Department of Hindi

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The Department of Hindi was established in the year 1983 with the offering of Honours course in Hindi. The Postgraduate course in Hindi started a year later in 1984. The contribution of Prof. Tarini Charan Das Chidanand jiis unforgettable in this regard. The first girl student of the Department was Anjuman Ara, who is currently serving as Head of the Department. At present, the Department offers UG, PG, M.Phil. and Ph.D. programmes.

The Department regularly publishes course books for its students. It also maintains a wall magazine Srujanito showcase student accomplishments in Hindi literature.


To emerge as a center of excellence in the studies of Hindi with focus on innovative teaching, research and extension, activities for building a creative, enlightened and productive society.


  1. To take Hindi beyond classroom, inculcate problem solving skills and sensitiveness among students for rational decision making.
  2. To create and disseminate knowledge in Hindi through interdisciplinary research and creative enquiry for developing a dynamic, just and sustainable society.
  3. To proactively participate in Hindi policy designing through consultancy, extension activities and intervention efforts.

Maharaj K. C. Bhanj Deo

The department of chemistry was initially named as Mayurbhanj Chemical Laboratory. The red building with Victorian architecture, which houses the department still carries this name engraved on it. The Maharaja of the then princely state of Mayurbhanj, Sri Krushna Chandra Bhanja Deo, has generously contributed for the initial establishment of the laboratory.


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The department has produced generations of chemists and we are privileged to have an active alumni group, which supports the department in every aspect.