The best part of this college is the punctuality. The classes happen regularly from 8 am to 2:30 pm in summers and 9 am to 3:30 pm in winters. The college management is leaving no stone unturned from their side to improve the college. The amount of hard work the teachers do is unbelievable. The overall college experience is excellent.
The college celebrates an annual fest every year. In the fest, singers like Kamal Khan, Sarthik K etc. have come up in the past. Sports teams are there for University like Hockey, Cricket, Football etc. College life, in general, is good.
I graduated from MBS College of Engineering and Technology and can say that its the best college in J&K. Although the placements are not good, the standard of education is very high. All the teachers, professors and assistant lecturers are very supportive and assist us to achieve our goals. So if you are in Jammu and Kashmir and have an intention of pursuing engineering in the state, I would advise you to join MBS College of Engineering and Technology.
Students from different cities get admission into MBSCET every year. Overall, life on campus is great.
Daily routine is quite busy. Teachers are good with years of teaching experience. Colleges under Jammu University stress both on academics and the sports. Cultural activities or festivals are also organized by the colleges.
Life in college is wonderful. You come across new friends, who are going to be with you life time. College experience is must for every student.
Student get to know about themselves and could start exploring more of them in colleges. Aghaz festivel is the best in our college life.
1. College timing is 8.00 pm to 3 pm
2. Assignment, projects exams are on time
3. Good quality of teaching
My class starts at 8.30 am to 3.30 pm. Quality is not good. Teaching is not good. overall experience is good.
No clubs and association are on campus. No festivals are celebrated there.
College timing is from 8:00 am to 3:00 pm.The quality and method of teaching are excellent.
In our college, the management provides us with the good festivals which are technical and cultural fests.
Mahant Bachittar Singh College of Engineering & Technology has been established by Sant Manjit Singh Trust registered under the aegis of Dera Sant Pura Nangali Sahib Poonch, J&K State, India. The Dera has its own historical contribution in the development of Sikh minority in the State of Jammu & Kashmir. Three great disciples of tenth Master, Guru Gobind Singh Ji, namely Sant Bhai Pheru Singh Ji, Sant Bhai Punjab Singh Ji and Sant Bhai Rocha Singh Ji who had been baptized at the pious hands of the 10th Guru, were ordained by him to make the hilly State of Jammu & Kashmir as their area of service to humanity in accordance with tenets of Sikhism. These three great souls travelled, one after another, through nook and corner of the hill state, reaching the farthest villages and preaching the message of Guru Nanak Dev Ji – Guru Gobind Singh Ji, the message of love, universal brotherhood, oneness of God and service of humanity. By great efforts of these three great Saints a very large number of people from Jammu & Kashmir got attracted towards teachings of Sikh Gurus and adopted Sikh way of life. So, the fourth missionary in succession, Sant Bhai Mela Singh Ji, felt the need of establishing a centre of activity wherefrom the preaching would be carried out throughout the year, day and night, and where people could assemble on special occasions to deliberate on matters of common interest. He established this centre, calling it a DERA (Abode) at village Nangali on a stream Drungly, 5 km off Poonch Town in the year 1803 AD. Right from its inception the place automatically acquired a reverence and came to be known as SHIROMANI SANT PURA DERA NANGALI SAHIB. This Dera has been visited by Maharaja Ranjit Singh in 1814. Maharaja Gulab Singh and almost all of his successors, held the Dera in high esteem. Many Indian and foreign dignitaries and thousands of devotees from all corners of the world and from all faiths have been visiting the Dera. Even during these days it stands as the most sacred place of Sikhs of Jammu & Kashmir who feel privileged to pay a visit to this holy place. Sant Manna Singh Ji succeeded Sant Bhai Mela Singh Ji on the seat of the Dera in 1854 AD and thereafter Sant Bhai Mangal Singh Ji, Sant Bhai Rattan Singh Ji, Sant Bhai Avtar Singh Ji, Sant Bhai Rattan Singh Ji Modi, Sant Bhai Mohar Singh Ji and Sant Bhai Mangal Singh Ji came to occupy one after another this pious and most respected seat. All these great people preached love and sacrifice for the sake of humanity and became models of simple living and high thinking through religious sermons. In 1947, the then missionary of the Dera, Mahant Bachittar Singh Ji (1945 - 1991) felt the need of establishing a sub centre of the Dera at Jammu. This was because more than 90% Hindu-Sikh population from Poonch, Muzzafrabad and Kashmir areas got uprooted and resettled at various places in Jammu Province. A suitable stretch of land was purchased at Digiana, at about 3 km on NH-1A from Jammu and Sant Mela Singh Technical Ashram (Ashram = Shelter for the needy), established there. Since then, the Digiana Ashram has remained a nerve centre for socio religious-cum-economic-educational activities of the Sikh minority in Jammu & Kashmir. From here Late Mahant Bachittar Singh Ji planned, organized and got constructed many boarding schools and colleges in Baramulla, Tral and Jammu besides helping the Hindus & Sikhs of the State in their esettlement efforts. Towards late 80’s when competition for seats in technical institutions became very intense, well deserving students from this community could not find more than 4–5 seats out of 150-300 seats filled by J&K Government every year. Moreover, he felt that chances of honourable life in the twenty first century were likely to become available only to those who were technically qualified. He initiated the programme of establishing an Engineering College as a Minority Institution. Before he could implement his programme, he left for his heavenly abode in Nov. 1991. The mission was taken up by his successor, Sant Manjit Singh with great zest, zeal and utmost devotion. The community came forward to support him. The project, though initiated in 1993, got final approval of J&K Govt. in 1998 and that of AICTE in 1999. The college has obtained affiliation with University of Jammu in July 1999. Its first phase started with the admission of first batch in October 1999-2000.
In establishing MBSCET, the Dera Sant Pura Nangali Sahib has a special mission. The College shall be made to contribute in its humble way towards growth and development of a happy global technological society fully aware of basic values and aspirations of humanity. The beginning has to be made of this course from the State of Jammu & Kashmir. Gradually it will endeavour to serve larger areas at national and international level.
21st century being a century of knowledge the Mahant Bachittar Singh College of Engineering & Technology has a vision to produce professionals both in core and service sector of world class standards so that they can confront the challenges of 21st century.
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|Affiliation||University of Jammu|
|National + International Journals||101+30|
|How to reach||10 kms from Jammu railway station|
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The institution maintains a highly functional, well equipped and fully computerized library which stocks over 21037 standard books pu
The institute offers placement assistance to the students for seeking best job in the industry. Along with that, the college also provide training and career guidance services to shape the career of students by developing their personalities. The institute organizes various programs for enhancing the skills of the students and make them prepare for upcoming challenges.
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Asked By: Anonymous 20 May 2016
The Institution admits students in various courses sanctioned by AICTE in two quotas of equal weightage i.e.150 students in Government of J&K quota and 150 in Minority Quota.
(a). For filling up 150 seats against Government Quota, the Board of Professional Entrance Examinations (BOPEE), J&K Govt. conducts Common Entrance Test(CET). On the basis of merit in CET,BOPEE allocates institutions & disciplines to the selected candidates.
(b). 150 seats reserved for SIKH candidates are designated as the MINORITY SEATS. For admission against these seats, SIKH candidates are required to appear separately for MBS Minority Seats Entrance Test. The candidates will be selected for admission on the basis of their merit in MBS Minority Seats Entrance Test.
ADMISSION M.C.A ADMISSION
The Admission of M.C.A is based on JUET Entrance test conducted by Jammu University. Allotment of the course is done by the Department of Computer Science & IT Jammu University.
Answer By: Getmyuni
25 May 2016