Maharaja Ranjit Singh Punjab Technical University, BATHINDA

(A State University Established By Govt. of Punjab vide Punjab Act No. 5 of 2015 and Approved Under Section 2(f) & 12 (B) of UGC)

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Events

April-June (2022)
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Event Name: AICTE Sponsored Professional Development Program for Non- teaching staff concluded at MRSPTU
Date of Event: 2022-06-18
Department Name: MRSPTU
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AICTE Sponsored Professional Development Program for Non- teaching staff concluded at MRSPTU …

 Practical knowledge most important : AICTE

 Bathinda, June 18

            Twelve day long All India Council of Technical Education (AICTE) sponsored Professional Development Program (PDP) for Non- teaching staff concluded at the Auditorium of Maharaja Ranjit Singh Punjab Technical University (MRSPTU), Bathinda. 

Experts from renowned institutions of national importance shared relevant topics to the participants during the PDP. Resource Persons from various prestigious institutions like All India Institute of Medical Sciences, (AIIMS) Bathinda, Central University of Punjab, Bathinda delivered lectures on important topics in this PDP.

 More than 80 staff members participated from all departments and constituent colleges of the University.

Bathinda Deputy Commissioner, Sh. Showkat Ahmad Parray IAS was Chief Guest of the valedictory function. While delivering valedictory concluding speech, Sh. Parray appreciated AICTE and organizing team of PDP-2022 of MRS-PTU, Bathinda for organizing the big events.

He said that the PDP is aimed to enable the Non -Teaching Staff in furtherance of their duties towards the institute / University, to imbibe latest / futuristic means and methods as pertaining to their profession / department, besides effectively participation and conducting activities with perfection without supervision to become role models for others to follow. He said, "the employees would have to develop “a culture of learning to know good; learn to do good; and learn to be good”. Only then will good things emerge,”.

Bathinda, AIIMS, Director, Dr. D.K Singh was Guest of Honor in the valedictory ceremony. Prof. D. K. Singh has immense experience in hospital management and medical education.  Dr. Singh stressed upon the need of Non-Teaching Staff training to up-to-date their respective skills and to be able to effectively participate in day to day activities pertaining to their profession / department.   

Dr. Amit Kumar Srivastava Director, Faculty development cell (FDC Cell) AICTE New Delhi, renowned administrator and academician were also sent best wishes for successful completion of 2nd PDP event.

Dr. Lajya Devi Goyal MBBS, MD, Professor & HOD Obstetrics and Gynecology Department explained female related Gynae oncology issues and early age vaccinations for the preventing Cancer in developing in young girls.

Dr Anuradha Raj MS Ophthalmology, MNAMS delivered very good talk on Diagnostic services & Clinical Services related with eye care.

Dr. Gurvinder Pal Singh MBBS Professor & HOD Department of Psychiatry AIIMS, Bathinda delivered very fruitful lecture on stress management in today’s busy life.

Dr. Shivani Bansal MD, DNB Assistant Professor Department of Dermatology told about Services Available in Outpatients department and which kinds of disorders are catered to in general OPD including Skin Infections.

A very unique part of training was that every Participant daily participated in strengthening (yoga) session as part of the schedule.  Yoga sessions was conducted under the guidance of Miss Arti Sharma NIS Qualified Yoga Coach.

Dean, Research and Development, Prof. Ashish Baldi stressed upon the need of Non-Teaching Staff training to up-to-date their respective skills and to be able to effectively participate in day to day activities pertaining to their profession / department.

Earlier, Director, College Development Council, Prof. (Dr.) Balwinder Singh, Sidhu gave introduction of the training program. He thanked AICTE, Faculty Development Cell, Director, Dr. Srivastva for financial assistance to conduct such valuable programs.

Campus Director, Dr. Sanjiv Aggarwal, Dean Academics, Dr. Kawaljit Sandhu, Director, Public Relations, Sh. Harjinder Singh Sidhu and Deputy Registrar, Mr. Agyapal Singh also spoke about various aspects of the event.

At the end of function Dr. Rajesh Gupta, Director Corporate Resource Centre presented vote of thanks to Chief Guest and all others present in Auditorium.

The program coordinator, Er. Yadwinder Sharma led a team working very hard to make the program a grand success. Programme Anchor Prof. Sunita Kotwal conducted the program very well. The programme Coordinators Er. Haramritpal Singh, Er. Sukhjinder Singh and Sh. Charanjit Singh also played key role in organizing the event and unique activities.

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1.      Bathinda Deputy Commissioner, Sh. Showkat Ahmad Parray IAS giving speech during the events.

2.      Bathinda, AIIMS, Director, Dr. D.K Singh giving speech during the events

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Event Name: AICTE Sponsored Professional Development Program for Non- teaching staff begins at MRSPTU
Date of Event: 2022-06-06
Department Name: MRSPTU
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AICTE Sponsored Professional Development Program for Non- teaching staff begins at MRSPTU …

Practical knowledge most important : AICTE

Bathinda, June 06

Twelve day long All India Council of Technical Education (AICTE) sponsored Professional Development Program (PDP) for Non- teaching staff started at the Auditorium of Maharaja Ranjit Singh Punjab Technical University (MRSPTU), Bathinda. 

      

      The Program was inaugurated by Bathinda (Urban), MLA, Sardar Jagroop Singh Gill. 

 

          While speaking on the occasion, Sardar Jagroop Singh Gill stressed upon the importance of Professional Development Program for Non-Teaching staff. He pointed out that PDP will facilitate the identification of the training needs of different categories of non-teaching employees and suggest specific areas for training and duration of the training program preferred by the employees.

 

          Resource Persons from various prestigious institutions like All India Institute of Medical Sciences, (AIIMS) Bathinda, Central University of Punjab, Bathinda are delivering lectures on important topics in this PDP. Hundreds of employees of MRSPTU will attend and benefit from the Twelve day -long event.

 

          Prof. (Dr.) B.P. Garg, Controller of Examinations and Registrar of Central University of Punjab, Bathinda, was guest of honour during the inaugural ceremony.

 

          Prof. Garg pointed out that Practical knowledge is most important for Non-Teaching staff of technical institutes. “More hours spent in practical training will bridge the skill gap,” he said while adding that lack of practical knowledge will definitely affect their work.

 

          While delivering inaugural speech, MRSPTU, Registrar, Dr. Gurinder Pal Singh Brar said that the PDP is aimed to enable the Non -Teaching Staff in furtherance of their duties towards the institute / University, to imbibe latest / futuristic means and methods as pertaining to their profession / department, besides effectively participation and conducting activities with perfection without supervision to become role models for others to follow. He said, "the employees would have to develop “a culture of learning to know good; learn to do good; and learn to be good”. Only then will good things emerge,” .

 

          Dean, Research and Development, Prof. Ashish Baldi stressed upon the need of Non-Teaching Staff training to up-to-date their respective skills and to be able to effectively participate in day to day activities pertaining to their profession / department.

 

          Earlier, Director, College Development Council, Prof. (Dr.) Balwinder Singh, Sidhu gave introduction of the training program. He welcomed the Chief Guest, the resource persons and the participants of PDP. He also thanked AICTE, Faculty Development Cell, Director, Dr. Srivastva for financial assistance to conduct such valuable programs.

          Campus Director, Dr. Sanjiv Aggarwal, Dean Academics, Dr. Kawaljit Sandhu, Director, Public Relations, Sh. Harjinder Singh Sidhu and Deputy Registrar, Mr. Agyapal Singh also spoke about various aspects of the event.

   

          The program coordinator, Er. Yadwinder Sharma led a team working very hard to make the program a grand success. Programme Anchor Prof. Sunita Kotwal conducted the program very well. The programme Coordinators Er. Haramritpal Singh, Er. Sukhjinder Singh and Sh. Charanjit Singh also playing key role in organizing the event and unique activities.

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Sr.No. 3
Event Name: MRSPTU maiden Convocation- Highlights
Date of Event: 2022-04-09
Department Name: MRSPTU
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MRSPTU maiden Convocation- Highlights

Bathinda, April 9

*Girls stole show in winning Gold and Silver Medals: As many as 103 Graduate, Post graduate and PH.D meritorious students were honoured with Gold and Silver Medals during the first Convocation of Maharaja Ranjit Singh Punjab Technical University (MRSPTU), Bathinda on Saturday. Interestingly the girls stole the show and clearly dominated in winning medals as out of 103, as many as 69 girls clinched Gold and Silver Medals as compared to 34 boys.

* Honris Causa for renowned Scientist, Philanthropist and Industrialist :  MRS- PTU confered Honris Causa on renowned Scientist,  Dr. K  Radhakrishna, internationally renowned Philanthropist Dr. S.P. Singh Oberai and Industrialist Shri Rajinder Gupta in recognition of their contribution in their respective fields.

* Bole So Nihal :  Honourable Governor Shri Purohit started his speech with  "Bole So Nihal", which got applause from the audience . He Congratulated the Vice Chancellor Prof. Buta Singh Sidhu and university officials for great achievements and initiatives of the university and for carving out for themselves a reputable place in a very short span.

   *Dominance of ancient Indian Education: Punjab Governor Shri Banwari Lal Purohit recalls ancient universities Ancient Indian universities like Takshashila, Nalanda, Vikramashila, Valabhi, Somapura and Odantapuri, which had dominated the World higher education system for about eighteen hundred years beginning Sixth Century BC.

Reference from Mahabharata:  Concluding his speech Governor, Shri Banwari Lal Purohit said, “MRSPTU insignia indicates “Think Excellence, Live Excellence” or “Yoga Karmashu Kaushalam” or “Excellence through Perfection”. This inspires with the seminal guidance given by Sri Krishna to Arjuna in the Mahabharata.”

 * Rangla Punjab:  Punjab Chief Minister Sardar Bhagwant Singh Mann vowed to make Rangla Punjab, while listing stopping Brain drain as main priority of his government.

*Proud moment for MRSPTU: University Vice Chancellor Prof. Buta Singh Sidhu said, “ It is a proud moment for the fastest growing university. It is a matter of great pleasure that Governor of Punjab and Chancellor of our University, Shri Banwarilal Purohit delivered the convocation address and Honourable Chief Minister blessed the students on historic occasion.”

Online Courses: In another major initiative, Maharaja Ranjit Singh Punjab Technical University (MRSPTU) launched 75 Online Certification Courses in Emerging Technologies on the occasion.

* Colourful academic procession: The convocation of the MRSPTU began with a colourful academic procession. The well-dressed precession was led by Registrar, Dr. Gurinder Pal Singh Brar with flying University flag in his hand. Governor, Shri Banwari Lal Purohit, Chief Minister Sardar Bhagwant Singh Mann and Honris Causa receiving personalities were part of this procession.

*Brief on Honris Causa receiving renowned Persons

Brief on Dr. Koppillil Radhakrishnan

Dr. Koppillil Radhakrishnan was Chairman of Space Commission, Secretary of Department of Space and Chairman of ISRO from November 2009 to December 2014, providing strong and successful leadership to ‘Team ISRO’ to execute 37 space missions during this period, notably India’s first Mars Orbiter Mission from concept to fruition. Dr. Radhakrishnan was bestowed with ‘Padma Bhushan’, in 2014, by Government of India

Brief on Dr. Rajindra Gupta

Dr. Rajinder Gupta is the Chairman of Trident Group. Trident Group primarily deals in Home Textiles, Paper Manufacturing, Chemicals and Power. They are one of the largest yarn spinners in India, one of the world's largest terry towel manufacturers and the world's largest wheat straw based paper manufacturer. In 2007, Dr. Gupta received the Padma Shri Award from the then President of India in recognition of distinguished service in the field of Trade and Industry.

Brief on Dr. S. P. Singh Oberoi

Dr. S.P. Singh Oberoi is a Dubai based Businessman and the managing trustee of Sarbat Da Bhala Trust. He is philanthropist by nature. He has put in his own money to pay approx USD 1.8 million to secure the release of 58 Indians from the Death Sentence & Life Time Imprisonment. Mr. Oberoi paid the Air tickets of more than 800 prisoners (who completed their punishment but due to lack to funds couldn’t go back to their country) & sent them back with the help of Indian Consulate.

January-March (2022)
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Event Name: MRSPTU 28th Annual Athletic Meet concluded on colourful note –Nitin Sharma (Men) and Miss Fulbita Thaosen (Women) declared Best Athletes
Date of Event: 2022-03-26
Department Name: MRSPTU
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MRSPTU 28th Annual Athletic Meet concluded on colourful note –Nitin Sharma (Men) and Miss Fulbita Thaosen (Women) declared Best Athletes

Bathinda, March 26

The 28th annual athletics meet of Maharaja Ranjit Singh Punjab Technical University (MRSPTU) main campus and Giani Zail Singh Campus College of Engineering and Technology (GZSCCET), MRSPTU concluded on colourful note at Athletics Ground here on Saturday. Hundreds of athletes took part in the event.

     Mr. Nitin Sharma (B. Pharm 2019 Batch) and Miss Fulbita Thaosen (Textile 2020 Batch) declared Best Athletes in men and women category respectively.

    Similarly, Mr. Mohit of B.Com (Men Category) and Ms. Mehak Jatana CSE (Women Category) were declared Sports Captain during the athletic meet.

     The chief guest Sardar Jagroop Singh Gill,  MLA, Bathinda (Urban) inaugurated the event by unfurling the flag, while KPS Brar (IRS), Deputy Commissioner Income Tax give away the prices to the winners.

While speaking on the occasion, Mr. Gill said sports and co-curricular activities play an important role in shaping the personality of a person.

             He advised the students to be determined, hardworking and passionate about their studies as well as sports.  He said that the sports activities in all educational institutes will create healthy minds, good health, teach us discipline, and create a team spirit and a good society.

               University Vice Chancellor, Prof. Buta Singh Sidhu   said sports and co-curricular activities play an important role in shaping the personality of a person. He said university is proud of its students who have excelled in Academic, sports and co-curricular activities at National level. 

The attraction of the event remained Cultural Dance performed by students.  The vote of thanks was presented by Registrar, Dr. Gurinder Pal Singh Brar.

     Chief Coordinator of the event Dr. G.S. Bathh, Coordinator Er. Sikander Singh Sidhu, Co- Coordinator Dr. Sukhwinder Singh, DPE, Dr. Harmanjot Kaur, DPE lead team worked very hard for the success of the event.

 DETAILED RESULTS OF ATHLETIC MEET:

                                                 

Men Category:

 

Event

Name of Participants

Position

100 meter Race

Baljinder Singh (B.Pharm)

1st

Sandeep Kumar (B.Pharm)

2nd

Davinder Kumar (Mech. Eng.)

3rd

400m

Sidharth Singh (B.Tech CSE)

1st

Divanshu (B.Tech. EE)

2nd

Akhil Sharma (B.Tech CSE)

3rd

High Jump

Mohit (B.Comm.)

1st

Irfan (Civil)

2nd

Navdeep Singh

3rd

Hammer Throw

Vishavdeep Singh (EE)

1st

Manpreet Singh (B. Pharm)

2nd

Naman Verma (B. Pharm)

3rd

Triple Jump

Nitin Sharma (B. Pharm)

1st

Shivam Kumar (CSE 2k14)

2nd

Kashmir Singh (MBA 2k20)

3rd

5000M

Divyanshu (EE)

1st

Mandeep Singh (Textile)

2nd

Hemant (B.Pharmacy)

3rd

       

 Women's Category 

 

Event

Name of Participants

Position

Triple Jump

Prachika (CSE)

1st

Himanshi (Msc. Phy)

2nd

Nivedita Pal (CSE)

3rd

200m

Manpreet Kaur (B.Sc. Math)

1st

Sania Khatoor (B.Tech. CSE)

2nd

Amanpreet Kaur (B.Tech. ECE)

3rd

3000m

Simrandeep Kaur (B.Sc. Physics)

1st

Himanshi (M.Sc. Physics)

2nd

Manpreet Kuar (B.Sc. Maths)

3rd

 

Sr.No. 2
Event Name: 7th Foundation Day celebrations of MRSPTU: Experts threw light on life and Philosophy of Maharaja Ranjit Singh- top researchers/scientists of university facilitated on the occasion
Date of Event: 2022-02-11
Department Name: MRSPTU
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7th Foundation Day celebrations of MRSPTU: Experts threw light on life and Philosophy of Maharaja Ranjit Singh- top researchers/scientists of university facilitated on the occasion….  

 Bathinda, February 11

Maharaja Ranjit Singh Punjab Technical University (MRSPTU), Bathinda is celebrating 7th Foundation Day with enthusiasm. The vibrant and sprawling campus gave a festive look with beautifully decorated state of the art aesthetic buildings of the university.

 

            On the second day of celebrations, experts threw light on Life and Philosophy of Maharaja Ranjit Singh, while top researchers/scientists of the university were facilitated on the occasion.  

     MRSPTU bestowed honours upon its 16 top researchers & faculty members on the basis of quality publications, H-Index, citations, bibliometric and other parameters.

            Two scientists of MRSPTU, Dr. Kawaljit Singh Sandhu (Department of Food Science and Technology) and Dr. Ashish Baldi (Pharmaceutical Sciences and Technology) were honoured with ‘Best Researcher Award” for their numerous contributions in the field of research and innovation. Both researchers have been listed in the World ranking of top 2 per cent Best Scientists in an independent study conducted by Stanford University (USA) for the year 2019 and 2020 consecutively.

            Similarly,  Dr. Munish Jindal (Eminent Innovator Award), Dr. Uttam Kumar Mandal (Distinguished Researcher Award) , while  Dr. Jatinder Kaur, Dr. Anju Sharma and Dr. Amit Kumar Manocha (Distinguished Innovator Award),  Dr. Amitoj Singh, Dr. Rahul Deshmukh, Gaggan Gupta, Veena Sharma, Meenu Arora and  Dr. Pritpal Singh Bhullar,   (with Budding Researcher Award), Dr. Sandeep Kansal (leading Researcher Award), Dr. Gurpreet Singh ( Innovator Award) and  Ashdeep Singh- ( Budding Innovator Award) were facilitated on the occasion. 

            Meanwhile, Key speaker,   Prof.  Harpal Singh Pannu, Chairperson, Shri Guru Gobind Singh Chair, Central University of Punjab (CUP),  Bathinda  delivered  expert talk on the 'The Life and philosophy of legendary King  Maharaja Ranjit Singh’.  He focused his talk about the ideals of great Sikh ruler Maharaja Ranjit Singh and presented a brief history of the leader of the Sikh Empire, which ruled the northwest Indian subcontinent in the early half of the 19th century.

            Prof. Pannu presented his views on the contribution of great warrior Maharaja Ranjit Singh as a unifying and most dynamic leader of Indian history, who played a pivotal role in promotion of education, social reforms, nation building and his iron hand rule in that era and the secular image of the Maharaja. 

            While congratulating on the Foundation day of the University, Vice Chancellor, Prof. Buta Singh Sidhu said the foundation day is the day to remember and pay tribute to the legendary king Maharaja Ranjit Singh on whose name the university is named. He said the philosophy and teachings of Sikh Guru Sahiban and Maharaja Ranjit Singh are most relevant and important for mankind.

            Prof. Sidhu also congratulated faculty members for adding new chapters of successes to their respective domains and encouraged all to register more researches, patents, publications and innovations.

            On the occasion, Adesh University acting Vice Chancellor –cum- Registrar, Colonel Jagdev Singh, Registrar, Dr. Gurinder Pal Singh Brar, Convener of the Programme Director Sports and Cultural, Dr. Bhupinder Pal Singh Dhot and MRSPTU Deans, Directors senior faculty, staff and students attended the programmes. Prof. Sunita Kotwal anchored the stage very well.   

     

Photo Caption: Vice Chancellor Prof. Buta Singh Sidhu, Prof. Harpal Singh Pannu, Registrar, Dr. Gurinder Pal Singh Brar and dignitaries with the honoured top researchers/scientists of the university.

2. Prof. Harpal Singh Pannu speaking on the 'The Life and philosophy of Maharaja Ranjit Singh’.

3. The vibrant and sprawling campus gives a festive look during celebrations.

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October-December (2021)
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Event Name: MRSPTU celebrated ‘National Mathematics Day 2021
Date of Event: 2021-12-28
Department Name: Mathematics
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MRSPTU celebrated ‘National Mathematics Day 2021’…

Bathinda, December 28

Maharaja Ranjit Singh Punjab Technical University (MRSPTU), Bathinda’s Department of Mathematics has celebrated National Mathematics Day 2021, to commemorate the birth anniversary of Srinivasan Ramanujan. To mark the day an expert talk, quiz and poster making competition were organized.

            Speaking on the occasion, Chief Guest, Vice Chancellor Prof. Buta Singh Sidhu highlighted the contribution of great Indian Mathematicians in the field of Mathematics. He motivated the students to explore practical approach for solving Mathematical problems.

               In his expert talk, Prof. (Dr.) Gauree Shankar, Head department of Mathematics and Statistics, Central University of Punjab enlightened the audience with an overview of history of Indian Mathematicians and their contribution over the years.

               The students Harshit Saini (M.Sc Mathematics) and Yogesh (B.Sc (Hons.) Mathematics) secured first position in quiz competition, while Neelam Kaur and Neelam Garg (B.Sc (Hons.) Mathematics) secured first position in poster making competition. Vice chancellor gave away the trophies to the winners of quiz and poster making competition.  

               Prof. (Dr.) Karanvir Singh welcomed the Vice Chancellor, Guests, faculty and the students. The program ended with the vote of thanks by Head of department, Prof. Mamta Kansal. She congratulated the winners and extended special thanks to Punjab State Council for Science and Technology, National Council for Science and Technology communication and department of Science and technology for providing financial support to organize the event. The stage was well conducted by Prof. Vishali Aggarwal and Prof. Rishu.

Photo Caption:- The different competition winners with chief guest MRSPTU, Vice Chancellor, Prof. Buta Singh Sidhu and other dignitaries.

Sr.No. 2
Event Name: Week- long Training programme for NSS officers concluded at MRSPTU
Date of Event: 2021-12-23
Department Name: NSS
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Week- long Training programme for NSS officers concluded at MRSPTU

Bathinda, December 23

A week-long Training Programme for officers of National Service Scheme (NSS) concluded at the Maharaja Ranjit Singh Punjab Technical University (MRSPTU), Bathinda on Thursday.

The program was organized by the University’s NSS wing under the aegis of Empanelled Training Institute (ETI) in collaboration with the Institute for Development and Communication (IDC) Chandigarh. The programme was sponsored by the Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports, Government of India.

During the week-long programme, hands-on training was provided on the mandate, objectives and activities of the NSS.

While eminent academicians, government officials of Center and state interacted with the participants on social issues including road safety, sustainable environment, and schemes of NSS during the programme, which was organized in Bathinda after a gap of 10 years.

Key speakers during this program were Prof. (Dr.) Satya Vir Malik, Dr. Rabindra Paul, Dr. Meenu and Shri Kulwinder Singh.

Prof. (Dr.) Satya Vir Malik highlighted the importance of inculcating value-based education in youth to make them realize the importance of social service from a very young age.

Dr. Rabindra Paul urged the teachers to inculcate in their students the spirit of social responsibility and utilize their services in spreading awareness at grassroots on different social and environmental problems.

Dr. Meenu, coordinator NSS coordinated the program threw a light on Empowerment of women, gender equality, challenges before women, violence against women and other issues related with women.

Bathinda Assistant Director Youth Services, Mr.  Kulwinder Singh discussed NSS programme, reward and awards in NSS and how to inculcate the concept of personality development among students.

Mr. Naresh Pathania, Master Trainer Red Cross Bathinda demonstrated the First AID and participants took keen interest in the training.

MRSPTU, Vice Chancellor, Prof. Buta Singh Sidhu was the Chief Guest at the valedictory session of the programme.

Prof. Sidhu illustrated the role of such programs in overall development of Programme officers and their role towards society and how to inculcate the concept of positive attitude among students. He said teachers have a great role to mold young minds into responsible and conscious citizens. He added that teachers can play a pivotal role in preventing youth from digressions, deviances and negative traits by giving personal attention to their conduct and behavior.

University Registrar, Dr. Gurinder Pal Singh Brar presented the vote of thanks. He said he was glad to note that teachers from different parts of Punjab made it to the programme and discussed a wide range of social issues and topics.

 

Photo Caption: 1. NSS officers with the Vice Chancellor, Prof. Buta Singh Sidhu and dignitaries on the valedictory function.

2. MRSPTU, Vice Chancellor, Prof. Buta Singh Sidhu.

3. Participants paying obedient at Takhat Sri Damdama Sahib.

4. University photograph.

Sr.No. 3
Event Name: MRSPTU’s 6th Inter Zonal Youth Festival 2021 "Maan Watna Da” concluded- GZSCCET, MRSPTU main campus wins overall trophy
Date of Event: 2021-11-26
Department Name: MRSPTU
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MRSPTU’s 6th Inter Zonal Youth Festival 2021 "Maan Watna Da” concluded- GZSCCET, MRSPTU main campus wins overall trophy-

Baba Farid College of Engineering and Technology first runner up…

Bathinda, November 26

Maharaja Ranjit Singh Punjab Technical University (MRSPTU) Bathinda’s 6th Inter-Zonal Youth Festival-2021 titled as "Maan Watna Da” aimed to promote talent and culture concluded amidst much fanfare at university campus on Friday evening .   

Giani Zail Singh Campus College of Engineering and Technology and MRSPTU main  Campus secured first position and bagged the overall trophy, whereas BabaFarid College of Engineering and Technology, Deon bagged the first runner-up trophy. Whereas Young Scholars College, Handiaya (Barnala) secured third position.

Baba Farid University of Health Sciences (BFUHS), Vice Chancellor, Dr. Raj Bahadur was chief guest on the veladictory cermony, while Technical Education and Industrial Training , Additional Director, Dr. Mohanbir Singh Sidhu and All India Radio, Bathinda  Station Director, Mr. Rajiv Arora,  were guests of honour at the closing ceremony,  who presided over the prize distribution function.

The youth festival with  the theme “Maan Watna Da” which  underlines the importance of pride and love for the motherland, it consisted of various cultural and technical events, creative competitions and talent oriented cultural performances. More than 600 students of participating Constituent and affiliated colleges to the University celebrated the spirit of life by performing in various events of music, theatre, dance, literature, fine arts, besides various cultural, technical and literary events in various dimensions of performing arts; skits, song, dances, music Performance, Giddha and Bhangra were the main attractions of the  event.

Punjabi folk singer Dr. Kuldip Kaur Sandhu regaled the audience with her popular songs "Chidian Da Chamba" , Mazboori and Mitti Da Bawa. She has performed as play back singer in popular Punjabi movies.

Assistant Professor Gursewak Singh Lambi (Punjabi University, Patiala) and Prof. Zameerpal Kaur (Central University of Punjab) were observers for the Youth festival. Gursewak Lambi, who is a poet entertained the audience with his poem "Chuni Rang de Lalariiya" and Er. Sukhdeep Singh mesmerised the audience with "Damadama Mast Kalandhar".

Speaking on the occasion, Dr. Raj Bahadur said that the youngsters were blessed with several qualities and one of them was that such programmes helped them develop a team spirit, exhibit talent and skills during the competitions, which could help them to excel in their lives.He said these youth festivals not only revive our rich cultural heritage but gives us spirit of team work and good health.       

While welcoming the guests, Vice Chancellor, Prof. Buta Singh Sidhu said the youth festival is a unique platform for young talent and a celebration of youthful creativity and innovation.

Chief guest gave away the trophies to winners. The prize ceremony ended with the Vice  Chancellor appreciating the organising team for successfully organising the festival.

University Registrar, Dr. Gurinder Pal Singh Brar presented a vote of thanks. MRSPTU, Director, Sports and Youth Welfare and chief coordinator Mr.  Bhupinder Pal Singh Dhot welcomed the guests and highlighted the cultural activities of the university. Assistant Professors Dr. Sunita Kotwal and Anumeet Kaur managed the stage very well and kept the audience spellbound. The co-coordinators Sikander Singh Sidhu, Ar. Amandeep Kaur, Er. Navdeep Kaur Kheeva, Er. Sukhdeep Singh, Dr. Sukhwinder Singh and Dr. Harman jot Kaur worked very hard to make the event grand success. Senior University officials, Deans, Directors and faculty attended the function.

 

Photo caption: 1. The winner Giani Zail Singh Campus College of Engineering and Technology and MRSPTU main Campus team with the overall trophy with chief guest Dr Raj Bahadur and diginatries.

2.   Girls perform Giddha on the concluding day of Inter zonal youth festival. Youth performing Bhangra.

 3: Different colours and pictures of Cultural events.

Sr.No. 4
Event Name: National Legal Services Day celebrated with enthusiasm by Bathinda DLSA at MRSPTU
Date of Event: 2021-11-09
Department Name: MRSPTU
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National Legal Services Day celebrated with enthusiasm by Bathinda DLSA at MRSPTU

Bathinda Session judge releases film “Insaaf" based on the philosophy of justice and role of free legal aid…

Bathinda, November 9

 

The District Legal Services Authority (DLSA), Bathinda celebrated National Legal Services Day  by organizing a mass awareness seminar on the theme “Women Empowerment through Legal Aid” at Maharaja Ranjit Singh Punjab Technical University (MRSPTU), Bathinda Auditorium on Tuesday.

     Shri Kamaljit Singh Lamba, District and Sessions Judge-cum-Chairman, DLSA, presided over the function.  

        While addressing the students, Shri Lamba said, “To fulfill the promise of our forefathers of securing justice to all the citizens of India, we need to offer quality legal  services to poor women, children, disabled persons,   weaker sections of society  and down trodden ,”.

     Earlier, in an impressive function, Shri Lamba also released   a film named "Insaaf" based on the philosophy of justice and role of free legal aid at  District Bar Association Complex in collaboration with  Bar members.  The film was sponsored by Aerotown Mohali.

       Speaking on the occasion, MRSPTU Vice Chancellor, Prof. Buta Singh Sidhu said that the role and scope of Legal Services Authority has now expanded. It is playing an important role in providing information about various victim compensation schemes to the general public.

     Sh. Baljinder Singh Sra, Additional District & Sessions Judge, Bathinda gave information about the various legal rights of women under Constitution of India. He discussed laws regarding domestic violence, maintenance, succession, eve-teasing, stalking, dowry death etc and he also highlighted that “Law has remedy for every crime and atrocity. But awareness of legal rights needs utmost importance to get justice.

        Sh. Ashok Kumar Chauhan C.J.M.-cum-secretary, DLSA gave detailed information about the functioning of the DLSA in respect of free legal aid facility, Victim Compensation Schemes and Alternative Dispute Resolution Methods.  An interactive session with students was also organized where judicial officers precisely addressed the queries of students especially girls on women empowerment. District Child Development Project Officer, Smt. Ravneet Kaur was also present on this occasion.

     Registrar, Dr. Gurinder Pal Singh Brar presented vote of thanks. MRSPTU, Law officer, Amanpreet Singh Arshi led team worked very hard to make the programme a success. Assistant Professor, Manpreet Kaur Dhaliwal conducted the stage very well.

Caption: 1. Bathinda District and Sessions Judge Shri Kamaljit Singh Lamba addresses an awareness seminar on Women’s Empowerment at MRSPTU Auditorium on Tuesday.

2. MRSPTU Vice Chancellor, Prof. Buta Singh Sidhu honouring District and Sessions Judge Shri Kamaljit Singh Lamba at the function.

Sr.No. 5
Event Name: Annual cultural – literary-technical festival ‘Tarannum-2021’ concluded on colourful note at MRSPTU
Date of Event: 2021-10-23
Department Name: MRSPTU
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Annual cultural – literary-technical festival ‘Tarannum-2021’ concluded on colourful note at MRSPTU …. 

Co-Curricular activities play key role in shaping young minds and their personality: Ramesh Kumar Ganta

Bathinda, October 23

The annual mega Cultural–Literary-Technical Festival ‘TARANNUM-2021’ (Jashan-E-Azadi) concluded on colourful note at the jam packed auditorium of Maharaja Ranjit Singh Punjab Technical University (MRSPTU), Bathinda Campus late last night.

      MRSPTU, Vice Chancellor, Prof. Buta Singh Sidhu inaugurated the festival in the morning, while Principal Secretary Technical Education, Punjab, Shri Ramesh Kumar Ganta IAS was chief guest at the closing ceremony.  

      Addressing the students, Shri Ganta said  Co-curricular and sporting activities enhance the overall personality development of students and bring a positive impact on academic performance of students. While highlighting the contribution of such techno-cultural events towards the shaping of young minds and their personality, spirit of team work as well as competition among the students, he said co-curricular activities compliment academic level of students.

  Motivating the students to participate in co-curricular activities for their overall development, he said “Team work is very important to excel as professional in the field. Your talents shouldn’t be only for the livelihood, but it also has something to contribute into the society. It is this stage in your student life which will end the fear to face any stage in you professional and personal life,” he added.

      He also focused on the relationship between Faculty and students, innovative ways for teaching, elf learning and importance of participation. ‘All of you, who have participated in the competition are winners here. None of you are losers. One who participated in any sense can’t be losers,” he added.

     Remembering his own college days, Shri Ganta talked about the importance of memories made during such cultural festivals. He further said that the students must keep in mind hard work and blessings of their parents, while deciding their priorities during student life and opportunities to achieve something in life to make them proud of you, then it would help you to remain in focus during your course and avoid the distractions.

     While stressing on how the eco- system of learning can be enhanced in the university campus, he said that the ecosystem of learning depends upon how seniors, juniors and faculty respond to each other.

     Prof. Buta Singh Sidhu congratulated the students, participants, winners of various events and the organizers for the successful conduct of Tarrunam-2021, the grand Techno-Cultural fest.    He also   listed the achievements of the university in a short span.

     The fest consisted of various technical events, creative competitions and talent oriented cultural performances. Students celebrated the spirit of life by performing in various cultural, technical and literary events in various dimensions of performing arts. Skits, Song, Dances, Rap, Band Performance, power-packed Gidha and Bhangra were the main attractions of the event.

    Star attractions, world famous Sufi singers Birender Dhillon and Shamser Lehri and popular Film actor and Director Gurmeet Sajjan added color to the event with their popular performances and got huge applause from the audience.  Suffi singers regaled the audience with popular songs, Ardas, Gangajal, Change Din Phir ton lia de Baba Nanka, Tutt Jani Tunkadi Taar, Baba Nanak Bhali Karuga and Dilan De Virus etc. While Gurmeet Sajjan shared his popular dialogues and performed comedy to entertain the students.

   University Registrar, Dr. Gurinder Pal Singh Brar, Campus Director, Dr. Savina Bansal, senior faculty, Deans, Directors and staff attended the function.   

    Programme Chief Coordinator, Dr. Neerja Gill and Co- Coordinator, Satnam Singh, Student President Vaibhav Vibhav Singh and Jasmeen Kaur led teams worked very hard to make the programme a grand success. Assistant Professors, Dr. Sunita Kotwala and Miss Navdeep Kheev managed the stage very well. In the end all dignitaries distributed the prizes to winners.

Following were the detailed results of different events:

Technical Event

Debugging: -  Position Karanveer Singh(CSE) secured first position, while Diya Bansal(CSE) got second position.

Technical Rangoli:- Ritika (Pharmacy) and Shivam (Pharmacy) team got 1st position, while  Jimmy Singla (ECE) and Seema Singla (CSE) team got 2nd position.

Blind Coding:- Divya Bansal (CSE) got 1st position and Karanveer Singh (CSE) got 2nd position.

Technical Quiz: Nitti Kumar (CSE) got 1st position and Shekhar (B.pharma) secured second position.

Poster Making: - Parampreet Singh (B. Pharmacy) won first prize, while Shivam Bhaduria (B. Pharmacy) got 2nd prize.

Model Displaying: - Tareenpreet Singh (ECE) and Wakeel Khan (ME) team got 1st position and Saleem Khan (B.tech EE)  and Yadwinder Singh (B.tech EE)   team got  2st position.

Technical Debate: - Shivam Kumar (CSE) got 1st position and Gopal Kumar(CSE) got 2nd position.

Hobby Club

Tatto Art: - Khushdeep Kaur (CSE)got 1st position and Shamsher Singh (B.Arch) got 2nd position

Calligraphy: - Khushmat Kaur (CSE) got 1st position.

Face Painting: - Jashanpreet Kaur (B. pharma) and Navdeep Kaur (B.pharma) team got 1st position and Anmol Sidhu  (B. pharma)  and Sushan (B. pharma)  team got 2nd position.

Heena Kaari:-  Ritika (B Pharm) got first prize, while Radha Rani (BCA) bagged the second prize.

Clay Moulding:- Kashmir Singh(UBS) got first prize, while Mukesh Kumar ( B.Arch) got second prize.

Wall Hanging (Best out of waste): -  Ritika (B. Pharma) got first prize.

Origami:-   Biswajit Mondal (B.Arch) got first prize, Sahil got 2nd position and Anup Garg got 3rd position.

Caricature:-  Shamsher Singh (B.Arch) got first prize and Manpreet Kaur (Food science & Technology) got 2nd position.

Magazine Art:- Monika (B.Arch) got first prize and Anmol (B.pharma) got 2nd prize.

Charcoal :- Charlina J Dutta (B.Arch) got first prize and parampreet singh (B.pharma) got 2nd prize.

Literary  Event:  

Speech:- Sakshar Thakur (Civil) got 1st position and Shivam (CSE) got 2nd position

Press Conference: - Ani aAggarwal (Civil) got 1st position and Harsh Kumar Varshney got 2nd position.

 

Movie Mania:-   Ajmal (Pharmacy) got first prize, while Ritesh (BSc. Agriculture) the second prize.

Extempore Judgement: - Shivam Bhaduria (CSE) got first prize, while Harsh Kumar (CSE) the second prize.

Debate Competition: -   Krishan Kant Yadav (B.Sc. Food), Ani Aggarwal (B.Tech CE), Shivam Kumar (B.Tech CSE) and Harsh Kumar Team got first prize, Harshinder Kaur(B.Sc. FST), Rajdeep Singh (B.Tech CE), Abhijeet (B.pharma) and Naveen Tiwari(B.Tech CE) got the second prize and Karan(B.pharma), Vansh (B.pharma) Shivam Bhadauria (B.pharma) and Vansh tej Singh   (B.Arch) team got 3rd prize.

Poetry Recitation: -  Ajmal Mohiuddin got first prize, while Khushi (B.Hons. Mathematics) the second prize.

 

Cultural Events

Classical Vocal Music: - Disha (Mech.) got 1st position, Piyush Batsha (M.pharma) got 2nd position and Keshav (B.pharma 2021) got 3rd prize.

Group Song(Music):- Autal (Civil) and arun (Civil) got 1st position, Ayush, Shubham, Ratul, Manav team got 2nd position and Shubra, Vanshika, Somdatta, Khushboo, Amit Abhishek and Shushma got 3rd position.

Solo Dance(Girls):- Simran  (FST) got 1st prize, Himanshi (M.Sc. Physics) got 2nd prize and Divisha (CSE) got 3rd prize

Duet Dance (Dance):- Lovely (Archi) and Jashan (Archi) team got first prize, and Simran (FST) and rubal(FST)  team got 2nd prize and Sandhya(FST)  and kalpana(FST)  got 3rd prize.

Light India Vocal (Music):- Shomdata (Archi) got 1st prize, Garima Karn got 2nd prize and Nimratveer (B.pharma) got 3rd prize.

Folk Song Solo(Music):- Harpreet (Agriculture) got 1st position, Avtar (Civil) got 2nd position and Hitesh (Textile) got 3rd prize.

Solo Dance (boys):- Manpreet (B.pharma) got 1st prize, Taranpreet (Civil) got 2nd prize and Dilip got 3rd prize.

Instrumental (Music):- Ratul (Mechanical) got first prize and Vashwant (CSE) got 2nd prize.

Photo Caption: 1. MRSPTU, Vice Chancellor, Prof. Buta Singh Sidhu and dignitaries lighting the lamp to inaugurate the festival.

2. Shri Ramesh Kumar Ganta IAS and Prof. Buta Singh Sidhu along with dignitaries honouring Sufi singers Birender Dhillon, Shamser Lehri and Film actor and Director Gurmeet Sajjan at MRSPTU Campus.

3. Students participating in different events at Tarannum-2021’ – 2021 at MRSPTU campus. 

Sr.No. 6
Event Name: AICTE Sponsored Professional Development Program for Non- teaching staff begins at MRSPTU
Date of Event: 2021-10-13
Department Name: MRSPTU
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AICTE Sponsored Professional Development Program for Non- teaching staff begins at MRSPTU …

Practical knowledge most important for Non-Teaching staff: AICTE

Bathinda, October 13

Two week long All India Council of Technical Education (AICTE), sponsored Professional Development Program (PDP) for Non- teaching staff started at the Auditorium of Maharaja Ranjit Singh Punjab Technical University (MRSPTU), Bathinda.

More than 30 eminent resource persons from various prestigious institutions National Institute of Technical Teachers Training and Research (NITTTR) Chandigarh, Central University Punjab, Bathinda, Punjabi University, Patiala and other Institutions are delivering lectures on important topics in this PDP. Hundreds of employees of MRSPTU will attend and benefit from the two week-long event.

Renowned administrator and academician, Col. B. Vankat Director, Faculty development cell (FDC Cell), AICTE, New Delhi was chief guest during the inaugural ceremony.

While speaking on the occasion, Col. Vankat stressed upon the importance of Professional Development Program for Non- Teaching staff.  He pointed out that PDP will facilitate the identification of the training needs of different categories of non-teaching employees and suggest specific areas for training and duration of the training programme preferred by the employees.  

Col. Vankat pointed out that Practical knowledge is most important for Non-Teaching staff of technical institutes. “More hours spent in practical training will bridge the skill gap,” he said while adding that lack of practical knowledge will definitely affect their work.

While delivering inaugural speech, MRSPTU, Vice Chancellor Prof. Buta Singh Sidhu said that the PDP is aimed to enable the Non -Teaching Staff in furtherance of their duties towards the institute / University, to imbibe latest / futuristic means and methods as pertaining to their profession / department, besides effectively participation and conducting activities with perfection without supervision to become role models for others to follow. He said, "the employees would have to develop “a culture of learning to know good; learn to do good; and learn to be good”. Only then will good things emerge,” .

Earlier, Prof. Dr. Balwinder Singh, Professor and University Coordinator of the training programme gave introduction of the training program.

Er. Amardev Singh from NITTTR, Chandigarh explained that frequent training and capacity building activities are essential to acquaint themselves with the rapid structural changes particularly in the university system and the whole education sector in general.

       Prof. Suresh Kumar Dhameja, NITTTR,  Chandigarh stressed that training needs assessment which aims at finding which kind of knowledge and skills are required by an employee to improve his/her work efficiency and increase productivity.

Dr. Nachhatar Singh, Former Principal Cooperative Societies Institute, Jalandhar spoke on Human Values and office work effectiveness. He stressed the need for imparting rich cultural heritage and traditions that gave importance to human values based knowledge to staff to build their character and ensure that they contribute positively towards growth and glory of the institution and address the issues of stakeholders with smiling faces.

University Registrar, Dr. Gurinder Pal Singh Brar stressed upon  the need of Non-Teaching Staff training to up-to-date their respective skills and to be able to effectively participate in day to day activities pertaining to their profession / department. Campus Director, & MRSPTU, Dean Academics, Dr. Savina Bansal and Deputy Registrar, Mr.  Agyapal Singh also spoke about various aspects of the event.

Prof. (Dr.) Balwinder Singh, University Coordinator of the training programme led a team working very hard to make the program a grand success. He welcomed the Chief Guest, the resource persons and the participants of PDP. He also thanked FDC Cell of AICTE for financial assistance to conduct such valuable programs.

Programme Anchor Prof. Sunita Kotwal conducted the programme very well. The programme Coordinator Er. Yadwinder Sharma and Er. Sukhvinder Singh of Mechanical Engineering Department played key role in organizing the event and unique activities.

 

Photo Caption: 1. Experts participating in the PDP organised at MRSPTU.

2. Col. B. Vankat Director, Faculty development cell (FDC Cell), AICTE, New Delhi delivering inaugural speech at the PDP.  

3. MRSPTU, Vice Chancellor Prof. Buta Singh Sidhu speaking at the PDP.

4. Dr. Nachhatar Singh, Former Principal Cooperative Societies Institute, Jalandhar speaking at the PDP.

Sr.No. 7
Event Name: World Architecture Day celebrated in MRSPTU, Bathinda
Date of Event: 2021-10-06
Department Name: Architecture
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World Architecture Day celebrated in MRSPTU, Bathinda-

Aaryans and Roman houses win 1st and 2nd position respectively-

 Charlina J Dutta, Somdata Chatterjee, Biswajit Mondal and Vishal win prestigious competitions…

Bathinda, October 06

Giani Zail Singh School of Architecture & Planning, Maharaja Ranjit Singh Punjab Technical University, Bathinda celebrated World Architecture Day with much fanfare, which was open to all the students of the University.

     The events for the morning session were Grace the Trace, Worth the Word and Shape - A- Toon competition, which were open for all the departments. The winner of “Grace the Trace” was Charlina J. Dutta (2k19) & runner up was Shamsher Singh (2k19).

For “Worth the Word” the winner was Somdata Chatterjee (2k19) and first runner up was Bikas (2k19). For “Shape - A- Toon” the winners were Biswajit Mondal (2k19) & Vishal (2k19) , first runner up were Varun Singla (2k20)  & Amarjeet (2k20) , second runner up Kashyap Saumyam (2k19) & Lohit Yadav(2k19).

       In the evening session, “Inter-House Quiz” competitions were organized. The houses were: Romans, Aaryans, Greeks and Egyptians. There were total five rounds. In the interesting competitions, the Aaryans got 1st position while Romans secured 2nd position.

The event was organised under the guidance of Prof. (Dr.) Bhupinderpal Singh Dhot by Ar. Gurmeet Kaur. This event was hosted by the AART body of GZS School of Architecture & Planning, MRSTU Bathinda, consisting of President- Piyush Maurya; Vice President- Simerpreet Kaur; Treasurer- Sahil Singla; Secretary- Shruti Kakkar; House Captains- Damanpreet Jakhar, Lovely Chilana, Harshita Kaur, Surya Ahuja under the guidance of faculty members. Additional hands include Geetika Gupta, Raman Chauhan, Manoj Das, Neelesh from 2018 batch.

Chief Guest of the event was University, Registrar, Prof. Gurinderpal Singh Brar and Guest of honor was Campus Director & MRSPTU, Dean Academics, Dr. Savina Bansal, who congratulated and inspired the students for further participation in such events. The winners were awarded with certificates and prizes by the Chief Guest. Ending note for the event was delivered by Ar. Kanishka.

Head of Department Prof. (Dr.) Bhupinder Pal Singh Dhot, Ar. Kapil Arora , Ar. Kajal Handa Arshi, Ar. Gurmeet Kaur & Ar. Jasleen Kaur worked very hard for the success of the programme. Prof. Dhot commended and motivated all the participants and the organizing members for making the event successful and a memorable one.

MRSPTU, Vice Chancellor, Prof. Buta Singh Sidhu encouraged and congratulated the faculty and students of the department, who have contributed significantly in making the department one of the most sought-after schools of architecture in Punjab.

Photo Caption: 1. Different picture of World Architecture Day celebrated at MRSPTU.

2. The winning houses and the organizing batch

July-September (2021)
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Event Name: WORLD PHARMACIST DAY CELEBRATED AT MRSPTU
Date of Event: 2021-09-25
Department Name: Pharmacy
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WORLD PHARMACIST DAY CELEBRATED AT MRSPTU…

BATHINDA, SEPTEMBER 25

The Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences & Technology, Maharaja Ranjit Singh Punjab Technical University (MRSPTU), Bathinda celebrated the World Pharmacist Day on 25th September, 2021.  On this occasion, students of the Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences & Technology held a parade in the University Campus.

 

The students celebrated the day with great zeal and enthusiasm. The objective was to promote and advocate for pharmacist’s role in promoting health throughout world.

 

Congratulating the students, MRSPTU, Vice Chancellor, Prof. Buta Singh Sidhu and Registrar Dr. Gurinder Pal Singh Brar        .

On this occasion Prof. Buta Singh Sidhu also extended his warm greetings and explained the students about the role and responsibilities of Pharmacists in the present scenario.

Head of Department and Senior faculty members of the department also addressed the students on this occasion and highlighted the roles and responsibilities of a Pharmacist in global scenario.

Photo Caption: Different pictures of students and faculty participating in   World Pharmacist Day celebrations at MRSPTU.

Sr.No. 2
Event Name: MRSPTU celebrates 75th Independence day with enthusiasm and patriotic fervour
Date of Event: 2021-08-15
Department Name: MRSPTU
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MRSPTU celebrates 75th Independence day with enthusiasm and patriotic fervour
Bathinda, August 15

Maharaja Ranjit Singh Punjab Technical University (MRSPTU), Bathinda celebrated 75th Independence Day with enthusiasm and Patriotic fervour at Athletic Ground on Sunday. Saluting the Nation and its freedom fighters, Chief Guest on the occasion, MRSPTU, Vice Chancellor, Prof. Buta Singh Sidhu unfurled the National Flag.

"Revolution is an inalienable right of mankind. Freedom is an imperishable birth right of all. Labour is the real sustainer of the society, the sovereignty of the ultimate destiny of the workers" Prof. Sidhu started his speech while quoting famous lines of Shahid- E-Azam Bhagat Singh.

While addressing, Prof. Sidhu appealed to the gathering to adopt the attitude of humanity, brotherhood, national integrity, progress, prosperity, peace, and justice forgetting the differences of color, creed and caste.

"India is a progressive nation of this world and has achieved advancements in technology, military, arts, agriculture and architecture etc., but the  process of Nation Building is still on," he said while strongly appealing to the youth to arise to the challenges of the day and dedicate themselves to the building of strong Nation.

Being a technical university," We  have a big  responsibility on our shoulders to contribute to the progress of the nation. Teachers, who are heavily paid from the Government exchequer  should love their profession and be “Role Model” for the students. “A teacher is a beacon light that acts as a lighthouse to guide the stranded students in the sea of life,” he said.

India has emerged towards becoming a global power to fulfil it. However, in this competitive world to march further, a nation requires the power of Science & Technology to be counted among the best.   " Even if each of us decides to work with one problem of our society,  we will see that we will be making great contributions towards the nation, the state and to the university," Prof. Sidhu said while  appealing to the students for innovation  and research.

MRSPTU Registrar, Dr. Gurinder Pal Singh Brar also conveyed his greetings on Independence Day and gave his best wishes for a bright future for the students. He said a teacher's life is a living message for his students to work hard in the service of the country.

MRSPTU Dean Academic and Campus Director, Dr. Savina Bansal said engineers play a very important role in every walk of life. Engineers contribute to the nation’s technological and industrial progress,” she added.

The NCC cadets and Security personals conducted the parade in honour of the national flag.  Lt. Rajeev Varshney, 20 Punjab Battalion NCC and Er. Vivek Kondal, ANO of 2 Punjab R & V SQN, NCC of the Campus led volunteers enthusiastically participated in the celebrations.

Photo Caption: 1. MRSPTU, Vice Chancellor, Prof. Buta Singh Sidhu, Campus Director, Dr. Savina Bansal and senior faculty members unfurl the National Flag on Independence Day at MRSPTU Campus on Sunday.

2. Different pictures of Independence day Celebration at MRSPTU.

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April-June (2021)
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Event Name: World Environment Day: Tree plantation drive and Environment Awareness Week to mark celebration at MRSPTU
Date of Event: 2021-06-04
Department Name: MRSPTU
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World Environment Day: Tree plantation drive and Environment Awareness Week to mark celebration at MRSPTU-

Bathinda, June 4

 

To mark the World Environment Day (June 5), a massive tree plantation drive was organized in the Maharaja Ranjit Singh Punjab Technical University, Bathinda on Friday. This drive was part of the Environmental Awareness Week which is being celebrated by the university.

MRSPTU, Vice Chancellor, Prof. Buta Singh Sidhu, Registrar, Dr. Gurinder Pal Singh Brar, GZSCCET, Campus director, Dr. Savina Bansal and senior officials of the university inaugurated the plantation drive and flagged off tractor-trailers carrying different varieties of trees for plantation in different villages and Bathinda city.  Plantation was also carried out by different departments of the university in the campus premises on Friday.

NSS in-charge, Dr. Meenu said that the various varieties of plants including Sheesham, Amaltas, Gulmohar, Toot, Dek, Neem, Kachnar, Guava  and Jamun etc. will be planted during the week.   

Giving details, Dr. Meenu said that during the Awareness week, National Service Scheme (NSS), Programme officers, volunteers and environment friendly alumni of the Institute will take part in this initiative of environment concern. They will carry out plantation drives in Chak Bakhtu, Chak Fateh Singh Wala, Chak Ram Singh Wala, Kartarpur  Thande,  Lehra Mohabbat and Punjab Institute of Technology (PIT), Nandgarh .

June 5 has been celebrated as World Environment Day every year since 1972 when the United Nations General Assembly established this day on the first day of the Stockholm Conference on Human Environment. Two years later in 1974, World Environment Day was celebrated for the first time with the theme: "Only One Earth" and since then it is celebrated all over the world with full enthusiasm.

Prof. Buta Singh Sidhu expressed concern over the dire consequences of deforestation which is quite rampant in the current trends of urbanization, Industrialization and consumerism.    He said the new generation should cultivate eco-friendly living as a culture.

“The pure air and water are the rights of the coming generation. No development is possible by destroying nature. Not only June 5, should every day be environmental protection day,” said Prof. Sidhu while urging  everyone to make their living style and practice nature friendly by  growing  more and more trees. He lauded the efforts of NSS units in arranging such events of environmental protection and spreading the awareness among the students.

It is worthwhile to mention here that Mahatma Gandhi National Council of Rural Education (MGNCRE) under the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India selected MRSPTU  with Swachhta  Award under “One District One Green Champion” Award for clean green environment of the campus. 

 

Photo Caption :1  MRSPTU, Vice Chancellor, Prof. Buta Singh Sidhu   and senior officials of the University flagging off tractor-trailers carrying different varieties of trees for plantation and  volunteers for creating awareness and planting trees.

2. Plantation drives in different departments of the university.

January-March (2021)
Sr.No. 1
Event Name: International Women Day: Science Live held at MRSPTU to mark the day AIIMS Director recalls sacrifices and contribution of great scientists Women are agents of change in every domain: VC
Date of Event: 2021-03-08
Department Name: MRSPTU
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International Women Day: Science Live held at MRSPTU to mark the day

AIIMS Director recalls sacrifices and contribution of great scientists

Women are agents of change in every domain: VC

Bathinda, March 8

Maharaja Ranjit Singh Punjab Technical University (MRSPTU), Bathinda organized Science Live with the theme “Science is life, Make Successful Career in Science” to mark the International Women Day and National Science Day here on Monday.

   All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), Bathinda Director Dr. D.K. Singh inaugurated the programme.

    The programme (online and offline mode) was aimed to inspire the students in promoting scientific temper and sharing the significance of scientific applications in our daily life with practical examples.

  Live Aero modelling show by  Shri Yadwinder Singh Khokhar of Siryewala was a great success and kept the students spellbound. While Arshdeep Sharma from IISER, Mohali displayed Drone and Bluetooth technology based projects like Quadcopter and  Bluetooth car, which got appreciation from the students. Live Science show also included go kart/car rally-project, Project exhibition- live demonstration and basic science live experiments.

      Thousands of school students from various schools in all 22 districts of Punjab joined the programme on YouTube, which proved a boon for them. While Bathinda Meritorious School students under the guidance of Principal Dr. Rubi Gupta   attended the programme at university. All COVID guidelines were strictly followed during the programme.  

  Speaking on the occasion, while recalling the sacrifices and contribution of great scientists, Dr. D.K. Singh said there was an urgent need to implement new technologies for the development of science and provide opportunities to the scientific minds of our country for a sustainable future. He also quoted scientific insights in Guru Granth Sahib and teachings of Guru Sahiban.

  Dr. Singh remembered the dedication, determination and untiring efforts of great scientists like Dr. A.P. J. Abdul Kalam, who are India’s pride. While remembering great women of the World, Dr. Singh  also  described the story of the incredible woman who laid the foundation of AIIMS – Raj Kumari Amrit Kaur (India’s first health minister hailing from the princely state of Kapurthala), who set up India’s premier public institution for healthcare.

   MRSPTU, Vice Chancellor, Prof. Buta Singh Sidhu said women are agents of change in the social, economic, cultural and political processes of the country and play a crucial role even  in challenging domains like the defence services, police and security forces. Prof. Sidhu also narrated the scientific perspective of Guru Sahiban’s teaching and women empowerment. Guru's message   "So Kyon Manda Aakhiye-Jit Jammeh Rajan" which means woman has been a birth giver to many a Saint, great Kings and Emperors, how she may be inferior/ sinner" sends a strong message on women empowerment, he added.

      Dr. (Rtd.) S.B. Singh, Principal Guru Nanak Dev Engineering College, Ludhiana delivered a motivational lecture and briefed about various fee waiver schemes for meritorious students in engineering and medical lines.

     Prof. (Rtd.) Swarandeep Singh Hundal, Punjab Agriculture University, Ludhiana gave various tips for success in life and career. He pointed out that behind each success is a story of tremendous commitment and perseverance.

     All India Council of Technical Education (AICTE), Faculty Development Director, Col. B. Venkat, briefed about the various scholarships and AICTE schemes for the students and institutes.  

      The programme coordinator, Dr. Manjeet Bansal, Er. Rajinder Singh, Er. Haramritpal Singh, Er.  Yadwinder Sharma and Prof. Mukesh Grover played key roles in organising the event, while Dr. Sunita Kotwal managed the stage very well.

       It may be mentioned here that International Women's Day is celebrated on March 8 every year around the world for the women’s rights and celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women, while National Science Day is celebrated every year on February 28 to commemorate discovery of the ‘Raman Effect’, which led to Sir C.V. Raman winning the Nobel Prize.

 

 

Photo Caption: Science Live Programme- (AIIMS), Bathinda Director Dr. D.K. Singh inaugurated the Live Science Programme by lighting the lamp.

 2. Dr. D.K. Singh  along with MRSPTU, Vice Chancellor, Prof. Buta Singh Sidhu and other senior officials inspecting the Live Science models and Live Technology Demonstration.   

3. School students at Science live programme in  MRSPTU on Monday.

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Event Name: MRSPTU celebrates 6th Foundation Day with great enthusiasm
Date of Event: 2021-02-10
Department Name: MRSPTU
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MRSPTU celebrates 6th Foundation Day with great enthusiasm

The philosophy and teachings of Sikh Guru Sahiban guiding force for mankind: VC

Experts threw light on life and teachings of Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji and Philosophy of Maharaja Ranjit Singh

Prominent innovators and creative artists facilitated on the occasion….  

Bathin

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Event Name: MRSPTU celebrates Republic Day with Enthusiasm and patriotic fervor
Date of Event: 2021-01-26
Department Name: MRSPTU
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MRSPTU celebrates Republic Day with Enthusiasm and patriotic fervor...

Bathinda, January 27

Maharaja Ranjit Singh Punjab Technical University (MRSPTU), Bathinda celebrated 72nd   Republic Day with enthusiasm and Patriotic fervour at Athletic Ground.

 
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Event Name: Lohri celebration with great joy and fervor at MRSPTU, Bathinda
Date of Event: 2021-01-13
Department Name: MRSPTU
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Lohri celebration with great joy and fervor at MRSPTU, Bathinda

Bathinda, January 13

The festival of Lohri was celebrated with great joy and fervor at Maharaja Ranjit Singh Punjab Technical University, Bathinda on Wednesday.

      The students and faculty enjoyed the rich cultural folklore of Punjab through songs and dancing. Bonfires were lit by various departments of the university and traditional, Revari, Gachak, Popcorn and Ground nuts were distributed amongst the participants.

     On this occasion, Chief Guest, MRSPTU, Vice Chancellor, Prof. Buta Singh Sidhu emphasised on the traditions behind the Lohri festival and said the young generation must follow the heritage given to us by previous generations.

     MRSPTU, Dean, Research and Development Prof. (Dr.) Jasbir Singh   Hundal said the origin of the festival could be traced back from the tale of “Dulla Bhatti”, who was a famous legendary hero of Punjab and led a rebellion against Mughal emperor Akbar.

    Food Science and Technology, Department head, Dr. Kawaljit Singh Sandhu and Pharmaceutical science and Technology Department head, Dr. Rahul Deshmukh  and faculty members played key roles in  organising the event.

Photo Caption: MRSPTU, Vice Chancellor, Prof. Buta Singh Sidhu joining Lohri celebrations with students and faculty on Wednesday.

 

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July-September (2020)
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Event Name: MRSPTU CELEBRATES INDEPENDENCE DAY WITH PATRIOTIC FERVOUR
Date of Event: 2020-08-16
Department Name: MRSPTU
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MRSPTU CELEBRATES INDEPENDENCE DAY WITH PATRIOTIC FERVOUR

BATHINDA, AUGUST 16

Maharaja Ranjit Singh Punjab Technical University (MRSPTU), Bathinda celebrated 74th  Independence Day with enthusiasm and Patriotic fervour at Campus.

January-March (2020)
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Event Name: Maharaja Ranjit Singh’s birth anniversary celebrated at MRSPTU
Date of Event: 2020-11-13
Department Name: MRSPTU
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Maharaja Ranjit Singh’s birth anniversary celebrated at MRSPTU

Artist Gurpreet Singh urges Punjab Government for establishment of Fine Arts University in state

Live-painting of artist on Maharaja Ranjit Singh mesmerised the audience

BATHINDA, NOVEMBER 13

Maharaja Ranjit Singh Punjab Technical University (MRSPTU), Bathinda commemorated the 240th birth anniversary of Maharaja Ranjit Singh with zeal and enthusiasm by organising a function

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Event Name: ‘NATIONAL SCIENCE DAY-2020’ CELEBRATEDAT MRSPTU- RENOWNED SCIENTIST PROF. VIPIN KUMAR TRIPATHI INSPIRESSTUDENTS FOR SCIENTIFIC TEMPERAMENT
Date of Event: 2020-03-13
Department Name: MRSPTU
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‘NATIONAL SCIENCE DAY-2020’ CELEBRATED AT MRSPTU- RENOWNED SCIENTIST PROF. VIPIN KUMAR   TRIPATHI INSPIRES STUDENTS FOR SCIENTIFIC TEMPERAMENT  

 

BATHINDA, MARCH 13

Maharaja Ranjit Singh Punjab Technical University (MRSPTU), Bathinda celebrated ‘National Science Day-2020’ under “Mission Innovative Punjab” on the theme ‘Women in Science’ at Conference Hall here on Friday. The students celebrated the day with great zeal and enthusiasm.

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Event Name: 27th ANNUAL ATHLETIC MEET AT MRSPTU
Date of Event: 2020-03-09
Department Name: MRSPTU
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PRESS RELEASE:

MRSPTU 27th ANNUAL ATHLETIC MEET CONCLUDED ON COLOURFUL NOTE ….

BATHINDA, MARCH 9

The 27th annual athletics meet of Maharaja Ranjit Singh Punjab Technical University (MRSPTU) main campus and Giani Zail Singh Campus College of Engineering and Technology (GZSCCET), MRSPTU concluded at Athletics Ground on colourful note.

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Event Name: 27TH ANNUAL ATHLETIC MEET-2020 KICKS OFF ON COLOURFUL NOTE AT MRSPTU
Date of Event: 2020-03-05
Department Name: MRSPTU
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27TH ANNUAL ATHLETIC MEET-2020 KICKS OFF ON COLOURFUL NOTE AT MRSPTU-

SURAJ AND KIRANJOT WIN GOLD MEDALS IN RACE EVENTS 

BATHINDA, MARCH 5

 

27th Annual Athletic Meet-2020 of the Giani Zail Singh Campus College of Engineering and Technology (GZSCCET), Maharaja Ranjit Singh Punjab Technical University (MRSPTU) and MRSPTU main campus kicked off on colourful note at Athletics Ground here on Thursday.  

Sr.No. 5
Event Name: TRIBUTES TO PULWAMA TERROR ATTACK VICTIMS -MRSPTU’s PHYSICS DEPARTMENT ORGANIZES BLOOD DONATION CAMP
Date of Event: 2020-02-14
Department Name: Physics
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TRIBUTES TO PULWAMA TERROR ATTACK VICTIMS - MRSPTU’s PHYSICS DEPARTMENT ORGANIZES BLOOD DONATION CAMP  …

BATHINDA, FEBRUARY 14

The Department of Physics, Maharaja Ranjit Singh Punjab Technical University (MRSPTU), Bathinda organised a blood donation camp to commemorate the Centenary Celebrations of Indian Red Cross Society here on Friday.

October-December (2019)
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Event Name: NCC DAY CELEBRATED AT MRSPTU WITH FERVOR
Date of Event: 2019-11-29
Department Name: ncc
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NCC DAY CELEBRATED AT MRSPTU WITH FERVOR ...  

BATHINDA, NOVEMBER 29

71st National Cadet Core (NCC) Day was celebrated in Giani Zail Singh Campus College of Engineering and Technology (GZSCCET), Maharaja Ranjit Singh Punjab Technical University, Bathinda with fervor and gaiety. 

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Event Name: SCIENCE FAIR TO ADMIRE BUDDING SCIENTISTS ORGANISED AT MRSPTU- 32INSTITUTES PARTICIPTED
Date of Event: 2019-11-19
Department Name: Chemistry, Physics
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SCIENCE FAIR TO ADMIRE BUDDING SCIENTISTS ORGANISED AT MRSPTU- 32 INSTITUTES PARTICIPTED  

BATHINDA, NOVEMBER 19

 

Maharaja Ranjit Singh Punjab Technical University (MRSPTU), Bathinda’s department of Chemistry & Physics organized Inter Institutional Science Fair – 2019 with the theme "Science: From Concept to Technology" at the main campus.

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Event Name: INTER ZONAL YOUTH FESTIVAL-MRSPTU CAMPUS WINS OVERALL TROPHY
Date of Event: 2019-11-14
Department Name: MRSPTU
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MRSPTU’s 5th INTER ZONAL YOUTH FESTIVAL "SARBAT DA BHALA” DEDICATED TO 550TH BIRTH ANNIVARSARY OF SRI GURU NANAK DEV JI CONCLUDED ON COLOURFUL NOTE  ….

-MRSPTU CAMPUS WINS OVERALL TROPHY

BATHINDA, NOVEMBER 14

Maharaja Ranjit Singh Punjab Technical University (MRSPTU) Bathinda’s 5th Inter-Zonal Youth Festival titled as "Sarbat Da Bhala” aimed to promote talent and culture concluded amidst much fanfare at University campus. 

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Event Name: TWO DAY MRSPTU, ZONAL YOUTH FESTIVAL TITLED "MEHAK PUNJAB DI” BEGINS
Date of Event: 2019-10-25
Department Name: MRSPTU
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PRESS RELEASE 

 

TWO DAY MRSPTU, ZONAL YOUTH FESTIVAL TITLED "MEHAK PUNJAB DI” BEGINS ONCOLORFUL NOTE….

MOGA, OCTOBER 25

Maharaja Ranjit Singh Punjab Technical University (MRSPTU) Bathinda’s 4th Inter-Zonal two days Youth Festival titled as "Mehak Punjab Di” aimed to promote talent and culture started amidst much fanfare at Desh Bhagat Foundation Group of Institutions (DBFGI) near Moga . 

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Event Name: GREEN DIWALI 2019 BY NSS UNIT OF PIT NANDGARH
Date of Event: 2019-10-18
Department Name: PIT, Nandgarh
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GREEN DIWALI 2019 BY NSS UNIT OF PIT NANDGARH.

Bathinda, October 18

NSS Unit of PIT Nandgarh organised a college level Green and clean  Diwali fair on 17th October 2019 at Punjab Institute of Technology, Nandgarh a Constituent college of Maharaja Ranjit Singh Punjab Technical University(MRSPTU), Bathinda. Dr. Balwinder Singh Sidhu Director PIT Nandgarh extended a very warm welcome to main speaker and Chief Guest Sh. Swaran Singh, SP vigilance, Bathinda.  Guests of honour Dr. Buta Singh, Dean Planning & Development, MRSPTU, Bathinda and Er. Harpal Singh, S.D.O. Public health Sri Muktsar Sahib, were also received hefty welcome from all staff members & students of PIT.

July-September (2019)
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Event Name: WORLD PHARMACIST DAY CELEBRATED AT MRSPTU
Date of Event: 2019-09-25
Department Name: Pharmacy
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WORLD PHARMACIST DAY CELEBRATED AT MRSPTU…

BATHINDA, SEPTEMBER 25

The Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences & Technology, Maharaja Ranjit Singh Punjab Technical University (MRSPTU), Bathinda celebrated the World Pharmacist Day on the theme of “Pharmacists are Responsible for Safe and Effective Medicines for All” at Campus on Wednesday.

January-March (2019)
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Event Name: ANNUAL CULTURAL –LITERARY-TECHNICAL FESTIVAL ‘TARANNUM-2019’ CELEBRATE AT MRSPTU
Date of Event: 2019-10-24
Department Name: MRSPTU
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PRESS RELEASE:

 

ANNUAL CULTURAL – LITERARY-TECHNICAL FESTIVAL ‘TARANNUM-2019’ CONCLUDED ON COLOURFUL NOTE AT MRSPTU….

 

BATHINDA, OCTOBER 24

 

The annual mega Cultural–Literary-Technical Festival ‘TARANNUM-2019’ concluded on colourful note at  Giani Zail Singh Campus College of Engineeri

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Event Name: MRSPTU CELEBRATES INDEPENDENCE DAY WITH ENTHUSIASM AND PATRIOTIC FERVOUR
Date of Event: 2019-08-15
Department Name: MRSPTU
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Event Name: 4th INTER COLLEGE ATHLETIC MEET KICKS OFF AT MRSPTU
Date of Event: 2019-03-15
Department Name: MRSPTU
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4th INTER COLLEGE ATHLETIC MEET KICKS OFF ON COLOURFUL NOTE AT MRSPTU-

BATHINDA, MARCH 15

4th Annual Inter-College Athletic meet at Maharaja Ranjit Singh Punjab Technical University (MRSPTU) kicked off amid sporting action on Friday.  Two day long athletic meet saw more than 200 athletes participating in different events on day one.

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Event Name: INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY CELEBRATED AT MRSPTU BATHINDA
Date of Event: 2019-03-08
Department Name: MRSPTU
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INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY CELEBRATED AT MRSPTU BATHINDA

BATHINDA, MARCH 8

The International Women’s Day 2019 was celebrated with fervor and enthusiasm at Maharaja Ranjit Singh Punjab Technical University (MRSPTU) Bathinda here today. More than 200 faculty, Staff and students participated.

Sr.No. 5
Event Name: 26th ANNUAL ATHLETIC MEET OF GZSCCET
Date of Event: 2019-03-02
Department Name: GZSCCET, MRSPTU
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PRESS RELEASE:

GZSCCET 26th ANNUAL ATHLETIC MEET CONCLUDED ON COLOURFUL NOTE-

BATHINDA, MARCH 2

26th annual athletics meet of the Giani Zail Singh Campus College of Engineering and Technology (GZSCCET), Maharaja Ranjit Singh Punjab Technical University (MRSPTU) concluded on colourful note here on Friday evening.

October-December (2018)
Sr.No. 1
Event Name: MRSPTU ORGANIZES INTER-COLLEGE KABADDI TOURNAMENT- HOST CAMPUS TEAM WINS TITLE-KCTCET SANGRUR GETS SECOND POSTION
Date of Event: 2018-12-11
Department Name: MRSPTU
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PRESS RELEASE:

MRSPTU ORGANIZES INTER-COLLEGE KABADDI TOURNAMENT- HOST CAMPUS TEAM WINS TITLE-KCTCET SANGRUR GETS SECOND POSTION …

BATHINDA, OCTOBER 4

TWO Day National style Inter-College Kabaddi tournament 2018-19 concluded at Maharaja Ranjit Singh Punjab Technical University (MRSPTU) main Campus here on Thursday.

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Event Name: MRSPTU ORGANIZES INTER-COLLEGE HANDBALL TOURNAMENT
Date of Event: 2018-11-30
Department Name: MRSPTU
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MRSPTU ORGANIZES INTER-COLLEGE HANDBALL TOURNAMENT -

HOST MRSPTU WINS TITLE, AIIT, MOGA GETS SECOND POSITION …

BATHINDA, NOVEMBER 30

Maharaja Ranjit Singh Punjab Technical University (MRSPTU), Bathinda organized Inter-College Handball Tournament (Girls category)  2018-19 at its main campus. All the matches were played on League basis.

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Event Name: ANNUAL CULTURAL – LITERARY-TECHNICAL FESTIVAL ‘TARANNUM-2018’ BEGINS WITH FANFARE AT MRSPTU
Date of Event: 2018-10-11
Department Name: MRSPTU
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PRESS RELEASE:

ANNUAL CULTURAL – LITERARY-TECHNICAL FESTIVAL ‘TARANNUM-2018’ BEGINS WITH FANFARE AT MRSPTU…

BATHINDA, OCTOBER 11

The two-day Annual Cultural –Literary-Technical Festival ‘TARANNUM-2018’ commenced at  Giani Zail Singh Campus College of Engineering and Technology (GZSCCET), Maharaja Ranjit Singh Punjab Technical University (MRSPTU), Bathinda Campus with great enthusiasm and fanfare.

July-September (2018)
Sr.No. 1
Event Name: INDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATION AT MRSPTU
Date of Event: 2018-08-16
Department Name: MRSPTU
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PRESS NOTE

INDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATION AT MRSPTU...

BATHINDA, AUGUST 16 

Maharaja Ranjit Singh Punjab Technical University (MRSPTU), Bathinda celebrated 72nd Independence Day with enthusiasm and Patriotic fervour.

      Saluting the Nation and its freedom fighters,  Chief Guest on the occasion, MRSPTU,  Vice Chancellor, Dr. Mohan Paul Singh Ishar unfurled the National Flag.

January-March (2018)
Sr.No. 1
Event Name: MRSPTU ORGANIZES INTER-COLLEGE FOOTBALL TOURNAMENT- NWIET, DHUDHI KE WINS TITTLE, HOST MRSPTU GETS SECOND POSITION
Date of Event: 2018-10-17
Department Name: MRSPTU
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PRESS RELEASE:

MRSPTU ORGANIZES INTER-COLLEGE FOOTBALL TOURNAMENT-

NWIET, DHUDHI KE WINS TITTLE, HOST MRSPTU GETS SECOND POSITION …

BATHINDA, OCTOBER 17

Two days Inter-College Football Tournament (Boys) 2018-19 organised by Maharaja Ranjit Singh Punjab Technical University (MRSPTU), Bathinda concluded at its main campus. All the matches were played on knockout basis.

In a tough contest, North West Institute of Engineering Technology (NWIET) Dhudike won the title to clinch Gold Medal, while host MRSPTU Campus team secured Silver Medal by securing second position.