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Brief Profile

Date of establishment of the college 1st July1947
Campus area in acres 25 acres
Built-in area in sq mts. / sq fts 1,12,154 sq ft(Excluding Hostels and Quarters)
Category/Type of the College Government College -Autonomous; Affiliated to Berhampur University
Year of UGC recognition 1954
Year of Up gradation First Grade College from 1961
Date of conferment of Autonomous status 16-07-2004
NAAC Accreditation B++
Principal Smt.C.Savitri, Reader in Physics
Contacts Numbers 06854-251395/ 9439474366
E-mail address
Number of Programs offered 08
Number of subjects taught 18
Number of self-funded Programs offered 03
Number of working days in the last academic year 240
Number of teaching days in the last academic year 180
Status of the college Multi-Faculty institution
Graduate courses (B.A.) Arts, (B.Sc.) Science, (B.Com) Commerce
Post-Graduate cours M.A. (History, Economics, Political Science) M.Sc. (Chemistry),M.Com (Accountancy)
Teaching Posts

Non-Teaching Posts
Sanctioned strength Existing strength
55 16
75 40

Mission / Vision

  • To establish itself as a premier A-Grade Institute of Higher Learning of the State in general and of this remote and tribal dominated region in particular by engaging itself in the service of a large population of Schedule Castes and Tribes.
  • To provide quality education through academic, cultural and physical activities and prepare the youth as responsible citizens for effective participation in diverse spheres of a rapidly changing society.
  • To develop a curriculum specific to the needs of the local society and to preserve and protect the traditional values and cultural heritage of this area.
  • To make quality education available at a very low and affordable cost.
  • To excel in research activities and curricular development so as to make this institution highly sought after by students, researchers and academicians alike. The college aims at conducting research on social, cultural and ethnic milieu of the tribal communities of the locality which are at the verge of extinction due to the onslaught of urban culture.