Guru Teg Bahadur Khalsa Institute of Engineering & Technology, Chhapianwali, Malout

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Guru Teg Bahadur Khalsa Institute of Engineering & Technology
GTBKIET Main Building.jpg
Type Semi Government
Established 1997
Academic affiliation
Punjab Technical University
Location Chhapianwali, Malout, Punjab, IndiaIndia
30°08′48″N 74°29′39″E / 30.146667°N 74.494232°E / 30.146667; 74.494232Coordinates: 30°08′48″N 74°29′39″E / 30.146667°N 74.494232°E / 30.146667; 74.494232
Nickname GTBKIET

Guru Teg Bahadur Khalsa Institute of Engineering & Technology (GTBKIET) was founded in 1997 by GTB Educational Trust in Malout. All the courses of the institute are approved by All India Council for Technical Education[1] and are affiliated with Punjab Technical University, Jalandhar.[2]

GTBKIET is located in a village named Chhapianwali about 350 km northwest of Delhi and about 50 km from Bathinda on the outskirts of the Malout-Ganganagar route.[3]

The college is named after Guru Tegh Bahadur ji, the 9th Guru of Sikhism.


In the all India Sikh Education Conference held at Malout in 1988, it was decided that professional educational institutes would be set up to provide opportunities for the growth and development of the youth and thus, GTBKIET was set up. This institution is aimed to function as a pace setter for technical education within the country.


During the partial fulfillment of BTech, the students are required to undergo an industrial training of 6 months in the 4th year.In addition to undergraduate programme, it also offers post graduate program(M Tech) in:

Civil Engineering Mech Engineering Computer Science Engineering

MBA and Phd for all courses are also provided by the institution.


Admission to the college for BTech programme is made on the basis of one of the following criteria :-

For post graduates to take admission, one has to earn a good GATE score.


The facilities offered by GTBKIET includes Library, Hostels, Canteen, Wi-Fi, Sports and placement.[5]

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