• Printing Technology
  • Department Profile
    VISION

    “To tap the aesthetic, artistic, and creative skills in women candidates and mould them into responsible and adaptive Printing Engineers who can become efficient employees or successful entrepreneurs and responsible citizens”.

    MISSION

    M1: To provide quality education in Printing Technology for women students.
    M2: To inculcate self-learning and experimental talents required of an entrepreneur.
    M3: To prepare them to apply the concepts and values for a better living.


    The Department was started in 1996, during the inception of Faculty of Engineering.

    • This is one of the very few universities in India offering a Bachelor’s Degree in Printing Technology and is the only institute offering it exclusively for women.
    • The Department is well-equipped with infrastructure, there is also an in-house printing unit with a ore-oress section, mini offset and post press machines and the University Press.
    • The Department also has facilities such as recycled paper making unit and ceramic mug printing unit, which gives students knowledge and exposure beyond the curriculum.
    • The Department has strong association with Industries all over India and through this linkage, students undergo internships, visit industries even to secure presses, have won the Best Student awards annually and bag scholarships.
    • Well qualified faculty members get themselves updated on recent trends in the industry with regular faculty trainings and are invited as speakers and committee members by the industry.
    • The Department has been recording 100% placement all these years. There is a huge need for Printing Engineers in the Print sector and our students are well placed every year.
    Programmes offered:
    1. B.E – Printing Technology
    2. Ph.D – Printing Technology
    Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs) for B.E.

    Bachelor of Engineering (B.E.) programme is based on Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) and Outcome Based Education (OBE) pattern.
    PEO I: To provide student graduates a strong foundation in science & technology required for better living with an interdisciplinary approach.
    PEO II: To prepare the graduates to identify and analyze engineering problems in Print and allied sectors.
    PEO III: To give students project-based education with mathematical and simulation techniques and tools so as to enable them to easily adapt to new environments and emerging technologies.
    PEO IV: To inculcate humanitarian concerns and ethics in students integrated with capacity building skills to apply the acquired knowledge for the environment, society and under-privileged community.

    Programme Specific Outcomes for B.E.:

    PSO1 :To facilitate students with technology, along hands-on experience in print and allied skill that will enable them to enter any vertical of Print-Pack Industry
    PSO2 : To provide students with engineering experience side by side with human values, environmental and societal concerns

  • Programmes Offered

    Programmes Offered
    • B.E   Printing Technology
    • Ph.D   Printing Technology

    Eligibility

    • B.E Printing Technology : As per AICTE norms
    • Ph.D Printing Technology : M.E /M.Tech in Printing , Packaging, Publishing / Relevant specialisation. The candiate should clear the Ph.D Entrance Test and Interview.
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  • Facilities

    The department laboratories are highly equipped as per the curriculum and students get practical and real time knowledge using our fully equipped Press units, students are trained for Application based /product based assignments and Lab works using this high end Press Units.

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  • News Letter and Magazines
    S.No Issue Year Newsletter
    1 Vol.5 No.1 2019 Volume 5 PT News letter
    2 Vol.4 No.1 2018 Volume 4 PT News letter