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Centurion University of Technology and Management COPYRIGHT NOTICE All Rights Reserved. No part of the document can be reproduced or used in any form or by any means without prior written consent from the University. The Copyright on materials in this handbook is owned by Centurion University of Technology and Management.

DISCLAIMER NOTICE The Student Handbook is meant primarily to provide a perspective to the new comers, the exact guidelines and regulations may change from time to time. The information provided in the Handbook is subject to change with time and with changes in rules and policies of Centurion University of Technology and Management. Students are encouraged to be alert to official notifications for the same. The information contained in this handbook holds true as on July 1, 2011.

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Centurion University of Technology and Management Table of Contents


MESSAGE FROM THE VISITOR- HIS EXCELLENCY, GOVERNOR OF ODISHA............................6 MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT, CHAIRMAN OF JITM TRUST...................................................7 MESSAGE FROM THE VICE PRESIDENT, MANAGING TRUSTEE OF THE JITM TRUST.............8 MESSAGE FROM THE VICE CHANCELLOR.........................................................................................9 1.OVERVIEW OF CUTM...............................................................................................................11 1.1. 1.2. 1.3. 1.4. 1.5. An Introduction..............................................................................................................................11 Mission ..........................................................................................................................................11 . Vision.............................................................................................................................................11 Values............................................................................................................................................12 Key Principles Quality and Anti-Ragging..................................................................................12

1.5.1. Quality Principle............................................................................................................................12 1.5.2. Anti Ragging Principle..................................................................................................................12 1.6. 1.7. Members of Governing Board.......................................................................................................13 Organogram and Key Officers.......................................................................................................18

1.7.1. Organogram...................................................................................................................................18 1.7.2. Key Officers...................................................................................................................................19 1.8. 1.9. 1.10. Culture, Sports Responsibility.......................................................................................................20 Constituent Institutes.....................................................................................................................21 Awards and Achievements............................................................................................................21

2.ACADEMIC REGULATIONS AND POLICIES........................................................................26 2.1. Registration, Selection of Courses and Time Table.......................................................................27

2.1.1. University Registration Card.........................................................................................................27 2.1.2. Subject-wise Registration..............................................................................................................27 2.1.3. Time Table for Instructions...........................................................................................................27 2.2. Grading System .............................................................................................................................28 .

2.2.1. Categorization of Grades and Their Correlation............................................................................28 2.2.2. Definition of terms.........................................................................................................................29 2.2.3. Grade Point Average......................................................................................................................29 2.3. Examination Policy........................................................................................................................30

2.3.1. Eligibility for Examinations...........................................................................................................30

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2.3.2. Examination Rules.........................................................................................................................31 2.3.3. Examination Code of Conduct.......................................................................................................32 2.4. 2.5. Attendance Policy..........................................................................................................................37 Procedures for Issue and Modification of Certificates ..................................................................38 .

3.UNIVERSITY ACADEMIC SERVICES.....................................................................................40 3.1. Library Service..............................................................................................................................40

3.1.1. Library Regulations.......................................................................................................................41 3.2. IT Support......................................................................................................................................42

3.2.1. Internet Facility..............................................................................................................................42 3.2.2. Computing Facility........................................................................................................................42 3.2.3. Online Course Material and ERP...................................................................................................42 3.2.4. Printing and Reprographics Facility..............................................................................................42 3.3. 3.4. 3.5. Study Material ...............................................................................................................................42 . Tutorial Classes .............................................................................................................................43 . Industry Interface...........................................................................................................................43

3.5.1. School of Technology....................................................................................................................43 3.5.2. School of Management..................................................................................................................47 4.UNIVERSITY NON-ACADEMIC SERVICES............................................................................49 4.1. Hostel Facility................................................................................................................................49

4.1.1. Hostel Rules...................................................................................................................................50 4.2. Dining Services..............................................................................................................................53

4.2.1. Central Mess..................................................................................................................................53 4.2.2. Cafeteria and Co-operative Stores.................................................................................................53 4.3. 4.4. Health Coverage............................................................................................................................53 Campus Shuttle Bus Service..........................................................................................................53

5.CAMPUSES..................................................................................................................................54 5.1. Campus @ Parlakhemundi ............................................................................................................54 .

5.1.1. Schools...........................................................................................................................................54 5.1.2. Curricular and Extra Curricular Activities.....................................................................................54 5.1.3. Campus Facilities...........................................................................................................................55 5.2. Campus @ Bhubaneswar...............................................................................................................57

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5.2.1. Schools...........................................................................................................................................57 5.2.2. Curricular and Extra Curricular Activities.....................................................................................57 5.2.3. Campus Facilities...........................................................................................................................58 6.SCHOOLS AND PROGRAMMES..............................................................................................59 6.1. School of Technology....................................................................................................................60

6.1.1. Departments and Streams..............................................................................................................60 6.2. School of Management..................................................................................................................66

6.2.1. Programme.....................................................................................................................................67 7.ACTS OF SERIOUS MISCONDUCT..........................................................................................69 7.1. 7.2. 7.3. 7.4. 7.5. 7.6. 7.7. 7.8. 7.9. 7.10. Ragging..........................................................................................................................................69 Plagiarism......................................................................................................................................73 Student Behaviour .........................................................................................................................73 . Consumption of Alcoholic Beverages...........................................................................................73 Assault or Threat to Assault...........................................................................................................73 Vandalism......................................................................................................................................73 Theft or Unauthorized Possession.................................................................................................74 Sexual Harassment.........................................................................................................................74 Misuse of Electronics Equipment..................................................................................................74 False or Baseless Allegation against Faculty Members.................................................................75

8.STUDENTS DISCIPLINARY MEMO .......................................................................................75 . 9.GRIEVANCE REDRESSAL AUTHORITIES.............................................................................75 10.CUTM WISHES GOOD LUCK!!...............................................................................................76 11.APPENDIX................................................................................................................................77 11.1. 11.2. 11.3. 11.4. 11.5. Faculty at School of Technology...................................................................................................77 Faculty at School of Management.................................................................................................89 Important Contacts.........................................................................................................................90 List of Holidays.............................................................................................................................94 Road-Map......................................................................................................................................95

11.5.1. Road Map to Parlakhemundi Campus...........................................................................................95 11.5.2. Road Map to Bhubaneswar Campus..............................................................................................96

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Centurio Universit of Technology and M on ty Managemen nt MESS SAGE FRO THE VISITOR- HI EXCELL OM IS LENCY, GO OVERNOR OF ODISH HA I am glad to know that C Centurion Un niversity for Technology and r y Management will comm M t mence its 1stt Batch of 2 2011-12 B. Tech and a MBA Ac cademic session at Bhub baneswar an Parlakhem nd mundi campus short c tly. Centurion U C University, in a very sh n hort time, h been ab to has ble create its ow distinct i c wn identity. Inn novation is the key wo at ord Centurion. E C Experimentin with new ideas and g ng generating qu uality employment opportunity are the ha e y allmarks of t institutio It the on. not n only shap the futur of qualified young bo and girls but pes re oys s, al empowe tribal as well as rur communities through various sk enhance lso ers ral h kill ement pr rogrammes. This is the beginning o a great jo of ourney and I hope, with the vision of its h President Pro Mukti. K Mishra, C of. K. Centurion wi set exam ill mples that oth hers will love to em mulate elsew where. I wish the endeavour all success. r

(Murlidh C. Bhand har dare) Governor of Odisha State r

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Centurio Universit of Technology and M on ty Managemen nt MESSAG FROM T GE THE PRESI IDENT, CH HAIRMAN O JITM T OF TRUST We are delig ghted to present you the Cent turion Uni iversity of T Technology a Manage and ement (Cent turion Uni iversity). W aspire to consolidate Cent We turion Uni iversity as a truly rema arkable place with expe e, ertise acro a wide ra oss ange of disc ciplines and superb acad demic atm mosphere. As a student i Centurion University, you s in n will be w working with academic s h staff who are well recogn e nized in thei fields of s ir study- academ mics, who are committed to seeing you succeed an will help you develop your ideas knowledge and t u nd p s, e nding. We hope to buil Centurion University brick by brick not onl as a hom for h ld n y ly me understan research and educati but also as an institu ion ution which provides op pportunities for growth to all students from across the social canvas. Ce l enturion Un niversity has attracted s s students from all m sections o society, good minds a the best of faculty si of g and ince its incep ption in 2005 5. A group of scholars left Xavier I Institute of M Management; Bhubaneswar took up the challen of p nge building on an ailing institution in Gajapati district, wh g hich has now become th most pref w he ferred destinatio of aspirin engineers and manag on ng s gement grad duates. The U University t through its s social outreach entity (Gram Tarang) w strive to deliver exp m will o perience based learning and be a cat talyst to create nano-mini-m micro entrep preneurs who would add real time value to socie At Cent o d ety. turion ty, ough; we of a lot and expect a lo We also inspire stud ffer d ot. dents and ins in stil Universit we are to them a se ense of conf fidence, com mmitment, ab bility and mo otivation to r reach out for great rewa ards invigorat ting intellec ctual satisfa action and a capability much sou y ught after b employers in by academia and industr a ry. Centurion University will be a gr place to be in. Havin lush green hills in the background and n y reat ng e d immaculate green la awns, situat in the h ted historic tow of Parlak wn khemundi, t Universi is the ity stunningl beautiful but there is more to it than just its beauty! ly

Prof. (Dr Mukti Ka Mishra r.) anta


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Centurio Universit of Technology and M on ty Managemen nt MESSA AGE FROM THE VICE PRESIDE M E ENT, MANAGI ING TRUST TEE OF TH JITM TRUST HE Dear Stu udents Let me w welcome you all to the C u Centurion fa amily. We are happy to have yo here in y y ou your Univer rsity. You will have the proud privilege of being the f e f first batch to have t taken admission in Cent turion Unive ersity. Its constitue college, JITM, Parlakhemundi has more ent than 14 years of existence. T e The other c constituent CIT, niversity has plans to exp pand to othe areas of Odisha er college, C Jatni is three years old. The Un like Raya agada and Bolangir. In d course, it will extend its reach to the neighbo due t d o ouring states s. It is perti inent perhap to outline as to how th universit tries to differentiate it ps his ty tself from ot thers. Quality t teaching lear rning processes, research and facult quality is definitely th bedrock o any h, ty he of institution of learning However, unfortunate many wo class ins g. ely, orld stitutions ha very big walls ave built arou them. Why should we have in und W nstitutes of e excellence su urrounded b abject po by overty and socia neglect? Should not institutions strive to bri al S idge this div vide? This u university tri to ies address t growth and equity d this a debate in the Indian econ nomy. Centu urion emerge out of our deep es belief tha institution can and m integrate with local communitie and becom economic and at ns must e es me c social development hubs; especia those in places like P h ally Parlakhemun ndi. t eep desire, Gram Tara ang was bo orn. Gram T Tarang, whi ich is the sister It is out of this de organizat tion of CU UTM, strives to create sustainable models t e e that effectiv vely address the s employab bility gaps at the botto of the p om pyramid thro ough a blen of forma and vocat nd al tional education Gram Ta n. arang is the difference, the differen ntiation and the cause which Cent d turion espouses. Centurion is the India deep inside Bharat. W encourage all our stu a e We e udents to bec come relevant to Bharat an get into s nd serious engagement with their envir h ronment thro ough this veh hicle. our self surroundings. Enjoy yo stay and enrich yours and the s

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Centurio Universit of Technology and M on ty Managemen nt MESSAG FROM T GE THE VICE CHANCEL LLOR

Dear D Student t I congratula ate you, f for taking admission into Cent turion University of Technology and Manag U f y gement (CU UTM).You w be will pursuing the information in the sa p n, ame environ nment unde the er guidance of learned fac g culty memb bers. You can have a good exposure to Laboratori ies and Li ibrary. Flex xible design of n curriculu enables you to beco um y ome what yo want to be. Hope y will mak use of al the ou you ke ll facilities available an enhance your knowle nd edge through interaction with facult which w be h n ty, will helpful to build up yo career an thus reach your target o our nd h t. Wishing you good lu in your e uck endeavour.

Prof. D. N Nageswar Rao R Vice Cha ancellor

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Centurion University of Technology and Management WARM WELCOME!! Welcome to Centurion University of Technology and Management!!! We are delighted to have you as a part of our learning community and wish you the most productive, fruitful and memorable time in the campus. The Student Handbook is developed to provide with requisite information you will need throughout your academic journey in CUTM. This handbook provides a brief overview of CUTM in the first section and in the subsequent section gives relevant information on CUTMs academic regulations and policies, CUTMs curricular services, CUTMs non-curricular services, campuses, schools and programmes, student grievance and responsibilities, disciplinary actions, tuition fees, indicative academic calendar, important contact information among others. It is worth reiterating that the information provided in the Student Handbook is meant primarily to provide a perspective to the new comers, the exact guidelines and regulations may change from time to time. The information provided in the Handbook is subject to change with time and with changes in rules and policies of Centurion University of Technology and Management. Students are encouraged to be alert to official notifications for the same. We look forward to your cooperation and support to build up excellence at CUTM.

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Centurion University of Technology and Management 1. OVERVIEW OF CUTM 1.1. An Introduction The Centurion University of Technology and Management was established by The Centurion University of Technology and Management, Odisha Act, 2010.It has been promoted by eminent edupreneurs who had the ambition to engineer social change through education. The university comprises of the constituent campuses one at Parlakhemundi and one at Bhubaneswar, and the group carry out a plethora of social and environmental programmes across Odisha and Andhra Pradesh. At present it has the Schools of Management, Schools of Technology and Schools of Vocational Training and Education under its Umbrella. The infrastructure of the University aims to provide its students the most conducive learning environment with committed faculty members, progressive teacher-student relationship state-ofthe-art labs, well-stocked libraries, hi-tech IT facilities in a setting close to nature with well manicured lawns, sprawling open spaces, and trees dotting the campus. The campuses at Parlakhemundi and Bhubaneswar are self-sufficient townships - with colleges, students and staff housing, conference facility, playgrounds, ATM, medical centre, accessible schools, etc 1.2. Mission A globally accredited human resource centre of excellence catalysing sustainable livelihoods in the less developed markets across the globe 1.3. Vision Provision of quality, globally accredited academic programmes in all disciplines focusing initially on technology and management Provision of globally accredited employability training for less endowed segments of the population Promotion of entrepreneurial culture and enterprise in the target areas Facilitating improved market access to goods and financial services to the target population Promotion of lighthouse project interventions in the target area

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Centurion University of Technology and Management 1.4. Values To achieve strategic purpose, the raison dtre and vision will have coherence which is built on following values: Strive to achieve economic, environmental and educational sustainability of the community where Centurion University operates. Equality and equity remain the fundamental principles. 1.5. Key Principles Quality and Anti-Ragging Among the different principles implicitly and explicitly embedded in the culture and ethos of CUTM, the Quality and Anti-Ragging principles need special mention. The salient guidelines of the same are as below: 1.5.1. Quality Principle The Quality Policy of CUTM is to adhere to the highest standards of academic quality through honest dealings with stakeholders namely students, faculty, staff, employees and the community in general. 1.5.2. Anti Ragging Principle CUTM has strict Zero Tolerance' towards any form of ragging as described in the Supreme Court judgment. Ragging is strictly banned in college premises and anybody found indulging in such activities will be strictly punished. Note: Details have been furnished in Section 7.1

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Centurion University of Technology and Management 1.6. Members of Governing Board The governing body consists of 18 members from every walk of life. The eminent personalities will help the University to achieve its goal and objectives effectively and also ensure good governance and effective administration.

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Name of the Member

Position Held

Address

1. His Excellency Shri Murlidhar C. Bhandare

Visitor (Chancellor)

Raj Bhawan, Bhubaneswar

Chairman, JITM Trust 2. Prof. (Dr.) Mukti Kanta Mishra President HIG 5, BDA Duplex, Phase I, Bhubaneswar 751020 Ph: +91-674-2352014, Fax: +91-6742352433

3. Prof. D. N. Rao

Vice President

Managing Trustee, JITM Trust At. Alluri Nagar, PO. R Sitapur, Via. Uppalada, Parlakhemundi - 761 211, Gajapati, Odisha, INDIA. Phone: +91-6815-223088, Fax: +916815-222150

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Name of the Member

Position Held

Address

4. Prof. (Dr.) D. Nageswar Rao

Vice Chancellor

At. Alluri Nagar, PO. R Sitapur, Via. Uppalada, Parlakhemundi - 761 211, Gajapati, Odisha, INDIA. Phone: +91-6815-223088, Fax: +916815-222150

5. Shri. K. Narayana Rao

Member

Honble MLA

(Nominee of the Qr No F-11/1, Unit 4, MLA Colony, Odisha Legislative Bhubaneswar Assembly) Ph: +91-9439331177

6. Shri. Surendra Prasad Pramanik

Member

Honble MLA

(Nominee of the Qr No 11/1 DS, Unit 4, MLA Colony, Odisha Legislative Bhubaneswar Assembly) Ph: +91-9437528219

7. Dr. C. S. Kumar, IAS

Ex-Officio Member

Commissioner cum Secretary, Higher Education Department Government of Odisha, Bhubaneswar Ph: +91-674-25368862 Fax:+91-674-2394275

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Name of the Member

Position Held

Address

8. Prof. Omkar Nath Mohanty

Member (Nominee of the Government Odisha)

Plot no 200, Unit III, Kharavela Nagar, Bhubaneswar 751007

of Ph: +91-9437016808

9. Prof. Sudhakar Panda

Member (Nominee of the Government Odisha) of

Former Professor (Applied Economics, Utkal University and Chairman, State Finance Commission N3/126, Nayapalli, IRC Village, Bhubaneswar 751015 Ph: +91-674-2550208, +919438396986

10. Dr. Rajat Kujur

Member (Nominee of the Government Odisha) of

Reader, PG Department of Political Science and Public Administration, Sambalpur University, Jyoti Vihar, Burla, Dist Sambalpur 768019 Ph: +91-9437836546

11. Dr. Lopamudra Tripathy

Member

C-22, BJB Nagar, Bhubaneswar - 751002 Ph: +91-9437071818

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Position Held

Address

12. Shri. Bijay Sahoo

Member

President and Chief of People, Reliance Retail Reliance Industries Ltd Reliance Group Maker Chambers IV, 222, Nariman Point, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400021 Ph: +91-22-2278 5000, cell: +91-9867500133 Email: bijay.sahoo@ril.com

13. Dr. D. P. Pattanayak

Member

Padmashree Awardee, Former Director of CIIL, Mysore Ph: +91-674-2350520

14. Shri. P. N. S. V. Narasimham

Co-opted Member

Global Head and Leadership Development, Cognizant Technology Solutions 3rd Floor, " H" Building, Vanenburg IT Park, Software Units Layout Madhapur Hyderabad - 500 081 India Ph: +91 40 44514444 Fax: +91 40 55367026

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Position Held

Address

15. Dr. Supriya Pattanayak

Co-opted Member

DFID State Representative - Odisha State 17, Forest Park, Bhubaneswar +91-674-2596475

16. Shri. Aditya Sapru

Co-opted Member

Managing Director Neumck Strategy and Advisory Bangalore

17. Shri .A. J. J. Raju

Co-opted Member

R. Sitapur, District - Gajapati

18. Dr. C. R. Rao

Co-opted Member

Emeritus Professor CUTM, Parlakhemundi

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Centurion University of Technology and Management 1.7. Organogram and Key Officers 1.7.1. Organogram

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1.7.2. Key Officers

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Designation

Name of the Officer

President

Prof. (Dr). Mukti Kanta Mishra

Vice President

Prof. D. N. Rao

Academics

Vice- Chancellor

Dr. D. Nageswara Rao

Pro Vice Chancellor

Dr. A. M. Mohanty

Registrar

Dr. Ashok Mishra

Director QA & Compliance and Controller of Exams

Dr. Hemant K. Sahu

Principal, Parlakhemundi campus

Dr. Krishnamurthy

Dean Engineering- UG Studies

Dr. Srinivas Mantha

Dean Engineering- PG Studies

Dr. K. Parvathi

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Dean Management

Dr. Manaswee Samal (wef September)

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Designation

Name of the Officer

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Dean Academics

Dr. Sujata P. Pattnaik

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Dean Research

To be designated

Support Services

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Head Processes and Systems

Mr. Sushrut Varun Das

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CFO

CA Binay Kumar Bose

1.8. Culture, Sports Responsibility All students of Centurion University of Technology and Management will now be required to participate in the CSR (Culture, Sports Responsibility) program during their studies at CUTM. The program gives students an opportunity to learn from the experience of doing real tasks beyond the classroom, related to Culture (student life / creative pursuits), Sports and Responsibility (activities for the benefit of the community or the environment). Each student is required to complete a total of 30 hours of CSR activities each academic year: 10 hours of Culture, 10 hours of Sports and 10 hours of Responsibility. This is a minimum: students can complete as much as they like. Each student must document their activities and have each hour signed off by a supervisor. Only students, who have completed the required hours of CSR, are eligible to pass that academic year. The CSR program provides a refreshing counterbalance to academic activities. opportunity to have fun, get to know your fellow students and try new experiences. At the end of your Centurion University degree, you will receive a certificate listing all of the CSR activities you have completed during your student life. This can be used for your CV, to

It is an

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Centurion University of Technology and Management demonstrate to potential employers that you have teamwork skills, leadership skills, organizational skills, innovative ideas, etc. You can ask any faculty member to supervise the activity and sign the form indicating that the hours have been completed. Groups of students can also submit proposals for new activities or student clubs for the CSR program. The Centurion University will endeavour to support student ideas for CSR activities. 1.9. Constituent Institutes The constituent colleges under Centurion Group were named as follows after it was declared as University:

Names Prior to declaration as University

Names Post - declaration as University

JITM

School of Technology, Parlakhemundi

CSREM

School of Management, Parlakhemundi

CIT, Engineering

School of Technology, Bhubaneswar

CIT, Management

School of Management, Bhubaneswar

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Awards and Achievements

By virtue of their commitment to quality and excellence, CUTM and its constituent / affiliate organizations and their stakeholders [faculty, students and promoters] have regularly stretched themselves to produce extraordinary outcomes in the realms of academic research, collaboration, social leadership, and CSR. CUTM has also joined hands with corporate houses in their Corporate Social Responsibility activities. Some of the achievements of the University and its extended family are mentioned below:

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Centurion University of Technology and Management Collaboration with Universities and Corporate Partner Project Details

University of Southern MoU Queensland

Tie up of CUTM with University of Southern Queensland

Ravenshaw

University, Course development

Arrangement

with

Ravenshaw

Cuttack, Odisha

University for teaching, research and course curriculum development.

Biju Patnaik University Course of Technology (BPUT)

content

and School of Management, Parlakhemundi has been given the responsibility of central placement for the entire States technical education students by BPUT. The numbers of students are more than 30,000.

placement

University of Ballarat, M. Australia

Tech

MBA MoU with the University of Ballarat, Australia for 5 years integrated M. Tech / MBA Programs.

programmes

University of Southern Degree courses Queensland, Australia

CUTM has signed a contract with the University of Southern Queensland to offer USQ-certified degree courses at its Odisha campuses. obtaining commenced. AICTE The process of approval has

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Partner

Project

Details

Others

At various stages of CUTM is currently in discussions with discussion various TAFEs (Technical and Further Education Institutes) of Queensland, Australia, to collaborate on the

development of course materials and enable local students to obtain

international certifications. CUTM is also currently in discussions with several Australian universities and government-funded research centres

about collaborative research projects into the issue of vocational education and social development.

Facilitating CSR Initiatives of Corporate Houses Name of the CSR Partner Project Details

Axis Bank

Machines

Axis Bank has contributed Rs 36 lakhs for CNC Lathe and Milling Machines and Powder Coating units, etc; and Rs 17 lakhs for trainer CNC Lathe and Milling Machines.

B & K Securities

Infrastructure

B&K Securities has contributed Rs 5 lakhs for infrastructure.

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Name of the CSR Partner

Project

Details

CISCO

Training and Testing Centre

Parlakhemundi and Bhubaneswar campuses of Centurion University are certified CISCO Training and Testing Centres with effect from May 2008.

HPCL

Construction of hostel / other donations

Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Ltd (a Government of India Enterprise) has

constructed a portion of the hostel for tribal boys and donated an ambulance and other equipment at an estimated budget of Rs 70 lakhs.

NALCO

Machines

NALCO has contributed Rs 15 lakhs for procurement of Lathe Machines and Rs 30 lakhs for CNC Production Machines.

SAIL

Procurement of computers / construction of dormitory

SAIL has contributed Rs 20 lakhs for procurement of computers and Rs 25 lakhs for construction of a portion of a dormitory.

Wapcos

Rainwater harvesting project

WAPCOS has contributed Rs 15 lakhs towards a rainwater harvesting project for the benefit of the communities around

Parlakhemundi.

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Name of the CSR Partner

Project

Details

Others

Training and Testing Centres

Partnerships with CCNA, CCS, SAP, Sun Microsystems, IBM, Pearson VEU etc to operate as certified Training and Testing Centres.

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Centurion University of Technology and Management Social Leadership Activities Award Details

Australian Alumni Award

Prof (Dr) Mukti Mishra awarded with the prestigious Australian Alumni Award by Business Club Australia

UK-India Skills Forum Awards 2010

Gram Tarang Employability Training Services was awarded with the prestigious UK-India Skills Forum Awards 2010 for Best Skills Project in Rural Community by UK INDIA and FICCI

Ranking of School of Management, Parlakhemundi School Ranking

School of Management, Parlakhemundi

Ranked A-Grade India Top B-School (Business India Survey 2009)

School of Management, Parlakhemundi

Ranked A-4 Grade amongst the Promising BSchools of Excellence (AIMA Survey 2009)

2. ACADEMIC REGULATIONS AND POLICIES This section gives an overview of the different Academic Rules and Regulation. Specifically it contains information on Registration, Selection of Courses, Time Table, Grading System, Examination Policy, Attendance Policy and Academic Rules applicable for CUTM. These rules

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Centurion University of Technology and Management may need to be complimented by rules specific to different schools and /or programmes. Such rules will be provided separately to the students of respective schools. 2.1. Registration, Selection of Courses and Time Table This section gives the details of the University Registration Card, Registration to different subjects and Time Table for different Instructions. 2.1.1. University Registration Card A Student is issued University Registration Card after admission process. University Registration number continues to be his / her Registration Number for all examinations during his / her tenure of study. This card is also essential for attending classes in a college and appearing in examinations. This is the MOST IMPORTANT document and the student must take care of it. Duplicate University Registration Card will be issued only after recommendation by the Principal of respective college on paying the prescribed fee. 2.1.2. Subject-wise Registration All registered students of the University have to register for each of the subjects they are required to study before commencement of a semester. Except for the first semester, where a student is automatically registered for all subjects of the semester, a student has to apply to the University in a specified format for subject wise registration for the term with prescribed fees through his / her college principal. The same will be scrutinized and registration confirmation will be sent to the college. 2.1.3. Time Table for Instructions Each constituent / affiliate college will provide the Time Table for the subjects being offered in a semester before the subject registration of the semester. The time table is expected to indicate the name of the teacher who is handling the subject. If the subject is handled in more than one section, the names of the teachers handling all the sections are expected to be provided.

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Centurion University of Technology and Management 2.2. Grading System The University has adopted a ten points grading system, the details of which are as follow: 2.2.1. Categorization of Grades and Their Correlation This section gives the details of the Grading system being followed by the University.

Qualification

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Score on 1000 Percentage Point

Point

Outstanding

90 and above up to 100

10

Excellent

80 and above but less than 90

Very Good

70 and above but less than 80

Good

60 and above but less than 70

Fair

50 and above but less than 60

Pass

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Failed

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Grade

Score on 1000 Percentage Point

Point

Malpractice

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Absent

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N.B. Grade C shall be considered as average, Grade D shall be pass Grade for theory and Grade C shall be Pass Grade for Practical / Sessional / Project / Seminar. 2.2.2. Definition of terms The terms used in the above table are defined as follows: a) Point Integer equivalent of each letter grade b) Credit Integer signifying the relative emphasis of individual course item(s) in a semester as indicated by the course structure and syllabus c) Credit Point (b) multiplied by (a) for each course item d) Credit Index Sum of Credit Points, [i.e. Sum of (c)] of course items in a semester e) Grade Point (c) / (d) f) Grade Point Average Represented by Grade Point Indices as per section 2.2.3 Semester Grade Point Index (SGPI) Cumulative Grade Point Index (CGPI) 2.2.3. Grade Point Average The formulas for calculating the SGPI and CGPI are as follows: Semester Grade Point Index

The formula for calculating SGPI is: SGPI = (Credit Index) / (Sum of Credits for a Semester)

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Centurion University of Technology and Management Cumulative Grade Point Index

The formula for calculating CGPI is: CGPI = (Sum of Credit Index of all previous Semester) / (Credits of all previous Semesters) up to a semester 2.3. Examination Policy The section on Examination Policy gives specific guidelines and rules on the Examination, expected Examination Code of Conduct and the Disciplinary Actions laid down for incidence of mal-practice during Examinations. 2.3.1. Eligibility for Examinations The eligibility criteria for appearing in the examinations of CUTM are as follows: A student has to maintain overall 75% attendance to be able to write all papers end semester examinations in a semester. A student will be allowed to appear in the Semester Examination in those theory subjects where his/her attendance is not less than 75% in case he/she does not have 75% overall attendance The attendance shall be considered from the date of commencement of classes as per academic calendar of the university. The schedule of classes shall be notified through a time table before the beginning of the classes in the Semester. Attendance record will be compiled at the time of each class test and the students with poor attendance will be informed through notification. The guardian may be informed through a letter. Letters will be issued to the student and the guardian before he / she is debarred for appearing at University examination due to shortage of attendance. University has to be informed about the percentage of attendance before starting the examination. Concessions: A student who has been absent for short periods on health ground or due to participation in cultural, sports, other academic / official assignments in the interest of the institution / college / university / government with prior written permission of the head of the institution / college shall be permitted a maximum of additional concession of 10% in attendance and would be eligible for appearing in examination with a minimum of 65%

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Centurion University of Technology and Management attendance in a semester. No student shall be allowed to appear at University examination(s) with shortage of attendance below 65% in any of the registered subjects. A candidate shall be allowed in a Semester Examination only after he / she is issued an Admit Card for the relevant examination by the college. The college shall obtain written clearance on eligibility from the University. Students who have been found to indulge in malpractice during examination will be awarded M grade in that subject. The university may take any additional disciplinary action at its discretion. Such candidates will be allowed to appear in subsequent examinations based only on the decision of the University. A student who is absent in any subject(s) for which he / she has registered will be awarded S grade. He / she is permitted to appear in those subjects in subsequent semester examinations after the due permission from the respective College. Final semester students who have not cleared the mandatory requirement of credits for award of degree can appear in the special examination by paying the prescribed fee. A student may register to appear in a semester examination which he / she has already appeared and passed / failed with a prescribed fee for improving his / her marks. 2.3.2. Examination Rules Examination will be a mix of internal and external assessment. The Examination rules laid down by CUTM are as follows: Semester Examination shall be conducted by the University as per the programme announced at the beginning of each academic year. There shall be an examination window of 4-5 week duration at the end of each semester. Following examinations will be conducted in this window: Semester Examination Repeat / Improvement Examination

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Centurion University of Technology and Management evaluation be done for un-evaluated questions, if any. This facility is however not available for improvement examinations. A student can appear in a Repeat / Improvement examination after registering for it with prescribed fees. Registration for improvement examination will be done 1 month prior to commencement of semester exam. Marks secured in the improvement examination will replace existing semester marks of that paper if the score is higher. A special examination will be held only for the final semester students within 15 days of publication of the end semester results. There shall be no re-totalling / rechecking for any subject of Special Examinations. At the end of each year, mark sheet shall be made available to each student free of cost. However if a student requires additional copies, he / she should apply through the college with prescribed fees. 2.3.3. Examination Code of Conduct The Examination codes of conduct are categorized under several heading. The students of CUTM are expected to strictly adhere to the below mentioned codes of conduct. Colour of Ink The examinee shall use only either blue or black or blue-black ink for writing the answers. The same colours shall be used for drawing diagrams/ sketches including use of pencil. Use of any other colour e.g. Red, Green, Yellow etc is prohibited. Rules for Answer Sheets The blank answer copies will be distributed 10 minutes before the commencement of the examination so as to enable the examinees to fill up the necessary required information on the answer sheet. Candidates are expected to check the pages of answer sheet given to them. For any sort of damage, such matter must be brought to the notice of the invigilator immediately after receiving the answer sheet.

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Centurion University of Technology and Management The examinee should not write the roll number anywhere in the answer sheet except in the space meant for it on the cover page. The examinee should not put any symbol or write the name of any God / deity. Nothing should be written on the additional answer sheet by the student (i.e. no signature, no date, etc.). After writing the answers, the remaining blank pages of the answer sheet should be crossed. Rough work may be done on the last pages and must be cancelled / crossed. Mutual Communication Amongst Students Exchange of pen, pencil, rubber, calculator, drafter etc. is strictly prohibited. Communication between the candidates is strictly prohibited. Candidate must not leave the Examination Hall without the permission of the invigilator. Temporary Absence from the Examination Hall Temporary absence for a maximum of 2 times for 2 minutes duration each (for one student) is allowed during the entire examination. Only one student at a time can remain absent in a room. Temporary absence is not allowed in the 1st hour and last 30 minutes. Temporary absence will be recorded in the temporary absence form provided by the University. Bell Timing

First Sitting- 10.00 am to 1.00 pm 09.40 am Long bell Gate checking starts 09.50 am (No bell) Candidates to occupy their designated seats. Distribution of answer sheets 10.00 am - 1st bell :- Question Papers to be Distributed and Commencement of Examination 11.00 am - one bell :- Invigilator to announce 01hr passed

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Centurion University of Technology and Management 12.00 noon - two bells :- Invigilator to announce 02hr passed 12.55 pm - long warning bell : - Invigilators to announce for threading of the answer sheets and that 05 more minutes are left. 01.00 pm - three bells : - Invigilators to announce and ensure stoppage of writing and collection of answer sheets. Second Sitting- 2.00 pm to 5.00 pm 01.40 pmLong bell Gate checking starts 01.50 pm (No bell) : Candidates to occupy their designated seats. Distribution of answer sheets 02.00 pm - 1st bell :- Question papers to be distributed and Commencement of Examination 03.00 pm - one bell :- Invigilator to announce 01hr passed 04.00PM - two bells:- Invigilator to announce 02hr passed 04.55 pm - Long warning bell : - Invigilators to announce for threading of the answer sheets and that 05 more min. are left. 05.00 pm - three bells : - Invigilators to announce and ensure stoppage of writing and collection of answer sheets. Entry and Exit Students are not allowed to enter into the Examination Hall without proper Dress Code, Admit Card, and Identity Card. Students are allowed to enter into the Exam. Floor, 20 minutes before the time of the commencement of the examination, after proper gate checking. Exam. Halls will be opened 10 minutes before the time of the commencement of the examination in presence of the invigilator. No student should be allowed to enter the examination hall after 30 minutes of commencement of examination.

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Centurion University of Technology and Management Students are not allowed to leave the examination hall during 1st one hour. Students can leave the examination hall permanently only after one hour. Disciplinary Action

All students are expected to abide by the established examination rules and policies of the University violating which would attract strict disciplinary actions. The purpose of this section is to describe the appropriate disciplinary actions to ensure the discipline in examination. Disciplinary Action-I: Malpractice A student found resorting to malpractice (copying etc.) in the examination hall during University Examination as reported by the Invigilator / Supervisor / Squad Member Will be awarded M grade having 0 (zero) Grade Point in that paper. He / she will be warned by the university with a copy to the parents / guardians. Disciplinary Action-II: Malpractice and Indiscipline A student adopting malpractice and showing an undisciplined behaviour in the examination hall Will be awarded M grade having 0 (zero) Grade Point in that paper He/she will be warned by the university with a copy to the parents / guardians He/she shall have to bear a fine of Rs.2000.00. Disciplinary Action-III: Malpractice in More Than One Paper A student found adopting malpractice in more than one papers in a Semester Will be awarded M Grade with 0 (zero) Grade Point in all the papers of that Semester He / she will be warned by the university with a copy to the parents / guardians. Disciplinary Action-IV: Malpractice in More than One Semester

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Centurion University of Technology and Management Adopting malpractice once again in the subsequent semester examinations in spite of the warning issued previously M grade having 0 (zero) Grade Point in all the papers of that Examination Will be expelled from the College for one year. Disciplinary Action-V: Violating Examination Code of Conduct A student found violating the Examination Code of Conduct (as per guidelines in Section 2.3.3) and indulging in misconduct in the examination hall, which includes but not limited to the following:Use of / entering with programmable calculators, mobile phones (even in switch off mode), document or any electronic devices having memory chips. Use of ink other than Black and Blue in the answer script Leaving the Examination Hall within the first hour from the commencement of the examination. Talking to other examinees in the Examination Hall. Trying to give any help to others. Trying to seek any help from others inside or outside the Examination Hall. Using question papers and / or answer scripts for communicating with fellow examinee. Exchange of question papers and answer scripts (with other examinees / outsiders). Writing answers in question papers. Writing obscene or filthy languages in answer scripts. Writing derogatory remarks. Any remarks, requests or irrelevant issues in answer scripts. Can be penalized, considering the gravity of the misconduct, in any/all of the following ways: Expelled from the Examination in that paper and will be awarded M grade having 0 (zero) Grade Point in that paper/ all papers of that Examination. Warned by the university with a copy to the parents / guardians. Expelled from the College for one year.

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Centurion University of Technology and Management A student found to be repeatedly violating the Examination Code of Conduct Will be awarded M grade with 0 (zero) Grade Point in all the papers of that semester Will not be permitted to appear at the subsequent examinations of that semester. Disciplinary Action-VI: Indiscipline and Violent Behaviour Any student found man-handling / threatening the officers / staff connected with the examinations (Invigilator, Centre Superintendent, Supervisors, Principal, Members of flying squad, etc.), damaging the property of the staff / officers / institution connected with the examinations and/or indulging in other acts of serious misconducts as per Section 7 of the Handbook: Will be awarded M grade having 0 (zero) Grade Point in all the papers of that Examination Will be expelled from the College for one year. Other disciplinary actions as deemed fit (including FIR to police) would be initiated by the University / college. Will be obliged to provide compensation for the damage as assessed by the college / university or individual as the case may be Note: For repeated and serious offence, the candidate may also be liable to severe punishment depending on the gravity of offence. 2.4. Attendance Policy The attendance policy has been framed as a part of Universitys effort of building a healthy learning atmosphere which enables all students of CUTM to achieve their full potential. The policies are as follows: Students will be given access to the attendance information.

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Centurion University of Technology and Management Students having less than 75% attendance in aggregate before each class test are required to write an undertaking to the Principal / Vice-Principal mentioning that if they fail to make up their attendance till the commencement of next class test, then they will be debarred from appearing in the class test. The final attendance report in individual subject will be displayed on the notice board and also through institutes Intranet, immediately after the completion of the syllabus (Course work) of a particular semester Since sufficient opportunities are given to such students for attending classes, so the failures are considered to be year back students and they are not allowed to appear at the semester examination as well as the corresponding supplementary examination. Hostellers with shortage of attendance in all subjects will not be allowed to stay in the hostel, unless they have reasons based on exemption clause. The students who remain absent for a short period on health ground or any other activities assigned to them for the interest of CUTM or Government (With prior permission from the Principal) are given a maximum additional concession of up to 10% in attendance. 2.5. Procedures for Issue and Modification of Certificates This sections details out the process/format for the change and correction of name, issue of duplicate certificate and migration certificate. 2.5.1. Rules for Change of Name / Surname The rules and procedures for change in name or surname in the certificate are as follows: The application in the prescribed format for change of name/ surname that is to be considered for proposing the change in name or surname is Notified in the Government Gazette. Published in the news papers after swearing before 1st class Magistrate and original High School certificate and Council Certificate are corrected accordingly. The application in prescribed format shall have to be forwarded through the Principal / Director of the concerned college along with following documents.

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Centurion University of Technology and Management Original Certificate / Original Mark sheet along with certified copies of the said original certificate as mentioned in the application form duly corrected. Original clipping of the Gazette Publication. Original clipping of the News Papers of Odisha State in which name / change of surname have been so published. Original affidavit swearing before the 1st class Magistrate, wherein change in surname has been made. Prescribed fee in shape of Bank Draft in favour of the University. After due verification of all documents and necessary approval of the Vice Chancellor the change of name / surname shall be notified by the University through the Registrar. 2.5.2. Rules for Correction of Name in Degree Certificate The rules for correction of name in the degree certificate are as follows: Application shall be forwarded by the Principal/ Director of the respective college specifying the corrected name to the Controller of Examination. The application shall be enclosed with the attested copies of the HSC and CHSC certificate/ mark sheet. Prescribed fee in shape of Bank Draft in favour of the University shall be deposited with the application form. After due verification of all documents and necessary approval of the Controller of Examination a corrigendum shall be issued. The necessary correction be made in the academic record and a fresh certificate shall be issued within 15 calendar days. 2.5.3. Rules for Lost / Damaged Degree Certificate / Transcripts The procedures to be followed when any certificate is lost or damaged are as mentioned below: Application shall be forwarded by the Principal/ Director of the respective college specifying the reasons for loss / damage of degree Certificate/ transcripts to the Controller of Examination.

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Centurion University of Technology and Management Original affidavit has to be sworn before the 1st class Magistrate. Original clipping of the News Papers (at least in 2) of Odisha State in which Loss/ damage so published. Prescribed fee in shape of Bank Draft in favour of the University shall be deposited with the application. After due verification of all documents and necessary approval of the Controller of Examination, Duplicate Certificate will be issued within 15 calendar days.

2.5.4. Rules for Migration Certificate The rules for issuing the migration certificate are as follows: Application shall be forwarded by the Principal/ Director of the respective college specifying the reason for issuance of Migration Certificate. The application shall be accompanied by the Original Registration Card issued by the respective University. Prescribed fee in shape of Bank Draft in favour of the University is to be deposited with the application form. After due verification of all documents and necessary approval of the Registrar Migration Certificate will be issued within 15 calendar days. 3. UNIVERSITY ACADEMIC SERVICES All students seeking admission to the schools under the aegis of CUTM are eligible to avail the curricular services provided by CUTM, which include Library and IT Support, Study Materials, Tutorial Classes, and Industry Interface. This section provides details of the same. 3.1. Library Service The libraries at Parlakhemundi and Bhubaneswar campus have plenty of books available for all domains of studies at present offered at CUTM. The library contributes and supports in building an internationally top-ranked academic and research driven institution by establishing a knowledge hub. The collections comprise print and electronic resources which include journals, books, CDs, audio cassettes and project reports in all fields.

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Centurion University of Technology and Management The campus digital libraries also subscribes to DELNET, IEEE Electronics Library and Digital Electronics Library from AICTE which is the core hub of digitally formatted books, journals and magazine. 3.1.1. Library Regulations Students are requested to maintain discipline in the library and are requested to sign the register placed at the main entrance of the library. Issue of Books: A maximum of three books are issued to a students for 7 days. For issue of books, the students are required to maintain discipline with a queue in front of issue counter of central library. Night Issue of Books: There is a provision of night issue facilities to those students who are interested to take one book for a night and return within the prescribed time limit or else fine will be imposed. Renewal of Issued Books: Books may be renewed on request at the discretion of the librarian. Use of Reference Books: Reference books are issued only for purposes of reference in the reading room. No one is allowed to take these books outside the reading room. Delay in Book Return: A book which is not returned to the library within the due date shall be treated as a lost book and the prescribed penalty with overdue charges will be collected from the respective student. Books Exchange: Exchange of books among students is not allowed. Library Cards: Students have to produce their cards at the library, if necessary. Physical Condition of Books: Students must be satisfied about the physical condition of the books before borrowing from the library or else they shall be held responsible for any damage or mutilation noticed at the time of returning. Damage or Loss: Any such damage / loss of books is a serious offence for which he / she shall be required to replace the book or to pay 3 times its price. Habitual Offenders: Students, who repeatedly fail to return books by due date and violate other regulations as well, may lose the privilege of membership of the library.

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Centurion University of Technology and Management Requests and Complaints: Regarding library matters written request / complaints may be given to the librarian at any time. Note: For purposes of study, students are encouraged to purchase their own books and not depend on the text books placed in the library. Library books are mainly used for reference purpose. Book bank facility may be used for this purpose. 3.2. IT Support The university provides 24 X 7 Internet connectivity and print and reprographics facilities. 3.2.1. Internet Facility CUTM provides 24 X 7 Internet connectivity in the campuses - both in institute and hostel premises, which provide seamless internet connectivity to the students and faculty. 3.2.2. Computing Facility The computer labs in both campuses have 60 desktops with internet connections and necessary software. Students can access a shared computing facility. Four uninterrupted power supply system ensure glitchfree connectivity at all times. 3.2.3. Online Course Material and ERP Online storage of course materials and notification of changes is done through the online repository. The University has been powered by Greycells ERP system that contains information of each domain of the University. Students can log in to access the information as and when required. 3.2.4. Printing and Reprographics Facility Print and photocopying facility is available for students, faculty members and staff on a chargeable basis. A network printer is installed in the internet lab for the purpose. Students are required to open a print account worth Rs.100/- initially to use network printing. 3.3. Study Material The students will get a handbook prepared by the respective faculty for every subject. Though the handbook describes the subject briefly, but cannot replace the utility of course book, which are available in the library.

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Centurion University of Technology and Management 3.4. Tutorial Classes Tutorial classes are provided to all students of CUTM by the course faculty in the evening since the beginning of a semester. These classes aim at dedicating extra time to each subjects and individual attention to the students. 3.5. Industry Interface The University has built very strong relationships with the industry and resource agencies, which are the outcome of several years of interactions and exchange. CUTM is proud to say that it has been associated with senior functionaries of world class organizations like Intelligroup Inc., UTI Bank, Marico, United Bank of Switzerland, Hewlett Packard, Frost & Sullivan etc. in a variety of activities. 3.5.1. School of Technology The office of the Industry Interface carries the twin responsibility of conducting Career Counselling and Training programmes and organizing the campus recruitment activities of the School. A representative list of activities of the office is indicated below: Career Counselling and Training Programmes

It has been made mandatory for all the students to attend the training programs for an enhanced performance in the campus interviews. The students not having 75% attendance in the training shall not be allowed for the placement activities. Programs like JAVA Certification in association with SUN (SAI) Microsystems, Network Certification in association with CISCO, DB2 training Certification in association with IBM and Campus Connect in association with Infosys are some of the achievements of the center. The following training programmes and counselling sessions have been conducted by people from industry:

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Resource person

Company

Course Title

Mr. Nirmalaya Choudhury

DC-SPOC- Infosys Technologies

Soft Skills

Mr. Sumeet Chakraborty

Soft Skill Trainer -Infosys Technologies

Soft Skills

Mr. Vivek Naithani

Head Recruitment Birlasoft Ltd.

Emerging Trends in HR

Mr. Russel Purusothaman

Manager-HR- Wipro Technologies

Interview Techniques

Mr. Bhupesh Deka

Technical Trainer -Infosys Technologies

NA

Mr. T.K Das

GM-Training JK Paper Mills HR Skills and Interview skills & Attitude

Mr. Pradeep Patnaik

HR Manager - Khoday International

Communication and Etiquettes

skills

Ms. Binita Achuthan

HR, Mind Tree

HR Skills and Interview skills

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Ms. Preeti Chada

HR Manager Viraj Group

Interview skills

Ms. J. Jense

HR - Vedanta Aluminum Ltd

Communication and Etiquettes

skills

Top Companies Offering Placement

The following companies are among the top recruiters of the students of School of Technology, CUTM: Quippo Energy Pvt Limited Hewlett Packard

TVS Motors

Wipro Technologies

Noida Powers

Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd

HCL Technologies

Vedanta Alumina Ltd

Mahindra Satyam

Satyam

Viraj Group of Industries

Reliance Telecom Ltd

Ankur Drugs & Pharmaceuticals Ltd

JK Paper Mills Ltd

Banco Products India Ltd

Mphasis

Mindtree

Elico Ltd

Asian Motors Work


BILT

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US Technology

Simplex Infrastructure Ltd

Torry Harris Business Solutions

Infosys Technologies

Birlasoft Ltd

Sierra Atlantic Software Services Ltd

HUAWAI

Orissa Cements Ltd

Pradan

Accenture

Syntel

Grasim Industry (Aditya Birla Group)

Efftronics

Tega Industries

NR Switch N Radio Services (P) Ltd

Himalaya Group

Gupta Power Infrastructure Limited

Shriram Group

Intellegroup Inc

Robert Bouch

Navayouga Engineering Company

Nicco Corporation Ltd

Neotecra India Pvt Ltd

Universal Enterprises

L & T Infotech

Everest

Arya Iron & Steel

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The following are the companies who constitute the main recruiters of the School of Management students:

Advertising and Media

SKS Microfinance

J Walter Thompson

Ujjivan Microfinance

Radio Chokolate

United Bank of Switzerland

Times of India

Development Sector

Manufacturing

BISWA

Navyuga Group

CAPART

Orissa Cement Limited

CPSW

Visa Steel

Dr. Reddy Foundation

Retail and Services

Drishtee

Apollo Group

Gram Vikas

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Kalinga Hospital

Pradan

Spinach

Pratham

Vijeta Group

Search-Kopsa

Banking and Financial Services

Seva Mandir

Adhikar Microfinance

SOS Childrens Village

Anagram Securities

Sutra Consultancy

Anand Rathi Securities

Public Sector

Axis Bank

Gridco

Bajaj Allianz

NALCO

Basix

HAL

Bharati AXA

HPCL

Capital IQ

OHPC

Gram Tarang Microfinance

IT and Communications

HDFC

Airtel

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ICICI Direct

Birlasoft Academy

ICICI Pru

Future Tech

Iffko Tokyo

Kalinga Soft

JSS Associates

Ortel

Max New York Life

Reliance Telecom

Met Life Insurance

Samsung

Reliance Capital

Tata Telecom

SBI Life

Wipro BPO

4. UNIVERSITY NON-ACADEMIC SERVICES The University provides a variety of non-curricular facilities to the campus communities which are as follows: 4.1. Hostel Facility CUTM provides residence for both boys and girls separately. The hostels have well equipped rooms and are provided with all the modern amenities including a mess providing breakfast, lunch and dinner, a TV room, common room with indoor games, and a modern multi facility gym. Campus wide intranet provides 24 X 7 internet connectivity to all hostels.

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Centurion University of Technology and Management 4.1.1. Hostel Rules CUTM believes that the student residences must provide an environment in which mutual respect, affection and cooperation is promoted and the administration of the Hostel will not spare any effort to achieve this goal. However, such an objective can be realized only with the whole hearted cooperation of the residents and staff of the Hostels. For this reason, the following rules of residence have been formulated which must be observed by all concerned. Attendance Every Hostel student is expected to attend the assembly as well as the scheduled classes as per the time table when the academic session is in progress. Remaining in the hostel during the period of the class work is permissible only in case of illness or any other disability on valid grounds with the prior permission of the Warden of the Hostel. Violating the above rule by the student would attract a fine of Rs.100/- per day. Loss or Damage The furniture, fittings and other appliances are for the convenience of students and must be used carefully. Any loss or damage caused by any resident or group of residents of hostel property such as furniture, electrical, sanitary and water fittings will be recovered from him / her / them as per the current cost. Rules for Guests and Local Students Resident students should not contact outside undesirable elements and should not invite such elements in to the hostel premises under the guise of guests or family members. This is contrary to the dignity of their institute and hence will be considered as a grave offence. Day scholars are not allowed inside the hostel without prior permission of the Hostel authority. Any day scholar found inside the hostel without permission will be fined with an amount of Rs.100/-.The hosteller playing host to the day scholar will also be fined Rs.100/-.

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Centurion University of Technology and Management Leave and Absences Only the residents with a justified reason are allowed to take leave from the hostel during the academic session. The application for the same has to be recommended by hostel authority and then due approval has to be obtained from respective HOD/Course Coordinator before leaving the hostel. The students found absent from the hostel without due permission will be fined Rs.200/- (Rupees two hundred only) per day. The hostel students are not allowed to stay outside the campus during night hours without prior permission of the hostel authority. The students found violating such rule will be fined with an amount of Rs.200/- (Rupees two hundred only) per night. It is mandatory to sign the outgoing register, which is available at the entrance of hostel for boys and at the security gate for girls, whenever the student goes outside the campus. Ragging Ragging is an offensive and demeaning practice and is contrary to our cultural ethos. CUTM has a Zero tolerance policy towards ragging, and this practice will be curbed by the administration at all costs. Interrogation of fresher, instigation to rag, threatening and ill treatment of fresher will be treated as act of ragging along with indulging in actual ragging in any form, shape, garb or guise committed either inside or, outside the hostel or institute. Ragging is a serious offence which will result in serious disciplinary action including rustication. To curb ragging the help of whole administration will be taken. Note: The detailed Anti-Ragging policy is included in section 7.1. General Behaviour Students are expected to be respectful towards faculty and senior administrators, friendly with his fellow students and considerate towards all employees. Students are cautioned not to use threatening, abusive or improper language when dealing with anybody. Students are expected to behave in an honourable manner. Acts such as cheating, stealing, ransacking, spreading rumours and interfering in the personal matters of others are undesirable and if complaints are received disciplinary proceedings will be initiated. Students are expected to maintain silence from 9.00 pm to 6.00 am. Even during other time shouting, loudly whistling, beating drums, playing loud music and causing

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Centurion University of Technology and Management disturbing noises must be avoided. In case anybody uses musical system with speakers, it will be confiscated by the hostel authorities and a fine of Rs.300/- will be imposed. Resident students must switch off the lights when they are going out or when they are not required. Personal appliances such as Tape Recorder, T.V. VCP, Heater and Stove etc. cannot be used in the hostels. Should anybody be seen possessing or using the above items or any complaints received regarding the same, the items will be confiscated by the hostel authorities and disciplinary action will be initiated. Resident students are expected not to consume any sort of intoxicants or addictive substances, including but not restricted to tobacco products [e.g. cigarettes, beedi, gutka etc.], alcohol, etc. inside the hostel [or the campus] or enter the campus after consuming the above intoxicants or addictives substances; as they are harmful to health and likely to disturb the campus environment. Any student found using such substances will be fined / punished as per the discretion of the college / hostel authority. Health Any resident student, who has contracted any communicable diseases like conjunctivitis, typhoid, viral fever etc., must immediately report to the warden so as to enable the administration to provide immediate medical assistance to the student while taking precautionary measures for other students on campus. Cleanliness Residents of the hostels must ensure and keep the rooms and surroundings clean and tidy. They must also take initiative to ensure that the premises of the hostel are kept clean which will greatly help in maintaining hygienic conditions in the hostels. The students are expected to maintain cleanliness inside the room. Writing / marking on the walls / cup boards / doors is strictly prohibited. Others If any student of the Hostel wants to vacate the Hostel in the middle of the academic session for any reason or expelled from the Hostel by the Management due to violation of Hostel Regulation, the hostel establishment charges of Rs.14,000/- will not be refunded. Only the refundable caution deposit will be refunded. The college will look after all the maintenance work of the hostel.

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Centurion University of Technology and Management Students can avail the facility of reading news paper and magazine inside the TV room. Students are not allowed to take the above into their rooms. All rights are reserved with the Management for amending the rules and regulations from time to time. 4.2. Dining Services Campus dining services constitute of the Central Mess, the Bakery Store and the Co-operative Store. The facilities that can be availed in each one of them are as below: 4.2.1. Central Mess The Central Mess provides food to all students on the campus breakfast, lunch and dinner. The dining services are optional for day-scholars and can be availed by payment per meal; however, this arrangement may be subject to change from time to time through regular notification. Hygiene is taken care of on a priority basis during preparation and serving of food. 4.2.2. Cafeteria and Co-operative Stores Students on campus have access to bakery and co-operative store facilities to cater to any additional everyday requirements and snacks. The specific facilities differ from campus to campus, the exact details are provided in Section 5 that provides details of campus facilities. 4.3. Health Coverage The University has a 'Doctor on Call' facility for emergencies with a fully fledged pathology lab equipped with the latest malaria testing QBC machines. Students also have access to a 24 - hour ambulance service ensuring timely treatment during emergency. 4.4. Campus Shuttle Bus Service The University also provides transportation facilities for the convenience of staff and students to take them from campus to the Main Townships and back.

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Centurion University of Technology and Management 5. CAMPUSES The sprawling infrastructure of CUTM is spread across 140 acres in Parlakhemundi and 40 acres in Bhubaneswar. 5.1. Campus @ Parlakhemundi 5.1.1. Schools The Parlakhemundi Campus has the following schools: School of Engineering School of Management ITI

It also facilitates many Skill Enhancement Training and MDPs. 5.1.2. Curricular and Extra Curricular Activities The Students in Parlakhemundi Campus are involved in a plethora of activities under different students clubs. They also participate in several events and festivals which are detailed below: Students Clubs Some of the active students clubs are: Youth Red Cross (YRC) Photography Club Movie Club Music Club Adventures Sports Club Aahawan The Centurion Social Responsibility Cell Arise- The Rural Club Marketonix- Marketing Club Humanagers- HR Club

Students Events and Festivals The Events and Festivals organized and celebrated in Parlakhemundi Campus are as follow:

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School of Technology, Parlakhemundi

School of Management, Parlakhemundi

College Magazine - Avipsa

Annual Function Tarang

College Newsletter- Efflorescence

Republic Day Celebration

Annual Function (Tech Fest) Gaja Jyoti and Welcome Night Celebration ( Theme Based) Pulsate

Seminars

and

conferences

Annual Thanks Giving Party (Theme Based)

Conferences and Technical Seminars

5.1.3. Campus Facilities Sports Facilities: Facilities in sports include ground for football, cricket, hockey, and athletics and courts for badminton, tennis, basketball and throw ball. Many indoor games like carom, chess, table tennis, are also available. A fully equipped gymnasium is available for students workout. Laundry Services: Laundry service is available for students as well as faculty residing in the campus. Co-operative Store: Students have access to central mess, bakery and cooperative store facilities to cater to their diverse food and refreshment needs. Dispensary: The campus has a 'Doctor on Call' facility for emergencies with a fully fledged pathology lab equipped with the latest malaria testing QBC machines. Students also have access to a 24-hour ambulance service ensuring timely treatment in case of emergencies Gymnasium: There is a jogging track with a fully equipped Gym in the campus open for boys and girls at different timing.

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Centurion University of Technology and Management Post Office and ATM: The University provides post office facilities and there is a 24 X 7 Union Bank ATM in the campus. Cafeteria: A student managed cafeteria operates in the hostel premises of Boys hostel but is accessible to everyone on campus. Student Accommodation: Parlakhemundi Campus has programme specific student accommodation as follows: School of Engineering Boys Hostel: The Boys hostel facilitates the accommodation of 834 students in 230 rooms. Girls Hostel: The girls hostel has 65 rooms and can accommodate 270 students. School of Management Boys Hostel: The boys hostel has 48 rooms which can accommodate a total of 96 students. Girls Hostel: The girls hostel has an accommodating capacity of 64 students in 32 rooms. Library and Information Centre Central Library A Well-equipped library with sufficient number of books, Journals and magazines pertaining to various disciplines of education is available. The reading hall and reference section has a capacity for accommodating 200 readers at a time. The Central Library is itself a reader's knowledge paradise. It contains a huge collection of 30,000 books with 85 latest subscribed journals, 38 magazines and 14 daily news papers. The Central library has three sections with issues timing as follows:

Regular Issue Section Reference Section Night Issue

9.30 am. to 5.30 pm. 7.30 am to 8.30 pm 6.30 pm. to 8.30 pm

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Centurion University of Technology and Management The digital library facility (IEEE, DEL e-library) available through Delnet which is the core hub of hundreds of digitally formatted magazines and journals. The main role of our library is to provide right documents to the right readers at the right time. Library Information System provides the user with detailed information about his/her account. Very soon bar code reader will be introduced for handling day to day transactions of library. 5.2. Campus @ Bhubaneswar 5.2.1. Schools The Schools functional in the Bhubaneswar Campus of CUTM are as follows: School of Management School of Technology

The Bhubaneswar Campus also conducts many training programmes like skill enhancement programme, MDPs etc. School of Technology, Bhubaneswar is also an authorized centre for online test of Pearson Vue. 5.2.2. Curricular and Extra Curricular Activities A wide range of extra-curricular activities, services and facilities complement the academic component of students campus life in order to enhance the overall educational experience in Bhubaneswar Campus. Co-curricular and extracurricular activities are executed through a number of associations, clubs, societies and student chapters of professional bodies. They are managed by representatives of the students, and are monitored by the faculty in-charge. Students Club: Movie Club: The Movie club is functional on every Saturday Evening. Sports Club: Sports club is responsible for the day to day sports activities in the campus and is functional throughout the year. NSS Club: Students are exposed to various social activities as a part of NSS.A Blood donation Camp was organized recently by NSS Club. Sun Java Club: Sun Certified JAVA Programming Course (Certification Course) is offered by this club. Additional payment for the course is required.

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Centurion University of Technology and Management Students Events and Festivals Annual Day Celebration- Sata Jyoti: Sata Jyoti is another platform where the students showcase their cultural talents. It takes place between January and April every year. College Magazine Satabdi: The annual magazine of CIT Satabdi is published every year on the eve of annual function. Sports and Cultural Week: The Sports and Cultural Week witnesses Annual Sports, Prize Distribution and Cultural Events. The end of the Week is marked by two significant days the first day includes prize distribution and cultural events and the second day which is exclusively observed as cultural day signs off the glorious week. Youth Red Cross Program: It has been introduced in CIT from the academic year 2010-11. International day of Service: This day was celebrated in CIT on 7th May 2011; the workers families were invited to a lunch and offered gifts. Art Exhibition Aviskar: An Art exhibition AVISKAR was held in September 2010 at CIT Campus and is expected to become an annual event. Newsletter Centurion Times: Centurion Times the newsletter of CIT will be published from the month of July 2011. 5.2.3. Campus Facilities Laundry Services: There is a manual as well as mechanized laundry in CIT Campus and the service is complemented with room service. Gymnasium: A well equipped gym is available in the campus with specific timing for boys and girls separately. Co-operative Store: The Campus houses one fast food centre, one Nestle Maggi centre, two bakery stores and one stationery shop which provides easy access to all needs of the students and faculty residing in the campus. Dispensary: There are 24 X 7 medical facilities available on campus. A doctor is appointed and is available on call.

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Centurion University of Technology and Management Sports Facilities: Facilities in sports include pitches for Cricket, Basketball, Football, Badminton, and Throw ball. Carom and Table Tennis facility is available in each hostel separately. Wi-Fi Connectivity: All the hostels in CIT campus is Wi-Fi connected Student Accommodation Boys Hostel: There is a common Boys hostel for School of Technology and School of Management with a capacity of 820 students. Girls Hostel: A common girls hostel with a capacity of 512 students accommodates the girl students of School of Technology and School of Management. School of Management: It is following: Modern Electronic devices Air Conditioned Classrooms Wireless connectivity A Dedicated Computer lab Library and Information Centre CIT Library The CIT Library is a reader's paradise. The reading hall has a capacity to accommodate 519 readers at a time. The library remains open from 9 am to 9 pm. CIT Library has subscription to DELNET, IEEE Electronics Library and Digital Electronics Library which is the core hub of numerous digitally formatted books, journals, and magazines. The library houses a collection of 1788 titles, 9667 volumes, 46 national journals, and 28 international journals for engineering students and 319 titles, 1789 volumes, 43 journals and 41 international journals for MBA. 6. SCHOOLS AND PROGRAMMES This section gives details about specializations in different schools and the academic policies which are specific to different schools. The academic policies need to be read in consonance with those of CUTM mentioned in section 2. furnished with state of the art facilities, including the

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Centurion University of Technology and Management 6.1. School of Technology The different streams in different campuses and the representative facilities in different streams are provided here. The details of the programmes, academic rules specific to the Schools of Technology, activities of the Office of Industry Interface and a perspective on the extracurricular activities are provided in this section. 6.1.1. Departments and Streams

School of Technology

Departments

Streams

Date Start

of Key Resources

School of Technology, Parlakhemundi Electronics Department Electronics and 2000 Communication Engineering

Basic Electronics Laboratory Analog Electronics Laboratory Digital Electronics Laboratory Digital Signal Processing Laboratory (MATLAB) Design and Simulation Lab (ORCAD) Microprocessor and Micro-controller Laboratory VLSI Laboratory Analog and Digital Communication Laboratory Robotic Laboratory

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School of Technology

Departments

Streams

Date Start

of Key Resources

Electrical and 1997 Electronics Engineering

Electronics and 1999 Instrumentation Engineering

Electrical and Electronics Measurement Laboratory Energy Conversion Devices Control and Instrumentation Laboratory Basic Electrical Engineering Laboratory Network Theory Laboratory Electrical Machines Laboratory Control and Simulation Engineering Laboratory Power Electronics Laboratory Process Control Instrumentation Laboratory Sensor & Signal Laboratory Measurement Laboratory Bio-medical Instrumentation Laboratory Departmental Laboratory

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School of Technology

Departments

Streams

Date Start

of Key Resources

Computer Science &IT Engineering Computer Science and Engineering 1997

Information Technology 2000

Electrical and Electronics Measurement Laboratory Energy Conversion Devices Control and Instrumentation Laboratory Basic Electrical Engineering Laboratory Network Theory Laboratory Electrical Machines Laboratory Control and Simulation Engineering Laboratory Power Electronics Laboratory Basic Computing Laboratory Advanced Computing Laboratory RDBMS Laboratory AIS (Academic Information System) software running to assist students, teachers and non-teaching staff to do their job more efficiently and effectively.

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School of Technology

Departments

Streams

Date Start

of Key Resources

Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering 1997 Civil Engineering Civil Engineering 2009 Chemical Engineering Chemical Engineering 1997 School of Technology, Bhubneswar Electronics Engineering Electronics and Electrical Engineering 2008

Basic Computing Laboratory Advance Computing Laboratory RDBMS Laboratory IBM COE Laboratory CAO & CN Laboratory Central Computing Laboratory Material Testing Laboratory Fluid Mechanics Laboratory Surveying Laboratory Mass-Transfer Operation Laboratory Chemical Reaction Engineering Laboratory Mechanical Unit Operations Laboratory Fluid Mechanic Laboratory Fuel Technology Laboratory Heat Transfer Laboratory Electrical and Electronics Measurement Laboratory Energy Conversion Devices

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School of Technology

Departments

Streams

Date Start

of Key Resources

Control and Instrumentation Laboratory Basic Electrical Engineering Laboratory Network Theory Laboratory Electrical Machines Laboratory Control and Simulation Engineering Laboratory Power Electronics Laboratory

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School of Technology

Departments

Streams

Date Start

of Key Resources

Electronics and Communication Engineering 2000

Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering


Basic Electronics Laboratory Analog Electronics Laboratory Digital Electronics Laboratory Digital Signal Processing Laboratory (MATLAB) Design and Simulation Lab (ORCAD) Microprocessor and Micro-controller Laboratory VLSI Laboratory Analog and Digital Communication Laboratory Robotic Laboratory CAD/CAM Laboratory Material Testing Laboratory Central Workshop Mechanical Engineering Laboratory Heat and Mass Transfer Laboratory Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulic Machines Lab An exclusive welding workshop Department Library CNC Workshop

1997

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School of Technology

Departments

Streams

Date Start

of Key Resources

Computer Science and IT Engineering Computer Science and Engineering 1997 Civil Engineering Civil Engineering 2009

Production Centre Basic Computing Laboratory Advance Computing Laboratory RDBMS Laboratory IBM COE Laboratory CAO and CN Laboratory Central Computing Laboratory Material Testing Laboratory Fluid Mechanics Laboratory Surveying Laboratory

Note: The Mechanical Department, Computer Science Department, Chemical Department and Electronics and Electrical Engineering Department of School of Technology, Parlakhemundi are accredited by NBA: 6.2. School of Management The School of Management has a right mix of classroom study and practical exposure. The details of the programmes, academic rules specific to the Schools of Management, activities of the Office of Industry Interface and a perspective on the extracurricular activities are provided in this section.

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Centurion University of Technology and Management 6.2.1. Programme The School offers a two years full time residential Masters in Business Administration (MBA) affiliated to All India Council of Technical Education (AICTE), Ministry of HRD, Govt of India with 120 seats. The MBA at CUTM is designed in a manner to enable students with core knowledge of concepts fundamental to management studies, develop analytical skills which are indispensable in problem solving and decision making, understand the process of management and human behaviour in organization, and gain insights into the changing business, economic, social and political environments which affect the commercial world. The highlights of the Pedagogy, the different Specializations, the Summer Internship Programmes and the concept of Immersion Courses are discussed below. Pedagogy

The course is facilitated through extensive mix of various methodologies such as, classroom lectures, case study methods, simulations, games, brainstorming sessions, debates, drama, movies, field projects and other experiential learning methodologies. Specialization Functional Specialization: It deals with traditional functional spheres of management namely Finance, Marketing, Human Resource, Entrepreneurship, Insurance and Rural Management. A student has to opt for minimum of five courses in one functional area in the third semester to be considered as specialized in the area. Domain Specialization: Domain is a distinct feature of the School of Management which is a student-led activity based programme that aims to empower students with close guidance of faculty. Specialization refers to the applied areas of Management. Under domain specialization, a student in the fourth semester needs to choose a domain from the following: Financial Services, Rural Development, Business Analytics and Enterprise Resource Planning. Every domain has a bouquet of papers which a student is required to study. The curricula for these papers have been developed keeping in view the needs of the corporate and social sectors in each domain. For this purpose, we are signing MOU with domain partners drawn from respective industry categories. The student will be attached to the respective

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Centurion University of Technology and Management industries for completion of the papers and to gain hands on experience. This exposure will enhance the employability quotient of the student and help in building a robust career. The domain specialization can be attained by earning 27 credits through workshop mode of learning, supported by the faculty and the professionals drawn from domain partners. Its main purpose is to groom industry-ready professionals.

School

Specialization

School Management, Parlakhemundi

of Functional Specialization: Marketing, Finance

Domain

specialization:

Rural

Enterprise

Management and financial services

School Management, Bhubaneswar

of Functional Specialization: Finance, Marketing, HR

Domain specialization: ERP with SAP, financial services with business analytics

Summer Internship

On completion of the first year, the students gain hands-on experience in the application of core concepts and functional skills through a Summer Project with leading corporate firms. This practice of 'Learning by Doing' helps the student relate the rigor of theory to the world of business. They work on projects as per the specification of the company. At the end of 8-10 weeks of a closely guided project under the supervision of a company executive, the student submits a report to the company. Companies may also offer Pre-Placement Offers (PPOs) to students who perform well during the internship.

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Centurion University of Technology and Management Immersion Courses

These are compulsory non-credit courses for exposing the students to cutting-edge industry practices. Leading industry practitioners and researchers offer to update students and faculty alike. 7. ACTS OF SERIOUS MISCONDUCT In every academic and non-academic set up within the university, the students are expected to adhere to the highest standard of behaviour and conduct. The acts of serious misconducts include, but are not limited to the following: 7.1. Ragging To reinforce the zero tolerance policy of ragging in CUTM, the order of Supreme Court of India has been reproduced below in italics: In pursuance to the order of the Honble Supreme Court of India passed in Civil Appeal No. 887, dated 16.03.2009 as well as based on decisions of the 11th Academic Council meeting of 07.07.2008 and 13th Board of Management meeting of JITM on 22.06.2009, it is hereby communicated to all concerned that : Pursuant to the order dated 03.03.2001, the University Grants Commission has filed written submissions/ guidelines. An advance copy has already been supplied to the learned counsel, opposite. This public interest litigation highlights a menace pervading the educational institutions of the country which in spite of efforts made by the Central Government, the University Grants Commission, State Governments and some of the educational Institutions is unfortunately showing an upwards trend. The petitioner seeks directions of this Court so as to curb the menace of ragging. The pleadings are complete. In as much as the petition involves dealing with an issue, which is likely to affect a large numbers of students and relationship of the students interest belonging to different age groups and coming from different social and cultural background

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Centurion University of Technology and Management as also the arising for decision cannot be dealt with through a legalistic approach only; sociological and psychological factors shall have to be kept in view. The Supreme Court Order: In exercise of the jurisdiction by Article 32 and Article 142 of the Constitution we issue the following guidelines: This Court views with concern the increase in the number of incidents of ragging in educational institutions. Some of reported incidents have crossed the limits of decency, morality and humanity. Some of the States have acted by enacting legislations and making ragging as defined therein a cognizable and punishable offence. Moreover, we felt ragging cannot be cured merely by making it a cognizable criminal offence. Moreover, we feel that acts of indiscipline and misbehaviour on the part of the students must primarily be dealt with within the institution and by exercise of the disciplinary authority of the teachers over the students and of the management of the institutions over the teachers and students. Students ought to ordinarily be subjected to police action unless it is unavoidable. The students going to educational institutions for learning should not remain under constant fear of being dealt with by police and sent to jail and face the Courts. The faith in the teachers for the purpose of maintaining discipline should be restored and the responsibility fixed by emphasizing the same. Broadly Speaking Ragging is: Definition: Any disorderly 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 or asking the students to do any act or perform something which such students will not do 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 of a fresher or a junior student.

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Centurion University of Technology and Management Failure to prevent ragging shall be construed as an act of negligence in maintaining discipline in the institution. Similar responsibility shall be liable to be fixed on hostel wardens / superintendents. The hostels / accommodations where freshers are accommodated shall be carefully guarded if necessary by posting security personnel and placed in-charge of a warden/ superintendent who should reside where in the entry of seniors and outsiders shall be prohibited after specified hour of night and before except under the permission in-charge. Entry at other times may also be regulated. If the individuals committing or abetting ragging are not identified collective punishment could be restored to act as deterrent punishment and to ensure collective pressure on the potential raggers. Migration Certificate issued by the institution should have an entry apart from that to general conduct and behaviour whether the student had participated in and in particular was punished for ragging. If an institution fails to curb ragging, the UGC/Funding Agency may consider stoppage of financial assistance to such an institution till such time as it achieves the same. An university may consider disaffiliating a college or institution which fails to curb ragging. The university and the institution shall at a reasonable time before the commencement of an academic year and therefore (thereafter) at such frequent intervals as may be expedient deliberate over and devise such positive and constructive activities to be arranged by involving the students generally so that the seniors and juniors and existing students and the fresher, interact with each other in healthy atmosphere and develop a friendly relationship so as to behave like members of a family in an institution. Seniors or juniors should be encouraged to exhibit their talents in such events so as to shed their complexes. We make it clear that these guidelines are only illustrative and are not intended to come in the way of the institutions and authorities devising ways and means to curb the ragging. If there are local laws governing ragging they shall be implemented and knowledge and information about such laws shall also be disseminated. Ragging if becomes unmanageable or amounts of cognizable offence, the same may be reported to the police. However, the police should be called in or allowed entry in the campus at the instance of the head of the

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Centurion University of Technology and Management institution or the person in-charge. We expect the police also to deal with such incidents when brought to his notice for action by keeping in mind that they are dealing with students and not criminals. The action of the police should never by violent and be always guided by a correctional attitude. The UGC shall bring these guidelines to the notice of all educational institutions. Publicity may also be given by issuing press notes in public interest by UGC and Central Government. In addition to the above the State Govt. has provision for strict penal action against the students and college authorities in case of any reported incidents of ragging. Irrespective of the legal implications, we strongly believe that ragging is an abominable, abhorrent practice that must be opposed by one and all and eliminated completely at any cost. The Honble Apex Court has taken a serious view on the occurrence of ragging in educational institutions; this fact may be brought to the notice of all students. All senior students should be made aware of the punishment to be awarded to them if they are found indulging in any form of ragging. At the start of the academic session, all students should submit an undertaking to the effect that they would never be involved in any form of ragging during their study in the institution. An institutional framework should be put in place where the students can file complaint against ragging, this system should be made known to all fresh students during counselling. An anti-ragging movement/ campaign/ awareness should be initiated amongst the students/ teachers/ parents that ragging shall not go unpunished. Anti Ragging Committees should be constituted in each college with representatives from teaching faculty, students and management. The Committee may also co-opt members from local administration and voluntary organizations, if required, for monitoring the measures taken by the Institute for prevention of ragging and for looking into the specific instances of complain of ragging and suggest appropriate actions against individuals indulging in ragging. A toll free number called, Sanjog Help-line 155335 (provided by BSNL) may be used for instant information on ragging.

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Centurion University of Technology and Management 7.2. Plagiarism Plagiarism is defined in dictionaries as wrongful appropriation, close imitation, purloining and publication of another authors language, thoughts, ideas or expressions, and the representation of them as their own original work. Plagiarism is disapproved on the ground of moral offence. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plagiarism) In academics, plagiarism by students, teachers or researchers, is considered academic dishonesty or academic fraud, and offenders are subject to academic censure, up to and including expulsion. The University has Zero Tolerance to Plagiarism. Students suspected of Plagiarism are subject to severe penalties. 7.3. Student Behaviour The College may hold the student responsible for any conduct that disrupts or impairs the College community in the pursuit of its educational purpose, whether it occurs on or off campus. 7.4. Consumption of Alcoholic Beverages Consumption of alcoholic beverages is banned within the University campuses. Any student caught violating the rule will be subject to strict action by the management. 7.5. Assault or Threat to Assault Any unprivileged contact is an assault. (Unprivileged contact is any unwanted touching that is not justified by proper cause or need.) The seriousness of an assault increases with the harm or potential to cause harm. No one may assault or threaten another person. 7.6. Vandalism Defacing, littering, or damaging property of the university is prohibited. This includes graffiti on walls, in bathrooms, on classroom screens, or other areas.

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Centurion University of Technology and Management 7.7. Theft or Unauthorized Possession Students involved in the taking, or possession of property without the consent of its owner may be subject to university disciplinary action as well as arrest and prosecution by legal authorities. 7.8. Sexual Harassment CUTM is committed to creating and maintaining a community in which Staff, Faculty and students, can work together in an environment free of violence, harassment, exploitation, and intimidation. This includes all forms of gender violence, sexual harassment, and discrimination on the basis of sex / gender. Sexual harassment has come to be widely condemned as a form of human rights violation, and as an infringement on life and liberty as defined by the Constitution of India. Following this, CUTM is committed to uphold the Constitutional mandate ensuring the above mentioned human rights of all those who fall within its jurisdiction. It has formed the Sexual harassment committee that will penalize the offenders and will take strict action against people who do not follow its policies and rules. The purpose is to make every employee and student aware that we as a University believe in Gender Equality and protection of Fundamental Rights. Where sexual harassment is found to have occurred, the University will act to stop the harassment, prevent its recurrence, and discipline and/or take other appropriate action against those responsible. 7.9. Misuse of Electronics Equipment Students should not use computers, fax machines, phones or any other electronic equipment for harassment, criminal mischief, threat, or for any other unlawful purpose. The students are not allowed to chat, watch movie, and share any kind of pornographic pictures on the local area network. Any student identified indulging in such activities will be fined with an amount of Rs.500/-.

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Centurion University of Technology and Management 7.10. False or Baseless Allegation against Faculty Members

Levelling false and baseless allegation against faculty members or officer is subject to harsh punishment and penalty. 8. STUDENTS DISCIPLINARY MEMO Being the student of CUTM, he or she has to abide by the rules and regulations of the institution and hostel. Any violation of rules such as misconduct, misbehaviour, creating disturbance inside the campus/ hostel or in CUTM bus, shortage of attendance, taking part in strike, violation of examination rule etc. will lead to a Memo. There are three types of Memo First memo (Blue Colour): If a student violates any rule for the first time, then this memo is issued for not repeating the same in the future. A copy of this memo is sent to his / her parent. Second memo (Green Colour): If the particular student violates any such rule for the second time, this memo is issued. It is the warning letter with fine for not repeating such mistake in future for which he / she would be rusticated from the college should the offence be committed again. A copy of the same will be sent to his / her parents requesting to meet the Principal / Vice Principal regarding the same. Third memo (Red Colour): If the student repeats any mistake for the third time, either he/ she is forced to take the CLC or has to be rusticated from the college on disciplinary ground. The management reserves the right to issue any of these memos to a student who violates the rules depending on the seriousness of the violation. For the first time also if a student, violating a rule is serious by nature then the third memo may be issued to that student directly without any prior information. 9. GRIEVANCE REDRESSAL AUTHORITIES

Problem related to hostel, the Warden or the Manager (Administration) should be contacted. Problems related to academic matters, Vice Principal Academic or the respective Head of the Department should be contacted.

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Centurion University of Technology and Management Problems related to administration matters, Vice Principal Administration should be contacted. Problems related to extracurricular activities, Vice Principal (External interface) should be contacted. Problem related to training and placement, Coordinator Placement should be contacted. Problem related to the Student Welfare issues, Student Welfare office should be contacted. In case still the problem continues to exist the students should contact Director or Principal.

10. CUTM WISHES GOOD LUCK!! Involving self is the only justice one can do to his/her work. As the syllabus is large and teachers have a limited time frame to complete the syllabus, the classroom study generally happens to be broad and fast. Thats where self study outperforms the classroom teaching. This concern makes us give a general set of advice to smoothen the academic journey in CUTM. The following tips though not proven scientifically still are worth to incorporate: Time Organization: Organizing time out of the busy schedule is the first and the most difficult thing to do. Review the Same Day: Daily review of the chapters tends to cement the information to the brain and paves an easy way for the next official study session either in classroom or by self. Once days pass, going through the previous days study takes more effort. Learn before Memorizing: One should get an overview and understanding of the substance before moving forward to memorizing it. Begin with Basics: It is easy to assume some information is obvious and neglect it. But incorporating the easy stuff into the study costs little and dilutes the harder material keeping the burden lighter. Use images, Diagrams and Examples: use of specific and related diagrams, examples and images helps in connecting to the study better and understanding better. It adds depth and interest to the learning and increases effectiveness and efficiency. Prioritize your learning

All the Best!!!

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Centurion University of Technology and Management 11. APPENDIX This section lists out the information like faculty details of School of Technology and School of Management, important contacts, list of holidays and road map to Parlakhemundi and Bhubaneswar campus. 11.1. Faculty at School of Technology

JAGANNATH INSTITUTE FOR TECHNOLOGY & MANAGEMENT (JITM) - PARALAKHEMUNDI

Sl No

Name

Designation

Contact No

E-mail Id

Dr. Ashok Misra

Registrar and Associate Professor Mathematics

9437123384

ashok.misra@cutm.ac. in

Smt. Banitamani Mallick

Assistant Professor (Mathematics)

9437713627

banita.mallik@cutm.a c.in

Mr. D. Jeeva Ratnam

Lecturer (Mathematics)

9861689859

djratnam@cutm.ac.in

Mr. Deepak Acharya

Lecturer (Mathematics)

9778268797

deepakacharya@cutm. ac.in

Dr. Prajna Pani

HOD, Basic Science and Associate Professor in English

9437194131

prajana.pani@cutm.ac. in

Mr. Girish Prasad Rath

Sr. Lecturer (English)

9437448868

gprath@cutm.ac.in

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Designation

Contact No

E-mail Id

Mr. M. Sudarsan Rao

Lecturer (English)

9861379588

sudarsan.m@cutm.ac.i n

Mr. Amir Prasad Behera

Lecturer (English)

amir.prasad@cutm.ac.i n

Prof.(Dr.) K. V. G. Krishnamurthy

Professor

9437375398

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Dr. Ramananda Nayak

Associate Professor

9338605231

ramanandajitm@rediff mail.com

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Mr. Satya Prakash Nanda

Asst. Professor

9437381997

nandaspjitm@yahoo.c om

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Mr. S. K. Maharana

Lecturer

skmoharana@cutm.ac. in

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Dr. S. S. Nayak

Professor

9861260374

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Dr. Pratibha Tripathy

Associate Professor

prativa.tripathy@cutm .ac.in

15

Mr. Gouri Kumar Sahu

Sr. Lecturer

9437433932

gksahu@cutm.ac.in

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Designation

Contact No

E-mail Id

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Mr. Priyabrata Mahapatro

Lecturer

9439645210

priyabrata@cutm.ac.in

17

Mr. G. Naga Raju

Assistant Professor

gnraju@cutm.ac.in

18

Mr. Prasanna Kumar Karjee

Assistant Professor

pk.karjee@cutm.ac.in

19

Mr. Partha Sarathi Panigrahy

Lecturer

9438114699

partha.panigrahi@cut m.ac.in

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Mr. Anjan Kumar Sahoo

Lecturer

9437854348

anjan.sahoo@cutm.ac. in

21

Mr. K. Dhananjay Rao

Lecturer

9692303220

kdhananjay.rao@cutm .ac.in

22

Mr. Manoj Kumar Samal

Lecturer

95565523663

manoj.samal@cutm.ac .in

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Mr. Satish Kumar Ramoji

Lecturer

86586 32525

satish.ramoji@cutm.ac .in

24

Prof.(Dr) C. R. Rao

Professor

9441345650

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Dr. P. S. V. Ramana Vice Principal

09394614546

psvr.rao@cutm.ac.in

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Name

Designation (Academic)

Contact No

E-mail Id

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Mr. Mir Sadat Ali

Sr. Assistant Professor

9437619974

sadat.ali@cutm.ac.in

27

Mr. Satyabrata Nayak

Lecturer

88895309521

snayak@cutm.ac.in

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Mr. M. Abdul Razak

Lecturer

9394537289

abdul.razak@cutm.ac.i n

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Mr. Satish Kumar Adapa

Lecturer

8018519788

asatish@cutm.ac.in

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Mr. Suman Pandipati

Lecturer

9692813366

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Mr. G. Balamurali

Lecturer

9692867242

balamurali@cutm.ac.i n

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Mr. Suresh Goka

Lecturer

9777674840

g.suresh@cutm.ac.in

33

Mr. Abhimanyu Patro

HOD and Sr. Assistant 9437783304 Professor

a.patra@cutm.ac.in

34

Mr. Janna Ranjan Tripathy

Assistant Professor

jrtripathy@cutm.ac.in

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Contact No

E-mail Id

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Mr. Ashok Kumar Nayak

Assistant Professor

ashok.nayak@cutm.ac. in

36

Ms. E. Ganna Shiney

Assistant Professor

shiney@cutm.ac.in

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Mr. Manoj Kumar Kar

Lecturer

9437139952

manoj@cutm.ac.in

38

Mr. Sambeet Patro

Lecturer

9778479151

sambeet.patro@cutm.a c.in

39

Mr. Chandra Bhushan Kumar

Lecturer

9338507939

cbkumar@cutm.ac.in

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Ms. Monalisa Sahu

Lecturer

9437071815

monalisa.sahu@cutm. ac.in

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Ms. Satarupa Panda

Lecturer

42

Ms. M. Hemalata Rao

HOD and Assistant Professor

9437358426

hemalata.rao@cutm.ac .in

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Mr. Manoj Kumar Naik

Assistant Professor

9437880424

naik.manoj.kumar@cu tm.ac.in

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Designation

Contact No

E-mail Id

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Mr. Sandipan Pine

Assistant Professor

8895308800

sandipan@cutm.ac.in

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Mr. Ananyaja Debadipta

Assistant Professor

adebadipta@cutm.ac.i n

46

Mr. Satyanarayan Padhi

Lecturer

9438251062

snpadhy@cutm.ac.in

47

Mr. Binod Kumar Padhi

Lecturer

9861647539

binod.padhi@cutm.ac. in

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Mr. Rakesh Kumar Pattnaik

Lecturer

96922303310

rakesh.patnaik@cutm. ac.in

49

Prof.(Dr) K. Parvati

Dean (Post Graduate)

9437434785

deanpg.pkd@cutm.ac.i n

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Dr. Dhruba Charan Panda

HOD and Associate Professor

9437887147

dcpanda@cutm.ac.in

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Mr. T. V. S. Dibakar

Assistant Professor

tvsdibakar@cutm.ac.in

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Mr. M. Vamshi Krishna

Assistant Professor

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Contact No

E-mail Id

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Mr. Rajesh Kumar Mishra

Assistant Professor

9861420468

rkmishra@cutm.ac.in

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Mr. Prabhat Ranjan Sahoo

Sr. Lecturer

9439647573

prsahoo@cutm.ac.in

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Mr. Prabhat Kumar Pattnaik

Lecturer

9861374646

prabhat.patnaik@cutm .ac.in

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Mr. Shibashis Pradhan

Lecturer

9337199970

spradhan@cutm.ac.in

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Mr. A. Vikram Reddy

Lecturer

58

Mr. Arbind Kumar Singh

Lecturer

9861314212

arbindsingh@cutm.ac. in

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Mr. Debi Prasad Pattnaik

Lecturer

94375 48500

deviprasad@cutm.ac.i n

60

Mr. Abinash Gaya

Lecturer

7735363537

abinashgaya@cutm.ac. in

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Mr. G. Girish

Lecturer

ggirish@cutm.ac.in

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Designation

Contact No

E-mail Id

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Mr. Suvendu Kumar Nayak

HOD and Assistant Professor

9438082745

suvendu@cutm.ac.in

63

Mr. Rashmi Ranjan Kar

Assistant Professor

9439555222

64

Mr. Pradeep Kumar Mahapatro

Assistant Professor

9437259765

pradeepmahapatro@cu tm.ac.in

65

Mr. M. Laxman Rao

Assistant Professor

laxman.rao@cutm.ac.i n

66

Mr. Chandan Kumar Giri

Assistant Professor

9437656310

chandankumargiri@cu tm.ac.in

67

Mr. A. Avinash

Assistant Professor

68

Ms. Deepika Dash

Lecturer

9439814312

deepika.dash@cutm.ac .in

69

Mr. Sashi Bhusan Moharana

Lecturer

9437090359

sbmaharana@cutm.ac. in

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Mr. K. Santosh Chandra Rao

Lecturer

kschandra.rao@cutm.a c.in

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Designation

Contact No

E-mail Id

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Ms. M. Rajani

Lecturer

09491811944

rajanimalla.mca@cut m.ac.in

72

Mr. Vijay Miditana

HOD and Assistant Professor

9441053630

vijay.miditana@cutm. ac.in

73

Mr. Sirish Ch. Putla

Assistant Professor

9778440777

sirish.pulta@cutm.ac.i n

74

Mr. Y. Satya Dash

Assistant Professor

7735941125

satya.das@cutm.ac.in

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Ms. Amruta Dash

Lecturer

9439872905

amruta.dash@cutm.ac. in

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Ms. Madhavi Dash

Lecturer

9437697203

madhabi.das@cutm.ac .in

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CENTURION INSTITUTUTE OF TECHNOLOGY (CIT) - JATNI BHUBANESWAR Sl No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Name Dr.Ardhendu Mouli Mohanty Murchhana Tripathy Debabala Swain Sasmita Kumari Nayak Sabyasachi Mohanty Suprava Das Manimay Das Sangram Keshari Swain Gopal Behera Manoj Behera Biswajit Samal Mamata Beura Chandrakant Mallick Sweta Acharya Amiya Kumar Dash Sumanjit Das Satyasis Mishra Mukesh Mishra Designation Principal Asst. Professor Assistant Professor Asst. Professor Asst. Professor Lecturer Lecturer Asst. Professor Asst. Professor Asst. Professor Lecturer Asst. Profesor Asst. Profesor Asst. Profesor Lecturer Asst. Profesor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Contact No 9937297558 E-mail Id

principal.cit@cutm.ac. in 8895561428 mtripathy@cutm.ac.in 9861369640 debabalaswain@cutm. ac.in 9861409670 samita.nayak@cutm.a c.in 9437052454 sabyasachi@cutm.ac.i n 9861219199 suprava@cutm.ac.in

9437469789 manimay.das@cutm.a c.in 9937093949 sangram@cutm.ac.in 9040480972 gopal@cutm.ac.in 8093788089 manojbehera@cutm.ac .in 9040201401 biswajitsamal@cutm.a c.in 7735860062 mamatabeura@cutm.a 9040888661 c.in 9438734485 chandrakant@cutm.ac. in 9439317628 sweta@cutm.ac.in 9658192964 amiyadash@cutm.ac.i n 9861150257 sumanjit@cutm.ac.in 9861085467 s.mishra@cutm.ac.in 9337181868 mukesh.mishra@cutm. ac.in

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Name Amiya Singh Harish Chandra Mohanta Durgesh Nandini Dash Debendra Kumar Sahoo` Biswajit Mishra Satyaprakash Narayan Das Sonali Ray Manas Ranjan Mantri Jyoti Mohanty Prabhat Kumar Barik Jagannath Padhy Nandakishore Ray Manisha Jena Smita Jana Harepriya Behera

Designation Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Sr. Asst. Professor` Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Asst. Profesor Asst. Profesor Professor Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer

Contact No

E-mail Id

9853336230 amiya.singh@cutm.ac. in 9437106269 harishmohanta@cutm. ac.in 9438585798 durgesh@cutm.ac.in 9437504475 dksahoo@cutm.ac.in 8984104896 biswajitmishra@cutm. ac.in 9437285263 spndas@cutm.ac.in 9124038096 sonaliray@cutm.ac.in 9861406265 manasmantri@cutm.ac .in 9439006167 jyotimohanty@cutm.a c.in 9861890054 prabhatbarik@cutm.ac .in 9437016319 jpadhi@cutm.ac.in 9861252525 nandakishore@cutm.a c.in 9853330639 nandakishore@cutm.a c.in 9778237633 smitajana@cutm.ac.in 9778808598 harapriya@cutm.ac.in 9439735192 sidharth@cutm.ac.in 9778411433 mousumi@cutm.ac.in 9778811437 kamalesh@cutm.ac.in 9861075636 amitkumar@cutm.ac.i n 9338583391 biswajitmohapatra@cu tm.ac.in

Sidharth Sabyasachi Asst. Professor Mousumi Biswal Kamalesh Chandra Rout Amit Kumar Sahoo Biswajit Mohapatra Asst. Profesor Asst. Profesor Asst. Profesor Asst. profesor

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Name Ramesh Chandra Mohanty Chandan Kumar Sudhansu Bhusan Mohapatra Arif Hussain Mahendra Kumar Rath Soma Dal Behera Biswajit Mishra

Designation Assistant Professor Lecturer Sr.Lecturer Lecturer Asst. Profesor Asst. Profesor Asst. Professor

Contact No

E-mail Id

9437189430 rcmohanty@cutm.ac.i n 9338046718 chandankumar@cutm. ac.in 9438352609 sbmohapatra@cutm.ac .in 9132125816 arif.hussain@cutm.ac.i n 9556098227 mkrath@cutm.ac.in 9937994512 soma@cutm.ac.in biswajit@cutm.ac.in

Biswaranjan Muduli Lecturer Jagadish Mallick Prasant Nayak Singha Samanta LaxmikantaRautara y Javed Ather Ganesh Chandra Dhal Dr.Susanta Ku. Biswal Swarnaprava Mantry Achyut Kumar Panda Subhraraj Panda Ambika Ray Nibedita Nayak Biswonath Sahoo Assistant Professor Lecturer Asst. Profesor 9861869664 jmallick@cutm.ac.in 8763287767 prasant.nayak@cutm.a c.in 9778586706 sslaxmikanta@cutm.ac .in 9583133611 javed@cutm.ac.in 8895463345 ganeshdhal@cutm.ac.i n 9438607080 dr.skbiswal@cutm.ac.i n 9438181626 smantry@cutm.ac.in 9437132916 achyut.panda@cutm.a c.in 9438817477 subhrarajpanda@cutm. 9937482470 ac.in 9861271880 ambikaray@cutm.ac.i n 9437618230 nibeditanayak@cutm.a c.in 9556098412 biswanathsahoo@cut m.ac.in

50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58

Asst. Profesor Asst. Profesor Associate Professor Lecturer Assistant Professor Sr. Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer Lecturer

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Name MD Siddique

Designation Sr. Lecturer

Contact No

E-mail Id

60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67

Nrusingha Charan Ojha Kali Prasad Rath Gopinath Sahoo Dr. Sujata Pattnaik Pradeep Kumar Sahoo Dr. Anubha Ray Asima Mattagajsingh Rasmita Kalasi

Asst. Professor Sr. Lecturer Lecturer Professor Lecturer Associae Professor Lecturer Lecturer

9090238860 siddique@cutm.ac.in 9178410704 9438486126 9861217104 ncojha@cutm.ac.in 9439258547 kaliprasad@cutm.ac.in 9338767763 gopinath@cutm.ac.in 9437622625 spatnaik@cutm.ac.in 9437415057 pksahoo@cutm.ac.in 9437630115 anubha.ray@cutm.ac.i n 9439539647 asima@cutm.ac.in 9937656740 rasmitakalasi@cutm.a c.in

11.2.

Faculty at School of Management

Sl. No

Name of the Faculty Dr. Anita Patra Mr. Durga Prasad Padhi Mr. K. Venkata Ramana Mr. A. Ramakrishna Raju Sr. Assistant Professor 9437618075 Designation PGP Co-ordinator and Assistant Professor Contact No 9437424149

Email Address anitapatrajitm@gmail. com durgaprasad@cutm.ac. in ramanakalivarapu@g

1 2

Assistant Professor

9441027333

mail.com

Coordinator, Rural Management

9438324334

arkraju64@gmail.com

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Name of the Faculty Mr. N. Durga Prasad Mr. E.M. Reji Mr. Umakant Nayak Mr. Suvendu Mishra Mr. Sanjeev Tripathy Ms. Tushar Kanti Mohapatra Mr. Rashmi Ranjan Parida Mr. K. Ramana Babu Mr. Susanta Kumar Patro Mr. Parle Kalyan Chakravarty Prof. C.V.Kamesh Mr. Kshitish Kumar Khuntia Ms. Sangamitra Kanungo Lecturer 9861577534 Sr. Lecturer Lecturer Professor 9439337442 9861099866 9238606745 9238842524 Lecturer 9861384848 Designation Assistant Professor Contact No 9437259930

Email Address durgacsrem@gmail.co m rejimalayil@gmail.co m umakant.nayak@gmai l.com subhendu.mishra@gm ail.com sanjeev.tripathy@csre m.ac.in mohapatra.liza@gmail .com rashmiparida@csrem.a c.in ramanakilli@yahoo.co .in susanta.patro@cutm.a c.in pkchakravarty@cutm. ac.in
cvkamesh@cutm.ac.in

Assistant Professor

9437957130

Assistant Professor

9437365754

Assistant Professor

9477783391

Assistant Professor

8895957579

10

Lecturer

9861099866

11

Lecturer

09338663855

12

Lecturer

08099152315

13

14 15

16

kshitish.khuntia@cutm. ac.in

17

skanungo@cutm.ac.in

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Email Address

18

monalikarath@cutm.ac.i

Ms. Monalika Rath Mr. R. Pradeep Kumar Patnaik Mr. Byomakesh Debata Dr. Kalyan Kumar Sahoo

Sr. Lecturer

9776037233

19

pradeepkumar@cutm.a

Lecturer

9438122238

c.in

20

Lecturer

9861479737

bdebata@cutm.ac.in

21

kalyansahoo@cutm.ac.i

Associate Professor

9439301920

11.3.

Important Contacts

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Designation

Contact No

Parlakhemundi Campus

Mr. Bala Pattnaik

Director Administration

9437062475

Mr. A. Laxmipati Raju

Administrative Officer

9439132777

Placement Cell

In Charge Placement

9437563999

Admission Cell

In Charge Admission

9437161831

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Contact No

Mr. Rashmi Ranjan Kar

System Manager

9439555222

Mr. Sanjay Kumar Pradhan

System Administrator

9437092871

Mr. Tapas Kumar Bhuyan

Librarian

9437104220

M. V. G Rao

Medical In-charge

9437887146

S. Tejeswar Rao

Lab. Technician

9438101937

10

Mr. Santosh Kumar Nanda

Asst. Finance Manager

9437178105

11

Mr. Pramod Kumar Padhi

Accounts Officer

9861535762

12

Mr. M. Ramesh

Accounts Assistant

9437622976

13

Mr. S. Venkata Ravana

Accounts Assistant

9437623050

14

Mr. Pramod Kumar Panigrahi Ms. B. Kamala Dash

Chief Warden Boys Hostel

9861088989

15

Warden Girls Hostel

9437448548

16

Mr. A. Laxmipati Raju

Administrative Officer

9439132777

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Bhubaneswar Campus 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Dr. A. M. Mohanty Prof. J. Padhi Mr. C. R. Pattanayak Mr. Kartik Chandra Mishra Mr. Subhasis Routaray Mr. Md Siddique Mr. Achyut Kumar Panda Dr. Anubha Ray Mr. S. N. Pattanayak Mr. Dilip Kumar Nanda Mr. Gajendra Behera Mr. Jayadev Kar Mrs. Pramila Dash Pro Vice Chancellor Professor (EEE branch) Sr. Manager (HR and Admin.) Manager Administration Manager Operation In-Charge (Examination Cell) Hostel Superintendent (Boys) Hostel Superintendent (Girls) Chief Hostel Warden Hostel Warden (Boys) Hostel Warden (Boys) Hostel Warden (Boys) Hostel Warden (Girls) 8895540069 9437016319 9437269575 9438412919 9861202538 9090238860 9437132916 9437630115 7863512275 9438284750 9853315791 7504814530 8895249796

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Centurion University of Technology and Management 11.4. Sl No 1 2 3 4 5 6 List of Holidays Name Of Holiday Raksha Bandhan Independence Day Janmastami Id-ul-fitr Ganesh Chaturthi Durga Puja Date 13-08-2011 15-08-2011 22-08-2011 31-08-2011 01.09.2011 03.10.2011 To 12.10.2011 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Diwali Id-ul-zuha Republic Day Saraswati Puja Maha Shivaratri Holi Ram Navami Ambedkar Jayanti / Maha Bishubha Sankranti Total 22 Days 26-10-2011 07-11-2011 26.01.2012 28.01.2012 20.02.2012 09.03.2012 01.04.2012 14.04.2012 Weekday Saturday Monday Monday Wednesday Thursday Monday To Wednesday Wednesday Monday Thursday Tuesday Monday Friday Sunday Saturday

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The road map to Parlakhemundi Campus and Bhubaneswar Campus are as follows: 11.5.1. Road Map to Parlakhemundi Campus

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