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Bhadrak is one of the thirty districts of the State of Orissa with the geographical area of 2787.9 sq. kms. Formerly it was a Sub-Division of undivided Balasore District. It has got the status of a district since 1 st April 1993. Bhadrak is a north-eastern district of Orissa surrounded by the Bay of Bengal in the east, the districts of Kendrapada and Jajpur in the South, Keonjhar in the West and Balasore in the North. It is believed to be named after the famous Goddess 'Maa Bhadrakali' which is worshiped in a mediaeval temple in the outskirts of Bhadrak town, the head quarters of the district. Bhadrak is also famous for the 'Lord Akhandalamani' worshipped at Aradi about 37 kms. east of the town. Two major rivers 'Baitarani' and 'Salandi' enriched the soil of the district. Some small rivers and tributaries also flow in the district having significant influence in the economic life of the people of the district. The district is primarily agrarian.


Bhadrak College was established on 6th July, 1948 in Bhadrak town with  the initiative of some benevolent personalities like Dr. Harekrushna Mahatab, a noted politician, ex-Chief Minister of Orissa and ex-Governor of Maharastra, Narendra Prasad Das, a lawyer of repute, Chhakadi Mohanty, an eminent resident of the nereby village Jagannathpur, Mr. Sirajuddin, a well - known mines owner and a host of others. With a modest yet confident beginning, the College has traversed a long way. At first, the college was affiliated to Utkal University for Intermediate Arts only. Intermediate Science classes were started in 1954 - 55. Degree courses in Humanities and Science were introduced in 1951 and 1960-61 respectively.


The college entered upon a new phase of development after remaining under the private management for a long period of twenty-three years. It was taken over by the state Govt. in the year 1971. Under Govt. management it is  making headway in all directions. At present the college has 22 departments and imparts Honours teaching in as many as 20 subjects, such as English, Economics, Commerce, History, Political Science, Education, Psychology, Home Science, Sociology, Philosophy, Oriya, Sanskrit, Hindi, Urdu, Physics, Mathematics, Chemistry, Botany, Zoology and Computer Science. Computer Science Honours is the only Self - financing subject available in the college. With the opening of P.G. classes in various subjects such as Economics (1979), Commerce (1985), Urdu (1990), English and Chemistry (1993) and Political Science (1994), the college has carved out a niche for itsef in the academic echelons of the state. Conferment of autonomy in 2002 opened up new opportunities and challenges and the college rose to the occasion by capitalizing on the benefits of the autonomy.

The college provides Joint Venture computer Education programme in collaboration with 'Computer point' for the bona fide students of the college. It also has IGNOU study centre, which started functioning in 1999. It otters programmes like BOP, PGORO, CIC, CES, CTE, ONHE, etc. The courses are available to the public and students as well.



Bhadrak Autonomous College having a sprawling campus of 27 Acres is located in the headquarters of Bhadrak district in the state of Orissa. It is situated at a distance of 142 kms. away from the State Capital Bhubaneswar. The College stands approximately 1 km. awayJrom National Highway No.5 and 4 kms. away from Bhadrak Railway Station under the East Coast Division of Indian Railways. The college resembles Shantiniketan because of its sylvan setting and peaceful atmosphere. The college campus has the look of a 'Gurukul Ashram' of  the ancient times.



The climate of Bhadrak town is moderate throughout the year.



To be an advanced centre of learning, where pursuit of knowledge and search for excellence shall reign supreme unhindered by the barriers of caste, creed and religion.



  • To impart high quality education, general as well as job-oriented and develop appropriate skills for solving real life problems.

  • To inculcate the students with the habit of continuous learning.

  • To provide the students with equal opportunity without any discrimination of caste, colour, creed and sex.

  • To help the students in the unfolding of their creative abilities and development of their research temperament.

  • To foster the qualities of good citizenship.

  • To encourage the qualities of leadership keeping in view the challenges of time and societal responsibilities.

  • To create an atmosphere for adoption of the principles of morality and healthy practices of life.

  • To interact and remain in close liaison with other institutions of higher education for mutual benefit.


    • Bhadrak (Auto) College, Bhadrak Odisha, will abide by all rules & regulations to be promulgated time to time by UGC.



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