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Administrative Block
Department of Biotechnology
Department of Environmental Science
Department of Population Studies
Department of Social Science
Dr. Hare Krushna Mahatab Library
Gents Hostel
Ladies Hostel
Health Care Center
Bank /ATM
Staff Quarters
Police Bit House
University Guest House
Department of Business Management
Department of Information &
Communication Technology
Department of Applied Physics &
Center for Distance & Continuing
Education [CDCE]
Dr. Hare Krushna Mahatab Library
VCs Bunglow
Fakir Mohan University
Vyasa Vihar, (New Campus)
At/P.O. Nuapadhi,
Balasore-756020, Odisha, India
Fakir Mohan University
Vyasa Vihar, (Old Campus)
At/P.O. Januganj,
Balasore-756019, Odisha, India
Website: www.fmuniversity.nic.in
Phone: (06782)275859
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Compiled by
Prospectus Committee 2012-13
1. Prof. Bhagaban Das Dept. of Business Management
2. Prof. S. S. Pattnaik Dept. of Information & Communication Technology
3. Dr. B. N. Otta Dept. of Population Studies
3. Dr. B. P. Dash Dept. of Biosciences & Biotechnology
4. Dr. S.K. Dey Dept. of Environmental Science
Published for the Fakir Mohan University
Prof. Bhagaban Das
Chairman, P.G. Council
Printed at
Raghunath Printers, Balasore
Cost of Prospectus- cum-Application Form: Rs. 200.00
Copyright with Fakir Mohan University. No part of this publication be produced in any form
without prior permission of the Chairman, P.G. Council, Fakir Mohan University
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The Fakir Mohan University, Vyasa Vihar, Balasore was established by the Government of
Odisha, under Section 32 of the Orissa Universities Act, 1989 (Act 5 of 1989) and it was notifed vide
the Governments Notifcation No. 973 dated 3rd July, 1999. It has been duly recognized by the UGC
under section 2(f) of the UGC Act by the notifcation No. F-9-1/2000 (CPP-I), dated 11th February 2000
as well as under section 12(B), vide UGC letter no. F.9-1/2000 (CPP-I) dated 23rd December, 2005.
The University has also been accredited by the Association of Indian Universities, vide their letter No.
Meet: SC: 261:2K/108693, dated 22nd August, 2000. It is at present functioning in two campuses: the
old campus at Januganj and the new campus at Nuapadhi in and around Balasore town.

Vision and Mission
The Fakir Mohan University is committed to develop itself as a value and need based quality education
provider in the state of Orissa in general and Balasore and Bhadrak districts in particular. It has the
ultimate objective of producing qualifed and competent manpower responsive to the changing needs
of the society at the national and international levels.
In its quest for being an outstanding centre for learning and development of human resource, it
cherishes a clear vision and mission. It has become very consistent in its recruitment policy and, as a
result, it has recruited very brilliant scholars specializing in various areas of the fve front line subjects
possessing enormous employment and entrepreneurship potential.
The Vision of the University is to promote the following
The Culture of Excellence
The Culture of Innovation
The Culture of Quality
The Culture of Flexibility and Dynamism
The Culture of Sustainability
It has following missions through which it seeks to stimulate and promote professional
competency among the students & faculty:
To provide opportunities to students and faculty to acquire higher qualifcation and
To provide continuous learning opportunities for students, faculty, staff and working
To provide wide scope for research, design and development.
To provide consultancy relevant to areas of specialization and expertise.
To provide scope for practicing innovative teaching and learning methods.
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To provide access to the best intellectual resources.
To encourage college and other institutions to develop coordination in academic and
research activities of common interest including rudimentary research exposure to undergraduate
Special features of the University
Non-negotiable academic calendar and timely publication of results
Timely distribution of Degrees and Certifcates
Computer based teaching Departments
All students covered under Health insurance
Personality development programmes for students
Personality Development Programs and campus interviews for the students
Collaborations/linkages with National institutions
The Department of Information and Communication Technology has established linkage with
Proof and Experimental Establishment (PXE), and Integrated Test Range (ITR), Balasore in
undertaking research.
The Department of Applied Physics & Ballistics has offered the M. Sc. courses in Applied Physics
& Ballistics with active support from Proof and Experimental Establishment (PXE), Chandipur,
The Department of Business Management is going to have a MoU with North Odisha Chamber
of Commerce and Industry (NOCCI) very shortly for research and consultancy with local
1. Dr. C. Rangarajan 1998 - 1999
2. Sri M. M. Rajendran 1999 - 2004
3. Sri Rameswar Thakur 2004 - 2007
4. Sri M. C. Bhandare 21.08.07 - Continuing
Prof. Gorachand Patnaik 15.02.2000 - 14.09.2000
Prof. Karuna Sagar Behera 18.09.2000 - 17.09.2003
Prof. Sukadev Nanda 17.09.2003 - 16.03.2008
Prof. Sukanti Priya Pattanaik 16.03.2008 - 05.5.2011
Prof. Kumar Bar Das 06.5.2011 - Continuing
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Chancellor : His Excellency Sri Muralidhar Chandrakant Bhandare
Vice-Chancellor : Prof. Kumar B Das
Chairman, P.G. Council : Prof. Bhagaban Das
Warden of P.G. Hostels : Prof. S S Acharya
Registrar : Dr. Trilochan Mishra, O.E.S (I)
Controller of Examinations : Dr. P. Biswal, O.E.S (I)
Comptroller of Finance (I/C) : Dr. B P Dash
Development Offcer : Dr. B B Mohapatro
Director, C.D.C.E./I.M.F. Center : Dr. S. Dehuri
Secretary, Sports Council : Dr. S.R. Misra
Offcer-in-charge of Website : Dr. M.C. Adhikary.
Director, Dr. H K Mahatab Library : Prof. S S Pattnaik
Director, Training & Placement : Dr. M. C. Adhikary.
Programme Coordinator, NSS : Dr. B M Otta
1. Prof. Kumar Bar Das : Vice-Chancellor,
F.M. University, Vyasa Vihar, Balasore
2. Prof. Bhagaban Das : Chairman P.G. Council, F.M. University, Balasore
3. Prof Nirmal Chandra Dash : Professor in Population Studies , FM University
4. Prof Devi Prasad Misra : Professor in Business Management, FM University
5. Dr. Bhagirathi Nayak : Azimabad, Balasore ( Chancellors Nominee )
Some healthy practices followed in the University
Personal Advisory System
Students of all PG Departments are put under the advisory responsibility of an individual
teacher of the concerned Department. Each teacher (except the HOD) takes responsibility of a
group of students of his/her Department and keeps a vigilant eye on the students allotted to him/
her and guides such students in curricular and co-curricular activities.
Evaluation of teachers by students
The University has accepted the UGC guidelines relating to evaluation of teachers by the
students. The evaluation of teachers by students is a regular practice of the University since 2005.
It is conducted twice in an academic session.
Central Computing facilities
Besides each Department having its own Computer Laboratory, there is a Central Computing
facility located in the Department of Information and Communication Technology. As a State-of-
the-Art level facility, 100 Nos. of Pentium PC, 2 Nos. of high-end Servers, Scanner, Digital Camera,
Printers and a number of application software have been installed for the beneft of the students,
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teachers, and research scholars of the University, in addition to high speed internet connectivity.
Looking at the present scenario, software/ packages like JAVA, ORACLE, VISUAL Basic, .NET, etc.
have been kept open for the beneft of the students. Facilities also exist for using various languages
such as C, java, C++, HTML, and FORTRAN-90/95 in various operating environment like WINDOWS-
98, 2000, XP, NT Red Hat, LINUX.
These facilities remain open from 8AM to 8 PM on all working days.
8 AM to 12 Noon Teachers and Research Scholars
12 Noon to 4 PM Students of Regular PG Departments.
4 PM to 8 PM Students of Executive M.B.A. / M. Tech / M.Phil
Health Insurance
The University has an insurance scheme for the students known as Janata Personal Accident
(JDA) offered by National Insurance Company Ltd. All the students admitted into 1st Semester
are brought under the insurance coverage. The insurance coverage is valid for 2 years (Four

Vocational Training
It is an essential component in any professional education. As this University has opened
seven regular professional / technical courses, the need for a training and placement cell is
obvious for the students. The cell has started its work to contact industries throughout India for
the summer training / project work of the students. A senior faculty member is looking after the
Training and Placement Cell.
The Cell has taken up career guidance for students and arranged Campus Interviews. It has also
arranged Entrepreneurship Motivation Camp for the students to take up Entrepreneurship as an
alternative career.
Grievance Cell
The students, teachers and employees appear before Vice-Chancellor or the Registrar as
per their need in Grievance Cell, which meets once in a week. The Vice-Chancellor has his/her
Grievance Cell meetings on Fridays between 3.30. P.M. and 5.00 P.M. The Registrar has his/her
Grievance Cell meeting on Saturdays between 3.30PM and 5.00 PM. Since the University is a new
one, grievances have not been many; whatever grievance comes to the notices is immediately
dealt with.
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1. Prof. A. N. Misra 20.08.2004 - 31.05.2005
2. Prof. N. C. Dash 01.06.2005 - 31.05.2006
3. Prof. S. Patnaik 01.06.2006 - 17.01.2007
4. Prof. D. P. Misra (I/C) 18.01.2007 - 31.05.2007
5. Prof. D. P. Misra 01.06.2007 - 31.05.2008
6. Prof. G. C. Rout 01.06.2008 - 31.05.2009
7. Prof. S. S. Acharya 01.06.2009 - 31.05.2010
8. Prof. A. N. Misra 01.06.2010 - 31.05.2011
9. Prof. Bhagaban Das 01.06.2011 - Continuing...
Dr. Bhagaban Das Chairman
Professor, Dept. of Business Management
Prof. Shyam Sundar Acharya Warden
Dept. of Social Science
Dr. B.M. Otta Member
Head, Dept. of Population Studies
Dr. B.P. Dash Member
Head, Dept. of Biotechnology
Dr. S.K. Dey Member
Head, Dept. of Environmental Science
Dr. B.B. Mohapatro Member
Head, Dept. of Business Management
Dr. S.Dehuri Member
Head, Dept. of Information & Communication Technology
Dr. Gitanjali Dash Member
Head, Dept. of Social Science
Dr. M.C. Adhikary Member
Head, Dept. of Applied Physics and Ballistics
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The University has at present seven Post Graduate Teaching-cum-Research Departments. All
the Departments of the University are provided with computer and internet facility. The courses
offered along with respective students strength of these Departments, are given below:
Sl. Post Graduate Year of Regular Students Self fnancing Students
No. Department Establishment strength strength
1 Bio sciences 2004-05 MSc. 12 M.Tech in 16
& Bio technology Biotechnology Biotechnology
MSc. (Bio Sc.- 10 + 10 MTech in 16
Botany Bio informatics
& Zoology)
2 Information & 2004-05 MSc. (IT) 10 M.Tech 15
Communication MCA 30 (Comp.Sc.)
3 Environmental 2004-05 MSc. 32 MPhil 08
Science MSc. (Chemistry) 16
4 Business Management 2004-05 MBA 40 M Com. 32
Executive MBA 30
5 Population Studies 2004-05 MA 40 MPhil 08
MSW 16
6 Applied Physics 2007-08 MSc. 20 MSc.(Physics) 16
& Ballistics (16 Regular MPhil(Physics) 10
& 04 SFC mode)
7 Social Science 2007-08 MA 16(Regular) MPhil(Pol.Sc.) 08
(Pol. Sc., Economics 16(SFC mode) MPhil(Economics) 08
& Sociology) MPhil (Sociology) 08
P.G. Diploma 24
(Human Rights
& Duties)
8 Others MPhil (Odia) 08
MPhil(History) 08
MA (PMIR) 40
Integrated MBA 60
LLM 32
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To achieve success in University examinations, NET, GATE, SLET etc.
To achieve placement in DRDO, Ordnance factories and other research laboratories.
To develop practical skills of the students to meet the global competitiveness.
To make the University a center of excellence for research in feld of Applied Physics and
Email: ballistics.fmu@gmail.com
To become a center for excellence in
education and research in the feld of
Applied Physics and Ballistics.
To provide excellent environment for
To impart knowledge through creative
and innovative practices in teaching and
To produce technically competent
Email: biotech_fmu@yahoo.com
The Department of Biosciences and Biotechnology has started the regular Post-Graduate
teaching programs in Biosciences and Biotechnology in the year 2004. The Department was upgraded
to a School of Biotechnology in the year 2005-06. The Department imparts integrated teaching in
the following courses:
Cell Biology
Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Animal and Plant Genetic Engineering
Environmental Biotechnology
Developmental Biology
Signal Transduction
Department of Biotechnology (DBT), Govt. of India recognized the School of Biotechnology
in 2007 as the centre for DBT-BTIS-net Bioinformatics Centre (BIF) for Structural and Computational
Biology work. Under this program, the Centre imparts training to students, researchers and teachers
on various aspects of Bioinformatics.
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Department of Science & Technology (DST), Govt. of India sanctioned funds for infrastructural
development under FIST-2008 program.
Major equipments required for Biosciences & Biotechnology department are available with the
University. The Department is equipped with OHPs and a LCD projector for classroom and seminars.
The personal advisory system is implemented for a close interaction between the students
and teachers for overcoming the diffculties and defciencies of the students.
Research is a core component of the academic curriculum starting with M. Sc. itself. A wide
range of research activities that addresses important biological, biomedical and biotechnological
problems are conducted. The scientifc success of our Department rests on its interdisciplinary
research environment through close interaction of specialists from different felds. Funding for
research activities are through various Govt. agencies (DST, DBT, CSIR, UGC, INSA etc.) and through
International Scientifc Collaborations.
M. Sc. students are admitted from any discipline of Biological, Natural, Medical, Agricultural
and Veterinary sciences.
The Department conducted the frst UGC sponsored refresher course in Environmental
Sciences for College/University teachers from 21st Sept to 11th Oct, 2004 in collaboration with
the Department of Environmental Sciences.
The Department plans to expand to a School of Integrated Living Systems.
Objective of the Department:Establishing a Foundation for Recent Advances in Life
Sciences and Inculcating Biotechnology as a Challenge for the Future.
Our Goal: Improving the Quality of Life
The Department of Environmental Science
started in the Academic session 2004-05 with M.
Sc. Course in Environmental Science in regular
mode. Subsequently the Department started M.
Phil. Programme in Self-Financing mode from
the Session 2006-07. Besides having computer
and internet facilities, the Department is also
equipped with sophisticated equipment like
Atomic Absorption spectrophotometer (AAS),
High Performance Liquid Chromatography
(HPLC), Plant Effciency Analyzer (PEA), UV-
VIS Spectrophotometer, Spectroquant, etc.
The faculty members are committed to produce trained manpower with the skills of managing
environment, both at regional and national levels. Besides teaching, the faculty members are
also actively engaged in research in the areas of environmental monitoring, waste management,
resource conservation, environmental remediation etc.
Email: environ2k11@rediffmail.com
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The Department has sanctioned faculty strength of one professor, two Readers, and three
lecturers. In addition to it two supporting staffs (one programmer & one system manager) are
engaged in the computer laboratory.
The Department sincerely attempts to prepare professionals in Information & Communication
Technology for corporate and non-corporate sectors including Govt. and non-Govt. organizations.
The Department has a strong collaboration with institutions of National and internationally repute.
The members of the Department are also tuning a few of the highly motivated students for different
National level tests like GATE, NET etc. for further study.
The Department is also planning to establish a national network for education, training,
research and developments and consultancy in ICT and related areas.
Students Activities:
The Department conducts a number of students related activities. Some of the important activities
of the Department are as follows:
Participation in teacher feedback
Personal advisory system
Study tour and Industrial visit
Group discussion / Panel discussion
Class room participation

Keeping in view the changing corporate world and growing demand for qualifed managerial
personnel, the Fakir Mohan University started MBA programme in self-fnancing mode in the year,
2002. However, the regular MBA programme started in the Department of Business Management
during the year 2004 with six regular faculties. The Department prepares professionals in
Management for corporate and non-corporate sectors including government and developmental
Email: hodictfmu@gmail.com
The Department of Information &
Communication Technology has started offering
masters Degree course like MSc.(IT)/MCA (on
the basis of cafeteria approach) in regular mode
and M.Tech(CS) in self fnancing mode from the
year 2004 and 2006 respectively.
The total number of seats for the regular
course is limited to 40 (i.e. MSc(IT) 10 and MCA
30). However the number of seats in M.Tech (CS)
is limited to 15. The enrollment of students into
MCA & MTech courses are through Odisha JEE
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its own seminar library, communication laboratory and furnished conference hall to organize
different academic Programmes. There is good number of text books, reference books, journals
and business magazine and news papers are available in the Departments own library.
The Department has the mission to become a Centre of Excellence. To support this mission,
the Department has well-defned vision spreading over consolidation and expansion phase. During
the consolidation phase (2005-10), the Department has started collaborating with industries and
institutions to strengthen the existing teaching, research and consultancy. In the second phase
(2010-20), the Department will diversify into allied activities like e-learning in management,
integrated management programmes etc.
At present the Department has a strong in-house faculty drawn from different functional
areas. The Management Courses offered by the University is at par with any leading Management
Institute of the country. However, the Department is making all efforts to involve the Corporate
Executives through Industry-Institute interactive cell in various academic activities to make the
course structure more dynamic and Industry need-based. At present it offers:
Regular MBA,
Executive MBA (Self Financing),
PMIR (Self Financing) and
Integrated MBA (Self Financing)
Admission into MBA programme is through JEE, Orissa. Vacant seats if any is flled up from
the Orissa JEE qualifed candidates of the concerned year only.
Any graduate with minimum two years of managerial /working experience is eligible to take
admission into Executive MBA course.
For PMIR 2 years course, eligibility is any graduate and selection will be on the basis of marks
secured in the last examination. For Integrated MBA 5 years course, eligibility is +2 (Commerce/
Science/Arts) and selection will be on the basis of marks secured in the last examination.
Email: population_fmu@rediffmail.com
Orissa has a sizable population of Scheduled Tribes, Scheduled Castes and Other Backward
Communities. The socio-economic and demographic scenario of the state is in a transitional phase
with high infant and child mortality, declining sex ratio, reducing tribal population, increasing aged
institutions. The Department has been actively
pursuing research and consulting activities
in Management. The faculty members of
the Department have published a number of
books in different areas of management. The
Department is fully equipped with audio-visual
aids. It is also adequately equipped with its
own computer laboratory to instill computer
profciency which is much needed for the
present-day managers. The Department has
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population, low status of women, increasing
geographical imbalances and frequent natural
calamities. These interrelated problems need
to be comprehensively studied and acted upon
through research and extension activities.
The Department started functioning from the
2004-05 academic session on the objective of
providing education and research facilities
to the students of the region with an adverse
socio-economic and demographic background.
To begin with, a two-year (four-semester) Master Degree programme was introduced with a student
intake of sixteen, which has been increased to 40 since 2010-11. In the meantime, one-year (two-
semester) M. Phil. programme has been approved to begin from 2006-07 with an intake of four,
which later increased to eight. Besides, the Ph. D. programme has also come into force since
March, 2006. Along with teaching and research, the department has been taking up extension
activities under the programme of University-Society Interface for creation of awareness among
the people on various population and health problems in both rural and urban areas, especially
among the underprivileged.
Odisha has a very high potential for
economic growth. But it suffers from poverty,
illiteracy and social ailments. The social and
political dimensions are very important for
economic development of Odisha. In fact
social reality is complex and multifaceted. A
single discipline of social science will not help
comprehend this reality. A multi disciplinary
approach is called for the study of such reality.
The P.G. Department of Social Sc. Is a modest
attempt in the direction. It infuses in the minds of the students the necessity of such an approach
and equips them with the required skill. Against this background, Fakir Mohan University has
opened the Department of Social Sc. In the year 2007. It offers P.G. and M.Phil courses on the
following subjects.
Political Sc.
Students entering into two years Masters degrees programme (04 Semesters) are offered degrees
separately in each subject. The Department encourages students and scholars to delve deep into
various Social, Political, and Economic issues. Students and teachers are engaged in continuous
debate and dialogue.
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HEAD : Dr. Bisnu Prasad Dash 06782- 275875

Professor : Dr. Amarendra Narayan Misra, M.Sc. Ph.D (On lien)
Readers : Dr. Bisnu Prasad Dash, M.Sc. M.Phil., Ph.D
Dr. Bhabatosh Mitra, M.Sc., Ph.D
Lecturers : Dr. Bhaskar Behera, M.Sc., M.Phil, PhD


HEAD : Dr. Surjendu Kumar Dey 06782-275853

Readers : Dr. Rahas Bihari Panda, M.Sc., M.Phil, Ph.D
Dr. Surjendu Kumar Dey, M.Sc., M.Phil, Ph.D,
Lecturers : Dr. Sunanda Chandra Pradhan, M.Sc., M.Phil, PhD

HEAD : Dr. Sachidananda Dehuri 06782-240286
Professor : Dr. Sabyasachi Patnaik, B.E., M.Tech, Ph.D
Readers : Dr. Sachidananda Dehuri, M.Sc., M.Tech, Ph.D.
Lecturers : Smt. Manaswini Pradhan, B.E., M.Tech, MBA
Miss Minati Mishra, MCA

HEAD : Dr. Bibhuti Bhusan Mahapatro 06782-241842
Professors : Dr. Debi Prasad Misra, M.Com, M.Phil, Ph.D
Dr. Bhagaban Das, M.Com, Ph.D
Reader : Dr. Bibhuti Bhusan Mahapatro, M.A., M.Phil, Ph.D
Lecturers : Dr. Padmalita Routray, MBA, Ph.D
Dr. Artabandhu Jena, M.Com, LLB, Ph.D
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HEAD : Dr. Braja Mohan Otta 06782-275585
Professor : Dr. Nirmal Chandra Dash, M.A. M.Phil, Ph.D
Readers : Dr. Braja Mohan Otta, M.A., Ph.D
Dr. Kamala Kanta Tripathy, M.A., M.Phil, Ph.D
Lecturers : Dr. Nihar Ranjan Rout, M.Sc, M.Phil, Ph.D
Dr. Pralip Kumar Narzary, M.A., MPS, Ph.D
Sri Digambar. A. Chimankar, M.A., MPS

HEAD : Flt. Lt. Dr. Munesh Chandra Adhikary 06782-241462
Readers : Flt. Lt. Dr. Munesh Chandra Adhikary, M.Sc. M.Phil, Ph.D.
Dr. Sidhartha Pattnaik, M.Sc, Ph.D.
Lecturers : Dr. Santosh Kumar Agrawalla, M.Sc, Ph.D.
Dr. Ashanta Ranjan Routray M.E., Ph.D.
HEAD : Dr. Geetanjali Dash 06782-275355
Political Science
Professor : Dr. Shyam Sundar Acharya M.A., M.Phil, Ph.D
Reader : Dr. Geetanjali Dash, M.A., M.Phil, Ph.D
Lecturer : Dr. Satya Prakash Dash, M.A., M.Phil, Ph.D
Lecturers : Dr. Gitanjali Panda, M.A., M.Phil, Ph.D
Sri Sanjib Kumar Majhi, M.A.
Lecturers : Miss Tanya Mohanty M.A., M.Phil
Dr. Pabitra Mohan Nayak, M.A, M. Phil., Ph. D.
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First Semester
Biostatistics & Computer Application
Instrumental Techniques
Ecology and Biodiversity
Third Semester: A student has to choose pa-
pers from either Botany or Zoology or Gen-
eral stream
Botany stream
Zoology stream
General stream
Functional Morphology & Anatomy
Functional Biol.
Developmental Biol.
Seminar and Term Paper
Second Semester
Molecular Biology
Genetics and Evolution
Biophysical Chemistry
Fourth Semester: SPECIAL PAPER Biochemistry
& Molecular Biology
Practical Experiments and Field- project will be designed by the concerned course
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1st Semester
Cell Biology
Computer Application and Bio-statistics
Microbial Physiology & Genetics.
Biomolecules & Instrumental techniques.
3rd Semester
Animal Bio-technology
Genetic Engineering
Plant Biotechnology
2nd Semester
Molecular Biology
Macromolecules & Basic Enzymology
Biophysical Chemistry.
Elective paper

4th Semester
Bioprocess Engineering & Technology
Medical Biotechnology
Genomics, proteomics & Bioinformatics.
Elective paper
1st Semester
Fundamentals of Ecology & Environmental
Natural Resources Conservation & Bio-
diversity and their management
Envirometrics, Statistics, Environmental
Modeling & Computer Application in
Environmental Management
Environmental Chemistry
Seminar Presentation
Practical and Field Study
2nd Semester
Environmental Pollution & Monitoring
Environmental Hazard, Risk and Disaster
Environmental Issues, Legislations, Policies
& Management System.
Soil Biology & Environmental Microbiology.
Seminar Presentation
Practical and Field Study
3rd Semester
Environmental Toxicology
Aquatic Ecology & Environmental
Environmental Impact Assessment, Eco
planning & Sustainable Development.
Business & Entrepreneurship based on
Seminar Presentation (Group Discussion)
Practical and Field Study
4th Semester
Two theory papers from the following
Elective groups (Special Paper):
A. Industrial Pollution Control & Management
B. Environmental Biotechnology
C. Disaster Management.
Practical based on Elective/ Special paper
selected. (Any one from A, B, C)
Seminar Presentation (Group Discussion)
Project Work & Viva-voce
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1st Semester
Organization Structure and Management
Quantitative Methods
Organizational Behavior
Managerial Economics
Business Communication
Financial Accounting
Business Environment
IT for Managers
3rd Semester
Business Research
Management Information System
Business Law
Summer Training & Presentation
(Elective: Students are required to select
two groups of
Elective Papers for their Specialization)
Group-I (Marketing)
Consumer Behavior
Product and Service Marketing
Group-II (Finance)
Working Capital Management
Financial Markets and Services
Group-III (Human Resource Management)
HR Planning & Compensation Management
Human Resource Developments
2nd Semester
Operation Research
Cost & Management Accounting
Marketing Management
Financial Management
Human Research Management
Production and Operation Management
Seminar Presentation & Viva-voce
4th Semester
Strategic Management
Banking & Insurance Management
Dissertation and Viva-voce
Group-I (Marketing)
Advertising & Sales Management
International Marketing
Group-II (Finance)
Security Analysis & Portfolio Management
Corporate Restructuring
Group-III (Human Resource Management)
Industrial Relation & Labour Legislation
Strategic Human Resource Management
M.Sc. (IT)/ MCA
The Department of Information & Communication Technology offers M.C.A. Degree on the
basis of cafeteria approach. However, on successful completion of 2 years course (i.e. 4th semes-
ter), one is entitled for M.Sc. (IT), if he /she decides not to continue for the third year.
1st Semester
Computer Organization and Architecture
Costing & Financial Management
Problem Solving and Programming Through C
Discrete Mathematical Structure
Communicative English
Communicative English Lab
C Programming Lab
2nd Semester
Object Oriented Programming using C++&
Data structure using C
Operating System
Probability and Combinatorics
Organizational Behaviour
Object Oriented Programming Lab
Data Structure Lab
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3rd Semester
Computer Network
Software Engineering
Database Management System
Design and Analysis of Algorithms
Computer Graphics and Multimedia
CG & DAA Lab
5th Semester
Data Mining Using Soft Computing
Compiler Design
ERP & E-Commerce
Management Information System
Elective I (from the list)
Soft Computing Lab
Compiler Design Lab & Seminar
Students are to opt for one paper
from the following list of Electives:
1. Digital Signal Processing
2. Bio Informatics
3. Mobile Computing
4. Simulation & Modeling
5. Pattern Recognition
6. Cryptography and Security
8. Computational Finance
9. Data Mining & Data Warehousing
10. Social Networking
11. Real Time System
12. Embedded System
13. Microprocessor Assembly &
Language Programming
4th Semester
Object Oriented Analysis & Design Using
Artifcial Intelligence
Theory of Automata
Internet and Web Technology
Optimization Techniques
IWT & Software Engineering Lab (Minor
Thesis / Project)
Optimization Techniques & Artifcial
Intelligence Lab
6th Semester
Project and Seminar
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1st Semester
Population, Data and Age-Sex Structure
Human Ecology and Environment
Statistical Methods in Demography
Reproductive Health & Gender Issues
3rd Semester
Research Methodology
Epidemiology and Bio-statistics
Business Demography & Population Policy
Population and Development
2nd Semester
Nuptiality & Fertility
Morbidity & Mortality
Mobility & Migration
Spatial Distribution & Urbanization
4th Semester
Regional Demography
Nutrition & Community Health
Planning & Development
HIV/AIDS & Communication
Dissertation (Project)
1st Semester
Classical Mechanics
Mathematical Methods in Physics
Electronics & Computer Programming
Weapon system & Ballistic Measurements
Practical - Modern Physics & Electronics
3rd Semester
Material Science & Solid State Physics
Nuclear & Practical Physics
External Ballistic
Practical: Material Sc & Ballistic
2nd Semester
Statistical Mechanics and Thermo
Quantum Mechanics
Fluid Dynamics
Internal Ballistics
Practical - Computational Physics
4th Semester
A. Special paper in Ballistics
Terminal Ballistics
Ballistic Modeling and Analysis
Rocket Ballistics
B. Special paper in Electronics
Electrical Circuits & controls
Optoelectronics & Optical Communication
Pulse & Digital Circuits
Practical - Advance Electronics
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1st Semester
Computer Application
Micro Economics
Theories of society
Political Theory
3rd Semester
Advanced Sociological Theory
Gender & Society
Social Change & Development
Sociology of Environment
Sociology of Information Society
Minor Paper
Social Sector Development and Environment
or Public Administration in India
2nd Semester
Research Methodology
Statistics in Social Science Research
Classical Sociological Thought
Social System
Perspectives in Indian Society
Minor Paper
Indian Government and Politics or Indian
Economic Policy
Corporate Research (non credit)
4th Semester
Sociology of Media & Communication
Social Movements
Sociology of Health & Illness
Social Demography
Non-credit Course: Specialized Research
1st Semester
Computer Application
Micro Economics
Theories of Sociology
Political Theory
3rd Semester
Indias Foreign Policy
Political Sociology
Government and politics in Orissa
Indian Political Tradition
Public Administration: With special
reference to India
Minor Paper
Social Sector Development and Environment
or Sociological Theories
Non-credit Course: Usage of software and
analysis packages.
2nd Semester
Research Methodology
Western Political Thought
Indian Government and politics
Theory of International Relations
Comparative Politics
Minor Paper
Indian Economic Policy or Indian Society
Non- Credit Course: Corporate Research

4th Semester
Foreign Policies of Major Powers
Advanced Political Theory
Social and Political Movements in India
Development Administration in India
Non-credit Course: Specialized Research
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1st Semester
Computer Application
Micro Economics
Theories of Sociology
Political Theory
3rd Semester
Indian economic Policy - I
International Trade
History of Modern economic analysis
Quantitative methods and statistical
Minor Paper
Public Administration in India or Sociological
Non- credit Course: Usage of software and
analysis packages.
2nd Semester
Research Methodology
Micro economic theory
Public economics
Development economics
Quantitative methods / statistical
Minor Paper
Indian Government and politics or Indian
Non-credit Course: Corporate Research

4th Semester
Indian economic policy - II
Growth economics
Financial institutions and markets
Environmental Economics
Non-credit Course: Specialized Research
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1st semester
Research Methodology and Techniques in
Environmental Sciences
Advances in Environmental Sciences
Special / Elective paper (one from the
Environmental Pollution Control and
Natural Resource Management
Energy and Sustainable Development
Ecological Engineering and Technology
Practical and Field Study.
2nd semester
Seminar-I Proposal Presentation
Data Dissertation
Seminar-II Presentation of Findings
1st semester
Population Dynamics
Social Research & Statistics
Public Health
Rural Development
2nd semester
Dealing with Data in SPSS (Practical)
Data mining & interpretation of Results
a. Proposal Presentation (2 credits)
b. Presentation of Findings (1 credits)
c. Report (4 credits)
d. Viva Voce (1 credit)
1st semester
Advanced Research Methodology
Development Economics
Financial Institutions and Markets
Co-operative Economics, Or
Agricultural Economics, Or
Industrial Economics
Computer Applications for Economic
Analysis (Practical)
2nd semester
Seminar-I Proposal Presentation
Data Dissertation
Seminar-II Presentation of Findings
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1st semester
Concept of History
Principles of Historical Investigation and
Research Methodology
Ancient and Medieval Indian Historiography
Modern Indian Historiography
1st semester
Advanced Research Methodology
Contemporary Political Theory
Modern Indian Political Thought
Dynamics of Indian Politics,
International Relations Theory and
Politics and Administration in Orissa
2nd semester
Seminar-I Proposal Presentation
Data Dissertation
Seminar-II Presentation of Findings
1st semester
Advanced Research Methodology
Modernity and its Challenges I
Modernity and its Challenges II
Late Modernity and its Challenges
Methodology and Perspectives in Sociology
2nd semester
Seminar-I Proposal Presentation
Data Dissertation
Seminar-II Presentation of Findings
2nd semester
Seminar-I Proposal Presentation
Data Dissertation
Seminar-II Presentation of Findings
1st semester
Gabesana Padhati/Sampadana Riti
Prachaya O Paschatya Sahitya Tatwa/
Anubada Riti
Odia Kabya Sahitya/Odia Katha Sahitya/
Odia Natya Sahitya
Samalochana Sahitya/Ttulanatmaka Sahitya
2nd semester
Seminar-I Proposal Presentation
Data Dissertation
Seminar-II Presentation of Findings
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1st semester
Food Security, Agriculture & Veterinary
Seminars & Practical
Management Function & Organization
3rd semester
Biotechnology in health care
Project Work (Mid-term evaluation,
presentation, viva)
1st semester
Computer Architecture
Data Structure and Algorithms
Database Management System
Elective -II
(The students are required to choose one
paper from the respective Elective groups.)
Elective Group -I
Web Technologies
Computer Graphics
Digital Image Processing and Computer
Elective Group -II
Object Oriented Analysis and Design
Pattern Classifcation
Digital Signal Processing
3rd semester
Industrial Training
2nd semester
Operating System
Software Engineering
Computer Network and Network
(The students are required to choose one
paper from the respective Elective groups.)
Elective Group -III
DBMS Implementation and Database
Mobile Computing
System Performance and Evaluation
Elective Group -IV
Product Engineering
Embedded and Real time System
Compiler Design - Tools and Techniques.
4th semester
Major Project Work and Viva-voce
2nd semester
Pharmaceutical Biotechnology
Advanced Bioprocess Engineering
Advanced Bioinformatics
Marketing Research
Term Paper & Practical
4th semester
Dissertation -presentation and viva
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1st semester
Organization Structure and System
Quantitative Methods
Managerial Economics
Communication Skills for Managers
Financial Accounting
3rd semester
Cost and Management Accounting
Human Resource Management
Research Methodology
Marketing Management
Production and Operation Management
1st semester
Data Structure & Algorithm using C
Molecular Biology & Molecular Genetics
Introduction to Bioinformatics
Numerical Techniques and Biostatistics
Practical/ Seminar
3rd semester
Languages, Algorithms & Tools for
Biological Databases and their Management
Modelling and Simulation
Optimization Techniques and Graph theory
Elective II
Practical/ Seminar
2nd semester
Introduction to Genomics & Proteomics
Proteomics and Transcriptomics
Modelling Gene Mapping & Sequencing
Elective I
Practical/ Seminar
4th semester
Data Mining and Data Warehousing
Elective III
Project and Dissertation (Projects relevant
to Bioinformatics only)
The 5th and 6th Semesters are devoted entirely on specialization. The students are required
to choose one major specialization group from among the specialization groups offered in the 5th
semester. The specialization group chosen in 6th semester shall be the minor specialization group.
The major and minor specialization group so opted shall not be from the same group.
2nd semester
Organizational Behaviour
Computer Application in Management
Operation Research
Financial Management
Economic and Social Environment
4th semester
Business Ethics
Strategic Management
Management Information System
Business Policy and Corporate Governance
Corporate Law & Taxation
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2nd semester
Human Resource Management-I
Industrial Relations-II
Labour Legislation & Cases-II
Labour and Management Economics
Management Information System and
Computer Application
Summer Training and Presentation.
4th semester
Organizational Behaviour-II
Human Resource Development-II
Labour Administration & Social Security
Business Environment & Strategic
Business Ethics
Dissertation and Comprehensive Viva-Voce
5th semester
Group-I: Marketing Management
Consumer Behaviour
Advertisement and Sales Promotion
Product and Service Marketing
Sales and Distribution Management
Brand Management
Group-II: Financial Management
Working Capital Management
Security Analysis and Portfolio
Financial Markets and Services
Corporate Restructuring
Project Planning, Analysis and Management
Group-III: Human Resource Management
Human Resource Planning
Human Resource Development
Compensation Management
Performance Management
Training and Development
6th semester
Dissertation and Viva-voce (equivalent to 2
Group-I: Marketing Management
International Marketing
Managing Retail Business
Rural Marketing.
Group-II: Financial Management
Management Control System
International Finance
Financial Derivatives
Group-III: Human Resource Management
Strategic Human Resource Management
Collective Bargaining and Participative
Legal Environment Governing Human
1st semester
General Management
Industrial Relations-I
Labour Legislations & Cases-I
Industrial Economics
Research Methodology
Industrial Sociology & Psychology
3rd semester
Human Resource Management-II
Organizational Behaviour-I
Human Resource Development-I
Basics of Financial & Marketing
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1st semester
Psychology for Management
Mathematics for Management
Basic Financial Accounting
Introduction to Business
3rd semester
Written Communication
Computers for Management
Sociology & Social Anthropology
Computer Programming
Production & Operation Management -I
Financial Management-I
5th semester
Management Communication
Indian Social System
Operations Research-I
Relational Data-Base Management System
Business Policy
Summer Project
7th semester
Economic Environmental of Business
Advanced Quantitative Techniques
Marketing Management-II
Human Resource Management-II
Business Process Re-engineering
Production and Operations Management-II
9th semester
International Business
Financial Management-II
Electives (Each student is required to offer
two papers each from two elective groups)
Group-A: Financial Management
Project Planning Analysis Management
Working Capital Management
International Finance Management
Group-B: Human Resource Management
HRD: Strategies and System
Organization Change and Intervention
Legal Framework Governing Human
Group-C: Marketing Management
Strategic Marketing
Advertising & Sales Promotion Management
Service and Industrial Marketing
2nd semester
Managerial Economics
Statistics for Management
Cost & Management Accounting
Marketing Management -I
Human Resource Management-I
4th semester
Oral & Non-verbal Communication
Macro Economics
Organizational Behavior
Management Information System
Organizational System and Structure
Management Research Methodology
6th semester
Interpersonal Communication
Business Ethics
Entrepreneurship Development
Business Law
Dissertation & Comprehensive Viva Voce
8th semester
Operation Research-II
Enterprise Resource Planning
Electives (Each student is required to offer
two papers each from two elective groups)
Group-A: Financial Management
Security Analysis & Investment Management
Portfolio Management
Management of Financial Services
Group-B: Human Resource Management
Human Resource Planning & Development
Compensation Management
Management of Training and Development
Group-C: Marketing Management
Consumer Behavior
Sales and Distribution Management
Brand Management
10th semester
Management in Practice (MIP)
Dissertation & Viva Voce
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1st Semester
law and Social Transformation in India
Indian constitutional Law:
The New Challenges
Optional group-Comparative
Criminal Procedure/Banking &
Negotiable Instruments
2nd Semester
Judicial Process
Legal Education and Research
Penology- Treatment of Offender/
Insurance Law
3rd Semester
a) Privileged Class Deviance & Collective
Violence and Criminal Justice System
b) Law of Industrial & Intellectual
a) Drug Addiction, Criminal Justice and
Human Rights
b) Corporate Finance
4th Semester
Juvenile in Confict with Law/Law of
Export Import Regulation Trade Law
Viva- Voce
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the day-to-day administration and management of the library is looked after by the Chief librarian
under the overall-supervision of the Director, Library as stipulated by the Academic Council.
The Library is completely housed in its own building and located centrally in the campus.
The library feeds all types of readers by borrowing books/Journals / Xerox copies of non-loanable
articles and journals from
national and other libraries on inter-library loan basis. The Library provides reprography and
documentation facilities to its readers. It has one Xerox machine at present (4 more will be
possessed within very short period of time). The charge of each photocopy is 50 paisa. Steps have
been taken for complete automation of library in near future.
Another unit of library has been opened temporarily in the Department of Bio-Technology, New
Working hours of the library is from 9 AM to 6 PM on every working day, except Saturday
and Sunday. However it remains closed on National holidays, University Foundation Day, Days of
Ganesh Puja and Saraswati Puja, Utkal Divas and Vice Chancellors discretional holidays.
a) Every employees of the university and the authorities of the university shall be the members
of the Dr. Hare krushna Mahatab Library.
b) Post-Graduate students will be enrolled as members of the library on the basis of the certifcate
of admission forwarded by the respective Departmental Heads.
The Fakir Mohan University Library
was established in 1999. It was named as Dr.
Harekrushna Mahatab Library on 11th July
2005 in the memory of Late Dr. Harekrushna
Mahatab, a great freedom fghter and ex-chief
minister of Orissa who hails from this locality.
As per rules lay down in the statutes of the
University, the Library Committee deals with
development plans and policies of the library
and frames relevant rules subject to approval
of the authorities of the University. However,
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1. In pursuance of Clause(f) of Sub-section (3) of Section 15 of the Universities Act 1 996, the
DR. HAREKRUSHNA MAHATAB-CENTRAL LIBRARY shall be managed by a Library Committee
consisting of the following members:
a) The Vice-Chancellor, the Registrar, the Comptroller of Finance, the Chairman Post Graduate
Council, the Development Offcer, and the Heads of the Post Graduate Teaching Departments
of the university as Ex-offcio members.
b) Two members to elect by the Academic Council but not including the additional members co-
opted on special occasions or for any particular purpose.
c) One person to be elected by the Syndicate from among its members.
d) One faculty member from the Post-Graduate Departments of the University nominated by the
Vice-Chancellor who shall be designated as Director of the University Library.
e) The Librarian of the University Library Shall be the Secretary of the- Committee.
2. The term of the members other than ex-offcio and nominated members shall be for a period
of two years provided that if a member ceases to be a member of the body of which he has
been elected he shall cease to be a member of the library Committee. The library Committee
shall be convened by the Chief librarian or in his absence by the person acting as Chief librarian
at least once in every year. Not more than one year should elapse between two consecutive
meetings of the library Committee.
1. Books may be taken out on loan by:
(i) Teachers, students, offcers and other permanent employees of the University.
(ii) Other universities, learned societies, and public libraries on term of reciprocity and with
the approval of the Library Committee.
2. Temporary and adhoc employees of the university may use the library but are not allowed
to borrow books unless they pay caution money as may be determined by the Library
3. The following table gives the classes of members and their respective privileges.
Class of Members No. of volumes Loan Period Caution Money
to be issued to be deposited
(a) Vice Chancellor & Teaching Staff 4 30 days Nil
(Professor / Readers / Lecturers)
(b) Chief Librarian / Asst. Librarian 3 15 days Nil
Administrative Staffs
(c) Offcers 3 30 days Nil
(Ministerial Staffs, Teaching Asst.,
Demonstrators, Junior Technical Asst)
(d) Attendants and all other declared
as class III staff. 2 15 days Nil
(e) Class IV staffs 1 15 days Nil
Students and Fellows
(f) Teacher fellow / Research Fellow 4 30 days Rs.1000/-
(g) P.G. Students 5 15 days Nil
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4. Every student enrolled to the P.G. Department of the University shall pay, at the time of
admission, Caution money of Rs. 300 which shall be deposited with the Central offce of the
University. The money so deposited shall be transferred to the University Library Fund.
5. Every application, to avail the Library facilities by the Teacher Fellow or Research Fellows,
should be recommended by the concerned Departmental Head.
6. Every Teacher Fellow or Research Fellow shall pay a sum of Rs. 1,000/ as caution money to
utilize the facilities of the library.
7. Post-Graduate students will be enrolled as a member of the Library on the basis of the
certifcates of admission forwarded by the respective Heads. No borrowers card will be
supplied to a student member unless the student produces the Identity Card and passport size
8. Every member shall be given borrowers card which will contain a passport size photograph of
the concerned student.
9. Borrowers card is not transferable.
10. If a member loses his borrowers card, he should immediately report this to the Chief Librarian
in writing and a duplicate borrowers card may be issued to him 1 her on payment of a fee
Rs.50 or any amount as may be decided by the Library Committee from time to time and on
submission of, passport size photograph. No borrowers card shall be issued in favor of anyone
who has not cleared pending library dues.
11. No student will be admitted to any University Examination unless he obtains a No Dues
certifcate from the Chief Librarian and no student shall be given a transfer certifcate without
producing Library Clearance.
12. To terminate his/ her membership, a member shall return to the Library all the books borrowed
by him/her along with his/her borrowers card to the Chief Librarian who will then give him/
her a certifcate of No Dues.
13. The caution money will be refunded by the Central Offce in case of student members and by
the Comptroller of Finance in case of other members.
14. Refund of Caution Money shall be made after deducting for the loss or damage of books and
periodicals and general damage of the library, if any.
15. The amount of general damage that may be deducted from the caution money shall be decided
by the Library Committee.
16. The University shall not settle the accounts of a member, (who does not pay any caution
money) without the production of a No Dues certifcate from the Chief Librarian.
17. Books borrowed by the members are not transferable.
18. Members shall appear in person to take books on loan.
19. If the date of return of a book taken on loan falls on a holiday of the University, the book
shall be returned on the next working day, except that in the case of Summer Vacation,
Puja and X-mas holidays, it should be returned on the 1st working day after the vacation or
holidays, as the case may be.
20. During vacation, students shall not be allowed to borrow books normally. In case of special
reasons the lending of library books will be considered in rare case with the recommendation
of the Heads of Concerned Departments.
21. Manuscript periodicals, dictionaries, books in reference section, rare books which might be
diffcult to replace and such other works .as may be declared as not to be taken out of the
Library by the Chief Librarian / Librarians shall not be lent out.
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22. Books which are temporarily in great demand may be lent for shorter period as may be
prescribed by the Chief Librarian / Librarians or may not be lent out at all.
23. Journals (current or back) are not to be issued to any borrower.
24. Any book on loan may be recalled by the Chief Librarian / Librarian at any time and shall
become on the day recalled by the Chief Librarian/ Librarian,
25. The borrower at the time of issuing of the book(s) is required to go through the pages of the
book(s) and give an undertaking in an Undertaking Slip that he/she will either replace the
book(s) or give the fne along with the cost of the book(s) If the book(s) is are either damaged
or pages torn.
26. If a book is not returned to the Library when due, an overdue charge of Rs. 1.00 per volume
per day shall be levied and no further books shall be issued until the overdue books are
27. If a book borrowed is lost by the borrower, then he/she shall inform the Chief Librarian in
writing immediately and is required to replace the book (same or higher edition) or if the
book is not available the borrower is required to give the four times the purchase price of the
book as recorded in the Accession Register.
28. A borrower shall be responsible for all books issued on his card.
29. The borrower has to give an undertaking slip (to be named as call slip) for remaining
responsible for any damage or tearing of the book.
30. There shall be stock verifcation of the University Library on an annual basis.
31. The manner of stock verifcation of Library assets done periodically shall be as decided by the
Library Committee.
32. A student shall produce his / her identity card whenever demanded in the Library.
33. Any infringement of the rules will render the privilege of admission to the library and borrowing
of books from the Library liable to forfeiture. Any other penalty may be imposed by the Vice-
Chancellor on a person who violates the rules as laid down.
34. Sticks, umbrellas, handbags, boxes and other receptacles, personal books and such other
articles as are prohibited by the Counter Clerk shall be left in the property counter.
35. No person shall disfgure damage or make any mark upon any book manuscript or map or any
other material belonging to the Library.
36. Tracing, mechanical or electronic reproduction shall be allowed subject to copy right act and
express permission from the Chief librarian / Librarian.
37. Reader responsible for any damage done to the books or other property belonging to the
Library shall not only be liable for a fne but also be required to replace such books or
other properties damaged or pay the present market price thereof. If one volume of a set is
damaged the whole set may be required to be replaced. Before leaving the Library, the reader
shall return to the Counter Clerk any book, manuscript or maps which he/she had taken for
consultation. Anyone infringing the rule shall be liable for any penalty.
38. The Librarian may refuse, under special circumstances, admission into the Library to any
person or the use of any book without assigning any reason thereof.
39. The Inter Library loan facilities may be granted to the libraries of other universities, learned
bodies, government departments and public libraries on terms of reciprocity to be approved
by the Library Committee.
40. The transit charges both ways shall be borne by the Borrowing library.
41. The Library will remain open on all working days and at the time to be notifed from time to
time. The loan of books will start from 11.00 a.m. and will close at 4.00 p.m.
42. Books cannot be on circulation under any circumstances before being classifed and
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The University has One Mens Hostel and one Womens Hostel at New Campus for the
students. Each hostel is under the supervision of a Superintendent, who is responsible for the
administration and discipline of the hostel.
1. A student admitted to any course in a Post-Graduate Department of the University shall be
under the direct disciplinary control of the Head of the Department and general administrative
control of the chairman, Post-Graduate Council.
An under taking shall be given by the student at the time of his admission to the course that
he agrees to abide by the rules of Post-Graduate Departments and if admitted to a Hostel, by
the rules of the Hostel and that he/she shall withdraw himself/herself from the University
Post-Graduate Departments and the Hostel should the appropriate authority decide that such
withdrawal is necessary in the interest of the Institution.
2. Students living in a Hostel shall be under the disciplinary control of the Superintendent or
Assistant Superintendent of the Hostel, and may be assigned to individual members of teaching
staff for such additional supervision as may be necessary. Students not living in hostels, or with
parents or with approved guardians shall be assigned to individual members of teaching staff
for disciplinary control and supervision, unless exempted by the Hostel Warden.
3. No Picnic on behalf of the hostel inmates will be allowed.
4. Hostel accommodation will be provided to students of all P.G. Departments depending upon
availability of seats in the Hostels.
5. Admission Procedure
a) Students seeking admission into the Hostel shall have to apply to the Head of the concerned
Department at the time of admission.
b) After the completion of admission in the P.G. Departments, the concerned HOD shall
forward such applications to the Warden, P.G. Hostels mentioning the position of the
student in the merit list of the admission separately for boys and girls.
c) The Warden shall distribute the hostel seats on proportional basis and notify the list of
students to be admitted in different Hostels and send the copies to the Superintendents,
Heads of the Departments and Chairman, P.G. Council.
d) The admission for the Hostel is for one academic session i.e. June to May only.
e) The selected students shall have to take admission in the Hostel allotted to them within
the scheduled date by paying the following fees for the session in the Hostel offce.
However, hostel seats if any laying vacant the Hostel Superintendent shall intimate the
vacancy position to the Warden, P.G. Hostels immediately.
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f) The Superintendent shall collect the prescribed fees/charges of Hostel and two passport
size photograph and Allot seat/room in the Hostel. The boarder shall have to receive
furniture and other material for his/her seat/ room from the Hostel. Once the hostel
admission is over, the Superintendents of all Hostels have to give the fnal boarder list
to the Warden, P.G. Hostels with a copy to the Chairman, P.G. Council. And all P.G.
6. The boarders are required to deposit the following fees in the Hostel
Head Total
a) Seat Rent : Rs.200/- per month 2400
b) Electricity charges Rs.100/- per month 1200
c) Water charges Rs.50/- per month 600
d) Admission fee : Rs.200/- (Annual) 200
e) Development fee : Rs.600/- (Annual) 600
f) Establishment fee : Rs.1200/- (Annual) 1200
g) Common Room Fee : Rs.100/- (Annual) 100
h) Fee for magazine, TV, Telephone, New Paper : Rs.150/- (Annual) 150
i) Mess Establishment fee : Rs.500/- (Annual) 500
j) Misc. student activities : Rs.300/- (Annual) 300
k) Hostel Caution Money : Rs.1000/- (Refundable) 1000
l) Mess Advance : Rs.1500/- 1500
Total Rs.9750
(Rupees Nine thousand seven hundred and ffty only)
The above charges are subject to change from time to time. A portion of the Hostel caution
money will be deducted at the time of refund. If the caution money is not claimed within 3 years
from the date of leaving the Hostel, the said amount will stand forfeited.
If the boarders during 2nd/3rd/4th /5th/6th Semester do not deposit their hostel fees (like Hostel
seat rent, Establishment, Mess advance etc.) in the hostel offce by the end of January/July/
January a fne @Rs.10/- per day for delay in payment shall be levied. This can be waived only by
the Warden under suffcient grounds.
7. Mess: boarder shall have to be abided by Mess rules to be framed by each Hostel.
8. At the end of the academic session, the borders, who want to leave the hostel are required to
apply for the same by 31st May to the Warden, failing which they have to bear all the hostel
dues for the next session.
9. Discipline: Boarders are expected to maintain discipline and proper atmosphere of studies in
the Hostel.
The following acts of indiscipline are strictly prohibited :
a) All kinds of shouting, violence, knocking and other act of undesirable movement of
behavior that is likely to cause disturbance or annoyance to others.
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b) Ragging of all kinds in the Hostel or in the University Departments and within or outside
the campus.
c) Any form of playing music and video system inside the room or the Hostel premises causing
annoyance to others.
d) Maltreating or abusing the Hostel employees, canteen staff and others.
e) Any meeting not relating to Hostel affairs held in the Hostel premises without prior
f) Keeping fre arms, weapons and intoxicants of any kind in the Hostel.
g) Cooking in the room of the Hostel.
h) The use of electric heater, immersion heater, radio and other similar electrical
i) Keeping the light and fan on when boarders are not inside the rooms.
j) Damaging, misusing and stealing of any hostel properties or stealing others belongings.
k) Entertaining female visitors into the room of the boarders in the Mens Hostel and male
visitors into the rooms of the Womens Hostel.
l) Overstaying in Hostel by the boarders without permission of the Hostel Superintendent.
Warden of Hostels
Superintendent Superintendent
Asst. Superintendent Asst. Superintendent
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Sports and Games
The P. G. Council is looking after the sports and games activities of the P. G. Teaching
Departments. The following facilities are available in the sports and games of this University.
One Cricket Ground
One Volley Ball Court
One Badminton Court
One Tennis Court
Two Multi gym (Separately Boys & Girls)
One Basket Ball Ground
Facilities like all type of sports materials are available for students. One Physical Education
Trainer appointed to instruct to the students and the custodian of the sports items including the
gymnasium and the playground etc. Certifcates and Medals are being awarded to meritorious
sports men and women. Students representing
University and inter University Sports and games
competitions are being provided with track suits
and blazers.
Banking facilities
The Students, teachers and employees
of the University avail core banking facility
from UCO Bank at New campus and other
Nationalized Banks at Balasore. Needy students
avail study loan from the nationalized banks on the recommendation of the University. The ATM
facility also exist in the new campus at Nuapadhi.
The Vehicle Shed
The University has constructed the Vehicle shed to provide protection to the 2 wheelers
and 4 wheelers of the employees and students of the University.
The University Canteen
The University has two canteens, one at old campus and other at new campus being
managed by private party. The University has provided the necessary infrastructure required
for the Canteen. The Canteens are supervised by a committee. This committee takes care of the
standard of food, cost of the food items and general cleanliness of the surroundings.
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Availability of Scholarships/ financial Aids
The students of the University enjoy various types of scholarships awarded by the National
Councils and State Government on the basis of the result of +3 Exams in Arts/Science/ Commerce.
Besides, Students pursuing Post Graduate courses in University P.G. Departments are eligible to
receive P.G. Merit Scholarship and Loan stipend awarded by the State Government.
Students Cultural Committee
There is a Cultural Committee for the PG students of the University. Its executive
Committee consists of 2 members (from each Department) who elect / select a General Secretary
and an Assistant General Secretary from among themselves. The Chairman, P.G. Council is the
President of the Cultural Committee. One senior faculty member is the Vice-President of the
Committee. The Vice-President advises the Students Cultural Committee and conducts various
events/ programmes.
Students Sports Committee
The P.G. Council has also a Sports Committee of which the Chairman, P.G. Council is the
President and one of the faculty members is nominated by the P.G. Council as the Vice-President.
The Sports Secretary and the Asst. Sports Secretary are indirectly elected by the students. The Vice-
President advises the Students Sports Committee and conducts various games and sports events.
National Service Scheme (NSS)
The Post Graduate Council has two NSS units under it. The units are supervised by Programme
Offcers appointed by the Vice Chancellor on the recommendation of the Chairman, PG Council
usually for a period of three years. Students may enroll themselves as volunteers of the NSS wing
after being admitted into the PG courses.
The University has constituted an anti-ragging committee to deal with ragging if any in
the university. The committee conducts surprise visits to the vulnerable points and also regularly
monitors the situation in the campus, hostels etc. Further, at the time of induction session, the
authority apprises the students of the dire consequences of ragging and advises the students to
maintain discipline in the department, hostels and campus etc. The University also decides that
if any incident of ragging comes to the notice of the authority concerned, the accused student
will be given an opportunity to explain and if his/her explanation is not satisfactory, the authority
would expel him/her from the institution as well as hostel if he/she is a boarder.
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a) Subject to the specific provisions mentioned against each course, in order to be eligible
for admission into any Post-Graduate course, a candidate should have passed three year
Degree Examination in Arts/Sciences/Commerce of F.M. University or any examination
recognized equivalent thereto by the Academic Council with Honours in the concerned
subject or having the concerned subject as a pass/elective subject with 50% marks in the
b) Candidates who have appeared at the qualifying examinations and the results of which are
awaited are also eligible to apply. However, they shall have to submit the Provisional Certifcate
and Mark Sheet of the qualifying examinations before the Entrance Test, otherwise their cases
for selection shall not be considered.
c) In case a candidate wants to apply for admission to more than one Department, he /she can do
so in flling up separate forms on payment of required fees and appearing at tests conducted
by the concerned Department.
B.Sc. with honours in Botany/Zoology or Botany/ Zoology as a pass subject with 50% marks in
a) Graduates with Honours in any Biological/ Chemical/ Physical/ Mathematical Sciences with
Biology at +2 level.
b) Graduates in any Biological/ Chemical/ Physical/ Mathematical Sciences with pass subjects with
50% marks inaggregate, excluding ancillary and foundation courses and should have Biology at
+2 level.
c) Graduate Degree with Medical/ Agriculture/ Pharmacology/ Marine Biology and Engineering are
eligible for admission to M.Sc. Biotechnology.
Environmental Science
a) Graduates with Honours in Agricultural Science / Marine Science & Oceanography/ Marine
Engineering /Botany / Chemistry / Environmental Science / Environmental Engineering /
Geology/ Physics/ Zoology/ Forestry/Micro Biology/ Mathematics.
b) Graduates having any of the above subjects as pass subject with 50% mark in aggregate,
excluding ancillary & foundation courses.
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Business Management
Admission into MBA programme is through JEE, Orissa. Vacant seats if any will be flled up
from the Odisha JEE qualifed candidates of the concerned year only.
Information and Communication Technology
a) Admission into MCA programme is through Odisha JEE. Vacant seats if any will be flled up from
the Orissa JEE qualifed candidates of the concerned year only.
b) Admission into M.Sc. (IT) programme is minimum B.A/B.Sc with Honours in Mathematic /
Physics / Statistics/Electronics/Computer Science/ICT/BCA. Graduates having any of the above
subjects as pass subject with 50% marks in aggregate.
Population Studies
Graduates with Hons. or Pass having 50% of marks in the aggregate.
Applied Physics and Ballistics
B.Sc.(Hons) in Physics / Mathematics or 50 % in aggregate in PCM combination at the
graduate stage excluding ancillary & foundation courses or Engineering.
Social Science
a) Graduates with Pol. Science/ Economics/ Sociology/ Anthropology/ Mathematics/ Psychology/
History/ Statistics as Hons Subject.
b) Graduates having any one of these above subjects as Pass/Elective subject with 50% of marks
in the aggregate, excluding ancillary & foundation courses.
M. Tech in Biotechnology
B.Tech in Biotechnology or B.Tech in Bioinformatics or M.Sc. in Bio-Sciences (any branch)
with at least 50% marks.
M.Tech in Bioinformatics
B.Tech. in Bioinformatics or B.Tech in Biotechnology or M.Sc. in Bio-Sciences (any branch)
with atleast 50% marks.
M.Tech. in Computer Science
Admission into M Tech programme is through JEE, Odisha. Vacant seats if any will be flled
up from the Odisha JEE qualifed candidates of the concerned year only.
M.Phil in Environmental Science
Minimum second class P.G. in Environmental Science/ Bio-sciences/ Botany, Zoology/
Physics/ Chemistry/ Geology and allied felds of life sciences.
M.Phil in Population Studies
Minimum Second class P.G. in Population Studies/ Demography/ Anthropology/ Economics/
Geography/Mathematics/ Pol.Sc./ Education/ Psychology/ Sociology/ Statistics & allied subjects.
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M.Phil in Political Science
Minimum second class P.G. in Political Science
M.Phil in Economics
Minimum second class P.G. in Economics
M.Phil in Sociology
Minimum second class P.G. in Sociology
M.Phil in History
Minimum second class P.G. in History
M.Phil in Odia
Minimum second class P.G. in Odia
MPhil (Physics)
P.G. in Physics / APAB having minimum second class.
3-year Executive MBA
Any graduate having minimum two years of managerial / working experience.
M.A. in Personnel Management & Industrial Relation (PMIR)
Any graduate with Honours or pass students with 45% mark in aggregate.
5-year Integrated MBA
Higher Secondary/+2 in any stream with 40% of mark in aggregate.
PG Diploma in Human Rights and Duties
Any Graduate
Any Graduate
Any graduate in commerce.
B.Sc. with honours. in Chemistry or Chemistry as a pass subject in PCM combination with
50% marks in aggregate excluding Ancillary and Foundation Course.
MSc. (Physics)
BSc. with Hons. In Physics / 50 % in aggregate in pass in PCM combination at Graduate
excluding AC / FC Courses.
Any law graduate.
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i) Twelve and Eight percent of seats in each course are reserved for candidates belonging to
Scheduled Tribes and Scheduled Castes respectively. However, the unflled seats required for
ST candidates may be flled up by admitting SC candidates and vice-versa. OBC and other
reserved categories of students will be admitted as per the Govt. of Odisha norms.
ii) Five percent of the total aggregate marks secured by the candidates shall be added to the
aggregate marks in qualifying examination in case of children of Ex-defence personnel and for
participants in the Inter University Sports and State team approved by the National Organization
( Provided that in order to be eligible for such concession under sports category the player
concerned should have participated in the respective competitions within two years prior to
the date of application for admission).
iii) One seat in each Department is reserved for physically handicapped candidates. Such candidates
are required to produce certifcates from the C.D.M.O. regarding their disability, subject to
minimum of 50%. The University may, in case of need, constitute a committee of specialists
after receiving all applications and listing the deformities involved to examine the candidates
physically to ascertain their claims. On the basis of the fnding, admission under PH category
may be considered. However, special consideration shall be made in respect of seats to be
reserved for PH category, in such cases where there are more than one applicant, to keep
coherence with reservation by 3% of seats as directed by the UGC.
iv) Special provision for Kashmiri migrant students:
Extension in date of admission by 30 days.
Relaxation in cut-off percentage up to 10% subject to a minimum eligibility
Increase in intake capacity up to 5% course-wise subject to a minimum of one seat.
Reservation of at least one seat in merit quota in technical / professional subjects.
Waiving of domicile requirements.
Facilitation of migration in second and subsequent years.
Application forms can be obtained from Dt. 01-06-2012:
In the P. G. Central Offce (Cash Counter) situated at the New Campus at Nuapadhi and Dr. H.
K. Mahatab Library situated at the Old Campus near Remuna Golai, Fakir Mohan University,
Balasore, Odisha between 11 AM and 2 PM on all working days on payment of Rs. 200/- in
Candidates can also download the application form from the University website www.
fmuniversity.nic.in and send the flled in application with crossed bank Draft of Rs. 200/- drawn
in favour of the Comptroller of Finance, Fakir Mohan University payable at Balasore towards
cost of the application form.
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Sl no Application to be submitted to For Regular For Self-Financing
Courses Courses
1 The Head M Sc M. Tech in
Deptt of Biosciences and Biotechnology Bio-Science Biotechnology
Fakir Mohan University,
Vyasa Vihar (New Campus), M Sc M. Tech in
At/P.O. Nuapadhi, Balasore -756020. Odisha Bio-tech Bioinformatics
2 The Head
Deptt of Information &
Communication Technology M Sc (IT)
Fakir Mohan University
Vyasa Vihar(old Campus)
At/ P.O. Januganj, Balasore -756019. Odisha
3 The Head
Deptt of Environmental Science M Sc M. Phil in
Fakir Mohan University, Environmental Environmental
Vyasa Vihar (New Campus), Science Science
At/P.O. Nuapadhi, M. Sc. in
Balasore -756020. Odisha Chemistry
4 The Course Coordinator PMIR/IMBA
Deptt of APAB Integrated MBA
Fakir Mohan University
Vyasa Vihar(old Campus) M.A. in PMIR
At/ P.O. Januganj, Balasore -756019. Odisha -

5 The Head M. Phil in
Deptt of Population Studies M A in Population
Fakir Mohan University, Population Studies
Vyasa Vihar (New Campus), Studies Master in
At/P.O. Nuapadhi, Balasore -756020. Odisha Social Work (MSW)
6 The Head
Deptt of Applied Physics and Ballistics M Sc M Sc in Physics
Fakir Mohan University Applied Physics
Vyasa Vihar(old Campus) and Ballistics M. Phil in Physics
At/ P.O. Januganj, Balasore -756019. Odisha
Application forms for different courses completed in all respects should be submitted by
hand or registered post as per addresses given below:
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7 The Head
Deptt of Social Science M A Social Sc. M. Phil in Pol. Sc
Fakir Mohan University, (Pol. Sc/ M. Phil in Economics
Vyasa Vihar (New Campus), Economics/ M. Phil in Sociology
At/P.O. Nuapadhi, Balasore -756020. Odisha Sociology) P.G. Dip in Human
Rights & Duties
M. A. in Odia
M. A. in English
8 The Course Coordinator
Executive MBA/ Commerce Executive MBA
Deptt of Business Management
Fakir Mohan University M. Com.
Vyasa Vihar(old Campus)
At/ P.O. Januganj, Balasore -756019. Odisha

9 The Course Coordinator
M Phil (Odia) M Phil (Odia)
Fakir Mohan University,
Vyasa Vihar (New Campus),
At/P.O. Nuapadhi, Balasore -756020. Odisha
10 The Course Coordinator
M Phil (History) M Phil (History)
Fakir Mohan University,
Vyasa Vihar (New Campus),
At/P.O. Nuapadhi, Balasore -756020. Odisha
11 The Course Coordinator, LLM
Balasore Law College, LLM
Balasore, Odisha
The applicant should check the following before submission of his / her application.
i) The application should be completed in all respects.
ii) Application form should be flled in by the applicant in his/ her own hand writing.
iii) The applicant must mention in Capital Letters at the top right hand corner in front page of
application form whether he/she belongs to SC/ST/ Physically Handicapped or any other
reserved category.
iv) The Declaration Form should be duly flled in and signed by the applicant.
v) The undertaking form should be duly flled in and signed by the applicant or his / her father
or natural guardian, as the case may be.
vi) Attested copies of Mark sheets and Certifcates of all examinations starting from H.S.C. should
be submitted for determining eligibility / career marks.
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Sl no Crossed Demand Draft for entrance/ Regular Self-Financing Amount of
processing fees be drawn in favour of Courses Courses draft
1 The Head, Deptt of Biosciences and M Sc M. Tech in Rs.300 for
Biotechnology Bio-Science Biotechnology each
Fakir Mohan University, Balasore M Sc M. Tech in
Bio-technology Bioinformatics

2 The Head
Deptt of Information & M Sc (IT) - Rs.300 for
Communication Technology each
Fakir Mohan University, Balasore
3 The Head
Deptt of Environmental Science M Sc M. Phil Env. Sc. Rs.300 for
Fakir Mohan University, Balasore Env. Science M. Sc. Chemistry each
4 The Head
Deptt of Business Management M. Com. Rs.100
Fakir Mohan University, Balasore

5 The Course Coordinator, PMIR
Fakir Mohan University, Balasore M.A. in PMIR Rs.100
6 The Course Coordinator, Integrated MBA
Fakir Mohan University, Balasore Integrated MBA Rs.100
vii) Original Cash receipt of Rs. 200/- in support of purchase of application form.
viii) Crossed bank Draft of Rs. 200/- drawn in favour of the Comptroller of Finance, Fakir Mohan
University payable at Balasore towards cost of the application form for those, who have
downloaded the application form from the University website.
ix) Attested copy of the caste certifcate in respect of SC/ST candidates from a Revenue Offcer
not below the rank of Tahasildar or M.L.A. /M.P. or D.W.O, in absence of which the candidates
will not be eligible to get concession allowed to SC/ST candidates.
x) Attested copy of the certifcate from CDMO regarding his/her disability for a minimum of 50
% (in case of physically handicapped candidates).
xi) Attested copies of certifcates obtained from competent authority must be submitted in case
of candidates claiming concession towards reservation under any other reserved category.
xii) Two attested recent passport size photographs of the candidate.
xiii) A crossed Bank Draft or Bankers cheque for Rs.300/- (Rupees three hundred only) drawn
in favour of the Head of concerned Departments/Course Coordinators (as per list given
below) payable at Balasore towards fee for Entrance Test. However, applicants for EMBA/
PMIR/Integrated MBA programme should deposit a crossed BD/BC for Rs. 100/- in favour of
concerned Course Coordinators (as per list given below), towards processing fee.
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7 The Head
Deptt of Population Studies M A Population M. Phil in Pop. St. Rs.300 for
Fakir Mohan University, , Balasore Studies MSW each

8 The Head M Sc
Deptt of Applied Physics and Ballistics Applied Physics M. Sc. Physics
Fakir Mohan University, Balasore and Ballistics M. Phil. Physics Rs.300

9 The Head M A Pol. Sc/ M. Phil in Pol. Sc Rs.300 for
Deptt of Social Science Economics/ M. Phil in Economics each
Fakir Mohan University, Balasore Sociology M. Phil in Sociology
P.G. Dip in Human
Rights & Duties
M. A. in Odia Rs.100 each
M. A. in English

10 The Course Coordinator, Executive MBA
Fakir Mohan University, Balasore Executive MBA Rs.100
11 The Course Coordinator, M Phil (Odia)
Fakir Mohan University, Balasore M Phil (Odia) Rs.300
12 The Course Coordinator, M Phil (History)
Fakir Mohan University , Balasore M Phil (History) Rs.300
13 The Course Coordinator, LLM
Balasore Law College, LLM Rs.100
Balasore, Odisha
xiv) The envelope containing the application form complete in all respects must be super scribed
Application for admission into ...... (Name of Courses applying for).
xv) Two self-addressed unstamped envelopes of 10 x 4 size.
xvi) The last date for submission of application form duly flled in with all the required documents
for all Regular Courses and Integrated MBA/ Executive MBA/ MA in PMIR will be 06.07.2012 and
for all SFC Courses will be 28.07.2012 up to 4.00 p.m.
xvii) Incomplete application forms shall be summarily rejected.
xviii)The authority reserves the right to reject any or all applications without assigning any reasons
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Entrance Date Subject Time Venue
10.08.2012 M.Phil in Environmental Science 11 AM to 12 Noon Nuapadhi Campus
M.Tech in Bioinformatics
M.Phil in Population Studies
M.Phil. in Political Science/
Economics/ Sociology 2 PM to 3 PM
M. Sc. in Physics 11 AM to 12 Noon Old Campus
(Near Remuna Golai)
11.08.2012 M. Sc. in Chemistry 11 AM to 12 Noon Nuapadhi Campus
M.Tech in Biotechnology
M. Phil. in Physics 11 AM to 12 Noon Old Campus
M. Phil. in Odia (Near Remuna Golai)
M. Phil. in History 2 PM to 3 PM
(i) The Entrance Examination for admission to the following Regular P G courses will be held as per
the programme mentioned below.
Entrance Date Subject Time Venue
13.07.2012 Bio-technology 11 AM to 12 Noon Nuapadhi Campus
Bio-Science 02 PM to 03 PM
Population Studies 11 AM to 12 Noon
14.07.2012 Information & Communication 11 AM to 12 Noon Old Campus
Technology (IT) (Near Remuna Golai)
Applied Physics and Ballistics 02 PM to 03 PM
Environmental Science 11 AM to 12 Noon Nuapadhi Campus
Social Science 11 AM to 12 Noon
(ii) The Entrance Examination for admission to the following Self-Financing courses will be held as
per the programme mentioned below.
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H.S.C. First Division - 6 Second Division - 4.5 Third Division - 3
+2 Arts/Sc/Com First Division - 9 Second Division - 7 Third Division - 5
+3 (Hons) Marks Secured in Honours subject
x 15
Maximum Marks in Honours subject
+3 (Pass) Marks secured excluding F.C & A.C
x 10
Maximum Marks in pass subject excluding F.C & A.C
BE/ B.Tech Marks secured
X 35
Maximum Marks
a) Admission cannot be claimed as a matter of right.
b) Selection for admission into different courses shall be made on the basis of career marks/
career marks and performance in the entrance test, as the case may be. For PG admission, the
weightage for career and entrance test shall be 30% and 70% respectively. However, for M.Phil
and M.Tech admission, the weightage for career and entrance test shall be equal i.e. 50%
each. Absence of a candidate in the entrance test shall disqualify him/her for admission. The
entrance written test will cover the pass syllabus of the subject in the qualifying examination
of Fakir Mohan University along with general questions.
c) While calculating career mark, weightage will be given to candidates having secured Honours
in the concerned subject only. Honours in other subjects shall be put at par with pass course.
d) Formula for calculating career marks for admission into P.G. Courses:
e) Formula for calculating career marks for admission in to Self Financing Courses:
for M.Phil. Programmes
H.S.C. First Division - 6 Second Division - 4.5 Third Division - 3
+2 Arts/Sc/Com First Division - 9 Second Division - 7 Third Division - 5
+3 (Hons) Marks Secured in Honours subject
x 15
Maximum Marks in Honours subject
+3 (Pass) Marks secured excluding F.C & A.C
x 10
Maximum Marks in pass subject excluding F.C & A.C
P.G. Marks secured
X 20
Maximum Marks
for M. Tech in Computer Science/Biotechnology/Bioinformatics
General stream i.e. HSC, +2, +3 and M.Sc/MCA.
The procedure adopted for awarding marks in M.Phil shall be applicable.
Technical stream i.e. HSC, +2, B.E./B.Tech.
The marks awarded up to +2 level shall be as it is and for BE/B. Tech the procedure for
calculation of marks will be as follows;
Marks secured
x 35
Maximum Marks
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Executive MBA
Academic Career and length of managerial / working experience
Selection for admission shall be made on the basis of qualifying examination marks.
Integrated MBA
Selection for admission shall be made on the basis of qualifying examination marks.
M. Com.
Selection for admission shall be made on the basis of qualifying examination marks
Selection for admission shall be made on the basis of qualifying examination marks
M. A. (Odia)
Selection for admission shall be made on the basis of qualifying examination marks
M. A. (English)
Selection for admission shall be made on the basis of qualifying examination marks
Within 24 hours from the time of the entrance examination
P. G. Regular Courses
(Both Merit and Waitlisted candidates) 16.07.2012
IMBA/ Ex MBA/ PMIR 12.07.2012
Other SFC Courses 14.08.2012
First Selection 11AM-2PM 24.07.2012
All Regular Courses
Reporting For waiting Candidates 11AM-1PM 26.07.2012
Publication of merit list of above
(Subject to availability of seats) 2.30PM 26.07.2012
Date of second admission By 3.30pm 27.07.2012
First Selection 11AM-2PM 19.07.2012

Reporting For waiting Candidates 11AM-1PM 20.07.2012
Publication of merit list of above
(Subject to availability of seats) 2.30PM 20.07.2012
Date of second admission By 3.30pm 21.07.2012
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First Selection 11AM-2PM 22.08.2012
All other
Reporting For waiting Candidates 11AM-1PM 23.08.2012 Self-Financing
Publication of merit list of above Courses
(Subject to availability of seats) 2.30PM 23.08.2012
Second Selection By 3.30pm 24.08.2012
For all Regular Courses : 02-08-2012

For Self-Financing Courses
IMBA/Ex.MBA/MA (PMIR) : 26.07.2012
Other Courses : 30.08.2012
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Fees M.Sc (IT)/ MBA M.Sc M. Sc M A M. Sc
MCA Bio-tech Env. Sc/ Population Applied
Bio Science Studies/Eco/ Phy &
Pol. Sc/ Ballistics
1st Semester 16, 595 16, 595 23, 095 9, 595 7, 095 15, 595
2nd Semester 12, 580 12, 580 19, 080 5, 580 3, 080 11, 580
3rd Semester 15, 245 15, 245 21, 745 8, 245 5, 745 14, 245
4th Semester M. Sc (IT)
12,920 12, 920 19, 420 5, 920 3, 420 11, 920
MCA 12,580
5th Semester 15, 245 For MCA only
6th Semester 1, 130
N.B.: Besides the course fee the students should, however, pay Rs. 1,000/- (Rupees one
thousand) only towards the seminar fee for one year in a separate Bank draft in favour of Seminar
Chairman of the concerned Department at the time of admission / re-admission as the case may
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Semester/ MPhil M.Phil ` Executive M.Tech M.Tech P.G. 5 Year MA
Year Odia/ Env. Sc./ MBA Bio Tech./ Computer Diploma Integrated (PMIR)
(for IMBA) History Pop. (In Rs.) Bio Sc. in HRD MBA
(in Rs.) Studies/ Informatics (in Rs.) (in Rs.)
Economics/ (in Rs.)
Pol. Sc./
(in Rs.)
1st 25340 13,525 20000 28,000 25,000 14,070 25,460 30360
2nd 10,865 25,000 25,000 25,310
3rd NA NA 20000 28,000 25,000 NA 25,310 30550
4th NA NA 25,340 25,340 NA 25,310
5th NA NA 20340 NA NA NA 25,650 NA
fEE STRUCTURE fOR NEW SELf fINANCING COURSES (Excluding Examination fees)
1st Sem 2nd Sem 3rd Sem 4th Sem
(In Rs.) (In Rs.) (In Rs.) (In Rs.)
LLM 10,000 10,000
M. Sc. Physics 15500 12500 15500 12500
M. Phil Physics 23, 000 - -
M. Com 18,000 18,000
MSW 18,000 18,000
M. Sc. Chemistry 15500 12500 15500 12500
M. A. (Odia) 8000 5000 8000 5000
M. A. (English) 8000 5000 8000 5000
N.B:Besides the course fee the students have toe pay Rs.1,000/- each (Rupees One Thousand only)
towards the seminar fee for one year in a separate Bank draft drawn in favour of Chairman of the
concerned Departmental Seminar at the time of admissin/readmission.
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In exercise of the powers conferred by Clause (g) of Sub-Section (1) of Section 26 of the
University Grants Commission Act, 1956, the University Grants Commission hereby makes the
following Regulations, namely-
These regulations shall be called the UGC Regulations on Curbing the Menace of Ragging
in Higher Educational Institutions, 2009.
They shall come into force with immediate effect.
They shall apply to all the universities established or incorporated by or under a Central Act, a
Provincial Act or a State Act, to all institutions deemed to be university under Section 3 of the UGC
Act, 1956, to all other higher educational institutions, including the departments, constituent
units and all the premises (academic, residential, sports, canteen, etc) of such universities,
deemed universities and other higher educational institutions whether located within the campus
or outside, and to all means of transportation of students whether public or private.
To root out ragging in all its forms from universities, colleges and other educational
institutions in the country by prohibiting it by law, preventing its occurrence by following the
provisions of these Regulations and punishing those who indulge in ragging as provided in these
Regulations and the appropriate law in force.
Ragging means the following: Any conduct whether by words spoken or written or by an
act which has the effect of teasing, treating or handling with rudeness any other student, indulging
in rowdy or undisciplined activities which causes or is likely to cause annoyance, hardship or
psychological harm or to raise fear or apprehension thereof in a fresher or a junior student will
not in the ordinary course and which has the effect of causing or generating a sense of shame or
embarrassment so as to adversely affect the physique or psyche of a fresher or a junior student.
Abetment to ragging;
Criminal conspiracy to rag;
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Unlawful assembly and rioting while ragging;
Public nuisance created during ragging;
Violation of decency and morals through ragging;
Injury to body,causing hurt or grievous hurt;
Wrongful restraint;
Wrongful confnement;
Use of criminal force;
Assault as well as sexual offences or unnatural offences;
Criminal trespass;
Offences against property;
Criminal intimidation;
Attempt to commit any or all of the above mentioned offences against the victim(s);
Physical or psychological humiliation;
All other offences following from the defnition of Ragging.
The institution shall strictly observe the provisions of the act of the Central Government and
the State Governments, if any, or if enacted, considering ragging as a cognizable offence under
the law on a par with rape and other atrocities against women and ill-treatment of persons
belonging to the SC/ST, and prohibiting ragging in all its forms in all institutions.
Ragging in all its forms shall be totally banned in the entire institution, including its departments,
constituent units, all it premises (academic, residential, sports, canteen, etc) whether located within
the campus or outside and in all means of transportation of students whether public or private.
The institution shall take strict action against those found guilty of ragging and/or of abetting
Depending upon the nature and gravity of the offence as established by the Anti-Ragging
Committee of the institution, the possible punishments for those found guilty of ragging at the
institution level shall be any or any combination of the following:
Suspension from attending classes and academic privileges;
Withholding/Withdrawing scholarship/fellowship and other benefts;
Debarring from appearing in any test/examination or other evaluation process;
Withholding results;
Debarring from representing the institution in any regional, national or international meet,
tournament, youth festival, etc;
Suspension/ expulsion from the hostel;
Cancellation of admission;
Rustication from the institution for period from 1 to 4 semesters;
Expulsion from the institution and consequent debarring from admission to any other institution
for a specifc period
Fine regarding between Rupees 25,000/- and rupees 1 lakh;
Collective punishment: When the persons committing or abetting the crime of ragging are not
identifed, the institution shall resort to collective punishment.
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Sl. No Name of the Festival Date Day Nos of Days
1. Makar Sankranti 14-01-2012 Saturday 01
2. Subash Bose Jayanti 23-01-2012 Monday 01
3. Republic Day 26-01-2012 Thursday 01
4. Basanta Panchami / Saraswati Puja 28-01-2012 Saturday 01
5. Birth Day of Prophet Mohammad 06-02-2012 Monday 01
6. Maha Shivaratri 20-02-2012 Monday 01
7. Panchayat Raj Divas 05-03-2012 Monday 01
8. Dola Purnima / Holi 08-03-2012 Thursday Day 03
to 09-03-2012 to Friday
9. Good Friday 06-04-2012 Friday 01
10 Maha Visubha Sankranti 13-04-2012 Friday 01
11 Dr. B.R. Ambedkar Jayanti 14-04-2012 Saturday 01
12 Summer Vacation 17-05-2012 to Thursday to 30
20-06-2012 Wednesday (Excluding Sunday)
13 Ratha Yatra 21-06-2012 Thursday 01
14 Rakshya Bandhana 01-08-2012 Wednesday 01
15 Janmastami 09-08-2012 Thursday 01
16 Independence Day 15-08-2012 Wednesday 01
17 Id-Ul-Fitre 20-08-2012 Monday 01
18 Ganesh Puja 19-09-2012 Wednesday 01
19 Nuakhai 20-09-2012 Thursday 01
20 Gandhi Jayanti 02-10-2012 Tuesday 01
21 Mahalaya 15-10-2012 Monday 01
22 Durga Puja & Dasahara 22-10-2012 Monday to 05
to 26-10-2012 Friday
23 Id-Ul-Zuha 27-10-2012 Saturday 01
24 Kumar Purnima 29-10-2012 Monday 01
25 Laxmi Puja 30-10-2012 Tuesday 01
26 Kali Puja / Diwali 12-11-2012 to Monday to
13-11-2012 Tuesday 02
27 Rahasa Purnima 28-11-2012 Wednesday 01
28 Prathamastami 07-12-2012 Friday 01
29 X-Mas Holi Days 24 -12-2012 Monday to 06
to 29-12-2012 Saturday
Total 69 Days
57 FMU | Prospectus | 2012-13
Sl. No Name of the Festival Date Day of the Week No of Days
1. Foundation Day of Bramha Samaj 25-01-2012 Wednesday 01
2. Day following Sivaratri 21-02-2012 Tuesday 01
3. Mahavir Jayanti 05-04-2012 Thursday 01
4. Easter Saturday 07-04-2012 Saturday 01
5. Akhaya Trutiya 24-04-2012 Tuesday 01
6. Birth Day of Utkal 28-04-2012 Saturday 01
Gourav Madhusudan Das
7. Bahuda Yatra 29-06-2012 Friday 01
8. Nanda Utsav 10-08-2012 Friday 01
9. Sab-e-Qadr 16-08-2012 Thursday 01
10. Anla Navami 22-11-2012 Thursday 01
Total 10
The Teaching and Non-teaching employees of the offce of the P.G. Departments and P.
G. Central Offce may avail one optional holiday on any one of the festival / occasion /
commemorative days as listed above.