Saturday, February 21, 2015


The Pioneer, Feb 21, 2015
Saturday, 21 February 2015 | PNS | BHUBANESWAR | in Bhubaneswar
As many as 916 sanctioned posts of Lecturers, including 546 at 19 Government Autonomous Colleges and 370 at 17 non-Government aided Autonomous Colleges are lying vacant in the State, informed Higher Education Pradeep Panigrahy to the State Assembly on Thursday. 
Replying to a query of BJP MLA Dilip Ray, the Minister stated that of the total 370 vacant posts at the 17 non-Government aided Autonomous Colleges, Kendrapada Autonomous College tops the list with 45 vacant posts followed by 43 at Nayagarh Autonomous College, 33 at Banki Autonomous College, 31 at SVM Autonomous College in Jagatsinghpur, six at Kharial Autonomous College, 20 at Salepur Autonomous College, 22 at DAV Autonomous College at Tilagarh, 25 at Karanjia Autonomous College, 22 at Byasanagar Autonomous College, 18 at Nirakarpur DAV Autonomous College, 10 at PN College, Khordha, 13 at Nimapada, 15 at Hinjilikatu and 19 at Rayagada Autonomous College.  
Of the total 546 vacant posts at 19 Government Autonomous Colleges Rourkela (Govt) Autonomous Colleges faces shortage of 34 lecturers followed by 51 each at Gangadhar Meher Autonomous and Bhadrak Autonomous College, 31 at Angul, 25 at Fakir Mohan Autonomous College at Baleswar, 31 at Dhenkanal, 33 at MKCH Autonomous College at Parlakhemundi, 40 at Khallikote, 13 at SBR Women’s Autonomous College, 34 at Bhawanipatna, 21 Jajpur MC Autonomous College, 22 at Phulbani Autonomous College, 20 at Keonjhar DD College, 19 at Jeypore Bikramdev College, 31 at MPC College, Baripada, 18 at Samanta Chandrasekhar Autonomous College at Puri and eight each at BJB and Ramadevi Autonomous Colleges.

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