Admission HelpLines: 92160-77002, 1800 419 0533
Best Engineering College In Punjab

Student Speaks

  • UGI has been a wonderful experience. I learnt a lot here, both academically and personally. My mentors, right from the beginning identified my strengths and provided opportunities galore to refine them. I recommend every aspiring student to experience UGI and enrich their lives.

    Deepshika Kotwal
    Satyam Tech
  • UGI has provided an excellent exposure to us through seminars given by various academicians and experts from industries which groomed us with the real professionalism.

    Anurag Kachroo
    Competent Synergies
  • I thank my department and its faculty members for encouraging me to think globally and spread my wings to take off for the land of rising Sun and I appreciate the support of my College for shaping my career and getting me placed in such big Company.

    Lovelesh
    HCL Technologies
  • UGI has been a completely enriching experience. I have acquired lot of confidence through various platforms provided by the College such as, Youth Fest , Tech Fest, Virsa etc which gave us opportunity to present our innate creativity and talent.

    Manpreet Singh
    Yamaha Motors
  • UGI has been a place where I found a unique blend of excellence and commitment. In UGI we have Great faculty, excellent facilities and wonderful ambience to learn and groom.

    Ravi Chawla
    Gates India

Applied Science Deptt. celebrated national science day on 28th february 2017

01-03-2017

Department of applied science has celebrated national science day on 28th february 2017. The purpose of its celebration was to make students aware of importance of science in logical thinking. The celebrations are conducted in seminar hall where posters were displayed regarding projects and inventions due to science, followed by speeches in Hindi and English, along with cultural part including dancing ,singing and play.

 

National Science Day is celebrated all over India with great enthusiasm on 28th of February every year in order to commemorate the invention of the Raman Effect in India by the Indian physicist, Sir Chandrasekhara Venkata Raman on the same day in the year 1928. For his great success in the field of science in India, Chandrasekhara Venkata Raman was awarded and honored with the Nobel Prize in the Physics in the year 1930.