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Academic Cell

The Academic Cell is the principal decision-making body on all academic matters related to teaching, research and educational programs. It implements the decisions taken by the Senate. The major activities of the Academic Cell are course formulation and periodic review of course structure, based on University guidelines and students’ feedback. The main functions of the Academic Cell are to discharge the following responsibilities:

  • To prepare academic calendar that contains tentative dates for all academic events for next one academic year.
  • To formulate instructions regarding the B.Tech & B. Arch. Course outlines and curriculum components through orientation and pre-admission counseling.
  • To promote improvement and ensure maintenance of academic standards.
  • To examine teaching syllabus and teaching plan, students-learning (syllabus) management and completion of other academic works authorized by the Principal.
  • To monitor the academic programs for consistency with the Institution mission, to recommend measures for modification and strengthening of academic programs.
  • To encourage innovative practices in teaching-learning.

The members of Academic Cell is

Sl. No. Name of the Faculty Designation Department Position
1 Prof. Satyendra Nath Chattopadhyay Principal CE Chairman
2 Prof. Gautam Bondyopadhyay Assistant Professor & TIC CE Member
3 Prof. Samiran Maity Assistant Professor & TIC ME Member
4 Prof. Swarupa Ojha Assistant Professor & TIC ECE Coordinator
5 Prof. Dipankar Hazra Assistant Professor & TIC CSE Member
6 Prof. Kalyan Kumar Mukherjee Professor & HOD ARCH Member
7 Prof. Mrinal Mukherjee Assistant Professor CE Member
8 Prof. (Dr.) Prosenjit Sen Vice Principal Math Member
9 Prof. Monita Mitra Assistant Professor HU Member
10 Prof. Srijan Mukherjee Assistant Professor CE Member
11 Prof. Arnab Jana Assistant Professor ARCH Member
12 Prof. Ramen Kanti Dey Assistant Professor ME Member
13 Prof. Poulami Das Assistant Professor ECE Asst Coordinator

Admission Cell

Introduction:

The Admission Cell is a vital part of the Institution. The Chairman of the cell with help from other members executes various admission related works through cell coordinator. The cell comprises of several members from different departments to maintain a smooth admission process.

The responsibility of the Admission Cell is to promote the college through various media advertisements like – prospectus, brochure, news papers, hoardings, television etc., ensure publicity of admission notification and process in college website, participate in different promotional fair to interact with prospective students, guiding prospective students and parents through the admission process, assess the quality of the students to be admitted in the college, the committee verifies and review all the profiles of the students admitted annually. The Cell reviews the admission process and subsequently analyses the student profile, it also takes the feedback from the students regarding the basic needs and kind of environment they prefer to pursue their higher studies and maintain quality. The cell also promotes the intake of students catering to the SC, ST, OBC, Women, Differently-abled, Economically Weaker Sections of the Society, Minority & also Athletes and sports persons.

The Admission Cell has been provided with a separate room, up to date computer, document scanner and high speed printer, internet and telephone connection. There is also a separate meeting room, seminar hall, and a document store.

The Current Members of the Admission Cell

Sl. No. Name of the Faculty Department Position
1 Mr. Saurav Paladhy Administration Chairman
2 Prof. Arnab Jana Architecture Coordinator
3 Prof. Biswajit Chakrabarty Architecture Asstt. Coordinator
4 Prof. S. Seal Humanities Member
5 Prof. Srijan Mukherjee Civil Engineering Member
6 Prof. Sudipto Chatterjee Electronics and Communication Engg. Member
7 Mr. Debasish Benerjee Mechanical Engineering Member

Functions of the Admission Cell:

  1. Publishing Admission Notification in the college website, as published in the website of the West Bengal Joint Entrance Examination Board.
  2. Publishing advertisements of college in the leading national and regional dailies in different languages.
  3. Ensuring publicity of admission process in college website
  4. Scrolling the outstanding features of the college on the website.
  5. Participating in different promotional fair to interact with prospective students.
  6. Participating in spot advertisements at leading locations in state/city in the form of hoardings, banners etc.
  7. Ensuring promotion through College prospectus and brochure.
  8. To try to ensure admission and continually increase the intake of students catering to the SC, ST, OBC, Women, Differently-abled, Economically Weaker Sections of the Society Minority & also Athletes and sports persons
  9. Assessing the quality of the students to be admitted in the college.
  10. The committee verifies and review all the profiles of the students admitted annually.
  11. It also takes the feedback from the students regarding the basic needs and kind of environment they prefer to pursue their higher studies and maintain quality.
  12. In particular the committee will monitor a particular section of students like Girls, villagers, or any specific community is found to be in less numbers in the admission lists.
  13. Review of the admission process and the subsequent analysis of the student profile help in providing equal representation from all sections of the society.

Roles and Responsibilities of the Committee Members:

  1. Coordinator and Chairman from Admin department shall prepare a tentative Budget for various promotional activities and ensure the publicity of college through various print and telecommunication media and spot advertisements.
  2. Members will interact with prospective students and informing them about activities of the college, and corroborate promotion through College prospectus and brochure.
  3. Members will ensure quality of student intake.
  4. Members will ensure the intake of students catering to the SC, ST, OBC, Women, Differently-abled, Economically Weaker Sections of the Society Minority & also Athletes and sports persons.
  5. Members will assess, verify and review the quality of students admitted in the college, and take feedback from the students regarding the basic needs and kind of environment they prefer to pursue their higher studies and ensure any rectification and improvement.
  6. Members will monitor a particular section of students of a particular section of society or community is found inadequate in numbers in the admission lists and also work toward promoting the college and higher education in general.

Advisory Committee

Vision:

To become an institute of repute by practicing good things for students and teachers for the development of their technical skills. This lead to transform the students into globally competent personalities.

Objective:

The objective of the Advisory committee is to encouragestudents and faculties for their overall developmentby engaging them into various workshops, training program, projects and Seminars.

Functions of the cell:

  1. Advise on priorities, directions, and new frontiers for education, research, and outreach.
  2. 2.Be informed about the program(s), its students, curriculum, services/supports, and activities and inform others.
  3. Offer guidance to the College on existing and proposed academic programs and research.
  4. Provide a connection to potential internships/training opportunities for students, employment opportunities for graduates, and to potential research for the faculty.
  5. Provide support and advice to program(s), assist in the development of new programs, and identify best practice standards.
  6. Suggest strategies that might be employed to achieve the College’s goals.
  7. Assist College endeavors to obtain financial support for its initiatives and to identify research funding opportunities.

The Cell members are

Sl. No. Name of the Faculty Designation Department Position
1 Prof. Satyendra Nath Chattopadhyay Principal CE Chairman
2 Prof. Gautam Bondyopadhyay Assistant Professor & TIC CE Member
3 Prof. Samiran Maity Assistant Professor & TIC ME Member
4 Prof. Swarupa Ojha Assistant Professor & TIC ECE Assistant Coordinator
5 Prof. Dipankar Hazra Assistant Professor & TIC CSE Member
6 Prof. Kalyan Kumar Mukherjee Professor & HOD ARCH Member
7 Prof. Mrinal Mukherjee Assistant Professor CE Member
8 Prof. (Dr.) Prosenjit Sen Vice Principal Math Member
9 Prof. Monita Mitra Assistant Professor HU Member
10 Prof. Dr. Gautom Maity Assistant Professor ECE Member
11 Prof. (Dr.) Sourish Sanyal Assistant Professor ECE Member
12 Mr. Yashwant Ruiya Director Keith Cermic(I) Pvt.Ltd Member
13 Prof. Poulami Das Assistant Professor ECE Coordinator

Alumni Coordination Cell

Alumni Coordination Cell of OmDayal Group of Institutions aims to reconnect our former students to their alma mater, maintain a life-long connection and to have sustained excellence in education through interaction of the alumni, current students and faculties.

With dedicated chairman, coordinator, members and students, the cell works to build an unforgettable Institute experience through a diversity of events, programms and services.

Vision of the Cell:

  • To create and maintain continuous communication between the Institute, past and present students.
  • To reinforce Industry-Institute-Interface and stimulate related activities for the benefit of students.
  • To pursue and sustain excellence in education through interaction between the alumni, faculty and students.

Alumni Activities:

  1. To conduct reunion or alumni meet once a year. During that period cultural programs and various events can be organized. Reunion gives a platform to the former students to interact with existing students. Further when they stroll round the college campus they can get back to their old memories.
  2. To invite the alumni during college sports. It renders a ‘we feeling’ and they themselves get rejuvenated.
  3. To invite the alumni in the college fest. Passed out students come and derive a great deal of joy watching various musical band’s performance. Besides, college too organizes various heart catching events like singing, face painting, fashion show etc. during the fest.
  4. To invite some Alumni who have excelled in different fields during college seminars and workshops.
  5. To invite the alumni in the technical exhibition of the college. Former students can see our technical creations of the existing college students and can interact with them. During the exhibition the alumni can share their industrial experience with the budding engineers and architects.

Reaching the Alumni:

Our college is presently using ‘Alma Connect’ to reach out the alumni. Alma post is used to disseminate information about various college events.

Alumni Coordination Cell

Sl. No. Name of the Faculty Department Position
1 Dr. Prosenjit Sen Math Chairman
2 Prof. Swapan Majumder ECE Coordinator
3 Mr. Palash Das CE Asst. Coordinator
4 Prof.Srijan Mukherjee CE Member
5 Prof. Saikat Pahari CSE Member
6 Prof. Ramen kanti De ME Member
7 Prof. Monita Mitra HUM Member
8 Prof. Arnab Jana ARCH Member
9 Prof. Abhiroop Das ARCH Member
10 Sujit Jana ECE Student Member
11 Debjit Karar ECE Student Member
12 Subrata Samai CE Student Member
13 Bhaskar Das CE Student Member
14 Suvankar Kumar Pati ME Student Member
15 Sudipta Sahu ME Student Member
16 Rajat Gupta CSE Student Member
17 Avishekh Chaakraborty CSE Student Member
18 Srijit Ghosh ARCH Student Member
19 Ikbal Kabir ARCH Student Member

Anti Ragging Cell

  • To establish OmDayal Group of Institution Campus as “Zero Tolerance for Ragging” by eradicating ragging an Anti Ragging Cell was formed in the of 2010.
  • The composition of committee comprises Principal as Chairman. The SDPO and officer in charge of Uluberia Police Station is also member of the committee. One faculty member as Coordinator from the Department of Computer Science and Engineering and one Faculty member from the Department of Computer Science and Engineering as Assistant Coordinator. HOD/TIC and another faculty from each department are also members of the committee. Administrative staff and student members.

Anti Ragging Committee Members

Member Representative Name Designation Phone Number
Head of the Institution Prof. Satyendra Nath Chattopadhyay Principal & Chairperson +91 9073965704
Administrator Prof.(Dr.) Prosenjit Sen Vice Principal +91 9733572334
Police Personnel Sri Subhrajit Majumder Officer-in-Charge, Uluberia Police Station 033 – 26610261
Civil Personnel Mr. Egra Mondal   +91 9831789637
Local Media Personnel Sandip Majumder Senior Reporter +91 9836059282 / +91 9153081514
Non Government Organizations Personnel Ms. Debjani Mitra NGO Member +91 9674548577
Faculty Member Representative Prof. Kalyan Mukherjee HOD, ARCH +91 9830172488
Prof. Gautam Bondyopadhyay TIC, CE +91 9339568599
Prof. Dipankar Hazra TIC, CSE +91 8583848373
Prof. Swarupa Ojha TIC, ECE +91 8582936664
Prof. Samiran Maity TIC, ME +91 9874374595
Prof. Monita Mitra TIC, HUM +91 9831776964
Prof. Pranab Biswas TIC, PHY +91 9432469544
Prof. S D Chandra TIC, CHEM +91 9474378595
Prof. Srijan Mukherjee Assistant Professor, CE +91 8967438724
Prof. Swapan Majumdar Assistant Professor, ECE +91 8272957031
Prof. Parthasarathi Chattopadhyay Assistant Professor, ME +91 9836481553
Prof. Suranjana Chaudhuri Associate Professor, ARCH +91 9830500755
Prof. Piyali De Asst. Prof, CSE & Coordinator +91 9874084549
Prof. Bhabani Sen Asst. Prof, CSE & Assistant Coordinator +91 8902703147
  • Prevention of ragging is done by maintaining proper anti ragging measures and provides punishment to those indulging in ragging as per the guidelines given by the Supreme Court of India and AICTE.
  • For exterminating ragging from our Campus the following facilities are available
    • Location wise Anti Ragging Squad.
    • Installation of Suggestion box and Complaint box.
    • Toll free number for Emergency Requirement.
  • Discreet random surveys to be conducted amongst the freshers every fortnight during the first three months.
  • Wide canvassing about anti-ragging, is being done in the forms of Flexes, Posters and Boards in college premises and surrounding areas where there is a chance of ragging.
  • Inspirational & motivational lectures by in-house faculty members and Students. This type of motivation speech will inspire the new comers as well as the senior students against Ragging.

Canteen Housekeeping Cell

Highlights of the Canteen

  • Good Hygien
  • Great taste and Excellent Quality Food
  • Great Ambience
  • Cheap and Affordable Prices

The two stored well ventilated, spacious canteen with adequate lighting is a pleasant din of voices, opinions and fun over food. The eatables served in the canteen are prepared under hygienic conditions and are of excellent quality and are treat for the taste buds. A cell manages the canteen, which in consultation with students takes care of different aspects like hygiene, prices, timings etc. Canteen functions from 9:00 AM to 10:00 PM for the benefit of students who reside in the campus. Canteen’s superb ambiance provides solace to the working minds and it is the best retiring place to relish some lavish snacks.

Functions of the Canteen / House-keeping Cell:

  1. To ensure a healthy and safe work environment for the canteen staffs and housekeeping staffs.
  2. To counsel and motivate employees on various duties.
  3. To monitor the hygiene and quality of food served in the canteen.
  4. To ensure smooth and proper functioning of the canteen and housekeeping on daily basis.
  5. Plans, controls and evaluate the needs of the canteen for achieving long and short terms goals.
  6. To decide the menu and items to be sold in the canteen.
  7. To take referendum regarding mess food, service, prices of items in canteen.
  8. To make every effort to make sure that wastage of food is reduced to a minimum.
  9. To see to it that the Canteen Caterer and housekeeping in-charge takes appropriate and prompt actions on the complaints by inmates.
  10. 10.Responsible for initiating process relating to awarding tenders in case of purchase or other services related to canteen and housekeeping.
  11. To ensure excellence in housekeeping sanitation, safety and aesthetics of the college premises.
  12. To ensure the following chores to be done by cleaning staff.
    • i. Keeping the work areas, storage areas and common areas free of trash.
    • ii. Sweeping the floors regularly and cleaning it with disinfectants as and when necessary
    • iii. Dusting the furniture in the office, classrooms and laboratories.
    • iv. Cleaning the glass surfaces on regular basis.
    • v. Sanitizing the toilets by cleaning and disinfecting regularly.
    • vi. Keeping the walls free of cobwebs.
    • vii. See that the floors are not slippery during rainy season.
    • viii. Storing flammable liquids in sealed and spill-proof containers away from ignition sources
    • ix. Reporting and replacing any broken items

The members of the Canteen/ House-keeping are

Sl.No. Name of the Staff / Student Designation Department Position Held
1 Prof. Satyendra Nath Chattopadhyay Principal CE Chairman
2 Md. Noor Islam Technical Assistant ME Assistant Coordinator
3 Prof. Saikat Pahari Assistant Professor CSE Member
4 Prof. Supravat Chatterjee Assistant Professor CE Member
5 Prof. Kaustubh Das Assistant Professor Arch Member
6 Prof. Arghya Dey Assistant Professor Physics Member
7 Mr. Aishwini Sinha Office Staff Admin Member
8 Prof. Supriya Adak Assistant Professor ME Coordinator
9 Mr.Chandan Manna Office Staff Admin Member
10 Mr. Noor Alam Office Staff Admin Member
11 Ritesh Kumar Singh Student III CIVIL Member
12 Rohit Kumar Pandey Student III MECH Member
13 Bhaskar Das Student II CIVIL Member
14 Prasenjit Roy Student III ARCH Member
15 Arindam Maity Student I MECH Member

Career Guidance and Training & Placement Cell

The goal of Career Guidance and Training & Placement Cell is to provide students with a platform for using their potential to gain valuable experience by working in industry. It also acts as the interface between various companies seeking talented young graduate engineers and students of various disciplines.

Sl.No. Name of the Faculty Designation Department Position
1 Prof. Satyendra Nath Chattopadhyay Principal CE Chairman
2 Ms. Sudeshna Seal Assistant Professor HU TPO & Coordinator
3 Mr. Saurav Paladhy Assistant Professor Admin Member
4 Prof. Samiran Maity Assistant Professor ME Member
5 Prof. Gautam Bondyopadhyay Assistant Professor CE Member
6 Prof. Debansu Jana Assistant Professor ECE Member
7 Prof. Dipankar Hazra Assistant Professor CSE Member
8 Prof. Saikat Pahari Assistant Professor CSE Asst. Coordinator
9 Prof. Dhrubajyoti Ghosh Assistant Professor CSE Asst. Coordinator

Cultural Committee Cell

Introduction:

The cultural committee is one of the indispensible parts of the college as far as the co-curricular and extra-curricular activities are concerned. The committee is responsible for organizing any kind of cultural activity in and outside of the campus, where the activity is being represented on behalf of the college. Throughout the year the committee members, which consists of the faculty members as well as the students, sits together in regular interval to initiate, formulate and plan the co-curricular activities and cultural programs beside their academic activities. The members take initiative to find out and include new talents of the students in extra-curricular disciplines, as well as prepare and provide a platform for the students to project their talents through various cultural programs. One of the cultural activities which should get mentioned is the ‘Annual Cultural Fest’ of the college named “Ullash”.

As of now we use the ‘Seminar Hall’ for any cultural committee meeting and sometimes the common rooms are also used for the practice purpose. The entire funding of the Cultural activities is done by the college authority as we are not inclined to add external sponsors till date. The Cultural Committee comes under the direct advisory of The Principle.

Functions of the cell:

  • To involve the students in co-curricular activities for their holistic development as a human being.
  • Supervise the cultural growth in student community in terms of practice of innovative co-curricular activity.
  • Organizing a cultural gathering for any event and celebration in the college.
  • Proper documentation of the student cultural activities in the college.
  • To give people a platform where they can portray their talents beside the academic activities.
  • To arrange the artists and supporting system for the annual cultural fest.
  • To keep a track of the cultural inclination of the youth.

Roles and Responsibilities of the committee members:

Committee Coordinator:
  • Coordinator and faculty members shall prepare the annual quarterly activity list for cultural activities and its practice.
  • Coordinator and assistant coordinator chalk out the cultural activities and arrange for rehearsals.
  • Student in-charges shall inspect the rehearsals and make it a place for all the people willing to perform/participate.
  • Monitoring the discipline during the cultural activities.
Faculty Member:
  • Member from CE and Architecture department shall look after budget related issues.
  • One cultural in-charge and faculty member from CSE department schedules the cultural events different times throughout the year.
  • External artist and supporting staffs related issues will be addressed by faculty member from mechanical department and cultural in-charge.
Student Member:
  • Member from student community will be giving continuous support to the teachers as well as the students to keep them informing about the upcoming cultural activities.

Cultural Committee Members:

The committee consists of the faculty members and the student members always try to make the representation of all the disciplines of the Engineering and Architecture. As a whole the team members are always inclined to make the environment of the college a great place to study and recreation in the non-academic hours.

Sl.No. Name of the Staff / Student Designation Department Position Held
1 Sandipan Sinha Assistant Professor Architecture Coordinator
2 Prasenjit Karmakar Assistant Professor Architecture Assistant Coordinator
3 Monita Mitra Assistant Professor Humanities Member
4 Sharanya Ghosh Assistant Professor Humanities Member
5 Subrata Halder Assistant Professor Civil Engineering Member
6 Piyali De Assistant Professor CSE Member
7 Premchand De Technical Assistant ME Member
8 Sumit Bhowmik Assistant Professor ME Asst. Coordinator
9 Sumanta Deb Assistant Professor Architecture Member
10 Samit Biswas Assistant Professor Architecture Member
11 Pousali Raha Student Architecture Member
12 Ikbal kabir Student Architecture Member
13 Madhumita Nandi Student CSE Member
14 Manisha Soren Student CSE Member
15 Laxmi Shree Mondal Student ME Member

Entrepreneurship Development Cell

About the Cell:

“It’s not about ideas. It’s about making ideas happen.” – It was quoted by Mr. Scott Belsky, co-founder of Behance.

In OmDayal Group of Institutions, The Entrepreneurship Development Cell (EDC) was started with the object of promoting specialized knowledge in the field of entrepreneurship development. The cell plans to organize various programmes regarding entrepreneurship development.

The EDC redefines the role of the youth to make them more independent. The youngsters are thus shaken out of their complacent mood regarding their employment opportunities. Such entrepreneurs become icons of success with the help of the prospective tool called innovation. They also cater to the ever growing employment needs of the society. Thus, the EDC empowers the youth with entrepreneurial skills.

Facilities:

  1. Communication facilities with access to internet, telephone, and fax
  2. Books, Newspapers and magazines are access at the library.
  3. Seminar, practical room.
  4. Xerox facilities, laser printer, library facilities.
  5. Transport in any case if needed.

Functions:

  • To develop entrepreneurship awareness among the students.
  • To organize Entrepreneurship Motivation Programs such as Entrepreneurship Awareness Camps (EAC),Entrepreneurship Development Programs (EDP)
  • Foster innovation and create an entrepreneurial culture in the institution.
  • Factory visits for prospective entrepreneurs in different parts of the country.

Entrepreneurship Development Cell members are

Sl.No. Name Designation Department Position
1 Prof. Pranab Biswas Assistant Professor PHY Coordinator
2 Prof. Samiran Maiti Assistant Professor ME Member
3 Prof. Suranjana Chaudhuri Assistant Professor ARCH Member
4 Prof. Swarupa Ojha Assistant Professor ECE Member
5 Prof. Monita Mitra Assistant Professor HUM Member
6 Prof. Arghya Dey Assistant Professor PHY Asst. Coordinator
7 Prof. Saikat Pahari Assistant Professor CSE Member
8 Prof. Srijan Mukherjee Assistant Professor CE Member
9 Prof. Pradipta Biswas Assistant Professor HUM Member
10 Madhumita Nandi Student CSE Student Member
11 Subrata Samai Student CE Student Member
12 Arijit Das Student ME Student Member
13 Sukrit Sen Student ARCH Student Member
14 Anandi Dutta Student ECE Student Member

Examination / Time Table Cell

Introduction

The Examination/Time Table Cell is an important part of the Institution. There is sufficient number of supporting staff to look after the varieties works of the Cell. The OIC together with other members of the Cell also maintain a smooth functioning of the internal assessment tests and conducting of all examinations as well as preparation of Time Table for each Semester.

The Examination/ Time Table Cell is responsible for preparation of class time table for each semester, all maintenance of all student performance records, communication from the Office of the OIC of Examination Cell to the college and vice versa, issue of examination notices to students, submission of examination forms at the Office, coordinate with the University for the smooth conduct of the Practical Examinations and Theory Examinations, safe keeping of examination stationery, forwarding of student requests regarding lost/disputed marks statements, certificates and enquiries.

The Examination/ Time Table Cell has been provided with, a separate room, up to date computer systems, communications networks, high speed printer to enable the smooth functioning of the same. The Examination/ Time Table Cell is under the direct advisory of the Principal.

The Function of the Cell

  • To conduct and operate various Internal examinations, University examinations, External examinations (like WBJEE, JEE Main) smoothly and efficiently.
  • To prepare the schedules of the classes for a semester period as per University guidelines.
  • To keep relevant analytical records of the students of each semester.
  • To disburse the department wise mark sheets among the students.
  • To deal with various issues regarding discrepancies in grade cards and certificates provided by the University.

Roles and Responsibilities of the committee members

  • The Officer-In-Charge of the Examination Cell of the Institute prepares Class Time Table for a semester period as per the guidelines and syllabus provided by the university with all other committee members with the help of the load chart provided by the respective departments and under the advisory of the Principal at the commencement of a semester period. After completion of the same, it is intimated to the H.O.D.s of the respective departments as well as the students with proper notification.
  • The Time Tables for the two unit tests in each Semester are prepared jointly by the Examination Cell committee members of the Institute in consultation with the Principal and the H.O.D.s. Students are also informed through a notice published by the Officer-In-Charge about the schedules well in advance.
  • The question paper formats including the marks distributions are communicated to all faculty members through internal Circulars. After receiving the same, the printing and arrangement of the question papers, seating arrangements and Invigilators duty list are prepared by the cell members with the guidance of the Officer-In-Charge.
  • The Officer-In-Charge of the Examination Cell of the Institute prepares a notice ahead of each Semester Examination as per the guidelines of the Controller of Examination of Maulana Abul Kalam Azad University of Technology (MAKAUT), Kolkata to conduct all practical and theory examinations.
  • The Examination Cell members distribute the answer scripts and question papers to the concerned invigilators during the examination. After each examination, the answer papers are collected and distributed to the concerned faculty members for evaluation. For the university examination, the answer papers are collected and properly packed by the cell members with the envelope supplied by the university and then sent to university in due time.
  • After the publication of the result by the university, the examination cell members prepared an analytical report of the results of the students with the guidance of the Coordinator for that semester period and intimated to the Principal and H.O.D.s of the respective departments.

Conduct of Internal Tests and Semester Examination

  1. In general two Internal Exams are conducted. The college conducts the internal tests satisfying the requirements of University.
  2. The College Academic Calendar indicates the tentative examination schedule for Internal Test and. Exact schedules are fixed by the Controller of Examination in consultation with the HODs and Principal. These are informed to staff and student through circulars. In any unexpected circumstance, the OIC after consultation with Principal and H.O.D.s postpones the test schedule of a particular Degree/Branch or a particular subject and alternative dates have to arrange to conduct it. The faculty handling the subjects are intimated and directed to prepare question papers in the University pattern and send the soft copy to the mail id provided for exam cell i.e. examcell@oders.in before the specific date mentioned in the circular through Examination Coordinators. Members of the Cell arrange sufficient copies before the examination. The retest, if required will be conducted by the department. A schedule for invigilation duty is prepared by the Exam Cell. The faculty will attend the invigilation duty as per the schedule. After exams, answer scripts are collected by the invigilators and handed over to the Exam Cell along with attendance report. Exam Cell hands over the answer sheets to the faculty handling the subjects through Examination Coordinators within one day. Hall arrangements and seating arrangements are prepared by the Exam Cell.

The members of the Cell are given below:

Sl.No. Name of the Faculty Designation Department Position
1 Prof. (Dr.) Prosenjit Sen Vice Principal MATH Officer In Charge
2 Prof. Dipankar Hazra Assistant Professor CSE Member
3 Prof. Debojyoti Lahari Assistant Professor MATH Coordinator
4 Prof. Arnab Jana Assistant Professor ARCH Member
5 Mr. Pritam Roy Technical Assistant CE Assistant Coordinator
6 Mr. Prasanta Karmakar Technical Assistant ME Member
7 Mr. Sandipan Sinha Assistant Professor ARCH Member
8 Mr. Monirul Mondal Admin Staff ADMIN Member
9 Mr. Chitta Dolui Lab Attendant ME Peon

Games & Sports Cell

Games and sports are not only important for success in studies but it is important for success in every walk of our life.

Our aim is to make a student be a healthy as well as technically sound. To make a student be healthy Games & Sports must be a part of the life. So our college will provide the following facilities:

  • The college conducts Annual Sports every year where all the students, their guardians, faculties and other staffs participate.
  • The college conducts Cricket Tournament, Football Tournament, and Badminton Tournament every year.
  • The college provides Indoor Games & Common Room facilities.
  • The college provides Outdoor Games & Play Ground facilities.
  • The college provides Gymnasium facilities.

Annual Sports Meet

  • The college conducts Annual Sports every year.
  • The Annual Sports is conducted by a Sports Committee.
  • All the events of the Annual Sports are fully judged by a team of expert judges.
  • All the students (Both Boys & Girls) and their guardians can participate.
  • All the faculties and other staffs can participate.

Indoor Games & Common Room

  • The college provides indoor games facilities like Table Tennis, Caroms, Chess etc.
  • The college provides a common room facilities of 300 Sq.m .

Outdoor Games & Play Ground

  • The college provides outdoor games facilities like Cricket, Football, Volley, and Badminton.
  • The college provides a Play Ground of 6400 Sq.m (Approx) .

Gymnasium

  • The college provides Gymnasium facilities for the students as well as faculties and stuffs.
  • The college provides an Expert Trainer for GYM.
Sl.No. Name of the Staff / Student Designation Department Position held
1 Prof. Sudipta Chatterjee Assistant Professor ECE Coordinator
2 Prof. Swapan Majumdar Assistant Professor ECE Asst.Coordinator
3 Prof. Dipankar Hazra Assistant Professor CSE Member
4 Prof. Arnab Jana Assistant Professor B.ARCH Member
5 Prof. Supriyo Adak Assistant Professor ME Member
6 Prof. Sumit Bhowmick Assistant Professor ME Member
7 Prof. Pampa Sen Assistant Professor CE Member
8 Prof. Pranab Biswas Assistant Professor Physics Member
9 Prof. Poulomi Das Assistant Professor ECE Member
10 Mr. Palash Das Technical Assistant CIVIL Member
11 Mr. Randhir Kumar Librarian Library Member
12 Mr. Noor Alam Technical Assistant ME Member
13 Anirban Sarkar Student ECE Member
14 Mrinmoyi Manna Student ECE Member
15 Abir Sinha Student CSE Member
16 Puja Rani Mahato Student CSE Member
17 Arindam Hazra Student CE Member
18 Ehtasham Anwar Student ME Member
19 Mohan Kukreza Student B.Arch Member
20 Paramita Mukherjee Student B.Arch Member

General Maintenance Cell

Introduction:

General Maintenance Cell is one of the most important parts for smooth functioning of any College / Organization. General maintenance deals with fix and maintain machines, mechanical equipment, and buildings. They paint, repair flooring, and work on plumbing, electrical, and air-conditioning, heating systems, Lift & Fire protection system.

Functions of the cell:

  1. To suggest measures for the safety, development and maintenance ofcollege infrastructure.
  2. To ensure optimal use of the college resources, get defective gadgets repaired.
  3. To suggest measures to dispose of outdated and unusable items.
  4. To correlate with the all the labs of different departments (M.E, C.E, E.C.E, C.S and Architecture) for maintenance purpose.
  5. To have a proper monitoring system over Regular maintenance and Breakdown maintenance.

Roles and Responsibilities of the committee members:

Roles and Responsibilities of the Coordinator & Assistant Coordinator:

  • Coordinator and Chairman from Admin department shall prepare a tentative Budget for General Maintenance.
  • Coordinator shall initiate the meeting needed for any kind of maintenance work. He will distribute the work among the members. Every work should be followed up by him until the completion of the job.
  • Assistant coordinator will look after the maintenance required in different Lab and maintenance related to Fire Safety System.

Roles and Responsibilities of the Faculty members:

  • One faculty member will look after the civil maintenance (Construction / Structural) work. (Preferably from C.E department )
  • One faculty member will look after the Electrical maintenance work. (Preferably from Physics department)
  • One Lady faculty member will look after the maintenance work of computer / I.T & Greenery in the college.

Roles and Responsibilities of the Staff members:

  • One Lady Staff member will look after the maintenance work related to Girl’s Hostel. & House Keeping
  • One Staff member will look after the maintenance related to drinking water and maintenance related to Plumbing. (Preferably from C.E department)

Facilities

The General Maintenance cell having following facilities:

  1. Store room for spare parts
  2. Well equipped Technician.
  3. Quick response system to the Emergency fault / Maintenance.
  4. Ten numbers of Separate Housekeeping Staffs (Eight male and Two female) to maintain proper Clean and Hygiene ambiance inside the college.
  5. The House keeping Staff is equipped with two numbers of Auto cleaning machine (Swingo).
  6. There are Two numbers of Gardener for maintain the Greenery inside the college.
  7. There are Staffs with proper Fire Safety Training.
  8. One authorized Electrician is available all the time for any electrical fault maintenance.

List of Committee members

Sl.No. Name of the Faculty Department Position held
1 Mr. Saurav Paladhy Admin Chairman
2 Mr. Debashish Banerjee ME Coordinator
3 Prof. Srijan Mukherjee CE Member
4 Prof. Arghya De Physics Member
5 Mr. Premchand De ME Assistant Coordinator
6 Prof. Monita Mitra HUM Member
7 Mr. Palash Das CE Member
8 Ms. Sanchita Dwivedi ARCH Member

Grievance Redressal Committee & Student Counseling Cell

Introduction

The Grievance redressal committee and student counseling cell desires to promote and maintain a conducive and impartial educational environment.

Functions of the Cell:

The objectives of Grievance redressal committee and student counseling cell include the following:

  1. To support, those students who have been deprived of the services offered by the College, for which he/she is entitled.
  2. To make officials of the College responsive, accountable and courteous in dealing with the students.
  3. To ensure effective solution to the student’s grievances with an impartial and fair approach.

Facilities of the Cell:

The Grievance redressal committee and student counseling cell having the following facilities:

  1. Formal Grievance registration form for the Students.
  2. Quick response system to redress any kind of grievance.
  3. The cell will deal with Grievances received in writing from the students about any of the following matters:-
    • Academic Matters: Related to timely issue of duplicate Mark sheets, Transfer Certificates, etc.
    • Financial Matters: Related to dues and payments for various items from library, hostels etc.
    • Other Matters: Related to facilities, amenities, maintenance and victimization by teachers/staffs etc.

Procedure for lodging complaint:

  1. The students may feel free to put up a grievance in the format available in the admin dept. and submit it in office.
  2. The Grievance Cell will act upon those cases which have been forwarded along with the necessary documents.
  3. The Grievance Cell will assure that the grievance has been properly solved in a stipulated time limit provided by the cell.

Exclusion:

Grievance Redressal Committee shall not entertain following issues.

  1. Decisions of the Academic Council / Board of studies and other academic /administrative committees constituted by the college.
  2. Decisions with regard to award of scholarships / fee concessions / awards / medals.
  3. Decisions made by college under the Discipline Rules and Misconduct.
  4. Decisions of the college in admissions of my courses.
  5. Decisions of the competent authority on assessment and examination result.

The Cell enables a student to express feelings by initiating and pursuing the grievance procedure in accordance with the rules and regulations of the College. The members of the cell is given below:

Sl.No. Name of the Faculty Designation Department Position held
1 Prof. Dr. Prosenjit Sen Vice Principal Math Chairman
2 Prof. Suranjana Chaudhuri Associate Professor ARCH Member
3 Prof. Swarupa Ojha Asst Professor ECE Member
4 Prof. Pranab Biswas Asst Professor PHY Coordinator Assistant
5 Prof. Srijan Mukherjee Asst Professor CE Member
6 Prof. Aniruddha Sarkar Asst Professor ME Member
7 Mr. Debasish Banerjee Technical Assistant ME Member
8 Mr. Arghya De Asst Professor PHY Coordinator
9 Mr. Monirul Mondal Admin Staff Admin Member
10 Security Supervisor (On Duty)   Admin Member

Hostel Welfare Cell

A home away from home

The college has comprehensive hostel facilities for the students. Separate boarding and lodging facilities are available for outstation boys and girls inside our beautiful and spacious campus. The hostel provides the students with an atmosphere much like a home away from home. It provides them with all the necessary facilities which help them to acclimatize well with this new ambience. Seats are limited and allotted on first-come first-served basis.

Facilities

  • Hostel accommodation is available to a student, who is registered in the Institute as a regular student. Each student is provided with a table, a chair, an almirah with self locker, table lamp, dustbin and a cot. Two to three students stay in every room.
  • 24 hours power supply facility is available with a standby generator.
  • Wi-Fi facility available in all hostels.
  • Good mess to all students.
  • Aqua guard filtered drinking water at each hostel.
  • Well equipped Gym facilities for boys and girls at different times
  • Provision of special security for 24 x7 hours.
  • TV Hall and TT Hall for recreation.
  • Waiting room for parents and visitors.
  • Adequate and maintained toilets and bathrooms.
  • First-aid and emergency medical facility provided by a trained nurse.
  • Apart from this, the Institute has a permanent vehicle facility and a Doctor on its panel that may be called upon if & when required besides having access to nearby Private Hospitals/Nursing Homes.
  • The hostels are provided with carom board, chessboard, and skipping rope for recreation & entertainment of the residents within hostel premises.
  • Housekeeping facilities are available for both the hostels.
Sl.No. Name of the Faculty Department Position held
1 Prof. (Dr.) Prosenjit Sen Math Chairman
2 Mr. Monirul Mondal Admin Assistant Coordinator
3 Mr. Aishwini Sinha Admin Member
4 Prof. (Dr.) Sukanya Das Chandra Chemistry Coordinator
5 Prof. Madhuchhanda Mandal Biswas ARCH Member
6 Prof. Shouvik Sarkar CE Member
7 Mr. Siddharta Ray ECE Member
8 Prof. Saikat Pahari CSE Member
9 Prof. Supriya Adak ME Member
10 Prof. Sangita Mete Chemistry Assistant Coordinator

Institute - Industry Interaction Cell (IIIC)

Objective

To evolve educational programmes with the requirements of the industry and which can give rise to engineering personnel capable of coping-up with the accelerating pace of the technological development.

Functions of the Cell

a. To identify and facilitate following events and activities with members of the Industry, outside experts, eminent personalities for the enrichment of knowledge of faculty and students at regular intervals:

  • Industrial Training
  • Industrial Visit
  • Technical competition
  • Interaction with Industry

b. To seek and associate experts from industry in Institutional development and review

c. To identify experts from industry as resource person for different events of the Intuition.

Management of the cell

a. Cell Composition:

  • The composition of cell comprises Principal as Chairman.
  • Head of the Department of Civil Engineering as Member-Secretary.
  • One faculty member as Coordinator from Department of Civil Engineering.
  • Head of the Department of Mechanical Engineering, Electronics and Communication Engineering, Computer Science Engineering & Architecture.
  • Two members from Industry with Civil Engineering background
  • Two members from Industry with Mechanical Engineering background
  • One member from Industry with Computer Science Engineering background.
  • One student member from each department.

b. Cell Members:

Sl.No. Name Designation / Company Department IIIC Designation
1 Prof. Satyendra Nath Chattopadhyay Principal   Chairman
2 Prof. Gautam Bondyopadhyay HOD CE Member – Secretary
3 Prof. Samiran Maity HOD ME Member
4 Prof. Swarupa Ojha HOD ECE Member
5 Prof. Dipankar Hazra HOD CSE Member
6 Prof. Kalyan Kumar Mukherjee HOD Architecture Member
7 Prof. Srijan Mukherjee Assistant Professor CE Coordinator
8 Mr. Subhasish Chakraborty Better Man Engineers Pvt. Ltd. ME Member
9 Mr. Pulak Chattopadhyay Project Manager, Larsen & Toubro Limited CE Member
10 Mr. Navzer Dadina Director (Operations), KNDETL CE Member
11 Mr. Vivek Anand Jha Sr. Factory Manager, Sintex Industrial Ltd. ME Member
12 Mr. Raj Mohan De Sarkar Director, Ardent Computech Pvt. Ltd. CSE Member
13 Sayan Roy Student, 3rd Year Architecture Member
14 Nawal Kumar Sing Student, 3rd Year CE Member
15 Rohit Dhara Student, 3rd Year CSE Member
16 Subhankar Kumar Pati Student, 3rd Year ME Member
17 Sayanita Biswas Student, 3rd Year ECE Member

Events / Activities organized:

Academic Year : 2016 – 17
Sl.No. Type of Events / Activities Name of the Events / Activities Department Participants Start Date End Date
1 Industrial Visit Visit to Manis Baking solution Pvt ltd. ME ME Students 27/09/2016 27/09/2016
2 Industrial Visit Visit to Jhajhra Coal Mine, near Durgapur CE 3rd yr, CE Students 02/10/2016 03/10/2016
3 Industrial Visit Visit to Dakhhin Roypur Water Treatement Plant CE 4th yr, CE Students 03/10/2016 04/10/2016
4 Industrial Visit Visit to L&T’s Metro Rail Viaduct project CE 3rd yr, CE Students 03/04/2017 03/04/2017
5 Interaction with Industry Project Manager of Larsen & Toubro Limited accepted membership of IIIC cell CE Mr. Pulak Chattopadhyay 20/06/2017
6 Interaction with Industry Director (Operations) of KNDETL accepted membership of IIIC cell CE Mr. Navzer Dadina 20/06/2017
7 Interaction with Industry Sr. Factory Manager from Sintex Industrial Ltd. accepted membership of IIIC cell ME Mr. Vivek Anand Jha 22/06/2017
8 Interaction with Industry Director of Ardent Computech accepted membership of IIIC cell CSE Mr. Raj Mohan De Sarkar 24/06/2017
9 Interaction with Industry An Industrial person from Better Man Engineers Pvt. Ltd. accepted membership of IIIC cell ME Mr. Subhasish Chakraborty June, 2017
Academic Year : 2015 – 16
Sl.No. Type of Events / Activities Name of the Events / Activities Department Participants Start Date End Date
1 Industrial Visit Visit to Dakhhin Roypur Water Treatement Plant CE 4th yr, CE Students 21/09/2015 21/09/2015

Events / Activities Attended:

Academic Year : 2016 – 17
Sl.No. Type of Events / Activities Name of the Events / Activities Department Participants Venue / Organization Start Date End Date
1 Industrial Training Industrial Training (CE782) CE 3rd yr, CE Students
  1. Public Health Department
  2. Simplex Infrastructure Limited
  3. Larsen & Toubro Limited
  4. Ashoka Buildcon Ltd.
  5. M/S K.N. Dadina Engineering and Technology Ltd
  6. F.N.C. Construction & Co
  7. PWD, Roads (Namkhana Bridge)
  8. Bridge & Roof Co. (India) Ltd.
  9. Dankuni Coal Complex
  10. M/S Somdeb Chanda
  11. Mackintosh Burn Ltd.
  12. Kolkata Port Trust
  13. Westing House Saxby Farmer Ltd.
  14. Public Works Dept. ,Nabanna
  15. CPWD
June, 2017 July, 2017
2 Industrial Training Industrial Training (EC 782) ECE 3rd year ECE students Prasar Bharati July, 2016 July, 2016
Academic Year : 2015 – 16
Sl.No. Type of Events / Activities Name of the Events / Activities Department Participants Venue / Organization Start Date End Date
1 Industrial Training Industrial Training (CE782) CE 3rd yr, CE Students Different places Dec, 2015 Jan, 2016
2 Industrial Training Industrial Training (EC 782) ECE 3rd year ECE students Different places June, 2015 July, 2015
Academic Year : 2014 – 15
Sl.No. Type of Events / Activities Name of the Events / Activities Department Participants Venue / Organization Start Date End Date
1 Technical Competition Konark Cements and AIMA presents Aadhar Quiz 2015 CE CE Students ODGI Campus 06/02/2015 06/02/2015
2 Industrial Training Industrial Training (CE782) CE 3rd yr, CE Students
  1. B.E.S. Consultants
  2. South-Eastern Railway
  3. KND Engineering Technologies Ltd.
  4. Kolkata Port Trust
  5. Public Health Engineering Dept.
  6. Kolkata Metropolitan Water & Sanitation Authority
  7. Kolkata Metropolitan Development Authority
  8. Public Works Dept.(PWD)-Roads
  9. Simplex Infrastructures Ltd
  10. Westinghouse Saxby Farmer Ltd.
  11. Jaypee Projects Ltd, Tripura
  12. F.N.C. Construction & Co.
  13. Consolidated Construction Consortium Ltd.
  14. BRIDGE & ROOF CO.(INDIA) LTD.
  15. JMC Projects (India) Ltd.
  16. Stup Consultants Pvt. Ltd.
  17. Ambuja Cement Limited, India
  18. Shapoorji Pallonji Company Pvt. Ltd.
  19. Indian Oil Corporation Ltd. (IOCL)
  20. L&T
  21. Motel Construction
June, 2015 July, 2015
3 Industrial Training Industrial Training (EC 782) ECE 3rd year ECE students Different places June, 2014 July, 2014

IQAC Cell

  • The composition of committee comprises principal as Chairman. Vice Principal is the coordinator of the committee and one senior faculty as the assistant coordinator of the committee. HOD/TIC and another faculty from each department are also members of the committee.
  • The IQAC cell ensures that whatever is done in the institution for “education” is done efficiently and effectively with high standards.
  • The cell designs and maintains procedures to improve different aspect of Institutions like Teaching and Learning, R & D, Library, Laboratory, Feedback System etc.
  • The IQAC derive major support from the already existing units and mechanisms.

Sample Faculty Feedback Form prepared by IQAC cell is following:

IQAC Committee

  1. Prof. Satyendra Nath Chattopadhyay (Chairman)
  2. Prof. Prosenjit Sen (Coordinator)
  3. Prof. Dipankar Hazra ( Assistant Coordinator)
  4. Prof. Saikat Pahari
  5. Prof. Samiran Maity
  6. Prof. Ramenkanti Dey
  7. Prof. Swarupa Ojha
  8. Prof. Debansu Jana
  9. Prof. Gautam Bandopadhyay
  10. Prof. Srijan Mukherjee
  11. Prof. Kalyan Kumar Mukherjee
  12. Prof. Bhaskar Chatterjee

Library & Information Cell

Mission

The library is the heart of any institution and here in ODGI the library boasts of an infrastructure and facilities that ignite and motivate the young minds into achieving greater heights. The Library and Information Centre of the college runs with the mission of taking the institution to a level of technical excellence through timely and smart dissemination of the knowledge required for the students to inculcate the skills essential for a globally competent personality.

Vision

  • To deliver full and easy access to the resources available to students, faculty members and staffs to enhance and encourage an in-depth teaching- learning experience
  • To educate the library users about the facilities and services offered through the library and information centre for their easeful use
  • To ensure quality and dissemination of the resources available on or offline
  • To maintain and preserve the ambience of knowledge
  • To facilitate knowledge and resource sharing among users

About the Library

The Omdayal Group of Institutions (ODGI) established its library in the year 2010. ODGI Library started its functioning with a vision to serve the information needs of its users and it mainly holds books related to engineering, architecture and its allied subjects. Presently the library has a collection of over 13,000 Volumes comprising of text and reference books and also subscribing more than 60 journals & periodicals housed in its Central and Architecture Library. Beside its rich collections library provides NPTEL facility to access video lectures and DELNET access for resource sharing. Digital library with 10 systems to access the E-Journals, E-books, CD/DVD’s are also available in library. All house-keeping operations are fully computerized through LSEase software which also provides OPAC access of library resources. Both the libraries consist of reading area, internet browsing terminals, reference section, open access periodical display and back-volume archives.

ODGI Library Features and Facilities:

  • Total number of books – 13,000+
  • Central & Architecture Library
  • Reading room facility for journals, magazines, reference books
  • Reference section for using dictionaries, text and reference books
  • Digital Library (located in Central Library) with 10 computer terminals with A/V facilities
  • Facility for Internet & OPAC
  • Reprographic facilities to the users
  • Circulation & other house – keeping operations through LSEase Integrated Library Management Software
  • Previous Semesters and Internal examination question papers
  • DELNET for Resource sharing
  • 475 NPTEL video lectures of Civil, Mechanical, Electronics, Computer science Engineering, basic science and Humanities
  • College Library is a member of National Digital Library
  • CCTV cameras in Central Library.
  • Library Provides Current-awareness service to the readers.

Library Working Hours

Monday to Saturday : 09:45am to 04:30pm

Library closed on : Every Sunday, Public Holidays

General Rules and Regulations

While using the Library, please follow the rules given below:

  • Library is NO MOBILE ZONE.
  • All readers are required to maintain discipline inside the library.
  • Eating, sleeping and talking loudly are strictly prohibited inside the Library.
  • Seek permission of the library staff before entering the stack room.
  • Student must wear ID card in the library.
  • Deposit your personal belongings at the property counter.
  • Enter your name and sign in the register kept at the entrance counter while entering library.
  • No discussion is permitted inside the library.
  • Library membership card is not transferable.
  • Kindly cooperate and behave gently with library staff.

Library Advisory Committee (LAC)

Sl.No. Name of Faculty Designation Department Role
1 Ms. Sharanya Ghosh Assistant Professor HUM Coordinator
2 Mr. Abhiroop Das Assistant Professor Architecture Member
3 Mr. Ranjit Barua Assistant Professor ME Member
4 Mr. Sudipta Chatterjee Assistant Professor ECE Member
5 Ms. Subrata Halder Assistant Professor CE Member
6 Ms. Bhabani Sen Assistant Professor CSE Member
7 Mr. Pramathesh Das Librarian NA Assistant Coordinator
8 Mr. Kousik Mondal Assistant Librarian NA Member
9 Mr. Randhir Kumar Assistant Librarian NA Member

National Service Scheme Cell

October 2016 : First year B. Arch. students with young students of Amraberia Hemanta Basu Primary School, District. Howrah, India

National Service Scheme (NSS)

National Service Scheme, under the Ministry of Youth Affairs & Sports Govt. of India, popularly known as NSS was launched in Gandhiji’s Birth Centenary Year 1969, in 37 Universities involving 40,000 students with primary focus on the development of personality of students through community service.

The objective of the NSS activities are two-fold :

a. To engage the students in the services of the community and
b. To inculcate a sense of humility, gratitude, discipline, self-worth and responsibility among the students by sensitising them to and productively engaging them in different social challenges.

The activities of students are coordinated and guided by a committee comprising of both teachers and students :

Committee Members

Sl.No. Department Name of the Faculty Member / Staff
1 Architecture Prof. Kalyan Kr Mukherjee – Chairman
2 Architecture Prof. Suranjana Chaudhuri – Coordinator
3 Architecture Prof. Janani Ranganathan – Asst. Coordinator
4 Architecture Mr. Subhankar Dhar – Student, 2nd year
5 Civil Engineering Prof. Mrinal Mukherjee
6 Civil Engineering Prof. Subrata Halder
7 Civil Engineering Ritesh Kumar Singh – Student, 4th year
8 Mechanical Engineering Prof. Ranjit Barua
9 Mechanical Engineering Mr. Debasish Banerjee
10 Mechanical Engineering – Student
11 Electronics & Communication Engineering Prof. Poulomi Das
12 Electronics & Communication Engineering Sounak Mandal – Student, 3rd year
13 Computer Science and Engineering Prof. Subhojit Roy
14 Computer Science and Engineering – Student

In OmDayal everyday operations and occasional students activities are aimed towards fulfilling these objectives. A few of the activities taken up are as follows :

Activities

Sl.No. Activity Name of the Student Members Name of the Faculty Supervisor Support from College
1 Factory visit Subendhu Bhattacharya, Megha Didwania Prof. Pranab Biswas  
2 Swatch Bharat activities in the neighboring colony for cleaning awareness Madhumita Nandy, Priya Das Prof. Monita Mitra  
3 Child Literacy programme Manjushree Dey Prof. Madhuchhanda Mandal Biswas  
4 Women awareness Programme Marina Sultana Prof. Madhuchhanda Mandal Biswas  
5 Health and hygiene Awareness programme Manjushree Dey Prof. Meghla Nath  
6 To sustain the ground water availability the Institution has adopted rain water harvesting system     Done as per the college administration policy
7 All open terraces are fitted with collection pipes which collect rainwater and sent to the ground through designed drains.    
8 Awareness program is conducted periodically for elaborating the importance of water resource and advised to close the tap water whenever not needed.    
9 E-waste like computers, printers and laboratory waste are properly disposed through auctioning approved vendors    
10 The lawns and saplings in the garden are watered by the recycled waste water which is treated properly in the plant.    
11 Solar heaters are planned to be installed for minimizing the usage of electrical power. Also to provides hot water to the students in the hostels    

Professional Societies Coordination Cell(PSCC)

Objective

To overcome the shortage of highly qualified engineers in our knowledge-based economy through the collaborative and coordinated action of academic institutions, professional societies, industry players. In particular, to develop a platform for lifelong learning for young engineers.

Functions

a. To organize following events and activities with members of the Industry, outside experts, eminent personalities for the enrichment of knowledge of faculty and students at regular intervals:

  • Seminar/ Experts Lecture
  • Interactive Workshop
  • Conferences
  • Orientation Programme and Refresher Course for faculties & TAs
  • Online Courses (NPTEL/ Spoken Tutorial etc.)
  • Technical Exhibition
  • Educational Visit/ Camp
  • Technical competition (Institution level)

b. To encourage students and young faculties to enrol in different professional societies according to their field of interest.

Management

a. Cell composition:

  • The composition of cell comprises three faculty member from Department of Civil Engineering including one faculty member as Coordinator
  • Two faculty member from each of the following departments: Department of Mechanical Engineering, Electronics and Communication Engineering, Computer Science Engineering & Architecture
  • One student member from each department.

b. Cell members:

Sl.No. Name Designation Department PSCC designation
1 Prof. Bhaskar Chatterjee Professor Architecture Member
2 Prof. Sandipan Sinha Assistant Professor Architecture Member
3 Prof. Mrinal Mukherjee Assistant Professor Civil Engineering Member
4 Prof. Subrata Halder Assistant Professor Civil Engineering Member
5 Prof. Ranjit Barua Assistant Professor Mechanical Engineering Member
6 Prof Ramen Kanti Dey Assistant Professor Mechanical Engineering Member
7 Prof. Poulomi Das Assistant Professor Electronics & Communication Engineering Member
8 Prof. Sudipta Chatterjee Assistant Professor Electronics & Communication Engineering Member
9 Prof. Saikat Pahari Assistant Professor Computer Science & Engineering Member
10 Prof. Bhabani Sen Assistant Professor Computer Science & Engineering Member
11 Prof. Srijan Mukherjee Assistant Professor Civil Engineering Coordinator
12 Ratnadeep Dutta Student, 3rd Year Architecture Member
13 Saswati Dey Student, 3rd Year Civil Engineering Member
14 Madhumita Nandi Student, 3rd Year Computer Science & Engineering Member
15 Arijit Das Student, 3rd Year Mechanical Engineering Member
16 Sayanita Biswas Student, 3rd Year Electronics & Communication Engineering Member

Events Organized

Academic Year : 2017 – 18
Sl.No. Type of Events/ Activities Name of the Events/ Activities Department Participants Start Date End Date
1 Interactive Workshop Android Application development CSE CSE Students 01/07/2017 05/07/2017
2 Experts Lecture One Day Special Lecture on Mathematics MATHEMATICS 2nd yr Students 27/07/2017 27/07/2017
3 Technical Exhibition VOYAGE – 2017 CE CE Students 07/08/2017 08/08/2017
4 Technical Exhibition VOYAGE – 2017 ME ME Students 07/08/2017 08/08/2017
5 Technical Exhibition VOYAGE – 2017 CSE CSE Students 07/08/2017 08/08/2017
6 Technical Exhibition VOYAGE – 2017 ECE All ECE Students 07/08/2017 08/08/2017
Academic Year : 2016 – 17
Sl.No. Type of Events/ Activities Name of the Events/ Activities Department Participants Start Date End Date
1 Seminar Overview of Industrial Design and Carbide cutting tools ME ME Students 01/09/2016 02/09/2016
2 Seminar Techniques of concrete testing, chimney design, soil investigation & solid waste management in “Urban Planning & Its Sustainability” CE CE Students 04/10/2016 05/10/2016
3 Experts Lecture One Day Special Lecture on Mathematics MATHEMATICS 2nd yr Students 07/02/2017 07/02/2017
4 Online Courses (NPTEL / Spoken Tutorial etc.) Online Assessment Test of Spoken Tutorial, IIT Bombay ME ME Students 25/02/2017 July, 2017
5 Seminar Overview of solid works ME ME Students 15/03/2017 15/03/2017
6 Interactive Workshop Workshop on Mobile Phone Controlled Robot using AVR Microcontroller ’MOBILEBOTICS’ ECE 1st year ECE & CSE students, 2nd, 3rd year ECE students 19/05/2017 20/05/2017
7 Online Courses (NPTEL/ Spoken Tutorial etc.) PERL LAB CSE CSE Students 25/05/2017 25/05/2017
8 Online Courses (NPTEL / Spoken Tutorial etc.) Online Assessment Test of Spoken Tutorial, IIT Bombay CE CE Students 21/02/2017 August, 2017
9 Experts Lecture One Day Special Lecture on Mathematics MATHEMATICS 2nd yr Students 10/02.2017 10/02.2017
Academic Year : 2015 – 16
Sl.No. Type of Events/ Activities Name of the Events/ Activities Department Participants Start Date End Date
1 Seminar Overview of thermal power plant ME ME Students 07/02/2015 07/02/2015
2 Experts Lecture One Day Special Lecture on Mathematics MATHEMATICS 2nd yr Students 10/07/2015 10/07/2015
3 Interactive Workshop Staad Pro Workshop in association with Robo Edutech India Pvt. Ltd. and Wissenaire, IIT- Bhubaneswar CE CE Students 26/08/2015 27/08/2015
4 Seminar Capacity Analysis of Uncontrolled Intersections CE CE Students 29/08/2015 29/08/2015
5 Interactive Workshop Non Destructive testing ME ME Students 23/09/2015 23/09/2015
6 Interactive Workshop Robo Tryst – 2016 ECE 1st & 2nd year ECE, CSE students 22/12/2015 23/12/2015
7 Educational Visit / Camp Survey Camp at Durgapur CE 2nd yr, CE Students 23/01/2016 25/01/2016
8 Technical Exhibition VOYAGE – 2016 CE CE Students 29/01/2016 30/01/2016
9 Technical Exhibition VOYAGE – 2016 ME ME Students 29/01/2016 30/01/2016
10 Technical Exhibition VOYAGE – 2016 CSE CSE Students 29/01/2016 30/01/2016
11 Technical Exhibition VOYAGE – 2016 ECE All ECE Students 29/01/2016 30/01/2016
12 Interactive Workshop LabVIEW Based System Design ECE 1st year ECE, CSE & CE students, 2nd, 3rd year ECE students 10/02/2016 12/02/2016
13 Seminar Insight of Modern Techniques in Civil Engineering and Its Sustainability CE CE students 31/03/2016 01/04/2016
14 Online Courses (NPTEL / Spoken Tutorial etc.) Design Lab CSE CSE students 08/04/2016 08/04/2016
15 Seminar 3D Designing, Scanning and Printing ME ME Students 04/05/2016 04/05/2016
16 Interactive Workshop Workshop on ASP.net CSE CSE Students 09/08/2016 13/08/2016
Academic Year : 2014 – 15
Sl.No. Type of Events/ Activities Name of the Events/ Activities Department Participants Start Date End Date
1 Educational Visit / Camp Visit to PANCHET DAM CE 3rd yr, CE Students 19/10/2014 21/10/2014
2 Educational Visit / Camp Survey Camp at Durgapur CE 2nd yr, CE Students 23/01/2015 26/01/2015
3 Seminar DEEP AND PILE FOUNDATION CE CE Students 31/01/2015 31/01/2015
4 Online Courses (NPTEL / Spoken Tutorial etc.) PHP / MySql LAB CSE CSE Students 06/02/2015 06/02/2015
5 Seminar Recent Trends in computing CSE CSE Students 03/03/2015 03/03/2015
6 Seminar Advanced Electronics & Communication Systems ECE All ECE studentsnts 28/03/2015 28/03/2015
7 Interactive Workshop Android Application development CSE CSE Students 09/06/2015 13/06/2015

Events / Activities attended

Academic Year : 2017 – 18
Sl.No. Type of Events/ Activities Name of the Events/ Activities Department Participants Venue / Organization Start Date End Date
1 Orientation Programme / Refresher Course for faculties & TAs Short Term Training Programme on “Research Methodology” ME Supriya Adak NITTTR, Kolkata 03/07/2017 07/07/2017
2 Orientation Programme/Refresher Course for faculties & TAs One week short Term Training Programme on Research Methodology ECE Poulomi Das NITTTR, Kolkata 03/07/2017 07/07/2017
Academic Year : 2016 – 17
Sl.No. Type of Events/ Activities Name of the Events/ Activities Department Participants Venue / Organization Start Date End Date
1 Online Courses (NPTEL / Spoken Tutorial etc.) Project Planning and Control under NPTEL online certification course CE 4th yr, CE Students ODGI Campus 18/07/2016 25/09/2016
2 Orientation Programme/Refresher Course for faculties & TAs Project Planning and Control under NPTEL online certification course CE Srijan Mukherjee ODGI Campus 18/07/2016 25/09/2016
3 Online Courses (NPTEL/ Spoken Tutorial etc.) Digital Land Surveying and Mapping(DLS&M) under NPTEL online certification course CE 2nd yr, CE Students ODGI Campus 20/02/2017 23/04/2017
4 Interactive Workshop NPTEL SPOC workshop of the East Zone CE Srijan Mukherjee IIT Kharagpur 23/12/2016 23/12/2016
5 Orientation Programme/Refresher Course for faculties & TAs Short Term In-house Training Programme on “Analysis and Design of Shallow Foundations” CE Srijan Mukherjee NITTTR, Kolkata 31/10/2016 04/11/2016
6 Seminar Current Trends in Research Methodology and Statistical Analysis CE Srijan Mukherjee J. D. Birla Institute, Kolkata 27/01/2017 28/01/2017
7 Orientation Programme/Refresher Course for faculties & TAs Earth Science for Civil Engineering under NPTEL online certification course CE Pritam Roy ODGI Campus 18/07/2016 25/09/2016
8 Conferences International Conference on Use of Bottom Ash conducted by Coal Ash Institute, India CE Pampa Sen Different Places 17/03/2017 18/03/2017
9 Orientation Programme/Refresher Course for faculties / TAs UGC sponsored Refreshment course titled “Built Environment and Sustainable technologies” CE Pampa Sen Jadavpur University 02/01/2017 21/01/2017
10 Conferences International Conference on Asia Pacific Conclave 2017 conducted by Coal Ash Institute,India CE Pampa Sen Kolkata 17/03/2017 18/03/2017
11 Orientation Programme/Refresher Course for faculties / TAs UGC sponsored Refreshment course titled “Built Environment and Sustainable technologies” CE Subrata Halder Jadavpur University 02/01/2017 21/01/2017
12 Online Courses (NPTEL/ Spoken Tutorial etc.) Advanced machining process under NPTEL online certification course ME 4th yr, ME Students ODGI Campus 18/07/2016 09/09/2016
13 Online Courses (NPTEL/ Spoken Tutorial etc.) Online Assessment Test of Spoken Tutorial, IIT Bombay ECE ECE Students ODGI Campus 7/18/2016 November, 2016
14 Interactive Workshop One Day Workshop on Emerging Prospects In Sensor Networks ECE Poulomi Das Jadavpur University 10/03/2017  
15 Online Courses (NPTEL/ Spoken Tutorial etc.) ‘E-learning: Challenges and Opportunities’ organized by British Council and All India Council for Technical Education ECE Sudipta Chatterjee JIS College of Engineering, Kalyani 02/05/2017  
16 Online Courses (NPTEL/ Spoken Tutorial etc.) Online Assessment Test of Spoken Tutorial, IIT Bombay ECE All ECE students ODGI Campus February, 2017 July, 2017
17 Technical competition Robo-soccer competition of Karmatek 2017 ECE Soumyajoti Mukherjee, Sounak Mondal, Debjit Karar      
Academic Year : 2015 – 16
Sl.No. Type of Events/ Activities Name of the Events/ Activities Department Participants Venue / Organization Start Date End Date
1 Interactive Workshop Staad Pro Grand Finale in association with Robo Edutech India Pvt. Ltd. and Wissenaire, IIT – Bhubaneswar CE CE Students IIT – Bhubaneswar Campus 08/01/2016 08/01/2016
2 Orientation Programme/Refresher Course for faculties & TAs Two-week Indian Society for Technical Education(ISTE)-Short Term Training Programme (STTP) on “Introduction to Structural Engineering” conducted by IIT, Kharagpur CE Srijan Mukherjee Netaji Subhash Engineering College, Kolkata 30/09/2015 03/01/2016
3 Orientation Programme/Refresher Course for faculties & TAs Two-week Indian Society for Technical Education(ISTE)-Short Term Training Programme (STTP) on “Introduction to Structural Engineering” conducted by IIT, Kharagpur CE Subrata Halder Netaji Subhash Engineering College, Kolkata 30/09/2015 03/01/2016
4 Orientation Programme/Refresher Course for faculties & TAs Two-week Indian Society for Technical Education(ISTE)-Short Term Training Programme (STTP) on “Introduction to Structural Engineering” conducted by IIT, Kharagpur CE Pampa Sen IIEST, Shibpur 30/09/2015 03/01/2016
5 Conferences International Conference on Concrete Research Driving Profit and Sustainability conducted by UKIERI Concrete Congress CE Pampa Sen Dr B R Ambedkar National Institute of Technology (NIT) Jalandhar, Punjab 02/09/2015 05/09/2015
6 Orientation Programme/Refresher Course for faculties & TAs “Faculty Development Programme on Physics and application of ECE Swapan Kumar Majumder RCC Institute of Information Technology 04/01/2016 08/01/2016
7 Interactive Workshop Electromagnetic Wave Propagation during 4th-8th Jan 2016″ ECE Poulomi Das IIT, Kharagpur 20/06/2016 24/06/2016
8 Interactive Workshop Short term course on Embedded System Design ECE Swarupa Ojha IIT, Kharagpur 20/06/2016 24/06/2016
9 Technical competition Short term course on Embedded System Design ECE Soumyajoti Mukherjee, Sounak Mondal, Debjit Karar IIT- Bhubaneswar Campus    
Academic Year : 2014 – 15
Sl.No. Type of Events/ Activities Name of the Events/ Activities Department Participants Venue / Organization Start Date End Date
1 Technical competition Bridge Design Challenge in association with Technex’15, IIT (BHU) Varanasi CE CE Student (Ritwik Das) Kolkata 05/01/2015 05/01/2015
2 Seminar Green Building Seminar CE CE Students IIEST, Shibpur 10/04/2015 10/04/2015
3 Orientation Programme/Refresher Course for faculties & TAs 2-week ISTE workshop on “CONTROL SYSTEM” ECE Poulomi Das IIT, Kharagpur (conducted by) at IIEST, Shibpur 02/12/2014 12/12/2014

Public Relation/ Press / Media & Publication / Website Cell

Introduction

Educational Public Relations is a planned and systematic management function to help improve the programmes and services of Om Dayal Group of Institutions. The functioning of this cell is established on the premise that activities of educational public relations are a two-way affair involving communication between the institution and its audiences.

Major objectives of the cell shall include:

  • Expand the number of applicants to the institution.
  • Help the institution to become widely known.
  • Help the institution to gain an enhanced reputation.
  • Improve internal relationship of major stakeholders; teachers, students, other administrative staff.
  • Maintain good relations with the community.
  • Maintain positive relations with the alumni.

Major Functions of The cell:

  • Writing promotional material and press releases.
  • Producing brochures, leaflets and videos.
  • Organizing press briefings and news conferences.
  • Attending or setting up exhibitions and conferences.
  • Analyzing coverage and tracking emerging issues using digital tracking on, for example, websites or blogs of interest to the stakeholders.
  • Assisting with props or sets for a photo-shoot or assisting in setting up an event such as a press briefing.

Roles and Responsibilities of the committee members

Media Liaisoning

The cell will be the single point of contact for any media personnel interested in covering the institute. The Cordinator of the cell will answer media queries, sends out press invitations and issues press releases on a regular basis, besides organizing press conferences and interviews with faculty, students or the institute’s functionaries as and when required.

Event Management

The cell is responsible for organizing Institute level functions such as Exhibitions, Presence in fairs, Arranging institute colloquiums, to mention few prominent ones. The cell also coordinates visits of high profile national and international visitors and delegations, including Ministers, corporate honchos and other special guests. Moreover, the cell provides assistance to internal departments for organizing their events.

Institute Publications

The cell also takes care of the preparation and publication of institute’s publications including the Annual Report, the Institute Brochure, News Letter to name a few. A request for obtaining a copy of any of these publications can be sent to the Cell.

Online Presence

The cell is also responsible for managing the institute’s website, uploading and updating the content on it.

The member of the cell is given below:

Sl.No. Name of the Faculty Department Position
1 Prof. Satyendra Nath Chattopadhyay CE Chairman
2 Mr. Saurav Paladhy Admin Member
3 Mr. Debashish Banerjee ME Member
4 Md. Noor Islam ME Member
5 Prof. Kaustav Das ARCH Assistant Coordinator
6 Prof. Sudeshna Seal HU Coordinator
7 Prof. Monita Mitra HU Member
8 Prof. Dipankar Hazra CSE Member
9 Prof. Sumanta Deb ARCH Assistant Coordinator

Purchase Cell

Introduction:

Purchase Cell is one of the most essential part of the perfect any Institute. Thus, Needs Intensive management. This cell is also the main functional area of material management which are properly needed for the institution.

Functions of the cell:

  1. Checking of requisitions/purchase indents.
  2. Selection of suppliers for issue of enquiries.
  3. Issuing enquiries/tenders and obtaining quotations.
  4. Evaluating quotations and bids etc., and preparation of comparative statement (quotation charts).
  5. Issue of Purchase Orders.
  6. Follow-up of purchase orders for delivery in due time.
  7. Verification and passing of suppliers’ bills to see that payments are made promptly.
  8. Correspondence and dealing with suppliers, carriers etc., regarding shortages, rejections etc., reported by the Stores Department.
  9. Maintenance of purchase records.
  10. Maintenance of vendor performance records/data.

Roles and Responsibilities of the committee members:

  1. Maintain records of goods ordered and received.
  2. Prepare and process requisitions and purchase orders for supplies and equipment.
  3. Locate vendors of materials, equipment or supplies, and interview them in order to determine product availability and terms of sales.
  4. Control purchasing department budgets.
  5. Analyze market and delivery systems in order to assess present and future material availability.
  6. Review purchase order claims and contracts for conformance to company policy.
  7. Analyze market and delivery systems in order to assess present and future material availability.
Sl.No. Name of the Faculty Department Position
1 Prof. Satyendra Nath Chattopadhyay CE Chairman
2 Md. Noor Alam Admin Assistant Coordinator
3 Mrs. Sangeeta Mete Chemistry Member
4 Mr. Debashish Banerjee ME Member
5 Mr. Palash Das CE Member
6 Mr. Sudipto Chatterjee ECE Member
7 Prof. Ranjit Barua ME Coordinator
8 Prof. Protyush Lala ARCH Member
9 Prof. Biswajit Chakrabarty ARCH Member

R&D and Consultancy Cell

To improve high-quality scientific research is an obligatory prerequisite to create successful applications. The objective of R&D initiatives undertaken by OmDayal Group of Institutions includes building research careers, identify human potential and support them for building up the knowledge foundation and encourage for creating new applications. Now the focus is given more on promoting research programs and developing need based technologies.R & D cell is headed by Prof. Satyendra Nath Chattopadhyay(Chairman), supported by a number of R&D cell members and students.

The overall objectives of the R&D cell are as follows.

  • To oversee R&D activities in the institute
  • To monitor research projects for ensuring its performance
  • To improve high-quality scientific research ambience

Roles and responsibilities of the Coordinator:

The role of the coordinator of R&D and consultancy cell is to ensure the effectual functioning of all the members. He is responsible to arrange meeting for any upcoming R&D related activities in the institutions and write the corresponding minutes for distribution and documentation. The coordinator should have man management and effective communication skills. Additionally, he should have expertise in handling computers.

Roles and responsibilities of the Committee members:

The activities distributed among the different committee members are given as follows:

  1. Consultancy – Prof. Kalyan Kumar Mukherjee and Prof. Pampa Sen will handle consultancy related activities.
  2. Seminar/workshop – Prof. (Dr.) Prosenjit Sen, Prof. Swapan Majumder and Prof. Partha Saratahi Chattopadhyay will be responsible for arranging different seminar/workshops in the institutions. They will also invite eminent guests from various academies/ industries for giving lectures in their domain of research.
  3. Fund collection – Prof. (Dr.) Sukanya Das Chandra and Prof. MonitaMitra will collect fund from institution for conducting workshops/seminars in the institution. They will keep records of the expenditures incurred to conduct the workshops/seminars and send it to the account department of the institution.
  4. Prof. (Dr.) DhrubajyotiGhosh, Prof. SuranjanaChaudhuri and Prof. PranabBiswas will be responsible for collecting information about the conference, seminar/workshops to be held outside the institution. The will share the information among the stakeholder of the institution for their reference.
  5. Student members are responsible for working with the committee members (faculties) for successfully conducting workshops/seminars. They will also encourage other students to be engaged themselves in research work. They will also collect information about the ongoing project works from various students in the institution.

In addition, the members of this committee will conduct the following works.

  • The committee members are responsible for consultancy activities in relation with R&D.
  • The responsibility includes monitoring research funds and ensuring that the funds are appropriately and formally accounted for.
  • The committee members monitor the quality of dissertations and other reports.
  • Their responsibility includes exploring possibilities of research collaborations, both for nationally and internationally, for short term and long term development.
  • The committee members will encourage the faculties and students of the institution to involve in research activities apart from their regular curriculum.

Function of the Cell:

The R&D Cell works in collaboration with Academic Council regarding the establishment and promotion of excellence in the field of institute’s R&D, and other academic and research training activities. R&D Cell is responsible to develop and improve the institute’s research capabilities. The responsibility includes motivating all faculty members to pursue research in their own areas of expertise. This cell disburses the institute research funds to the properly established researchers, individually and even in groups. R&D Cell arranges seminars/workshops over a period of times for providing academic support and guidance to the established and new researchers. This cell sends feedback to researchers and management over a stipulated period of time.

List of the committee members

Sl.No. Department Name of the faculty
1 CE Prof. Satyendra Nath Chattopadhyay (Chairman)
2 CE Prof. Pampa Sen
3 CE Prof. Swapan Majumder
4 CSE Prof. (Dr.) Dhrubajyoti Ghosh (Asst. Coordinator)
5 CSE Prof. (Dr.) Sandip Dey (Coordinator)
6 MECH Prof. Partha Sarathi Chattopadhyay)
7 ARCH Prof. Kalyan Kumar Mukherjee
8 ARCH Prof. Suranjana Chaudhuri
9 MATH Prof. (Dr.) Prosenjit Sen
10 CHEM Prof. (Dr.) Sukanya Das Chandra
11 PHYSICS Prof. Pranab Biswas
12 HUMANITIES Prof. Monita Mitra

Student’s Welfare Cell

A Student’s Welfare Cell has been formed In the year 2015 by taking members from different departments to help the economically and socially backward students.

List of Committee members

Sl.No. Name of the faculty Department Position
1 Prof. Pradipta Biswas HUM Coordinator
2 Mr. Prasanta Karmakar ME Assistant Coordinator
3 Prof. Poulomi Das ECE Member
4 Prof. Subhojit Roy CSE Member
5 Prof. Pranab Biswas Physics Member
6 Prof.Pampa Sen CE Member
7 Mr. Kousik Mondal Central Library Member
8 Mr. Monirul Mondal ADMIN Member

Transport Cell

About

Our college offers transportation service to the students, teaching and non-teaching staffs from the very beginning of college. There are five buses that covers about 60km distance from five different routes from DPS Ruby Park, Kolkata to college covering entire Kolkata, part of Howrah and south 24 Parganas.

Objective

Our objective is to provide safe, secure and faster transportation facility to our students as well as our teaching and non-teaching staffs.

Functions

We have following facilities for our stockholders

  • 5 Nos. of Buses on five different routes.
  • Fire safety facilities in all buses.
  • First Aid box in all buses.
  • 3 nos. of CCTV camera in each bus linked with central server room at Ruby Park, Kolkata.
  • Centralized GPRS link system in all buses so that the bus can be tracked from central server room at Ruby Park, Kolkata.
  • Backup facilities. If any bus breaks down on the way immediately backup bus is provided by the Transport Department.

We have the following five routes

Bus Route No. 1:

Tollygunge Metro Station – Tollygunge Munchipara – Behala Chowrasta – Behala 14 No. – Behala Police Station – Khidderpore St. Thomas School – Vidyasagar Setu – Vidyasagar Setu Toll Plaza – Howrah Carry Road – Belle Pole – Santragachi Rail Station – Kona More – Alampur – OmDayal Group of Institutions, Uluberia.

Bus Route No. 2:

Panchanna Gram Bus Stop – Science City – Salt Lake Kadapara – Ultadanga More – Golaghata – Swabhumi – Lake Town – Bangur – Kestopur – Baghuihati – Jora Mandir – Teghoria – Haldiram – Kaikhali – Airport Gate No. 1 – Airport Gate No. 2 – Belgharia Expressway – Kona More – OmDayal Group of Institutions, Uluberia.

Bus Route No. 3:

Airport Gate No. 3 – Matkol – Dunlop – Belgharia Expressway – Bally – Bally Ghat – Bally Halt – Kona More – OmDayal Group of Institutions, Uluberia.

Bus Route No. 4:

Bose Pukur Sitala Mandir – Sapuipara Garpha – Jadavpur Police Station – Dhakuria Dakshinapan – Gariahat Crossing – Ballygunge Phari – Park Circus Seven Point – Ajc Bose Flyover – PTS – Vidyasagar Setu – College Ghat – Andul Road – Howrah Shibpur – Andul Bus Stand – OmDayal Group of Institutions, Uluberia.

Bus Route No. 5:

Kamalgachi More – Mahamayatala Garia More – Ganguly Bagan – Baghajatin – Santoshpur Crossing – Jadavpur 8B – Jadavpur P.S – Lords More – Prince Anwar Shah Road – Bhabani Cinema Hall – Rashbehari – Hazra More – Hazra Fire Station – Harish Park – Harish Mukherjee Road – S.S. K. M. Hospital – Hastings – Vidyasagar Setu Toll Plaza – Kona More – OmDayal Group of Institutions, Uluberia.

The name of faculty members of the cell is given below:

Sl.No. Name of the faculty Department Position
1 Mr. Saurav Paladhy Admin Chairman
2 Mr. Monirul Mondal Admin Assistant Coordinator
3 Mr. Pranab Biswas Phy Member
4 Mr. Subrata Haldar CE Coordinator
5 Prof. Monita Mitra HUM Member
6 Mr. Palash Das CE Member
7 Prof. Sumanta Deb Arch Member

Contacts

  1. Mr. Monirul Mondal (Transport-In-Charge & Assistant Coordinator of Transport Department)
    Mobile No. – 8420196866
  2. Mr. Saurav Paladhy (Chairman of Transport Department)
    Mobile No. – 9903971469

Women Welfare Cell

The Women’s Cell of ODGI was established in 2010 in accordance with the directions issued by UGC and MHRD, and Supreme Court ruling of 1997 on the issue of sexual harassment in the work place. Women’s Cell was formed to empower and uphold the dignity of Women at work. The Institute aims to provide and maintain a dignified, safe, congenial working and learning environment for women employees and students free from gender discrimination and sexual harassment. It further cultivates the atmosphere where men and women work together towards the growth and prosperity of the institution in a safe and healthy academic environment.

The Women Cell is headed by a senior female faculty member and its main functions are:

  • The look after all the activities and issues related to women at the Institute.
  • To counsel and mentor girl students to handle any physical or mental problems.
  • To organize Seminars/ Workshops/ etc. for sensitizing faculty and students about gender issues.
  • To look into all the grievances of women students/employees of the Institute.

Objectives of The Women Cell

The women cell aims to empower women by:

  • Identifying strong leadership quality and change makers amongst women and facilitate in building their capacity.
  • Promoting a culture of respect and equality for the female gender in the society.
  • Providing opportunities and programs for female gender to be financially, mentally, and emotionally empowered so as to promote their growth as individuals in their own right.
  • Continuously reviewing and monitoring safety and security measures for female employees and girl students.
  • Inculcating entrepreneurial attitude among young girls at the earliest so that they can be “job givers” rather than “job seekers.”

Member of Women Welfare Cell

Sl.No. Name of the faculty Designation Department Position
1 Prof. Monita Mitra Asst Professor HU Coordinator
2 Prof. Pampa Sen Asst Professor ARCH Member
3 Prof. Swarupa Ojha Asst Professor ECE Member
4 Prof. Dr. Sukanya Das Chandra Asst Professor PHY Member
5 Prof. Suranjana Choudhuri Associate Professor ARCH Member
6 Prof. Piyali De Asst Professor ME Assistant Coordinator
7 Prof. Debjani Mitra Associate Professor ARCH Member
8 Girl`s Hostel Warden (On duty) Warden Admin Member