PES Polytechnic College - Hanumanthanagar Campus
50 Feet Road, Hanumanth Nagar, Bangalore – 560050 Karnataka, India.
Government of Karnataka
Established in 1972, PES Polytechnic College is committed to providing education that inspires the students to realise their potential. The college is affiliated to the Department of Technical Education and recognised by Government of Karnataka.
The students are provided with knowledge that has an understanding of the values and ethics of the university. They are trained professionally to become a part of the global manpower in the world of technology. The faculty members of the college are highly trained and educated in their field. They give hands-on training to the students.
The college is providing a 40% waiver in tuition fees for the top 20% of students. (For more details, check out college?s scholarships section)
*Scholarships subject to the central/state government and college rules.
Why choose PES Polytechnic College - Hanumanth Nagar CampusPES College of Polytechnic College - Hanumanth Nagar Campus aims to provide the best quality education and facilities to the students, which are:
- Library: The college library has a huge stock of books that the students can borrow anytime.
- Well-equipped Labs: The students are provided with well-equipped labs with the latest technology for students to practice their practical skills.
- Clubs and Activities: The college provides indoor and outdoor sports facilities for the recreational purpose and overall development of students.
- Hostel: There are separate hostel facilities for boys and girls. The rooms provide basic facilities for the students for a comfortable stay during the period of education.
The graduates of PES Polytechnic College - Hanumanth Nagar Campus can become:
Computer Science Engineers
Information Science Engineers
Electrical & Electronics Engineers
Diploma in Electronics and Communication Engineering
50 Feet Road, Hanumanth Nagar, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560050
Polytechnic is a Technical Education of Engineering or Diploma in Engineering courses that are focused on practical and skill-oriented training.
Bus: 190, 201, 36A, 36F, TR-12A and Metro: Green Line
Yes, Arts and Humanities students can pursue a course in Polytechnic after class 12. However, students from the science stream are preferred.
You could pursue further studies in the field of computer science and can also join the 2nd year of B Tech or of B.E. in engineering institutes through lateral entry scheme.
The college has spacious classrooms, a well-stocked library, computing systems, cafeteria, sports and co-curricular activities, workshops, events, and many more.