International Day for the elimination of Violence Against Women
Sixth National Webinar Lecture Series
Gandhi Jayanthi 2020
Fifth National Webinar Lecture Series
Fourth National Webinal Lecture Series
Third National Webinar Lecture Series
Independence Day Celebration
Second National Webinar Lecture Series
First National Webinar Lecture Series
ROLE OF NAAC IN ENHANCING THE QUALITY OF HIGHER EDUCATION
Webinar on recent trends in chemical sciences- 2020
An online symposium on responses to child labour: a constitutional perspective
Justice Late V.R.Krishna Iyer 2nd Online Lecture Series on Emerging Legal Issues and Challenges Organised by P.G. Department of LAW
International Webinar on Management in the Distruptive Era of COVID-19 Organised by Business Administration Department
International Webinar on Migration and Human Trafficking Organised by Anthropology Department
Online Lecture by "Prof. Deepak K. Behera, Vice Chancellor, Sambalpur University" conducted by Sambalpur University
Online Lecture by "Prof. Harihar Hota, Vice Chancellor, Sri Jagannath Sanskrit Viswavidyalaya,Puri" conducted by Sambalpur University
Online Lecture by "Prof. P. K. Chand, Vice Chancellor, North Orissa University" conducted by Sambalpur University
An online symposium on "Science, Economics, Politics and Law of Biodiversity" by Prof. Dr. S. P. Rathor.
Online Lecture by "Prof. Madhumita Das, Vice Chancellor, FM University" conducted by Sambalpur University
Online Lecture by "Prof. Srikant Mohapatra, Vice Chancellor, OSOU, Sambalpur" conducted by Sambalpur University
Online Lecture by "Prof. Padmaja Mishra, Vice Chancellor, RD Women's University" conducted by Sambalpur University
Online Lecture by "Prof. G. J. Chakrapani, Vice Chancellor, Berhampur University" conducted by Sambalpur University
Online Lecture by "Prof. Ishan K. Patro, Vice Chancellor, Ravenshaw University" conducted by Sambalpur University
Online Lecture by "Prof. S. M. Patnaik, Vice Chancellor, Utkal University" conducted by Sambalpur University
Online Lecture by "Prof. A. N. Mishra, Vice Chancellor, Khallikote University" conducted by Sambalpur University
Online Lecture by "Prof. Atanu Pati, Vice Chancellor, GM University" conducted by Sambalpur University
Productive Engagement of University Teachers and Research Scholars during COVID-19 Lockdown.
Online Lecture Series.
Rural Village Adoption Programme
53rd Foundation Day
MOU between SU and Odisha State Open University for Multimedia Studio
Senate Meeting 2019
30th Convocation of SUNIV
30th Convocation of SUNIV
The University started functioning in 1967.
Padmshree Haldhar Nag awarded Doctorate Degree by Sambalpur University
34th Inter University Central Zone Youth Festival
10th Orientation Programme
The Sambalpur University Act was passed by the Odisha Legislature on 10th December, 1966 to fulfill long cherished dream of the people of Western Odisha for establishment of a University. The University started functioning from 1st January, 1967 with Prof.Parsuram Mishra as the first Vice-Chancellor. The University was inaugurated on 4th January, 1967 by Hon’ble Chancellor A.N.Khosla. The University started functioning in 1967 in a rented private building at Dhanupali, Sambalpur and in Government building at Ainthapali, Sambalpur from 1968 - 72. In the year 1973 the University was shifted to the present campus named Jyoti Vihar at Burla.
The territorial jurisdiction of the University covers 10 districts of the state of Odisha namely Sambalpur, Sundargarh, Jharsuguda, Deogarh, Bargarh, Bolangir, Subarnapur, Nawapara, Kalahandi, Boudh and Athamallik Sub-Division of Angul District.
Sambalpur University occupies an important position in the academic scenario of the State of Odisha and India. As an institution of higher learning it has become a catalyzing factor of social change in a relatively underdeveloped region of the Odisha. For the last fifty-two years it has remained committed to the pursuit of academic excellence and has earned credibility among the stakeholders. Having obtained from the NAAC an impressive A Grade and CGPA of 3.15 in its second cycle of re-accreditation and occupying a position within the first 150 universities in the NIRF ranking, notwithstanding its insufficient infrastructure and funding, this university proves that a creditable performance can be achieved in the midst of adversity. This is an affiliating university, with 240 colleges still under its jurisdiction which is spread over as many as 10 districts of Odisha. Hence it is entrusted with the responsibility of educating over 90,000 students. Veritably, a mighty oak grown from a tiny acorn, this institution has come a long way. Back in 1967, it was a tiny institution, functioning at Patna House, Sambalpur. The campus at Jyoti Vihar, Burla, was built a decade later, and the academic, administrative as well as residential buildings for students and faculties came up in course of time. The campus at Jyoti Vihar is endowed with lush green woodlands and a peaceful atmosphere that is conducive to learning.
Sambalpur University has expanded its academic profile over the years to comprise 26 Postgraduate Departments in 42 subjects, and running self-financing programmes in 12 subjects. This institution has continuously expanded its curricular range in keeping with the emergent academic needs of the region. It has just opened up the Departments of Master of Social Works, Hindi, School of Performing Arts, Integrated M.Ed and B.Ed. Contractual faculties and Staff are engaged in these Departments at present.
Strive for academic excellence at par with national and international standards. Take up the social responsibility towards the educational uplift of the weaker sections of people as part of the institutional commitment. Make education and research socially more relevant by addressing some of the major regional issues. Provide effective leadership to improve the performance of various stakeholders through participatory management practice.Read more
The long cherished dream of the people of Western Odisha came true, and the indefatigable efforts of the academicians, intellectuals and political leaders of the region bore fruit when Sambalpur University Act was passed on 10 December, 1966. Sambalpur University came into being and became functionalRead more View Short Biography
UGC - Human Resource Development Centre (HRDC) have to envisage their new role, multidimensional and integrative in the
aims at selecting, acquiring, storing, retrieving and disseminating information for the benefit of academic community
It is a powerful medium for the Government to deliver services and perform day-to-day administration activities.
Sambalpur University Institute of Information Technology (SUIIT) is functioning successfully since year 2010
The P.G. Departments of sambalpur university offers Doctoral and Post-Doctoral research facility for NET/JRF/GATE students. Sambalpur University offers a limited numbers of scholarships for pursuing research work in various field of advance research. Some of the P.G. Depts have been recognized as center of EXCELLENCE and receive special grants for conducting advance level research. Some DRS projects are also being run by various P.G. DeptMore Research Project