MAT – Management Aptitude Test is a national level entrance test for being managed since 1988 to encourage Business Schools to screen contender for admission to Master of Business Administration (MBA) and allied programs. Government of India, Ministry of Human Resource Development (HRD) affirmed MAT as a national level entrance test for business school in 2003. Any Business or Management College in India – can consider MAT Score for admission in the Institutions. It is also one of the largest entrance tests in India.
AIMA – All India Management Association conducted Management Aptitude Test (MAT) four times (February, May, September and December) each year, for admissions to MBA/PGDM programs. The MAT May exam will be held on 7 May 2017 and the last date for online registration is 28th April 2017.
The applicant who wishes to attend MAT May 2017 exam must have passed Graduation with 50% marks. 45 % marks is mandatory for the ST/SC candidates. Final year graduation students are also eligible for the test.
Exam Pattern & Syllabus 2017
Mode of Exam: – Online and Offline
|Indian & Global Environment
|MAT Exam Paper Based
||7 May 2107
|MAT Exam Computer Based
||13 May 2017
||3rd March to 28 April 2017
|Release Of Admit Card
||29 April 2017
||Last week of May 2017
JEE – Joint Entrance Examination is an all India common entrance test for admission in engineering colleges in India. The test involves two phases – JEE MAIN and the JEE Advanced. The entrance exams are of objective type pattern. JEE Advanced is considered as a standout amongst the most difficult engineering entrance test in India.
CBSE – Central Board of Secondary Education that prior conducted the AIEEE entrance exam announced this entrance examination that supplanted the IIT-JEE and AIEEE. JEE comprises of two sections, JEE MAIN and JEE Advanced. The students who qualify JEE Mains are eligible for JEE Advanced. More than 200,000 students are chosen every year.
JEE MAIN offline mode exam will be held on April 2, 2017 and online mode entrance exam will be held on April 8 and 9, 2017. Offline mode of JEE MAIN2017 Paper II, for B.Planning and B.Arch will be held on April 2, 2017. The admit card is currently accessible in online mode from March 14, 2017.
||2 April 2017
|Computer Based Exam
||8,9 April 2017
||18 – 22 April 2017
|OMR Response Sheet availability
||18 – 22 April 2017
||27 April 2017
Mechanical Engineering Department of Universal Institute of Engineering & Technology celebrated World Water Day on 21st March, 2017 to highlight the importance of freshwater and advocating for the sustainable management of freshwater resources.
World Water Day is an international observance day. It is meant to inspire people around the world to learn more about water-related issues, tell others about these issues and take action to make a difference, particularly in countries.
The theme was “Why waste water?” which is about reducing and reusing wastewater. Wastewater is a valuable resource to help achieve the Sustainable Development.
The programme commenced with the welcome address given by Mr. Rickstarwell Mawlong, a student of ME 6th Sem, followed by a presentation given by Mr. Hardeep Singh, Head Mechanical Engineering Department in the presence of Dr. Swati Sharma- Principal, Head of different departments , faculty members and students of Universal Institute of Engineering & Technology.
Mr. Hardeep Singh highlighted the following issues through his presentation:
· History of World water Day
· Drinking Water
· Consequences of un-clean water
· Importance of Clean Water
· Water and World Poverty
· Reducing Child Mortality
· Improving Maternal Health
· Water Crisis in India
· Water Conservation Tips for Indoors, outside and school/colleges
Dr. Swati Sharma- Principal UIET also shared her valuable thoughts with the students on the eve of this day.
A Poster Making Competition was also organized with the same theme. It was leaded by Asst. Prof Gaurav Grover, ME Department. 25 students participated in this event. The creativity of the students was highly appreciated by Principal and HODs of different departments. Top 3 Students of poster making competition were awarded with certificates and gift by Principal UIET and HOD Mechanical Engineering.
The programme was ended with vote of thanks by Mr. Munish Kainth, COD Mechanical Engineering Department.
Computer Science Engineering department with the spirit of celebrating womanhood commemorated International Women’s Day. The day was celebrated by organizing a seminar on theme for this year: “Be bold for change”.
The occasion was graced by Master Bikram S. Thapa who is 6th degree blackbelt. He enlightened the students on the importance of martial arts in our day to day life. He motivated the students, especially girls to learn self defense.
The seminar was followed by a workshop on self defense. The students learned some basic skills of kick boxing, Karate and Taekwondo. At the end of the program, Ms. Prabhjot Kaur Jolly, Director Academics and Dr. Swati Sharma, Principal UIET honored the guest and thanked him for teaching self defense skills to students.
Dr. Gurpreet Singh, Chairman, Universal Group of Institutions who has always been torch bearer in women empowerment also appreciated the efforts put in by the faculty in organizing such workshop for students.
To Develop interest of student on project Based Learning and introduce them to latest developments Science
An Industrial Visit to the Pushpa Gujral Science City Kapurthala was organised by the DEPARTMENT OF APPLIED SCIENCE of Universal Group of Institutions. This trip was organised on 4rth March 2017 for the 2nd SEM students of B.Tech. Applied Science.
Approximately, hundred students visited the place along with faculty members. Mr. Sanjeev Kumar, Ms. Shipra Sharma Ms. Priyanka Patial, and Mr. Nitin (ECE) guided students during the trip. This Visit started around 6 a.m. from our Campus and finished by 11 p.m. at same after boarding off the student at their respective station.
Pushpa Gujral Science City offers a blend of education, curiosity and fun to ensure longer and repeated visits. The project is aimed at cultivating an interest in science through open-ended exploration away from text books and black boards, with a scientific approach to problem solving. The project has something for everyone, regardless of age, education, profession or social strata and is intended to make science accessible to people who are not part of the formal education system.
Students enjoyed the roller coaster rides in the flight simulator, watching the visually stunning 3-D shows, Laser show and a special show, ‘The Wonders of the Universe’, in the dome-shaped theatre. The children also went to the `Dinosaurs Park’ where models of various dinosaurs were displayed. The final stop was the Solar Power House where solar-powered scientific inventions, like `The wind turbine generator’, `solar toy train’ etc, were displayed.
Student learned about new ideas of science and they were excited after watching latest projects and developments. The visit was completed successfully after meeting the objective of providing exposure to the students.