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Industrial Visits

Industrial visit has its own importance in a career of a student who is pursuing a professional degree. The main reason behind this, it lets student to know things practically through interaction, working methods and employment practices. Moreover, it gives exposure from academic point of view. Main aim industrial visit is to provide an exposure to students about practical working environment.

Companies Where Students Visit:

       1.     Verka Plant Ludiana

       2.     Pushpa Gujral Science city& many more..

       3.     Coca-Cola Industry Rajpura

       4.     Coca-Cola Industry Ludhiana

and many more...

Industrial Visit at Coca Cola, Ludhiana For M.Sc. Chemistry , Food Technologies Students

Desh Bhagat University Organize Industrial Visit at Coco Cola Ludhiana for BBA, MBA & Food Technologies students An introductory session was conducted by Ms. Sarika Saxena (HR Business Partner) who provided very useful information about the Coca-Cola Company such as:

  • An insight into the historical background of Coca Cola

  • Products offered worldwide i.e. Thumbs Up, Maaza, Sprite, Fanta, Coke and Kinley.

  • Quality Standards followed

  • Various Certifications acquired (ISO 9001,ISO 14000,ISO 50000)

  • Mentioned about every activity happening in the plant like washing of bottles, filling, capping, labeling and packaging.

  • Lastly, she splintered the myths regarding the ill effects of Coca-Cola logically.

After the session the students were taken to the Assembly Line and briefed about the Processes and Operations undertaken by the plant. The curiosity of the students was finally satisfied when a question answer session was conducted by Ms. Sarika. The students were provided with deep insights about the working of the Plant and each and every question was patiently answered by her. The visit was finally concluded around 01:30 pm and the group was offered with snacks and refreshing and unlimited cold drinks by the company. The students left the plant around 01:45 pm. The industrial visit to Coca-Cola was an enriching experience for students in getting live exposure of manufacturing which can help them in their internships and further career enhancement.

Industrial visit at Coca Cola Ludhiana

Coca-Cola Company is manufacturing of Soft drink along with Activated Charcoal, tormo Syrup and also gradually added water and sugar

  • Company is situated in the location of Rajpura Road, This is second company of coca-cola which set up in 2001.

  • Adjustment Tanks for final adjustment of the Finished Products.

  • At line -1 ,All Stainless Steel & Carbon Steel Storage Tanks for manufacturing of soft drink like coke, Limca and also Mazza.

  • Volumetric Sensors are required for the bottle to packed

  • Storage tank and coagulation tank used for softening of water

  • Also Mazza is made by the use of real pulp at 850C mixed

  • After adding pulp then add flavour which is conc raw syrup then pasteurization at 960c temperature

  • At Line -2 there is the filling of soft drinks in bottle in proper manner

  • After preparing soft drink then wastage of this or drain material goes in ATP which Affluent treatment plant here treat the water and then used in green valley

  • Some basic instrument which used in plant their model they was showing in their Lab -1

Industrial Visit Report Verka Plant Ludhiana

Desh Bhagat University Organize industrial Visit for and Diploma 1st year students. Under operation flood-I, the Milk Plant Ludhiana was also setup by the Govt. of India through Indian Dairy Corporation/NDDB. Milk Plant Ludhiana’s Foundation stone was laid by Hon. S. Parkash Singh Badal the then Chief Minister of Punjab in 1970 and was commissioned by Punjab Dairy Development Corporation in 1974 and its inauguration was done by Late Smt. Indira Gandhi, the then Prime Minister of India. The capacity of the plant was 1.00 lakh liter per day. The ownership of the plant was with Punjab Dairy development Corporation up to March, 1983 and the Milk Plant was transfer to Milkfed, Punjab in April, 1983 and further transfer to Milk Union, Ludhiana in April, 1988. Each industry is set up by the efforts of many and later to cater for many. When an industry flourishes, it transforms into a goal for an aspiring start-up who wants to create a similar future for him/her. That starts with the phase of being a student. Thus, many students opt for Commerce stream as a means to fulfill their dreams. Gurmit Kaur and Bhupinder Singh. - Quality Manager of Verka guided all the students regarding the process and manufacturing of milk.. A comfortable environment was provided where students asked their queries and relevant answers were delivered. Overall, the students were enabled to understand concepts from a practical perspective. This endeavor helped boost the zest of students to aspire for establishing themselves as successful entrepreneurs.

Industrial Visit Report -30.9.2016 at Coca-Cola Company ( Rajpura Road) B.Tech ( Food Technology) & M.Sc. ( Chemistry) & HM

Industrial visit of students of B.Tech. ( Food Technology) & M.Sc. (Chemistry) and HM First year & Final year. The total strength of students was 72. The purpose of visiting the Industry was to give an opportunity to the students to learn more about organization, systems, performance and to learn something new. During the visit, students discussed the basic criteria for performance, excellence, category level requirements and gathered information which will help them to make a baseline assessment of current practices. This will go a long way in shaping their knowledge levels and skills.

Research Activities of the Department / Publications / Important Projects:

Title with page nos. Journal ISSN/ISBN NO Whether peer reviewed. Impact factor, if any? No. of Co-authors Whether you are the main author Citation
Comparative analysis of the treatment of Reactive Azo dye using Fenton and photo Fenton treatment International Journal of Advanced Technology in Enggineering and Science ISSN 2348-7550 Impact Factor - 2.87 2
Photo-catalytic treatment of Azo dye: Optimization of Process Parameters Using Response Surface Methodology International Journal of Advanced Technology in Engineering and Science ISSN 2348-7550 Impact Factor-2.87 1
Degradation of a textile reactive azo dye by a coupled chemical-biological process International Journal of Management technology and engineering IJMTE (ISSN NO:2249-7455) Impact Factor-6.3 2
Degradation of a textile reactive azo dye by a coupled chemical-biological process-COMPUTATIONAL ANALYSIS International Journal of Management technology and engineering IJMTE (ISSN NO:2249-7455) Impact Factor-6.3 2
Magnetoelectric effect in lead free piezoelectric Bi1/2Na1/2TiO3–modified CFO based magnetostrictive (Co0.6Zn0.4Fe1.7 Mn0.3O4) particulate nanocomposite prepared by sol-gel Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, Elsevier. ISSN: 0304-8853 Impact Factor: 2.68 4
Improved magnetoelectric effect in lead free [72.5(Bi1/2Na1/2TiO3) –22.5(Bi1/2K1/2TiO3)–5(BiMg1/2Ti1/2O3)]: CoFe2O4 particulate nanocomposites prepared by sol–gel method J Mater Sci: Mater Electron, Springer DOI 10.1007/s10854-016-5862-x Impact Factor: 3.44 3


Existence of strong industry and academic partnership plays a vital role in exchange of ideas and resources which is very essential for any center of learning. The Department of Training & Placement, DBU is committed to bridge this academic industry gap and seek the corporate sector cooperation in producing better engineers to meet today and tomorrow’s needs.

  • Accenture

  • Acme Tele Power Ltd.

  • CBL Mohali

  • DELL

  • Indian Air Force

  • Indian Army

  • Larsen & Toubro Limited.

  • Punjab Tractors Ltd

  • Rockwell Industries Ltd

  • Rockman Cycles Ltd

  • Sonalika

  • Vardhman

  • Preet Tractors

  • CSR forgining Pvt. Ltd. Nabha

  • JREW Engg. Mohali

  • at Globehost India private Limited Mandigobindgarh

Some name of students placed recently:

Student namePlaced
Nadeem AhmadGovt School TARN TARAN
KomalIntas Pharmaceutical ITD Ahmedabad
Indu BalaS.D.School Mandi Gobindgarh
VishalPharmaceutical H.P

Collaborations (MOUs)

Organization with which MOU is signed Name of Institution/ Industry/ Corporate houseYear of Signing MOUDurationList the actual activities under each MOUNumber of students/ teachers participated under MOUs
IIT Delhi, Virtual LabsIIT Delhi, Virtual Labs20154 months Virtual Lab ConnectivityStudents: ECE/EE:149 CSE:256 ME: 270 Applied Sciences: 100 Teachers: 2
FOSS , IIT Bombay FOSS , IIT Bombay 2015Spoken Tutorial Based Software training, incorporation of technology enabled Learning Students: Teachers:
Entrepreneurship Development Institute of India (EDI) Entrepreneurship Development Institute of India (EDI)2017Project guidance for open learning programme in Entrepreneurship Faculty: 2
Equity Score, USA Equity Score, USA 2017Continued Set up incubator on Herbal Cosmetics & Physiotherapy, Information and communitication technology Faculty: 4
TIE ,Chandigarh TIE ,Chandigarh2017Continued Events related to EDPFaculty: 5
NITTTR , Chandigarh NITTTR , Chandigarh2017Continued Training and R&D in the area of ITC ,Rural Development and Livelihood Generation Faculty: 10
Cyber Defence Intelligence Consulting LLP,Mohali, PunjabCyber Defence Intelligence Consulting LLP,Mohali, Punjab20171 Year Technical training to Btech and MCA students Faculty: 5, Students: 40
Dr B.R .Ambedkar National Institute of Technology (NIT), JalandharDr B.R. Ambedkar National Institute of Technology(NIT), Jalandhar20185 yearsInformation on teaching , research and education programme. Jointly organize seminars/workshopsEngineering students:100, Faculty: 17
NSIC-Technical Services Center(NSIC-TSC) , Rajpura, PunjabNSIC-Technical Services Center(NSIC-TSC), Rajpura, Punjab2017Renewed every year Training on growth of micro and medium Enterprises in the countryFinal year students, Faculty:10
Solitaire Infosys, Mohali, Punjab Solitaire Infosys, Mohali, Punjab 2017Continued Training in technical skillsFaculty and students of various streams, Students-18
Prabhat ,Heavy Forge PVT, LTD , Mandi Gobindgarh , Punjab Prabhat ,Heavy Forge PVT, LTD , Mandi Gobindgarh , Punjab2017Continued Technical skills training Faculty and students of Mechanical Engineering, Students=10
Allosoft Solutions and services , PVT LTD , Mohali,Punjab Allosoft Solutions and services , PVT LTD , Mohali,Punjab 2017Continued Technical skills training Faculty and students of Mechanical Engineering and Computer Science & Engineering Students=10
I.K Gujral Technical University,Jalandhar, PunjabI.K Gujral Technical University,Jalandhar, Punjab20185 years Collaborations in academics, research and Education Faculty and Students of Engineering
Aazit , Mohali ,PunjabAazit , Mohali ,Punjab20181 year Technical training of BTech and MCA students Faculty: 15, Students: 167
SportkingSportking1st June 2019ContinuedFor Training & Placement Retail Management CourseStudents
Apex Robitics & AutomationApex Robitics & Automation Mohali2018ContinuedTechnical training of BTech and MCA studentsStudents= 7
Appin TechnologiesAppin Technology Lab2018ContinuedTechnical training of B.Tech and MCA studentsStudents=12
TCILTCIL Chandigarh2018ContinuedTechnical Training of B.Tech and MCA studentsStudents= 10
Prismatric technologiesPrismatric technologies2018ContinuedTechnical Training of B.Tech and MCA students
Cetpa InfotechCetpa Infotech Noida2018ContinuedTechnical Training of B.Tech and MCA studentsFaculty= 4, Students= 15
Pen Pundit Media Service Pvt LimitedPen Pundit Media Services pvt Limited2018ContinuedTechnical Training of B.Tech and MCA studentsStudents= 5
Cs Soft SolutionCs Soft Solution Chandigarh2017ContinuedTechnical Training of B.Tech and MCA studentsStudents=10
Acad ViewAcad view2018ContinuedTechnical Training of B.Tech and MCA studentsStudents=0
All Soft SolutionAll Soft Solution Mohali2018ContinuedTechnical Training of B.Tech and MCA students
Krishiv technologiesKrishiv technologies2018ContinuedTechnical Training of B.Tech and MCA students
Pious InfotechPious Infotech Academy Patiala2018ContinuedTechnical Training of B.Tech and MCA student
QA CultQA Cult2018ContinuedTechnical Training of B.Tech and MCA student
Window ItWindow IT Mohali2018ContinuedTechnical Training of B.Tech and MCA studentStudents= 10
KadkraftKadcraft Systems Pvt Limited2018ContinuedTechnical Training Of B.Tech & MCA StudentsStudents= 7
Innovative KnitsInnovative Knits Mohali2018ContinuedTechnical Training Of B.Tech & MCA StudentsStudent= 5
Think NextThink Next Mohali2018ContinuedTechnical Training Of B.Tech & MCA StudentsStudents= 7
Sofcon India Private LimitedSofcon India private limited2018ContinuedTechnical Training Of B.Tech & MCA StudentsStudents= 9
Easy Web solutionsEasy web Solutions2018ContinuedTechnical Training Of B.Tech & MCA StudentsStudents= 10

Cultural Activities

Sr. No.Name of EventDateName of Coordinator
1Tree Plantation Activity in College Campus22nd July 2019By NSS Team
2Orientation for Students and Parents6th August 2019Ms.Manpreet Kaur Verma
3Induction Programme for Students7th-9th August 2019Ms.Navninder Kaur
4Teacher’s Day Celebration05th September 2019Dept.
5Cleanliness Drive in University25th September 2019NSS
6Fresher Party30th September 2019Er.Tarnveer Singh
7National Mathematics Day43821Ms.Gagandeep Kaur
8Girl child day27th Janurary 2020Ms.Manpreet Kaur Verma
9Women in Science11th Feburary 2020Dept
10National Science Day28th Feburary 2020Dept

Clubs and Activities

Science Club

Science club is the place when the pupil works with many pupil. So he is able to work in co-operation able to know others attitude and point of view of a problem. He can discuss with the co members of the club about the problem. So science club plays an important role in encourage problem solving skills in pupils.

Science Test Conducted

Students (Toppers or Achievers)

Sr. No.NameRoll noBatchRemark
1Ashraf ali2014-2016M.Sc-Chemistry
2Indu Bala143203430032014-2016M.Sc-Math
3Rahil Shafi143204300012014-2017B.Sc-Chemistry
4Aehsan Maqbool173303430052017-2018M.Sc-Math
5Harmandeep Singh173303440022017-2018Topper in M.Sc-Physics

Experiential Learning Cell

Department of Applied Science Engineering has established Experiential Learning Cell to improve the learning experience through reflection on working in groups and complete several mock experiential research projects that imitate the professional activities of the scientific community. With designed projects as a way to promote process skill development within content-rich pedagogy and to connect text-based and laboratory-based learning with the world of contemporary research. First, students become familiar with one primary article from a leading peer-reviewed journal, which they discuss by means of PowerPoint-based journal clubs and journalism reports highlighting public relevance. Second, relying mostly on primary articles, they investigate the molecular basis of a disease, compose reviews for an in-house journal, and present seminars in a public symposium. Last, students author primary articles detailing investigative experiments conducted in the lab. This curriculum has been successful in both quarter-based and semester-based institutions.

Students feel ownership of their learning process and are empowered to actively engage with their teachers and peers. They are creative and resourceful with faced with challenges in their learning.Student capable to immediately apply knowledge what they learnt in the experiential learning.
Students feel connected to the content, their classmates, their teachers, their communities and the wider world.Access to real-time coaching

Experiential Learning Model

Business Incubation / Entrepreneurial Activities

Pre-incubation - activities necessary for supporting the potential entrepreneur in developing his business idea. Incubation - support provided to the entrepreneur from the start to the expansion phase, typically physical incubation, mentoring, training, networking etc. we have also involving students in such activity. We have Well organized IEDC Cell under which we are conducted so many events for example Boot camp , Kisan Mela etc.

Planning for the Future

Department of Applied Science has following plans:

  • The applied sciences – architecture, landscape architecture, engineering, nursing, and planning – change society's conception of what is possible as a matter of course.

  • Applied scientists make dreams real, turn ideas into practice. We embody the interface between present and future.

  • To take pride in our ability to transfer knowledge and contribute to economic growth through research and entrepreneurship. 

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