Right to Information Act 2005 Department of Technical Education Haryana

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Right to Information Act
2005
Department of Technical Education
Haryana
Index
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Name of Manual
The particulars of organization, functions and duties.
The powers and duties of its officers and employees.
The procedure followed in the decision-making process,
including channels of supervision and accountability.
The norms set by it for the discharge of its functions
The rules, regulations, instructions, manuals and records, held
by it or under its control or used by its employees for
discharging its functions.
A statement of the categories of documents that are held by it
or under its control.
The particulars of any arrangement that exists for consultation
with, or representation by, the members of the public in relation
to the formulation of its policy or administration there of.
Statement of the boards, councils, committees and other
bodies consisting of two of more persons constituted as its part
or for the purpose of its advise and as to whether meetings of
those boards, councils, committees and other bodies are open
to the public, or the minutes of such meetings are accessible
for public.
A directory of its officers and employees.
The monthly remuneration received by each of its officers and
employees, including the system of compensation as provided
in its regulations.
The budgets allocated to each of its agency, indicating the
particulars/of all plans, proposed expenditures and reports on
disbursement made.
The manners of execution of subside programme., including
the amounts allocated and the details of beneficiaries of such
programme.
Particulars of recipients of concession, permits or
authorizations granted by it.
Details in respect of the information, available to or held by it,
reduced in an electronic form.
The particulars of facilities available to citizens for obtaining
information including the working hours of a library or reading
room if maintained for public use.
The names, designations and other particulars of the public
information officers.
Such other information as may be prescribed.
i) The particulars of organization,
functions and duties.
i)
a. Particulars of organization
In the present era of rapid industrialization, to ensure minimum acceptable standards,
quality remains the main consideration of Department and recent technological
advances have necessitated further development in the field of Technical Education.
The Technocrats at diploma and degree level play a vital role in the technical upgradation and competitive development of industries in the State. In order to cope up
with this requirement, constant development and up-gradation of engineers is of utmost
need. The Department envisages many programmes for modernization, strengthening
and expansion of Technical Education and hope to achieve these objectives in the near
future.
The Government of Haryana created Directorate of Technical Education. to promote,
guide and regulate Technical Institutions in the State.
The main responsibility of Technical Education Department is to provide Technical
manpower according to the requirement of industry in the State. The main
responsibilities of the Department are:1. To administer and provide infrastructure facilities to the institutions functioning
under the aegis of the department.
2. To formulate educational policies and programmes pertaining to technical
education.
3. To recognize the various courses being run in the Technical Institutions.
4. To start new courses with approval of the All India Council for Technical
Education, keeping in view the need of the industry in the emerging new
technologies.
5. To issue NOC for establishment of new degree level institutions.
6. To expand the training facilities by opening new institutions in the State
keeping in view the future requirement.
7. To equip the institutions with the modern machines as per need of the
industry.
Organizational chart of Directorate
PSTE
DGTE
DIRECTOR
AD
AD
JD
JD
JD
JD
DD
DD
DD
DD
AO
Supdt./
Supdt./
Supdt./
DS
DS
DS
Sup.
/DS
Asstt.Dir.
S.
O.
Supdt./
DS
Organizational Chart of Govt. Polytechnics.
Principal
Head of Department
Senior Lecturer
Lecturer
Workshop Supdt.
Foreman Instructor
Workshop Instructor
Office Supdt.
Pi i l
Office Staff
i) b. Functions and duties of the Department
The major functions of the department are: 1) to promote and develop Technical Education in the State in a planned manner
by: a) Starting new courses in emerging new technologies with the approval of
AICTE
b) Opening new institutions in State to expand training facilities, with the
approval of AICTE.
c) Providing infrastructural facilities to the institutions functioning under the
aegis of the department.
2) to formulate educational policies and programmes and disseminate the
policies of the Govt. with respect to Technical Education System.
3) to plan annual budget allocation for technical education in State and ensure
optimal utilization of funds.
4) to ensure standards of Technical standards by facilitating
provision of State of Art quality education and training in areas
of Technical and Technician education.
5) to monitor the standards of Institutions and initiate corrective
measures.
6) to prescribe rules of recruitment, promotion for faculty.
7) to implement World Bank Assisted Project Tech. Ed.III.
8) to promote entrepreneurship development.
• Develop strong linkages with Industries.
• Continuous Staff
development
• Facilitate Net working and collaboration amongst the
institutions in the State.
9) to implement scheme of community polytechnics (under the
direct central assistance) The Department has
under its jurisdiction:1) Degree Level
Institutions:
• Engineering Colleges.
• Pharmacy Colleges.
• MBA, MCA.
• Architecture.
• Hotel Management
2) Diploma Level
Institutions:
Polytechnics.
ii) The Powers and duties of its
officers and employees.
ii) Powers and Duties of Officers and employees
ii) a. CASES TO BE DISPOSED OF AT THE LEVEL OF MINISTER-IN- CHARGE
LEGAL AND LEGISLATIVE MATTERS (Annexure-II):
1. Proposals relating to Ordinances, Acts, Rules and Regulations including
amendments.
2. Annual Administration Reports.
3. Work relating to Assembly and Parliament Questions except replies to questions of
Lok Sabha/ Rajya Sabha where information to be given is merely formal in
nature.
4. Assurance/Promises made by Ministers on the Floor of the House.
5. Approval of periodical reports to be sent to Vidhan Sabha Committee.
ADMINISTRATIVE MATTERS:
6. Appointments of Category A & B officers (Sr. Lecturers/ Lecturers/ Workshop
Superintendents/ Foreman Instructors).
7. Deputation and training abroad of Category A and B officers.
8. Initial appointments of Category A officers of the rank of Deputy Directors & above,
Principals, Heads of Departments, Sr. Lecturers/ Workshop Superintendents and
Foreman Instructors of Polytechnics) on the recommendations of the Haryana
Public Service Commission.
9. All cases including service matters and transfers of Category A Officers (relating to
Deputy Directors and above Principals and Heads of Departments regarding
completion/ extension of probation period, dispensing with their services during
probation period. Confirmation, Promotion, Seniority cases, disciplinary cases
involving suspensions and revocation, major and minor penalty, cut in pension,
efficiency bar, gratuity, acceptance of resignations.
10. All cases of compulsory/ premature retirement of Category A officers of the rank of
Deputy Directors & above, plus Principals, Heads of Departments, Sr. Lecturers/
Workshop Superintendents and Foreman Instructors of Polytechnics.
11. Finalization of Annual/ Five-Year Plans of the Department.
12.
Disposing
of
policy matters
relating
to
the
affairs
of
GJU.
13. Finalization of Policy relating to the cadre strength of all categories of
officers/officials in consultation with F.D. and Personnel Department.
14. Entrusting cases to the Department of Vigilance, Police, Courts and ordering
departmental enquiries of Category A Officers of the rank of Deputy Directors &
above, plus Principals, Heads of Departments, Sr. Lecturers/ Workshop
Superintendents and Foreman Instructors of Polytechnics.
15. Refusal of LPR of Category A officers of the rank of Joint Directors & above, plus
Principals, Heads of Departments, Sr. Lecturers/ Workshop Superintendents and
Foreman Instructors of Polytechnics.
16. Appeals filed by Category A Officers of the rank of Joint Directors & above, plus
Principals, Heads of Departments, Sr. Lecturers/ Workshop Superintendents and
Foreman Instructors of Polytechnics.
17. Framing/Amendment of all service rules and fixation of cadre strength of each
category of service.
18. Transfers and Postings of Category A Officers of the rank of Joint Directors and
above, plus Principles, Heads of Departments, Sr. Lecturers/ Workshop
Superintendents and Foreman Instructors of Polytechnics.
19. Revision of pay, grant of special pay and personal pay of Category A Officers of
rank of Joint Directors and above, plus Principles, Heads of Departments, Sr.
Lecturers/ Workshop Superintendents and Foreman Instructors of Polytechnics.
20. Appointment on deputation and training of officers within and outside India in
respect of Category A Officers of the rank of Joint Directors and above, plus
Principles, Heads of Departments, Sr. Lecturers/ Workshop Superintendents and
Foreman Instructors of Polytechnics.
21. Initial appointment on adhoc basis and extension in adhoc appointment of Category
A Officers of the rank of Deputy Directors and above, plus Principles, Heads of
Departments, Sr. Lecturers/ Workshop Superintendents and Foreman Instructors
of Polytechnics.
22. Requisitions to be placed with the Haryana Public Service Commission for the filling
up of Category A & B (of the rank Principals, Heads of Departments, Sr.
Lecturers/ Workshop Superintendents, Lecturers and Foreman Instructors of
Polytechnics) posts and references to be made to it where policy issues is
involved.
23. Modification in the scope of Plan/Non-Plan schemes after fund has been earmarked
by F.D/ Planning Department.
FINANCIAL MATTERS
24. Advances from the State Contingency Fund.
25. Cases relating to the recommendations of PAC/Estimates Committees when ripe for
final decision.
GENERAL
26. References required to be sent to the Government of India/Governor/ Council of
Ministers.
27. Opening of Polytechnics/ Engineering Colleges in the Private Sector.
28. Cases involving relaxation of Rules as per provisions of the particular set of Rules.
ii) b. CASES TO BE DISPOSED AT THE LEVEL OF SECRETARY TO THE
GOVERNMENT OF HARYANA, DEPARTMENT OF TECHNICAL EDUCATION
1. Tour Programme of Director, Technical Education.
2. Appeals against orders of Director Technical Education and review of orders of
Secretary Technical Education.
3. Transfers cases of Officers of category A not included in Annexure-II and category B
and Category Officers.
4. Appointment/ Extension in adhoc appointment of Category B and Category C Officers
/Officials
i) Appointment, promotion seniority, disciplinary cases involving suspension and
major/ minor penalties cut in pension compulsory/premature retirements of
Category A Officers not included in Annexure II and Category B Officers.
ii) Entrusting of cases of the Department vigilance, police/ courts of Category A Officers
not included in Annexure II and Category B Officers.
iii) Appeals filed by Category A Officers not included in Annexure II and Category B
Officers.
iv) Extension/ confirmation of probation period dispensing with services during probation
period, clearance stoppage of efficiency, bar, pension, gratuity, acceptance of
registration of Category A officers not included in Annexure II and Category B Officers.
5. Ordering of departmental enquiries of Category A Officers not included in Annexure II
and Category B Officers
6. Land acquisition final notification under section 6 of land Acquisition Act.
7. Requisition to be placed with Haryana Public Service Commission for the filling up of
Category A Officers not included in Annexure II and Category B posts.
8. Purchase of staff cars.
9. Disposing of matters relating to State Board Of Technical Education
10. All miscellaneous matters not specified otherwise.
11. Sanction to file appeals, applications and legal defence in court cases.
12. Disposing of all routine matters relating to GJU.
13. Clearance of efficiency bar, gratuity and completion of probation period of Category
A Officers and Category B officers where there are no adverentries
14. Appointment on deputation to Central /State Govt. Corporations, Training of Officers
/Officials within India of A category officers not included in Annexure II and all other
categories of officers/officials.
15. Forwarding of applications for employment outside the State of Haryana (within
India) in respect of category B and category C officials.
16. Traveling beyond jurisdiction within India fixation of pay, loans advances and
honorarium for both Category A and Category B Officers.
17. Appeals filed by Category C officials against orders of D.T.E.
18 Continuance of temporary posts in consultation with finance department.
19 All matters relating to Category A officers not included in Annexure II and Category
B, C, D officials.
20. All cases of creation/abolition of posts of Category C and Category D employees on
the advice of Finance Department.
21. Cases to be referred to Finance Department for individual schemes and posts
approved as part of plan.
22. Approval to make notifications under section 4 and 6 for acquisition of land for
private parties/ Government, Semi-Government, Corporations/ Organizations.
ii) c. CASES TO BE DISPOSED OF AT THE LEVEL OF SECRETARY TECHNICAL
EDUCATION
1. Refusal of LPR to class-II Officers.
2. References to be made for requisition to be placed with Haryana Public Service
Commission for filling up of all categories of posts, after approval at competent
level.
3. Sending of periodical reports to Vidhan Sabha Committees.
4. References to H.P.S.C. where no policy issue is involved.
5. Sanction of time-barred claims in respect of pay T.A. etc. of Officers/Officials
reimbursement of legal charges as per rules, for all categories.
6. Submission of plan documents and data to the Department of Planning after the plan
has been formulated in consultation with the Secretary Planning.
7. Issuing of sanction after budget has been passed and concurrence of F.D. has been
obtained.
8 Filing of affidavits replies applications, appeals, and petitions on behalf of Government
in all courts.
9. Referring cases to L.R. for advice.
10. References to H.P.S.C./S.S.C. where no policy issue is involved.
11. Signing of notification under section 4 and 6 for acquisition of land for private parties
a/Government, Semi-Govt. Companies/Organizations /Corporations.
12. Administrative approval to execution of schemes when funds are available.
13. Installation / shifting of telephones.
14 Purchase of typewriters.
15.
Re-imbursement
of
Medical
Charges
beyond
Rs.
50,000/-.
16. Submission of plan documents and data to the Department of Planning after the
plan has been formulated in consultation with Secretary Planning.
17. Clarifications on schemes after the funds have been earmarked.
18. Approval of service for the purpose of retirement and other benefits where such
approval is required to be given by the State Government.
19. Approval of L.T.C. in case of Group ‘A’ officers.
ii) d. CASES TO BE DISPOSED AT THE LEVEL OF DIRECTOR, DEPARTMENT OF
TECHNICAL EDUCATION , HARYANA.
1) To sanction leave travel concession in respect of Group ‘B’ & ‘C’ staff.
2) To sanction remuneration to the employees dealing with student fund at the
rate prescribed by the Government and norms laid down by it.
3) To sanction leave encasement after retirement.
4) To grant extension in the contractual appointments.
5) To grant DCRG to retirees.
6) To grant ACP to non-gazetted staff of Directorate and field.
7) To sanction formal tour programme of Head of the Institution, other gazetted
and non- gazetted staff of Directorate and field.
8) To grant leave to all gazetted staff of subordinate offices, all gazetted and non
-gazetted staff of Directorate.
9) To grant causal leave to heads of the institutions.
10) To grant permission to acquire higher education, to attend part time classes
for higher education.
11) To issue experience certificate.
Financial Powers
12) To sanction non-recurring expenditure not otherwise provided for in this rule
(other than expenditure on installation of new telephones) upto Rs.1.00l acs
13) To sanction contingent expenditure of a recurring expenditure upto Rs.
50,000/- for anyone item.
14) To sanction payment of demurrage whar-fage charges out of contingencies
upto Rs. 5000/-Rs.
15) To sanction payment of rent for houses or land for other land residential
purposes i.e. for ordinary office accommodation etc. upto Rs.10,000/-per
mensem.
16) To sanction local purchase of Indian manufacture where no rate contracts of
the Controller of Stores Haryana exists upto Rs. 500/-in each case.
17) To sanction direct purchase of stores from the local market after exhausting
all the approved sources of supply and rate contract arranged by the
Controller of Store uptoRs.75,000 for any one item during a financial year in
respect of each Head of office.
18) To declare the sale and disposal of stores of stock surplus or unserviceable
etc. in departments .
19) To sanction the writing off of losses, stores etc .
20) To sanction the grant of non-refundable advance from G.P.Fund to Gazetted
and Non Gazetted employees of the deptt.
21) To grant/ permit a Govt. employee to receive honorarium upto Rs.100/- for
odonious nature of duty and Rs. 1000/- in connection with work related to
State Board of Technical Education.
22) To sanction the reimbursement of medical charges of gazetted & non
gazetted employees of the deptt. upto Rs. 50,000/-.
23) To Sanction loans and advances to employees of the Deptt. after the funds
are earmarked by F.D.
24) To sanction grant of annual increment to employees of the Directorate.
25) To sanction expenditure on service postage stamps for use in Govt. Offices.
26) To sanction expenditure in connection with Civil Suit instituted with the
controlling authority as defined in Haryana Law Deptt. Manual.
27) To sanction expenditure in emergent cases on account of binding work
executed locally.
28) To sanction the hiring of type writers of approved patterns for use in their
offices and offices subordinate to them.
29) To sanction expenditure on the supply of electrical energy consumed in Govt.
Offices.
30) To sanction the grant of Refundable & Non-Refundable advance from G.P.
Funds to gazetted and Non-Gazetted employees of the department.
Powers delegated to Officers of Directorate of D.T.E.: -
iii) The procedure followed in
the decision-making process,
including channels of
supervision and
accountability.
iii) a. The procedure followed.
At Head Office level.
The Directorate is involved in planning, coordinating, monitoring and evaluation of Technical
Education Programmes, maintenance of standards, administration, direction, budgeting
and auditing and implementation of Government policies pertaining to development of
Technical Institutions.
The Director is also the competent authority in matter of ex-India leave, promotions, transfers,
and cases of appeal and punishment and policy matter with regard to group C and D
posts. For group C, he is also the appointing authority.
At Field Level
In the field, Principal of the Polytechnic is responsible for overall planning and management of
the academic and administrative activities of the institutes including optimal utilization of
resources. Principal is the implementing authority of plans and polices of the
Government notified from time to time. Principal performs the duties of Head of the
office at the institute level. He is the competent authority for all cases of group D
employees. Cases of group A, B& C also require the approval of Head of Institute
before sending for the final approval at the Head Office.
iii) b. Channels of supervision and accountability.
In the Head Office PUC (Official letter) is dealt by Assistant, who puts up the file to the
Superintendent/Deputy Superintendent who in turn submits this case to Assistant
Director/Deputy Director/ Joint Director. Routine cases are finalized at the level of Joint
Director/ Additional Directors whereas important cases are sent to the Director for the
further approval.
In the field head of the Institute/Principal acts has head of the office. Some cases are disposed
at the level of Principal and the cases, which require approval of Director or
Government, are sent to the Head Office by the Principal.
Every Officer/Official is accountable to the higher level Officer as depicted below:-
iv) The norms set by it
or the discharge of its
functions.
The department discharge its
function according to norms as
below:1) Punjab Civil Service Rules.
2) Punjab Financial Rules.
3) Instructions given by the
Government from time to time.
4) The norms and standards as lay
down by All India Council for
Technical Education/ PCI/ COA.
5) Rules of business.
v)
The
rules,
regulations,
instructions,
manuals
and
records, held by it or under its
control
or
used
by
its
employees for discharging its
functions.
v) The Department works on the basis of following rules/instructions:1) Punjab Civil service rules.
2) Punjab financial rules.
3) Group A and B service rules.
4) The instruction manual.
5) The general and common conditions of service rules as amended from time to
time.
vi)
A statement of the categories
of documents that are held
by it or under its control.
vi) The following documents are kept by the Directorate under its
control: vi). a. Personal file of every officer/official.
This file contains a complete record of the employee right from his appointment
in the Department. It includes details of his service for e.g. postings, promotions,
leaves, etc. and also all correspondence related to the employee.
vi). b. Service Book of every officer/official of the Directorate AND
Principals of Polytechnic.
It includes entries of personal data, increments, promotions, and service
verification, leave record, assured career progression scheme and all details of
service rendered.
v). c. Annual confidential report for every officer/official except class IV of
field officers.
The yearly performance appraisal of each employee is recorded in the form of
annual confidential report.
vii) The particulars of any
arrangement
that
exists
for
consultation
with,
or
representation by, the members of
the public in relation to the
formulation of its policy or
administration thereof.
vii) The following schemes include
the members of public in the
formulation of their policy or
administration:vii) a. Community Polytechnics
scheme (Direct Central Assistance
Scheme)
Monitoring & Evaluation.
Monitoring of progress will ensure
that the objectives are being
realized
constantly
and
no
deviation is taking place. To
ensure the proper implementation
of the Scheme of Community
Polytechnics it shall be monitored
at three different levels i.e.
(i) Polytechnic Level
(ii) District level
(iii) State Level
(i) Polytechnic Level
It should be the duty of the
Executive Committee of the
Community Polytechnic to ensure
that the work is progressing as per
the approved operational plan.
They should analyze any deviation
and take corrective action.
The composition of Executive
Committee shall be as given
below:Executive Committee
1. Principal of the polytechnic
Chairman
2. Two Representatives of the Faculty
Member
3. Two
Representatives
of
the
Village Member
Panchayat/Panchayat Samiti/Zila Parishad for
the Extension Centres
4. One
Representative
of
Professional
5. One Principal/Project officer
Community Polytechnic
NGOs/Retired Member
from
6. Project officer of Community Polytechnic
nearby Member
Member
Secretary
(ii) District Level
Community Polytechnic constitutes the focal points of implementation whereas their
Extension
Centres
become
the
delivery
points
to
transfer
rural
technology to rural masses. It is envisaged that community polytechnics will act as
resource centres. Monitoring of task at the operational level shall be carried out by the
Advisory Committee set up at the Community Polytechnic which receives the necessary
feedback from village Panchayats, NGOs, retired professionals and, other participating
agencies.
Advisory Committee.
The Advisory Committee is the main policy making Committee and appraises
new projects/ programs to be taken up by the Community Polytechnics. The Committee
must meet at least once in six months.
Composition of Advisory Committee shall be as given below:
Advisory Committee.
1. Chairman Zila parishad or Chief Chairman
Executive Officer, DRDA or prominent
Educationist/Industrialist of the District.
2. Professor Incharge of Rural Development Member
at TTTI or his nominee
3. A representative of State DTE
Member
4. A representative of NGOs/Voluntary Member
Organisation
5. Two
professional/Reputed
Persons Member
actively
involved
in
Community
Development work
6. Representative
of
Women
Social Member
Organisations
7. Principal of ITI/Vocational Schools
Member
8. Representative
from Member
Panchayats/Sarpanches from Extension
Centres (2 Nos).
9. One Principal/Project Officer of nearby Member
Commnity Polytechnics
10. Representative of KVIC/KVK
Member
11. Representative of local Industries
Member
12. Representative from village Panchayat
Member
13. Representative of NABARD/Lead Bank
Member
14. Principal of Polytechnic
Member
Secretary
Note: At least two meetings of the Advisory Committee shall be
held every year.
(iii) State Government level
The objectives of monitoring at the state Government level are:
i) To review the physical & Financial Progress of the Community
Polytechnic of the State concerned Vis-à-vis their Operational Plan.
ii) Analyse strengths and weaknesses of the systems as a whole as to
areas where the intervention and the support of the Government is
necessary.
iii) Provide administrative support wherever for overcoming deficiencies.
Composition of the State Level Review Committee shall be as given below:State Level Review Committee
1. State Director of Technical Education or Chairman
his/her nominee
2. Representative of Ministry of HRD
Member
3. Professor of Rural Development, TTTI or Member
his/her nominee
4. Director Rural Development/Panchayati Raj Member
or his/her nominee
5.. A
representative
of
NGOs/Voluntary Member
Organisation engaged in rural development
6. Representative of KVIC/KVK
Member
7. All Principals of Polytechnics implementing Member
the Scheme of Community Polytechnics in
the State
8. Senior Officer in Directorate Coordinating Member
Secretary
the Scheme
Note: The above composition of the State Level Review
Committee is only illustrative in nature and each State will have
the flexibility to alter the constitution according to its state
needs.
vii) b. Industry Institute Interaction
Engineering Colleges and Polytechnics train the human resource and supply technical
manpower to the industries, which is very vital input for the industries. The success of
the institution depends on how useful their products are to the industries. Success of
industries also depends in the quality and competency of the products they take from
the institutes. Since the requirements of industries are to be satisfied by the institution
and
industries
ultimately
get
the
benefit
of
efforts
taken by the institution, the requirements of industries can be made clear so that the
institutes can plan and implement system of education and training to meet the
requirements. Any mismatch will result in loss to both; time and energy of education
system will go waste and industry will fail to face competition to survive. Thus industries
and institutes are to get together, for their own survival. It is therefore necessary to
develop a synergic relationship between both of them. Educational institutes should
take a leading role in promoting industry Institute Interaction (III) with industries, as they
will gain much from such interaction.
Although many things can be done under the meaning of Interaction, mostly following
are the key areas on which the mutual interaction among Industry and Institute can be
stressed upon.
1) Industrial training for teachers & students.
2) Field visit by teachers & students.
3) Seminars, Extension Lectures and Conferences.
4) Assignment of Project and R & D work, Testing and consultancy work.
5) Conduct Education Program for Industry Personnel.
6) Curriculum framing involving Industry personnel.
Benefits
Through Industry Institute Interaction (III) both Institutes and Industries can be
benefited a lot. Following are the benefits that can be derived in general.
1) Once the students are properly trained in the institute with sufficient exposure on
industrial environment there is reduced in house training cost for them once they are
recruited.
2) Different content updating programmes of the institute help the industry personnel
adapt to rapidly changing technology.
3) Interaction also helps the industry and its personnel to know the advance techniques
to be applied on understanding imported technology.
4) III helps in knowing ways and means of developing indigenous technology.
5) R&D work of the industry can be improved by sponsoring R&D projects to institutes.
6) III also helps Industry Personnel to acquire higher qualification through continuing
Education Programme.
7) Institute will develop infrastructure facilities through funding of industries on
sponsored R&D Projects.
8) The quality of education and training will improve through III.
9) Curriculum can be better designed and more acceptable to industries by involving
Industry personnel in curriculum framing.
10) Teachers and students will realize the complexities and inter disciplinary nature of
problems that are handled in industry.
11) Students will learn important aspects of dealing with people, communication,
motivation and organization culture and factor discipline that exists in industries.
12) Teachers get exposed to the operation of specialized plant and equipment, which
educational institutes do not have.
13) Teachers orient themselves with the new and emerging area of technology in
industries.
14) Teachers also relate theory and practical, which is needed from effective
engineering education.
viii) Statement of the boards, councils
committees
and
other
bodies
consisting of two of more persons
constituted as its part or for the
purpose of its advice and as to
whether meetings of those boards,
councils, committees and other
bodies are open to the public, or the
minutes of such meetings are
accessible for public.
viii) a. Guidelines for processing the applications for grant of approval to the
institution
offering
Diploma
Programmes
in
Engineering
and
Technology/Pharmacy/Hotel Management & Catering Technology / Architecture /
Applied Arts & Crafts / Medical Lab Technology.
The decision of AICTE to decentralize and rationalize the System of approval to the
diploma engineering Programme with an aim to thrust greater responsibilities on to the
State Govt. in the decision making process of AICTE in the following categories:1. Establishment of new institutions.
2. Variation in intake capacity of existing institutions.
3. Introduction of additional courses in existing institutions.
4. Re-adjustment of courses/intake capacity in existing institutions.
6. Extension of approval of existing institutions.
The State Govt. follows the following guidelines for the procession of the applications
under the categories stated above:1. The State Govt. constitutes a State Level Committee to process the applications in
the above categories in the following manner: i. Secretary to Govt. of Haryana Chairman
Deptt. of Technical Education & Industrial
Training, Chandigarh.
ii.
Regional
Officer
Member
iii&iv. Two subject experts nominated by the State Member
Govt. from within the State or outside the State.
v. Director, Technical Education, Haryana Member Secy.
2. The State Govt./Regional office, NWRC Chandigarh issues the letter of intent or
otherwise to the applicants based on the norms and standards.
3. The State Govt. collect the inspection fee from the applicant institution as prescribed
by the Council and conduct inspection as per the calendar of activities
issued by the AICTE/State Govt.
4. The State Govt. coordinates the visits of the Expert Committees to the institutions.
5. The Visiting Expert Committee Reports are placed before the State Level Committee,
who deliberates on each application and forwards the recorded
recommendations to the State Govt., who in turn forwards to the Regional
Office of All India Council for Technical Education.
6. Based on the recommendation of the State Level Committee, The Regional Office of
all India Council for Technical Education issue the letter of approval or
otherwise to the Secretaries of State Government with a copy to the
concerned Institution under intimation to the Council.
7. State Govt. designate the competent authority in whose name the joint FDR with the
trust to be created.
8. Notwithstanding anything stated in these guidelines, the Council reserves the right of
making any alteration or amendment to these guidelines, which shall be
binding to all concerned.
9. In case any dispute arises as to the interpretation of these guidelines, decision of the
Council shall be final.
10. The Council has the power to issue clarifications to remove any doubt, which arise
in regard to implementation of these guidelines.
b) The State Government and YMCA may by mutual
Member
agreement at any time appoint any other person or
persons to be member or members of the Society or
Board of Governors.
viii) b.2. CDLMEC, Panniwala Motta (Sirsa) has been made
college of
CDL
BOARD OF GOVERNORS:
Name & Designation
Sr.
No.
Position
Minister-in-Charge, Technical Education
1. Department, Haryana
Chairman
Financial Commissioner & Principal
2. Secretary to Government Haryana
Technical Education Department
Vice
Chairman
Financial Commissioner & Principal
Secretary to Government Haryana,
3.
Finance Department
Member
Technical Education Commissioner/
4. Director, Technical Education, Haryana,
Chandigarh
Vice Chancellor of affiliating University or
Member
his
nominee
5.
Representative of All India Council for
6. Technical Education
Member
Representative of Ministry of Human
7. Resource Development, New Delhi
Member
8.
One Educationist to be nominated by the
State Government
Member
9.
One Industrialist to be nominated by the
State Government.
Member
One representative of Teaching staff by Member
10. rotation for one year on seniority basis.
Director-Principal, Ch. Devi Lal Memorial Member
11. Engineering College, Panniwala Motta Secretary
(District Sirsa)
Fee and admission committee
In compliance of Hon’ble Supreme Court’s judgment, a State level Fee &
Admission Committee has been constituted under the Chairmanship of
Hon’ble Justice N.C.Jain (Retd.) to decide upon various issues related to
fixation of fee and admission criteria.
Procedure for issue of NOC for establishment of new institutions
A copy of application submitted to All India Council for Technical Education
for establishment of new institution is also submitted to this office. This
office processes the application as per norms, standards, guidelines
prescribed by AICTE and manpower policy, regional requirements, location
of the proposed institution, its connectivity and other related issues. To
verify the existing facilities, an expert committee visit is caused and based
on report of expert committee and submitted documents, the Directorate
send
its
recommendations
to
the
Govt.
ix) A directory of its
officers and employees.
Directorate of Technical Education
Bays No. 7-12, Sec-4, Panchkula
Telephone list of the Department
Sr.
No.
Name & Designation
1
Sh. Manohar Lal, Chief 1/3, Chd.
Minister, Haryana
Sh. Depinder Singh Dhesi, [email protected]
IAS,
Chief
Secretary,
Haryana
Sh. Arvind Kumar, PSCS
Sh. Prithvi Singh, PSCS
Sh. Ram Singh, PACS
Sh. Sanjeev Kaushal, IAS
PSCM
Sh. Bal Krishan, PS
#2133,
Sec-45C,
Chandigarh
Sh. Satpal Saini,PA
OSD/CM
Sh. Ram Bilas Sharma ,
Technical Education Minister Room No. 32, 8th Floor,
(TEM)
Haryana Civil Sectt.
educationministerharyana
@gmail.com
2.
3
5
6
Address
Telephone./ Mobile No.
Office
Residence
2749396
2749409
2749394
2749395
2740118
2740317 (F)
2773564
2740118
2740317 (F)
2740945
2740774
2740945
2740774
9888441053
2740923
2740793
Sh. Harish Gumber, PS
7
Sh. A.K.Singh, IAS
Principal Secretary, Technical
Education (PSTE)
2614133
9780975605
#517,Sec-16, Chandigarh
[email protected]
8
9
________________, PS
________________, PA
Sh. Subhash Chandra, IAS,
Director General, Technical
Education (DGTE)
Smt.Tara Wadhera, PS
Smt. Shashi Bala, PA
Sh. K.K.Kataria,
Director Technical Education.
2748184
# 699, Sec-7 ,Chandigarh
[email protected]
#2610-A/20-C, Chd.
#1420 B/61, Chd.
905/7, Chd.
2584218(TF)
2583249
-do2583259
9781115208
9417345942
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
Dr.Yash Pal Singh Berwal, #875, Amravati Enclave, 2580041
AD-I
Pinjore Road, P/kula
Sh. A.S Rathee, AD-II
Sh.T.K.Tayal, C O E ,
#3532/46-C, Chd.
HSBTE
9416490800
Sh. R.K. Miglani, JD,
Project/ Dev.
Sh.Sunil Seth, JD
Skill Dev.
#
948,
Sec
Chandigarh
#332/38-A, Chd.
09569793948
Sh.K.K.Dhiman,
JD(Admin-III)
Sh. Kuldeep Singh Jamwal,
JD(IT/Procurement)
ITITIT/ProcurementUniversit
Sh.
Sunil Gupta,
JD (Legal, Grivences, RTI)
Smt. Shivani Aggarwal, (DS
HSBTE)
Sh. P.K.Malhotra, JD(AdminI)
#236F/SEC-14 PKL
Smt. Amita, Programmer,
Skill Dev.
Smt.
Poonam
Pratibha
Sharma, DD (Uni.)
Smt.Suksham Goyal,
(Admin-III)
#1134,
Universal
Enclave/48-B, Chd.
#934/7, Chd.
9501994466
#93/16, Panchkula
2560093
# 207B, Kendriya Vihar,
48-B, Chd.
09888118011
23
Smt. Paras
(SPFU)
24
Sh.Darshan Singh,
Asstt. Dir. (Dev.)
Sh. Sunil Vatta, (Procurment,
IT)
Smt. Aruna Goel, Asst. Secy.
25
26
Prashar,
7-B,
#333/10,
first
floor,
Panchkula
#348/22, Chandigarh
# 401 GHS 54, Sector-20,
Panchkula
#1370-A,
Sector
28B,
Chandigarh
09416588999
2632543
8699003532
2636932
9417183399
09466578866
9781115055
9501676637
9988369526
9501165404
9417125656
DD
09417467588
#2044/15, Panchkula
8146527170
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
(RTI/ RFD/CM Grievances)
Sh. Arun Kumar, Asst. Secy.
(Admin-III)
E-51, 30B, Chandigarh
9988044999
Sh.Sanjeev Kumar,
Astt.
Secy.(Skill)
Smt. Nidhi Aggarwal,
AS(HSBTE)
Admin-I
Sh.
Narinder Pal, Deputy
Director (Adm-I)
Flat No. 43, Transit Flats,
Sec. 12-A, Pkl.
# 1523, PSIEC Society,
Sec-51B Chd.
# 154, New Police Line,
Sec-26, Chandigarh
9876673792
Sh.Rakesh Saini, Asst.Secy.
(Admin-I)
Sh.
Navdeep
Khatri,
(Uni)
Sh. Randhir Singh,
AO (Pension & Audit)
Sh. Sanjay Jain, AO
Sh.Rajbir Singh,
ADA
Sh. Raj Pal Singh (Officer
Incharge BOG)
Supdt. Tech. Edu.
1355-B/41-B, Chd.
09416337471
9417350734
09467000227
09416354081
# 39, Vill. Budhanpur,
Near Sector-16, Pkl
08901295437
9417655587
09467751242
733/2, P/kula
#
1449,
Sector-39B,
Chandigarh
Sectt. Branch
New Secretariat,
Chandigarh
09356925624
2714033
2711920
Haryana State Technical Education Society (HSTES)
Website: www.hstes.org
1
Sh. Rajesh Agarwal, JD(HSTES)
# 706, Sec-33, Chd.
9417853594
2
Sh. K.K.Chahal,
Dy. Director, HSTES
# 95, Rally, sec-12A
Pkl
9781115206
3
Smt. Poonam
(HSTES)
DD #69 I, Gulmohar
Trends
Dhakoli,
Zirakpur
9888608654
Dahiya,
Sh.Parveen Kumar,
AO, HSTES
9781115205
Sh. Paramjit Singh, ADO
(Socites)
9872307489
Haryana State Board of Technical Education
Website : www.hsbte.com
1.
Sh.D.P. Chauhan, AD,
2.
8
9
Sh.Sunil Seth,
Addl.Secy, HSBTE
Sh.R.S.Sangwan, COAF, HSBTE
Smt.
Shivani
Aggawal,
DS(Academics/ Certificate/
SPIO/ Affilation)
Smt. Akshita Gupta, Asst. Secy.
& Plg.
Smt. Urmil Choudhary, Asstt.
Secy.
Smt. Sonia Ohlyan, Asstt. Secy.
Smt. Taruna Kataria, Asstt.
Secy.
Sh. Gaurav Bishnoi, Asstt. Secy.
Sh. Sunil Yadav, Asstt. Secy.
10
Sh.Mohan Singh, A.O.
3.
4.
5
6
7
07087434404
2636932
332/38-A, Chd.
1228/11 PKL
#1370-A, Sector 28B,
Chandigarh
9417183399
2586544
HM-242,Phase-II,
Mohali
#1088/4,
1st
Floor,
Panchkula
# 5309/1, sec-38-west
Chandigarh
#2152,
Sec-19C,
Chandigarh
Vill.Madanpur, PhaseII, Mohali.
7696097950
9417125656
7814470542
9416362433
7508885051
9466075810
09416195266
9217873591
Govt. Technical Institution Society, Rohtak
1
Sh. Umesh Saroj, Asstt. #203-B, Shyam Nagar,
Registrar
PO Palwal
9416376141
GOVERNMENT POLYTECHNICS
Sr.No. Name of Principal/
Polytechnic
1
Sh. P.K.Soni,
G.P.Ambala
2
Sh.S.K Goel
G.P.Nilokheri
Sh.Lalit verma, G.P.Jhajjar
3
4
5
6.
Sh.Sudhir Gilhotra, G.P.Sirsa
Sh. Anil Kumar, G.P.Sonepat
Sh.Gaje Singh,
G.P.Adampur
7 Smt. Sadhna Jain, GPW
Ambala
8 Sh.Rajbir Singh Kadiyan,
GPW Sirsa
9 Sh.D.K Rawat, GP Narnaul.
10 Sh. R.C. Yaduvanshi, GPES
Uttawar
11 Sh.Rajiv Vasudeva, GP Hisar
Telephone No.
Code
0171
Office
2556008
2443222
Residence
01722661843
Mobile No.
09416429369
01745
246955
09466710710
-
09416401398
01666
0130
01669
246002
246973-F
215512
269090-F
240654
2246757
242256
241255
2249420
09416166540
09466824004
0171
2557870
-
09467632555
01666
240724
242283
01282
01275
250302
282383
261205
277460
278138-F
213102
255986
09671556056
09416438800
09416490700
09416215444
278384
09953724739
5016615
08447439171
01251
01662
12 Smt. Naveen Rohilla, HOD 01292
(Off. Prinicpal
) GPW
Faridabad
13 Sh.Ashwani Sharma, Ch.
Bansi lal Govt. Poly., Bhiwani
14 Sh.Mukesh
Chadha,GPES 0124
Manesar
15 Sh. Vivek Vohra, GPES
01666
N/Chopta
09416534019
2337243
2337802
256537
-
09810542856
09416427127
09416956547
16 Sh.Pankaj Bhalla
GPES Loharu
01252
258746
-
09466650869
17 Sh. Satish Kumar Garg,
GP Sanghi
01262
244600
-
09466710710
18 Sh.Joginder Singh, GP Morni
19 Sh. N.K.Bhayna,
(Off.
Principal) GP Narwana
20 Sh.M.L.Godara, GP Lisana
21 Sh.N.K.Bhayana, GP Cheeka
22 Sh. Lalit Verma,
G.P.Sampla.
0173301684
250096
242152
-
09416462763
01274
01743
01262
265635
223675
216716
-
09466386821
09416124911
09416401398
23 Sh.Manmohan, GP Meham.
-
-
09416253358
GOVERNMENT AIDED POLYTECHNICS
1
01262
2
Sh. Sanjeev Gupta,
VTI
Rohtak
Sh. B.S. Hooda, CRP Rohtak
3
Sh.Anil Budhiraja, SJP Damla
01732
4.
Sh.R.S. Malik Sh.D.S. Dahiya,
BPS, Mahila Polyetchnic
01263
01262
270553
248572
294667
295667
282853
282444
283626
283779 (Fax)
-
09466488012
294787
09992000191,
09992000192
09416025444
282644
09416006161
09466702192
List Of Universities
Sr. No
University Name
Vice-Chancellor
Name
Phone Number
1.
C.R. University Murthal
Prof. R.P. Dahiya
0130-2484005
2.
MM Mullana
Sh. Tarsam Garg
Sh. Vishal Garg
09416028283
3.
YMCA University, Faridabad
Lt.
Gen.
(Retd.) 0129-2310126
Karan Singh Yadava
4.
KUK University
Lt. Gen. (Dr.) D.D.S. 017744-238169
Sandhu, PVSM, ADC
(Retd)
5.
MDU University
Er. Har Sarup Chahal
01262-274327
01262-292431
6.
Ch. Devi. Lal. University, Sirsa
Dr. R.S. Sharma
01666-248822
01666-247600
7.
State University of Performing
Visual Art Rohtak, University
0126-2216491
x) The monthly remuneration
received by each of its
officers and employees,
including the system of
compensation as provide in
its regulations
x) Monthly Remuneration Received by Officer/employees.
x) a. at Head Office:
1. Director Technical Education
2. Additional Director
3. Joint Director
4. Assistant Director
5. Programmer
6. Deputy Director
7. Accounts Officer
8. Supdt.
9. Section Officer
10. Technical Assistant
11. Senior Scale Stenographer
12. Junior Scale Stenographer
13. Driver
14. Steno typist
15. Clerk
16. Restorer
17. Sweeper-cum-Chowkidar
18. Peon
19. Daftri
PB4-37400-6700+10000
PB3-15600-39100+8000
PB3-15600-39100+7600
PB2-9300-34800+4600
PB2-9300-34800+5400
PB2-9300-34800+5400
PB2-9300-34800+5400
PB2-9300-34800+4200
PB2-9300-34800+4600
PB2-9300-34800+3200
PB2-9300-34800+3200
PB1-5200-20200+2400
PB1-5200-20200+2400
PB1-5200-20200+1900
PB1-5200-20200+1900
PB1-5200-20200+1900
1S 4440-7440+1300
1S 4440-7440+1300
1S 4440-7440+1400
x) b. In the Field
1. Principal
2. Head of Department
3. Senior Lecturer
4. Programmer
5. Lecturer
6. Workshop Supdt.
7.workshop
Foreman
9. Workshop Instructor
13. P.T.I./D.P.I.
14. Jr. Librarian
16. Office Supdt.
17. Assistant
PB3-15600-39100+8000
PB3-15600-39100+7600
PB3-15600-39100+6000
PB2-9300-34800+5400
PB2-9300-34800+5400
PB2-9300-34800+5400
Instructor
PB2-9300-34800+4200
PB2-9300-34800+3200
PB2-9300-34800+4200
PB2-9300-34800+3200
PB2-9300-34800+3600
PB2-9300-34800+3200
18. Clerk
19. Junior Scale Stenographer
20. Stenotypist
24. Electrician
27. Driver
29. Lab Attendant
29. Lab Attendant
31. Restorer
32. Carpenter
33. Library Attendant
36. Record Restorer
37. Chowkidar
39. Class Room Cleaner
40. Baildar
41. Mali
42. Store Cooli
43. Workshop Cleaner
44. Sweeper
45. Peon-cum-Chowkidar
46. Peon
47. Mali-cum-Chowkidar
48. Daftri
PB1-5200-20200+1900
PB1-5200-20200+2400
PB1-5200-20200+1900
PB1-5200-20200+2400
PB1-5200-20200+2400
1S 4440-7440+1650 (Non-Matric)
PB1-5200-20200+1900 (Matric)
PB1-5200-20200+1900
PB1-5200-20200+1900
1S 4440-7440+1650
PB1-5200-20200+1900
1S 4440-7440+1300
1S 4440-7440+1300
1S 4440-7440+1300
1S 4440-7440+1300
1S 4440-7440+1300
1S 4440-7440+1300
1S 4440-7440+1300
1S 4440-7440+1300
1S 4440-7440+1300
1S 4440-7440+1300
1S 4440-7440+1300
xi)
The budgets allocated to
each of its agencies,
indicating the particulars /
of all plans, propose
expenditures and reports
on disbursement made.
12th Five year Plan 2012-17 and Annual Plan 2015-16, of Technical Education, Department Haryana
` in lacs
Financial year
Budget outlay
Expenditure
Original Plan
Revised Plan
2011-12
24100.00
35566.00
21467.81
2012-13
24610.00
24000.00
21835.12
2013-14
30000.00
28000.00
23412.90
2014-15
39250.00
29727.00
25513.66
2015-16
42151.00
34490.00
34490.00
(Anticipated)
2016-17
36950.00 (approved outlay)
The Department of Technical Education prepares the Technical managers/Scientist/
Engineers/Supervisors and other professionals including skilled technicians through Post Graduate /Under
Graduate and diploma level institutions in the field of Engineering & Technology, Computer, IT,
Management, Pharmacy Architecture, Hotel Management and Applied Arts & Crafts.
The Financial Outlay for the 12th Five year Plan (2012-17) of the Technical Education
Department has been approved as ` 150000.00 lacs and the Annual Plan for the year 2015-16 has been
approved to the tune of ` 42151.00 lacs (including ` 600.00 lacs for SCSP component, ` 7500.00 lacs for
Capital and ` 4307.00 as Central Share). The modified Plan Budget for the year 2015-16 has been approved
for ` 43051.00 lacs (including ` 900.00 lacs 1st supplementary and including ` 4307.00 lacs for Central
Sponsored Scheme). Now, on the basis of actual requirement, the Revised Plan Outlay for 2015-16 is being
proposed for ` 34490.00 lacs (approved outlay) (including ` 600.00 lacs as SCSP, ` 3990.00 lacs for Civil
Works and ` 3700.00 as Central share). The Plan Budget for 2016-17 is approved for ` 36950.00 lacs
(including ` 3700.00 lacs for Centrally Sponsored Schemes/Centrally Sharing Schemes and ` 7500.00 lacs as
Capital).
At the time of inception of Haryana as a separate state in 1966, there were only 6
Polytechnics (Govt.-4 and Govt. Aided-2) and only one Engg. College at Kurukshetra (Joint Venture of State
Govt. and Govt. of India) with annual intake of 1341 approximately. There has been an exponential growth
in the number of Technical Education Institution. In 2004-05, there were only 161 Technical Institutions
with annual intake of 28,445 students.
However, now, the number of AICTE approved technical
Institutions offering AICTE approved technical institutes have been 610 with an Annual intake of 141729.
Cumulative growth pattern of institutions / intake at a glance:-
No. of Institution
200
164
52085
159
54241
165
63735
164
62286
148
59579
MBA
-
-
176
15305
171
12875
162
12463
153
11621
151
11450
MCA
-
-
62
4900
57
3610
51
3270
50
3210
50
3210
B. PHARMA
-
-
32
1965
33
2040
32
2040
32
1960
31
1900
BHMCT
-
-
5
300
5
300
5
300
5
300
6
360
B. Arch.
-
-
10
440
10
740
16
1080
19
1080
20
1090
Annual Intake
Annual Intake
1
Annual Intake
No. of Institution
2015-16
Annual Intake
2014-15
No. of Institution
2013-14
Annual Intake
2012-13
No. of Institution
2011-12
BE
Annual Intake
No. of Institution
1966-67
No. of Institution
Type of Course &
Institution
Diploma
6
1141
187
62460
187
58915
210
65165
230
70545
204
64140
TOTAL
7
1341
637
136455
622
132721
641
148053
653
151002
610
141729
1. 001- Direction and Administration
i) 91-Establishment of Haryana Skill Development Mission
(` in lacs)
2203-Technical Education
4202-Capital
Outlay
Education(Technical Education
Total
Revenue
Capital
Total
2500.00
0.00
2500.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
2500.00
on 0.00
2500.00
Currently, only a very small proportion of India’s workforce has any formal skill
training. At the same time, large sections of the country’s youth are looking for economic and
livelihood opportunities. In this context, skill development has become a key priority area for the
country. This is not only essential for economic development, but would help to fulfill youth
aspirations for good quality, better paid jobs and self-employment opportunities. This would also
enable the country to take advantage of its favourable demographic profile. With a large pool of
skilled people, India has an opportunity to become a skill provider for the world, particularly the
ageing developed world.
National Skill Development Policy 2015 and also National Skill
Development Mission have been launched by Government of India.
As per National Skill Development Agency (NSDA), Govt. of India each State shall
have State Skill Development Mission which would be the single point of contact within the
government to formulate and steer various skill development schemes/ projects and will bring
necessary synergy, oversight and effective co-ordination in the implementation of the skill
development schemes across the departments. The mission monitors and coordinates ongoing
skill schemes in the State and integrates efforts of various departments of the State and Central
Government organizations engaged in providing skill development training and make available
employment oriented and placement linked training in vocational skills to the beneficiaries of the
State.
Haryana Skill Development Mission in society mode was approved by Hon’ble Chief
Minister on 13.02.2015. Concurrence of FD was also obtained on 31.03.2015. “Haryana Skill
Development Mission” society has been registered by the District Registrar for Societies,
Panchkula on 04.05.2015.
The structure of HSDM is as under:
•
Governing Council under the Chairmanship of Chief Secretary.
•
Executive Committee under the Chairmanship of Administrative Secretary, Technical
Education.
•
State Programme Management Unit (SPMU) headed by Mission Director, Director General
Technical Education has been assigned the duty of Mission Director by State Government.
•
District Project Management Units (DPMU) under the supervision of Deputy
Commissioners.
Haryana Skill Development Mission has been constituted as per directions of
Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship, Govt. of India. The basic structure of
Haryana Skill Development Mission is based on the pattern of Uttar Pradesh Skill Development
Mission as suggested by the Ministry.
Range headquarters have been formed based on
geographical distribution of districts & district-wise work to be achieved. The number of posts at
Mission head quarter, range headquarters & at district centres and their qualifications were
finalized in the meeting held under the Chairmanship of Chief Secretary on 27.05.2015 in which
PS-Finance and PSTE participated.
There is no provision in the State Plan 2015-16. Supplementary Estimates ` 900.00
lacs (including ` 180.00 lacs as SC Component) has been approved in the Financial year 2015-16
and a sum of ` 2500.00 lacs (including ` 500.00 lacs as SC Component) is being proposed for the
Annual Plan 2016-17 for the said scheme.
ii) 97-Strengthening of Directorate of Technical Education.
(` in lacs)
Revenue
Capital
Total
282.00
0
282.00
4202-Capital
Outlay
on 0
Education(Technical Education
0
0.00
Total
0
282.00
2203-Technical Education
282.00
Administrative Control over the Field Institutions is exercised through the
Directorate of Technical Education Haryana. The Scheme strengthening of Directorate of
Technical Education Haryana is a continuing. To strengthen the Directorate of Technical Education
Department further, the Chairman of the State Admission and Fee Committee, 5 more posts have
also been created for the assistance of the Chairman. The Chairman of the committee enjoy the
facilities, which are available to a High Court Judge. The Legislature of the State of Haryana vide
Act No. 18 of 2012 has enacted Haryana Private Technical Educational Institutions (Regulation of
Admission and Fee) Act 2012 to provide for regulation of Admission & Fee for Technical Courses
run by Private Technical Educational Institute in the State of Haryana and for matters connected
hereto. The notification to this effect has been issued by the Haryana Govt. vide No. Leg. 23/2012
dated 10.09.2012.
As a result of expansion of the Department, a post of Director General Technical
Education, Haryana has been created during the financial year 2010-11 which has been manned
by Super time IAS Officer. Further, as a result of expansion of the Department, more post are
proposed to be created in the Directorate.
A sum of ` 850.00 lacs has been proposed for 12th Five year plan 2012-17. There is a
provision of ` 225.00 lacs (including ` 45.00 lacs as SC Component) in the State Plan 2015-16.
Revised Estimate ` 254.00 lacs is being proposed for the Financial year 2015-16. A sum of ` 282.00
lacs (including ` 56.00 lacs as SC Component) is being proposed for the Financial Year 2016-17 for
the said scheme. This is a continuing scheme.
2.
102-Assistance to Universities for Technical Education
i.) 99-Guru Jambeshwar University Science & Technology Hissar
(` in lacs)
Revenue
Capital
Total
1000.00
0
1000.00
4202-Capital
0
Outlay
on
Education(Techni
cal Education
0
0.00
Total
0
1000.00
2203-Technical
Education
1000.00
Since, Science & Technology Guru Jambeshwar University Hissar is a Technical
University in the State and it is in developing stage, therefore, development works such as
construction of auditorium, construction of research center, teacher hostel and introduction of
new courses in the emerging areas are to be completed in the 12th Five Year Plan. Therefore, a
total provision of ` 9150.00 lacs in the 12th five Year Plan 2012-17 has been made. Against the
original provision of ` 4500.00 lacs, a sum of 4500.00 lacs (including ` 900.00 lacs as SC
Component) is being proposed in the Revised Plan Budget 2015-16 and a provision of ` 1000.00
lacs (including ` 200.00 lacs as SC Component) is being proposed for the Financial Year 2016-17 for
the said scheme. This is a continuing scheme.
ii) 98- Deen Bandhu Chhotu Ram University of Science & Technology Murthal (Sonepat)
(` in lacs)
Revenue
Capital
Total
1000.00
0
1000.00
4202-Capital Outlay on Education 0
(Technical Education
0
0.00
Total
0
1000.00
2203-Technical Education
1000.00
To provide facilities and promote studies and research in emerging areas of higher
education, including new frontiers of Science, Engg., Technology, Architecture and Management
studies and also to achieve excellence in connected field, the State Govt. vide their gazette
notification No. Leg.33/2006 dated 6.11.2006 has enacted the Establishment of Deen Bandhu
Chhotu Ram University of Science & Technology Murthal by upgrading Chhotu Ram State
College of Engg. Murthal Sonepat into a University. Before the enactment of the University, the
CRSCE Murthal was under Non-Plan side. Therefore, a new scheme namely 98-Deen Bandhu
Chhotu Ram University of Science & Technology Murthal (Sonepat) has been introduced.
A sum of 2000.00 lacs has been provided in the 12th five Year Plan 2012-17 for the
said scheme. There is a provision of ` 3500.00 lacs (including ` 700.00 lacs as SC Component) in
the State Plan 2015-16, a sum of ` 3500.00 is being proposed in the Revised Plan 2015-16
including ` 700.00 lacs for SC component. A sum of ` 1000.00 lacs (including ` 200.00 lacs as SC
Component) is being proposed for the Financial Year 2016-17 for the said scheme. This is a
continuing scheme.
iii) 97-YMCA University of Science & Technology, Faridabad
(` in lacs)
2203-Technical Education
4202-Capital Outlay
(Technical Education
on
Revenue
Capital
Total
1000.00
0
1000.00
0
0.00
0
1000.00
Education 0
Total
1000.00
The Y.M.C.A. University of Science & Tech. Faridabad is a prestigious Technical
University in the State of Haryana. The track record of the University indicated a 100%
employment/self employment. The YMCA Institute of Engineering was upgraded to the level of
deemed University. Presently, the University is 100% Govt. Aided besides Engg. Degree
Programmes, Post Graduate level courses of MCA and M. Tech. have also been started on self
financing basis is the University.
Most of the equipment, which was donated by the promoters in sixties and seventies
has become obsolete and requires replacement. A sum of 60.00 lacs has been proposed in the 12th
five Year Plan 2012-17 for the said scheme. Further, due to the up-gradation of the university some
administrative posts have been created by the State Govt. during the year 2013-14. Moreover, as a
result of up-gradation of the college to the University a lot of construction work is required to be
completed. Against the original provision of ` 2000.00 lacs a sum of 500.00 lacs is being proposed
in the Revised Plan Budget 2015-16 and a provision of ` 1000.00 lacs is being proposed for the
Financial Year 2016-17 for the said scheme. This is a continuing scheme.
iv)
(96)-State University of Performing and Visual Art Rohtak.
` in lacs
Revenue
Capital
Total
1000.00
-
1000.00
2203-Technical Education
Grant in aid
4202-Capital
Outlay
Education(Technical Education
Total
on
1000.00
1000.00
It was felt that in the country in general, and in North India in particular, the
education opportunities in the area of visual and performing arts are lacking. Hence, the State
Government decides to establish world class institutes offering newer disciplines in these fields for
young and aspiring students. to nature this initiative, a unique autonomous campus has been setup
for offering degree level academic programmes in Design, Film & TV, Fine Arts and Urban
Planning & Architecture by the Department of Technical Education, Government of Haryana.
In the First phase undergraduate programmes are being offered and in subsequent
phase, master and research programmes shall be offered. The vision is to establish these
institutes as a center of excellence in their respective areas. They shall act as a catalyst for
development of art & design industry, undertake research in urban planning, boost experimental
& regional cinema, act as mentor to neighboring institutes and undertake faculty and
management development programmes for the academia & the corporate sector. The classes of
SIFA (120 seats) SID (80 seats), SIFTV (60 seats) were started from the academic session 2011-12,
whereas classes of SIUPA (40 seats) started from the academic session 2012-13.
The Integrated Campus at Rohtak, has a unique interdisciplinary approach towards
the field of visual & performing arts where young professionals are prepared to be a part of the
ever growing demands of these fields. The campus comprises of four institutes namely State
Institute of Urban Planning & Architecture (SIPUA).
The Haryana Legislature vide Act No. 24 of 2014 has up-graded the integrated
campus of Govt. Technical Institute(s), Society, Rohtak comprising of four institutes namely, State
Institute of Fine Arts, State Institute of Design, State Institute of Film and Television and State
Institute of Urban Planning & Architecture into a leading university namely State University of
Performing and Visual Art Rohtak to facilitate and permute studies and research in emerging
arrears of higher education with focus on new frontiers of Design, Fin Art, Film & Television,
Urban Planning & Architecture and also to achieve excellence in these connected field. The Govt.
has issued a notification to this effect vide No. Leg. 30/2014 dated 01.10.2014.
A provision of ` 30650.00 has been made for the 12th Five year plan 2012-17.
A sum of ` 4500.00 lacs (including ` 900.00 lacs for SC Component) is being proposed in the revised
Budget 2015-16 and a sum of ` 1000.00 lacs (including ` 200.00 lacs for SC Component) is being
proposed in the Annual Plan 2016-17 for this scheme. This is a continuing scheme.
3
104-Assistance to Non Govt. Technical Colleges and Institute
i) 77-Development of Aided Polytechnic
(` in lacs)
Revenue
Capital
Total
435.00
0
435.00
4202-Capital Outlay on Education 0
(Technical Education
0
0.00
Total
0
435.00
2203-Technical Education
435.00
It is a continuing Scheme.
There are 4 Aided intuitions under the Technical
Education Deptt. namely C R. Polytechnic Rohtak, VTI Rohtak, SJP Damla and BPS Mahila
Polytechnic, Khanpur Kalan . Under the world Bank Project some new posts were created in the IX
Five Year Plan which were taken on Plan side and the same are to be continued further.
A sum of ` 1500.00 lacs has been provided for 12th Five year plan 2012-17. There is
a provision of ` 250.00 lacs during the year 2015-16 and the revised estimates of ` 370.00 lacs
(including ` 2.00 lacs for each Polytechnic for Minor Works in respect of buildings constructed
under World Bank Project by the State Govt.) is being proposed and a sum of ` 435.00 lacs is being
proposed for the Annual Plan 2016-17 for the said scheme. This is a continuing scheme.
ii) 73-Construction of New Boys Hostel in Mewat Engg. College Village Palla (District
Mewat)
(` in lacs)
2203-Technical Education
4202-Capital
Education
Education
Total
Revenue
Capital
Total
100.00
0
100.00
0
0.00
0
100.00
Outlay on 0
(Technical
100.00
As per decision taken by the Standing Finance committee in the meeting held on
29.08.2014 under the Chairmanship of Additional Chief Secretary, Finance Department Haryana
The Grant-in-Aid amounting to ` 1050.00 lacs is to be provided to Waqf Board Haryana for
Construction of New Boys Hostel in Mewat Engg. College Village Palla Tehsil Nuh District
Mewat through Technical education Department in phased manner and funds amounting to `
200.00 lacs in 2014-15, ` 500.00 lacs in 2015-16 and ` 350.00 lacs in 2016-17 would be released by
the State Govt. to Waqf Board Haryana through Technical Education Department Haryana.
Accordingly, it has been decided by the State Govt. to open a New Scheme Namely 73-Construction of New Boys Hostel in Mewat Engg. College Village Palla Tehsil Nuh District
Mewat. The proposal to this effect has also been approved by the Planning Department Haryana
vide their U.O. No. DESA(Plg.)-2014/676 dated 25.11.2014. A new Head of Account for the said
scheme has also been created with the concurrence of the Principal Accountant General Haryana.
A sum of ` 100.00 lacs is being proposed in the Revised Budget Estimates 2015-16
and a sum of ` 100.00 lacs (including ` 20.00 lacs for SC Component) is being proposed in the
Annual Plan 2016-17 for the above said scheme.
4.
105-Polytechnics
i) 89-Setting up of new Govt. Polytechnic in the State
` in lacs
Revenue
Capital
Total
0.00
-
0.00
2203-Technical Education
Grant in aid
4202-Capital Outlay on Education (Technical
Education
Total
0.00
0.00
As per the policy of State Govt. atleast one new Polytechnic is to be opened in each
district. Accordingly, the Govt. has agreed in principle to open atleast one Polytechnic in each
Distt. in the State namely, at Umri (Kurukshetra), Jattal (Panipat), Dangar (Fatehabad), Nanakpur
(Panchkula), Ch. Ranbir Singh Govt. Polytechnic Hathinikund Barrage (Yamuna Nagar). New
Govt. Polytechnics namely Neemka (Faridabad), Shergarh (Kaithal)/Indri (Mewat)/Mandkola
(Palwal), Chhapar (Bhiwani), Madalpur (Faridabad), Malab (Mewat), Dhamlawas (Rewari) and
Sector 26 Panchkula are being established under State Plan.
A provision of ` 5850.00 lacs, has been proposed for the 12th five year plan 2012-17.
There is no provision in the original budget 2015-16. Therefore, no provision is being proposed in
the Revised Plan 2015-16 and Annual Plan 2016-17 for the above said scheme.
ii)
59-Development of Govt. Polytechnics
(` in lacs)
Revenue
2203-Technical Education
4202-Capital Outlay on Education
(Technical Education)
Total
Capital
Total
11540.00
0.00
11540.00
0.00
4000.00
4000.00
11540.00
4000.00
15540.00
Three Plan schemes i.e. Faculty Development, Internal Revenue Generation and
Development of Govt. Polytechnic in the State have been clubbed in single scheme i.e.
Development of Govt. Polytechnic in the State in the 12th Five year Plan 2012-17.
This is continuing scheme. At present, construction work of Administrative cum
Academic Block, Workshop Block and Library Block/Internal Roads/Boundary Walls etc. of six
Govt. Institutions/Polytechnics namely, GP Shergarh (Kaithal), Meham (Rohtak), Bhiwani, Indri
(Mewat), Malab (Mewat) and Mandkola (Palwal) is in progress through PWD B&R Haryana. The
construction work of New Govt. Polytechnics namely, Chhapar (Bhiwani), Sector 26 Panchkula,
Dhamlawas (Rewari), Beri (Jhajjar) and Madalpur (Faridabad) is likely to be taken up by PWD
B&R Haryana in 2015-16.
Apart from above, new courses have been added up and consequently the intake has
been increased in some of the polytechnics. In addition to the already sanctioned posts in the
existing institutions, more new posts have been created and number of posts are likely to be created
by the Govt. during the current financial year.
A sum of ` 58770.00 lacs has been proposed for the 12th five year plan 2012-17. A
sum of ` 12000.00 lacs (including ` 2400.00 lacs for SC Component and ` 3000.00 lacs for Civil
Works) is being proposed in the Revised Budget for the year 2015-16 and amounting to ` 15540.00
lacs (including ` 3108.00 lacs for SC Component and ` 4000.00 lacs for Civil Work) is proposed for
the Financial year 2016-17 for the above said scheme. This is a continuing scheme.
iii)
54-Integrated Skill Development Scheme (ISDS)
(` in lacs)
2203-Technical Education
4202-Capital
Outlay
Education(Technical Education)
Total
Revenue
Capital
Total
123.00
0.00
123.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
123.00
on 0.00
123.00
Government of India, Ministry of Textiles has launched Integrated Skill
Development Scheme (ISDS) during 12th Five Year Plan with a physical target to train 15 lacs
persons in partnership with State Government Agencies. State of Haryana has a target to train
20000 persons during the 12th Five Year Plan under the project at the cost of ` 2000.00 lacs @ `
10000/- per trainee. The total cost of the training would be in the ratio of 75:25 between Govt. of
India and State Govt. Funds of ` 1500.00 lacs will be provided by Ministry of Textiles, GOI, under
the scheme whereas contribution of ` 500.00 lacs has to be committed by the State Govt.
Proposal of the Department to implement Integrated Skill Development Scheme in
the State was submitted to the Ministry of Textiles. Empowered Committee (EC) of Ministry of
Textiles, Govt. of India considered the proposal of the Department and approved the proposal on
28.03.2014. The same proposal has been approved by Ministry of Textiles, Govt. of India vide
their letter no.17/8/2014-TP dated 13.05.2014 and no. 01/36/2013-TP dated 23.05.2014. The
scheme has been considered by the Standing Finance Committee of the State Govt. and the same
has been approved in its meeting held on 05.02.2015.
In view of above, a provision of ` 144.00 lacs as 25% State Share and Rs, 432.00
lacs as 75% Central Share is being proposed in the Revised Budget 2015-16 and a sum of ` 123.00
lacs as 25% State Share and ` 370.00 lacs as 75% Central Share is being proposed in the Budget
Estimates 2016-17.
Note: ` 123.00 lacs as State Share 25% and ` 350.00 lacs as Centre Share 75%
5.
58-Technical Education Quality Improvement Programme Phase – II (TEQIP-II)
(` in lacs)
2203-Technical Education
4202-Capital Outlay
(Technical Education
on
Total
Revenue
Capital
Total
700.00
0
700.00
0
0.00
0
700.00
Education 0
700.00
The World Bank Assisted Technical Education Quality Improvement Programme of
GOVT. OF INDIA Phase-II is a Centrally Sponsored Scheme (CSS). It has focus on the objectives to
improve the overall quality of existing Engineering Educational Programme. The project cost for
the Govt. funded and aided Institution would be shared between Ministry of Human Resources
Development (Govt. of India) and State in the ratio of 75:25 (for special category states, the ratio
is 90:10) under the Sub Component 1.1 and 1.2. For private unaided Institutions, the cost sharing
ratio between MHRD, State (including the special category states) and the Institutions would be
in the ration of 60:20:20 (60% Grant from MHRD, 20% from State and 20% funds from the
Institutions). The TEQIP-II made effective from 06.08.2010 and be implemented as per Project
Implementation Plan (PIP) of MHRD (Govt. of India).
As per provision in the Project Implementation Plan (PIP) of TEQIP-II project, at the
state level, the department responsible for Technical Education is required to ensure Budget
provision on entire 100% expenditure for their Institutions. Accordingly, a budget provision has
been made for Central and State share in the State Plan.
After securitization and approval of National Steering Committee (NSC) of MHRD,
the following 6 institutions from the State of Haryana has been selected under Sub Component
1.1 and 1.2 of the project:Sub Component 1.1: (Strengthening Institutions to improve learning outcomes
employability of graduates)
1.
and
University Institute of Engineering & Technology, Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra
(Govt. Institution).
2.
University Institute of Engineering & Technology, Maharishi Dayanand University,
Rohtak (Govt. Institution).
3.
NC College of Engineering, Israna (Panipat) (Private Institution).
Sub Component 1.2:(Scaling-up Post Graduate education and demand- driven R & D& I).
1.
Faculty of Science, Kurukshetra, University, Kurukshetra.
2.
Faculty of Engg. & Technology, Deen bandhu Chhotu Ram, University, Murthal
(Sonipat).
3.
Faculty of Science & Technology, Guru Jambheshwar University of Science and
Technology, Hisar.
A provision of ` 2500.00 lacs (75% Centre share and 25% State Share) was
proposed in the budget estimates 2015-16. However, a provision of ` 2500.00 lacs (75% Centre
share and 25% State Share) is being proposed in the Revised Budget 2015-16 and a sum of `
2800.00 lacs (75% Centre share and 25% State Share) is being proposed in the Annual Plan 201617 for Technical Education Quality Improvement Programme Phase – II (TEQIP-II)
Note: ` 2100.00 lacs as Centre Share and ` 700.00 lacs as State Govt. Share
6.
789-Special component Plan Scheme for SC students
In Haryana 20% seats are reserved for SC students, therefore, the 20% of the
budget of the Department is being utilized on SC category. However, in addition to this following
new schemes have been proposed for SC students especially in Polytechnic/Engg./Technical
courses. The schemes under this category are as under:(i) Special coaching for Admission to Engg. Diploma /degree holders SC students.
(ii) Special coaching for SC students for various competition and placements.
(iii) Free books to SC students studying in Polytechnics/Engg. Colleges.
(iv) Reimbursement of fee to SC students studying in Polytechnics/Engg. Colleges.
(v) Stipend for Scheduled Caste Students.
(vi) Construction of hostel for SC students
2203-Technical Education-789-Special Component Plan for SC
i)
99-Special coaching for admission
(` in lacs)
Revenue
Capital
Total
0.00
0.00
0.00
4202-Capital
Outlay
on 0.00
Education (Technical Education
0.00
0.00
Total
0.00
0.00
2203-Technical Education
0.00
It was felt that the SC students due to their educationally and socially poor back
ground are enable to participate in selection process for Technical Education courses. To make
them aware and prepare for entrance examination, a scheme i.e. Special Coaching for admission
has been framed by the Govt. for the purpose.
However, this scheme has been discontinued by the Department during the year
2012-13. Therefore, no provision is being made in the Revised Budget 2015-16 and Annual Plan
2016-17 for the said scheme.
(ii)
98-Special coaching for competitions/placement
(` in lacs)
2203-Technical Education
4202-Capital Outlay
(Technical Education
on
Total
Revenue
Capital
Total
0.00
0
0.00
0
0.00
0
0.00
Education 0
0.00
It was felt that the SC students due to their educationally and socially poor back
ground are enable to participate in selection process for Technical Education courses. To make
them aware and prepare for Competitions and Placement, a scheme i.e. Special Coaching for
competitions/placement has been framed by the Govt. for the purpose.
However, this scheme has been discontinued by the Department during the year
2012-13. Therefore, no provision is being made in the Revised Budget 2015-16 and Annual Plan
2016-17 for the said scheme.
iii.)
97-Supply of Free books
(` in lacs)
2203-Technical Education
4202-Capital
Outlay
Education(Technical Education
Total
Revenue
Capital
Total
100.00
0
100.00
0
0.00
0
100.00
on 0
100.00
Due to poor Socio-economic status of Scheduled Caste, many of SC students are
unable to purchase dictionary and prescribed syllabus/reference book for the entire course.
To make available sets of prescribed syllabus/reference books in the library to
Scheduled Castes students of the Institute for 30% of admitted students (course-wise).
Scheduled Castes students of Govt./Govt. Aided/Institution (Polytechnics, Engg.
Colleges, MBA/MCA/Pharmacy/Architecture/Hotel Management College duly approved by
HSBTE/AICTE including Technical Courses of Universities/Deemed Universities established by or
under Central/State Act).
A sum of ` 310.00 lacs has been proposed for the 12th five year plan 2012-17.
Against the original provision of ` 100.00 lacs a sum of ` 100.00 lacs is being proposed in the
Revised Budget 2015-16 and a sum of ` 100.00 lacs is being proposed in the Annual Plan 2016-17
for the said Scheme.
iv.)
96-Reimbursement of fee
(` in lacs)
Revenue
Capital
Total
500.00
0
500.00
4202-Capital Outlay on Education 0
(Technical Education
0
0.00
Total
0
500.00
2203-Technical Education
500.00
To cover those SC students who are not covered under the criteria of annual
Parental income upto ` 2.5 lacs under Govt. of India Post Matric Scholarship (PMS) Scheme for SC
students.
To facilitate SC students in getting good technical education who are otherwise
unable to join such institutions due to their poor economic conditions.
Scheduled Castes students of Govt./Govt. Aided/Private Technical Institutions
(Polytechnics, Engg. Colleges, MBA/MCA/Pharmacy/Architecture/Hotel Management College duly
approved by HSBTE/AICTE including Technical Courses of Universities/Deemed Universities
established by or under Central/State Act).
A sum of ` 2500.00 lacs has been proposed for the 12th five year plan 2012-17.
Against the original provision of ` 500.00 lacs, a sum of ` 500.00 lacs is being proposed in the
Revised Budget 2015-16 and a sum of ` 500.00 lacs is being proposed for the Annual Plan 2016-17
for the above said scheme.
v.)
95-Stipend for Scheduled Caste Students
(` in lacs)
Revenue
Capital
Total
0.00
0
0.00
4202-Capital Outlay on Education 0
(Technical Education
0
0
Total
0
0
2203-Technical Education
0
It is felt that SC students inspite of being available reservation and provision of
tuition fee and other merit based scholarships are unable to pursue higher education due to lack
of financial resources to meet day to day expenditure. To overcome this hurdle the scheme of
providing stipend is being proposed.
To promote filing of competition amongst SC student, it is proposed to offer merit
base scholarship to well performing students in academic. The value of scholarship is proposed
to be tentatively ` 10000/- per annum.
Since, the scheme of Scholarship/Stipend to SC Students is being restructured,
therefore, no provision was made in the Annual Plan 2015-16 and on approval of the restructured
scheme the provision will be made in the Revised Annual Plan 2015-16, therefore, no provision is
being proposed in the Annual Plan 2016-17.
vi)
99-Construction of Hostel for SC students.
(` in lacs)
2203-Technical Education
4202-Capital Outlay
(Technical Education
on
Revenue
Capital
Total
0.00
0
0.00
1000.00
1000.00
1000.00
1000.00
Education 0
Total
0.00
At present there are no earmarked hostels for SC girls or boys. As per the present
system of hostel allotment the academic merit is the criteria. It is felt that SC students are
deprived of hostel accommodation it is an impediment for their participation in Technical
Education. To overcome this it is proposed to have earmarked hostels for SC girls and boys. In
these hostels the first priority shall be of SC candidates and in case of any vacancy same may be
allotted to General category students.
The financial support other than budget provision shall be drawn from schemes of
SC Welfare being implemented by Department of Women & child Development, Department of
Higher Education, Department of Social Welfare of Govt. of India.
A sum of ` 4330.00 lacs has been proposed for the 12th five year plan 2012-17. A
sum of ` 1000.00 lacs has been provided in the Plan Budget 2015-16 and a sum of ` 190.00 lacs is
being proposed in the Revised Budget 2015-16 and a sum of ` 1000.00 lacs is being proposed in
Annual Plan 2016-17 for the above said scheme.
7.
112-Engg./Technical Colleges & Institute
i)
92-Establishment of National Institute of Fashion Technology (NIFT) Panchkula
` in lacs
Revenue
Capital
Total
2000.00
0.00
2000.00
4202-Capital Outlay on Education(Technical 0.00
Education
0.00
0.00
Total
0.00
2000.00
2203-Technical Education
Grant in aid
2000.00
National Institute of Fashion Technology is being established by Ministry of Textile,
Govt. of India at Sector 23-Panchkula. The State Govt. is committed to provide funds amounting
to ` 9971.00 lacs towards development of buildings, infrastructure, hostel staff residencies,
furniture, IT Hardware and Software, Vehicles, etc. as well as viability gap funding for the 1st four
years of the running of the NIFT Project. The physical possession of the site measuring 10 acre in
sector 23, Panchkula for establishment of NIFT Campus has been taken over and lay out plan and
drawings for construction of above said project are under preparation. The funds will be provided
by the State Govt. in phased manner in three Financial Years i.e. from 2014-15 to 2016-17. The
standing Finance Committee of the State Govt. in its meeting held on 10.12.2013 has cleared the
said project.
Against the original provision of ` 1500.00 lacs a sum of ` 0.00 lacs is being
proposed in the Revised Budget 2015-16 and a sum of ` 2000.00 lacs is being proposed in the
Annual Plan 2016-17 for the said scheme.
ii)
93-Establishment of Ch. Devi Lal Engg. College Paniwala Mota (Sirsa)
(` in lacs)
Revenue
Capital
Total
0.00
0.00
0.00
4202-Capital
Outlay
on 0.00
Education Technical Education
0.00
0.00
Total
0.00
0.00
2203-Technical Education
0.00
The Ch. Devi Lal Govt. Engg. College Paniwala Mota (Sirsa) is a prestigious State
Engineering College in the field of Technical Education. The track record of the Institute Indicated
a 100% employment/self employment. Presently, the Institution is 100% Govt. Aided
A sum of 3500.00 lacs has been provided in the 12th five Year Plan 2012-17. Since,
there is already sufficient funds available with the colleges, therefore, no provision is being made
in the Revised Budget 2015-16 and Annual Plan 2016-17 under the above said scheme. This is a
continuing scheme.
iii)
94-Establishment of Govt. Engg. College Rewari
` in lacs
Revenue
Capital
2203-Technical Education
-
-
-
Grant in aid
-
-
-
4202-Capital Outlay on Education (Technical
Education
Total
-
Total
1000.00
1000.00
1000.00
1000.00
The State Govt. vide their orders dated 9.08.2012 has approved the proposed site
measuring 52.5 acres at village Zainabad (Rewari) for establishment of Rao Birender Singh State
Institute of Engg. & Technolgy Zainabad (Rewari). The land for the site of the college has been
transferred in the name of Technical Education Department Haryana, by the Development &
Panchayat Department Haryana. The construction work of the college is in progress by PWD B&R
Haryana..
Against the original provision of ` 1250.00 lacs. A sum of ` 400.00 lacs is being
proposed in the Revised Budget 2015-16 and a sum of ` 1000.00 lacs is being proposed in the
Annual Plan 2016-17 for the said scheme. This is a continuing scheme.
iv)
95-Establishment of Govt. Engg. College Jhajjar
(` in lacs)
Revenue
Capital
2203-Technical Education
-
-
-
Grant in aid
-
-
-
4202-Capital Outlay on Education (Technical
Education
Total
-
Total
1500.00
1500.00
1500.00
1500.00
The State Govt. vide their orders dated 9.08.2012 has approved the proposed site
measuring 40 acres at village Silani Kesho (Jhajjar) on Jhajjar Gurgaon Road for establishment of
Govt. Engg. College Jhajjar (which has been renamed as State Institute of Engg. & Technology
Silani Kesho, Jhajjar). The land for the site of the college has been transferred in the name of
Technical Education Department Haryana, by the Development & Panchayat Department
Haryana. The construction work of the college is in progress by PWD B&R Haryana.
Against the original provision of ` 1250.00 lacs. A sum of ` 400.00 lacs is being
proposed in the Revised Budget 2015-16 and a sum of ` 1500.00 lacs is being proposed in the
Annual Plan 2016-17 for the said scheme. This is a continuing scheme.
v)
(91)-Establishment of Indian Institute of Information Technology (IIIT), Village
Kilohrad, Sonepat
(` in lacs)
Revenue
Capital
Total
2203-Technical Education
1000.00
0.00
1000.00
4202-Capital
Outlay
on 0.00
Education (Technical Education
0.00
0.00
Total
0.00
1000.00
1000.00
It has been decided by MHRD, Govt. of India to establish Indian Institute of
Information Technology (IIIT), village Kilohrad, Sonipat to redress the increasing skill challenges
of the Indian IT industry and growth of the domestic IT market. The capital cost of each IIIT has
been identified as ` 128 Crore to be contributed in the ratio of 50:35:15 by the Central Government,
the State Government, and the Industry Partners respectively. HSIIDC and Hartron have been
approved as Industry Partners for the project.
The site selection committee under MHRD has inspected the site at village
Kilohrad, district Sonipat on 12.7.2013 and approved the same. Sanction for transfer of land
measuring 49 acre 7 kanal 11 marla of Gram Panchayat Kilohrad Distt. Sonepat has been accorded
by Govt. vide Endst. no. SBA-03-2013/47161-65 dated 17.09.13.
The land has been transferred in favour of Technical Education Department
Haryana. Lease deed has been executed on 03.10.2013. The draft copies of MoU & MoA along
with rules & regulations of the Society have been approved by MHRD, Govt. of India. The same
has been signed by Administrative Secretary of Technical Education Department. The MoU and
MoA was submitted to HSIIDC for signature in February 2014.
The Guest Classes in 3 branches namely Computer Science & Engineering,
Electronics & Communication Engineering and Information Technology with intake of 30 seats in
each branch have been started in the premises of National Institute of Technology (NIT)
Kurukshetra from the academic session 2014-15.
In view of above a sum of ` 0.00 lacs is being proposed for the Revise Plan 2015-16
and a sum of ` 1000.00 lacs is being proposed for the annual plan 2016-17 in respect of the above
scheme.
8.
55- Community Development Through Polytechnics.
(` in lacs)
Revenue
Capital
Total
200.00
0.00
200.00
4202-Capital Outlay on Education 0.00
(Technical Education
0.00
0.00
Total
0.00
200.00
2203-Technical Education
200.00
Govt. of India Ministry of Human Resource Development, Department of Higher
Education has been implementing the scheme of Community Development through Polytechnics
(Govt. and Govt Aided Polytechnics) during the 11th Plan period from 2009 onward, as a part of
the sub mission of Polytechnics. The scheme provides for imparting short term non formal skill
development programme in various skills/ trades besides appropriate technology transfer to the
local community. Major emphasis under the scheme is on skill development, popularization of
appropriate technologies and providing of technical and support services to the intended targets
group. The targets group under the scheme includes SC, ST, OBC, Minority, Women Person with
disabilities, Economically weaker section and other disadvantaged section of the society
16 Polytechnics in Haryana as detailed below have been selected under the above
scheme:1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
Govt. Polytechnic, Nilokheri
Govt. Polytechnic, Ambala City
Govt. Polytechnic, Hisar
Govt. Polytechnic, Uttawar
Govt. Polytechnic for women, Ambala City
Govt. Polytechnic for women, Sirsa
Govt. Polytechnic, Jhajjar
Govt. Polytechnic, Sonepat
Govt. Polytechnic, Mandi Adampur
Govt. Polytechnic, Sirsa
Govt. Polytechnic for women, Faridabad
BPS Mahila Polytechnic Kanya Gurkul, Khanpur Kalan
Govt. Polytechnic, Narnaul
Vaish Technical Polytechnic, Rohtak
SJP Polytechnic, Damla
Chhotu Ram Polytechnic, Rohtak
Under the old scheme the funds were released by MHRD direct to the concerned
implementing institutions and the monitoring of the scheme was made by the NITTTR. However
during the financial year 2011-12, the scheme was reviewed by MHRD and now it has been
decided that the funds under the new scheme may be released through State Finance Department to
the concerned institution. Accordingly new head of Account has been opened by the Accountant
General Haryana. The new scheme is a 100% centrally sponsored and the amount provided under
the scheme will not be a part of the Department Plan ceiling.
There is s Budget provision of ` 200.00 lacs during the year 2015-16 under this
scheme and a sum of ` 200.00 is being proposed in the Revised Budget 2015-16 and ` 200.00 lacs
is being proposed for Annual Plan 2016-17 for the said scheme.
9.
82-Modernization of Existing Polytechnics
(` in lacs)
Revenue
Capital
Total
1000.00
0.00
1000.00
4202-Capital
0.00
Outlay
on
Education(Techni
cal Education
0.00
0.00
Total
0.00
1000.00
2203-Technical
Education
1000.00
The Govt. of India, Ministry of Human Resources Development is providing
Financial Assistance for up-gradation of existing Polytechnics/Aided Polytechnics. As per selected
Polytechnics under the scheme of submissions under coordinated action for skill Development for
providing modern equipment and replacement of absolute equipment and for providing modern
facilities for application of IIT in teaching, learning, testing processes, etc. The name of
Polytechnics are Govt. Polytechnic Ambala City/Hisar/Adampur/Narnaul/ Nilokheri/Sirsa/Govt.
Polytechnic for Women Ambala/Sirsa/Faridabad/Govt. Polytechnic Education Society Nathusari
Chopta/Manesar/Loharu have been selected under the above scheme. The funds provided in the
Budget under this scheme for the year 2014-15 will shortly to be released by Govt. of India
There is s Budget provision of ` 300.00 lacs during the year 2015-16 under this
scheme and a sum of ` 1000.00 is being proposed in the Revised Estimates 2015-16 and a sum of `
1000.00 is being proposed for the Annual Plan 2016-17 for the said scheme.
10.
89-Setting up of New Govt. Polytechnics in the State.
(` in lacs)
Revenue
Capital
Total
2000.00
0.00
2000.00
4202-Capital
Outlay
on 0.00
Education (Technical Education
0.00
0.00
Total
0.00
2000.00
2203-Technical Education
2000.00
The Govt. of India, Ministry of Human Resources Development is providing
Financial Assistance for setting up of New Govt. Polytechnics in the State for the
unserved/underserved district. Under this scheme 7 districts have been selected for setting up of
New Polytechnics in Haryana namely, Panchkula, Yamuna Nagar, Kurukshetra, Panipat,
Fatehabad, Kaithal and Rewari. A sum of ` 1230.00 lacs (` 800.00 lacs for constructions work and `
430.00 lacs for Machinery Equipment) for each polytechnic will be provided by Govt. of India. A
sum of ` 700.00 lacs have been released by Govt. of India during the year 2013-14. The funds
provided in the Budget under this scheme for the year 2014-15 will shortly to be released by Govt.
of India
There is s Budget provision of ` 1000.00 lacs during the year 2015-16 under this
scheme. A sum of ` 2000.00 is being proposed in the Revised Budget 2015-16 and a sum of `
2000.00 lacs is being proposed in the Budget Estimates 2016-17 for the said scheme.
11.
97-Construction of Women’s Hostel in Polytechnics (100% Centrally Sponsored Scheme)
(` in lacs)
Revenue
Capital
Total
0.00
0.00
0.00
4202-Capital Outlay on Education, Sports, 0.00
Art & Culture-02-Technical Education104-Polytechnics-97-Construction
of
Women’s Hostel in Polytechnics
500.00
500.00
Total
500.00
500.00
2203-Technical Education
0.00
Govt. of India is providing financial assistance for construction of Women’s Hostel
in Govt./Govt. Aided Polytechnics @ ` 100.00 lacs per polytechnics under the Scheme of
submission of Polytechnics under coordinated action for skill development. The amount of `
100.00 lacs is to be released in installments based on progress achieved. The Grants under the
schemes are to be released by Govt. of India through concerned State through Book Transfer via
RBI for the further release of the specified amount to the concerned Polytechnic. The grant in Aid
shall be utilized by the concerned States for construction of Women’s Hostel in the Polytechnics
and the Technical Education Department shall release the amount mentioned against each
polytechnic immediately on receipt of funds for construction of Women’s Hostel. The State Govt.
may ensure that sanctioned amount are released to the specified polytechnics in a time bound
manner to complete the construction activities at the earliest. The Polytechnic may submit
physical progress report quarterly in the prescribed format indicating the name of agency to
whom the work is entrusted duly certified by constructing agency. The expenditure over and
above will have to be met by the State Govt. The terms and condition as contained in Govt. of
India letter No. 15/2/2011-1TS (IV) dated 11.05.2011 will have to be adhere to by the State
Govt./Department. At present, the construction work under the above scheme is being carried
out in 9 existing Govt. Polytechnics and the Govt. of India, MHRD has accorded sanction for
release of ` 70.00 lacs for construction of Women’s Hostel at Govt. Polytechnic Manesar
(Gurgaon) during the year 2013-14 and there is a proposal for construction of 5 women’s hostel in
New Govt. Polytechnics during the year 2014-15 for which ` 500.00 lacs is likely to be released by
Govt. of India for the said purpose. The construction work under the scheme is being carried out
by the State agency i.e. PWD B&R Haryana.
There is s Budget provision of ` 500.00 lacs during the year 2015-16 under this
scheme and a sum of ` 500.00 is being proposed in the Revised Estimates for the Financial Year
2015-16 and a sum of ` 500.00 lacs is being proposed in the Budget Estimates for the Financial
Year 2016-17 for the said scheme.
xii) The manner of execution of
subsidy programme, including the
amounts allocated and the details of
beneficiaries of such programme.
xii) a. Scholarship
Under this there is merit cum means for the benefit of students of Polytechnics @ Rs.
500/- P.M.
xiii) Particulars of recipients of
concession, permits or authorizations
granted by it.
Xiv) Details in respect of the
information, available to or
held by it, reduced in an
electronic form.
xiv) The following information is
available with the department in
electronic form.
xiv) a. Profile of Department
includes:1) Technical Education policy.
2) Brief information of various
institutes under the control of
Department
of
Technical
Education.
3) World Bank Projects.
4) Curriculum and fees structure
of various disciplines.
5) Duties assigned to officers.
6) Citizen Charter.
7) Public notices.
8) Admission, Entrance Test
Results.
9) Prospectus for various
admissions.
10) Guidelines for establishment
of new diploma level
institutions.
11) Recruitment notices.
12) Budget, Expenditure and
revenue receipts.
13) IRG Schemes.
14) Staffing Position.
15) Gradation List for Group ‘A’
16) Migration Rules.
xv) The particulars of facilities
available to citizens form
obtaining information including
the working hours of a library
or reading room if maintained
for
public
use.
xv) The citizens may obtain the
required information by browsing a
website of the Department
(www.techeduhry.gov.in).
xvi) The names, designations
and other particulars of the
public information officers.
Technical Education Department. Haryana
List of Authorities Designated under RTI Act-2005
Sr.
No
Public Authority
1.
Directorate of
TechnicalEducationHaryana,Pa
nchkula Bays No.7-12,Sec-4
Panchkula
Ms.Arun Goel ,
Deputy Director
2.
Haryana State Board of
Technical Education Bays
No.7-12,Sec-4 Panchkula
Smt.Suksham Goyal, Smt. Shivani Aggarwal,
Asst Secy.
Deputy Secretary
Sh.Sunil Seth,
Additional Secretary
3.
Haryana State Counseling
Society Bays No.7-12,Sec-4
Panchkula
Smt.Suman
Chaudhary,Deputy
Director
Dr.Azad Singh Rathee,
Addl.Director
APIO
SPIO
Sh.Sunil Gupta, Joint
Director
Sh.Rajesh Aggarwal,
Joint
Director
Ist Appellate
Authority
Sh.D.P.Chauhan,
Additional Director
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