PEC Alumna awarded on Independence Day

 Independence Day pec 2022
 Independence Day pec 2022

Punjab Engineering College (Deemed to be University) Chandigarh, alumna Palak Mahajan, Flying Officer, received a commendation certificate from the Governor of Punjab and Administrator, Chandigarh, Sh. Banwarilal Purohit during Independence Day celebrations at the Parade ground on 15-08-22.She is an alumnus of PEC from the computer science 2015-2019 batch and Hansraj Public School Panchkula.

Palak has previously received three prestigious awards from Vice Chief of Indian Air Force, Air Marshal Sandeep Singh in the Passing out parade held at the Air Force Technical College (AFTC), Bengaluru on July 8, 2022.

She was presented the President’s Plaque for Best All-Round Officer of the Course, the Chief of Air Staff Award for Best in Aeronautical Engineering Electronics Branch and the Vice President’s Sword for Best in Professional Subjects and at the passing out parade.Palak's younger sister Rhythm Mahajan has also completed her engineering from PEC, Chandigarh and is placed in JPMorgan Chase and Co.

Recent Research Activities

Punjab Engineering College (Deemed to be University), in collaboration with IEEE Region 10, IEEE Chandigarh SubSection, IEEE Delhi Section and Galgotias University, hosted an International Workshop on "Best Practices in Educational Activities Workshop" in hybrid mode ideated by IEEE R-10 Education Activities Committee. IEEE is the world’s largest technical professional organization dedicated to advancing technology for the benefit of humanity.

The Semiconductor Research Centre, Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering conducted a week-long Advanced workshop on ‘Semiconductor Device Design, Fabrication and Characterization’ in technical collaboration with IEEE Chandigarh Subsection and ISSE Chandigarh Chapter. Sh. Dharam Pal, IAS and Adviser to the Administrator was the chief guest for the inaugural ceremony.

Civil Engineering Department, in association with the Indian Institute of Remote Sensing (Department of Space) Dehradun, organized one day workshop titled “Open Source Geospatial Products in Disaster Management.” The primary mandate of the workshop is to create awareness about the various free available software for digital mapping used in disaster management. Participants from Chandigarh Administration, Fire department, DGRE attended the workshop.