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Dr. Kamala D. Dhawale

       Dr(Smt). Kamala David Dhawale the Incharge Principal of CSI College of Comerce, Dharwad, is an Associate Professor of English, She has a Master’s Degree in English, with M.Phil and Ph.D from Karnatak University, Dharwad. She has also cleared her SLET. Having a teaching experience more than 23 years, she has presented paper in World Conference, International conferences, published papers in Journals of repute. She has attended and presented papers in National workshops and participated in State Level Workshops. She has worked as co-opted BOS member, Rani Chennamma University, Belagavi, and is BOS Member, RLS Institute of Science, Belgavi and is the Treasurer, Alumini Associaton, Dept. of English, Karnatak University, Dharwad.

She is a Trainer for Soft Skills and UGC Sponsored Capacity Building of Women Managers in Higher Education.



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We cannot forget the invaluable services rendered by our former Principals.


Prof. John Satyanathan was instrumental in establishing this college. He was the formerly Principal of Kittel College. He took charge of the new coollege as its In-charge Principal. During his short tenure of one year 1973 - 74, he put in much effort to set tyhe college on the right track.

2. PROF. N. B. GHODKE (1974-1990) :

Prof. N.B. Ghodke took charge as Principal in 1974. Earlier, he had served as a lecturer in Economics at Yeshwant Mahavidyalaya, Nanded. Further, he joined Kittel College and served as Reader in Economics. He was an eminent scholar, renowned economist, great orator, prolific writer and an able administrator. He served for 16 years as a Principal. He was nominated by the Government of Karnataka twice as a member of Syndicate and once as member of Senate of Karnatak University, Dharwad. He laid good foundation for the all-round development of the college.

3. PROF.A.E. GOUDER (1990-95) :

Prof. A. E. Gouder served in this college as a Lecturer in Commerce, right from its inception. He became the Principal in 1990. Before coming to this college, he had served in the Kittel College. He was known for his discipline and good administration.

4. Dr. C.V. RAO (01.07.1995 to 31.10.1995) :

Dr.C.V. Rao was working in our sister institution, Kittel Science College since 1976 as a Professor and Head of the Department of English. He was appointed as the Principal of this college on 01.07.1995. Although he served for a short span of time he left his indelible impression as a good administrator.

5. Dr. S. N. HANCHINMANI (1995-2002) :

As a teacher in accountancy he won the admiration of students. Dr. S. N. Hanchinmani was working in our sister institution Kittel College as a Lecturer in Commerce, earlier. His services were transferred to this college in 1976. He worked as a Lecturer and Head of the Department of Commerce till 1995. He assumed his office as the Principal of this college on 1st November, 1995. He was the most popular teacher particularly in Accountancy. He was a very resourceful person and a dynamic administrator. By getting UGC grant and support from the Management, he made all efforts to extend the college building and improved the library. He further took keen interest in introducing a new course namely, B.C.A. (Bachelor of Computer Applications) a degree course catering to the needs of the hour.

6. Dr. I. S. Malekar (2002-2014)

Dr I.S. Malekar, Associate Professor of English in Kittel Science College, took over the reins of the college as Principal with the superannuation of Dr. M.N. Hanchinmani. During his tenure as the Principal, the College saw many improvements in all aspects. He put in immense effort in enhancing the infrastructure of the college. It was in his time that the Auditorium, Gym, Internet Centre in the Library and extension of Office, Computer Lab and Ladies Room was undertaken and completed.  A teacher of English, with a great love for the Language, he introduced various Certificate Courses like Communication Skills and Public Speaking Skills. He provided ample scope for the all round development of students with special emphasis to drama and music.