About Us

This Institution, Smt.L.V.(Govt).Polytechnic Hassan has the pride of being situated in a vantage place of Karnataka, Hassan. This institute is located in the outskirts of the city in vast area of 43 acres and in a calm atmosphere near KMF Dairy on Bangalore-Mangalore road at 3kms from Hassan Bus Stand. This Institution is amongst the premier polytechnics of the Karnataka state. Started as early as in 1949. The Institution is offering there are Six, 3-Years Diploma Courses. They are

  • Diploma in Computer Science & Engineering
  • Diploma in Mechanical Engineering
  • Diploma in Civil Engineering
  • Diploma in Machine Tool Technology
  • Diploma in Electical Engineering
  • Diploma in Automobile Engineering

 

       The Institution has well equipped Labratories, Workshops, Well Experienced and Qualified Teachers. All the departments have well qualified and highly motivated faculty. They have been working for the progression of Institution. All the departments have a number of staffs. Staff of the college contribute technical papers to journals of national and international repute. All the department also conduct short term courses/Continuing Education Programmes in the field of latest technological developments for the benifit of the staff of polytechnics.

 

About Hassan City

 

        Hassan is a city and district headquarters of Hassan district in the Indian state of Karnataka. The town is situated 934 mts above sea level with fine weather similar to Bangalore.The town is home to the Master Control Facility of the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO), and also to the Malnad College of Engineering (MCE),it is one among the best colleges in the region. The place is called Hassan after the Goddess "Haasanamba", the goddess and presiding deity of the town. It can be called as the temple-architectural capital of Karnataka.

History

        Hassan the 4th largest city of the state, dates back to the 11th century. It was founded in the 11th century, by Channa Krishnappa Naik, a Palegar (chieften). During the Uraizee dynasty, which lasted from the eleventh to the fourteenth century. Their capital was at Dwarasamundra (Dwaravati-pura), the ruins of which are still to be seen scattered round the town of Halebidu. The earlier kings were of the Jain faith, but the finest temples were dedicated to Shiva by the later monarchs in the dynasty. While the Hoysalas were at the zenith of their power much of southern India was under their influence.

Places to Visit

        In the city of Hassan the Hasanamba temple, which opens only for about a week in the Ashvija month and the Siddeshvara temple constructed by Nayaka ruler Venkatappa Nayaka are worth visiting. Shravanabelagola city is in Channarayapatna taluk where the great single stone Bahubali statue that is of 58 feet tall is situated on top of a hill. Channaryapatna chandra mouleshwara temple is the second standing shivas temple in India. One of the largest and most remarkable temples in Hassan district is the famous Chenna Keshava temple in Belur of Hoysala times (12th century AD). The Hoysaleswara temple is located in Halebidu. Nearby is Doddagaddavalli, the location of the Lakshmi temple. Hassan also has fort which is hidden under natural cliffs.Its Away from Hassan City by 48Kms(Sakleshpur Taluk) and identified by Historical name called Manjarabad Fort, Which was primarily hideout for Tippu sultan from British rulers.