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Govt. Polytechnic-Fatehpur

Govt. Polytechnic Fatehpur was established by Govt. of Uttar Pradesh in 1984 with two courses Diploma in Civil Engg., & Electronics Engg.(Micro). After that another branch Mechanical Engg.(Production), has been started in the year 1994. It is builtup in an area of 18.5 Acres. This institution is one of the oldest Polytechnic Institutes in U.P. At present 03 Diploma Engg. courses of 03 years duration are running with intake of 75 students (15 seats are reserved for Economicaly Weaker Section) in each course.The institution has a strong academic heritage having an envious track record of plum placement with major companies in India. It has a green lush campus.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.

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For Girl's Hostel contact to Km Stuti Srivastava Lecturer Mechanical Engg and For Boy's Hostel contact to Mr Abhishek Kumar Pankaj, Lecturer Electronics

Classes for Odd Semester 1st Semester 2021 will be started from 01 October 2021. Classes for Odd Semester 3rd and 5th Semester will be started from 20 Sep 2021


Running Courses

S. No. Level of Course Course Name Duration Year of Started Mode of Conduct
1 Diploma Civil Engg. 3 1984 Regular
2 Diploma Electronics (Micro) Engg. 3 1984 Regular
3 Diploma Mechanical (P) Engg. 3 1994 Regular

Intake

S. No. Level of Course Course Name Duration Intake
1 Diploma Civil Engg. 3 Year 75
2 Diploma Electronics (Micro) Engg. 3 Year 75
3 Diploma Mechanical (P) Engg. 3 Year 75

Admitted Students

Branch 1st Year 2nd Year Final Year
Civil 75 73 + 07 (Lateral) 70 + 07 (Lateral)
Electronics (Micro) 75 65 + 07 (Lateral) 70 + 06 (Lateral)
Mechanical (Production) 75 64 + 07 (Lateral) 72 + 07 (Lateral)

Admission

Process

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.

Eligibility

S. No. Branch Duration in Years Minimum Qualification % of Questions in Entrance Exam
1 Civil Engg. 3 10th with minimum 35% Part-1-Maths-50% Part-2-Physics and Chemistry-50%
2 Mechanical (P) Engg. 3 10th with minimum 35% Part-1-Maths-50%Part-2-Physics and Chemistry-50%
3 Electronics (Micro) Engg. 3 10th with minimum 35% Part-1-Maths-50% Part-2-Physics and Chemistry-50%

Fees

S. No. Branch Annual Fees Hostel Fees Net Amount
1 Civil Engg. 11306 2300 13606
2 Electronics (Micro) Engg. 11306 2300 13606
3 Mechanical (Production) Engg. 11306 2300 13606

Reservation

As per UP Government rules candidates belonging to certain categories are admitted to seats reserved for them based on relaxed criteria. These categories are:
A. Vertical Reservations:
I. Other Backward Classes (OBC) if they belong to Non Creamy Layer (NCL) -27%
II. Scheduled Castes (SC) -21%
III. Scheduled Tribes (ST) -2%

B. Horizontal Reservations:
I. Persons with Disability (PwD) with 40% or more disability) – 3%
II. Freedom Fighter – 2%
III. Ward of Military personnel – 5%
IV. Girl Candidates of All Categories – 20%


Faculty & Staff Details

S. No. Name Designation Qualification
1 Shri NEERAJ YADAV PRINCIPAL B.E.
2 Km. STUTI SRIVASTAVA Lecturer Mechanical M.Tech
3 Smt UPASANA RATHORE Lecturer Physics M.Sc.
4 Shri SANJAY KUMAR Lecturer Mechanical Ph.D.
5 Smt GARIMA SINGH Lecturer Mechanical M.Tech.
6 Shri KUNWER MRITYUNJAY SINGH Lecturer Electronics B.Tech.
7 Shri ABHISHEK KUMAR PANKAJ Lecturer Electronics B.Tech.,MBA
8 Km NEHA VERMA Lecturer Electronics B. Tech.
9 Shri RANJEET SINGH Lecturer Electrical B. Tech.
10 Shri VIJAY KUMAR SONKAR Lecturer Civil M.Tech
11 Shri SAURABH YADAV Lecturer Civil B.Tech
12 Shri K P SINGH Workshop Instructor Diploma
13 Shri RIZWANUL HAQ Workshop Instructor DIPLOMA
14 Shri AWADHESH SINGH Workshop Instructor Diploma
15 Shri BANSI LAL Technician Diploma
16 Shri MOHD. SHAHENSHAH Instructor Computer MCA
17 Shri SURENDRA KUMAR Librarian M.Lib
18 Shri MOHD SARWAR Stenographer M.A.
19 Shri DHEERAJ GUPTA Accountant M.Com
20 Shri ASHISH KUMAR Jr. Clerk M.A.
21 Shri ABHILASH SHRIVASTAVA Jr. Clerk B.A.
22 Shri MOHD. SALEEM Lab Attendant BA
23 Shri MEWA LAL Lab Attendant 8th Passed
24 Smt. USHA GAUTAM Lab Attendant B.A.
25 Shri ANIKET Lab Attendant INTERMEDIATE


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About Workshop

General Workshop forms an integral part of the Institution as it is heavily involved in carrying out the practical oriented study of various manufacturing activities with the help of some sophisticated equipments and machineries and tools.Basic Engineering workshop curriculum is framed in all engineering/technology diploma programmes so as to make all the students proficient in the use of hand tools, equipments and machineries in various workshop sections like Machine Shop, Welding, Carpentry, Fitting, Sheet metal, Smithy, Foundry etc. Also with the assistance of quality supporting staff, students are able to carry out the fabrication work for their project work as part of their course study.

Fitting Shop

In fitting shop various processes are performed on metals to give them desired shape and size and fit them with mating part. Both ferrous and non ferrous metals are dealt in this section.

Sheet Metal Shop

Provides with the necessary skills and techniques to work in the sheet metal fabrication occupation, giving you instruction in the use of portable power tools, sheet metal working equipment, shearing machine, bending machine etc. Learn to create various sheet metal articles such as trays, cups, jars, ducts etc.

Welding Shop

A well maintained and advanced Welding section is another attraction of the General Workshop. Welding Provides hands on introduction to the common welding processes used in industry. Course will include Gas welding, MIG, TIG as well as appropriate safety pro

Carpentary Shop

Carpentry is a skilled trade in which the primary work performed is the use of wood to construct items as large as buildings and as small as desk drawers. In carpentry shop students learn to do wood-work like to make wooden furniture, wooden articles etc.

Painting Shop

Painting is done in two phases. First, the painters will apply the primer and putty. They will try to fill some of the cracks in the walls and smooth the surfaces. This step can be done almost at any time after the floor tiling is done. The main painting is done in the second phase. Here they further open up existing cracks, fill them up with lambi, do minor PoP finishing, and then do the painting. The actual painting is done in two coats and does not take very long.


Training And Placement Cell

The Institute has also running a Training and Placement Cell. The Training and Placement Cell plays a crucial role in locating job opportunities for Under Graduates passing out from the institute by keeping in touch with reputed firms and industrial establishments. The Placement Cell operates round the year to facilitate contacts between different companies. The number of students placed through the campus interviews is continuously rising. On invitation, many reputed industries visit the institute to conduct interviews.

The Training and Placement Cell is conducted by the TPO Officer Shri Abhishek Kumar Pankaj, Lecturer Electronics


Contact Us

Govt. Polytechnic

Fatehpur, India
05180 210 116

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