Establishment of Odia Department UG and PG in 1993-94 academic session. Department hosts Honours and PG programs where the total student intake capacity is 48 and 32 respectively. Every 3-year degree course is examined under semester system where 2 semesters constitute one academic year. During the course the students are examined under 6 semesters. In PG courses there are a total of 4 semesters for 2 years. The course curriculum is designed according to CBCS guidelines and is affiliated to Berhampur University. Admission to UG/PG courses is conducted by SAMS portal designed by Govt. of Odisha. The classes are held in offline mode. 75% percentage of attendance has been made mandatory for students to be eligible to appear in end term examinations. In case of unfulfillment of attendance criteria, college administration informs the guardian through parent teacher meetings.

Curricular Activities

1. Seminar paper presentation on 2nd and 4th Saturday of every month in Odia department

2. Apart from regular classes, surprise examinations are periodically held.

3. Group discussions interactive sessions are organized.

4. Mentorship provided to students of all semesters of both UG and PG courses regarding various career options such as preparation for NET and other competitive exams.

5. Essays, quiz competitions, debates and extempore are organized.


1. Successful conduction of Biswa Odia bhasha Samminlani, an initiative by Govt of Odisha by Odia department, GSCC.

2. More than 10 PG students completed dissertation under guidance of a faculty from Berhampur university.

3. 9:1 student to faculty ratio for personal mentorship in UG courses per year

4. More than 600 students from all streams participated in events such as Nua O Sahitya pratijogita

5. Numerous students are service holders in Govt. of Odisha and Govt. of India. Moreover, students are also involved in Private sector, journalism, NGO, print media, politics, Naval sector and defense sector

6. PG student awarded 1st position in inter university essay competition