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Government Polytechnic, Koppal

Government Polytechnic, Koppal is one of the pioneer institutes of the state and was established in the year 1996, located beside the highway NH-63 in outskirts of the Koppal city. The institution is rendering its services to the co-education stakeholders of Koppal and surrounding places by imparting need-based, value based quality education.

The main objective of this college is to provide technical education at diploma level, thus preparing technicians of a level comparable to the best in the country keeping in view the need of the industry. Students apart from being prepared for industrial jobs are also trained for self-employment. They are made self-sufficient and enterprising so as to be able to understand profitable ventures. Above all, a sense of discipline is inculcated in the students making them useful & responsible citizens. Extra-curricular activities are given a special emphasis in the institution for an all-round development of the students. The students are encouraged to participate in sports and other competitions.

Government Polytechnic, Koppal is currently being offered in the following departments.

SI.No

Courses

Intake

1

Diploma in Mechanical Engineering

60

2

Diploma in Computer Science Engineering

60

3

Diploma in Electronics & Communication Engineering

60




Government Polytechnic, Koppal

 1. CCTEK

CCTEK Manager: K Venkatesh Murthy
CCTEK, Koppal sub center provides short-term training to faculties, unemployed youths sponsored by industrial organizations nearby Koppal. Through the CCTEK we provide internal books and record books for students and furniture for the lab.

Activities conducted under CCTEK

  1. Four one week STTP programs for faculties of polytechnics.
  2. Six months training program for Hindustan Co-Cola sponsored unemployed unskilled candidates in electrical wiring and fitter trade.
  3. Four months training programs for India Steels Ltd. sponsored unemployed unskilled candidates on fitter, electrical wiring and motor rewinding trade.

2. CDTP
Community Development through Polytechnics
Community scheme is running under Human resources Development Ministry, Government of India, New Delhi, since 1996. The sole purpose of this scheme is to provide free of cost technical & professional education to rural mass by approaching their doors and to guide them for employment in the industrial area and self-employment. Apart from this, this scheme also provides technical education, help, services and community services to weaker section, backward classes and minority classes, which cannot obtain such training programmes or not aware of technology to help them for self-employment or employment.

Internal Coordinator: Shri. Vishwanathgouda G K
CDTP Scheme Sanctioned by MHRD conducting following activities.

  1. Skill Development Training Program

Main Center Courses:

  1. Tailoring and Fashion Designing
  2. Repair of Electrical home appliances
  3. Basic Computer Skills
  4. Mobile Servicing
  5. Candle and Chalk Making
Sl.NoName of the Sub CenterCourses Conducted
01BhagyanagarTailoring & Fashion  Designing

Candle & Chalk Making

02KolurTailoring & Fashion Designing
03HalavarthiTailoring & Fashion  Designing

Motor Winding

04ChikkasindogiTailoring & Fashion Designing
05BahaddurbandiTailoring & Fashion Designing

Mobile Servicing

Candle & Chalk Making

06DadegalCarpentry

Arc Welding

Electrical House Wiring

Transfer of Technology Program:

  • Low-cost water filter
  • Smokeless Chulha
  • Demonstration of Solar Appliances in association with Karnataka Renewable Energy Development Ltd., Gulbarga through Mobile Van of the department.
  • Demonstration of Gobar Gas Plant.

Technical and Support Services:

  • Free Technical Camps conducted at extension centers and villages.
  • Repair of electrical home appliances
  • Repair of mobiles
  • Electrical Wiring Systems repair
  • Agricultural equipment repair and services.

Dissemination of Information:

  • Awareness about Pulse polio and women’s health.
  • Awareness about Fire safety in association with Fire Dept.
  • Veterinary free health checkup camp
  • Free health checkup camp
  • Awareness about solar energy through KREDL, Gulbarga
  • Awareness about population control
  • Awareness about environmental pollution.
  • Awareness Video Show Programme for AIDS, TB & its control.
  1. NSS

NSS Officer: Ramesha T

National Service Scheme (NSS) is a voluntary association of students from all disciplines, primary focus on the development of personality of students through community service.

The main objectives of NSS are to:

  • Understand themselves in relation to their community
  • Identify the needs and problems of the community and involve them in the problem-solving process
  • Develop among themselves a sense of social responsibility
  • Utilize their knowledge in finding a practical solution to individual and community problems
  • Develop competence required for group living and sharing of responsibilities
  • Acquire leadership qualities and democratic attitude
  • Develop the capacity to meet emergencies and natural disasters

In each academic year, many service-oriented programmes are organized by the NSS unit of our institution under the guidelines of NSS cell, DTE, Bangalore. The programmes include:

  • Campus cleaning
  • Maintenance of roads
  • Literacy classes
  • Water conservation
  • Plastic eradication
  • Tree plantation
  • Blood donation

These programmes aim to inculcate social welfare in students and to provide service to the society without bias. NSS volunteers work to ensure that everyone who is needy gets help to enhance their standard of living and lead a life of dignity. In doing so, volunteers learn from people in villages how to lead a good life despite a scarcity of resources. NSS also provides help in natural and man-made disasters by providing food, clothing and first aid to the disaster victims.

Following activities are done.

During 2011-12

  • Adopted Village – Kolur
  • Internal Lawn system of Govt. Polytechnic, Koppal

During 2012-13

  • Adopted Village – Yetnatti
  • Campus Cleaning, usage of Solar energy through KREDIL, Gulbarga

 During 2013-14

  • Adopted Village – Vadaganahal
  • Dental and Eye Camp, Veterinary camp, cleaning the premises of Government Institutes Plantation.

During 2014-15

  • Adopted Village – Mangalapura
  • Dental and Eye Camp, Veterinary camp, cleaning the premises of Government institutes

During 2015-16

  • Adopted Village – Dadegal
  • Veterinary camp, cleaning the premises of Government institutes, fire safety awareness.

During 2016-17

  • Adopted Village – Yetnatti
  • Solar power awareness, Dental and Eye Camp, awareness on government schemes, cashless awareness programme.

During 2017-18

  • Adopted Village – Kolur
  • Voting awareness, Dental Checkup, fire safety awareness, Swacch Bharath Abhiyan
  1. Library and Information Centre:

  Librarian: Smt. Basavannevva Bhajantri

We have a full-fledged college library comprising of more than 6,800 books related to general and technical education for our students. Students are provided 2 library cards to borrow books. Students belonging to SC, ST category get the benefit of borrowing additional books. In addition to technical and non-technical books, a good number of magazines and journals are also available. Provision for reading inside the library is provided for the students to sit comfortably and study.

  1. Lab Facilities:

1) Electronics & Communications Lab
2) Computer Science Lab
3) Mechanical Lab

Placement Cell

Placement Officer: Paramesh Kumar
The college is having an active placement cell which conducts placement trainings for final year students of all the departments. A number of organizations have conducted campus interview at our polytechnic and diploma students of nearby polytechnics are invited for campus interviews and we allow our final year students to attend pool campus interviews in nearby polytechnics.

The following companies have visited our polytechnic for campus interviews and short-term training programs.

  1. BHEL, Bangalore
  2. Toyota Kirloskar, Bangalore
  3. John Deere, Pune
  4. Bajaj Motors, Pune
  5. L&T Komatsu Ltd., Bangalore
  6. BEL, Bangalore
  7. Tata Autocomp Systems Ltd., Pune
  8. Tractors & Farm Equipments Ltd., Bangalore
  9. Anand Group of Companies, Pune
  10. Jetking
  11. Xindia Steels Ltd., Koppal
  12. JSW, Bellary
  13. Hospet Steels Ltd.
  14. Scania, Bangalore
  15. Kirloskar Ferrous Ltd., Koppal
  16. BMM ISPAT Pvt. Ltd., Hospet
  17. Power Grid Corporation of India, Koppal
  18. TVS Motors Pvt. Ltd., Mysore
  19. Riiit, Mysore
  20. Divagivarnar, Sirsi
  21. Bhagyodaya Group, Hospet
  22. MSPL, Koppal




Government Polytechnic
Dadegal,Gadag Road,
Koppal Dist,
Koppal – 583231
Karnataka
Contact no.: 08539-200417
Principal : Sri Vadiaraj Mathad
Mobile no. : 9449432723
Email : pplkoppal200417@gmail.com / vamathad723@gmail.com
Website : http://www.gptkoppal.in/default.aspx

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