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Prof. Arun Kumar Pujari’s vision on Sambalpur University and Sambalpur University Institute of Information Technology (SUIIT)

Following report is from Dharitri: 

May 21, 2010 at 5:26 pm 2 comments

Sambalpur University, Jyoti Vihar starts new course on M.Tech in Food Science & Technology

Following information is taken from SU web page:

May 7, 2010 at 6:38 pm 1 comment

Sambalpur University Institute of Information Technology

Following information is taken from SUIIT web page: 

BTECH PROGRAMME
 
SUIIT is established as an autonomous institute in the line of IIITs to impart training in the areas relating to Information Technology. This year the institute will offer programmes in BTech(CSE) and BTech(ECE) and other postgraduate programmes such as MSc and MTech. SUIIT’s BTech programme is a holistic academic programme which includes training in humanities, management science and basic science besides the technical subjects. The training has design orientation and it is research-based.
 
Admission
 
The admission is primarily on AIEEE score and some seats will be for OJEE and for IIT/JEE. Students are requested to submit their application in the prescribed format alongwith the copy of the scorecard. Students with 60% marks in +2 level with Physics and Mathematics are eligible to apply. The weightage of 10th marks and 12th marks will also be taken into consideration while preparing the merit list.
 
Main Fee Structure
 
    BTech Programme
 
1. Tuition Fee Rs. 35,000 per Semester
 
2. Institutional Development Fund Rs. 30,000 per Annum
 
3. Professional Society Membership Fee- Rs 1,500 per Annum
 
4. Caution Money (refundable) 2Rs. 10,000 one time

 

 

 
Faculty
 
The Institute has currently the following adjunct faculty members:

1. Prof. Arun K. Pujari, Vice-Chancellor, Sambalpur University (former Professor of Computer Science University of Hyderabad)
2. Prof. Shashanka Shekhar Pujari, Prof & HoD, Embedded System & Design and Advanced Microelectronics & VLSI Design, IIIT (I Square IT),Pune
3. Prof. Prasanna Sahoo (Ron),Prof of Mathematics, University of Kentucky, Louiseville, USA
4. Prof. Abdul Sattar, PhD, Director, Institute for Integrated and Intelligent Systems, Giffith University, Australia
5. Dr K.S. Naik, Associate Professor, University of Waterloo, Canada
6. Subrat Kumar Dash, Assistant Professor, LNM IIT, Jaipur
7. Dr Sbiha Kumar Udgata, University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad
8. Dr Vineet P Nayaar, University of Hyderabad
9. Prof S Bapi Raju, University of Hyderabad
10. Dr Priyadarshi Tripathy, IT Professional, Former CISCO Manager

 
Infrastructural Facilities
 
The Institute has well furnished electronics and programming laboratory with separate in- campus hostel facilities for boys and girls having wi-fi internet facility. There is a separate center for soft skill development and industry sponsored short term certificate courses like CCNA, ORACLE and JAVA.
 
Contact
 
Sambalpur University Institute of Information Technology (SUIIT)
Jyoti Vihar 768 019, Sambalpur (Orissa)
E-mail: suiit@suniv.ac.in

The application form and other details will be available in this site soon.

April 30, 2010 at 1:19 pm 1 comment

Sambalpur University wins prize for Odia panel discussion

Following is a report from The Pioneer:

While the group from Ravenshaw University topped in the Odia panel discussion, the group from Utkal University topped in English in the final round of the Second Inter-University Panel Discussion competition held in OUAT’s MS Swaminathan auditorium here on Wednesday.

The runners-up in Odia were Utkal University and Fakir Mohan University stood third while in English the runners-up was Ravenshaw University and BPUT group third. Consolation prizes were bagged by Sambalpur University in Odia and OUAT in English.

The cup winners received Rs 5,000 as cash prize while the runners-up received Rs 3,500, the third position holders Rs 2,500 and the consolation prizes carried a cash prize of Rs 500.

The final round was held in the very presence of the Governor-cum-Chancellor MC Bhandare who was so involved in the debate that he delayed his scheduled programmes by more than one hour and waited till the results were announced and gave away the cups and cash prizes.

In his address, Bhandare appreciated the debating abilities of the students and said that in the next twenty years, India is destined to be among the top-three nations and this would be possible only due to the youths’ power and imagination, a Press release stated.

March 18, 2010 at 5:13 pm Leave a comment

Western Orissa Students’ Joint Action Committee (WOSJAC) intensify stir demanding Central university status for Sambalpur University

Following is a report from http://www.orissadiary.com:

Report by Byomakesh Panda, Sambalpur: Western Orissa Students’ Joint Action Committee (WOSJAC) has threatened to intensify stir demanding Central university status for Sambalpur University and called Sambalpur bandh on February 10 to press for their demands.

Addressing the mediapersons here on Sunday , Satyabrata Dash , convener of  WOSJAC said that they are  demanding a permanent bench of Orissa High Court in western Orissa and upgradation of VSS Medical College, Burla, into a unitary university.

The members of WOSJAC have staged demonstration  and mass dharana in front of office of the Collector on Monday and again will stage a demonstration in front of office of Revenue Divisional Commissioner (Northern Division) on Tuesday and submit a memorandum.
Besides Sambalpur bandh, all the 182 colleges affiliated to Sambalpur University and other educational institutions across western Orissa will be shut down on February 10 and students would block highways paralysing vehicular movement, he said.

WOSJAC general secretary Padmanava Mishra said they would even launch fastunto- death in future if the State Government turned a deaf ear to their genuine demands. He also said they would protest Ministers’ visit to western Orissa.

February 26, 2010 at 9:33 pm 2 comments

Sambalpur University to open an Institute of Information Technology in its campus

Following is a report from The Samaja:

February 13, 2010 at 11:53 am Leave a comment

Urdu poet bags Gangadhar National Award

Following is a report from The Pioneer:

On the 43rd foundation day of the Sambalpur University, famous Urdu poet Dr A Mohammad Shahryar was conferred with the Gangadhar National Award on Friday.

Speaking on the occasion, the poet said, “In the context of the present scenario, it is not wise to be escapist rather to accumulate energy and courage to face every situation. This would show way to live life. Literature gives us the ability to explore the vast horizon before us.”

University Vice-Chancellor Arun Kumar Pujari conferred the award to the poet. The university also honoured Odia poet Saubhagyabanta Maharana. The Vice-Chancellor appealed to students and teachers to utilise their knowledge for the benefit of the common men who remain neglected for decades in spite of scientific and technical progress.

January 16, 2010 at 2:01 pm Leave a comment

Central University status for Sambalpur University, Orissa, India demanded

Following is a report from The Pioneer:

Hundreds of students of western Odisha gathered in the Biju Patnaik auditorium of Sambalpur University (SU) to reiterate their demand for Central University status for the university as it caters to the needs of all backward districts of the State including two KBK districts.

“The university is a victim of regular negligence, the result being that the vast region remains educationally backward also,” alleged president of the Sambalpur University Students’ Union Padmanava Mishra, who presided over the meeting.

The students mainly assembled to protest the negligence if the university by the State Government. They formed an 11-member committee with representatives from different colleges to chalk out their future course of action. “May it be teaching or non-teaching staff or even development of infrastructure, this university is always lagging behind and can’t meet the requirement of the modern day education at par with other developed universities,” Mishra alleged further.

Former MP Balgopal Mishra presented the history of the “step-motherly attitude” over six decades resulting in the backwardness of western Odisha. “In this context, the demand of the students for Central University status is justified,” he said. Former MP Bhabani Shankar Hota blamed it on the faulty education system in the State that goes against the interest of western Odisha.

January 13, 2010 at 6:58 pm Leave a comment

Students demand Central status for Sambalpur university, Orissa

Following is a report from The Times of India:

SAMBALPUR: Students of western Orissa on Tuesday reiterated their demand for Central university status to Sambalpur University. They were taking part in a convention held on the university campus, where members of the university students’ union threatened of a massive agitation in western Orissa in support of their demand. 

Nearly 500 student leaders and representatives of various colleges of the region took part in the convention and criticized the state government for its “apathy” towards improving the infrastructure and education facilities in the region. 

The students’ convention, organized under the leadership of the university students’ union, has formed a 11-member action committee to decide the future course of action of the proposed agitation. 

“We have decided to start a massive agitation in western Orissa. We have long been asking for Central University Status to Sambalpur University. Although the state government had agreed on principle to confer the same to this University and recommended the Centre in this regard, nothing happened. We have nothing but the state government’s lack of initiative to blame for it,” president of the union Padmanav Mishra said.

“We see no other option but to agitate, with hopes that the government takes notice,” Mishra added while addressing the students. 

Sambalpur University has a total of 180 colleges under it. Established in 1964, it is the only university in the state that covers the largest area of 11 districts in the region.

The Naveen Patnaik-led BJD government wrote to the Centre, supporting the justifications behind the demand. Again in 2008k, the demand was raised by the students and teachers again, following the Centre’s declaration to establish a central university in Orissa. But that was set up in Koraput.

January 13, 2010 at 4:13 pm Leave a comment

Sambalpur University signs MoU with Denmark University

Following is a report by IANS, taken from http://www.thaindian.com:

 Bhubaneswar, Jan 10 (IANS) Sambalpur University of Orissa has signed an MOU with Aarhus University of Denmark to foster higher education and research in different fields.
“It will help us in enhancing our knowledge base. We will certainly benefit from the exchange programmes. We will particularly be interested in sharing the knowledge where-in other universities are strong and we would also like to share the knowledge where we are strong,” said Vice Chancellor of Sambalpur University, Prof Arun K. Pujari, after the MoU was signed Saturday.

January 10, 2010 at 12:51 pm Leave a comment

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