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Punjab Engineering College is located in Chandigarh, Sector-12. Chandigarh, also known as The City Beautiful, is a city and a union territory in the northern part of India that serves as the capital of the states of Punjab and Haryana. Chandigarh is easily accessible from anywhere in the country via all modes of transport, including flight, train and bus. The city is served by an international airport as well as well-planned rail and road network, using which travellers can enter the city with ease.


Accommodation at the PEC and NABI Guest House is available for single and double occupancy at a designated cost. To secure these accommodations, participants can make reservations by submitting a request via email before the specified due date. Alternatively, several quality hotels are close to participants, allowing them to make direct bookings based on their preferences and requirements

Ways to reach Chandigarh

  1. Air Route: Chandigarh International Airport serves not only Chandigarh but neighbouring cities of Panchkula, Mohali and even some of the southern districts of Himachal. The international airport operates flights of 7 airlines including Indigo, Spicejet and Air India which connect Chandigarh with several national and international destinations. Travellers can either take private cabs or public transport like buses, autos to reach the college from here.
  2. Train Route: Chandigarh Junction Railway Station (CDG) is the main railhead of the city. It serves both short and long-distance trains to and from neighbouring cities like Delhi, Ambala, Panipat, Shimla and many more.
  3. Road Route: Travellers who prefer road trips can easily access Chandigarh from neighbouring cities via a well-maintained network of highways and expressways. Ambala-Chandigarh Expressway, Khuda Lahore Road, Jan Marg, Sukhna Path and Shanti Path are some of the major arterial roads in the city. Chandigarh Bus Terminus serves as the main entrance for both public and private buses. There are plenty of public transports available outside the bus terminus using which guests can access major parts of the city.

Hotels Near PEC

Some good hotels near PEC

  • The Lalit Chandigarh
  • JW Marriott Hotel
  • Hyatt Centric Sector 17
  • Hotel Mountain View
  • Hyatt Regency

You can check more hotels here.



Within 200 kms



Shimla, the crown jewel of Himachal Pradesh, awaits just a 5-hour drive from Chandigarh via NH-72. This charming hill station, nestled high at 2205m, invites you to trade city worries for crisp mountain air and stunning views. Stroll along The Mall, a bustling street lined with colorful shops and echoes of British days. Seek peace in ancient temples or chase waterfalls hidden in the green mountains. For the adventurous, Shimla offers hikes through apple orchards and rhododendron forests, rewarded with breathtaking panoramas. Travel back in time at the grand Vice Regal Lodge or find quiet moments in beautiful churches like Christ Church and Tara Devi Temple. And don't miss a ride on the famous Kalka-Shimla Railway, a journey like no other. Whether you seek history, adventure, or simply a relaxing escape, Shimla promises an unforgettable experience.



With spectacular valleys, breathtaking views, snowcapped mountains, and lush forests of oak, deodar, and pine, Manali is a magical hill station at the northern end of Kullu valley in Himachal Pradesh. It has a reputation as a backpacking center. Set on the Beas River, it's a gateway for skiing in the Solang Valley and trekking in Parvati Valley. It's also a jumping-off point for paragliding, rafting and mountaineering in the Pir Panjal mountains, home to 4,000m-high Rohtang Pass. Atal Tunnel allows travelers to reach Sissu within a few hours, making Spiti more accessible.



Kufri is a dream destination for those who adore hill stations and adventure because of the breathtaking snowscapes it offers during the winter. From January through March, the town receives significant snowfall. Kufri's most well-known attraction is the Himalayan Nature Park, a high-altitude zoo with a diverse array of plant and animal life. Tourists go to Mahasu Peak to take in the breathtaking scenery of the snowy hill station. Kufri is widely recognised as one of the most stunning hill stations in the country due to its stunning scenery and abundance of tourist attractions.

McLeod Ganj

McLeod Ganj

McLeod Ganj is a beautiful and scenic town located in the Kangra Valley of Himachal Pradesh, India. It is also known as "Little Lhasa" because the Tibetan government-in-exile is headquartered there. The town is surrounded by the Dhauladhar mountains and offers picturesque views all over. McLeod Ganj is a popular tourist destination known for its Tibetan culture, nature treks, and greenery. The town was named after David McLeod, the Lieutenant Governor of Punjab when the British discovered the little hill station in 1850s. Being the home of His Holiness Dalai Lama, McLeod Ganj is a popular Buddhist destination.