A programme is conducted on 03-02-2020 on” Women’s Campus Safety ”by K.V.T.Polytechnic, in association with Women and Child welfare Department, District Child Protection Unit and Judicial department.
The programme started with a prayer song by Mrs. K Shilpa., Lecturer in Mechatronics Department. Our Principal Mr.G. Narasimhaiah, gave a warm welcome to the guests. The programme started by lighting the lamp by guests.
Mrs Indira SGL., E&C Dept gave an introductory speech about the formation and activities of the Women’s Grievance Redressal Cell. Inaugural speech was given by Mr. H.Devaraj., Senior Civil Judge, Chickballapur
The other guests were
Mrs Lakshmidevamma G.K ., District Women and Child Welfare Officer, Chickballapur
Mr. Ramegowda D.K., Law & Chief Administrative Officer., Chickballapur
Mr. K.N.Manjunath., Child Protection Officer., Chickballapur
gave awareness to the students , staff and management on topics of women’s safety in work places, protection of female students and staff in educational institutions, Women harassment and its legal proceedings, rights and duties of every citizen in this regard.
Our Principal also spoke a few words about the care taken by management about safety precautions.
The programme ended with vote of thanks to guests by Mrs. M. Gangamma SGL., Computer Science Department.
The program became successful with the co-operation of all staff.
The Cultural Committee of K.V.T.POLYTECHNIC, intends to create an atmosphere, which is intellectually and aesthetically stimulating the student community in our campus. The Cultural Committee has a strong and dedicational team with multitude of skills. It encourages the students to prove their worth and talent. The Committee conducts auditions to identify the hidden potential of the students. Some of the areas picked by the Committee to provide exposure to the students are literature, music, drama, environment, Meditation, Yoga, Indian culture, etc., The activities are informal and are intended to sensitize the academic world to other dimensions of human experience and knowledge, with the hope that this would enrich the lives of students and make them aware of their social responsibilities and understand the implications of their actions
A committee of faculty is constituted, in the pursuit of its objective, cultural and intellectual activities are held. These activities are held throughout the year to keep the spirits alive in the campus and eminent people in their respective fields are invited to take part in these programmes. The Cultural Committee makes sure that every event lasts in the memories of students for a lifetime.
Objective : Bring out the talents of the students. ; Enhance the creativity.
Participation in State level Cultural festival
The “State level Cultural festival – 17” event was held in Mysuru from 29/08/2017 to 01/09/2017 which was organized by Vishva Manava vedhike, Mysuru. 37 Students accompanied by 4 staff members participated in this fest. The following events were organized in which our students’ participation is as follows.
Kiru nataka sparde-11 students , Janapadha samuhika geethe-07 students, Kannada kuvempu samuha geethe-07 students, Kannada nela jala bashe samuha geethe-07 students, Western dance samoha-07 students, Western dance solo-01 student, Yoga-01 student, Kannada chalanachitra geethe-02 students, Chitra kale-02 students, Rangoli-02 students, Charchaspardhe-02 students, Bharatanatya sparde (solo) -01 student, Bhava geethe (solo) -02 students, Janapadha geethe (solo) -02 students, Best student -02 students.
All students were encouraged with certificates and we are glad to inform that Chi. Navaneeth, Student of III semester Mechanical won first prize in “YOGA COMPETITION” and awarded with a Certificate and a Trophy, up keeping the fame of our institution in the state level. The team also visited Chamundi hills. The committee thanks The Management, Principal, staff and students for their support and co-operation to achieve this.
Cultural Commitee Members The committee is formed under the guidance of Sri G. Narasimhaiah, our Principal to motivate the students to carry forward the cultural heritage with equal share of fun and academics. As an evidence of its meaningful existence, our students proved to be the best in the state.
Honorable Chairman – G.Narasimhaiah
Chairman – Sunkireddy Sarada
Secretary – Jayadeva. R.N
Cashier – Devaraj.V
Members : Srinivas.K, Srinivasappa.K.N, Prakash Babu.B.R, Srinivasan.M.K, Shahajahan, Venkateswara Prasad.K, Anjanadri.C.G, Nagabhushan.S, Chandrashekar Reddy.M, Srinivas K.M, Malleha.K.R, Sarojadevi, Chandrakala.
Innovation can be defined as “A new idea, creative thoughts, and new imaginations in the form of device or method”. however innovation is also viewed as the application of better solutions that meet new requirements, unarticulated needs, or existing market needs, such innovation takes place through the provision of more effective products, processes, services, technologies and business models that are made available to markets, governments and society. Innovation is more opt to involve the practical implementation of an invention to make a meaningful impact in the market or society.
The main vision of innovative club is to prepare the students with high technical abilities and skills which can allow them to perform their roles efficiently and raise their skills in areas of technology in order to achieve success and self professional excellence.
INNOVATIVE TECH FEST 2017-18
Activities of innovative club for academic year 2017-18 were conducted on 7th April 2018 by chief gust Sri G V Hanumantha Reddy, Principal, SIR M V I T I, C V V Campus, chickaballapur.
The occasion was graced by Sri G Narasimhaiah, Principal, K V T Polytechnic, Sri Balakrishne gowda J, co-ordinator, Innovative club, Sri H. Rajareddy, H O D, Automobile engineering dept, Smt B V Manjula, H O D, E&C, Dept, Smt Sunkireddy Sarada, H O D, Mechanical engineering dept, Smt Gagamma G H O D, C S dept, Smt G S Uma, H O D Mechatronics dept, Mr. Chikkapala office superintend, innovative club members, Staff’s and students………..
Blood donation is one of the most significant contributions by the human being. To solve the problem of blood shortage in india and in the memory of our chief pattern smt Kamalamma and Sri C V Venkatarayappa , A voluntary blood donation camp is organized in our campus. An appreciable response was observed when a healthy number of students, staff members along with their families and well-wishers of our beloved chairman turned up Voluntarily. Camp was organized under the leadership of of our beloved chairmen Mr.K.V.Naveen kiran and with the assistance of IRCS , Chickballapur. CAMP was inaugurated by Chickballapur superintendent of police Mr.Karthik Reddy.on this occation we had collected 1056 units of blood for which we have received a “ CERTIFICATION OF APPRECIATION” from IRCS Karnataka state Branch. On this occation felitation function is held to honour Mr.Guru who donated his blood on every blood donation camp organized in cvv capus and also we have honoured our IRCS Secretary Mr.Narayanachar for his contribution and dedicated service to IRCS Chickballapur. Our Institute work on a diverse range of social issues including Blood donation, distributing fruits to patients of government hospital Chickballapur, distributing cloths to students of Gurukulashram. In many major surgeries and trauma emergencies the use of whole blood is now well accepted. Blood transfusion has been responsible for saving millions of lives each year around the world. Yet the quantity and quality of blood pool available for transfusion is still a major concern across the globe, especially in the developing countries.
With increase in population and development of more advanced medical and surgical procedures, the need for blood is ever increasing. Only voluntary blood donors can help to maintain an adequate supply of blood to save the lives of those who in need.
Innovation and entrepreneurship are at the peak in India. In order to make development a comprehensive mass movement and innovate on all fronts, MHRD, AICTE, i4c and Persistent Systems have come together to organise Smart India Hackathon (SIH) 2019 – a unique Open Innovation Model for identifying new and disruptive technology innovations to solve the challenges faced in our country. It’s a non-stop product development competition, where problem statements are posed to technology students for innovative solutions. It can help to:
* Harness creativity & expertise of students
* Spark institute-level hackathons
* Build funnel for ‘Startup India’ campaign
* Crowdsource solutions for improving governance and quality of life
* Provide opportunity to citizens to provide innovative solutions to India’s daunting problems
The first two editions SIH2017 and SIH2018 proved to be extremely successful in promoting innovation, out-of-the-box thinking in young minds, especially engineering students from across India.
Our College has been actively participating in Smart India Hackathon 2017, 2018, and 2019 with “SPOC” persons Mr. Arun Kumar. V Lecturer, Mechanical Engg., Mr. Nanje Gowda SGL, Automobile Engg., And our college representative Principal, Mr. G. Narasimhaiah.
In SIH 2017, three teams had participated with the participants from Mechanical, E&C, Mechatronics and Computer Science students, comprised with total 18 participants, with 10 members of boys and 8 members of girls.
In SIH 2019, six teams were participating with the participants from Mechanical, E&C and Computer Science students, comprised with total 36 participants, with 25 members of boys and 11 members of girls.
Everyone loves sports stars. They look great, they appear on television and like rock stars, and they perform with the entire world watching. No wonder young adults make heroes out of their favorites. Great athletes teach us more than how to swing a bat or dunk a basketball. In the face of seemingly impossible challenges they teach us that success -- whether on the basketball court or in the classroom -- takes dedication, confidence, and a hefty dose of hard work.
At KVTP ,Sports are given a very important preference and participation in sports should always be encouraged.
We have five department namely Mechanical Engineering, Automobile Engineering, Computer science and Engineering, Electronics and Communication Engineering, Mechantronics Engineering. To bring the students talent into lime light, an inter-department tennis ball cricket tournament was held.
The league matches started on 25th February 2018 and ended on 3rd march 2018. On 5th march 2018 semi-finals were held and Mechanical department and electronics and communication engineering teams won.
The finals were held on 07th march 2018, in which the Electronics and Communication Engineering department team won the match over Mechanical department and took the shri.C.V.V.Memorial cup.
Our beloved chairman of K.V. & P.E.Trust Sri.K.V.Naveen kiran gave away the prize cup in a colorful function along with cash prizes for the Winners.
Our beloved Principal G.Narasimhaiah gave away the prize cup in a colorful function along with cash prizes for the Runners.
In the program sports committee president Sri.H.Rajareddy and sports committee members, staff and students were present.
In a technologically growing world, industry institute interaction is the epicenter of a technical institute. With the advent of globalization and opening up of Indian economy to outside world, competition among the industries has become stiff. There is an urgent need of interaction of industry and academics, where academic industries can prepare students for suitable jobs, henceforth industry will be benefited by receiving well trained work force. For this to become reality, bridging the gap between industry and academic institute is a must. Hence, IIIC was established.
At KVTP ,Industry Visits and Industry Interactions are given a very important preference and participation to all students always been encouraged.
1. To identify and facilitate guest lecturer interactive workshops, faculty development programs, seminars, technical discussions etc with members of the industry, outside experts, eminent personalities at regular intervals.
2. To conduct industrial teaching, orientation courses, industrial visits etc for faculty and students at regular intervals. To cultivate strong links with industry.
3. Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the institute and industries for strategic partnership.
4. To identify continuing education opportunities, short term programmes and training needs of the industry, which the institution can provide.
Environment and sustainable development have become a buzz word today. With the growing environmental problems around us, policy makers have realized that tackling these problems must involve the large scale participation of the society. It therefore becomes essential to sensitize the people regarding various environmental issues. Environment education in schools and colleges is seen by many as a necessary tool for making people aware regarding these issues and inculcating environmental values in them.
KVTP organized a talk on Air pollution control , Environmental awareness and Climate Change by DR.RAVI , Deputy General Manager Karnataka State Pollution control Board Bangalore and Mr Madhusudhan General Manager Karnataka State Pollution Control Board, Chickballapur.
Dr. Ravi explained to the Students the science behind climate change. He started the talk with a growing environmental problems around us and about Air pollution , because Air pollution is one of the biggest threats for the environment and affects everyone: humans, animals, crops, cities, forests, aquatic ecosystems… It is certain, however, that anthropogenic involvement is creating an imbalance in Earth’s ecology which will lead to drastic changes in the climate. Our activities are altering the hydrological cycle, cloud formation. Our claiming that “Climate Change” is a myth doesn’t change the fact that human activities are not in harmony with the nature. There is enough evidence that many of the so-called “development” activities have caused serious damage to the ecology and the rate at which these activities are growing is alarmingly high. Therefore, it is important for all of us to realize that the planet we are thriving on will not be able to sustain life if we don’t put a halt to the activities which are potentially detrimental to our mother Earth.
A tree plantation drive was held in our campus .A total of 100 saplings have been planted inside the campus. This event saw a widespread participation from the student’s community.