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HANDBOOK OF INFORMATION
Directorate of International Students
2014 - 2015
PUNJABI UNIVERSITY, PATIALA
( Established under Punjab Act No. 35 of
1961)
'A' Grade University by NAAC
Visit at www.punjabiuniversity.ac.in
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Notwithstanding the information provided in this Handbook of
Information, the Vice-Chancellor will have the right, in consultation
with the Standing Committee of Academic Council, to delete, change or
make additions to any of the provisions contained in it.
If there is any dispute/ambiguity, the decision of the Vice-Chancellor
will prevail.
All disputes arising from this document or connected therewith are
subject to the territorial jurisdiction of Courts situated at Patiala only
and to the exclusion of all other Courts.
Important Note: Ragging in any form is not allowed. As per order of the
Hon’ble Court' "if any incident of ragging comes to the notice of
authority, the concerned student shall be given liberty to explain and if
explanation is not satisfactory, the authority would expel him from the
institution".
As
per
Punjab
Government
Notification
training(3)/1007 Chandigarh dated 10-03-2010
*
*
No.
3/7/2010
The candidates seeking admission to any course at Punjabi
University, Patiala are not required to submit any type of affidavit
(unless it is legally required). Self declaration can be furnished.
In place of attested copies of various certificates, candidate can
submit self attested copies of various documents alongwith
admission form.
Admission Committee
Prof. A S Chawla
Prof. Amritpal Kaur
Prof. M I S Saggu
Prof. S K Bawa
- Coordinator
Dr. Paramvir Singh
Published by Dr. Davinder Singh, Registrar, Punjabi University, Patiala
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English Translation of University Anthem
True learning induces in the mind service of mankind.
One subduing the five passions has truly taken abode at holy
bathing-spots.
(1)
The mind attuned to the Infinite is the true singing of
ankle-bells in ritual dances.
With this how dare Yama intimidate me in
the hereafter ? (Pause 1)
One renouncing desire is the true Sannyasi.
From continence comes true joy of living in the body.(2)
One contemplating to subdue the flesh is the truly
Compassionate Jain ascetic.
Such a one subduing the self, forbears harming others. (3)
Thou Lord, art one and Sole.
Many Thy formsThe manifold play beyond Nanak's comprehension. (4) (25)
(Translated by: Gurbachan Singh Talib)
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CONTENTS
Punjabi University at a Glance
Functionaries of the University
Heads of the Departments
Programmes being Offered
Fee Structure
Academic Calendar
General guidelines for application
Schedule of Payment
List of faculties
Teaching Departments
1.
Faculty of Arts and Culture
2.
Faculty of Business Studies
3.
Faculty of Education and Information Science
4.
Faculty of Engineering
5.
Faculty of Languages
6.
Faculty of Law
7.
Faculty of Life Sciences
8.
Faculty of Medicine
9.
Faculty of Physical Sciences
10.
Faculty of Social Sciences
Rules for Ph.D Scholars
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PUNJABI UNIVERSITY AT A GLANCE
Punjabi University Patiala, one of the premier institutions of higher education in
the north of India, was established on the 30th April, 1962 under the Punjabi
University Act 1961. This is the second University in the world to be named after a
language, the first being Hebrew University of Israel. Initially the University started with
the objective of developing and promoting the language, literature and culture of the
Punjabi people, over the time, has evolved into a multi-faceted multi-faculty educational
institution. Presently it has fifty-five teaching and research departments covering
disciplines in Humanities, Arts and Sciences as diverse as Fine Arts, Biotechnology,
Forensic Science and Space Sciences. The University provides international standard
facilities for students and researchers in various disciplines.
The University was awarded Five Star Status by the National Assessment and
Accreditation Council (NAAC), an autonomous institution of the U.G. C. in the year
2000. Recently a team of (NAAC) again visited the University and after thorough
evaluation in the field of academic, sports and cultural activities has awarded it 'A'
Grade in the year 2008. The University, for the first time has also got the Maulana Abul
Kalam Azad (MAKA) Trophy for 2006-07 for its overall performance in the field of Sports
among the universities of India which it won for the second successive session of 200708. In addition to above, the University also won 93 Gold, 58 Silver and 73 Bronze
Medals in the Inter-University competition at the National level and 6 Gold, 15 Silver
and 17 Bronze Medals in the National/Inter-National level in the Individual capacity
during 2009-2010 session. However, three sportsmen participated in the World
Championships and three participated in the Asian Championship during this period.
The University has a modern well planned campus situated on PatialaChandigarh road at a short distance from the main city. Sprawling across 316 acres,
the campus is away from the din and noise of the city. It presents a splendid sight of a
magnificient buildings which include the famous Guru Gobind Singh Bhawan.
The
University
has
20
Regional
centres/Neighbourhood
campuses/Constiuent Colleges namely Guru Kashi Campus, Talwandi Sabo; Regional
Centre, Bathinda; Regional Centre for Information Technology and Management,
Mohali; Nawab Sher Mohammad Khan Institute of Advanced Studies, Malerkotla; Dr.
Balbir Singh Sahitya Kendra, Dehradun; Neighbourhood Campus, Rampura Phul;
Neighbourhood Campus, Jhunir, Punjabi University Baba Jogi Peer Neighbourhood
Campus Ralla; Punjabi University Akali Phula Singh Neighbourhood Campus Dehla
Seehan; Punjabi University Neighbourhood Campus, Sardool Garh ; Punjabi University
Neighbourhood Campus, Jaito. In order to spread higher education in the rural areas
the University has taken over a sick college at Maur and the admission has started from
July 2009 onwards.
The University has maintained the estate of Dr. Norah Richards at Andhretta in
Himachal Pradesh which the noted artist donated to the Punjabi University. The
buildings of the estate have been renovated keeping the original architecture intact.
Arrangements have been made for the stay of faculty members and students who wish
to carry out study and research in the field of Theatre and Television. The Department
of Youth Welfare organises youth activities during the summer at Andhretta (Youth
Leadership Camps) and the Department of Theatre and Television also arranges theatre
performances at Andhretta every year.
The University has maintained research facilities for scholars at Dr. Balbir
Singh Sahitya Kendra at Dehradun. There is a rich library with rare books and
manuscripts bequeathed by Bhai Vir Singh, Dr. Balbir Singh and Prof. Puran Singh, the
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doyens of Punjabi literature. Research on comparative religions is carried out there.
This centre is being developed as an Advanced Centre for Sikh Studies
Bhai Kahn Singh Nabha Library is a hub of academic and research activities. It
is housed in a spacious air conditioned building and kept open 360 days of the year
from 8:15am to 8:15pm. It possesses 506410 books and subscribes to 351 current
journals and 22 newspapers 65 journals are being received on gratis. Approximately
10,000 latest books are added every year. In addition to this CD’s and Microfilms are
also available. It has a majestic Reading Hall with a seating capacity of 400 readers. A
separate air conditioned Night Reading Hall for using personal books has been provided
at the ground floor. It remains open for 365 days from 8:15 am to 6:00 am at (night
day).
Library is being run on modern lines. It has On-line catalogue services. Internet
Access Lab has been established for using electronic documents. Library has also
photocopying, reference and Inter-Library Loan (ILL) facilities for readers. RFID
technology for issue/return of books implemented also.
Dr. Ganda Singh Punjabi Reference Library, which is an integral and precious
part of the library is housed in a building which is interlinked with the main building.
The library has 57412 books on Punjabi language, Literature, Punjab History, Punjabi
Culture and Sikh religion. It subscribes to 135 current journals and 10 Punjabi
Newspaper. 45 journals are being received on gratis. Approximately 403 Microfilms are
also available. Fifty five donors have presented their personal collections to this library
which is a valuable treasure. Fire protection system has also been installed.
The Library has estabilshed departmental libraries in some of the teaching
departments and regional centres at Bathinda, Talwandi Sabo, Dr. Balbir Singh Sahitya
Kendra Library, Dehradun and Punjabi University B.Ed. College, Bathinda. An
Extension Library has also been established at S.A.S. Nagar Phase-VII, Mohali (Punjab)
to meet the requirements of the students and general public.
For security and to avoid the theft of the books CCTV cameras have been
installed in all four storeys of the library. Bar-Coding of documents has been completed
and issue and return of books is computerized. Membership of all the University
employees has also been computerized. There are 215 e-books available on Computer
Scince, Engineering & Business Studies and full text of these e-books is available at the
Univeristy Campus.
The Department of Distance Education was established in the University in
1968 and has been a pioneer institute imparting education through the distant mode. It
is the second institute in the country to adopt the non-formal mode of imparting
education. For the first time in the country, this Department offered regional language
as the medium of instruction and examination. Presently, the Department is managing
33 multi-faculty programmes including professional and job-oriented courses, like B.
Ed., M. Ed., M. Com., Diploma in Journalism & Mass Communication, Diploma in
Library Science, Bachelor of Library & Information Science, PG Diploma in Insurance
Business and PG Diploma in Forensic Science. More than 8,000 students are currently
on the rolls of the Department. Personal Contact Programmes are organised in the
Department as well as at its four study centres at Barnala, Bathinda, Dhuri and
Faridkot. The Department has a well-equipped library which supplies text and other
reading material to the students. The Department plans to start new courses in the field
of religion, information technology and community services. More information about the
department may be obtained from its website http://www.dccpbi.com and E-Mail:
[email protected]
The Computer Centre of the University provides central facility to cater the
needs of students, research scholars, faculty and the various wings of the University
administration. The Centre has three labs with a sitting capacity for 50 students. The
Centre has established a local area network and all university Departments enjoy the
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facilities of Internet and e-mail through this network. The Centre as well as the teaching
Departments are equipped with the latest computers and software. The University
Computer Centre also established another laboratory for Internet access. The laboratory
caters to the needs of students, staff and wards of the staff of the University.
The University has its own website-www.punjabiuniversity.ac.in, which is
being maintained by the Centre. The website provides rich information about the
University which is not only beneficial for the University community but also for the
outside world.
An Advance Centre for Technical Development of Punjabi Language,
Literature and Culture has also been established on the Punjabi University, Campus.
The objective of the centre is to give fillip to research in the development of Punjabi
Language, expand the network of usage of Punjabi, make available E-learning of
Punjabi Language globally and help overcome the limitations imposed by scripts
(Gurmukhi and Shahmukhi). The most important achievement of this centre is the
development of a Gurmukhi to Shahmukhi (Urdu) transliteration software. This
software named Sangam can be used to convert any Punjabi text typed in Gurmukhi
script to Shahmukhi script. A website for online teaching of Punjabi has also been
developed by the centre. The website aims to fulfill the long pending demand of Punjabis
settled outside Punjab and abroad for learning Punjabi on internet while sitting in their
homes.
Educational Multimedia Research Centre (EMRC) located in Punjabi
University, is one of the seventeen centres in the country. It has been promoted under
the Consortium for Educational Communication (ECE) Programme of Inter-University
Centre of University Grants Commission for Countrywide Class Room teaching through
educational films being telecast by the Doordarshan. This Centre has a well-equipped
full-fledged shooting studio which is being upgraded with the latest digital apparatus.
The Centre has already produced more than 64 educational films covering various
aspects of different fields of education including art and culture of Punjab.
The Publication Bureau, established in 1966 has a unique and important place
in the academic life of the University. It has been publishing the research works, books
and journals, produced by different departments of the University. It has so far
published more than 2000 titles on Punjab history, art, culture, theology, literature and
sciences. The book van has been introduced by the university to make the university
publications easily available to the masses.
The Directorate of sports works for promoting sports in the University and its
affiliated colleges. It organizes inter-college competitions in various games and trains
students for participation in inter-university, National, International games. Well
maintained infrastructure and facilities for games such as hockey, football, cricket,
basketball, volleyball, athletics etc. have been maintained. The Punjabi University also
has a large gymnasium and a hall for indoor games. It is one of the very few institutions
in India to possess its own Velodrome.
The Youth Welfare Department of the University organizes youth activities all
round the year. The Punjabi University has won unique distinctions in Youth Festivals
organized by the Association of Indian Universities in collaboration with the Ministry of
Youth Affairs, Govt. of India; Directorate of Youth Services, Panjab; Directorate of
Higher Education, Panjab and Panjabi Academy of Delhi State. Students of Punjabi
University have had the privilege of representing India in the Festivals of India held in
the former USSR, Mauritius, Spain, China, Germany and U.A.E. (Dubai). This
department also organizes Hiking, Trekking, Mountaineering, Rock Climbing courses,
and Youth Leadership Training Camps.
The National Service Scheme is one of the most significant programmes of the
university. It inculcates the spirit of voluntary work among students and teachers
through sustained community interaction. The major activity of NSS on the campus
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include regular camping programmes, environmental pollution control health
awareness, adult education and blood donations.
A Sadbhavna Club is working under the auspices of Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur
National Integration Chair. The major objective of the club is to promote spirit of
National Integration among the students. All the students of the University Campus are
eligible to become its members. The activities of the club include organisation of
National Integration Camp, Seminar, Interstate Youth Exchange Programmes,
Personality Development Programmes, etc.
A well equipped Health Centre, with qualified physicians and paramedical staff,
is at the service of the students round the clock. The Centre has an x-ray unit and also
a laboratory for medical tests. The Centre has an AIDS awareness wing. Students of
various teaching departments at the campus are entitled to free medical aid by the
University Health Centre. The Health Centre is equipped with basic necessary and
modern equipments.
A Counseling Cell for students and employees of the University has been
established in the University. This cell is monitored by the Department of Psychology.
Multidimensional pressures of modernization and globalization are triggering
psychological problems among students relating to their personalities, conduct and
work. Unable to resolve the psychological conflicts and identity crises, many of them
develop complexes and may seek solace in drugs or alcohol. Counseling and supportive
psychological corporate houses and multi-national companies for making mass
recruitments. Among these are included Infosys, Quark, Siemens, HCL, Satyam, Canon,
Dabur and many others.
There are six Hostels for boys and seven Hostels for girls. The hostels have all
modern amenities for comfortable living for 4000 students. There are two (one for boys
and one for girls) hostels at Guru Kashi Campus, Talwandi Sabo and two hostels (one
for boys and one for girls) at Punjabi University Neighbourhood Campus, Rampura
Phul. The strength of these four hostels is 550 for boys and 550 for girls. University
College of Engineering has its own separate hostel facility. All the Hostels have wi-fi
facility & CCTV Camera.
The University Enquiry and Information Centre has been set up at the Main
Gate to provide all facilities under one roof to the students and parents with regard to
admissions, results, information regarding Distance Education and general courses,
receipt of examination forms and canteen facilities. The Centre also provides
computerized results to the students and handles enquiries of all sorts. The students
also get counseling services during admissions.
The Transport Department of the University runs a fleet of buses for linking the
campus to various parts of Patiala city.
The Placement Cell strives to bridge the gap between industry and academia
and take care of the training and placement requirements of our students. In this
regard, experts from industrial organizations as well as premier institutes are invited
from time to time. A large percentage of a student have been receiving job offers various
prestigious organizations. For 2011 pass-out engineering stream, 348 students got
placed with many prestigious organizations, viz. infosys, Tech Mohindra, Emerson,
Birlasoft, SML Isuzu ltd. etc. Besides these, students from other departments also
found placement with industry/professional institutes. Further, details about
placements
can
be
obtained
at
the
URL:
http/punjabiuniversity.ac.in/punjabiweb/placements.html.
Women’s Studies Centre was allocated to Punjabi University by University
Grants Commission under XI Plan, in August 2009 and was established under the able
guidance and dynamic leadership of Dr. Jaspal Singh, Vice-Chancellor, Punjabi
University, Patiala
in
October 2009. Its main objective is the pursuit of a
comprehensive critical and balanced investigation of the cause of gender disparity. The
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centre also aims at revitalizing University education bringing it closer to burning social
issues and working towards their solutions.
UGC-Academic Staff College: The history of Academic Staff Colleges in India is
about 23 years old. However, credit of establish of Academic Staff College at Punjabi
University Patiala in 2009 goes to Dr. Jaspal Singh our Vice-Chancellor, Punjabi
University, Patiala acquired the Academic Staff College from University Grants
Commission. Since its beginning to 31-03-2011, in a short span of time, the Academic
College has conducted 34 Refresher Courses 16 Orientation Courses 7
Workshops/Short Term Courses and One Principals' Meet. All these courses acquired
National Character because participants were from as distant states as Goa, Karnatka,
Maharashtra, Nagaland, Meghalaya H.P. Assam, Haryana, etc. During the current
session the Academic Staff College shall conduct 10 Refresher Courses 3 Orientation
Courses, 6 Workshops/Short Term Courses and One Principles' Meet. The Academic
Staff College is equipped with latest technology, Computer Lab, a lecture theatre fitted
with latest gizmos. A modern Guest House is under construction.
Department of Tourism, Hospitality and Hotel Management established in
2010 with a vision of a world class Hotel Management training centre with state of the
art facilities and the best mentors for students in the field of Hospitality is all set to offer
students Global perspectives and prepare them to face challenges in Hospitality and
Tourism sectors. The Department can boast of its exclusivity in Food & Beverage
Production. The Department is being developed and managed by the individuals who
have had industry experience in Five Star Hotels. The objective of the Department is to
impart students with latest Hospitality knowledge, skills, concepts and management
teachings to make them productive and professional for taking up leadership positions
in Hospitality & Tourism sector all over the world.
Punjabi University took the ‘exclusive initiative’ by evolving a Centre for
Advanced Media Studies (CAMS) to start new kinds of technical, professional,
advanced and specialised courses to befittingly train students for a plethora of jobs
awaiting them in the glamorous Television and Film worlds. The
department has
started B. Tech in Television, Film Production and Medias Technology, Certificate
Courses in Videography and Video Editing, three year B.A. (Hons) Course in
Journalism, Mass Communication and Media Technology, MA TV & film production and
PG Diploma in Graphics, Animation and Special Effects. The latest milestone that
CAMS has now achieved is signing of an agreement with Communications Studies and
Integrative Media Department of Wilkes University, Pennsylvania, USA.
Punjabi University started a special project as Punjabi Pedia Project under the
leadership of Vice-Chancellor, Punjabi University, Patiala. This project will be for five
years with a budget of Rs. 7, 25, 000/-. Dr. Devinder Singh, Professor, Zoology and
Environmental Sciences is appointed as a Coordinator of this project.
UGC has established a Centre for Advanced Research in Indian Diaspora
Studies at Punjabi University, Patiala
FUNCTIONARIES OF THE UNIVERSITY
Telephone Numbers
Office
Residence
Chancellor
Vice-Chancellor
Dean, Academic Affairs
Registrar
Shri Shiv Raj Patil
Dr. Jaspal Singh
Prof. A S Chawla
Prof. Davinder Singh
0172-2740740
304 6001
304 6150
304 6030
0172-2740608
304 6005
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OTHER IMPORTANT TELEPHONE NUMBERS
Dean Research
Additional Dean Research
Dean, College Development
Council
Dean, Student's Welfare
Additional Dean Student's
Welfare (Girls)
Directorate of International
Students
Provost
Additional Provost (Girls)
Director, Academic Staff
College
Controller of Examination
Director Public Relations
Director Youth Welfare
Director Sports
Director Neighbourhood
Campuses
Director Constitute Colleges
Executive Engineer
Chief Security Officer
Coordinator N.S.S.
SMO, Health Centre
Chief Librarian
University Inquiry
Prof. J.S. Pasricha
Prof. M.I.S. Saggoo
Prof. J.A. Khan
304 6303
304 6303
3046165
Prof. K.S. Dhillon
304 6415 304 6291
Prof. Amrit Pal Kaur
304 6525
Prof. S K Bawa
Prof. Nishan Singh
Prof. S K Bawa
3046429
304 6417 304 6233
3046525
Prof. Balwinder Singh Tiwana
Dr. Pawan Kumar Singla
Prof. Gurmeet Singh Mann
Prof. Satish K. Verma
Dr. R.K. Sharma
Prof. Gurmel Singh
Prof. K.S. Dhillon
Er. Manjit Singh Sidhu
Capt. Gurtej Singh
Dr. Paramvir Singh
Dr. Ragina Maini
Dr. Saroj Bala
3046508
3046370
3046230
304 6342
304 6430
9501965200
304 6415 304 6291
304 6100 304 6113
304 6080 304 6085
304 6427
304 6099
304 6152
304 6366, 3046367
Note: Telephone number of the University Exchange:
(0175) 304 6598 to 304 6599.
Any officer/Branch/Department of the University can be reached through these
numbers.
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HEADS OF THE DEPARTMENTS
Department/Regional Centres/
Neighbourhood Campus
Bio-Technology
Botany
Centre for Advance Media Studies
Chemistry
College of Engineering & Management Rampura
Phul
Commerce
Computer Science
Dance
Defence & Strategic Studies
Economics
Education & Community Services
English
Fine Arts
Foreign Languages
Forensic Science
Geography
Gurmat Sangeet
Guru Granth Sahib Studies
Hindi
History
Human Genetics
Journalism and Mass Communication
Law
Library & Information Science
Linguistics and Punjabi Lexicography
Mathematics
Music
Punjabi University Neibourhood Campuses:
Akali Phoola Singh Neibourhood Campus, Dehla
Seehan
Baba Dhyan Dass Neighbourhood Campus,
Jhunir
University
Neibourhood
Campus,
Maur,
Bathinda
Baba Jogi Peer Neighbourhood Campus, Rallah
University Neighbourhood Campus Rampura
Phul
University Neighbourhood Campus, Jaito
Nawab Sher Mohd. Khan Institute, Malerkotla
Persian, Urdu & Arabic
Pharmaceutical Sciences & Drug Research
Philosophy
Physical Education
Physics
Physiotherapy
Political Science
Psychology
Public Administration
Punjab School of Law
Punjabi
Punjabi University Regional Centre, Bathinda
Heads
Dr. Munish Puri
Prof. M.I.S. Saggoo
Prof. Gurmeet Singh Mann
Prof. Balbir Kaur
Prof. Satnam Singh
Dr. Navkiranjit Kaur Dhaliwal
Dr. Rajesh Kumar Bawa
Prof. Daisy Narola
Dr. Kamal Kinger
Prof. Inderjeet Singh
Prof. Kirandeep
Dr. Rabinder Powar
Dean, Faculty of Ars & Culture
Dean, Faculty of Languages
Prof. O.P. Jasuja
Dr. Yadvinder Singh
Prof. Gurnam Singh
Prof. Sarbjinder Singh
Prof. Ravi Kumar
Prof. Kulbir Singh Dhillon
Prof. Satbir Kaur
Prof. Harjinder Pal Singh Walia
Prof. Pushpinder Kaur Dhillon
Dr. Harinder Singh Kalra
Dr. Suman Preet
Dr. R. K. Nagaich
Prof. Navedita Uppal
Dr. Gurmel Singh (Director)
Mr. Harjit Singh (Incharge)
Dr. Parneet Singh Bhasin
(Incharge)
Dr.
Paramjeet
Singh
Romana(Incharge)
Dr. Mohinder Singh Sidhu
(Incharge)
Dr.
Amarjit
Singh
Sidhu
(Incharge)
Dr. Inderjit Kaur Deol (Incharge)
Dean, Faculty of Languages
Dr. Mohammad Zamil
Dr. Pawan Krishan
Dr. Pardeep Kumar
Dr. Nishal Singh Deol
Prof. Bhajan Singh
Dr. Narkeesh Arumugam
Prof. Dalbir Kaur Bajwa
Dr. Baldev Singh Sandhu
Dr. Renu
Dr. Varinder Kumar Kaushik
Prof. Lakhvir Singh
i) Prof. Boota S Brar:PG Studies
ii) Dean, Faculty of Law: Law
iii) Dean, Faculty of Education
Telephone
Numbers
304-6262
304-6265
304-6547
304-6409
01651-2482331
304-6208
304-6313
304-6200
304-6212
304-6190
304-6218
304-6246
304-6198
304-6248
304-6271
304-6173
304-6184
304-6442
304-6238
304-6192
304-6277
304-6176
304-6290
304-6179
304-6240
304-6189
304-6182
9501965200
01676 2256299
01659 260901
01655 230321
01652-321777
01635 232442
01675-250883
01675-250030
304-6251
304-6254
304-6224
304-6437
304-6163
304-6434
304-6450
304-6318
304-6244
304-6297
304-6458
0164-2241035,
2211413
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Department/Regional Centres/
Neighbourhood Campus
Heads
Telephone
Numbers
and
PURC (IT), Mohali
Religious Studies
Sanskrit and Pali
School of Management Studies
School of Social Sciences
Social Work
Sociology and Social Anthropology
Sports Science
Statistics
Theatre and Television
Tourism, Hospitality & Hotel Management
University College of Engineering, PUP
i)
Electronics
and
Communication
Engineering
ii)
Computer Engineering
iii)
Mechanical Engineering
iv)
Civil Engineering
v)
Applied Sciences
University Computer Centre, PUP
University School of Applied Management
USBS, Talwandi Sabo
Women's Studies Centre
YCoE Talwandi Sabo
Zoology and Environmental Sciences
Information
Science:
Education
Dr. Upasana Joshi
Prof. Harpal Singh Pannu
Dean, Faculty of Languages
Prof. G.S. Batra
Dean, Faculty of Social Sciences
Prof. Dharam Pal
Prof. M.S. Randhawa
Dean, Faculty of Medicine
Prof. Mukesh Kumar Sharma
Prof. Sunita Dhir
Prof. S.M. Verma
Prof. Manjit Singh Patrah
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Prof. Jaimel Singh Khamba
Dr. Gurpreet Singh Dhanoa
Incharge
Prof. Sanjiv Puri
Dr. Kawaljeet Singh
Prof. Ritu Lehal
Dean, Faculty of Business
Studies
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Dean, Faculty of Engineering
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Programmes being offered to International Students
1)
After Graduation
Courses
B.Lib. & Inf. Sc.
L.L.B.
L.L.B. Evening
L.L.M. (Two Years)
LL.M. (One Year) Evening
LL.M. (One Year) Morning
M.A. Anthropological Linguistics & Punjabi
Language
M.A.
M.A.
M.A.
M.A.
M.A.
Buddhist Studies
Business Economics
Defence and Strategic Studies
Economics
Education
Years
1
3
3
2
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
M.A. English
M.A. Fine Arts
M.A. Gurmat Sangeet
M.A. Hindi
M.A. History
M.A. Indian Dances
M.A. Journalism and Mass
Communication
M.A. Music-Instrumental
M.A. Music-Vocal
M.A. Persian
M.A. Philosophy
M.A. Political Science
M.A. Public Administration
M.A. Punjabi
M.A. Punjabi (Hons.)
M.A. Religious Studies
M.A. Sanskrit
M.A. Sikh Studies
M.A. Social Work
M.A. Sociology and Social
Anthropology
M.A. Theatre & Television
M.A. TV & Film Production
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
M.A. Urdu
M.A. Women Studies
M.B.A. (Dual Degree)
M.B.A. (Global Management)
M.Com.
M.Com. (Finance)
M.Ed.
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
Departments
Library
and
information
science
Law
Law
Law
Law
Punjab School of Law
Linguistics
and
Punjabi
Lexicography
Religious Studies
Economics
Defence and Strategic Studies
Economics
Education
and Community
Service
English
Fine Arts
Gurmat Sangeet
Hindi
History
Dance
Journalism
and
Mass
Communication
Music
Music
Persian, Urdu and Arabic
Philosophy
Political Science
Public Administration
Punjabi
Punjabi
Religious Studies
Sanskrit and Pali
Religious Studies
Social Work
Sociology
and
Social
Anthropology
Theatre and Television
Centre for Advanced Media
Studies.
Persian, Urdu and Arabic
Women's Studies Centre
School of Management Studies
School of Management Studies
Commerce
Commerce
Education
and
Community
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Service
Library
and
information
science
Physical Education
M.Lib. & Inf. Sci.
1
M.P. Ed.
M.Pharm.
2
2
M.Sc. Applied Mathematics and
Computing
M.Sc. Applied Physics
M.Sc. Astronomy and Space
Physics
M.Sc. Bio-Technology (Hon’s)
M.Sc. Botany
2
Mathematics
2
2
Physics
Physics
2
2
2
Biotechnology
Botany
Chemistry
M.Sc. Environmental Sciences
2
M.Sc. Forensic Science
M.Sc. Geography
M.Sc. Human Genetics
M.Sc. Mathematics
M.Sc. Microbial & Food Technology
(Hon’s)
M.Sc. Physics
M.Sc. Physics (Nano Science &
Technology)
M.Sc. Psychology
M.Sc. Sport Science
M.Sc. Statistics
M.Sc. Zoology
2
2
2
2
2
Zoology
&
Environmental
Sciences
Forensic Science
Geography
Human Genetics
Mathematics
Biotechnology
2
2
Physics
Physics
2
2
2
2
M.Tech.
M.Tech.
M.Tech.
M.Tech.
M.Tech.
3
2
3
2
3
Psychology
Sports Science
Statistics
Zoology
&
Environmental
Sciences
Computer Engineering
Computer Engineering
Computer Science
Computer Science
Electronics & Communication
Engg.
Electronics & Communication
Engg.
Mechanical Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
Physiotherapy
School of Management Studies
Computer Science
M.Sc. Chemistry (Physical, Organic and
Inorganic)
CE (Part Time 3 years)
CE (Regular 2 years)
CSE (Part Time 3 years)
CSE (Regular 2 years)
ECE (Part Time 3 years)
M.Tech. ECE (Regular 2 years)
2
M.Tech. ME (Part Time 3 years)
M.Tech. ME (Regular 2 years)
Master of Physiotherapy
MBA (2 years)
MCA ( 3 years)
3
2
2
2
3
Pharmaceutical Science and Drug
Research
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2) Courses after 10+2
Courses
B.A. Hon’s in Dance
B.A. Hon’s in Gurmat Sangeet
B.A. Hon’s in Journalism, Mass
Communication
&
Media
Technology
B.A. Hon’s School in Punjabi
Years
3
3
3
Departments
Dance
Gurmat sangeet
Centre
for
Advanced
Studies
Media
3
Punjabi
B.A. Hons. Social Sciences
3
School of Social Sciences
B.Sc.
Airlines, Tourism and
Hospitality
B.Sc.
Hons’
school
in
Mathematics
B.Sc.
Hospitality &
Hotel
Management
B.Sc. Mathematics, Computer
Applications and Management
B.Sc.
Computer
Science,
Statistics & Mathematics
B.Tech. Course (CIVIL)
B.Tech. Course (CE)
B.Tech. Course (ECE)
B.Tech. Course (ME)
B.Tech. Television, Film
Production and Media
Technology
Bachelor of Pharmacy
3
Tourism, Hospitality
management
Mathematics
and
Hotel
and
Hotel
3
Tourism, Hospitality
Management
Mathematics
3
Statistics
4
4
4
4
4
Civil Engineering, PUP
Computer Engineering, PUP
Electronic Engineering, PUP
Mechanical Engineering, PUP
Centre
for
Advanced
Media
Studies
4
Bachelor
of
Physiotherapy
(B.P.T.4½ years)
B.A.L.L.B.
M.B.A. (Five years Integrated
Applied Programme)
4.5
Pharmaceutical Science and Drug
Research
Physiotherapy
5
5
Punjab School of Law
University School
of
Management
M.Com.
Hons’
Five
Year
Integrated Programme
M.Sc. Hon’s in Botany (Five
Years Integrated Course)
M.Sc.
Hon’s
School
in
Economics
(Five
Years
Integrated Course)
Five
Year
Engineering
Management
Integrated Programme in ME
Five
Year
Engineering
Management
Integrated Programme in Civil
Five
Year
Engineering
Management
Integrated
Programme in CSE
Five
Year
Engineering
Management
Integrated
5
Commerce
5
Botany
5
Economics
3
Mechanical Engineering, PUP
3
Civil Engineering, PUP
3
Computer Engineering, PUP
3
Electronic Engineering, PUP
3
3
Applied
11
Programme in ECE
B.Tech/MBA
(Five
Year
Integratec Course) TV & Film
Production
5
Centre
Studies
for
Advanced
Media
12
Postgraduate Diploma Courses
Courses
PG Diploma in Yoga
PG Diploma in Social Impact
Assessment
PG Diploma in Hindi Journalism
PG
Diploma
in
Computer
Maintenance and Networking
(PGDCM)
PG Diploma in Child Care and
Skill Development.
PG Diploma in Child Care and
Skill Development.
PG
Diploma
in
Computer
Applications (PGDCA)
PG Diploma in Gender Studies
PG Diploma in Internet and Web
Designing (PGDIW)
PG Diploma in Women & Child
Development
PG Diploma in Counselling
Psychology
PG
Diploma
in
Graphics,
Animation and Special Effects
PG Diploma in Health Fitness
Trainer
PG Diploma in Sikh Theology
PG Diploma in Space Science
PG Diploma in Human Rights
and Duties
PG Diploma in Folk Dances of
Punjab
PG Diploma in Folk Music and
Sufi Music*
PG Diploma in Hospitality &
Hotel Administration
PG Diploma in Translation
Years
1
1
1
1
Department
Physical Education
Sociology
and
Social
Anthropology
Hindi
University Computer Centre
1
Sports Sciences
1
Women Studies
1
University Computer Centre
1
1
Women’s Studies Centre
University Computer Centre
1
Women’s Studies Centre
1
Psychology
1
1
Centre for Advanced
Studies
Sports Science
1
1
1
Sri Guru Granth Sahib Studies
Physics
Public Administration
1
Dance
1
Music
1
Tourism, hospitality
management
Hindi
1
and
Media
hotel
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5) Diploma Courses
Courses
Advanced
Diploma
Course
French
Advanced
Diploma
Course
German
Diploma in Chinese
Diploma in French
Diploma in German
Diploma in Persian
Diploma in Punjabi as a
foreign/second language
Diploma in Russian
Diploma in Urdu
Years
1
Department
Foreign Languages
1
Foreign Languages
1
1
1
1
1
Foreign Languages
Foreign Languages
Foreign Languages
Persian, Urdu and Arabic
Linguistics and Punjabi
Lexicography
Foreign Languages
Persian, Urdu and Arabic
1
1
6) Certificate Courses
Courses
Years
Add-on Certificate Course in
Dharam
Granth
of
World
Religions
Certificate Course in Sanskrit &
1
Pali
Certificate Course in Arabic
1
(6
Certificate Course in Business
Months)
Analytics
Certificate Course in Chinese (1
1
year)
(3
Certificate Course in Film Acting
Months)
(Evening Course)
Certificate Course in French (1
1
year)
Certificate Course in German (1
1
year)
Certificate Course in Pali
1
Certificate Course in Persian
1
Certificate Course in Russian (1
1
year)
Certificate Course in Spanish (1
1
year)
(3
Certificate Course in Sri Guru
Months)
Granth Sahib
Certificate Course in Urdu (1
1
Year)
(3
Certificate Course
in Video
Months)
Editing (Evening Course)
(3
Certificate
Course
in
Months)
Videography (Evening Course)
(3
Certificate Course in Yoga (3
Months)
month)
Certificate Course in Bakery and (6
Months)
Cookery
Department
Religious Studies
Sanskrit and Pali
Persian, Urdu and Arabic
School of Management Studies
Foreign Languages
Centre for Advanced
Studies
Foreign Languages
Media
Foreign Languages
Religious Studies
Persian, Urdu and Arabic
Foreign Languages
Foreign Languages
Sri Guru Granth Sahib Studies
Persian, Urdu and Arabic
Centre for advanced
studies
Centre for advanced
studies
Physical Education
media
media
Tourism, Hospitality and Hotel
Management
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Fee Structure for International Students
Department
Faculty of Arts and Culture
Dance, Finance, Gurmat Sangeet, Music, Theatre&Television
Faculty of Bussiness Studies
Commerce, School of Management Studies, School of Applied
Management
Tourism, Hospitality and Hotel Management
Faculty of Education & Information Science
Eduation & Community Services, Journalism & Mass
Communication,
Centre for Advance Media Studies, Library and Information
Sciences
Faculty of Engineering
University College of Engineering
Planning & Architecture
Faculty of Languages
English, Hindi, Foreign Languages, Linguistics and Punjabi
Lexicography
Persian, Urdu & Arabic, Punjabi, Sanskrit and Pali
Faculty of Law
Law, Punjab School of Law
Faculty of Life Sciences
Biotechnology, Botany, Human Genetics, Zoology
Faculty of Medicine
Pharmaceutical Sciences & drug research, Physiotherapy,
Sports
Ph.d
Masters
Bachelors
PG Diploma
Fees per
year
(US$)
4500
3000
2000
2000
Ph.d
Masters
Bachelors
PG Diploma
4500
4500
3500
2000
Ph.d
4500
Masters
Bachelors
PG Diploma
3500
2000
2000
Ph.d
Masters
Bachelors
PG Diploma
4500
4500
4500
2000
Ph.d
Masters
Bachelors
PG Diploma
4500
3500
2000
2000
Ph.d
LLM
LLB
5 yrs. Intigreted
4500
3500
3500
3500
Ph.d
Masters
Bachelors
PG Diploma
4500
3500
2000
2000
Ph.d
Masters
Bachelors
4500
4500
3500
Programme
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Faculty of Physical Sceinces
Chemistry, Computer Sci., Forensic Sci., Maths, Physics,
Statistics
Univ. computer centre
Faculty of Social Sciences
Defence and strategic studies, Economics, Geography,
History, Philosophy
Polital Science, Psycology, Public Administration, Religious
Study
Social Work, Sociology, Sri Guru Granth Sahib Study, Women
Study
School of Social Sciences
PG Diploma
2000
Ph.d
Masters
Bachelors
PG Diploma
4500
3500
2000
2000
Ph.d
4500
Masters
3000
Bachelors
PG Diploma
2000
2000
Diploma/Certifi
cate
Add on courses
Hostel Charges: 450USD$/year for two seater and
550USD/year for single seater accomodation.
Hostel Room : Facilities to be provided: Bed, Mattress, Pillow, Bedsheet,
Almirah, RO Water,
Wi-Fi, Curtains, Study Table & Chair, Geyser, Common Room
with TV etc.
It includes Electricity & Water charges.
Mess Bill : On co-operative basis
500
US$/Sem
.
Note : Hostel Charges are to be paid semester wise
Mess bill is to be paid monthly
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Academic Calendar of Session 2014-15
1.
Opening of Teaching Departments
2.
First Semester for Graduation and
30-06-2014
Post graduation classes
14-07-2014to 21- 11-2014
3.
Examination of 1st Semester
01-12-2014 to 15-12-2014
4.
Winter Break
22-12-2014 to 02-01-2015
5.
Second Semester
05-01-2015 to 24-04-2015
6.
Examination of 2nd Semester
05-05-2015
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GENERAL GUIDELINES FOR APPLICATION-CUM-ADMISSION FORM
International students are admitted under three categories:
(i) Students sponsored by the Govt. of India agencies like ICCR, Ministry of HRD etc.
(ii) Students sponsored by their respective Governments/Embassies, under a
Memorandum of Understanding with the Punjabi University, Patiala.
(iii) Self financing students who want to take admission directly
(iv) Twenty percent additional supernumerary seats have been created in each
Department of the University for international students from the academic session
2014-2015.
(v) The students coming from SAARC countries shall pay the same amount of fees.
NOTE: All International students must possess a valid student visa and an HIV
negative
test
report
from
a
recognized/government
medical
hospital/laboratory in India.
IMPORTANT NOTE
 Ragging in any form is not allowed. As per order of the
Hon'ble Court' " If any incident of ragging comes to the notice
of authority, the concerned student shall be given liberty to
explain and if explanation is not satisfactory, the authority
would expel him from the institution.
SCHEDULE OF PAYMENT
The total fees will be deposited at the time of admission. However hostel fees can be
deposited in two installments.
First installment – In July
Second Installment – In December
.
REFUNDS/ADJUSTMENTS
1) After taking admission if the candidate leaves the course before the start of classes
then the refund will be made by deducting 10% of the total fees deposited.
2) If any student dies during his/her study then his/her remaining fees will be
refunded to his/her mother/father or husband/wife. This payment will be made
within 2 months after receiving the death certificate and an affidavit.
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List of the Faculties in the University
1. Faculty of Arts and Culture
2. Faculty of Business Studies
3. Faculty of Education and Information Science
4. Faculty of Engineering
5. Faculty of Languages
6. Faculty of Law
7. Faculty of Life Sciences
8. Faculty of Medicine
9. Faculty of Physical Sciences
10. Faculty of Social Sciences
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A. TEACHING DEPARTMENTS AND FACULTY MEMBERS
1. FACULTY OF ARTS AND CULTURE
1.1 DEPARTMENT OF DANCE
FACULTY
Professor
1. Daisy Narola, Ph.D. Head
Assistant Professors
1. Indira Bali, Ph.D.
2. Simmi, Ph.D
3. Aarohi Walia, Ph.D,
4. Dipanwita Singha Roy, Ph.D.
COURSES
1. M.A. Indian Dances (2 years)
Pre-requisite: Bachelor Degree.
2. B.A. (Hons) in Dance (3 years)
Pre-requisite : A Level
Career Options: Teaching, Research, Professional Artist.
3.
PG Diploma in Folk Dances of Punjab (1 year)
Pre-requisite: Bachelor Degree with any subject.
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1.2. S. SOBHA SINGH DEPARTMENT OF FINE ARTS
FACULTY
Head & Dean, Facuty of Arts & Culture
Assistant Professors
1. Ambalicka Sood Jacob, Ph.D
2. Kavita Singh, M.A.
3. Jasmine Kaur, M.A.
COURSES
M.A. Fine Arts (2 years)
Pre-requisite: Bachelor Degree with Fine Arts, Bachelor of Fine Arts
Career Options: Teaching, Artist.
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1.3 DEPARTMENT OF GURMAT SANGEET
FACULTY
Professor
Gurnam Singh, Ph.D Head
Assistant Professors
1. Kanwaljit Singh, Ph.D.
2. Amandeep Singh, M.A.
3. Varinder Kaur, Ph. D.
COURSES
1. M.A. Gurmat Sangeet (2 years)
Pre-requisite: Bachelor Degree with 50% marks with Gurmat Sangeet/Music
Vocal/Music Instrumental/Tabla.
OR
Bachelor Degree with 50% marks with Diploma in Gurmat Sangeet
OR
Three Years Kirtan experience from a Registered Organization.
Career Options: Teaching & Research, Professional Ragi (recruitment opportunities
in various Sikh Institutions in India & Abroad), Gurmat Sangeet
Representatives of various recording companies, Background
Singing, Music Directions etc.
2.
B.A. (Hons.) School Course in Gurmat Sangeet (3 years)
Pre-requisite : A Level with 50% marks.
Career Options: Teaching, Professional Ragi (recruitment opportunities in various
Sikh Institutions in India & Abroad), Gurmat Sangeet
Representatives of various recording companies, Background
Singing, Music Directions etc.
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1.4 DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC
FACULTY
Professors
1. Yash Pal Sharma, Ph.D.
2. Rajinder Singh Gill, Ph.D. (On Leave)
3. Navjot Kaur Kasel, Ph.D.
4. Nivedita Uppal, Ph.D. Head
Assistant Professors
1. Alankar Singh, Ph.D.
2. Jyoti Sharma, Ph.D.
3. Manmohan Kumar, Ph.D.
4. Ravinder Kaur, Ph.D.
5. Vanita
COURSES
1. M.A. Music (2 years)
Pre-requisite: Graduation with Music/B.P.A. (Vocal) for Vocal and Music
(Instrumental) for Instrumental.
Note: If the candidate has not studied Music as a subject at graduate level but
has done the diploma course "Sangeet Visharad" or "Sangeet Prabhakar"; is
also eligible.
Career Options: Teaching, Research, Stage Performance, T.V. & Radio
Artist and Executive Jobs, Background Music, Music Direction.
2.*PG Diploma in Folk Music and Sufi Music (1 year)
Pre-requisite: Graduation in any subject.
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1.5 DEPARTMENT OF THEATRE AND TELEVISION
FACULTY
Professors
1. Sunita Dhir, Ph.D. Head
2. Gurcharan Singh, Ph.D. (Re-employed)
Assistant Professors
1. Jaspal Kaur Deol, Ph.D., NET
2. Namrata Sharma, M.A., NET
COURSES
1. M.A. Theatre & Television (2 years)
Pre-requisite: Bachelor Degree 50% marks
Career Options: Teaching, Research, Theatre, Cinema, Television and Radio.
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2. FACULTY OF BUSINESS STUDIES
2.1 DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE
FACULTY
Professors
1. Jasmeet Singh Pasricha, Ph.D.
2. Radha Sharan Arora, Ph.D.
3. Rajinder Kaur, Ph.D.
4. Rajiv Kansal, Ph.D.
Associate Professors
1. Jasmindeep Kaur, Ph.D.
2. Navkiranjit Kaur Dhaliwal, Ph.D. Head
COURSES
1. M. Com. (Finance) (2 years)
Pre-requisite:B.Com./B.B.A./B.M.I.T./B.Com.(Professional),B.Com.
(Accounting and Finance) with 50% marks.
Career Options: Finance, Industry, Banking, Insurance, Stock Exchanges,
Teaching & Research.
2. M. Com. (2 years)
Pre-requisite:
B.Com./B.B.A./B.M.I.T./B.Com.(Professional),
B.Com.
(Accounting and Finance) with 50% marks.
Career Options: Finance, Industry, Banking, Insurance, Stock Exchanges,
Teaching & Research.
3. M. Phil. (18 Months)
Pre-requisite: M.Com./M.F.C./ MBA with 55% marks and 50% marks at
under-graduate level.
Career Options: Teaching & Research.
4. M. Com. Honours -FYIC
Pre-requisite: A Level with 50% marks (excluding additional subjects) in any
stream
Note: The candidates are required to mention their additional subject (if any)
passed in A Level clearly in the applications form.
Career Options: Finance, Industry, Banking, Insurance, Stock Exchanges,
Teaching & Research.
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2.2 SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES
FACULTY
Professors
1. Arvinder S. Chawla, Ph.D.
3. Gurdip S. Batra, Ph.D.
Head
5. Amarinder Singh, Ph.D.
7. Ran Singh Dhaliwal, Ph.D.
Assistant Professors
1. Rajwinder Singh, Ph.D.
2.
3. Sandeep Singh Virdi, Ph.D.
4.
5. Anju Puri, MBA
6.
7. Liaquat Ali. Ph.D.
8.
9. Vikas Singla, Ph.D.
10.
11. Dheeraj Sharma, Ph.D.
12.
13. Sahil Raj, MBA
14.
15. Raminder Kaur Sira, MBA
16.
17. Sumrinder Singh Sira
18.
19. Azizinder Sekhon, MBA (Adhoc)
2.
4.
6.
Pushpinder S. Gill, Ph.D.
Navjot Kaur, Ph.D
Gurcharan Singh, Ph. D.
Amandeep Singh Marwaha, Ph.D.
Satinder Kumar, MBA
Bharat Bhushan Singla, Ph.D.
Harpreet Singh, MBA
Apar Singh, MBA
Ratinder Kaur, MBA
Amanpreet Singh, Ph.D.
Parneet Kaur, Ph.D.
Shavina Goyal, MBA
COURSES
*1. M.B.A. (2 years)
Pre-requisite: Candidates should have secured a minimum of 50% marks in the
Bachelor’s/Mater’s Degree examination (45% marks for SC/ST and
handicapped with at least 40% disability). Admission will be based on
the National Level Test CMAT.
**2.
M.B.A. (2 years) (Dual Degree)
Pre-requisite: Candidates should have secured a minimum of 50% marks in
the Bachelor’s/Mater’s Degree examination (45% marks for SC/ST and
handicapped with at least 40% disability)
**3.
M.B.A. (2 years) (Global Management)
Pre-requisite: Candidates should have secured a minimum of 50% marks in the
Bachelor’s/Mater’s Degree examination (45% marks for SC/ST and
handicapped with at least 40% disability)
4. Certificate Course in Business Analytics (Six months)
Pre-requisite: Candidates must be graduate in any disipline.
In the onward journey of Punjabi University, it was indeed a luminous and shining
landmark when the Department of Business Management now rechristened as School of
Management Studies, was established in the academic session 1969-71. Ever since the
School started the 2 years full time MBA programme, it has continuously remained alive to
the needs of the Indian Industry and recognized its never ending task of bringing
consistency by extending contemporary education services. Because of economic
liberalisation and globalisation of our economy there have been spectacular opening and
possibilities in the field of management. We are at the threshold of a dynamic phase
having never before opportunities in our lap. The main objective of the MBA programme at
PSMS is to equip the students with requisite skills to meet the challenges of the new
globalized economic order.
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About School of Management Studies
The School of Management Studies, over the last 41 years has been academically
responsive to the requirements of the Indian Industry. Flair for innovation and capacity for
adaptation to the emerging corporate scenario have been the forte of the School. The
School draws its strength and sustenance from the highly qualified and experienced
faculty in the principal streams of management practice. The beautiful blend of the
faculty, academicians, researchers, professionals drawn from public and private sectors
and managers have projected a bullion image of the School in the region. It has come to
acquire a position of great standing and eminence.
Educational Programmes
The School offers a number of courses, which include full time as well as
correspondence courses in various streams of management. It is a matter of pride that this
School was the first in the country to introduce M.B.A. programme through
correspondence, for senior army officers and working executives. This course serves as a
measure of rehabilitation for senior army officers and at the same time helps working
executives to enhance their knowledge and skills and consequently their careers. The
specializations being offered are Marketing, Human Resource, Finance, Information
Technology and Operations Management.
At present, the courses being offered by the School are:
Regular MBA Programme (Two Years).
MBA Dual Degree Programme in Association with Wilkes University, USA.
MBA (Global Management).
MBA Programme for defence personnel and industrial managers
correspondence (Two Years).
Doctoral Programme
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through
2.3
UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF APPLIED MANAGEMENT
FACULTY
Professors
1. G. S. Batra, Ph.D.
2. Ritu Lehal, Ph.D.
Head
3. Manjit Singh, Ph.D.
Assistant Professors
1. Kapil Sharma, Ph.D.
2. Sarang Narula, Ph.D.
3. Harsimran Kaur, MBA (Contract)
COURSES
M.B.A. (5 years) (Integrated Financial Markets and Applied Management
Programme)
Pre-requisite: A Level with 50% Marks.
Admission to Five Year Integrated MBA (Applied) Programme
The School of Applied Management is a newly opened Department of Punjabi
University, Patiala to start innovative industry integrated programmes to meet the needs
of modern day business, service sector and manufacturing industry. The focus of 5 year
Integrated MBA Applied Programme is to prepare the students for an alternate career in
business and Industry of the 21st century. The main features of the programme is
concentration on the sectoral areas like banking and Insurance, financial markets, retail
marketing, accounting, Leadership and corporate enterpreneurship etc. The programme
will make a difference in terms of skill development of the students, teaching pedagogy
and evaluation pattern with main focus on continuous evaluation of the students. There
is a provision of workshops on soft skills, personality development, communication
skills and the development of presentation skills of the students to prepare them for the
new age jobs of the present day global and domestic business.
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2.4 DEPARTMENT OF TOURISM, HOSPITALITY AND HOTEL
MANAGEMENT
FACULTY
Honrary Director
S.M. Verma, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
1. Parminder Singh Dhillon
2. Hardaman Singh Bhinder
3. Shefali Saini
4. Sumina Bhatia
Instructor
1. Ramandeep Singh Cheema
2. Sandeep Kaur
Supervisor Bakery Lab.
Gurvinder Singh
COURSES
1. B. Sc. Hospitality & Hotel Management
2. B. Sc. Airlines, Tourism and Hospitality Management
Pre-requisite: A level in any stream with 45 % marks.
3. PG Diploma in Hospitality & Hotel Administration (1 Year & 2-semesters)
4. Short Term Courses (Duration Six Months)
a) Certificate Course in Cookery
Pre-requisite: A level in any stream with 45 % marks.
b) Certificate Course in Bakery and Confectionary
Pre-requisite: A level in any stream with 45 % marks.
c) Certificate Course in Front Desk and Room Management
Pre-requisite: A level in any stream with 45 % marks.
d) Stewards Certificate Course
Pre-requisite: A level in any stream with 45 % marks.
Department of Tourism, Hospitality and Hotel Management established in 2010 with a
vision of a world class Hotel Management training centre with state of the art facilities and
the best mentors for students in the field of Hospitality is all set to offer students Global
perspectives and prepare them to face challenges in Hospitality and Tourism sectors. The
Department can boast of its exclusivity in Food & Beverage Production. The Department is
being developed and managed by the individuals who have had industry experience in Five
Star Hotels. The objective of the Department is to impart students with latest Hospitality
knowledge, skills, concepts and management teachings to make them productive and
professional for teaching up leadership positions in Hospitality & Tourism sector all over
the world. There is good scope of employment for the students in Star Hotels and Tourism
industry which is the fastest growing industry today.
India is still deficit in providing accommodation in Five Star Hotels to international tourists
as such the demand for Hotel Management personnel will continue to increase. Moreover,
pass out students have the option to join Restaurants, Catering establishments, Hospitals,
Indian Railways, Airlines and Cruise liners or can become successful entrepreneurs for
which adequate loan facilities exist.
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3. FACULTY OF EDUCATION AND INFORMATION SCIENCE
3.1 DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AND COMMUNITY SERVICE
FACULTY
Professors
1. Kirandeep Kaur., Ph.D. Head
2. Meenakshi Sharma, Ph.D.
3. Surinderjit Kaur Bawa, Ph.D.
Associate Professors
1. Kulwinder Singh, Ph.D.
2. Paramjit Kaur Sandhu, Ph.D.
3. Jasraj Kaur, Ph. D.
Assistant Professors
1. Jagpreet Kaur, Ph.D
2. Kuldip Singh, Ph.D
COURSES
1. M. A. Education (2 years)
Pre-requisite: B.A./B.Sc./B.Com./B.T./B.Ed. (50% Makrs)
2. M. Ed. (1 year)
Pre-requisite: B.Ed.with 55% marks.
Career Options: Teaching, Research.
3. M. Phil (1 year 6 months)
Pre-requisite: M.A. Education/M.Ed. (50% marks)
Career Options: Teaching, Research, Content Developer, Counsellor
About the Department:
The department of Education and Community Service was
started as a translation department in Oct. 7,1965. The purpose was to translate the
classical books of education in Punjabi. The Department translated 12 standard books
mostly by foreign authors.
In 1970 it was converted in to a full fledged teaching department and two year M.A.
Course in education was initiated. In the year 1975 the M. Phil course was started which
continued upto 1992 and has been restarted from the session 2008-09. One year M. Ed.
Course has also been started in the Department from the session 2005-06.
During the span of 45 years the department was able to produce standard books in
Punjabi language for all papers and courses of the B.A. three year degree course, B. Ed.,
M. Ed., M.A. (Education) and M. Phil. (Education).The department has the privilege of
organizing an international conference, seminars, orientation courses, summer institutes
and work shops. It has also brought a book containing abstracts of researches done in the
department.
3.2 DEPARTMENT OF JOURNALISM AND MASS COMMUNICATION
FACULTY
Professors
1. Navjit Singh Johal, Ph.D.
2. Harjinder Pal Singh Walia, Ph.D. Head
3. Narinder Singh Kapoor, (Media Consultant)
Assistant Professors
1. Happy Sidhu, Ph.D.
COURSES
1. *M. A. Journalism and Mass Communication (2 years)
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Pre-requisite: Graduation
Career Options: Advertising, Print Media, Radio, Television, Public Relations,
Photography, Videography Films Teaching, Research, Cyber Journalism.
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3.3 CENTRE FOR ADVANCED MEDIA STUDIES
FACULTY
Director
1. Gurmeet Singh Maan, Ph.D
Assistant Professor
1. Bhupinder Singh Batra, Ph.D
2. Amanpreet Randhawa,
3. Harjeet Singh,
Producer
1. Kanwaljit Singh, MJMC,
2. Charanjit Singh Chopra, B.E. (Electronics), MJMC
3. Jang Bahadur Singh, MMC
Teaching Associate
1. Inderpreet Kaur Ahluwalia, MJMC
COURSES
1.
M.A. (TV & Film Production) (2 years)
Pre-requisite: Graduation in any stream with 50% marks
2.
B. Tech. in TV, Film Production & Media Technology (Four years)
Pre-requisite: A Level in any stream with 50% marks.
Career options: Copywriters, Scriptwriters, Screenplay writers, Production Managers,
Still photographers, Videographers for Single and Multi-camera indoor and outdoor
shooting, Editors, TV news reporters & anchors, TV shows-hosts, Sound recordists,
Lighting experts, Documentary & Ad film makers, Art directors, Visualizers, Film
Directors, Technical directors, Production and programming heads, Panel producers,
Promo-producers, Output producers, Graphic artists.
3.
P.G. Diploma in Graphics, Animation and Special Effects
Pre-requisite: Graduation in any stream with 45% marks
4.
B.A. (Hons.) Journalism, Mass Communication & Media Technology (Three years)
5.
Pre-requisite: A Level in any stream with 50% marks.
Career options: Reporters and Sub-Editors for Print and Electronic Media,
Content Writers, Photojournalists, Media Managers, Documentary & Ad film
makers, Radio and TV Newsreaders, anchors and show-hosts, Graphic Artists,
Sound and Lighting designers, Public Relations and Corporate Communicators;
Copywriters, Visualisers and Ad designers and Campaign Managers.
Evening Three Month Certificate Courses
Pre-requisite: A Level
a) Certificate Course in Videography
b) Certificate Course in Video Editing
c) Certificate Course in Film Acting
The mediascape is changing at an unimaginably colossal speed with cross
commercial tendencies occupying the driver’s seat. Television, however, is still playing the
lead and Bollywood continues to edge out Hollywood in production volume by more than
three times. Both these Media have respelled and redefined the entire world of Mass
Communication, rolling out a webworld of uncanny activities, changing in the process the
entire arithmetic of economics and that of our cultural landscape. The Media industry is
witnessing a whopping 50 per cent growth rate, while the Indian entertainment industry,
comprising mainly Television and Cinema, is crossing Rs 50,000 crore-mark. With
opportunities in the Print Media now playing the elusive, Television channels on the other
hand are mushrooming without waiting for the apposite weather, with acute shortage of
skilled Media professionals worrying the owners and producers in Television and Film
industries, Advertising and PR Agencies.
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The vision of the students and their parents, on the other hand, is also changing at
not an unequal pace. They wouldn’t like to wait for three years to complete their
graduation after 12th standard and then find themselves at crossroads with fingers
crossed. They would rather look for better options to go in for a highly-productive
professional degree, potent of generating lucrative jobs in the fields of Engineering,
Medicine or Management. A new option, more valuable, more glittering and more gleaming,
nonetheless, has not been coming their way.
Considering all this, Punjabi University took the ‘exclusive initiative’ by evolving a
Centre for Advanced Media Studies (CAMS) to start new types of technical, professional,
advanced and specialized courses to befittingly train the students for a plethora of jobs
awaiting them in the glamourous Television and Film worlds. The thought turned into
action and took a practical form in shape of a four-year course of B.Tech. in Television,
Film Production and Media Technology in the year 2009.With a view to produce an
improved version of students for higher education, CAMS took another leap forward by
launching a three-year B.A. (Hons) Course in Journalism, Mass Communication and
Media Technology in 2011.
For all the above-mentioned courses, CAMS is arguably the most well equipped media
institute in the northern India. The infrastructure and facilities include• Fully equipped state-of-the art TV and Film studios with multi-camera set up, Latest
TV/Film compatible and all-digital workflow cameras, Dolly facilitated tripods
• Non-linear editing suite with Final Cut Pro, Audio mixers, Hi-Tech Production Control
Room, Teleprompter
• Apple iMac and Mac Pro equipped editing Lab.
• Complete Indoor & Outdoor Lighting equipment, Reflectors
• Cordless Voice Transmitters and microphones
• High-Resolution 16-Channel SD/HD Multiviewer System
• E-content development Hardware and Softwares
• XDCAM Camcorder and recorder
• Hi-end Multimedia Labs with latest softwares
• Well Stacked Library
• A state of the art community Radio Station is also coming up within CAMS premises
CAMS has signed an agreement with Communications Studies and Integrative
Media Departments of Wilkes University, Pennsylvania, the USA, which happens to be
one of the most prestigious universities of the United States.
Even before completion of their Degrees, the existing students of CAMS have
touched new heights. About 50 students of CAMS participated in the Delhi Commonwealth
Games as “Media Coordinators” and liaised with Journalists from across the world. They
have also participated in shooting of many Bollywood films as Production Assistants and
Assistant Directors. Recently 20 of CAMS students worked for over a month with the Unit
of Farhan Akhtar starrer film, ‘Bhag Milkha Bhag”, directed by Rakeysh Om Prakesh
Mehra. Also many students have done their Internship in the premium Production Houses
of Mumbai like “Red Chilies Entertainment” of Shahrukh Khan.
On Campus and Off Campus jobs, freelance assignments and other sources of
income are available for the deserving students.
A glimpse at our various courses and course contents would convince anyone to
feel enamoured about what CAMS intends to offer and about our intentions too to
excelsior on the happening path of professional media education. Moreover, our ultimate
goal is to prepare our students to ‘earn while they learn’ through different means and leave
none of the Media contours unfamiliar, unattended and unexplored for them to grab the
most lucrative jobs.
Opening itself to the vagaries of evolving New Media World Order, CAMS has
become quite a happening place, especially for those who feel captivated by the Media
game, that all it is about!
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3.4
DEPARTMENT OF LIBRARY AND INFORMATION SCIENCE
FACULTY
Professors
1. Jagtar Singh, Ph.D.
2. Trishanjit Kaur, Ph.D.
Associate Professor
1. Harinder Pal Singh Kalra, Ph.D. Head
Assistant Professor
1. Kiran Kathuria, Ph.D.
2. Navkiran Kaur, M.Lib.Sc.
3. Baljinder Kaur, Ph.D.
COURSES
1. M. Lib. & I.Sc. (1 Year)
Pre-requisite: B.Lib.Sc./B.Lib. I.Sc.
Career Options: Teaching, Research, Libraries.
2. B. Lib. & I.Sc. (1 year)
Pre-requisite: Graduate
Career Options: Teaching, Research, Libraries.
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3.5 DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION
FACULTY
Professor
1. Nishan Singh Deol, Ph. D.
Head
Assistant Professor
1. Amarpreet Singh, M.P. Ed.
2. Manoj Singh, M.P.Ed.
Yoga Instructor
1. Bishamber Singh, M.A. (Yoga)
3. Parwinder Singh, M.A. (Yoga)
COURSES
1. M.P. Ed. (2 years)
Pre-requisite: (a) B.P.Ed./B.P.E. (4 years) Degree from any Indian or Foreign
University/Institution with atleast 50% marks in aggregate; (b) the
candidate must be a position holder in Inter-College competition in any
game or athletic event from University or have participated in inter
university championship in University; (AIU listed games only) (c) every
candidate including NRI category shall be required to qualify the
Physical Efficiency Test.
Five additional seats shall be reserved for outstanding sports
persons. Outstanding sports persons must have secured at least 2nd
position at All India Inter-University Level in any game, athletic event.
They should also be eligible to participate in Inter-University
competitions for the session for which admission is sought.
Career Options: Teaching, Research, Sports Management, Gym Management
2. P.G. Diploma in Yoga (1 year)
Pre-requisite: (a) B.P.Ed./B.P.E. (4 years) Degree from any Indian or Foreign
University/B.A./ B.Sc, B.P.E. or any other equivalent bachelor degree.
Career
Options:
Teaching,
Research,
Health
Practitioners,
Sports
Rehabilitation.
3. Certificate Course in Yoga (3 month)
Pre-requisite: A level
Career Options: Teaching, Research, Health Practioners, Sports Rehabilitation.
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4. FACULTY OF ENGINEERING
4.1
UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING (UCoE)
FACULTY OF ENGINEERING PUNJABI UNIVERSITY, PATIALA
ENGINEERING DEPARTMENTS MAIN CAMPUS, PATIALA
PROGRAMMES OFFERED
B.Tech. (4 year)
1. Computer Science and Engineering (CSE)
2. Electronics and Communication Engineering (ECE)
3. Mechanical Engineering (ME)
4. Civil Engineering (CIVIL)
Pre-requisite: Passed out students of A Level or equivalent with Physics, Chemistry,
Mathematics and English subjects, will be admitted
Five Years Engineering Management Integrated Programme in ECE, CSE, ME &
CIVIL.
There are 25 seats in each of branches (CSE, ECE, ME, CIVIL) for this programme. For the
first four years, the students will study in Punjabi University, Main Campus, Patiala in
this programme. In their fifth/final year, the students will study at Wilkes University, PA,
USA. For this year, fee will be charged as per Wilkes University rules & regulations
applicable at that time. It will be student’s responsibility to get the visa and other
clearances for studying in USA. In case visa to student is denied by US embassy or due to
other justifiable reasons (accepted by university) the student could not study at Wilkes
University, then student will complete his/her final year at Punjabi University main
campus.
Eligibility:- The candidates seeking admission under above programme in this course
must have qualified A Level (Non-medical Science Group) with minimum 60% (55% for
SC/ST & disabled persons categories) marks.
M.Tech. (CE/ECE/ME):
(Duration of Course: Regular-2 years and Part time- 3 years)
1. Computer Engineering (CE)
2. Electronics and Communication Engineering (ECE)
3. Mechanical Engineering (ME)
Eligibility:- The candidates seeking admission in M.Tech courses must have passed
B.E./B.Tech. in respective branch of engineering with 60% marks. For admission to
M.Tech. Mechanical Engineering course, candidate must have passed B.E./B.Tech. in
Mechanical/ Industrial/ Production/ Manufacturing/Material Science/ Aeronautical or
Automobile Engineering. For admission to M.Tech. in Electronics and Communication
Engineering candidate must have passed B.E./B.Tech. in Electronics & Communication
Engineering/ Electrical /Electronics/ Instrumentation & Control Engineering/Electrical &
Electronics Engineering. For admission to M.Tech. in Computer Engineering candidate
must have passed B.E./B.Tech. in Computer Science & Engineering/ Computer
Engineering/ Information Technology/ Information Communication Technology/ Software
Engineering or equivalent degree in Engineering.
FACULTY OF ENGINEERING
Department of Computer Engineering
Professors
1.
Lakhwinder Kaur, Ph.D., Head
2. Manpreet Singh, Ph.D.(on Leave)
3.
Amardeep Singh, Ph.D
4. Raman Maini, Ph.D.
5.
Himanshu Aggarwal, Ph.D.
Assistant Professors
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6.
Jagroop Kaur Joshan, M.Tech.
8.
Jaswinder Singh, M.Tech.
M.Tech.
10. Harmandeep Singh, M.Tech.
12. Jasvir Singh, M.Tech.
14. Rakesh Singh, M.Tech.
16. Gurjeet Singh Bhathal, M.Tech.
18. Amrit Kaur, M.Tech.
20. Navdeep Kanwal, M.Tech.
22. Sikander Singh, M.Tech.
24. Gaurav Deep, M.Tech.
26. Ram Singh, M.Tech.
28. Wiliamjeet Singh, M.Tech
30. Navpreet Kaur, M.Tech.
32. Priyanka Jaryal, M.Tech.
34. Karandeep Singh, M.Tech.
36. Navjot Kaur, M.Tech.
38. Nellofer Sohi, M.Tech.
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7.
9.
Harpreet Kaur, M.Tech.
Kanwal Preet Singh Attwal,
11.
13.
15.
17.
19.
21.
23.
25.
27.
29.
31.
33.
35.
37.
Madan Lal, M.Tech.
Nirvair Neeru, M.Tech.
Bharamleen Kaur Sidhu, .Tech.
Anantdeep, M.Tech.
Lal Chand, M.Tech.
Navdeep Singh, M.Tech.
Abhnav Bhandari, M.Tech.
Gaurav Gupta, M.Tech.
Sumandeep Kaur, M.Tech.
Dhavlish Rattan, M.Tech
Navroz Kuar, M.Tech.
Supreet Kaur Gill, M.Tech.
Charanjeev singh saroa, .Tech.
Navneet Kaur, M.Tech.
Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering
Professors
1.
Manjeet Singh Patterh, Ph.D., Head
2. Gurmeet Kaur, Ph.D.
3.
Manjit Singh Bhamrah, Ph.D.
Associate Professors
4.
Kulwinder Singh, M. Tech.
5.
Ranjit Kaur, Ph.D.,
Assistant Professors
6.
Charanjit Singh, Ph.D.
7. Amrit Kaur, M.Tech.
8.
Sonia Goyal, M.E.
9. Amandeep Singh Sappal, Ph.D.
10. Deepak Saini, M. Tech.
11. Gautam Kaushal, M.Tech.
12. Harjinder Singh, M.Tech.
13. Amandeep Kaur, M.Tech.
14. Harmanjot Singh, M.Tech.
15. Simranjit Singh Tiwana, .Tech.
16. Rajbir Kaur, M.Tech.
17. Lovkesh, M.Tech.
18. Ramandeep Kaur, M.Tech.
19. Mandeep Kaur, M.Tech.
20. Karamjit Kaur, M.Tech.
21. Dipti Bansal, M.Tech.
22. Bhawna Utreja, M.Tech.
23. Pankaj Mohindru, Ph.D.
24. Amandeep Kaur Brar, M.Tech.
25. Reecha Sharma, M.Tech.
26. Simranjit Singh, M.Tech.
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Professors
1.
Jaimal Singh Khamba, Ph.D., Head
3.
Vinay Kumar Gupta, Ph.D.
Associate Professors
4.
Balraj Singh Saini, Ph.D.
6.
Jasminder Singh, Ph.D.
Assistant Professors
8.
Kanwarpreet Singh, Ph.D.
10. Harwinder Singh, M.Tech.
12. Gurpreet Singh, Ph.D.
14. Yonus Muhammad, M.Tech.
16. Chandan Deep Singh, M.Tech.
18. Talwinder Singh, M.Tech.
20. Rajdeep Singh, M.Tech.
22. Kulbir Singh Sandhu, M.Tech.
24. Dharampal Deepak, Ph.D.
Department of Basic & Applied Sciences
Professors
1.
Sanjiv Puri, Ph.D., Head
Assistant Professors
2.
Rakesh Kumar, Ph.D.
4.
Anup Thakur, Ph.D.
Long Leave
6.
Ravi Singla, Ph.D.
8.
Heena Atwal, M.B.A.
10. Kanchan, M.A.
12. Raminder Kaur, Ph.D.
14. Isha Mudahar, Ph.D.
16. Mohinder Singh, M. Sc.
18. Garima Goel, M.Sc.
20. Nidhi Gupta, Ph.D.
22. Amrinder Pal Singh, M.Sc.
24. Ms. Sudesh Kumari, M. Sc.
26. Ms. Rajmohinder Kaur, Ph.D.
Department of Civil Engineering
Assistant Professors
1.
Gurpreet Singh Dhanoa, Ph.D, Incharge
3.
Rajiv Chauhan, Ph.D.
5.
Karanbir Singh Randhawa, M.Tech.
7.
Anhad Singh Gill, M.Tech.
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2.
Inderpreet Singh Ahuja, Ph.D.
5.
7.
Chanpreet Singh, Ph.D.
Vinod Verma, Ph.D.
9.
11.
13.
15.
17.
19.
21.
23.
25.
Prahlad Garg, M.Tech.
Rajinder Singh, M.Tech.
Sukhjinder Singh, M.Tech.
Lakshmi Shankar, M.Tech.
Davinder Singh, M.Tech.
Roshan Lal Virdi, M.Tech.
Baljinder Ram, M.Tech.
Khushdeep Goyal, M.Tech.
Hemant Kumar, M.Tech.
3.
5.
Parveen Lata, M.Sc. M. Phill
Sanjeev Kumar, Ph.D. – on
7.
9.
11.
13.
15.
17.
19.
21.
23.
25.
Baldeep Singh, Ph.D.
Jyoti Puri, M.A. M. Phill
Jasleen Kaur, M.B.A.
Sukhpal Singh, Ph.D.
Jasmine Kaur, M.A.
Ella Mittal, M.B.A.
Reetu, M.Sc. M. Phill
Arifa Shaheen, Ph.D.
Dr. Ritu Bala, Ph.D.
Dr. Anil Kumar, Ph.D.
2.
4.
6.
8.
Maninder Singh, Ph.D.
Kunal Jain, Ph.D.
Gurpreet Singh Sidhu, M.Tech.
Gurpreet Singh Kheira, M.Tech.
Engineering departments are formed from University College of Engineering during
September 2013. University College of Engineering (UCoE) at Punjabi University Campus,
Patiala came into existence in the year 2003. About its existence, the senior faculty of the
University, technical experts and the Vice-Chancellor seriously deliberated upon the need
of quality education in the field of Engineering and Technology in the state of Punjab.
Punjabi University has already shown a remarkable growth and excellence in the various
fields over the last 48 years. The increasing need of technical education was kept in view
and University decided to use its potential for enriching the aspiring students with quality
technical education in the state of Punjab. Overwhelming response from the people was
witnessed during the last counseling sessions conducted by Punjab Technical University,
Jalandhar. This exhibits the tremendous faith that have in promising growth and the
capability the people of Punjab of Punjabi University, Patiala.
The University, on its part, has drawn up a master plan to be executed in three
phases to provide technical education in the basic and specialized fields in the times to
come. Initially, three branches of B.Tech. (CE, ECE, ME) degree had been offered in the
first phase. While the second phase, regular M.Tech. (ECE, CE, ME) with 30 seats in each
courses have been started from year 2009. In third phase (year 2011), B.Tech. Civil
Engineering with (180 seats) and Part time M.Tech. (ECE, CE, ME) with 60 seats in each
branch were introduced. In addition, 35 seats have also been enhanced in each regular
M.Tech. (ECE, CE, ME). In future, new programms in Engineering & Technology planned
to be introduced. The fourth phase would include the further expansion and emphasis in
the research work. It also has establishment a separate research and development centre
with collaboration and active participation of the industry which suggests ways and means
for overall growth of the industry in the region.
Till date more than 35 laboratories as per the curriculum has been developed. Also,
the Institute has a well-equipped workshop with the modern and latest equipment.
The curriculum is updated frequently as per the changing needs of the industry
and technology advancements. It encourages flexibility by promoting inter - disciplinary
approach that would provide flexibility for promoting inter-disciplinary approach. The
hostel facility for boys & girls is available but with limited occupancy.
Engineering departmens provide opportunities and encourages its students to
participate in the extra-curricular activities such as NCC, NSS, youth welfare and cultural
programmes, debates, technical festival, sports etc. Their interaction with the other
students of the University in such programmes also contributes towards their overall
personality development.
A constant active interaction with the industry is promoted by inviting technical
experts from the industrial houses and holding regular extension lectures. There are
frequent visits of the students to the industry, assigning the field/project work to the
students and organizing workshops and seminars on various specific themes.
A central placement cell has been established by the Punjabi University for
arranging the training and final placement of its students. The cell is in constant touch
with the industrial houses and is entrusted with the responsibility of arranging on & off
campus interviews of its students with the executives of the industry. University also
projects its students by highlighting their achievements and potential for delivering goods
as per the requirements of the industry. Many Companies including Infosys, TCS, Tech
Mahindra, Osram Lighting (R & D), Birlasoft, Emmerson, (ITS), Quark, Satyam, HCL,
Comnet, Siemens, Wipro, Cannon, Idea Cellular, Polaris Software, Infogain, Accenture,
Newgen, JohnDeere etc. have visited the University Campus and recruited a large number
of B.Tech. and M.Tech. students over the past few years.
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5. FACULTY OF LANGUAGES
5.1 DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH
FACULTY
Professors
1. Rabinder Powar, Ph.D. Head
2. Rupinder Kaur, Ph.D.
3. Rajesh Kumar, Ph.D.
4. G.R. Kataria, Ph.D. Re-employed
5. Manjit Inder Singh, Ph.D. Re-employed
Associate Professors
2. Jaspreet Mander, Ph. D.
COURSES
1. M.A. (2 years)
Pre-requisite: B.A. with English Literature.
Career Options: Teaching, Research, Civil Services, Media, English Language
Skills.
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5.2 DEPARTMENT OF FOREIGN LANGUAGES
FACULTY
Head: Dean, Faculty of Languages
Assistant Professors
1. Mayank Anand, M.A. (French). (Incharge)
2. Pratibha J.S. Sharma, M. Phil., (German), Re-employed
COURSES
1. Certificate in Spanish/Chinese/German/French/Russian (1 year)
Pre-requisite: O Level
2. Diploma in Chinese/Russian/French/German (1 year)
Pre-requisite: Certificate in respective language
3. Advance Diploma in French & German (1 year)
Pre-requisite: Diploma in French & German.
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5.3 DEPARTMENT OF HINDI
FACULTY
Professors
1. Ravi Kumar, Ph.D.
2. Sukhwinder Kaur Bath,Ph.D., D.Litt. Head
Assistant Professors
1. Neetu Kaushal, Ph.D.
2. Ravi Datt, Ph.D.
3. Rajni, Ph.D.
COURSES
1. M.A. Hindi (2 years)
Pre-requisite: B.A. with Hindi or Prabhakar.
Career Options: Teaching & Research
2. P.G. Diploma in Hindi Journalism (1 year)
Pre-requisite: B.A. with Hindi Literature
Career Options: Teaching & Research
3. P.G. Diploma in Translation (1 year)
(Hindi to English & English to Hindi and Hindi to Punjabi)
Pre-requisite: B.A. with 50% Marks
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5.4
DEPARTMENT
LEXICOGRAPHY
OF
LINGUISTICS
AND
PUNJABI
FACULTY
Professor
1. Joga Singh, Ph.D.
Associate Professor
1. Suman Preet, Ph.D. Head
Asistant Professors
1. Gurbax Singh, M. Phil.
2. Chirag Din (Anwar Chirag), Ph.D.
3. Devinder Singh, Ph.D.
4. Parmjeet Kaur Bedi, Ph. D.
5. Gurjant Singh, Ph.D.
COURSES
1. M.A. (2 years) Anthropological Linguistics and Punjabi Language
Pre-requisite: Graduate
Career Options: Language teaching, Research. Language Technologies,
Communication studies, Cultural Studies
2. Diploma in Punjabi as a foreign/second language (1 year)
3. Crash Course in Punjabi (3 months)
Pre-requisite: Candidate for these course should be of foreign origin/non-native
speaker of Punjabi language.
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5.5 DEPARTMENT OF PERSIAN, URDU AND ARABIC
FACULTY
Professor
1. Nashir Naqvi, Ph.D.
2. Mohammad Zamil, Ph.D. Head
Associate Professor
1. Rehman Akhtar, Ph.D.
COURSES
1. M.A. Persian (2 years)
Pre-requisite: B.A. with 50% Marks or M.A. pass in any subject.
Carrer Options: Teaching, Research.
2. M.A. Urdu (2 years)
Pre-requisite: B.A. with 50% Marks or M.A. pass in any subject.
Carrer Options: Teaching, Research.
3. Diploma in Persian (1 year)
Pre-requisite: A Level or Certificate Course in Persian/Urdu/Matriculation with
Persian as one of the subjects. Students registered for Ph. D. in
Punjabi are directly eligible for admission to this course.
4. Diploma in Urdu (1 year)
Pre-requisite: Certificate Course in Urdu/Matriculation with Urdu.
5. Certificate Course in Urdu, Arabic, Persian (1 Year)
Pre-requisite: O Level
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5.6 DEPARTMENT OF PUNJABI
FACULTY
Professors
1. Jaswinder Singh, Ph.D.
2. Satish Kumar Verma, Ph.D.
3. Baldev Singh Cheema, Ph.D.
4. Rajinder Pal Singh, Ph.D.
Associate Professors
1. Surjit Singh, Ph.D.
2. Charanjit Kaur, Ph.D.
3. Jasvinder Singh Saini, Ph.D.
4. Lakhvir Singh, M.Phil. Head
Assistant Professors
1. Gurmukh Singh, Ph.D.
2. Rajwant Kaur Punjabi, Ph.D.
3. Gursewak Singh, CA
4. Rajwinder Singh, Ph.D.
COURSES
1. M.A. Punjabi (2 years)
Pre-requisite: B.A. with Punjabi Literature (Elective)/Gyani
2. M.A. Punjabi (Hons.) (2 years)
Pre-requisite: B.A. Hons. School Course in Punjabi (3 years course) or B.A.
with Punjabi Literature (Elective).
Career Options: Teaching, Research.
3. B.A. Hons. School (3 years)
Pre-requisite: A Level
4. Punjabi Praveshka (1year) Punjabi Matric Level (Evening Course)
Pre-requisite: A Level.
5. Elementary Course in Punjabi (Six Months)
(For Foreign Students pursuing Ph.D.)
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5.7 DEPARTMENT OF SANSKRIT AND PALI
FACULTY
Head: Dean, Faculty of Languages
Professors
1. Inder Mohan Singh, Ph.D. Re-employed
2. Sharan Kaur, Ph.D. Re-employed
Assistant Professors
1. Varinder Kumar, Ph.D.
2. Pushpinder Joshi, M.A.
COURSES
1. M.A. Sanskrit (2 years)
Pre-requisite: B.A. with Sanskrit/Shastri
Career Options: Teaching, Research.
2. Certificate Course in Sanskrit & Pali
Pre-requisite: O Level
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6.
FACULTY OF LAW
6.1. DEPARTMENT OF LAW, PUNJABI UNIVERSITY, PATIALA
FACULTY
Professors
1. Pushpinder Kaur Dhillon, Ph.D.,
Head
2. Manjit Singh Nijjar, Ph.D.
Incharge (Evening Shift)
3. Ravi Karan Singh, LL. D.
Re-employed
4. Harpal Kaur Khehra, Ph.D.
Re-employed
5. Sukhdarshan Singh Khehra, Ph.D. Re-employed
Associate Professors
1. Gurpreet Pannu, Ph.D.
2. Monica Chawla, Ph.D.
3. Amita Kaushal, Ph.D.
4. Devinder Kumar Singla, Ph.D.
Assistant Professors
1. Bhupinder Singh Virk, Ph.D.
2. Monika Ahuja, Ph. D.
3. Charanjiv Singh, Ph.D.
4. Rajdeep Singh, Ph.D. (Adhoc)
COURSES
1.
LL.B. (3 years)
Pre-requisite : Graduate/Post-graduate with 45% marks
Career Options: Private Legal Practice, Judicial/Civil Services/ILS Corporate Sector.
2. LL.B. (3 years) Evening Classes
Pre-requisite: Graduate/Post-graduate with 45% marks
Career Options: Legal Practice, Judicial/Civil Services.
3. LL.M. (2 years)
Pre-requisite : LL.B. (3 yrs/5 yrs course) with 55% marks or LL.B. (2yrs. course)
with 55% marks and eligible to enroll as an advocate separately.
Career Options: Teaching, Research, Judicial/Civil Services/ILS/Public and Private
Corporate Sector.
4. LL.M. (One year) Evening Classes
Pre-requisite : LL.B. (3 yrs/5 yrs course) with 55% marks or LL.B. (2yrs. course)
with 55% marks and eligible to enroll as an advocate separately.
Career Options: Teaching, Research, Judicial/Civil Services/ILS/Public and Private
Corporate Sector.
The Department of Law, which was established in 1965, has played a significant role in providing
legal education in the region. A large number of judicial officers in the State of Punjab and Haryana
are former students of this Department. The Department runs three-year LL.B. course in the
morning and evening shifts apart from running LL.M. course and providing research facilities for the
degree of Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.). The students of LL.B. are trained in practical work by
engaging them in moot courts and attaching them with practising lawyers.
The visits to the courts to watch the law in action is an integral part of their syllabi. The
endeavour of the department is to impart knowledge in various laws. To keep pace with the present
times the syllabi are continuously being updated and new areas like Human Right, Environmental
Law, Cyber Law and Intellectual . The major areas of thrust in research are criminal law,
constitutional law, international law and family law. Property Law has been included for studies. The
vision of the law department is to make legal education as instrument of social, political and
economic changes. The department is committed to preparing lawyers who will not only be
professionally competent, technically sound and socially relevant to enter the bar and bench but also
be equipped with addressing the imperatives of the new world and uphold the rule of law. The
department has state of the arts infrastructure and talent facilities for learning and research at its
Punjabi University campus.
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6.2. PUNJAB SCHOOL OF LAW, PUNJABI UNIVERSITY, PATIALA
FACULTY
Professor
1. Paramjeet Singh, Ph.D. (Re-employed)
Associate Professor
1. Varinder Kumar Kaushik, Ph.D., Head
Assistant Professors
1. Sarita Jand, Ph. D.
2. Yashwinder Kaur, Ph.D.
COURSES
1. B.A. LL.B. (5 yrs Law degree course)
Pre-requisite: A Level with 45% marks
4. LL.M. (One Year Course)
Pre-requisite: LL.B. (3 yrs/5 yrs course) with 55% marks or LL.B. (2yrs. course)
with 55% marks and eligible to enroll as an advocate separately.
Career Options: Teaching, Research, Judicial/Civil Services/ILS/Public and Private
Corporate Sector.
Punjabi University, Patiala has established Punjab School of Law at its campus. The
Punjab School of Law admits 60 students in its Five-Year Degree Course through State
Level Combined Entrance Test. This course is open for admission to the students who
have passed A Level examination, as per prescribed eligibility conditions.
Establishment of Punjab School of Law is the result of visionary idea conceived by
University management In view of globalization and liberalization of economic policies,
there is great demand on the legal profession to be able to provide competent legal services
of the highest order in diverse fields. In the present scenario, significance of legal
education is not limited to dispute resolution, but it also extends to its application for
growth and development of society. There is also a need to develop responsive attitude and
sensitiveness towards law to achieve all-round growth and secure ends of justice.
The Punjab School of Law lays emphasis on both teaching as well as training the
students in the legal profession. The school has adopted the methodology of intensive and
extensive class room teaching, involving active participation of the students. This is
supplemented by clinical legal work like, participation in seminars, working on assigned
projects, client counseling, brief preparation, moot court presentation, court visits etc. The
objective of the course is to enable the students to join legal profession as lawyers,
prosecutors, law firms, organisations or to compete for civil services. The Punjab School of
Law is committed to recruit highly qualified and best suited faculty for imparting legal
education to its students.
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7. FACULTY OF LIFE SCIENCES
7.1 DEPARTMENT OF BIOTECHNOLOGY
FACULTY
Professors
1. Aruna Bhatia, Ph.D.
2. Neelam Verma, Ph.D.
3. Parveen Pal Balgir, Ph.D.
4. Ram Sarup Singh, Ph.D.
Associate Professor
1. Munish Puri, Ph.D. Head
Assistant Professors
1. Minni Singh, Ph.D.
2. Seema Garcha, Ph.D.
3. Baljinder Kaur, Ph.D.
4. Balwinder Singh, Ph.D.
5. Ranjita Bahri, M.Sc. (Adhoc)
COURSES
1. M.Sc. Hon’s (Bio-Technology) (2 years)
2. M.Sc. Hon’s (Microbial & Food Technology) (2 years)
Pre-requisite: B.Sc. in the Faculty of Life Sciences/ Biological/ Medical/
Engineering/ Food/
Agriculture/ Home Science or B.Sc. with any
of the three subjects, Mathematics/ Statistics, Physics, Chemistry,
Biology.
Thrust Areas: Industrial Bio-technology, Food Technology.
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7.2 DEPARTMENT OF BOTANY
FACULTY
Professor Emeritus and Life Fellow
S.S. Bir, Ph.D.
Professors
1. R.C. Gupta, Ph.D.
2. N.S. Atri, M.Phil., Ph.D.
3. M.I.S. Saggoo, M.Phil.,Ph.D.
4. V.K. Singhal, Ph.D.
5. Gurpal Singh, Ph.D.
6. Amarjit Singh, Ph.D.
7. Jasvir Inder Singh, Ph.D.
Associate Professors
1. Munruchi Kaur, Ph. D.
2. Devinder Pal Singh, Ph. D.
Assistant Professors
1. Manish Kapoor, Ph.D.
2. Geetika Sirhindi, Ph. D.
3. Arneet Grewal, Ph. D.
4. Avneet Pal Singh, Ph. D.
Reemployed
Head
Reemployed
Reemployed
COURSES
1. M.Sc. Botany (2 years)
Pre-requisite: B.Sc. with Botany or B.Sc. (Hons. School in Botany)
Career Options: Teaching, Research.
2. M.Sc. Hon's in Botany (FYIC)
Pre-requisite: A Level (Medical)
Career Options: Teaching, Research.
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7.3 DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN GENETICS
FACULTY
Professors
1. S.M.S. Chahal, Ph.D.
2. Promila Mehta, Ph.D.
3. Satbir Kaur, Ph.D.
Head
4. S.P. Singh, Ph.D. Re-Employed
Assistant Professors
1. Rupinder Kaur, Ph.D.
2. Rajinder Kaur, Ph.D.
3. Ginjinder Kaur, Ph.D.
4. Puneetpal Singh, Ph.D.
COURSES
1. M.Sc. Human Genetics (2 years)
Pre-requisite: B.Sc. with any of the following subjects: Botany, Zoology,
Chemistry, Anthropology, Anatomy, Physiology, Micro-Biology, BioChemistry, Human Genetics, Bio-informatics.
Career Options: Teaching, Research.
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7.4
DEPARTMENT OF ZOOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES
FACULTY
Professor of Eminence
S.S. Dhillon, Ph.D. (Retired Professor)
Professors
1. Devinder Singh, Ph.D.
2. Jagbir Singh, Ph.D.
Head
3. Harbhajan Kaur, Ph.D.
4. Suman Sharma, Ph.D.
5. Shashi Aggarwal, Ph.D.
Associate Professors
1. Surinder Pal Kaur, Ph.D. (LWP 15-5-2014)
Assistant Professors
1. Navpreet Kaur Gill, Ph.D.
2. Harpreet Kaur, Ph.D.
3. Himender Bharti, Ph.D.
4. Gurinder Kaur Walia, Ph.D.
5. Onkar Singh Brraich, Ph.D.
6. Amritpal Singh, Ph.D.
7. Madhu Bala, Ph.D.
COURSES
1. M.Sc. Zoology (2 years)
Pre-requisite: B.Sc. with Zoology or B.Sc. (Hons. School in Zoology) or B.Sc.
(Industrial fish and fisheries) with Zoology as one of the subjects.
Career Options: Teaching, Research.
2. M.Sc. Environmental Sciences (2 years)
Pre-requisite: Graduation with one subject of Biological Sciences.
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8. FACULTY OF MEDICINE
8.1
DEPARTMENT OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES AND DRUG
RESEARCH
FACULTY
Professors
1. A.K. Tiwari, Ph.D.
2. Pawan Krishan, Ph.D. Head
3. Rajesh Kumar Goel, Ph.D.
Associate Professor
1. Richa Shri, Ph.D.
2. Gurpreet Kaur, Ph.D
3. Nirmal Singh, Ph. D.
4. Gulshan Bansal, Ph. D.
Assistant Professors
1. Dimple Sethi, M.Pharm.
2. Dhandeep Singh, M. Pharm.
3. Kanchan Vohra, M. Pharm.
4. Om Silakari, Ph. D.
5. Yogita Bansal, M. Pharm.
6. Amteshwar Singh Jaggi, M. Pharm.
7. Vikas Rana, Ph. D.
8. Bharti Sapra, Ph. D.
9. Suresh Kumar, Ph. D.
10. Gagan Preet Kaur, M. Pharm.
11. Gurinderdeep Singh
1. Subheet Kumar Jain, Ph. D. (LWP)
COURSES
1. B. Pharm. (4 years)*
Pre-requisite : A Level (with 50% marks in the four compulsory subjects i.e.
Chemistry,
Physics, Biology, Mathematics and English taken together or
equivalent examination) The
candidate shall complete the age of 17 years on or
before 31st December of the year of
admission.
2. M. Pharm. (2 years)
Pre-requisite : B. Pharm. (minimum 55 %)
*
Admission to B.Pharma programme is based on the merit of A level examination.
The merit shall be calculated onthe basis of marks obtained in Physics, Chemistry,
Biology/Mathematics and English taken together.
M. Pharma. Admission Two year course of M. Pharm. is being conducted by the
department in the following specializations:
1. Pharmacology
2. Pharmaceutics
3. Pharmaceutical Chemistry 4. Pharmacy Practice
5. Pharmacognosy
ELIGIBILITY
1. There will be no entrance test for admission to M. Pharm.
2. The admission shall be open to candidates who have qualified B. Pharm.
examination from a recognized university/board /institution with minimum 55%
marks in aggregate.
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8. 2
DEPARTMENT OF PHYSIOTHERAPY
(Recognised by Indian Association of Physiotherapists)
FACULTY
Professor
1. Narinder Kaur Multani, Ph.D
Associate Professors
1. A. G. K. Sinha, Ph.D
2. Narkeesh Arumugam, Ph.D
Head
Assistant Professors
1. Sonia Singh, MPT (Orthopedics)
2. Sandeep Singh, MPT (Neuro)
3. Jayraman G, MPT (Cardio)
Clinical Physiotherapists
1. Kanimozi A., M.P.T (Orthopedics)
2. Balwinder Kaur Lamba, B.P.T.
3. Vavita Rani
4. Pragya MPT (Ortho)
5. Nanky Bhalla MPT (Neuro)
COURSES
1.
Bachelor of Physiotherapy (B.P.T.4½ years)
Pre-requisite: A Level Medical (with 50% marks in four compulsory subjects
i.e. Chemistry,
Physics, Biology and English.
2.
Master of Physiotherapy (2 years)
Pre-requisite:
BPT
with
50%
marks
from
recognised
university/board/institution.
Physiotherapy is a branch of health sciences that deals with correction and prevention
of movement dysfunction. Physiotherapists are the healthcare professionals who restore
mobility, alleviate pain related to movement dysfunction and play a key role in the
prevention and rehabilitation of locomotor disabilities.
The genesis of modern Physiotherapy is a post world war phenomenon. The wartime
experience of medical teams involved in care of injured soldiers and the polio epidemic in
the 1940s, primarily contributed to the medical use and acceptance of Physiotherapy
practice. It was realised by the core medical experts that the Physiotherapy has the
potential to add to the benefit of patients, which cannot be achieved by drugs or surgery
alone. Several Physiotherapy schools were started in the western countries and the
physiotherapists got a professional status within the modern healthcare system.
In India undoubtedly there exists a great need for the quality Physiotherapy services.
The primary role of Physiotherapy is the prevention and correction of locomotor disability.
It works towards keeping the mobility power of an individual intact. There are several
medical conditions having potential to make a person locomotor disabled. In those
conditions along with the medical treatment the Physiotherapy plays a crucial role in the
functional restoration of the patients. The government of India’s national policy on the
prevention of disability recognizes the physiotherapist as core member of the team involved
in the prevention and management of locomotor disability.
About the Department
The Department of Physiotherapy at Punjabi University, Patiala came to independent
existence since 2008. It has some of the highest qualified Physiotherapy Professionals in
the country in its faculty. The mission of Physiotherapy Department is to create human
resources in Physiotherapy by imparting quality education.
Department runs two regular courses i.e. Bachelor of Physiotherapy(BPT) and Master
of Physiotherapy ( MPT) in four specializations i.e. Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy,
Neurophysiotherapy, Cardiopulmonary Physiotherapy and Sports Physiotherapy.
Department of Physiotherapy of Punjabi University is among one of those few universities
of India that offers Ph.D. Program in Physiotherapy.
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Facilities
Out Patient Department
In order to meet the requirement of clinical material for teaching and research the
Department runs three Out Patient Department (O.P.D). The main O.P.D is located in the
Health Centre of University where 60-70 Patients receive treatment everyday. Its extension
center Geriatric Physiotherapy Clinic at Model town, Patiala Provides Specialized care to
the elderly Population of the city. The Sports Physiotherapy clinic caters to the specific
need of sports persons of the university. In all these clinics the services are provided by the
highly qualified Physiotherapy experts. These clinics are equipped with ultra modern
gadgetry like SWD, MWD unit, Combo-therapy, Interferential Therapy Unit, Therapeutic
Ultrasound, Traction, Infra red, Moist heat, Whirlpool Laser therapy unit, Cryotherapy,
Hydrotherapy, etc.
Clinical attachments
Department has collaboration with renowned hospitals of Patiala city for clinical
training of the students. This department has a mobile van for community Physiotherapy
and mobile extension services.
Laboratories
Teaching lab
The Department has following teaching labs
1. Anatomy lab
2. Physiology lab
3. Electrotherapy lab
4. Exercise Therapy lab
5. Clinical Psychology lab
6. Computer Lab.
Research lab
The research lab of the department is equipped with state of the art Electromyography
(EMG),Nerve Conduction Velocity (NCV) and Electrocardiography(ECG), computerised
spirometry , bone mineral density evaluation , foot pressure assessment , physical fitness
evaluation equipments .
Staff
The Department has in its faculty some of the highest qualified Physiotherapy
professionals in the country. Books authored by the faculties of this Department have
become the standard text book of the various universities. The staff and students of the
Department are actively engaged in the research work in all branches of Physiotherapy.
Their research output is being published in the reputed national and international
Journals. By virtue of their research contribution, all the faculty members have earned
recognition in their respective areas of specialization. They are invited from all over the
country as resource persons, chairpersons of scientific sessions and delivering lectures in
national and international conferences.
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8. 3 DEPARTMENT OF SPORTS SCIENCE
FACULTY
Head: Dean, Faculty of Medicine
Associate Professor
1. Paramvir Singh , Ph.D. (Incharge)
Assistant Professors
1. Ajita, Ph.D.
2. Ashok Kumar, M. Sc. Ph.D.
3. Anuradha Lehri, Ph.D
4. Harish Kumar, Ph.D.
5. Amarjot Kaur (Adhoc)
COURSES
1. M.Sc. Sport Science (2 years)
Pre-requisite: B.Sc. (Medical/Non Medical)/Home Science/Physical Education
& Sports Science or Bachelor Degree with one of the following
subjects: Physiology of Exercise, Kinesiology, Bio-Mechanics, Human
Anatomy, Human Physiology, Human Biology, Bio-Chemistry, BioPhysics, Nutrition & Diet Therapy, Child Development & Family
Relations , Graduate with D.P.Ed. or B.P.Ed
Career Options: Teaching, Research, Sports Science.
3. Post Graduate Diploma in Health Fitness Trainer (One year)
Pre-requisite: Graduation in any discipline with 50% marks in the aggregate
form the University
or any other statutory University.
4. Post Graduate Diploma in Child Care and Skill Development (One year)
Pre-requisite: Graduation in any discipline with 50% marks in the aggregate
forms the University or any other statutory University.
or
Post-graduation in any discipline with 50% marks in the aggregate
form the University or any other statutory University.
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9.
FACULTY OF PHYSICAL SCIENCES
9.1 DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY
FACULTY
Professor
1. Baldev Singh, Ph.D.
2. Balbir Kaur, Ph.D.
Head
3. Raman K. Verma, Ph.D.
4. Nathu Ram, Ph.D. Re employed
5. Ashok Kumar Malik,Ph.D.
Assistant Professors
1. Jaspreet Singh, Ph.D.
2. Baljit Singh, Ph.D.
3. Usha Gupta, Ph.D.
4. Mohd. Yusuf, Ph.D.
5. Manisha Bansal, Ph.D.
6. Jatinder Singh Aulakh, M. Sc.
7. Harpreet Kaur, Ph.D.
8. Poonam Patyar, Ph.D.
9. Sushila Rani, M. Sc. (Adhoc)
10.Makhan Singh, Ph.D. Re employed
COURSES
1. M.Sc. Chemistry (2 years)
Pre-requisite: B.Sc. with Chemistry or B.Sc. (Hons. School) in Chemistry
Career Options: Teaching, Research and Industry.
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9.2
SCHOOL OF COMPUTER SCIENCE
FACULTY
Professors
1. Chandan Singh, Ph.D.
2. Gurpreet Singh Lehal, Ph.D.
3. Jyotsana Sengupta, Ph.D.
Associate Professors
1. Rajesh Kumar Bawa, Ph.D. Head
2. Neeraj Sharma, Ph.D.
Assistant Professors
1. Sukhjit Kaur, M. Tech.
3. Gagandeep Kaur, MCA
5. Vishal Goyal, Ph.D.
7. Maninder Singh, MCA
9. Rajneesh Randhawa, Ph.D.
2.
4.
6.
8.
10.
Dharamveer Sharma, Ph.D.
Amandeep Kaur, M. Tech.
Gurinder Pal Singh Gosal, MCA (Onleave)
Gurpreet Singh Joshan, Ph.D.
Amarveer Singh, M.Tech.
System Administrator
1. Arun Bansal, MCA
COURSES
1. *M. Tech. (CSE - Compter Science and Engineering) (2 years)
Eligibility: Master degree with minimum 55% marks or equivalent grade point in
Mathematics/Physics/Operations Research/Statistics/Computer Science/Electronics/
Instrumentation/ Chemistry/ Computer Applications (MCA) or Master of Science or
equivalent with minimum 55% marks in any branch or First Class Bachelor's Degree in
any branch of Engineering/ Technology/ Pharmacy/ Architecture from recognized
University/Institution.
2. M.Tech. (CSE Computer Science and Engineering) (Part Time) (3 years)
Eligibility: Master degree with minimum 55% marks (or equivalent Grade point) in
Mathematics/Physics/Operation
Research/
Statistics/Computer
Science/Electronics/Instrumentation, Chemistry/Computer Applications (MCA) or
Master of Science or equivalent with minimum 55% marks in any branch or first class
bachelor’s degree in any branch or Engineering/ Technology/ Pharmacy/ Architecture
from recognized University/Institution.
3. M. C.A. (3 years)
Eligibility: Candidate who have passed the Bachelor’s degree (A Level+3) in any
discipline of the statutory University with 50% marks for in aggregate 45% marks for
SC/ST and Physically handicapped with at least 40 % disability). The candidates must
have passed the senior secondary (A Level) or equivalent examination or higher degree
examination with Mathematics/Statistics/Business Mathematics/Business Statistics/
Quantitative Techniques or equivalent as compulsory optional/additional subject or
paper.
Career Options: Industry, Teaching, Government.
Thrust Areas: Gurmukhi-OCR, Punjabi Speech Synthesis, Pattern Recognition, Digital
Image Processing, Natural Language Processing, Parallel Computing and Information
Systems, Mobile Networks.
Founded in July 1987, the Department of Computer Science is a centre for research and
education at the post graduate level and one of the top computer science departments in North
India. The Department was one of the first departments in the region to start the 4-year B. Tech.
course in Computer Science in 1987. From the year 1991, the Department introduced Master of
Computer Applications (MCA) course. This is a 3-year post-graduate degree course. From the
academic year 1995-96, M. Tech. (CSE) in Computer Science and Engineering course was introduced
and four year B. Tech Course was shifted to University College of Engineering, Punjabi University,
Patiala, w.e.f. 2003-04 as B. Tech. (Computer Engineering). Keeping in view the rapid growth in
Internet applications, in particular, and the mobile and wireless communication technology, the
Department introduced a new course, M. Tech. (ICT) in Internet Communication Technology from the
academic year 2006-07. The department has so far trained around 455 B. Tech. students, 452 MCA
students 216 M. Tech. students and 9 Ph.D. scholars.
There is active involvement of students in research oriented development and education along
with the more traditional development of problem solving capabilities through classes and laboratory
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experiences. The department is also actively contributing in the placement of students by arranging
special classes for aptitude and soft skills.
The faculty of the Department is actively involved in various research projects and has bagged Rs.
3.30 crores of research grants from various international and national agencies in last four year. The
faculty members are also involved in high valued and highly technical software development in the
areas of Computer Graphics, Digital Image processing, OCR, Punjabi word Processing, Parallel
Computing and Information System.
The faculty of the Department has also published 10 books and 229 research papers in various
reputed International/National Journals and Proceedings of International/National Conferences.
Some of the reputed journals which have published the papers include Pattern Recognition
(Elsevier), Transactions of IEEE (PAMI), IJIG (world Scientific). Applied Mathematics and
Computation (Elsevier) IJCMA (Elsevier), etc. The Department’s faculty has international recognition
as evidenced by their invitations for doing collaborative research work and nominations to the
editorial board of journals.
In recognition to its academic and research activities, U.G.C. has brought the Department under
its Special Assistance programme (SAP-DRS) for a period of five years, w.e.f. April, 2004. Under this
programme, UGC has sanctioned a grant of 40.5 Lakh rupees for strengthening its research
academic and activities.
The Department has been extended DRS-I to DRS-II for a period of five years w.e.f. 01-04-2009 to
31-03-2014 and sanctioned a grant of Rs. 51 lakhs.
The Department has also been sponsored by Department of Science and Technology (DST) for
FIST (Level 1) program in 2006. A grant of rupees 25 Lakh has been sanctioned under the scheme
for strengthening the infrastructure of the Department for teaching and research purposes. All the
class rooms of the Department are Wi-Fi enabled and well equipped with LCD projectors.
It is the only Computer Science Department in the northern region to be covered with
under SAP and FIST programme in recognition of its research and academic activities.
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9. 3 DEPARTMENT
OF FORENSIC SCIENCE
FACULTY
Professors
1. R. K. Garg, Ph.D.
2. O.P. Jasuja, Ph.D. Head
3. Rakesh Mohan Sharma, Ph.D.
4. Mukesh Kumar, Ph.D.
Assistant Professors
1. Rajinder Singh, Ph.D.
2. Komal Saini, Ph.D.
3. Jaswinder Singh, M.Sc. (Contract Basis)
COURSES
1. M.Sc. Forensic Science (2 years)
Pre-requisite: B.Sc. with Chemistry as one of the major subjects for all the
three years and any two of the following subjects: Anthropology/
Biochemistery/ Bio-informatics/ Biotechnology / Botany/ Computer
Science/ Genetics/ Mathematics/ Microbiology/ Molecular Biology/
Physics/ Statistics/ Zoology/ MBBS/ BDS/ B.Pharm./ B.Tech./
B.Sc.(Forensic Science)
Career Options: Teaching, Research, Police, Forensic Laboratories,
Consultancy.
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9. 4 DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS
FACULTY
Professors
1. R.K. Nagaich, Ph.D. Head
2. Satayabir Singh, Ph.D.
Assistant Professors
1. Navpreet Singh Noori, Ph.D.
2. Shalini Gupta, Ph.D.
3. Anjana Khurana, Ph.D. (On leave)
4. Shally Arora, Ph.D.
5. Rajni Bala, M. Sc.
6. Mukhdeep Singh, M.Tech.
7. Arjan Singh, M.Tech.
8. Dev Prakash Singh, MBA, LLB
9. Jasleen Kaur, Ph.D.
10.Deepak Kumar, Ph.d.
11. Ruplai,
12 Sharandeep Singh (Contract)
COURSES
1. M.Sc. Mathematics (2 years)
Pre-requisite: B.A./B.Sc. with Mathematics or Hons. in Mathematics
Career Options: Teaching, Research.
2. M.Sc. Applied Mathematics and Computing (2 years)
Pre-requisite: B.A./B.Sc. with Mathematics or Hons. in Mathematics
Career Options: Teaching, Research & Industry.
3. B.Sc. Mathematics Computer Applications and Management (3 years)
Pre-requisite: A Level with Mathematics
Career Options: Computer and Management Industry, Teaching, Research.
4. B.Sc. Hon's School in Mathematics (3 years)
Pre-requisite: A Level with Mathematics
Career Options: Teaching, Research & Industry.
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9.5 DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS
FACULTY
Professor Emeritus
B.S. Sood, Ph.D.
Professors
1. Bhajan Singh, Ph.D.
2. Gurmel Singh, Ph.D.
3. Balvir Singh Sandhu, Ph.D.
4. Parjit Shamsher Singh, Ph.D.
5. Paramjit Singh Goraya, Ph.D.
6. Randhir Bahri, Ph.D.
7. Balwant Singh Salaria, Ph.D.
8. Vijay Kumar Mittal, Ph.D.
9. Harbhajan Singh Bhatti, Ph.D.
10.Darshan Singh, Ph.D.
11.Raj Mittal, Ph.D.
Head
Re-Employed
Re-Employed
Re-Employed
Re-Employed
Re-Employed
Re-Employed
Assistant Professors
1. Vinayak Garg, Ph.D.
2. Karamjeet Singh Dhaliwal, Ph.D.
3. Supreet Pal Singh, Ph.D.
4. Maninder Kaur, M.Sc.
2. Babita Rani, M.Sc.
COURSES
1. M.Sc. Physics (2 years)
2. M.Sc. Applied Physics (2 years)
3. M.Sc. Astronomy and Space Physics (2 years)
4. M.Sc. Physics (Nano Science & Technology) (2 year)
Pre-requisite for all M.Sc.:
B. Sc. with Physics and Mathematics, the third subject may be any other,
Chemistry/Computer
Science/Electronics/Computer Maintenance/Space Science/Statistics etc.
or
B. Sc. (Hons. in Physics)
Career Options: Teaching, Research and Industry.
5. Post M.Sc. Diploma in Space Science (1 year)
Pre-requisite: M.Sc Physics or M.Sc. Astronomy and Space Physics.
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9.6 DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS
FACULTY
Professors
1. H.S. Jhajj, Ph.D.
2. Mukesh Kumar Sharma, Ph.D. Head
3. P.C. Garg, Ph.D.
Associate Professor
1. Davinder Kumar, Ph.D.
Assistant Professors
1. Upasana Sharma, Ph.D.
2. Neelam Kumari, M.Sc.
3. Rohtash Kumar, Ph.D.
4. Sarabjit Singh, M. Sc.
COURSES
1. M.Sc. Statistics (2 years)
Pre-requisite: B.A./ B.Sc. with Statistics or Mathematics or Graduate in any
discipline with Statistics/Mathematics/Quantitative techniques as one
of the papers provided the student had Mathematics at A Level level.
Career Options: Teaching, Research, Govt. Service, Industry.
2. B.Sc. Computer Science, Statistics & Mathematics (3 years)
Pre-requisite: A Level with Math.
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9.7 UNIVERSITY COMPUTER CENTRE
FACULTY
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Kawaljeet Singh, Ph. D.
J. S. Juneja, M.Phil
Harminder Pal Singh, B.Tech.
Dalbir Singh, MCA.
Satish Mittal, MCA, M.Phil.
Arshdeep Singh, MCA
Director
Joint Director
System Analyst
System Analyst
Technician Grade-II Teaching Aid
Trainee Programmer
COURSES
1. PG Diploma in Computer Applications (PGDCA)
Duration : 1 Year (Semester System comprising of two semesters)
2. PG Diploma in Computer Maintenance and Networking (PGDCMN)
Duration : 1 Year (Annual System)
3. PG Diploma in Internet and Web Designing (PGDIW)
Duration : 1 Year (Annual System)
Common Information for all the three Diploma Courses (1, 2 & 3)
I. Pre-requisite: Graduation in any discipline.
II. Admission Procedure: On the basis of the Merit of marks obtained at the
graduation level.
III. All the Diploma Courses are minor courses and can be joined along with any
other course of Punjabi University.
IV. The Univeristy will not provide boarding and loading facilities (hostel facility) for
these courses.
V. The medium of examination shall be English only.
VI. Classes of the courses are held from 5.00 pm to 7.00 pm, weekends or on
holidays.
VII. Minimum strength to be ensured for the commencement of the Coruse is 20. In
case of non-commencement of the course due to shortage of students, no
admission form fees will be reimbursed.
Contact details:
1. Dr. Kawaljeet Singh, Director
2. Sh. Dalbir Singh
[email protected]
[email protected]
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10. FACULTY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES
10.1 DEPARTMENT OF DEFENCE AND STRATEGIC STUDIES
FACULTY
Professor
1. Kamal Kinger, Ph.D. Head
Assistant Professors
1. Umrao Singh, Ph.D.
2. Inderjit Singh Chahal, Ph.D.
3. Kewal Krishan, Ph.D.
COURSES
1. M.A. Defence and Strategic Studies (2 years)
Pre-requisite: 45% in Graduation
Career Options: Teaching, Research, Defence Services, Para-military forces.
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10.2
DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS
FACULTY
Professor Emeritus
H.K. Manmohan Singh, Ph.D.
Professors
1. Inderjit Singh, Ph.D. Head
2. Shakuntla Gupta, Ph.D.
3. Lakhwinder Singh, Ph.D.
4. Balwinder Singh, Ph. D.
5. Kamaljit Singh,Ph.D.
6. Anupma, Ph.D.
7. Gurbachan Kaur Bhatia, Ph.D.
8. Gian Singh, Ph.D.
9. O.P. Miglani, Ph.D.
10. Romesh Kumar Bansal, Ph.D.
(Re-employed)
(Re-employed)
(Re-employed)
(Re-employed)
Assistant Professors
1. Sangita Nagaich, Ph.D.
2. Sarabjeet Singh, Ph. D.
3. Parmod Kumar Aggarwal, Ph.D.
4. Rupinder Kaur, Ph.D.
5. Jasdeep Singh Toor, Ph.D.
6. Ravita, Ph.D.
COURSES
1 M. A. Economics (2 years)
Pre-requisite: Graduate
2.
M.Sc. (Hons. School in Economics) (5 Years Integrated Course)
Pre-requisite: A Level with Economics/Commerce/Mathematics with 50%
marks.
Career Options: Teaching, Research, Industry, Banking.
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10.3 DEPARTMENT OF GEOGRAPHY
FACULTY
Professor
1. Gurinder Kaur, Ph.D
2. Yadvinder Singh, Ph.D.
3. Kuljit Singh Sohal, Ph.D.
Assistant Professors
1. Baljit Kaur, Ph. D.
2. Apperdeep Kaur, Ph.D.
3. Shivjeet Kaur, Ph.d.
4. Avtar Singh Matharoo, M.Phil.
Head
(Re employed)
COURSES
1. M. Sc. Geography (2 years)
Pre-requisite: B.A. /B.Sc. with Geography.
Career Options: Teaching, Research.
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10.4 DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY
FACULTY
Professors
1. Jaspal Kaur Dhanju, Ph.D.
Head
2. Kulbir Singh Dhillon, Ph.D
3. Sukhninder Kaur, Ph.D.
(Re-employed)
Assistant Professors
1. Mohammad Idris, Ph.D.
2. Jashandeep Singh Sandhu, M.A.
3. Parneet Hayer, Ph.D.
4. Balraj Singh, Ph. D.
5. Sandeep Kaur, M.A., NET
COURSES
1. M. A. History (2 years)
Pre-requisite: B.A. with 50% marks. B.A. with History or Defence Studies
Career Options: Teaching, Research.
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10.5 DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY
FACULTY
Associate Professor
1. Pardeep Kumar, Ph.D.
Head
Assistant Professors
1. Jatinder Kumar Sharma, Ph.D.,
2. Parminder Kaur, Ph.D.
3. R. Balinderjit Kaur, M. Litt.
Re-employed
COURSES
1. M. A. Philosophy (2 years)
Pre-requisite: Graduation with 45% marks
Career Options: Teaching, Research.
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10.6 DEPARTMENT OF POLITICAL SCIENCE
FACULTY
Professors
1.
Manju Verma, Ph.D.
2.
Jagroop Kaur, Ph.D.
3. N.K. Dogra, Ph.D.
4. Dalbir Kaur Bajwa, Ph.D. Head
5. Surinder Kaur Goraya, Ph.D.
6. S.K. Sharma, Ph.D.
(Re employed)
(Re employed)
(Re employed)
(Re employed)
Assistant Professors
1. Jatinder Singh, M.Phil.
COURSES
1. M.A. Political Science (2 years)
Pre-requisite: B.A. with Pol. Science.
Career Options: Teaching, Research, Govt. Service.
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10.7 DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY
FACULTY
Professors
1. Baldev Singh Sandhu, Ph.D.
2. Vandana Sharma, Ph.D.
3. Gurminder Sokhey, Ph.D.
4. Sangita Trama, Ph.D.
Assistant Professors
1. Harprit Kaur, Ph.D.
2. Mamta Sharma, Ph.D.
3. Damanjit Sandhu, Ph.D.
4. Nalini, Ph.D.
5. Tarika Sandhu, Ph.D.
6. Vidhu Mohan, Ph.D.
7. Inder Preet Sandhu, Ph.D.
8. Sukhminder Kaur, Ph.D.
9. Mandeep Kaur, Ph.D.
Head
COURSES
1. M.Sc. Psychology (2 years)
Pre-requisite: B.A. with Psychology as a subject
Career Options: Teaching, Research.
2. Post Graduate Diploma in Counselling Psychology (1 years)
Pre-requisite: Master's Degree in Psychology or Social Work
Career Options: Research, Psychological testing, Counselling Career, School,
Child Adolescent, Old Age, Pre-Retirement, HIV Counselling, Drug
deduction etc.
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10.8
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
FACULTY
Professor
1. Sukhjinder Singh Tiwana, Ph.D.(Re-employed)
2. Renu, Ph.D.
Head
Assistant Professors
1. Rajbans Singh Gill, Ph.D.
2. Geetinder Kaur, Ph.D.
3. Ranvinderjit Kaur, M.A. Ph.D.
COURSES
1. M.A. Public Administration (2 years)
Pre-requisite: Graduation
Career Options: Teaching, Research, & Civil Services.
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10.9 DEPARTMENT OF RELIGIOUS STUDIES
FACULTY
Professors
1. Harpal Singh Pannu, Ph.D.
Head
2. Rajinder Kaur Rohi, Ph.D.
3. Darshan Singh,Ph.D.
Re-Employed
Associate Professor
1. Gurmeet Singh, Ph.D
2. Rajesh Ranjan, Ph.D. (On leave)
Assistant Professors
1. Mohd. Habib, Ph.D.
2. Parduman Shah Singh, Ph.D.
3. Tejinder Kaur Dhaliwal, Ph.D.
4. Gurmail Singh, Ph.D.
5. Jaswinder Singh, MA, NET
6. Arvind Rituraj, Ph.D. (On Leave Vacancy)
COURSES
1. M.A. Religious Studies (2 years)
Pre-requisite: Graduation in any Faculty with 45% Marks.
Career Options: Teaching, Research.
2. M.A. Sikh Studies (2 years)
Pre-requisite: Graduation in any Faculty with 45% Marks.
Career Options: Teaching, Research, Preaching.
3. M.A. Buddhist Studies (2 years)
Pre-requisite: Graduation in any Faculty with 50% Marks.
4. Certificate Course in Pali (One Year)
Pre-requisite: A Level with 50% marks.+
5.
Add-on Certificate Course in Dharam Granths of World Religions
Note: IELTS or TOEFL test is compulsory for foreign Students.
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10.10 DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL WORK
FACULTY
Professors
1. Dharam Pal Singh, Ph.D.
2. Manjit Singh, Ph.D.
Assistant Professors
1. Hardeep Kaur, Ph.D.
2. Ritu Bala, Ph. D.
3. Lakhvir Singh, Ph.D.
4. Gurnam Singh Virk, Ph.D.
Head
(Re employed)
COURSES
1. M.A. Social Work (2 years)
Pre-requisite: Graduation
Career Options: Teaching, Research, Practice in Social Welfare.
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10.11 DEPARTMENT OF SOCIOLOGY AND SOCIAL ANTHROPOLOGY
FACULTY
Professors
1. Harvinder Singh Bhatti, Ph.D.
2. Maninder Singh Randhawa, Ph.D.
3. Birinder Pal Singh, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
1. Deepak Kumar, Ph.D.
2. Namarata Vadhera, MA
3. Gautam Sood, M.A.
4. Kiran Kumari, M.A.
Head
(Re employed)
COURSES
1. M.A. Sociology and Social Anthropology (2 years)
Pre-requisite: Graduation
Career Options: Teaching, Research, NGO's Welfare and Development
Organizations, Administration, Human Resource Management,
Market Research, Communication and Counseling.
2. P.G. Diploma in Social Impact Assessment (1 year)
Pre-requisite: Graduation/Post Graduation in Social Sciences subject with
50% marks.
Career Options: Government and Non Governmental Organizations, Corporate
Sector, Development Organizations, Research Organizations.
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10.12 WOMEN'S STUDIES CENTRE
FACULTY
Director
1. Meenakshi Sharma, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
1. Amandeep Kaur, Ph.D.
2. Sukhwinder Singh M.Phil, Ph.D.
COURSES
1. *PG Diploma in Gender Studies
2. *PG Diploma in Women & Child Development.
3. *PG Diploma in Child Care and Skill Development.
4. *M.A. Women Studies
*Pre-requisite: Graduation/Post Graduation in any discipline with 50% marks.
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10.13 DEPARTMENT OF SRI GURU GRANTH SAHIB STUDIES
FACULTY
Professor of Eminence
Jaswant Singh Neki, Ph.D.
Professor
Sarbjinder Singh, Ph.D., Head
Associate Professor
Malkinder Kaur, Ph.D.
Assistant Professors
1. Amanjot Kaur, Ph.D. (LWP)
2. Gunjanjot Kaur, Ph.D. (LWP)
Fellows
1. Maheep Singh, Ph.D.
2. Balkar Singh, Ph.D.
COURSES
1. Certificate Course in Sri Guru Granth Sahib (3 Months)
Class time afternoon, there are two batches of this course
First Batch: 1 August to 31 October
February
Pre-requisite: O Level
Second Batch: 15 November to 14
2. Post Graduate Diploma in Sikh Theology
Pre-requisite: Graduation in any field.
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10.14 SCHOOL OF SOCIAL SCIENCES
FACULTY
Head: Dean, Faculty of Social Sciences
Assistant Professor
Rupinder Singh Sodhi, Ph.D.
(Incharge)
COURSES
Bachelor in Social Sciences (Honours School)
Pre-requisite: The admission to Bachelor in Social Sciences (Honours School)
shall be open to any one who has obtained at least 50% marks in A
Level.
Career Options: research and teaching in Social Sciences.
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RULES FOR Ph.D. PROGRAMME
1.
Eligibility
The candidates shall be admitted to Ph.D. Programme without entrance test
with the following qualification:
(i) Masters degree in the concerned/allied subject (as determined by the
Departmental Research Board) with 55% marks at Masters Degree.
2.
Admission Procedure
1)
2)
3)
3.
The students sponsored by agencies of Government of India like
ICCR, Ministry of HRD, etc. and students sponsored by their
respective Governments/Embassies.
Self financing students recommended by their respective Government
or Embassy.
All International Students must possess a valid student visa and an
HIV negative test report from a recognized/government medical
hospital/laboratory in India.
Course Work for Ph.D. Programme
The candidate will have to pass Ph.D. course work before registration in the
Ph.D. Programme of the University. However, they will have to choose
supervisor from University on their own before enrolment for the Ph.D.
programme.
4.
Ph. D. Course Work Conditions
A candidate admitted to Ph. D. Course Work must fulfill the following
requirements:
(i)
Has been on the rolls on the Department throughout the semester
preceding the examination.
(ii) Every candidate has attended a minimum of 75% of the delivered number
of lectures in each paper.
(iii) The shortage in the attendance of lectures by the candidate will be
condoned as per University rules.
5.
Curriculum
There will be four papers of four credit each. If the Departmental
Ph.D./M.Phil. Course Committee decided to include elective papers depending
on specializations, then there can be three compulsory core papers (one of
Research Methodology) and one optional.
6.
Medium of Instruction and Examination
The medium of instruction and examination shall be English, provided the
candidates in the subjects of Sanskrit, Persian and Religious Studies, they
shall be permitted at their option to select medium of examination as under:
Sanskrit: Sanskrit or Hindi or Punjabi or English
Persian: Persian or Urdu or Punjabi or English
Religious Studies: English or Punjabi
7.
Proficiency in Punjabi
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The candidates pursuing Ph. D. Course Work will have to pass Elementary
Course in Punjabi – I.
8. Continuous Assessment and University Examination
(a) In each paper a maximum of 50% weightage will be given to continuous
assessment or sessional work which shall be based on two house tests
(maximum 30%) one seminars 10% and one assignment 10%. The
examination conducted by the University in each theory/practical course
shall has 50% weightage.
9. Eligibility to appear in University Examination
Such candidates will be allowed to appear in the University examination who
satisfy the following requirements:
(a) Have been on the rolls of the Department concerned throughout the
semester preceding the examination.
(b) Have earned a minimum grade B in the sessional work.
(c) Have their names submitted to the Dean, Academic Affairs by the Head of
the Department along with certificate to be signed by the Head of the
Department of having attended not less than 75% of the total delivered
lectures in each paper (Theory/Practical/Tutorials and Seminars)
separately.
10.
In addition to the above, the ordinances of the University in respect of
Ph.D. Programme shall apply.
HOSTEL CHARGES AND REFUNDS
HOSTEL CHARGES
Detail of the Hostel Charges can be obtained from the Provost/Hostel
Warden.
RULES REGARDING PAYMENT OF HOSTEL CHARGES
(a) The schedule of payment of the hostel charges will be the same as in the
case of tuition fee. In case a student does not pay the hostel charges
within the due date, it shall be the responsibility of the Warden to ensure
that such a student does not continue to stay/reside in the hostel.
(b) Once a student is admitted to the hostel, he/she cannot stop paying the
hostel rent on the plea that he/she has stopped residing in the hostel. In
order to vacate hostel accommodation, the student is required to obtain
the prior permission of Warden/Senior Warden/Provost. (c)
If
the
name of the student is struck off due to non-payment of hostel dues from
the list of the hostellers, he can be allowed re-admission with the approval
of the Dean Students/Provost.
Tuition and Hostel charges shall be paid in the concerned Department and
Hostel. The tuition fee shall be charged for 12 months as given below:
i.
The students have the option to deposit fee for the whole
year/session in one installment.
iii.
If a student does not deposit hostel charges/tuition fee by the due
date, he will have to pay fine as per rules.
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iv.
The fee for semester 2nd and 3rd will be paid without late fee within
ten working days after the 1st and 2nd semester examinations
respectively.
v.
However, if a candidate fails to pay the fee within the ten days due to
some special reason, he can be granted another ten days for
admission with Vice-Chancellor's permission. Thereafter, only
readmission will be allowed.
vi)
The Dean Students/Provost is authorized to remit the fine if he feels
that the student could not deposit the fee for some genuine reasons.
Provided further that non-payment of any dues for more than 15 days,
the name of the student shall be struck off from the rolls of the
department. Such students, however, can seek re-admission and in
case if allowed, all the dues, late fee charges and admission fee etc. as
provided shall have to be paid.
If a candidate is absent from the class for 10 days continuously,
his/her name shall be struck off from the rolls of the department.
Such students, however, can seek re-admission and in case if allowed
by the competent authority, they shall have to pay Rs. 200/- as readmission charges.
REFUNDS
All refunds will be as per University Rules.
Note:
If the name of the student is struck off due to non-payment of hostel
dues from the list of the hostellers he/she can be allowed readmission with the approval of the Dean Students/Provost.
All disputes arising from this document or connected therewith are subject
to the territorial jurisdiction of courts situated at Patiala only and to the
exclusion of all other courts.
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