PRINCIPAL'S MESSAGEI am really honoured and feel very proud, privileged to function as the Principal of Government Polytechnic Mirzapur. We ensure high quality education which motivates and empowers our students to be lifelong learners and the productive members of the society. Success of all students is ensured at our Institute by the delivery of an enriching, students centered, balanced and structured curriculum. Our Institute also initiates the activities that actively promote save and ensure healthy lifestyle to contribute effectively to sustainability and conservation of our environment. I welcome you all to an outstanding learning community where everyone is dedicated to high standard of excellence.
"Let's learn, explore and build a better tomorrow."
Er. Lavkush Singh (Principal)
Govt. Polytechnic Mirzapur Was established by Government of Uttar Pradesh in 1964 with 05, three year courses in Diploma engineering namely Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering (Production), Electrical Engineering, Electronics Engineering, Information Technology & also 01, one year course in post graduate diploma in “Data Science and Machine Learning” started newly in the year 2022. This Institution is one of the oldest Polytechnic Institutes in U.P. It is located on National Highway No. 7 (Rewa Road) about 1 Km. from Mirzapur Railway Station. The institution has a strong academic heritage having an envious track record of placement with major companies in India. A dynamic, industrious and prudent Principal, along with highly efficient and effective team of faculty members, leads the college. It is indeed a pleasure to admit that we have progressed rapidly to achieve the goal of imparting quality education to the students.
Our vision is to develop well rounded, confident and responsible individuals who aspire to achieve their full potential. We will do this by providing a welcoming, happy, safe, and supportive learning environment in which everyone is equal and all achievements are celebrated.
At the core of all we do is a focus on our students’ needs as we prepare them for their careers. Our educators are highly efficient who work side-by-side with our students in hands-on, innovative and creative learning environments..
AFFILIATION & RECOGNITION
The institute is affiliated from the Board of Technical Education, U.P., Lucknow and all running courses are approved by All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE).View / Download AICTE APPROVAL COPY UPTO 2022-23.
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All the 3 years Engg. Diploma Programm run under Semester System Pattern.
Teching methodology includes class room teaching, Practical Lab Sessions, Field Exposure, Industrial Tour, Seminar, Project Work & Expert Lecture.
Sessional Exam & Assignment
Three Sessional Exams Each Semester & Five Assignments are given to students to test & develop skill of subject.
80% attendance is must in all subjects (Attendance Through Biometric System).
InfrastructureThe institution is having 56 Acre Campus with Modern facilities.
|3 Academic Buildings
(Main Building, New Institute Building, STS Building and IT Building)
|4 Labs in Civil Engg.
3 Labs in Electrical Engg.
3 Labs in Mechanical Engg. (Production)
1 Lab in Electronics
2 Lab in Computer
1 Language Lab
|Separate workshop Building having different shops
(Carpentry Shop, Machine Shop, Fitting Shop, Foundry Shop, Sheet Metal & Smithy Shop, Welding Shop, Plumbing & Painting Shop)
|Institution is having a good library.||One
One Virtual Class room
|Badminton Court||Table Tennis||Playground|
|Available||Available||Two Big Playgrounds are available|
|Boys Hostel||Girls Hostel||Guest House||Dispensary||Canteen||Staff Residences||NCC Block|
|Two Nos. With capacity 60 & 60 each||Two Nos. with capacity 60 & 60 each||One No. (A.C.)||Available||Available||Available (Principal Residence 01 Nos., Type 4 - 05 Nos., Type 3 - 07 Nos., Type 2 - 04 Nos., Type 1 - 05 Nos. Warden Residence -01 Nos||Available|
Courses1.Regular 3 years Diploma Engg. Courses :
|Sl.No.||Branch||Present Intake||Admission Qualification|
|1||Civil Engg.||60||Minimum Qualification is
High School with
Science & Math
|3||Mechanical Engg. (Production)||60|
|5||Data Science and Machine Learning (Minimum Qualification is Graduation or equivalent NSQF Levelas prescribed by BTEUP)||75|
Final Year Result :
|Sl. No.||Course||Year 2021-22|
FacultyOur Faculty And Staff
|Er. Lavkush Singh||Principal||-|
|Er. Ajay Kumar||HOD||Electrical Engg.|
|Er. Bijay Kumar Singh||Civil Engg.||Lecturer|
|Er. Lavakesh Kumar Pal||Mechanical Engg.||Lecturer|
|Er. Rang Bahadur Patel||Mathematics||Lecturer|
|Dr. Jaykesh Yadav||English||Lecturer|
|Er. Princy Pandey||Mechanical Engg.||Lecturer|
|Er. Savita Kumari||Civil Engg.||Lecturer|
|Er. Mukesh kumar||Electrical Engg.||Lecturer|
|Dr. Amrita Kumari Srivastava||Chemistry||Lecturer|
|Er. Brajesh Kumar Suman||Civil Engg.||Lecturer|
|Dr. Pavan Kumar Vishwakarma||Physics||Lecturer|
|Er. Keshav Singh||Electronics||Lecturer|
|Shri Awadhesh Kumar Singh||Workshop||Instructor|
|Shri.Dheeraj Kumar Srivastava||Workshop||Instructor|
|Shri Mohammad Shahid||Workshop||Instructor|
|Shri. Ghanshyam Singh||Workshop||Instructor|
|Mrs. Sunita Kumari Chaudhary||Workshop||Instructor|
|Shri Ashwani Kumar||Workshop||Instructor|
|Shri Arvind Kumar Tripathi||Workshop||Instructor|
|Shri Awadhesh Kumar Singh||Workshop||Instructor|
|Shri. Bharat Ram Yadav||Workshop||Technician|
|Shri. Vijay Prakash Singh||Workshop||Instructor|
|Smt. Nargis Bano Rizvi||Admin||Head Assistant|
|Smt. Rana Farooqui||Admin||Senior Assistant|
|Shri. Dinesh Kumar||Admin||Junior Assistant|
|Shri. Suneet Kumar Dwivedi||Admin||Assistant Accountant|
|Shri. Bhola Nath||Admin||Lab Attendant|
|Smt. Indrawati Devi||Admin||Lab Attendant|
|Shri. Rajendra Kumar||Admin||Sweeper|
GrievanceGrievance/Complaint’ - A “Grievance/Complaint” is defined as any communication that expresses dissatisfaction about an action or lack of action, about the standard of service/deficiency of service of an institute and the complainant asks for remedial action. Grievance Redress - Grievance Redress Mechanism is part and parcel of the machinery of any administration. No administration can claim to be accountable, responsive and user-friendly unless it has established an efficient and effective grievance redress mechanism. In fact, the grievance redress mechanism of an organization is the gauge to measure its efficiency and effectiveness as it provides important feedback on the working of the administration .
Our Grievance Cell Committee
|Er. Ajay Kumar (HOD Electrical Engg.)||President|
|Er. Bijay Kumar Singh (Lecturer Civil Engg.)||Member|
AICTE Grievance Redressal Committee(GRC)
Admission are offered through an Joint Entrance Exam (JEE) that is conducted by Joint Entrance Examination Council, Lucknow. Admission forms are available in all polytechnics typically from 15th December to 15th January every year. Joint Entrance Exam is normally conducted on last Sunday of April. Student Fee Details :.
|Sl. No.||Details||Ist Year||IInd & IIIrd Year|
|1||Tuition Fee||Rs. 8000||Rs. 8000|
|2||PLA Etc.||Rs. 2370||Rs. 2170|
|3||Exam||Rs. 840||Rs. 840|
|4||Insurance Fees||Rs. 96||Rs. 0|
|Total Without Hostel||Rs. 11306||Rs. 11010|
|5||Hostel Fees||Rs. 2300||Rs. 2100|
|Total with Hostel||Rs. 13606||Rs. 13110|
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Placement Cell is an integral part of the institute. The institute has provided complete infrastructure for effective functioning of the cell. Training activities are organized throughout the year in an effort towards preparing the prospective students for the campus selection programmes. The cell keeps on inviting various industries and reputed firms for campus recruitment.ObjectiveThe primary objective is to enhance the skills, knowledge and abilities of every individual and in the process match the skills required by the industries to make them employable. The goal of the cell is to develop the students according to the need of the various industries and to ensure that every student is suitably placed and secures a job appropriate to his or her qualification before graduating from the college. We are endeavoring to fulfill this ambition through the whole hearted support from the faculty, staff, students and the management. Here more than 15 Companies visited every year and placed the student on an average of 2.0 Lac CTC:
|Diploma In Engineering||Diploma||Civil Engineering||03 year||63||40|
|Diploma In Engineering||Diploma||MechanicalEngineering (production)||03 year||63||33|
|Diploma In Engineering||Diploma||Electrical Engineering||03 year||61||28|
|Diploma In Engineering||Diploma||Electronics Engineering||03 year||58||17|
|Diploma In Engineering||Diploma||Information Technology||03 year||58||12|
|Branches||No. of Students 2021-22||Passed 2021-22|
|List of Companies||Packages|
|ENCORN INDIA LTD.||156000.00|
|ERA INFRA LTD.||140000.00|
|Frontier Alloy Steels Ltd.||180000.00|
CONTACT US E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Training & Placement Officer:Mr.D.K. Shrivastava Contact No.-09415251262
Community Development Scheme Through Polytechnic (Govt. Of India Scheme)Objective
The objectives of Skill Development Training Programmes are broadly as Follows:
- Providing basic skills, knowledge and attitudes for self/wage employment to intended beneficiaries in their own villages/communities or nearby areas.
- Imparting entrepreneurial skills for initiating micro/tiny enterprises especially for the rural youth and community.
- Offering skill up-gradation programs in their own fields, or for adoption of appropriate technologies for enhancing their employment prospects e.g. masons may be trained for construction of bio-gas plants, low cost latrines, water storage tanks, ferro-cement articles; blacksmith may be trained in welding, fabrication, etc.
- Identifying and conducting special skill training programs for Women, SCs/STs, OBCs, minorities, school dropouts, street children, physically handicapped, economically weaker sections of the society and other under-privileged persons.
- Special training programs on health and hygiene, sanitation and mechanization of sanitary services and skill programs pertaining to liberation and rehabilitation of scavengers may be organized.
|1||Principal/Director of the Project Implimenting Institution.||Chairman|
|2||Two representatives of the Faculty.||Member|
|3||Two representatives of the Village Panchayt/Panchayt Samiti/Zila Prishad for the Extention Center.||Member|
|4||One representative og NGOs/Retired Professional.||Member|
|5||One Principal/Director/Internal Coordinator from nearby Project implimenting institution.||Member|
|6||Community Development Consultant.||Member|
|7||Internal Coordinator of the project Implimenting Institution.||Member Secretary|
CDTP COURSES :
|Sl No.||Course Name||No. Of Trainee||Course Duration|
|2||Fabrication (Arc Welding)||30||Six Months|
|3||Carpentry & Furniture Making||30||Six Months|
|4||Jewelry Making||30||Six Months|
|5||Plumbing and Sanitary Work||30||Six Months|
|6||Computer Application & Programming||30||Six Months|
|7||Garment & Dress Making||30||Six Months|
|8||Fasion Design & Embroidery||30||Six Months|
|9||House Wiring||30||Six Months|
|10||Computer Data Entry||30||Six Months|
|11||Cutting & Tailoring||30||Six Months|
EXTENSION CENTRES :
- Total No. of Extension Centres Setup since inception upto the end of previous Financial year = 05
- No. of Extension Centres Setup during the current financial year 2011-12 = 08
|Sl No.||Name of Centre||Whether at new place or at the same old place of the privious year||Name of Trade/Training Course|
|1||Kalwari,Mirzapur||New||1.Garment & Dress Making|
|2||Reksha Khurd,Patehara Kala, Mirzapur.||New||2. House Wiring
3. Fasion Design & Embroidery
|3||Kangal Padara, Mirzapur||New||4.Cutting & Tailoring|
|4||Shuklaha, Mirzapur||New||5.Garment & Dress Making|
|5||Khamariya, Mirzapur||New||6. Data Entry Operator|
|6||Majhigawa, Mirzapur||New||7. Carpet cum Kalin Waving|
|7||Mahuwariya, Mirzapur||New||8.Fasion Design & Embroidery|
Our objective is to establish good interaction between current and ex-students. This will help them to exchange relevant information of mutual interest like projects, workshops, seminars, research, training, job opportunities, technical and personal interaction. One of our main purposes is to guide our students in their future endeavors and more importantly create a favorable atmosphere.
- Promote interaction among Alumni members and between alumni and college.
- To encourage, promote education, research and other activities in college.
- To take help of alumni in our profession.
- To take part in seminars, technical events etc and encourage and guide students.
- To create and be a part of strong network of Alumni.
- To participate in programs conducted in college and also organize programs.
- To publish newsletter and articles.
- To establish, control and manage chapters of alumni in India and elsewhere.
- To access association’s database.
- To help students in placement.
- To provide financial assistance to students in form of scholarship.
- To help students to create live projects.
- Financially support alumni with contribution.
- To uplift the college.
Expectations from Members:
- Work with Alumni and provide executive oversight for all alumni programs.
- Identify and meets the need of Alumni.
- Meet with administration, faculty and student and informed them about general welfare issues & important issues of professional life.
- Monitor, encourage and support activities of Alumni.
- Financial support.
Student Welfare SchemeFee Reimbursement
Tuition Fee is fully reimbursed to the students belonging to families having annual income below 2 Lac. All eligible candidates can fill the Application Form available in institute office free of cost. Please see UP Government scholarship management system website for more details.