Fashion and Textile design institutes and programs in Bhubaneswar

There are now several of them in Bhubaneswar. (I am starting with Bhubaneswar but will be happy to broaden this posting to rest of Odisha if people suggest pointers in the "Comments" section.)

  1. NIFT Bhubaneswar.
  2. KIIT School of Fashion Technology.
  3. NIFD Bhubaneswar.
  4. Bhubaneswar Institute of Fashion Technology.
  5. National Institute of Interior and Fashion Technology (NIIFT).
  6. Orissa Institute of Interior and Fashion Technology.
  7. ALT Training College Bhubaneswar.
  8. Institute of Interior and Fashion Technology (IIFT) Bhubaneswar.
  9. (Apparel Training and Design Center) ATDC-IGNOU Community College, Bhubaneswar and Rourkela.
  10. Satwik Institute of Professional Studies, Bhubaneswar.

2 comments July 21st, 2012

Odisha should pursue one of the sports and physical education university proposed by the 12th plan working group on Sports and Physical Education

The 12th plan working group report on Sports and Physical Education recommends the establishment of  four regional centres of LNUPE and 5 new sports and physical education universities or physical education colleges. Odisha must vigorously pursue the central government and the planning commission to get one of the proposed 5 sports and physical education universities.

In this regard, please send an email to the Odisha CM at cmo@ori.nic.in with content such as given below:

Dear Esteemed CM:

The 12th plan working group on Sports and Physical Education has recommended in their report at http://planningcommission.nic.in/aboutus/committee/wrkgrp12/hrd/wg_repsports.pdf that "for meeting the increasing demand of Physical Education Teachers and producing quality PETs, at least four regional centres of LNUPE and 5 new sports and physical education universities or physical education colleges should be opened during 12th
Plan. "

Kindly pursue with the central government regarding having one of these universities in Odisha.

Sincerely,

Following are some rationale behind pursuing a Sports and Physical Education University. Please have a look at it at your leisure. 

While promoting sports,  besides providing good facilities (hostels, stadiums, turfs), what is most important is that the athletes are provided with opportunities to pursue some recognized degree/diploma/certificate of study so that they have alternate avenues of employment. For example, consider the story in http://www.indiablooms.com/SportsVideoDetails/sportsVideoDetails180312f.php.

Following is an excerpt from that story.

Renowned national woman footballer Jhilli Munda, who has represented India at international and national events in several tournaments, is bearing the brunt of acute poverty and she is forced to roll beedis to earn her bread and butter. 

It is well known that among the athletes that join the sports hostels, only a few make it to the state and national teams and of them only a few get appropriate jobs. What happens to the rest? It is sad to read about Jhili Munda’s story above. The point is until and unless we make sure that kids pursuing a career as an athlete have a way to make a living we can not significantly improve the sports scenario in Odisha and India. Now how do we make sure that *all* kids pursuing a career as an athlete have a way to make a living. 

The way to do that is to provide them with some *relevant education* in parallel with their athletics training such that even if they do not make it to the top in sports, they can get a good job and make a living. What are some of the relevant educational avenues and programs?

Some of them are:

  • Physical training
  • Coaching in various sports
  • Physiotherapy
  • Sports medicine
  • Exercise Physiology
  • Sports Psychology
  • Sports Biomechanics
  • Sports Management and Mass Communication
  • Health Sciences & Yoga
  • Sports Massage
  • Grounds Management
  • Health and fitness management
  • Sports journalism
  • Sports photography and 
  • Sports commentary.

Some of these courses are offered at the three established institutions in India:

In the 2011-12 budget there was mention of the following *new* initiatives: 

  • Rajiv Gandhi National Institute of Youth Development in Tamil Nadu: With a 2011-12 budget allocation of 10.8 crores (2010-11: 9.9 crores)
  • Laxmibai National Institute of Physical Education – NE area and Sikkim Initiative: With a 2011-12 budget allocation of 15 crores (2010-11: 3 crores)
In the 2012-13 budget (http://indiabudget.nic.in/ub2012-13/eb/sbe106.pdf ) there was the mention of the following *new* initiatives:

  • 7. Rajiv Gandhi National Institute of Youth Developmentin Tamil Nadu has a budget of 18.9 crores.
  • 28. National Institute of Sports Science and Sports Medicine 5 crores
  • 29. National Institute of Coaching Education 5 crores

Note that none of the above are in the eastern part of India and none are in the traditional tribal areas of India.

The 12th plan has a working group on Sports and Physical Education. They have a report at http://planningcommission.nic.in/aboutus/committee/wrkgrp12/hrd/wg_repsports.pdf .  In that report the following is mentioned.

5.15 It has been recommended that for meeting the increasing demand of Physical Education Teachers and producing quality PETs, at least four regional centres of LNUPE and 5 new sports and physical education universities or physical education colleges should be opened during 12th Plan. An outlay of Rs. 900 crore on this account during 12th Plan is projected.  
Thus we should vigorously pursue the establishment of  a National Sports Institute/University in Odisha that not only offers training in the sports Odisha excels in (Hockey – mens and womens, Football, Rowing, etc.) but also offers the above mentioned programs so that every athlete of Odisha is able to simultaneously pursue a certificate/diploma/degree in one of the above disciplines and is able to make a decent living.

Considering that Sundergarh and Rourkela area is the hotbed of Odisha athletics (mainly Hockey) and it is a tribal district, it would be good to locate the proposed National Sports Institute/University in Sundergarh/Rourkela. It may have branches in Kendrapada and Bhubaneswar to cater to the women footballers of Kendrapada and other sports persons in Bhubaneswar/Cuttack. Moreover the university in Sundergarh/Rourkela can also cater to athletes in Jharkhand.

 
The recent election of Mr. Dilip Tirkey as a Rajya Sabha MP can be seen/argued as an indication that the Odisha government is serious about promoting sports in a wholesome way, with particular attention to adivasis.

Add comment May 1st, 2012

RIT Rourkela plans a 5 year integrated Law School

RIT (Rourkela Institute of Technology) is planning to open a 5-yr integrated law school. This is a good development. (Thanks to Siddhant for his pointer in rourkelacity.com) Following is from Sambada.

1 comment February 28th, 2012

Sujata Mohapatra, distinguished disciple and daughter-in-law of late legendary Odissi maestro Kelucharan Mohapatra opens the Odissi dance institute “Guru Keerti Srjan” in Balasore

Following is an excerpt from a report in Hindu.

The distinguished disciple and daughter-in-law of late legendary Odissi maestro Kelucharan Mohapatra opened an Odissi dance institute namely Guru Keerti Srjan in the North Orissa town of Baleswar. Aptly as the name of the institute suggested, Guru Keerti (legacy of the Guru) and Srjan (creativity and the name of the Bhubaneswar-based Odissi institution that Guru Kelucharan had founded) has been visualised to carry forward the legacy of the great master who was known for his unbound creativity. “This institute would specially care for the uncared-for talents who would be groomed in the age old guru-shishya tradition. Besides, my thrust would be on propagation of authentic Odissi tradition through proper teaching,” stated Sujata.

 

Add comment July 29th, 2011

Information on pilot training course at Government Aviation Training Institute (GATI) in Bhubaneswar (from Telegraph)

Following are excerpts from Shilpi Sampad’s report in Telegraph.

Institute: The Government Aviation Training Institute, popularly known as Gati, is the only pilot training institute in the state, which is run by the government. It is located on the premises of Biju Patnaik Airport, Bhubaneswar.

Course: It offers two programmes – Private Pilot License and Commercial Pilot License, and runs three batches per year with a maximum of 30 trainees in each batch. The next batch starts from October. Interested candidates can start applying.

Important: A medical fitness certificate from a director general civil aviation (DGCA)-approved doctor is mandatory for admission.

Private Pilot License (PPL): It is a six-month course and the fee is nearly Rs 6 lakh. The minimum qualification is matriculation. PPL involves 50 hours of flying.

Commercial Pilot License (CPL): The course lasts for 18 to 22 months and costs around Rs 19 lakh. The minimum eligibility is Plus Two with pass marks in physics and mathematics. Aspirants from non-science background can take provisional admission and appear for the two subjects through open school exam. CPL involves 200 hours of flying.

Common features: For both courses, 350 hours of compulsory ground classes precede the flying. The classes include theoretical lessons in air regulation, air navigation, aviation meteorology, technical general and technical specific. After attending the required hours of ground classes, a trainee earns a Student Pilot License (SPL) and Flight Radio Telephony Operating License (FRTOL) for solo flying. Candidates, who wish to attend only these classes and pursue flying at any other institute, have to pay a course fee of Rs 1.35 lakh.

Flying training: There are four aircraft – two each of Cessna 152 (two-seater) and Cessna 172 (four-seater). There are three runways for flying operations in Bhubaneswar, Hirakud (Sambalpur) and Gopalpur (Ganjam).

Reservation: Applicants belonging to SC/ST categories can avail 100 per cent scholarships provided by the central government. Fifty per cent seats are reserved for domicile candidates but the share of students from the state is low. …

Loan and accommodation: Applicants can avail bank loans easily for studying at Gati. The academy also helps the pilot trainees find accommodation in nearby areas.

Scope: After completing the course, one has plenty of opportunities at hand to get employed in the areas of airlines, corporate charters, coast guard, paramilitary, state government / public sector units and so on. To add to their experience, they can become instructors at flying schools. Those who have done the private pilot license course can fly privately owned aircraft. The institute is also in touch with several corporate houses for placement opportunities.

The highlighted part should be publicized in places like KISS so that many of the students there are aware of this option.

2 comments July 24th, 2011

Ad of Indian Institute of Yogic Science and Research

Its web page is http://iiysar.ac.in/.

Add comment June 13th, 2011

Food Craft Institute Blangir becomes State Institute of Hotel Management; its admission ad

Its web page is http://sihmbalangir.org/.

Add comment May 15th, 2011

Ad for 2011-12 admission at the Regional Institute of Education Bhubaneswar

3 comments May 11th, 2011

Azim Premji University Bangalore to establish Institute of Learning and Development in Odisha

The web page of Azim Premji University is http://www.azimpremjiuniversity.edu.in/. Following is an excerpt from a report in Times of India.

The Azim Premji Foundation (APF) … has decided to set up new institutes in Orissa. "The Institute of Learning and Development will be set up in the state under Azim Premji University. We also have plans to set up low-cost model demonstration schools in the districts. The projects will begin in the next couple of years," said the chief executive officer of APF, Dileep Ranjekar.

He announced the launch of three post-graduate courses at the university, starting from the next academic session. "The absence of a large number of committed, qualified and trained professionals is one of the major constraints in the fields of education and development. The courses we have designed in our university will definitely help prepare outstanding professionals in the education sector," said Ranjekar. The courses offered are: masters degrees in education, development and teacher education.

"There is a huge dearth of experts in the fields of education and development. Teachers’ education in the country is of very poor quality and there has been no concerted effort to improve the curriculum and pedagogy," Ranjekar said.

Those interested in studying in the university will also be provided facilities like scholarships, loans, partial or full tuition fees and living expenses. "We will ensure that no student misses out on opportunities to study in the university due to financial constraints," he maintained. Ranjekar added that the foundation also has plans to set up an institute for assessment and accreditation of educational institutes.

Add comment May 5th, 2011

Best Western in collaboration with Ranjita Institute of Hotel Management and Catering (RIHC), has opened the Best Western India Centre For Hotel Management and Training in Bhubaneswar

Following is an from a report in hospitalitybizindia.com.

International hospitality chain Best Western in collaboration with Ranjita Institute of Hotel Management and Catering (RIHC), has opened of The Best Western India Centre For Hotel Management and Training in Bhubaneswar, Orissa. The new campus spread over 10 acres will train approximately 500 students. The centre will commence its next session from February 2011.

According to the company release, the institute campus will be fully residential and offer courses in hospitality and hotel administration, accommodation operation and management, food production, food and beverage service and other modular programmes.

Sudhir Sinha, President & COO, Best Western India said, “Best Western is probably the only international chain which has tremendous online certification and training resources available for all the key departments like front office, housekeeping, maintenance, food & beverage production, food & production service, sales for all its employees. These courses are all available online to the students of this training centre. The training and certification modules of Best Western helps to share the Global Best Practices identified across over 4,000 hotels worldwide.”

Ranjita Institute has the same Chairman as the C V Raman College in Bhubaneswar; so they are probably linked or part of the same group.

Add comment December 20th, 2010

SOA University Bhubaneswar to start 5 year integrated Law program

Following is from a Business Standard report in sify.com

The Siksha ‘O’ Anusandhan University (SOAU) in Bhubaneswar has set up a new Law Institute from the 2010-11 academic year following permission given by the Bar Council of India. …

The new institute will be known as SOA National Institute of Law (SNIL) which will have thrust on quality education in law keeping in view the contemporary society with semantic human resources, curriculum and co-curriculum aspects and will offer Five-Year Integrated Law studies in three different streams such as BA LLB, BBA LLB and B.Sc LLB besides Post-Graduation in Law and Ph.D. in Law.

The SNIL proposes to introduce several career oriented course in Intellectual Property Rights, Information and Technology, Labour-Man Power related Industrial Law, Human Rights, International Humanitarian Law, International Trade Laws, Competition Laws, Space Law, Biomedical Law, Bio-ethics and Law, International Advocacy, Arbitration as a mode of Alternate Dispute Redressal Mechanism, e-Governance, e-Commerce and Corporate Law.

With this program Odisha will have three places with 5 yr programs that will take students nationally. They are: 

I was told by reader Debi Sarangi (Thanks!) that Madhusudan Law College in Cuttack and University Law College Bhubaneswar also have 5 yr law programs. I am not sure if the other universities, especially Sambalpur and Berhampur, have such programs. If not they should. In addition I hope VSSUT starts a graduate program in Intellectual Property Law (similar to the one in IIT Kharagpur) and all the  universities in the state have 5-yr integrated courses in law as well as sciences.

5 comments September 21st, 2010

Progress on upgrading FCI Balangir to a hotel managment institute

Following is an excerpt from a report in Telegraph.

Principal of Food Craft Institute (FCI) Chandrakant Mahapatra said: “If things work out as planned, Balangir will soon have the second government-funded institute of hotel management in the state after Bhubaneswar. The union government is keen to upgrade the Food Craft Institute in Balangir into an institute of hotel management.”

Mahapatra said to facilitate the process, the Centre had demanded transfer of FCI land to the tourism department. It also demanded that FCI be re-registered as an hotel management institute under the Society Registration Act. “We are working on the two criteria. The land transfer process has been expedited. I am going to Cuttack today for registration related work,” he told The Telegraph.

He further said that the institute would be known as State Institute of Hotel Management (SIHM) and the Centre has assured to spend Rs 12 crore on infrastructure.

“The Centre will provide the infrastructure and the state government will have expenses for running the institute. The institute will offer BSc degree course in hospitality and hotel administration (HHA) and students will have to take an all-India entrance test to get admission,” Mahapatra said.

Add comment September 15th, 2010

Indian Institute of Mass Communication (IIMC) Dhenkanal to be upgraded

Following is from the PIB http://pib.nic.in/release/release.asp?relid=64336. The part relevant to Dhenkanal has been put in a different colour.


Union Minister for Information & Broadcasting Smt. Ambika Soni has said that under the new initiatives taken to position IIMC as an apex institution for providing quality education in the field on Media and entertainment, the endeavour was to establish facilities, curriculum and courses at par with Global Standards. A roadmap to initiate the process had already begun wherein classes at the four Regional Centres at J&K, Kerala, Maharashtra and Mizoram would commence from the next academic session at the facilities being provided by the State Governments. For this purpose, under the 12th Plan, funds would be provided to establish the full fledged facilities at the four Regional Centres. The Minister stated this while delivering her address at the 43rd Convocation of the Indian Institute of Mass Communication here today.

Elaborating on the details of the up-gradation being undertaken at Delhi and Dhenkenal, the Minister said that an up-gradation of the One-Year PG Diploma Course to Two-Year Advanced PG Diploma Course would be undertaken along-with seeking equivalence to Masters Degree for the Two-Year PG Diploma Courses from Ministry of Human Resources Development. As a new initiative, introduction of at least two new Two-Year PG Diploma Courses (one each in Development Journalism and Corporate Communication & Media Management) would be undertaken. For the infrastructural development, expansion of the existing buildings at Delhi and Dhenkanal and construction of new buildings for accommodating two batches of students at a time would be undertaken along-with procurement of latest technical equipment and filling up all vacancies in the teaching as well as non-teaching category. The Minister added that these initiatives would not only provide quality manpower to the industry, the training imparted would also ensure availability of skills, talent and professionalism with proper grooming at the inception level.

Smt. Soni further said that the growth of the media and entertainment industry had been one of the success stories of the Indian Economy.  The growth of the media and entertainment industry was expected to grow provisionally at Rs.652billion in 2010, culminating to Rs.1091 billion in 2014.  The CAGR was for the period was expected to be around 13%.  This growth rate was due to the development in regional markets as well as different media formats.    This growth, the Minister added  could be sustained only if talented and skilled persons added value to the sector through their professional inputs. Hence ,capacity building was a major challenge for any Government. As a consequence,  the Ministry of Information & Broadcasting had also  undertaken specific measures to look into the needs of the Human Resources and skill upgradation in the film and animation sector.

            The Minister further added that apart from IIMC, efforts were being made to reposition the Film and Television Institute of India at Pune as a world class Institute by upgrading and modernising its infrastructure and facilities. A Detailed Project Report was being finalised. An outlay of Rs.52 crore has been proposed for this scheme during the 11th Five Year Plan. Similarly, in order to look into the growing demand of trained professionals in the sphere of Animation, Gaming and Visual Effects, it has been decided that a specialized National Centre for Animation, Gaming and Visual effects will be set up to provide training and upgrading skills. For this scheme also, a DPR is under preparation.  For the animation sector,Smt.Soni said, the ministry was open to the idea  of  developing a Public Private Partnership model with interested stakeholders.

            A total number of 259 students were awarded diploma for courses in Hindi & English Journalism, Advertising & PR, Radio & Television and Oriya Journalism. 44 students of IIMC, Dhenkanal were given diplomas in English Journalism.

 

3 comments August 7th, 2010

Odisha’s second flying training institute being explored in Rangeilunda near Berhampur

Following is an excerpt from a PTI report.

Plans are afoot to develop Orissa’s second flying training institute at Rangeilunda airstrip near here.

The ministry of Civil Aviation wants to use Rangeilunda airstrip as a flying training institute. Binodini Devi, a senior captain from the ministry, visited the airstrip recently and discussed the project with engineers of the works department here, Ganjam district collector V K Pandian said.

… A senior pilot of the ministry also visited the site last week and asked the works engineer to develop it as a Visual Flight Rule (VFR) airstrip and to provide at least two rooms to conduct the pilot training institute.

"We have agreed to provide all necessary infrastructure facilities to the ministry to use Rangeilunda airstrip as a flying training institute," K Pandian said.

3 comments May 30th, 2010

List of recognized teacher education institutes in Odisha: From ERCNCTE site

The following is from the ERCNCTE (Eastern Region Committee, National Council of Teacher Education), Bhubaneswar site at http://www.ercncte.org/. (The head office of NCTE is in Delhi and its four regional centers are at Bhubaneswar, Bangalore, Bhopal and Jaipur.)

Pre-School

1

Orissa University of Agriculture & Technology, College of Home Science, OUAT, Bhubaneswar, Orissa-751003

University Department

Board of Secondary Education

Pre-school Teacher Education

50

2

DAV Institute of Teacher Education (Pre-school), Sector-VI, CDA, Bidanasi, Cuttack, Orissa –753014

Private

BSE

Pre-School Teacher Education

50

3

DIET, Sundargarh, At/P.O. Sankara, Dist. Sundargarh, Orissa-770020

Government

BSE

Pre-school Teacher Education

50

4

DIET, Kalahandi, Bhawanipatna, Naktiguda, P.O. Bhawanipatna, Dist. Kalahandi, Orissa – 766001

Government

BSE

Pre-school Teacher Education

50

5

DIET, Dhenkanal, At/P.O./Dist. Dhenkanal, Orissa-759001

Government

BSE

Pre-school Teacher Education

50

6

DIET, Keonjhar, At. Old Town of Keonjhar, P.O. Keonjhar Bazar, Dist. Keonjhar, Orissa-758002

Government

BSE

Pre-school Teacher Education

50

7

DIET, Khurda, At/P.O./Dist. Khurda, Orissa-752055

Government

BSE

Pre-school Teacher Education

50

8

DIET, Sambalpur, Ainthapali, Budharaja, Dist – Sambalpur, Orissa – 768004

Government

BSE

Pre-school Teacher Education

50

9

DIET, Naguan, Via – Jajpur Road, Dist – Jajpur, Orissa – 755019

Government

BSE

Pre-school Teacher Education

50

Elementary

1

DIET, Kalahandi, Bhawanipatna, Orissa– 766001

Government

Board of Secondary Education

CT

50

2

DIET, Remuna, Khirochoragopinath Balasore, Orissa- 756018

Government

BSE

CT

50

3

DIET, Sankara, Sundergarh,Orissa – 770020 

Government

BSE

CT

50

4

DIET, Khalikote, Ganjam, Orissa – 761030

Government

BSE

CT

50

5

DIET, Sambalpur, Orissa- 768004

Government

BSE

CT

50

6

DIET, Khurda, Orissa – 752055

Government

BSE

CT

50

7

DIET, Keonjhar, Orissa- 758001

Government

BSE

CT

50

8

DIET, Jaypore, Koraput, Orissa – 764001

Government

BSE

CT

50

9

DIET, Dolipur, Nagua, Jajpur, Orissa– 755019

Government

BSE

CT

50

10

DIET, Dhenkanal, Orissa- 759001

Government

BSE

CT

50

11

DIET, Baripada, Mayurbhanj, Orissa– 757001

Government

BSE

CT

50

12

DIET, Phulbani, Tikabali, Orissa– 762010

Government

BSE

CT

50

13

DIET, Balangir, Orissa-767001

Government

BSE

CT

50

14

Govt. Secondary Training School, Sakhigopal, Puri, Orissa-752014

Government

BSE

CT

50

15

Govt. Secondary Training School, Bargarh, Orissa – 768028

Government

BSE

CT

50

16

Govt. Secondary Training School, Bhanjanagar, Ganjam, Orissa – 761126

Government

BSE

CT

50

17

Govt. Secondary Training School, Paralakhemundi, Gajapati, Orissa – 761200

Government

BSE

CT

50

18

Govt. Secondary Training School, Dharmagarh, Kalahandi, Orissa – 766015

Government

BSE

CT

50

19

Govt. Secondary Training School, Nawarangpur, Mirganguda, Orissa

Government

BSE

CT

50

20

Govt. Secondary Training School, Polsara, Ganjam, Orissa – 761105

Government

BSE

CT

50

21

Govt. Secondary Training School, Sonepur, Subarnapur, Orissa – 767017

Government

BSE

CT

50

22

Govt. Secondary Training School, Kuanramunda, Sundargarh, Orissa – 770039

Government

BSE

CT

50

23

Govt. Secondary Training School, Bissam Cuttack, Rayagada, Koraput, Orissa – 765022

Government

BSE

CT

50

24

Govt. Secondary Training School, Nayagarh, Rajsunakhala, Orissa

Government

BSE

CT

50

25

Govt. Secondary Training School, Patnagarh, Balangir, Orissa – 767025

Government

BSE

CT

50

26

Govt. Secondary Training School, Bagudi, Balasore, Orissa – 756045

Government

BSE

CT

50

27

Govt. Secondary Training School, Agarpara, Bhadrak, Orissa

Government

BSE

CT

50

28

Govt. Secondary Training School, Chhendipada, Angul, Orissa – 759124

Government

BSE

CT

50

29

Govt. Secondary Training School, Jagatsinghpur, Orissa – 754032

Government

BSE

CT

50

30

Govt. Secondary Training School, Pipli, Puri, Orissa – 752104

Government

BSE

CT

50

31

Govt. Secondary Training School, Kendrapara, Orissa – 754211

Government

BSE

CT

50

32

Govt. Secondary Training School, Ragadi, Banki, Cuttack, Orissa – 754008

Government

BSE

CT

50

33

Govt. Secondary Training School, Gunupur, Rayagada, Orissa – 765022

Government

BSE

CT

50

34

Govt. Secondary Training School, Tangi, Khurda, Orissa – 751001

Government

BSE

CT

50

35

Govt. Secondary Training School (Women), Bhubaneswar, Unit VI, Khurda, Orissa – 751001

Government

BSE

CT

50

36

Govt. Secondary Training School, Boudh, Orissa – 762014

Government

BSE

CT

50

37

Govt. Secondary Training School, Jharsuguda, Panchapara, Orissa – 768204

Government

BSE

CT

50

38

Govt. Secondary Training School, Fakirpur, Keonjhar, Orissa – 758002

Government

BSE

CT

50

39

Govt. Secondary Training School, Kishorenagar, Angul, Orissa – 759122

Government

BSE

CT

50

40

Govt. Secondary Training School, Titlagarh, Balangir, Orissa – 767033

Government

BSE

CT

50

41

Govt. Secondary Training School, Langaleswar, Balasore, Orissa

Government

BSE

CT

50

42

Govt. Secondary Training School, Kundukela, Sundergarh, Orissa – 770019

Government

BSE

CT

50

43

Govt. Secondary Training School, Nimapara, Puri, Orissa – 752106

Government

BSE

CT

50

44

Govt. Secondary Training School, Remuli, Keonjhar, Orissa – 758047

Government

BSE

CT

50

45

Govt. Secondary Training School, Umerkote, Nawarangapur, Orissa – 764073

Government

BSE

CT

50

46

Govt. Secondary Training School, Balia, Bhagabatpur, Kendrapara, Orissa – 754234

Government

BSE

CT

50

47

Govt. Secondary Training School, Deogarh, Purnagarh, Orissa – 768119

Government

BSE

CT

50

48

Govt. Secondary Training School, Pahimahura, Barikpur Bazar, Bhadrak, Orissa – 756122

Government

BSE

CT

50

49

Govt. Secondary Training School, Puri, Orissa – 752001

Government

BSE

CT

50

50

Govt. Secondary Training School for Women, Berhampur, Ganjam, Orissa – 760001

Government

BSE

CT

50

51

Govt. Secondary Training School, Nawapara, Orissa– 766105

Government

BSE

CT

50

52

Govt. Secondary Training School, Baripada, Mayurbhanj, Orissa – 757001

Government

BSE

CT

50

53

Govt. Secondary Training School, Gorumahisani, Mayurbhanj, Orissa – 757042

Government

BSE

CT

50

54

Govt. Secondary Training School, Kusalda, Mayurbhanj, Orissa – 757085

Government

BSE

CT

50

55

Govt. Secondary Training School (Urdu), Shaikh Bazar, Tulasipur, Cuttack, Orissa – 766015

Government

BSE

CT

50

56

Govt. Secondary Training School, Tudigadia, Sore, Balasore, Orissa – 756 045

Government

BSE

CT

50

57

Radhanath Secondary Training School, Chandini Chowk, Cuttack, Orissa-753002

Government

BSE

CT

50

58

Govt. Secondary Training School, Bhalulata, Sundergarh, Orissa

Government

BSE

CT

40

59

Govt. Secondary Training School, Bolangir, Orissa-767001

Government

BSE

CT

50

60

Govt. Secondary Training School, Athagarh, Cuttack, Orissa – 754002

Government

BSE

CT

50

61

Govt. Secondary Training School, Chitrakonda, Malkanagiri, Orissa – 764052

Government

BSE

CT

50

62

Govt. Secondary Training School, Chikiti, Ganjam-761010, Orissa

Government

BSE

CT

50

63

Govt. Secondary Training School, Narshingpur, Cuttack, Orissa

Government

BSE

CT

50

64

Thompson Womens’ Secondary Training School, Madhusudan Road, GPO Buxi-Bazar, Cuttack, Orissa,     Pin –753030

Private (aided)

BSE

CT

50

65

PAN School of Education, Bankoi, Khurda, Orissa

Government

BSE

CT

50

66

Govt. DAV Secondary Training School, Kalinga, Vill- Kalinga, Po- Kalinga, Dist- Kandhamal, Orissa (ETE) (Govt.) (Board of Secondary Education Orissa) Code No.APE00956

Government

BSE

ETE

50

Secondary

1

Radhanath Institute of Advanced Study in Education, Cuttack, Orissa-753002 

Government

Utkal University

B.ED.

128

2

Dibakar Patnaik Institute of Advanced Study in Education, Berhampur, Ganjam, Orissa- 760003

Government

Berhampur
University

B.ED.

60

3

Dr. Parsuram Mishra Institute of Advanced Study in Education, Sambalpur, Orissa-751007

Government

Sambalpur
University

B.ED.

100

4

Nalini Devi Womens’ College of Teacher Education, Unit – III, Kharvela Nagar, Bhubaneswar, Orissa-769010

Government

Utkal University

B.ED.

200

5

Naba Krushna Choudhury College of Teacher Education, Angul, Orissa-759122

Government

Utkal University

B.ED.

100

6

DAV College of Teacher Education, Koraput, Orissa-764020

Government

Berhampur University

B.ED

80

7

Kabi Samrat Upendra Bhanja College of Teacher Education, Bhanjanagar, Ganjam, Orissa – 761126

Government

Berhampur University

B.ED.

72

8

College of Teacher Education Balangir, Orissa – 767001

Government

Sambalpur
University

B.ED.

100

9

College of Teacher Education, Balasore, Orissa-756001

Government

Fakir Mohan University

B.ED.

100

10

Kalahandi Training College, Bhawanipatna, Kalahandi, Orissa-766001

Government

Sambalpur University

B.ED.

50

11

Rourkela College of Educational Training, Rourkela, Sundargarh, Orissa-769010

Government

Sambalpur University

B.ED.

50

12

Anandpur Anchalika Training College, Fakirpur, Keonjhar, Orissa – 758022

Government

North Orissa University

B.ED.

50

13

Utkal Mani Gopabandhu B.Ed. College, Takatpur, Baripada, Mayurbhanj, Orissa – 757 001

Government

North Orissa University

B.ED.

50

14

Regional Institute of Education, Bhubaneswar, Sachivalaya Marg, Bhubaneswar, Orissa-751 022

NCERT

Utkal University

INTEGRATED

100

2 YR B.ED

100

15

Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan (Deemed University),Sri Sadashiva Campus, Puri, Orissa – 752001

Deemed University

Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan

SHIKSHA SHASTRI
(B.ED.)

100

16

Hindi Teacher’s Training Institute, Block No.-29, Old Secretariate, Dist.-Cuttack, Orissa-753001

Government

Utkal University

B.H.ED.

100

17

Government Teacher’s Training College, Phulbani, Vill/PO-Phulbani, Plot No.– 397,184,380,156, Dist- Kandhamal, Orissa-762001

Government

Berhampur University

B.Ed.

100

Master of Education

1

Radhanath Institute of Advanced Study in Education, Cuttack, Orissa-753002 

Government

Utkal University

M.ED.

24

2

Dibakar Patnaik Institute of Advanced Study in Education, Berhampur, Ganjam, Orissa- 760003

Government

Berhampur
University

M.ED.

24

3

Dr. Parsuram Mishra Institute of Advanced Study in Education, Sambalpur, Orissa-751007

Government

Sambalpur
University

M.ED.

24

4

Nalini Devi Womens’ College of Teacher Education, Unit – III, Kharvela Nagar, Bhubaneswar, Orissa-769010

Government

Utkal University

M.ED.

24

5

Regional Institute of Education, Bhubaneswar, Sachivalaya Marg, Bhubaneswar, Orissa-751 022

NCERT

Utkal University

M.ED. ELE

32

6

Nabakrushna Choudhury College of Teacher Education, Angul, Orissa- 759122

Government

Utkal University

M.E.D.

25

Master of Physical Education

1

Govt. College of Physical Education, Kalinga Stadium, Nayapalli, Bhubaneswar, Orissa-751 012 

Government

Utkal University

M.P.ED.

12

2

Baliapal College of Physical Education, Baliapal, Balasore, Orissa, -756026

Private

Fakir Mohan University

M.P.ED.

30

Certificate in Physical Education

1

Prasannamani College of Physical Education & Yoga, Tigiria, Cuttack, Orissa – 754 030

Private

BSE

C.P.ED.

80

2

Baliapal College of Physical Education, Vill- Baliapal, Po- Baliapal, Dist-Balasore, Orissa- 756026

Private

BSE

C.P.ED.

50

Bachelor of Physical Education

1

Govt. College of Physical Education, Kulundi, Sambalpur, Orissa

Government

Sambalpur University

B.P.ED.

30

2

Baliapal College of Physical Education, Baliapal, Balasore,
Orissa -756026 

Private

Fakir Mohan University

B.P.ED.

60

3

Govt. College of Physical Education, Kalinga Stadium, Nayapalli, Bhubaneswar, Orissa-751012 

Government

Utkal University

B.P.ED.

64

OTHER

1

English Language Teaching Institute, (PGDET), Plot No.2/8, 2/9, Maitri Vihar, Chandrasekharpur, Bhubaneswar, Orissa

Government

Utkal University

PGDET

32

2

Centre for Advanced Study in Psychology, Utkal University, Vani Vihar,Bhubaneswar, Orissa -751004

University Department

Utkal University

PGDECE
(Innovative)

16

7 comments May 4th, 2010

NISWASS Bhubaneswar gets 20 crores from UGC for infrastructure development

Following is from the UGC report http://www.ugc.ac.in/more/commissiondecision/467.pdf (page 8, item 3.1). Thanks to Prof. Pujari for the pointer.

The Commission considered and approved the recommendations of the Expert Committee to the proposal of National Institute of Social Work and Social Sciences (NISWASS), Bhubaneswar (Orissa) for financial assistance for Infrastructural Development and approved one time financial grant of Rs.20.00 crores to the Institute.

The web page of NISWASS is at http://www.niswass.org/. It has the following departments:

Some of the programs it offers are:

  • BA and MA in Social Work
  • MA in Social Communication
  • MA in Rural Management
  • Master in Women Studies
  • Master in Buddhist Studies

Admission forms are available every year around 15th May.

Some of the features and achievements of NISWASS are:

  • It is affiliated to the University of Utkal, Sambalpur and Berhampur in the State of Odisha. The Vice Chancellors of all these Universities happen to be in the Board of Governors of NISWASS.
  • It has also been recognized by each of them as an Advanced Research Centre.
    The Institute has already been recognized by the University Grants Commission under Sections 2 (f) and 12 (B) of the UGC Act, 1956. Utkal University and the Government of Odisha separately have recommended the application of NISWASS filed with the University Grants Commission for conferring on NISWASS of a Deemed University.
  • As an Institution catering to teaching and training in professional social work courses, NISWASS has been recognized and taken as a member of the Association of Schools of Social Work in India (ASSWI), New Delhi.
  • NISWASS has been recognized as a Nodal Centre for the purpose of evaluation and inspections, Family Counseling Centres, etc. by the Central Social Welfare Advisory Board, Govt. of India, New Delhi.
  • NISWASS publishes its research reports in the form of books, monographs and handbooks. It also publishes a journal, The Fourth World (bi-annually in English). Its Journal has been registered under the Press and Registration Act and has also obtained the ISSN number.
  • Also, its development workers are active in more that ten thousand villages in Orissa and are engaged in carrying out various development works in addition to implementing education, health, skill improvement training, etc. focusing on women, children, disabled and other rural people and urban slums.
  • NISWASS has been accepted by CAPART for training of trainers from various NGOs to conduct training of the Social Animators.
  • NISWASS has been able to establish two prestigious Chairs for advanced research and training viz. 
    Dr. Ambedkar Chair on Social Work and
    Shri K.R. Narayanan (Late President of Indian) Chair on Social Communication.
  • NISWASS had entered into international collaboration arrangements with the University of Missouri, Columbia (USA), the South Asian Institute (SAI, University of Heidleberg (Germany) and the Free University of Berlin (Germany) in matters of research, publications, faculty visits, and students’ exchange programmes. “Memoranda of Understanding (MOU)” have already been signed with the concerned University authorities. But relationship is active in the case of the Free University of Berlin.

There seems to be a lot of jobs available at NISWASS. See http://www.niswass.org/career_with_niswass.php.

NISWASS is located in Chandrasekharpur, Bhubaneswar.

The only things that I could not find in their web pages are the names of the faculty and researchers working there. The only name I could find was the name of Dr. R. K. Nayak, mentioned as the Founder of NISWASS. 

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