B.Tech- Mechanical Engineering – Panel Discussion

A “Panel Discussion” for the students of B.Tech- Mechanical Engineering of Universal Institute of Engineering & Technology, Lalru was organized on 15th February 2017 within the campus.


The objective of this panel discussion was to explore the students to the industrial demand for recruitment and to aware them with the current scenario in industry. The theme was “Integrating Academia and Industry, and the Future of Engineering“. Mr. Vinod Kaushal, HR Head- High Tech Industries (Mohali) and Mr. Narinder Singh Wahla, GM-OPUS Collection Inc. were invited for this discussion.

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The event started with welcome note by Mr. R. K Kapoor, Head Mechanical Engineering Department plus Dean Training and Placement Cell and followed by a college PPT by Mr. Munish Kainth- Asst. Prof. Mechanical Engineering Department in the presence of Ms. Prabhjot Kaur Jolly, Director Academics, Universal Group of Institutions and Dr. Swati Sharma- Principal, Universal Institute of Engineering & Technology.

Mr. Vinod Kaushal addressed the students and gave various tips for preparing for facing the interviews, he also guided the students how to prepare best resume for them. Mr. Wahla GM- OPUS Collection Inc discussed with the students for the various aspects of the Mechanical Engineering and he guided the students for facing technical interview. The event ended with the vote of thanks by Mr. Ravi Pratap Singh- Asst. Training and Placement Officer and giving mementos as token of appreciation to the guests.


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Technical Workshop

A “Technical Workshop” for the students of Computer Science Engineering of Universal Institute of Engineering & Technology, Lalru, Mohali was organized within the college campus.

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The objective of this Technical Workshop was to impart knowledge of Hardware & Networking among the students. The theme was “Hardware & Networking Training”. Er. Sachin demonstrate the student about the operation of networking devices and how to secure a network.


The workshop was an informative session. Wherein the basic components of hardware and networking were demonstrated and then the components were exhibited to the students to have a look and feel of it with a greater understanding of each. These lessons on components of computer hardware became more interesting with every component held at hand.

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There was a live installation process of windows 7 which benefited the students with the basic knowledge on booting the system. Er. Sachin also demonstrated the assembling of the CPU with all its components. He briefed on the process of detecting virus and deletes them using the task manager . He also elaborated the features of the various kinds of CPU and RAM.

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The students learn to install a new operating system and to assemble the CPU. The workshop ended with an open session where students clarified on various aspects of computer hardware and networking. In this way students gain immense knowledge on networks .In the end we would like to thanks worthy Chairman, Director Academics, Principal and all the dignitaries for becoming the part of workshop.

GST On Education

The Government has said education won’t end up plainly costly under the Goods and Services Tax (GST) that was implemented on 1st July 2017. School education and the services given to instructive organizations are absolved from tax under GST.  There is no change made in any matter related to education, except to diminish tax rate on specific items related of education, for example, school bag and so on.


National scheme like Mid-day meal, housekeeping, security, Cleaning performed in the instructive institutions up to higher secondary classes are excluded from goods and services tax. Services like school admission and examination are also excluded under GST.  Facilities provided to students, teachers and staff like transportation up to higher school education are also excluded under GST.  Mid-day meals and other catering services provided in Central Government Schools, State Government Schools and Union territory Schools upto higher secondary classes are excluded under goods and services tax.

Accordingly, education up to Higher Secondary School level does not endure GST and furthermore on the majority of the vital services. A portion of the services like canteen, transport provided by private players to instructive foundations were liable to benefit impose in pre-GST period and the same is proceeded in GST regime.

Moreover, services by Charity related to the development and growth of skills for destitute, orphaned, abandoned, mentally or physically disabled, students and persons are also excluded under goods and services tax.

There may be chances that education for certificate courses could go up as input tax credit is accessible for essential education. Any foundation providing education above higher secondary where degree is not perceived under law would not have the capacity to assert input credit

BSEB Bihar Board Class 10th Result 2017

Bihar School Examination Board (BSEB) has declared results of BSEB Bihar Board Class 10th Result. Students who are looking for the results can check the results from the official website of Bihar Board ie. http://www. biharboard.ac.in .

BSEB Bihar Board Class 10th Result 2017

How to check BSEB Bihar Board Class 10th Result 2017?

Following are the steps to check BSEB Bihar Board Class 10th Result 2017:-

  • Visit the official Website of the Bihar Board http://www.biharboard.ac.in
  • Click on Result Section
  • Enter Your Roll Number and Name as mention on the Admit Card.
  • Then, click on Submit Button.
  • Check the result.
  • Save the Result or Keep the printout of the Result

CBSE NEET Exam Results 2017 to be Declared Today

The CBSE has declared the NEET Exam results 2017 at 10:43 AM on 23 June 2017.  Students who are looking for the results can check it on the official website of the CBSE NEET.

CBSE NEET Exam Results 2017

This year in 2017 about 12 lakh students appeared in the CBSE NEET Exam Results 2017. Out of which 10.5 lakh students have taken the examination in Hindi or English whereas the remaining 1.25 lakh students had selected other languages.

How to check CBSE NEET Exam Results 2017?

– Visit the official website of the CBSE NEET i.e http://www.cbseneet.nic.in.

– Click on the CBSE NEET Result 2017.

– A new page will open. Now enter your roll number as mention on the admit card.

– The result will appear. Take it out of printouts for future references.