Sri Pradip Kumar Biswal
President
Mr. Himansu Sekhar Dwibedi
Principal    


Criterion II – Teaching-Learning and Evaluation

Key Indicator - 2.1 Student Enrolment and Profile
Metric No. Metric Supporting documents/links Additional links
2.1.1

Enrolment Percentage (Average of last five year)

Average Percentage = 86.76

       

2018-19

Programme name

Programme Code

Number of seats sanctioned

Number of Students admitted

 ARTS

BA- 18

272

267

 SCIENCE

BS- 18

256

251

 COMMERCE

BC- 18

275

259

2019-20

Programme name

Programme Code

Number of seats sanctioned

Number of Students  admitted

 ARTS

BA- 19

256

237

 SCIENCE

BS- 19

256

220

 COMMERCE

BC- 19

256

229

2020-21

Programme name

Programme Code

Number of seats sanctioned

Number of Students  admitted

 ARTS

BA- 20

256

230

 SCIENCE

BS- 20

256

183

 COMMERCE

BC- 20

256

175

2021-22

Programme name

Programme Code

Number of seats sanctioned

Number of Students  admitted

 ARTS

BA- 21

256

247

 SCIENCE

BS- 21

256

231

 COMMERCE

BC- 21

256

198

2022-23

Programme name

Programme Code

Number of seats sanctioned

Number of Students  admitted

 ARTS

BA- 22

256

240

 SCIENCE

BS- 22

256

225

 COMMERCE

BC- 22

256

175

2.1.1.pdf

Student Statistics 2018-22.pdf

2.1.1.1

Number of seats filled year wise during last five years (Only first year admissions to be considered)

Year

2022-23

2021-22

2020-21

2019-20

2018-19

Sanctioned Seats

768

768

768

768

803

 Students Admitted

640

676

588

686

777

% Per Year

83.3

88

76.5

89.3

96.7

2-1-1-1694066470.pdf

Student strength for last five year.pdf

2.1.1.2

Number of sanctioned seats year wise during last five years

Year

2022-23

2021-22

2020-21

2019-20

2018-19

Number

768

768

768

768

803

 

Formula:

                                                                                           

 

Average Percentage = 86.76

 

SAMS Data Sanctioned Strength -1694067365.pdf

Subjectwise Student Admission List 2022-23.pdf

2.1.2.1

Number of actual students admitted from the reserved categories in the first year of the programme year wise during the last five years 

 

Year

Programme

SC

ST

GEN

OTHERS

TOTAL

2018-19

ARTS

42

34

189

2

267

SCIENCE

37

27

171

16

251

COMMERCE

14

11

230

4

259

2019-20

ARTS

43

37

153

4

237

SCIENCE

38

21

156

5

220

COMMERCE

9

7

202

11

229

2020-21

ARTS

47

33

147

3

230

SCIENCE

28

36

118

1

183

COMMERCE

5

5

156

9

175

2021-22

ARTS

40

52

151

4

247

SCIENCE

33

35

162

1

231

COMMERCE

11

4

175

8

198

2022-23

ARTS

44

43

147

6

240

SCIENCE

30

34

158

3

225

COMMERCE

10

3

153

9

175

 

 

Student strength for last five year-1694067588.pdf

2.1.2.2

Number of seats earmarked for reserved category as per GoI/ State Govt. rule year wise during last five years

Year

Number of seats earmarked for reserved category as per GOI or State Government rule

Number of students admitted from the reserved category

SC

ST

OBC

Gen

Others

SC

ST

OBC

Gen

Others

2018-19

130

181

 

492

 

93

72

 

590

22

2019-20

125

173

 

558

 

90

65

 

511

20

2020-21

125

173

 

558

 

80

74

 

421

13

2021-22

125

173

 

558

 

84

91

 

488

13

2022-23

125

173

 

558

 

84

80

 

458

18

* OBC and SEBC seats counted under Unreserved Category

2.1.2.pdf

Seat Reservation letter by HED.pdf

Key Indicator - 2.2 Catering to Student Diversity
Metric No. Metric Supporting documents/links Additional links
2.2.1

The institution assesses the learning levels of the students and  organises special Programmes to cater to  differential learning needs of the student

 

The Institution assesses the learning levels of the students and organizes special programmes for advanced learners and slow learners.

Orientation Programme: Every year the institution organizes Students Orientation Programme for the newly enrolled students in different department of the college through career counselling and motivational talk by different experts from different background that encourage them and give them a clear-cut idea about their course structure and outcome. The orientation programme enables everyone to know about their career opportunities.

Advanced Learners:

Advanced learners are provided several opportunities to develop their knowledge and skills in different related areas.

1. They are encouraged to participate and present papers in various seminars, conferences, workshops and inter college competitions to enhance their knowledge and skills.

 2. They are encouraged to participate in various co-curricular activities such as debates, problem solving assessments, competitions and various technical fests etc.

 3. Guiding and encouraging communicative research papers in conferences/Journals. They are provided various opportunities to publish their papers in different national and international journals.

4. Guiding the students for Competitive Examinations and academic examinations like NET, JRF, GATE, IISER, NISER and IIT JAM etc.

5. Guiding for career planning.

6. Placement Cell: Placement cell is introduced to encourage the advanced learners who get placement in different corporate sectors and PSUs with good package after their completion of courses.

7. Library Automation and e-Library: College has been executing e-automation of college Central Library ensuing easy access to issue the books to the students and staff of the college. It was started from the session 2021-22.

It is a great pleasure to all staff and students those who are advanced learner that our college can access EBSCO e- resources a great initiative taken by Odisha State Higher Education Council for the upliftment of Higher Education.

Access details are mentioned as below: -

 

Access link: https://eresources.oshec.in/

User ID: odisha-ns330768

Pass Word: odi@ns330768#

For better understanding of this e-resource platform expert officials pf the government come to the college for providing trainings to the student as well as staff members.

Slow Learners:

The slow learners are identified on the basis of their performance during continuous internal evaluation, assignments/tutorials and performance in the End Semester Examination. Special programme in the form of remedial classes is arranged to improve the performance in the courses.

Remedial Classes: These classes are conducted in the last period every day after the scheduled lectures with an aim to improving the academic performance of slow learners. It helps students overcome the difficulties in specific subject areas. Individual attention is given to students who are identified as slow learners.

Mentor Mentee Programme: Mentor mentee programme is introduced so that each and every teacher will be in touch with each student that enables student teacher interactions on monthly basis. Mentor mentee list is provided to the official assigned for the purpose to ensure smooth functioning of the aforesaid programme.

 

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2.2.2

Student - Full time teacher ratio (Data for the latest completed academic year

YEAR

Total Students

Total Teachers

Student: Full Time Teacher Ratio =24.56: 1

2022-23

1916

78

 

Formula:   Students (Latest completed academic year) : Teachers (Latest completed academic year)

 

2.1 & 2.2.pdf

No of Student in Each Department.pdf

Key Indicator - 2.3 Teaching - Learning Process
Metric No. Metric Supporting documents/links Additional links
2.3.1

Student centric methods, such as experiential learning, participative learning and problem-solving methodologies are used for enhancing learning experience and teachers use ICT- enabled tools including online resources for effective teaching and learning process

Adoption of student centric methods to enhance student involvement as a part of participative learning and problem-solving methodology. Teaching-learning method is adopted by the faculty members to make the learning process student centric include Lecture Method, Interactive Method, Project-based Learning, Computer-assisted Learning, Experiential Learning, etc. The Teaching-learning activities are made effective through illustration and special lectures. Lessons are taught through PowerPoint presentations to make learning interesting besides oral presenting methods.

Lecture method: This conventional method is commonly adopted by all teachers. This method facilitates the teacher to interpret, explain and revise the content of a text only for better understanding of the subject by the learners.

 Interactive method: The faculty members make learning interactive with students by motivating student participation in group discussion, role-play, subject quiz, news analysis, discussion, and questions and answers on current affairs. The Departments provide an effective platform for students to develop the latest skills, knowledge, attitude, values to shape their behaviour in the correct manner. The departments conduct innovative programmes which stimulate the creative ability of students and provide them a platform to nurture their problem-solving skills and ensure participative learning.

The department implements student-centric methods of enhancing the lifelong learning skills of students. Faculty members make efforts in making the learning activity more interactive by adopting student-centric methods.

  1. Experiential Learning:

The Departments conduct add-on programs to support students in their experiential learning. The departments communicate the following experiential learning practices to improve creativity and cognitive levels of the student. Different industrial visits and study tours are undertaken by various departments to ensure the students experiential learning.

 

  1. Participatory Learning:

In this type of learning, students participate in different activities such as seminars, group discussions, wallpapers, projects, and skill-based add-on courses. Students are encouraged to participate in activities where they can use their specialized technical or management skills.

 • Annual cultural programme – This is organized every year for the students of the Departments to give an opening to their creativity.

• Regular Quizzes- Quizzes are organized for student participation at intra or inter-department levels.

• Seminar Presentation – Students develop technical skills while presenting papers in seminars.

  1. Problem-solving methods: The Departments encourage students to acquire and develop problem-solving skills. For this, the department organizes expert lectures on different topics; participate in different technical tests and other competitions.

•Regular assignments based on problems

• Regular Quizzes

• Case studies discussion

• Classroom presentations

• Debates within the department event.

 

In addition to the traditional teaching-learning methods, the institute is providing innovative student-centric methods such as Hackathons, Workshops, Seminars, Virtual Lab, Simulation, Role-play, Review web literature, Video, Demonstration, Activity-based learning, Guest lecture, GD/ debate, Peer learning groups, Google Classroom, Project-based learning, Real-time case studies, Worksheets, PPT Journal Review, Research projects, Viva, etc. to encourage Participative, Problem-solving and Experiential learning.

  1. ICT- enabled tools including online resources: Most of the department of our college is having their own ICT classes for better understanding of the students and to attract the attention of students. ICT classes enable the student to get a better understanding of each topic and make them friendly to the teachers. Almost all the faculties are well trained and can give online teaching to the students. Through online teaching, teachers can access to out of syllabus that can add extra knowledge to the students. Beside this ICT class the college is also having e resource available in the e-Library.
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2.3.2

The institution adopts effective Mentor-Mentee Schemes to address academics and student-psychological issues

ICT enabled teaching is introduced in addition to the traditional classroom education. All the classrooms and labs are ICT enabled with projectors installed and the campus is enabled with high-speed Wi-Fi connection. Due to lockdown, teaching was fully conducted in an online mode. The faculty use various ICT enabled tools to enhance the quality of teaching-learning process like:

· The faculty members used Google meet or Zoom to conduct tests and for lecture delivery. They also used many interactive methods for effective teaching such as PPT with animations, Video clippings, Use of online resources, YouTube links, Virtual labs, online assessment tools like mentor mentee etc.

· WhatsApp groups are used as platforms to communicate, make announcements, queries, and share information. WhatsApp groups are created for different departments to ensure quick sharing of information. Skilled faculties are engaged to operate that WhatsApp groups.

· To teach problem solving subjects in an online mode, the faculty have used various online tools like- whiteboard in Microsoft teams, Google meet, etc.

· Online tests are conducted and e-assignments are given through Google meet and zoom online platforms.

· Other important activities such as Project presentation, Debates, Group discussions, mentoring, also conducted online through Google meet or Zoom platforms for quality teaching learning process.

· The research journals and eBooks are available on online library to our faculty and students.

· All the departments conduct webinars, workshops and guest lectures on the new developments in the core subjects for effective teaching and learning by Industry experts and Alumni on Zoom platforms and also broadcasted the same.

Mentor Mentee list for the latest Academic Year:

Sl. No

Subject

No of Mentor

No of Mentee

1

English

5

69

2

Odia

4

90

3

Sanskrit

3

62

4

Economics

5

92

5

Philosophy

4

48

6

Sociology

2

69

7

History

4

69

8

Education

4

69

9

Political Science

7

94

10

Psychology

2

63

11

Mathematics

5

87

12

Chemistry

7

120

13

Physics

4

110

14

Botany

6

111

15

Zoology

5

120

16

Geology

3

72

17

Commerce

8

571

18

Total

78

1916

Total No. of Mentor = 78

Total No. of Mentee =1916

Mentor: Mentee = 1: 24.56

 

Mentor Mentee for the latest Academic Year .pdf

2.3.3

Preparation and adherence of Academic Calendar and Teaching plans by the institution

Each year the college prepares its Academic Calendar as per the guidelines provided by the Utkal Univrsity and with adherence to the Government of Odisha notification for Non-Government Aided Colleges for smooth running of the in institution and to serve the interest of both teaching and non-teaching staff as well as the students.

The college Academic Calendar contains all relevant data like time table of the institution and class commencement timing etc. All important information like college examinations including both semester and internal examinations and, readmission notices to students, board of studies meeting, notice for admissions, 1st academic council meeting, commencement of classes as per the tentative dates declared by the Government of Odisha, assignment of seminar activities, conduct of board meeting for declaration of semester results, and all holiday lists are also declared. The academic calendar also contains tentative date for different semester examination and result declaration along with other related information. Different cultural activities and fests to be conducted inside and outside the college campus which comes under the direct purview of the college administration is strictly adhered in the academic calendar. So, starting from the reopening of the college to the end of academic year each and every activity is included under the academic calendar for better understanding of student as well as other officials including outsiders. Curricular and extracurricular activities have an immense importance for smooth functioning of the college, for better understanding of all the teaching and non-teaching staff who have been assigned such duties is also mentioned. For greater welfare of the students group it is advisable from this academic year the model CBCS syllabus will also form a part of the academic calendar. The academic calendar is prepared continuously with strict adherence of the government as well as college regulation. The mission and vision of different department and college is mentioned so that target of the given year can be achieved. Overall, the Academic Calendar of the College is very much essential for smooth functioning of day-to-day activities of the Institution as it is helpful for making a better teaching plan of any academic institution.

 

Academic Calendar 2022-23.pdf

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Key Indicator – 2.4 Teacher Profile and Quality
Metric No. Metric Supporting documents/links Additional links
2.4.1.1

Number of sanctioned posts year wise during the last five years  

Year

2022-23

2021-22

2020-21

2019-20

2018-19

Full-Time Teacher

44

40

38

49

48

Sanctioned Post

69

69

69

69

69

Percentage

63.76

57.97

55.07

71.01

69.56

Average Percentage = 63.47

 

Formula:   

 

Average Percentage = 5Percentage per year

Staff Position and Vacancy .pdf

2.4.2.1

Number of full-time teachers with Ph.D./D.Sc. / D.Litt./ L.L.D during the last five years

Year

2022-23

2021-22

2020-21

2019-20

2018-19

Full-Time Teacher

44

40

38

49

48

Full- Time Teacher with PhD

16

14

13

13

12

Percentage

36.36

35

34.21

26.53

25

Average Percentage = 31.42

 

Formula:

                                                                         

2.4.2 PhD.pdf

PhD certificate .pdf

Key Indicator - 2.5 Evaluation Process and Reforms
Metric No. Metric Supporting documents/links Additional links
2.5.1.1

Number of days from the date of last semester-end/ year- end examination till the last date of declaration of results year wise during the last five years

Year

2022-23

2021-22

2020-21

2019-20

2018-19

Number of Days

    17

    41

25

64

30

AVERAGE = 35.4

Formula:

 =    177/5=35.4

 

2.5.1.pdf

Last Semester Date Sheet .pdf

Result Declaration .pdf

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2.5.2.1

Number of complaints/grievances about evaluation year wise during last five years

Year

2022-23

2021-22

2020-21

2019-20

2018-19

Number

2

0

1

0

0

Grievance Document .pdf

Grievances .pdf

2.5.2.2

Number of students appeared in the examination conducted by the institution year wise during the last five years

Year

2022-23

2021-22

2020-21

2019-20

2018-19

Number

633

680

689

761

735

 

Year

2022-23

2021-22

2020-21

2019-20

2018-19

Student Appeared

633

680

689

761

735

No of Grievance

2

0

1

0

0

Percentage

0.31

0

0.14

0

0

 

Formula: 
                                                                                               

 

Grievances -1694072375.pdf

Student Appeared in the Examination.pdf

2.5.3

IT integration and reforms in the examination procedures and processes including Continuous Internal Assessment (CIA) have brought in considerable improvement in Examination Management System (EMS) of the Institution

IT Integration and reforms in the examination procedures and processes including both internal and semester examinations have brought in considerable improvement in examination management system of the institution.

Our institution has well defined examination structure prepared following the guidelines of Utkal University. For smooth conduct of different assessment examination and declaration of result IT integration has been developed by the Autonomous Examination section of the college. Grievance from the students and redressal of such grievances are compiled online. It integration in the examination system makes the evaluation process quick and unbiased.

Online form fill up for appearing different examination of the college is enabled through the college website particularly in the examination section of the said website of the college. Student can access the website anytime for checking their result and download their provisional marksheet. This system of the college has made the examination procedure easy and affordable. Rechecking and revaluation of answer sheet has become faster.

Our Institution has a well-established and efficient continuous evaluation system with different types of assessments spread through the duration of each semester. The processes related to the conduct of examinations, declaration of results and award of degrees are controlled and monitored by the University Examination Cell. Various reforms have been undertaken in the last five years that have made a positive impact on examination management:

 

  1. Automation of Examination System:

 An Exam management Software System has been developed completely with the following features:

• Enrolment and registration of students

• Verification of students

• Request for Scrutiny/re-evaluation

• Support for Grading System

• Student Tracking

• Compilation and Declaration of Results

 • Printing of Mark sheets, Provisional certificate, Degrees, Migration certificate, Transfer Certificate and Transcripts

• Online Payment of Examination fee: The examination management software enables students to make prompt payment of their examination fess and other related fees. The automation has resulted in an extensive improvement in the efficiency and transparency of the Examination process and has also provided an effective method for parents and students to track performance.

Examination Guidelines .pdf

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Key Indicator - 2.6 Student Performance and Learning Outcomes
Metric No. Metric Supporting documents/links Additional links
2.6.1

The institution has stated learning outcomes (programme and course outcome)/graduate attributes which are integrated into the assessment process and widely publicized through the website and other documents and the attainment of the same are evaluated by the institution

The Institute switched over to Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) in 2018 to impart education through student centric approach and follow outcome oriented teaching learning process. Programme Outcomes (POs), Programme Specific Outcomes (PSOs), and Course Outcomes (COs) have been formulated for all the UG and PG programs. Programme Outcomes (POs) represent the graduate attributes formulated for the attainment of student goal. Programme Specific Outcomes (PSOs) are specifically defined outcomes of the programme which the graduates have to acquire by the end of the programme. Course Outcomes (COs) are statements that describe essential learning that students should achieve, and can reliably demonstrate it at the end of a course. The Course (learning) outcomes define the knowledge, skills and behaviour that a student should be able to demonstrate.

The level of attainment of Programme Outcomes, Programme Specific Outcomes and Course Outcomes are measured using various indicators throughout the semester of the academic year. The faculty records the performance of each student with the help of the specified course outcomes through a continuous evaluation process. The faculty provides home assignments to students, conducts internal tests, viva voce, surprise tests, open book tests, quiz, projects etc. in order to assess the Programme Outcomes and Programme Specific outcomes attained by each student. Some of the key indicators of measuring attainment are:

1. End Semester Examination: Being a constituent college under Utkal University, students of the college are required to take examinations as per the semester and annual pattern set by the university, through which the institution measures programme outcomes based on the course attainment level fixed by the programme.

2. Internal Assessment: The Internal Assessment constitutes 20% weightage of the total marks (100) in each subject. The students are to appear internal examinations in a pen and paper mode for which the question is prepared by the teacher concerned. Additionally, internal/class tests, quiz, viva etc. are conducted repeatedly in a semester to judge the performance of students on a regular basis.

3. Practical Assessment/ External Assessment: It is evaluated by inviting external experts appointed by the university to evaluate each student by conducting Practical examinations, and taking Viva-Voce and evaluating the practical files.

4. Result Analysis: At the end of each semester, result analysis of each course is carried out using bar charts indicating the percentage of students falling in different categories of CGPA obtained. This is an effective indicator in order to evaluate the level of attainment of POs, PSOs and COs as specified by the university.

 

PO Botany.pdf

PO Chemistry.pdf

PO Economics.pdf

PO Education.pdf

PO English.pdf

PO Geology.pdf

PO History.pdf

PO Mathematics 1st Year.pdf

PO Mathematics 2nd Year.pdf

PO Mathematics 3rd Year.pdf

PO Odia.pdf

PO PG COMMERCE.pdf

PO PHILOSOPHY .pdf

PO Physics.pdf

PO Pol. Science PG.pdf

PO Pol. Science UG.pdf

PO Sanskrit-1694079400.pdf

PO SOCIOLOGY .pdf

PO UG COMMERCE .pdf

PO Zoology-1694079401.pdf

2.6.2.1

Total number of final year students who passed the examination conducted by Institution during the latest completed academic year:

Result Statement for UG Examination- 2022

 

Total no of Students Appeared the Exam

633

Total no of Students Passed the Exam

554

Pass Percentage = 87.51

 

 

 

Sl. No

Stream

Department

No. Appeared

No.  Of 1st Div with Distinction

No. of 1st Div

No. of 2nd Div with Distinction

No. of 2nd Div

Total Pass

% Pass

1

ARTS

History

23

5

8

NIL

1

14

60.87

Economics

29

17

7

NIL

NIL

24

82.76

English

15

12

2

NIL

NIL

14

93.33

Sociology

19

11

7

NIL

NIL

18

94.74

Odia

29

27

1

NIL

NIL

28

96.55

Philosophy

5

2

1

NIL

NIL

3

60.00

Political Science

26

23

2

NIL

NIL

25

96.15

Sanskrit

21

13

6

NIL

NIL

19

90.48

Psychology

24

21

3

NIL

NIL

24

100.00

Education

27

22

3

NIL

NIL

25

92.59

Total

 

218

153

40

NIL

1

194

88.99

2

SCIENCE

Physics

39

30

5

NIL

NIL

35

89.74

Chemistry

43

37

5

NIL

NIL

42

97.67

Mathematics

26

15

8

NIL

NIL

23

88.46

Geology

25

20

1

NIL

NIL

21

84.00

Botany

38

35

1

NIL

NIL

36

94.74

Zoology

39

33

6

NIL

NIL

39

100.00

Total

 

210

170

26

NIL

NIL

196

93.33

3

COMMERCE

Commerce

205

53

96

NIL

15

164

80

 

Result Statement for PG Examination- 2022 :

Total no of Students Appeared the Exam

40

Total no of Students Passed the Exam

40

Pass Percentage = 100

 

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    

Sl. No

Stream

Subject

No. Appeared

No.  Of 1st Division

Total Pass

Pass Percentage

1

Arts

History

12

12

12

100

2

Arts

Political Science

12

12

12

100

3

Commerce

commerce

16

16

16

100

 

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Key Indicator - 2.7 Student Satisfaction Survey
Metric No. Metric Supporting documents/links Additional links
2.7.1
 Online student satisfaction survey regarding the teaching learning process
(Online survey  conducted)
Name of the student Gender Category State of Domicile Nationality if othern than Indian Email ID Programme name Student Unique Enrolment ID  Mobile Number Year of joining
Gitanjali Dalai  Female SC Odisha No gitanjalidalai537@gmail.com +3  3rd year  BA20 -148 7873467318 2020
Anuradha Mallick  Female SC Odisha No anuradhamallick46@gmail.com  +3 3rd year  BA20-259 9668409004 2020
Subrat mohanta Male SC Odisha No sksubratmohanta@gmail.com +3 2nd year(arts) BA21-021 7008197063 2021
Prativa Nayak Female SEBC Odisha No prativanayak841@gmail.com +3 Third Year (Arts)  BA20-091 7853987006 2020
Laxmi Priya Mahal  Female OBC Odisha No laxmipriyamahal3@gmail.com  +3 1st year Arts BA22-102 7846926633 2022
Kajal Bhuyan  Female ST Odisha No kajalbhuyan183@gmail.com +3 1st year Arts BA22-217 7008465977 2022
Soumya Nanda  Male GEN Odisha No soumyananda8339@gmail.com +3 3rd year  10420018 8339811807 2020
Sima Moharana  Female SEBC Odisha No simamoharana98@gmail.com +3 3rd year  10420017 7894769467 2020
Karina khatun  Female   Odisha No Karinakhatun17@gmail.com  +3 3RD YEAR ART'S  10420008 6372848535 2020
Deepak kumar prusty Male SEBC Odisha No deepakprusty2021@gmail.com +3 2nd year BA21-042 7735169604 2021
Ashok Sahoo  Male SEBC Odisha No Sahooashok28244@gmail.com  +3 2nd year arts BA21-032 6370183064 2021
Suhani nayak Female SEBC Odisha No Suhaninayak971@gmail.com +3 3rd year 10420020 7327930383 2020
Rupali Rout  Female GEN Odisha No rupalirout336@gmail.com +3 1st year  BA22-063 7735356565 2022
Sara samarpita sahu Female SEBC Odisha No Sahusarasamarpita@gmail.com +3 3rd year BA22- 064 7849003140 2022
Rajlaxmi Swain Female SEBC Odisha No rajlaxmiswain090@gmail.com +3 first year 270 8984126241  
Smruti priya sahu Female SEBC Odisha No Duryodhan sahu904@gmail.com Plus 3 rd year BA20-234 8260658143 2020
Pata Birua  Male SC Odisha No patabirua2004@gmail.com +3 1st year  BA22-187 7854883669 2022
Rajesh gagrai  Male ST Odisha No gagrairajesh625@Gmail.com +3 1st year ( Arts ) Hons. (History) BA22-251 8260598596 2022
Smruti priya sahu Female SEBC Odisha No Duryodhan sahu904@ gmail. Com Plus 3rd year BA20-234 8260658143 2020
Rajesh gagrai  Male ST Odisha No gagrairajesh625@Gmail.com +3 1st year ( Arts) Hons. ( History) BA22-251 8260598596 2022
Monalisa Jena Female GEN Odisha No Monalisha jena  +3 2nd year  10421010 8984702250 2021
Mukesh Kumar Das  Male GEN Odisha No mdas45146@gmail.com +3 3rd year  BS(P) 20-113 8114995838 2020
Sandhyarani Behera Female SEBC Odisha No sandhyaranibehera270@gmail.com 3rd year BA20-45 7205905074 2020
Soumya Ranjan Das  Male GEN Odisha No dassoumyaranjan2002@gmail.com +3 3rd year  BS(P)20-108 7847895846 2020
Puja rani Naik  Female SC Odisha No Pujanaik389@gmail.com +3 2nd year  BA 21_113 8018798955 2021
Laxmipriya swain  Female SEBC Odisha No swainlaxmipriya3725@gmail.com +3 1st year sociology  BA22-089 7077434914 2022
Sandhyarani Biswal  Female SEBC Odisha No Cbbiswal1@gmail.com  +3 2nd year BS(P)21-084 63700 71583  2021
Subhashree Chinara  Female GEN Odisha No Schinara87@gmail.com  UG 2nd Year  BS(P)21-192 7077681234 2021
A.Arpita S.Samarpita Female GEN Odisha No aarpitassamarpita@gmail.com +3 3rd year  BA20-075 9861420442 2020
Debadutta Sahoo Male SEBC Odisha No devsahoo21@gmail.com +3 3rd Year BC20-003 9437245586 2020
SAHIl Deo Male SEBC Odisha No sahildeo864@gmail.com Bcom 3rd year BC20-192 7735253453 2020
Bibhuti bhusan Nayak  Male SEBC Odisha No bibhutinayak93372@gmail.com +3rdyear Bc20-190 9337279692 2020
Om Prakash Sethy  Male SC Odisha No om1595470@gmail.com +3 2nd year BC21-105 8260997233 2021
Sruti Agarwal  Female GEN Odisha No cutieshruti3070@gmail.com +3 3rd year BC20-017 8596090721 2020
Preeti Kumari  Female GEN Odisha No sallusingh707787@gmail.com Bcom  BC20 - 149 7077876299 2020
Biswajeet Sahoo Male SEBC Odisha No sbiswajeet717@gmail.Com +3 3rd year 30120037 8260914891 2020
Tarini jena  Female SEBC Odisha No tanijena002@gmail.com +3 final year  BC20-127 6371588614 2020
Varsha Parida  Female GEN Odisha No varshaparida989@gmail.com +3 3rd year BC20-016 8018940899 2020
Suraj Kumar Biswal Male SEBC Odisha No biswalsuraj100@gmail.com B. Com, 3rd year BC20-043 8882047686 2020
Soma Begum  Female   Odisha No somabegum590@gmail.com +3(3rd year) BC20-131 9337668741 2020
Ruparnita Sinha  Female GEN Odisha No ruparnitasinha1234@gmail.com +3 3rd year  BC20-014 9348544060 2020
Niki singh Female GEN Odisha No nikisingh946@gmail.com +3 1st year BC22-001 8093839564 2022
Twinkle Malik Female SC Odisha No twinkleannu37@gmail.com +3 first year (arts)  BA22-160 7853817970 2022
Yash Pattanayak Male GEN Odisha No yashandp@gmail.com 3rd year Bcom BC20-064 7064170414 2020
Priya Puspika Mahakud  Female GEN Odisha No rudra.aditya017@gmail.com +3 2nd year Bc-21-101 6370073934 2021
Manish Giri  Male GEN Odisha No mgiri4503@gmail.com +3 2nd year  BC21-111 7683891668 2021
Kalyani samal Female GEN Odisha No Kalyanisamal619@gmail.com Bcom 3rd year Bc-20-170 7815064785 2020
Santoshee jena  Female SEBC Odisha No santoshee242@gmail.com +3 3rd year  BC20-024 7735905580 2020
Pramod Kumar swain Male SEBC Odisha No swainpramodkumar038@gmail.com +3 2nd year BA21-243 8260816095 2021
Dibyajyoti Ray  Male GEN Odisha No dray76541@gmail.com 3 BA22-117 7205136306 2022
Tarini Prasad Baral Male GEN Odisha No tarinibaral39@gmail.com +3 3rd year 13122903 7682076560 2022
Arya kumar vedprakash Male GEN Odisha No aryaprakash571@gmail.com Plus 3 2nd year BC21-066 8114343425 2021
Rajesh Kumar Sahoo  Male SEBC Odisha No kumarsahoorajesh92@gmail.com +3 first year BC22-021 9827972804 2022
Padmabati Padhi  Female GEN Odisha No padmabatipadhi62@gmail.com  +3 3rd year 10420009 8114983758 2020
Smrutisikha Mishra  Female GEN Odisha No smrutisikha001@gmail.com +3,1st year, Bcom BC22-028 6371883485 2022
Padmabati Padhi  Female GEN Odisha No padmabatipadhi62@gmail.com  +3 3rd year  10420009 8114983758 2020
Sonali Mohanty  Female GEN Odisha No sonali Mohanty7410@gmil.com +3 2nd year  BA21-210 9556546251 2021
Sukanya Female GEN Odisha No sukanyabehera25@gmail.com  +3 2nd year BC21-055 7847071566 2021
Priyanka Female GEN Odisha No pmiss524@gmail.com Bcom 3rd year BC20-001 9.19828E+11 2020
Debasish barik Male OBC Odisha No dharanidharabarik01@eamil.com +3 1st year BA22 293 7205772797 2022
Twinkle Malik Female SC Odisha No twinkleannu37@gmail.com +3 first year (arts)  BA22-160 7853817970 2022
suresh chandra soren  Male ST Odisha No sureshchandrasoren779@gmail.com b.com, 3rd year BC20-123 9827874821 2020
Ranjita Rout  Female GEN Odisha No routr6187@gmail.com +3(3rd)year Bc20-135 8458063027 2020
Sonali subhadarsini padhi  Female GEN Odisha No padhisonalisubhadarsini@gmail.com +3 3rd year  BA20 - 255 7855828054 2020
Puspalata Das  Female GEN Odisha No puspalatadas608@gmail.com B.com 3rd year  BC20-063 9827314068 2020
Puspanjali khuntia  Female GEN Odisha No puspanjalikhuntia977@gmail.com +3 3rd year(bcom. 3rd year) Bc20-059 9776896615 2020
Akash kumar swain  Male SEBC Odisha No swainakashkumar4@gmail.com +3 first year (arts) BA22-288 8917581284 2022
Akash kumar swain  Male SEBC Odisha No swainakashkumar4@gmail.com +3 first year (arts) BA22-288 8917581284 2022
Ranipriya Sahoo  Female SEBC Odisha No sahooranipriya@gmail.com +3 1st year  BC22-054 6372858332 2022
Lililata rout Female GEN Odisha No Lililataroutlili@gmail .com +3 1st year 13122903 9437916951 2022
Durga prasad jena Male SEBC Odisha No prasantjena396@gmail.com Bsc 3rd year BS(P)-20-124 9178827023 2020
Purusottam Mohanta  Male SC Odisha No mohantapurusottam0@gmail.com +3 2nd year  BA21-267 7749057433 2021
Jagabandhu sahoo Male SEBC Odisha No Sahoojagabandhu62@gmail.com +3 3Rd year commerce  Bc20-007 6370553198 2020
Afrin parwin  Female   Odisha No aparwin8@gmail.com +3 ³rd year  Bc-20-144 9861844086 2020
Ashis Anshuman Patra Male SEBC Odisha No ashisanshumanpatra@gmail.com +3 3rd year commerce BC20-119 9777993960 2020
Manasi Nayak  Female SEBC Odisha No manasinayak971@gmail.com  +3 first year  BA22-017 8114387092 2022
Satyabrata sahoo Male SEBC Odisha No ssatyabrata690@gamil.com +3 2nd year commerce  BC21-080 7377744726 2021
Priyadarshini sahu Female SEBC Odisha No Sahupriyadarshini2004@gmail.com +3 1st year Bs-22-011 8018698039 2022
Namita Behera Female SEBC Odisha No namitabehera7304@gmail.com +3 1st year BA22-098 9348053044 2022
Umme Muslima Female   Odisha No ummemuslima786@gmail.com Bcom 2nd year BC21-079 8338894672 2021
Kirtan Hanahaga  Male ST Odisha No kirtanhanahaga@gmail.com +3 1st year Commerce  13122903 6281735181 2022
Raju Badara  Male SC Odisha No rajubadara2000@gmail.com +3 2nd year  BC21-220 8469396609 2021
Sk abu sakib Male   Odisha No Ss4775866@gmail.com +3 3rd year BC20-21 6372092492 2020
Sujit behera Male SC Odisha No beherasujit304@gmail.com +3 2 year BC21-156 7735244256 2021
Simran Sahoo  Female SEBC Odisha No sahoosimu10@gmail.com +3 2nd year  BC21-037 8249580673 2021
Manimala Tripathy  Female GEN Odisha No rabindratripathy1234@gmail.com +3 3rd year  (Sanskrit honours) BA20 - 117 6371224620 2020
Dibyaranjan Sau  Male ST Odisha No dibyaranjansau155@gmail.com +3,1st, commerce  BC22092 7657095240 2022
Manimala Tripathy  Female GEN Odisha No rabindratripathy1234@gmail.com +3 3rd year  (Sanskrit honours) BA20 - 117  6371224620 2020
Subrat Kumar Sahoo  Male SEBC Odisha No subratkumarnad@gmail.com  +3(2nd year) Bsp(21)-267 7735467954 2021
Biswajit parida  Male GEN Odisha No soumyaranjanp328@gmail.com B.com  30120041 8144122558 2020
Priyabrat nayak  Male SEBC Odisha No guddunayak147@gmail.com +3b.com(6th semester) BC20 - 096 6370618234 2020
Rajesh Kumar Rout Male GEN Odisha No rajeshkumarrout052@gmail.com B.com 3rd year  BC20-174 8895644632 2020
RABINDRA MOHARANA Male SEBC Odisha No moharanarabindra58@gmail.com +3second year BC21-199 7381124809 2021
Prahallad chand  Male GEN Odisha No prahalladchand2004@gmail.com +3 2nd year  BC 21 - 039  7735602035 2021
Bubu Male SEBC Odisha No bubu93011@gmail.com  +3. Fast year  BC20-121 9114841161 2020
Sushree subhalaxmi panda Female GEN Odisha No Pandaurmila76@gmail.com +3 2nd year BC21-060 865717074 2021
Susmita ghadei  Female OBC Odisha No susmitaghadei82@gmail.com +3 3rd year  BA20-043 8260589224 2020

 

 

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