"Sou. Sushila Danchand Ghodawat charitable trusts, Sanjay Ghodawat Polytechnic Atigre", Kolhapur is established in the year 2012. It is the growing institute imparting technical knowledge and skills to the students and society at large. It is an unaided polytechnic located in Western region of Maharashtra.
Sou. Sushila Danchand Ghodawat Charitable Trust?s Sanjay Ghodawat Polytechnic started in the year 2012 with a vision to impart the best technical knowledge and skills to the students across the country. Its aim is to build and provide the team of young technocrats who will be the leading catalysts in the development of society and nation at large. Currently, the Polytechnic runs five different diploma engineering branches such as Civil, Mechanical, Electronics and Telecommunication, Computer Science and Engineering and Electrical Engineering with the total intake of 420 in first year and more than thousand including all years currently.
The MSBTE has given Excellent REMARK under its External academic monitoring process (EAMC). The Laboratory of the college from Electrical Department has got BEST LABORATORY AWARD with first rank and prize of Rs. 50,000 throughout Maharashtra. Many students have got remarkable achievements in all the MSBTE Board examinations. Many students of the college have got good placements in national and multi-national companies of well repute. The polytechnic stands for performance par excellence.
In the world where it is commonplace to see mediocrity as the order of the day, SGI always stands as the guiding star of brilliance, quality and deliverance beyond expectations. Innovativeness and Creativity are the hallmarks of a genius enterprise and SGI stands to be a stage where these qualities would be nurtured, encouraged and blossomed. Inner re-engineering towards a proactive outlook, courage to convert challenges into opportunities and an unyielding spirit with never-say-die attitude is expected from students, staff and management who are present in the grand precincts of the Institution. The genius is incomplete without the sense of social responsibility and SGI's ultimate goal remains the development of an attitude of gratitude that freely gives back without expectations.