Research plays a pivotal role in teaching-learning process. Inculcating research in classroom teaching leverages motivation, performance and reasoning ability of students. Research is gaining momentum at the institution.

Eleven departments are recognized as research centres by Visvesvaraya Technological University, Belagavi and are actively engaged in research activities. More than 93 students were pursuing research for Ph.D. degree under the guidance of 25 research supervisors. Following departments were recognized as Research Centres:

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Research and Development Cell

Research and Development Cell (RDC) has been established to foster research culture and provide a healthy research environment through which faculty and students may conduct quality, world-class research and participate actively in the development of the society. RDC encourages research by providing:

  • Start-up grants for faculty
  • Grants for student innovative projects
  • Research Facility grants.
  • Incentives for faculty for getting sponsored projects from funding agencies and industrial consultancy.
  • Incentive for faculty for presentation / publication of research papers in conferences / journals of international repute
  • Incentive for faculty for publication of books .


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Research Projects

RDC Funded Student Projects

 RDC has selected seven UG and PG student projects for funding

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KSCST Funded Student Projects

Final year Students Projects funded by Karnataka State Council for Science and Technology (KSCST) during last three academic years.

2020 - 2021

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2019 - 2020

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2018 - 2019

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VGST Funded Research Projects

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Research Publications

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Student Projects

Project-based learning is a teaching approach that engages students in sustained, collaborative real-world investigations. In this backdrop institution has initiated mini project concept as a part of teaching learning process for the undergraduate students to take up at least two mini projects prior to the final year compulsory project. Students of second and third year. Students also undertake Interdisciplinary and Multi-disciplinary Projects at the Final year. In addition, Problem-Based Learning (PBL) is initiated to be the part of innovative teaching-learning process.