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Mission

GFGC provide students with a sense of history, an understanding of values and ethics, a commitment to law and morality, an appreciation of human creativity and an analytical, inquiring mind.

Vision

Our vision is to provide a happy, caring and stimulating environment where student will recognize and achieve their fullest potential, so that they can make their best contribution to society.

 


WELCOME TO GFGC HONNALI

Government First Grade College, Honnali is a Government of Karnataka run educational institution affiliated to DAVANGERE UNIVERSITY. This College aims at providing higher education to the students from rural and semi-urban areas of economically and socially backward classes. This college has educated many students, who have settled and attained good positions in the society.

A Talluk head quarter in Davanagere District of Karnataka State. Honnali has mythical incident behind it is name i.e. Shree Jadeyashankara Guruji on the way to Balehonnuru from Srishaila makes a miracle by crossing the river sitting on a shepherds, blanket. In Honnali, Guruji makes a dried tree getting sprouting leaves. The people swarming around call the place Honnarali later it becomes Honnalli (Honnu means gold arali means eflorscened blossoming). It is located between tropical and plain territories on the left bank of Tunga Bhadra. Western part is covered with hill stations.

HISTORICITY OF HONNALI

We see forts and cellar dross all over, which are said to be built by Chaluva Rangappa Naik of Vijayanagar Empire, having Belagutti as his kingdom; Chiluru is known for neolithic period. The historic evidences have unfolded the Navabas rule at Honnali in 17th century. It is evident that Navab Eanyath Ulla-khan had a cordial relationship with Srimatt of Honnali and participated in Gandhijis freedom movement, Sir Mirja ismail, the divanas of Mysore had given a visit to Honnali with many important activist adherents.

LITERARY BACKGROUND

We see forts and cellar dross all over, which are said to be built by Chaluva Rangappa Naik of Vijayanagar Empire, having Belagutti as his kingdom; Chiluru is known for neolithic period. The historic evidences have unfolded the Navabas rule at Honnali in 17th century. It is evident that Navab Eanyath Ulla-khan had a cordial relationship with Srimatt of Honnali and participated in Gandhijis freedom movement, Sir Mirja ismail, the divanas of Mysore had given a visit to Honnali with many important activist adherents.

FREEDOM MOVEMENT

We see forts and cellar dross all over, which are said to be built by Chaluva Rangappa Naik of Vijayanagar Empire, having Belagutti as his kingdom; Chiluru is known for neolithic period. The historic evidences have unfolded the Navabas rule at Honnali in 17th century. It is evident that Navab Eanyath Ulla-khan had a cordial relationship with Srimatt of Honnali and participated in Gandhijis freedom movement, Sir Mirja ismail, the divanas of Mysore had given a visit to Honnali with many important activist adherents.