The R & D Centre for Bicycle & Sewing Machine has been set up in the year of 1981-82 by Punjab Government with the assistance of UNDP/UNIDO. The Centre is built on an area of 7.5 acres and is having 115 personnel. UNDP/UNIDO has contributed US $ 3.05 million while Punjab Government has contributed Rs.66.0 million. The main objective of this project is to assist the small / medium scale industries to modernize and upgrade their quality levels compatible with international standards through adoption of new technologies of manufacturing and quality control. Bicycle industry being one of the first engineering industries to have been developed in India. The Bicycle & Sewing Machine components manufacturing is mostly in the hands of medium and small scale units. These units with financial constraints are unable to improve their product quality to compete in the emerging global market. Keeping in view the requirements and potential of the bicycle and bicycle parts industry & Sewing Machine and Sewing machine parts industry, two of major industries of state, the Punjab Government have established this Research & Development Centre at Ludhiana under the administrative control of Department of Industries, Punjab. The R&D Centre is established as a Govt. Society under Societies Act 1860.

Why R & D?


Session will start from 15-july-2013 onward for 2nd and 3rd year


*Bhangra Group Stood 3rd

*Our Vollyball taem stood 2nd at State Level

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In modern CNC systems, end-to-end component design is highly automated using (CAD) and computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) programs.


A machine is a tool consisting of one or more parts that is constructed to achieve a particular goal. Machines are powered devices, usually mechanically, chemically, thermally or electrically powered, and are frequently motorized.



Human Rights Commission has taken act of ragging very seriously. The college administration has adopted zero tolerance policy in this regard and sufficient measures have been taken by the college administration to prevent the act of ragging in the campus and outside. One anti ragging committee consists of senior faculty members and students have been formed in the institute to ensure zero ragging.

Following are the members of college anti ragging committee:

  • A.K. Ahluwalia, H.O.D. (Prod & Indl. Engg.)
  • H.S. Bains, H.O.D. (Mechanical Engg.)
  • R.S. Bains, H.O.D. (Automobile Engg.)
  • Manpreet Singh, H.O.D. (Applied Science)
  • Sukhdev Singh, Lect Automobile
  • Pardeep Lohat, Lect Mechanical Engg
  • Paramjeet Singh, Lect Prod &Indl. Engg
  • Mrs Amandeep Kaur, Lect Computer Engg
  • Uma Pandey & Ajit Singh, Lect. Chemistry
  • Mohit Shoor,Mechanical Engg
  • VinayKumat & Munish Kumar Tomar, Automobile Engg
  • Surpal Singh , Sumit Negi,Prod. &Indl Engg
  • Gagandeep Kaur, Samriti Computer Engg