VTU Solved Papers PDF: Situated in the state of in Karnataka, India, VTU is a collegiate public state university. Government of Karnataka established Visvesvaraya Technological University with the sole purpose of imparting quality education to student of Karnataka and the rest of India. In one way, you can say for colleges offering any program in technology or engineering in Karnataka to be affiliated with the VTU.
VTU is named after Sir M Visvesvaraya from the state, the only engineer to be awarded a Bharat Ratna. The University headquarters is at Jnana Sangama, Belagavi. Apart from that, the VTU has three regional centers in Gulbarga, Bangalore and Mysore.
Now this fact will surprise many students, VTU with 212 colleges affiliated to it with an intake capacity of over 467,100 undergraduate students and 12,666 postgraduate students is the third largest university in India.
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