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EEE - Electrical and Electronics Engineering

Civil Engineering

Mechanical Engineering

CSE - Computer Science Engineering

IT - Information Technology Engineering

ECE - Electronics and Communication Engineering

MBA - Mater of Business Science

"75 years of Tradition of excellence in Engineering & Technology Education, Research and Innovations" Delhi College of Engineering, (initially established with the name – Delhi Polytechnic) came into existence in the year 1941 to cater the needs of Indian industries for trained technical manpower with practical experience and sound theoretical knowledge. The institution was set up at historic Kashmere Gate campus as a follow up of the Wood and Abott Committee of 1938. It comprised of a multi disciplinary and multi level institution offering wide ranging programmes in engineering, technology, arts and sculpture, architecture, pharmacy and commerce. The national diploma awarded by the institution was recognized as equivalent to degree level for the purposes of employment. In 1952 the college was affiliated with University of Delhi and started formal Degree level Programmes. The department of Architecture later became the School of Planning and Architecture, now a Deemed University and Institution of National importance. The department of Arts and Sculpture became College of Arts and the departments of Chemical Technology and Textile Technology were shifted out en-block to mark beginning of the IIT Delhi at its new campus at Hauz Khas. The department of commerce was later abolished and the faculty of management studies of the University of Delhi was established by Prof. A Das Gupta, of DCE. Delhi College of Engineering is thus the mother institution of a number of national projects including IITD, SPA, College of Arts and even the famous FMS.
Till 1962, the college was under the direct control of Ministry of Education, Government of India. In 1963, the administration of the college was handed over to Delhi Administration. Delhi College of Engineering was under the administrative control of Department of Technical Education & Training, Govt. of NCT of Delhi. For academic purposes, the college was affiliated to University of Delhi since 1952. From July 2009, the DCE has become Delhi Technological University vide Delhi act 6 of 2009. 
The erstwhile DCE has functioned from its historic Kashmere Gate Campus for almost 55 years and has shifted in 1996 to its lush green sprawling campus of 164 Acres at Bawana Road, adjoining Sector-17, Rohini, Delhi-42. Its shifting to new campus has added the dimension of research and caused innovations in plenty, which has received high national and international acclaim. As a Delhi Technological University it has the desired autonomy to excel and shape itself as a world class Technological University.

You may contact us at the following :
Phone+91-11-27871018
Fax+91-11-27871023
AddressDelhi Technological University,
Shahbad Daulatpur,
Main Bawana Road, 
Delhi-110042.
India




Academic Section (UG)


student visiting hours

 
For effective and time bound delivery of services to students and public at large, Academic Section (UG) has arranged to deliver all services on single-window system basis. A11 B.Tech. students are advised to visit following window for their respective.
S.No.ItemWindow No.
1. All type of work pertaining to students and Ex-students of B.Tech. Courses EC, PCT,
 BT, EP, MCE , Central Diary
  5
2. A11 type of work pertaining to students and Ex-students of B.Tech. Courses ME, PE,
 MAM, CE, EN. All work pertaining to DCE
  4
3. A11 type of work pertaining to students and Ex-students of B.Tech. Courses CO, SE,
 IT, EL, EE.
  2
4. All type of national and state level scholarships for SC, ST Minority, Handicapped,
 Fee Concession , Awards and Medals, DCC, BoD
  1
5. Diary Dispatch  6

 

Students Visiting Hours : 10:00 AM to 02:00 PM


The students are advised to visit Academic Section for their work related to academic matters during visiting hours only for effective and efficient delivery of services and be polite, patient and cooperate to maintain discipline at the dealing window .



Vision & Mission

Vision :


" To be a world class university through education , innovation and research for the service of humanity "


Mission :


1. To establish centres of excellence in emerging areas of science, engineering, technology, management and allied areas. 

2. To foster an ecosystem for incubation, product development, transfer of technology and entrepreneurship. 

3. To create environment of collaboration, experimentation, imagination and creativity. 

4. To develop human potential with analytical abilities, ethics and integrity. 

5. To provide environment friendly, reasonable and sustainable solutions for local & global needs. 



DTU, is situated in North - West Delhi, India. It is approximately 32 kilometers from the Indira Gandhi International Airport , New Delhi.


Non Delhi Residents


(1) From ISBT Kashmiri Gate : Use the Delhi Metro Rail Service to reach the Rithala Metro station from ISBT.


From New Delhi Railway Station: Use the Delhi Metro Rail Service to reach the Kashmiri Gate Metro station. From this station board the metro for Rithala Metro Station.


From Indira Gandhi International Airport: From IGI Airport …………………….. to Rithala Metro Station .

Once at Rithala, board local transport, auto or bus to get to Shahbad/Daulatpur which 3-4 kms from Rithala Metro Station. DTU is located in Shahbad/Daulatpur.


(2) Taxi Services are the preferred mode of transportation when arriving from Domestic or International Airport of New Delhi.


Delhi Residents


By Bus :


Residents having easy access to the Inner Ring Road can board a bus (Mudrika, 442, 479) for Wazirpur Bus Depot or the Azadpur Bus Terminal. After reaching the wazirpur depot the commuter may board Route No. 889 which will take him/her to the college.


Residents having easy access to the Outer Ring Road can board Outer Mudrika and get down at Madhuban Chowk. Bus No. 879 take the commuter to the campus from Madhuban Chowk.


West Delhi residents can board Route No. 879 which will take them directly to DTU campus.


North Delhi Residents can reach the Madhuban Chowk by preferable mode of travel. Bus No. 879 take the commuter to the campus from Madhuban Chowk.


By Metro :


South Delhi residents need to reach the Metro Station at Central Secretariat or Rajiv Chowk (Connaught Place) or Patel Chowk. They then have to board the yellow line (underground) to the Kashmere Gate metro station. At the Kashmere Gate Metro Station they must board a red line (elevated) metro train bound towards Rithala. They then have to get off at the Rithala Metro Station. North Delhi residents must reach the Netaji Subhash Place (Wazirpur) Metro station and board a train bound for Rithala. They then have to get off at the Rithala Metro Station.


West Delhi residents can take the Metro’s Blue line to Rajiv Chowk and then board the Metro’s yellow line (underground) train bound for Delhi University. They have to switch trains at the Kashmere Gate metro Station and board a red line (elevated) metro train bound for Rithala. They must get off at the Rithala Metro Station.


Once at Rithala, board local transport, auto or bus to get to Shahbad/Daulatpur which 3-4 kms from Rithala Metro Station. DTU is located in Shahbad/Daulatpur.


Note : Taxi Services in New Delhi do not ply on predefined routes and can directly take the visitor to the destination.