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Punjab Institute of Technology, Batala

The Punjab Institute of Technology, Batala will provide the opportunity to these minorities and lower income students who otherwise has the talent but not afford the expensive education. It will make them familiar with the needs of the modern society and teach them the technical advancements in the field of Engineering and Technology, to make them succeed in the professional environment.

As a part of its broad objectives, the University aims at providing quality education in the rural areas and to the weaker section of the society. The recent initiative in this direction is the establishment of PITs (Punjab Institutes of Technology) in different parts of Punjab. One such constituent college of PTU is established at Batala. A beautiful building has been constructed at Kahnuwan road, Batala. The Institution has started functioning from the academic session 2013-14 and is expanding and diversifying its activities

The Punjab Institute of Technology, Batala is one of the newly planned PIT by the Punjab Technical  University, Jalandhar. This institution is planned with the vision to spread quality education the region which is  vastly covered by Kandi area. PTU and its brain the PITs are committed to the cause of excellence in higher education in the field of Engineering Technology and Management. In order to meet the urgent need of quality Technocrats and Managers in the market, the Punjab Technical University has decided to establish an institute in  the name and style of Punjab Institute of Technology, Batala  for the benefit of the Majha belt of Punjab. This Institute will be committed for quality education in Engineering Technology to aspiring students.

School and college graduation rates are particularly distressing for minority students and students from low-income  households. While college, according to most of these students, is a place everyone "should want to go", many lack the academic background or experience with college-going  friends  and  relatives  that  might  help  them  acquire  the  skills  necessary  for  success. Furthermore, the majority of their high schools are not, at this point, designed to prepare them for college to lack of infrastructure and teaching faculties.