The complete list of 90 diploma schools (both private and government) is at http://sctevtorissa.in/%28S%282pssui550go5ufug55nvab45%29%29/collegedetail.aspx?Cid=2.
Add comment July 20th, 2011
The complete list of 90 diploma schools (both private and government) is at http://sctevtorissa.in/%28S%282pssui550go5ufug55nvab45%29%29/collegedetail.aspx?Cid=2.
Add comment July 20th, 2011
These days many students after their Class X exam instead of joining a +2Sc/Arts/Commerce program enroll in an engineering diploma program. The reason being:
(a) They can avail of lateral entry to the 2nd year of B.E program if they have "Pass in 3 years diploma course in Engineering with at least 50% ( 45% in case of candidate belong to SC / ST category) marks in aggregate from State Council of Technical Education and Training (SCTE&VT)". For them there is a reservation of "Upto a maximum of twenty percent of sanctioned intake capacity of 2010-20 11 in appropriate discipline of engineering (these seats will be over and above the intake capacity) and carry forward vacant seats of first year of engineering (as per list submitted by JEE-2010) will be available for lateral entry at third semester level."
(b) They can also join the first year of B.E program if they wish to do that.
Now when choosing what branch in Diploma they should pursue they should look at the following table from the JEE prospectus. It will tell them from which diploma branch they can join "laterally" (i.e, to the second year) to which B.E. branch .
As per the JEE 2011 stipulations, the most flexible branch seems to be "Mechatronics" as it allows them to pursue Mechanical Engineering as well as several Electronics related branches. (This may change in the future. So students need to check the latest JEE prospectus.)
1 comment May 9th, 2011
It may be a good idea to consider upgrading all the government diploma colleges to also include degree programs. See the list at http://www.orissalinks.com/archives/4122.
Add comment May 8th, 2010
The following list is obtained from http://sctevtorissa.in/collegedetail.aspx?Cid=2.
|Bhubanananda Orissa School of Engineering(BOSE), Cuttack||Barpada School of Engineering & Technology(BSET), Barapada|
|Institute of Engineering & Management(IEM), Jeypore||Indira Gandhi Institute of Technology(IGIT), Sarang|
|Jharsuguda Engineering School(JES), Jharsuguda||Kalinga Institute of Mining Engineering & Technology(KIMET), Chhendipada|
|Orissa School of Mining Engineering(OSME), Keonjhar||Padmashree Krutartha Acharya Institute of Engineering & Technology(PKAIET), Baragarh|
|Rourkela Institute of Technology(RIT), Kalunga||Sanjay Memorial Institute of Technology(SMIT), Ankuspur|
|SKDAV Polytechnic for Women, Rourkela||Uma Charan Pattnaik Engineering School(UCPES), Berhampur|
|Utkalmani Gopabandhu Institute of Engineering(UGIE), Rourkela||Women’s Polytechnic, Bhubaneswar|
|Women’s Polytechnic, Dhenkanal||Institute of Textile Technology(ITT), Choudwar|
|Utkal Gourav Madhusudan Institute of Technology(UGMIT), Rayagada||Mayurbhanj School of Engineering(MSE), Baripada|
|Kalinga Polytechnic, Bhubaneswar||Women’s Polytechnic, Berhampur|
|Nilachal Polytechnic, Bhubaneswar||Sundergarh Engineering School(SES), Sundergarh|
|Black Diamond School of Engineering(BDSE), Brajarajnagar||Balasore School of Engineering(BSE), Balasore|
|Sushree Institute of Technical Education (SITE),Bolangir||Dhaneswar Rath Institute of Engineering & Management Studies(DRIEMS), Tangi|
|Krupajal Engineering School, Bhubaneswar||Berhampur School of Engineering & Technology(BSET), Berhampur|
|CV Raman Polytechnic, Bhubaneswar||Samanta Chandra Sekhar Institute of Technology & Management(SCSITM), Semiliguda|
|Koustav School of Engineering, Bhubaneswar||Dhabaleswar Institute of Polytechnic, Athagarh|
|Biju Patnaik Institute of Technology, Phulbani||CIPET, Bhubaneswar|
|Pabitra Mohan Institute of Technology, Talcher||Bhubaneswar Polytechnic, Bhubaneswar|
|Hi-Tech Institute of Information Technology, Jeypore||Jeypore School of Engineering & Technology, Jeypore|
|Gandhi School of Engineering, Berhampur||Gurukrupa Technical School, Narasinghpur|
|Nalanda Institute of Technology, Bhubaneswar||Orissa Institute of Engineering & technology, Dhenkanal|
|Suddhananda Residential Polytechnic, Phulnakhara||Ganesh Institute of Engineering & Technology, Bhubaneswar|
|Sri Polytechnic, Komonda, Nayagarh||Aum Sai Institute of Technical Education,Berhampur|
|Pathani Samant Institute of Engineering & Technology, Dhenkanal||Ideal School of Engineering, Retang, Khurdha|
|Kalam Institute of Technology, Berhampur||Puri Engineering School, Puri|
|Kalahandi School of Engineering & Technology, Bhawanipatana||Purusottam School of Engineering & Technology, Rourkela|
|Swami Vivekenanda School of Engineering & Technology, Bhubaneswar||Mahamaya Institute of Medical & Technical Science, Nuapada|
|Siddhartha Institute of Engineering & Technology, Koraput||MITS Institute of Polytechnic, Rayagada|
|Aryan Institute of Engineering Technology||Naryani Insititute of Engineering & Technology, Angul|
|Purna Chandra Institute of Engineering & Technology(PCIE&T), Chhendipada||Adarsha School of Engineering & International Polytechnic,Angul|
|Jhadeswar Institute of Engineering & Technology, Balasore||Ramarani Iinstitute of Technology,Balasore|
|BIT, POLY, Balasore||Hi-Tech Institute of Engineering & Management, Ranital, Bhadrak|
|Bhadrak Engineering School & Technology,Asurali, Bhadrak||Kalinga Institute of Engineering & Technology F.C. project, Jajpur|
|PNSE & T, Marshaghai||SSB Regional Institute of Science & Technology, Chitrada, Mayurbhanj|
|Divine Institute of Engineering & Technology, Baripada||Balaji Institute of Technology & Science, Gunupur|
|Badriprasad Institute of Technology,Sambalpur||City Institute of Technical Education, Rourkela|
|Bharat Institute of Engineering & Technology,Berhampur||Gandhi Polytechnic, Berhampur|
|Holy Institute of Technology, Berhampur||Ganapati Institute of Engg. & Tech, Jagatpur|
|Barunei Institute of Engineering & Technology, Khurda||Gurukula Engineering School,Jamujhari, Khurda|
|Indus School of Engineering, Khurda||Asian School of Technology, Khurda|
|UIET, Rathipur, Bhubaneswar||Maharaja Polytechnic, Tarabai, Bhubaneswar|
|Keonjhar School of Engineering, Keonjhar||Kalinga Nagar Polytechnic, Tarapur,Jajpur|
|MITS School of Engineering, Janla, Bhubaneswar||Orissa School of Engineering Polytechnic, Berhampur|
|Sl.No.||District||College Code||College Name|
|1||ANGUL (5)||0109202||Adarsha School of Engineering & International Polytechnic,Angul|
|2||0104201||Kalinga Institute of Mining Engineering & Technology(KIMET), Chhendipada|
|3||0109201||Naryani Insititute of Engineering & Technology, Angul|
|4||0111201||Pabitra Mohan Institute of Technology, Talcher|
|5||0104202||Purna Chandra Institute of Engineering & Technology(PCIE&T), Chhendipada|
|6||BALASORE (4)||0213204||Balasore School of Engineering(BSE), Balasore|
|7||0213203||BIT, POLY, Balasore|
|8||0214201||Jhadeswar Institute of Engineering & Technology, Balasore|
|9||0213202||Ramarani Iinstitute of Technology,Balasore|
|10||BARAGARH (1)||0303201||Padmashree Krutartha Acharya Institute of Engineering & Technology(PKAIET), Baragarh|
|11||BHADRAK (3)||0409203||Barpada School of Engineering & Technology(BSET), Barapada|
|12||0409202||Bhadrak Engineering School & Technology,Asurali, Bhadrak|
|13||0409201||Hi-Tech Institute of Engineering & Management, Ranital, Bhadrak|
|14||BOLANGIR (1)||0515201||Sushree Institute of Technical Education (SITE),Bolangir|
|15||CUTTACK (8)||0718203||Aryan Institute of Engineering Technology|
|16||0718101||Bhubanananda Orissa School of Engineering(BOSE), Cuttack|
|17||0715201||Dhabaleswar Institute of Polytechnic, Athagarh|
|18||0713201||Dhaneswar Rath Institute of Engineering & Management Studies(DRIEMS), Tangi|
|19||0718204||Ganapati Institute of Engg. & Tech, Jagatpur|
|20||0709201||Gurukrupa Technical School, Narasinghpur|
|21||0717101||Institute of Textile Technology(ITT), Choudwar|
|22||0718202||Suddhananda Residential Polytechnic, Phulnakhara|
|0910103||Indira Gandhi Institute of Technology(IGIT), Sarang|
|24||0910201||Orissa Institute of Engineering & technology, Dhenkanal|
|25||0910202||Pathani Samant Institute of Engineering & Technology, Dhenkanal|
|26||0910104||Women’s Polytechnic, Dhenkanal|
|27||GANJAM (11)||1132201||Aum Sai Institute of Technical Education,Berhampur|
|28||1125201||Berhampur School of Engineering & Technology(BSET), Berhampur|
|29||1125208||Bharat Institute of Engineering & Technology,Berhampur|
|30||1125209||Gandhi Polytechnic, Berhampur|
|31||1125202||Gandhi School of Engineering, Berhampur|
|32||1125210||Holy Institute of Technology, Berhampur|
|33||1125203||Kalam Institute of Technology, Berhampur|
|34||1125211||Orissa School of Engineering Polytechnic, Berhampur|
|35||1125204||Sanjay Memorial Institute of Technology(SMIT), Ankuspur|
|36||1125105||Uma Charan Pattnaik Engineering School(UCPES), Berhampur|
|37||1125106||Women’s Polytechnic, Berhampur|
|38||JAJPUR (2)||1311201||Kalinga Institute of Engineering & Technology F.C. project, Jajpur|
|39||1307201||Kalinga Nagar Polytechnic, Tarapur,Jajpur|
|1407202||Black Diamond School of Engineering(BDSE), Brajarajnagar|
|41||1408101||Jharsuguda Engineering School(JES), Jharsuguda|
|42||KALAHANDI (1)||1514201||Kalahandi School of Engineering & Technology, Bhawanipatana|
|43||KANDHAMAL (1)||1614201||Biju Patnaik Institute of Technology, Phulbani|
|44||KENDRAPARA (1)||1706201||PNSE & T, Marshaghai|
|45||KEONJHAR (2)||1817202||Keonjhar School of Engineering, Keonjhar|
|46||1817101||Orissa School of Mining Engineering(OSME), Keonjhar|
|47||KHURDHA (19)||1915209||Asian School of Technology, Khurda|
|48||1915206||Barunei Institute of Engineering & Technology, Khurda|
|49||1913205||Bhubaneswar Polytechnic, Bhubaneswar|
|51||1913203||CV Raman Polytechnic, Bhubaneswar|
|52||1915203||Ganesh Institute of Engineering & Technology, Bhubaneswar|
|53||1915207||Gurukula Engineering School,Jamujhari, Khurda|
|54||1913206||Ideal School of Engineering, Retang, Khurdha|
|55||1915208||Indus School of Engineering, Khurda|
|56||1915201||Kalinga Polytechnic, Bhubaneswar|
|57||1913204||Koustav School of Engineering, Bhubaneswar|
|58||1913202||Krupajal Engineering School, Bhubaneswar|
|59||1913207||Maharaja Polytechnic, Tarabai, Bhubaneswar|
|60||1913208||MITS School of Engineering, Janla, Bhubaneswar|
|61||1913209||Nalanda Institute of Technology, Bhubaneswar|
|62||1913201||Nilachal Polytechnic, Bhubaneswar|
|63||1915204||Swami Vivekenanda School of Engineering & Technology, Bhubaneswar|
|64||1915210||UIET, Rathipur, Bhubaneswar|
|65||1915105||Women’s Polytechnic, Bhubaneswar|
|66||KORAPUT (5)||2015202||Hi-Tech Institute of Information Technology, Jeypore|
|67||2015201||Institute of Engineering & Management(IEM), Jeypore|
|68||2015203||Jeypore School of Engineering & Technology, Jeypore|
|69||2014201||Samanta Chandra Sekhar Institute of Technology & Management(SCSITM), Semiliguda|
|70||2017201||Siddhartha Institute of Engineering & Technology, Koraput|
|71||MAYURBHANJ (3)||2227203||Divine Institute of Engineering & Technology, Baripada|
|72||2227201||Mayurbhanj School of Engineering(MSE), Baripada|
|73||2227202||SSB Regional Institute of Science & Technology, Chitrada, Mayurbhanj|
|74||NAYAGARH (1)||2410201||Sri Polytechnic, Komonda, Nayagarh|
|75||NUAPADA (1)||2504201||Mahamaya Institute of Medical & Technical Science, Nuapada|
|76||PURI (1)||2615201||Puri Engineering School, Puri|
|77||RAYAGADA (3)||2712201||Balaji Institute of Technology & Science, Gunupur|
|78||2714201||MITS Institute of Polytechnic, Rayagada|
|79||2714102||Utkal Gourav Madhusudan Institute of Technology(UGMIT), Rayagada|
|80||SAMBALPUR (1)||2814201||Badriprasad Institute of Technology,Sambalpur|
|81||SUNDERGARH (6)||3020201||City Institute of Technical Education, Rourkela|
|82||3020202||Purusottam School of Engineering & Technology, Rourkela|
|83||3021201||Rourkela Institute of Technology(RIT), Kalunga|
|84||3020103||SKDAV Polytechnic for Women, Rourkela|
|85||3021203||Sundergarh Engineering School(SES), Sundergarh|
|86||3020104||Utkalmani Gopabandhu Institute of Engineering(UGIE), Rourkela|
The above site also has the list of ITIs. One can browse them in the page http://sctevtorissa.in/ITI/ResultMain.aspx.
1 comment March 29th, 2010
Following is an excerpt from a report in Business Standard on the 22 new polytechs.
… These polytechnics would come up in those districts which are not yet served by the government polytechnics. The districts include Boudh Gajapati, Nabarangpur, Bolangir, Kalahandi, Koraput, Kandhamal, Mayurbhanj and Balasore to name a few.
… It may be noted that 13 government engineering schools and polytechnics are already functioning in Orissa under the state industries department.
… A single patch of land spread over 10 acres has already been identified by the state government in each of the districts.
Out of Rs 12.3 crore sanctioned for each polytechnic, Rs eight crore will be spent on civil works and Rs 4.3 crore will be spent on equipment, machinery, furniture and learning resource material.
With the opening of these 22 polytechnics, every district in the state will have at least government polytechnic providing quality education.
Following is excerpt from a different report in Business Standard on the 91 new ITIs and 415 new Skill Development Centers (SDCs).
The Ministry of Labour and Employment of the Government of India has decided to set up 91 new ITIs (Industrial Training Institutes) and 415 Skill Development Centres (SDCs) in Orissa on the public-private partnership (PPP) mode.
While the Orissa government would provide basic infrastructural support for these ITIs and SDCs including free land with proper power, water and road connectivity, the Centre would provide Viability Gap Funding.
The proposed ITI s would have a strength of 250 trainees per shift running about 10 demand driven trades. An estimated Rs six crore would be spent towards infrastructural development on each of these ITI s.
The proposed SDCs would be smaller centres of vocational training with seating capacity of about 300 persons per shift per annum to meet the skill training needs of the locals.
About Rs 50 lakh would be invested on equipment and machineries for these SDCs.
Expressions of Interest would be invited from the training providers to operationalize these proposed ITI s and SDCs on the PPP mode.
… About 3-5 acres of land need to be identified for the establishment of ITI s at the unrepresented block headquarters while 500 sq m of land is needed for setting up the SDC at the gram panchayat headquarters.
Moreover, the Government of India has decided to upgrade 1396 government ITI s across the country on the PPP mode through an interest free loan of Rs 2.5 crore.
Nine ITI s in the state at Puri, Cuttack, Chhatrapur, Umerkote, Barbil, Dhenkanal, Barbil, Baripada, Baripada and Malkangiri are covered under this initiative.
Add comment February 26th, 2010
Following is from Today’s Dharitri.
2 comments November 12th, 2009
Following is an excerpt from a report in expressbuzz.com.
The Centre has sanctioned funds for establishment of Government polytechnics in 14 districts of the State.
Each of the institutes will receive a one time grant of Rs 12.30 crore from the Centre for infrastructure development while the State Government will take care of the recurring expenditure, including staff salary and administrative expenses.
The Government polytechnics will be located in districts having no such institutes.
Orissa has 13 technical institutes including three women polytechnics offering diploma courses in various trades. However, these institutes are limited to only nine districts and most of them are located in coastal region.
The new polytechnics will be opened in seven Naxal-affected districts of Malkangiri, Nabarangpur, Gajapati, Sambalpur, Jajpur, Nayagarh and Deogarh.
The other districts selected for the Centrally assisted technical institutes are Boudh, Nuapada, Kalahandi, Kendrapara, Jagatsinghpur, Puri and Sonepur.
Sites for the proposed polytechnics have been selected in respective district headquarters.
The Government will provide at least 10 acres of land for each of the polytechnics free of cost.
The new polytechnics will start functioning from the next academic session. …
According to a conservative estimate, each polytechnic will have at least 50 staff. The Government will take a decision on recruitment of staff on permanent or contractual basis.
The Government had already submitted a proposal to the Centre for financial assistance for opening Government polytechnics in the remaining seven districts.
3 comments October 29th, 2009
The following list is based on the information in the page http://sctevtorissa.in/collegedetail.aspx?Cid=2 extracted today.
1 comment October 11th, 2009
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
Their web page is http://www.sushreetech.com/sushree.htm. At present they manage the following programs:
Add comment May 5th, 2008
3 comments April 17th, 2008
Following is an excerpt on it from Pioneer. (My understanding is that it is not yet an engineering college, but is on its way to become one.)
… former Union Minister Devendra Pradhan.
Inaugurating the first session of the Pabitra Mohan Institute of Technology (PMIT) at Talcher on Tuesday, he said local people are not getting proper employment opportunities as they do not have the required technical education. Pabitra Mohan Institute of Technology, which is named after the great freedom fighter and former Deputy Chief Minister, would solve this problem, he said.
Local MLA Mahesh Sahu also emphasised the need of technical education in the area. He criticised the vested interests who are opposing the establishment of the only private engineering college at Talcher.
Among others, the meeting was addressed by Atul Ku Sahu, Principal, Orissa School of Engineering, Bichhand Pradhan, freedom fighter, LD Nayak, Principal, PMIT, …
8 comments October 3rd, 2007
Following are some excerpts from a Statesman article by Jitu Mishra.
Orissa … has now become the most favoured destination for global investors attracting the likes of POSCO, Arcelor Mittal, Sterlite, Vedanta, Tata’s etc.
Backed by its abundant mineral resources it has already signed over 60 MoUs in steel, aluminum, power and other sectors ensuing an investment to the tune of Rs 4 lakh crores.
As stated recently by Industry secretary Mr. Ashok Dalwai, various project proposals including those of POSCO and Arcelor Mittal are at different stages of implementation and the government is hopeful that within the next 8-10 years, these plants would be commissioned.
The problem, however, is the non-availability of enough manpower with the specific skills which will be heavily required by these industries which are both technology and labour intensive, observe educationists and industrial circles here.
Despite some initiatives the state by and large seems completely un-prepared for meeting the demand for the manpower that will be required as these projects roll out.
The question is, how the state, which ranks 2nd in the country in terms of unemployment growth rate (as per NSSO report ’07) and home to around 10 lakh unemployed people, would cope up with the situation.
A glimpse at the projected employment opportunities to be created by of some of these mega projects reflects the huge gap.
According to a Social Cost Benefit Analysis of the proposed 12 MTPA integrated Greenfield Steel Project of POSCO-India, prepared by the National Council of Applied Economic Research (NCAER), the project would create 18,000 direct employment opportunities in iron & steel production sector while simultaneously generating 15,000 employments in iron ore mining sector over a period of 30 years.
The report also says that if all these direct & indirect employment opportunities of the project including the ones that will be generated as linkage effect in the manufacturing, trade, construction, agro-based businesses such as farming, animal husbandry etc., hospitality & services sectors are taken into account the employment effect of the project will be 8.7 lakh person-years over the period of 30 yrs.
Arcelor Mittal which also proposes to set up a steel plant of similar capacity though has assigned MN Dastur & Co. for preparation of the comprehensive study report, the preliminary estimates say that the project would create 20,000 direct and indirect employment opportunities.
Apart from these two companies, there are several others in the fray and some of them have even started initial or trial production.
If we go by the simple ratio of production output and employment generation put up by NCAER; the crude steel sector would generate 0.692 person-years of employment per Rs 1 lakh of output while iron ore sector would create 0.354 person-years for the same output.
More over, realization of all these projects will stimulate other industries in the state, as a Linkage Effect, which will impact job creation in related sectors.
The ancillary and downstream industries and infrastructure development sector also promise a lot many employment opportunities and scope for entrepreneurship for the unemployed in the state.
Opportunities of such huge number of employment are to benefit both the technical as well as the non-technical workforce, in the state, which is presently characterized by abundant manpower but plagued by the problems of unemployment, underemployment and migration of labour.
Human resource development experts feel that the government should develop an action plan with the help of companies and technical institutions to groom the manpower so that maximum number of talents from Orissa get employment by the time the projects start operating.
As said by Infosys BPO Chairman Mr. Mohandas Pai during his recent visit, Orissa should first put efforts to build a pool of skilled professionals in the state if it wishes to capitalize on the employment opportunities.
The government decision to open a branch of Central Tool Room & Training Centre at Kalinga Nagar Industrial Complex, in Jajpur District, POSCO-India’s Human Resource Development Training Centre on 7 acres of land and the Tata Steel’s Technical Training Center at Gopalpur are some noticeable efforts in enhancing the employability of the local people.
But, more & more companies need to be encouraged to set up technical institutes such as ITIs & ITCs to prepare manpower as the annual turn out out of such skilled workforce in the state is 21,912 from out of 24 Govt. & 152 private ITIs & ITCs in the state (As per Govt. of Orissa data for the year 2004-05).
But the fact is that many of them, around two-third pass outs even lack of technical skills, practical exposure as well as domain knowledge and fail to meet the industry standards, as pointed out by a leading automobile manufacturer.
The need of the hour is to improve on the standard of the present technical education in the state and strengthening the industry-institution linkage. Maximum advantage needs to be taken from the Biju Pattnauk National Steel Institute (BPNSI), set up by Ministry of Steel at Puri. Sensing the huge requirement of technical manpower and the urgent need of reviving the technical education, initiatives need to be started immediately to set right the technical education scenario in the state.
3 comments August 29th, 2007
Add comment July 23rd, 2007
Following is a list of institutions with non-traditional programs that I compiled earlier. They are categorized as follows: Arts and Crafts, Design, Teachers training, Diploma in Engineering, ITIs, Film and TV, Homeopathy and Ayurveda, Hotel management, Journalism, Law, Library Science, Performance arts, Physical Education, Sanskrit and Social work.