|Course Name||Rating||Total Fee|
Bachelor of Technology [B.Tech]
4Years Full Time 60 Seats Per Course
SUS College of Engineering and Technology is known for its high end education and a global centre for quality education in the technical field. Students enrolling here can look forward to enjoy a first class academic experience at a beautiful location. Beyond studies also, there is a world and the College aims to groom their students just for that something and grasp it within their reach. The students also enjoy equal opportunities at academics as well as extracurricular activities. This is a student centered educational institution where the students are prepared to face global changes occurring in various fields. Once the students complete their education, they can look forward to an exciting career in their chosen field. Amazing learning and global level qualifications make the students succeed in their future professional life.
Facts and Figures
Shaheed Udham Singh Group of Institutions, Tangori
Punjab Technical University, Jalandhar, Punjabi University, Patiala
35000 Books on various Engineering and General subjects; 62 National and 6 International Journal
400 computers in a state of the art computer lab (14 labs each with 25 systems); FOSS Lab, IBM Lab
Boys hostel with a capacity to accommodate 500 students andÃ‚Â girls hostel with a capacity to accommodate 550 students
Number of Companies visited
Average Package offered
1.8 Lakh per annum
Average Highest Package Offered
3.16 Lakh per annum
Engineers Day Celebrations, Mathematics Competition and various other events; Robotics Club and Innovative Club
How to Reach
21 KM from ISBT Chandigarh, direct rail link with Mohali
Why to Join SUS College of Engineering and Technology?
1. Attractive Scholarships boosting and assisting students: Students who are wards or children of the employees of SUS College of Engineering and Technology can get 25 percent concession in fees. Students getting more than 90 percent marks in 1st year engineering get 100 percent fees concession in the entire semister.