Nalanda Foundation Polytechnic in Hubbali, Karnataka was founded in 1992. It started in a temporary building in Hubbali and moved to a permanent building on Gadag Road in 2004. It offers four Diploma Engineering courses. It is affiliated to the Department of Technical Education Bangalore, and is recognised by the Government of Karnataka. Nalanda Foundation Polytechnic has been approved by the All India Council for Technical Education New Delhi. It operates under the aegis of 'Sidhu Vidya Samasthe', a charitable nonprofit educational trust.

Initially Polytechnic was under "Nalanda Foundations" Society later in 1998 over to Sidhu Vidya Samasthe headed by Shri H. S. Nabhapur. It was initially housed in a temporary building in Udaynagar, Nagashettykoppa with two branches and three students. It was relocated to Vidyaranya in 2004. The polytechnic offers 4 Diploma Engineering courses and enrolls more than 120 students



To emprower the students with knowledge,ability,Self- Esteem and Moral character.

To mould the students to excel in personal and professional life.

To enlarge and enrich the knowledge base, To ensure student success.

To uplift the student to global standards and make them competation worthy citizens.


To impart quality technical education with modern infrastructure to the students.

To develop the spirit of education without commercialization of education.

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To impart value based education free from caste, creed, gender and language discrimination.