Past, present and future plans of Utkal University; Engineering college from next year

Following is from Samaja.

Following is from Sambada.

Add comment November 28th, 2011

Utkal University at the National Level: an article in Dharitri by Prof. Santosh Tripathy

Following are some of the highlights mentioned in the above article.

  • Utkal University’s rank increased from 44 to 21 in the latest India Today ranking.
  • The Economics, Philosophy and Anthropology departments have received the Center for Advanced Studies designation for its research.
  • The Psychology department has had the Center for Advanced Studies designation for the last 25 years. This is a first with respect to any state university in India.
  • English and Odia programs are specially funded by UGC.
  • With the help of UGC, the programs of Tourism management, Journalism and Yoga under the departments of Ancient history of Utkal, General administration and Sanskrit, respectively, have created their independent identity.
  • All the Science departments of the university get independent funding from Department of Science & Technology of the Central government.
  • The Physics, Chemistry, Botany, Zoology and Geology departments have UGC funding and are part of the FIST program.
  • It has been announced that the Biotechnology department will get full support from the Department of Biotechnology of the central government for the next two years.

Add comment November 27th, 2011

Existing Universities and institutions wanting to become universties in Odisha; Sri Sri Ravishankar to visit Odisha regarding Sri Sri University

The 30.5 lakh sq feet is equivalent to 2,83,355.4066 sq meters and is equivalent to 70.0158 acres. As a comparison:

Add comment November 20th, 2011

Utkal University ranks at 21 in the 2011 India Today University rankings

This ranking seems to be mainly based on perception and seems to me that the comparative assessment for Utkal University is a fair one and matches with my perception of the success achieved by Utkal University graduates.

1 comment September 21st, 2011

Numbers related to Matric, Plus 2 and degree

Updates on July 19 2011:


Article started on June 25 2011:

Following are some numbers related to how many students pass Matric exam, the number of seats and colleges available at the plus 2 level, and the number of seats and colleges available at the degree level. (We don’t have all the numbers yet. So this is a work in progress.) Several of these numbers are from http://dheorissa.in/.

  • Number of students that passed matric (Class X) in 2011
  • Number of seats at the Plus 2 level available through junior colleges: 3,05,356
    • Number of regular junior colleges:
    • Number of self-financed junior colleges:
  • Number of seats at the Plus 2 level available through schools that have +2:
  • Number of students that appeared and number that passed +2
    • Odisha board
      • Science: 707 colleges; 56,280 appeared; 41,359 passed; 12,773 in first class; 15,566 in second class and 12,016 in third class
      • Arts: 1062 colleges; 159,866 appeared; 109,230 passed; 11,183 in first class; 34,446 in second class; and 60,826 in third class
      • Commerce: 311 colleges; 22,670 appeared; 15,553 passed; 3577 in first class; 3961 in second class; 7817 in third class
      • Vocational: 186 colleges; 7247 appeared; 4976 passed; 1609 in first class; 2400 in second class; 682 in third class
    • CBSE: 6900 appeared  with 82% pass percentage (Science; Arts; Commerce break-up is unknown)
    • ICSE: Science; Arts; Commerce
    • Total: Science; Arts; Commerce
  • Number of seats available at +3 BA/BSc/BCom: 57,312
    • Number of students submitting  completed forms against these seats: 74,968
    • Number of students initiating applying on-line (some did not submit): 91,786
  • Number of seats available at B.Tech/B.Arch:
  • Number of seats available at B.Pharm:
  • Number of seats available at MBBS:
  • Number of seats available at BBA
  • Number of seats available at 5 yrs Law programs:

 

Add comment July 19th, 2011

Admission situation in Utkal and Sambalpur

Following is an excerpt from Shilpi Sampad’s report in Telegraph.

A university official said the sale of forms have soared this time as compared to previous years. Around 6,100 forms have already been sold at the two counters as against 7,000 last year. “We are expecting 2,000 more forms to come in. There has been an increase in sale of forms probably because more students are now opting for traditional and regular subjects,” the official said …

Following is an excerpt from a report in Times of India.

While there is just one applicant for statistics, which has 16 seats, there are very few aspirants for anthropology, food technology, bioinformatics electronics and home science.

Tripathy said there are very few colleges offering statistics at the graduation level. Hence, very few students want to pursue post-graduation in statistics. On the other hand, there are 66 applicants for 16 seats in MA or MSc mathematics.

The home science department this year has just four applicants for 16 seats. "This may be because the course had a new nomenclature this year. It was earlier called MA/MSc in home science. From this year, the varsity has changed it to MA/MSc home science (nutrition and human development) ," Tripathy said.

The varsity has got a record 250 applications for MSc Physics which has 24 seats. Some of these students will be given option to take admission in MSc electronics which has received around 10 applications for 20 seats.

The Sambalpur University Institute of Information Technology, which offers the bioinformatics and electronic courses, said students who have applied for MSc life sciences but failed to secure a seat will get a chance to take admission in MSc bioinformatics.

… Besides physics, departments of chemistry, English, sociology and political science also have received huge number of applications.

The varsity has got over 230 applications for 24 chemistry seats and 88 applications for 24 English seats. The varsity has got around 1800 applications this year for various PG courses compared to 1500 applications last session, varsity officials said.

3 comments June 29th, 2011

Courses offered by Utkal University

The following is from http://www.telegraphindia.com/1110611/jsp/orissa/story_14097481.jsp.

Add comment June 11th, 2011

Excerpts from TOI interview with the new Utkal University VC Dr. Prashant Kumar Sahu

The interview is at http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/bhubaneswar/Student-unrest-wont-occur-in-my-tenure-Prof-Sahu/articleshow/8171439.cms. Following are some excerpts.

Q-The University is often in the news for the wrong reasons like mismanagement, student unrest, etc. What is your plan to bring Utkal University back on track?

A-I want Utkal University to be a centre of excellence and lead centre in research and consultancy works both at the national and international-levels. I studied here. I also taught here. I have a vision. I will try my best in making positive contribution towards achieving the goal during my tenure.

Q-How?

A-Actually we have to develop inter-disciplinary teaching and research. There is a need to restructure the post-graduate programme. One person cannot do this. Hence, I stress upon team work. In other words, different departments ought to sit together, discuss what is being taught to students and their relevance and, if required, redesign them. The changing scenario also warrants the university to reorient its focus, to be collaborative with industries which will eventually benefit the students and the institution as well.

Q-Any specific plan?

A-Professional and job-oriented courses are the need of the time. I have plans to open such programmes like fashion technology, geo-informatics and environment science. I will discuss with my colleagues and explore possibilities of opening other relevant courses.

Q-But Utkal University already has a number of such courses. Don’t you think before going for new ones those already there need to be reviewed to find out the net benefits they are giving to the students?

A-Sure, I agree the course module has to be so designed that students taking admission must not feel they are wasting their time and that they become truly employable. We have a lot of self-financing courses. I will review the course curriculum through experts and go for changes wherever necessary.

Q-Any move for foreign tie-up?

A-That is very much there in my mind. I will explore the possibility of Utkal University undertaking research or launching new course programmes in collaboration with foreign universities. The university has to have linkages with industries. This will go a long way in helping students. I will try to set up some school of studies. For example, management, economics, commerce and personnel management and industrial relations (PMIR) could jointly become a school of studies for the purpose of research and other academic activities.

… I am also a product of the IIM-Ahmedabad. I know management. Utkal University requires a professional and qualified vice-chancellor. I fit the bill.

Q-A good library has always been the most attractive place for students. Do you believe the Parija Library meets expectations?

A-A library is the mirror of any educational institution. I have taken it as my priority to improve the quality of the library in the campus. I will try to equip it with latest technology so that students could use it round-the-clock. I have already had a word with the chief librarian. I have sought for a wish list, to be submitted to me soon. Accordingly, we will proceed.

Q-There are also allegations of financial irregularities against the university. What are you going to do with that?

A-I am a professor of finance. I will streamline it.

Q-What about modernizing the administrative apparatus?

A-That is going to happen. There will be an academic calendar, to be followed religiously. The examination system will be completely computerized. On the whole, there will be greater use of information technology in the functioning of the university. Times have changed. We have to tune ourselves so as not to fall behind.

Q-Just buildings or computers do not foster the right kind of academic atmosphere in a university. That is why many educational institutions in India and abroad give stress on creating greenery in their campuses. Utkal University campus pathetically looks desolate.

A-Yes, that is a point no one should forget. I am taking steps. There will be a change.

I will add my thoughts on this soon. Please add your thoughts in the comments section. Please be polite.


My thoughts:

  • I disagree with the statement that "Professional and job-oriented courses are the need of the time". It was a few years back. Now, with so many new universities and colleges opening up, there is plenty of job opportunity in academic settings.
  • Thus, Utkal University should focus on improving the quality of its programs, its faculty, its research and its graduates and focus on research and producing top-notch Ph.Ds who go into academia all over India.
  • With the easy availability of data and information on publications, citations and various benchmarks based on that, many future decisions at MHRD, UGC, DST, etc. will be based on those data. If Utkal University does not focus on those benchmarks it will lose out and as a result Odisha will lose out.
  • It should aim to have the best group in some small number of fields, say 3-4. In other words, in those fields, Utkal University should be the best in India and among the top in the world.

7 comments May 6th, 2011

A snapshot of Utkal University: departments, faculty and offerings

The following is compiled from various pages of http://www.utkal-university.org/.

 Departments Faculty Program offerings and seats
Analytical and Applied Economics.

Professors:

1) Dr. (Mrs.) P. Mishra             -     Mathematical Economics, Regional Economics & Environmental Economics

2) Dr. K. B. Das                      –     Regional Economics, Mathematical Economics

3) Dr. Bhabes Sen                  –     Quantitative Techniques, Econometrics, Mathematical Economics, Statistics

Reader

1) Dr. (Mrs.)Mitali Chinara            –     Mathematical Economics & Econometrics

Lecturer                               

1) Mrs. Aparajita Biswal           –     Econometrics, Mathematical Economics

2)Shri Alok Ranjan Behera      –     Financial Institution & Markets

3) Shri Amarendra Das            –     Environmental Economics, Natural Resource Management

M.A. –88, M.Phil – 10
Ancient Indian History, Culture and Archaeology

Professors

1) Dr. Sadasiba Pradhan       :     Ancient Indian History, Art History & Archaeology

 

Reader

Dr. Sanjay Acharya              –     Ancient Indian History, Art and Archaeology.

 

Lecturer

1. Mr. Anam Behera             –     Ancient Indian History, Culture & Archaeology.

2. Dr. Sushanta Ku. Patra     –   

M.A. –32, M.Phil –10
Anthropology

Professors

1. Dr. P. K. Nayak                        –     Social Anthropology, Development Anthropology

2. Dr. P. K. Das                            –     Physical Anthropology & Human Genetics

3. Dr. J. Dash                               –     Social Anthropology

4. Dr. K. K. Basa(On Lien)             –     Pre-historic Archaeology

     

Readers

1. Dr. (Mrs.) R. Mohanty                –     Population Studies, Biological Anthropology

2. Dr. (Mrs.) S. Acharya                –     Social Anthropology.

3. Dr. (Mrs.) U. Aparajita                –     Social Anthropology & Development  Anthropology.

 

Lecturer

1. Mr.D. Sahoo                             –     Pre-historic Archaeology. 

MA/MSc- 32,    MPhil –10
Biotechnology

Reader

Dr. Jagneshwar Dandapat  :  Cell & Molecular Biology, Immunology 

 M.Sc – 10
Botany

Professors

1.   Dr. H. K. Patra                        –    Environmental Science(Environmental Physiology)

2.   Dr. P. K. Chand                      –    Cytogenetics, Genetic Engineering.

3.   Dr. S. P. Adhikari (on lien)   –    Physiology, Biochemistry & Ecology of Cyanobacteria.

 

Readers

1.   Dr. (Mrs.) S. Sahoo                 –    Plant Physiology and Biochemistry

2.   Dr. P. K. Mohapatra (on lien)–    Ecotoxicology

3.   Dr. K.B. Satapathy                  -

Lecturer

1.   Dr. Chinmay Pradhan  

M.Sc. –32 M.Phil –10

SF – M.Env Sc. – 16

SF – M. Applied & Ind. Microbiology – 16

Business Administration

Professors
1. Dr. P. K. Sahoo,(Head of the Department) – Financial Management
2. Dr. P. K. Mohanty(On-Lien) –Human Resource Management
3. Dr. N. C. Kar – Financial Management
4. Dr. B. K. Mangaraj(On-Lien) – Information Resource Management
5. Dr. J. K. Panda – Financial Management

Readers
1. Er. P. C. Ratha – Operations Management
2. Dr. B. B. Mishra – Marketing Management & Organisational Behaviour

Sr. Lecturer
Dr. Muna Kalyani – Human Resource Management & Organisational Behaviour
Lecturers
Dr. B. R. Jena(on leave) – Business Economics
Dr. Dasarathi Sahu – Information Technology

SF – 5yr Integrated MBA – 60

SF – 3yr part-time MBA – 40

Center for Agri-Management

Professor

Prof. (Dr) Benudhar Bhuyan, Dr P K Sahoo, Dr N C Kar, Dr P K Mohanty, Dr B K Mangaraj, Dr J K Panda

Reader

Er P C Rath, Dr B B Mishra

Sr. Lecturer

Dr M Kalyani, Dr B Jena

Lecturer

Mr Sukant Kumar Samal, Mr Manoj Bal, Ms Anuradha Mishra, Dr D Sahu

MBA in Agribusiness
Chemistry

Professors

 

1.   Dr. S. Jena                                   –     Organic Chemistry

2.   Dr. P. Mohanty                             –     Inorganic Chemistry

3.   Dr. S. P. Rout                               –     Analytical Chemistry

4.   Dr. G. C. Pradhan                         –     Inorganic Chemistry

5.   Dr. P. K. Sahoo                            –     Organic / Polymer Chemistry

Readers

1.   Dr S.K. Badmali                           –     Physical  Chemistry

Senior Lecturer

1.   Dr. (Mrs.) Jasoda Kumari Behera–     Inorganic Chemistry

      Lecturer

1.   Mrs. B. Jena                                 –     Physical  Chemistry

 

M.Sc.-28, M.Phil-10
Commerce

Professors

Dr. S. Moharana                        -      Business Finance and Small Industries Development.

Dr. R. K. Bal                              –      Accounting, Corporate Financial Reporting and Banking

Dr. J. K. Parida                          –      Tax Law and Practice and Computer, Business Environment

Readers                                                        

Dr. P. K. Pradhan                      –      General Management and Organic Behaviour

Dr. P. K. Hota                            –      Operation Research and Business Statistics and Security Analysis & Portfolio Management

Dr. M. Sahu                 

              –      Marketing, Financial Services, Merchant Banking

Dr. K.B. Das                              –      Managerial Economics, Insurance

Lecturer

Dr. A. K. Swain                         –      Accounting, Finance & Insurance

Dr. S.K. Digal                             –      E-Commerce, International Finance and Financial Management and Entrepreneurship

Mr. R.K. Swain                          –      Accounting

 

M.Com – 48  M.Phil – 10

SF – M. Finance & Control. – 30+10

Computer Science and Applications

Professors

1.   Dr. A.K. Bisoi                          –      Computer Graphics & Fractal Modeling,  Software Engineering             

2.   Dr. (Mrs.) S. Mohanty               –      Image, Speech & Natural Language

                                                               Processing                              

Reader                                   

Dr. S. K. Pradhan(on lien)         –      Parallel Processing, Neural Computing

SG. Lecturers

Mr. B. K. Ratha                        –      Image Processing

Dr. P. K. Behera                       –      Mobile Computing

Sr. Lecturer

Dr. B. N. B. Ray                       –      IP Telephony

MCA – 30 

ME in CSE with Sp. in Knowledge Eng.- 15 

SF- 5 yr integrated MCA – 60

SF- 2 yr M.Tech in CS – 30

SF-2 yr M.Sc in Comp. Sc. – 30

The SF courses are jointly with Math and Stat. dept.

 

English

Professor

1.   Dr. H. S. Mohapatra                   –     Critical Theory, Fiction

2.   Dr. J. K. Nayak                          –     British Fiction Translation, Comparative   Literature

Sr. Lecturer

1.   Dr. D. Naik (On Lien)                  –     Fiction, Literary Theory

2.   Dr. A. J. Khan (On Lien)             –     Commonwealth Literature 

MA – 40 M.Phil – 10
Geography

Professors

1.  Dr. G. K. Panda             -   Geomorphology,Environmental Geography,  Remote Sensing and G.I.S.

2.  Dr. P. K. Kara                – Applied Geography, Urban and Regional Planning, Population Geography.

Readers

1.  Dr. K. M. Sethy             – Urban and Regional Planning, Economic Geography,  Remote Sensing and G.I.S.

2.  Dr. K. C. Rath                –    Urban and Regional Planning, Remote Sensing and G.I.S., Social Research Method.

3. Dr. D. Panda                 – Environmental Geography, Geomorphology,  Agriculture Geography, Medical Geography,  Remote Sensing and G.I.S.

Lecturer

Dr. Ranjana Bajpai        – Political Geography & Environmental Geography 

MA/MSc.-24 M.Phil-10.   RS & GIS-20

SF – PGDip in Remote Sensing & GIS – 20

Geology

Professors

1.   Dr. H.K. Sahoo,                   –  Hydro Geology, Economic Geology, Geo                                            chemistry, Environmental Geology

2.   Dr. P. Behera                      –  Coal Geology, Hydro Geology, Sedimentology,Environmental Geology

3.   Dr. (Mrs.) M. Das                 –  Igneous Petrology, Hydro Geology, Ore Geology, Environmental Geology

4.   Dr. P. P. Singh                    –  Ore Geology, Structural Geology

5.   Dr. R. N. Hota                      –  Sedimentology, Geo-statistics, Hydro-Geology

Readers

3.   Dr. D.S. Pattnaik                 –  Coal Geology, Hydro Geology

4.   Dr. B. K. Ratha                    –  Economic Geology, Engineering Geology, Geo-chemistry, Environmental Geology

Lecturer

1.   Dr. D. Beura                        – Economic Geology, Environmental Geology 

M.Sc.-25, M.Phil-8
History

Professors

1.   Dr. A.K. Pattnaik                       –  International Affairs,

                                                          Foreign History, Modern Indian History, Historiography.

Readers

1.   Dr. Amal Kumar Mishra             –  Modern Indian History, World History, Regional History.

2.   Dr. Basanta Kumar Mallik          –  Medieval Indian History, World History Regional History, Historiography.

3.   Dr. Jayanti Dora                        –  Ancient History 

M.A.-64, M.Phil-06
Law

Professors

1.   Dr. Pradip Kumar Sarkar                -     Commercial Law

2.   Dr. Prafulla Ch. Mishra                  –     Family Law(Personal Law)

3.   Dr. Prabir Kumar Pattnaik              –     Criminal Law, Commercial Law

Reader

1.   Dr. M.S. Dash                              –     Commercial Law

2.   Sri Durgesh Chandra Mahapatra     –     Criminal Law and Commercial Law 

LL.M – 25
Library and Information Science

Professor

1.   Dr. Manoranjan Mohapatra       :    Classification Information Storage & Retrieval

Readers

1.   Dr. (Mrs.) Puspanjali Jena        –     Foundation of Library & Information Science Research Methodology & Statistical Techniques, Internet & CD ROM Database Serchey.

2. Dr. K.C. Das                             –     Digital Library, Information Technology & Networking

Lecturer

1.   Sri Kunwar Singh                    –     Management of Library & Information Centre, Library Automation and Software package. 

M.Lib. & Inf.Sc. – 24
Mathematics

Professors

1.   Dr. S. Padhy                    –     Parallel Algorithm, Numerical Analysis and Fluid Dynamics, Computational Finance, Bio-informatics

2.Dr. B. K. Nayak                   –     Theory of Relativity, Differential Geometry

3.   Dr. J. Patel                       –     Complex Analysis

Readers

1.   Dr. (Mrs.) S. Dutta            –     Functional Analysis

2.   Dr.(Mrs.) N. Das               –     Analysis

MA/MSc -64   

M.Phil -10

SF- 5 yr integrated MCA – 60

SF- 2 yr M.Tech in CS – 30

SF-2 yr M.Sc in Comp. Sc. – 30

The SF courses are jointly with Comp. Sc. and Stat. depts.

Odia

Professors

1. Dr. (Mrs.) Sanghamitra Mishra  -Drama, Morden Literature

2. Dr. Bijaya Kumar Satapathy – Drama, Modern Literature

3. Dr. Sarat Chandra Rath       –  Religious Trends of Odia Literature, Mediaval Literature

4. Dr. Narayan Sahoo              –  Drama, Comparatvie Literature

5. Dr. Udayanath Sahoo          -

 

Reader

1. Dr. Santosh Ku.Tripathy      –  Modern Literature, Comparative Literature, Poetics, Grammar & Language,

2. Dr. (Mrs.) Lipi Hembram       –  Religious Trends of OdiaLiterature, Drama

3. Dr. Bishnupriya Otta            - 

M.A.-64, M.Phil-10
Personnel Management and Industrial Relations

Professors

1.   Dr. B.N. Mishra                    –     Organisational Behaviour, Industrial Sociology & Social Security

2.   Dr. S. K. Tripathy                 –     Human Resource Management, Organisational Behaviour.

Readers

1.   Dr. K. M. Sahoo                   –     Human Resource Management .

2.   Dr.(Mrs.) K. Mohanty            –     Man Power Planning

Lecturer

Ms. S. Murmu                     –     Industrial Relations 

MPMIR-32 M.Phil-8
Pharmaceutical Sciences   SF – B. Pharm (4 yrs) – 45 (Lateral entry allowed in 3rd semester)
Philosophy

Professors

1.   Dr. A. K. Mohanty                –     Philosophy of Language (Western and Indian), Analytical Philosophy, Political Philosophy, Philosophy of Value Philosophy of Religion, Indian Philosophy, Philosophy of Value, Analytical Philosophy

2.   Dr. Sarat Ch. Panigrahi         –     Indian Philosophy, Analytical Philosophy, Philosophy of Mind, Political Philosophy. Philosophy of Religion, Indian Philosophy, Analytical Philosophy.

3.   Dr. Ramesh Chandra Das     - Logic, Philosophy of Value, Analytical Philosophy, Philosophy of Mind

Lecturer

Mr. S. Jally                          -     Adaita Bedanta

Dr. Alakananda Parida          

M.A.-64, M.Phil-10
Physics

Professors

1.   Dr. N. C. Mishra                   –  Electronics & Condensed Matter Physics

2.   Dr. D. K. Basa                     –  Solid State Electronic Materials and Devices

3.  Dr. K. Maharana                  –  Particle Physics, Gravitation & Cosmology

4.   Dr. (Mrs.) S. Mahapatra        –  Particle Physics, Gravitation & Cosmology

Lecturer

Sri P.K. Samal                          –  Cosmology

 

M.Sc.-30, M.Phil-10
Political Science

Professors

1. Dr. B. Satapathy              –     International Politics, Political Thought, Modern   Political Analysis, Research Methodology

 2. Dr. N. Gaan                     –     International Politics

 Lecturer(S.G)

 Dr.(Smt.) Smita Nayak         –     State Politics in India, Political Process in Orissa, Public Administration.

 Lecturer

 1. Dr. A.K. Mohapatra          –     International Relations, Indian Govt. & Politics,

                                                      Comparative Politics

 2. Dr.(Mrs.) S. Mallik            –     International Politics, Political Theory

M.A.-64, M.Phil-10

SF – PGDip in Chinese studies – 16

SF – MA in Women’s studies – 20

SF – M in Dev. Journalism & Elect. Comm. – 20

Psychology 

Professors

1. Dr. P. K. Mishra               –     Organisational Industrial & Social Psychology.

2. Dr. S. K. Patra                 –     Comparative & Physiological Psychology

3. Dr. N. C. Pati                   -     Comparative & Educational Psychology

Readers

1. Dr. P. K. Ratha                –     Psychometric Assessment, Social and Personality.

2. Dr. (Mrs.) N. Patanaik       –     Educational  & Counseling Psychology

Sr. Lecturer

Mrs. N. Das                         –     Educational & Developmental Psychology 

M.A.-48, M.Phil-16

SF – PGDip in Early Childhood Ed – 16

Public Administration

Professor

Dr. (Mrs.) B. Mohanty              :     Local Administration & Development Administration 

M.A.-32, M.Phil-8
Sanskrit

Professors

      1. Dr. G. K. Dash                          –     Classical Literature, Vedic, Epic & Puranic Literature.

      2. Dr. P. K. Mishra                        -     Poetics. Literary Criticism & Vedic Studies

      3. Dr. R. N. Panda                        –     Classical Literature & Sanskrit Literature of Orissa

      4. Dr. R. M. Dash                          –     Grammar & Linguistics

      Readers

      1.Dr. (Mrs.) P. M. Rath (On Lien)    –     Vedic and Classical Sanskrit Literature.

      Lecturer (S.G.)

      Dr. S. C. Dash                              –     Indian Philosophy

M.A.-64, M.Phil-10

SF – PG Dip. Yoga Education – 16

Sociology

Professors

1. Dr. (Mrs.) Rita Ray              -     Indian Social System, Gender Studies

2. Dr. Anup Kumar Dash          –     Studies in Voluntary Sector

3. Dr. D.N. Jena                      –     Rural Development

4. Dr. B.G. Baboo(On leave)     –     Studies in Rehabilitation

Reader

Dr. M.G. Bage                        –     Tribal Sociology

Lecturers (Selection Grade)

1. Mr. B.K. Behera (On lien)     –     Medical Sociology

Sr. Lecturer

Mr. R. Garada                         –     Development induced displacement and Rehabilitation & Resettlement 

M.A.-48, M.Phil-8

SF – M. Rural Dev. – 32

SF – PGDip in Rural Dev. – 32

Statistics

Professors

1. Dr. G. Mishra                   –     Sample Survey Theory and Methods, Bio-Statistics

2. Dr. L. N. Sahoo                –     Sample Survey Theory & Methods, Econometrics.

Readers

1. Dr. P. K. Tripathy             –     Operations Research, Demography.

2. Dr. K.B. Panda                –     Survey Sampling

Lecturer

Dr. R.K. Sahoo                    –     Survey Sampling 

MA/MSc -32

M.Phil-6 

SF- 5 yr integrated MCA – 60

SF- 2 yr M.Tech in CS – 30

SF-2 yr M.Sc in Comp. Sc. – 30

The SF courses are jointly with Comp. Sc. and Math.

Zoology

Professors

1. Dr. S.  Das                      –     Endocrinology, Neuroendocrinology of Birds

2. Dr. A.K. Patra                  –     Environmental Studies on water, air, and land systems, wild life conservation and Fisheries & Aquaculture.

3.  Dr. P.K. Mohanty            –     Cytogenetics and Silk Worm Ecology 

Reader

Dr.(Mrs.) P.K. Mohapatra      –     Developmental Biology, Developmental Studies in amphibia, Regeneration in animals. 

M.Sc. – 32,  M. Phil. – 10

SF – M.Sc in Fisheries & Aquaculture – 12

The self finance courses (marked by SF above) that are offered and links to them are as follows:

SL. No. COURSES Schools /Departments
01 5 Yr. Integrated Master in Computer Science & Application School of Math.-Stat-Computer Science.
02 M. Tech. in Computer Science School of Math.-Stat-Computer Science.
03 P.G. Course in Environmental Science School of Life Science (Department of Botany)
04 P.G. Course in Applied & Industrial Micro Bio. School of Life Science (Department of Botany)
05 Master of Rural Development Department of Sociology
06 P.G Diploma in Yoga Education School of Languages
07 Master in Finance & Control Department of Commerce
08 5Yr.Integrated Course in M.B.A. Dept. of Business Administration
09 Bachelor Degree in Pharmacy University Department of Pharmaceutical Science
10 Master in Pharmacy University Department of Pharmaceutical Science
11 Lateral entry into B.Pharma(3rd. semester) University Department of Pharmaceutical Science
12 P.G. Diploma in Early Childhood Education Department of Psychology
13 P.G. Diploma in Chinese Studies Department of Political Science
14 M.A. in Women Studies School of Women Studies (Political  Science)
15 P.G. Diploma in Remote Sensing and GIS Department of Geography
16 P.G. Diploma in Rural Development Department of Sociology
17 M.A. in Development Journalism & Electronic And Communication  Post-Graduate Council (Political Science).
18 M.Sc. in Computer Science Dept. of Computer Sc.& Application
19 3  Year Part Time M.B.A. Dept. of Business Administration
20 M.Sc. in Fisheries and Aquaculture School of Life Science (Zoology)
 

The total number of faculty listed below is around 155 (without double counting faculty that are listed both in the Business Administration department and the Center for Agribusiness.) In February 2008, Utkal had a faculty of 169. In March 2008, it was mentioned in Samaja that in Utkal University only 187 out of 340 faculty positions were filled. I wonder if Utkal still has 340 positions or if the government reduced or increased that number.

Add comment April 17th, 2011

Utkal University to receive 9 crore PURSE grant from DST

Following is an excerpt from a report in Telegraph.

The ministry of science and technology, under its promotion of university research and scientific excellence (Purse) programme, has selected the Utkal University for an incentive of Rs 9 crore for research and development as grant.

“The department started the Purse programme in 2009. Based on studies carried out by the National Institute of Science, Technology and Development Studies (NISTADS), New Delhi, the department will support 29 universities for the research and development grant under the Purse programme. The grant will be spread over three years,” said in-charge of research and development, Utkal University, S Jena.

“This is supposed to be the single biggest grant that the university has received in its history.

… In 2009, the grant was provided to 14 universities, based on their publications as per the Scopus international database for 1996-2006,” Jena said.

“Similar studies were being carried out by the NISTADS in the current year using the Scopus database on publications output for 1998-2008,” reads a letter from the ministry.

Based on the study, the department of science and technology will support 29 more universities for the research and development incentive grant under the Purse programme, it reads.

This is great news. I hope this provides a big boost to Science programs at Utkal University. We found a bit more about the PURSE grants from the site http://203.200.89.92/dst/scientific-programme/inspire/ser-inspire-speech.htm. Following are some excerpts from that site.

With a view to promote scientific research in our universities, the Ministry of Science and Technology has proposed a special scheme named Promotion of University Research and Scientific Excellence (PURSE). I am very happy to have launched this new scheme, which provides an incentive grant to performing universities based on scientific publications in Science Citation Indexed Journals. I sincerely hope that many more universities would enroll into scientific research and become qualified for such recognitions and incentive grants.

I am pleased and delighted that recent data shows that publications in Science Citation Journals of the world from India have been registering an annual growth of about 10% during the last few years. A total of 14 universities are among the 35 high productivity S&T institutions of the country whose contributions figure significantly in such publications during the last ten years.

For a country with our vast underlying scientific potential, these should be seen as rather modest gains. We should think big and act purposefully towards more ambitious goals.

Unlike other major scientific nations, India has a young population. If we can get our act together, this favourable demographic profile can be exploited enormously to make India a key knowledge supplier in the global economy in the next few decades.

Add comment December 14th, 2010

Utkal University and CIPET to start a collaborative 5 yr Material science program

Following is an excerpt from a report in Telegraph.

Utkal University and the Central Institute of Plastic Engineering and Technology (Cipet) are all set to launch a collaborative course in material science engineering.

Billed as the only one of its kind in the country, the five-year integrated MSc technology course in material science engineering will be open for plus II science students.

“An all-India entrance test will be conducted by the Cipet corporate at Chennai. Twenty-five selected candidates will be taught by faculty members from the department of chemistry of Utkal University and Cipet, Bhubaneswar,” said S. Jena, the in-charge of research and development department of Utkal University.

… The new course will have everything, from faculty exchanges, joint tie-ups in inter-research programmes and collaborative funding to development of high-performance polymer blends and alloys in the future.

“Most importantly, the station will also help other science students of the university to explore various courses. The involvement of Cipet with the state’s oldest university will also help its students inculcate various entrepreneurship skills so that they can also start their own units if they want to,” he said.

I wonder if this is the first 5 yr intergated program in a science subject under Utkal university.

5 comments December 8th, 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

Mathematics faculty in institutes and universities in the Bhubaneswar area

Earlier we reported on the shortage of Math Ph.D’s in India. Slowly the Bhubaneswar area is emerging as a center for Mathematics starting from mentoring at the high school level (at IMA) to pursuing Ph.D at NISER, IIT, Utkal and Ravenshaw. There is also a good chance that one of the proposed 10 science magnet high schools will be established in this area. (The top Math center in India is Chennai which has IIT Madras, Institute of Mathematical Sciences and Chennai Mathematical Institute.) Below we list Math faculty (mostly with Ph.Ds) in institutes and universities in the Bhubaneswar area.

NISER Bhubaneswar   IIT Bhubaneswar IMA Bhubaneswar
Varadharajan Muruganandam, Associate Professor, Ph.D IIT Kanpur
1 Sabyasachi Pani, Assistant Professor, Ph.D IIT Kharagpur Swadhinananda Pattanayak, Ph.D, Director and Professor
Binod Kumar Sahoo, Assistant Professor, Ph.D ISI
2 Akshay Kumar Ojha, Assistant Professor, Ph.D Utkal
Mahendra Nath Mishra, Ph.D, Professor in Statistics
Brundaban Sahu, Assistant Professor, Ph.D Harish-Chandra Research Institute
3 Abhijit Datta Banik, Assistant Professor, Ph.D IIT Kharagpur
Shishir Kumar Sahoo, Ph.D, Registrar and Reader
Deepak K. Dalai, Assistant Professor, Ph.D ISI
4 Tarakanth Nayak, Assistant Professor, Ph.D IIT Guwahati
Seshadev Pradhan, Lecturer, Ph.D IIT Kharagpur
Kamal Lochan Patra, Assistant Professor, Ph.D IIT Kanpur
5   Sasmita Barik, Lecturer, Ph.D IIT Guwahati
Sanjay Parui, Asssitant Professor, Ph.D ISI
6   Jugal Mohapatra, Lecturer, Ph.D IIT Guwahati
Narahari Parhi, Ph.D, Visiting Professor
7   G. Das, Ph.D, Guest Faculty, formerly from Utkal University
P. C. Das, Ph.D, Visiting Professor, Formerly at IIT Kanpur
8   J. Sarangi, Ph.D, Guest Faculty
  9   A. N. Mohapatra ??, Ph.D Sambalpur
  10   Sraban Mohanty ??, Ph.D IIT Guwahati
Utkal University, Mathematics Dept.   Utkal University, Statistics Dept. Ravenshaw University, Mathematics and Statistics Departments
Salila Dutta, Ph.D, Reader & HOD 1 G. Mishra, Ph.D, Professor & HOD Swapan kumar Ghosh, Ph.D.  Reader
S. Padhy, Ph.D, Professor 2 L. N. Sahoo, Ph.D, Professor Nityananda Senapati, Ph.D. Reader
B. K. Nayak, Ph.D, Professor 3 P. K. Tripathy, Ph.D, Reader Rajani Ballav Dash, Ph.D. Reader
J. Patel, Ph.D, Professor 4 K. B. Panda, Ph.D, Reader Hadibandhu Pattanayak, Ph.D. Reader
Mrs. N. Das, Ph.D, Reader 5 R. K. Sahoo, Ph.D, Lecturer Mrs. Minakshi Dash, M.Sc. Reader
  6   Mrs. Minati Samal, M.Sc. Reader
  7   Sarat Ch. Senapati, M.Phil. Sr. Lecturer, Statistics
  8   Mrs. Swarnalata Mishra, M.Phil, Sr. Lecturer, Statistics
Others   Others Others
Rupaj K Nayak, Ph.D Utkal, Senior Lecturer at IIIT, Bhubaneswar 1 S. P. Mohanty, Ph.D. Utkal, HOD at CET Bhubaneswar.  

Related pointers from the past:

Add comment August 4th, 2010

Heavy demand for M.Com at Utkal University; most graduates get placed before finishing

Following is an excerpt from a report in Telegraph.

The varsity has received 802 applications for 48 seats in commerce, implying that as many as 16 aspirants are vying for each seat.

… In the last academic session, the department had received 580 applications. The choice of course has got its own reasons. One of the most important and visible reasons has been the on-campus placement. Students are offered jobs even before they appear for their final examination.

Employers in the banking, insurance and other financial sectors are quite keen to take students, said senior officials in the department. …

… “We restructure the syllabus every three years, keeping up with the latest trends and demands in the market. “In fact, many of those who wish to pursue a course in cost accountancy and chartered accountancy can be seen attending commerce classes for they are significantly similar,” said A.K. Swain, a lecturer in the department.

An M.Com course currently includes in its syllabus, management concepts and practices, marketing managements, corporate financial accounting, financial management, accounting for decision making, statistical analysis, business environment, insurance management, organisation behaviour, and computer application in business.

It also includes managerial economics, corporate tax planning, entrepreneurship development, e-commerce, advance accounting, services marketing, advertising and sales management, financial institutions, markets and international accounting, strategic management, economic analysis of decision-making, and corporate legal framework.

2 comments July 20th, 2010

Four months part-time course for graduates possibly leading to a job in ICICI

1 comment May 17th, 2009

Colleges in Khurda, Nayagarh and Puri districts

Following is from http://www.utkal-university.org/utkal%20university/Academic/colleges.htm.

KHURDA DISTRICT

  

1

2

3

4

5

01.

B.J.B.College, Bhubaneswar, Autonomous College

1957-58

1999-2000

+3 Arts, Sc.

Comm, PG..

Govt.

02.

Begunia College, Begunia

1979-80

+3 Arts

Sc.

Pvt.

03.

Balugan College, Balugan

1982-83

+3 Arts

Pvt.

04.

B.P.College of Science & Education, Bhubaneswar

1991-92

+3 Arts, Sc.

Comm.

Pvt.

05.

D.R.Nayapali College, Nayapalli, Bhubaneswar

1989-90

+3 Arts, Sc.

Comm.

Pvt.

06.

Ekarma College, BBSR

1979-80

+3 Arts, Sc.

Comm.

Pvt.

07.

Godavarish Mahavidyalaya, Banpur

1963-64

+3 Arts

Sc.

Pvt.

08.

Haldia College, Haldia

1989-90

+3 Arts,

Comm.

Pvt.

09.

Jatani College, Jatani

1978-79

+3 Arts,

Pvt.

10.

K.B.D.A.V. College, Nirakarpur

1959-60

+3 Arts, Sc.

Comm.

Pvt.

11.

K.B.College, Baranga

1979-80

+3 Arts, Sc.

Comm.

Pvt.

12.

K.N. Womens’ College, Bhubaneswar (W)

1979-80

+3 Arts, Sc.

 

Pvt.

13.

Maharishi College of Natural Law, BBSR

1982-83

+3 Arts, Sc.

Comm.

Pvt.

14.

Maharshi Womens’ College (W), BBSR

1993-94

+3 Arts,

Pvt.

15.

Nachuni College, Nachuni

1983-84

+3 Arts

Sc.

Pvt.

16.

Prananath College, Khurda

Autonomous

1959-60

2006-07

+3 Arts, Sc.

Comm.

Pvt.

17.

P.S.College, Balakati

1983-84

+3 Arts, .

 

Pvt.

18.

Paramananda College, Bolagarh

1982-83

+3 Arts, Sc.

 

Pvt.

19.

KPAN College, Bankoi

1991-92

+3 Arts, Sc.

Pvt.

20.

R.D.Womens’ College, Bhubaneswar (W), Auto

1964-65

1999-2000

+3 Arts, Sc.

Com.&PG

Govt.

21.

Rajdhani College, BBSR

1973-74

+3 Arts,

Govt.

22.

Ramamani Mahavidyalaya, Kantabad, Khurda

1982-83

+3 Arts,

Pvt.

23.

Raghunath College, Deuli

1991-92

+3 Arts,

Pvt.

24.

Ramchandi Mahavidyalaya, Gadamantri

1982-83

+3 Arts,

Pvt.

25.

S.A.Mahavidyalaya, Balipatna

1980-81

+3 Arts, Sc.

 

Pvt.

26.

Satyasahi College for Womens’(W), BBSR

1980-81

+3 Arts,

Pvt.

27.

Sri Jayadev College of Education & Tech., Naharkanta

1982-83

+3 Arts

Sc. Comm.

Pvt.

28.

Sri Jagannath College, Kaipadar

1989-90

+3 Arts,

Pvt.

29.

Womens’College, Khurda(W)

1982-83

+3 Arts,

Pvt.

30.

City Womens’ College, Siripur (W), BBSR

1994-95

+3 Arts,

Pvt.

31.

RMD. College of Science & Education, Patia, BBSR

1994-95

+3 Arts,

Pvt.

32.

D.C.C. College, Tangi

1994-95

+3 Arts,

Pvt.

33.

S.H.Mahavidyalaya, Madanpur

1995-96

+3 Arts,

Pvt.

34

Janata College, Kuhuri, Khurda

1994-95

+3 Arts

 

Pvt.

35

Kalinga College of Commerce,Rupali Squar, BBSR,Khurda

2005-06

+3 Arts,

Pvt.

36

Trident Academy of Creative Tech.(TACT),F2/B1, Chandaka Indu.Estate, BBSR

2000-01

B.Sc.(Hon.

Bio-tech,

M.Sc.Bio-

Tech.M.Sc.

Bio-Infor.

Pvt.

37

Silicon Valley Computer Edu.,A-81,Sahid Nagar,BBSR

2000-01

BCA,BBA

Pvt.

38

Capital Computer College,

961(A), Forest Park,BBSR

2000-01

BCA,

BBA

Pvt.

39

Mind Mart, C-43, Market Building, Sahid Nagar

2000-01

BCA

Pvt.

40

Academy of Management & Infor.Tech.(AMIT), 205, Bapujee Nagar, BBSR

2000-01

BCA, BBA,

MJMC,

B.Sc.(Hon), 

BioTech.,

M.Sc.

Bio-Tech,

Bio-Inf.

Pvt.

41

Bhubaneswar College of Computer Sci & Tech., N-279, BBSR

2000-01

BCA,

PGDCA

Pvt.

42

Regional College of Engineering & Management

Plot No.18,Sec-A, Zone-8, Mancheswar Indu.Est., BBSR

2000-01

BCA

Pvt.

43

College of Business Management, Mukund Prasad, Khurda

2000-01

BCA

Pvt.

44

Ganesh Insti. of Engineering & Tech., 561-562, Ekamra Vihar, Khurda

2001-02

BCA

Pvt.

45

Orissa College of Eng. & Management 12-Sahidnagar,

Bhubaneswar

2001-02

BCA,BBA

Pvt.

46

NIIS Insti. of Infor. Science, Plot No.171, Sec.A, Zone-8, Mancheswar Indu.Estate, BBSR

2001-02

BCA, BBA,

MSW,

NATA

Pvt.

47

Nehru Inst. Of  Infor.Sci. &

Tech., Plot No.126, Mancheswar Indu. Estate, BBSR

2002-03

BCA

Pvt.

48

National Institute of Social Work & Social Sci, BBSR

1983-84

BASW

NASW

Pvt.

49

Centre for Dev. Edu.& Communication, C.S.Pur, BBSR

1996-97

M.A Soc.

Comm.

Pvt.

50

Pandit Nilakantha College of Lib. & Infor.Sc. Near T.V.Centre, Post-RRL, BBSR

1981-82

B.Lib.&

Inf.

Science

Pvt.

51

Institute of Media Studio, OCHC Complex, Unit-3, Kharvel Nagar, BBSR

1999-2000

MJMC,

MPA,

MASW,

PGDRD

Pvt.

52

Institute of Health Sc. N-2/41 , IRC Village, Nayapalli, BBSR,Khurda.

2001-02

BASLI,

PBPT

Pvt.

53

Indira Gandhi Memorial  Aurvedicm,Medical  College and Hospital, Pokhiput, BBSR,Khurda.

1990-91

BAMS

Pvt.

54

Dr. A.C Homeopathic Medical College and Hospital, Unit-III,BBSR, Khurda

1977-78

BHMS PG

GOVT.

55

MITS School of Bio. Technology, Plot No.P-2,Patia Infocity, Chandaka Industrial Estate BBSR, Khurda

2003-04

B.Sc.,

Hons

Bio .Tech.

M.Sc.

Bio. Tech.

Pvt.

56

NaliniDevi Women’s College of Edn.,(W) Unit-3 BBSR,Khurda

1980-81

B.Ed.M.Ed

Govt.

57

Regional Institute of Education , Bhubaneswar

1963-64

B.A.,B.Ed.

B.Sc.,B.Ed

M.Ed.

Govt

58

Govt. College of Physical Education ,kalinga Stadium BBSR,Khurda

1980-81

BPEd.

MPEd

Govt

59

English Language of Teaching Intitute, Orissa Plot No.2/8/,2/9, Maitri Vihar C.S Pur Bhubaneswar,Khurda

1997-98

PGDTE

(P.G.

Dip.in

Teac.Eng.)

Govt

60

Vivekananda Institute of Social work and Social Science,(VISWASS),237,

Bapujinagar,Bhubaneswar,,Khurda

2004-05

MASW

MFC

BSW

B.Sc.

Pvt.

61

Nabakrishna Choudhury, Centre for development Studies, BBSR, Khurda

1999-2K

M.Phil.

(Eco.)

Govt

62

Regional College of Management C S  Pur ,BBSR,Khurda

1997-98

MATA

Pvt.

63

Nilachal Inst, of Medical Science,(NIMS) Behin Ram Mandir, Unit -3 BBSR khurda

2004-05

BPT B.Sc.

(Hons)

Bio Tech.

M.Sc.

BioTech

BSc. 

Nursing

Pvt.

64

Rayal School of Management andTech Mancheswar Ind, Estate, BBSR

2005-06

B.Sc.

Hons)

Bio Tech.

MSc.

Bio Tech

M.Sc.

Bio.Inf.

Pvt.

65

Gandhi Dental College, Badaraghunathpur, Madanpur, BBSR

2005-06

BDS

Pvt.

66

Hi-Tech Medical College &  Hospital, Pandara, BBSR

2005-06

MBBS

Pvt.

67

Regional College of Bio-Engg. & Management, Kesora, BBSR

2005-06

B.Sc. Hons, Biotech, BBA, BCA

Pvt.

68

Arya School of Management & Infor. Rech. 301(A), Kharvel Nagar,

2005-06

MJMC

MFC

Pvt.

69

Institute of Mathematics Application, Suryakiran Building, Sahidnagar, BBSR

2006-07

B.Sc.(Hons)

Math. With

Computing

MA/M.Sc. Comp.

Finance

Govt.

70

Biju Patnaik Computer Academy BBSR

2005-06

MJMC

Pvt.

71

Lord Jagannath Mission College of Nursing, Plot No. 228/237, Sect-A, Zone-B, Mancheswar 2nd Estate, BBSR

2004-05

B.Sc. Nursing

Pvt.

72

Regional College of Higher Studies, Palasuni, BBSR

2006-07

MA, PMIR

Pvt.

73

Sarat Paikaray Mayavidyalaya, Aragul, Khurda

2006-07

+3 Arts

Pvt.

74

Inst. Of Manage & Adv. Global Excellence, (IMAGE), Plot.302, Image Campus, Rasulgarh, BBSR

2006-07

BCA, BBA, B.Sc. (BT), M.Sc. (BT)

Pvt.

75

Chakradhar Institute of Rehabilitation Sciences, F-10, BJB Nagar, BBSR

2005-06

BPT

Pvt.

76

Banamalipur Degree College, Banamalipur,

2006-07

+3 Arts

Pvt.

77

Bauri Bandhu Mahavidyalaya, Chhatabar

2006-07

+3 Arts

Pvt.

78

Jayadev Centre for Biosciences, Plot.125, C.S.Pur, BBSR

2006-07

B.Sc(BT)

Pvt.

79

Manjari Devi College of Nursing, Rasulgarh, BBSR

2005-06

B.Sc. Nursing

Pvt.

80

Kabi Prasanna Patsani Anchalik Degree Mahavidyalaya, Malipada

2007-08

+3 Arts

Pvt.

81

Biju Patnaik Institute of Information Tech. & Mang. Studies, BBSR

2007-08

BCA

BBA

Pvt.

82

ASBM Institute of BBA, Siksha Vihar, Bhola, Chandaka, BBSR

2007-08

BBA

Pvt.

83

Pentagon Computer Academy, SamantaVihar, Nalco Chhack, BBSR

2007-08

BCA

Pvt.

84

D.A.V. School of Business Management, Unit-8, BBSR

2007-08

BBA

Pvt.

85

Satyananda Institute of  Management & Information Tech., C.S.Pur, BBSR

2007-08

BCA

Pvt.

 

NAYAGARH DISTRICT

 

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

1

B.S.College, Dasapalla

1979-80

+3 Arts,

Pvt.

Rural

Permanent

2

B.D.A. Degree College, Tikiripada,

1993-94

+3 Arts,

Pvt.

Rural

Permanent

3

Bansidhar Mahavidyalaya, Itamati

1992-93

+3 Arts,

Pvt.

Rural

Temporary

4

Nayagarh College, Nayagarh

1961-62

2006-07

+3 Arts,

Pvt.

Urban

Permanent

5

Dr.R.C.Samantaray Inst. Of  Sci. & Tech, Gania

1992-93

+3 Arts,

Pvt.

Rural

Temporary

6

Neelamadhab Mahavidyalaya, Kantilo

1980-81

+3 Arts,

Pvt.

Rural

Permanent

7

Prajamandal Mahila Mahavidyalaya (W)

1982-83

+3 Arts,

Pvt.

Urban

Temporary

8

P.S.College, Khandapada

1982-83

+3 Arts,

Pvt.

Urban

Permanent

9

Pindikesh Anchalik College, Baulasahi

1992-93

+3 Arts,

Pvt.

Rural

Permanent

10

B.S. College, Odagaon

1980-81

+3 Arts,

Pvt.

Rural

Permanent

11

Rajasunakhala College, Bhaktavihar, Rajasunakhala

1979-80

+3 Arts,

Pvt.

Rural

Permanent

12

Ranpur College, Ranpur, Nayagarh

1979-80

+3 Arts,

Pvt.

Rural

Temporary

13

Sarankul College, Sarankul

1979-80

+3 Arts,

Pvt.

Rural

Permanent

14

Sri Sri Raghunath Jew Mahavidyalaya, Odagaon

1991-92

+3 Arts,

Pvt.

Rural

Permanent

15

Dadhibaman Jew +3 Mahavidyalaya, Bahadajhola

1994-95

+3 Arts,

Pvt.

Rural

Temporary

16

Womens’ College, Khandapara(W)

1994-95

+3 Arts,

Pvt.

Urban

Temporary

17

Saheed Raghu Dibakar College, Garhbanikilo

2001-02

+3 Arts,

Pvt.

Rural

Temporary

18

Sukra Behera +3 Degree College, Kendudhipi

2001-02

+3 Arts,

Pvt.

Rural

Temporary

19

Gatiswar +3 College, Malisahi

2001-02

+3 Arts,

Pvt.

Rural

Temporary

20

Millenium Academy of Higher Education

2001-02

BCA

Pvt.

Urban

Temporary

 

PURI DISTRICT

 

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

1

A.D.Mahavidyalaya, Brahamgiri

1981-82

+3 Arts,

Pvt.

Rural

Permanent

2

Balanga College, Balanga

1989-90

+3 Arts,

Sc.Comm.

Pvt.

Rural

Permanent

3

Dayavihar College, Kanas

1990-91

+3 Arts,

Sc.

Pvt.

Rural

Temporary

4

Govt. Womens’ College (W), Puri

1961-62

+3 Arts,

Govt.

Urban

Permanent

5

Gadibrahma College, Delanga

1992-93

+3 Arts,

Pvt.

Rural

Permanent

6

Gop College, Gop, Puri

1981-82

+3 Arts,

Pvt.

Rural

Permanent

7

HDV Sc. College, Panasapada

1990-91

+3 Arts,

Pvt.

Rural

Temporary

8

Konark Bhagabati Mahavidyalaya, Konark

1982-83

+3 Arts,

Pvt.

Urban

Temporary

9

Kanas College, Kanas

1990-91

+3 Arts,

Sc.

Pvt.

Rural

Permanent

10

Mangala Mahavidyalaya, Kakatpur

1981-82

+3 Arts, Sc.,Comm.

Pvt.

Rural

Permanent

11

M.G.College of Edu. &Tech., Astaranga

1990-91

+3 Arts,

Pvt.

Rural

Permanent

12

Nimapara College, Nimapara

1963-64

+3 Arts, Sc.,Comm.

Pvt.

Urban

Permanent

13

Nigamananda Mahila Mahavidyalaya (W), Charichhak, Puri

1989-90

+3 Arts,

Pvt.

Rural

Temporary

14

Netrananda Sahu Womens’ College (W), Kakatpur

1992-93

+3 Arts,

Pvt.

Rural

Temporary

15

Pipili College, Pipili

1981-82

+3 Arts, Sc.

Pvt.

Rural

Permanent

16

Ratnapur Science Degree College, Ratnapur

1991-92

+3 Arts,

Pvt.

Rural

Temporary

17

S.C.S.College, Puri (Autonomous)

1944-45

1992-2000

+3 Arts, Sc.,Comm. PG.

Govt.

Urban

Permanent

18

Surajmal Saha College, Puri

1980-81

+3 Arts,

Pvt.

Rural

Temporary

19

UGS Mahavidyalaya, Sakhigopal,

1977-78

+3 Arts, Sc.,Comm

Pvt.

Rural

Permanent

20

Sastri Smruti Mahavidyalaya, Balipatna

1994-95

+3 Arts,

Pvt.

Rural

Temporary

21

I.G.Womens’ College, Nimapara (W)

1998-99

+3 Arts,

Pvt.

Urban

Temporary

22

Panchayat College of Education & Tech., Satapada

1997-98

+3 Arts,

Pvt.

Rural

Temporary

23

Gopinath Dev Degree College, Pratappurusotampur

1999-2000

+3 Arts,

Pvt.

Rural

Temporary

24

Konark Womens’ College (W), Sarada, Konark

1999-2000

+3 Arts,

Pvt.

Rural

Temporary

25

Kalyanpur College, Kalyanpur

1999-2000

+3 Arts,

Pvt.

Rural

Temporary

26

M.G.Memorial College of Edu. & Tech., Pubasasan, Kausalyaganga

1999-2000

+3 Arts,

Pvt.

Rural

Temporary

27

Chaudamauza Bidyul Mahavidyalaya, Chaudamauza

1999-2000

+3 Arts,

Pvt.

Rural

Temporary

28

Astaranga College, Astaranga

2000-2001

+3 Arts,

Pvt.

Rural

Temporary

29

Brahmeswar Mahavidyalaya , Dharmakirty, puri

2000-2001

+3 Arts,

Pvt.

Rural

Temporary

30

R.D.Chilika Mahavidyalaya, Chilika, Nuapada,

1990-91

+3 Arts,

Pvt.

Rural

Permanent

31

Kandakhai College of Science & Arts Kandakhai, Brajakote

2006-07

+3 Arts,

Pvt.

Rural

Temporary

32

Mangala Institute of Tech., Astarang

2001-02

BCA

Pvt.

Rural

Temporary

33

Gopabandhu Ayurvedic Mahavidyalaya,

1974-75

BA, M.S, PG

Govt.

Urban

Permanent

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