* New 5 Students Selected in WIPRO Infotech

Welcome to University Institute of Engineering and Technology




The University Institute of Engineering & Technology (UIET), was established in the year 2005 with the aim of providing quality technical education in Engineering & Technology. The Institute offers six B.Tech programmes of 4 years duration in Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Computer Science & Engineering, Electronics & Communication Engineering and Biotechnology. In a short span...


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Vice ChancellorIt gives us immense pleasure to welcome you to the Web Portal of University Institute of Engineering and Technology, Maharshi Dayanand University, Rohtak (Haryana, India), and to extend our best wishes for an enviable success in all your academic endeavours. With the portal becoming operational, I foresee UIET growing fast in its regional, national, and international relations in the sphere of academic outreach, exchange of ideas and thoughts among students...


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Prof. SP KhatkarWith the establishment of University Institute of Engineering & Technology in the University, we launched B.Tech in four disciplines during the session 2005-06 and M.Tech in Comp. Science & Engg., Software Engg., Electronics & Communication Engg., Mechanical Engg. with specialization in Manufacturing & Automation and Biotechnology from the academic session 2009-10 onwards.


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* New Datesheet for Dec/ Jan 2011-2012.


* New 2nd Sessional Date Sheet (ME, CE, BIOTECH)

* New 2nd Sessional Date Sheet (CSE, ECE, EE)

* New One day workshop on ROBOTICS AND ITS APPLICATION at UIET MDU Rohtak





The University Institute of Engineering and Technology is going to organize a one day workshop on 17/11/2011 at 9 am in the conference hall of UIET on the topic ‘Robotics and its Application’. The following persons have been invited to deliver the lecture / Talk.


1. Dr A P Mittal, H.O.D I & C Engineering, NSIT Dwarka.

2. Dr J S Saini, Dean Engineering, DCRUST, Murthal, Sonepat.

3. Dr Manoj Duhan, H.O.D ECE , DCRUST Murthal


The Director Public Relation may be requested to give it publicity in the daily newspaper in the interest of the students and faculty.

Placement News

* Internal Assessment Marks in UG and PG Courses

Considered the recommendations of the Academic Council made vide Reso. No. 39 of its meeting
held on September 22, 2009, based on the recommendations of the Committee constituted by the
Vice-Chancellor that w.e.f. the Session 2009-10, the following mechanism be adopted for award
of Internal Assessment marks in the UG and PG Courses.
(i)        The  criteria  for  Internal  Assessment  of  10  Marks  or  10%  marks  in  theory  papers  for
regular  students  already  prescribed  for  UG  courses  (Annual)  will  remain  the  same  and
will also be  made  applicable to B.Sc./B.Com (Pass & Hons.)  Classes Semester System
from the Session 2009-10.
(ii)       For P.G. Courses  i.e. M.A./M.Sc./M.Com (Semester System) being run in the University
Teaching Departments, P.G. Regional Centre, Rewari and Affiliated Colleges, the criteria
for award of Internal Assessment of 20% marks in theory papers for regular students may
be prescribed  from the Session 2009-10 as under:-
1.  One Class Test  10 Marks
2.  One Assessment and Presentation   5 Marks
3.  Attendance   5 Marks
  Less than 65%  0 Marks
  65% to 70%  2 Marks
  71% to 75%  3 Marks
  76% to 80%  4 Marks
  Above 80%  5 Marks
  If a candidate is awarded Internal Assessment of more than 75%, the concerned teacher
will give specific justification for the same which shall be considered by a committee to
be constituted by the concerned Head of the University Teaching Department/Principal of
the College as the case may be.

* New Notification of Special Chance


It is notified for the information of all concerned that the Vice-Chancellor, in
anticipation  of  the  approval  of  the  Academic  Council,  has  been  pleased  to  allow
special chance to such students as have availed their last admissible chance in the
year 2000 and onwards,  as under:-
i)        For improvement of result / score in the courses where the provision
of  improvement  exists.    The  students  may  appear  in  one  or  more
theory paper(s) as explained in the relevant Ordinance.
ii)        For  clearing  the  re-appear  compartment  paper(s)  only  in  the  cases
where the students have not been able to clear the same  within the
stipulated chances.
iii)       The  special  chance  will  not  be  applicable  in  the  case  of  students  of
MBBS / BDS / BAMS / BHMS Courses.
iv)       The  students  will  have  to  appear  according  to  the  latest  syllabus
applicable for the session 2009-10. However, where the nomenclature
of the Subject / Paper stands changed, the candidate will be allowed
to appear as per old syllabus (subject to availability of syllabus).
v)        The  special  chance  will  not  entail  any  candidate  to  fresh  admission
and it will be applicable to only ex-students.
The examination fee for this special chance is prescribed as under:-
i)        UG Courses Rs.3000/- (each exam. form)
ii)        PG Courses Rs.4,000/-(each exam. form)
iii)       All Professional Courses    Rs.8,000/-(each exam. form)
Accordingly  the  schedule  of  examination  for  the  above  said  candidates  is
notified as under:-
Sr.No.   Name of Exam. Exams. to be held in   Last  date  for  receipt  of
forms   without   late   fee
(thereafter  usual  late  fee
will be charged)

Superintendent (R-I)
                for Controller of Examinations?

* Revised Special Chance Exam


In partial modification of earlier notification issued vide no. MDU/R-I/09/59342-
441 dated 22-10-2009, it is hereby notified for information of all concerned that:-
i)         The examination fee for the special chance has been revised  as under:-
a)         UG Courses Rs. 2000/- (each exam. form)
b)        PG Courses Rs. 3000/- (each exam. form)
c)         All Professional Courses       Rs. 7000/- (each exam. from)
ii)        The  facility  of  availing  the  special  chance  has  been  extended  to  all  those
students who availed their last admissible chance in the year 1998 onwards.
iii)       The  last  date  for  submission  of  examination  forms  for  annual  system
examination to be held in April/May, 2010 has been extended upto 7-12-2009.
iv)       The other details will remain the same.


* Prohibition against Ragging

Prohibition against Ragging
University strictly prohibits ragging as per orders of the Supreme Court of India and
UGC regulations on Curbing the Menace of Ragging in Higher Educational Institutions
2009. see details