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The Kalyani Charitable Trust had started the Late G N Sapkal College of Engineering in 2009 as one of the institutes of Sapkal Knowledge Hub.
We aim to excel in graduate and post-graduate education, dedicated to advancing in the field of engineering with innovative and meaningful research.
To establish an institution par excellence focused on producing engineers of positive attitude and scientific temper.
Dear prospective Parents and Students,
The global economic order, the rapid rate of technological advancement...
The Institute provides a distinctive excellence driven engineering education that will groom future generations of engineers and entrepreneurs.
Dr. Ravindra G. Sapkal, Chairman, Kalyani Charitable Trust, Mumbai, had a splendid vision of providing education.
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A National Level Technical Symposium named TECHNO FEST was organized on 8th February 2014 to showcase the overall
technical skills of the students from various universities and to encourage interaction among students of different colleges and
universities. Various activities were conducted by different departments of college for the participants about 100 engineering
colleges had participated in the event and the response for this was overwhelming. The program was inaugurated by Our CMD
Shri Ravindra G Sapkal, CEO Dr. M. D. Saraswat, along with Dr. Omprakash Kulkarni Proprietor Sharada Inventions Nashik.
objective of this event is to provide a platform for students to get exposed to the best practices among different colleges &
universities and have hands on experience in the technical field. This event is open to Diploma, UG, PG students. In this
technofest all departments of institute conduct multiple events and separate prizes are given for each category and event. The
Convener of this TECHNO FEST 2014 was Dr. B. S. Balapgol, (Principal) and the Chief CO-Ordinator was Prof S.B. Bagal, HOD
(ENTC). The symposium was conducted successfully. There were approximately 1200 entries for the symposium.