Committees List

Innovation Committee

Innovation Committee

    Sl.No Name Position Contact Details
    01 Dr. Ravikumar GK
  • Prof.& Head,R&D
  • Chairperson 9972094249
    02 Dr. mahadevaiah T
  • Prof..& Head CV
  • Member 9900250327
    03 Dr. Ranganathswamy L
  • Associate Prof.,ME
  • Member 9241343435
    04 Dr. Naveen KB
  • Associate Prof.,EC
  • Member 9916444448
    05 Mr. Mahendra HS
  • Asst Prof, ME
  • Member 9740387270
    06 Mr. Devi Prasad
  • Asst Prof, CV
  • Member 7411693652
    07 Mr. keerthi BL
  • Research Scholar,ME
  • Member 9964048942
    08 Mrs. Amulya
  • Asst Prof ,CS
  • Member 9900262656
    09 Mrs. Ramyarani HV
  • Asst Prof ME
  • Member 8095380081
    10 Mr. Siddartha BK
  • Research Scholar,CS
  • Member 9620151272
    11 Mr. MohanKumar KS
  • Research Scholar, EC
  • Member 8884863693
    12 Mr. Manu YM
  • Research Scholar,CS
  • Member 8722296365
    13 Mr. Vivek Veeraiah
  • Research Scholar
  • Member 7022842650
    14 Mrs. Kavitha HM
  • Research Scholar, CS
  • Member 7760402529
    15 Mrs. Kavya BN
  • Asst Prof ,CV
  • Member 9964334895
  • INNOVATION COMMITTEE: The Innovation Committee is charged with helping to empower business education providers and their partners to move deeply, strategically, and successfully in pursuit of new opportunities that positively impact business and society.
  • VISION: Fusion of thoughts leading to innovation in engineering.
  • MISSION: To develop and expand innovative research programs that align well with institutional mission and strategic plan, address important national and global needs, and through technology transfer and commercialization noticeably support the economic development of the nation
  • MOTTO: Visualise Perfection Visualise Entrepreneurship.
  • AIM: The Start-up & Innovation cell was formed with an aim to create an integrated, college and university-based innovation ecosystem to support innovations and ideas of faculty members and young students and provide a conducive place and environment for optimum output of their thoughts and creative ideas.
  • OBJECTIVES:
  • • To provide platform to realize and believe in themselves.
  • • Develop better Cognitive ability for technology students.
  • • To empower students to become young entrepreneurs.
  • • To create an innovative environment for students to discover, develop, deploy and express their skills and talents.
  • • To motivate students to take part in Hackthons and prototype development, technical tutorials.
  • • To encourage students to carry out their hidden talents in various discipline of engineering
  • MAIN DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
  • • To conduct various innovation and entrepreneurship-related activities prescribed by Central MIC in time bound fashion.
  • • Identify and reward innovations and share success stories.
  • • Organize periodic workshops/ seminars/ interactions with entrepreneurs, investors, professionals and create a mentor pool for student innovators.
  • • Network with peers and national entrepreneurship development organizations.
  • • Create an Institution’s Innovation portal to highlight innovative projects carried out by institution’s faculty and students.
  • • Organize Hackathons, idea competition, mini-challenges etc. with the involvement of industries.
  • • To create conducive and supportive environment for faculty members and students to conduct research.
  • • To formulate and implement policy recommendations for the strategic development of research.
  • • To make proposals for allocation of funds for college research activities.
  • • To monitor operational goals within the context of the college research and research training management plans.
  • • To evaluate research proposals for research grants.
  • • To facilitate peer review of research works and enable their publications in reputed journals.
  • • To establish linkage with external organisations and Universities to conduct joint research projects.
  • • To provide consultancy services to schools, member colleges and other agencies.
  • • To apprise the faculty members and students of the latest developments in research.
  • Advise the college library to subscribe to the latest research publications.
  • • To ensure the maintenance of ethical standards of research in the college.
  • FORMATION OF COMMITTEE:
  • • Appoint a Chairman and a Vice Chair who will each serve a maximum of two consecutive terms of two years unless in exceptional circumstances and on the recommendation of the Council the Chairman or Vice Chair is elected for one further consecutive term of a maximum of two years.
  • • The Committee will not exceed 12 members in total, including co-options.
  • • Only members of the Committee have the right to attend Committee meetings. However, other individuals may be invited to attend for all or part of any meeting, as and when appropriate.
  • • Any Committee member may resign at any time by providing notice in writing or by electronic transmission to the Corporation’s Secretary.
  • • The Board shall appoint the chairman of the Committee, who may be an independent non-executive director. In the absence of the chairman of the Committee, the remaining members present shall elect one of their numbers to chair the meeting.

Students grievance redressal cell

Students grievance redressal cell

    Sl.No Name Position Contact Details
    01 Dr. Narendra B K
  • Principal
  • Chairperson 9880100556
    02 Dr. Ravikumar G.K
  • ProfessorHead & R&D
  • Member 9972094249
    03 Dr. Mahadevaiah T
  • Professor & Head, Dept. of CV
  • Member 9900250327
    04 Dr.Yuvaraja B K
  • Associate Professor, Basic Sciences
  • Member 9743859958
    05 Mrs. Prabhavathi K
  • Associate Professor, Dept. of ECE
  • Member 9019456669
    06 Mrs. Kavitha B C
  • Assistant Professor, Dept. of ECE
  • Member 9632422988
    07 Mrs. Ramya Rani H V
  • Assistant Professor, Dept. of ME
  • Member 9986347755
    08 Mr. Shankara S R
  • Assistant Professor, Basic Sciences
  • Member 8095380081
    09 Mr. Sunil R
  • Assistant Professor,Dept. of CV.
  • Member 9964228286
    10 Mr. Purushotham
  • Assistant Professor,Dept. of MBA
  • Member 9036938881
    11 Ms. Nischitha K M
  • Assistant Professor, Dept. of ME
  • Member 7406504526
    12 Mrs. Arpitha K
  • Assistant Professor,Dept. of CSE
  • Member 9880958203
    13 Mr. Siddharth B K
  • Assistant Professor, Dept. of CSE
  • Member 9620151272
    14 Mrs. Kavitha H M
  • Research Scholar
  • Member 7760402529
  • Students grievance redressal cell: The College has a student’s grievance committee the functions of the committee are to look into the complaints lodged by any student and judge it merit .the grievance committee is also empowered to look into matters of harassment. Complaints an academic and non- matters. The College has a Students' Grievance Redressal Committee. The functions of the Committee are to look into the complaints lodged by any student, and judge its merit. The Grievance Redressal Committee is also empowered to look into matters of harassment. Anyone with a genuine grievance may approach the Grievance Redressal Committee members in person. In case the person is unwilling to appear in self, grievances may be sent in writing. Grievances may also be sent through e-mail to the officer in-charge of Students' Grievance Redressal Committee or Principal.
  • Vision:
  • • To facilitate development of youth as nation-builders through higher education.
  • • To inculcate critical thinking among teachers and students.
  • • To install the principles of democratic values, tolerance, empathy, compassion and sensitivity so that students become responsible citizens.
  • • To provide affordable and quality education to students across sections of the society.
  • • To create individuals having knowledge alongside human values.
  • Mission:
  • • To adapt and grow with changing times and ideas of the new world.
  • • To train students to develop critical thinking using several pedagogical tools.
  • • Through institutional practice encourage students to follow law of the land.
  • • Using latest learning resources equip students with adequate knowledge to compete in the present employment setup.
  • • By adopting several formal and informal modes of communication sensitize the students towards Environment, Gender, Human Rights and Social Justice.
  • • To create an atmosphere of camaraderie and composite culture for effective integration of students coming from diverse regional and social backgrounds.
  • Aim:
  • • To formulate the policy to investigate and review complaints or grievances of students and faculties.
  • • To create awareness of availability of members for students and faculties to report grievances.
  • • To investigate the cause of grievances.
  • • To ensure effectual solution depending upon the gravity of thet o maintain a fair, unbiased and consistent system for redressal of various issues faced by the students.
  • • To ensure strict confidentiality so that students approach the Grievance Redressal Cell without the fear of any vindictive activity.
  • • To maintain a conducive atmosphere and relationship between the students and faculty without giving any chance to widen the gap between them that may arise because of certain simple misunderstandings.
  • • To ascertain that immediate suitable actions are taken by addressing the faculty or by requesting the management depending upon the nature of grievance.
  • OBJECTIVES:
  • The objective of the Grievance Redressal Commitee is to develop a responsive and accountable attitude among all the stakeholders in order to maintain a harmonious educational atmosphere in the institute.
  • A Grievance Redressal Committee has been constituted for the redressal of the problems reported by the Students of the College with the following objectives:
  • • Upholding the dignity of the College by ensuring strife free atmosphere in the College through promoting cordial Student-Student relationship and Student- teacher relationship etc.
  • • Encouraging the Students to express their grievances / problems freely and frankly, without any fear of being victimized.
  • • Suggestion / complaint Box have been installed in front of the Administrative Block in which the Students, who want to remain anonymous, put in writing their grievances and their suggestions for improving the Academics / Administration in the College.
  • • Advising Students of the College to respect the right and dignity of one another and show utmost restraint and patience whenever any occasion of rift arises.
  • • Advising All the Students to refrain from inciting Students against other Students, teachers and College administration
  • • Advising all staffs to be affectionate to the Students and not behave in a vindictive manner towards any of them for any reason.
  • • Ragging in any form is strictly prohibited in and outside the institution. Any violation of ragging and disciplinary rules should be urgently brought to the notice of the Principal.
  • MAIN DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
  • The Committee deals with Grievances received in writing from the students about any of the following matters:
  • • Academic Matters: Related to the timely issue of duplicate Mark-sheets, Transfer Certificates, Conduct Certificates or other examination related matters.
  • • Financial Matters: Related to dues and payments for various items from the library, hostels etc,
  • • Other Matters: Related to certain misgivings about conditions of sanitation, preparation of food, availability of transport etc,
  • • The complaints will be attended promptly on receipt of written grievances from the Students.
  • • The cell formally will review all cases and will act accordingly as per the Management policy.
  • • The cell will give a report to the authority about the cases attended to and the number of pending cases, if any, which require direction and guidance from the higher authorities.
  • The Grievance Redressal Committee shall not entertain the following issues:
  • • Decisions of the Executive Council, Academic Council, Board of studies and other Administrative or Academic Committees constituted by the University.
  • • Decisions with regard to award of scholarship, fee concessions, medals, etc.
  • • Decisions made by the University with regard to disciplinary matters and misconduct.
  • • Decisions of the University about admissions in any courses offered by the Institute.
  • • Decisions by competent authority on assessment and examination result.
  • FORMATION OF COMMITTEE:
  • • Appoint a Chairman and a Vice Chair who will each serve a maximum of two consecutive terms of two years unless in exceptional circumstances and on the recommendation of the Council the Chairman or Vice Chair is elected for one further consecutive term of a maximum of two years.
  • • The Committee will not exceed 12 members in total, including co-options.
  • • Only members of the Committee have the right to attend Committee meetings. However, other individuals may be invited to attend for all or part of any meeting, as and when appropriate.
  • • Any Committee member may resign at any time by providing notice in writing or by electronic transmission to the Corporation’s Secretary.
  • • The Board shall appoint the chairman of the Committee, who may be an independent non-executive director. In the absence of the chairman of the Committee, the remaining members present shall elect one of their numbers to chair the meeting.

Student Welfare committee

Student Welfare committee

    Sl.No Name Position Contact Details
    01 Dr. Narendra B K
  • Principal
  • Chairperson 9880100556
    02 Dr. Ravikumar G.K
  • ProfessorHead & R&D
  • Member 9972094249
    03 Dr. Mahadevaiah T
  • Professor & Head, Dept. of CV
  • Member 9900250327
    04 Mrs. Kavitha B C
  • Assistant Professor, Dept. of ECE
  • Member 9632422988
    05 Mrs. Tanuja
  • Assistant Professor, Dept. of CSE
  • Member 9731532000
    06 Mrs. Beena P
  • Assistant Professor, Dept. of MBA
  • Member 7349123474
    07 Mr. Krupesh K S
  • Assistant Professor, Dept. of ME
  • Member 9538025079
    08 Mr. Sunil R
  • Assistant Professor, Dept. of CV
  • Member 9964228286
    09 Mrs. Srividya C N
  • Assistant Professor, Dept. of ECE
  • Member 9019149178
    10 Mrs. Ramya Rani H.V
  • Assistant Professor, Dept. of ME
  • Member 9986347755
    11 Dr. B.K Yuvaraja
  • Associate Professor, BasicSciences
  • Member 9743859958
    12 Mr. Siddharth B K
  • Assistant Professor, Dept. of CSE
  • Member 9620151272
    13 Mrs. Kavitha H.M
  • Research Scholar
  • Member 7760402529
    14 Mr. Raghavendra M
  • Information Assistant
  • Member 7899594174
  • Student Welfare Committee: Student Welfare encompasses everything that a college community does to meet the personal and social needs of students and enhance the wellbeing. It involves recognizing valuing and developing each student as a total and unique person in the context of society. The Student Welfare Programme is the sum total of all of the policies, structures and activities which are planned and implemented by the college the promote student welfare.
  • Vision:
  • To have a dynamic caring centre, in the provision if Relevant, Physical and Social will being through organised services programmes and timely support students in Need.
  • Mission:
  • Is to facilitate the social leadership and personal well-being and to develop high moral values sound life skills among students.
  • Motto:
  • Providing Efficient, Amicable Quality and Integral support and care to students.
  • Theme:
  • “We care for your care”.
  • Aim:
  • • Through its student welfare programme, the college aims to help its students to develop.
  • • A sense of enjoyment and satisfaction from learning an ability to communicate effectively.
  • • A coherent set of values to guide behaviour.
  • • A sense of personal and social responsibility for their actions and decisions, a sense of personal dignity and worth.
  • • Self reliance and a sense of cultural identity.
  • • A feeling of belonging to the wider community a caring attitude towards others and
  • • An ability to form satisfying and stable relationship.
  • • A college, co-operating with parents, can work toward realizing these aims through programmes and support services in major areas.
  • • General measures to promote the personal development of students, preventative measures to ensure the safety and well-being of students.
  • • Remedial measures to overcome specific difficulties.
  • OBJECTIVES:
  • • To gain the satisfaction associated with challenge and achievements.
  • • To develop understanding and skills in communication and interpersonal relationships.
  • • Develop a realistic and comprehensive self-concept, enhance their self-esteem, and develop their interests and abilities.
  • • Develop their personal values within a framework of broadly accepted community values.
  • • Develop their personal skills in decision making.
  • • Understand their own feelings and behaviour and those of others.
  • • Positively value cultural differences.
  • • Be caring and supportive of others and
  • • Protect students from harm.
  • • To teach, advice, counsel students.
  • • Provide interesting and challenging learning programmes.
  • • Assist students towards full participation in college educational programmes.
  • MAIN DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
  • • To ensure all college activity is logged onto the behaviour system/communication log as required.
  • • To liaise with teaching and other support staff as necessary in carrying out tasks as directed by the Head of College.
  • • To liaise with external agencies as appropriate.
  • • To carry out investigations into behavioural incidents in the College as directed by the Director, Head of College, or a member of the Leadership Group.
  • • To liaise with individual teachers and support staff in relation to the behaviour and learning of individuals and groups of students in the College, as directed by the Director/Head of College.
  • • To assist in maintaining and implementing the school’s anti-bullying policy.
  • • To provide assistance in the Achievement Support Centre as necessary.
  • • To report any child protection concerns to the Head of College and Assistant Head Teacher responsible for child protection
  • FORMATION OF COMMITTEE
  • • Each university shall appoint an ombudsman for redressal of grievance of students under this regulation.
  • • The ombudsman shall be a person who as beedn a judge not below the rank of a district judge or a retired professor who has at least ten years experience as a professor.
  • • The ombudsman shall not, at the time of appointment during one year before such appointment,or in the course of his tenture as ombudsman.
  • • The ombudsman shall be a part time officer appointed for a peroid of three years or until he attains the age of seventy year,whichever is earlier from thr date he resume the office and may be reappointed for another one term in the same university.
  • • In case of colleges the vice chacellor of the affiliating univesity shall constitute a Grievance Redressal committee consisting of five members for an individual college or a group of colleges keeping in view the location of the colleges.
  • • A senior professor of the university- chairman.
  • • Three senior teachers drawn from the affiliatig colleges on rotation basis to be nominated by the vice chancellor-member.
  • • A student represnting the colleges where the grievance ha s occurred to be nominated based on academic merit, by the concerned college –special invitee.

Research committee

Research committee

    Sl.No Name Position Contact Details
    01 Dr. Narendra B K
  • Principal
  • Chairperson 9880100556
    02 Dr. Ravikumar G.K
  • ProfessorHead & R&D
  • Member 9972094249
    03 Dr. Mahadevaiah T
  • Professor & Head, Dept. of CV
  • Member 9900250327
    04 Dr.Hemaraju
  • AssociateProfessor, Dept. of ME
  • Member 9620417638
    05 Dr.Naveen B
  • Associate Professor, Dept. of ECE
  • Member 9845618066
    06 Mrs. Kavitha B C
  • Assistant Professor, Dept. of ECE
  • Member 9632422988
    07 Mrs. Ramya Rani H V
  • Assistant Professor, Dept. of ME
  • Member 9986347755
    08 Mr. Kiran N
  • Assistant Professor, Dept. of MBA
  • Member 8123849682
    09 Mr. Manu Y.M
  • Assistant Professor, Dept. of CSE
  • Member 8722296365
    10 Mr. Keerthi B L
  • Assistant Professor, Dept. of ME
  • Member 9964048942
    11 Dr. B.K Yuvaraja
  • Associate Professor, BasicSciences
  • Member 9743859958
    12 Dr Parashivamurthy H L
  • Assistant Professor, Basic Sciences.
  • Member 9900262656
    13 Mrs. Kavya B M
  • Assistant Professor,Dept. of CV.
  • Member 9964334895
    13 Mr. Mohan Kumar K S
  • Assistant Professor, Dept. of ECE
  • Member 8884863693
    13 Mrs. Kavya B M
  • Assistant Professor,Dept. of CV.
  • Member 9964334895
    13 Mr. Mohan Kumar K S
  • Assistant Professor, Dept. of ECE
  • Member 8884863693
    13 Mr. Mahalinge Gowda
  • Assistant Professor, Dept. of CV
  • Member 9980321947
    14 Mr. Siddharth B K
  • Assistant Professor, Dept. of CSE
  • Member 9620151272
    13 Mrs. Kavitha H M
  • Research Scholar
  • Member 7760402529
  • Research committee
  • Vision:
  • Staff Association strives to provide friendly environment & promotes social interaction among the Management and all the staff members.
  • Mission:
  • 1. To facilitate positive interaction between the Management and staffs of various departments of the Institute.
  • 2. To carry out talks on various topics for the benefit of staffs.
  • 3. To conduct an annual cultural event for the staff members and their family members.
  • Objectives:
  • To establish and carry on jointly with individuals or institutions, or its own volition, educational, physical, social, recreational, or other activities, for the benefit of the member.
  • Functions of The Staff Association Committee
  • • A student represnting the colleges where the grievance ha s occurred to be nominated based on academic merit, by the concerned college –special invitee.

Transportation Committee

Transportation Committee

    Sl.No Name Position Contact Details
    01 Dr. M B Anandaraju
  • Professor & Head,ECE
  • Chairperson 9886108095
    02 Mr. Ramesh J L
  • Office Superintendent
  • Transport Co-Ordinatorr 9945779241
    03 Dr.Naveen K B
  • Associate Prof, EC
  • Member Convener 9916444448
    04 Mr. Sunil R
  • Asst Prof ,CV
  • Member 9964228286
    05 Mrs. Nandini S
  • Asst Prof ,ECE
  • Member 9916738320
    06 Mr. Krupesh K S
  • Asst Prof ,ME
  • Member 9538025079
    07 Mrs. Sahana D Gowda
  • Asst Prof ,CSE
  • Member 9743045843
    08 Mrs. Beena P
  • Asst Prof ,MBA
  • Member 7349123474
    09 Ms. Mamatha Priyadarshini
  • Student,CV
  • Student Member 9448949147
    10 Ms. Deekshitha. A R
  • Student,ECE
  • Student Member 7022856664
  • Transportation Committee
  • Roles and Responsibilities:
  • To ensure convenience in travelling for its students and faculty, BGS Institute of Technology has constituted a Transport Committee. The bus service operates on all working days, at fixed timings.
  • .Establish and enforce transportation procedures, regulations and rules.
  • .Coordinate various bus routes regularly with the assistance of bus-in-charge.
  • .Supervise the daily transport operations and provide required instructions to the bus-incharges.
  • .Inspect the condition of the buses and report for necessary action on a consistent basis.
  • .Periodically checking the documents of the buses.
  • .Reporting to the assigned supervisors when require
  • .To allot seats for students and faculty in concerned routes and display of list of faculty and students.
  • .To take necessary steps for prevention of un-authorized boarders.
  • .Bus facilities are available from Bangalore and Mandya.

Anti-Ragging Committee

Anti-Ragging Committee

    Sl.No Name Position Contact Details
    01 Dr. mahadevaiah T
  • Prof.& Head CV
  • Chairperson 9900250327
    02 Dr. M.B Anandaraju
  • Prof.& Head ECE
  • Member 9886108095
    03 Dr. Manjunath.S.H
  • Prof.& Head ME
  • Member 9845566426
    04 Dr. Raghavendra B.K
  • Prof.& Head CSE
  • Member 9844553989
    05 Mrs. Shwetha H.N
  • Asst Prof ,Basic Sciences
  • Member 9740832519
    06 Mr. Siddharth B.K
  • Asst Prof ,CSE
  • Member 9620151272
    07 Mr. Simha DKLN
  • Asst Prof ,ECE
  • Member Convener 9740615471
    08 Mrs. Padmashree C
  • Student Member 8861310483
    09 Local Sub Inspector(Bellur)
  • Asst Prof ,ECE
  • Member 100
  • Anti-Ragging Committee
  • Any disorderly conduct whether by words spoken or written or by an act which has the effect of teasing, treating or handling with rudeness any other student, indulging in rowdy or undisciplined activities which causes or is likely to cause annoyance, hardship or psychological harm or to raise fear or apprehension thereof in a fresher or a junior student or asking the students to do any act or perform something which such student will not in the ordinary course and which has the effect of causing or generating a sense of shame or embarrassment so as to adversely affect the physique or psyche of a fresher or a junior student”.
  • Functions of the Anti-Ragging Committee:
  • 1. To monitor an undertaking in the prescribed format from the candidate concerned on anti- ragging at the time of admission.
  • 2. To address the students and parents by the head of the institutions on anti-ragging committee.
  • 3. To arrange to send letters to parents, guardians of the students at the end of the academic year for creation of awareness.
  • 4. To form monitoring cells (Anti-ragging squad’s faculties for surprise raids).
  • 5. To suggest measures to tighten the security.
  • Objectives:
  • 1. To aware the students of dehumanizing effect of ragging inherent in its perversity.
  • 2. To keep a continuous watch and vigil over ragging so as to prevent its occurrence and recurrence.
  • 3. To promptly and stringently deal with the incidents of ragging brought to our notice.
  • 4. To generate an atmosphere of discipline by sending a clear message that no act of ragging shall be tolerated and any act of ragging shall not go unnoticed and unpunished.
  • 5. Anti-Ragging Policy-Ragging is strictly banned in BGSIT.
  • 6. If anybody found indulging in such activities, strict action will be taken irrespective of the extent.
  • 7. To prevent ragging in the College and also take proper action against those whose are indulging into it.
  • 8. To root out ragging in all its forms from the institution by prohibiting it by law and preventing its occurrence by following the provisions of the Regulations of Supreme Court and UGC.
  • 9. Spell out suitable punishments to those found guilty
  • Responsibilities:
  • 1. To ensure compliance with the regulations as well as the provisions of any law currently in force concerning ragging and directions of the VTU.
  • 2. To monitor and oversee the performance of the Anti-Ragging Squad in prevention of ragging in the University.
  • 3. To publicize to all students and prevalent directives and the actions that can be taken against those indulging in ragging;
  • 4. To consider the complaints received from the students and conduct enquiry and submit report to the Anti- Ragging Committee along with punishment recommended for the offenders;
  • 5. Oversee the procedure of obtaining undertaking from the students in accordance with the provisions;
  • 6. Conduct workshops against ragging menace and orient the students;
  • 7. To provide students the information pertaining to contact address and telephone numbers of the person(s) identified to receive complaints/distresscalls;
  • 8. To offer services of counseling and create awareness to the students;
  • 9. To take all necessary measures for prevention of ragging inside the Campus/Hostels

Anti-Ragging Flying Squad:

Anti-Ragging Flying Squad:

    Sl.No Name Position Contact Details
    01 Mr. G.K Shankarlinge Gowda
  • Assoc Professor ,CV
  • Chairperson 9986714749
    02 Dr. Ranganath Swamy L
  • Assoc Professor ,CV
  • Member 9241343435
    03 Dr. Shivakumara Swamy K.N
  • Prof.& Head ME
  • Member 9845566426
    04 Dr. Naveen K B
  • Assoc Professor ,ECE
  • Member 9916444448
    05 Mr. Prasanna Kumar M.J
  • Asst Prof ,CSE
  • Member 8277429453
    06 Mr. Manu Y M
  • Asst Prof ,CSE
  • Member 8217398703
    07 Ms. Mamatha K
  • Asst Prof ,MBA
  • Member 9986330762
    08 Mrs. Priyanka H.D
  • Asst Prof ,Basic Sciences
  • Member 9113609783
    09 Mr. Ramesh J L
  • Office Superintendent
  • Member 9945779241
    10 Mr. M C Kumara
  • Physical Education Director
  • Member 9964921949
  • Responsibilities:
  • 1. To create the awareness about Anti Ragging act and punishments among the students and the appropriate law in force.
  • 2. To create the awareness about Ragging constitutes (AICTE/UGC Regulation as per the directive of the Supreme Court Ragging CLAUSE 3).
  • 3. To prohibit, prevent and eliminate the scourge of ragging including any conduct by any student or students whether by words spoken or written or by an act which has the effect of teasing, treating or handling with rudeness a fresher or any other student.
  • 4. To prohibit undisciplined activities by any student or students this causes or is likely to cause hardship or psychological harm or to raise fear in any fresher.

Internal Quality Assurance Cell(IQAC)

Internal Quality Assurance Cell(IQAC)

    Sl.No Name Position Contact Details
    01 Dr. B.K. Narendra
  • Principal
  • Chairperson 9880100556
    02 Dr. C.K Subbaraya
  • Registrar
  • Senior Administrative 9448480343
    03 Dr. D.V.L.N Prasad
  • Registrar
  • Senior Administrative Officer 9880323216
    04 Mr. B.K Umesha
  • Finance Officer ACU
  • Senior Administrative Officer 9845567500
    05 Dr Shivakumara Swamy K.N
  • Chief Librarian
  • Co-Ordinator 9482114199
    06 Mr.R.Gagankrishna
  • Assistant Professor, Dept. of CV
  • Member 9731914813
    07 Mr. H.S Mahendra
  • Associate Prof, ME
  • Member 9740387270
    08 Dr. Naveen B
  • Associate Prof, ECE
  • Member 9845618066
    09 Mrs. N.R Pallavi
  • Asst Prof ,CSE
  • Member 9535298361
    10 Mr. ParashivamurthyH.L
  • Asst Prof ,Basic Science
  • Member 9900262656
    11 Mr. N.R. Rohith
  • Asst Prof ,MBA
  • Member 9886882312
    12 Prof. A Ragunath Singh
  • Member from localsociety
    13 Ms. Bhavani A.U
  • Member from student 6360515897
    14 Mr. K Raghu
  • Member from alumni 8880007473
    15 Mr. Veerappaji
  • Member from employer 9049324240
    16 Mr. Govind Ramesh
  • Member from Industry 9845344463
  • Internal Quality Assurance Cell(IQAC)
  • Vision:
  • To ensure quality culture as the prime concern for the Higher Education Institutions through institutionalizing and internalizing all the initiatives taken with internal and external support.
  • Objectives:
  • 1. To develop a system for conscious, consistent and catalytic action to improve the academic and administrative performance of the institution.
  • 2. To promote measures for institutional functioning towards quality enhancement through internalization of quality culture and institutionalization of best practices.
  • Responsibilities:
  • 1. To ensure meeting of all laid objectives under Teaching-Learning Process via conducting a fair and unbiased Academic Audit.
  • 2. To train faculty members on contemporary pedagogical practices (via both generic and specific/need based means.
  • 3. To conduct sessions on enhancing teaching effectiveness in the departments/institute via organization of workshops, seminars and demonstrations.
  • 4. To inculcate more opportunities towards Active learning through students’ direct involvement in teaching-learning process.
  • 5. To raise benchmark of learning effectiveness through direct and indirect means of assessment (via suitable rubric development).
  • 6. To motivate and assist teaching team towards developing skill sets in technical, pedagogical and emotional intelligence spheres.
  • 7. To inculcate Healthy and Best practices in teaching-learning processes at institute level in the larger interests of teaching community, goodness for students and eventually institutional development.

Anti-Sexual Harassment committee/CICC

Anti-Sexual Harassment committee/CICC

    Sl.No Name Position Contact Details
    01 Prof. S.V Shashikala
  • Professor, Dept. of CSE
  • Chairperson 9742084146
    02 Mr. G.K Shankarlinge Gowda
  • Assoc Professor, Dept. of CV
  • Member 9986714749
    03 Mrs. Ramya Rani H.V
  • Assistant Professor, Dept. of ME
  • Member Convener 9986347755
    04 Mrs. Kavitha B C
  • Assistant Professor, Dept. of ECE
  • Member 9632422988
    05 Mrs. Manjula
  • Advocate
  • Member 9113254569
    06 Mr. R Lokesh
  • Office Superintendent
  • Member 9945331761
    07 Mrs. Anitha K
  • Office Assistant
  • Member 8711014118
    08 Mr. Nithin P
  • Student
  • Member 9980981367
    09 Ms. Bhavana A J
  • Student
  • Member 9535296634
    10 Mr. Siddarth B K
  • Research Scholar
  • Member 9620151272
    11 Ms. Nischitha S
  • Assistant Professor, Dept. of ECE
  • Member 9964742498
  • Anti-Sexual Harassment committee/CICC
  • Objectives:
  • 1. Prevent discrimination and sexual harassment, by promoting gender amity among students and employees;
  • 2. Make recommendations to the management for changes/elaborations in the Rules for students in the Prospectus and the Bye-Laws, to make them gender just and to lay down procedures for the prohibition, resolution, settlement and prosecution of acts of discrimination and sexual harassment, by the students and the employees;
  • 3. Deal with cases of discrimination and sexual harassment against women, in a time bound manner, aiming at ensuring support services to the victimized and termination of the harassment;
  • 4. Recommend appropriate punitive action against the guilty party to the Management.
  • Responsibilities:
  • • To develop the guidelines and norms for a policy against sexual harassment.
  • • To develop principles and procedures for combating sexual harassment.
  • • To work out details for the implementation of the policy.
  • • To provide an environment free off gender-based discrimination.
  • • Ensure equal access of all facilities and participation in activities of the college.
  • • To create a secure physical and social environment this will deter acts of sexual harassment.
  • • To promote a social and psychological environment that will raise awareness about sexual harassment in its various forms.

Hostel Committee

Hostel Committee

    Sl.No Name Position Contact Details
    01 Dr. Narendra B K
  • Principal
  • Chairperson 9880100556
    02 Dr. Mahadevaiah T
  • Assoc Professor, Dept. of CV
  • Member 9900250327
    03 Mr. Umesh B K
  • Finance Officer, ACU
  • Member 9845567500
    04 Mrs. D P Meenakshi Umesh
  • Invitee Member
  • Member 9740517001
    05 Dr. Manjunath S H
  • Professor & Head, Dept. of ME
  • Member 9845566426
    06 Mrs. Shwetha H N
  • Assistant Professor, Basic Sciences
  • Member 9740832519
    07 Mr. Lokesh R
  • Superintendent of Office
  • Member 9945331761
    08 Mr. Jagannath K R
  • Boys Hostel Supervisor
  • Member 9606309471
    09 Mrs. Divya C B
  • Office Assistant
  • Member 7899477612
    10 Ms. Padmashree C
  • Student Member
  • Member 8861310483
  • Hostel Committee
  • Vision:
  • To be a center of excellence in provision of student accommodation services.
  • Mission:
  • To provide clean, safe and comfortable accommodation effectively and efficiently to the students.
  • Objectives:
  • 1. To provide home away from home.
  • 2. Devote adequate time to their studies and research.
  • 3. Learn to live together and strengthen their relations with mutual cooperation and goodwill as they come from different parts of the country.
  • 4. Utilize different facilities available to them.
  • 5. Participate in different co-curricular activities and extracurricular activities.
  • 6. Maintain conducive atmosphere for study and interchange of thoughts and ideas.
  • Responsibilities:
  • • Acts as a bridge between the administration, caterers, hostel authorities on one side and the students on the other.
  • • Facilitates the grievance redressal of students and communicates the same to the concerned authorities.
  • • Keeps a check on the daily issues regarding the hostel infrastructure, the housekeeping issues, mess facilities etc.
  • • Ensures an enriching stay at the campus.
  • • Organizes fun-packed events and food carnivals.
  • • Coordinates with other clubs and committees for the successful conduct of various events.
  • • The president, hostel committee shall report to the Council of Wardens regarding the effective discharge of duties by the Hostel Committee.
  • • The hostel committee shall take active interest in general welfare of the students residing in the hostel and assist the Council of Wardens in maintaining the living standards.
  • • The hostel committee shall report to the Chairman, Council of Wardens on the services given by the hostel staff and contractors.
  • • The hostel committee shall assist the Council of Wardens in the timely allotment of the rooms, report any unauthorized use or misuse of hostel or guest rooms and bring to notice any untoward incidence occurring in the Hostel premises.
  • • The hostel committee shall supervise and ensure proper and limited use of electricity.

Canteen Committee

Canteen Committee

    Sl.No Name Position Contact Details
    01 Dr Anandaraju M B
  • Prof & Head,ECE
  • Chairperson 9886108095
    01 Dr Hemaraju
  • associate professor,ME
  • Member Secretory 9620417638
    01 Mr. Manoj Kumar K S
  • associate professor,ME
  • Member 8618710310
    01 Ms. Gomathi R
  • Asst Prof ,CV
  • Member 8792405140
    01 Ms. Shwetha K R
  • Asst Prof ,CSE
  • Member 9538720232
    01 Mr. Lokesh
  • Office Superintendent
  • Member 9945331761
  • Canteen Committee BGSIT has well established canteen in the campus. It forms the junction of the students from different streams / courses. It makes all edible items available to the students and faculty members as per their requirement. The environment of the canteen should clean and hygienic. The rates charged for various items of food are checked and approved by the college administration. Canteen is open on working days from 8.30am to 5.30pm.
  • A canteen committee is responsible for monitoring the operations of the canteen and implementing and reviewing the canteen policy. They may also be responsible for specific decisions as specified in the canteen policy, such as employing staff, authorizing major purchases or authorizing changes in the menu. A canteen committee is a proven way to give the canteen enough autonomy to operate as a business while maintaining strong connections with the institute
  • Some advantages of having a canteen committee are:
  • The workload of overseeing the canteen can be shared amongst a team.
  • It is a forum where different views and ideas from the organization can be considered without disrupting the day to day management of the canteen.
  • It separates the direction of the canteen from the management of the canteen, giving the organization more flexibility in how the canteen operates.
  • Vision:
  • To facilitate hygienic and nutritious food at reasonably priced merchandise and services essential to their comfort and well-being.
  • Mission:
  • The Committee monitors, at regular intervals, the quality and quantity of services provided by the canteen and works together with the canteen in charge to improve the services with regards to quality of the food provided, timing of canteen, prices of articles sold
  • Objectives of canteen committee:
  • 1. BGSIT plays a vital role in protecting & enhancing our environment for future generations. We can help to ensure this by minimizing wastage of energy and water usage and putting into practice the three R`s Reduce, Reuse and Recycle wherever possible.
  • 2. Ensuring maintenance of canteen standards & development of human resources by making use of customers' feedback as a source of improvement.
  • 3. Becoming actively involved within one community monitoring & recording one environmental progress always with the goal for future development.
  • Functions:
  • .The canteen committee reports to the sponsoring body.
  • .The canteen committee proposes major decisions on the operation of the canteen these include long and short-term goals policies employment and finance.
  • .The Canteen coordinator directs the canteen staff and volunteers on matters related to day to day management of the canteen.
  • .Plan, organize, control and evaluates the needs of the canteen.
  • .May employ and dismiss staff according to legislation.
  • .Ensure a healthy and safe working environment.
  • .Present a monthly and yearly report to the sponsoring body.
  • .Produce a canteen menu and price list.
  • .Monitor, and if required upgrade the condition of the canteen`s facilities and major equipment

Staff Association Committee

Staff Association Committee

    Sl.No Name Position Contact Details
    01 Dr. B.K. Narendra
  • Principal
  • President 9880100556
    02 Dr. B.K. Raghavendra
  • Prof & Head,CSE
  • Member Secretary 9844553989
    03 Dr. Shivakumaraswamy K N
  • Chief Librarian
  • Member 9482114199
    04 Mrs. Vidhya S G
  • Asst Prof ,ISE
  • Member 8867396204
    05 Mr. Mohan Kumar K S
  • Asst Prof ,ECE
  • Member 7899870709
    06 Mr. Pradeep H
  • Asst Prof ,ME
  • Member 9901299399
    07 Mr. Manjunath J K
  • Asst Prof ,CV
  • Member 9900250035
    08 Mr. Kiran S
  • Asst Prof ,MBA
  • Member 8123849682
    09 Mrs. Niveditha N M
  • Asst Prof ,CSE
  • Member 8861781381
    10 Mr. Jeevan M
  • Office Assistant
  • Member 7676151026
  • Staff Association Committee
  • Vision:
  • Staff Association strives to provide friendly environment & promotes social interaction among the Management and all the staff members.
  • Mission:
  • 1. To facilitate positive interaction between the Management and staffs of various departments of the Institute.
  • 2. To carry out talks on various topics for the benefit of staffs.
  • 3. To conduct an annual cultural event for the staff members and their family members.
  • Objectives:
  • To establish and carry on jointly with individuals or institutions, or its own volition, educational, physical, social, recreational, or other activities, for the benefit of the member.
  • Functions of The Staff Association Committee
  • .It strives to maintain a healthy relationship between the Management and Faculty besides fostering co-operation and good will among staff members.
  • .All the faculties of the college are members of the staff association with Principal as the president.
  • .Every academic year two staff secretaries are selected from the teaching staff.
  • .Meetings of the association serve as a platform for discussing various academic and nonacademic issues pertaining to the smooth functioning of the college.
  • .Promoting social interaction among all the staff members (teaching, non-teaching, administrative and library staff).
  • .To facilitate positive interaction between the staff of various departments of the college.
  • .To carry out talks on various topics for the benefit of staffs.
  • .To conduct an annual cultural event for the staff members and their families.
  • .Celebrating festivals, conducting family tour and get together, participating in family events; health care programs etc are some of the activities of the staff club.
  • .Staff club can also publish newsletter for circulation among the member.

Library committee

Library committee

    Sl.No Name Position Contact Details
    01 Dr. Narendra B K
  • Principal
  • Chairperson 9880100556
    02 Dr. Mahadevaiah T
  • Professor & Head, Dept of CV
  • Member 9900250327
    03 Dr. M B Anandaraju
  • Professor & Head, Dept. of ECE
  • Member 9886108095
    04 Dr. Raghavendra B.K
  • Professor & Head, Dept. of CSE
  • Member 9844553989
    05 Dr. Manjunath S.H
  • Professor & Head, Dept. of ME
  • Member 9845566426
    06 Dr. Yuvaraja B.K
  • Assoc Professor, Basic Sciences
  • Member 9743859958
    07 Mr. Rohith N.R
  • Assistant Professor, Dept. of MBA
  • Member 9886882312
    08 Dr. ShivakumaraswamyK.N
  • Chief Librarian
  • Member Convener 9482114199
    09 Mr. Yogaprakash M. J.
  • Assistant Professor, Dept. of ISE
  • Member 9845246497
    10 Mr. Gagan Krishna
  • Assistant Professor, Dept. of CV
  • Member 9731914813
    11 Mr. Hemanth C
  • Assistant Professor, Dept. of ME
  • Member 9611505495
    12 Mr. Balaji B S
  • Assistant Professor,Dept. of ECE
  • Member 7338147300
    13 Mrs. Kavyashree
  • Assistant Professor, Dept. of CSE
  • Member 7353178950
    14 Ms. Mamatha S
  • Assistant Professor, Dept. of MBA
  • Member 9986330762
  • Library committee
  • Vision:
  • Recommendations to ensure good governance and all-round development of the library. Library Advisory Committee shall be assigned advisory rather than administrative; its recommendations shall be subject to the approval of management.
  • Mission:
  • The mission of a Library Advisory Committee (LAC) is to advise the B G S Institute of Technology (BGSIT) Central Library on issues of local interest and concern for the benefit of the B G S Institute of Technology (BGSIT) Central Library. These issues may include, but are not limited to, policy matters, collections, services, and facilities. The LACs are the voice of the community operating on a grassroots level for each library branch or services section.
  • Responsibilities:
  • • To guide the Librarian in formulating general library policies and regulations which govern the functions of the library.
  • • To provide for proper documentation services and updating the Library collection.
  • • To work towards modernization and improvement of Library and documentation Services.
  • • To formulate policies and procedures for efficient use of Library resources.
  • • To review Library readership dept-wise
  • • To prepare budget and proposals for the development of the Library & etc.

Career Guidance cell

Career Guidance cell

    Sl.No Name Position Contact Details
    01 Dr. M B Anandaraju
  • Professor & Head, Dept. of ECE
  • Chairperson 9886108095
    02 Ms. Bharathi R
  • Assistant Professor, Dept. of ECE
  • Member Convener 8884107371
    03 Mr. Mohan Kumar K S
  • Assistant Professor, Dept. of ECE
  • Member 8884863693
    04 Mr. Sudeep Kumar
  • Assistant Professor, Dept. of ME
  • Member 9844611133
    05 Mr. Rohith N R
  • Assistant Professor, Dept. of MBA
  • Member 9886882312
    06 Mrs. Divya B M
  • Assistant Professor, Dept. of CSE
  • Member 8123924449
    07 Mr. Shivaprathap S K
  • Assistant Professor, Dept. of CV
  • Member 9916176163
  • Career Guidance cell
  • Vision:
  • 1. To help students to discover and achieve. 2. To enable students, develop their personality and strike an excellent balance between home and career.
  • Mission:
  • 1. To aim at overall grooming and personality development 2. To train students to meet challenges of latest technology and development. 3. To work towards improving the skills of individuals and various levels of job profiles.
  • Objectives:
  • The Career Guidance Cell has been catering to the needs of students with the following objectives:
  • • To conduct a survey among students on their career options.
  • • To organize programmes to create awareness about the importance of higher studies in India and Abroad.
  • • To organize diagnostic tests for the competitive exams such as CAT, GRE, GMAT and to counsel them for higher studies
  • • To conduct Orientation Programmes for fresher’s.
  • • To organize and offer various programmes on Personality Development, Soft Skills and Communication Skills.
  • • To organize Pre-Placement Training Programmes to enable students to showcase their skills during the Interview.
  • Responsibilities:
  • • To help students share knowledge about themselves by identifying skills, and interests.
  • • To provide information about further course prerequisites, financial aid, academic planning, entrance examinations etc.
  • • To promote career guidance & counselling through lectures by senior corporate executives and visiting professors.
  • • To organize seminars on interview skills, personality development, communication skills, leadership skills, resume writing, analytical skills, quantitative ability, verbal and reasoning skills essential to all competitive exams.

SC/ST and OBC Cell

SC/ST and OBC Cell

    Sl.No Name Position Contact Details
    01 Dr. B K Narendra
  • Principal
  • Chairperson 9880100556
    02 Mr. Manojkumar S B
  • Assistant Professor, Dept. of ECE
  • Member Convener 8618710310
    03 Mrs. Kavitha B C
  • Assistant Professor, Dept. of ECE
  • Member 9632422988
    04 Mr. Prasanna Kumar M J
  • Assistant Professor, Dept. of CSE
  • Member 8277429453
    05 Mr. Santhosh Kumar T C
  • Assistant Professor, Dept. of ME
  • Member 9964890230
    06 Mr. Devi Prasad
  • Assistant Professor, Dept. of CV
  • Member 9481761826
    07 Mr. Purushotham B N
  • Assistant Professor, Dept of MBA
  • Member 9036938881
    08 Mr. Gangadhar Gowda P. H
  • Assistant Professor, Basic Sciences
  • Member 9741928154
    09 Mr. Suresh P M
  • Office Superintendent
  • Member 9449666407
    10 Mr.MithanM.R
  • Student
  • Member 9845758236
    11 Mr. Nikhil T
  • Student
  • Member 9538247462
    12 Ms. Mamatha Priyadharshini
  • Student
  • Member 9448949147
  • SC/ST and OBC Cell
  • Vision:
  • Encouraging to the progressive works of SC/ST & OBC Students of BGSIT, through continually responding to the changing social realities through the development and application of knowledge, towards creating a people-centered and ecologically sustainable society that promotes and protects the dignity, equality, social justice and human rights for all.
  • Mission:
  • In pursuance of its vision, BGSIT organizes teaching, orientation, workshops and other supportive programmes to facilitate the development and competency among SC/ST & OBC Students to take up innovative research programmes to reach out to the larger community.
  • Objectives:
  • • To implement the reservation policy for SC/ST & OBC’s in the institute.
  • • To collect data regarding the implementation of policies in respect of admissions.
  • • To guide the SC-ST students of the institute to optimally utilize the benefits of the schemes offered by the state government, Government of India and UGC.
  • • To implement, monitor and evaluate continuously the reservation policy in the institution.
  • Responsibilities:
  • • Committee often meets the students and faculties belong to SC/ST communities, to understand their problem and take necessary action and/or render them necessary advice/help to resolve the matter.
  • • Creating awareness among the SC/ST students regarding the various Government and Non-Government scholarship schemes.
  • • Counseling the students to help them overcome inferiority complex related to interaction with fellow students and personal grooming, etc.

Youth Red Cross

Youth Red Cross

    Sl.No Name Position Contact Details
    01 Dr. B K Narendra
  • Principal
  • Chairperson 9880100556
    02 Dr. Ravi Kumar G K
  • Professor ,R&D Head
  • Member Secretary 9972094249
    03 Dr. Raghavendra B K
  • Professor & HOD, CSE
  • Member 9844553989
    04 Mrs. Shashikala S V
  • Professor, Dept. of CSE
  • Member 9742084146
    05 Mrs. Shwetha S N
  • Assistant Professor ,CSE
  • Member 9008879055
    06 Mrs. Hamsashree M K
  • Assistant Professor ,ECE
  • Member 7204867065
    07 Mr. Santoshkumar T C Member 9964890230
    08 Ms. Uma A
  • Assistant Professor , CV.
  • Member 7349268892
    09 Ms. Sneha N.J
  • Student
  • Member 8694016820
    10 Mr. Manoj L
  • Student
  • Member 6363197232
    11 Ms. Darshini S P
  • Student
  • Member 7348999772
    12 B L Gowda
  • Student
  • Member 8296657144
  • Youth Red Cross
  • Vision:
  • Our Vision is to provide opportunities to the youth – the future of the nation, to inculcate healthy living habits and to contribute their values to uplift our society.
  • Mission:
  • To inspire, encourage community service through training and education and initiate all forms of humanitarian activities at all times so that human sufferings can be minimized and even prevented and this contribute to create climate for peace.
  • Objectives:
  • • To inculcate Unity in the Youth of our country
  • • To create an awareness on the care of their own health and that of others
  • • To Understand and acceptance of civic responsibilities and acting accordingly with humanitarian concern, to fulfill the same
  • • To enable the growth and development of a spirit of service and sense of duty with dedication and devotion in the minds of youth
  • • To foster better friendly relationship with all without any discrimination.
  • Responsibilities:
  • • To inculcate Unity in the Youth of our country.
  • • To create an awareness on the care of their own health and that of others.
  • • To Understand and acceptance of civic responsibilities and acting accordingly with humanitarian concern, to fulfill the same.
  • • To enable the growth and development of a spirit of service and sense of duty with dedication and devotion in the minds of youth.
  • • To foster better friendly relationship with all without any discrimination

Gender Champions

Gender Champions

    Sl.No Name Position Contact Details
    01 Mr. Goutham V,
  • Assistant Professor, ECE
  • Nodal Teacher 9916736309
    02 Mrs. Nischitha K M,
  • Assistant Professor ,ME
  • Nodal Teacher 7406504526
    03 Mrs. Niveditha N M,
  • Assistant Professor ,CSE
  • Nodal Teacher 8861781381
    04 Mrs. Gomathi R
  • Assistant Professor, Civil Engg.
  • Member 8792405140
    05 Mr. Nithin P,
  • Student
  • Member 9980981367
    06 Ms. Priyanka P K
  • Student
  • Member
  • Gender Champions
  • Vision:
  • Gender Champions are envisaged as responsible leaders who will facilitate an enabling environment within their schools/colleges/academic institutions where girls are treated with dignity and respect. They will strengthen the potential of these young people to advocate for gender equality and monitor progress towards gender justice.
  • Mission: Leadership network that brings together female & male decision-makers determined to break down gender barriers and make gender equality a working reality in their spheres of influence.
  • Objective:
  • The broad mandate of a Gender Champion is to provide an integrated and interdisciplinary approach to understanding the social and cultural constructions of gender that shape the experiences of women and men in society. The aim is to make the young boys and girls gender sensitive and create positive social norms that value the girls and their rights.
  • Responsibilities:
  • • Provide overall guidance to the peer group in integrating /mainstreaming gender in all activities of the Institution in the form of focused group discussions, debates, poster competitions etc.
  • • Engage a variety of stakeholders from the school, college, civil society organizations, women’s groups and media in gender mainstreaming activities.
  • • Identify gaps in school/college’s activities vis-à-vis gender, and make recommendations on how to address these gaps, e.g., observe classrooms to detect bias in interactions.
  • • Promote Gender Champion Club in their educational institutions and undertake innovative activities, like creating a website or blog on gender equity and regularly writing an equity column on issues on, e.g. untold stories of extraordinary boys, girls and transgender who changed lives of women and girls, about enabling legislations, government schemes or about finding a new Gender Champion in his/her educational institution, or competitions to analyze greeting cards from gender perspective, organize film fest on gender equity etc.
  • • Organize awareness programs on various gender issues including legislations to influence behavior change. This could be facilitated through workshops, theme-based plays, films, painting competition, etc.
  • • Organize the school annual function or the college fest on theme of gender equality and women's empowerment and encourage students to sign up and express their support for gender justice and equality in attractively designed Gender Champion booths.
  • • Organize exposure visits to various public service institutions at the village, block, district and city level (public health centers, hospitals, post offices, banks, police stations, block office, SDM/DM office to facilitate knowledge about gender issues as they affect diverse populations. Popularize phone numbers of such services as police helpline, women

Continuing Education Cell

Continuing Education Cell

    Sl.No Name Position Contact Details
    01 Dr B.K. Narendra
  • Principal and Dean
  • Chairperson 9880100556
    02 Dr. Naveen B
  • Associate Professor , ECE
  • Member Secretary 9845618066
    03 Dr. Hemaraju
  • Associate Professor ,ME
  • Member 9620417638
    04 Mr. Kavya B M
  • Assistant Professor, Civil Engg.
  • Member 9964334895
    05 Mr. Manu Y M
  • Assistant Professor, CSE
  • Member 8722296365
    06 Mr. Rohith N R
  • Assistant Professor, Management Studies
  • Member 9886882312
    07 Ms. Nischitha S
  • Assistant Professor ,ECE
  • Member 9964742498
  • Continuing Education Cell
  • Vision:
  • To incumbents University, Research and Development (R&D) Laboratories, Industries by utilizing the resources of the institutes.
  • Mission:
  • The Centre is involved in organizing short term courses, MOU with Industry, FDP, conferences, seminars, symposium and workshops on a wide range of topics, utilizing the workforces and resources available in the institute with the assistance of concerned departments and sponsoring agencies.
  • Objectives:
  • The Centre of Continuing Education (CCE) has set objectives which focus on themes as follows:
  • 1.
  • Provision:
  • By offering various facilities for educational services in the institution with the help of university and other resources.
  • 2.
  • Excellence:
  • Establish a quality assurance to meet lifelong learning needs by offering high quality, accessible, innovative, training programs that underpins continuous improvement and cost effective delivery throughout the educational provision and services offered within the Centre.
  • 3.
  • Provider of Choice:
  • Establish a reputation for excellence in the provision of educational training so that CCE is regarded as the provider of choice for all educational training and professional development for strengthening Institution.
  • 4.
  • Society:
  • Develop quality community of educators where professional practitioners can meet and exchange experiences and current best practice for contributing to the society. Responsibilities
  • • The Centre for Continuing Education (CCE) coordinates the continuing education programmes of the Institute. CCE seeks to develop appropriate teaching norms and methods, providing the facilities for educational services, designing courses, organizing tests and examinations and issuing appropriate grading certificates to the participant in accordance with Institute norms, meant for the faculty in the Institutions.
  • • The Centre is involved in organizing short term courses, MOU with Industry, FDP, conferences, seminars, and workshops on a wide range of topics over the years, utilizing the workforces and resources available in the institute with the assistance of concerned departments and sponsoring agencies

Industry Interaction Cell

Industry Interaction Cell

    Sl.No Name Position Contact Details
    01 Dr. Manjunath.S.H
  • Professor & HOD,ME
  • Chairperson 9845566426
    02 Dr. Girisha. K.B
  • Professor ,ME
  • Member Secretary 9844658449
    03 Ms. Nischitha. S
  • Assistant Professor ,ECE
  • Member 9964742498
    04 Mr. Keerthi .B.L
  • Assistant Professor ,ME.
  • Member 9964048942
    05 Mrs. Gomathi .R
  • Assistant Professor ,Civil
  • Member 8792405140
    06 Mr. Siddarth .B.S
  • Assistant Professor ,CSE
  • Member 8050701516
  • Industry Interaction Cell
  • Vision:
  • To make BGSIT a hub for the exchange of the best talents from industry and academia
  • Mission:
  • 1. BGSIT to be a Centre of Excellence for Research & Consultancy in constant collaboration with industry
  • 2. To make our students employment ready by enhancing their skills in par with industry requirement.
  • Objectives:
  • The objective of the IIP Cell is to reduce the gap between industry expectations (practice) and academic offerings (theory) by direct involvement of industry to attain asymbiosis.
  • All the Stakeholders, namely: Institutions, Industry, Students and Society stand to gain as it can be a win-win partnership. The Institutions stand to gain by way of up to date curricula, source of revenue generation by consultancy and R & D, source of manpower for employment, societal relevance, and most importantly acquisition of brand name/equity; industry stands to gain by way of availability of employable manpower pool, and increased productivity; faculty stand to gain by way of exposure to latest industry practices for more effective teaching-learning processes, etc; students stand to gain by way of hands-on training, reduction of learning curve in industrial practices; and, society stands to gain by way of improved quality of goods and services.
  • Responsibilities:
  • • Arrange industrial training for students and identify student project work in Industries. To encourage Industry to collaborate in Industry Study Tour Programme (ISTP) and placement of students in Industries.
  • • Guest lectures by eminent personalities, academics, leading industrialists at regular intervals to update the student’s knowledge
  • • Signing MOU’s with industry and Institutes. Setting up of technology parks in collaboration with alumni and industry for cost effective opportunity for R&D leading to marketable products.
  • • Arrange short-term programmes for the benefit of Professionals in various technical disciplines

Societal activities

Societal activities

    Mr. Manu Y M
    Sl.No Name Position Contact Details
    01 Dr. Narendra B K
  • Principal ,BGSIT
  • Chairperson 9880100556
    02 Mr. Manu Y M
  • Assistant Professor ,CSE
  • Member Convener 8722296365
    03 Mr. Santhosh Kumar T S
  • Assistant Professor ,ME
  • Member9964890230
    04 Mr. Kiran N
  • Assistant Professor ,MBA.
  • Member 8123849682
    05 Mrs. Sheela K
  • Assistant Professor ,CSE
  • Member 8884639770
    06 Mr. Shivaprathap H K
  • Assistant Professor , CV.
  • Member 9916176163
    07 Ms. Mouna K M
  • Assistant Professor ,ECE
  • Member 7892056705
    08 Mrs. Rashmi S
  • Assistant Professor ,ECE
  • Member 9535211269
  • Societal activities
  • Vision:
  • This committee is the art of connecting ourselves to the souls in need, to feel their sorrows, to sense their emptiness.
  • Mission:
  • This committee urges to help the people in need and make the society a better place to live in.
  • OBJECTIVES:
  • 1. To inculcate and develop social sensitivity, moral values and professional ethics in BGSIT students along with their academic formation so as to show responsible behavior to the professional community and society at large and to grow as responsible citizens of high moral values, making valuable contributions to profession/community/society, thus realizing a major thrust in the Vision and Mission of the Institute.
  • 2. To generate awareness about the contemporary social and environmental issues in the context of sustainability and social responsibility.
  • 3. It focuses on sustainable development and charity work with the passion for volunteerism and inciting change.
  • 4. It should demonstrate competence and sustained commitment in carrying out community engagement and social responsibility fulfillment activities.
  • 5. It should have made distinct contribution to the development of knowledge in the field of social service, community engagement and inculcation of spirit of social responsibility in students.
  • Responsibilities:
  • • To inculcate and develop social sensitivity, moral values and professional ethics in BGSIT students along with their academic formation so as to show responsible behavior to the professional community and society at large and to grow as responsible citizens of high moral values, making valuable contributions to profession/community/society, thus realizing a major thrust in the Vision and Mission of the Institute.
  • • To generate awareness about the contemporary social and environmental issues in the context of sustainability and Social responsibility.
  • • It focuses on sustainable development and charity work with the passion for volunteerism and inciting change.
  • • It should demonstrate competence and sustained commitment in carrying out community engagement and social responsibility fulfillment activities.
  • Objectives:

Club List

Staff Club Committee

Staff Club Committee

    Sl.No Name Position Contact Details
    01 Dr. B.K. Narendra
  • Principal
  • Chairperson 9880100556
    02 Dr. Ravikumar GK
  • Prof.,R and D Head
  • Member Secretary 9972094249
    03 Dr. mahadevaiah T
  • Prof..& Head CV
  • Member 9900250327
    04 Mrs. Kavitha BC
  • Asst Prof EC
  • Member 9632422988
    05 Mr. Kiran
  • Asst Prof MBA
  • Member 812384968
    06 Mrs. Ramyarani HV
  • Asst Prof ME
  • Member 8095380081
    07 Dr.Naveen B
  • Associate Prof, EC
  • Member 9845618066
    08 Dr. Hemaraju
  • Associate Prof, ME
  • Member 9620417638
    09 Mr. keerthi BL
  • Asst Prof ,ME
  • Member 9964048942
    10 Dr. Parashivamurthy HL
  • Asst Prof ,Basic Science
  • Member 9900262656
    11 Mr. Mahendra HS
  • Asst Prof ,ME
  • Member 9740387270
    12 Mrs. Kavya BN
  • Asst Prof ,CV
  • Member 9964334895
    13 Mr. Mohan KS
  • Research Scholar, EC
  • Member 8884863693
    14 Mr. mahalingegowda
  • Asst Prof ,CV
  • Member 9980321947
    15 r. Siddartha BK
  • Research Scholar, CS
  • Member 9620151272
    16 Mrs. Kavitha HM
  • Research Scholar, CS
  • Member 7760402529
  • Staff Club Committee
  • Vision:
  • Staff club strives to provide friendly environment & promotes social interaction among all the staff members.
  • Mission:
  • •To facilitate positive interaction between the staffs of various departments of the Institute. •To carry out talks on various topics for the benefit of staffs. •To conduct an annual cultural event for the staff members and their family members.
  • OBJECTIVES:
  • To establish and carry on jointly with individuals or institutions, or its own volition, educational, physical, social, recreational, or other activities, for the benefit of the members.
  • Functions of the Staff Club:
  • •Promoting social interaction among all the staff members (teaching, non-teaching, administrative and library staff).
  • •To facilitate positive interaction between the staff of various departments of the college.
  • •To carry out talks on various topics for the benefit of staffs.
  • •To conduct an annual cultural events for the staff members and their families.
  • •Celebrating festivals, conducting family tour and get together, participating in family events; health care programs etc are some of the activities of the staff club.
  • •Staff club can also publish newsletter for circulation among the members.

Literature Club

Literature Club

    Sl.No Name Position Contact Details
    01 Dr. B.K. Narendra
  • Principal
  • Chairperson 9880100556
  • Literature Club
  • Vision:
  • Staff club strives to provide friendly environment & promotes social interaction among all the staff members.

Yoga Club

Yoga Club

    Sl.No Name Position Contact Details
    01 Mr. M.C Kumara
  • Director of Physical Education
  • Chairperson 9964921949
    02 Mr. Mahendra H.S
  • Asst.prof,ME
  • Member 9740387270
    03 Mr. Pramodh V
  • Dept. of ME
  • Member 8296653901
    04 Mr. Prashanth H T
  • V Sem, Dept. of ME
  • Member 9148522806
    05 Mr. Kamal Kumar K
  • V Sem, Dept. of ECE
  • Member 8050008497
    06 Mr. Manjunath
  • V Sem, Dept. of ME
  • Student Member 8970567753
    07 Ms. Ankitha Adigowda
  • V Sem, Dept. of ECE
  • Student Member 9108865500
    08 Ms. Pallavi M S
  • V Sem, Dept. of CV
  • Student Member 9611837042
    09 Ms. Manushree
  • V Sem, Dept. of ECE
  • Student Member 9113673632
    10 Ms. Priyanka M K
  • V Sem, Dept. of ECE
  • Student Member 8217857028
  • Yoga Club: Yoga is a path of spiritual enquiry directed to an objective understanding of life and living. Over the years, yoga has also evolved into a science of Health and Healing. Yoga club spreads awareness about yoga among students as well as staff members since yoga is all in one technique. The club conducts various yoga activities for students and staff members to develop their body and mind on conscious and sub-conscious levels. We actively work on yoga principles and try to find a ray of wisdom which brings-in real happiness and inner peace in our hearts.
  • Vision:
  • To provide yoga education to equip oneself with basic knowledge about one’s personality, to learn to handle oneself well in all life situations, to learn techniques of gaining good health, to develop a discriminative mind capable of knowing the real from the unreal and to face the dualities of life with equanimity. .
  • Mission:
  • . To create a safe, nurturing environment to share the wisdom of yoga, meditation, and wellness.
  • . To supports one another to live a more empowered, creative, healthy lifestyle.
  • . To explore their personal yoga practice and self-transformation in a comfortable, nonjudgmentalspace.
  • . To enable them to discover Yogic tenets in their own cultures.
  • Objectives of Yoga Club:
  • . To train young, intelligent and educated Students into basics of Yoga with all its pureand pristine form.
  • . To educate the students about benefits of Yoga.
  • . Students will develop a sense of well-being, and will increase their capacity of mental concentration, will find harmony between the mind and the body.
  • . To motivate students on how to gain good health and calmness.
  • Activities of Yoga Club:
  • .Celebration of World Yoga Day on 21st June.
  • .Motivate the students and staffs to do Yogasana and Pranayama for every day.
  • .Organize Seminar and workshop on ‘Memory Management by Yoga’.
  • .Organize Seminar and workshop on ‘Stress Management by Yoga’.
  • .Conduct Workshop on ‘Yoga for Weight Loss’.
  • .In the beginning of every academic year an awareness Programme was conducted to first year students.

Cultural Club

Cultural Club

    Sl.No Name Position Contact Details
    01 Mrs. Shashikala S. V
  • Prof, CSE
  • Chairperson 9742084146
    02 Mrs. Kavya B.M
  • Asst.prof,CV
  • Convener 9964334895
    03 Mrs. Shalini K J
  • Asst.prof,ECE
  • Co-Ordinator 9620666202
    04 Mrs. Arpitha K
  • Asst.prof,CSE
  • Co-Ordinator 9880958203
    05 Mrs. Shwetha H N
  • Asst.prof, Basic Sciences
  • Co-Ordinator 9740832519
    06 Mr. Anil Kumar K C
  • Asst.prof,MBA
  • Co-Ordinator 9743314668
    07 Mr. Sharath N
  • Asst.prof,ME
  • Co-Ordinator 9620089255
    08 Ms. Lakshmi D L
  • Asst.prof,ECE
  • Co-Ordinator 8746972017
    09 Mr. Chandrashekhar B V
  • V Sem,Dept.of CV
  • Student Member 9008993076
    10 Mr. Abhishek Gowda
  • V Sem,Dept.of CV
  • Student Member 9741205825
    11 Ms. Sowmya
  • III Sem,Dept.of CS
  • Student Member 9738123467
    12 Mr. Tarun P
  • III Sem,Dept.of CS
  • Student Member 6363109274
    13 Mr. B L Gowda
  • V Sem,Dept.of ME
  • Student Member 8296657144
    14 Mr. Dhamini K
  • III Sem,Dept.of ME
  • Student Member 8296657144
    15 Ms. Lekhana G
  • V Sem,Dept.of ECE
  • Student Member 6361473957
    16 Ms. Kavitha N L
  • III Sem,Dept.of ECE
  • Student Member 8296469591
    16 Ms. Chandana M
  • I Sem,Dept.of MBA
  • Student Member 9739459083
    16 Ms. Tulasi N P
  • I Sem,Dept.of MBA
  • Student Member 9449924680
  • CULTURAL CLUB:
  • The main objective of the club is to bring about a voluntary change in the students. For this purpose, the teachers and management provide facilities to achieve the desired changes or to make the suitable choices.
  • The objectives of the Cultural Club:
  • .There is abundance of cultural talent in the college premises and the Cultural club provides platform for those talents to flourish.
  • .Promote opportunities for everyone to experience culture, participate in educational programs and develop their creative abilities.
  • .Promote quality and artistic renewal.
  • .To help the students to know them self-better their interests, abilities, aptitudes and opportunities.
  • .To encourage and develop special abilities and right attitudes.
  • Responsibilities:
  • 1. The Cultural Club shall be responsible for all intra and inter collegiate cultural events in the College.
  • 2. To plan and schedule cultural events for the academic year. (Tentative dates to be
  • included in the academic calendar of the institute.)
  • 3. To prepare budget for all cultural events and take necessary steps for its approval.
  • 4. The Convener of the club shall conduct a meeting of the club to discuss and delegate task.
  • 5.Procedure to organize cultural events:
  • .To prepare the Annual Budget for various cultural event.
  • .To obtain formal permission from the College authorities to arrange program.
  • .To decide the date, time and agenda of the program.
  • .To inform members of staff and students about the event.
  • .To arrange the venue and logistics (audio/video system, dais, podium etc.)
  • .To invite the Chief Guest and other dignitaries.
  • .To arrange mementos for guests and gifts/certificates for the participants.
  • .The club shall display on the Notice Board information about festivals to be celebrate.
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