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Pt. Jagat Ram Govt. Polytechnic college Hoshiarpur.
1 .The particulars of its Organization,functions and duties.

Principal

Academic and administrative management of the institution.
Providing academic and administrative leadership.
Promotion of industry institution collaboration and industry oriented Research and Development.
Monitoring and evaluation of academic activities in the institution.
Public relations and interaction with community.
Organising and coordinating consultancy services.
Participating in policy and system planning at State.
Regional and National levels for development of Technician Education.
Promoting and coordinating continuing education activities.

Head of the Department
Providing leadership in teaching of Diploma and Post Diploma courses.
Organising R & D work in industrial problems and projects.
Departmental administration
Assisting in the administration of the institution
Publication of technical papers.
Curriculum development and development of resource materials.
Innovations in technician education and evaluation
Continuing education activities
Public relations and interaction with the community.
Student counseling and student interaction.

Senior Lecturer
Teaching Diploma courses and Post Diploma Courses(Lecturer and tutorials) -Design and developing of Laboratory instructions
Students assessment and evaluation
Innovation in instruction
Developing resource materials and assisting in curriculum development
R&D work on Industrial problem and projects and assisting in extension to community Continuing education activities.

Lecturer
Teaching Diploma courses including Lecturer and tutorials
Planning and implementation of instruction in Laboratory
Students assessment and evaluation
Developing resource materials
assisting in extension to community
Co-curricular and extra curricular activities
Student counseling.

Workshop Superintendent
Planning scheduling, organising coordinating and monitoring workshop training sessions and tasks of the polytechnic.
Plan, deliver and evaluate theoretical and workshop instructions.
Design, develop and test instructional material and task for skill training
Plan and organize staff development programm for workshop staff
Procurement and storage of raw materials, tools instruments
Guide students in the performance of practical task and skills exercises and evaluate their performance
Procurement, erection/ installation and commissioning of plant and equipment of the workshop

Foreman Instructor
Erection/ installation/commissioning of plant and equipment
Procurement/storage, accounting of raw-materials, tools and instruments
Planning, scheduling, organising coordinating and monitoring workshop instructions and tasks
Arranging for the issue of the raw-materials, tools and equipments for workshops jobs
Plan, deliver and evaluate theoretical and workshop instructions.
Guide students in the performance of practical task and skill exercises and evaluate their performance
Arrange for preventive and breakdown maintenance
Assist students and faculty members in the fabrication of their project work
Participate in professional development activities
Assist the workshop superintendent in certain functions as and when necessary
Any other assignment function in the interest of the institute

Workshop Instructor
Procurement storage/accounting of raw-material, tools and instruments
Issue of materials/tools/equipment for shop
Plan, deliver and evaluate shop instructions
Guide students in the performance of practical task and skill exercises and evaluate their performance
Inculcate safety procedures and safety practices among students
Operation and maintenance of tools and equipments including preventive and breakdown maintenance
Assist students and faculty members in the fabrication of their projects
Any other assignment function in the interest of the institute

Laboratory Technician Assistant
Arranges materials, samples, demonstrations, instruments, tools and equipment required for laboratory/field/shopwork.
Receives stores and issue materials, samples, specimens, instruments, tools and equipment required for laboratory/field/shopwork
Prepares samples/specimen/circuits etc. for attesting
Maintains the instruments, tools and equipments in working condition
Assist students and faculty members in their projects
Checks equipments, connection etc. before students operate them
Laboratory Attendant
The Laboratory attendent shall be responsible to the concerned Laboratory technician/assistant
Cleaning and arranging of apparatus, tools, equipment and accessories
Assisting Laboratory technician/assistant in preparation of samples, arranging of demonstration, maintenance of Laboratories, receipt and issue of tools and materials

The Librarian
General Administration
Budgeting
Book selection and acquisition
Planning and developing the library
Orienting the users towards effective utilization of library services
Supervising of cataloguing and indexing

Library Assistance
Cataloguing and classification of books and periodicals
Issuing and receiving of books, restoring of books and periodicals
Arrangement of non-book materials

2. The Powers and duties of its officers and employees.
II) Powers and Duties of officers and employees
a) Cases to be disposed at the level of Minister-In-Charge Legal And Legislative Matters(Annexure-II) :

Proposals relating to Ordinances, Acts, rules and Regulations including amendments.
Annual administration Reports.
Work relating to Assembling and Parliament Question except replies to Question of Lok Sabha where Information to be given is merely formal in nature.
Assurance/Promises made by Ministers on the Floor of the House.
Approval of periodical reports to be sent to Vidhan Sabha Committee.

ADMINISTRATIVE MATTERS:


FINANCIAL MATTERS


GENERAL


b. Cases to be disposed at the level of Principal Secretary to tht government of Punjab, Department of Technical Education and Industrial Training.
1. Tour Programme of Director, Technical Education and Industrial Training.
2. Appeals against orders of Director Technical Education and Industrial Education and review of orders of special Secretary Technical Education.
3. Refusal of LPR of all kinds of service matters and transfers cases of officers of category A not included in Annexure-II and Category B and Category officers.
4. Appointment/Extension in adhoc appointment of Category B and Category officers/officials.

1. Appointment, promotion seniority, disciplinary cases involving suspension and major/ minor penalties cut in pension compulsory/premature retirements of Category A Officers not included in Annexure II and Category B Officers.
2. Entrusting of cases of the Department vigilance, police/ courts of Category A officers not Inclded in Annexure II and Category B Officers.
3. Appeals filed by Category A Officers not included in Annexure II and Category B Officers.
4. Extension/confirmation of probation period dispensing with services during probation period, clearance stoppage of efficiency, bar,

Financial Powers


c. Cases to be disposed at the level of Additional Director, Department of Technical Training (Technical Education Wing), PUNJAB.
The following powers are delegated to the Additional Director (I) (Technical education wing)



d. Cases to be disposed at the level of Additional Director, Department of Technical Training (Technical Education Wing), PUNJAB.

The following powers are delegated to the Additional Director (I)
(Technical education wing)



3. The procedure followed in the decision making process, including channels of supervision and accountability.
a. The procedure followed.
At Head Office level.

The directorate is involved in planning, coordinating, monitoring and evaluation of Technical Education Programmers, maintenance of standards, administration, direction, budgeting and auditing and implementation of Government policies pertaining to development in Technical institutions.
The director is also competent authority in manner of ex-India leave, promotions, transfers and cases of appeal and punishment and policy matter with regard to group C and D posts. For group C, he is also the appointing authority. At Field Level
In the field, Principal of the polytechnic is responsible for overall planning and management of the academic and administrative activities of the institutes including optimal utilization of resources. Principal is the implementation authority of plans and policies of the Government notified from time to time. Principal performs the duties of the head of the office at the institutional level. He is the competent authority for all cases of group D employees. Cases of group A, B and C also require the approval of Head of institute before sending for the final approval at the head office.

b. Channels of supervision and accountability
In the head office PUC (Office letter) is dealt by Senior Assistant/Junior Assistant, Who puts up the file to the Superintendent who in turn submits this case to Assistant director/ Deputy director. Routine cases are finalized at the level of Additional Directors whereas important cases are sent to the director for the further approval.
In the field head of the institute/ Principal acts has head of the office. Some cases are disposed at the level of Principal and the cases, which require approval of Director or Government, are sent to the Head Office by the Principal.
Particulars of Organization
In a highly competitive age of today, the vast application of Engineering & Technology across all sectors of society has become highly indispensable, which holds premise for us to move ahead in 21st century. It is both a beautiful dream as well as a challenge.
Competitiveness often depends on how our technical education institutions are able to respond to his dream and challenge. We have no dearth of talent or lack of competence in our country. Our engineers now need to prove to the world at large that the Indian Technocrat is globally competitive. Technical Education has assumed a key role in this scenario. In our bid achieve our mission, we have to train to our technocrats with required skill in emerging technologies and their applications to take up the challenges of tomorrow. This is possible only if we build and maintain high standards. We need to have a vision and total commitment to achieve excellence in Technical Education.
Professionals trained at this premier institute have excelled in industry. This indicates the competence and commitment of faculty, staff as well as availability of latest infrastructural facilities at the Institute

About Institution
The scenario in the world of technology was in a dynamic state with repaid & continuous introduction of new technologies & advancements in existing technologies in mid 30’s.At that time our country needed to have high quality manpower with technical skills. This need for technical manpower prompted Late Er. D.D. Ghay to start an Engineering Institution in June 1933 as Provincial Institute of Engineering at Hoshiarpur. After the partition in 1947, the institute was reorganized by a Private Management under the name “National Institute of Engineering’, Hoshiarpur. The private Management ran this institution till July 1962 in a private management handed over the institute to Punjab Govt. on 01- 07-1962. The Punjab Govt. shifted the institution to the present Govt. owned campus and named it as Jagat Ram Govt. Polytechnic, Hoshiarpur in order honour an imminent freedom fighter of the area Late Jagat Ram ji.
At that time the institute was running Diploma courses in three disciplines i.e. civil, Electrical and Mechanical with a total intake of 120 students in 1974-1975 a two years Diploma course in Commercial Practice and Stenography (in English) was introduced.

Our Mission

The main mission of this institute is to achieve excellence in technical education and maintain our number one position in the state. We believe in four cardinal points of achievement :
1. To equip the students with latest emerging technologies, skills and knowledge up to the level of globally competitive standards.
2. To maintain a continuous interface with industry and to bring changes in time according to the needs of industry.
3. To enhance the ability to anticipate and shape further the skills of budding engineers through individual and group activities to inculcate and encourage a life long thirst for learning in students.
4. To encourage the conceptual, inter personnel and team work skills for technical and managerial decision making among the students.

Functions and duties of the department
The institution is offering 7diploma course, which are affiliated to State Board of Technical Education, Punjab & approved by the All India Council for Tech. Education, New Delhi. The institution also offers 3 four year Part-time Diploma course to the employed Technicians, who are either matriculates or more qualified with a minimum 3 years of experience, under Continuation Education Programme. The institution is also offering a four year degree course in Pharmacy, which is affiliated to Punjab Technical University, Jalandhar. The details of various Diploma/Degree courses, their duration & sanctioned intake are given below :-
A. Regular Diploma Courses :


S.No. Course Duration Intake
1. Civil Engineering 3 yrs 60
2. Electrical Engineering 3 yrs 60
3. Mechanical Engineering 3 yrs 60
4. Electronics & Comm. Engineering 3 yrs 60
5. Plastic Technology 3 yrs 60
6. Computer Engineering 3 yrs 60
7. Modern Office Practice 3 yrs 60
8. D.Pharmcy 2 yrs 30


Admission Procedure

For all Regular Diploma Courses from Sr. No.1 to 6, minimum education qualification required is 10th with math 7 science pass. Sr. No. 7 the admission is made on the basis of merit in 10+2 Examination (all streams are eligible) in the month of August every year. D.Pharmcy course in Pharmacy minimum educational qualification required is 10+2 (Medical/Non-Medical), The approximate fees to be deposited for first semester at the time of admission are about Rs.18500/- (for the General student and OBC)for all the Diploma Courses and Rs.16,000. The approximate fees to be deposited for first semester at the time of admission are about Rs 1100/- for S.C student. Faculty
The government has sanctioned the following faculties for running the various courses in the institute:


S.No. Name of Designation Sanctioned Posts Post Under Restructuring Filled Vacant Remarks
1 Principal 1 1 1 0
2 HOD 8 8 7 1
3 Senior Lecturer 8 10 7 3 1 Post in Mechanical Engg. And 1 Post in Electrical Engg. Are created
4 Lecturer Civil 4 4 4 0
5 Lecturer Applied Science 7 5 3 2 2 Posts Surplus
6 Lecturer E.C.E/E.T.V 8 4 1 3 4 Posts Surplus of T.V. Technology
7 Lecturer Electrical 6 5 3 2 1 Post Surplus
8 Lecturer Mechanical 6 5 1 4 1 Post Surplus
9 Lecturer Pharmacy 6 6 1 5
10 Professor Pharmacy 1 1 0 1
11 Associate Professor 3 3 0 3
12 Lecturer Plastic Technology 4 2 0 2 2 Posts Surplus
13 Lecturer Molde Designer 1 1 0 1
14 Lecturer Chemical Engg. 1 2 1 1 1 Post is created
15 Lecturer computer Engg. 6 4 4 0 2 Posts Surplus, but already 6 facilities are under work and need clarification from Head Office
16 Librarian 1 1 1 0
17 Programmer 1 1 0 1
18 System Manager 1 1 0 1
19 Workshop Super indent 1 1 1 0
20 Forman Instructor 3 3 2 1
21 Workshop Instructor 11 12 3 9 1 Post is created
22 General Mechanic 1 1 1 0
23 Electrician 1 1 0 1 Sh. Pawan Kumar Gestetler’s Salary is Drawing
24 Associated Librarian 1 1 1 0
25 P.T.I. 1 1 0 1
26 Lab Technician 5 7 2 5 2 Posts are created
27 Lab Assistant 5 6 2 4 1 Post Surplus, 3 Lab Attendant’s Salary is Drawing
28 Lab Attendant 5+1 2+1 5+1 0 3 Posts Suplus and 6 facilities are working
29 Driver 1 1 0 1
30 Office Super indent Grade-2 1 1 1 0
31 Senior Assistant 2 2 1 1
32 Junior Assistant/Clerk 10 10 7 3 Adjustment of Sh. Naleesh Kumar Lab Associated
33 Junior Scale Stenographer 1 1 1 0
34 Steno typist 5 2 2 0 3 Posts Surplus


Category-4

1 Peon 11 10 8 2 1 Post Surplus
2 Chowkidar (Watchman) 4 4 0 4 Sh. Kuldeep Singh and Smt. Raman Devi classroom cleaner is drawing salary
3 Gardener 2 2 0 2
4 Sweeper 4 4 0 4
5 Lab Attendant 6 7 4 3 1 Post is created


In addition to this, number of technical supporting staff, administrative staff and class IV posts are sanctioned. Faculties are actively engaged in teaching and have set a number of Laboratories/ workshop where students are given intensive practical training related to their fields. Departments


Department of Civil Engineering: Civil Engineering is one of the conventional branches of engineering. The Civil Engineering work is the first step in setting up of any industry. The major areas of Civil Engineering application are: laying of sewers, construction of buildings & housings, roads, bridges & dams and pollution control. This is one of the oldest departments of the institute. Our institute is offering this course since its inception. The Department of Civil Engineering have well following equipped Laboratories: Engineering Material Lab, Building & Construction Lab., Concrete Technology Lab., Survey Lab., Soil Engineering Lab. & Transportation Engineering Lab. So far the department has produced thousands of Civil Engineering Technocrats, who are working in various reputed Govt. organizations & private industries in the country. Every year a number of students are getting admission to second year to SHSLIET & through LEET in following well equipped & advanced Laboratories: Pharmaceutical Microbiology, Pharmacognosy Lab., Pharmacology Lab., Human Anatomy & Physiology Lab. And Industrial Pharmacy Lab. Each Laboratory is fitted with a water distillation still, gas and water supply. In addition to these the department also has Balance Room, Aseptic Room and Museum. The job opportunities for Pharmacy graduates include: Production and quality control areas, Administration & management, Marketing, Research & Development, Medical detailing departments of Pharmaceutical industry, In hospitals as Clinical Pharmacists and in teaching. Some of the Pharmacy graduates may opt to go for higher education in different branches of Pharmaceutical Sciences or management. Some of the Pharmacy graduates with entrepreneur ability may start production or repacking units or retail pharmacies, departmental or chain stores. Supporting Departments / Units


1. Department of Applied Sciences:
In this era of concurrent engineering, where every thing is wanted at its best, the only thing, which comes to one’s rescue, is the specialized skill of the subject. To achieve this objective one needs the fundamental and conceptual knowledge of science and technology. The Department of Applied Sciences provides this service in the institute to enable the students of equip themselves with the fundamental aspects of science. An effort is made to inculcate in them, the scientific temperament. The students are introduced to physical concepts, chemical aspects with mathematical approach. Also the communication skills of the students are developed which helps a great. Also the communication skills of the students are developed which helps a great deal in their career. various leading Engineering Colleges. Every year some of the students start their own work as a Civil Contractor. The placement of remaining students is almost 70 percent.
2. Department of Electrical Engineering:
Electrical Engineering is one of the conventional branches of engineering. The Electrical Engineering technocrats are required in almost every industry. The scope of Electrical Engineering ranges from: electrical wiring, motor winding, to generation, transmission & distribution of electrical power. The Electrical Engineering Department is one of the oldest departments of the institute. Our institute is offering this course since its inception. The Department of Electrical Engineering has following well equipped & advanced laboratories: Electrical Machine Lab., Electrical Power Lab., Utilisation of Electrical Energy Lab., Basic Electronic Lab., and Electronic Devices & Circuits Lab. So far the department has produced thousands of Electrical Engineering Technocrats, who are working in various reputed Govt. organizations & private industries in the country. Every year a number of students are getting admission to second year to SHSLIET & through LEET in various leading Engineering Colleges. The placement of remaining students is almost 100 percent.

3. Department of Mechanical Engineering:
Mechanical Engineering is one of the conventional branches of Engineering. The Mechanical Engineering is involved in one way or the other in almost every industry. The scope of Mechanical Engineering ranges from fabrication, repair & maintenance of basic machines to spaces crafts. This is one of the oldest departments of this institute. Our institute is offering this course since its inception. The Department of Mechanical Engineering has following well equipped & advanced laboratories: Applied Mechanics Lab., Material Science Lab., Thermodynamics Lab., Automobile Lab., Refrigeration & Air-Conditioning Lab., Computer Aided Design Lab., strength of Material Lab. And Fluid Mechanics Lab. So far the department has produced thousands of Mechanical Engineering Technocrats, who are working in various reputed Govt. organization & Multinational Industries in the country. Every year a number of students are getting admission to second year to SHSLIET & through LEET in various leading Engineering Colleges. The placement of remaining students is almost 100 percent.

4. Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering:
Electronic and Communication is the latest branch off Engineering in modern age of technology. Its range starts from microwave oven in the kitchen and reaches up to the satellite in the space. It consists of two fields, first one is Electronic, which deals with all digital and logic circuits which leads to production of computers and second one is communication Engineering with an annual intake of 30 students. During the year 1976-77, a three years diploma course min Electronic & Communication Engineering was started with an intake of 15 students, which has been increased to 30. Apart from the regular courses Part Time Diploma Course in Civil, Electrical and Mechanical Engineering with intake of 20 students in each discipline were introduced in 1978-79. In the year 1981-82 the two years Diploma course in Commercial Practice and Stenography ( in English ) was renamed as a two years Diploma course in Commercial & Secretarial Practice. In addition to the above said academic courses being run at the institute a Community Polytechnic Wing financed by Govt. of India under Ministry of Human Resources Development was started in 1986. the community Polytechnic Wing is running certificate courses in a number of disciplines for the rural students. A major development of the institute was achieved in 1988-99 with the introduction of three Diploma courses: Diploma in Commercial and Secretarial Practice (in Punjabi) with an annual intake of students. Diploma in Electronics and TV Technology with an annual intake of 15 students. Diploma in Pharmacy with an annual intake of 30 students. In 1994-95, a three Year Diploma in Plastic Technology was introduced with an intake of 30 students. This is the only institute in Punjab offering Diploma Course in Plastic Technology. This Diploma has vast potential in respect of its employability and entrepreneurship. In 1995-96, the existing two Year Diploma course in Commercial and Secretarial Practice (in English and Punjabi ) was converted into a three Year Diploma course in Modern Office Practice with an entry level qualification of 10+2. In the year 2001-02 two year Diploma course in Pharmacy was upgraded to four year degree course in Pharmacy (B Pharmacy ) Three year Diploma course in Computer Engineering was started in 2002-2003. From the session 2004-2005 the total number of seats in all the diploma course has been increased to 60. This polytechnic is a prestigious institute of Punjab running 7 Diploma courses & 1 Degree course. This Institution is located just opposite to Industrial Estate on the Hoshiarpur - Jalandhar road within the municipal limits about 2km. from General Bus Stand & about 3km. from Railway Station with an impressive & nice environmental outlook. Which deals with all types of communication like Telephone, Mobile, Telegraphy, Radio, TV, Satellite etc. The Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering has following well equipped & advanced laboratories : Electronics Lab., Communication Lab., Digital and Microprocessor Lab., T.V. Lab., Industrial Electronics & Instrumentation Lab., A.V.S. Lab., PCB Lab. and Electronics workshop. Students are trained in operation and maintenance of all sophisticated and latest equipments & machinery in these laboratories. So far the department has produced hundreds of Electronics & Communication Engineering Technocrats, who are working in various reputed Govt. organizations & Multinational industries in the country. Every year a number of students are getting admission to second year to SHSLIET & through LEET in various leading Engineering Colleges. The placement of remaining students is almost 100 percent.

5. Department of plastic Technology:
Plastics & Polymers have been one of the most accepted materials in infrastructure development keeping in view their engineering capabilities to suit numerous requirements. Technology and innovation in this field has created several composite materials displaying extraordinary qualities that can replace and/or preserve conventional material like wood, cement and metals. Plastics & Polymers are used now a days in many areas of infrastructure such as telecom, housing & construction, Public Health, Agriculture, Water supply, Sanitation & Healthcare. Ours is the only institute in the Punjab Offering three year Diploma in Plastic Technology. The Department of Plastic Technology has following well equipped & advanced Laboratories: Plastic Processing Techniques Lab., Fabrication of Moulds Lab., Additive & Compounding Lab., Testing & Quality Control Lab., Basic Chemical Engineering Lab., Repair & Maintenance Lab., Plastic Technology Lab., Injection Mould Design Lab., Extrusion Die & Design Lab., and Computer Aided Design Lab., The major strengths of Plastic Technology Department are Plastic Processing Techniques and Computer Aided Design Labs,. Which are actively involved in providing all kinds of help & guidance to various small and medium scale Plastic Industries of the region. So far department has produced more than two hundred Plastic Technocrats, who are working in various Multinational organizations in the country and abroad. Every year a number of students are getting admission to second year to SHSLIET & through LEET in various leading Engineering Colleges. This is one of the few departments of the institute in which the placement of students is almost 100 percent 7 some students of the final year even have more than one job offers.

6. Department of Computer Engineering:
Computer Engineering is the latest branch off Engineering in modern age of technology. This course has started in the institute from Aug., 2003. Its range starts from repair & maintenance, development of Engineering & Commercial Software to its application in the field of information technology. The Department of Computer Engineering has following well equipped & advanced laboratories : Computer Application Lab., Multimedia Lab., Unix Lab., Digital and Microprocessor Lab., and Computer Workshop. Students are trained in development of various Engineering & commercial software and repair & maintance of computer hardware.

7. Department of Pharmacy:
The course of D. Pharmacy is designed to cater to the needs of Pharmaceutical Industry. The four main branches of Pharmacy are: Pharmaceutics, Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Pharmacognosy and Pharmacology. The course is designed to impart training to the students in the above mentioned branches so that they can efficiently handle various jobs in the Pharmaceutical Industry. The Deptt. Is well equipped with Machinery & equipment’s and well-qualified & experienced Staff. All the members of faculty are postgraduate in Pharmacy. The students are exposed to classroom teaching and practical work in various Laboratories of the Deptt. They are also introduced to the new technologies and the role of Computer in Pharmacy. The Department has one Physics lab and one Chemistry lab. In these labs the students practice the experimental part of the subject. The Department has well qualified faculty. Most of the faculty members have done extensive research work in their respective fields. This Department has also been entrusted the duty to deal with all matters regarding State Board Examination of the institution. Also all the computer related activities of the institution are being looked after by this Department.

2. WORKSHOP DEPARTMENT:
The basic practical skills are developed in all the students by imparting training to them in the relevant Workshops. The Institute has following workshops for excellent training in various trades: Instrumentation & Metrology Shop, Machine Shop, Advance Machine Shop, Training Shop, Advance Fitting shop, Basic Fitting Shop, Foundry Shop, Smithy Shop, Carpentry Shop, Sheet Metal Shop, Welding Shop, Electrical Shop, Pattern Making Shop.

3. COMPUTER CENTER:

The Computer Centre is the nerve Centre of the institute. Most of the teaching faculty visit the computer center almost every day in their spare time & make use internet facility to update their knowledge. Many teachers utilize their spare time in making power point slides for effective teaching. Most of latest software’s related to technical education are available in center. The salary Bills of the employees are computerized with active support of Computer Center faculty.



4. INDUSTRY INSTITUTE INTERACTION CELL:

The Industry Institute Interaction Cell of the institute maintains and active liaison with the industry to know their needs & employment possibilities of the degree & diploma holders. Some industries visit this institute every year to conduct campus interviews and offer appointments to some of the final year students. Selected students are assured of their appointments in the organization where they can join immediately after leaving the institution after final examination.
The achievements of I.I.I. Cell can be summarized as:-
(a) 4095 students were benefited by industrial training.
(b) 1300 students gained extra knowledge by expert lectures.
(c) 678 students benefited by campus interviews.
(d) 248 teachers updated their knowledge by short term courses.
(e) 6 teachers gained knowledge by long term courses.
(f) 2 teachers availed foreign fellowship.
(g) The year wise percentage placement of pass-out students is as follows:-

Session Percentage     Session Percentage
  1993-94 24.69               1998-99 37.79
  1994-95 53.84               1999-2k 48.57
  1995-96 67.95               2000-01 43.90
  1996-97 71.43               2001-02 71.90
  1997-98 51.38               2002-03 81.25

The organization having requirements of trained personnel may contact I.I.I. Cell of the institute.
I.I.I. Cell also arranges Entrepreneurship Awareness Camps/Seminars at the institute in collaboration with agencies such as S.I.S.I. Ludhiana, RCED< Chandigarh, NITCON, Chandigarh, Apex Institute of Entrepreneurship and business development, Chandigarh. Sh. Bikramjit Singh & Sh. Rajiv Sharma, who have passed their diploma in Mech. Engg. From this institute has set up there units of manufacturing Lead Acid Batteries and Computer Centre repectively with the support of these agencies.

5. EXAMINATION CELL:
This cell is created with view to maintain active liaison between State Board of Technical Education & different departments of the institute. This Cell looks after all the activities related to State Board Examination.

6. STUDENT RECREATION CELL:
Various extra-curricular, co-curricular, co-curricular activities and sports are looked after by this cell. The members of SRC from student side are elected in a democratic way every year. In extra-curricular & c0-currricular activities SRC is assisted by Tagore Art Club of the Institution. The institute has been actively involved in various social activities in association with Health Department, Red Cross and other social organization. The institute organizes Blood Donation Camps, AIDS- Awareness Camps, Drug De-addiction Camps & Eye Donation Motivation Camps. NSS volunteers & the students of Pharmacy are actively involved in the Pulse-Polio Campaign. “Donate Blood Save Life” slogan of the institute is so popular in the area that almost every day blood is donated by the students and staff members for the needy patients, thus saving many precious lives. The Community Polytechnic Wing of the institute also actively participated in these activities. Institute has received appreciation award for its contribution in the voluntary blood donation, at state level function organized by the Health & Family Welfare Deptt., Punjab on the occasion of Blood Donation Day. The institute may be contacted for help in case there is any patient of Corneal Blindness in your area. The students of the institute are also working very hard to keep the Environment of the institute “clean & Green”. With this view more than 200 trees are planted in the institute with the help of Forest Department. The students of this institute are in habit of securing top positions not only in academics but also in sports with active involvement of all the staff members. The Institute secures one of the three positions year after year in Inter-Polytechnic competitions.

7. MAINTENANCE CELL:
This cell is created with a view to speedy rectification of complaints of students and faculty related to civil & electrical works in the campus. This cell is playing a vital role in the maintenance of Boys Hostel No. 1, Boys Hostel No. 2, Girls Hostel and college campus upto the mark.

8. LIBRARY:
The Library of the college aims at supporting teaching, providing necessary information to the students as well as the staff and for the enrichment of their knowledge in the various fields of science in the various fields of science and technology. The Library has over 36375 books on Applied Science, Civil Engg., Electrical Engg., Electronics, Medical Lab Technology, Pharmacy, Modern Office Practice, English, Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and Computers. Efforts are being made for the up gradation of Library of facilities.

4) The rules, regulations, instructions, manuals and records , held by it or under its control or used by its employees for discharging its functions.
The College works on the basis of follow rules/instructions:-
1) Punjab Civil service rules.
2) Punjab financial rules.
3) Group A and B service rules.
4) The instruction manual.
5) The general and common conditions of service rules as amended from time to time
A statement of the categories of documents that are held by it or under its control.
vi) The following documents are kept by the Principal under its control:-
vi). a. Personal file of every officer/official.

The file contains a complete record of the employee right from his appointment in the Department. It includes details of his service for e.g. postings, Promotions, leaves, etc. and also correspondence related to the employee.
vi).b. Service Book of every officer/official.
It includes entries of personal data, increments, promotions, and Service verification, leave record, assured career progression scheme and all details of service rendered.
vi).c. Annual confidential reports for every employee
The yearly performance appraisal of each employee is recorded in the form of annual confidential report.

vii) The particulars of any arrangement that exists for consultation with, or representation with, or representation by, the members of the public in relation to the formulation of its policy or administration there of.
vi) The following schemes include the members of public in the formulation of their policy or administration:-
vii).a Community Polytechnics scheme (Direct Central Assistance Scheme ) Monitoring & Evaluation.

Monitoring of progress will ensure that the objectives are being realized constantly and 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.
1. Polytechnic Level.
2. State Level.
3. Regional Level and
4. Central Government Level (Ministry of Human Resource Development. Govt. of India.

Polytechnic Level.

It should be the duty of the Executive Committee of the Community Polytechnic to ensure that the work is progressing as per the approved operational plan. They should analyze any deviation and take corrective action.
The composition of Executive Committee Shall be as given below:-

1

Smt. Rachna Principal of the polytechnic

Chairman

2

Sh. Kamaljit Singh Sr. Lect Pharmacy

Member

3

Sh. Baljit Singh M.C. Ward no. 18 
Sh. Arvind Sharma M.C. Ward .no. 30 Hoshiarpur.

Member

4

Sh. Sohan Singh Sarpanch Nasrala

Member

5

Sh. Baljit Singh Principal G.P.W. Community Polytechnic Jalandhar.

Member

6

Sh. Ashok Kumar A.P.O of Community Polytechnic

Member Secretary

 

District Level

Community Polytechnic constitutes the focal points of implementation whereas their Extension Centers become the delivery points to transfer rural Technology to rural messes. It is envisaged that community polytechnic will act as resource centers. Monitoring of task at the operational level shall be carried out by the Advisory Committee set up at the Community Polytechnic which receives the necessary feedback from village Panchayats, NGOs, retired professionals and, other participating agencies.

Advisory Committee.

The Advisory Committee is the main policy making committee and appraises new projects / programs to be taken up by the Community Polytechnics. The Committee must at least once in six months.

Advisory Committee.

1

Sh. D.R. Bhagat A.D.C (Dev) Hoshiarpur  

Chairman

2

Smt. Poonam Sayal Asstt. Prof. R.D Dept. NITTTR Chandigarh.

Member

3

Sh Charanjit Rai , Distt. Manager PKVIB Hoshiarpur 

Member

4

Sh Gurmeet Singh F.M.DIC Hoshiarpur.

Member

5

Sh. Baljit Singh , Principal G.P.W Jalandhar.

Member

6

Sh. J.B. Behal , President Eye Donation Association Hoshiarpur. 

Member

7

Smt. Harbhajan Kaur, M.C Ward No: 4 Hoshiarpur.

Member

8

Smt. Surinder Kaur Sarpanch, V.P.O. Possi Hoshiarpur.

Member

9

Sh Ashok Kumar, A.P.O. Community Polytechnic Wing. 

Member

10

Sh. P.S. Sidhu , A.P.O. Community Polytechnic Wing   

Member

11

G.M. Industries centers, Hoshiarpur. 

Member

12

Sh. Jaswinder Singh Panchayat Samti member V.P.O. Kang Mai Hoshiarpur.  

Member

13

Sh. Paramjit Singh Lead Distt. Manager C/o PNB Jalandhar Road Hoshiarpur.  

Member

14

Smt. Rachna, Principal Pt. J.R.Govt. Polytechnic Hoshiarpur. 

Member Secretary

Note: - At least two meeting of the Advisory Committee shall be held every Year.
State Government Level
The objectives of monitoring at the state Government level are:

a) To review the physical & Financial Progress of community Polytechnic of the State concerned Vis-à-vis their Operation Plan.

b) Analyses strengths and weaknesses of the systems as a whole as areas where the intervention and the support of the Government necessary.

c) Provide administrative support wherever for overcoming deficiencies Composition of the State Level Review Committee shall be as given below:--

State Level Review Committee

1

  State Director of Technical Education or his/her nominee

Chairman

2   

  Representative of Ministry of HRD

Member

3

  Professor of Rural Development, TTTI or his /her nominee

Member

4

  Director Rural Development /Panchaya Raj or his /her

Member

5

  A representative of NGOs/Voluntary Organisation engaged in rural development.

Member

6

  Representative of KVIC/ KVK

Member

7

All principal of Polytechnics implementing the Scheme of Community Polytechnics in the

 State

Member

8

Senior Officer in Directorate Coordinating the Scheme

Member Secretary

 

Note:- The above composition of the State Level Review Committee is only illustrative in nature and each State will have the flexibility to alter the constitution according to its state needs.

The Curricular Restructuring Committee

The main object of this committee is to mitigate the pain of unemployment and of other problems of technically educated youth in Punjab. The Curricula Restructuring Committee for technical education and industrial training in Punjab was constituted by Punjab Govt. Chairman of the committee is Sh Sukhdev Singh former Agriculture Commissioner (Add Sect.) Govt. of India New Delhi and Ex Director of Agriculture Punjab.

 

District Level

Composition of district level committee of the above said committee as given below: -

1

Sh. D.R. Bhagat A.D.C Hoshairpur.

Chairman

2

Smt. Rachna Principal Jagat Ram Govt. Polytechnic Hoshiarpur

Convener

3

Sh. Pankaj Chawla Training and Placement officer Hoshiarpur.

Assistant Convener

4

Sh. Kamaljeet Singh Tehsil Welfare officer Hoshiarpur.

Member

5

Sh. K.S.Azad  Principal I.T.I. Hoshiarpur

Member

6

Sh. Paramjit Singh Systems Engg.

Member

7

Dr. C.L.Vashisht S.M.S. Training  Agriculture Bhawan Hoshiarpur.

Member

8

Sh. Raghuvir Singh A.G.M.N.A.B.A.R.D. Hoshiarpur.

Member

9

Sh. Charanjit Rai D.M. Punjab Khadi and Village Ind. Board Hoshiarpur.

Member

10

Dr. Jaswinder Singh H.D.O Hoshiarpur.

Member

11

Sh Gajjan Singh Asstt. Dist. Manager.

Member

12

Sh Ashok Chawla Student I.T.I. Hoshiarpur

Member

13

Sh. Mukesh Mahajan Student J.R.Govt. Poly. Hoshiarpur.

Member

14

Sh. Deepak Puri A.D.O. Soil Testing Agriculture Bhawan. Hoshiarpur.

Member

15

Sh. Narinder Singh Unemployed youth railway colony Hoshiarpur.

Member

16

D.M. Punjab Nation Bank. Hoshiarpur.

Member

17

Representative of  Director Khadi Ind. Comm.Chandigarh.

Member

18

Field Officer Back Finco Hoshiarpur.

Member

19

D.M. Punjab financial Corp. Hoshiarpur.

Member

20

Representative of Managing Director PSIDC Chandigarh.

Member

21

Representative of Secretary Punjab Rural Dev. Board.

Member

22

Representative of Managing Director Poultry Dev. Corp. Chandigarh.

Member

23

Representative Director Dept. of Research and Medical education Punjab.

Member

24

S.D.O. Punjab State Ind. Export Corp. Hoshiarpur.

Member

 

VIII) Statement of the boards, council,Committees and other bodies Consisting of two or more persons Constituted as its part or for the Purpose of its advice and as to Whether meetings of those boards, councils, committees and other bodies are open to the public, or them minutes such meetings areaccessible for public.

ix)A directory of its officers and employees 

Directorate of Technical Education & Industrial Training.
(Technical Education Wing) Punjab, Chandigarh.
Directory of officers concerned with Technical Education Wing.
At Head Office

Sr. no.

Name/ Designation

Residential Address/Tel.

Fax No.

1.

Smt. Rajinder Kaur Bhattal
Hon’ble Minister for Technical Education (38/6)

46/2
(0172) 2743462-R
2740438,
274818-O

(0172)2740788

2.

Sh. K.K. Bhatnagar,IAS,
Principal Secretary,
Technical Education & Industrial Training, Punjab.
Room no. 214, 2nd Floor,
Mini Secretariat,Sec.9,
Chandigarh.

#265, 16A, Chandigarh.
(0172) 2549752-R
2741189-O

(0172)2741189

3.

Sh. J.B. Goel,IAS,
Secretary,
Technical Education & Industrial Training, Punjab.
Room no. 615, 6th Floor,
Mini Secretariat,Sec.9,
Chandigarh

#1059/1,39-B
Chandigarh
(0172)2658159-R
2742357
2742243
2742236-O

(0172)2742357

4.

Sh. Narinderjit Singh, IAS,
Director, Technical Education & Industrial Training, Punjab. Plot No.1,Sector36-A, Chandigarh.

#2458,Phase-10,
Mohali.
(0172)2215726-R
2614031, 
2614622-O

(0172)2614622

5.

Sh, Naresh Nagpal, Additional Director, Technical Education & Industrial Training, Punjab. Plot No.1,Sector36-A, Chandigarh

#1008,Sector-39-B, Chandigarh
(0172)268707-R
2614032-O

(0172)2614622

6.

Sh. Harinderpal Singh,
Additional Director, Technical Education & Industrial Training, Punjab. Plot No.1,Sector36-A, Chandigarh

2864 A, 42-C,
Chandigarh.
(0172) 2606288-R
2614445-O

(0172)2614445

 

S.no

LIST OF EMPLOYEES

Telephone No.

Mobile No.

 

Sh. Khushbkht singh(HOD)
 

 Principal

   

1.

Smt. Rachna

251489

9417644808

 

Civil Deptt.

   
Mohan Lal(HOD)
Raghuvir Singh(sr. Lect)
Vijay Kumar(Sr. Lech)

1.  

Sh. Swaran Singh

254637

 

2.  

Sh.Inderjit Singh

221248

 

3.  

Sh. Joginder Pal Draft man

253289

 

4.  

Miss Sarbjit Kaur Steno

01882-261637

 

5

Sh. Sandeep Kumar Peon

248248

 
6 Surjeet Chand(Lab attendent)
 

Electrical Deptt.

   

1)  

Sh. Dharampal

253004                 

9815132804

2)  

Sh. Sanjeev Kumar

251183

 

4)  

Sh.Arun Kumar Sharma

 

9815575775

5)  

Smt. Sarbjit Kaur

1882-261637

 

6)

Sh. Kishan Pal

   

7)

Sh. Kuldeep

 

9417441708

8 Varinder Pal
9 Sunny Dhiman
10 Harminder Singh

11

Sh. Ram Piara

251624

 
 

Mechanical Deptt.

   

1

Sh. Khushbkht singh(HOD)

1

Sh. Balwinder Kumar

1882252818

9417252818

2

Sh. Satnam Singh

254700

 

3

Sh. Major Singh

254900

9417516321

4

Sh. Paramjit Singh Sidhu

253533

9417467299

5

Sh. Amarjit Singh

181-2205624

 

6

Sh. Hitesh Bargal

186-23610

9417070546

7

Sh. Vinod Kumar

 

9417584129

8

Sh. Sukhwinder Singh

1886-224559

 

9

Sh. Balvir Raj

   

10

Sh. Manoj Kumar

01882-245626

3489336

11

Sh. Jaswinder Singh

 

9855206422

12

Sh. Surjit Singh

1882-277632

 

13

Sh. Somnath

1882-251296

 

       

 

 

ECE Deptt.

   

  

sh.Vipul Bagga(HOD)

                 

1

sh.rajesh kumar

 

2

sh.sukhwinder singh

286388 PP

 

3

Smt. Surjit Kaur

225306

 
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COMP Deptt.

   

  

sh.Vipul Bagga(HOD)

                 

1. smt.Sapna
2. miss.Divya Jyoyi
3. miss.Inderjeet
4. sh.Satnam singh

5.  

Sh.Nand Lal Lab Attendant

01976-264109

 

6)

Sh. Kashmir

236442

 

7)

Sh. Vijay Kumar

 

9814325007

Plastic Technology Deptt.

   
 

Sh. Rajesh Kumar Dhunna(H.O.D)

250725

9417349438

 

Sh.Sh.Pankaj Chawla(Sr.lec)

250725

9417349438

Miss Manmeet Kaur

01823-226030

9417418538

 

Applied Sci. Deptt.

   
1

Smt. Archana Sharma

256752

 

2

Smt. Jasmer Kaur

251489

 
 

3

Smt. Meenu Datta

 

4  

Teena Katpal

 

5  

Sh.Sandeep Kaur

6  

Smt. Bimla Devi

1886-261552

7  

Nalnish ( Lab Attendant)

 

D.pharmacy.

   
1 Sh. kamaljeet Singh(H.O.D) 9501006294
2 Sh. Bahadar Singh(Sr. Lech) 8146844066
3 Jaswant Kaur(Lech.) 9463307071
4 Harwinder Kaur 8054533129
5 Avtar Chand(SLA) 9592758525
6 Gurinder Kaur(Lab attend.) 8146992196
7 Sh. Kishan(Peon) 9463740504

 

 

Workshop Deptt.

   

 

Sh. Gurmail Singh

24121

981581952

Sh. Gurdeep Singh Fitting

 

9417267410

Sh. Gursharan Singh

1886-266945

 

Sh. Harjinder Singh

1882-286663

 

Sh. Rajinder Singh Jaswal

 

 

 

Office

 

 

1

Smt. Harjinder Kaur

1884-251782

9814178755

2

Smt. Saroj Kumari

251541

 

3

Smt. Neeru Bala

1886-243011

9872862329

4

Sh. Pawan Kumar

 

 

5

Sh. Kishori LaL

 

 

6

Smt. Raman Devi

1882-256198

 

7

Mrs. Anju Bala

250746

9814850251

X) The monthly remuneration received by each of its officers and employees, including the system of compensation as provide in its regulations.

X) Monthly Remuneration Received by Officer /employees 

1

Additional  Director

Rs. 14300-18600

2

Deputy Director

Rs.1200-16350

3

T.P.O

Rs. 10025-15100+400  Spl  pay

 

Assistant  Director cum  Registrar

Rs. 6400-10640+200 Spl Pay

 

Programmer

Rs. 6400-10640

 

Assistant Director

Rs. 7220-10980

 

Architect

Rs.10025-15100

 

Assitant Controller F &  A

Rs.7220-10980

 

Superindent Grade  -I

Rs.7220-11660

 

Superindent Grade  -II

Rs.6400-10400

 

Section Officer

Rs.7000-10980

 

Sr.Assistant

Rs.5800-9200

 

Auditor

Rs.5800-9200

 

Research  Assistant

Rs.5480-8295

 

SeniorScale  Stenographer

Rs.5800-9200

 

Junior  Scale Stenographer

Rs.4020-6200

 

Driver

Rs.3330-6200

 

Stenotypist

Rs.3330-6200

 

Clerk/Sr. Clerk/Junior Clerk

Rs.3120-5160

 

 

Rs.4050-6020

 

 

Rs.5000-8100

 

Restorer

Rs.3120-5160

 

Sweeper-cum-chowkidar

Rs.2520-4140

 

Peon

Rs.2520-4140

 

Daftri

Rs.2720-4260

 

Gestetnor  operator

Rs.2870-4400

 

Photostate operator

Rs.3120-5160

 

Receptionist

Rs.3120-5160

 

Data operator

Rs.2820-4400

 

E.P.B.X. Operator

Rs.2820-4400

XI) The budgets allocated to each of its agencies, indicating the particulars/of all plans, propose expenditures and reports on disbursement made.
IX) B. Statement showing the Budget & Expenditure of Non-plan schemes period 
2004-05 according to the office record

 

Sub Head Non-Plan

Revised Estimate 2004-05

Expenditure 2004-05

Budget Estimate 2004-05

Expenditure 2005-060(From 4/05 to 9/05)

001 Director and administration

 

 

 

 

104 Govt. Polytechnics Institutes & Aided Institutes.

 

 

 

 

105 Polytechnic

2,07,78,000

1,78,24,670

2,03,22,000

96,45,616

107 Scholarship

 

 

 

 

300 other expenditure

 

 

 

 

Total  (Non Plan)

2,07,78,000

1,78,24,670

2,03,22,000

96,45,616

Plan

 

 

 

 

State Plan scheme

7,80,000

6,50,269

10,79,000

3,25,877

Centrally sponsored Scheme (Share basis)

 

 

 

 

Centrally Plan Schemes 100%

 

 

 

 

Special Trade Institutes Schemes

 

 

 

 

Total (Plan)

7,80,000

6,50,269

10,79,000

3,25,877

XI)B. Statement showing the Budget & Expenditure of Plan Schemes period 2000-01 to 
2005-06 according to office record.

XI) B-1 Budget Demanded

Year

Revenue

Capital

Total(In Lacs)

2000-01

-------------

42,09,829

42,09,829

2001-02

-------------

65,69,000

65,69,000

2002-03

-------------

8,50,000

8,50,000

2003-04

-------------

9,50,000

9,50,000

2004-05

-------------

10,79,000

10,79,000

2005-06

-------------

8,88,000

8,88,000

 

IX) B-2 Budget approved

Year

Revenue

Capital

Total(In Lacs)

2000-01

-------------

55,34,000

55,34,000

2001-02

-------------

25,52,000

25,52,000

2002-03

-------------

4,40,000

4,40,000

2003-04

-------------

5,90,000

5,90,000

2004-05

-------------

15,09,000

15,09,000

2005-06

-------------

8,40,000

8,40,000

 

IX)B-3 Revised Budget

Year

Revenue

Capital

Total(In Lacs)

2000-01

-------------

54,28,000

54,28,000

2001-02

-------------

23,89,000

23,89,000

2002-03

-------------

8,60,000

8,60,000

2003-04

-------------

9,75,000

9,75,000

2004-05

-------------

7,80,000

7,80,000

2005-06

-------------

----------

----------

 

IX)B-4 Expenditure 

Year

Revenue

Capital

Total(In Lacs)

2000-01

-------------

24,12,355

24,12,355

2001-02

-------------

19,69,150

19,69,150

2002-03

-------------

7,61,150

7,61,150

2003-04

-------------

9,33,484

9,33,484

2004-05

-------------

6,50,269

6,50,269

2005-06

-------------

3,25,877
(From4/05 to 9/05)

3,25,877
(From4/05 to 9/05)

 

Xii)The manner of execution of subsidy programme, including the amounts allocated andthe detail of beneficiaries of such programmes.

xii) Scholarship
Under this one scheme scholarship for the benefit of students

Centrally sponsored Post Matric Scholarship Scheme

Under post martic Scholarship scheme ( refund of compulsorary fees and maintinance allowance as per fees structure) benefit is given to SC/ST students who are permenent resident of Punjab State and the income of their parents/ guardians is less than 1.00 Lac. P.A During the year 2004-2005, the amount was received 88090 Rs. FromDPI Chandigarh and disbursed to the 22 students studying in various Diploma Engg.

xii) b. Procedure for applying

 

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

d) A Certificate ( in orighinal ) of caste duly signed by an authoreised Revenue officer not below the rank of tehsiladar

e) An income declaration by the self employed parents-guardians stating definite income from all sources bny way oif an affidavit on no-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.

ii) 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.

 

Xiii) Particulars of recipientsOf concession, permits or Authorizations granted by it.

There is provision of concessional bus pass facility provided by the Deapartment of the students of Eductional Institutes/

Schools/Colleges affillatedby any recognized board, unibarsity any other capable authority on the orders of Punjab Government.
Regarding this the details of budget and expenditure approved by the Government for the year 2004-05 and 2005-06 is given as below:-
“ Head 2203-technicl Eduction-800-other expenditure-Reimbursement to transport/P.R.T.C of free/ concessional travel facility to student of Engg. Colleges/Polytechnics ( Non Plan) 2005-06’
For year 2004-05 total sanction budget Rs. 619.31(lacs)

 

Budget allotment( in lacs)

Expenditure ( in lacs)

P.R.T.C Patiala

Rs. 220.00

Rs. 219,84,942

State Transport  ,Punjab

Rs.  399.31

Rs. 300,51,795

For the year 2005-06 total sanction budget Rs. 736.91 (lacs)

 

Budget allotment( in lacs)

Expenditure ( in lacs)

P.R.T.C Patiala

Rs. 337.60

Nil

State Transport  ,Punjab

Rs.  399.31

Nil

Xiv) Details in respectThe information, Available to or heldby it. Reduced in an electronic form.

The following information is available with the deprtment in Electronicform

xiv) a. Profile of Department includes:-

XV) The particulars of Facilities available to:-

Citizens from Obtaining Information including The working hours of A liberary or reading Room if maintained For public use.

The citizens may obtained the required information by browsing a website

XVI) Then proposed names and designation of the public information officers are:-

1) Appellate authority Smt. Rachna Principal
2) Public Information Officer Sh. Jaspal Singh Kang Sr. lecturer
3) Assistant/Public Information Sh. Amarjit Singh Officer Office Superintendent