Principal's Message

It is with immense pride and enthusiasm that I extend my warmest greetings to all associated with Government Polytechnic Mirzapur, Uttar Pradesh. At Government Polytechnic Mirzapur, we firmly believe in the transformative power of education. Our institution stands as a bastion of knowledge, innovation, and excellence in diploma sector of technical education. We are committed to nurturing a learning environment that fosters creativity, critical thinking, and holistic development. Our focus remains steadfast on providing not just theoretical education but also practical skills that equip our students to excel in the ever-evolving professional landscape. We strive to cultivate a spirit of innovation and an entrepreneurial mindset among our students, preparing them to face the challenges and opportunities of the future confidently. Our dedicated faculty members, modern infrastructure, and comprehensive academic programs are all geared towards empowering our students to achieve their highest potential. We encourage collaborative learning, research, and industry-relevant projects to ensure that our diploma students emerge as competent professionals and responsible citizens. As we embark on this journey together, I urge each one of you to embrace the values of integrity, perseverance, and continuous learning. Let us work hand in hand to create a nurturing and inclusive environment where every individual can thrive and contribute meaningfully to society. I encourage you to take full advantage of the opportunities and resources available at Government Polytechnic Mirzapur. Together, let us strive for excellence, innovation, and positive societal impact. Wishing you all a fulfilling and successful academic year ahead!

“Let’s learn, explore and build a better tomorrow.”



About Us

Govt. Polytechnic Mirzapur

Government Polytechnic Mirzapur, established in 1964 by the Government of Uttar Pradesh, stands as a cornerstone of technical education in the region. Offering five three-year courses in Diploma Engineering Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering (Production), Electrical Engineering, Electronics Engineering, and Information Technology—it has been a pioneer in nurturing engineering talent for decades. In 2022, the institution introduced a cutting-edge one-year course in Post Graduate Diploma in "Data Science and Machine Learning," showcasing a commitment to contemporary and evolving fields. Situated conveniently on National Highway No. 7 (Rewa Road), merely 1 km away from Mirzapur Railway Station, the institution enjoys a strategic location accessible to students from various regions. The institution has a strong academic heritage having an envious track record of placement with major companies in India. A dynamic, industrious and prudent Principal, along with highly efficient and effective team of faculty members, leads the college. It is indeed a pleasure to admit that we have progressed rapidly to achieve the goal of imparting quality education to the students.


Our vision is to develop well rounded, confident and responsible individuals who aspire to achieve their full potential. We will do this by providing a welcoming, happy, safe, and supportive learning environment in which everyone is equal and all achievements are celebrated.


At the core of all we do is a focus on our students’ needs as we prepare them for their careers. Our educators are highly efficient who work side-by-side with our students in hands-on, innovative and creative learning environments.


The institute is affiliated from the Board of Technical Education, U.P., Lucknow and all running courses are approved by All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE).



Explore our comprehensive diploma programs that blend theoretical knowledge with practical applications. We offer diplomas in Engineering, ensuring our diplomas are well-prepared for the demands of the professional world.

Class Timing

10.00 A.M. to 5.00 P.M. (Daily Excluding Sunday & Other Holidays.)

Teaching method

Teching methodology includes class room teaching, Practical Lab Sessions, Field Exposure, Industrial Tour, Seminar, Project Work & Expert Lecture.

Sessional Exam & Assignment

Three Sessional Exams Each Semester & Five Assignments are given to students to test & develop skill of subject.

Attendance Requirement

80% attendance is must in all subjects (Attendance Through Biometric System).


Admissions are offered through a Joint Entrance Exam (JEE) conducted by Joint Entrance Examination Council Uttar Pradesh, Lucknow (JEECUP). For more details please check the link

Student's Fee Details

Sl. No. Details Ist Year IInd & IIIrd Year
1 Tuition Fee 8000 8000
2 PLA Etc. 2370 2170
3 Exam 840 840
4 Insurance Fees 96 0
5 Total Without Hostel 11306 11010
6 Hostel Fees 2300 2100
7 Total with Hostel 13606 13110


Explore our comprehensive diploma programs that blend theoretical knowledge with practical applications. We offer diplomas in Engineering, ensuring our diplomas are well-prepared for the demands of the professional world.
Sl.No. Branch Present Intake Admission Qualification
1 Civil Engg. 60 High School with Science & Math
2 Electrical Engg. 60
3 Mechanical Engg.(Production) 60 High School with Science & Math
4 Electronics Engg. 60
5 Information Technology 60 High School with Science & Math
6 Data Science and Machine Learning 75 Graduation or equivalent NSQF Level as prescribed by BTEUP


The academic buildings encompass several key structures that cater to different academic departments and administrative functions. Here's an overview of the mentioned buildings:

Main Buildings

The Main Building is often the central administrative hub of the institution. It may house administrative offices, the principal's office, reception areas, faculty rooms, conference rooms, and other administrative facilities essential for the smooth functioning of the institution.

New Institute Building:

This building might serve as an extension or a newer addition to the existing infrastructure. It could comprise additional classrooms, laboratories, seminar halls, or specialized facilities required for specific courses or departments.

STS Building:

The STS Building typically accommodates laboratories, classrooms, and facilities specifically dedicated to science and technology studies. It might house specialized laboratories for subjects like physics, chemistry, biology, and other related disciplines.

IT Building:

The IT Building usually houses facilities related to Information Technology, including computer labs, networking infrastructure, software development centers, and classrooms dedicated to IT-related courses such as computer science, programming, and data analysis.


The laboratory infrastructure is to be robust and comprehensive, covering various engineering disciplines and basic sciences. Here's a breakdown of the number of laboratories available for each department:

Civil Engineering: 4 Laboratories

These labs likely cater to different aspects of civil engineering, including materials testing, structural analysis, geotechnical engineering, and surveying.

Electrical Engineering: 4 Laboratories

These labs may cover topics such as electrical circuits, machines, power systems, and control systems, offering practical hands-on experience for electrical engineering students.

Mechanical Engineering (Production): 4 Laboratories

Laboratories in this department might include facilities for manufacturing processes, machine tools, metrology, and quality control related to production engineering.

Electronics Engineering: 2 Laboratories

These labs likely focus on electronics circuit design, digital electronics, microprocessors, and other aspects of electronics engineering.

Information Technology: 2 Laboratories

Laboratories for IT might include computer labs equipped with software, hardware, networking facilities, and resources for programming and software development.

Applied Sciences & Humanities: 3 Laboratories

These labs might cover subjects like physics, chemistry, and languages, offering practical sessions for fundamental scientific principles and experiments.


Having a dedicated Workshop Building with these specialized shops ensures that students receive practical training and exposure to a wide array of technical skills and trades. Here's a breakdown of the different shops that might be available:

Carpentry Shop:

Equipped with tools and machinery for woodworking, where students learn carpentry skills, wood shaping, and furniture making.

Machine Shop:

Facilities for students to learn about various machines, tools, and their operations, covering aspects of metalworking and machining.

Fitting Shop:

Focuses on precision fitting, assembly, and alignment of machine components, offering practical training in fitting techniques.

Foundry Shop:

Provides insights into casting processes, metal melting, molding, and foundry operations involved in shaping molten metals.

Sheet Metal & Smithy Shop:

Covers sheet metal work, metal shaping, and forging techniques, allowing students to work with metals to create various structures.

Welding Shop:

Facilities for learning welding techniques and processes involving different types of welding like arc welding, gas welding, etc.

Mason Shop:

Focuses on masonry work, teaching students about construction techniques involving bricks, stones, and concrete.

Electrical Shop:

Offers hands-on experience in electrical wiring, installation, and troubleshooting, providing practical insights into electrical systems.

Plumbing & Painting Shop:

Covers plumbing techniques, pipe fitting, and painting skills, imparting knowledge about plumbing systems and surface finishing.


The library is an integral part of the academic infrastructure, providing students and faculty with a rich repository of resources. The availability of 1700 distinct titles suggests a wide range of specific and unique resources within those 9400 books, offering students and faculty diverse options for research and study materials. Additionally, having a digital platform like E-Granthalay further enhances the accessibility and convenience of accessing these resources. Digital platforms often offer ease of searching, accessing, and referencing materials, enabling users to utilize the library's resources even outside its physical premises.

Seminar Hall/L.R.C.

Both the seminar hall and virtual classroom reflect the institution's commitment to providing diverse and technologically advanced learning environments. These spaces empower students with opportunities for interactive learning, collaboration, and the acquisition of knowledge in both physical and virtual realms.


Badminton Court, Table Tennis, Two Big Playgrounds are available


The hostel facilities are designed to accommodate students comfortably, ensuring a conducive living environment on campus.

Boys Hostel

Two separate boys' hostels are available.
The first hostel has a capacity of 60 students.
The second hostel has a capacity of 50 students.

Girls Hostel

Similarly, there are two separate girls' hostels.
The first girls' hostel can accommodate up to 60 students.
The second girls' hostel also has a capacity of 60 students.

Guest House

One No. (A.C.)



Staff Residences

In institute premises staff residences are available to accommodate various faculty members and administrative personnel.

Principal Residence:

An exclusive residence for the Principal of the institution

Type 4 Residences: 05 Nos.

These residences, categorized as Type 4, likely accommodate senior faculty or administrative staff. They might offer more spacious living quarters compared to other types.

Type 3 Residences: 07 Nos.

These residences, categorized as Type 3, could be allocated to faculty members or administrative staff based on their seniority or designation.

Type 2 Residences: 04 Nos.

Type 2 residences may cater to junior faculty members or staff members with specific designations.

Type 1 Residences: 05 Nos.

Type 1 residences might be for entry-level staff or other specific categories of employees.

Warden Residence

A designated residence for the Warden responsible for overseeing the hostel facilities.

Guest House

A guest house with air-conditioned accommodations, likely used to host visiting dignitaries, guest lecturers, or other official guests to the institution.

NCC Block


Our Faculty And Staff

1 Er. Lavkush Singh Principal -
2 Er. Ajay Kumar HOD Electrical Engg.
3 Er. Bijay Kumar Singh Lecturer Civil Engg.
4 Er. Lavakesh Kumar Pal Lecturer Mechanical Engg.
5 Er. Rang Bahadur Patel Lecturer Mathematics
6 Dr. Jaykesh Yadav Lecturer English
7 Er. Princy Pandey Lecturer Mechanical Engg.
8 Er. Savita Kumari Lecturer Civil Engg.
9 Er. Mukesh kumar Lecturer Electrical Engg.
10 Dr. Amrita Kumari Srivastava Lecturer Chemistry
11 Er. Brajesh Kumar Suman Lecturer Civil Engg.
12 Dr. Pavan Kumar Vishwakarma Lecturer Physics
13 Er. Keshav Singh Lecturer Electronics
14 Shri Awadhesh Kumar Singh Instructor Workshop
15 Shri.Dheeraj Kumar Srivastava Instructor Workshop
16 Mohammad Shahid Instructor Workshop
17 Major Ghanshyam Singh Instructor Workshop
18 Mrs. Sunita Kumari Chaudhary Instructor Workshop
19 Shri Ashwani Kumar Instructor Workshop
20 Shri Arvind Kumar Tripathi Instructor Workshop
21 Shri Awadhesh Kumar Singh Instructor Workshop
22 Shri. Vijay Prakash Singh Instructor Workshop
23 Shri. Ravi Prakash Shukla Instructor Workshop
24 Shri. Santosh Kumar Instructor Workshop
25 Shri. Bharat Ram Yadav Technician Workshop
26 Smt. Nargis Bano Rizvi Head Assistant Admin
27 Smt. Rana Farooqui Senior Assistant Admin
28 Shri. Dinesh Kumar Junior Assistant Admin
29 Shri. Suneet Kumar Dwivedi Accountant Admin
30 Shri Dharmveer Kumar Gond Junior Assistant Admin
31 Shri Ashish Kumar Singh Junior Assistant Admin
32 Shri Dharmesh Prakash Junior Assistant Admin
33 Shri Santosh Kumar Junior Assistant Admin
34 Shri Avinash Kumar Yadav Junior Assistant Admin
35 Ashif Ali Junior Assistant Admin
36 Shri. Bhola Nath Lab Attendant Admin
37 Smt. Indrawati Devi Lab Attendant Admin
38 Shri. Rajendra Kumar Sweeper Admin
39 Shri. Kishan Sweeper Admin


We maintain strong ties with industry leaders, facilitating internships, industrial visits, and collaborative projects that provide our students with real-world experiences. Our dedicated placement cell works tirelessly to secure promising career opportunities for our diplomas in reputable organizations.

Package Details

Sr. List of Companies Packages
1 LARSEN & TOUBRO LTD. (L&T) 250000
4 HINDALCO 200000
5 TATA MOTORS 120000
8 SOFTPRO PVT. LTD. 100000
9 SUBROS LTD. 150000
11 SIMPLEX 150000
12 MPBL 120000
15 ERA INFRA LTD. 170000

The Community Development Through Polytechnic (CDTP)

The Community Development Through Polytechnic (CDTP) scheme is an initiative under the Ministry of Education, Government of India. The scheme operates through various polytechnic institutions across the country. The CDTP scheme aims to bridge the gap between technical institutions and the community, utilizing the technical knowledge and resources available at these polytechnic colleges for the upliftment of society.


Sl No. Course Name No. Of Trainee Course Duration
1 Electrician 30 Six Months
2 Fabrication (Arc Welding) 30 Six Months
3 Carpentry & Furniture Making 30 Six Months
4 Jewelry Making 30 Six Months
5 Plumbing and Sanitary Work 30 Six Months
6 Computer Application & Programming 30 Six Months
7 Garment & Dress Making 30 Six Months
8 Faison Design & Embroidery 30 Six Months
9 House Wiring 30 Six Months
10 Computer Data Entry 30 Six Months
11 Cutting & Tailoring 30 Six Months

Alumini Association

Our objective is to establish good interaction between current and ex-students. This will help them to exchange relevant information of mutual interest like projects, workshops, seminars, research, training, job opportunities, technical and personal interaction. One of our main purposes is to guide our students in their future endeavors and more importantly create a favorable atmosphere.
Alumni Form


Committees play crucial roles in decision-making, policy formulation, and addressing various aspects related to education, administration, student welfare, research, and more. These committees are formed with specific objectives and responsibilities, each focusing on different areas to ensure the smooth functioning of the institution.

Grievance Committee:

If anyone expresses dissatisfaction about an action or lack of action, about the standard of service/deficiency of service of the institute and the complainant asks for remedial action.

Our Grievance Cell Committee:

Shri. Ajay Kumar(H.O.D. Electrical Engg.) President
Er. Bijay Kumar Singh (Lecturer Civil Engg.) Member
Er. Lavakesh Kumar Pal (Lecturer Mechanical Engg.) Member
Shri Dheeraj Kumar Srivastava(Worshop Instructor) Member

AICTE Grievance Redressal Committee (GRC):

The AICTE Grievance Redressal Committee typically serves the purpose of handling and resolving various types of complaints or grievances related to technical education institutions that fall under the purview of AICTE. These grievances could include issues related to admission procedures, academic matters, fee-related issues, misconduct or harassment and any other relevant grievances.

Our Grievance Cell Committee:

Er.Lavkush Singh (Principal) President
Er. Ajay Kumar (HOD Electrical Engg.) Member
Representative from Directorate (DTE, Kanpur) Member
Er. Bijay Kumar Singh (Lecturer Civil Engg.) Member

Grievance Form:


(Max up to 2000 words)

(Only pdf / doc / xls / png / jpg files allowed)


Student Welfare

Student welfare schemes are initiatives to support and enhance the well-being of students. These schemes often aim to address various aspects of student life, including educational needs, financial support, mental health, and overall personal development.

Providing financial assistance to students in the form of scholarships as per government policy.


Offering affordable and safe housing options for students, especially for those from marginalized backgrounds or distant areas.

Boys Hostel:

Two Nos. With capacity 60 &50 each

Girls Hostel:

Two Nos. With capacity 60 & 60 each

Career Guidance and Placement Services:

Offering career counseling, job placement assistance, and internships to help students transition smoothly from education to employment. Details are under industry interface and placements section.


National Cadet Corps, is a youth development movement in India aimed at fostering leadership, discipline, and a spirit of service among young citizens. PL of 1/101 UP BN NCC Company serve this purpose in the campus.


Contact Us


Government Polytechnic
sheetla mandir, Bathua,
Riwa Rd, Mirzapur,
Uttar Pradesh 231001

Call Us

(05442) 297503

Email Us

Open Hours

Monday - Saturday
9:00AM - 05:00PM

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