Approved by AICTE (Govt. of India) & Affiliated to State Board of Technical Education, Haryana

From Director's Desk

In view of the rapid industrial growth, Polytechnics have to redifine themselev and should come with shoulder to shoulder with each other and stand shoulder to shoulder with the industry. We must keep a lap with the industrial growth and a close interaction with the industry to develop status thereby assuming the role of instructor to the industry to develop human resources which is compatible to today's world growing needs.Gone are the days of chalk and dust. We show technology and ask students to make it suitable to growing needs of human kinds. We show technology and teach to work with own hands. Such a work culture has to be developed. Labs and Workshops have to be research oriented. We need to perform things in labs, instead of doing spoon feeding. No sample working but a complete work culture is the need of the day. A level needs to be attained where people from all over the world should look at us as an image building factor.This should and aught to be our goal as a Polytechnic to bring it to a status of an "Academy". Today we cannot afford to be stand alone in this system.

Mr. Darshan Arora (MD)

Gyan Ganga Polytechnic, Kurukshetra.