About Us

K. L. E. Institute of Technology, Hubballi was established during the academic year 2008- 2009 by the prestigious K. L. E. Society, Belagavi. It is one of the best evolving engineering colleges of North Karnataka, offering 6 UG and 2 PG courses (MCA & M.Tech) currently, and is located opposite the Hubballi Airport. The KLE Institute of Technology, Hubballi, is affiliated to Visvesvaraya Technological University (VTU), Belagavi and recognised by AICTE, New Delhi.
Computer Science and Engineering, Electronics and Communication Engineering, Information Science & Engineering and Mechanical Engineering departments are accredited by NBA.

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KLE SOCIETY

In 1916, Karnataka Lingayat Education(K. L. E.) Society was founded by the Seven Founder Life Members, who are also addressed as "Saptarishis"[Seven Saints].The founders of K.L.E.S pledged to dedicate for the cause of education with noble ideals and fertile imagination in heart & established Karnatak Lingayat Education Society. They are also addressed as “Saptarishis” [Seven Saints] in honour of their unparalleled service in the field of education.
The saga begins with its illustrious founders. Sri. Chachadi Veerabhadrappa Gunappa Desai, ruler of chachadi province, Sri. Artal Rudragouda, District Deputy Collector in the British Government and Sri. Vaijappa Anigol, RaoBahadur during the British Rule, who all collectively believed in providing education for the common man. Their efforts were ably supplemented by the seven visionaries- Sri. S. S. Basavanal, Sri. M. R. Sakhare, Sri. B. B. Mamadapur, Sri. H. F. Kattimani, Sri. Panditappa Chikkodi, Sri. B. S. Hanchinal and Sri. Sardar Veeranagouda Patil, with the collective contribution from renowned philanthropists of the region, such as Sri. Sirsangi Lingaraj, Sri. Raja Lakhamagouda Sardesai and Sri. Bhoomaraddi Basappa and help from other philosophers, intellectuals and educationists, the society began laying a strong educational foundation, with its base at Belgaum, Karnataka.
Today under the leadership of Mr. Prabhakar Kore an able and dynamic team leader KLE Society runs 207 institutions.

Dr. Prabakar Kore

Chairman's Message

Agriculture and Education are the two key areas, which will define the future of our country. It is imperative that modern farming methods be employed to ensure food security of not only the farming community but the nation itself. Education is the foundation upon which we build tomorrow and our focus must be to build diversity and excellence into the educational system such that every challenge ahead is met with confidence.
We believe that education empowers the individual and benefits the entire community. We have a vision of high quality lifelong learning, accessible to all. We will put the learner at the heart of every thing we do, raise expectations and work together with mutual respect for education is our future.

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NBA Accredited

All the UG PRogrammes (Computer Science and Engineering, Electronics and Communication Engineering and Information Science and Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical & and Electronics Engineering, Civil Engineering) are accredited by NBA for Three years..

Principal's Message

As India has the potential to be a global technology leader, as evident from the preferred choices for engineering education in students’ community. The competitiveness to be one amongst top institutions is intense, warranting engineering institutions to adhere to quality standards. The state-of-the-art infrastructure and qualified faculty make the difference for an institution. One such difference is brought by K.L.E Society, Belagavi under the able leadership of the great visionary Sri Prabhakar Kore. Envisaging the demand for engineering education, the K.L.E. society started another engineering college, K.L.E. Institute of Technology, in Hubballi during the academic year 2008.
The college is affiliated to Visvesvaraya Technological University, Belagavi and approved by All India Council for Technical Education, New Delhi. The motto behind establishment of this institution is to impart quality engineering education to the competitive world. We promise the academic ambience coupled with personality development so as to prepare the students both for the industry and scoicety. We care the students beyond academics and faculty beyond classrooms. On behalf of management and colleagues, I appeal to the students’ community to avail this opportunity and get benefited. I wish the students a comfortable stay on the campus and colorful future.

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ISO 9001:2015 Certified Organization

To enhance the global value of our certificates, the institute has been certified with ISO 9001 : 2015 by Bureau Veritas Certification Holding SAS - UK Branch.

Vision

One amongst top five percent of engineering colleges in Karnataka state by providing conducive teaching-learning environment, enabling transformation of young minds into competent engineers responsive to societal needs and values.

Mission

  • Modernizing infrastructure from time-to-time, encouraging faculty and supporting staff to upgrade their knowledge aligning to technological trends.

  • Fostering research initiatives in students and faculty leading to product-development in collaboration with industry and research institutions.

  • Providing Pedagogical inputs for coherent interactions amongst students and faculty in disseminating necessary technological skills and practical knowledge.

  • Nurturing and reinforcing intellect and creativity in curricular, co-curricular and extra-curricular activities.

  • Practicing human values, team spirit and professional ethics for progressive well being of the society.

Program outcomes (POs): Engineering Graduates will be able to:

  • PO1. Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.

  • PO2. Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.

  • PO3. Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.

  • PO4. Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.

  • PO5. Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.

  • PO6. The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.

  • PO7. Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.

  • PO8. Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.

  • PO9. Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.

  • PO10. Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.

  • PO11. Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.

  • PO12. Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

Why you should choose
KLE Institute of Technology ?

One amongst top engineering colleges in North Karnataka recognized globally, providing conducive teaching-learning environment, enabling transformation of young minds into competent engineers responsive to societal needs and values.

Highly Qualified Faculty
Enrolled Students
UG Programs
PG Programs

Academics

Admission

Admission open for the BE courses under Management Quota. Admission through Karnataka Examination Authority (formarly called as CET): This quota is available only for Karnataka Candidates.
For details please log on to Website: KEA Board. during the month of Jan - April.

  • Fees Structure for Management Seats for the Academic Year 2019- 2020.
  • Branch Intake Tution Fees College Fees Total Fees
    G C M T
    Civil 27 18 15 60 1,43,750 19,500 1,63,250
    CSE 54 36 30 120 1,60,000 19,500 1,79,500
    ECE 54  36 30  120  1,43,750 19,500  1,63,250 
    EEE  45  --  15  60 1,43,750  19,500  1,63,250 
    Mech. 54 36  30 120  1,43,750 19,500   1,63,250
    Total  234  126  120 480      

    G: Governament, C: ComedK, M: Management, T: Total

    COMEDK Tution fees across all the branches is Rs. 1,43,748/-

    CET Tution fees across all the branches is Rs. 65,340/-

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  • CET Tution Fees across all the branches
    Rs: 65,340/- per year
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  • COMED-K tution fees across all branches
    Rs: 1,43,748/- per year
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  • Master of Computer Applications
    Rs. --- per year
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Faculty Achievements

DR. SHWETA JAGADISH MALODE

Assistant Professor, Department of Chemistry

.

Ms. Medha Kudari

Ms. Medha Kudari

M.Sc, M.Phil, Ph.D, NET, KSET,Asst. Professor

Awarded the Ph.D. degree in Computer Science for the thesis titled "Design of Invariant Textural Features for Digital Image Analysis" under the guidance of Dr. Shivashankar S., Dept of Computer Science, Karnatak University, Dharwad.

Students Achievements

Miss. Vani S. Indrali

of 3rd Sem. CSE Dept.

Second time Visvesvaraya Technological University Blue in Chess (Women) in South Zone Inter University 2017 held at Saveetha University, Chennai from 1st to 4th November 2017.

Miss. Shreya A. Bengeri

of 5th Sem. ECE dept.

Representing for the First time Visvesvaraya Technological University, Belagavi University Blue in Netball (Women) in All India Inter University 2018 to be held at Mangalore University, Mangalore from 24th to 27th February 2018

Miss. Apoorva C.

of 3rd Sem. Mechanical Engineering

Miss. Apoorva C. of 3rd Sem. Mechanical Engineering, University Blue in Table Tennis (Women) in South Zone Inter University 2017 held at SRM University, Chennai 2017.

Miss. Aishwarya V. Hattiholi

of 7th Sem. ECE Dept.

Belagavi University Blue in Shooting (Women) in All India Inter University 2017 held at GNDU, Amritsar from 10th to 14th November 2017.

Miss. Varsha C. C.

of 5th Sem. CSE Dept.

University Blue in Cricket (Women) in South Zone Inter University 2017 held at Bangalore University, Bangalore from 2nd to 7th November 2017.

Mr. Evans Mirajkar

of 7th Sem. Mechanical Engineering

University Blue in Lawn Tennis in South Zone Inter University 2017 held at SRM University Chennai.

Mr. Abhijeet A. Saralaya

of 3rd Sem. ECE Dept.

Second time University Blue in Table Tennis (Men) in South Zone Inter University 2017 to be held at Amrita University, Coimbatore from 4th to 6th October 2017.

Miss. Padmashri S. Kakkalaki

of 5th Sem. EEE Dept.

University Blue in Football (Women) in South Zone Inter University 2017 held at Annamalai University, Chidambaram, (TN) from 23rd October to 1st November 2017.

Miss. Preeti G. Parandimath

of 7th Sem. ISE Dept.

First time University Blue in Volleyball (Women) in South Zone Inter University 2017 held at Kannur University, Kerala from 20th to 25th October 2017.

Statutarie Bodies

  • Various Committee Heads
  • Sl. No.

    Position

    Designated Faculty

    1

    Staff co-ordinator

    Mr. Naveen Sapare

    2

    Gymkhana chairman

    Dr.T. Yerriswamy

    3

    Cultural Coordinator

    Mr.Kiran Malagi

    4

    Faculty feedback coordinator

    Dept of ECE

    5

    First Year Chief coordinator

    Dr. R. L Itagi

    6

    Discipline committee Chairman

    Mr.Shivaprakash M.V.

    7

    Anti-Ragging squad

    Mr.Shabarish V.Patil

    8

    Women’s welfare committee (Anti Sexual Harassment Committee)

    Mrs.Bhuvaneshwari  H.

    9

    SC/ST welfare committee

    Mrs. Deepa Garag

    10

    Students’ Grievance cell

    Mr. M. Huddedmani

    11

    Canteen committee

    Mr.Mahantesh Sajjan

    12

    VTU Exam coordinator

    Mrs.Karuna Gull

    13

    Advitya 2019 coordinator

    Dr. R. L. Itagi

    14

    Library committee

    Mr. M. Huddedmani

    15

    Transport  Committee

    Mr.Sandeep C. D.

    16

    Youth Red cross wing

    Mr. Ravi Hosmani

    17

    N S S Coordinator

    Mr.Sujay K.

    18

    NBA Coordinator

    Mr.Kiran Malagi

    19

    ISO coordinator

    Mrs.Deepa Garag

    20

    Website coordinator

    Mr. Punit Totad

    21

    AICTE & VTU affiliation coordinator

    Dr. Nagraj Shetti

    22

    Admission coordinator

    Dr. S. N. Mathad

    23

    Research coordinator

    Dr. P.S. Patil

    24

    IA First year coordinating

    Dept of Mathematics

    25

    IA Higher sem coordinating

    Dept of Computer Science

    26

    Student benefit fund coordinator

    Mr.Prasanna Bammigatti

    27

    RC Centre coordinator

    Mr.Vishwas Patil

    28

    Alumni coordinator

    Mr. Bill  Edward Bright

    29

    Online / Offline exam coordinator

    Mr.Vishwanath S.Kamatar

    30

    NPTEL coordinator

    Dr. S.C. Sajjan

    31

    Contineo coordination

    Dept of EEE

    32

    Information Services coordinator

    Mr.Balachandra C.

    33

    Chief Editor, College Magazine

    Ms. Gloria J.A.

    34

    Entrepreneurship Cell

    Dr.NagrajShetti

    35

    Industry-Institute Interaction Cell

    Mr.PrasannaBammigatti

    36

    KLEIT News Bulletin

    Dept of Civil

    37

    KLEIT Madhyama

    Mr.Kotresh B.K.

     

Facilities

KLE Institute of Technology is having a good infrastructure with good acaustic and ventilated class rooms and Seminar halls.

  • Library Front View
    Library and Information Center
  • Library is centrally located in the campus housed in independent building having a plinth area of over 757.19 Sq mtrs, having total seating capacity of 250 students at a time. The Library has over 16,915 volumes which are updated regularly by way of adding new collections in diverse formats in the form of text books, reference books, reports, data books, standards Journals, Audio Visual resources, CDs, and Project reports.

    Library is automated by using BOOKNEST-Library management software. It is a multi-user package for effective management of a library from all aspects. Online catalogue of the library and the e-resources can be accessed on the campus network. The library subscribes e-journals from IEL, Springer Link, Taylor and Francis, Science Direct and ProQuest. & IS Standards.

    Guidance and assistance is available from any member of Library staff. More Information about how we can help you make best use of our resources can be found in the using the Library section of our pages. We hope you find these pages useful and informative.

  • Library Interior

    Our Team

    NAME

    Qualification

    Designation

    Mrutunjay.B pujar

    MLISc, (PhD)

    Asst. Librarian

    M K Kamble

    MLISc

    Library Asst.

    Ningangouda Patil

    MLISc

    Library Asst.

    Prashant A N

    CLIb

    Library Asst.

    Chetan

    SSLC

    Attender.

    Renuka g

    4 th class

    Attender.

    Dyamakka V


    Attender

    Library Racks

    Collections

    Number of Volumes in the Library

    16,915

    Number Of Distinct Titles

    2,943

    MCA BOOKS

    946

    M. Tech BOOKS

    189

    BOOK BANK BOOKS

    704

    SC BOOKS

    260

    DONATED BOOKS

    456

    Number Of E-Journals

    17,200

    Number Of CD’s

    990

    NUMBER OF MAGAZINES

    13

    NUMBER OF NEWS PAPERS

    13

  • Library hours

    Monday to Friday: 8:30AM TO 5:30PM

    Saturday 8:30AM to 4:30PM

    Searching software used: BOOKNEST

    Rules and Regulations

    • He/ She should bring bring Identity Card
    • Top priority is given to Discipline
    • Eatable are strictly prohibited in library
    • Maintain cleanliness in the library premises
    • Maintain perfect silence in the library premises
    • Consumption of tobacco products is totally prohibited in the library premises
    • Keep Chairs and tables in the place while leaving library
    • Use of Mobile/Cell phone is strictly prohibited in the library
    • Handle books with care. Tearing of pages, writing on pages, folding the pages or any of such destructive acts is liable for disciplinary action and penalty

    Membership

    1. VTU e-Resources Membership

    Circulation

    Members

    Books

    Loan Period

    Teaching Staff

    10

    One Semester

    UG Students

    4

    Fifteen Days

    PG Students

    4

    Fifteen Days

    Research Scholar4

    5

    Fifteen Days

    Book Bank:  5 Books will be issued for the whole semester to benefit SC/ST students.

    Reference Section:  150 seats accommodation for the Staff and Students to study in the reference section.

    Private Study Zone:  1 Separate discussion rooms for faculties.

    Journals:  Library subscribed for E-journals through VTU consortia.

    Digital Library

    IT Infrastructure: library have a dedicated system to access e-journals, presently 4 systems or available. In the added near future

    e-Resources (Publishers wise)

    IEEE-Explore

    Springer ( e-journals )

    Taylor and Frances

    Proquest

    Science Directory Elsevier

    Knimbus Digital library

    Library Services & Facilities

    BOOK BANK FOR CATEGORY STUDENTS

    WIFI ENABLED

    DIGITAL LIBRARY

    CURRENT AWARENESS SERVICE [NEW ARRIVALS]

    SPECIAL ENCOURAGEMENT SCHEME FOR TOPPERS & SPORTS SERVICES

    CD-DVD SERVICE

    NEWS PAPER CLIPPING SERVICE.

    REFERENCE SERVICES

    REQUEST A PURCHASE.


    E-JOURNALS

    The library is a member of the VTU Consortium for accessing e-resources (e-journals) subscribed through the consortium like IEEE, ASCE, Springer, Taylor & Francis, Science Direct. Etc.

    • IEEE/IET Electronic Library (IEL)  (273 e-Journals, 6514 Conference proceedings, 3043 Technical Standards etc. (2016) (Back file Access from 1872 – till date)

    • URL :  Click here to browse...
      [Note:You can download the full papers which are shown as]

    • Science Direct (Elsevier): Engineering + Computer Science (285 journals) (Back file Access 2000 – 2015)
      URL :  lick here to browse...
      [Note: You can download the full papers which are shown as ]
       Full text     Open Access     Contains Open Access

    • Springer: Engineering + Basic Science Subjects (680 e-Journals) (Back file Access from 1997 – till date)
      URL :  lick here to browse...
      [Note: Uncheck Include Preview-Only content & Refine Your Search so that you can get only full text list of e-Journals]

    • Taylor and Francis: Engineering (535 e-Journals) (Back file Access from 2000 – till date)
      URL : lick here to browse...
      [Note: Browse by your relevant subjects, all accessible titles will have the Green icon.]

    • ASCE ONLINE: Civil Engineering (38 e-Journals) (Back file Access from 1983 – till date)
      URL : lick here to browse...

    • ProQuest - Technology Collection (Back file Access from 2000 – till date)
      URL :  lick here to browse...

    • ProQuest - Management Collection (Back file Access from 2000 – till date)
      URL :  lick here to browse...

    • Knimbus Digital library Platform  (All subjects 12 K + Resources)
      Knimbus presents a single search window to all subscribed resources: Journals + e-Books + e-Theses + Educational videos etc.
      URL :  lick here to browse...

    NOTE: All the above Resources are IP based and accessible within KLEIT campus only.

  • Cultural Committee
  • K.L.E.I.T. Sangeetha Vrinda

    Student involvement in music has a positive impact on other areas of their lives. Musical involvement improves a student’s self-discipline, dexterity, coordination, self-esteem, thinking skills, listening skills, creative abilities and personal expression.There have been a number of studies done on the effect of music on academic development. It has been shown that with school/College music students have higher grade point averages than non-music students in the same school/College. Successful music students tend to possess the qualities and skills that are generally considered essential to employers in business, education and service organizations. Also music education assists students in improving their writing, communication skills and DOES improve analytical skills.

    The Benefits of Music Education

    • Language Development
    • Increased IQ
    • The Brain Works Harder
    • Spatial-Temporal Skills
    • Improved Test Scores
    • Being Musical

    The K.L.E.I.T. Sangeetha Vrinda is an active group of Music Lovers and Performers, which has witnessed the above said characters in its members. The students across all the departments take part in the activities but a core committee of students is taking care of the activities. Sangeetha Vrinda gives invocation to all the functions organized in the college - like Republic day, Independence day, Kannada Rajyotsava, Engineers day, Teachers day , Gandhi jayanthi and many more to name. The Vrinda is lead by Mr. Kiran B. Malagi, who draw together the students, trains them and make students to perform to their best.

    The students enrol themselves voluntarily to the Vrinda . They can use Sangeetha Vrinda hall and the instruments with the prior permission of the Coordinator. The Instruments procured are Harmonium, Key Board, Jazz Drums, Congo Drums, Triangle, Flute, Tabala. Yearly with the permission of the principal new instruments will be procured.

    Objectives

    1. To prepare the students to represent K.L.E.I.T. in University Youth festival.

    2. To enable students to continue in the pursuit of learning and creating music affordably, while attending K.L.E. Institute Of Technology

    3. To unify the music community at K.L.E. Institute Of Technology

    4. To provide equipment and facilities to students for the purpose of creating and learning music.

    5. To provide social functions and events with the purpose of adding to the variety of K.L.E. Institute Of Technology life.

    6. To provide opportunities for members to perform on a regular basis

    7. The activities of the Vrinda shall be carried on with no intention of personal financial gain; all profits, grants, membership fees, and accretions shall be used uniquely for carrying out the Vrinda’s objectives.

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  • INTERNET & WI-FI
  • INTERNET POLICIES

    1. Available Internet connection:

      1. 100Mbps Leased line [1:1] connection.

      2. 20Mbps Broadband [shared] connection.

    2. LAN: Laboratory computer are connected to the Structured LAN with 100/1000Mbps connection with optical fibre backbone.

    3. Wi-Fi facilities :

      1. The department corridor, staffroom, classroom are connected with wireless LAN infrastructure through the Access point.

    4. Security:

      1. All the access points are password protect.

      2. Wireless Intrusion Prevention Systems (WIPS) or Wireless Intrusion Detection Systems (WIDS) are commonly used to enforce wireless security policies.

      3. MAC filtering for device registration is applied for Wireless devices/Laptops.  

    5. Internet access policy

      1. Groups are created department wise, Faculties, instructor, Clientless, management, HOD,

      2. Students group CS, EC, EE, faculty group, Etc.

      3. Each user will have username and password for KLEIT Login for accessing the Internet. (Client user).

      4. The users are applied with Access Policy, Web Policy, QOS policy, Application policy.

      5. The user’s access report and operations is generated.

    6. Access Policy: Firewall rules have been applied and configured on each group for accessing the Internet.

      1. Users are allowed to access the websites, Email, other servers and other Internet services.

      2. Device registration is applied for the all devices for connection.

    7. Web policy and Filtration:

    The college has adapted the web policy and applied filtration for unhealthy and non working websites.

      1. Access to the information through the Internet for enhances the educational using WWW.

      2. The websites are classified as Productive, Neutral, Unhealthy, and Non working.

      3. Productive means domain KLEIT allowed sites, allowed websites redbus. Etc.

      4. Neutral websites means Educational Institutions Electronics Cultural Institutions Education and Reference Material Health and Medicines ... etc.

      5. Unhealthy means Porn, Crime and Suicide, Militancy and Extremist, Phishing and Fraud, Weapons ...etc.

      6. Non Working means Blogs, Games, Finance, Entertainment, Astrology etc..


    1. QOS policy : Bandwidth distribution

      1. Faculty 8 Mbps [shared]

      2. Students : 8 Mbps [shared]

    2. Application policy :

    The applications are categorised general Internet, Software updates, Gaming, Social networking, etc.

    1. Educational applications, software updates are allowed.

    2. Chatting , Social networking & Mobile applications are blocked

    3. Network services are allowed on request bases.

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  • TRANSPORTATION
  • Department of Transportation

    Adequate, convenient, safe and exclusive transport facility is provided to the students and staff for their travel from different parts of Hubballi city to the college.

  • click here to view Bus timings
  • BUS ROUTES FROM:

    1. BVBCET,K.S. ARTS COLLEGE, SIRUR PARK, SIDDESHWAR PARK, CHETAN COLLEGE, CANARA BANK, RAVINAGAR, AKSHAY PARK, MANJUNATH NAGAR, NEHRU NAGAR, KEC, KLEIT.

    2. MADHURA COLONY, KESHWAPUR, RAILWAY STATION, CORPORATION, OLD BUS STAND, HOSUR, NEW BUS STAND, AKSHAY PARK, MANJUNATH NAGAR, NEHRU NAGAR, KEC, KLEIT.

    3. SHANTI NAGAR, KESHWAPUR, RAILWAY STATION, CORPORATION, OLD BUS STAND, HOSUR, NEW BUS STAND, AKSHAY PARK, MANJUNATH NAGAR, NEHRU NAGAR, KEC, KLEIT.

    4. AKSHAY PARK, ORIENTAL SCHOOL, RNS FACTORY, ANAND NAGAR CROSS, INDI PUMP, ESI HOSPITAL, GIRANI CHAYAL, BASSEL MISSION CHURCH, OLD BUS STAND, HOSUR, NEW BUS STAND, AKSHAY PARK, MANJUNATH NAGAR, NEHRU NAGAR, KEC, KLEIT.

    NOTE: Buses will stop at the above mentioned stops only. You must be present atleast 10 min. before the scheduled departure time

    NUMBER OF BUSES click here to view driver details

    Sl. No.

    Vehicle Reg. No.

    Bus Names

    Bus Route

    Name of the driver

    01

    KA 25 C 1825

    KRISHNA

    BVBCET

    MAHAMMED RAFIQ NADAF

    02

    KA 25 C 1826

    GHATAPRABHA

    BVBCET

    KEDARAPPA GUDESHNAVAR

    03

    KA 25 C 4138

    MALAPRABHA

    BVBCET

    PRASHANT TERINAMANI

    04

    KA 25 C 6815

    VARADHA

    BVBCET

    JAMBALINGAPPA B. MASHETTI

    05

    KA 25 C 6816

    KALI

    BVBCET

    KAJASAB KATE

    06

    KA 25 C 6817

    BHEEMA

    BVBCET

    SHANKARLING YAKKUNDI

    07

    KA 25 D 3011

    DOODHAGANGA

    BVBCET

    MALLANGOUDA P. HIREGOUDAR

    08

    KA 25 D 9701

    MAHADAYI

    BVBCET

    JAGADISH ICHAGERI

    09

    KA 25 AA 7727

    PANCHAGANGA

    BVBCET

    RUDRAYYA BELLARYMATH

    10

    KA 25 D 3010

    SHALMALA

    MADHURA COLONY

    MOHAMMED ALI NADAF

    11

    KA 25 D 9702

    MARKANDEYA

    SHANTI NAGAR

    RENUKAPPA KOULAGERI

    12

    KA 25 D 156

    HIRANYAKESH

    INDI PUMP

    SANGAPPA M. KITTUR

    13

    KA 25 C 4135

    TUNGABHADRA

    KESHWAPUR

    BABUSAB ALLIKHANAVAR

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    Computer Science and Engineering Seminar Hall (Front View)
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    Electronics(ECE) and Electricl(EEE) Engineering Seminar Hall
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    Master of Computer Applications Seminar Hall
  • Civil and Mechanical Seminar Hall
    Civil Engineering and Mechanical Engineering DEpartments Seminar Hall

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