An institute striving for excellence in providing transformative  education and enhancing skills for developing intellectual, innovative and quality engineers with social and technical knowledge, which will benefit the society and industrial challenges.


  • To be a technical educational institute in transforming aspiring engineers through rigorous coursework and technical skills, by providing understanding of the needs of society and industry
  • To benchmark with the best global standards of quality education
  • To enhance the commitment of faculty staff and Students by inculcating the spirit of inquisitiveness, teamwork, innovation and professionalism
  • Establish a centre of excellence to enhance academia-industry partnership and work on collaborative projects & develop new products & patents.
  • To develop globally competent students by enhancing indigenous technologies and inculcating entrepreneurship quality in them.


  • Student Centric Learning
  • Professional Development & Scholarships
  • Integrity & Ethics
  • Innovation & Flexibility
  • Team work & Collaboration

                                                                                                                                          Prof. S. R. Upasani

The world around us is changing every moment, the new technological advancements are taking every one by surprise. Things which we could only wish or imagine years back, are becoming a reality. Just to mention a few, flying car with retractable wings, electricity generator using harmless viruses, a 3-D video conferencing pod, bionic  eye for the blind to see, etc. We at GGSP continuously keep our students updated on new technologies. The key  Innovation ,we create an environment in the institute where students are motivated to think of innovative ideas and  are encouraged to put these ideas in their project work.
Apart from academic excellence, students are also trained on life skills so as to enable them to secure better  placements. This is evident from the job offers they get from the best companies like Tata Motors , L&T, Glaxo,  Gabriel , ABB etc. Our deliberate and consistent focus on quality education has resulted in getting us Accreditation  from NBA for the period 2012-15, for which I wish to thank the management for their whole-hearted support. I also  wish to congratulate the staff, students, parents and our industrial partners for the sincere efforts put in by them to  achieve this milestone.
Welcome to GGSP And wish you a very bright future.

As per the Fee Regulating Authority Meeting Dated 08th March, 2019 the final fees for First Year admitted in 2019-20 is fixed as Rs. 51500/-

Fee Regulation Authority For the Academic Year 2019-20


Academic YearFirst YearDirect Second Year
2013-14Rs. 45720/-Rs.45360/-

Roles & Responsibilities of Anti Ragging Committee:

  1. To ensure compliance with the provisions of AICTE Regulations as well as the provisions of any law for the time being in force concerning ragging.
  2. Monitor and oversee the performance of Anti Ragging Squad in prevention of ragging in the institution.

Anti Ragging Committee

Sr. No.To work asNameDesignationContact Number
01Appellate AuthorityMr. Permindur SinghCEO, GGSF9967064740
03Member-LegalMrs. Shital AhireAdvocate9970444000
04Member-ComplianceMr. Narayan Nyahlde(Indira Nagar)Senior P.I.(Indira Nagar)9823291148
05Member-MediaMr. Pradip JagzapMedia Personnel9922623102
06Member-FacultyMr. P. G. ChavanHOD (CE)9421558495
07Member-FacultyMr. V. K. DhagateHOD (ME -II)8806664608
08Member-FacultyMrs. G. R. JagtapHOD (CO)9673255330
09Member-FacultyMr. S. S. PatilHOD (APS)9921842984
10Member-StudentSalve Dipali Kisan


Senior Girl student8806754977


11Member-StudentLadani  Hemal Kumar (TYCO)Senior Boy student7507917068
12Member-StudentWishwakarma Shreya (SYME)Senior Girl student8806199662
13Member-StudentHarshwardhan Dande (SYCE)Senior Boy student8928699474
14Member-StudentSejal Sali (FYCO)Fresher Boy Student8623878307
15Member-StudentGaurav Bankar (FYCE)Fresher Boy Student7028581532
16Member-ParentMr. Shrikant BankarParent of Gaurav Bankar FYCE9823507702


Member-ParentMr. Vinod KhardeParent of Samruddhi Kharde (TYCO)9822478161
18Member-Non teachingMr. C. K. PatilRegistrar9970400868

Anti Ragging Squad

Sr. No.To work asNameDesignationContact
1PresidentMrs. S.A. KolheHOD (EJ)8806664613
2Vice PresidentMr. S. S. PatilHOD (APS)9921842984
3MemberMr. S. M. MoreHOD  (EE)8806664612
4MemberMr. S.F.ShewaleT.A. ( M.E.) Boys Hostel Representative9923126269
5MemberMrs. S.V.ShimpiT.A. ( C.E.) Girls Hostel Representative9423696899

Roles & Responsibilities of Anti Ragging Squad:

  1. Make surprise visits, raids on hostels and other places vulnerable to incidents.
  2. Having potential for ragging and shell be empowered to inspect such places.
  3. Conduct an on spot inquiry into any incident of ragging.
  4. Observing a fair and transparent procedure and the principles of natural justice after giving adequate opportunity to the students accused of ragging and other witnesses to place before it the facts documents and views concerning the incidents of ragging and consider such relevant information as may be required.

Mentoring Cell-1

S. No.To work asNameDesignationContact
1PresidentA.A. ShaikhLecturer9923278337
2MemberSejal SaliStudent8623878307
3MemberGaurav BankarStudent7028581532
4MemberChaudhari LareshStudent7038835043
5MemberChordiya NeerajStudent9604477597

Mentoring Cell-2

S. No.To work asNameDesignationContact
2MemberSuwaiba SayyadStudent9960002500
3MemberHarshwardhan DandeStudent8928699474
4MemberSanket KatkadeStudent9604292103
5MemberGayatri KuwarStudent8975852974

Mentoring Cell-3

Sr. No.To work asNameDesignationContact
2MemberNikhil KapseStudent8484013222
3MemberAtharva DingoreStudent9028139713
4MemberDhande RashmiStudent9552480966
5MemberHemal Kumar LadaniStudent7507917068

Roles & Responsibilities of Mentoring Cell:

  1. Promote the objectives of Anti Ragging Rules and regulations.
  2. Senior students volunteering to be mentors for fresher in the succeeding academic year.
  3. One Mentor for six fresher and one mentor of a higher level for six mentors for lower level.

 Grievances may include the following complaints:

  1. Making admission contrary to merit determined in admission policy of the institute
  2. Irregularity in admission process.
  3. Refusing admission against the declared admission policy of the institute.
  4. Withhold or refuse to return any document to induce such person to pay fee in respect of any course which person does not need.
  5. Demand of money in excess of that specified in the declared admission policy or approved by the competent authority.
  6. Violation of the policy for reservation in admission.
  7. Complaints from alleged discrimination by students from SC, ST, OBC, Women, minority or disabled categories.
  8. Nonpayment or delay in payment of scholarships committed by institution under the conditions imposed by AICTE or any other authority.
  9. Delay in conduct of examination or declaration of results as specified in academic calendar
  10. Provision of amenities to students as promised by the institution.
  11. Denial of quality education as promised at the time of admission.
  12. Non transparent or unfair evaluation practices.
  13. Harassment and Victimization of students including sexual harassment.
  14. Refund of fees on withdrawal of admissions as per AICTE instructions.

Grievance Redress  Committee List

Committee List

Vishakha Committee List

S. N.NameDesignation

Governing Council Board Committee List

S. N.NameDesignation
1S.Birdi Gurdev SinghPresident
2S.Anand Harjit SinghMember
3S.Chhabra Balbir SinghMember
4S.Surinder Singh KochharMember
5S.Sahni Bhujbalbir SinghMember
6S.Permindur SinghMember
7Dr.Amit DuttaMember
8Dr. Abhay E.WaghMember
9Dr.Anand PawarMember
11Dr.N.G. NikamMember

 Academic Advisory Committee List

Sr.No.Name Designation
1Dr . K.N.NandurkarPrincipal,KKW College of Engineering and Research, Nasik
2Dr. O.G.KulkarniAdviser & Consulting Engineer
3Dr. Prafulla KarkhanisArchitect & Consulting Engineer
4Dr. B.E.KushareHOD-EE,KKW College of Engineering & Research,Nasik
5Mr.Alok MishraJr. Project Office,MCED
6Mrs.Apurva JakhadiDirector, Shri Engineers, Nashik
7Permindur SinghCEO,Guru Gobind Singh Foundation, Nashik
8Prof. S.R.UpasaniPrincipal,GGSP,Nasik
9Mrs. S.A.KolheHOD(E&TC) GGSP,Nasik
10Mrs. G.R.JagtapHOD(CO) GGSP,Nasik
11Mr. S.M.MoreHOD(EE) GGSP,Nasik
12Mr. P.G.ChavanHOD(CE) GGSP,Nasik
13Mr. S.K.PatilHOD(APS) GGSP,Nasik
14Mr. V.K.DhagateHOD(ME-II) GGSP,Nasik
16Mr. D.S.WelkarTrainning and Placement Officer, GGSP,Nasik
17Mrs. C.D.PatilCo-ordinator,Academic Advisory,GGSP,Nashik

Industry Institute Interaction

To enhance the better interaction in between of institution and industry is very much essential for the Todays world, and it makes a good platform for showcasing best practice, latest technological advancements and their implementation and impact on the industry.
The main objective of interaction between of industry and institute is to improve the quality technical education adequately to meet the needs of the industry and economy. Industry Institute Interaction continuously supplied input to better teaching-learning processes, create awareness among the students about the environment of industry, provide real practical knowledge to students and provide self-confidence for students to become an entrepreneur.
Activities under Industry Institute Interaction
A wide variety of activities has been taken up in collaboration with industry to improve the quality of students. All concerned have freedom to think of additional inputs from industry, relate them to functions of technical education system, ultimate outcomes and system improvement.
Some of the major activities in the area of industry-institute interaction are,

  • Memorandum of Understanding(MOU)

    • An MOU is a general agreement between Institute and institution that states both parties are interested in furthering collaboration on academic activities.
    • The purpose of this Memorandum of Understanding is to provide a foundation and framework for closer collaboration between the College and the Association for their mutual benefit.
    • We have signed 22 MOU with reputed companies.
  • Project Sponsorship & Consultancy

The purpose of this activity is

  • To update the knowledge and skill of students, the research development and consultancy activities have been undertaken by the institute.
  • To understand the business process and makes them ready for the corporate careers ahead.
  • This activity done once in each semester
  • The institute encourages faculty members to take Government/Private consultancy projects for knowledge enhancement and fulfilling Social responsibilities.
  • Implant training

    • Implant Training will provide an industrial exposure to the students as well as to develop their career in the high tech industrial requirements. Reputed companies are providing implant training to Students. Here students are initially get counseled in order to emerge out their interest in various streams and what are all the basic concepts they know on that domain.
    • This activity arranged for Second & Third year students of 4-6 week to develop technical oriented concepts that turn graduates into employable assets.
  • Continuing Education

    • The institution has identified some continuing education programmes for working professionals with changing industrial requirements.
    • The purpose of Continuing Education is to provide opportunities for students to pursue lifelong learning. We provide quality learning, training and recreational opportunities in a variety of subjects.
  • Entrepreneurship Development Cell

    • Entrepreneurship Development Cell was started with the object of promoting specialized knowledge in the field of Entrepreneurship Development.
    • To motivate students to undergo Entrepreneurship Development Program (EDP), skill development training and enhance self-employment opportunities.
    • To transfer the technical know-how and assist the students in setting up entrepreneurial enterprises.
    • With the industrial globalisation, the enterprises have to be developed by the potential engineers, so 6 entrepreneurship development programmes have been organized in the institute.
  • Career Guidance and job Placement of students

    • Job Placement Cell of GGSP provides guidance and all the assistance for the students in order to achieve their career goals. The unit takes right steps in identifying the demands of the current industry and prepares our students towards this need. Adequate emphasis is given for soft skill development complementing the regular academic programmes
    • The goal of Training &Placement Cell is to provide employment opportunities and market ready training to Students.
    • To provide ultimate satisfaction to our valuable students by offering the companies of their choice according to their eligibility.
    • To provide career guidance through counseling and one to one interactions with Average and below average students.
  • Hands – on Workshop

    • Arranged various workshops to provide students with a strong conceptual and practical framework to build.
    • It is 3 days or 2 week activity.
  • Industrial Visit

    • The students of 2nd, 3rd year are encouraged to go for industrial visits with the objective of visualizing the things studied in the theory and expose themselves to the industrial working environment.
    • Minimum two industrial visits of 1 or 2 days are planned in each semester.
  • Expert Lectures

    • Practical approach with theoretical knowledge is the necessity to learn any field. Guest lectures enable the students in enriching the latest updates regarding avenues for higher studies and jobs as well as the need of the industry.
    • While handling the real modern life challenges one must need the best academician with leadership quality and knowledge about soft skills. We invite the eminent personalities of various fields and stalwarts of the industry to lend valuable information from their firsthand experience which is serve as an ideal platform for the students.
    • The industry experts get idea about upcoming technologies and current market scenario.
    • Minimum 4 guest lectures are planned in each semester.
  • Industrial Training for Faculty Members

    • The purpose of Industrial Training is to expose faculty to real work of environment experience and at the same time, to gain the knowledge through hands on observation and job execution.
    • From the industrial training, the faculty will also develop skills in work ethics, communication, management and others. Moreover, this practical training program allows students to relate theoretical knowledge with its application in the manufacturing industry.
    • It is 3 days or 2 week activity.

Institute Curriculum Implementation Unit  Shift-I Committee List(0369)

S.N.Name of StaffPostOfficials
1S. G.S. BirdiPresident G.G.S.F.Ex officio Chairman
2S.Permindur SinghC.E.O. (GGSF)Ex officio Member
3Mr. S. R. UpasaniPrincipalEx officio Member
(IAMC Co-ordinator)
4Mr.V.K.DhagateWorkshop Supt.& HOD             (ME-II)Ex officio Member
5Mrs. S.A. KolheHOD – EJEx officio Member
6Mrs. G. R. JagtapHOD – CO                          (EAMC Co-ordinator)Ex officio Member
7Mr. P. G. ChavanHOD – CEEx officio Member
8Mr. S.M. MoreHOD – EEEx officio Member
9Mr. S. S. PatilHOD  APSEx officio Member
10Mr. P .K. AhireAcademic Co-ordinatorEx officio Member
11Mr. B. A. BurkuleStaff MemberFaculty representative
12Shamita N. KapoteStudent Representative                      (TY-CO)Member
13Aditya V. TappuStudent Representative                    (SY-ME)Member
14Mr. Ravindra D. NimbalkarParent RepresentativeMember

Institute Curriculum Implementation Unit  Shift-II Committee List(1753)

S.N.Name of StaffPostOfficials
1S. G. S. BirdiPresident G.G.S.F.Ex officio Chairman
2S. Permindur SinghC.E.O. (GGSF)Ex officio Member
3Mr. S. R. UpasaniPrincipalEx officio Member
4Mr. V.K.DhagateWorkshop Supt.& HOD             (ME-II)Ex officio Member
5Mrs. G. R. JagtapEAMC Co-ordinatorEx officio Member
6Mr. S. A. PatilAcademic Co-ordinator & IAMC Co-ordinatorEx officio Member
7Mr. G.D.WaghStaff MemberFaculty representative
8Mr. A.A.ShaikhStaff MemberFaculty representative
9Gaurav B. AgaleStudent Representative (TY-ME)Member
10Shivani S.TidmeStudent Representative (SY-ME)Member
11Dr. Sharad L. MuthalParent RepresentativeMember