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DAV Institute of Engineering & Technology

DAV Institute of Engineering and Technology
Established 2001
Principal Dr A.L Sangal
Director C.L. Kochher
Students 2500
Location Jalandhar, Punjab, India
Campus Urban
Affiliations Punjab Technical University
Website .org.davietjalwww

DAV Institute of Engineering and Technology (DAVIET) is an engineering institute in Jalandhar City, established by the Dayanand Anglo-Vedic College Trust and Management Society.

The DAV College Trust and Management Society is the largest non-government educational organization in India, managing a chain of about 700 institutions in India and abroad. The institute is located in the heart of city adjacent to DAV College, Jalandhar, on the left side of the Jalandhar-Amritsar National Highway.

The institute received ISO 9001:2000 certification in 2005 under joint accreditation of SGS Group and UKAS (United Kingdom Accreditation Services) Quality Management.

The institute offers a B.Tech. program in six fields of engineering as well as M.Tech, MCA and MBA programs.


  • Departments and Centres 1
  • Infrastructure 2
  • Conferences 3
  • National rankings 4
  • Dav University 5
  • References 6
  • External links 7

Departments and Centres

Undergraduate departments

  • Electrical Engineering
  • Computer Science and Engineering
  • Information Technology
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Electronics and Communication Engineering
  • Civil Engineering

Postgraduate departments

  • Electrical Engineering
  • Computer Science and Engineering
  • Civil Engineering
  • Electronics and Communication Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Nano Technology
  • Master of Business Administration
  • Master of Computer Applications

The Institute offers DOEACC courses under Continuing Engineering Education Programmes

  • DOEACC - O level
  • DOEACC - A level
  • DOEACC - B level


  • Core Block
  • Research & Development Block
  • Under Graduate Block
  • Post Graduate Block
  • Material Science Block
  • Knowledge Centre
  • Lala Chanchal Dass Auditorium
  • Convention Hall
  • Guest House


  • UG Hostel
  • PG Hostel
  • Girls Hostel


  • National Congress on Science-Technology and Management (DAV-NCSTM) 2014 [1]
  • National Seminar on Communication and Soft Skills - The Emerging Paradigms - 2010
  • National Conference on Modern Management Practices and Information Technology Trends (MMPITT) - 2009
  • National Conference on Optical and Wireless Communication (NCOW) - 2008 [2]
  • 10th Punjab Science Congress - 2007

National rankings

  • A survey by Dataquest on top technical schools in India placed DAVIET at 60th All India Rank. The survey containing the national rankings was released on Dec 22, 2009.[3]
  • Ranked 40th in India and 2nd in the category of Most Promising Engineering college by CSR–GHRDC [4]
  • Best Engineering College of Punjab Technical University 2013

Dav University

Foundation stone for DAV University has been laid at Village Sarmastpur on Jalandhar-Pathankot road and constituent campus will be in Kabir Nagar. This is a 385 crore initiative of Dayanand Anglo-Vedic College Trust and Management Society.[5] The university is situated at a distance of 12 km from the city.The official website of Dav University is .org.davuniversitywww.

  • The University offers courses in :
  • M.Com, M.A.
  • M Tech
  • MBA
  • MCA (Regular)
  • B Sc (Hons)
  • M Sc (Hons)
  • BBA/ M Tech/ MBA (Part Time)
  • B Com (Hons/Professional)/ M Com
  • BA (Hons)/ MA (Hons)
  • Short Term Skill Enhancement Courses (6-Months)
  • Short Term Skill Enhancement Courses (1-Year)
  • B.Tech Pass
  • B.Tech Hons
  • B.Tech Leet


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  2. ^ ::1st National Conference on Optical & Wireless Communication (NCOW) - 2008::
  3. ^ Cyber India Online Ltd. "Dataquest : Top Stories : India's Top T-Schools 2009". Retrieved 2010-08-10. 
  4. ^
  5. ^ JALANDHAR NEWS: DAV University Near Jalandhar In 2 Months | Punjab News

External links

  • DAV Institute of Engineering and Technology

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