KAI. AMDAR BRAHMDEVDADA MANE SHIKSHAN VA SAMAJIK PRATISTHAN, BELATI, SANCHALIT
(APPROVED BY AICTE, NEW DELHI, RECOGNIZED BY GOVT. OF MAHARASHTRA & AFFILATED TO M.S.B.T.E. MUMBAI)

BRAHMDEVDADA MANE POLYTECHNIC, BELATI, SOLAPUR

UNNAT MAHARASHTRA ABHIYAN (UMA)

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vice president

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Education

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Even though, our country has made phenomenal progress in the field of Science and Technology as well as the mainstream industrial infrastructure, the fruits of these developments have not reached the large spectrum of our rural population which still languishes in deprivation and poverty. There are huge developmental disconnects between the rural and urban sectors such as inequity in health, education, incomes, and basic amenities as well as employment opportunities, all causing great discontent and large-scale migration to urban areas.

Further, the imperatives of sustainable development which are being felt more and more acutely all over the world also demand eco-friendly development of the villages and the creation of appropriate employment opportunities locally. Increasing urbanization is neither sustainable nor desirable. In this context, it may be recalled that Mahatma Gandhi had envisioned that the development of the country should take place based on ‘Gram Swaraj’ i.e. self-sufficient and sustainable rural economy – a dream which continues to remain unfulfilled even after 70 years post-independence.

One prominent reason for this situation is the gross alienation between the ethos and activities of our higher knowledge institutions particularly, the professional institutions from the process of indigenous rural development. So far, our professional and higher education institutions have largely been oriented to cater to the mainstream industrial sector and, barring a few exceptions, have neither had the opportunity nor the orientation and the wherewithal to directly partake in indigenous developmental activities.

The need for harnessing the indigenous S&T and other knowledge resources of the country in the process of indigenous rural development is being felt acutely. In this context, Unnat Maharashtra Abhiyān is a unique, highly challenging, and very much cherished initiative in this direction.

  •  To build an understanding of the development agenda within institutes of Higher Education and an institutional capacity and training relevant to national needs, especially those of rural India.
  •  To re-emphasize the need for field work, stakeholder interactions, and design for societal objectives as the basis of higher education.
  •  To stress rigorous reporting and useful outputs as central to developing new professions.
  •  To provide rural India and regional agencies with access to the professional resources of the institutes of higher education, especially those that have acquired academic excellence in the fields of science, engineering and technology, and management.
  •  To improve development outcomes as a consequence of this research. To develop new professions and new processes to sustain and absorb the outcomes of research.
  •  To foster a new dialogue within the larger community on science, society, and the environment and to develop a sense of dignity and collective destiny.

Vision

To emerge as a learning Center of Excellence in the National Ethos in domains of Science, Technology and Management.

Mission

  •  To strive for rearing standard and stature of the students by practicing high standards of professional ethics , transparency and accountability.
  •  To provide facilities and services to meet the challenges of Industry and Society.
  •  To facilitate socially responsive research, innovation and entrepreneurship.
  •  To ascertain holistic development of the students and staff members by inculcating knowledge and profession as work practices.
Sr. NoTitle of ActivityYear of the activityNumber of students participated in such activities
1Conduction of Household survey2019- 2088
2Submission of Village Development Plan (VDP)2019- 20143
3Submission of Futuristic Perspective Plan2019- 2090
4Conduction of Gram Sabha at adopted villages2019- 2084
5Workshop & meetings of RCI2019- 20115
6Outreach Programme On “Student Solar Ambassador in Association with IIT Bombay”2019- 2065
Sr. No.NameDesignation & DepartmentResponsibility
1Dr.P. L. NagtodePrincipalChairman
2Mr.Ganesh WakteAssistantProfessor (EE)Member
3Ms.Divyani HarpalAssistantProfessor(CE)Member
4Mr.Jayant AdhikariAssistantProfessor(CSE)Member
5Mr.JayantRohankarAssistantProfessor(IT)Member
6Mr.Rahul DhutureAssistantProfessor(ECE)Member
7Mr.Rahul GhotkarAssistantProfessor(GE)Member
8Mr.Harshal ShambharkarAssistantProfessor(AE)Member
9Dr.Rohit KalnakeAssistantProfessor(BT)Member
10Mr. Pratik TaiwadeNSS VolunteerMember
11Mr. Aniket SinghNSS VolunteerMember
12Mr.PrafulRandiveAssistant professor(ME)Member Secretary
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