K.S. Polytechnic is started in the year 1992 with the blessing of elders, at No. 5 Chennammana Kere Achhukattu, Bengaluru with only two branches-Electronics & Communication Engg and Computer Science Engg. In the year 1994 K.S. Polytechnic was shifted to the present premises at No. 14, the additional branches-Mechanical, Automobile and Civil Engg.

The main objective of K.S.Polytechnic is to provide value based technical education. The institution provides eminent, experienced and dedicated faculty, spacious lecture halls, Drawing halls, well equipped laboratory facilities, a library with immense collection of books, reading room, canteen, play ground, etc., to serve the needs of students.



The Majority students of K.S.P speak about its reputation, presently it has more than 800 students studying in 5 different courses.
The team of faculty is lead by Prof. Hemadri Naidu. T, Principal of K.S. Polytechnic has done ME with distinction in the field of Machine Design. He is having 17 years of teaching experience. Prior to join as a principal, he has worked as Associate Professor in KSIT for about 7 years. He also worked as a lecturer in K.S. Polytechnic for about 6 years. Presently he is pursuing Ph.D in the field of welding technology (TIG) for Aero Space applications. Now he is striving the institute at administrative level from past 5 years.
He is also member of professional bodies like MISTE, MIE and MIWS He has published 3 papers at National level conferences. And also attended National level seminars and workshops all over India. He had undergone training on E-commerce, CAD/CAM/CAE, Financial Accounts, Auditing and Management skills.

With his rich experience both in Industry and teaching at different level he is guiding the polytechnic team to reach new heights year by year. The result of every year is the best evidence or the work being done by our team. The management of Kammaravi Sangham is giving the necessary support and moral guidance.

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