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Faculty of Engineering

The Faculty of Engineering) was re-established in 2017, as one of the faculties of the University. The Faculty has five branches of Engineering i.e. Civil, Electrical, Mechanical, Electronics & Communication and Computer Science & Engineering. With an intake of 90 in computer Science & Engineering and an intake of 60 in all the other four branches. First batch of students was admitted to all the five branches through UPSEE-2017 conducted by Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam Technical University, Lucknow. Sanctioned seats of all the five branches were filled on the day one of the counselling and all the students reported for admission on the due date. The classes were started as announced and being run smoothly with all the desired infrastructural and academic facilities in position.

The faculty of Engineering has a very majestic three floor building which has the capacity to meet building requirements of the faculty till 2019. To cater future needs another building is in the pipeline for which fund allocation has already been made and it is expected that this building will be ready by Dec. 2019.

Faculty of Engineering is located in the second campus of the University in Jankipuram. It accommodates Faculty of Law, Faculty of Management and several other professional courses in addition to Faculty of Engineering. Large stretches of this area is covered by green belt. The Eco-friendly practices and teaching, learning are planned to be combined together to promote sustainable development. Furthermore, initiatives have also been taken towards energy conservation and tapping of solar energy in the campus.

The faculty is running following undergraduate Engineering Programmes:
  • B.Tech. Civil Engineering 60 Seats
  • B.Tech. Electrical Engineering 60 Seats
  • B.Tech. Electronics & Communication Engineering 60 Seats
  • B.Tech. Mechanical Engineering 60 Seats
  • B.Tech. Computer Science & Engineering 90 Seats


Department of Computer Science & Engineering is the largest department. The Department offers a 4 years course, Computer Sc. & Engineering, with an intake of 90 students. Now-a-days Computer Science & Engineering is the most sought-after branch in the country. The Department has very experienced and well qualified faculty members and several well equipped laboratories catering to the needs of not only CSE students but computer needs of all other branches. All computer laboratories have LAN connectivity which facilitates internet usage. With support from State Government the campus wide Networking facility through WI-Fi is also in progress.


  • Computer Laboratory: The department has a computing laboratory with one server, 35 nodes having latest configurations along with necessary software and printers etc.
  • Computer organization Laboratory: To provide hardware training to the students.


The Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering offers 4 years undergraduate B.Tech. programme in Electronics & Communication Engineering. It has an intake of 60 students. Besides teaching students of Electronics & Communication Engineering, the department also offers basic as well as advance level courses in Electronics Engineering to the students of various branches of the Faculty. It has a well qualified faculty and technical supporting staff. All the laboratories of the department are well equipped with modern equipments.


  • Electronics Measurement & Instrumentation Laboratory
  • Digital Electronics Laboratory
  • Solid State Devices & Circuit Laboratory
  • Electronic Workshop & PCB Laboratory
  • Microprocessor Laboratory


The department offers 4 years undergraduate B.Tech. programme in Electrical Engineering & it has an intake of 60 students. The department has a well qualified faculty and technical supporting staff. All the laboratories of the department are well equipped with modern equipments.


  • Electrical Science Laboratory
  • Network Analysis & Synthesis Laboratory
  • Electrical Measurement and Measuring Instrument Laboratory
  • Electrical Machines-I Laboratory
  • Electrical Machines-II Laboratory


The Department of Mechanical Engineering offers 4 years undergraduate B.Tech programme & it has an intake of 60 students The Department has a well qualified well experienced faculty and technical supporting staff. All the laboratories of the department are well equipped with modern equipments.


  • Strength of Materials Laboratory
  • Thermodynamics Laboratory
  • Manufacturing Science-I Laboratory
  • Materials Science and Testing Laboratory
  • Production Engineering Laboratory
  • Measurement and Metrology Laboratory


The Department of Civil Engineering offers 4 years B.Tech in Civil Engineering and it has an intake of 60 students. The department has a well qualified faculty and technical supporting staff. All the laboratories of the department are well equipped with modern equipments.


  • Hydraulic Machine Laboratory
  • Geotechnical Engineering Laboratory
  • Structural Analysis Laboratory
  • Surveying & Geo-informatics Laboratory
  • Engineering Graphics Laboratory


The Department of Applied Sciences and Humanities caters basic needs of all the engineering branches. Major courses taken up by the Department are Applied Physics, Applied Chemistry, Applied Mathematics, Professional Communication, Industrial Management, Economics, Human Values & Ethics and Environment & Ecology. The department has well qualified and experienced faculty and well equipped laboratories.


  • Applied Chemistry Laboratory
  • Applied Physics Laboratory
  • Professional Communication Laboratory


This centre has two servers, 70 nodes with latest configurations along with necessary software and printers etc to meet the needs of the students from all other branches. All the computers are connected through LAN. There is internet facility in the centre.


The workshop has been developed as a central facility for imparting training to B.Tech. students of Mechanical, Electrical, Civil, Computer Science & Engineering and Electronics & Communication Engineering in various shops. Training will also be imparted to Mechanical Engineering students in the subject of Manufacturing Process . Facility of workshop being utilized by students of all the departments for fabrications of their jobs. Workshop facility is being extended to the students beyond working hours on Saturday and Sunday for fabrication of their technical needs. Shops are well equipped with latest tools, equipments and machineries. A very senior and experienced faculty member is looking after the workshop as workshop superintendent. Central Workshop comprises of following shops which are well equipped with latest tools and equipments:

  • Fitting Shop
  • Welding Shop
  • Sheet Metal Shop
  • Carpentry Shop
  • Pattern Making Shop
  • Smithy Shop
  • Foundry Shop
  • Machine Shop


The libraries of any technical organization play an important role in accomplishing the missions and goals of the organization. They acquire, organize and maintain informative materials which are useful to its users. Their resources meet both current and anticipated requirements of their users. The demand of libraries of technical organizations goes on changing from time to time because of new services, new products, developments, new approaches of marketing, etc. adapted by their organizations and agencies.

The library collection is one of the most valuable elements of the library. Sound collection is the very basis of effective and efficient library service. The collection of libraries of technical organizations is developed to fulfil the objectives of the organization. The collection of these libraries comprises books, reference books, current periodicals, back volumes of periodicals, theses/dissertations, research reports, project reports, seminar/conference proceedings, pamphlets and reprints, standards, patents, etc.

The Faculty Library is functional since start of classes in August. The library has sufficient number of books required for B.Tech first and second year programmes, and have also established a good reading room having sufficient seating capacity. Periodical and news paper section has also been established. Library automation is in the pipeline.


The job market is one of the most competitive we have ever known. Very often employers tell us that a degree alone is not indicative of a well-rounded graduate. It is very strongly felt that during graduation effort should be made to help the students to develop all round personality. To achieve this goal we should not just provide the opportunities for students to achieve good academic results but actively promote the benefits of a wider curriculum to the students. The Council will provide opportunities through which students can prepare themselves to succeed in the many and varied roles they will have to undertake in their future life. To recognise the importance and value of both academic curriculum and co-curricular activities in developing the range of skills and attributes that are important for graduates.

Introduction of a new course structure in 2017 have provided an opportunity to the undergraduate students to build a carrier to suit their interests and aspirations. The curriculum enables students to develop their subject knowledge, academic literacy and a range of complementary capabilities. Apart from academic curriculum there is co-curricular and extra-curricular activities which means any activity that falls outside the academic curriculum but it is part of Engineering curriculum. To keep the programme functional various councils have been formed. These councils are as under:

  • Literary Council
  • Technical Council
  • Fine Arts and Photography Council
  • Cultural Council
  • Sports Council

All the councils have one faculty member as convener and five students one from each branch nominated by the convener as member. Moreover all the councils will work under Chairman, Council of Students Activities (CSA). All the students are required to participate at least in any two activities of the council according to their interest and liking. There are 50 marks on the performance of these activities as General Proficiency (GP). These marks are awarded in the form of grade and not counted in the academic grade.

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