Although well connected through Public Transport, the institution provides its own buses for the convenience of students and staff at a very nominal fee. The institute maintains a fleet of buses from all major cities i.e. are Chandigarh, Mohali, Panchkula,Ambala, patiala,Rajpura, Gobindgarh, Zirakpur, Pinjore, Nabha, Bhawanigarh, Devigarh, Samana, Patran,Sirhind, Khanna, Dhuri, Malerkotla, Sangrur and Sunam.In addition car facility has been provided to the senior Faculty.
Transportation Rules for Students
- The students who want to use the college transport should give a request by filling the Transport Form with a photo to the college at the beginning of the academic year.
- Bus card is compulsory for students to use the bus facility otherwise they won’t be allowed to travel by bus.
- Ragging in any form in the bus is illegal. "Ragging is prohibited as per the decision of the Supreme Court of India in Writ Petition No. (C) 656/1998". Ragging is now a crime. No one can feign ignorance of the law. Under the prohibition of ragging Act 1997 those who indulge in ragging can be punished
- Any act of intimidation, violence or willful damage to property and riotous behavior constitutes as offence.
- The students are not allowed to enter any unnecessary conversation, discussions, quarrel or altercation with the bus staff. If anyone has any complaint against the bus staff, a written complaint against the person is to be lodged with the Transportation Coordinator. Use of abusive, vulgar an unparliamentarily language against the bus staff is strictly forbidden.
- The students should not change the boarding /dropping point, or routes without proper permission and such request will not be entertained during the middle of the semester.
- The students traveling in the college bus should occupy the seats allotted to them and should not create any disturbance to other students and staff.
- College authorities have the right to decide pick up points as per convenience of maximum number of users and route feasibility.