From the Desk of Principal

Last one decade has seen tremendous upgradation in terms of technological advancement and skills. With a population of 72% below the age of 34 years, India is the most buzzing and happening place on the globe today with a huge manpower potential ready to be harnessed. India is fast becoming the technological capital of the world. Understanding this global phenomenon, Delhi College of Technology & Management has been contributing towards developing and nurturing the youth of India to become global citizens of tomorrow.

DCTM has many feathers in its cap. Be it sprawling lush green campus to state of the art labs and library, the institute has everything to cater to the needs of the students who wish to undergo a technological transformation in their life. The management and the faculty are committed to providing a world class atmosphere both in terms of infrastructure and knowledge. Besides interactive classroom learning we also provide our students with industrial exposure. The kind of team spirit and emotional bonding between the faculty and the management that I witness here is unprecedented. I am confident that by the time a student graduates from this institute, he/she will be capable enough to face the stiff competition and challenges and would be ready to perform in any organisational setup anywhere in the world.

Prof.(Dr.) Iqbal Ahmed Khan

Prof.(Dr.) Iqbal Ahmed Khan

He received his Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering (Ergonomics) in 2007, from Jamia Millia Islamia, New-Delhi. He did M.Tech. in (Industrial and Production Engineering) in 2000, from Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh, U.P., and B.E. (Mechanical Engineering) in 1995, from Jamia Millia Islamia, New-Delhi.

He has 20 years of teaching and administrative experience of different reputed Institutes such as Galgotias University, Krishna Engineering College, Greater Noida Institute of Technology, Manav Rachna College of Engineering etc.

His major research interest includes evaluation and improvement of performance of industrial workers, evaluation and improvement of human working conditions, ergonomic design of tools and equipment, and Human-Computer-Interaction (Environmental Ergonomics). He published 22 research papers in International and National Journals and also guided the students in projects and dissertations at UG and PG levels.