Joint Seat Allocation Authority 2022

IITs, NITs, IIEST, IIITs and Other-GFTIs for the Academic Year 2022-23

Type of the institute: Government Funded Technical Institutions
Complete Mailing Address: Longowal – 148106, Distt. Sangrur (Pb.), India
Contact Person For Admission: Dr. Ram Pal Chaudhary, Professor(Chemistry)
Designation: Chairman SET-2022
Alternate Email:
Phone Nos: 91-1672-253136
Fax No: 91-1672-280072
Mobile No.: 9815489841

About the Institute


Sant Longowal Institute of Engineering & Technology (SLIET), established by the Government of India and is Centrally Funded Technical Institute (CFTI), which provides technical education in emerging areas of Engineering & Technology. It caters to the requirement of technical manpower at various levels by adopting the concept of modular system in imparting technical education with emphasis on practical training in industry. The institute was set up in 1989 under Rajiv Gandhi-Longowal accord with an aim to fulfill the cherished dreams of Late Sant Harchand Singh Longowal. It has carved for itself a niche amongst the professional institutes and universities of the country and is fully funded by Ministry of Education, Government of India. The educational programmes of this institute are non-conventional, innovative, practical oriented and contain all aspects of new education policy, Govt. of India. The Institute offers programmes at Certificate, Diploma, Degree, Post-graduate (M.Tech. and M.Sc.) and Ph.D. levels in Engineering and Technology, Science and Humanities.

Sprawling over more than four hundred acres of land, the institute is wonderfully blessed with natural beauty, greenery, serene and pollution free atmosphere. Live atmosphere is conducive to work environment and gives softening touch to the surroundings. Campus has water bodies and is a paradise for bird watchers. Institute plays a host to several numbers of migratory birds giving the glimpse of some of the rarest species in the world. Splendor and beauty of nature offers a serene setting for better learning in natural environment. It provides an atmosphere wherein a person becomes free from worries, converges his/her desires and start thinking and analyzing for making him/her physically fit, ethically strong and academically sturdy.

_Enough avenues for channelizing youth energy in extracurricular activities such as NSS, NCC, Industrial visits, educational tours, departmental societies, SPICMACAY chapter, technical & cultural festivals, night playing facilities, eating points and reading rooms during the extra hours are available. The Institute has acquired the status of DEEMED- TO- BE -UNIVERSITY in the year 2007 (Notification No.F.9-42/2001-U.3).  In its Silver Jubilee year, Institute has taken a giant leap by introducing a new academic structure from the session 2014-15. The details of the new academic structure are given in the next section.

The candidates may visit Institute website for complete details about the Institute.

Fee Structure





A. REFUNDABLE FEES: (WITHOUT ANY  INTEREST) To be paid at the time of admission

Caution Money Institute/Hostel


Caution Money(Mess)*


Total (A)


B. NON REFUNDABLE FEES (To be paid at the time of admission)

Admission Related Fee


Students Activity Related Fee


Library Related Fee


Total (B)



Development Fund


Tuition Fee


Other Charges


Hostel Fee


Total (C )


Grand Total (A+B+C) (in ₹)


_* Applicable to those students only who opt to reside in hostels.


In addition an amount of Rs.130/- will be collected towards Group Insurance



The Faculty of the institute is the core of the academic programme and guardian to maintain the high academic standards. Several academic distinction honors and awards, fellowships of professional societies, books/monographs and patents have been bestowed on our faculty in recognition of their academic achievements. The institute is administrated by dynamic team of Director, Deans, Head of the Departments and Section In-charges. 


Shailendra Jain, Ph.D.


A. S. Arora, Ph.D., Dean (FSW)

A.S. Dhaliwal, Ph.D., Dean (R&C)

J.S. Dhillon, Ph.D., Dean (Academics)

Rajesh Kumar, Ph.D., Dean (SW)

P.S. Panesar, Ph.D., Dean (P&D)



Avinash Thakur, Ph.D.

H.R. Ghatak, Ph.D.

Kamlesh KumariPh.D.

Pushpa Jha, Ph.D. (H.O.D.)

Sandeep Mohan Ahuja, Ph.D.

Associate Professor:


Gulshan Kumar Jawa, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor:

Nikhil Prakash, Ph.D.

Subita BhagatM.Tech.

Vinod Kumar MeenaM.E.

Amit Rai, Ph.D.



B.K. KanungoPh.D

Dhiraj SudPh.D.(H.O.D.)

Harish KumaChopra, Ph.D.

Ram Pal Chaudhary, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor:

Hemant Kumar, Ph.D.

Himanshu Rani, Ph.D.

Payal Malik, Ph.D.



Birmohan SinghPh.D.

Damanpreet SinghPh.D.

Major Singh Goraya, Ph.D.

Manoj Kumar Sachan, Ph.D. (H.O.D)

Associate Professor:

Gurjinder Kaur Cheema, Ph.D.

Assistant  Professor:

Amar Nath, Ph.D.

Jagdeep Singh, Ph.D.

Jaspal Singh, M.Tech.

Manminder Singh, Ph.D.

Preetpal Kaur Buttar, M.Tech.

Rahul Gautam, M.Tech.

Tajinder Singh, Ph.D.

Vinod Kumar Verma, Ph.D.

Utkarsh, Ph.D.


Professor :

Ajat Shatru AroraPh.D.

Jaspreet Singh Dhillon, Ph.D.

Manpreet Kaur, Ph.D.

Sanjay Marwaha, Ph.D.,

Surita Maini, Ph.D. (H.O.D.)

Associate Professor:

Anshuka Bansal, M.Tech.

Ashwani Kumar Aggarwal, Ph.D.

Asim Ali Khan, Ph.D.

Charanjiv Gupta, Ph.D.

Diljinder Singh, Ph.D.

Gurmeet Singh, Ph.D.

Manpreet Singh Manna, Ph.D.

Pratibha Tyagi, Ph.D.

Rajinder  Kaur, M.Tech.

Raj Kumar Garg, Ph.D.

Manmohan Singh, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor:

Barasha Mali, Ph.D.

Jaspreet Singh, Ph.D.

Rishabh Verma, Ph.D.

Sunil Kumar Bansal, M.Tech.



Ajay Pal Singh Chauhan, Ph.D.

Amar Partap Singh Pharwaha, Ph.D.

Anupma Marwaha, Ph.D.

Dilip Kumar, Ph.D

Jagpal Singh Ubhi, Ph.D.

Surinder Singh, Ph.D.(H.O.D)

Assistant Professors:

Alka Singla,M.Tech.

Kuldip Singh, M.Tech.

Kundan Kumar, Ph.D.

Pankaj Kumar Das, M.Tech.

Sarbjeet Singh, M.Tech.

Vipul Singhal, M.Tech.

Vivek Harshey, M.Tech.



C.S. Riar,Ph.D

Charanjeev Singh Saini, Ph.D.

D.C. Saxena, Ph.D.

H.K. Sharma, Ph.D.(On Deputation)

Kamlesh Prasad, Ph.D. (H.O.D.)

M.B. Bera, Ph.D.

P. S. Panesar, Ph.D.

Pradyuman Kumar, Ph.D.

Sukhcharn Singh, Ph.D.

Vikas Nanda, Ph.D.



Associate Professor:

Navdeep Jindal, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor:

Ashwani Kumar, M.Tech.



Jappreet Kaur Bhangu, Ph.D.

Mahesh Kumar Arora, Ph.D.

Pardeep Kumar Jain, Ph.D.

Parveen Kaur Khanna, Ph.D. (H.O.D)

Pawan Kumar Dhiman, Ph.D.

Sanjeev Bansal, Ph.D

Associate Professor:

Mandeep Ghai,Ph.D.

Sanjeev Kumar Garg, Ph.D.



Janak Raj Sharma,Ph.D.

Mandeep Singh, Ph.D.

R.K. GuhaPh.D.

Ravi Kant Mishra, Ph.D.

S.S. Dhaliwal, Ph.D.

Sushma Gupta, Ph.D.

Vinod Mishra, Ph.D.

V.K. Kukreja, Ph.D. (H.O.D.)

Associate Professor:

Raj Kumar Goyal, M.Phil.

Assistant Professor:

Yogesh Kapil, M.Sc.

Sudhir Kumar, Ph.D.



Amandeep Singh Shahi, Ph.D. (H.O.D.)

Arvind Jayant, Ph.D.

Jagtar Singh, Ph.D.

Kulwant Singh, Ph.D.

Pardeep Gupta, Ph.D.

P.K. Singh, Ph.D.

Rajesh Kumar, Ph.D.

Raj Kumar Yadav, Ph.D.

Ravindra Kumar Saxena, Ph.D.

Shankar Singh, Ph.D.

Associate Professor:

Amrik Singh, Ph.D.

Anil Kumar Singla, Ph.D.

Indraj  Singh, Ph.D.

Jaspal Singh Gill, Ph.D.

M.A. Akhtar, M.Tech.

Manoj Kumar Goyal, Ph.D.

Rakesh Kumar, Ph.D.

Suresh Chandra Verma, M.E.

Assistant Professor:

Ankita Omer, M.Tech.

Anuj Bansal, M.E.

Divesh Bharti, M.Tech.

Harish Kumar Arya, Ph.D.


Jonny Singla, M.Tech.

Lalit Ahuja, M.Tech.

Mohd. Majid, Ph.D.

Surinder Kumar, M.Tech.

Sunil Kumar, Ph.D.

Sumit Kumar, M.Tech.

Vivek Kumar, Ph.D.
Yogesh Verma, Ph.D.



A.S. Dhaliwal, Ph.D.

Kiranjit Singh Kahlon, Ph.D.

K.S. Mann, Ph.D.

M.M. Sinha, Ph.D.

S.S. Verma, Ph.D. (H.O.D.)

Associate Professor:

S.S. Ghumman, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor:

Kanika Aggrawal, M.Sc. M.Tech.

Prabhdeep Kaur, Ph.D.


Amandeep Singh Shahi, Ph.D. (H.O.D.)


Pradyuman Kumar, Ph.D. (H.O.D.)


Ravindra Kumar Saxena, Ph.D.  (Head)


Kulwant Singh, Ph.D. (WS)


Prithvi Singh Bamnia, Ph.D.

Sanjay Gupta, Ph.D (Admn. Incharge)


S.S.PuniaS.P.I., Ph.D.


Harish Kumar Chopra, Ph.D.

Deputy Registrar (Administration):

Mohanakrishnan C.,MBA, CAIIB

Deputy Registrar (Accounts):

Jawala Singh, M.Com., MBA

Assistant Registrar (Academics)

Pankaj, M.Tech.

Assistant Registrar (Store & Purchase):

Harjit Singh, MBA

Medical Officer:

Rupesh Singh,  MBBS

Shakshi Arora, MBBS (Contract)

Devinder Sharma, MBBS (visiting consultant)

In-charge Estate:

Avinash Thakur, Ph.D.

Raj Kumar Garg, Ph.D.(Elect. wing)

Estate Officer:

Prabhdeep Singh, B.E. (Civil)




Spread in and sprawling over more than four hundred acres, Institute is wonderfully blessed with natural beauty and greenery.  It expresses through refreshing shades revealing the environment and conditions truly designed to give the human spirit true satiety and comfort.  Large plantations carried out at the Institute make the Institute a living beauty, a sign of endless and in exhaustible plenty.  Live atmosphere enhances working environment bringing a softening, humanizing touch to the surroundings.  Institute plays host to a number of migratory birds giving the glimpse of some of the rarest species of birds in the world.  Splendor of the natural environment and beauty of the birds are the perfect setting for a spiritual and academic aesthete.  Institute provides an atmosphere which means oneself away from the worries, converging desires promoting the values of thinking and analysis.  While a cool shade never fails oneself, a nice and comfortable well-equipped guest house adds to the charm of staying at the Institute.  Dotted with green parks, strolling areas, gymnasium, swimming pool, herbal nursery, a lake with a created home for doves, the Institute is a mini-paradise extending a warm welcome and symbolizes the ‘Modern Gurukul’ of 21st Century. All modern facilities to the residents in the campus are available.

(a) Hostels: SLIET is a residential campus with ten hostels for boys and four for girls, accommodating about 3400 students which include about 1000 girl students. The hostels have been provided with proper kitchens, comfortable dining halls and indoor games facilities, Wi-Fi Internet connectivity, Newspapers / Magazines and Cable T.V. facilities. Hostel facility shall be provided to the students subject to availability and preference will be given to those students whose hometown’s distance from the institute will be more. Girl students (including Ph.D. Scholars) will be considered for accommodation only in Girls Hostels. All the hostellers will have to maintain discipline and will abide by the rules framed by office of Dean(SFW) from time to time.

(b) Teaching Departments & Workshop:

The Institute has well-established departments of:

Computer Science & Engineering                          Electronics & Communication Engineering

Electrical & Instrumentation Engineering             Mechanical Engineering

Civil Engineering                                                     Chemical Engineering

Food Engineering &Technology                            Physics

Chemistry                                                                Mathematics

Management and Humanities                                Disability Studies

All the departments have well qualified faculty and supporting staff with laboratories equipped with the modern equipments. A modern workshop has been set up. An exhaustive practical training is imparted to the students to develop their working skills in well equipped workshops.

(c) Central Library: The Central Library is housed in a modern building having all kinds of facilities for its best utilization by the faculty, staff and students. The Central Library is having large number of volumes of technical books along with a good collection of books on literature, general awareness, management, social sciences and humanities. The central library is subscribing 15 daily newspapers, numerous national and international magazines & periodicals.  The faculty, staff and students have access to the full text of journals from Science Direct, ASTM standards & Digital Library, MathSciNet, subscribed by the Central Library.  The Central Library is INDEST Consortium member and through INDEST, the faculty, staff and students have online access to the full text of journals from IEEE, Springer, ASME, ASCE, ACM and Nature etc. The NPTEL lectures had been added to the collection, these lectures can be viewed online within the campus. The Central library is under CCTV surveillance. Central library has established a book bank and students will be issued books for the whole semester subject to availability.


(d) Computing Facilities: The Institute is equipped with latest hardware & software.  The computer laboratories provide computing environment (Linux and Windows Platforms) to the students and faculty for the pursuit of academic excellence.  The various software are catering to the need of students such as Oracle 10g, MATLAB 2015, Visual Studio Power Builder, Developer 2000, Net, Qualnet etc. and hardware such as IBM Blade Server, Video conferencing server, IBM xSeries Server, Acer G510 series Server, workstations and PCs are available.   The computer laboratories are also equipped with high end printers, plotters and scanners.  All servers, PCs and peripherals are connected to the campus-networking for sharing the resources.  Academic Blocks, Administrative Block, other Institute Buildings and all hostels are connected through optical fiber to share the resources and exchange the data. Wi-fi facility is available in all the hostels and departments.

(e) Health Centre: The Institute has its own Health Centre to provide necessary medical aid to the students and staff in the campus. Apart from the Medical Officers, specialists are also approved as AMA’s for providing consultation to the residents. Ambulance facility is available round the clock to shift the serious patients to the nearby hospitals.

(f) Bank, Post Office, Telephone Exchange and Shopping centre: A fully computerized branch of Central Bank of India with ATM facility and a post office are functioning in the campus to cater the needs of the faculty, staff and the students. STD payphone and cyber café facilities are available in the campus. A 800 line EPABX internal telephone facility is available in the institute.  Each hostel has been provided with a telephone facility. A moderate shopping centre has been set-up to cater the needs of the residents. All major players of mobile companies have established their network around the campus.

(g) Sports: Adequate provisions for extra-curricular activities are available in the institute. At present, facilities are available for Table Tennis, Badminton, Swimming, Volley-Ball, Football, Hockey, Cricket, Basketball, Lawn Tennis and other indoor games. 400 meters Athletic Track is also available. The playground is equipped with the floodlights.

(h) Students Activity Centre: A modern Students Activity Centre (SAC) has 02 Squash courts, Gymnasium equipped with latest Physical Fitness Machines, indoor games such as Table Tennis, Chess & Carom etc. and is fully functional.

(i)    Extra Curricular Activities: Students are encouraged to participate in extra curricular activities. Music and Hobbies clubs are functioning very effectively. Literary society is organizing various literary activities from time to time.  Almost all the departments have their own technical societies which organize technical seminars, quizzes and other competitions in the departments to give a thrust to the development of academic potential of the students. NSS & NCC units have also been rendering valuable service by inculcating  the  habits  of social  &  national  responsibilities amongst the students.  The NSS unit also organizes the Blood Donation camps at SLIET Health Centre. ISTE-SLIET Students Chapter organizes a number of events on various aspects of personality and skill development and other areas of student’s interest.

(j)  Equal Opportunities Cell: The equal opportunities cell has been established in the institute to oversee the effective implementation of policies and programmes for deprived group [SC’s, ST’s, OBC’s (non-creamy layer, minorities)] as per Government of India guidelines, in order to enhance their employability and to provide the guidance.

(k)   Internet: At present the Institute has dedicated 01 Gbps internet connectivity for the benefit of the students and faculty.  Internet facility has been extended to various Academic Blocks, Administrative Block, hostels and other Institute Buildings through campus wide networking.

(l) Training and Placement Cell: A centralized department of Training & Placement is established in SLIET, Longowal to meet its student’s placement and industrial training requirements.  The department is keeping strong liaison with reputed industries to provide placement opportunities and impart industrial training to the students of Institute.  The department also provides the inputs on soft skills, personality development, leadership, motivation and communication skills etc. to the students in order to meet the expectations of the industry.  A good number of industries conduct campus placements at the institute.  The department is having state-of-the-art infrastructure viz. a group discussion room, interview room and a seminar hall.  TCS, iGate-Patni, M&M, L&T Infotech, Birlasoft, Infosys, Trident India, ISGEC Yammunanagar, Punj Lloyd, Honda Siel Cars India Ltd., ESSAR, CIMCOO, J.P. Group of Industries, Nestle, Hindustan Unilever, SANMAR Group of Industries, L&T, Godrej and Boycee Mfg. Co., Sona Koya, i-Tech Vardhman etc.  are some of the recruiting industries of SLIET students through Campus Placement.

Student Life at Institute

Campus is located in lush green outskirts of the Longowal, District Sangrur (Punjab) and all amenities for education, research, recreation and overall growth of the students are available in the campus.

Students life is very much comfortable in SLIET campus.

Financial Assistance

as per Govt. of India norms

Training & Placement

Industry And Alumni Relations

Recreational/Extra Curricular activities


Location and Accessibility

Academic Programwise Seats breakup

Institute CodeProgram CodeAcademic Program NameState/All India SeatsSeat PoolOPENOPEN-PwDGEN-EWSGEN-EWS-PwDSCSC-PwDSTST-PwDOBC-NCLOBC-NCL-PwDTotal(includes Female Supernumerary)
Seat Capacity Female Supernumerary
410 4107 Chemical Engineering (4 Years, Bachelor of Technology) All India Gender-Neutral 14 1 3 0 4 0 2 0 8 1 33
33 0
Female-only (including Supernumerary) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
(including "0" Supernumerary)
410 4110 Computer Science and Engineering (4 Years, Bachelor of Technology) All India Gender-Neutral 27 1 6 0 8 1 5 0 16 1 65
65 0
Female-only (including Supernumerary) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
(including "0" Supernumerary)
410 4111 Electrical Engineering (4 Years, Bachelor of Technology) All India Gender-Neutral 13 1 4 0 5 0 3 0 8 0 34
34 0
Female-only (including Supernumerary) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
(including "0" Supernumerary)
410 4114 Electronics and Communication Engineering (4 Years, Bachelor of Technology) All India Gender-Neutral 14 1 2 1 5 0 2 0 8 0 33
33 0
Female-only (including Supernumerary) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
(including "0" Supernumerary)
410 4125 Mechanical Engineering (4 Years, Bachelor of Technology) All India Gender-Neutral 34 1 7 1 12 0 6 0 20 1 82
82 0
Female-only (including Supernumerary) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
(including "0" Supernumerary)
410 4148 Instrumentation and Control Engineering (4 Years, Bachelor of Technology) All India Gender-Neutral 14 0 3 0 4 0 1 1 8 1 32
32 0
Female-only (including Supernumerary) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
(including "0" Supernumerary)
410 4164 Food Technology (4 Years, Bachelor of Technology) All India Gender-Neutral 13 1 3 0 4 1 2 0 8 0 32
32 0
Female-only (including Supernumerary) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
(including "0" Supernumerary)
     Total Seats 129 6 0 0 42 2 21 1 76 4 311
311 0

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