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Prof.(Dr.) Kalpesh H Wandra

Message from the Desk of Principal…..

It is my proud privilege to welcome you all to Gujarat Maritime Board’s Polytechnic,Rajula. . This Institute has been playing a pivotal role in shaping the careers of aspiring students through creation of generations of thinkers & dreamers of tomorrow. The environment of learning in this campus is encouraging to developing a technically strong community with high ethical and moral values.

The vision of GMB Polytechnic, Rajula is to provide affordable, relevant, industry oriented and world-class professional education for all. Which has very eco-friendly campus and is equipped with state-of-art infrastructure. We have well equipped labs, workshops and library to help students in attaining highest standards in academics, research and professional skills. The campus has adequate sports infrastructure to take care of Sports, other co-curricular activities, and recreational activities. Creating better human beings’ is our motto and we can do that when we are able to mould our students to be good human beings with values. We aim to provide an overall development that nurtures them towards becoming strong and focused human beings. Soft skills and educational skills is what the institution seeks to provide every student at our campus.

I invite you to join this temple of learning and fulfil our endeavour to let you catch your wagon to the galaxy of stars.

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About Us

Strategically located with 1600 kms coastline, the longest among the maritime states of India, Gujarat is the nearest maritime outlet to Middle East, Africa and Europe with highest number of commercial cargo ports - See more at:

Vast and fertile hinterland that accounts for 40% of the total Indian trade, Gujarat has excellent rail-road connectivity that is ideal for multi-modal transportation.

The GMB ports handled around 370.7 MMT (Million Metric Tons) of traffic in the year 2017-18,as compared to 345.7MMT of traffic handled during the same period last year.