Shaheed Udham Singh College of Engineering & Technology

Tangori, Punjab

The Shaheed Udham Singh College of Engineering and Technology (SUSET) was established in the year 1997. The college is affiliated to Punjab University and is approved by the AICTE. The college considers its aim to be the proper nurturing of young minds of today, such that they transform into responsible, upright working technology professionals of the future. The main courses offered include CSE, EEE, ECE, Mechanical, IT, and Biotechnology in UG program and Biotechnology and CAD CSE in the PG program.

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  • Fill Rate 1

Program Details

Program Name
Information technology
Computer science and engineering
Mechanical engineering
Over All Seats 516  


Faculty Name No. of faculty

Fee Details

Annual Fee: 76,750


For students, the college has one of the finest placement cells that help them obtain
lucrative job opportunities via campus recruitments. Some of the globally-reputed
organizations that annually hire deserving candidates from the campus are TCS,
IBM, Cogencies, Capgemini and many more.

Company name Average starting salary % of students joined
Tata Consultancy Service 8 lakhs 13
Wipro 9.5 lakhs 9
Infosys 7 lakhs 10


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contact number: 1762 - 306116

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