A. Academic Matters: +3 Admission

1. SAMS (Students' Academic Management System):

Admission Rules:

Admission into +3 classes are done under the Student Academic Management System (SAMS). SAMS has two components i.e. e-Admission & e-Administration.


e-Admission aims to use Information Technology to process applications for admission which would reduce time & improve efficiency for the college functionaries who have been doing it manually. It would also make the admission process economical, efficient, hassle free & transparent for the students and their parents. The students/parents have to travel to only one of the colleges under e-Admission process to be able to get admission to any stream of any college of their choices.


1. e-Administration aims to use the database of e-Admission in various academic & administrative activities like issue of identity card, collection of fees, section allocation, issue of admit cards, tabulation of internal examination marks, submission of return of matriculates, preparation of long roll, etc. It will follow e-Admission in pilot phase colleges. In other colleges, students database will have to be created to make e-Administration possible.

2. An applicant has to log in to the site and take a printout of the filled application form (both college copy and applicants copy). The college copy is to be submitted along with requisite option fees in any SAMS resource centre, with the Xerox copies of Certificate and mark sheet within the specified date.

3. In no circumstances applications on plain paper or Xerox for admission will be accepted.

4. The names of the selected candidates will be notified on the notice board and also be available in the destination college. Selected candidates are called for admission on particular dates. Failure to turn up on the date or to produce the required documents in original shall amount to forfeiture of the seat. Extension of date of admission shall not ordinarily be allowed.

5. All admissions are provisional. The Principal reserves the right to revoke any admission, if necessary. The decision of the Principal regarding admission shall be binding and final.

P.G. Admission:

Admission to the P.G classes in Oriya, Pol. Science, Economics, Physics, and Zoology of the college will be done through SAMS. Students willing to study different PG subjects have to write the State Level Common PG Entrance Test (CPET) held for the purpose by the Higher Education Department. Only candidates selected for admission into our college by SAMS take admission here.


As per order No. 1041/HE dt. 14.01.08 of Dept. of Higher Education, Govt. of Odisha, strict action will be taken against the students indulging in ragging.


a. A candidate for examination/promotion has to attend 75% of the lectures in general and practical classes, taken separately, held during the year. Principal of the college may condone shortage in attendance to the extent of 15% on application with medical certificate.

b. Attendance shall be counted from the date of commencement of classes in the subjects. The students may seek change of their optional subjects within two weeks from the last date of admission. The attendance of such students shall be counted for classes in the changed subjects from the date of such change.

c. Practical Classes:
Students are placed in different groups for the conduct of practical classes. As soon as the practical groups are formed, a student must find out to which group he/she has been assigned. If he/she does not find his/her name in any of the groups assigned for the practical classes, he/she should bring this to the notice of the Principal immediately.

d. Proctorial Classes:
Proctorial system has been introduced for developing personal relationship between students and teachers and for timely guidance and advice in academic and other matters. Under the system a batch of students is assigned to a Proctor to whom the students meet at a place and on the date previously fixed and put forth their difficulties. All applications for free studentship, financial aid, borrowing books from the Book Bank or the Text Book library, examinations etc. should come through the proctor with his recommendations.


i. Conduct Certificates/ C.L.C.:

Application for Conduct Certificates/ College Leaving Certificate or any other certificate should be submitted three days before the date on which the certificates are wanted by the applicant. No Dues Certificate in the prescribed form from different sections in the college should accompany the application for C.L.C. However, in exceptional cases, a duplicate C.L.C. may be issued on production of the evidence, through an affidavit, by the applicant to the effect that the original is lost and not used for admission elsewhere.

ii. Identity Card:

Every student shall be provided with photo identity card duly attested by the Principal. The holder of the card must keep it with him/her during the college hours, examinations and all college functions. The holder is required to produce the card whenever demanded. The college shall not be responsible for any misuse of the card. A duplicate card can be issued on satisfactory explanation for the loss or damage on payment of the prescribed fee.

iii. Uniform Dress Code:

As per Govt. letter No. 31762 / Dt. 27.09.05 Uniform Dress Code has been implemented for students of all classes from 21.12.05.

  • For +3 Classes
    • Trousers-Coffee
    • Shirt- Light Orange
  • For PG classes
    • Trousers- Black
    • Shirt - Maroon check on white


  1. Students should take their seats before the teacher enters the class room and should not leave the class during the lecture.
  2. Students should not make any noise inside the class rooms or on the college veranda while classes are being held. Students found disturbing the classes in any manner shall be liable to disciplinary action.
  3. Students must maintain silence near the Staff Common Room, Principal's Office and College Office. They are prohibited from entering the Staff Common Room and Principal's Office without permission.
  4. Students should stand in a queue while depositing their fees/ applications/ documents at the specified counter and should not enter the College Office.
  5. Tampering with the electrical or other installations of the college shall be viewed as serious offence.
  6. Scribbling, pasting placards/posters/ other papers or otherwise disfiguring college walls, black, boards, furniture etc. are strictly prohibited.
  7. Spitting on the walls, pillars and doors of the college and smoking inside the college campus are treated as offence.
  8. Bicycles should be padlocked and kept in the cycle shed. Parking of cycles and vehicles on the college corridors is strictly forbidden.
  9. When a college team goes out of town, students accompanying it must obtain written permission from the Principal. In case of a boarder, prior permission from the Hostel Superintendent should be obtained.
  10. Students must not hold any function inside the college campus without the permission of Principal. No private club or society can be formed in the college.
  11. Students, even if they privately subscribe to different ideologies / affiliations, cannot associate the college with the same in any manner.
  12. No outsider should be invited to deliver lectures in college premises without the prior permission of the Principal. All invitations for such lectures should be made by the Principal.
  13. Students should not resort to any act of violence by way of protest against any difficulty faced by them. Such difficulty or grievance should first be brought to the notice of the Proctor concerned or Professor-in-charge and through him/her to the Principal, if necessary.
  14. Misbehaviour by students during games/sports/any other function shall be seriously dealt with. Disobedience or misbehaviour by a student with any member of the staff of the college at any time will make him/her liable to expulsion from the college.
  15. Students found eve-teasing will be expelled from the college. Students indulging in ragging will be expelled from the College.


  1. The CBCS (Choice Based Credit System) of examination has been introduced for UG/PG from the session 2013-14.
  2. The PG course is of four semesters duration. Each semester examination shall consist of a Mid-semester examination (theory 1 hour duration, practical 3 hours duration for departments having practical) and End semester examination (theory 3 hours, practical 6 hours wherever applicable). Mid semester and End semester examinations shall have the weightage of 30% and 70% respectively.
  3. The Mid semester examination for each paper shall be conducted and valued by the teacher/teachers or any external faculty teaching that paper in the department. A student who fails to appear in a Mid-semester examination, will be allowed to take the same examination with the next batch of students only ONCE. There will be NO provision to reappear in a Mid-semester examination for improvement.
  4. A candidate failing in any End semester examination will be allowed to appear at the End semester examination of that semester conducted for the next batch and shall be allowed to continue in the next higher semester. However, the candidate has to pass and/or improve (subject to clause 5) all the four End semester examinations within four academic years from the year of admission into the first semester.
  5. A candidate who has passed a semester examination may repeat for improvement only once in one more papers of that semester examination.
  6. For passing a semester examination a candidate must secure 30% marks in each theory paper (i.e. 21 out of 70 in the End Semester) and 40% marks in each practical paper.

Grading System in each paper (Mid (+) End semester examination) in a semester:

Grade Mark Secured Points
O 100-90 10
A+ 89-80 9
A 79-70 8
B 69-60 7
C 59-50 6
D 49-40 5
E 39-30 4
F Below 30 0
N.B.: In order to pass in a paper, the candidate has to fulfil the following terms and conditions.
  1. Must have written the Mid-Term Examination.
  2. Must secure 30% in the End-Semester Examination.
  3. Must secure 40% in practicals
  1. A student has to secure 30% in each paper to pass



1.1. Higher Secondary / +2 / Senior Secondary or any other equivalent examination passed from any Board / Council established by the Govt. of India or any State Govt. or any other equivalent examination recognized by Central Board of Secondary Education, Council of Higher Secondary Education, Govt. of Odisha / Dept of Higher Education / Dept. of Industry or any other Dept of Govt. of Odisha or Utkal University. Those joining B.Sc. Programme must have passed the above examination under the faculty of Science / Technology / Engineering / Pharmacy etc. There shall be no such restriction for joining BA/ stream.
1.2. Students are selected for admission through SAMS, controlled by the Department of Higher Education, Govt. Of Odisha.


2.1. The three year degree course leading to Bachelor's Degree in Arts / Science / Commerce shall be spread over a period of three academic years i.e. six semesters. A candidate for Bachelor's Degree in Arts / Science / Commerce shall be required to pass the six semester examinations.
2.2. Odd semester usually covers the period from July to December (i.e 1st, 3rd & 5th semester). The examination shall be held normally in the month of November-December.
2.3. Even semester is from January to June (i.e. 2nd, 4th & 6th semester). The examination shall be held normally in the month of May - June. However the Final Semester shall be conducted in April and result shall be published by end of May.
2.4. A student would be required to complete the course within six academic years from the date of admission.

3. Compulsory Registration for 1st Semester

* Registration for 1st semester is compulsory. A candidate admitted to +3 courses but not registered for 1st semester examination, his/her admission will be automatically cancelled.

* 75% attendance is a requirement for being eligible to appear at Examination. Up to 15% waiver may be granted by the College Principal at discretion on Health Ground or participation in sports, cultural activities, NCC and NSS activities etc.

* A Student may clear backlog papers within 6 years. Improvement if any has to be completed within 4 years.


Subject without practical:

Mid Term Test Term End Semester Total
20 80 100

Subject with practical:

Mid Term Test Term End Semester Total
15 60 (Theory) + 25 (Practical) 100

5. Grading System

Grade Mark Secured Points
O 100-90 10
A+ 89-80 9
A 79-70 8
B 69-60 7
C 59-50 6
D 49-40 5
E 39-30 4
F Below 30 0
* The candidate obtaining Grade-F is considered failed and will be required to clear the back paper(s) in the subsequent examinations within the stipulated time.
* The candidate securing 'B' Grade and above in Core/Honours papers in aggregate will be awarded Honours.

B.Com (Hons.) CBCS

The candidate securing 'B+' Grade and above in aggregate in first appearance will be awarded Honours with Distinction/ Distinction (for pass/regular course.)
Any candidate filling the forms for appearing in back papers/ improvement shall not be awarded Distinction.

A student's level of competence shall be categorized by a GRADE POINT AVERAGE to be specified as:
SGPA- Semester Grade Point Average
CGPA - Cumulative Grade Point Average

(a) POINT - Integer equivalent of each letter grade
(b) CREDIT-Integer signifying the relative emphasis of individual course item(s) in a semester as indicated by the Course structure and syllabus.

CREDIT POINT - (b) X (a) for each course item

for a Semester.
= (CREDIT INDEX of all previous Semesters up to the 6th Semester)/(Σ CREDIT)


6.1 A student has to clear back papers (i.e., in the paper/papers one has failed) by appearing at subsequent semester examinations within six years from the date of admission.
6.2 A student may appear improvement (repeat) in any number of papers in the immediate subsequent examination. The higher marks shall be retained.
6.3 Improvement has to be completed with 4-Yrs from the date of admission.


B.A./ B. Sc./ B.Com HONOURS (CBCS)

Semester - I

Sl No. Subject Marks Credit
1 AECC: Environmental Science 100 04
2 Core-1 (Hons) 100 06
3 Core-2 (Hons) 100 06
4 Generic Elective 100 06
5 Ethics and Values 25 01
Total 425 23

Semester - II

Sl No. Subject Marks Credit
1 AECC: Odia/English 100 04
2 Core-3 (Hons) 100 06
3 Core-4 (Hons) 100 06
4 Generic Elective 100 06
5 Ethics and Values 25 01
Total 425 23

Semester - III

Sl No. Subject Marks Credit
1 SECC: Communicative English 100 04
2 Core-5 (Hons) 100 06
3 Core-6 (Hons) 100 06
4 Core-7 (Hons) 100 06
5 Generic Elective 100 06
6 Ethics and Values 25 01
Total 525 29

Semester - IV

Sl No. Subject Marks Credit
1 SECC: Quantitative & Logical Thinking 100 04
2 Core-8 (Hons) 100 06
3 Core-9 (Hons) 100 06
4 Core-10 (Hons) 100 06
5 Generic Elective 100 06
6 Ethics and Values 25 01
Total 525 29

Semester - V

Sl No. Subject Marks Credit
1 Core-11 (Hons) 100 06
2 Core-12 (Hons) 100 06
3 Discipline Specific Elective(DSE)-1 100 06
4 Discipline Specific Elective(DSE)-2 100 06
5 Ethics and Values 25 01
Total 425 25

Semester - VI

Sl No. Subject Marks Credit
1 Core-13 (Hons) 100 06
2 Core-14 (Hons) 100 06
3 Discipline Specific Elective(DSE)-3 100 06
4 Discipline Specific Elective(DSE)-4/Project 100 06
5 Ethics and Values 25 01
Total 425 25
Total Marks (All Semesters) 2750 154 Credits


i) B.Sc. Computer Science (Honours) 60 Seats

  1. The Course fee of Rs. 10,000/- is to be collected per year from each student at the time of admission.
  2. Selection will be made through SAMS.
  3. Students desiring to discontinue in the middle of the Course will have to forfeit the amount already deposited in the College and in addition, will have to deposit the course fees and all other fees for the same year if he/she takes college leaving certificate on or after 1st June of that year. If a candidate takes C.L.C. on or before 31st May, he/she will have to pay only Rs.3/- towards C.L.C fees only.


The result of the three years B.A./B.Sc./B.Com. Degree Examination and the Classes to be awarded shall be determined on the basis of the combined result of all six semesters taken together. Each Successful candidate at the Final Examination of the 3 years Degree Course shall receive a diploma in the prescribed form signed by the Vice-Chancellor of Utkal University.




  1. The Library shall remain open during the college hours on all working days of the college.
  2. The last period of every working day is set apart for the office work of the library and during that period no books are issued or return of books entertained.
  3. Arrangement may be made for keeping the library open during long vacations.
  4. A college teacher can borrow ten books at a time. He/she has to return the books to the library within 30 days from the date of issue (on the next working day if the due date falls on a holiday). For each day of delay he/she will be liable to pay a fine of Rs.10/- per book.
  5. Non-teaching employees can borrow three books at a time. They have to return the books within 15 days from the date of issue.
  6. Books borrowed within one week of the commencement of the summer vacation are to be returned by the person concerned within one week of the re-opening of the college after summer vacation.
  7. Books issued to a particular person can be re-issued only for two successive occasions during a particular academic session, provided that the book is not in demand by others. Books before the re-issue, should be presented to the Library for necessary entry in the register
  8. In case the Library book issued is lost by the person concerned, the recovery shall be made at the rate of 10 times the cost or price of the book.
  9. No book should be taken out of the library without the knowledge of the Librarian and until it has been properly entered in the Loan Register and the entry attested by the borrower.
  10. Members of the staff, during their class works, may however borrow books from the library for immediate reference on presentation of slips duly signed by them: Such books are to be returned before the last period of the day.
  11. Each borrower must examine the condition of the book or books before they are issued. Otherwise, in case of mutilation discovered later, the presumption will be against the borrower.
  12. Books should be returned to the library within the period allowed before to a borrower, failing which further issue shall be stopped.
  13. When the date of return of a book falls on an authorized holiday, it should be returned to the Library on the day the college reopens after the holiday.
  14. All books in possession of a borrower should be returned to the Library, on or before the date notified for the purpose, if the college closes for a long vacation.
  15. Whoever might have Library books in his possession should return them to the Library whenever he receives a requisition from the Librarian.
  16. Books taken out of the Library must be returned to the Librarian and to nobody else:
  17. No marginal or other notes or marking shall be made on the Library books, nor shall any pictures or pages removed or torn or otherwise disfigured. In extreme cases, the borrower shall be asked to replace the books damaged by him/her.
  18. A borrower, against whom any overdue or other charges are outstanding, shall not be allowed to borrow books from the Library.
  19. If any borrower keeps books in his/her possession beyond the time allowed for the purpose, no more books will be issued to him/her until the books concerned are returned to the library. In extreme cases the privilege of using the Library may be denied to such a person.
  20. All those who may happen to be inside the library or in its neighbourhood are expected to observe strict silence. The Librarian has orders to see that the rule of silence is strictly observed.
  21. The Library premises should not be used for any purpose other than reading or consulting books and periodicals.
  22. Books, diaries, bags and such other articles not connected with the library shall be kept at a place meant for them and not carried into Library.
  23. Cases of incivility either on the part of intending borrowers or on the part of the library staff or any unauthorized person who might happen to be inside the library should at once be reported to the Principal.
  24. None but members of the teaching staff may go beyond the library counter. Persons who get special permission of the Principal may work inside the library.
  25. Books of reference, text books, and current issues of periodicals and Courses of Studies shall not be issued for use at home without the special permission of the Principal. As long as the next issue of a periodical is not received, it is to be treated as the current issue. Not more than 5 journals at a time should be issued to a member of the teaching staff and not more than two to the class Ill employees of the college. The members of the teaching staff may keep journals for 7 days only and others for 5 days.
  26. Any books damaged or defaced by a borrower must be replaced by him. If the book is one of a set or series and the single volume cannot be obtained the whole the set must be replaced at the reader's cost:
  27. In case where the price of the lost book cannot be ascertained the borrower has to pay an amount fixed by the Principal.



  1. Students cannot enter the library room without the permission of the Librarian. They have to do all transactions at the Library counter only.
  2. Library cards will be issued to the students on production of their identity cards. Library books should be returned within 20 days from the date of issue. P.G. students can borrow 4 books each, 2nd and 3rd year Hons. students 2 books & others 1 book.
  3. All the books should be returned within the period allowed failing which a late fine of Re. 1.00 (one) for delay for 10 days or fraction thereof per book would be levied.
  4. All requisition slips must be submitted to the Librarian before 3.P.M. on the day before the day of issue.
  5. Text books may not be issued to students.
  6. Ordinarily no book will be re-issued.
  7. Journals should not be taken home. They should be returned to the Librarian before the last period of the day, if they are issued. If a student fails to return the journal the same day a fine Re. 1.00 per day per journal or book as the case may be will be imposed on him till he returns it.
  8. It is a serious offence for a borrower to borrow in another's name. The Librarian can go only by the actual name in the library card. Students are, therefore, advised to take great care of their library cards and to report to the librarian immediately if their cards are lost. A new card will be issued on payment of Re. 1/- only.



  1. The college provides accommodation for 400 students in three men's hostel and two women's hostels. The Principal appoints a Superintendent to administer a hostel on his behalf.
  2. Students seeking admission to the college hostel shall have to apply for it when they submit application for admission to the college. No student shall be admitted to the hostel until he/she is admitted to the college. A certificate of good conduct from the head of the institution last attended should be attached to the application for admission to a hostel. Selection for hostel admission is made at the beginning of each session on the basis of merit.
  3. Students of First & Second year Degree and. P.G. First Year classes should apply to the Principal at the end of the session (before the college closes for the summer) if they wish to retain their seats. This application shall not constitute a right but shall be duly considered, and if rejected, those concerned shall be informed before the beginning of the next session. Claims of fresh applicants may not be given priority over those who have already been in the hostel. However the result of the examination, conduct of the applicant, both in the college and the hostel will always be taken into account.
  4. On admission, a boarder is required to pay seat rent from June and has to pay all the dues, viz., seat rent, water charges, common room charges and establishment charges for the session.
  5. Application for withdrawal from hostel should be made by the guardians. No boarder shall be permitted to leave hostel without permission of the Superintendent who shall ascertain that all hostel dues have been paid by the boarder before he leaves the college.


  1. Students living in Hostel shall be considered to be under the direct control of the college authorities not only during college hours but at all times during the session.
  2. The Hostel is closed during the Puja Holidays & Summer Vacation. Boarders wishing to stay in the hostel during the vacation must obtain special permission from the Principal for it. The Superintendent shall fix the time for the daily activities of the boarders like rising from bed, study hour, dining and retiring to bed.
  3. The Superintendent shall fix the time for the daily activities of the boarders like rising from bed, study hour, dining and retiring to bed.
  4. No boarder shall in any way interrupt others in their studies.
  5. No boarder shall be absent from the hostel during or after the night roll call (10 P.M.) without the prior permission of the Superintendent.
  6. LONG Leave or permission for absence from the hostel must in all cases be obtained in advance from the Superintendent. If a boarder overstays his leave, a written request should be made to the Superintendent by his/her parents or natural guardian.
  7. Boarders must, in all cases, obtain permission of the Principal before joining or taking part in any meeting or association outside the college.
  8. Only selected news papers approved by the Superintendent should be placed in the Hostel Common Room. Rules for the common room should be framed by the Superintendent. The Superintendent has the power of censoring any undesirable reading material brought to the Hostel. The introduction of objectionable reading materials in the hostel will be regarded as a breach of discipline.
  9. Boarders are responsible for the maintenance of the furniture supplied to them and are to bear the cost of repair if any damage is caused.
  10. Absence from the hostel without leave, continuous negligence of study, making the rooms dirty, spitting in the rooms and verandah, disfiguring of the walls, doors and windows of the building, tampering with or damaging hostel property will be treated as offence. Heavy penalty will be imposed or cost of the damage will be recovered from the boarder and action deemed fit will be taken by the Superintendent.
  11. Holding of any meeting in the hostel without the approval of the Superintendent, hunger strike for any purpose will be treated as an offence and the boarder will be punished.
  12. The use of intoxicants and tobacco in the hostel will be seriously viewed and if a boarder is found under the influence of alcoholic drinks or intoxicants, stringent action as deemed fit will be taken.
  13. Use of electrical appliance is not permitted in the hostel. A fine of Rs. 100/- (Rupees one hundred only) will be imposed on the boarder, if found using such appliances.
  14. Tuition fees and other college dues of boarders will not be accepted unless a certificate of clearance of all hostel dues is produced. The caution money will not be utilized during the period of the boarder's residence towards realization of his fees and fines. It may be utilized in full or part payment towards breakage when he/she leaves the hostel.
  15. It is mandatory for the boarder to take his meals in the hostel mess. Under no circumstances, a boarder will be allowed to take meals outside the hostel.
  16. When a boarder falls sick, the food to be provided to him/her will be prepared in the mess and if necessary may be brought from outside according to the instruction of the Hostel Medical Officer. If the cost of such diet exceeds the cost of an ordinary meal, the extra cost will be realised from the boarder concerned.
  17. The Hostel mess is managed by a manager and students' representatives under the supervision of the Assistant Superintendent. The students' representatives will be chosen by the boarders every month. A permanent mess committee consisting of one boarder representative from each year will look after the mess affairs. All decisions regarding mess affairs are subject to approval of the Superintendent.
  18. All outstanding mess dues shall be cleared by the tenth of the next month, failing which a fine of Rs. 5/- (Rupees Five only) per day shall be realized. He/She shall cease to be a boarder and his/her meal stopped from the 16th day of the month, if the mess charges including the fines are not paid.
  19. Ordinarily 50 (Fifty) compulsory meals will be charged to a boarder in a calendar month. A fine Re. 1/- (Rupee One only) will be collected towards each stopped meal. The following relaxation may be given to a boarder under the following situations.
  20. If a boarder is absent from the Hostel for more than 15 (fifteen) days with the permission of the Superintendent, he will be charged Rs. 100/- (Rupees one hundred only) towards mess establishment in addition to the charge for the number of meals consumed in the month and fine for stopped meals.
  21. Boarders appearing at +3 2nd Year, +3 3rd Year and PG second year Exam will be charged Rs. 60/- (Rupees Sixty only) if they leave the Hostel for preparation at home with prior permission of the Superintendent. An advance payment of Rs. 60/- (Rupees Sixty only) per month up to the month of April of the same session will be realised.
  22. The Executive Committee of the Hostel shall consist of not more than seven boarders elected by the boarders in a meeting & approved by the Superintendent. The Superintendent shall be the ex-officio President of the committee and the Assistant Superintendent shall be the ex-officio Vice-President. The objective of the committee is the promotion of social life of the boarders and in particular to provide and maintain common room facilities, to maintain the hostel library, to provide indoor games, to organise annual competitions in general knowledge and games etc. and to assist the Asst. Superintendent in the supervision of the mess.
  23. The Common Room fund shall be spent for purchasing news papers, periodicals, library books, indoor games articles, musical instruments, organizing competitions and ceremonies.
  24. The hostel Medical Officer visits the hostel periodically. The boarders should get themselves medically examined.
  25. Boarders are not permitted to take any direct action against cooks or servants of the hostel. All complaints should be brought to the notice of the Superintendent,
  26. Boarders may be removed from the hostel on the report of the Superintendent for misconduct.
  27. The hostel shall have one prefect for each wing appointed by the Superintendent. The prefect will assist the Superintendent in maintaining discipline in the hostel.
  28. Guardians or relatives of the boarders may visit the hostel with due notice to Superintendent. Friends of boarders may be permitted to visit them during visiting hours, not during any other hour. The father or legal guardian of boarder may be permitted to stay in the hostel for one night only provided his/her visit has reference to the interest or welfare of the boarder.
  29. A boarder may be expelled from the hostel for breach of any of the hostel rules.



  1. NATIONAL SCHOLARSHIP: Awards on the basis of merit at the Annual H.S.C. Examination. The amount of scholarship for a day scholar is Rs. 60/- per month and Rs. 100/- per month for boarders of Hostel. It is sponsored by the Government of India and administered by the Director of Higher Education, Odisha. The scholarship is renewable every year subject to good progress. The amount for Degree students is Rs. 90/- and Rs. 120/- per month for day scholars and boarders, respectively. It is Rs. 120/- per month for P.G. students. Application forms for Degree and P.G. students are available in the College Office.
  2. NATIONAL LOAN SCHOLARSHIP: Application can be made in the form available in the college by the students of Higher Secondary and Degree classes if they have secured not less than 50% marks in aggregate in the last final examination and if their parents' annual income is not more than Rs. 6,000/-. The amount of the scholarship is Rs. 50/- per month for day scholars and Rs. 60/- per month for boarders. This scholarship is renewable every year till the completion of the course subject to satisfactory progress and good conduct of the student.
  3. NATIONAL SCHOLARSHIP FOR CHILDREN OF PRIMARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHERS: Awards to those securing 60% marks in the Annual H.S.C. Examination at the rate of Rs. 50/- per month and Rs. 75/- per month to day scholars and boarders of the H.S. classes respectively. For Degree students the corresponding amount is Rs. 75/- and Rs. 110/-. The awarded must meet the requisite academic standard. Applications shall have to be submitted to the D.H.E. through the college. The scholarship is sponsored by the Government of India.
  4. POST-MATRIC SCHOLARSHIP FOR SC/ST ONLY: As per a central Government scheme the Tribal & Rural welfare Department of the Government of Odisha awards a scholarship through the District Welfare Officer to SC/ST students only for pursuing post metric studies.
  5. JUNIOR COLLEGE MERIT, SCHOLARSHIP: Based on the result of the H.S.C examination students of the Higher Secondary classes are judged for the award of this scholarship at rate of Rs 40/- per month for two years. Application forms to be submitted to the D.H.E. are available in the college.
  6. SENIOR COLLEGE MERIT SCHOLARSHIP: Considered on the merit of a student at the Higher Secondary Examination this scholarship is awarded to the Degree students for three years at the rate of Rs. 50/- per month. The DHE, after receiving applications through the college, shall award this scholarship. POST GRADUATE MERIT SCHOLARSHIP: On the basis of result of the Degree Examination qualifying students will be. Shortlisted by the DHE for award of this scholarship of a value: Rs: 70/- per month.
  7. POST MATRIC HINDI SCHOLARSHIP: This Scholarship is awarded to the students of non-Hindi speaking states for post matric studies in Hindi. The application forms for this can be obtained from the DHE.
  8. NATIONAL SCIENCE TALENT SCHOLARSHIP: This is awarded on the basis of a student's performance in a competitive examination held on the first Sunday of each calendar year..
  9. STIPEND FOR CHILDREN OF FREEDOM FIGHTERS: An award of Rs. 30/- per month is made to the children, adopted or stepchildren of freedom fighters on application in the prescribed form along with a supporting certificate by the MP/MLA/DM in the approved proforma which can be had from the DHE, Grand Children of freedom fighters through predeceased son are also eligible to apply for it.
  10. STIPEND FOR THE PHYSICALLY HANDICAPPED: Blind, deaf and orthopaedically handicapped students in the age group of 17-30 years having secured at least 40% marks in the Annual H.S.C. Examination can avail a stipend sponsored by the Social Welfare Department, of an amount variable from time to time on application in the prescribed from obtained from the office of the District Collector
  11. LOAN STIPEND: An amount of Rs. 3,000/- per year can be available by a Post Graduate student from the Loan Stipend.
  12. Fund of the Higher Education Department of the Government on application in the prescribed form.
Besides these, there is the Nalco Merit Scholarship for the children of the NALCO employees, Coal Mine Merit Scholarship for the children of Mines Employees, Beedi Scholarship for the children of Beedi workers. Cinema Worker Scholarship for the children of Cinema Actors, and Sports Talent Scholarship for those who represented at the State level.


  1. Free Studentship: Full or half free studentship is granted to 12% of the total number of students every year on merit-cumpoverty basis on the recommendation of a Free Studentship Committee appointed by the Principal who invite applications from students wishing to avail the benefit.
  2. Students Aid and Loan Fund: Financial assistance is rendered to the poor and meritorious students of the College by way of loans from this fund to meet tuition fees, examination fees, admission fees and purchase of books. The fund is administered by the Principal (Ex-Officio-President) who with the help of the VicePresident (Nominated from among the members of the teaching staff) advances loans to the students selected from among the applicants by a committee after obtaining proper undertaking from them.
  3. SSG AID: Financial aid is extended by the Social Service Guide for poor and deserving students which is decided by the Principal on recommendation of a special committee.
  4. Educational concession to the children of Ex-Servicemen: A book grant of Rs. 40/- per annum per student shall be available for the children of ex-servicemen when applied in the prescribed form with necessary certificates to the Secretary, Zilla Sainik Board.
  5. Educational concession to the children of Service Personnel : On production of certificate from the Commanding Office along with an application, the children and dependants of all service personnel can avail the benefits of exemption from tuition fees, admission fee and examination fees, book grant of Rs. 4/- per month and equipment/book allowance at the rate of Rs. 75/- per annum (Rs. 100/- for P.G. Students)
  6. Financial Assistance to Meritorious Students: An amount of Rs. 100/- only is given as financial assistance to the students last H.S.C. who have secured at least 75% marks in the examination.
Bus Travel Concession : 50% concession of the current fare shall be allowed to student (a) for his daily journey to Angul from his village only if he is not boarder and the distance of journey is within 50 kilometers and (b) for going home during summer and puja vacations to meet his/her parents at the address recorded in the College Long Roll. The student should carry his college identity card while travelling by bus to avail such concession.