Father Agnel Polytechnic
The Fr. Agnel Polytechnic, Gautam Nagar, New Delhi was established in the year 1994 by Agnel Ashram Fathers. Agnel Charities under whose management and control the polytechnic runs believe in the principles of social justice and secularism and work for an integrated rational, egalitarian and caring society. All the Agnel institutions are open to one and all regardless of caste, creed or social status. The students are, therefore, made not only to acquire technical competencies but also inculcate discipline, moral values and respect for others. The polytechnic is approved by AICTE and affiliated to the Board of Technical education, New Delhi .
Fr. Agnel Polytechnic with its motto “Excellence through competency and discipline” caters to the needs of the prospering society and high-tech industries with its quality education and premium grade infrastructure. It is rated as one of the best institutions in the self-financing sector. The Polytechnic is centrally located near Gulmohar Park and Niti Bagh in South Delhi and has adequate transport facilities available from all parts of the city. Fr. Agnel Polytechnic, Gautam Nagar, New Delhi is a part of the Agnel Ashram family. The Agnel Ashram Fathers comprise a group of priests and brothers, along with some dedicated and patriotic co-workers, who during the last 45 years built a well-knit family of Agnelities. Rising above all religious, communal and social differences, this unique family has been instrumental in propounding a MOVEMENT that has sent outstanding waves in the realm of education. The movement originated way back in 1957 in Mumbai. It started from Bandra (Mumbai) and over the years, it has spread its wings and established schools, polytechnics and engineering colleges in
Believing in the guiding principle that “Every student entrusted to us is a special gift of GOD”, the Agnel Ashram schools, polytechnics and Engineering Colleges have set the highest standards of academic and overall excellence. Today, our family consists of around 30,000 students.