Shortage of Attendance
to the College
The Agnel Fathers with a view providing the
supervisory manpower competent enough to meet the needs of
shops floor production and to face the practical
production problems with confidence started Agnel
Technical College in the year 1969.
With this objective, in the year 1969
permission from the government of Maharashtra was obtained
to start a full time 4 1/2 years Diploma course in
Mechanical Engineering (Sandwich Pattern) with an intake of 60 students.
Students are trained for two semesters intensively in industries. Over
the years the diploma was converted in to 4 years Diploma course in
Production Engineering (sandwich pattern). With an intension of
upgrading the qualification of the working people, part-time course of
Diploma in Production engineering was started in the year 1976 with an
intake of 45 students.
Due to continuous excellence achieved by the College, Academic Autonomy was
granted by the Government of Maharashtra Of college in 1987 and the
College introduced flexibility in 1991.
Before the introduction of autonomy, the
British Council in collaboration with T.T.T.I., Bhopal, involved college in autonomous
project implementation for 4 to 5 years in the areas of laboratory
innovations, curriculum development, student assessment and management
information. The multi point entry and credit system introduced by the
college enables the student with higher qualification for complete the
diploma in a shorter duration by taking exemption in the subjects
already covered by them.