Navyug Vidyabhavan Trust, Surat has decided to construct C.K.Pithawalla College Of Engineering & Technology At R.S.no.937 of village Dumas, Surat.
The Said land was allotted to the trust by the Govt. of Gujarat vide its letter no. A/CTSIVASHI. 2693/2000 Dated 30-11-2000. Total area of the land alloted is 100 acres i.e.404688.00 sq.Mt. The land is located on 24 Mt. wide road proposed by Surat Urban Development Authority in its Development plan.
At present degree courses are offered in following branches of Engineering:
Keeping in view the above needs and guidelines suggested by AICTE(All India Council of Technical Education ) the entire campus is designed by our office.
Depending upon the usage pattern the entire land has been divided into four zones. Entire campus has been designed on a basic grid of 1.45 Mts. Buildings are designed to resist wind and earthquake forces. The CRM grade reinforcing steel is used to ensure the desired life and performance of the buildings.
A central core in form of an ellipse as Administrative and services zone comprising of Administrative building, Central library. Central Auditorium and an Amphi theater. The administrative building will have office of the Principal, Register, board room, Academic Section, Accounts section, Offices for Estate engineer, Office for the Professor of training and placement. The upper floor comprises offices of Navyug Vidyabhavan Trust along with its board meeting / seminar hall, President's Office, Trustee's Office etc.
Library building is to accommodate more than 150000 books and a reading hall to accommodate nearly 300 persons at a time. It will have its separate seminar hall with audio video presentation facility.
Central auditorium will have seating capacity of 800 persons including stage, green rooms and huge platform for performing in Amphi Theater.
On the right side of the centra core, Academic Zone, comprising of Department buildings, laboratories and workshop is designed. The zone consists of a utility building having basic facilities like Bank, Post office, Consumer store, PCO and eight department buildings. Four are for applied sciences and civil engineering which are taught in first year and second year courses and two department buildings are for proposed faculties applied for i.e. MCA and LT. All the department buildings are with stilt floor to be used as parking. Ample open spaces have been provided in order to fetch maximum amount of natural air and ventilation. Each department building will have four lecture halls for 60 students, four tutorial rooms, and departmental computer center, department library, seminar room,staff and ladies common room. All the rooms will have provision for audio presentation, computers and Internet connectivity. All departmental buildings, laboratories, workshops shall be with announcement system linked with administrative building. Provision of CCTV is also made.
Comprising of Staff quarters, hostels and a Health center, the quarters will be equipped with modern amenities. Hostels will be two seated with attached toilet and a pantry. Warden's office, Central mess, Multipurpose room and parking will be provided for each hostel.
Will comprise of Cricket stadium, Field track including football, Hockey ground, a guesthouse and a central water reservoir. The rainwater of the entire campus will be fetched and collected into a central reservoir/lake.
An attempt has been made to develop the campus as a 21 st century institute.
Navyug Vidyabhavan Trust, Surat, the trust that was founded in 1965 with the sole objective of providing quality education to the students residing in this region, has entered into thirty-ninth year of its age this year. Under the careful naturing and attention received from the trustees over these thirty-nine years, the Trust has grown into a matured organization in the field of education gradually but systematically and it is currently managing following educational institutions successfully.:
The trustee are fully aware of the rapid growth and advancement that has occurred in the field of Science and Technology over the period of last two decades all over the world, including India. The South Gujarat has also witnessed rapid industrial growth not only in the field of manufacturing of pharmaceuticals and fine chemicals but also in the field of the technical education in many branches of science. The positive approach of the Gujarat Government has encouraged many national and multinational pharmaceutical companies to shift their base from other states to Gujarat as their headquarters.
In comparison to rate of growth of the pharmaceutical industry in South Gujarat, the number of educational institutions offering degree courses in Pharmacy have grown with snail's pace. In fact, till the academic year 2003-2004, there were only two pharmacy colleges, one at Bardoli and the other one at Vapi. Students residing in proper Surat city and aspiring for the degree course in Pharmacy, were naturally experiencing lot of inconveniences of daily traveling to go to these colleges since these colleges are situated at distant places from Surat city.
Consideration by the trustees of the dire need of more educational institutions imparting technical education in proper Surat city has resulted in purchase of 100 acres of land near Malav Mandir, via Magdalla Port, Dumas. The campus is situated on the bank of the Tapi River. Besides having various buildings such as the office for Central Administraion, C.K.Pithawalla College of Engineering and Technology,master of Computer Application, C.K.Pithawalla Institution of Management.
To avoid the inconvenience caused to the students in daily traveling to and from the college, particularly to those residing at far away places from the college, the Management is planning to build separate hostel for boys and girls in the campus itself. To provide recreation to the students residing in the campus, te trustee shave incorporated sports facilities such as football and cricket grounds. Facilities of indoor games will also be provided to the students by individual colleges situated within the campus.