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We at Mansa Polytechnic College believe that committee approach is the best way to move all the faculty members for the smooth runner of the college. Every committe has 3 to 4 faculty members and they meet regularty to sort out various issues concerning the college.



The committee prepares the academic calendar  and the activities to be performed .The committee has to ensure  that each faculty member prepares a tentative day wise Session Plan of their subjects including the plan the practical classes. They arrange review meeting  every  month with all HODs,  Principal and the Executive Director, in which the team has to inform about the status of the implementation of session plan The committee has to follow up with the library committee regarding the timely availability of  the books. The committees has to take  the status of the studies and course curriculum and give feedback about students attendance and take remedial action in consultation with the Principal and the Executive Director .


The administrative committee has to check that the students come to the college in uniform in a presentable manner and dont run away  during  recess. They are responsible for maintaining strict discipline in the college and for this they have regular meetings with the CRs


Courses offered:


Annual intake



Qualifying examination for Admission

DIPLOMA (Civil Engg.)


3 years

10th Level


DIPLOMA (Mechanical Engg.)


3 years

10th Level


DIPLOMA (Electrical Engg.)


3 years

10th Level


Admission in First Year of Diploma Engineering Courses:

Admission to all the courses are subject to granting of Affiliation by CSVTU, Bhilai and are regulated by the Ordinance of the University and guidelines framed by the Admission & Fee Regulatory Committee of the State.

Admission Procedure:

Admissions to all the courses are conducted through Central Online Counseling administered by Directorate of technical Education, Government of Chhattisgarh. The dates and other details of such counselling are displayed through advertisement in local newspapers as well as their official website


Alumni Association was established in 2010 at Mansa Polytechnic college Bhilai. The Alumni association creates and maintains a life-long connection between the institute and its alumni. In collaboration with an extremely dedicated volunteer, faculty members, Executive Director and the Principal, the alumni association works to connect all alumni, support students and build an unforgettable institute allumni bond. The all pervading enthusiasm shown by the alumni members has helped polytechnic college in building strong partnership with the industry.


The cultural committee works to promote talents of students by encouraging them to take part in     extracurricular activities The Committee plans, schedules, organizes, and conduct cultural and other important events at the  intra and inter collegiate level.


The Examination cell is manned by one member from each branch including one from the 1st year and headed by one senior most member working as Examination controller. The cell liaises with the university and other government bodies to ensure examination are held as per schedule. They maintain proper coordination and communication with management, faculty members, accounts department and students for the smooth conduct of the examinations (both internal and external). They also ensure that the reports and returns are sent in time to the authorities concerned


The main role of the Governing body is to decide the policy and the overall strategy for achieving the vision and mission of the polytechnic college. The governing body approves the annual budget of the college. They approve the HRD policy of college for the faculty members and the staff of the college. The Governing body meets every quarter.


A Grievance Cell has been constituted for the redressal of the problems reported by the Students of the College to ensure harmonious and an environment which is without fear and intimidation to the students. It tries to establish an environment where fresh students feel comfortable and at ease to come to the college. The cell tries to ensure strife free atmosphere in the College through promoting and fostering cordial Student-Student relationship and Student-teacher relationship etc.


Before the start of the semester the team has to make sure that the sufficient books for the semester are available in the library, if not then get then they get the list from the library. They review the functioning of the  library and take steps to improve it.


The committee has to check whether the class rooms and laboratory equipments are in proper working condition or not. They identify the requirements for the new equipments and help in their procurement.


The Student Welfare Council (SWC) serves as a platform where all members of the Student Welfare Committee meet and come together to table, address, advice and execute matters pertaining to students, be it academic or administrative in nature. The committee recommends on policies relating to students welfare (students experience) to monitor and ensure that One Stop Centre at Student Welfare Committee level is being implemented effectively. It has four members from the faculty and the office bearers of the students union. The committee ensures smooth conduct of students union election.  Meetings are held every month in a semester.


Training and Placement Cell is an integral and important part of Mansa Polytechnic College. It is not enough to educate the students and make them knowledgeable but we firmly believe, it's our responsibility to ensure that they are put on the right path of becoming valuable citizens and diligent engineers/ managers in the industry. The college  is proud to have a vibrant training and placement cell which has the privilege of doing this for its students. The cell takes care of honing the minds of our students to face the competitive world with desired skills, courage and confidence.
Our pioneering efforts have borne fruits in achieving academic-industrial rapport and we are proud that our students are absorbed by leading and reputed giants in the industrial firmament. The placement cell coordinates with the corporate sector and provides well developed infrastructure to facilitate the campus recruitment drives. The cell is designed to function with a high degree of professionalism. Indeed, we have been appreciated more often by the industrial houses for such special feature embedded in our work philosophy. In this context, our Training Placement Cell is doing a commendable job since inception.
We strongly feel that  all round development of the students is very necessary to make them successful managers. To achieve this we develop and nurture  cordial relationship with the Industries and also invite them for  organizing technicalseminars, workshops and other technical sessions.This enriches the knowledge base of students'  with the latest technological innovations and industry practices.

  1. Mr. Bikas Chandraker- 8357991831 ( Incharge)
  2. Mr. sandeep Chaudhary – 9098587741 (member)
  3. Ms. Tripti Sahu – (member)

IIIC – Industry Institute Interaction Cell

Mr. Bikas Chandraker- 8357991831 ( Incharge)

National Service Scheme

The college started NSS in the year 2014. The program officer is Mr. Kamlesh Dewangan. It organizes various social activities such as blood donation camps, tree plantation drive, run for unity and voting awareness programs, and conducts many other service activities.


Internal Complaint Committee (Women Redressel Cell)

The Cell is responsible for looking into complaints filed by students & staff about sexual harrassment at the college.The functions of the cell are to safeguard the rights of female students, female faculty and staff members and also to provide a platform for listening to their complaints. It tries also to equip them with the knowledge of their legal rights and redressal of their grievances and to facilitate speedy delivery of justice, meetings are organized regularly. The cell conducts seminars and lectures by specialists and eminent personalities regularly to gender sensitive the employees of the college and students with stress on women empowerment in general and sexual harassment in particulars.
Under the cell a comaplints committee headed by a senior female faculty member with more than half of the members being women is constituted. Appropriate complaint mechanism to ensure time bound treatment of complaints has been created.


  1. Ms. Ranjana Tripathi – 78280 58901( Incharge)
  2. Ms. Preeti sao- 9691880598(member)
  3. Ms. Papinder kaur-9713456456(member)
  4. Ms. Seema Lanjhewar – 9993487256(member)
  5. Ms. Kausar Khan – 8982839419(member)
  6. Ms. Bhuvneshawri Yadav -7828247004(member)
  7. Ms. Sanju Shivdas – 8458956318(member)


Email: mansapolyscstcommittee@

  1. Ms. Sangeeta Lahre – 9098367746( Incharge)
  2.  Mr. khemlal deshlahre – 7389378218(member)
  3. Ms. Tripti Sahu – 7389886567(member)
  4. Ms. Akansha rani Kumbhaj – 8770258230(member)
  5. Ms. Papinder kaur-9713456456(member)



  1. Mr. Faneel sonwani -9907650455  ( Incharge)
  2. Mr. Sandeep Chaudhary – 9098587741(member)
  3. Ms. Tripti Sahu – (member)
  4. Mr. A. A. Khan – 9993038734(member)
  5. Ms. Sanju Shivdas – (member)



Anti raggting Toll free number -1800-180-5522

1.Mr. Manoj Kumar Soni – 9893194076 ( Incharge)
2. Ms. Ranjana Tripathi – (member)
3. Mr. Pradeep Kumar Nirmal – 8109731101(member)
4. Ms. Akansha rani Kumbhaj – (member)