B.J.B. Autonomous College
Buxi Jagabandhu Bidyadhar College or B.J.B. Autonomous College is located at Bhubaneswar in Orissa. It is one of the leading educational institutions of the State. It is affiliated to Utkal University, Bhubaneshwar. It offers various courses in Arts,Science and Commerce at intermediate and bachelor level. Since 1998 it is an autonomous institution following the conferment of autonomy by the UGC. This college is graded with ‘A’ status by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC).Read More
B.J.B. Autonomous College Details
More about BJB
It was established in 1957 through the initiative of the Orissa Government. It was named after Buxi Jagabandhu Bidyadhar Bhramarabara Ray Mahapatra, the rebel extraordinary of pre-independent India. The campus is spread over an area of 28.2. Dr D. sahu is the Principal of the college.
Infrastructure and Facilities
The college has 42 class rooms, 8 galleries and 3 halls. All the laboratories are well equipped. It has also a spanning play ground over 22,317 sq.mts. area, facilitating to both indoor and outdoor games and sports to the students.
It has a well-stocked library with a collection of 63,521 books and 835 Periodicals.
The Computer centre has totally 8 P.Cs, 1 Printer and scanner. All the Computers have P-3/P-4 processor, 4- 40 GB Hard Disk and 128 MB RAM.
It provides both indoor and outdoor sports facilities.
The college provides hostel facility for both girls and boys, namely, Junior Hostel, Ladies Hostel, Ambedkar Hostel, and General Hostel.
The college has a post office and a canteen.
Events @ campus
Many students participated in the East Zone Inter University Cricket and Basket Ball Tournaments.
Students from this college are involved in VCC and NSS activities.
Since 2000, The Womens’ Cell of the college protecting the dignity and rights of the women students.
“B.J.B Friends” is the alumni association of the college.
There is an Information Dissemination Cell, which provides relevant information to any one relating to the college.
The Students’ Grievances Redressal Cell is responsible to solve the receive complaints from students.
Every week three periods are allotted for the seminar activities such as Paper Presentation and Discussion by the students and teachers.
Each year the final year students of Anthropology, Sociology and History go on Extension Programs for 15 days to remote areas of the State for interaction with the Tribal and Rural people. They worked with Sabar, Bauri, Santal and Munda tribes and Bell Metal workers. The students visited the Archaeological site at SISUPALGARH and had first hand information on excavation by Archeological Survey of India.
The students of the Department of Biotechnology visited the Centre for Cellular and Molecular Biology, Hyderabad in the year 2006-2007 and Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore and Bangalore University, to learn different types of laboratory techniques.