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Formerly  known as B. V. Bhoomaraddi College of Engineering & Technology

 

CET CODE : E30 & E241, COMED-K CODE : E016

Programs

Why you should choose KLE Tech.?

Big News :  "Mercedes Benz R&D India Recruited 27 students from our College"

Spotlights

KLE Tech - BVB Finish as Runners-up in SAE India E-Baja 2017

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KLE Tech awarded as Ranked No 1

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Techno Graduate Innovators Award 2016 by IESA

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InfyMakers 2016 Award

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KLE Tech-BVBCET Bags 4th Place on Debut

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KLE Tech - BVB Bagged Overall Championship in SRISHTI-2016

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KLE Tech - BVB shines in Internationals

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KLE Tech - BVB Wins “Ultra Golf Kart Championship (UGKC) – 2016”

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Featured Events

Latest News

Workshop and Exhibition on LIGHTING AND COMMUNICATION in Architecture

Meghana Kulkarni Runners up at centenary year table tennis tournament

E-Summit 2017

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International Conference on “Transformations in Engineering Education” - ICTIEE

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International Conference on Enabling Make in India

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Meghana Kulkarni Won two gold medals and silver medal in women singles in state Olympics

Inauguration of Dr. R H Kulkarni memorial Lecture Hall Complex by Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam

Inauguration of New Building "School of Mechanical Engineering" by Shri Ratan Tata

Laying Foundation stone for Alumni Association's Building-BVB-CTIE

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Aslam Basha Participated in inter university Taekwondo competition

Workshop on Research trends in Data Analytics

Gold medal Hand ball team for the year 2016-17 held at VDRIT Haliyal

Initiatives

Academic Initiatives

  • Engineering Exploration
    Engineering Exploration
  • Engineering Exploration
    Engineering Exploration
    A new course by name “Engineering Exploration” is introduced in the new curriculum of KLE Tech from the year 2015-2016. This course is co-designed with Virginia Tech, USA keeping in line with global best practices of Engineering Education and the changing needs of Engineering Profession. The course follows active and collaborative learning pedagogical practices. Through this course students of first year engineering explore engineering and get exposed to Engineering Design Process, Multi-disciplinary nature of engineering, problem solving, data analysis, Team Building, Professional Ethics, Sustainability and Project Management. Another unique feature of this course is the involvement of faculty members drawn from different engineering disciplines in design and delivery of the course.
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  • Social Innovation
    Social Innovation
  • Social Innovation
    Social Innovation
    A course on ‘Social Innovation’ has been conceptualized and offered to the students of first year undergraduate engineering. The objectives of the course are as follows: • To build students’ capacity to use problem solving skills to address social issues through innovative solutions. • To transform students' perspective on the world around them by enabling them to identify areas ripe for innovation. Last year, over 250 projects in social space are done by First year undergraduate engineering students, which help them to connect with societal issues.
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  • Principles and Practices of Engineering Education
    Principles and Practices of Engineering Education
  • Principles and Practices of Engineering Education
    Principles and Practices of Engineering Education
    Most of the M.Tech students join teaching profession after their degree without any training in teaching. It was felt necessary to expose them to Basics of Engineering Education through a new course “Principles and Practices of Engineering Education”. It is introduced as a core course for all MTech courses of KLE Tech from 2015-2016 in 2nd semester. The course is designed based on the rich experience of KLE Tech in practicing Outcome Based Education since several years.
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  • PhD in Engineering Education
    PhD in Engineering Education
  • PhD in Engineering Education
    PhD in Engineering Education
    KLE Tech is one of the first few Institutions in India offering PhD in Engineering Education. This program is started from 2015-2016. This program is designed with a vision of contributing to leadership development in Engineering Education. Experiences of a few of the leading universities in the world are used in designing the program.
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  • Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU)
    Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU)
  • Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU)
    Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU)
    This is an initiative to promote culture of innovation and research in undergraduate students by introducing ‘Research Experience for Undergraduates’ course. The course first of its kind in India, has created a lot of excitement in the students who want to pursue research as their career and has lead to substantial increase in the paper publications by students.
    Read More
  • Introducing ‘Calculus Reform Movement’ inEngineering:
    Introducing ‘Calculus Reform Movement’ inEngineering:
  • Introducing ‘Calculus Reform Movement’ inEngineering:
    Introducing ‘Calculus Reform Movement’ inEngineering:
    Understanding the difficulty students face in appreciating mathematics and mathematics related courses, lead the initiative to bring about reforms in mathematics teaching on the lines of ‘ Calculus reform movement’ of Harvard University consortium. The pedagogy of mathematics teaching in the college follows rule of four i.e. every topic is dealt not only symbolically and numerically but also visually and contextually. Digital tablets with appropriate software help every student in visualising and contextualising mathematical concepts.
    Read More
  • Emphasis on Experiential Learning
    Emphasis on Experiential Learning
  • Emphasis on Experiential Learning
    Emphasis on Experiential Learning
    Curriculum design puts high emphasis on experiential learning by introducing Course projects, Mini-Projects, and Industry Internships. Mini-projects vertically integrated with each of the curriculum threads of the program, are carried out by the students in the pre-final year and provide an opportunity to integrate knowledge and skills acquired in a set of courses belonging to the curriculum thread to solve complex engineering problems. Introduction of mini-projects also provides sufficient resolution to directly assess student learning outcomes in each of the curriculum threads. As these projects are carried out in teams, students are able to develop and demonstrate several professional competencies that are critical for engineering practice.
    Read More
  • Innovations in teaching learning processes
    Innovations in teaching learning processes
  • Innovations in teaching learning processes
    Innovations in teaching learning processes
    Keeping in mind lack of focus on education research, the college started Centre for Engineering Education Research (CEER) with an objective of bringing out innovations in curriculum frameworks, pedagogy and assessment. The centre inspired by Indo-US Collaboration for Engineering Education (IUCEE) has enabled the college to adopt Outcome Based Education Framework (OBE) and carry out many innovations in teaching learning practices and assessment. The centre also undertakes outreach activities and has trained over 1000 faculty of other engineering colleges. A group of faculty headed by Principal is recognised by ‘International Institute for Developing Engineering Academics (IIDEA)’, USA as OBE trainers. (only group recognised in India) .
    Read More
  • Product Design and Realization
    Product Design and Realization
  • Product Design and Realization
    Product Design and Realization
    Engineering graduates are expected to function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings. In order to provide an opportunity for students to work in multidisciplinary teams this course has been designed. This course has following objectives: Design multi-disciplinary projects culminating in a finished product. Engage in a systematic approach towards product design. Develop a new product or improve an existing product. Product Design and Realization is offered as an open elective course of 3 credits. It is conducted during Summer Vacation for students passing 4th Semester of UG and the teams are comprised of both electrical and mechanical engineering students. Exposure to Product Design early in the undergraduate engineering curriculum enables the students to be well equipped for future challenges.
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  • Engineering Exploration
    Engineering Exploration
  • Engineering Exploration
    Engineering Exploration
    A new course by name “Engineering Exploration” is introduced in the new curriculum of KLE Tech from the year 2015-2016. This course is co-designed with Virginia Tech, USA keeping in line with global best practices of Engineering Education and the changing needs of Engineering Profession. The course follows active and collaborative learning pedagogical practices. Through this course students of first year engineering explore engineering and get exposed to Engineering Design Process, Multi-disciplinary nature of engineering, problem solving, data analysis, Team Building, Professional Ethics, Sustainability and Project Management. Another unique feature of this course is the involvement of faculty members drawn from different engineering disciplines in design and delivery of the course.
    Read More
  • Social Innovation
    Social Innovation
  • Social Innovation
    Social Innovation
    A course on ‘Social Innovation’ has been conceptualized and offered to the students of first year undergraduate engineering. The objectives of the course are as follows: • To build students’ capacity to use problem solving skills to address social issues through innovative solutions. • To transform students' perspective on the world around them by enabling them to identify areas ripe for innovation. Last year, over 250 projects in social space are done by First year undergraduate engineering students, which help them to connect with societal issues.
    Read More
  • Principles and Practices of Engineering Education
    Principles and Practices of Engineering Education
  • Principles and Practices of Engineering Education
    Principles and Practices of Engineering Education
    Most of the M.Tech students join teaching profession after their degree without any training in teaching. It was felt necessary to expose them to Basics of Engineering Education through a new course “Principles and Practices of Engineering Education”. It is introduced as a core course for all MTech courses of KLE Tech from 2015-2016 in 2nd semester. The course is designed based on the rich experience of KLE Tech in practicing Outcome Based Education since several years.
    Read More
  • PhD in Engineering Education
    PhD in Engineering Education
  • PhD in Engineering Education
    PhD in Engineering Education
    KLE Tech is one of the first few Institutions in India offering PhD in Engineering Education. This program is started from 2015-2016. This program is designed with a vision of contributing to leadership development in Engineering Education. Experiences of a few of the leading universities in the world are used in designing the program.
    Read More
  • Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU)
    Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU)
  • Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU)
    Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU)
    This is an initiative to promote culture of innovation and research in undergraduate students by introducing ‘Research Experience for Undergraduates’ course. The course first of its kind in India, has created a lot of excitement in the students who want to pursue research as their career and has lead to substantial increase in the paper publications by students.
    Read More
  • Introducing ‘Calculus Reform Movement’ inEngineering:
    Introducing ‘Calculus Reform Movement’ inEngineering:
  • Introducing ‘Calculus Reform Movement’ inEngineering:
    Introducing ‘Calculus Reform Movement’ inEngineering:
    Understanding the difficulty students face in appreciating mathematics and mathematics related courses, lead the initiative to bring about reforms in mathematics teaching on the lines of ‘ Calculus reform movement’ of Harvard University consortium. The pedagogy of mathematics teaching in the college follows rule of four i.e. every topic is dealt not only symbolically and numerically but also visually and contextually. Digital tablets with appropriate software help every student in visualising and contextualising mathematical concepts.
    Read More
  • Emphasis on Experiential Learning
    Emphasis on Experiential Learning
  • Emphasis on Experiential Learning
    Emphasis on Experiential Learning
    Curriculum design puts high emphasis on experiential learning by introducing Course projects, Mini-Projects, and Industry Internships. Mini-projects vertically integrated with each of the curriculum threads of the program, are carried out by the students in the pre-final year and provide an opportunity to integrate knowledge and skills acquired in a set of courses belonging to the curriculum thread to solve complex engineering problems. Introduction of mini-projects also provides sufficient resolution to directly assess student learning outcomes in each of the curriculum threads. As these projects are carried out in teams, students are able to develop and demonstrate several professional competencies that are critical for engineering practice.
    Read More
  • Innovations in teaching learning processes
    Innovations in teaching learning processes
  • Innovations in teaching learning processes
    Innovations in teaching learning processes
    Keeping in mind lack of focus on education research, the college started Centre for Engineering Education Research (CEER) with an objective of bringing out innovations in curriculum frameworks, pedagogy and assessment. The centre inspired by Indo-US Collaboration for Engineering Education (IUCEE) has enabled the college to adopt Outcome Based Education Framework (OBE) and carry out many innovations in teaching learning practices and assessment. The centre also undertakes outreach activities and has trained over 1000 faculty of other engineering colleges. A group of faculty headed by Principal is recognised by ‘International Institute for Developing Engineering Academics (IIDEA)’, USA as OBE trainers. (only group recognised in India) .
    Read More
  • Product Design and Realization
    Product Design and Realization
  • Product Design and Realization
    Product Design and Realization
    Engineering graduates are expected to function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings. In order to provide an opportunity for students to work in multidisciplinary teams this course has been designed. This course has following objectives: Design multi-disciplinary projects culminating in a finished product. Engage in a systematic approach towards product design. Develop a new product or improve an existing product. Product Design and Realization is offered as an open elective course of 3 credits. It is conducted during Summer Vacation for students passing 4th Semester of UG and the teams are comprised of both electrical and mechanical engineering students. Exposure to Product Design early in the undergraduate engineering curriculum enables the students to be well equipped for future challenges.
    Read More

CET CODE : E30 & E241, COMED-K CODE : E016

  • Engineering Exploration
    Engineering Exploration
  • Engineering Exploration
    Engineering Exploration
    A new course by name “Engineering Exploration” is introduced in the new curriculum of KLE Tech from the year 2015-2016. This course is co-designed with Virginia Tech, USA keeping in line with global best practices of Engineering Education and the changing needs of Engineering Profession. The course follows active and collaborative learning pedagogical practices. Through this course students of first year engineering explore engineering and get exposed to Engineering Design Process, Multi-disciplinary nature of engineering, problem solving, data analysis, Team Building, Professional Ethics, Sustainability and Project Management. Another unique feature of this course is the involvement of faculty members drawn from different engineering disciplines in design and delivery of the course.
    Read More
  • Social Innovation
    Social Innovation
  • Social Innovation
    Social Innovation
    A course on ‘Social Innovation’ has been conceptualized and offered to the students of first year undergraduate engineering. The objectives of the course are as follows: • To build students’ capacity to use problem solving skills to address social issues through innovative solutions. • To transform students' perspective on the world around them by enabling them to identify areas ripe for innovation. Last year, over 250 projects in social space are done by First year undergraduate engineering students, which help them to connect with societal issues.
    Read More
  • Principles and Practices of Engineering Education
    Principles and Practices of Engineering Education
  • Principles and Practices of Engineering Education
    Principles and Practices of Engineering Education
    Most of the M.Tech students join teaching profession after their degree without any training in teaching. It was felt necessary to expose them to Basics of Engineering Education through a new course “Principles and Practices of Engineering Education”. It is introduced as a core course for all MTech courses of KLE Tech from 2015-2016 in 2nd semester. The course is designed based on the rich experience of KLE Tech in practicing Outcome Based Education since several years.
    Read More
  • PhD in Engineering Education
    PhD in Engineering Education
  • PhD in Engineering Education
    PhD in Engineering Education
    KLE Tech is one of the first few Institutions in India offering PhD in Engineering Education. This program is started from 2015-2016. This program is designed with a vision of contributing to leadership development in Engineering Education. Experiences of a few of the leading universities in the world are used in designing the program.
    Read More
  • Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU)
    Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU)
  • Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU)
    Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU)
    This is an initiative to promote culture of innovation and research in undergraduate students by introducing ‘Research Experience for Undergraduates’ course. The course first of its kind in India, has created a lot of excitement in the students who want to pursue research as their career and has lead to substantial increase in the paper publications by students.
    Read More
  • Introducing ‘Calculus Reform Movement’ inEngineering:
    Introducing ‘Calculus Reform Movement’ inEngineering:
  • Introducing ‘Calculus Reform Movement’ inEngineering:
    Introducing ‘Calculus Reform Movement’ inEngineering:
    Understanding the difficulty students face in appreciating mathematics and mathematics related courses, lead the initiative to bring about reforms in mathematics teaching on the lines of ‘ Calculus reform movement’ of Harvard University consortium. The pedagogy of mathematics teaching in the college follows rule of four i.e. every topic is dealt not only symbolically and numerically but also visually and contextually. Digital tablets with appropriate software help every student in visualising and contextualising mathematical concepts.
    Read More
  • Emphasis on Experiential Learning
    Emphasis on Experiential Learning
  • Emphasis on Experiential Learning
    Emphasis on Experiential Learning
    Curriculum design puts high emphasis on experiential learning by introducing Course projects, Mini-Projects, and Industry Internships. Mini-projects vertically integrated with each of the curriculum threads of the program, are carried out by the students in the pre-final year and provide an opportunity to integrate knowledge and skills acquired in a set of courses belonging to the curriculum thread to solve complex engineering problems. Introduction of mini-projects also provides sufficient resolution to directly assess student learning outcomes in each of the curriculum threads. As these projects are carried out in teams, students are able to develop and demonstrate several professional competencies that are critical for engineering practice.
    Read More
  • Innovations in teaching learning processes
    Innovations in teaching learning processes
  • Innovations in teaching learning processes
    Innovations in teaching learning processes
    Keeping in mind lack of focus on education research, the college started Centre for Engineering Education Research (CEER) with an objective of bringing out innovations in curriculum frameworks, pedagogy and assessment. The centre inspired by Indo-US Collaboration for Engineering Education (IUCEE) has enabled the college to adopt Outcome Based Education Framework (OBE) and carry out many innovations in teaching learning practices and assessment. The centre also undertakes outreach activities and has trained over 1000 faculty of other engineering colleges. A group of faculty headed by Principal is recognised by ‘International Institute for Developing Engineering Academics (IIDEA)’, USA as OBE trainers. (only group recognised in India) .
    Read More
  • Product Design and Realization
    Product Design and Realization
  • Product Design and Realization
    Product Design and Realization
    Engineering graduates are expected to function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings. In order to provide an opportunity for students to work in multidisciplinary teams this course has been designed. This course has following objectives: Design multi-disciplinary projects culminating in a finished product. Engage in a systematic approach towards product design. Develop a new product or improve an existing product. Product Design and Realization is offered as an open elective course of 3 credits. It is conducted during Summer Vacation for students passing 4th Semester of UG and the teams are comprised of both electrical and mechanical engineering students. Exposure to Product Design early in the undergraduate engineering curriculum enables the students to be well equipped for future challenges.
    Read More