Punjab Technical University Giani Zail Singh Campus

Punjab Technical University Giani Zail Singh Campus

Giani Zail Singh Punjab Technical University Campus, Bathinda is the first institute in Punjab established with the full funding of state government in the year 1989 when the Hon’ble Governor of Punjab Sh. S.S.Ray laid the foundation stone on 23 October 1989. Initially set up as Government Engineering College, it was converted to an autonomous institute as Giani Zail Singh College of Engineering and Technology (GZSCET) in year 1992 and a “Board of Governors” was constituted to manage the affairs of the College. The Chairman of “Board of Governors” is the Hon’ble Minister of Technical Education and the other members of “Board of Governors” includes industrialists, academicians and representatives of the State Government. Since December 2011, the status of the College has been elevated to that of PTU Campus. The Campus provides an academic environment under the guidance of faculty. It is named after Giani Zail Singh, the seventh President of India.

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