The course which aims at developing a student into a good human being and responsible citizen was unveiled at an event at the office of the Odisha State Higher Education Council on Saturday.
In a letter, the Higher Education Department has asked Principal of Dhenkanal Autonomous College to submit a status report within three days.
The Odisha Higher Education Department on Friday issued guidelines for PG SPOT selection and Admission under SAMS.
Students shortlisted in the first selection merit list now can take admission till September 18 (7 pm). The deadline was earlier supposed to end on September 16.
Odisha Higher Education department on Monday announced that students will be allowed to take admission into degree colleges without furnishing original certificates.
Neighbouring Jharkhand, Chhattisgarh and West Bengal have increased the teaching faculty intake in last five-years, but Odisha saw a sharp fall in the faculty strength
Principal Secretary, Higher Education department has cited 'COVID-19 related dislocation' as a reason for not taking up the proposal of introducing NCC as a general elective subject in universities and autonomous colleges in Odisha from this year.
Odisha Higher Education Minister Arun Sahoo allayed fears of Plus 2 students and announced Phase-II UG admission for those students who are appearing for offline examination.
The Odisha Higher Education department has revised the timeline of Plus 3 admission for 2021-2022 academic session. The admission process will now begin on September 13 and continue till September 16.
The timeline of application and entrance examination for admission into Bachelor of Education (B.Ed) and Bachelor of Hindi Education (B.H.Ed) courses have been released.
The Odisha Higher Education Department on Monday allowed to commence the physical classes for all first year students of B.Ed and M.Ed courses
Odisha Higher Education Department released detailed guidelines on the commencement of physical classes in universities and colleges from August 16 and conduct of examinations for UG and PG students.
Disaster Management course will now be compulsory for first year students in all streams of Plus 3 in Odisha. This information was provided by Odisha Higher Education Minister Arun Sahoo on Friday (July 23).
Children orphaned by Covid-19 will be included in the Green Passage Scheme of Odisha government which was earlier implemented to provide free higher education to orphans
An analysis reveals that the dip in undergraduate enrolment has been linked to poor job opportunities for the pass outs from general stream. The evidence is Odisha has seen a significant rise in enrolment in specialised streams/courses - from Phd to diploma courses in 2019-20
Bhubaneswar: The Odisha government has decided to impart online refresher training and orientation to professors of the State universities. The professors will receive the training from top Indian universities like Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), Delhi University, Jadavpur University, Kolkata. State Higher Education department secretary Saswat Mishra has written to the top universities about the proposal. […]
Bhubaneswar: In sync with American counsellor-cum-author John Gray’s popular book Men are from Mars & Women from Venus, the course selection of females and males in Odisha differ in a big way. When enrolment of males is higher in courses like PhD, Under Graduate and Diploma, females outnumber males in MPhil, Post Graduate and Certificate […]
Bhubaneswar: In saddling with huge vacancies of lecturers in the country, Odisha figured fourth from bottom among the 21 major states, including Assam. Another worrying trend to the fore is Odisha had seen closure of as many as 27 colleges between 2010-11 and 2018-19, when the nation saw addition of a massive over 6,070 colleges. […]
Bhubaneswar: The State in 2018-19 had a whopping 35.88 lakh youth in the age-group of 18-23 years, who were out of the higher education loop in Odisha. For which, Odisha’s total youths enrolled in higher education stands at around 2.7 per cent of total youths enrolled nationally. But the State’s youth population accounted for around […]
Bhubaneswar: A high-level meeting was organised here on Wednesday to look into the aspects of Centre’s proposed National Education Policy 2019. Odisha Higher Education Minister Arun Sahoo, Vice-Chancellors of several universities and educationists were present among others at the State-level consultation meeting on ‘Draft National Education Policy 2019’. The National Education Policy focuses on areas […]