To inculcate a sense of simplicity, uniformity, and equality in the minds of students, they are required to wear institute uniform:
While in the Institute’s workshop, every student must wear navy blue dangri / overalls both from the point of view of safety and efficiency.
As Per IKG Punjab Technical University, Kapurthala:
Established in 1997, the Institute is spread over a sprawling campus on the Rama Mandi-Hoshiarpur Road, Jalandhar. The Institute consists of a three storied main building, separate modern hostel accommodation for boys and girls with an intake capacity of 78 for girls and 73 for boys, separate dining halls and common rooms, two warden’s residences besides a residence for the Director and a guest house. The campus is spread over an area of about 6 acres with lush green lawns, modern lecture theatres, air-conditioned conference hall with latest PA system, state-of-the-art air-conditioned computer-cum IT labs, Hardware Lab and Audio Visual Lab with aids like LCD Projectors, OHPs, etc. The Institute is approved by the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) & Govt. of Punjab and is affiliated to Punjab Technical University, Jalandhar. The Institute has been made an innovation center under an Innovation Programme of CII-TDB T NET.
Student activities are focused on the development of the individual's professional and personal growth. Students get ample opportunities to give expression to their creative energies and develop skills through sports events, cultural events, etc. In order to monitor and accelerate extracurricular activities among students, the Institute has constituted the following student committees with a Faculty Coordinator:
The Institute's placement activities are coordinated by a committee comprising elected student representatives, faculty members with Training and Placement Officer as the Placement Coordinator. It acts as a liaisoning agency between the Institute and the industry.
AIM believes in holistic all-round development of the students beyond that of pure academics. The Committee provides the students with a platform within and outside the Institute to bring out the best of their talents. Other than sending teams to various competitions organised by other B-Schools and colleges, a number of in-house contests are also hosted.
Physical activities are encouraged and recognised as facilitators of tough physical and mental endurance. This committee organises a lot of sporting and allied inter and intra institute sports activities like Volleyball, Cricket, Basketball, Badminton, Table Tennis, Chess matches, etc.
Every effort is made to keep in constant touch with our valued alumni. Their continued patronage in the form of guest lectures, training & placement and regular feedback immensely help the students in getting an informal perspective of corporate life.
The Institute has two units of NSS of 100 volunteers each with two faculty coordinators. These units organise various social activities like blood donation camps, tree plantation, road safety and general health awareness programs within the campus & surrounding rural areas.
The Institute has a Training and Placement Cell headed by the Training and Placement Officer. The office has been provided with the necessary infrastructure and secretarial assistance to enable it to function smoothly.
The Cell publishes brochures for the MBA and MCA batches, as well as the Quarterly Newsletter.
There is a time bound, set procedure for both the courses. Accordingly, the following activities are performed:
Campus placements are organised on mutually convenient dates. A candidate is officially deemed selected on receipt of written communication from the organization in context.
Under the University curriculum, all students of MBA and BBA have to undergo a mandatory 6-8 weeks of training after the end of their second and fourth semester respectively. Towards the end, the Institute has the following mechanism:
MCA students have to undergo six months’ training under the University guidelines, during the sixth semester. The basic mechanism for them remains the same, with the only difference being that the task of arranging the training is much more elaborate, i.e. training is considered as Training-cum-Placement and hence, all the activities are conducted in accordance with that viz. formation of the Placement Cell, printing of brochure, mailing of brochure, presentations made by students and faculty members in different places like New Delhi, Noida, Gurugram, Chandigarh, Ludhiana and campus interviews. Thereafter, the process remains the same as above.
For continuous counseling of each and every student at the Institute throughout his/ her stay, the Punjab Technical University has devised a system of tutorials. Teachers are appointed as advisors for a batch of 15-20 students. A Chief Counselor is also appointed to coordinate activities of the advisors. A list of such advisors is also sent to the University. In order to make the advisory system more effective, records are maintained by the advisors and their functions are clearly defined as follows:
Every advisor is expected to maintain the following records in a file of each student allotted to him/ her:
In the beginning of each academic session, the Chief Counselor calls a meeting of all the advisors of the Institute and discusses with them the various issues related to the advisory system. The Chief Counselor also allots the newly admitted students to the Advisors in consultation with the Director of the Institute. It is the responsibility of the Chief Counselor to ensure that the advisory system is being followed in the Institute in the right spirit.
Campus Gate : Opening 06:30 am Closing 07:00 pm
Hostel Gate : Opening 06:00 am Closing 07:30 pm
Campus Gate : Opening 07:30 am Closing 05:30 pm
Hostel Gate : Opening 06:00 am Closing 06:00 pm
Campus Gate : Opening 05:30 am Closing 09:00 pm
Hostel Gate : Opening 05:00 am Closing 10:30 pm
Campus Gate : Opening 07:30 am Closing 09:00 pm
Hostel Gate : Opening 06:00 am Closing 09:30 pm
AIM Library, through its well-qualified professional staff, provides the following services:
The Library shall remain open for members on all working days from 9:30 am to 6:00 pm except on holidays observed and notified by the authority.
The following timings shall be observed for the various functions and services being rendered by the Library staff:
There shall be a Library Committee to advice for proper development and smooth functioning of the Library. The authority will constitute a Committee consisting of the Director as Chairman, Librarian as Secretary and members nominated by the Director.
The role of the Library Committee will be advisory.
Staff and the students of the Institute are allowed to draw books for home reading / study on loan as per norms fixed as under:
No. of Books to be Drawn
Period of Loan
Post Graduate Students
Terms and Conditions of Loan