There is more to the student life than books and tests, as Continental Institute Of Engineering & Technology promises an enchanting life outside the classroom. The college experience involves trying new things, making new friends and finding out who you really are with the support of various services provided at all comers. CIET is a supporter of various creational activities for students. Extra curricular activities like declamation contest, quiz nights, seminars and guest lectures etc. are organized. The Institute provides remarkable exposure to the students with an active participation of the faculty and staff.
The institute organises cultural functions on the campus on a regular basis. The students, along with their studies, actively participate in these functions. Cultural activities help in the overall development of the students. Such functions help to bring out the latent talents of the students and instil confidence in them. The institute holds Fresherâ€™s party, Founderâ€™s day celebrations, Farewell Party and talent hunts every year.
The institute has its own tuck-shop which caters to the everyday needs and necessities of all the students. The hostel residents benefit the most from the tuck-shop as they can buy things at any time from the shop. The tuck-shop is open 24 hours in order to provide the best possible services to the students. Materials like stationery items, all kinds of eatables and drinks are available at the tuck-shop.
The institute has its own transport service between the institute and to the nearby town of Sirhind, Rajpura, Patiala, Khanna, ludhiana,Chandigarh and Mohali. It will be further strengthened in the near future. Being on NH 1 we have the advantage of state transport vehicles and private transport vehicles having their pickup/drop points very close to the institute.
Every college and institute is taking strict measure to prevent this menace. Instructions have been issued to protect the freshers from ragging and not to accept it in any form. They are not to compromise their self esteem. If such an adverse situation arises they must inform the authorities. There are anti-ragging committees, anti-ragging squads and wardens to take notice and strict action. If a fresher is not satisfied with the measures taken at the institute level even an FIR can be lodged with the police station of that area. The complaint can be written or oral and there are instructions to concerned authorities to treat it as confidential. This information is included in prospectus and displayed in form of notices at prominent places. Seniors are warned of consequences like getting expelled and a possibility of imprisonment also.