Dean (sw)

Welcome all the students of BIT Group of Institutions, Meerut and congratulate them for their decision to be a part of BIT family The Office of the Dean Students’ Welfare functions to support students for their all round development. It looks after the welfare of the students with active support from the Student representatives, Faculty and Administration. There is a Students’ forum which caters to the students’ interests and promotes their overall development. As the Dean – Students’ Welfare, I assure you that you will have an amazing experience at BIT Group of Institutions.


Mr. Sunil Bansal
Dean Students
Welfare BIT Group of Institutions

 

List of Wardens – Hostel Wise

Name of WardenHostelContact Details
Mr Ahmad SaadiqVivekanand HostelAssistant Professor: Department of CE Tel.: 0121 – 2440460, 2440472 E-Mail : saadiqcivil@gmail.com
Mr Neeraj SahuVivekanand HostelAssistant Professor: Department of CE Tel.: 0121 – 2440460, 2440472 E-Mail : nsahu2126@gmail.com
Mr Praveen SherawatShivaji HostelSports Officer Tel.: 0121 – 2440460, 2440472 Mob:9456260478
Mr Kapil KhullarShivaji HostelAssistant System Administrator Tel: 0121 – 2440460, 2440472 E-mail: kapil.bitmeerut@gmail.com
Mr Praveen SherawatShivaji HostelAssistant Professor: Department of Pharmacy Tel.: 0121 – 2440460, 2440472 E-Mail : gari2193@gmail.com
Ms Vidushi NarayanShivaji HostelAssistant Professor: Department of Pharmacy Tel.: 0121 – 2440460, 2440472 E-Mail : vidushinarayan222@gmail.com

 

The office of the counselling services aims at helping students reach their highest academic and personal potential. This may involve helping
with personal, learning and career concerns and promoting success and wellness among them. The office provides a confidential atmosphere in
which the students can explore any topic or situation and discuss any concerns they may have. The students are helped to work through their
problems, to develop self-awareness and to overcome problems. The office offers free counselling to students on individual or group
basis.
Students can avail various types of counselling services at College:
Academic Counselling:
The College provides counselling related to academic choices during the admissions process to enable students to decide upon their course of
study. Teachers are always available within College and students can approach them with their academic problems.
Career counselling:
The College organizes talks with experts from various fields for the students to learn about prospective careers. For example, the Alumni
Cell of the College organises sessions in which career related queries of students are answered by College alumni.
Personal Counselling:
The College employ a qualified Counsellor who helps students with their psychological and emotional problems.

BIT Group of Institutions, Meerut

 

2019-2020 STUDENT HANDBOOK

YOUR RESPONSIBILITIES, RIGHTS,

AND CODE OF CONDUCT

www.bitmeerut.co.in

Grateful acknowledgment is extended to the following people who worked to produce this publication to benefit the
students, parents, and staff of BIT GROUP OF INSTITUTIONS.

Handbook Committee Chair

Professor Prabal Chakravorty

Attorneys

Mr.Arvind Raja Dr.Vinay Pratap Singh Mr.Sunil Bansal

Layout

Mr.Nitish Verma

2019-2020 Revision Committee

Mrs.Sushma Sirohi Mr.Saurabh Gupta Mr. Ahmad Saadik

PERSONAL  INFORMATION Name:

Mr./Ms………………………………………………… Father’s Name………………………………………………… Mother’s Name………………………………………………… Program……………………………………………………. Reg. No. ………………………………………………… Roll No. ……………………………………………. Date of Birth………………………………………………… Blood Group………………………………………………… Place of stay: Hostel/Home/Others………………………………………………… Permanent Address…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… Local Address…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… Telephone No. a) Parents……………………………………Student………………………………… E-mail ID: Parents……………………………………Student………………………………… Height…………………………………………………cm Weight………………………………kg
In case using personal vehicle:
Type of Vehicle: Two wheelers/Four Wheeler
Vehicle Registration No: …………………………………………………
Name, Address, and Phone No. of the person to be contacted/informed in case of emergency……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Name of the Mentor (assigned by the college)…………………………………………………

OUR GOALS SHORT TERM GOALS

  • Strive for excellence
  • Provide transparency in the system
  • Choice of excellent discipline(s) and application of modern techniques
  • for providing a better platform for learning
  • Excellent academic ambiance

LONG TERM GOALS

I. Promote analytical capability, creativity and ability to synthesize through a dedicated team of qualified and experienced teachers II. Focus and attention on project-based learning III. Focus and attention on emerging engineering disciplines IV. Promotion of R&D activities and establishment of effective Industry- Institute interaction/synergy V. Achieving Centre of Excellence

RULES FOR ACADEMIC DISCIPLINE

I. Every student is required to attend all the lectures, practicals and other co-curricular activities. The attendance is condoned up to 25% on medical ground and other genuine reasons beyond the control of students. Thus the student enrolled is required to register 75% attendance to become eligible to appear in the sessional tests and End Semester Theory and Practical Examinations.

II. Every student must compulsory appear in all the tests, complete all assignments including tutorial and project work, etc., given by different teachers within the specified time period. Students should bear in mind that internal assessment marks are based on their performance in these academically indispensable aspects and any failure in this regard would be deemed expedient for the student concerned.

III. Evaluation of performance in tests, tutorials, assignments and project work as well as attendance record shall be made by the faculty for the purpose of an award of internal assessment marks. Such marks awarded by the faculty would be final and binding subject to modulation by Dean/Director and no complaint in this regard shall be entertained.

IV. Late entry and interim/early departure from the classroom, lab, etc. are strictly prohibited.

V. All students must be inside the lecture halls/laboratories during lecture hours and lab sessions. Roaming in the corridors, the cafeteria, or any other part of the campus during lectures/tutorials/practicals amounts to serious violation of the academic code of conduct.

VI. The student is not allowed to engage in sports/games or any other activities during lectures/tutorials/practical classes.

VII. Not posting any irrelevant, antisocial, anti-national or obscene content on any social media like facebook, WhatsApp, etc.

VIII. Writing Names, slogans, sticking of posters, pamphlets on the walls of college are strictly prohibited.

IX. Not to involve in any kind of action that may cause damage to college property.

Placement Opportunities Provided – 2018

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