Government Polytechnic, Amritsar

Government Polytechnic, Amritsar offers technical education to the students in Amritsar. This college in Amritsar has been established in 1965 to cater higher education in the state. The polytechnic college has a total seat of 220 for students.

Government Polytechnic is one of the colleges in Amritsar that is maintained by the Government of Punjab. The college is located near another reputed educational institute, Guru Nanak Dev University in Amritsar. Students from different parts of the state of Punjab come to pursue courses in this college in Amritsar. After completion of the diploma in polytechnic, the students can opt for lateral entries in degree courses.

The college offers practical training to the students along with full time courses. The duration of courses offered in Government Polytechnic, Amritsar is for three years. The polytechnic college in Amritsar maintains a semester system of education. At the completion of three years, the students are offered with a Diploma in engineering. The minimum eligibility to get admission in this educational institute is passing class X examination.

The college offers separate hostel facilities for girls and boys. The college has hostel accommodation for the non resident students within the campus. The canteen in the college serves healthy and hygienic food for the students.

The Departments in Government Polytechnic in Amritsar

  • Civil Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Computer Engineering
  • Production Industrial Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Modern Office Practice
  • Pharmacy
For any information regarding courses and admission, Government Polytechnic, Amritsar can be contacted at
  • Telephone : 0183 -258269
  • Fax : 0183 - 258269



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