Prof. R. K Singh, Associate Director - II


Prof. P. Parthasaradhy An alumina of REC ( Now MNIT Jaipur), did his M Tech from IIT Bombay, in the field of Communication Engineering. The Prof has served Indian Army in the core of Electronics and Mechanical Engineering for 20 years before hanging his uniform as Lt Col. He has rich industrial experience as Army Officer Managing Workshops and has been teaching faculty for more than six years while in services. He started his career as teaching Assistant at MNIT Jaipur for one year before joining Army.

As Professor he has served for more than eight year after premature retirement from the army services. He has served as HOD, Vice principal and Principal of engineering college before being approved as Associate Director of this institute.

The Professor had hands on experience on high tech electronic equipments and has done many courses on Radars and simulators. He has published many papers on Microstrip Antennas, VLSI and radar signal processing in national and international conferences. He is presently pursuing his Ph.D from GITAM University.


The Guru Nanak Institutions technical Campus, for more than a decade, been dedicated to its mission to nurture students by advancing their knowledge base and imparting quality technical education for upliftment of the State and the Nation.

We at GNEC have strived to produce Engineers, Managers, Entrepreneurs building nation and contributing globally towards development of technology. The changing scenario, coupled with the changes that innovation brings, will have a major effect on the people and their work. In a world where change is the norm, one thing is certain - knowledge will be a key resource and will be highly sought after around the globe. The challenge - shared by all departments is to help to generate the intellectual property which will create new jobs, and educate and train people to work practically with their own hands in fields of their specialized knowledge, with dedication using research, communication and solve problems as tools.

We now need to develop alliances and collaborative partnerships the other University, industry, government, and other research institutions for the welfare of the society. These networks, together with the support of alumni and our tem work here and overseas, are critically important for our institution. This will help to ensure the ongoing relevance of our academic programmes and the continued excellence of our teaching, learning and research.

Lets us dedicate ourselves towards the academic profession giving our best to the next generation of India.