Visit of World Bank delegation and Central Project Advisor, NPIU

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Mr. Cristian Aedo, Education Practice Manager, The World Bank and Ms. Namrata Tognatta, Education Specialist, The World Bank along with Dr. P.M. Khodke, Central Project Advisor, NPIU visited Punjab Engineering College, Chandigarh on 26th October' 2018 under TEQIP-III project.

The World Bank delegation was welcomed by Dr. Sanjay Batish, Coordinator (TEQIP-III). Further, Prof. Uma Batra, Director, Punjab Engineering College had given a presentation on department-wise outcomes and achievements made under TEQIP-II and the progress achieved till date under TEQIP-III. The delegates from World Bank had an interaction with the Director, Deans, HODs, Centre Heads, Head CIM and Senior Librarian.

On the sidelines of the visit, delegation visited the Infrastructure facilities created through TEQIP. The visit was held to make the World Bank officials aware about the impact of TEQIP Project in Punjab Engineering College, Chandigarh.

The delegates appreciated the progress made by Punjab Engineering College under TEQIP Project.

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