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Centurion University of Technology & Management Bill 2010 passed on 5th August: A big boost to the extremely backward and tribal Gajapati district

Following are excerpts from a report in http://www.tathya.in/news/story.asp?sno=4397.

… the Odisha Legislative Assembly (OLA) passed the Centurion University of Technology & Management Bill 2010 on 5 August. 

The new University, which will be a self financed private university, will come up at Parlakhemandi in tribal zone of the state, Gajapati district. 

The Centurion University, which is being promoted by the Jagannath Institute of Technology & Management Trust (JITM Trust) which runs Jagannath Institute of Technology and Management will run the new University. 

… Minister said the new University aims to provide high quality education and will open the School of Engineering & Technology, School of Natural Science, School of Humanities & Social Science, School of Management & Law, School of Vocational Education & Training and School of Tribal & Development Studies. 

The University will have an endowment fund of Rs.3 crore, revealed the Minister Higher Education, shall be invested and kept invested until the dissolution of the University in long term securities issued or guaranteed by the State Government. 

2 comments August 5th, 2010

Four govt. polytechnics in Malkangiri, Boudh, Gajapati and Sambalpur districts approved

Following is from a report in Pioneer.

The Centre has approved a proposal to set up four polytechnics in Malkangiri, Boudh, Gajapati and Sambalpur districts of the State.

In order to lure the youth of the Maoist-predominant areas towards technical education the Union Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD) has chalked out a plan to establish more diploma engineering institutions. Orissa being largely affected by Leftwing extremism has been benefited handsomely. Malkangiri is the State’s worst Maoist-hit district.

While each polytechnic will be established at the cost of Rs 12 crore, the MHRD has provided Rs 8 crore as the first installment. Technical Education Director Vir Vikaram Yadav said the State Government is planning to establish polytechnics in all districts. The State now has 13 polytechnics, while there are seven such private institutions imparting diploma in engineering.

With the four new institutions planned, many other districts are still left out. The new districts carved out in the 1990s, Kendrapada, Jagatsinghpur, Bhadrak, Nayagarh, Nabarangpur and Subarnapur do not have any polytechnic.

Yadav said that the State Government also decided to cover all the blocks with Industrial Training Institutes (ITIs). Accordingly, plans are afoot to cover 125 blocks which are yet to have an ITI.

2 comments January 25th, 2009

Excerpts from the IIT Bhubaneswar convocation brochure

Following are excerpts from the IIT Bhubaneswar convocation brochure.

Temporary Campuses

The Institute is currently operating from a number of campuses which include IIT Kharagpur Extension Centre at Samantapuri, Toshali Campus at Satyanagar and Workshop cum laboratory complex at Samantapuri. The Government of Odisha has provided us about one (1) acre of land on which we have constructed the Workshop cum Laboratory complex (3,010 sq. meters). The Government of Odisha has also made available two towers at Toshali Bhawan (10,000 sq. meters) which we have renovated. We are also getting generous support, in more ways than one, from Institute of Minerals, Metallurgical and Materials Technology (CSIR-IMMT) and Central Tool Room and Training Centre (CTTC). I sincerely thank all the members of these institutions for their continued support.

IIT Bhubaneswar is well equipped with modern class rooms and undergraduate/research laboratories. All the class rooms are fitted with multimedia projectors, internet facilities and wireless connectivity. The Institute has designed and developed three virtual class rooms (VCR) sponsored by National Knowledge Network (NKN). These virtual class-rooms are equipped with high end AV and teaching equipment and are connected to the NKN by means of a dedicated 1Gbps leased line. The VCR facilities provide real time interaction among the students and faculty members of our Institute and those from other institutions.

IITs are known for the de rigueur to have a residential campus in order to facilitate one-to-one human interaction. The Government of Odisha has provided us 14 flats at Government Colony, Gajapati Nagar. We have found cooperation from the housing society in SBI Colony Kesura (10 km from city centre) wherein we have hired 65 HIG/ MIG flats for the accommodation of our students, few of our staff and faculty members. Another hostel at Madanpur (15 km from the city centre) has been provided for M. Tech. students and Ph. D. scholars. In addition, IIT Kharagpur has constructed a new 200 capacity Dr. A. N. Khosla Hall of Residence at Samantapuri for the students of this Institute. I take this opportunity to thank IIT Kharagpur for constructing the hostel which is of great convenience to us. I would also like to put on record my deep appreciation to the students, the staff and faculty members who have to commute regularly between their residence and the various academic campuses. I am aware that this is strenuous. But I am hopeful that our students, faculty and staff members would bear it and be a part of the history in the making.

Permanent Campus

The Foundation Stone of the permanent campus at Arugul (near Jatni) was laid on 12th February 2009. The Government of Odisha allotted 936 acres of land at Arugul for developing this IIT of which the Institute has already taken possession of 598 acres. The Government of Odisha has started construction of a 4-lane access road to the campus from the National Highway No. 5. The work on water and electric supplies to the campus is also in progress. The Government of Odisha has also agreed to provide 75 acres of land on the Puri–Konark coast line to set up an Innovation Centre for Climate Change for the School of Earth, Ocean and Climate Sciences.

Out of 19 km, construction of 13 km of boundary wall has been completed. More than 10 bore wells have been sunk to facilitate construction work. The Institute has also taken up tree plantation programme for its new campus.

The master plan of the new campus at Arugul has been approved for 10,000 students, 1000 faculty and 1100 supporting staff and the total construction should be completed in 3-phases in next 12-15 years. The Ground Breaking Ceremony was organized on 14th August 2011. The work for land grading, road and other related construction have started. The Government of India has approved construction of 221,000 sq. meters of covered area in the 1st phase. Our consultant has completed the designing of 130,000 sq. meters of covered areas for various Schools, residential quarters, hostels and other service/administrative buildings for construction based on the availability of fund in the initial phase. Clearances for construction from various statutory bodies have been obtained. The tendering process for part of the construction is over and I am very happy to announce that CPWD has just started the construction of the hostel complex. Our consultant and CPWD are also ready for tendering for the remaining part of construction. The Institute plans to move to its permanent campus by the beginning of 2014.

Academics

Academic Schools We began our journey with a mission to promote a borderless academic environment with the concept of Schools, rather than Departments to enable and encourage the academic staff and students to work in an interdisciplinary environment. Initially the following five (5) schools were set up:

● School of Basic Sciences (Bioscience, Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics)

● School of Electrical Sciences (Computer Science and Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Electronics & Communication Engineering, Energy, Instrumentation, Learning Sciences)

● School of Humanities, Social Sciences and Management (Economics, English, Management, Psychology)

● School of Infrastructure (Architecture, Civil Engineering, Town Planning, Traffic & Transportation Engineering Urban Design)

● School of Mechanical Sciences (Aerospace Engineering, Manufacturing & Industrial Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Naval Architecture)

The state of Odisha and neighborhood including the vast coastline is rich in mineral resources and biodiversity. The region is also adversely affected by flood, cyclone and other natural calamities. In view of this, the Institute has set up the following two (2) Schools:

● School of Earth, Ocean and Climate Sciences

● School of Mineral, Metallurgical and Materials Engineering

The Institute is also setting up an Innovation Centre for Climate Change on the Puri-Konark coast line. The following Schools are proposed to be set up in the second phase of expansion:

● School of Chemical and Biochemical Engineering (Biochemical, Biomedical and Chemical)

● School of Design and Creative Arts

Academic Activities

The Institute started its journey in 2008 with a total of 94 students in three (3) undergraduate programmes viz. Civil, Electrical and Mechanical Engineering, with an intake of 40 students in each programme. The Institute has introduced Ph. D. programme from 2009. From July 2012 we have started postgraduate (Joint M. Tech. – Ph. D.) programmes in Electronics & Communication Engineering, Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Climate Science & Technology, Applied Geoscience and Materials Science & Engineering. The Institute is going to start Joint M. Sc. – Ph. D. program in Chemistry, Earth Science, Physics and Mathematics from the next academic session.

Currently the Institute has 571 students (B. Tech. 456; Preparatory 2; M. Tech. 41; Ph. D. 72), 70 full-time faculty members, 1 Chair Professor, 6 officers and 40 supporting staff.

It is heartening to note that the pioneer batch of undergraduate students who are receiving their degree today are all placed. Many of the students have received offer of admission/scholarships from prestigious universities abroad: Stanford University, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, Cornel University, Ohio State University, Pennsylvania State University, University of Texas, Imperial College of London to name a few.

Research & Development

Activities: In-house, Sponsored, Consultancy Our faculty members, research scholars and undergraduate students have been actively pursuing research in varying areas. The Institute has received a number of sponsored projects from various funding agencies like DST, CSIR, DBT and DRDO and consultancy from industries worth more than Rupees 480 lakhs. The faculty members are also engaged in various consultancy activities. Project proposals worth more than Rupees 700 lakhs have been submitted.

IIT Bhubaneswar has been successful in its bid for the following UK-India Education and Research Initiative (UKIERI) projects:

Joint Masters and Split-Site Ph. D. Programme: An Integrated Doctoral and Masters Programme with the University of Warwick – To develop an integrated suite of postgraduate joint degree programmes.

Thematic Partnerships Programme 1: UKIERI Thematic Partnership in Low Carbon Materials Technologies, Innovation and Application jointly with the University of Warwick – To enable the rapid and effective introduction of new steel and multi-material combinations, for new applications addressing the global imperative of carbon reduction.

Thematic Partnerships Programme 2: UKIERI Thematic Partnership jointly with the University of Southampton and National Oceanography Centre and University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth – To establish the School of Earth, Ocean and Climate Sciences at the Indian Institute of Technology Bhubaneswar and Marine Campus on the Bay of Bengal.

I would like to highlight in brief the ongoing R&D activities in various Schools:

The School of Basic Sciences is a cluster of disciplines namely Bioscience, Chemistry, Mathematics and Physics. The School is carrying out research in the areas of multimetallic catalysis, organometallic chemistry, supramolecular chemistry, coordination chemistry, synthesis of natural products and intermediates. The research work in biosciences is focused on understanding the structure and function of various proteins of eye lenses, leprosy, and tuberculosis. The research in high energy physics is focused on understanding fundamental particles and their interaction using theoretical tools such as string theory, and experimental setup in collaboration with CERN, Geneva. Specific areas include conformed field theory, pure spinor formalism of superstrings, super symmetry and black holes. A number of projects have been undertaken in the area of the plasmonics, photonics, ion-surface interactions, design and development of sensors, magnetic grids, energy storage devices and optoelectronic devices. Multidisciplinary work is underway in the area of nanomaterial-based device design, assembling and clustering. On-going research in mathematics includes complex dynamics and fractals, variational inequalities and complementary problems, queuing theory, mechanics, computational fluid dynamics, algebraic graph theory, neural network and artificial intelligence.

The major R & D activities of the School of Earth, Ocean and Climate Sciences includes monitoring, prediction and providing mitigation solutions for natural disasters with sound and precise observational network of meteorological, oceanographic, geological and geophysical instruments combined with data-assimilative modeling in a multi-institutional framework and use of Information and Communication Technology (ICT), thereby becoming a hub of such activities on the east coast of India with an international presence. The thrust areas are: Climate Modeling, Modeling of extreme events, Cloud Physics, Numerical Weather Prediction, Natural Resources-exploration and utilization, Climate Change and its Effects, Biological Oceanography, Application of the Space Technology for the Study of the Earth System Science, Soil Water Interactions, Waste Utilization, and Pollutant Pathways.

The research activities in the School of Electrical Sciences includes the following: Antenna Design, Smart Antenna Techniques for MIMO Systems, Radio Frequency Identification System Design & Application, Non-Destructive Testing Methods, Digital Signal Processing, Speech & Real Time Interactive-Audio Processing, Active Noise Control, Cognitive Radio, Sensor Networks, Intelligent Instrumentation, OptoElectronic Devices, Long-haul Optical Communication System Design, Optical Sensor, Communication & Wireless Communication System Modeling & Design, Semiconductor Material & Device Characterization, Wide Band Gap Semiconductor Devices, MMICS, Decoupling & Robust Control, Periodic Feedback Control, Power Quality Analysis, Custom Power Devices, Renewable Energy Sources, Application of SoftComputing Techniques to Power Systems, Intelligent Protection to Transmission Systems-Facts, Micro & Smart Grids, Distributed Generation & Dynamic Security Assessment in Large Power Network, Structural Health, Integrity Analysis & Monitoring (SHIM).

The School of Humanities, Social Science & Management is pursuing research in the areas of Environmental Economics, Natural Resources Economics, Macroeconomics, Development, Economics & Rural Development, Indian Writing in English, Post-Colonial Literature, Travel Writing, Business Communication, American Literature, Canadian Literature, ELT, Cross Cultural Communication, Autobiography, Consumer Behaviour, Cyber Psychology, Clinical Psychology, Cognitive Psychology, Cognitive Neuroscience, Psycholinguistics, Psychology of Personality, Marketing.

The present research in the School of Infrastructure are in the thrust areas of Concrete Technology, Earthquake Engineering, Traffic Flow Modeling, Travel Demand Modeling, Travel Behaviour Analysis, Transportation System Planning & Policy Address, Energy Geotechnology, Soil-Structure Interaction, Fluvial Hydraulics, Waste Water Engineering, Water Resources Engineering, Study of Unsaturated Soils Behavior.

The School of Mineral, Metallurgical and Materials Engineering is actively pursuing research in the areas of Solidification Processing, Metal Matrix Composites, Ti-Based Alloy, Automotive Applications, In-situ Metal Matrix Composites, Semi-solid Processing, StructureProperty-Processing Correlations in Metals, High Cycle Fatigue and Fracture in Metals, Friction Stir Welding/Processing, Modeling & Simulation, Structural & Magnetic Frustration of Materials, Synchrotron and Neutron diffraction, 3-D Atom probe (LEAP), Metallic Glasses, Process Modeling & Study of Diffusion in Solids.

The School of Mechanical Sciences conducts R&D activities in the following areas: Computer-Aided Design & Manufacturing, Robotics & Controls, IC Engines, Multi-Phase Flow, Computational Fluid Dynamics, Conjugate Heat Transfer, High Reynolds Number Turbulence, Optical Flow Diagnostics, Turbulence Modeling & Simulation and Acoustics, Composite Materials, Sandwich Structures, Fracture Mechanics, Material Science, Green Supply Chain Management.

Publications

Within 3 years of existence in the city of Bhubaneswar, the faculty members and students have contributed to creating new knowledge by publishing 230 original research papers in National and International Journals of repute, and 20 books/book-chapters. Besides, 128 papers have been presented in various National and International Conferences in India and abroad. Our undergraduate students have also made technical presentations in conferences, nationally and internationally.

Endowment

Industries have come forward to join us in developing this new IIT. The MGM Minerals Group has established a perpetual “MGM Chair Professorship” in the School of Minerals, Metallurgical and Materials Engineering with an endowment of Rs 300 lakhs. In addition the MGM Minerals Group has instituted two awards for best B. Tech. theses (Electrical and Mechanical Engineering) in memory of Tejaswi and Dinesh, two budding students of our Institute, whom we lost in a tragic train accident in March 2011.

Add comment October 10th, 2012

12th plan envisions to have a medical college in each of the 641 districts of India??

Following are excerpts from a report in dnaindia.com.

In order to bring down the shortage of doctors and improve healthcare services at the minutest level, the government is planning to have medical colleges in each district.

It has plans to convert district hospitals into training institute the paramedical personnel as well.

Besides, the government also plans to integrate AYUSH doctors and have capacity building programmes for other traditional healthcare providers such as Registered Medical Practitioners (RMPs) and Traditional Birth Attendants (TBA) so that traditional care practices and local remedies are encouraged.

… As of now medical colleges are concentrated in only 193 districts of the country … The rest 447 districts do not have any medical college.

Against 335 colleges, there are about 319 Auxiliary nurses and midwives (ANM) training schools, 49 health and family welfare training schools and only 34 LHV (Lady Health Visitor) schools.

The present doctor patient ratio 0.6 per 1000 while the ratio of health workers (including midwives, nurses etc) is 2.5 per 1000.

“To fill the gap in training needs of paramedical professionals, the 12th Plan proposes to develop each of the district hospitals into knowledge centres, and 4,535 CHCs into training institutions,” says the Planning Commission report.

Odisha with its 30 districts will greatly benefit by this plan. In Odisha only 4 of its districts currently have medical colleges: they are Cuttack, Khorda, Sambalpur and Ganjam. The 26 districts in Odisha that do not yet have medical colleges are: Angul (*), Boudha, Bhadrak, Balangir, Baragarh, Balasore, Deogarh, Dhenanal, Gajapati, Jharsuguda, Jajpur, Jagatsignhpur, Keonjhar, Kalahandi (*), Kandhamal, Koraput, Kendrapada, Malkangiri, Mayurbhanj, Nawarangpur, Nuapada, Nayagarh, Puri, Rayagada, Subarnapur, Sundergarh (*). Among these 26, private medical colleges are under construction in Angul (by MCL and NTPC), Kalahandi (WODC), and Sundergarh (in Rourkela by Hi-Tech).

1 comment August 30th, 2011

Status of IIT Bhubaneswar three years after its inception – excerpts from its Director Prof. Madhusudan Chakraborty’s address on its 4th institute day celebration on 22nd July 2011

Today, the 22nd July, is a very auspicious day for us. It is on this day in 2008, the society of IIT Bhubaneswar was registered. Further, the date assumes more significance as we began our academic programme from the city of Bhubaneswar for the first time on 22nd July 2009. I wish to avail this opportunity to congratulate our students, staff, officers and faculty, who all are working as a dedicated team to develop this new IIT, for successfully completing 2 years of existence in the city of Bhubaneswar.

Infrastructure:

Temporary Campuses
We started our journey in 2008 from the campus of IIT Kharagpur. As mentioned earlier, we commenced our operation from the city of Bhubaneswar from 22nd July 2009. Currently, we are operating from a number of campuses which include IIT Kharagpur Extension Centre, Toshali Plaza at Satyanagar and Workshop cum laboratory complex near IIT Kharagpur extension Centre. Government of Odisha provided us about one (1) acre of land on which we have already constructed a new workshop cum laboratory complex (22000 sq. meters). The Government of Odisha also provided us two towers of Toshali Bhavan which we have already renovated. In addition IIT Kharagpur has constructed a new 200 capacity Dr. A. N. Khosla Hall of Residence near the Workshop cum Laboratory Complex for the students of this Institute. I must avail this opportunity to thank IIT Kharagpur for constructing the hostel which is of great convenience to us. We are also getting support of some of the sister Institutes like IMMT (CSIR) and Central Tool Room and Training Centre.

The class rooms and the laboratories are in place in our campuses at IIT Kharagpur Extension Centre, Toshali Plaza and the New Workshop cum Laboratory Complex.

IIT Bhubaneswar is well equipped with modern Teaching rooms and Teaching and Research Laboratories. All the class rooms are fitted with Multimedia Projectors, Internet Facilities and Wireless Connectivity. Besides the Normal teaching rooms, The Institute designed and developed three Virtual Class Rooms (VCR) sponsored by National Knowledge Networks (NKN). These rooms facilitate Real time on campus and Off-campus teaching learning process. These rooms are equipped with high end and high resolution equipment to facilitate the real time interaction among the students and teachers of the campus and as well as off campus students and faculty members. These class rooms are connected to the NKN Network by means of a dedicated 1GBPS Leased Lines.

The Government of Odisha has provided us 14 flats at Government Colony, Gajapati Nagar. We are fortunate to have found cooperation from the Housing Complex in SBI Colony Kesura wherein we have hired about 60 HIG 3 bed-roomed flats and few MIG flats for accommodation of our students and faculty. While the 3rd and 4th year male students have been being accommodated in the A. N. Khosla Hall of Residence, we have to accommodate others (all the girl students, research scholars and 1st and 2nd year students) in SBI Colony Kesura, 10 KM away from our academic campus. I may avail this opportunity to put on records my deep appreciation of the students, the staff and faculty who have to commute regularly between their residence and the various academic campuses. I am aware that this is strenuous. But I am sure our students, faculty and staff will accommodate the strains and be a part of the history in the making.

Permanent campus
The Foundation Stone of our campus at Arugul was laid on 12th February 2009. The Government of Odisha has allotted 936 acres of land at Arugul (near Jatni) for developing this new IIT of which we already have taken advanced possession of 598 acres. The Government of Odisha has started construction of 4 lane access road to IIT Campus from the National Highway 5. The work on water supply and electric supply to the campus is also in progress. The power supply systems for construction are virtually ready. The Honourable Chief Minister himself as well as the Chief Secretary of the Sate are taking active interests in the developmental work and are addressing issues that need their constant attention. It may not be out of place to mention that the Government of Odisha has also agreed to provide us 75 acres of land on Puri–Konark coast to set up an Innovation Centre for Climate Change.

Out of total 19 KM, we already have completed construction of 8 Km of boundary wall. About 10 bore wells have been sunk to facilitate construction work. IIT Bhubaneswar has also taken up tree plantation programme for its new campus.

The master plan of the new campus at Arugul for 10, 000 students, 1000 faculty and 1100 supporting staff has been approved and the total construction should be completed in 3 phases in next 12-15 years. The work for land grading, road and other related construction are expected to begin in August 2011. While the Government of India has approved construction of 2, 21,000 sq meter of covered area in the 1st phase, our consultant has already completed conceptual design of 1, 20, 000 sq meters of covered areas for various schools, residential quarters, hostels and other service/administrative buildings based on the availability of fund in the initial phase. Applications for clearance form statutory bodies (e.g. forest, BDA, environment) are under process and such clearance are expected shortly. We expect the tendering process to be over and hope that CPWD would be able to start the construction work by the end of this year or early next year. We are planning to move to our new campus by end 2013 or beginning 2014.

Academics

Academic Schools
IIT Bhubaneswar promotes a borderless academic environment: We have the concept of Schools, rather than Departments. We encourage academic staff and students to work together in an interdisciplinary environment. Initially we had set up the following five (5) schools:

• School of Basic Sciences (Physics, Chemistry, Bioscience, Mathematics)

• School of Humanities, Social Sciences and Management

• School of Mechanical Sciences (Mechanical, Manufacturing & Industrial Engineering, Aerospace Engineering, Naval Architecture)

• School of Infrastructure (Civil Engineering, Architecture, Urban Design, Town Planning, Traffic & Transportation Engineering)

• School of Electrical Sciences (Electrical Engineering, Electronics Communication Engineering, Computer Science and Engineering, Energy, Learning Sciences, Instrumentation)

The Institute has just set up the following two (2) new Schools:

• School of Mineral, Metallurgical and Materials Engineering – Materials, Metallurgy, Mining (Relevant to the Rich Resources of metals and minerals in the region)

• School of Earth Ocean and Climate Sciences (Relevant to the region keeping in view the vast Coast Line, Rich Biodiversity and mineral resources, need for Disaster Management and Mitigation arising out of Flood, Cyclone etc.) As a part of this School, the Institute will set up an Innovation Centre for Climate Change on the Puri-Konark coast line.

The following schools are proposed to be set up in the second phase of our expansion:

•School of Chemical and Biochemical Engineering Chemical, biochemical, biomedical, biotechnology

• School of Design and Creative Arts

Academic Activities
We started our journey with a total of 94 students in three (3) undergraduate programmes namely civil, electrical and mechanical engineering with an intake capacity of 40 each in 2008. We already have introduced Ph. D. programmes from 2009 and have about 35 Research Scholars. We are planning to start our postgraduate (MS/M. Tech.) programmes from July 2012. Currently, we have about 500 students (UG and Ph. D.), 50 full time faculty members 7 officers and 40 supporting staff.

Awards and Honours
We are proud that our Chairman Board of Governors, Professor P. Rama Rao, has received the second highest civilian award “Padma Vibhushan” of the Government of India this year.

Prof. S. C. Datta of the School of Infrastructure was awarded Fulbright-Nehru Sr. Research Fellowship and he visited the University of California at Davies, USA. He has been awarded the prestigious Occasional Lecturer Fund by Council for International Exchange of Scholars, US Department of State, for delivering two invited lectures at University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth, during his Fulbright Grant period in USA. Dr. Sumanta Haldar of the same School received the Prof. Leonard’s best Ph.D. thesis award from Indian Geotechnical Society. Dr. C.S. Bhende of the School of Electrical Science received the best Ph.D. thesis award from Indian National Academy of Engineering.

Mr. Pyari Mohan Pradhan, Mrt. Satyasai Jagannath Nanda and Mr. Vikas Baghel, Research Scholars of the School Electrical Sciences were awarded the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade, Government of Canada, “Commonwealth Graduate Student Exchange Programme” fellowship. Dr. Subhransu R. Samantaray of the same School won the Samanta Chandra Sekhar Award for 2010 from Orissa Bigyan Academy for his contribution to Engineering and Technology by Oriya Scientist working in Odisha. Dr D. Sahoo of Humanities, Social Sciences and Management received the Best Paper Award at the International Workshop on Regional Competitiveness and International factors Mobility at Oriens France. Professor M. Chakraborty received the Best Technical Paper Award 2010 from the Indian Foundry Journal of the Institute of Indian Foundrymen.

Mr. Raghav. R, 3rd Year Student of Mechanical Engineering won the All India essay competition for college students conducted by the NGO: Nandini Voice for the Deprived

Publications
Within 2 years of our existence in the city of Bhubaneswar, the faculty members have already contributed to creating new knowledge by publishing about 115 papers in National and International Journals of repute. Besides, 85 papers have been presented in various National and International Conferences in India and Abroad that have made our presence felt all over the world. Our doctoral and undergraduate students have also published a few papers in journals and made presentations in conferences. Our faculty members have also published 17 books/ chapters of books in Humanities, Science and Technology.

Sponsored Projects and Consultancy and Endowment
The Institute already has received a number of sponsored projects from various funding agencies like DST, CSIR and DRDO and consultancy from industries worth more than 320 lakhs.

Industries are coming forward to join us in developing this new IIT. M/s MGM Minerals Group has already established a perpetual “MGM Chair Professor” for the School of Minerals, Metallurgical and Materials Engineering with an endowment of Rs 300 lakhs.

International Collaborations
IIT Bhubaneswar has started collaborative activities with a few Universities abroad. We already have signed MOU for faculty exchange programmes with the University fo Massachusetts at Dartmouth USA, and the University of Western Ontario Canada. Professor Lord S. Kumar Bhattacharyya of the Warwick Manufacturing Group, of the University of Warwick has been appointed as Distinguished Visiting Professor of IIT Bhubaneswar while Professor Richard Dashwood of the same university spent two weeks at IIT Bhubaneswar as visiting Professor in March 2011. Professor Asit K Biswas, President of the Third World Centre for Water Management, Winner of Stockholm Water Prize (2006) has also been appointed as Distinguished Visiting Professor of this Institute.

Workshop/Conferences
The Institute organized a one day workshop “An Academy – Industry Interface” with participation from the Warwick Manufacturing Group, the University of Warwick, UK, IIT Bhubaneswar, Tata Steel, Infosys, IBM, WIPRO, L&T and others on 17th September 2010. Another workshop “Multivariate Statistical Analysis” was organized by the School of Humanities, Social Science and Management on 24th March 2011. The Training and Placement Section had organized a Panel Discussion “Managing Generation Y in workplace – A Challenge to the Indian Industry” on 12th March 2011. The Institute has started organizing “Research Scholars Day” on the National Science Day on 28th February every year.

Summer Internships
Our students have received support from various Universities and Industries in India and Abroad for summer internships. Some of these Universities and Industries abroad are the University of North Texas, Oklahoma State University, University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth, Northern Arizona University in USA, University of Warwick UK, McGill University Canada, University of Cologne Germany, University of Padua Italy, Flanders Mechatronics Centre Belgium, ExTechNa GmbH Switzerland, University of Zacadecas Mexico, Tianjin University China, Ming Chi University Taiwan and University of Technology Malaysia.

… Student Activities
Our Students under the Students Gymkhana are quite active and are organizing various activities. They already have formed several societies like Robotics Society, Entrepreneurship Cell, Dramatic Society, Music Society to name a few. They have been organizing cultural (Alma Fiesta) and Techno-Management (Wiessenaire) festivals successfully with support from many sponsors/industries drawing participations from various colleges/institutions of the country.

Add comment July 28th, 2011

Orissa Model Tribal Education Society (OMTES) has so far set up 11 Ekalabya Model Residential Schools and manages 19 Educational Complexes; However, KISS is much more effective

The web page of Orissa Model Tribal Education Society (OMTES) is http://www.omtes.org. Following are excerpts from its "Background" page.

The Orissa Model Tribal Education Society (OMTES), a registered Society supported by the ST & SC Development Department, aims to make positive interventions in the field of tribal education. Since its inception in March 2000, it has been instrumental in setting up 11 Ekalabya Model Residential Schools in different parts of the State with assistance from Government of India. Besides that it also manages 19 Educational Complexes set up for providing education to ST Girls belonging to Primitive Tribal Groups. OMTES continues in its endeavour to serve the tribal population of the State by ensuring them to avail best opportunities in education at par with the non tribal population.

Following are some Q & A from its FAQ page.

How the schools are managed at the district level?

A school level management committee headed by the Collector of the respective districts, members including two educationist of the area looks after the overall development of the schools. Here the collector is the chairman and concerned Principal of ERMS is the Member Secretary.

I am a Tribal, what is the benefit the society has for me?

You benefit, when your child qualifies entrance of the school and receives free qualitative education. The society provides for improving the quality of tribal by promoting educational schemes for tribal community and improves the quality of life of tribal by Ashram Schools, Hostels for Tribal Boys Educational complexes, Post- Matric Scholarships and Book Bank Schemes, etc.

Whom do I contact for more information?

For information you are requested to contact ST & SC Development, Govt. of Orissa.

The 11 schools are listed in the page http://www.omtes.org/Yearwise_establishment_EMRS.html. They are in the districts of Koraput, Mayurbhanj, Sundergarh (3), Rayagada, Koenjhar, Gajapati, Kandhamal, Nabarangpur, and Jajpur.

The 19 educational complexes are listed in the page http://www.omtes.org/Yearwise_establishment.html. They are in the districts of Keonjhar (3), Rayagada (2), Nuapara, Mayurbhanj (2), Deogarh, Angul, Kalahandi, Ganjam, Gajapati (3), Malkangiri (2), Sundergarh and Kandhamala. Each of these complexes have a capacity of 250 making a total capacity of 4750.


In contrast, as of today, KISS has a student body of 15,083, which includes 3553  students pursuing +3. KISS had a student body of 1500 in 2005. I am sure the performance of the students is better at KISS than of the students at the OMTES schools and educational complexes.

So the Odisha government should just give land, seed money and grants to KISS and let them establish and manage much larger facilities in the districts with significant tribal students.

In http://www.kiss.ac.in/admission.html it is mentioned that every year KISS gets 30,000 to 40,000 applications per year for admission and admits between 2000-3000 of them. The government should fund KISS so that if not all who apply are admitted at least half of them are admitted.


It is a pity that other states have taken note of KISS and are inviting KISS to open replicas in their states while Odisha does not seem to be taking similar steps. Following is an excerpt from a report in Pioneer on other states approaching KISS for replicas.

A branch of the Kalinga Institute of Social Sciences (KISS) has been set up in Bastar, a tribal dominated and Maoist infested region of Chhattisgarh with assistance from the National Mineral Development Corporation (NMDC).

An MoU to this effect was signed between the KIIT and the KISS founder Dr Achyuta Samanta and NMDC director GB Joshi in the presence of the NMDC chairman cum managing director Rana Som at the the latter’s Corporate Office in Hyderabad on June 24.

As per the agreement, the NMDC has provided 30 acres of land along with all financial assistance to the KISS in order to set up its replica in Kankar region of north Bastar district in Chhattisgarh. In the first phase, 1000 tribal boys and girls will be admitted in this school. However, a total of 4,000 students from five districts in and around Bastar will get the opportunity of quality education here in course of time.

After Bastar, the Governments of Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh and Delhi are keen to set up such model schools bearing all financial implications. They have requested Dr Samanta accordingly.

The page http://www.kiss.ac.in/fmngt.html explains how KISS is funded. The total amount there adds up to 18 crores. If 10 such KISS replicas are established in 10 tribal districts of Odisha at an additional cost of 200 crores/year, that will be the best use of such money for Odisha.

Add comment July 8th, 2011

Excerpts from the February 2011 newsletter of Central University of Orissa Koraput

The newsletter is at http://www.centraluniversityorissa.ac.in/Downloads/Newsletter_Feb.%202011.pdf.


Page 9: From the Vice-Chancellor’s statement:

From the forthcoming academic session the University proposes to introduce five new subjects under New Schools …

As for the progress of our physical infrastructure of the main campus, the construction of the Boundary Wall is almost through and the construction of buildings in the first phase, the Girls’ Hostel, the Boys’ Hostel, the Guest House and the Academic Block I are likely to start towards the end of March.

… As a Founding Vice-Chancellor my vision of this composite University has two well-defined thrust areas in terms of priorities: One is healthcare and subsequently the introduction / dissemination of medical education and the other is related to the development and welfare of the tribal community.

 


Page 12: Development of Campus (progress of the Boundary Wall)

 

The main campus of our University is coming up at Sunabeda. The construction of boundary wall undertaken by CPWD is in progress. Out of actual 9.3 kms of boundary wall about 8.6 kms work is completed. The pillar excavation, raising columns on rocky terrains of the boundary is almost over. The brickwork and plastering of the Boundary Wall is going on in full swing.

The master plan has also been approved by the University Building Committee. Recently the Chief Engineer of CPWD has visited our main campus in Koraput and inspected the progress of construction work.

 


Page 24: The List of forthcoming Centres and Schools of the Central University of Orissa duly approved by the Academic Council and the Executive Council

 

The Academic Council and the Executive Council of CUO have approved the establishment of the following new Schools and Centres:

 


Page 31: Centre for Tribal Welfare and Community Development

 

Extreme poverty has its own typical features and adverse impacts on any society. Migration in search of survival for livelihoods is gradually becoming a common phenomenon in the KBK region as well as in the other parts of the country. For the survival of local people, the traditional skill based occupations are gradually becoming uneconomic options. On the other hand the same traditional skills have a flourishing market value in neighbouring states. This creates situations for mass migration, often with the family, in search of a livelihood even under stressful conditions. In the recent trend of economic development, the traditional skill based occupations have also became largely resource dependent. With the depletion of natural resources, the traditional occupations of tribes are fading away, though these are also the outcome of the occupational mobility.

The Koraput District comes under the tribal sub-plan area and PESA. As per the provision, PESA promises devolution of power to Panchayats completing the tribal self-rule. While larger accountability for the utilizing the provisions under the Act is vested in the Panchayats, due to poor understanding of the Act by the Panchayatiraj functionaries the Act seems to have lost its legal tooth in this area. This calls for wider accountability of government and civil society bodies to build the capacity of the PRIs thereby enabling them to utilize the power and authority vested in them for the development of their area and the communities. The customary rules existing even today provide a framework to compare the provisions of PESA and a suitable blending of two can contribute towards good governance to spearhead developmental process.

According to the report of the Committee on the Constitution of Separate Development Board in Orissa, 96% of Community Development Blocks in KBK districts are either ‘very backward’ or ‘backward’. According to the UNDP Human Development Report 2004, Malkangiri, Kandhamal, Gajapati, Koraput, Nabarangpur are the bottom five districts in terms of HDI values, three of which are in KBK region.

Considering the above issues, the Centre for Tribal Welfare and Community Development (CTWCD) has been established as University’s first initiative of Corporate Social Responsibilities to foster the needs and take up the issues of the tribals of KBK region as well as other tribal groups of India.

The Centre for Tribal Welfare and Community Development at Central University of Orissa is functional since 5th June,2010. A batch of tribal youth has already received training on mushrooms cultivation. New initiatives are under progress and it is hoped that various trade identified by the Centre will benefit the tribes.

 


Page 47: Progress of new Campus

 

Add comment April 27th, 2011

Major higher education and research milestones in Odisha history (work in progress)

This is an initial draft partly based on a draft article that I recently wrote. I will fill in more details and more items as time permits. Please suggest missing items and links in the comment section. Especially I would like to add information on all the government degree colleges. (A list is at http://www.orissa2020.org/ger-of-ebd-districts.)

Institution Founding and milestone Years Comments
Puspagiri University in Jajpur district   Mentioned in the writings of Huien Tsang, who visited it in 639 AD. See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Puspagiri_University and http://www.facebook.com/puspagiri.
Ratnagiri University in Jajpur district   Mentioned in Tibetan Writings. See Mrs. Debala Mitra’s books “Ratnagiri” and “Buddhist Monuments of Odisha“.
Ravenshaw University, Cuttack 1868/2006 Started as an intermediate college in 1868; became a university in 2006. http://ravenshawuniversity.ac.in/.
Khallikote College, Berhampur 1878

Started as an intermediate college in 1878. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Khallikote_Autonomous_College.

SKCG College, Parlakhemundi  1896 http://gajapati.nic.in/skcg/Index.Html.
Shailabala Women’s College, Cuttack  1913 Telegraph article: Started intermediate classes in 1913 and graduate classes in 1946. Home page: http://shailabalawomenscollege.com
Utkal University, Bhubaneswar
1943 http://www.utkal-university.org/.
Fakir Mohan College, Balasore 1944 http://fmcollege.nic.in/.
Rajendra College, Balangir 1944 http://rajendracollege.nic.in/.
SCS College, Puri 1944 http://www.scscollege.nic.in/default.asp.
GM College, Sambalpur 1944 http://www.gmcollege.org/.
SCB Medical College, Cuttack 1944 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shri_Ramachandra_Bhanj_Medical_College.
Central Rice Research Institute, Cuttack 1946 http://crri.nic.in/.
Vikram Dev College, Jeypore 1947 http://vikramdebcollege.org/.
MPC College, Baripada 1948 http://mpcautocollege.org.in/.
Bhadrak College 1948 http://bhadrakcollege.nic.in/.
Gopabandhu Ayurveda Mahavidyalaya, Puri 1949 http://puri.nic.in/gopabandhu.htm.
University College of Engineering, Burla 1956 http://www.vssut.ac.in/.
Govt. College of Art and Crafts, Khallikote 1957 http://www.orissaculture.gov.in/gcack.asp.
Vir Surendra Sai Institute of Medical Science & Research, Burla (Formerly: VSS Medical College) 1959/2014 http://www.vssmedical.net/. Became a university in 2014. Bill passed on February 14, 2014
Government Autonomous College, Bhawanipatna 1960/61 Started as Kalahandi Science College in 1960; taken over by state government in 1961. http://www.gacbhawanipatna.org/.
Government Autonomous College, Rourkela 1961 http://www.gacrkl.ac.in/.
NIT, Rourkela 1961/2002 Started as REC in 1961; became NIT in 2002; NIT act passed in 2007. http://www.nitrkl.ac.in/.
BJB College, Bhubaneswar 1962 http://www.bjbcollege.in/AutonomousCollege/default.asp.
OUAT, Bhubaneswar 1962 Second oldest agricultural university in the country. Has colleges in 4 locations: Bhubaneswar – 6 colleges and 1 center), Rangeilunda (Berhampur) – 1 college , Chipilima (Sambalpur) – 2 colleges and Bhawanipatna – 1 college. http://www.ouat.ac.in/.
MKCG Medical College, Berhampur 1962 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MKCG_Medical_College_and_Hospital.
Regional Institute of Education (RIE), Bhubaneswar 1963 It is part of NCERT which was set up in 1961. As per this wikipedia entry the Regional College of Educations (RCEs), the predecessor of RIEs were set up in 1963. http://as.ori.nic.in/riebbs/.
IMMT (formerly RRL), Bhubaneswar 1964 http://www.immt.res.in/.
Utkal Sangeet Mahavidyalaya 1964 http://www.usmorissa.org/.
Rama Devi Women’s college, Bhubaneswar 1964 http://www.rdwc.org/.
Sambalpur University 1967 http://www.suniv.ac.in/.
Berhampur University 1967 http://bamu.nic.in/.
Dr. Abhin Chandra Homeopathic medical college, Bhubaneswar 1969 http://as.ori.nic.in/drachmc/.
Regional Center of Central Institute of Indian Languages 1970 http://www.ciil.org/aboutregional.aspx.
Puri Campus of Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan 1971 http://www.sanskrit.nic.in/puri.htm. State operated Sadashiva Sanskrit College was taken over by the Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan and made a campus of it.
National Institute of Social Work and Social Sciences, Bhubaneswar 1971 http://www.niswass.org/.
Institute of Physics, Bhubaneswar 1972 Taken over by DAE in 1985. http://www.iopb.res.in/.
SV Nirtar, Cuttack 1975 http://nirtar.nic.in/history.htm.
Government Ayurvedic College, Balangir 1975  
Kaviraj Ananta Tripathy Sharma Ayurved Mahavidyalaya, Ganjam 1975  
Sri Jagannath Sanskrit University, Puri 1981 http://www.sjsv.nic.in/.
Regional Medical Research Center (RMRC), Bhubaneswar 1981 http://icmr.nic.in/icmrsql/insprofile.asp?insno1=000517.
CET Bhubaneswar 1981 http://www.cet.edu.in/.
Regional College of Management, Bhubaneswar 1982 http://www.rcm.ac.in/. (First management college of Odisha.)
Army Air Defense College, Gopalpur 1984 Link. (Google it if it does not work.)
B. K. College of Art and Craft, Bhubaneswar 1984 http://www.bkartcollege.org/.
Institute of Hotel Management, Bhubaneswar 1984 http://www.ihmbbs.org/about_ihm.htm. Started as a Foodcraft institute in 1973; became State institute of Hotel Management in 1981. Became GOI funded in 1984.
IGIT Sarang 1985 http://www.igitsarang.ac.in/.
CIPET, Bhubaneswar 1986 http://cipet.gov.in/visitourcampus/orissa/orissa.html.
Orissa Engineering College (Odisha’s first private engineering college), Bhubaneswar 1986 http://www.oec.ac.in/.
Orissa institute of maritime and south-east asian studies 1986 http://www.orissaculture.gov.in/oimseas.asp.
Guru Kelucharan Mohapatra Odissi research center 1986 http://www.orissaculture.gov.in/gkcm_orc.asp.
Nabakrushna Choudhury Center for Developmental Studies, Bhubaneswar 1987 http://nkccds.nic.in/.
Central Institute of Freshwater Aquaculture (CIFA), Bhubaneswar 1987 http://www.cifa.in/Content.aspx?id=2.
XIM Bhubaneswar 1987 http://www.ximb.ac.in/.
Institute of Life Sciences, Bhubaneswar 1989

Taken over by Dept. of Biotechnology in 2002.

http://www.ils.res.in/.

Orissa Maritime Academy, Paradeep 1992 http://www.orissamaritime.com/index.html.
IIMC Dhenkanal 1993 http://www.iimc.nic.in/branches-dhenkanal.html.
Degree stream started in OSME Keonjhar 1996 http://osmedegree.org/.
Second and third private Engineering Colleges established 1996 NIST Berhampur, JIET Cuttack.
Nine new Private Engineering Colleges 1997 Bhadrak Inst of Engg & Tech, CV Raman, GIET Gunupur, GHITM Puri, ITER, JITM Parlakhemundi, Sanjay Memorial Berhampur, Seemanta Mayurbhanj, KIIT.
One new private Engineering College. First private architecture college.
1998 ABIT.
Ten new private Engineering Colleges 1999 CEB, DRIEMS, Gopal Krishna Jeypore, Krupajala, Majhighariani Rayagada, Padmanava Rourkela, Purushottam Rourkela, Satyasai Balasore, Synergy Dhenkanal.
North Orissa University, Baripada 1999 http://www.nou.nic.in/.
Fakir Mohan University, Balasore 1999 http://www.fmuniversity.nic.in/.
Utkal University of Culture, Bhubaneswar 1999 http://uuc.ac.in/home.aspx.
Institute of Mathematics & Applications, Bhubaneswar 1999 http://www.iomaorissa.ac.in/.
One new private Engineering College 2000 EAST.
Six new private Engineering Colleges 2001 Balasore College of Engg and Tech, IACR Rayagada, KISD, Mahavir, Samanta Chandra Sekhar Koraput, Silicon Bhubaneswar,
Three new private Engineering Colleges 2002 KIST, Padmashree Baragarh, Roland Berhampur.
BPNSI, Puri 2002 http://www.bpnsi.org/glance.htm.
BPUT, Rourkela 2002 http://www.bput.ac.in/.
Two new private Engineering Colleges 2004 GITA, NMIET.
State Institute of Hotel Managament, Balangir 2004/2011

Started as a Food Craft Institute in 2004. http://www.foodcraftbalangir.org/about_institute.htm.

Became State Institute of Hotel Management in 2011.

http://www.sihmbalangir.org/.

KIIT Bhubaneswar became KIIT deemed university 2004 http://www.kiit.ac.in/.
First private medical college: Hi-tech medical college, Bhubaneswar
2005 http://www.hi-techmedical.org/.
First private dental college: Gandhi Dental College, Bhubaneswar 2005 http://www.gdc.edu.in/.
Two new private Engineering Colleges 2005 Techno, Trident.
One new private Engineering Colleges 2006 Gandhi EC Bhubaneswar.
Ravenshaw College became Ravenshaw university 2006 http://ravenshawuniversity.ac.in/.
ITER Bhubaneswar became SOA deemed university 2007 http://www.soauniversity.ac.in/.
IIIT Bhubaneswar 2007/2013 http://www.iiit-bh.ac.in/. IIIT bill (to make it a state university) approved in August 2013.
KIMS (Second private medical college) 2007 http://www.kims.ac.in/.
IMS (Third private medical college) 2007 http://ims.ac.in/.
NISER Bhubaneswar 2007

NIS announced in 2003; NISER announced in 2006. See http://pib.nic.in/newsite/erelease.aspx?relid=20345.

http://niser.ac.in/.

Six new private Engineering Colleges 2007 Gandhi IFT Bhubaneswar, Indus, Nalanda, Rajdhani, Sundergarh, Templecity.
Seventeen new private Engineering Colleges 2008 Apex, BEC, Black Diamond Jharsuguda, BRM, Centurion, GIIT Berhampur, GIST Rayagada, GITM Bhubaneswar, Hi-Tech Khurda, Indic, Kalam Berhampur, Koustuv, Maharaja, Modern Balasore, Modern Bhubaneswar, Subas, Vignan Berhampur.
IIHT Baragarh 2008 http://iihtbargarh.webs.com/.
IIT Bhubaneswar 2008

Announced March 28th 2008. See http://pib.nic.in/newsite/erelease.aspx?relid=36955.

http://www.iitbbs.ac.in/.

National Law University of Orissa, Cuttack 2008-2009 http://www.nluo.ac.in/.
UCE Burla became VSSUT 2009 http://www.vssut.ac.in/.
Central University of Orissa, Koraput 2009

Announced March 28th 2008. See http://pib.nic.in/newsite/erelease.aspx?relid=36955.

http://www.centraluniversityorissa.ac.in/.

Sri Sri University 2009/2012 http://www.srisriuniversity.org/. Bill passed in 2009. Classes started in 2012.
Vedanta University bill passed in the Odisha assembly 2009 http://www.vedanta.edu.in/.
Parla Maharaj Engineering College, Berhampur 2009 http://www.pmec.ac.in/.
Government Engineering College, Bhawanipatna 2009 http://www.gcekbpatna.ac.in/.
Twenty seven new Private Engineering Colleges 2009 Adarsa Angul, Aryan, BIT, Einstein, Ekalavya, Gandhi AT Berhampur, GIET Khurda, Gurukula, Hi-Tech Bhubaneswar, Indotech, KMBB, Nigam,  Oxford, Rahul Berhampur, Shibani, Silicon Sambalpur, Sophitorium, Spintronic, Srinix Balasore, Suddhananda Cuttack, Synergy Khurda, Vedang, Vikash Baragarh,   VITS, Vijyanjali Balasore, VIVTECH, Xavier.
Seven new private Engineering Colleges 2010 BIIT, Capital, IIET, Radhakrishna, RITAM Rayagada, Kruttika, BAT Bhubaneswar.
ICFAI university Bill passed in the Odisha assembly 2010  
Centurion University of Technology and Management, Parlakhemundi 2010

The HQ of this university is in Parlakhemundi taking over JITM, which was established in 1997. Centurion Institute in Bhubaneswar also became a part of the university.

http://www.cutm.ac.in/.

SU-IIT, Sambalpur 2010 http://www.suniv.ac.in/suiit.pdf.
NIFT, Bhubaneswar 2010 http://www.nift.ac.in/bhubaneswar/index.html.
IIPH (Indian Institute of Public Health), Bhubaneswar 2010 http://www.phfi.org/iiph/iiphb.html.
IMI Bhubaneswar 2011 http://www.imibh.edu.in/.
AIIMS, Bhubaneswar 2012 http://aiimsbhubaneswar.org/
Hi-Tech Medical College, Rourkela 2012 http://hi-techmedicalrkl.org/.
Xavier University, Bhubaneswar Bill passed in April 2013 http://www.orissalinks.com/category/universities/bbsr-ctc-puri-area/xavier-university.
BIMTECH Bhubaneswar 2013 http://bimtechbbsr.ac.in/.
Birla Global University, Bhubaneswar Expected in 2014 http://bimtechbbsr.ac.in/.
Regional Institute of Paramedical Sciences, Bhubaneswar   See news reports on this at http://www.orissalinks.com/archives/5679.
University of Innovation, Bhubaneswar   Announced March 28th 2008. See http://pib.nic.in/newsite/erelease.aspx?relid=36955.
Mahanadi Institute of Medical Science & Research, Talcher   See http://mcl.gov.in/Expression_of_interest_for_survey.pdf.
Xavier University, Balangir Campus    
Xavier University, Sambalpur campus    
University of Corporate Excellence    

 Some of the ones for which I have not been able to find the dates are:

 

7 comments April 1st, 2011

Higher education moves by the Odisha state government outside of the Capital area during the last 5 years [work in progress]

To get a clear picture on higher education moves by the state government (during the last 5 years) outside of the capital area (Khurda, Cuttack and Puri districts) we try to list the moves. Many fully centrally funded institutes are mentioned as the state contributes by free land and in making the location decision. (Note that Odisha has 30 districts.)

What has been done so far (including under construction):

  1. Central University of Orissa, Dist – Koraput
  2. Upgradation of UCE Burla to VSSUT, Dist – Sambalpur
  3. Private University status to Centurion, Dist – Gajapati
  4. Government Engieering College, Bhawanipatna, Dist – Kalahandi
  5. College of Agriculture, Bhawanipatna, Dist – Kalahandi
  6. WODC funds and free land for Private Medical College, Jaring, near Bhawanipatna, Dist – Kalahandi  (significant part of the construction is complete)
  7. Pushed Vedanta to establish Vedanta Science College in Lanjigarh, Dist – Kalahandi
  8. Parla Maharaj Engineering College, Berhampur, Dist-Ganjam
  9. Special SUIIT institute as part of Sambalpur University, Dist – Sambalpur
  10. WODC funds for Hi-Tech Medical College, Rourkela, Dist – Sundergarh (under construction) 
  11. Indian Institute of Handloom Technology, Baragarh
  12. College of Horticulture, Chipilima, Dist – Sambalpur

The districts involved above and the number of items for them are: Baragarh (1), Gajapati (1), Ganjam (1), Kalahandi (4), Koraput (1), Sambalpur (3), Sundergarh (1). If one takes the funding amount as the criteria then Koraput comes at the top.

Some of the announcements that are most likely to happen in 1-3 years as reported in the news:

  1. Pushed MCL to agree to make a medical college in Talcher
  2. Pushed NTPC to agree to make a medical college (location not announced)
  3. Pushed NTPC to agree to make a Power Institute (location not announced)
  4. Announced that all three medical colleges (includes Berhampur, Sambalpur) will be autonomous starting with the one in Sambalpur.
  5. Announced that Khallikote College Berhampur will be made to a university
  6. Proposed that one of the 20 IIIT should be in Berhampur.
  7. Pushing to upgrade FCI Balangir to an Institute of Hotel Management
  8. Grants to XIMB to open a campus in Balangir
  9. Grants to XIMB to open a campus in Sambalpur
  10. Support for a CIPET campus in Balasore
  11. Upgradation of GM College, Sambalpur to a university (announed by Higher Education Minister)

The districts involved in the above two lists and their number of items are: Angul (1), Balasore (1), Balangir (2), Baragarh (1), Gajapati (1), Ganjam (4), Kalahandi (4), Koraput (1), Sambalpur (6), Sundergarh (1).

The districts that are left out are: Bhadrak, Bouda, Deogarh, Dhenkanal, Jagatsinghpur, Jajpur, Jharsuguda, Kandhamala, Kendrapada, Keonjhar, Malkangiri, Mayurbhanj, Nabarangpur, Nayagarh, Nuapada, Rayagada and Sonepur.

Besides the above there have been reports about government willing to give grants to several private medical colleges in various places and the WODC has tried (but failed) to entice (through grants and free land) a private party to establish a medical college in Balangir.

Also, I think the government will implement some of the recommendations made by the higher education task force.


Please suggest missing items in the comments section. Any capital-bashing comments will be deleted as the purpose of this post is to get a clear picture of what is happenning and not happening in the higher education side outside of the capital districts of Khurda, Cuttack and Puri.

Again, this list is to get a clear picture of what has happened in the non-capital area districts so that one can make an informed decision if the government is biased towards some non-capital districts over other non-capital districts. (There is no argument that the bulk of the moves have been made favoring the capital area. So no discussion on that.)

In regards to my personal view on what the government ought to do, it is listed in details in the site http://orissa2020.org.


The above list should not be interpreted in isolation. For example, one should not conclude that Kalahandi got too much. It got several institutions because it started from very little and the education conscious people of Kalahandi have been rightly demanding for higher education institutions for a long time. But at the same token, arguing that Kalahandi has been neglected by this government with respect to higher education just goes against the facts above and I worry that the well-meaning people who are making such arguments may be harming their cause. I guess the argument comes from losing the central university to Koraput. But then every district other than Koraput (and the capital districts) can use that argument. [If there is interest I will explain more on my take on this in the comments section.]

As an analogy, in 2005 we could rightly argue that the central government neglected Odisha with respect to centrally funded higher education institutions. But if we now say that the UPA government  neglected Odisha with respect to centrally funded higher education institutions, we will be laughed at, and our efforts will have negative impact. So we plan to use finer arguments and location specific arguments to push for central institutions in Odisha for the 12th plan.

Kalahandi people wanting more institutions in Kalahandi should think of other ways to make their case and irritating the state government and its bureaucrats with arguments that go against the facts (see list above) may help some politicians but has a higher potential to harm Kalahandi’s case than help its case.

44 comments March 29th, 2011

The 100 Engineering Colleges under BPUT

This list is from the page http://www.bput.ac.in/colleges_bput2010.html.

SL. NO
COLLEGE ADDRESS STD PHONE1
STATUS
TYPE
1
ADARSHA COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AT-SARADHAPUR, PO-KUMURISINGHA, ANUGUL-759122    
AFFILIATED
PRIVATE
2
AJAY BINAY INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY SECTOR – 1, MARKAT NAGAR, ABHINAVA BIDANASI, CDA. CUTTACK : 753014 0671 2360719
AFFILIATED
PRIVATE
3
APEX INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY & MANAGEMENT HOHAL, PO-PAHAL, BHUBANESWAR 0674 2113235
AFFILIATED
PRIVATE
4
ARYAN INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY BARAKUDA, PANCHAGAON, KHURDA 674 2113821
AFFILIATED
PRIVATE
5
BALASORE COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY SERGARH, BALASORE – 756060 06782 236607
AFFILIATED
PRIVATE
6
BHADRAK INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY AT / PO : BARAPADA, DIST – BHADRAK, PIN – 756113 06784 261633
AFFILIATED
PRIVATE
7
BHUBANESWAR ENGINEERING COLLEGE PANIORA, KHURDA 0674 2554727
AFFILIATED
PRIVATE
8
BHUBANESWAR INSTITUTE OF TEACHNOLOGY PLOT-4, HARAPUR, JANLA, KHURDA 674 2556248
AFFILIATED
PRIVATE
9
BLACK DIAMOND COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY BRAJRAJNAGAR, JHARSUGUDA 0674 242203
AFFILIATED
PRIVATE
10
BRM INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY PANDAA, RASULGARH, BHUBANESWAR 0674 2371320
AFFILIATED
PRIVATE
11
C. V. RAMAN COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING BIDYANAGAR, MAHURA, JANLA, BHUBANESWAR – 752054 0674 2460743
AFFILIATED
PRIVATE
12
CENTURION INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY RAMACHANDRAPUR, JATNI, KHURDA 0674 2350667
AFFILIATED
PRIVATE
13
CENTRAL INSTITUTE OF PLASTIC ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY B / 25, C.N.I COMPLEX, BHUBANESWAR – 751024 0674 2743462
AFFILIATED
CENTRAL GOVT.
14
COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING PLOT NO. 1, SECTOR ‘B’, PATIA BHUBANESWAR – 751024 0674 2740133
AFFILIATED
PRIVATE
15
COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY TECHNO CAMPUS, NEAR KHANDAGIRI, KALINGANAGAR, BHUBANESWAR – 751003 0674 2384377
CONSTITUENT
GOVT.
16
DHANEASWAR RATH INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT & SCIENECS KAIRAPARI, KOTSAHI (TANGI), CUTTACK – 754022 0671 2370248
AFFILIATED
PRIVATE
17
EASTERN ACADEMY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY ANANTPUR, PHULANAKHARA, KHURDA – 754001 0671 2356721
AFFILIATED
PRIVATE
18
EINSTEIN ACADEMY OF TECHNOLOGY & MANAGEMENT BANIATANGI, PO-BAJAPUR, KHURDA 0674 3269132
AFFILIATED
PRIVATE
19
EKLAVYA COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY & SCIENCE AT-KUSUMATI, PO-JATNI, KHURDA 0674 2563487
AFFILIATED
PRIVATE
20
GANDHI ACADEMY OF TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING GOLONTHARA, BERHAMPUR 0680 2281228
AFFILIATED
PRIVATE
21
GANDHI ENGINEERING COLLEGE MADAN PUR, KHURDA 0674 3209938
AFFILIATED
PRIVATE
22
GANDHI INSTITUTE FOR EDUCATION & TECHNOLOGY BANIATANGI, PO-BAJAPUR, KHURDA 06755 243600
AFFILIATED
PRIVATE
23
GANDHI INSTITUTE FOR TECHNOLOGY GRAMADIHA, GANGAPADA BHUBANESWAR 0674 2111650
AFFILIATED
PRIVATE
24
GANDHI INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY GUNUPUR, DIST : RAYAGADA – 765022 06857 250172
AFFILIATED
PRIVATE
25
GANDHI INSTITUTE OF INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY GOLANTHARA, KANISI, BERHAMPUR 0680 2280346
AFFILIATED
PRIVATE
26
GANDHI INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY KOLIGUDA, RAYAGADA 06856 223034
AFFILIATED
PRIVATE
27
GANDHI INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGICAL ADVANCEMENT BADA RAGHUNATHPUR, MADANPUR, KHURDA 0674 2561838
AFFILIATED
PRIVATE
28
GANDHI INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY & MANAGEMENT GANGAPADA, JANLA, KHURDA 0674 6543915
AFFILIATED
PRIVATE
29
GHANSHYAM HEMALATA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT RASANANDA JENA VIHAR, PO : CHHAITANA, PURI – 752002 06752 246612
AFFILIATED
PRIVATE
30
GOPAL KRISHNA COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY I.E.M., GOURAHARI VIHAR, PO : RANIPUT, JEYPORE DIST : KORAPUT – 764005 06854 247176
AFFILIATED
PRIVATE
31
GOVERNMENT COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, KALAHADI BHAWANIPATNA, KALAHANDI    
CONSTITUENT
GOVT.
32
GURUKUL COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING FOR WOMEN JAMUJHARI, CHHATABAR, BHUBANESWAR 0674 2111096
AFFILIATED
PRIVATE
33
GURUKULA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY JAMUJHARI, CHHATABAR, BHUBANESWAR 0674  
AFFILIATED
PRIVATE
34
HITECH COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING RASULGARH, BHUBANESWAR 0674 2541317
AFFILIATED
PRIVATE
35
HI-TECH INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY BESIDE NF-5, KHURDA 06755 223412
AFFILIATED
PRIVATE
36
INDIC INSTITUTE OF DESIGN AND RESEARCH MUKTAPUR, KHURDA 0674 6545689
AFFILIATED
PRIVATE
37
INDIRA GANDHI INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY I.G.I.T. CAMPUS, SARANG (PARJANG), DIST – DHENKANAL, PIN – 759146 06760 240371
AFFILIATED
GOVT.
38
INDOTECH COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING MALLIPADA, PALLAHAT, KHURDA 0674 3269756
AFFILIATED
PRIVATE
39
INDUS COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, BHUBANESWAR BARAKUDA HEIGHTS, BHUBANESWAR -752 050 0674 2111590
AFFILIATED
PRIVATE
40
INSTITUTE OF ADVANCED COMPUTER AND RESEARCH AUROBINDA MARG, PRAJUKTI VIHAR, RAYAGADA – 765002 06856 235180
AFFILIATED
PRIVATE
41
INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY GOTHAPATNA, BHUBANESWAR    
AFFILIATED
GOVT.
42
JAGANNATH INSTITUTE FOR TECHNOLOGY & MANAGEMENT ALLURI NAGAR, PO : R. SITAPUR, VIA : UPALADA, PARALAKHEMUNDI, DIST : GAJAPATI – 761211 06815 223088
AFFILIATED
PRIVATE
43
JAGANNATH INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY PHASE  – III, NEW INDUSTRIAL ESTATE, JAGATPUR, CUTTACK – 754021 0671 2491935
AFFILIATED
PRIVATE
44
KALAM INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY GOBINDAVIHAR, GOVINDAPUR, JAGANNAIKPUR, BERHAMPUR, GANJAM 0680 2280139
AFFILIATED
PRIVATE
45
KMBB COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY DALEIPUT, TALAHATA, KHURDA 0674 2561198
AFFILIATED
PRIVATE
46
KONARK INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY TECHNO PARK, SANDHAPUR, JATNI, KHURDA – 752050 0674 2490964
AFFILIATED
PRIVATE
47
KOUSTUV INSTITUTE OF SELF DOMAIN PLOT NO. 1, SECTOR ‘B’, CHANDAKA NUCLEUS INDUSTRIAL COMPLEX, PATIA,  BHUBANESWAR – 751031 0674 2440133-17
AFFILIATED
PRIVATE
48
KOUSTUV INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY PLOT-2, SECTOR-B, CHANDAKA IND. COMPLEX, CHANDRASEKHARPUR, BHUBANESWAR-24 0674 2740828
AFFILIATED
PRIVATE
49
KRUPAJALA ENGINEERING COLLEGE PUBA SASAN, KAUSALYAGANGA, BHUBANESWAR – 751002 0674 2465701/ 2
AFFILIATED
PRIVATE
50
MAHARAJA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY TARABOI, KHURDA 0674 2563835
AFFILIATED
PRIVATE
51
MAHAVIR INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY N4 – 208, IRC VILLAGE, NAYAPALLI, BHUBANESWAR – 751015 0674 2330208
AFFILIATED
PRIVATE
52
MAJHIGHARIANI INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY AND SCIENCE AT : BHUJABAL SRIRAM VIHAR, PO : KOLONARA, DIST : RAYAGADA – 765017 06856 243772
AFFILIATED
PRIVATE
53
MODERN ENGINEERING & MANAGEMENT STUDIES BANAPARIA, KURUDA, BALASORE 06782 264555
AFFILIATED
PRIVATE
54
MODERN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY & MANAGEMENT BHAGABATIPUR, KANTABADA, JANLA, KHURA 0674 2113239
AFFILIATED
PRIVATE
55
NALANDA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, BHUBANESWAR BUDHHIST VILLA, CHANDAKA, BHUBANESWAR -754005 0674 6543334
AFFILIATED
PRIVATE
56
NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY PALUR HILLS, BERHAMPUR – 761008 0680 2492421
AFFILIATED
PRIVATE
57
NIGAM INSTITUTE OF ENGINEEING & TECHNOLOGY RIVER VIEW CAMPUS, BARANGA, CUTTACK-754006    
AFFILIATED
PRIVATE
58
NM INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY SIJUA, PATRAPADA, KHANDAGIRI, BHUBANESWAR 0674 2471648
AFFILIATED
PRIVATE
59
ORISSA ENGINEERING COLLEGE 36 A, SAHIDNAGAR, BHUBANESWAR – 751007 0674 2339360
AFFILIATED
PRIVATE
60
ORISSA SCHOOL OF MINING ENGINEERING KEONJHAR – 758001 06766 255432
CONSTITUENT
GOVT.
61
OXFORD COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & MANAGEMENT RAMACHANDRAPUR, BHATAPATNA, BALIANTA, BHUBANESWAR 0674 2530909
AFFILIATED
PRIVATE
62
PADMANAVA COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING SECTOR – 4, ROURKELA – 769002 0661 2649555
AFFILIATED
PRIVATE
63
PADMASHREE KRUTHARTHA COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AT : CHAKARKEND, PO / DIST : BARGARH – 768028 06646 246381
AFFILIATED
PRIVATE
64
PARALA MAHARAJA ENGINEERING COLLEGE BERHAMPUR    
CONSTITUENT
GOVT.
65
PURUSHOTTAM INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY PURUSHOTTAM VIHAR, MANDIAKUDAR, KANSBAHAL, ROURKELA – 770034 0661 2454127
AFFILIATED
PRIVATE
66
RAAJDHANI ENGINEERING COLLEGE RASULGARH, BHUBANESWAR’ 0674 2586240
AFFILIATED
PRIVATE
67
RAHUL INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY GOVINDAPUR JN, TATADAPALLI VILLAGE, KONISI, BERHAMPUR 0680 2492355
AFFILIATED
PRIVATE
68
ROLAND INSTITUTE TECHNOLOGY SURYA VIHAR, BERHAMPUR – 761008 (GANJAM) 0680 2492431
AFFILIATED
PRIVATE
69
SAMANTA CHANDRA SEKHAR INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT AT : JANIGUDA, PO : SEMILIGUDA, DIST : KORAPUT – 764036 06853 225666
AFFILIATED
PRIVATE
70
SANJAY MEMORIAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY AT / PO : CHANDIPADAR, BERHAMPUR, GANJAM – 761003 0680 2350592
AFFILIATED
PRIVATE
71
SATYASAI ENGINEERING COLLEGE INDUSTRIAL ESTATE, BALASORE 06782 267833
AFFILIATED
PRIVATE
72
SEEMANTA ENGINEERING COLLEGE MAYUR VIHAR, AT / PO : JHARPOKARIA, MAYURBHANJ – 757086 06791 222808
AFFILIATED
PRIVATE
73
SHIBANI INSTITUTE OF TECHNICAL EDUCATION CHHATABARA, JANLA, BHUBANESWAR 0674 2467525
AFFILIATED
PRIVATE
74
SILICON INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY SILICON HILLS, PATIA, BHUBANESWAR – 751024 0674 2725448
AFFILIATED
PRIVATE
75
SILICON INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY SASAN, SAMBALPUR 0663 2010210
AFFILIATED
PRIVATE
76
SOPHITORIUM ENGINEERING COLLEGE INFRONT OF COLLECTOR OFFICE, BANIATANGI, KHURDA 06755 243700
AFFILIATED
PRIVATE
77
SPINTRONIC TECHNOLOGY & ADVANCE RESEARCH TARABOI, JATNI, KHURDA 0674 3267018
AFFILIATED
PRIVATE
78
SRINIX COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING RANIPATNA, BALASORE    
AFFILIATED
PRIVATE
79
SUBAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY GYAN VIHAR, BARANG, BHUBANESWAR 0674 2725112
AFFILIATED
PRIVATE
80
SUDDHANANDA ENGINEERING & RESEARH CENTRE PHULNAKHARA, NACHHIPUR, BHATAPATNA, CUTTACK 0671 2856061
AFFILIATED
PRIVATE
81
SUNDERGARH ENGINEERING COLLEGE, SUNDERGARH AT/PO – KIREI, SUNDERGARH – 770 073 06622 273206
AFFILIATED
PRIVATE
82
SYNERGY INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY BANAMALI PRASAD, BY THE SIDE OF NH – 42, DHENKANAL – 759001 06762 225905
AFFILIATED
PRIVATE
83
SYNERGY INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY BHIMPUR, JAGANNATHPUR, BALIANTA, KHURDA 0671 2356150
AFFILIATED
PRIVATE
84
THE TECHNO SCHOOL 361(A), KUBERPURI, PATRAPADA, BHUBANESWAR-751019 0674 2470170
AFFILIATED
PRIVATE
85
TEMPLE CITY INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOY & ENGINEERING, BHUBANESWAR PLOT-F/12, IID CENTRE, BARUNEI, KHURDA 06755 211002
AFFILIATED
PRIVATE
86
TRIDENT ACADEMY OF TECHNOLOGY F2/A CHANDAKA INDUSTRIAL ESTATE, BHUBANESWAR -24 0674 2743674
AFFILIATED
PRIVATE
87
VEDANG INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLGY AT-DURGA PRASAD, PO-RAMACHANDI, KHURDA 0674 2116155
AFFILIATED
PRIVATE
88
VIDYASAGAR INSTITUTE OF TECHNICAL STUDY DAMANABHUIN, TANGI, KHURDA 0674 2113210
AFFILIATED
PRIVATE
89
VIGNAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT BHAIRAVI VIHAR, HARADANGA, MANTRIDI, GOLANTHARA, GANJAM 06857  
AFFILIATED
PRIVATE
90
VIJAYANJALI INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY PLOT 260 & 262, GADABHANGA, BALASORE 0674 2371406
AFFILIATED
PRIVATE
91
VIKASH COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING FOR WOMEN VIKASH ENCLAVE, BARAHAGUDA CANAL CHOWK, BARGARH 06646 2311777
AFFILIATED
PRIVATE
92
VIVEKANANDA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY AT- CHHATABARA, PO-DANDI CHHATABARA, CHANDAKA, BHUBANESWAR 0674 2597444
AFFILIATED
PRIVATE
93
XAVIER INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY PRINCES AVENUE, GHANGAPATNA, NEAR IIIT, BHUBANESWAR 0674 2595426
AFFILIATED
PRIVATE
94
CAPITAL ENGINEERING COLLEGE, KHURDA MAHATAPARA, KHURDA 06755 243411
AFFILIATED
PRIVATE
95
BHUBANESWAR INSTITUTE OF INDUSTRIAL  TECHNOLOGY, KHURDA 1288, KAPILAPRASAD, BHUBANESWAR – 751002 0674 2113134
AFFILIATED
PRIVATE
96
RAYAGADA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY & MANAGEMENT, RAYAGADA PITA MAHAL, RAYAGADA – 765001 06856 201637
AFFILIATED
PRIVATE
97
RADHAKRISHNA INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY, KHURDA IDCO PLOT NO:01, KHURDA INDL ESTATE, KHURDA 06755 220242
AFFILIATED
PRIVATE
98
INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY, KHURDA 290, BHATKUDI, GANGAPADA, BHUBANESWAR 0674 2111189
AFFILIATED
PRIVATE
99
BHADRAK ACADEMY OF TECHNOLOGY, KANTABAD, BHUBANESWAR AT/PO : KANTABADA, KHURDA – 752054 0674 2113133
AFFILIATED
PRIVATE
100
KRUTTIKA INSTITUTE OF TECHNICAL EDUCATION, CHANDAKA GANGAPATNA, KANTABADA, CHANDAKA, KHURDA 0674 2551897
AFFILIATED
PRIVATE

Soon two of the above colleges will move from BPUT to be under Centurion University. Also IIIT is scheduled to become a state university.

The other places to study engineering in Odisha are:

  1. KIIT Bhubaneswar (Deemed university)
  2. ITER Bhubaneswar (Deemed university)
  3. VSSUT, Burla (State University)
  4. NIT Rourkela  (Institute of National Importance)
  5. IIT Bhubaneswar (Institute of National Importance)
  6. College of Agricultural Engineering & Technology (CAET), OUAT, Bhubaneswar

3 comments February 3rd, 2011

Private State Universities of India as listed in the UGC site as of 18th Jan 2011

Following is from http://www.ugc.ac.in/inside/privateuniversity.html.

Public Notice on Private Universities


18thJanuary, 2011

It has come to the notice of the University Grants Commission that some of the State Private Universities have affiliated colleges and started off-campus centre(s) in violation of the UGC (Establishment of and Maintenance of Standards in Private Universities) Regulation, 2003 and against the judgment of Honble Supreme Court in case of Prof. Yash Pal & Others vs. State of Chhattisgarh & Others. Some of these Universities are running these Centres on franchising basis also which is not allowed.

The public at large and the student community in particular are therefore informed that as per the information available with the UGC as on date, there are following 73 Private Universities established by the Acts of the Legislatures of different States:- 

Assam 
Bihar 
Chhattisgarh 
Gujarat 
Haryana 
Himachal Pradesh 
Jharkhand 
Karnataka 
Madya Pradesh
  Meghalya
Mizoram 
Nagaland 
Orissa 
Punjab 
Rajasthan 
Sikkim 
Tripura 
Uttar Pradesh 
Uttrakhand
S.No. Name of Private University Date of Gazette Notification Date of Inspection Status of the University with regard to inspection by UGC
  ASSAM      
1 Assam Doon Bosco University
Azara, Guwahati
12.02.2009 —– Information called for inspection purpose
  BIHAR      
2 Aryabhatta Knowledge University
8, Off Polo Road 
Patna-800001
11.08.2008 —– Information called for inspection purpose
  CHHATTISGARH      
3 Dr. C.V. Raman University
Kargi Road, Kota 
Bilaspur
03.11.2006 9-10 November, 2009 Inspection report can be seen at annexure
4 MATS University
Arang Kharora
Raipur
03.11.2006 19-20 June, 2009 Inspection report can be seen at annexure
5 Maharishi University of Management and Technology, 
post: Mangla,
Bilaspur- 495001
18.04.2002 —- Information called for inspection purpose
  Gujarat      
6 Ahmedabad University
Navrangpura,
Ahmedabad-380009
Gujarat
07.07.2009 —– Information called for inspection purpose
7 Charotar University of Science & Technology
Changa-388421
Distt. Anand
04.11.2009 —– Information called for inspection purpose
8 Dhirubhai Ambani Institute of Information & Communication Technology
Gandhinagar-382 007
06.03.2003 21 August, 2004 Inspection report can be seen at annexure
9 Nirma University of Science & Technology
Sarkhej, Gandhinagar
12.03.2003 15 May 2004 Inspection report can be seen at annexure
10 Ganpat University
Ganpat Vidyanagar
Gandhinagar
23.03.2005 17-18 October, 2005 Inspection report can be seen at annexure
11. Kadi Sarva Vishwavidyalaya
Sarva Vidyalaya Campus
Gandhinagar
16.05.2007 13-14 October, 2008 Inspection report can be seen at annexure
12. Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University
Gandhinagar-382 009
04.04.2007 3-4 October, 2009 Inspection report can be seen at annexure
13 Calrox Teacher’s University
Ahmedabad, Gujarat
07.07.2009 —- Information called for inspection purpose
  HARYANA      
14 O.P. Jindal Global University
Sonepat
January, 2009 —– Inspection report can be seen at annexure
15 ITM University
Gurgaon, Haryana
21.10.2009 5-6 February, 2010 Inspection report can be seen at annexure
16 AMITY University Haryana
Amity Education Valley
Panchgaon,Manesar
Distt. Gurgaon, Haryana-122413
26.4.2010 —– Information called for inspection purpose
  HIMACHAL PRADESH      
17 Chitkara University
HIMUDA Education Hub
Solan-174 103
21.01.2009 —– Information called for inspection purpose
18 Jaypee University of Information Technology
Distt. Solan-174 103
23.05.2002 02.06.2004 Inspection report can be seen at annexure
19 Eternal University
Baru Sahib Distt.
Sirmour
22.10.2009 —– Information called for inspection purpose
20 Shoolini University
Solan
Himachal Pradesh
15.10.2009 —– Information called for inspection purpose
21 Indus International University
V.P.O. Bathu, Tehsil Haroli, Distt. Una,
Himachal Pradesh-174301
01.02.2010 —– Information called for inspection purpose
22 Arni University
Kathgarh, Tehsil Indore
Distt Kangra (H.P.)
04.11..2009 —– Information called for inspection purpose
23 Manav Bharti University
Solan
Himachal Pradesh
22.09.2009 —– Information called for inspection purpose
24 Baddi University of Energing Science & Technology
Makhnimajra, BADDI
Distt. Solan, Himachal Pradesh
22.09.2009 —– Information called for inspection purpose
25 Maharishi Markandeshwar University
Kumarhatti, Sultanpur Road
Solan-173 229
Himachal Pradesh
19-09-2010 —– Information called for inspection purpose
  JHARKHAND      
26 The Institute of Chartered Financial Analysts of India University
Ranchi
17.06.2008 —– Information called for inspection purpose
  KARNATAKA      
27 Alliance University
Chikkahagada Cross, 
Chandapura- Anekal Main Road,
Anekal, Bangalore-562106
Karnataka
16.09.2010 —– Information called for inspection purpose
  MADYA PRADESH      
28 Jaypee University of Engineering & Technology
AB Road, Raghogarh, Distt, Guna-473226
Madya Pradesh
University has been established by way of an ordinance (No. 3 of 2010) which needs to be regularised by State Legislature Assembly of M.P. Govt. 

Yet to be notified by M.P. Govt.

—– —–
  MEGHALYA      
29 CMJ University 
Modrina Mansion
Laitumkhrah Shillong
Meghalaya-793003
20.07.2009 —– Information called for inspection purpose
30 Martin Luther Christian University
KIPA Conference Centre
Shillong-793 004
13.07.2005 15-16 April, 2008 Inspection report can be seen at annexure
31 Techno Global University
Anita Mension, Bishnupur
Shillong-793 004
02.12.2008 —– Information called for inspection purpose
32 The Institute of Chartered Financial Analysts of India University
Meghalya-794 001
04.11.2009 —– Information called for inspection purpose
33 University of Science & Technology
Meghalaya
02.12.2008 —– Information called for inspection purpose
  MIZORAM      
34 The Institute of Chartered Financial Analysts of India University
Aizawal, Mizoram-798012
21.03.2006 12-13 August, 2009 Inspection report can be seen at annexure
  NAGALAND      
35 The Global Open University
Wokha-797 111
18.09.2006 29-30 July, 2010 Inspection report can be seen at annexure
36 The Institute of Chartered Financial Analysts of India University
Dimapur, Nagaland
04.11.2009 —– Information called for inspection purpose
  ORISSA      
37 Centurion University of Technology and Management
Village Alluri Nagar
Via-Uppalada
Paralakhemundi – 761 211
Gajapati, Orissa
27-08-2010 —– Information called for inspection purpose
  PUNJAB      
38 Chitkara University
Chandigarh-Patiala National Highway(NH-64)
Village Jhansala
Tehsil Rajpura, Distt. Patiala
Panjab-140 401
07-12-2010 —– Information called for inspection purpose
39 Lovely Professional University
Jalandhar, Ludhiana
Distt. Kappurthala
12.12.2006 17-18 October, 2006 Inspection report can be seen at annexure
  RAJASTHAN      
40 Amity University
Kant Kalwar, Jaipur-303 002
29.03.2008 —– Information called for inspection purpose
41 Bhagwant University
Sikar Road, Ajmer-305 001
14.04.2008 —– Information called for inspection purpose
42 Jagannath University
Vill. Rampura
Teshil-Chaksu, Jaipur
16.04.2008 13-14 July, 2009 Inspection report can be seen at annexure
43 Jaipur National University
Jagatpura, Jaipur
21.10.2007 10-12 April, 2008 Inspection report can be seen at annexure
44 Jodhpur National University
Narnadi, Jhanwar Road
Jodhpur
11.08.2008 15-16 March, 2010 Inspection report can be seen at annexure
45 Jyoti Vidyapeeth Women’s University
Vedant Gyan Valley Village
Jharna Matpala Jabner, Jaipur
21.04.2008 —– Information called for inspection purpose
46 Mahatma Jyoti Rao Phoole University
RIICO Industrial Arrea, Tala Mod
NH-I, Achrol, Jaipur
03.02.2009 —– Information called for inspection purpose
47 Mewar University
Chittorgarh
22.09.2008 15-17 April,2010 Inspection report can be seen at annexure
48 NIMS University
Shobha Nagar, Jaipur-303 001
29.03.2008 —– Information called for inspection purpose
49 Pacific Academy of Higher Education & Research University (PAHER)
Pacific Hills,Airport Road 
Partap Nagar Extension
Udaipur-313003
29.04.2010 —– Information called for inspection purpose
50 Shri Jagdish Prasad Jhabarmal Tibrewala University
Chudela, Distt. Jhunjhunu.
03.02.2009 —– Information called for inspection purpose
51 Sri Padmapat Singhania University
Bhatewar, Udiapur-313 601
29.03.2008 —– Information called for inspection purpose
52 Singhania University
Pacheribari, Jhunjhunu
29.03.2008 —– Information called for inspection purpose
53 Suresh Gyan Vihar University
Mahal Jagatpura, Jaipur
21.04.2008 21-22 December, 2009 Inspection report can be seen at annexure
54 Shridhar University
Pilani Chirawa Road, Pilani Rajasthan-333031
03.04.2010 —— Information called for inspection purpose
  SIKKIM      
55 Eastern Institute for Integrated Learning in Management University
Jorethang
24.03.2006 16-17 March, 2008 Inspection report can be seen at annexure
56 The Institute of Chartered Financial Analysts of India University
Sikkim
09.10.2004 —– Information called for inspection purpose
57 Sikkim Manipal University of Health Medical & Technological Science
Gangtok
11.10.1995 28-30 January, 2010 Inspection report can be seen at annexure
58 Vinayaka Missions Sikkim University
Middle Tadong, PO Daragaorn
Tadong-237 102
30.07.2008 —– Information called for inspection purpose
  TRIPURA      
59 The Institute of Chartered Financial Analysts of India University
Agartala-799001
31.03.2004 14-15 July, 2004 Inspection report can be seen at annexure
  UTTAR PRADESH      
60 Amity University Uttar Pradesh
Gautam Budh Nagar
24.03.2005 16-17 July, 2009 Inspection report can be seen at annexure
61 G.L.A. University
17 Km. Stone
Mathura-Delhi Highway
PO- Chaumuhan
Mathura-281406
01.04.2010 —– Information called for inspection purpose
62 Jagadguru Rambhadracharya Handicapped University
Chitrakoot Dham-210 204
06.10.2001 —– Information called for inspection purpose
63 Integral University
Kursi Road, Lucknow-226 026
26.02.2004 2 September, 2004 Inspection report can be seen at annexure
64 Mangalayatan University
Aligarh
30.10.2006 —– Information called for inspection purpose
65 Mohammad Ali Jauhar University
Rampur
19.06.2006 —– Information called for inspection purpose
66 Teerthanker Mahaveer University
Moradabad
05.09.2008 —– Information called for inspection purpose
67 Sharda University
Gautam Budh Nagar
Greater Noida (UP)
24.03.2009 30 March-1 April, 2010 Inspection report can be seen at annexure
68 Swami Vivekanand Subharti University
Delhi-Haridwar Bye Pass Road
Meerut
05.09.2008 —– Information called for inspection purpose
  UTTRAKHAND      
69 Dev Sanskrit Vishwavidyalaya
Gayatrikunj, Shantikunj
Haridwar-249 411
22.01.2002 3-5 July, 2010 Inspection report can be seen at annexure
70 Himgiri Nabh Vishwavidyalaya
(University in the Sky)
Dehradun
11.07.2003 14-15 November, 2009 Inspection report can be seen at annexure
71 Institute of Chartered Financial Analysts of India (ICFAI)
Indira Nagar
Dehradun-248 006
10.07.2003 18-19 April , 2005 Inspection report can be seen at annexure
72 University of Petroleum and Energy Studies
P.O. Bidhali (Via Prem Nagar)
Dehradun-248007 (Uttarakhand)
10.07.2003 21 May, 2004 Inspection report can be seen at annexure
73 University of Patanjali
Patanjali Yogpeeth
Haridwar
22.01.2002 —– Information called for inspection purpose

These 73 Universities are competent to award degrees as specified by UGC under Section 22 of the UGC Act with the approval of the statutory councils, wherever required through their main campus. Wherever the approval of the statutory council is not a pre-requisite to start a programme, the Universities are required to maintain the minimum standards regarding academic and physical infrastructure as laid down by the concerned statutory council.

It is also informed that Private Universities cannot affiliate an institution/college. They cannot establish off campus centre(s) beyond the territorial jurisdiction of the concerned State. However, they can establish off-campus centre(s) within the concerned State after their existence of five years and with the prior approval of the University Grants Commission. So far, UGC has not approved any off campus centre(s) of any Private University.

Course(s) under distance mode can be started by the private university only after the prior approval of the UGC-AICTE and DEC joint Committee for which Director, Distance Education Council, IGNOU, Maidan Garhi, New Delhi – 110068 is the coordinator.

Students/Public at large are advised to go through this website carefully at the time of taking admission and should clarify the status of the University from UGC before taking admission in any Private University other than those listed above

Further, para 3.7 & 3.8 of the UGC (Establishment of and Maintenance of Standards in Private Universities) Regulations, 2003 are reproduced below for information of all the Private Universities: -

3.7. A private University shall provide all the relevant information relating to the first degree and post-graduate degree/diploma programme(s) including the curriculum structure, contents, teaching and learning process, examination and evaluation system and the eligibility criteria for admission of students, to the UGC on a proforma prescribed by the UGC prior to starting of these programmes.

3.8. The UGC on detailed examination of the information made available as well as the representations and grievances received by it from the students as well as concerned public relating to the deficiencies of the proposed programme(s) not conforming to various UGC Regulations, shall inform the concerned University about any shortcomings in respect of conformity to relevant regulations, for rectification. The University shall offer the programme(s) only after necessary rectification.

A copy of the UGC (Establishment of and Maintenance of Standards in Private Universities)Regulations, 2003 alongwith the proforma for submission of information by the Private University are annexed with the notice

Secretary

Add comment January 24th, 2011

Various private universities in the pipeline in Odisha

Following is an excerpt from a report in Telegraph.

The proposed institutions are: Vedanta University at Puri-Konark marine drive, Sri Sri Ravi Shankar University at Naraj in Cuttack, Institute of Charted Financial Analysts of India (Icfai) University in Bhubaneswar and Centurion University of Technology and Management at Parlakhemundi in Gajapati district.

According to agreement, the Vedanta University was to be given 6,000 acres and Sri Sri Ravi Shankar University 185 acres.

The Vedanta group has already been given 3,500 acres. The quantum of land for the other two universities is yet to be decided.

The proposed Sri Sri University will cater to the needs of 15,000 students with 1,500 faculty members.

While the Centurion University will concentrate, among other things, on distance education, the Icfai University will “provide instruction, teaching, training and research in specialised areas”.

According to sources, apart from the four varsities, the government has received 11 more proposals from the private sector.

These are Jagatguru Krupalu University (Jagatguru Krupalu Trust), Xavier University, Techno Global University (Calcutta-based Techno Indo group), Maa Anandamayai Viswavidyalaya (Maa Anandamayi Trust), Synergy University (Shivani Educational Charitable Trust from Orissa), Women’s University Technology (Sarala Foundation, Orissa), Private University of Rai Foundation (Rai Foundation), University of Corporate Excellence (Infotech Park Limited), Amity University, Silicon University (Silicon Valley investment, Orissa) and ASBM University (HRD group, Bhubaneswar).

State higher education secretary Madhu Sudan Padhi said the government had agreed “in principle” to the proposals of Xavier University and Maa Anandamayai University.

Padhi said that the NRIs were in touch with the state government to invest in the field of education.

“NRI Groups from San Francisco are interested in investing Rs 150 crore in higher education. Preliminary discussions have already been held and another round of talks will be held in December,” he said.

Add comment November 17th, 2010

Business India on Centurion School of Management in Parlakhemundi

The article starts as follows:

The Harvard-educated home minister P. Chidambaram could learn some valuable lessons at this campus located in the heart of the Naxalinfested tribal district of Gajapati in Orissa, bordering Andhra Pradesh. Centurion School of Rural Enterprise Management (csrem) is run by two management professors – Mukthi Mishra and D.N. Rao – who quit their jobs at Xavier Institute of Management Bhubaneswar (ximb) to set up their own B-school barely seven years ago. They have made a tremendous impact in this poor and restive region. “Over the past few years, we have managed to produce over 10,000 graduates in engineering and management, and vocational certificate holders in a range of trades from the region,” says Mishra, co-founder of csrem.

Following is a scan of the whole article.

 

4 comments November 13th, 2010

BPUT Colleges in 2010-2011

The following is from http://www.bput.ac.in/colleges_bput2010.html.

100 B.Tech Colleges:

SL. NO
COLLEGE ADDRESS
TYPE
1
ADARSHA COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AT-SARADHAPUR, PO-KUMURISINGHA, ANUGUL-759122
PRIVATE
2
AJAY BINAY INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY SECTOR – 1, MARKAT NAGAR, ABHINAVA BIDANASI, CDA. CUTTACK : 753014
PRIVATE
3
APEX INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY & MANAGEMENT HOHAL, PO-PAHAL, BHUBANESWAR
PRIVATE
4
ARYAN INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY BARAKUDA, PANCHAGAON, KHURDA
PRIVATE
5
BALASORE COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY SERGARH, BALASORE – 756060
PRIVATE
6
BHADRAK INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY AT / PO : BARAPADA, DIST – BHADRAK, PIN – 756113
PRIVATE
7
BHUBANESWAR ENGINEERING COLLEGE PANIORA, KHURDA
PRIVATE
8
BHUBANESWAR INSTITUTE OF TEACHNOLOGY PLOT-4, HARAPUR, JANLA, KHURDA
PRIVATE
9
BLACK DIAMOND COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY BRAJRAJNAGAR, JHARSUGUDA
PRIVATE
10
BRM INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY PANDAA, RASULGARH, BHUBANESWAR
PRIVATE
11
C. V. RAMAN COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING BIDYANAGAR, MAHURA, JANLA, BHUBANESWAR – 752054
PRIVATE
12
CENTURION INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY RAMACHANDRAPUR, JATNI, KHURDA
PRIVATE
13
CENTRAL INSTITUTE OF PLASTIC ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY B / 25, C.N.I COMPLEX, BHUBANESWAR – 751024
CENTRAL GOVERNMENT
14
COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING PLOT NO. 1, SECTOR ‘B’, PATIA BHUBANESWAR – 751024
PRIVATE
15
COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY TECHNO CAMPUS, NEAR KHANDAGIRI, KALINGANAGAR, BHUBANESWAR – 751003
GOVERNMENT
16
DHANEASWAR RATH INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT & SCIENECS KAIRAPARI, KOTSAHI (TANGI), CUTTACK – 754022
PRIVATE
17
EASTERN ACADEMY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY ANANTPUR, PHULANAKHARA, KHURDA – 754001
PRIVATE
18
EINSTEIN ACADEMY OF TECHNOLOGY & MANAGEMENT BANIATANGI, PO-BAJAPUR, KHURDA
PRIVATE
19
EKLAVYA COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY & SCIENCE AT-KUSUMATI, PO-JATNI, KHURDA
PRIVATE
20
GANDHI ACADEMY OF TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING GOLONTHARA, BERHAMPUR
PRIVATE
21
GANDHI ENGINEERING COLLEGE MADAN PUR, KHURDA
PRIVATE
22
GANDHI INSTITUTE FOR EDUCATION & TECHNOLOGY BANIATANGI, PO-BAJAPUR, KHURDA
PRIVATE
23
GANDHI INSTITUTE FOR TECHNOLOGY GRAMADIHA, GANGAPADA BHUBANESWAR
PRIVATE
24
GANDHI INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY GUNUPUR, DIST : RAYAGADA – 765022
PRIVATE
25
GANDHI INSTITUTE OF INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY GOLANTHARA, KANISI, BERHAMPUR
PRIVATE
26
GANDHI INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY KOLIGUDA, RAYAGADA
PRIVATE
27
GANDHI INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGICAL ADVANCEMENT BADA RAGHUNATHPUR, MADANPUR, KHURDA
PRIVATE
28
GANDHI INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY & MANAGEMENT GANGAPADA, JANLA, KHURDA
PRIVATE
29
GHANSHYAM HEMALATA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT RASANANDA JENA VIHAR, PO : CHHAITANA, PURI – 752002
PRIVATE
30
GOPAL KRISHNA COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY I.E.M., GOURAHARI VIHAR, PO : RANIPUT, JEYPORE DIST : KORAPUT – 764005
PRIVATE
31
GOVERNMENT COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, KALAHADI BHAWANIPATNA, KALAHANDI
GOVERNMENT
32
GURUKUL COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING FOR WOMEN JAMUJHARI, CHHATABAR, BHUBANESWAR
PRIVATE
33
GURUKULA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY JAMUJHARI, CHHATABAR, BHUBANESWAR
PRIVATE
34
HITECH COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING RASULGARH, BHUBANESWAR
PRIVATE
35
HI-TECH INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY BESIDE NF-5, KHURDA
PRIVATE
36
INDIC INSTITUTE OF DESIGN AND RESEARCH MUKTAPUR, KHURDA
PRIVATE
37
INDIRA GANDHI INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY I.G.I.T. CAMPUS, SARANG (PARJANG), DIST – DHENKANAL, PIN – 759146
GOVERNMENT
38
INDOTECH COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING MALLIPADA, PALLAHAT, KHURDA
PRIVATE
39
INDUS COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, BHUBANESWAR BARAKUDA HEIGHTS, BHUBANESWAR -752 050
PRIVATE
40
INSTITUTE OF ADVANCED COMPUTER AND RESEARCH AUROBINDA MARG, PRAJUKTI VIHAR, RAYAGADA – 765002
PRIVATE
41
INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY GOTHAPATNA, BHUBANESWAR
GOVERNMENT
42
JAGANNATH INSTITUTE FOR TECHNOLOGY & MANAGEMENT ALLURI NAGAR, PO : R. SITAPUR, VIA : UPALADA, PARALAKHEMUNDI, DIST : GAJAPATI – 761211
PRIVATE
43
JAGANNATH INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY PHASE  – III, NEW INDUSTRIAL ESTATE, JAGATPUR, CUTTACK – 754021
PRIVATE
44
KALAM INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY GOBINDAVIHAR, GOVINDAPUR, JAGANNAIKPUR, BERHAMPUR, GANJAM
PRIVATE
45
KMBB COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY DALEIPUT, TALAHATA, KHURDA
PRIVATE
46
KONARK INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY TECHNO PARK, SANDHAPUR, JATNI, KHURDA – 752050
PRIVATE
47
KOUSTUV INSTITUTE OF SELF DOMAIN PLOT NO. 1, SECTOR ‘B’, CHANDAKA NUCLEUS INDUSTRIAL COMPLEX, PATIA,  BHUBANESWAR – 751031
PRIVATE
48
KOUSTUV INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY PLOT-2, SECTOR-B, CHANDAKA IND. COMPLEX, CHANDRASEKHARPUR, BHUBANESWAR-24
PRIVATE
49
KRUPAJALA ENGINEERING COLLEGE PUBA SASAN, KAUSALYAGANGA, BHUBANESWAR – 751002
PRIVATE
50
MAHARAJA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY TARABOI, KHURDA
PRIVATE
51
MAHAVIR INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY N4 – 208, IRC VILLAGE, NAYAPALLI, BHUBANESWAR – 751015
PRIVATE
52
MAJHIGHARIANI INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY AND SCIENCE AT : BHUJABAL SRIRAM VIHAR, PO : KOLONARA, DIST : RAYAGADA – 765017
PRIVATE
53
MODERN ENGINEERING & MANAGEMENT STUDIES BANAPARIA, KURUDA, BALASORE
PRIVATE
54
MODERN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY & MANAGEMENT BHAGABATIPUR, KANTABADA, JANLA, KHURA
PRIVATE
55
NALANDA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, BHUBANESWAR BUDHHIST VILLA, CHANDAKA, BHUBANESWAR -754005
PRIVATE
56
NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY PALUR HILLS, BERHAMPUR – 761008
PRIVATE
57
NIGAM INSTITUTE OF ENGINEEING & TECHNOLOGY RIVER VIEW CAMPUS, BARANGA, CUTTACK-754006
PRIVATE
58
NM INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY SIJUA, PATRAPADA, KHANDAGIRI, BHUBANESWAR
PRIVATE
59
ORISSA ENGINEERING COLLEGE 36 A, SAHIDNAGAR, BHUBANESWAR – 751007
PRIVATE
60
ORISSA SCHOOL OF MINING ENGINEERING KEONJHAR – 758001
GOVERNMENT
61
OXFORD COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & MANAGEMENT RAMACHANDRAPUR, BHATAPATNA, BALIANTA, BHUBANESWAR
PRIVATE
62
PADMANAVA COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING SECTOR – 4, ROURKELA – 769002
PRIVATE
63
PADMASHREE KRUTHARTHA COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AT : CHAKARKEND, PO / DIST : BARGARH – 768028
PRIVATE
64
PARALA MAHARAJA ENGINEERING COLLEGE BERHAMPUR
GOVERNMENT
65
PURUSHOTTAM INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY PURUSHOTTAM VIHAR, MANDIAKUDAR, KANSBAHAL, ROURKELA – 770034
PRIVATE
66
RAAJDHANI ENGINEERING COLLEGE RASULGARH, BHUBANESWAR’
PRIVATE
67
RAHUL INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY GOVINDAPUR JN, TATADAPALLI VILLAGE, KONISI, BERHAMPUR
PRIVATE
68
ROLAND INSTITUTE TECHNOLOGY SURYA VIHAR, BERHAMPUR – 761008 (GANJAM)
PRIVATE
69
SAMANTA CHANDRA SEKHAR INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT AT : JANIGUDA, PO : SEMILIGUDA, DIST : KORAPUT – 764036
PRIVATE
70
SANJAY MEMORIAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY AT / PO : CHANDIPADAR, BERHAMPUR, GANJAM – 761003
PRIVATE
71
SATYASAI ENGINEERING COLLEGE INDUSTRIAL ESTATE, BALASORE
PRIVATE
72
SEEMANTA ENGINEERING COLLEGE MAYUR VIHAR, AT / PO : JHARPOKARIA, MAYURBHANJ – 757086
PRIVATE
73
SHIBANI INSTITUTE OF TECHNICAL EDUCATION CHHATABARA, JANLA, BHUBANESWAR
PRIVATE
74
SILICON INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY SILICON HILLS, PATIA, BHUBANESWAR – 751024
PRIVATE
75
SILICON INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY SASAN, SAMBALPUR
PRIVATE
76
SOPHITORIUM ENGINEERING COLLEGE INFRONT OF COLLECTOR OFFICE, BANIATANGI, KHURDA
PRIVATE
77
SPINTRONIC TECHNOLOGY & ADVANCE RESEARCH TARABOI, JATNI, KHURDA
PRIVATE
78
SRINIX COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING RANIPATNA, BALASORE
PRIVATE
79
SUBAS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY GYAN VIHAR, BARANG, BHUBANESWAR
PRIVATE
80
SUDDHANANDA ENGINEERING & RESEARH CENTRE PHULNAKHARA, NACHHIPUR, BHATAPATNA, CUTTACK
PRIVATE
81
SUNDERGARH ENGINEERING COLLEGE, SUNDERGARH AT/PO – KIREI, SUNDERGARH – 770 073
PRIVATE
82
SYNERGY INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY BANAMALI PRASAD, BY THE SIDE OF NH – 42, DHENKANAL – 759001
PRIVATE
83
SYNERGY INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY BHIMPUR, JAGANNATHPUR, BALIANTA, KHURDA
PRIVATE
84
THE TECHNO SCHOOL 361(A), KUBERPURI, PATRAPADA, BHUBANESWAR-751019
PRIVATE
85
TEMPLE CITY INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOY & ENGINEERING, BHUBANESWAR PLOT-F/12, IID CENTRE, BARUNEI, KHURDA
PRIVATE
86
TRIDENT ACADEMY OF TECHNOLOGY F2/A CHANDAKA INDUSTRIAL ESTATE, BHUBANESWAR -24
PRIVATE
87
VEDANG INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLGY AT-DURGA PRASAD, PO-RAMACHANDI, KHURDA
PRIVATE
88
VIDYASAGAR INSTITUTE OF TECHNICAL STUDY DAMANABHUIN, TANGI, KHURDA
PRIVATE
89
VIGNAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT BHAIRAVI VIHAR, HARADANGA, MANTRIDI, GOLANTHARA, GANJAM
PRIVATE
90
VIJAYANJALI INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY PLOT 260 & 262, GADABHANGA, BALASORE
PRIVATE
91
VIKASH COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING FOR WOMEN VIKASH ENCLAVE, BARAHAGUDA CANAL CHOWK, BARGARH
PRIVATE
92
VIVEKANANDA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY AT- CHHATABARA, PO-DANDI CHHATABARA, CHANDAKA, BHUBANESWAR
PRIVATE
93
XAVIER INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY PRINCES AVENUE, GHANGAPATNA, NEAR IIIT, BHUBANESWAR
PRIVATE
94
CAPITAL ENGINEERING COLLEGE, KHURDA MAHATAPARA, KHURDA
PRIVATE
95
BHUBANESWAR INSTITUTE OF INDUSTRIAL  TECHNOLOGY, KHURDA 1288, KAPILAPRASAD, BHUBANESWAR – 751002
PRIVATE
96
RAYAGADA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY & MANAGEMENT, RAYAGADA PITA MAHAL, RAYAGADA – 765001
PRIVATE
97
RADHAKRISHNA INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY, KHURDA IDCO PLOT NO:01, KHURDA INDL ESTATE, KHURDA
PRIVATE
98
INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY, KHURDA 290, BHATKUDI, GANGAPADA, BHUBANESWAR
PRIVATE
99
BHADRAK ACADEMY OF TECHNOLOGY, KANTABAD, BHUBANESWAR AT/PO : KANTABADA, KHURDA – 752054
PRIVATE
100
KRUTTIKA INSTITUTE OF TECHNICAL EDUCATION, CHANDAKA GANGAPATNA, KANTABADA, CHANDAKA, KHURDA
PRIVATE

2 B.Arch Colleges

SL. NO
COLLEGE ADDRESS
TYPE
1
PILOO MODY COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE SECTOR – 1, MARKAT NAGAR, ABHINAVA BIDANASI, CDA. CUTTACK : 753014
PRIVATE
2
COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY TECHNO CAMPUS, NEAR KHANDAGIRI, KALINGANAGAR, BHUBANESWAR – 751003
GOVERNMENT

16 B. Pharm Colleges

SL. NO.
COLLEGE ADDRESS
TYPE
1
COLLEGE OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES AT / PO : MOHUDA, DIST : GANJAM – 760002
PRIVATE
2
COLLEGE OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES, PURI CHAKRATIRTHA ROAD, PURI
PRIVATE
3
DADHICHI COLLEGE OF PHARMACY VIDYA VIHAR, SUNDERGRAM, CUTTACK-754002
PRIVATE
4
GAYATRI COLLEGE OF PHARMACY GAYATRI VIHAR, JAMADARPALI,  DIST : SAMBALPUR – 768101
PRIVATE
5
GAYATRI INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY GYAN VIHAR, REGADA, DIST : RAYAGDA, GUNUPUR – 765025
PRIVATE
6
INDIRA GANDHI INSTITUTE OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES N-4 / 208, IRC VILLAGE, BHUBANESWAR – 751015
PRIVATE
7
INSTITUTE OF PHARMACY AND TECHNOLOGY SALIPUR, DIST : CUTTACK – 754202
PRIVATE
8
IMT PHARMACY COLLEGE SAI VIHAR, GOPALPUR, PURI
PRIVATE
9
JEYPORE COLLEGE OF PHARMACY AT : RONDAPALI, PO : JEYPORE, DIST : KORAPUT – 764002
PRIVATE
10
KANAK MANJARI INSTITUTE OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCE GOPABANDHU NAGAR, CHHEND, ROURKELA – 769015
PRIVATE
11
ROLAND INSTITUTE OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES AT : AMBAPUA, PO : KHODASINGI, BERHAMPUR DIST : GANJAM – 760010
PRIVATE
12
ROYAL COLLEGE OF PHARMACY & HEALTH SCIENCES MAYUREE VIHAR, BERHAMPUR, DIST : GANJAM – 760002
PRIVATE
13
SEEMANTA INSTITUTE OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES AT / PO : JHARPOKHARIA, DIST : MAYURBHANJ – 757086
PRIVATE
14
SRI JAYADEV COLLEGE OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES AT / PO : NAHARKANTA, BHUBANESWAR – 752101
PRIVATE
15
THE PHARMACEUTICAL COLLEGE TINGIPALI, BARPALI, DIST : BARGARH – 768029
PRIVATE
16
HITECH COLLEGE OF PHARMACY RASULGARH, BHUBANESWAR
PRIVATE

60 MBA Colleges

SL. NO.
COLLEGE
ADDRESS
TYPE
1
ACADEMY OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION S1/25, INDUSTRIAL ESTATE, BALASORE – 756001
PRIVATE
2
ACADEMY OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES, BHUBANESWAR PUBA SASAN, KAUSALYAGANGA, BHUBANESWAR – 751002
PRIVATE
3
AJAY BINAY INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, CUTTACK Plot No. 1/11/A, CDA – Sector-1, Market Nagar, Bidanasi, Cuttack, Orissa- 753014
PRIVATE
4
APEX INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY & MANAGEMENT, PAHALA Pahala, Bhubaneswar-Cuttack, NH-5
PRIVATE
5
ASTHA SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT PLOT-261, ATALA, PO-BALIANTA, BHUBANESWAR
PRIVATE
6
BALASORE COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY, BALASORE At/Po: Sergarh, Balasore-60
PRIVATE
7
BARABATI INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES BISWALPADA, KHANDEITA, GOPALPUR, CUTTACK
PRIVATE
8
BHADRAK INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY, BHADRAK AT / PO : BARAPADA, DIST – BHADRAK, PIN – 756113
PRIVATE
9
BHUBANESWAR INST. OF MGMT. & INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY, BHUBANESWAR GITANJALI, RASULGARH, BHUBANESWAR – 751010
PRIVATE
10
BIJU PATNAIK INST. OF INFORMATION TECH. AND MGMT., BHUBANESWAR PLOT NO : F/4, OPPOSITE INFOCITY, PO : KIIT, PATIA, BHUBANESWAR – 751024
PRIVATE
11
BRM INSITUTE OF MANAGEMENT AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY, BHUBANESWAR AT : PUBASASAN, PO : KAUSHALYAHANGA, BHUBANESWAR – 751002
PRIVATE
12
C. V. RAMAN COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, BHUBANESWAR BIDYANAGAR, MAHURA, JANLA, BHUBANESWAR – 752054
PRIVATE
13
CENTRE FOR IT EDUCATION, BHUBANESWAR PLOT NO. 4, SECTOR – A, ZONE – B, MANCHESWAR INDUSTRIAL ESTATE, BHUBANESWAR – 751010
GOVERNMENT
14
CENTRE FOR MANAGEMENT STUDIES, BHUBANESWAR ORISSA ENGINEERING COLLEGE, CITY CAMPUS, 460, SAHIDNAGAR, BHUBANESWAR – 751007
PRIVATE
15
CENTURION INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, BHUBANESWAR Centurion Institute of Technology At – Ramachandrapur PO – Jatni, Dist – Khurda Orissa
PRIVATE
16
COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, BHUBANESWAR COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING BHUBANESWAR, CNI COMPLEX, SECTOR – B, PATIA, BHUBANESWAR – 24
PRIVATE
17
DHANESWAR RATH INSTITUTE OF ENGG. AND MGMT. STUDIES, CUTTACK KAIRAPARI, KOTSAHI (TANGI), CUTTACK – 754022
PRIVATE
18
DR. AMBEDKAR MEMORIAL INST. OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY & MGMT, ROURKELA JAGDA, ROURKELA – 769042
PRIVATE
19
GANDHI ENGINEERING COLLEGE, BHUBANESWAR at Badaraghunathpur, PO : Madanpur, Via Janla, Bhubaneswar Dist : Khurda
PRIVATE
20
GANDHI INSTITUTE FOR TECHNOLOGY, BHUBANESWAR AT-GRAMADIHI PO-GANGAPADA VIA-JANLA, BHUBANESWAR DIST-KHURDA
PRIVATE
21
GANDHI INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES, GUNUPUR GUNUPUR, DIST : RAYAGADA – 765002
PRIVATE
22
GANDHI INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGICAL ADVANCEMENT, BHUBANESWAR At: Badaraghunathpur, Po: Madanpur, Via: Janla, Dist: Khurda
PRIVATE
23
GAYATRI COLLEGE OF MANAGEMENT JAMADARPALI, SAMBALPUR
PRIVATE
24
GAYATRI INSTITUTE OF COMPUTER & MANAGEMENT STUDIES, GUNUPUR GYAN VIHAR, GUNUPUR, DIST : RAYAGADA – 765022
PRIVATE
25
GLOBAL INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT, NAHARAKANTA MAHATAB ROAD, CUTTACK – 753001
PRIVATE
26
GURUKUL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, BHUBANESWAR Jamujhari, Chhatabar, Bhubaneswar
PRIVATE
27
HI-TECH INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, BHUBANESWAR Industrial Estate , NH-5 Khurda, BHUBANESWAR
PRIVATE
28
IIPM SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT, KANSBAHAL, ROURKELA KANSBAHAL, ROURKELA – 770034
PRIVATE
29
INDUS COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, BHUBANESWAR Barakuda Heights, Bhubaneswar
PRIVATE
30
INSTITUTE OF ADVANCED COMPUTER & RESEARCH, RAYAGADA AUROBINDA MARG, PRAJUKTI VIHAR, RAYAGADA – 765002
PRIVATE
31
INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT & INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY, CUTTACK BOSE CAMPUS, CUTTACK – 753007
GOVERNMENT
32
INSTITUTE OF PROFESSIONAL STUDIES & RESEARCH, CUTTACK IPSAR HOUSE, SECTOR – 6, CDA, BIDANASI, CUTTACK – 753014
PRIVATE
33
KALAM INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, BERHAMPUR Govinda Vihar, Govindapur, Berhampur, Ganjam
PRIVATE
34
KONARK INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, BHUBANESWAR Po.Box.No.-21, Techno Park, Jatni, Bhubaneswar, Orissa
PRIVATE
35
KOUSTAV INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, BHUBANESWAR KGI Campus-3, Infocity Road, Chandaka Neucleus Industrial Complex, Patia, Bhubaneswar.
PRIVATE
36
KOUSTUV INSTITUTE OF SELF DOMAIN, BHUBANESWAR Plot No. 1, (B). Sector – B, C.N.I.Complex, Patia , Bhubaneswar.
PRIVATE
37
KUSHAGRA INSTITUTE OF INFORMATION & MANAGEMENT SCIENCE, CUTTACK PIRA BAZAR, GOPALPUR, CUTTACK – 753013
PRIVATE
38
MADHUSUDAN INSTITUTE OF CO-OPERATIVE MANAGEMENT, BHUBNESWAR UNIT – VIII, BHUBANESWAR – 751012
CENTRAL GOVERNMENT
39
MAHAVIR INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY, BHUBANESWAR Mahavir Nagar, Paniora
PRIVATE
40
MODERN ENGINEERING & MANAGEMENT STUDIES, BALASORE NH-5, Balasore
PRIVATE
41
MODERN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY & MANAGEMENT, BHUBANESWAR Bidya Bihar, Bhagabatipur, Kantabad
PRIVATE
42
NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, BERHAMPUR PALUR HILLS, BERHAMPUR – 761008
PRIVATE
43
NIIS INSTITUTE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION SARADAVIHAR, MADANPUR, BHUBANESWAR
PRIVATE
44
NIIST INERNATIONAL INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT 3840, BARIMUND, MANCHESWAR
PRIVATE
45
NM INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY, BHUBANESWAR SIJUA, PATRAPADA, KHANDAGIRI, BHUBANESWAR
PRIVATE
46
P J COLLEGE OF MANAGEMENT & TECHNOLOGY, BHUBANESWAR AT- KESORA, PO- BANKUAL, BHUBANESWAR-2
PRIVATE
47
POST GRADUATE CENTRE FOR MANAGEMENT STUDIES, BERHAMPUR SMIT, BRUNDABAN BIHAR, ANKUSHPUR, BERHAMPUR, GANJAM – 761100
PRIVATE
48
PURUSHOTTAM INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY, ROURKELA PURUSHOTTAM VIHAR, MANDIAKUDAR, KANSBAHAL, ROURKELA – 770034
PRIVATE
49
RAJDHANI COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & MANAGEMENT, BHUBANESWAR PLOT NO : 18, SECTOR – A, ZONE – B, MANCHESWAR INDUSTRIAL ESTATE, BHUBANESWAR – 751010
PRIVATE
50
RAJDHANI ENGINEERING COLLEGE, BHUBANESWAR RASULGARH, BHUBANESWAR’
PRIVATE
51
RJ SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES, BALASORE TIGIRIA, PUNJIBAG, SUNHAT, BALASORE
PRIVATE
52
ROURKELA INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES, ROURKELA INSTITUTIONAL AREA, GOPABANDHU NAGAR, CHHEND, ROURKELA – 769015
PRIVATE
53
ROURKELA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, ROURKELA PO : KALUNGA, DIST : SUNDERGARH – 770031
PRIVATE
54
SRUSTI ACADEMYOF MANAGEMENT, BHUBANESWAR PLOT NO. 38 / 1, CHANDAKA INDUSTRIAL ESTATE, PO : PATIA, BHUBANESWAR – 751031
PRIVATE
55
SUDDHANANDA SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT & COMPUTER SCIENCE PHULNAKHARA, NACHHIPUR, BHATAPATNA, CUTTACK
PRIVATE
56
THE TECHNO SCHOOL, BHUBANESWAR THE TECHNO SCHOOL, PATRAPADA, BHUBANESWAR, ORISSA
PRIVATE
57
TRIDENT ACADEMY OF CREATIVE TECHNOLOGY, BHUBANESWAR Trident Academy of Creative Technology, F2/B1Chandaka Industrial Estate,Bhubaneswer.
PRIVATE
58
TRIDENT ACADEMY OF TECHNOLOGY, BHUBANESWAR S – 2 / 142, MANCHESWAR INDUSTRIAL ESTATE, BHUBANESWAR – 751010
PRIVATE
59
UNITED SCHOOL OF BUSINESS MANAGEMENT 37/A, CHANDAKA INDUSTRIAL ESTATE, NEAR INFOCITY, PATIA, BHUBANESWAR
PRIVATE
60
VIGNAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY & MANAGEMENT, BERHAMPUR Bhairavi Vihar, Haradanga Village, PO:Mantridi, Via:Golanthara, Berhampur
PRIVATE

45 MCA Colleges

SL. NO
COLLEGE
ADDRESS
TYPE
1
ACADEMY OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION S1/25, INDUSTRIAL ESTATE, BALASORE – 756001
PRIVATE
2
AJAY BINAY INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, CUTTACK Plot No. 1/11/A, CDA – Sector-1, Market Nagar, Bidanasi, Cuttack, Orissa- 753014.
PRIVATE
3
BALASORE COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY, BALASORE At/Po: Sergarh, Balasore-60
PRIVATE
4
BHADRAK INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY, BHADRAK AT / PO : BARAPADA, DIST – BHADRAK, PIN – 756113
PRIVATE
5
BHUBANESWAR ENGINEERING COLLEGE, BHUBANESWAR (BEC), KGI CAMPUS-4, NK NAGAR, GRAMADIHA, GANGAPADA, BHUBANESWAR
PRIVATE
6
BRM INSITUTE OF MANAGEMENT AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY, BHUBANESWAR AT : PUBASASAN, PO : KAUSHALYAHANGA, BHUBANESWAR – 751002
PRIVATE
7
C. V. RAMAN COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, BHUBANESWAR BIDYANAGAR, MAHURA, JANLA, BHUBANESWAR – 752054
PRIVATE
8
CENTRE FOR IT EDUCATION, BHUBANESWAR PLOT NO. 4, SECTOR – A, ZONE – B, MANCHESWAR INDUSTRIAL ESTATE, BHUBANESWAR – 751010
GOVERNMENT
9
COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY, BHUBANESWAR TECHNO CAMPUS, NEAR KHANDAGIRI, KALINGANAGAR, BHUBANESWAR – 751003
GOVERNMENT
10
COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, BHUBANESWAR COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING BHUBANESWAR, CNI COMPLEX, SECTOR – B, PATIA, BHUBANESWAR – 24
PRIVATE
11
DR. AMBEDKAR MEMORIAL INST. OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY & MGMT, ROURKELA JAGDA, ROURKELA – 769042
PRIVATE
12
GANDHI ENGINEERING COLLEGE, BHUBANESWAR at Badaraghunathpur, PO : Madanpur, Via Janla, Bhubaneswar Dist : Khurda
PRIVATE
13
GANDHI INSTITUTE FOR TECHNOLOGY, BHUBANESWAR AT-GRAMADIHI PO-GANGAPADA VIA-JANLA, BHUBANESWAR DIST-KHURDA
PRIVATE
14
GANDHI INSTITUTE OF COMPUTER STUDIES, GUNUPUR AT : GOBRIGUDA, PO : KHARILING, GUNUPUR – 765002
PRIVATE
15
GANDHI INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGICAL ADVANCEMENT, BHUBANESWAR At: Badaraghunathpur     Po: Madanpur,              Via: Janla, Dist: Khurda
PRIVATE
16
GAYATRI INSTITUTE OF COMPUTER & MANAGEMENT STUDIES, GUNUPUR GYAN VIHAR, GUNUPUR, DIST : RAYAGADA – 765022
PRIVATE
17
INDIAN INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE & INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY, BHUBANESWAR GITANJALI, RASULGARH, BHUBANESWAR – 751010
PRIVATE
18
INDIRA GANDHI INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, SARANG I.G.I.T. CAMPUS, SARANG (PARJANG), DIST – DHENKANAL, PIN – 759146
GOVERNMENT
19
INDUS COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, BHUBANESWAR Barakuda Heights, Bhubaneswar
PRIVATE
20
INSTITUTE OF ADVANCED COMPUTER & RESEARCH, RAYAGADA AUROBINDA MARG, PRAJUKTI VIHAR, RAYAGADA – 765002
PRIVATE
21
INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT & INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY, CUTTACK BOSE CAMPUS, CUTTACK – 753007
GOVERNMENT
22
INSTITUTE OF PROFESSIONAL STUDIES & RESEARCH, CUTTACK IPSAR HOUSE, SECTOR – 6, CDA, BIDANASI, CUTTACK – 753014
PRIVATE
23
INSTITUTE OF TECHNICAL EDUCATION & RESEARCH, BHUBANESWAR Jagamohan Nagar, Jagamara, Khandagiri, Bhubaneswar
PRIVATE
24
INTER SCIENCE INSTITUTE OF COMPUTER APPLICATION KANTABADA, BARANGA, KHURDA
PRIVATE
25
KOUSTUV INSTITUTE OF SELF DOMAIN, BHUBANESWAR Plot No. 1, (B). Sector – B, C.N.I.Complex, Patia , Bhubaneswar.
PRIVATE
26
KUSHAGRA INSTITUTE OF INFORMATION & MANAGEMENT SCIENCE, CUTTACK PIRA BAZAR, GOPALPUR, CUTTACK – 753013
PRIVATE
27
MAHAVIR INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY, BHUBANESWAR Mahavir Nagar, Paniora
PRIVATE
28
NALANDA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, BHUBANESWAR Buddhist Villa, Chandaka, Bhubaneswar
PRIVATE
29
NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, BERHAMPUR PALUR HILLS, BERHAMPUR – 761008
PRIVATE
30
NIIS INSTITUTE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION SARADAVIHAR, MADANPUR, BHUBANESWAR
PRIVATE
31
NM INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY, BHUBANESWAR SIJUA, PATRAPADA, KHANDAGIRI, BHUBANESWAR
PRIVATE
32
ORISSA COMPUTER ACADEMY, BHUBANESWAR PRASANTI VIHAR, PUBASASAN, KAUSALYAGANGA, BHUBANESWAR – 751002
PRIVATE
33
P J COLLEGE OF MANAGEMENT & TECHNOLOGY, BHUBANESWAR AT- KESORA, PO- BANKUAL, BHUBANESWAR-2
PRIVATE
34
PURUSHOTTAM INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY, ROURKELA PURUSHOTTAM VIHAR, MANDIAKUDAR, KANSBAHAL, ROURKELA – 770034
PRIVATE
35
RAJDHANI ENGINEERING COLLEGE, BHUBANESWAR RASULGARH, BHUBANESWAR’
PRIVATE
36
REGIONAL COLLEGE OF MANAGEMENT, BHUBANESWAR GD-2/12 & 2/13, NEAR KALINGA HOSPITAL, CHADRASEKHARPUR, BHUBANESWAR – 751023
PRIVATE
37
ROLAND INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, BERHAMPUR SURYA VIHAR, BERHAMPUR – 761008 (GANJAM)
PRIVATE
38
ROURKELA INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES, ROURKELA INSTITUTIONAL AREA, GOPABANDHU NAGAR, CHHEND, ROURKELA – 769015
PRIVATE
39
ROURKELA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, ROURKELA PO : KALUNGA, DIST : SUNDERGARH – 770031
PRIVATE
40
SEEMANTA ENGINEERING COLLEGE, JHARPOKHARIA MAYUR VIHAR, AT / PO : JHARPOKARIA, MAYURBHANJ – 757086
PRIVATE
41
SILICON INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, BHUBANESWAR SILICON HILLS, PATIA, BHUBANESWAR – 751024
PRIVATE
42
SRUSTI ACADEMYOF MANAGEMENT, BHUBANESWAR PLOT NO. 38 / 1, CHANDAKA INDUSTRIAL ESTATE, PO : PATIA, BHUBANESWAR – 751031
PRIVATE
43
TAPASWINI INSTITUTE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY, ROURKELA KANSBAHAL, ROURKELA – 770034
PRIVATE
44
THE TECHNO SCHOOL, BHUBANESWAR THE TECHNO SCHOOL, PATRAPADA, BHUBANESWAR, ORISSA
PRIVATE
45
TRIDENT ACADEMY OF CREATIVE TECHNOLOGY, BHUBANESWAR Trident Academy of Creative Technology, F2/B1, Chandaka Industrial Estate, Bhubaneswer.
PRIVATE

1 comment October 15th, 2010

Junior College preferences to study Plus 2 Science among students of Odisha

This is based on the cut-off data in http://www.orissalinks.com/archives/5020 and is only about the 169 junior colleges for which there is e-counseling. Note that there are now more than 100 private plus 2 science colleges across Odisha (with more than 50 in Bhubaneswar-Cuttack area alone) and they are not part of this list. An example is the Kalinga Bharati College that did very well in Plus 2 exams this year. In 2007 we had made a list of the new breed of private +2 science colleges at http://www.orissalinks.com/archives/283. By now the number of such colleges has more than doubled.

District College

Science

Cutoff %

Khurda Buxi Jagabandhu Bidyadhar (Junior) College, Bhubaneswar 91.2
Cuttack Ravenshaw (Junior) College, Cuttack 89.67
Khurda College (Junior) of Basic Science & Humanities, Bhubaneswar 87.33
Cuttack Jatiya Kabi Bira Kishore (Junior) Government College, Cuttack 85.5
Balasore Fakir Mohan (Junior) College, Balasore 85
Ganjam Khallikote (Junior) College, Berhampur 84.33
Khurda Rama Devi Women’s (Junior) College, Bhubaneswar 84
Cuttack Shailabala Women’s (Junior) College, Cuttack 83
Khurda Rajdhani (Junior) College, Bhubaneswar 82.83
Dhenkanal Dhenkanal (Junior) College, Dhenkanal 82.17
Ganjam Sashi Bhusan Rath Government Women’s (Junior) College, Berhampur 81.72
Mayurbhanj Maharaja Purna Chandra (Junior) College, Baripada 80
Balasore Upendra Nath (Junior) College, Soro 79.83
Bhadrak Bhadrak (Junior) College, Bhadrak 79.8
Puri Samanta Chandra Sekhar (Junior) College, Puri 79.67
Ganjam Binayak Acharya (Junior) College, Berhampur 79
Sundargarh Government (Junior) College, Rourkela 79
Nayagarh Nayagarh (Junior) College, Nayagarh 78.67
Khurda Maharishi (Junior) College of Natural Law, Bhubaneswar 78.5
Jajpur Narasingh Choudhury (Junior) College, Jajpur 78.33
Jagatsinghpur Swami Vivekananda Memorial (Junior) College, Jagatsinghpur 78
Angul Government (Junior) College, Angul 77.83
Cuttack Salepur (Junior) College, Salepur 77.83
Sambalpur Gangadhar Meher (Junior) College, Sambalpur 77.67
Balasore Kuntala Kumari Sabat Women’s (Junior) College, Balasore 76.17
Ganjam Science (Junior) College, Hinjilicut 75.5
Keonjhar Dharanidhar (Junior) College, Keonjhar 75
Kendrapara Kendrapara (Junior) College, Kendrapara 74.17
Khurda Kamala Nehru Women’s (Junior) College, Bhubaneswar 74
Dhenkanal Government Women’s (Junior) College, Dhenkanal 73.83
Puri Nimapada (Junior) College, Nimapada 73.17
Baragarh Dadhi Baman (Junior) College, Bhatli 73
Ganjam Government (Junior) College, Chhatrapur 72.67
Khurda Prananath (Junior) College, Khurda 71.83
Jajpur Vyasa Nagar (Junior) College, Jajpur Road 71.33
Ganjam Rama Chandra Mardaraj Science (Junior) College, Khallikote 69.33
Jagatsinghpur Adikabi Sarala Das (Junior) College, Tirtol 68.5
Bolangir Rajendra (Junior) College, Bolangir 68
Sambalpur Government Women’s (Junior) College, Sambalpur 68
Balasore Gopalpur (Junior) College, Gopalpur, Balasore 67.5
Khurda Kshetrabasi Dayananda Anglovedic (Junior) College, Nirakarpur 66.67
Mayurbhanj Rairangpur (Junior)College, Rairangpur 66.67
Kendrapara Marshaghai (Junior) College, Marshaghai 66.5
Cuttack Gopabandhu Science (Junior) College, Athagarh 66.33
Jajpur Baba Bhairabananda (Junior) Mahavidyalaya, Chandikhol 66.17
Kendrapara Pattamundai (Junior) College, Pattamundai 66
Gajapati Sri Krushna Chandra Gajapati (Junior) College, Paralakhemundi 65.67
Koraput Vikram Deb (Junior) College, Jeypore 65.67
Angul Janata (Junior) College, Boinda 64.67
Khurda Sri Satya Sai (Junior) College for Women, Pokhriput 64.5
Ganjam Khemundi (Junior) College, Digapahandi 64.33
Sundargarh Ispat (Junior) College, Rourkela 64
Bhadrak Atal Bihari (Junior) College, Basudevpur 63
Baragarh Attabira (Junior) College, Attabira 61.83
Ganjam Aska Science (Junior) College, Aska 61.33
Jajpur Sadhu Goureswar (Junior) College, Kanikapada 61.17
Keonjhar Anandapur (Junior) College, Anandapur 60.83
Keonjhar Government Women’s (Junior) College, Keonjhar 60.8
Baragarh Panchayat (Junior) College, Bargarh 60.5
Kandhamal Government (Junior) College, Phulbani 60.5
Sundargarh Sushilabati Government (Junior) Women’s College, Rourkela 60.5
Rayagada Gunupur (Junior) College, Gunupur 59.67
Balasore Rural Institute of Higher Studies, Bhogarai 59.5
Puri Gop (Junior) College, Gop 59.17
Angul Athamallik (Junior) College, Athmallik 59
Dhenkanal Hindol (Junior) College, Khajuriakota 59
Angul Talcher (Junior) College, Talcher 57.5
Sambalpur Kuchinda (Junior) College, Kuchinda 57.17
Koraput D.A.V. (Junior) College, Landiguda, Koraput 57
Baragarh Larambha (Junior) College, Larambha 56.33
Mayurbhanj Laxmi Kanta (Junior) College, Bangriposi 56.33
Ganjam Tara Tarini (Junior) College, Purusottampur 56.17
Nawarangpur Pendrani (Junior) Mahavidyalaya, Umerkote 56.17
Malkangiri Balimela (Junior) College of Technology, Niladrinagar 55.17
Sundargarh Rourkela (Junior) College, Rourkela 54.17
Balasore Nilagiri (Junior) College, Nilagiri 53
Puri Alarnath Dhandamulak (Junior) Mahavidyalaya, Brahmagiri 50.67
Cuttack Mohan Subudhi (Junior) College, Baramba 50.17
Rayagada Rayagada (Junior) College, Rayagada 49.67
Cuttack Narasinghpur (Junior) College, Narasinghpur 49.4
Kendrapara Sailendra Narayan (Junior) College, Rajkanika 49
Mayurbhanj Seemanta (Junior) Mahavidyalaya, Jharpokharia 49
Mayurbhanj Karanjia (Junior) College, Karanjia 48.83
Sundergarh Bonaigarh (Junior) College, Bonaigarh 47.17
Mayurbhanj Udala (Junior) College, Udala 45.83
Sambalpur Burla N.A.C. (Junior) College, Burla 45.83
Sonepur Sonepur (Junior) College, Sonepur 45.67
Khurda Sishu Ananta (Junior) Mahavidyalaya, Balipatna 45.6
Sambalpur Trust Fund (Junior) College, Bamra 45.5
Koraput Semiliguda (Junior) College, Seimiliguda 45.33
Koraput Kotpad (Junior) College, Kotpad 45
Keonjhar Chandra Sekhar (Junior) College, Champua 44.83
Keonjhar Braja Bandhu (Junior) Mahavidyalaya, Harichandanpur 44.17
Cuttack Banki (Junior) College, Banki 42.17
Nayagarh Ranapur (Junior) College, Ranpur 42
Sambalpur Netaji Subash Chandra Bose (Junior) College, Sambalpur 42
Bhadrak Biranchi Narayan Madhab Arjun (Junior) College, Paliabindha 41.83
Bhadrak Dhamnagar (Junior) College, Dhamnagar 41.83
Khurda Godavarish (Junior) Mahavidyalaya, Banapur 41.5
Sundargarh Government (Junior) Science College, Kutra, Sundergarh 41.5
Puri Mangala (Junior) Mahavidyalaya, Kakatpur 41
Boudh Boudh Panchayat (Junior) College, Boudh 40.67
Nayagarh Pathani Samanta (Junior) College, Khandapara 40.67
Nuapada Sinapali (Junior) College, Sinapali 39.83
Mayurbhanj Jashipur (Junior) College, Jashipur 39.67
Jharsuguda Women’s (Junior) College, Jharsuguda 39.33
Kalahandi Kesinga (Junior) Mahavidyalaya, Kesinga 38.67
Puri Utkalmani Gopabandhu Smruti (Junior) Mahavidyalaya, Sakhigopal 38.67
Bhadrak Chandbali (Junior) College, Chandbali 38.33
Keonjhar Tarini Thakurani (Junior) Mahavidyalaya, Ghatagaon 38.33
Nayagarh Raghunath Samabaya (Junior) Mahavidyalaya, Odagaon 38.17
Dhenkanal Kamakshyanagar (Junior) College, Kamakshyanagar 38
Ganjam Kabi Samrat Upendra Bhanja (Junior) College, Bhanjanagar 38
Bolangir D.A.V. (Junior) College, Titilagarh 37.83
Baragarh Anchal (Junior) College, Padampur 37.67
Bhadrak Agarpra (Junior) College, Agarpara 37.67
Gajapati Indira Memorial (Junior) College, Chandiput 37.5
Khurda Begunia (Junior) College, Begunia 37.33
Mayurbhanj Government (Junior) Science College, Tiringi, Mayurbhanj 37.33
Sundargarh Government (Junior) College, Sundargarh 37.33
Deograh Deogarh (Junior) College, Deogarh 37.17
Sundargarh Shrama Sakti (Junior) College, Biramitrapur 36.83
Baragarh Women’s (Junior) College, Bargarh 36.33
Kalahandi Government (Junior) College, Bhawanipatna 36.33
Puri Pipili (Junior) College, Pipili 36.17
Sundargarh Government Women’s (Junior) College, Sundargarh 36
Khurda Jatani (Junior) College, Jatani 35.67
Kandhamal Adibasi (Junior) College, Balliguda 35.33
Mayurbhanj Upendra Nath (Junior) College, Nalagaja 35.17
Nuapada Government (Junior) Science College, Nuapada 35.17
Bolangir Jawaharlal (Junior) College, Patnagarh 34.83
Jharsuguda Brajarajnagar (Junior) College, Brajarajnagar 34.83
Sonepur Shreeram (Junior) College, S. Rampur 34.33
Bolangir Panchayat Samiti (Junior) College, Belpara 33.83
Jagatsinghpur Paradeep (Junior) College, Paradeep 33.38
Jagatsinghpur Sarala (Junior) Mahavidyalaya, Rahama 33.33
Kandhamal Jeevan Jyoti (Junior) Mahavidyalaya, Raikia 33.33
Balasore Dinakrushna (Junior) College, Jaleswar 33.17
Nuapada National (Junior) College, Nuapada 33.17
Angul Malyagiri (Junior) Mahavidyalaya, Pallahara 33
Baragarh Sohela (Junior) College, Sohela 33
Bolangir Kantabanji Vocational (Junior) College, Kantabanji 33
Gajapati Government (Junior) Science College, Jirnaga, Gajapti 33
Jajpur Sukinda (Junior) College, Sukinda 33
Jharsuguda Laxmi Narayan (Junior) College, Jharsuguda 33
Kalahandi Panchayat (Junior) College, Dharamgarh 33
Kandhamal Kalinga (Junior) Mahavidyalaya, G. Udayagiri 33
Malkangiri Government (Junior) Science College, Malkanagiri 33
Mayurbhanj Barasahi Panchayat Samiti (Junior) College, Barasahi 33
Nawarangpur Nabarangpur (Junior) College, Nawarangpur 33
Nuapada Khariar (Junior) College, Khariar 33
Rayagada Women’s (Junior) College, Rayagada 33
Sambalpur Bhim Bhoi (Junior) College, Rairakhol 33
Sonepur Birmaharajpur (Junior) College, Birmaharajpur 33
Sundargarh Dalmia (Junior) College, Jharbeda 33
Sundargarh Vesaja Patel (Junior) College, Duduka 33

The above data is consistent with anecodotal stories that I heard regarding most students from areas like Bhawanipatna going off to other places (including Raipur and Visakhapatnam) to pursue their +2 science and get coaching.

2 comments July 21st, 2010

First phase cutoff marks for 169 junior colleges across Odisha

Following is from http://dheorissa.in/sams/JuniorCutoffMarks.aspx.

# District College Code College Stream GEN ST SC PH
1 Angul 01041101 Government (Junior) College, Angul Arts 48.83 33.00 44.00 42.83
Science 77.83 43.00 68.50 54.67 70.50 72.33 - -
COM 33.00 - - - - - - -
01062101 Janata (Junior) College, Boinda Arts 38.67 33.00 33.33 - - -
Science 64.67 46.67 33.00 50.83 52.17 - - -
01072101 Athamallik (Junior) College, Athmallik Arts 43.83 38.17 39.00 - - -
Science 59.00 43.00 49.00 - - - - -
01082101 Malyagiri (Junior) Mahavidyalaya, Pallahara Arts 38.33 33.00 34.00 - - -
Science 33.00 - - - - - - -
01112101 Talcher (Junior) College, Talcher Arts 33.00 - - - - -
Science 57.50 50.83 43.47 - - - - -
COM 34.00 - - - - - - -
2 Balasore 02012102 Gopalpur (Junior) College, Gopalpur, Balasore Arts 33.00 - - -
Science 67.50 - 55.00 - - - - -
COM 56.33 - 45.67 - - 56.33 - -
02052102 Rural Institute of Higher Studies, Bhogarai Arts 44.33 34.67 33.00 - - -
Science 59.50 - 56.67 - - 55.00 - -
COM 52.83 - 36.17 - - - - -
02062101 Dinakrushna (Junior) College, Jaleswar Arts 33.00 - - - - -
Science 33.17 - - - - - - -
02111101 Fakir Mohan (Junior) College, Balasore Arts 56.67 33.00 47.50 42.67 45.17 51.30
Science 85.00 69.43 77.50 65.17 77.67 71.17 - 81.63
COM 60.67 35.33 47.33 - 48.00 52.43 - 68.75
02111202 Kuntala Kumari Sabat Women’s (Junior) College, Balasore Arts 50.00 41.00 45.17 41.67 47.50 -
Science 76.17 55.50 68.00 68.29 70.33 53.20 - 70.30
02132101 Upendra Nath (Junior) College, Soro Arts 33.33 - - - - -
Science 79.83 59.00 73.33 61.50 70.50 62.83 - -
COM 56.83 47.00 36.00 38.67 45.60 56.33 - -
02162101 Nilagiri (Junior) College, Nilagiri Arts 33.00 - - - - -
Science 53.00 - - - - - - -
COM 35.17 - - - - - - -
3 Baragarh 03022101 Attabira (Junior) College, Attabira Arts 41.50 33.00 33.00 -
Science 61.83 42.50 42.83 - - - - -
03022102 Larambha (Junior) College, Larambha Arts 45.00 33.00 39.17 - - -
Science 56.33 50.00 38.00 - - - - -
03052101 Dadhi Baman (Junior) College, Bhatli Arts 50.17 43.33 39.83 - - -
Science 73.00 56.67 70.33 - - - - -
03071101 Panchayat (Junior) College, Bargarh Arts 33.00 - - - - -
Science 60.50 46.17 33.33 - - - - -
COM 33.00 - - - - - - -
03072204 Women’s (Junior) College, Bargarh Arts 42.17 35.83 33.00 40.50 - -
Science 36.33 - - - - - - -
03132101 Anchal (Junior) College, Padampur Arts 33.00 - - - - -
Science 37.67 - - - - - - -
COM 39.67 - - - - - - -
03142102 Sohela (Junior) College, Sohela Arts 42.00 36.33 38.33 - - -
Science 33.00 - - - - - - -
COM 33.00 - - - - - - -
4 Bhadrak 04042101 Agarpra (Junior) College, Agarpara Arts 33.00 - - -
Science 37.67 - - - - - - -
# District College Code College Stream GEN ST SC PH
4 Bhadrak 04052101 Chandbali (Junior) College, Chandbali Arts 33.00 - - -
Science 38.33 - - - - - - -
COM 34.83 - - - - - - -
04062103 Dhamnagar (Junior) College, Dhamnagar Arts 33.00 - - - - -
Science 41.83 - - - - - - -
COM 33.00 - - - - - - -
04072102 Biranchi Narayan Madhab Arjun (Junior) College, Paliabindha Arts 41.67 - 36.67 34.00 41.67 -
Science 41.83 - - - - - - -
COM 33.83 - - - - - - -
04082101 Atal Bihari (Junior) College, Basudevpur Arts 33.00 - - - - -
Science 63.00 - 46.50 - - - - -
COM 46.00 - 36.00 - - - - -
04091101 Bhadrak (Junior) College, Bhadrak Arts 54.33 33.33 41.22 54.00 40.50 45.50
Science 79.83 46.67 71.50 60.00 70.50 69.00 66.50 -
COM 64.83 35.67 53.67 56.17 61.33 53.67 - -
5 Bolangir 05071101 Government (Junior) College, Bolangir Arts 38.33 - 34.00 -
05071102 Rajendra (Junior) College, Bolangir Arts 43.33 33.00 34.33 - - -
Science 68.00 50.33 50.00 - 58.83 - - -
COM 57.67 42.00 48.50 - 37.67 - - -
05071203 Government Women’s (Junior) College, Bolangir Arts 46.00 33.00 39.50 44.50 - -
05082101 Panchayat Samiti (Junior) College, Belpara Arts 33.00 - - - - -
Science 33.83 - - - - - - -
05112101 Jawaharlal (Junior) College, Patnagarh Arts 33.00 - - - - -
Science 34.83 - - - - - - -
05152101 D.A.V. (Junior) College, Titilagarh Arts 39.83 33.00 37.00 - - -
Science 37.83 - - - - - - -
COM 59.33 46.75 49.50 - - - - -
05162101 Kantabanji Vocational (Junior) College, Kantabanji Arts 33.00 - - - - -
Science 33.00 - - - - - - -
COM 38.50 33.00 35.00 - - - - -
05181201 Government Women’s (Junior) College, Titilagarh, Bolangir Arts 33.00 - - - - -
6 Boudh 06032101 Panchayat (Junior) College, Kantamal Arts 33.67 33.00 33.00 -
06042101 Boudh Panchayat (Junior) College, Boudh Arts 43.67 37.00 40.00 - - -
Science 40.67 - - - - - - -
7 Cuttack 07022101 Mohan Subudhi (Junior) College, Baramba Arts 45.17 41.17 37.83 -
Science 50.17 - - - - - - -
COM 47.67 - 43.00 - - - - -
07032102 Narasinghpur (Junior) College, Narasinghpur Arts 47.17 33.00 40.67 44.00 - -
Science 49.40 - - - - - - -
COM 38.83 - - - - - - -
07052101 Gopabandhu Science (Junior) College, Athagarh Arts 40.33 38.33 33.00 - - -
Science 66.33 - 49.40 - - 59.00 - 78.67
COM 38.33 - - - - - - -
07082101 Banki (Junior) College, Banki Arts 33.00 - - - - -
Science 42.17 - - - - - - -
COM 50.50 - - - - - - -
07101101 Jatiya Kabi Bira Kishore (Junior) Government College, Cuttack Arts 57.33 33.00 50.67 47.17 - -
Science 85.50 46.00 79.17 74.67 77.90 54.67 - -
07152102 Salepur (Junior) College, Salepur Arts 46.17 34.00 40.17 - - -
Science 77.83 62.33 70.67 64.50 72.00 73.17 - -
  District College Code College Stream GEN ST SC PH
7 Cuttack 07152102 Salepur (Junior) College, Salepur COM 62.33 - 54.67 62.33
07181101 Ravenshaw (Junior) College, Cuttack Arts 59.17 33.00 50.67 41.17 49.40 -
Science 89.67 74.50 84.67 58.14 87.83 73.00 - 85.50
COM 76.17 44.29 68.17 - 67.17 49.00 - 68.40
07181202 Shailabala Women’s (Junior) College, Cuttack Arts 59.33 35.83 49.17 39.33 41.33 53.67
Science 83.00 57.50 75.29 41.67 79.80 60.83 - -
8 Deogarh 08042101 Deogarh (Junior) College, Deogarh Arts 33.00 - - -
Science 37.17 - - - - - - -
9 Dhenkanal 09041101 Dhenkanal (Junior) College, Dhenkanal Arts 39.67 33.00 33.00 35.50
Science 82.17 48.67 74.00 40.83 77.90 66.50 - -
COM 61.33 - 47.50 34.50 60.33 - - -
09041202 Government Women’s (Junior) College, Dhenkanal Arts 56.83 45.17 33.00 - - -
Science 73.83 56.67 61.50 73.83 66.17 67.00 - -
09052101 Hindol (Junior) College, Khajuriakota Arts 35.33 - 34.67 - - -
Science 59.00 - 44.33 54.83 - - - -
09112101 Kamakshyanagar (Junior) College, Kamakshyanagar Arts 33.00 - - - - -
Science 38.00 - - - - - - -
COM 33.00 - - - - - - -
10 Gajapati 10042101 Indira Memorial (Junior) College, Chandiput Arts 37.00 34.83 33.00 -
Science 37.50 33.00 36.83 - - - - -
10071101 Government (Junior) Science College, Jirnaga, Gajapti Science 33.00 - - - - -
10091101 Sri Krushna Chandra Gajapati (Junior) College, Paralakhemundi Arts 46.00 40.33 35.17 33.50 - -
Science 65.67 47.83 37.33 - 53.33 - - -
COM 46.67 40.50 38.50 - - - - -
11 Ganjam 11022101 Khemundi (Junior) College, Digapahandi Arts 33.00 - - -
Science 64.33 52.33 35.67 - - - - -
11071101 Binayak Acharya (Junior) College, Berhampur Arts 43.33 33.00 37.07 - 42.33 -
Science 79.00 44.33 66.50 - 70.17 64.60 - 58.33
COM 64.50 57.83 48.67 - 45.83 - - -
11071102 Khallikote (Junior) College, Berhampur Arts 46.83 33.00 41.17 34.33 36.50 -
Science 84.33 50.00 74.67 47.00 75.33 76.50 - 73.50
COM 70.30 35.67 55.17 38.67 51.30 51.50 - -
11071203 Sashi Bhusan Rath Government Women’s (Junior) College, Berhampur Arts 51.50 33.00 39.83 37.17 36.00 -
Science 81.72 44.17 68.67 58.00 70.83 64.00 - -
11111201 Niranjan Government (Junior) College, Aska Arts 46.00 37.33 42.50 - - -
11112102 Aska Science (Junior) College, Aska Arts 41.17 37.33 35.83 - - -
Science 61.33 45.00 40.83 47.00 49.40 - - -
COM 38.17 - - - - - - -
11212101 Kabi Samrat Upendra Bhanja (Junior) College, Bhanjanagar Arts 33.00 - - - - -
Science 38.00 - - - - - - -
COM 33.00 - - - - - - -
11321101 Government (Junior) College, Chhatrapur Arts 44.50 35.87 37.67 - 36.00 -
Science 72.67 58.00 63.00 64.60 68.40 - - -
COM 55.50 - 44.67 - 38.83 - - -
11342101 Science (Junior) College, Hinjilicut Arts 46.67 33.67 38.83 33.67 - -
Science 75.50 58.17 64.67 - 49.00 64.60 - -
COM 59.00 - 34.00 51.50 53.67 - - -
11362101 Rama Chandra Mardaraj Science (Junior) College, Khallikote Arts 43.50 37.17 37.33 33.00 - -
Science 69.33 58.17 55.67 68.83 - - - -
COM 39.33 - - - - - - -
  District College Code College Stream Gen ST SC PH
11 Ganjam 11392101 Tara Tarini (Junior) College, Purusottampur Arts 47.33 39.67 42.00 35.33
Science 56.17 - 33.00 - - - - -
12 Jagatsinghpur 12052102 Sarala (Junior) Mahavidyalaya, Rahama Arts 38.00 - 33.00 -
Science 33.33 - - - - - - -
COM 35.33 - 33.00 - - - - -
12082102 Adikabi Sarala Das (Junior) College, Tirtol Arts 40.33 - 33.00 - - -
Science 68.50 66.50 57.00 47.17 51.00 - - -
COM 46.50 - 33.00 - - - - -
12092101 Swami Vivekananda Memorial (Junior) College, Jagatsinghpur Arts 33.00 - - - - -
Science 78.00 - 73.00 67.00 71.83 72.50 - -
COM 52.83 - 40.33 - - - - -
12102101 Paradeep (Junior) College, Paradeep Arts 33.00 - - - - -
Science 33.38 - - - - - - -
COM 44.17 - - - - - - -
13 Jajpur 13012101 Baba Bhairabananda (Junior) Mahavidyalaya, Chandikhol Arts 33.00 - - -
Science 66.17 - 48.67 - - - - -
COM 33.17 - - - - - - -
13052102 Sadhu Goureswar (Junior) College, Kanikapada Arts 33.00 - - - - -
Science 61.17 - 43.83 - - - - -
COM 40.33 - 35.50 - - - - -
13102102 Sukinda (Junior) College, Sukinda Arts 33.00 - - - - -
Science 33.00 - - - - - - -
COM 34.00 - - - - - - -
13111101 Narasingh Choudhury (Junior) College, Jajpur Arts 50.50 34.33 38.27 33.00 - -
Science 78.33 59.00 61.50 67.00 66.33 61.83 66.50 -
COM 60.83 - 48.50 - - - - -
13122101 Vyasa Nagar (Junior) College, Jajpur Road Arts 41.50 33.00 33.00 - - -
Science 71.33 45.00 45.50 57.00 - 61.83 - -
COM 43.38 40.17 39.60 - - - - -
14 Jharsuguda 14072101 Brajarajnagar (Junior) College, Brajarajnagar Arts 33.00 - - -
Science 34.83 - - - - - - -
COM 33.00 - - - - - - -
14082101 Laxmi Narayan (Junior) College, Jharsuguda Arts 36.50 33.17 33.00 - - -
Science 33.00 - - - - - - -
COM 33.00 - - - - - - -
14082202 Women’s (Junior) College, Jharsuguda Arts 41.67 35.20 33.17 - - -
Science 39.33 - - - - - - -
COM 42.17 - - - - - - -
15 Kalahandi 15081101 Government (Junior) College, Bhawanipatna Arts 36.33 33.00 33.00 -
Science 36.33 - - - - - - -
COM 33.50 - - - - - - -
15081202 Government Women’s (Junior) College, Bhawanipatna Arts 33.00 - - - - -
15092101 Kesinga (Junior) Mahavidyalaya, Kesinga Arts 33.00 - - - - -
Science 38.67 - - - - - - -
COM 33.00 - - - - - - -
15102101 Panchayat (Junior) College, Dharamgarh Arts 33.00 - - - - -
Science 33.00 - - - - - - -
15162101 Priyadarshini Indira (Junior) Mahavidyalaya, Junagarh Arts 33.00 - - - - -
16 Kandhamal 16012101 Adibasi (Junior) College, Balliguda Arts 40.17 33.00 33.00 35.67
Science 35.33 - - - - - - -
  District College College Stream GEN ST SC PH
16 Kandhamal 16012101 Adibasi (Junior) College, Balliguda COM 49.67 37.67 37.67 -
16072101 Jeevan Jyoti (Junior) Mahavidyalaya, Raikia Arts 33.83 33.00 33.00 - - -
Science 33.33 - - - - - - -
16102101 Kalinga (Junior) Mahavidyalaya, G. Udayagiri Arts 33.00 33.00 33.00 - - -
Science 33.00 - - - - - - -
16141101 Government (Junior) College, Phulbani Arts 37.00 33.00 33.00 - - -
Science 60.50 39.33 46.17 - - - - -
COM 48.17 34.93 38.50 - - - - -
16141202 Sanjaya Memorial Government Women’s (Junior) College, Phulbani Arts 39.17 35.00 33.83 - - -
17 Kendrapara 17062103 Marshaghai (Junior) College, Marshaghai Arts 36.67 36.50 35.67 -
Science 66.50 - 56.33 58.00 - 45.83 - -
COM 52.83 41.67 41.17 42.67 - - - -
17082102 Sailendra Narayan (Junior) College, Rajkanika Arts 33.50 - 33.50 - - -
Science 49.00 - 40.83 - 42.50 - - -
COM 35.33 - 33.00 - - - - -
17102102 Kendrapara (Junior) College, Kendrapara Arts 42.50 36.50 33.00 - - -
Science 74.17 71.17 63.50 47.17 64.67 60.80 - -
COM 57.00 47.67 44.67 42.67 54.33 - - -
17112101 Pattamundai (Junior) College, Pattamundai Arts 38.33 - 33.00 - - -
Science 66.00 - 53.67 47.17 42.50 - - -
COM 57.00 - 45.50 49.00 - - - -
18 Keonjhar 18042101 Anandapur (Junior) College, Anandapur Arts 33.00 - - -
Science 60.83 37.50 50.33 52.67 - - - -
COM 33.50 - - - - - - -
18052102 Chandra Sekhar (Junior) College, Champua Arts 33.00 - - - - -
Science 44.83 33.00 40.67 - - - - 65.33
18112101 Tarini Thakurani (Junior) Mahavidyalaya, Ghatagaon Arts 36.50 33.00 33.50 - - -
Science 38.33 - - - - - - -
COM 34.17 - - - - - - -
18122101 Braja Bandhu (Junior) Mahavidyalaya, Harichandanpur Arts 42.67 38.50 35.17 33.00 - -
Science 44.17 - - - - - - -
COM 33.00 - - - - - - -
18171101 Dharanidhar (Junior) College, Keonjhar Arts 50.00 45.17 45.50 49.17 36.67 46.83
Science 75.00 65.17 68.33 - 46.33 63.67 - 50.00
COM 61.43 54.67 51.17 - 49.50 - - 51.83
18171202 Government Women’s (Junior) College, Keonjhar Arts 45.50 42.67 39.00 - 37.67 -
Science 60.80 53.33 38.67 - - - - -
19 Khurda 19022101 Sishu Ananta (Junior) Mahavidyalaya, Balipatna Arts 33.00 - - -
Science 45.60 - - - - - - -
COM 50.33 33.00 42.17 - - - - -
19051101 Buxi Jagabandhu Bidyadhar (Junior) College, Bhubaneswar Arts 58.33 34.00 51.17 39.00 45.60 -
Science 91.20 79.33 86.33 63.33 89.30 81.70 - 59.83
COM 80.43 52.17 71.00 61.17 74.57 64.60 - 79.80
19051102 Rajdhani (Junior) College, Bhubaneswar Arts 53.17 38.67 46.50 36.17 34.17 -
Science 82.83 63.00 75.86 72.17 75.17 70.33 - -
19051203 Rama Devi Women’s (Junior) College, Bhubaneswar Arts 51.17 33.00 42.33 34.50 45.00 -
Science 84.00 64.50 77.83 68.17 74.83 80.17 - 68.67
COM 64.83 40.67 46.00 - 55.50 58.00 - -
19052110 Maharishi (Junior) College of Natural Law, Bhubaneswar Arts 48.50 33.00 44.67 38.17 45.00 -
Science 78.50 47.17 66.83 63.33 74.10 62.70 - -
  District College Code College Stream GEN ST SC PH
19 Khurda 19052110 Maharishi (Junior) College of Natural Law, Bhubaneswar COM 68.40 38.00 58.90 61.17
19052112 Sri Satya Sai (Junior) College for Women, Pokhriput Arts 37.50 33.00 33.00 - - -
Science 64.50 50.86 56.00 - 63.17 - - -
19052113 Kamala Nehru Women’s (Junior) College, Bhubaneswar Arts 45.83 33.00 36.33 42.83 - -
Science 74.00 45.29 68.57 - 57.00 - - -
COM 59.83 49.70 41.33 - 55.50 - - 66.50
19056169 College (Junior) of Basic Science & Humanities, Bhubaneswar Science 87.33 66.50 79.83 72.20 85.67 65.83
19062101 Jatani (Junior) College, Jatani Arts 33.00 - - - - -
Science 35.67 - - - - - - -
COM 40.00 33.17 33.00 - - - - -
19082101 Begunia (Junior) College, Begunia Arts 33.00 - - - - -
Science 37.33 - - - - - - -
19122103 Kshetrabasi Dayananda Anglovedic (Junior) College, Nirakarpur Arts 40.33 - 33.00 38.17 - -
Science 66.67 - 39.67 - - - - -
COM 53.33 34.00 41.83 - 50.33 - - -
19142101 Godavarish (Junior) Mahavidyalaya, Banapur Arts 40.50 36.33 37.00 - - -
Science 41.50 - - - - - - -
19152101 Prananath (Junior) College, Khurda Arts 37.67 33.00 33.00 - 33.50 -
Science 71.83 35.80 45.17 70.00 64.60 - - -
COM 57.33 52.50 39.75 55.67 - 57.00 - -
20 Koraput 20061101 Vikram Deb (Junior) College, Jeypore Arts 41.83 33.33 34.83 -
Science 65.67 43.17 39.67 - - - - -
COM 52.67 33.00 33.00 - - - - -
20061202 Government (Junior) Women’s College, Jeypore Arts 37.67 33.00 33.00 - - -
20072101 Kotpad (Junior) College, Kotpad Arts 41.17 39.33 36.67 - - -
Science 45.00 38.33 36.67 - - - - -
20162101 Semiliguda (Junior) College, Seimiliguda Arts 38.67 36.50 34.50 - - -
Science 45.33 33.83 34.00 - - - - -
COM 36.33 33.00 33.50 - - - - -
20171101 D.A.V. (Junior) College, Landiguda, Koraput Arts 41.33 37.50 38.00 33.47 - -
Science 57.00 33.33 42.83 - 34.83 - - -
COM 46.83 33.00 38.50 - - - - -
20171202 Government Women’s (Junior) College, Koraput Arts 33.00 - 33.00 - - -
21 Malkanagiri 21032101 Balimela (Junior) College of Technology, Niladrinagar Arts 33.00 - - -
Science 55.17 39.67 45.60 - - - - -
COM 33.00 - - - - - - -
21052101 Malkangiri (Junior) College, Malkangiri Arts 33.83 33.00 33.00 - - -
COM 33.00 - 33.00 - - - - -
21091101 Government (Junior) Science College, Malkanagiri Science 33.00 - - - - -
22 Mayurbhanj 22071101 Government (Junior) Science College, Tiringi, Mayurbhanj Science 37.33 - - -
22082101 Rairangpur (Junior)College, Rairangpur Arts 38.83 35.50 33.00 - - -
Science 66.67 62.67 56.00 - 61.50 - - 67.00
COM 42.67 36.67 38.40 39.00 - - - 42.00
22092101 Laxmi Kanta (Junior) College, Bangriposi Arts 33.67 33.00 33.00 - - -
Science 56.33 50.17 - - - - - -
22102101 Barasahi Panchayat Samiti (Junior) College, Barasahi Arts 33.00 - - - - -
Science 33.00 - - - - - - -
COM 33.00 - - - - - - -
22152101 Upendra Nath (Junior) College, Nalagaja Arts 33.00 - - - - -
Science 35.17 - - - - - - -
  District College Code College Stream GEN ST SC PH
22 Mayurbhanj 22152101 Upendra Nath (Junior) College, Nalagaja COM 33.00 - - -
22172101 Seemanta (Junior) Mahavidyalaya, Jharpokharia Arts 33.00 - - - - -
Science 49.00 38.50 47.17 61.00 - - - -
COM 33.67 - - - - - - -
22191101 Maharaja Purna Chandra (Junior) College, Baripada Arts 34.67 33.00 33.00 - - -
Science 80.00 73.67 72.17 - 75.17 49.40 - 72.00
COM 51.30 42.67 39.17 - 45.60 - - -
22242102 Udala (Junior) College, Udala Arts 33.00 - - - - -
Science 45.83 42.83 - - - - - -
COM 33.00 - - - - - - -
22252101 Jashipur (Junior) College, Jashipur Arts 33.00 - - - - -
Science 39.67 - - - - - - -
COM 33.00 - - - - - - -
22302101 Karanjia (Junior) College, Karanjia Arts 33.00 - - - - -
Science 48.83 33.00 33.50 - - - - -
COM 33.00 - - - - - - -
23 Nawarangpur 23022101 Bhairab (Junior) College, Dabugan Arts 38.67 37.17 37.33 -
23052101 Nabarangpur (Junior) College, Nawarangpur Arts 40.00 37.17 37.50 - - -
Science 33.00 33.00 - - - - - -
COM 42.93 33.00 33.83 - - - - -
23102101 Pendrani (Junior) Mahavidyalaya, Umerkote Arts 40.33 36.83 38.50 36.63 - -
Science 56.17 42.83 50.50 - - - - -
COM 35.50 33.00 33.83 - - - - -
24 Nayagarh 24072101 Raghunath Samabaya (Junior) Mahavidyalaya, Odagaon Arts 36.33 - - -
Science 38.17 - - - - - - -
24082102 Ranapur (Junior) College, Ranpur Arts 33.00 - - - - -
Science 42.00 - - - - - - -
COM 38.00 - - - - - - -
24092101 Pathani Samanta (Junior) College, Khandapara Arts 43.17 - 33.00 - - -
Science 40.67 - - - - - - -
24102101 Nayagarh (Junior) College, Nayagarh Arts 34.50 - 33.00 - - -
Science 78.67 54.83 47.67 66.17 72.20 57.50 - -
COM 52.17 36.00 43.50 - - - - -
25 Nuapada 25041101 Government (Junior) Science College, Nuapada Science 35.17 - - -
25042102 National (Junior) College, Nuapada Arts 38.50 33.00 33.00 - - -
Science 33.17 - - - - - - -
COM 33.00 - - - - - - -
25052101 Sinapali (Junior) College, Sinapali Arts 47.33 35.17 33.00 - - -
Science 39.83 - - - - - - -
25062101 Khariar (Junior) College, Khariar Arts 33.00 - - - - -
Science 33.00 - - - - - - -
COM 44.83 - - - - - - -
26 Puri 26022101 Alarnath Dhandamulak (Junior) Mahavidyalaya, Brahmagiri Arts 39.83 - 33.00 -
Science 50.67 - - - - - - -
COM 48.83 - 40.33 - - - - -
26042101 Gop (Junior) College, Gop Arts 37.00 - 33.00 - - -
Science 59.17 - 49.33 - - - - -
26052101 Mangala (Junior) Mahavidyalaya, Kakatpur Arts 33.00 - - - - -
Science 41.00 - - - - - - -
COM 38.00 - 35.83 - - - - -
  District College Code College Stream GEN ST SC PH
26 Puri 26112101 Utkalmani Gopabandhu Smruti (Junior) Mahavidyalaya, Sakhigopal Arts 46.67 45.50 42.33 36.00
Science 38.67 - - - - - - -
COM 48.33 - 40.83 - - - - -
26132101 Nimapada (Junior) College, Nimapada Arts 33.00 - - - - -
Science 73.17 - 61.83 - 66.50 62.83 - -
COM 54.17 - 48.83 - - - - -
26142101 Pipili (Junior) College, Pipili Arts 33.00 - - - - -
Science 36.17 - - - - - - -
COM 34.50 - - - - - - -
26151101 Samanta Chandra Sekhar (Junior) College, Puri Arts 58.83 39.83 47.67 46.63 - -
Science 79.67 47.50 63.17 38.67 70.30 62.70 - -
COM 72.17 45.67 53.83 51.30 58.17 - - -
26151202 Government Women’s (Junior) College, Puri Arts 52.50 33.00 41.00 46.67 - -
27 Rayagada 27042101 Gunupur (Junior) College, Gunupur Arts 42.00 39.67 33.00 34.00
Science 59.67 39.17 33.50 - - - - 68.00
27142101 Rayagada (Junior) College, Rayagada Arts 44.83 41.17 41.83 33.33 - -
Science 49.67 33.00 34.00 - - - - -
COM 41.17 35.33 34.67 - - - - 62.00
27142202 Women’s (Junior) College, Rayagada Arts 38.67 35.17 34.33 33.33 - -
Science 33.00 - - - - - - -
28 Sambalpur 28012101 Trust Fund (Junior) College, Bamra Arts 41.50 39.50 34.33 -
Science 45.50 37.83 36.83 - - - - -
COM 38.50 36.00 33.67 - - - - -
28042101 Kuchinda (Junior) College, Kuchinda Arts 33.00 - - - - -
Science 57.17 39.33 49.50 - - - - -
COM 40.17 - - - - - - -
28072101 Bhim Bhoi (Junior) College, Rairakhol Arts 37.50 33.00 33.00 - - -
Science 33.00 - - - - - - -
28111101 Netaji Subash Chandra Bose (Junior) College, Sambalpur Arts 34.50 33.00 33.00 - - -
Science 42.00 - - - - - - -
COM 47.50 - 39.83 - - - - -
28122101 Burla N.A.C. (Junior) College, Burla Arts 38.00 33.00 34.33 - - -
Science 45.83 41.67 33.00 - - - - -
COM 34.17 - - - - - - -
28141101 Gangadhar Meher (Junior) College, Sambalpur Arts 43.67 34.50 38.67 34.17 - -
Science 77.67 62.67 71.17 - 53.20 69.67 - 71.67
COM 61.43 38.50 51.83 - 47.50 58.00 - -
28141202 Government Women’s (Junior) College, Sambalpur Arts 46.50 36.83 36.50 - - -
Science 68.00 45.67 55.17 - 58.83 - - -
29 Sonepur 29012102 Birmaharajpur (Junior) College, Birmaharajpur Arts 41.17 33.00 39.67 33.83
Science 33.00 - - - - - - -
29042102 Shreeram (Junior) College, S. Rampur Arts 37.17 34.33 33.83 - - -
Science 34.33 - - - - - - -
29082101 Sonepur (Junior) College, Sonepur Arts 33.00 33.00 33.00 - - -
Science 45.67 - - - - - - -
30 Sundargarh 30012101 Bonaigarh (Junior) College, Bonaigarh Arts 33.00 - - -
Science 47.17 41.00 49.00 - - - - -
30092101 Shrama Sakti (Junior) College, Biramitrapur Arts 36.50 33.83 33.00 - - -
COM 36.83 33.33 33.00 - - - - -
30101101 Government (Junior) College, Rourkela Arts 53.00 48.83 45.57 36.00 - -
  District College Code College Stream GEN ST SC PH
30 Sundargarh 30101101 Government (Junior) College, Rourkela Science 79.00 69.33 68.50 53.17
COM 65.29 56.83 46.83 33.00 60.17 60.57 - 45.86
30101102 Rourkela (Junior) College, Rourkela Arts 36.33 33.00 33.00 - - -
COM 54.17 42.67 34.00 48.33 - - - -
30101203 Sushilabati Government (Junior) Women’s College, Rourkela Arts 40.00 33.00 34.25 - - -
Science 60.50 45.17 39.17 39.50 - - - -
30102109 Ispat (Junior) College, Rourkela Arts 33.00 - - - - -
Science 64.00 50.67 49.17 - 44.83 - - -
COM 40.17 33.00 36.17 - - - - 53.00
30132102 Vesaja Patel (Junior) College, Duduka Arts 33.00 - - - - -
Science 33.00 - - - - - - -
30141101 Government (Junior) Science College, Kutra, Sundergarh Science 41.50 - - - - -
30142102 Dalmia (Junior) College, Jharbeda Arts 44.17 42.67 34.67 39.17 - -
Science 33.00 - - - - - - -
COM 51.33 44.67 33.00 43.17 - - - 60.80
30211101 Government (Junior) College, Sundargarh Arts 34.50 33.00 - - - -
Science 37.33 - - - - - - -
COM 34.67 - - - - - - -
30211202 Government Women’s (Junior) College, Sundargarh Arts 39.00 33.00 33.00 - - -
Science 36.00 36.00 41.00 - - - - -

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