Prof Baldev Setia appointed Punjab Engineering College Director : The Tribune India

Prof Baldev Setia appointed Punjab Engineering College Director

Prof Baldev Setia appointed Punjab Engineering College Director

The UT Administration has appointed Prof Baldev Setia as the Director of Punjab Engineering College (PEC).



Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, August 10

The UT Administration has appointed Prof Baldev Setia as the Director of Punjab Engineering College (PEC).

Setia, who is currently posted as a professor at the National Institute of Technology, Kurukshetra, has been appointed for a period of five years.

The Administration had on August 5 short-listed three candidates for the post. As many as 36 candidates had appeared before the selection committee which was headed by UT Adviser Dharam Pal.

The post was lying vacant after Prof Dheeraj Sanghi had resigned in December last year. Professor Setia has 34 years of experience in teaching/research/consultation and three years of experience in administrative/technical education management.

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