|Beant College of Engineering and Technology|
|Established||1994; opened 1995|
|Location||Gurdaspur, Punjab, India
|Principal||Prof. Ravi Kumar|
B.C.E.T. gurdaspur (Beant College of Engineering and Technology) is a coeducational engineering college located in Gurdaspur, Punjab, India. BCET imparts education in various engineering disciplines. BCET has seven academic and two administrative departments. BCET is considered to be one of the premier engineering institution of the country.It operates under the Punjab Technical University (PTU) Jalandhar.
The college is situated 4 kilometres (2.5 mi) from Gurdaspur bus stand and 2 kilometres (1.2 mi) from the railway station (on NH 15, towards Pathankot). Pathankot is 35 km and Amritsar is 75 km from the College campus.
Beant College of Engineering and Technology (State Government Engineering College), Gurdaspur, was established by the Government of Punjab as an autonomous institution through a registered society to provide technical education in the emerging areas of engineering and technology, and especially for the development of surrounding border areas. In line with the national policies of globalization and privatization, the college places special emphasis on the development of entrepreneurship and on industrial training. The foundation stone of the college was laid on 28 February 28 1994 by the late Sardar Beant Singh Ji, then Chief Minister of Punjab. The college is approved by AICTE (All India Council Of Technical Education) and is affiliated to the Punjab Technical University, Jalandhar. The first session commenced from August 21, 1995, when 120 students were admitted in three B. Tech disciplines.
Bio Technology Chemical Engineering Computer Science and Engineering Electronics and Communication Engineering Information Technology Mechanical Engineering M.Tech Mechanical Engineering M.Tech Electronics and Communication Engineering
"Careers 360" ranked BCET Gsp. among the best Engineering colleges-2012 in the state of Punjab