Affiliated with J&K State Board of Technical Education.
“Develop a passion for learning. If you do, you will never cease to grow”.
Message from Principal's desk:
With the current trends of competitions and challenges we face in the realm of higher education in general and the technical education in particular, teaching-learning processes are becoming complex day by day. In spite of recent bitter experiences of recession and economic slowdown, the kind of demand we see for the technically qualified personnel proves the crucial role the technical education plays in the socio-economic growth of our country.
Technical Education is one of the most significant components of human resources development spectrum in improving the quality of life of the people. India is at the threshold of crossing the milestone from a developing nation towards a developed nation, the transition is possible only by ensuring the quality standards. Quality being the buzz word of the day and it is that quality of products, processes and methods which ensures and emphasizes on customer satisfaction. The products – student pass outs, processes - teaching-learning and methods – methodologies of teaching-learning gain importance in an educational institution, if quality standards are to be achieved and maintained.
Technical institutions should augment the pace of industrial development. It is a matter of concern that some of the institutes produce persons who fall much short of desired expectations of the industries. The industries are on a look out for persons who are technically equipped, possess managerial skills, are creative, and can easily adapt to the changing market situations. In other words, in the present era of rapid changes, institutions have to become more responsive and proactive to changing labor markets and students interests.
Quality indicator of a technical institution refers to the knowledge, skills and attitudes attained by the pass outs. It is easier to master the subject matter and skills but mere possession of these will not ensure or guarantee growth in one’s career. The mental dispositions of an individual towards the world at large need to be favorable or positive for a successful career. Opportunities are aplenty and knock at the door always. A pessimist sees the difficulty in every opportunity and an optimist sees opportunity in every adversity. A wise man will make more opportunities than he finds.
The present youth need to be optimistic and wise and the institutions need to build these attitudes during their student life. Steps need to be taken to develop such attitudes in our classrooms besides the subject expertise. Teacher’s duty is to guide, facilitate and lead the youth towards attainment of right attitude and it is the attitude that makes the difference.
Latest News & Notifications:
Online Re-Evaluation Forms for 1st,3rd,5th and 6th Semester available on website of JKSBOTE. Last Date: 30th Mar 2019
Results of ND-18 Examinations:
MOMA Scholarship update:
Registration Details for MJ-19 Session:
Tentative examination calendar for 6th semester:
Notice regarding classwork for 2nd,4th & 6th Sem.
Registration link for 2nd,4th and 6th Semester:
Polytechnic Entrance Test (PET) 2019 — Extension of date in filling up of online applications.
BOPEE Entrance Examination.
Notice Regarding ND-18 Exam.
Sessional exam datesheets:
1.1st sem attendance 13-Nov-2018 15-33-20.pdf
2.1st sem shortage case 13-Nov-2018 15-38-23.pdf
5.5.SEM CIVIL SESSIONAL-1.docx
11.insurance Policy for students
12.Datesheet for 1st Sem Electrical Engg.IMG-20181110-WA0011.jpg
13.Notice for shortage.MG-20181110-WA0009.jpeg
Medical Camp held in college on 29th-Oct-2018.Medical camp.
Classwork of 1st,3rd and 5th semester will commence from 10-Aug-18.1st Sem Students are hereby informed to carry two passport size photos for library enrolment Purpose.
6th Sem Results declared.Attachment is given below:
Admissions for Three Years Diploma programmes in Civil and Electrical Engg are Currently going on.
Admission under Lateral Entry System in 3rd Semester in Govt./Private Polytechnics of J&K, State is now available.
Link for submission of Lateral Entry Application is provided as under:
“Mandatory Disclosure” means the disclosure of the information by a technical institution in the format prescribed by the AICTE Council for the purpose and/or uploading the same on the official website of Council.
Summary of Mandatory Disclosures as per Annexure 10 of AICTE Approval Handbook 2019-20:
1.Grievance Redressel Commitee in GPC Ganderbal:
2. Commitee for SC & ST Students in GPC Ganderbal:
3 Internal Compliant Commitee in GPC Ganderbal:
4.Entrepreneurship Development Cell in GPC Ganderbal:
5.Area Plan of GPC Ganderbal:
6.Audited Statement of Accounts and details:
7.Floor Area Ratio of GPC Ganderbal:
8.IT Summary Details of GPC Ganderbal:
9.Latitude and Longitude Details of GPC Ganderbal:
10: Occupancy Certificate:
11.Anti Ragging Commitee and Anti Ragging Squad:
12.Stock Details of GPC Ganderbal:
13.Result Analysis of Various Semester Exams:
14.Details about Rooms and other Labs available in College:
15.Faculty Details as per AICTE:
17.College Library Book Details:
All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) was set up in November 1945 as a national-level Apex Advisory Body to conduct a survey on the facilities available for technical education and to promote development in the country in a coordinated and integrated manner.
Main Objectives of AICTE:
1)Promotion of Quality in
2)Planning and Coordinated Development
of Technical Education System.
3)Regulations and Maintenance of
Norms and Standards.
AICTE Approvals received by this Institution:
Government Polytechnic College Ganderbal offers diploma program in two Fields of Engineering.Details are given below:
The Institution is affiliated to the J&K State Board of Technical Education (JKSBOTE) and follows Semester System. The academic calendar commences within a week after the admissions are complete. The examinations are conducted by J&K SBOTE in May/June and November/December session every year.
Two Internal Assessment/Sessional tests for all theory and practical are conducted and the internal assessment is awarded on the basis of these tests. For appearing in the final examination, the students is required to have more than 75% of the attendance in each subject and minimum 50% marks in the internal assessment tests conducted by the Institution.
Tentative Schedule for Internal Tests is:
1. Internal Sessional Test – I after 7 weeks
2. Internal Sessional Test – II after 15 weeks
The students are required to submit the Examination Form after first Sessional test. Mere filling of the Examination Form does not give the right to the students to appear in the Final Examination but students will be allowed to appear in the Final Examination after completing all other requisite formalities of J&K SBOTE. The Roll Number to the students are issued, only after the completion of the semester, and to those students who have 75% of attendance and have passed at least one of the Internal Test. Even if the student appears in the final examination, his all the papers are cancelled if he/she fails in sessional marks.
Academic Calendar copy provided from JKSBOTE:
Admission Fee: The Admission fee is fixed by the Government and revised from time to time. At present, the following fee structure is in vogue:
1.Admission to 1st year(1st and 2nd Sem)= 2230 Rs.
2.Registration fees for 2nd Year=1730 Rs.
3.Registration fees for 3rd Year=1730 Rs.
Admission is strictly done as per the selection lists framed by BOPEE.BOPEE Conducts PET entrance examinations each year for admissions in Polytechnic colleges.SC/ST Candidates are selected from their end on the basis of merit obtained by them in Entrance Examination.
Document Retention Policy:
Original certificates shall be submitted for verification to the college authority effecting admission.
Documents are retained as per the guidelines framed from AICTE.AICTE Policy details for retention of document is given below:
Documents Related to Fee Refund & Documents Retention Policy from AICTE:
Glimpse of college Campus:
1) career Guidance regarding Entrepreneurship held in college on 28-11-2018.
2)Click below link for viewing Pictures taken during SWACHHTA HI SEVA Sanitation Drive held on 25-09-2018:
URL for vedio 1:Swachhata hi seva
URL for 2nd Vedio: https://youtu.be/VLFyrGJF--E
3)Click below link for viewing Pictures taken during SWACHHTA HI SEVA Seminar and Drawing Competition on 27-09-2018:
Arduino based android controlled remote car.Details of Students who made this project are given below:
Training and Placement Section of JKDTE:
Training and Placement cell of College.TPO.PDF
Walk-in Interview in Okaya:
Career opportunity for Diploma Holders:
Apprenticeship Training in AAI
Complying with the directives of the Hon'ble Supreme Court of India, Govt.Polytechnic College Ganderbal has taken all necessary steps for overseeing the implementation of the provisions of the verdict with immediate effect:
What constitutes Ragging:
• Ragging constitutes one or more of any of the following acts as listed in the above mentioned UGC regulation:
• Any conduct by any student or students whether by words spoken or written or by an act which has the effect of teasing, treating or handling with rudeness a fresher or any other student;
• Indulging in rowdy or in disciplined activities by any student or students which causes or is likely to cause annoyance, hardship, physical or psychological harm or to raise fear or apprehension thereof in any fresher or any other student;
• Asking any student to do any act which such student will not in the ordinary course do and which has the effect of causing or generating a sense of shame, or torment or embarrassment so as to adversely affect the physique or psyche of such fresher or any other student;
• Any act by a senior student that prevents, disrupts or disturbs the regular academic activity of any other student or a fresher;
• Exploiting the services of a fresher or any other student for completing the academic tasks assigned to an individual or a group of students.
• Any act of financial extortion or forceful expenditure burden put on a fresher or any other student by students;
• Any act of physical abuse including all variants of it: sexual abuse, homosexual assaults, stripping, forcing obscene and lewd acts, gestures, causing bodily harm or any other danger to health or person;
• Any act or abuse by spoken words, emails, post, public insults which would also include deriving perverted pleasure, vicarious or sadistic thrill from actively or passively participating in the discomfiture to fresher or any other student;
• Any act that affects the mental health and self-confidence of a fresher or any other student with or without an intent to derive a sadistic pleasure or showing off power, authority or superiority by a student over any fresher or any other student.Anti ragging helpline: The anti-ragging help line started by Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India is 180-180-5522 & email@example.com.
Below Given Faculty/Staff are members of Anti-Ragging Committee of our College:
1. Ms.Safira Naheed.(H.O.D.)
2. Ms.Baiza Rafiqi.(Foreman)
Below Given Faculty/Staff are members of Anti-Ragging Squad of our College:
1. Ms.Masrat Mehraj.(Incharge Electrical Department).
2. Mr.Davood Ali.(Demonstrator Electrical Engg Department).
3.Mr.Aaqib Farooq.(Demonstrator Civil Engg Department).
Below are the Links related to anti-Ragging:
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My College days are unforgettable and in fact those days are the most happiest & fruitful days in my life. I proudly feel that I cherished every moments of my college.. I got infinite love & lessons from my teachers, there teachers made me do “Work Hard” for the way to success. Miss those days of polytechnic college Ganderbal . Just want to thank to the wonderful faculty of Polytechnic college Ganderbal ….I am proud to be a student of GPC Ganderbal.IRFAN RAINA R/o Wussan Ganderbal Batch : 2012 ( Electrical Engg.) Contact :8825087784.: Student
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