Mandatory Disclosure

Rules & Regulations


  1. Students are required to maintain discipline in the Institution and to follow the instructions given by the administration from time to time in letter & spirit.
  2. Any student who remains absent from the class for one lecture/period shall be fined Rs. 5/- per lecture/period. For full day absence a fine of ₹25/- per day will be charged.
  3. Any student who remains absent for more than 10 working days continuously without prior intimation, his/her name will be struck off and will be allowed re-admission by the Principal after being satisfied by the reason of absence submitted by the student. An amount of Rs. 1000/- shall be charged from the student on.
  4. Use of mobile in the classroom is strictly prohibited. Strict action may be taken against the defaulter student.
  5. Ragging, inside/outside the institution, is an offence. As per the Himachal Pradesh Educational Institutions (Prohibition of Ragging) Act 2009, every offence under this act shall be cognizable, non­bailable and compoundable with the permission of Court. If any student is found indulging in ragging activities directly or indirectly, strict action will be taken against him/her as per law.

Discipline and Conduct of Students

  1. All Students are under the disciplinary control of the Director and must to the rules of the College. Absence from lectures, tutorials, practical, workshop and sessional test without previous sanction will be viewed very seriously and disciplinary action will be taken against such defaulter. Breach of rules, misconduct. poor attendance or idleness will render a student liable to fine, expulsion or other disciplinary measures which the Director may deem fit. Such action is also likely, if in the opinion of the Director reasonable progress and application in work and studies are not being shown by the student.
  2. All the students are directed to dress-up properly in the Institute. All students are required to carry their Identity cards during institution hours.
  3. While undergoing practical training, students must conform in every respect the rules of the department's establishments in which they are taking training.
  4. Students who will be absent for seven days consecutively without any notice, either from the Institute or from practical training may not be allowed to attend class until a satisfactory explanation is submitted by that student and accepted by the authority.
  5. Students desiring to leave the Institute permanently must apply in writing and such application must be supported by written consent of his/her parents or guardian.
  6. Students are strictly forbidden from forwarding applications; appeals or any other communication direct to any authorities other than the Director and any contravention of this rule will make them liable to disciplinary action.
  7. Students are permitted to form only such associations or dubs (recreation or otherwise) at the institution as has been regularly approved by the Director and for which sanction must have been reed at the beginning of each new academic session. All associations must be open to membership regardless of religion, community or political ideology. In no circumstances any association, the object of which is directly or indirectly communal or political will be permitted at the Institute campus.
  8. Students claiming benefits/concession on medical ground are required to submit medical certificate from government hospital or dispensary. The certificate should be submitted within a week of re-joining the Institute after illness, by the student concerned.
  9. Any student found under the influence of intoxication of drugs/alcohol in the Institute campus is liable to be taken strict disciplinary action against his / her, which may lead to expulsion from the college.
  10. The name of the student who fails to submit the University Examination Form for the semester in which he has been studying shall be removed from the rolls of the institution.
  11. Students are advised to regularly check the notices displayed on the Institute notice boards. The notices displayed on the various notice boards are deemed to have been served on the student.
  12. Director’s decision in all matters will be final.

Leave and Attendance

  1. Students are expected to attend all classes and practical training regularly. While a student is undergoing practical training outside the institution, the leave will be sanctioned by the concerned according to the rules.
  2. All students will be subject to the attendance rules of the Himachal Pradesh University as laid down from time to time, which is 75% at present.
  3. Leave of absence will be granted at the discretion of the Director. Students absenting themselves shall be fined or disciplinary action will be taken against them. Student suffering from any infectious disease will not be is permitted to attend the institution. No student who has been absent on grounds of illness for a period of ten days or more will be permitted to attend the passes until he/she produces medical fitness certificate.



  1. In an academic year there will be Two Semester Examinations. Minimum 75 percent of the attendance in each subject is necessary for a student for being eligible to appear in the examination of any subject.
  2. Besides this, the student must carry out and acquaint themselves with the laboratory and practical work covered during the semester to the satisfaction of the Director. Students are required to pursue their studies regularly and those whose performance in the class is not satisfactory are liable to be detained by the Director from appearing in the University Examinations.
  3. All students are expected to keep abreast with the studies and regularly pass the various University Examinations. The Detailed rules & Syllabi of the University Examinations are available with the institution and every student is advised to get the latest copy of syllabus for guidance.
  4. Absence from any examination will be considered a failure, no medical certificate or evidence of sickness during or prior to the time of examination will exempt a student from any examination.
  5. Strict action will be taken against the student who found using unfair means in university or other examination, as per H.P. University, Shimla rules.
  6. In addition to the University Examination, Sessional Tests are to be held during the Semester to enable the teaching staff to gauge the progress of individual student and marks obtained during these sessional tests will count towards marks to be awarded in the internal assessment of the student.
  7. General fitness forms a part of sessional work for all the Engineering Examinations of the University and success in these is as obligatory as in any other examination. Marks are awarded on the basis of performance of students in sports, physical fitness, tutorial meetings, curricular activities, attendance, good conduct etc. Students are therefore advised to pay due attention to the various activities in the college.
  8. All students must pay their dues to the institution office/ university website well in time & before filling University Examination Form in every Semester. The defaulter students may not be allowed to sit in the Semester Examination in case College dues are not paid.

Mission, Vision & Core Values


To nurture individual’s excellence through value based, cross-cultural, integrated and holistic education adopting the contemporary and advanced means blended with ethical values to contribute in building a peaceful and sustainable global civilization.


  1. To promote creativity, capability and competence among students to make them first-rate professionals in science, engineering & technology. 
  2. To awareness among the youth and policy makers of the region about the potential of science, engineering & technology for sustainable development with a focus on hilly regions of the country. 
  3. To offer comprehensive and challenging advanced course in science, engineering, & technology which can attract most brilliant and talented young students to achieve high standards of academic excellence, creativity, professional competence and human values.
  4. To provide ample opportunity both to students and faculty to update their knowledge about the latest advances in the field of science, engineering, & technology and modulate the development of society with their achievements.
  5. The main aim of the University Institute of Technology  is to establish and promote or render aid to schools, colleges, educational institutions, technical institutions in one or all fields of engineering (computer, information & technology, electrical & electronics, civil), research, or any system of education.
  6. To promote education, vocational technical & otherwise the diffusion of useful knowledge, medical relief, industrial training including all aspects of rural knowledge and social welfare projects, irrespective of race, caste, community and creed.
  7. To engage in social welfare activities aimed at improving living conditions & general welfare of the poor and indigent persons of whatsoever occupation, irrespective of race, caste, community and creed.
  8. To promote deeper spiritual values in personal and community life.
  9. To engage employ or hire staff, workers, legal experts and other professional, attorney, principal, professor, lecturers and technical staff for the work and furtherance of the aims and objects of the society and to pay their wages, salaries and stipends.
  10. To make students aware in the field of technical expertise, Managerial Skills, Educational Field as well as Legal affairs.
  11. We want to provide quality education; we not only want to produce employees but entrepreneurs and employers.
  12. To impart quality education to students from all parts of the country.
  13. To diffuse useful secular, social and religious knowledge.
  14. To print and publish any newspaper, periodicals, and books and to utilize other mass communication systems such as radio, television, cable etc. for spreading knowledge.
  15. To train to maintain the personal to be in charge or different institutions of the society.
  16. To establish building for such projects, libraries, reading rooms equipped them with the necessary supply of books, papers, Periodicals, furniture and audio visual aid.

Core Values

  • Innovation
  • Leadership
  • Ethics
  • Social responsibility

NAAC Accreditation Status



NAAC 'A' Grade