The Career Counselling Cell is established in the college to address the diverse socio-economic challenges and geographic backgrounds of the students coming from various socio-economic backgrounds along with equity of access and placement opportunities through availability of appropriate institutional support.

It is important to materialise this support to enhance the reach and scope of available opportunities for the students and prepare them for the future challenges. To implement the above, Counselling Services have been implemented to enable the students to get over their social institutions and exclusivity, which are attributed to their socio-economic and cultural diversities and linguistic barriers. The Cell supports the students to make them confident to perform better. We always try both the academic and the career concerns and opportunities.


Along with the academic and administrative processes in a College, Career Counselling Cell has to be a platform of well-informed and interested teachers who can support the students in the developing soft skills and communication ability to challenge the tough competitive tests and on-job-training in add-on or vocational courses. It has to inculcate social values and ability to think independently for carrying out social responsibilities. The teachers who shoulder the responsibility take appropriate and in-time steps to create and to materialise the objectives. The Cell is a resource centre of information, guidance and counselling with free accessibility and internet based global connectivity and exchange of information on professional placements.


  1. To gather information on job avenues and placements in different institutions and concerns related to the courses that the College offers.
  2. To analyse information in the local, regional and national contexts to explore its relevance and utility for the students in their placements and on-job training.
  3. To organise seminars and guidance workshops for informing students about the emerging professional trends and events, job profiles, leadership roles, entrepreneurship, market needs and risks and implementation of national socio-economic policies and to impart training in soft skills.
  4. To promote discipline, healthy outlook and positive attitudes towards national integration and removal of narrow provincial preferences and prejudices.
  5. Final year students are also given opportunity to register themselves in the National Career Service Portal to get scope to avail the chance to get a job.


Coordinator: Mr. Usha Ranjan Das, Lecturer in Mathematics
1. Mr. Kishore Chandra Jena, Lecturer in Political Science
2. Miss Lipsa Rani Patra, Lecturer in Chemistry