The Government Polytechnic, Bidar was established in 1960 with a provision of 3 diploma courses of three years duration in Civil, Electrical and Mechanical engineering with a total intake of 90 students. And short-term courses of 1-year duration in Wireman ship, Motor-winding works and Pump mechanism are also provided in this institution. In 1983 Automobile course was started with an intake of 30 students and in 1984 two more courses viz. Telecommunication and Commercial Practice were started with an intake of 40 students each. This is the only institute which is providing higher and technical education to the poorer & backward students since 1960 in this district.
Formerly the polytechnic was housed in a private building in an old city of Bidar. For the purpose of constructing its own building land sy.no.6, 7/1, 8/3, 8/4, 13, 14, 16, 17, 38 & 42 was acquired. 14 acres in 1960-61, 7.03 acres in 1969 and 6.00 acres in 1973 have been acquired. Out of total area, 27.03 acres payment was made for the first phase on 1-9-1960. The institution got total land of 27.03 acres for its purposes. Out of this 1.22 acre was in dispute and remaining 26.21 was with the institute. In the year 1964, its own new building was brought up on Bidar-Udgir Road, opposite to General Hospital, Bidar. The total cost of construction of the building was Rs.10 lakhs. Good Hostel facilities have been provided. The institution was provided with well-equipped laboratories and workshops with equipment worth Rs.15 lakhs.
In 1975 its library contained 5750 books. And now it contains books more than 20k.In 1975 the institution brought its First Annual Magazine. In the year 1984, a second annual magazine “HOSA CHIGURU” and in 1994 third magazine “TANTRIKA KIRANA” were released.
In the year 2005, the Government of Karnataka sanctioned Medical college to Bidar and the land owned by this institution was handed over to Medical college (BRIMS) authorities. Now the Karnataka Housing Board has constructed the new building of Polytechnic at sy.no.21 of Mailoor Bidar with a cost of Rs.11 crores & Women’s Hostel building is constructed with the financial assistance of MHRD, Govt. of India, New Delhi with a cost of Rs.1 crore.
Government Polytechnic, Bidar is currently being offered in the following departments.
|Diploma in Automobile Engineering|
|Diploma in Civil Engineering|
|Diploma in Electrical & Electronics Engineering|
|Diploma in Electronics & Communication Engineering|
|Diploma in Mechanical Engineering|
|Diploma in Commercial Practice (English)|
|Diploma in Commercial Practice (Kannada)|
- Sports is a term encompassing the non-professional, collegiate and university-level competitive sports and games requiring physical skill, and the systems of training that prepare the students for competition performance.
- Sport is generally recognized as activities which are based on physical performance of the students. with the largest major competitions such as the Cricket, Kabaddi, Volleyball, Ball Badminton, High Jump, Long Jumps etc. Games admitting only sports meeting the activities without a physical element from classification as sports. However, a number of competitive, but non-physical, activities claim recognition as mind sports.
- During the year 1994 SPORTS unit has been opened by this institute. One of the interested staff members has been nominated to conduct sports for the students. Every year Annual Sports competitions were held and felicitation programs and the trophy will be presented to the winning team.
- The 17th Inter Polytechnic Sports meet was held at Chikmagalur from 6-1-1994 to 8-1-1994, a student of Mechanical 2nd year Sunilkumar won a Bronze Medal in the event of Long Jump.
Students Welfare Officer
Skills development should be included in academic programs, rather than an add-on, to give students the best chance of shaping their future, says Marilyn Andrew. We need to reassess our role as higher education providers. We should not just provide the opportunities for students to achieve good academic results but actively promote the benefits of a wider curriculum to students. After all, this institute should be seen as a transformative experience through which students can prepare themselves to succeed in the many and varied roles they will undertake in future life.
That’s why, over the last few years, we have evaluated to recognize the importance and value of both academic curriculum and co-curricular activities in developing the range of skills and attributes that are important for graduates. Armed with a better sense of the student journey, this institute has designed a ‘development strand’ to support students’ transition through higher education and enable them to take responsibility for their own development.
Keeping the above points in mind, this institute started STUDENT WELFARE OFFICER (SWO) unit to conduct all types of co-curricular activities in the year 1993-94. Since then the unit is taking care of conducting all types of skill development programs for student along with National festivals, Jayanthi’s of National Leaders, Career Guidance Programs etc. One of the staff member will be Student Welfare Officer to look after all the activities and a Students Union will be formed by electing one student from each class as Class Representative and thereon conduct election for the Union President, Vice-President, Secretary etc.
After forming the union students community will be taken into the involvement of such co-curricular activities.
Every year Annual Day will be celebrated with the help the students.
The NCC Air wing activities started in the year 1993-94 as per the Government Directions. At that time 60 SD Cadets were enrolled for flight ‘B’ from this institute. And in the year 1994-95 15 SD cadets for ‘C’ Certificate and 43 SD cadets for ‘B’ Certificate appear for examinations.
Intensive training were imparted to the cadets. Under the NCC activities, our cadets participated in Aero modeling, long range and short range firing, revolver shooting, skeet shooting besides our regular activities. And various social activities like Tree Plantation, Blood donation camps were also conducted. Every year on the event of 15th August and 26th January a contingent of our flight represented parade organized by the Dist.Administration at Nehru Stadium, Bidar.
ANO Pre-commissioning Course was conducted by the Indian Air Force at Tambaram, Chennai in the month August-September 2013. Mr.Nagraj Shetgar, Lecturer in Electrical & Electronics who participated from this institute got a Second place in the order of merit. He got success in overall 13 examinations.
National Service Scheme (NSS)
National Service Scheme was launched in the year 1969 under Mahatma Gandhiji’s centenary with the aim of education through service.NSS has a wonderful legacy and carries forward the vision of our great leaders who fought for the Independence against the British. NSS is a powerful instrument for National integration.It predominantly teaches our students to develop compassion and empathy towards those who are in great need.
From the well-known slogan “ Ask not for what your country can do for you, but what you can do for your country “ It has inspired the young hearts to serve the country with zeal and commitment. For the encouragement purpose, the NSS students are even addressed as the “Peace Cops”.
In the spirit of “doing for your country “ through the NSS unit began at our institution in the year 1998. we have 100 students as NSS volunteers. our volunteers who have been a helping hand in organizing various who have been a helping hand in organizing various programmes held.We still have the potential to expand our volunteer membership and remold & rejuvenate our NSS unit to make it more vibrant one for the polytechnic under the guidance, leadership & support of our principal.
The motto of NSS is “NOT ME BUT FOR YOU” so the time has come for our NSS unit to mobilize the volunteers to play their role & take active participation for the benefit of our institution, society, & our nation.
Centre for Continuing Technical Education, Karnataka (CCTEK)
“The activities help the people improve their abilities, skills and competence, professional as well as vocational, thus facilitate entry into specialized areas and/ or allow personal development and satisfaction”- is Continuing Education
Aims & Objectives:-
- To impart need based training to unemployed youth to increase their employability in key sectors of our economy.
- To offer full-time, part-time, formal & non-formal programs to upgrade management skills to increase small-scale business and industry.
- To provide special training on small business development using locally available resources.
- To conduct retraining for professionals and executives in industry, business and service sector so as to enable them to cope up with fast-changing technological and managerial environment.
- To conduct in-service training to workers in the industries of organized and unorganized sectors for enhancement of productivity and equip them to meet the changes in technology.
- To conduct in-service training to the teaching, workshop and no-teaching staff of the polytechnics for meeting their needs of technological advancement, changes in curricula and career advancement.
- To develop & publish training materials for regular and distance education program
- To identify the area in which distance education and open learning methods are appropriate and to design and conduct such programs.
- To undertake such other activities as are relevant to fulfill the lives of the center.
Govt. Polytechnic Consumer Co-operative Society(R).
Consumer cooperatives are enterprises owned by consumers and managed democratically which aim at fulfilling the needs and aspirations of their members. Consumer cooperatives utilize the cooperative principle of Democratic member control, or one member/one vote.
The consumer co-operative society of this institute was established in the year 1983 with registration No. 3716 to fulfill the academic needs of the student’s community.
The consumer cooperative society has a board of directors elected by and from the membership. The board is usually responsible for the management and ensuring that the cooperative meets its goals, both financial and otherwise. Consumer cooperative society holds regular membership meetings. As mutually owned businesses, each member of a society has a shareholding equal to the sum they paid in when they joined.
To run the society, sitting Principal will be the President & one of the staff members works as a chief executive officer of the society.
The students of this institute comes from the poor family and the rural areas of the district. To provide them good residence and food, Govt. Polytechnic Hostel (Boys) was started with a capacity of 200 students. and a building was constructed in the year 1964.In the year 2005, as the whole area of the Govt. Polytechnic has been handed over to Bidar Medical college, the district administration has demolished the hostel to construct the Medical college.
Now, MHRD, New Delhi has sanctioned Rs.1.00 Cr for the construction Ladies Hostel to this institute. The Department of PWD got constructed the new Ladies Hostel at sy.no.21 of Mailoor, Bidar. The new ladies hostel building is inaugurated by Honorable Higher Education Minister of Karnataka Government Sri. R.V. Deshpande Ji on 6th August 2015.
The placement cell helps the students to get the jobs by organizing the campus interviews. Some reputed companies where our students are placed are:
- ABB India ltd.
- Karnataka Electricity Co.Ltd.
- L & T
- ACC Cement
- Government departments like PWD, Irrigation, watersupply, also recruited students as junior engineers.
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