Padmakar Patil

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Padmakar Patil
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Ex Zilla Parishad Chairman for Bidar
Ex Chairman KSSIDC, Govt. of Karnataka
Ex Chairman Kavika, Karnataka
Personal details
Born01 June 1965
Chandanhalli, Karnataka
Political partyBharatiya Janata Party
Spouse(s)Ranjana Patil
Children3
ResidenceHumnabad, Karnataka, India
Alma materSri Siddhartha Institute of Technology, Tumkur (B.E. in Mechanical Engineering)

Padmakar Patil is an Indian politician[1] from the state of Karnataka. He served as the Zilla Parishad Chairman from Bidar district and also served as the chairman[2] of KSSIDC (Karnataka State Small Industries Development Corporation Ltd) in the past.

He had contested for the Humnabad Karnataka Legislative Assembly constituency in Kalyana-Karnataka region of Karnataka in 2013[3][4]. He is a member of the Bharatiya Janata Party and a dominant leader from the Maratha community in Karnataka.

Early Career[edit | edit source]

Patil started as a lecturer and assistant professor at Maharashtra College of Engineering Nilanga and served as the HOD (Head of Department) for the mechanical engineering department there. His teaching career spanned twelve years. He established educational institutions in Bidar district.

Life and background[edit | edit source]

Patil was born in Chandanhalli, Bidar, Karnataka to Shankar Rao Patil and Anjana Bai Patil. His father was involved in the Indian freedom struggle. He is a B.E. in Mechanical Engineering from Sri Siddhartha Institute of Technology, Tumkur. He is married to Ranjana Patil and has a daughter and two sons.

References[edit | edit source]

  1. "My Neta - Padmakar Patil". My Neta.
  2. "Chairpersons to 16 boards, corporations appointed". New Indian Express. 17 January 2013.
  3. "Contesting candidates for election to Karnataka Legislative Assembly from Humnabad Constituency - 2013" (PDF). CEO (Election Commission) Karnataka.
  4. "India Votes - AC Summary: Homnabad 2013". India Votes - India's Largest Election Database.

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