          Singh              2672098   98146-34886 2672098
     Ludhiana
41   GHG College of           Dr. B.L. Bansal  01624-      01624-        01624-    www.ghgraikot.com
     Pharmacy, Raikot                          264244,     265344,       264344
                                                                                   ghgraikot@yahoo.com
                                               265344      9814211544
42   Baba Kundan College of Sh. Bala Krishan 0161-         0161-         0161-
                                                                                        sahilhora@yahoo.com
     Pharmacy, Ludhiana                        2300557,    2300993,      2300557
                                               988866277   9417202820
                                               6,
                                               941734854
                                               9
43   MMB Polytechnic           Dr. Kuldeep     01659-      01666-        01659-
                                                                                       mmbcolleg@gmail.com
     College, Fatta Maloka,    Singh           259001      234418,       259001
     Mansa                                                 9416146980
44   Baba Ishar Singh          Sh. U.S. Chawla 01682-      9316161317    01682-
                                                                                      us_chawla@rediffmail.com
     Polytechnic College, Kot-                 240059                    240610
     Ise-Khan
45   Baba Ishar Singh College Sh. G.S. Roy     01682-      01636-238268 01682-
     of D. Pharmacy, Gagra                     241295                   241728
                                                           9888181755
46   Indo Soviat Friendship    Sh. Darshan       01636-    0161-2461633 01636-              www.isfcp.org
     College of Pharmacy,      Singh             324200-01              236564
     Moga                                                                               isfpharm@yahoo.com
47   Lala Lajpat Rai           Sh. Amarjeet                01636-234164 01636-     www.llrmpolytechnic.com
                                                 01636-
     Polytechnic College,      Singh Aulakh      263390,   9814300440 263893       llrm_principal@yahoo.com
     Ajitwal                                     263892-93
48   Lala Lajpat Rai College of Sh. B.S. Bajwa   01636-                 01636-
                                                           01636-321656                  llrcp@rediffmail.com
     Pharmacy, Moga                              501067    9815640751 265319
49   YRS Polytechnic College, Er. V.K. Banga 01636-        9417800072    01636-
                                                                                        yrs.moga@gmail.com
     Moga                                        501081                  509245
50   Shayam Lal Thapar          Dr. Thapar       01636-    9915713201    01636-
     Pharmacy, Moga             (Director)       278600                  237332
51   M.L. Memorial              Dr. Suresh Kumar 01636-    98141-63415
     Polytechnic College, Killi Bansal           250097
     Challan (Moga)
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52   SUS Polytechnic College, S.K. Girdhar.   0160-      98150-13153     01762-
                                                                                               www.suspc.in
     Tangori, Mohali                          2257180,                   507245
                                              2257190
53   GGS Polytechnic College, Sh. Harbender   0160-      9876702008      0160-
     Kharar                   Singh           5009703,                   5001212
                                              3292205
54   Chandigarh College of    Sh. G.D. Bansal 0160-                      0160-               www.cecmohali.org
                                                         9815948415,
     Pharmacy, Landran                        2250787-90 0172-2548415    2250788-90
                                                                                             info@cecmohali.org
55   Doaba College of          Dr. V.J. Dhar     0160-      9815998801   0160-          www.doabagroupcolleges.co.in
     Pharmacy, Vill Ghataur                      2285152-58              2285158
                                                                                          doaba_diet@yahoo.co.in
56   Longowal College of       Sh. R.K. Maggu    01762-    0172-2593410 01762-              lcppd@hotmail.com
     Pharmacy, Shakati                           281938,   9872979472 282718
     Nagar, Derabassi
                                                 272718
57   Saheed Bahagat Singh      Sh. Gurmit Singh 01851-     0183-5066340 01851-              www.ssietpatti.org
     Polytechnic, Patti                         244618,    9417146220 243468
                                                243468                                  sbspolytechnic@yahoo.com
58   Punjab Polytechnic        Crd. B.S. Saini   01762-    9417514256    01762-                www.pcet.org
     College, Vill Malakpur,                     249678,                 249679
     Lalru Mandi                                 395760                                      contact@pcet.org
59   Swami Permanand          Er. J.K. Sharma    01762-    0172-         01762-
     Polytechnic, Jaulan                         294381    2567483,      249070
     Kalan, Lalru                                          9216799022
60   Adesh Polytechnic        Sh. Rajinder       01633-    0164-         01633-
                                                                                          www.adeshgroup.com
     College, Ferozepur Road, Kumar Goel         253050,   2235591,      261212
     Mukatsar                                    253531    98552-53111                 adeshpolytechnic@zapak.com
61   GTBK Polytechnic          Sh.M.S. Dhillon   01637-    01634-        01637-
                                                                                              www.gtbkpc.org
     Chhapianwali, Malout                        261735,   253451,       264260
                                                 260835    9417784141                 principalgtbkpc@rediffmail.com
62   Doaba Polytechnic,       Col. V.K. Sood     01881-    9815072491    01881-
     Raipur Kalan, Nawan                         273681                  273681
     Shehar
63   Rayat Polytechnic        Sh. Rattan         01881-                01881-         www.rayatpolytechnic.com
                                                           01881-
     College, Railmajra, Near Bhandari           270500,   272337,     270501
     Ropar                                       270501    98884-77722
64   K.C. Polytechnic,         Er. S.S. Chahal  01823-     99141-00586 01823-              www.kcinstitutes.com
     Nawanshahar                                232499,                229078
                                                503836,                               polytechnic_kc@yahoo.com
                                                323978
65   Doaba Polytechnic         Sh. Manjit Singh 0172-                    0160-
     College, Vill. Chhokra                     4614851                  2285154
     Teh. Rahon                                                                       Email ID-dpc.rahon@gamil.com
     (Nawansharher)
66   Akal College of Pharmacy Sh. Kanwaljeet     01672-    98887-00025 01672-             akal_12@rediffmail.com
     Mastuana                 Singh Barar        289287                289795
67   Desh Bhagat Polytechnic Sh. Ranbir Singh 01675-       0172-       01675-         dbpc_dhuri@sancharnet.in
     College, Bardhbal, Dhuri Guraya          266098       2632213,    266098
                                                           94173-12441
68   Bhai Gurdas Polytechnic, Sh. Amarjit Singh 01672-                 01672-              www.bhaigurdas.com
     Sangrur                  Cheema            278528-29, 98156-50964 278529
                                                98142-
                                                64300
                                                         129


69   Universal Polytechnic    Sh. Madan Lal           0172-
     College, Borewal (Mansa) Kakkar                  2585810
70   Punjab Multipurpose      Mr. Vijay Kumar         01679-     01675-        01679-
     Medical Institute, Sehna                         270442     220938,       270442
                                                                 9216531010
71   Vidya Sagar Polytechnic Sh. Jagjeet Singh                   98720-82258
     College, Dhuri.

72   Vidya Rattan Polytechnic Sanjay Singla                      9915068497
     College, Khokhar
     (Sangrur)
73   Onkar College of         Sh. Kuldeep             92168-
                                                                 01676-
     Pharmacy, Vill Sajuma, Singh                     76040
                                                                 272740,
     Sunam                                                       9872072740
74   Akal College of               Sh. Manish         01672-     9872262777    01672-
     Pharmacy, Guru Sagar,         Goswami            289283,
                                                                               289283
     Mastuana Sahib                                   289272,
                                                      98145-
                                                      31411
75   Lord Krishna Pharmacy         Smt. Neena         01676-     9814914435    01676-
     College, Kokhar               Bansal             210550
                                                                               210550
     (Lehragaga)

76   Shri Balaji College of        Vijay Kumar        01672-
     Polytechnic, Sangruir                            234003
     Road, Patiala
77   Jasdev Singh Sandhu           Tejinderpal Singh 0175-
     Polytechnic College Vill.     Sandhu            26631228-
     Kauli (Patiala)
78   Bhai Gurdas Global            Sh.                           98142-64300
     Polytechnic College, Vill.    H.S.Jawandha
     Rakhra (Patiala)
79   Patiala Polytechnic           Harsimran Singh 0175-         9815878653
     College, Main Patiala                         2303794
     Nabha Road Vill. Rakhra
     (Patiala)
80   Punjab Polytechnic            Sh. Nirmal Singh 01763-       9417043084
     College, Vill. Raipur, Seel                    248862
     Road Near Bahadurgarh
     Distt. Patiala.
                                   Sh. Jatinder       01874-
81   Guru Teg Bahadur
     Polytechnic College,          Singh Attwal       276564
     Agampur (Anandpur
     Sahib)Distt. Ropar
82   Vidya Sagar Institute of      Sh.Krishan Goyal              9316917755
     Polytechnic and               ( Secretary)
     Pharmacy, Ahlupur Teh.
     Sardulgarh, Mansa.
83   Punjab Institute of           Nirmal Singh       0176-      9417212419
     Technical Education Vill.                        3248666
     Sarkapra PO Chunni
     Kalan (Fatehgarh Sahib)
84   Mohali Institute of           Dr. S.P. Singh     0172-
     Technical Education, Vill.                       2636959
     Ballopur, Lalru Mandi
     (Mohali)
                                                        130


85   Punjab Multipurpose Instt. Sh. Vijay Kumar      94179-    01679-270194
     of Pharmacy, Shaina,        Sh. Sanjeev         39269     93175-12009
     Sangrur
86   Barnala Polytechnic         Dr. Sandeep         01679-    9814035017
     College, Barnala-           Kumar               200799
     Dhanaula Road, Barnala
87   Akal Polytechnic College, Sh. Amarjit Singh               9814341284
     Rureke Kalan, Barnala-
     Mansa Road Distt.
     Barnala.
88   B.R. Mahindra               Narinder Goyral     01655-    09215800471
     Polytechnic College, Vill. (Chairman)           241393
     Jajjal, Rama Mandi
     (Bathinda)
89   Guru Ram Dass               Surjeet Singh       0164-   9417641931
     Polytechnic College,        (Dhillon)           3206464
     Bathinda-Kotkapura Road
     Near Jeeda (Bathinda)
90   Hi-Tech Polytechnic         Sh. Sarbjit Singh   0164-
     College, Vill. Jai Singh    Brar                2211724
     Wala, Badal Road, Distt.
     Bathinda.
91   Aklia Polytechnic           S. Labh Singh       0164-   9814341294
     College, Vill. Aklia Kalan, ( President)        2169980
     P.O. Goniana Mandi
     Distt., Bathinda
92   Punjab College of           S. Amarjit Singh    0164-
     Pharmacy, Vill Katar        ( Chairman)         253195
     Singh Wala, Mansa Road,
     Bathinda.
93   Pathankot Polytechnic       Sh. Akhil           0172-                    0186-
                                                             9872682837
     College, Pathankot.         Mahajan             5100490                  2224711
                           131




                 Chapter-11 (Manual-10)

The Monthly Remuneration Received By Each of its Officers
 and Employees, Including the System of Compensation as
                 Provided in Regulations
                                                   132




Monthly Remuneration Received by Officer/employees.


11.1             Information in following format

                 at Head Office:

Sr.    Designation                        Monthly remuneration    Compensation/       The procedure
No.                                                               Compensatory        to deter mine
                                                                  allowance           the
                                                                                      remuneration as
                                                                                      given in the
                                                                                      regulation
1.     Additional Director                Rs. 37,400-67,000 +     As per rate fixed   As per Finance
                                          Rs. 8700 GP             by            the   Department
                                                                  Government          Rules.
2.     Deputy Director                    Rs. 15,600-39,100   +   -do-                -do-
                                          Rs. 7800 GP
3.     T.P.O.                             Rs. 15,600-39,100   +   -do-                -do-
                                          Rs. 6600 GP
4.     Assistant Director-cum-Registrar   Rs. 10,300-34,800   +   -do-                -do-
                                          Rs. 4200 GP
5.     Programmer                         Rs. 10,300-34,800   +   -do-                -do-
                                          Rs. 5000 GP
6.     Assistant Director                 Rs. 15,600-39,100   +   -do-                -do-
                                          Rs. 5400 GP
7.     Assistant Controller (F&A)         Rs. 10,300-34,800   +   -do-                -do-
                                          Rs. 4400 GP
8.     Supdt. Grade-I                     Rs. 10,300-34,800   +   -do-                -do-
                                          Rs. 5000 GP
9.     Supdt. Grade-II                    Rs. 10,300-34,800   +   -do-                -do-
                                          Rs. 4200 GP
10.    Section Officer                    Rs. 10,300-34,800   +   -do-                -do-
                                          Rs. 4400 GP
11.    Senior Assistant                   Rs. 10,300-34,800   +   -do-                -do-
                                          Rs. 3800 GP
12.    Auditor                            Rs. 10,300-34,800   +   -do-                -do-
                                          Rs. 3800 GP
13.    Workshop Instructor                Rs. 10,300-34,800   +   -do-                -do-
                                          Rs. 3600 GP
14.    Senior Scale Stenographer          Rs. 10,300-34,800   +   -do-                -do-
                                          Rs. 3800 GP
15.    Junior Scale Stenographer          Rs. 5910-20,200     +   -do-                -do-
                                          Rs. 2400 GP
16.    Driver                             Rs. 5910-20,200     +   -do-                -do-
                                          Rs. 2000 GP
                                             133



17.   Steno typist                  Rs. 5910-20,200     +   -do-                -do-
                                    Rs. 2000 GP
18.   Clerk/Junior Asstt            Rs. 5910-20,200     +   -do-                -do-
                                    Rs. 1900 GP /
                                    Rs. 5910-20,200     +
                                    Rs. 2800 GP
19.   Restorer                      Rs. 5910-20,200     +   -do-                -do-
                                    Rs. 1900 GP
20    Sweeper-cum-Chowkidar         Rs. 4900-10,680     +   -do-                -do-
                                    Rs. 1300 GP
21.   Peon                          Rs. 4900-10,680     +   -do-                -do-
                                    Rs. 1300 GP
22.   Daftri                        Rs. 4900-10,680     +   -do-                -do-
                                    Rs. 1400 GP
23.   Gestatnor Operator            Rs. 4900-10,680     +   -do-                -do-
                                    Rs. 1650 GP
24.   Photostat Operator            Rs. 5910-20,200     +   -do-                -do-
                                    Rs. 1900 GP
25.   Receptionist                  Rs. 5910-20,200     +   -do-                -do-
                                    Rs. 1900 GP
26.   Data Operator                 Rs. 4900-10,680     +   -do-                -do-
                                    Rs. 1650 GP
27.   E.P.B.X. Operator             Rs. 4910-10,680     +   -do-                -do-
                                    Rs. 1650 GP


b.      Field

Sr.   Designation                   Monthly remuneration    Compensation/       The procedure
No.                                                         Compensatory        to deter mine
                                                            allowance           the
                                                                                remuneration as
                                                                                given in the
                                                                                regulation
1.    Principal                     Rs. 37,400-67,000 +     As per rate fixed   As per Finance
                                    Rs. 8700 GP             by            the   Department
                                                            Government          Rules.
2.    Head of Department            Rs. 15,600-39,100   +   -do-                -do-
                                    Rs. 7800 GP
3.    Senior Lecturer               Rs. 15,600-39,100   +   -do-                -do-
                                    Rs. 6600 GP
4.    System Manager                Rs. 15,600-39,100   +   -do-                -do-
                                    Rs. 6600 GP
5.    Lecturer                      Rs. 15,600-39,100   +   -do-                -do-
                                    Rs. 5400 GP
6.    Workshop Supdt                Rs. 15,600-39,100   +   -do-                -do-
                                    Rs. 5400 GP
7.    Workshop Foreman Instructor   Rs. 15,600-39,100   +   -do-                -do-
                                    Rs. 5400 GP
8.    Programmer                    Rs. 10,300-34,800   +   -do-                -do-
                                    Rs. 5000 GP
9.    Heat treatment Instructor     Rs. 5910-20,200     +   -do-                -do-
                                    Rs. 2800 GP
10.   Instrument Repair             Rs. 5910-20,200     +   -do-                -do-
                                    Rs. 2800 GP
11.   Draftsman                     Rs. 10,300-34,800   +   -do-                -do-
                                    Rs. 3800 GP
                                           134



12.   P.T.I./D.P.I.               Rs. 10,300-34,800   +   -do-   -do-
                                  Rs. 3200 GP
13    Librarian                   Rs. 5910-20,200     +   -do-   -do-
                                  Rs. 2800 GP
14.   Assistant Librarian         Rs. 5910-20,200     +   -do-   -do-
                                  Rs. 2400 GP
15.   Office Supdt.               Rs. 10,300-34,800   +   -do-   -do-
                                  Rs. 4200 GP
16.   Senior assistant            Rs. 10,300-34,800   +   -do-   -do-
                                  Rs. 3800 GP
17.   Clerk                       Rs. 5910-20,200     +   -do-   -do-
                                  Rs. 1900 GP
18.   Junior Scale Stenographer   Rs. 5910-20,200     +   -do-   -do-
                                  Rs. 2400 GP
19.   Steno typist                Rs. 5910-20,200     +   -do-   -do-
                                  Rs. 2000 GP
20.   Boiler Incharge             Rs. 5910-20,200     +   -do-   -do-
                                  Rs. 2800 GP
21.   Junior Lab Technician       Rs. 5910-20,200     +   -do-   -do-
                                  Rs. 2800 GP

22.   Gestatnor Operator          Rs. 4900-10,680     +   -do-   -do-
                                  Rs. 1650 GP
23.   Electrician                 Rs. 5910-20,200     +   -do-   -do-
                                  Rs. 1900 GP
24.   Fitter                      Rs. 5910-20,200     +   -do-   -do-
                                  Rs. 1900 GP
25.   General Mechanic            Rs. 5910-20,200     +   -do-   -do-
                                  Rs. 1900 GP
26.   Driver                      Rs. 5910-20,200     +   -do-   -do-
                                  Rs. 2000 GP
27.   Senior Lab Assistant        Rs. 5910-20,200     +   -do-   -do-
                                  Rs. 1900 GP
28.   Lab Attendant               Rs. 5910-20,200     +   -do-   -do-
                                  Rs. 1900 GP
29.   Studio Assistant            Rs. 10,300-34,800   +   -do-   -do-
                                  Rs. 3200 GP
30.   Restorer                    Rs. 5910-20,200     +   -do-   -do-
                                  Rs. 1900 GP
31.   Mason-cum-Carpenter         Rs. 5910-20,200     +   -do-   -do-
                                  Rs. 1900 GP
32.   Library Attendant           Rs. 4900-10,680     +   -do-   -do-
                                  Rs. 1300 GP
33.   Plumber                     Rs. 5910-20,200     +   -do-   -do-
                                  Rs. 1900 GP
34.   Typewriter Mechanic         Rs. 5910-20,200     +   -do-   -do-
                                  Rs. 1900 GP
35.   Record Restorer             Rs. 5910-20,200     +   -do-   -do-
                                  Rs. 1900 GP
36.   Cwokidar                    Rs. 4900-10,680     +   -do-   -do-
                                  Rs. 1300 GP
37.   Hammerman                   Rs. 4900-10,680     +   -do-   -do-
                                  Rs. 1300 GP
38.   Class Room Cleaner          Rs. 4900-10,680     +   -do-   -do-
                                  Rs. 1300 GP
39.   Baildar                     Rs. 4900-10,680     +   -do-   -do-
                                  Rs. 1300 GP
40.   Mali                        Rs. 4900-10,680     +   -do-   -do-
                                  Rs. 1300 GP
                                       135



41.   Cammon-Room-Attendant    Rs. 4900-10,680   +   -do-   -do-
                               Rs. 1300 GP
42.   Store Cooli              Rs. 4900-10,680   +   -do-   -do-
                               Rs. 1300 GP
43    Typewriter Attendant     Rs. 4900-10,680   +   -do-   -do-
                               Rs. 1300 GP
44.   Workshop Cleaner         Rs. 4900-10,680   +   -do-   -do-
                               Rs. 1300 GP
45.   Sweeper                  Rs. 4900-10,680   +   -do-   -do-
                               Rs. 1300 GP

46.   Peon-cum-Chowkidar       Rs. 4900-10,680   +   -do-   -do-
                               Rs. 1300 GP
47.   Peon                     Rs. 4900-10,680   +   -do-   -do-
                               Rs. 1300 GP
48.   Mali-cum-Chowkidar       Rs. 4900-10,680   +   -do-   -do-
                               Rs. 1300 GP
49.   Daftri                   Rs. 4900-10,680   +   -do-   -do-
                               Rs. 1650 GP
50.   Machine Shop Attendant   Rs. 4900-10,680   +   -do-   -do-
                               Rs. 1300 GP
51.   Animal House Attendant   Rs. 4900-10,680   +   -do-   -do-
                               Rs. 1300 GP
                         136




             Chapter-12 (Manual-11)

       The Budget Allocated to each Agency
(Particulars of all plans, proposed expenditures and
           reports on disbursement made)
                                                         137




                For Public Authorities responsible for development, construction, technical
                works


12.1            Information about the details of the budget for different activities under
                different schemes in the given format


Sr   Name   of   the   Activity     Starting    Planned      Amount      Amount      Amou      Actual       Responsible
No   Scheme Head                    date of     end date     Proposed    Sanctione   nt        expenditu    officer for the
                                    the         of     the   (2007-08)   d           releas    re for the   quaintly    and
                                    activity    activity     (in lacs)   (2007-08)   ed        last year    completed
                                                                         (in lacs)   disbur    (2006-07)    exception of
                                                                                     sed       (in lacs)    the work
                                                                                     (no of
                                                                                     install
                                                                                     ments
1    2                 3            4           5            6           7           8         9            10

1.   001-              Expenditu    Since       Contin       244.66      240.64      -         212.39       Smt.
     Directorate       re of the                                                                            Sangeeta
                                    the         ued
     Administration    Directorat                                                                           Maini
                       e            Establi                                                                 Asstt.
                                                                                                            Director
                                    shment
                                                                                                            (Planning)
                                    of    the
                                    Depart
                                    ment
2.   104-              -            -           -            -           -           -         64.72        -do-
     Assistance to
     non-Govt.
     Tech. College
     & Institutes

3.   105-01 Govt.      -            -           -            2132.19     2103.23               1662.88      -do-
     Polytechnics

4.   105-02 Grant      -            -           -            140.00      140.00                100.00       -do-
     in Aid to Non-
     Govt
     Polytechnics
5.   105-03     Spl.   -            -           -            260.95      260.60                239.42       -do-
     Trade
     Institutes
6.   107               -            -           -            1.01        1.01                  0.37         -do-
     Scholarship
7    800-02 other      -            -           -            1384.00     1351.43               1178.13      -do-
     expenditure
8    800-03            -            -           -            189.89      189.89                65.25        -do-
     (NIPER) other
     expenditure
                                        138


     Statement showing the Budget & Expenditure of Plan Schemes period 2000-
     01 to 2006-07 according to office record.
     Budget Demanded
                                                        (In Lacs)
Year        Revenue                     Capital        Total
2001-02     5041.30                     1482.50        6523.80
2002-03     1315.20                     650.00         1965.20
2003-04     1579.50                     60.00          1639.50
2004-05     621.24                      205.00         826.24
2005-06     1075.00                     230.00         1305.00
2006-07     317.68                      139.35         457.33
2007-08     -                           1455.00        1455.00



     Budget approved                                    (In Lacs)


Year               Revenue              Capital        Total
2001-02            2632.10              796.00         3428.10
2002-03            387.60               Nil            387.60
2003-04            427.50               60.00          487.50
2004-05            656.24               170.00         826.24
2005-06            209.40               41.00          250.40
2006-07            317.68               139.35         457.33



     Revised Budget                                     (In Lacs)


Year               Revenue              Capital        Total
2001-02            1975.61              105.06         2080.67
2002-03            704.99               10.00          714.99
2003-04            291.70               10.00          301.70
2004-05            311.34               26.00          337.34
2005-06            --                   --             --
2006-07            194.95               139.35         334.30



     Expenditure                                        (In Lacs)

Year               Revenue              Capital        Total
2001-02            1085.73              Nil            1085.73
2002-03            463.83               Nil            463.83
2003-04            203.48               Nil            203.48
2004-05            216.67               6.98           223.65
2005-06            55.52                --             55.52
                                                       up to 6/05
2006-07
                                               139


Budget of Expenditure Statement under Major Head 2203- Technical Education (Non Plan) Viz-a-Viz
demand /Allotment & Expenditure.   (figure in lac)

      Year        Demand        Original       Revised         Expenditure     Excess       Saving (-)
                               Allotment      Estimates                          (+)
  2000-2001         2644.03       2201.89         2270.37           1697.53             -      572.84
  2001-2002         1897.31       2041.23            1509.04        1253.07             -      255.97
  2002-2003         3003.26       2372.77            2916.08        2774.16             -      141.92
  2003-2004         2821.85       2197.70            3617.87        3465.87             -      152.00
  2004-2005         2784.75       2786.97            2680.98        2444.48             -      236.50
  2005-2006         2957.92       2922.39            3235.21        3132.74             -      102.47
  2006-2007         3333.50       3226.65            3616.94        3523.16             -        93.78
  2007-2008         3912.08       4682.76            4286.70        4151.49             -      135.21
  2008-2009         5025.73       4335.77            4528.13        4468.14             -        59.99
  2009-2010         5752.82       4831.34            5226.54        2849.57             -            -
                                                                    (4/09 to
                                                                     11/09)
                     140




           Chapter-13 (Manual- 12)

The Manner of Execution of Subsidy Programmes
                                            141




13.1         Information as per the following format:

1.           Name of Programme/scheme

             Scholarship-1) centrally sponsored Post Matric Scholarship Scheme.
             2) Special Grant Scheme sponsored by Government of Punjab.


2.           Duration of the programme/scheme

       i)    The award once made will be tenable from the stage at which it is
             given to the completion of course subject to good conduct and
             regularity in attendance. It will be renewed from year to year provided
             that within a course which is continuous for a number of years, the
             scholar secures promotion to the next higher class irrespective of the
             fact whether such examinations are conducted by a University or the
             Institution.


       ii)   If   a   Scheduled   Caste/Scheduled Tribe scholar pursuing          Group    A
             courses fails in the examination for the first time, the award may be
             renewed. For second and subsequent failure in any class, the student
             shall bear his/her own expenses until he/she secures promotion to the
             next higher class.

       ii)   If a scholar is unable to appear in the annual examination owing to
             illness and or on account of any other unforeseeable event, the award may
             be renewed for the next academic year on submission of medical certificate
             and/or other required sufficient proof to the satisfaction of the Head of the
             Institution and his/her certifying that the scholar would have passed had he
             appeared in the examination.


       v)    If according to the Regulations of a University/Institution, a student is
             promoted to the next higher class even though he/she may not have actually
             passed in lower class and is required to take examination of a the junior
             class again after sometime, he/she will be entitled to scholarship for the class
                                     142


     to which he/she is promoted if the student is otherwise eligible for
     scholarship.

3.   Objective of the programme.

     The object of the scheme is to provide financial assistance to the SC / ST
     students, who are permanent resident of Punjab State studying at post
     matriculation or post secondary stage to enable them to complete their
     Education.

4.   Physical and financial targets of the programme (for the last year-2006-07)
     Rs. 195.30 lacs was distributed to the 750 Students studying in various
     Engineering and Polytechnic Colleges under Centrally sponsored Post Matric
     Scholarship Scheme and 33 Applications of Students studying in various
     Engineering and Polytechnic Colleges were received under Special Grant
     Scheme but no Bill has been passed whereas total grant available was 6.00
     lacs.


5.   Eligibility of Beneficiary.

     Merit-cum-mean basis and SC/ST students who are permanent resident of
     Punjab State and the income of their parents/guardian is less then 1.00 lac
     P.A. for the benefit under Centrally sponsored Post Matric Scholarship
     Scheme and scholarship is awarded to SC/ST student of Punjab State @
     125 Rs. per month for day scholar and @ Rs. 250 per month for hostler and
     ceiling of income of parents of guardians is Rs. 60,965 P.A..        .


6.   Pre-requisites for the benefit

     i)      The scholarships are open to national of India.
     ii)     These scholarships will be given for the study of all recognized post
             matriculation for post-secondary courses pursued in recognized
             institutions.
     iii)    Only those candidates who belong to Scheduled Castes and
             Scheduled       Tribes who    have   passed Matriculation   or Higher
             Secondary or any higher examination of a recognized University or
             Board of Secondary Education, will be eligible.
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           iv)     Students pursuing Post graduate courses in medicine will be eligible if
                   they are not allowed to practice during the period of their course.
           v)      No subsequent failure will be condoned except courses in Group ‗A‘
                   and no further change in the course will be allowed.
           vi)     Students who pursue their studies through correspondence courses
                   are also eligible. The term correspondence includes distant and
                   continuing education.
           vii)    Employed students who take leave without pay for the entire duration
                   of the course and study as full time students will be eligible for
                   scholarships.
           viii)   All children of the same parents/guardians will be entitled to receive
                   benefits of the scheme.

7.         Procedure to avail the benefits of the programme

           Application complete in all respects shall be submitted to the Head of the
           Institution, being attended or last attended by the candidates and shall be
           addressed to an officer specified for this purpose by the Government of
           State/Union Territory to which the student belongs, in accordance with the
           instructions issued by them from time to time.

8          Criteria for deciding eligibility.

     i)    All the eligible Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes candidates will be
           given scholarships subject to the application of Means Test prescribed in
           these Regulations.


     ii)   Candidates belonging to one State but studying in other State will be
           awarded scholarships by the State to which they belong and will submit their
           applications to the competent authorities in that State. In the matter of
           exemption from fees or other concessions also they will be treated as if they
           were studying in their own State.


9          Detail of the benefits given in the programme (also mention the amount
           of subsidy or other help given)

           Scholarships are paid according to the ‗means test‘
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             Full maintenance allowance and full fee. Full fees is reimburse under the
             centrally sponsored Post Matric Scholarship Scheme.


10.          Procedure for the distribution of the subsidy.

11           Where to apply or whom to contact in the office for applying.

             Principal / Head of the Institute.


12           Applicant fee (where applicable)

             Not applicable.

13           Other Fees (where applicable)

             Not applicable.

14           Application format (where applicable. If the application is made on plain
             paper please mention it along with what the applicant should mention
             in the application)

             SCHOLARSHIP FORM NO.1

             HISTORY   SHEET    OF                  THE        APPLICANT           FOR       POST-
             MATRIC/SCHOLARSHIP TO:-

         Portion not                                      SCHEDULED CASTES
          applicable                                       SCHEDULED TRIBES
          should be                                        DENOTIFIED TRIBES
          crossed out                                      NOMADIC TRIBES
          by the applicant                                 SEMI-NOMADIC TRIBES


          Note:-      The applicant should till in correctly the entries from 1 to 5 only. The
                      remaining entries will be filled in by the authority which awarded
                      scholarship.

1.    Full name of the applicant                    Shri/Shrimati/Kumari----------------------------
      (IN BLOCK LETTERS)


2.    Applicant belongs to---                       State_____________________
                                                    District___________________
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                                                  Permanent________________
                                                  Address__________________


3.    (a)(i) Whether Scheduled Castes, Scheduled
             Tribes, Denotified, Nomadic and
             Semi Nomadic Tribes
      (c)    Whether employed or not


4.    (a)    Course of Study for which scholarship desired
      (b)    Class and course studying
5.    Name of the institution where studying and it‘s complete
      Complete postal address


                    (To be filled in by the Awarding Authority)
6.    Year of applying
7.    Application/Folder File Number
8.    Whether awarded scholarship
9.    Monthly rate of maintenance charges fixed at
      the rate of___


                                                       Hosteller rate Rs.
                                                       ___________________

                                                       Day Scholar rate Rs.

10.   Total period for which the scholarship will be          From          To
      required for the completion of the course


11.   Date from which scholarship payable
12.   Progress Chart-(This may be filled up from the year of selection onwards making
      thereof the renewals made till the applicant completes the course).
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                                 FRESH
APPLICATION     FOR    GOVERNMENT          OF    INDIA   SCHEME       OF   POST-MATRIC
SCHOLARSHIP TO SCHEDULED CASTES, SCHEDULED TRIBES, DENOTIFIED,
NOMADIC AND SEMI-NOMADIC TRIBES STUDENTS FOR STUDIES IN INDIA




                                 2000 to 2001

                          (Instructions for the Applications)


1.   Before filling in the application form the applicant must carefully read the regulation
     of the scheme. These scholarships are for Post-Matriculation/Post-Secondary
     studies only.


2.   This form is intended for FRESH applicants and for those who were in receipt of
     scholarship in the previous year but have completed a stage of education (e. g.
     Intermediate / Pre-Professional / Pre- Medical/ Pre-Engineering etc.) and desire to
     apply for scholarship during the current year for studying a higher course of study
     (like Pre-University/Intermediate or M.A. after passing B.A. or M.B.B.S. after
     passing Pre-Medical Intermediate).


3.   The applicant must submit this application duly completed to the authority
     prescribed for this purpose by the Government of the State/Union Territory to which
     he/she actually belongs/permanently settled, before the last date of receipt of
     applications is over are over are liable to be rejected. The applications should NOT
     be sent to the Government of India.


4.   APPLICANT IS WARNED THAT IF HE/SHE SUBMITS THE APPLICATION BY
     GIVING FALSE STATEMENT, WRONG DECLARATION OF CASTES, INCOME
     ETC. OR OTHERWISE OBTAINS SCHOLARSHIP, THROUGH FRADULENT
     MEANS HE/SHE WILL BE BALCK LISTED AND DEBARRED FOR SCHOLARSHIP
     FOR EVER UNDER THIS OR ANY OTHER SCHOLARSHIP SCHEME. THE
     SCHOLARSHIP PAID WILL ALSO BE RECOVERED.
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                            PART (A)

       (Entries to be filled in by the applicant in neat and clean handwriting)



                                                                        Applicant must
                                                                        affix his/her
                                                                        passport size
To                                                                      photograph
                                                                        with his/her
       The Director of Public Instruction,                              Signature
       Punjab, Chandigarh.                                              thereon
Sir,

       I wish to other myself as a candidate for the award of a scholarship for the year
19_________________19_______________under the above-noted scheme.


       I belong to__________________and the other particulars given below:-


       ( ‗‘‘ The applicant should state whether he/she belongs to Scheduled Castes,
Scheduled Tribes, Denotified Nomadic, Semi-Nomadic Tribe or
Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, Denotified Nomadic and Semi-Nomadic Tribes
candidates should also indicate sub-caste);


1.     Name of the applicant in full____________________________________________
       BLOCK LETTERS (Women
       Candidate should also indicate
       Whether Miss/Mrs.)
2.     Date of Birth
3.     (i)    Nationality
       (ii)   State to which the applicant
              Actually belongs permanently
              settled___
                                                    State________________________
                                                    District_______________________
                                                    Full permanent address_______________
                                                    __________________________________
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4.     Present address______________________
5.     Whether married or single_______________
6.     State whether your father_______________
       Husband is alive_______________________
7.     Give full name, occupation and complete postal       Name__________________
       Address of your father/mother/husband/guardian       Occupation______________
                                                            Present address_________
                                                            Permanent address________


8.     Who supports you in your studies, i.e.
       Father/mother/guardian/husband or are
       You supporting yourself.
9.     If your father/mother guardian/husband/
       Supports you, please state:-
       The total annual income of your parents
       (Father and mother/guardian/husband)
       from all sources in the preceding year
       ending 31st March,19______


10.    Number of children receiving post-matric
       Education in the current year including in
       the applicant
Give their full particulars:
Name                Age               Class      and Full address of Whether applied
                                      course in which the   institution for            a
                                      studying        where studying Scholarship
                                                                        under       this
                                                                        scheme        is
                                                                        already       in
                                                                        receipt of a
                                                                        Scholarship
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11.      If you are supporting yourself please indicate:-
         (a) Your present occupation
         (b) Name and address of your employer
         (c) Total monthly income
         (d) Whether the applicant has to support a
                 family or not
         (e) The total annual income from all sources
                 of the family, including your own in the
                 Proceeding year ending on 31st March
12.      (i)     Were you in receipt of scholarship under
                 this scheme in the previous academic
                 year


         (ii)    If yes, indicate the course of study______


The Class
The Institution
13.      Give particulars of all examinations taken and Colleges/Universities attended
         commencing with the Matriculation or equivalent examination, attested copies of the
         certificates, diplomas, and degree should be attached. Any break in the educational
         carrier and how that was spent should be indicated in the remarks column. Where it
         is not possible to attach copy of the certificate, one attested copy of the Marks-
         Sheet be sent.



Sr.No.          Name of High        Date of    Name         Roll   Whether      Subjects   Remarks
                School/ College/    entering   of           No.    passed       taken
                University/Board,   and        exami-       and    or not, if
                etc., from which    leaving    nation       year   passed,
                examination was                taken               State
                taken                                              division
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14.    (i)      Course of study for which scholarship is
                now desired by the applicant
       (ii) Name and full address of the educational
                Institution where the applicant is studying
                the above course
       (iii) Class to which admitted
       (iv) Exact date of joining that class
       (v) Subject taken                                           From   To
       (vi) Total number of cars required for the com-
                pletion of the entire course referred to at (i)
       (vii) Likely date, month and year in which the
                final examination will be held and the
                Name of the University/Board which will
                award the final degree/diploma/certificate


       (viii)     Whether the course of study is a regular
                  day time/evening time course?
       (ix)       In case you are studying a regular evening
                  time course indicate how your day time is
                  utilised.
15.    Are you residing in the hostel of the institution
       on an approved hostel?


       (If yes, full particulars of the hostel and the
      hostel dues)
16.    (i)       If you belong to Scheduled Tribe, have you
                  attached Caste and Citizenship Certificate
                  along with this application
       (ii)       If you belong to Scheduled Caste, Denotified,
                  Nomadic and Semi-Nomadic Tribes, have you
                  attached along with this application the Caste
                  and Citizenship Certificate and income
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                   declaration
         (iii)     If you belong to Lower Income Group, have
                   you attached Citizenship and Income
                   Certificate along with this application
         (iv)      Have you attached (a) receipt in acknowledge-
                   ment of the Scholarship amount for the
                   previous academic year, (b) Parent‘s/
                   Guardian‘s Declaration and (c) Part ‗V‘
                   this application
                   I hereby declare that I have read the regulations of the Scheme and the
                   Statement made by me on this application form is correct. I further agree to
                   abide by the terms and conditions of the award, if I am selected for the
                   scholarship applied for.
                   I undertake that if any statement made by me is found incorrect by the
                   Government whose decision refunded by me and failing which the authority
                   awarding the scholarship will recover the amount through whatever means it
                   deems proper.
                   I fully understand the declaration of false statements will debar me for
                   scholarship for ever under the or any other scholarship scheme.


Place:                                                   Signature of the
Date:                                                    Applicant______________________

         PARENTS/GUARDIANS DECLARATION
(This declaration has to be given by father/mother/husband/guardian as the case may be
of the applicant)
         I certify that particulars given in the application and correct and if any of them is
found to be incorrect the Government‘s decision on whether the declaration of particulars
is false shall be final and binding on me. I undertake to refund to the Government on
demand           the   entire   amount   of   Scholarship,    etc.   that   may   be   paid   to   my
son/daughter/wife/ward failing which the Government may recover the amount from me
through whichever means it deems proper.

Place:                                                   Signature_____________________
Date:                                                    Left/Right hand thumb impression in
                                                         case he/she is illerate
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                                             PART (B)
         (To be filled in by Head of the institution where the applicant is studying)
(i)      The statement made by the applicant in part (A) are
         correct to the best of my knowledge
(ii)     Character, conduct and attendance of the applicant
         (general review)
(iii)    Whether you recommend the applicant for the award
         of a scholarship
(iv)     Date of commencement of the current academic session            1. Date___________
         of the course the applicant is studying in your                 2. Course__________
         Institution.
(v)      Exact date on which the applicant joined the class
vi)      Likely date, month and year on which the annual
         examination in the current session will be ever
(vii)    (a)   Is the applicant exempt from payment of tuition fees
         (b)    If yes, please indicate whether exemption is for
                full or half tuition fee
(viii)   Details of the non-refundable compulsory fees
         (Excluding hostel rent and other incidental
          charges payable by the applicant during the
          Current year to the institution
         The applicant is required to pay compulsory fees (excluding hostel rent and other
incidental charges) amounting to Rs.______________________________to this institution
for the current year from _____________________to_____________________as per
details given below:-


Particulars of all Amount paid                                             Amount paid
non-refundable
compulsroy      fees
payable     by   the
applicant    to  the
institution      and
University
                     Rs.                    P.     Rs.              P.     Rs.           P.
1. Tution                                          6.______________
2.University                                       7.______________
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Examination                                          8.______________
3. Admission                                         9.______________
4. _____________                                     10._____________
5. _____________                                     11._____________
    _____________


Total                                                Grand Total Rs.


        ‗‘ Any other compulsory non-refundable fee payable by the applicant to the
institution be indicated here.
        (x)      Whether the applicant is residing in the hostel or not
                 IF yes, please indicate___
        (a)      the date on which the applicant joined the hostel
        (b)      Whether the applicant is entitled to free board and
                Lodging /free board/free lodging
        (c)      Average monthly charges payable by the applicant
                 (i)    Boarding i.e., mess charges
                 (ii)   Lodging, i.e., hostel rent etc.


        (xi)     Designation and full postal address of the authority/
                 Head of the institution to which the scholarship
                 amount, etc, will be sent for disbursement to the
                 Applicant.
        (xii)    Name of the nearest branch of the State Bank of
                 India of the Government Treasury through which
                 the payment of scholarship is desired

Certified that___

        (1)        The fees charged from the applicant are compulsory payable by all the
                   students studying in the class and there is no exemption possible. No fees
                   shown herein are reimbursed by the Government or from any other source.
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(2)      This institution is affiliated to_____________________University / Board
         and is recognized by the Government of India/State Government
         of__________
         _____________. The applicant is staying _____________________course
         in this institution and the minimum qualification required for admission to
         that course is a pass in the_______________examination.
(3)      The   applicant   is   receiving     monthly   payment     at   the   rate   of
         Rs.____________per month from the month of________________our of
         the adhoc amount placed at my disposal by the Government.
         No adhoc grant-scholarship has been paid/is being paid to the students as
         he has failed or been detained in the class and his case has been referred
         to the awarding authority for decision to avoid wrong payment
(4)      The accounts in respect of the application will be regularly rendered to the
         Government and in case the applicant leaves the institution or otherwise
         discontinues studies or accepts any other scholarship/stipend, the fact will
         immediately be reported to the authority awarding the scholarship and the
         payment of scholarship to the applicant will also be discontinued. The
         undisbursed amount/lying with the institution on account of scholarship,
         fees, etc. will also be refunded into the Government account.




No.:                                        ―Signature of the Head of the
Place:                                       Institution______________________
Date:                                       Name in block letter_________________
―STAMPED SIGNAUTRES                         Designation_________________________
WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED                        Address__________________________
                                            Seal of Institution __________________
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       CASTE, CITIZENSHIP AND INCOME CERTIFICATE

Notes:-(i)     This certificate is to be submitted along with the applicant by only those
               applicants who belong to the Scheduled Tribes or the scheduled Castes or
               the Denotified Tribes or the Nomadic Tribes or the Semi-Nomadic Tribes.


       (ii)    This certificate should be signed either by a Sarpanch or Numberdar or
               Patwari or Member of Parilament or a Member of State Union Territory
               Legislature or a Municipal Commissioner or a Member of the District Board
               or a Gazetted Officer or an officer specially authorized by the Government of
               the State/Union Territory to which the applicant actually belongs.


       (iii)   THIS CERTIFICATES IS A VERY IMPORTANT DOCUMENT AND THE
               SCHOLARSHIP IS AWARDED MAINLY ON THE BASIS OF THE
               CERTIFICATE ISSUING AUTHORITY. IT IS, THEREFORE, ADVISED TO
               ISSUE    THIS     CERTIFICATE         WITH   DUE     CAUTION         SO   THAT
               SCHOLARSHIP REALLY GOES TO THE STUDENT WHO ACTUALLY
               BELONGS TO EITHER OF CLASSES SPECIFIED ABOVE.


       I certified to the best of knowledge that:-




       1. Shri/Kumari/Shrimati_____________________________________________

son / daughter / wife of Shri____________________________resident of_____________

____________________________________________is a citizen of India and belong to

the _______________.



       2. His/Her sub-caste is________________________________and religion

is__________________.



       3. His/Her father/guardian/husband is a permanent resident of village__________

_______________tehsil______________district____________, State________________
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         4.        The    total   monthly    income    from    all   sources   of   both   the
parents/guardian/husband/himself is Rs._________________________(P.M.)




                         Signature______________________________
                         Name in Block LETTERS_________________
                          ______________________________________
                         Designation_____________________________
                         Full address_____________________________
                         _______________________________________
                         _______________________________________


Place:
Date:


         ‗‘ A certificate bearing the seal of the issuing authority, if that be Gazetted or any
specially authorised officer, will not be accepted. Other may also affix their seals if
available.


         ‗‘‘ Please write whether the applicant belongs to Scheduled Castes/Scheduled
Tribes/Denotified Tribes/Nomadic Tribes/Semi-Nomadic Tribes.


         (SCHOLARSHIP FROM NO.2)

         Renewal

APPLICATIONS FOR GOVERNMENT OF INDIA SCHEME OF POST MATRIC
SCHOLARSHIPS TO SCHEDULED CASTES, SCHEDULED TRIBES, DENOTIFIED
NOMADIC AND SEMI-NOMADIC TRIBES STUDENTS FOR STUDIES IN INDIA


         2000 TO 2001
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Instructions 1. This form is meant for those scholars who were in receipt of scholarships
under the above noted scheme in the previous year and who desire to apply for the
―Renewal‖ of their scholarships during the current year for the completion of a continuous
course of study at a same stage of education ( e.g. B.A.II year on passing the B.A. I year
B.A. III year on passing the B.A. II year, internship / Houseman ship on passing the
M.B.B.B.S. etc.)
                   Those who have completed a stage education ( e.g. Pre-University/Pre-
Engineering, Pre-Medical, intermediate Degree Diploma course) and who desire to apply
for higher course of study(e.g. after passing Pre-University, M.B.B.S. after passing inter
Science Pre-Medical, B.A. after passing Inter Pre. eng. etc.) should send their application
on the prescribed form meant for B.A. So. Candidates. Such candidates should not use
this form.
2.              This application duly completed must be sent before the last date of receipt
of application is over to the authority who awarded scholarships in the previous year
immediately after the annual examination result is known. The application should not be
sent to the Government of India. Incomplete application will also be rejected.




APPLICANT IS WARNED THAT IF HE/SHE SUBMITS THE APPLICATION BY GIVING
FALSE        STATEMENT,      WRONG      INFORMATION         OR    OTHERWISE       OBTAINS
SCHOLARSHIP THROUGH FRAUDULLNI MEANS HE/SHE WILL BE BLACKLISTED
AND DEBARRED FOR SCHOLARSHIP EVEN UNDER THIS OR ANY OTHER
SCHOLARSHIP SCHEME THE SCHOLARSHIP AMOUNT PAID WILL ALSO BE
RECOVERED



       PART-(A)

       (To be filled by the applicant in neat and clear handwriting)

Sir,

       I was in receipt of a scholarships under the above noted scholarship scheme last
year for the study on________________________
                      (Name of course of study and class)
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____________________________at____________________________________and
                                                 (Name of Institution)


I am studying the year in the ___________________class of that continuous course in that
institution.
        I   request     that   my scholarship     may be        renewed     for   the   current   year
19_____19_____



                                                               Yours faithfully



                                                        (Signature of the applicant)
Full Name in Capital letters: SH.KUMARI/SMT._______________________


Father‗s/Husband‘s Name             : ______________________________________
Caste/Tribe and sub-Caste/           :_______________________________________
Sub-tribe
State where permanently settled: State__________________________________
                                      District_________________________________
Full permanent address               :_______________________________________


                                               PART-B


        ( To be filled in by Head of Institution where the applicant in studying)
(i)     (a) The statement made by the applicant in Part(A) correct__________________
        (b) Reference of the sanction letter which awarded scholarship No___________
                                                                          Date______________
(ii)           Character conduct and attendance of the applicant (General review)_________
(iii)   (a) Result of the annual examination of class attendant in the
               previous year, i.e. whether he/she has been promoted
               to the next class or failed/detained            _______________________
        (b) If the applicant has been promoted to the next
               higher class, please indicate                   _________________________
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         (1) Class to which promoted                          _______________________
         (2) Date of promotion                                _______________________
         (3) Date of joining                                  _______________________


         (c) In case the applicant failed or was otherwise
             detained please indicate--                       _______________________
         (1) Reason of failure/detention                      _______________________
         (2) Whether this is his/her first failure or
              more than one failure in the entire course?_______________________
         (d) Likely date, month and year in which the
              annual Examination in the current
              session will be over (Including practical)      _______________________
(iv)     (a) Is the applicant exempt from payment of
             tuition fee?                                     _______________________
         (b) If yes, please indicate whether exemption
              is for full or half tuition fee?                _______________________
(v)      Name of the dearest branch of the State
         Bank of India of the Government Treasury
         through which the payment of Scholarship
         is desired?                                          _______________________
(vi)     The designation and full address of Head of
         the Institution to whom the Scholarship
         amount in respect of this student may be sent _______________________
(vii)    The applicant is required to pay compulsory
         fees ( including hostel rent) and other incidental
         Charges to this institution for the current          ______________________
         year from________________to______________as per details given below:-


(viii)   (a) Was the applicant residing in the hostel in the preceding year?
         (b) Whether the applicant is residing in the hostel of the ___________________
             Institution or an approved hostel this year?
         (c) If yes, please furnish-
         (1) Name of the Hostel                                    ____________________
         (2) Date of admission in the Hostel                       ____________________
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      (d) Whether the applicant is entitled to free board
           and Lodging of free board or free lodging?                ___________________




Particulars of all non-refundable compulsory fees Rate             Amount payable        Remarks
Payable by the applicant to the Institution and                    by the applicant
University during current academic year                             to the institution

                                                     Rs.      P.     Rs.        P.


1.    Tuition
2.    Uni-Examination
3.    Amiss.
4.    Other Charges
5.    with detail



                                              Total          _________________



      Certified          that          this                institution          is         affiliated
to______________________University/Board and is recognised by the Government of
India, State Government of_______________the applicant was awarded scholarship for
studying______________course in this institution and receipt in the prescribed form
him/her to effect that he/she was paid scholarship in the preceding year is annexed.
      I undertake that the Scholarship amount in respect of the applicant if and when
placed at my disposal will be disbursed by me for the specific purposes for which it is given
and the account will be regularly rendered to the authority which awarded the Scholarship.
In case the applicant leaves the Institution or otherwise discontinues the study or accept
any other regularly scholarship/stipend the fact will be immediately reported to paid
authority and the payment of scholarship to the applicant will also be discontinued. The
undisbursed amount lying with the institution on account of maintenance charge fee etc.
will also be refunded of the Government amount.
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                                                   Signature of the Head of the
                                                   Institution___________________
No.                                                Name______________________
Place:                                             Designation__________________
Date:                                              Address_____________________




                (Seal of Institution)

Any other compulsory non-refundable the applicant the institution be indicated here


                                        ANNEXURE-1


Receipt in acknowledgement of the scholarship amount for 19____19________

Reference of sanction letter No. and date by which awarded No.___________________

a scholarship in the previous year                              Date__________________

Period up to which maintenance charges paid

         ______________________

Received from____________________________________________________________



               (Indicate the authority who awarded the scholarship)

a sum of Rs._______(Rupees________________only) in full/part payment of the

Government of India Scholarship sanctioned to me for the year 19____19____(for study

in___________Class or______________under the Scheme of Post Matric Scholarship to

Scheduled       Castes         Scheduled       Tribes         Students       through   the

Principal/Dean/Registrar___________________________College University.




                                     Signature of the student_____________________
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                                    Full name in Block Letters____________________

                                                  Class___________________

Date___________



                                       ANNEXURE-b

Particulars of last University/Final/Examination in respect of Shri/Smt./Kumari__________

Name of     Institution/     University   Year in
Examination Board                         which             Marks
                                           taken       __________________________
                                                       Aggregated % of Marks Total
                                                       obtained to aggregate obtained




                                    COUNTERSIGNED

                                                  ________________Signature of the Head
                                                                   of the institution
                                                  ________________________Designation
                                                  _______________________Institution



APPLICATION FORM FOR SPECIAL GRANT TO STUDENTS BELONGING TO
SCHEDULED CASTES/TRIBES FOR THE YEAR 200____TO 200____


1.    Name of the students ( IN CAPITAL LETTERS):            _____________________

2.    Father‘s Name ( IN CAPITAL LETTERS)              :     _____________________

3.    Date of joining the college                      :     _____________________

4.    Name of course                                   :     _____________________

5.    Class Roll No.                                   :     _____________________
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6.      Class to which joined/promoted                    :      _____________________

7.      Period for which special grant sought for         :      From_______To________

8.      Residence/Home address                            :      _____________________

        (Domicile Certificate be attached)                :      _____________________

9.      Whether SC/ST and sub caste is                    :      _____________________

        (Attested copy of SC/ST Certificate to be attached:      _____________________

10.     Total annual income from all sources of both      :      _____________________

        The Parents/Guardian/Husband himself is           :      _____________________

        (Certificate be attached)                         :      _____________________

11.     Day Scholar/Hostler                               :      _____________________




Date:                                                               Signature of Student


Signature of the Hostel caretaker


Recommended by the Head of Deptt.


Recommended
                                                    Signature of Principal
                                                    (With seal)



                              TO BE FILLED BY THE INSTITUTE


Name of the college:     ____________________________________
Summary statement of the forms/applications for the award of special grant to the students
belonging to schedule castes/tribes for the year 200____200_____
                                                          164


S.     Name of      Father‘    Year of   Whether   Rate              Date      Period     Total     Whether       Remar
No.    the          s          joining   joining   of                of        for        amount    any special   ks
       Student      Name       the       the       special grant     joining   which      of        grant   has
       was                     college   college   to           be   the       special    special   been
       college                                     sanction          present   grant      grant     released if
       Roll No.                                    ed                class     to be                yes.    No.
                                                                               sanction             and date of
                                                                               ed                   sanction by
                                                                                                    which
                                                                                                    awarded
1.     2.           3.         4.        5.        6.                7.        8.         9.        10.           11.




                                                                               Signature of Principal
                                                                               (With Seal)

      15          List of attachments (certificates/documents)

             a)         One copy of the application for scholarship in the prescribed form ( separate
                        application forms as have been prescribed form ‗fresh‘ and renewal
                        scholarship by concerned States/UTs).


             b)         One copy of the passport size photograph with signatures of the student
                        thereon (for fresh scholarship)


             c)         One attested copy of certificates, diploma, degree etc. in respect of all
                        examinations passed.


             d)         A certificate (in original) of Caste duly signed by an authorized Revenue
             Officer not below the rank of Tehsildar.
                                          165




     e)   An income declaration by the self-employed parents/ guardians, stating
          definite income from all sources by way of an affidavit on non-judicial stamp
          paper. Employed parents/guardians are required to obtain income certificate
          from their employer and for any additional income from other sources, they
          would furnish declaration by way of an affidavit on non-judicial stamp paper.


     f)   A receipt in acknowledgement of the scholarship in the previous year on the
          form attached to the application only duly counter-signed by the Head of the
          institution concerned, if the application was in receipt of a scholarship under
          this scheme in the proceeding year.

16        Format of Attachments

     a)   One copy of the application for scholarship in the prescribed form
          (separate application forms as have been prescribed for 'fresh' and
          renewal scholarship by concerned State/UTs).
     b)   One copy of the passport size photograph with signatures of the
          student thereon (for fresh scholarship)
     c)   One attested copy of certificates, diploma, degree etc. in respect of all
          examinations passed.
     d)   A certificate (in original) of Caste duly signed by an authorized
          Revenue Officer not below the rank of Tehsildar.
     e)   An income declaration by the self-employed parents-guardians,
          stating definite income from all sources by way of an affidavit on non-
          judicial stamp paper. Employed parents/guardians are required to
          obtain income certificate from their employer and for any additional
          income from other sources, they would furnish declaration by way of
          an affidavit on non- judicial stamp paper.
     f)   A receipt in acknowledgement of the scholarship in the previous year
          on the form attached to the application duly counter-signed by the
          Head of the institution concerned, if the application was in receipt of a
          scholarship under this scheme in the preceding year.
                                          166


17         Where to contact in case of process related complaints.

           Principal or Head of the concerned institute.

18         Details of the available fund (At various levels like District Level, Block
           Level etc)

           At State level (Directorate of Social Welfare of Scheduled Casts, Scheduled
           Tribes and     other Backward        Classes,   S.C.O.   No.128-29,   Secor-34,
           Chandigarh).
           i)     195.30 lacs are available for the year 2006-07 under Post Matric
                  Scholarship Scheme under the head ―2225- Welfare of Scheduled
                  Castes, Scheduled Tribes and other Backward Classes‖
           ii)    6.00 lacs are available for the year 2006-07 under Special Grant
                  Scheme under the Head ―33-Subsidies.
19   Number of beneficiaries given below (2006-07)


     Number of beneficiaries under post metric scholarship scheme = 750
     Number of beneficiaries under special grant scheme = NIL
                         167




              Chapter 14 (Manual-13)

Particulars of Recipients of Concessions, permits or
             authorization granted by it
                                              168


       14.1          Please provide the information as per the following format:

1.    Name of Programme                     Bus Pass facility
2.    Type                                  Concession
      (Concession/Permits/Authorization
3.    Objective                             To provide      financial   help   to   the
                                            Students
4.    Targets set (For the last year)
5.    Eligibility                             Students           of        educational
                                              institutes/schools/colleges
6.    Criteria for the eligibility            All the Student are eligible
7.    Pre-requisites                          Bonafide Students of Educational
                                              Institutes /schools/colleges
8.    Procedure to avail the benefits         Application duly attested by Principal/
                                              Head of the Institutes.
9.    Time          limit        for      the Monthly/ Quarterly
      concession/Permits/Authorizations
      -
10.   Application Fee (where applicable) Nil
11.   Application         Format       (where Not applicable
      applicable)
12.   List           of           attachments Identity card photograph, residence
      (certificates/documents)                proof.
13.   Format of Attachments
14.   List of beneficiaries in the format
      given below


1.      Details of the benefit given    2004-05                   2005-06

        i) P.R.T.C. Patiala             Rs. 220.00 lacs           Rs. 337.60 lacs

        ii) State Transport, Punjab     Rs. 399.31 lacs           Rs. 399.31 lacs

2.      Distribution of benefits

        i) P.R.T.C. Patiala             Rs. 219,84,942 lacs       Nil


        ii) State Transport, Punjab     Rs. 300,51,795 lacs       Nil
                        169




            Chapter -15 (Manual-14)

Norms set by it for the discharge of its functions
                                      170




15.1   The details of the Norms/Standards set by the
       Department for execution of various activities/programmes

       The letters received from various sources that are dealt / disposed by the
       concerned official / officer as per norms fixed by the Govt.


       1)     All India Council for Technical Education

       2)     University Grant Commission.

       3)     Architecture Council of India.

       4)     Pharmacy Council of india.

       5)     Punjab State Board of Technical Education & Industrial Training,

              Chandigarh.

       6)     Punjab Technical University.

       7)     Instructions given by the Government from time to time.
                    171




         Chapter -16 (Manual-15)

Information available in an electronic form
                                            172




16.1   The details of the information related to the various schemes which are
       available in the electronic format.

The following information is available with the department in electronic form.

             1)     Technical Education policy.
             2)     Brief information of various institutes under the control of
                    Department of Technical Education.
             3)     World Bank Projects.
             4)     Curriculum and fees structure of various disciplines.
             5)     Information about Training and Placement, M.O.U'.s
                    (Memorandum of Understanding) with industry.
             6)     Duties assigned to officers.
             7)     Citizen Charter.
             8)     Public notices.
                               173




                   Chapter-17 (Manual-16)

Particulars of the facilities available to citizens for obtaining
                           information
                                         174




17.1   Means, methods or facilitation available to the public which are adopted
       by the department for dissemination of information. Like

       The following methods of facilitation are available to the Public which
       are adopted by the department:-


1      Office Library                               Available
2      Through News paper                           Available
3      Exhibition                                   Available
4      Notice Board                                 Available
5      Inspection of Records in the Office          Available
6      System       of   issuing   of   copies   of Available
       documents
7      Printed Manual Available                     Available
8      Web site of the Public Authority             Available(www.dtepunjab.gov
                                                    .in)
9      Others means of advertising. T.V. etc.       Available
           175




Chapter-18 (Manual-17)

Other Useful Information
                                                 176




18.1             Frequently Asked Questions and their Answers by Public.

                 Generally question regarding trainees and trades and seating asked by
                 general public. It is also asked by the public regarding concessions and other
                 facilities which are given to the students. It is submitted that the answers of
                 these question are given to the public by office of DTE and also these
                 answers are published in the prospects.

18.2             Related to seeking information


                 1)      Application Form

                                              FORM ‘A’
                                              Rule 3(1)
To

                 The Public Information Officer/
                 Assistant Public Information Officer
                 (Name of the Office with address)

        (1)      Full Name of the applicant
        (2)      Address
        (3)      Particulars of information required
                 (i)     Subject matter of information*
                 (ii)    The period to which the information relates**
                 (iii)   Description of the information required***
                 (iv)    Whether information is required by post
                         Or in person ( ― the actual postal charges shall be
                         included in additional fees)
                 (v)     In case by post( Ordinary, Registered or Speed Post)



Place                                                       Signature of the applicant
Date
             Broad category of the subject to the indicated (such as grant/ Government
              land/Service matters/Licenses etc.)
             Relevant period for which information is required to be indicated.
             Specific details of the information are required to be indicated.
                                            177


                                 Acknowledgement


             Received your application date____________________________
vide Diary No.________________________________dated_________________.



                                 Signatures of Public Information Officer/
                                 Assistant Public Information Officer


                   Name of the Department/Office__________________________


      2.    Fee


(1)   An application for obtaining any information under sub section (1) of section 6 shall
      be accompanied with a fee of Rupees ten.
(2)   For providing information under sub-section (1) of section 7, the fee shall be
      charged from the applicant at the following rates, namely:-
      (a)   Rs. 2/- for each page in A-4 or A-3 size paper, created or copied; and
      (b)   If information is to be provided on a large size of paper than that of specified
            in clause (a) the actual cost price of such a paper shall be charged.
(3)   For providing information under sub-section (5) of section 7, the fee shall be
      charged from the applicant at the following rates, namely:-
      (a)   Rs. 50/- for providing information in floppy;
      (b)   Rs. 50/- for providing information in diskettes and
      (c)   If information sought is of such a nature, which is contained in a printed
            document of which a price has been fixed, then that information will be
            provided after charging the price, fixed for that printed document. However, if
            only an extract or page of such a printed document is asked for, then a fee of
            Rs. 10/- per page shall be charged from the applicant.
(4)   No fee for inspection of record shall be charged, if such an inspection is made for
      one hour only. However, if inspection is made for a period of more than one hour,
      then a fee of rupees ten shall be charged for every fifteen minutes in excess of first
      hour. Every fraction of the period above fifteen minutes shall be construed as a
      complete period of fifteen minutes and it shall be charged as full period of fifteen
      minutes.

								
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