Agricultural Engineering

There are numerous engineering courses available in our country but selecting the right course has become very difficult for the students. Along with the traditional engineering courses some Universities and Colleges offering new branches in the field of engineering. Agricultural Engineering is among the engineering subjects which are showing a positive growth in our country.

Agricultural Engineering

Agriculture is the backbone of Indian Economy. Hence there is lots of scope in this field. Agricultural Engineering is playing an important role in building the new India.  Agricultural Engineering is the branch of modern engineering which deals with the design, construction and advancement of farming tools and machinery.

Agricultural Engineering

Agricultural Engineering is the branch of engineering that connected engineering science and technology to the proficient generation and processing of food, fuels, fibre, feed etc.  Agricultural Engineering course is based on the principles of plant biology, chemical engineering, animal biology, mechanical engineering, civil engineering and electrical engineering.

Eligibility and Courses

Agricultural Engineering is a four year undergraduate program which is divided into 8 semesters.  The minimum eligibility criteria are 10+2 with Physics, Chemistry and Maths.  Agriculture Business and Marketing, Agriculture Machinery, Dairy Engineering, Environment Science, Food Processing and Quality, Food storage, Irrigation Engineering, Land Surveying and Levelling, Mechanics of Solids, Product Preservation, Renewable Energy sources, Soil Mechanics, Water Resource Management etc are some of the subjects which are covered during the courses tenure.

Career Prospect

Agricultural Engineering branch is very highly job oriented.  The course ensures a very bright future.  Companies like AMUL Dairy, Escorts, Frigorifico Allana, ITC, Nestle, PRADAN,  Proagro Seed offers attractive salary packages to the Agricultural Engineers.

Job profile

Following are the Job roles which are handled by Agricultural Engineer:-

  • Agricultural Crop Engineer
  • Agricultural Engineer
  • Agricultural Inspector
  • Agricultural Specialist
  • Agronomist
  • Environmental Controls Engineer
  • Farm Shop Manager
  • Food Supervisor
  • Microbiologist
  • Plant Physiologist
  • Researcher
  • Soil Scientist
  • Survey Research Agricultural Engineer

 

Petroleum Engineering

Petroleum Engineering is a branch of engineering which deals with the exploration, extraction, recuperation, refining, processing of crude oils to produce various petroleum products such as gasoline, diesel, heating oil , natural gas etc.

Petroleum Engineering

Petroleum engineers work with geologists to comprehend the geologic formation and properties of the rock containing the oil.  Petroleum engineers apply the safest methods to extract the crude and monitor the overall procedure.  They are also involved in designing the equipment for overall process. Petroleum engineers depend intensely on computer models to reenact supply execution utilizing distinctive recovery methods.

Petroleum Engineering requires decent information of numerous other fields, for example, Artificial Lift Systems, Drilling, Economics, Formation Evaluation, Geophysics, Oil and Gas Facilities Engineering, Petroleum Geology, Reservoir Engineering, Reservoir Simulation, Well Engineering etc.  Analytical skills, Creativity, Interpersonal skills, Math skills, Problem-solving skills are the skills needed to become a successful Petroleum Engineer.

Job Profile

The petroleum Engineering is divided into three parts.

Upstream

The upstream sector incorporates searching and extraction for potential underground or submerged raw petroleum and gaseous petrol fields and accordingly boring and working the wells that recuperates and brings the raw petroleum or crude natural gas to the surface.

Midstream

The midstream includes the transportation by means of freight ship, oil tanker, pipeline, rail, truck and stockpiling of crude and refine petroleum products.

Downstream Sector

The downstream includes the process of refining, processing and purifying of oil raw petroleum. The field also includes the process of marketing and distribution. The downstream division achieves customers through items, for example, Asphalt, Diesel , Fuel oils, Gasoline or Petrol, Heating oil, Jet fuel, Kerosene, Liquefied Petroleum gas (LPG), Lubricants, Natural gas, Waxes etc.

Future Prospects

Heavy demand of oil based products and broadened part of these engineers require a decent number of trained engineers. Career prospects are very alluring in this division as oil organizations offer appealing packages to Petroleum Engineers. Organizations like Bharat Petroleum, HPCL, Indian Oil, ONGC, GAIL procure these engineers for oil exploration and related works.

Careers Related to Petroleum Engineers

  • Supervisor
  • Sales Engineers
  • Reservoir engineers
  • Processor
  • Petroleum refining
  • Petroleum geologists
  • Materials Engineers
  • Industrial Engineers
  • Industrial Engineering Technicians
  • Geoscientists
  • Drilling engineers
  • Completions engineers
  • Chemists and Materials Scientists
  • Architectural and Engineering Managers

Universal Group of Institutions

Universal Group of Institutions is self financed, institute headed by a body of academicians and set up by Universal Educational Society to provide world class quality education to students. It has been conceptualized by Mr. Gurpreet Singh the Chairman, a great visionary.

Universal Group of Institutions

The institute is duly approved by AICTE, New Delhi, and Punjab Govt. It is affiliated to I.K Gujral Punjab Technical University (PTU), Jalandhar, and Punjab State Board of Technical Education & Industrial Training (PSBTE & IT), Chandigarh. It got ISO quality certification in the very first year of its inception.

Universal Group of Institutions

Universal Group of Institutions endeavours to plan several programs that will support education, social development & empowerment to communities in the North Indian region. Towards “Creating a thinking Professional” our efforts are aimed at higher benchmarks and process of refinement. We look forward to our students for their continued support in our journey forward with a vision to create “An institute with a difference”. Joining this institute will really prepare students to meet the unforeseen ventures of life. Accomplishing education here will make qualitatively different human being who will be in position to manifest his dreams.

Universal Group of Institutions

Our Institutions

Vision

“To provide education that transforms ideas into actions, opportunities into global advantage, capabilities into successful career and dreams into realities”

Mission

Universal Group of Institutions focuses to commit itself, for delivering the best possible educational experience and learning opportunities to assert the standard and to fulfill future goals.

 International Tie-Ups

The ultimate aim of an education program is to develop competent manpower able enough to be readily absorbed in the industrial world. Universal Group of Institutions undertakes the responsibility of providing 100% placement assistance to our students. Presently, India is going through a phase of industrial growth and has seen setting up of many small business and rise of the Indian corporations to the global scale. As a result, there has been an increasing demand for quality manpower.

Universal Group of Institutions

Eminent people from business, industry and professions would be invited on a regular basis to address our students. This would enable our students to be in touch with latest trends in technology and also to interact with personalities with long years of experience and knowledge. Our faculty will also keep in touch with the industries and institutions keen to develop themselves in this field. The Universal Group of Institutions is willing to maintain very close tie-up programs with the industrial and commercial sectors abroad, ascertain their required demand for the technical personnel and motivate our students and parents to accept the placements abroad.

Campus Facilities

Lecture Halls

Institute has ergonomically and acoustically designed lecture halls that reinforce a student-centered style of instruction. The Institute provides adequate number of well designed smart classrooms. The classrooms are equipped with multimedia and audio-visual equipment to facilitate effective learning. They are designed to promote maximum interaction between the faculty and the students.

Communication Laboratory

The institution has a communication skills laboratory equipped with software from Globerna Technologies which provides the students with training through group di s cus s ions , inter v iew s k i l l s , verba l abi l it y, comprehension skills and responding skills as well. Aiming at infusing a flair for better spoken skills & leadership qualities in its students, the college holds sessions to help them fit well in the vacancies available for graduates in various fields. We are also the member of British Library

Conference Room & Seminar Hall

Conference room & Seminar Hall are aesthetically well designed and furnished in a state of the art fashion. Seminar hall is well equipped with audio visual aids such as computer, LCD projector and public address system for conducting seminars/conferences and undertaking discussion oriented activities.

Dispensary

The students are provided with immediate free medical attention in the campus through the services of qualified doctors.

Transportation

Fleet of buses maintained for conveyance from Chandigarh, Panchkula, Mohali, Patiala, Ambala and other important towns.

Hostels

Excellent hostels with the best possible facilities are available for boys and girls separately as per the following details : – Well-furnished rooms – Clean homely environment – Indoor & Outdoor games facilities – Fresh Hygienic Food – Common room for students – MI room has been provided in the hostel.

Library

The Institute has a well equipped library which caters the needs of students and teachers. Besides course related books, the library also stocks with general and technical books. The library also includes large number of national and international periodicals. The library resource center is fully automated and for this we have specialized user-friendly library software. The library has adopted latest technologies like CD, DVD, Multimedia Kits, Bar code Scanners, Text and Graphic Scanners.

Cafeteria & Tuck – Shops

Refreshment joints throughout history have always been the ideal centers all over the world where brilliant minds congregate and great concepts originate. It is also the place where diverse cultures meet and new ways of life flourish. The institute has created well organized spaces for cafeteria and refreshments.

Stationery Shop

To meet the daily needs of books, note books & other stationery, institute has set up a stationery shop in the campus.

Sports & Games

UGI provides indoor and outdoor games facilities to the students for their overall development. Institute also provides opportunities to students to participate in Annual Intra and Inter College Tournaments.

Workshop on the “Impact of GST”

The Workshop was hosted by Universal Institute of Management & Technology  on “IMPACT OF GST” .The workshop had brainstorming sessions facilitated by eminent resources persons on the subtopics apart from presentation.

Impact of GST

The workshop was held on 27.09.2017(Wednesday) in seminar hall of admin block from 11.00 A.M.  to 1.00 P.M.

Mr.Harsimran Singh,Inspector, GST Audit Commisionerate, Chandigarh as Speaker and Mr. Anil Khanna,  Chartered Accountant, Proprietor of M/s J.R.Khanna & Co.,as Chief Guest ,were the renowned personalities to grace the occasion.

They have delivered that Goods & Services Tax Law in India is a comprehensivemulti-stagedestination-based tax that will be levied on every value addition.

GST is an indirect tax levied on the supply of goods and services. GST Law has replaced many indirect tax laws that previously existed in India.

They shared their views on mechanism of GST implementation, its advantages over cascading effect.

Overall it was an interactive and immense knowledge sharing session.

NSS Day Celebration

Universal Group of Institution Celebrated National Service Scheme (NSS) Day on 26th Sep 2017 though the day is celebrated on 24th September every year.  The main objective of the event was to give students the introduction about NSS and to encourage them in taking part in various community services according to their own will. This enhances the personality of students and helps them to understand the community in which they will work.

NSS Day Celebration

In this event, the introduction about NSS was given by Mr. Munish Kainth, NSS Officer. Mr. Sanjeev Kumar & Mr. Rajdeep Singh, Member, NSS Cell also shared some words with the students on the reflection of NSS. The students were also told about the previous semester activities and forthcoming activities to be done by NSS Cell.

Abstract:

As per the motto “Not Me But You”, a student must understand the essence of democratic living and upholds the need for selfless service and appreciation of the other person’s point of view and also to show consideration for fellow human beings.

24th Sep is celebrated every year as NSS Day with appropriate programmes and activities. We celebrated the same on 26th Sep 2017 in UIET.

In this event, the introduction about NSS was given through power point presentation by Mr. Munish Kainth, NSS Officer. Mr. Sanjeev Kumar & Mr. Rajdeep Singh, Member, NSS Cell also shared some words with the students on the reflection of NSS. The students were also told about the previous semester activities and forthcoming activities to be done by NSS Cell.

Details of the Event:

The complete development of a person not only includes education, sports and personality development but also include the social development. In today’s era, social quotient (SQ) has more importance than the intelligent quotient (IQ). The activities in NSS help a person to increase its SQ. Students were told about the NSS activities through power point presentations by Mr. Munish Kainth, NSS Officer, UIET.

The presentation includes:

  1. Introduction to NSS
  2. Objectives
  3. Importance of Symbol of NSS
  4. Coverage areas of NSS all over India
  5. Significance of Motto of NSS
  6. Classification of various activities in NSS
  7. Awards in NSS
  8. Activities under NSS in Last Semester
  9. Forth coming activities under NSS

Outcomes:

  1. An environment of selfless service was created and the students were encouraged to do such kind of activities.
  2. Students get aware about the importance of NSS activities.
  3. Various students were found interested for doing NSS activities as selfless volunteers.

Conclusion:

This type of event is important in order to give the students a push in order to come forward as volunteers for doing various social activities. This will helps in overall development of them and ultimately lead them to become a better person.