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Saturday, June 25, 2011

Diploma Engineering School : Nilachal Polytechnic , Bhubaneswar Orissa

Nilachal Polytechnic, Bhubaneswar is situated near the of Sikhar Chandi Temple. The Institute was established under the sponsorship of Nabapravat Trust in 1997 and it is approved by the AICTE under Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India and affiliated to SCTE & VT, Govt. of Orissa. The Institute has achieved remarkable track record in produce many student employable and establishing them in reputed institutions in Nationwide bringing name & fame to the Institute

Mechanical Engineering

Operation of various machines and their maintenance.

Heat Power Engineering

Manufacturing Processes

Material Management


Machine design

Theory of machines

Thermal Engg.

Strength of material

Manufacturing Technology

Computer Sc. & Engineering

C/C++/Java/Visual Basic/Oracle.

Design & Development of application software.

Assembling/Disassembling of PC and their trouble shooting.

Use of multimedia Technology and different multimedia authoring tools

Major Subjects

Computer Organization & Architecture.

Software Engineering.

Data Structure

Multimedia & Internet Technology

Objected oriented programme Language

Computer networks & Administration

Electrical Engineering

Repair & maintenance and production of electrical equipment & system.

Testing & Inspection of electric materials and estimate.

Design, layout of wiring scheme for domestic & power installation according the ISI and Indian Electricity rule.

Fault diagnosis repairing of small electrical gadgets/domestic appliance.

Industrial Installations, motor Installations, Motor repairing.

Install erect and commission the power equipment.

Major Subjects:

Electrical Machines.

Switchgear Protection.

Utilization of Electrical Energy

Power Electronics

Network Theory

Generator Transmission & Distributio

Electronics & Telecom. Engg

Fabrication & testing of electric circuits.

Manufacturing, testing & Maintenance of electronic devices & systems.

To understand the construction, identification, characteristics, specification, merits, limitations & applications of electrics components & materials.

To understand the lines of communication, audio & video communication & microwave communication.

Major Subjects

Basic Electronics


Digital Electronics

Communication System Engg.

Measurement & Instrumentation

Civil Engineering

Testing & Inspection of Civil Engg. materials.

Testing of soils. Different types of survey.

Civil Drawing and estimation.

Design activities and detailing

Major Subjects


Theory of structure.

Designing & Detailing

Environment Engineering.

Transport Engineering.

Drawing & Estimation

The Institution has the capacity of 480 seats. The Institute at present possesses all modern Infrastructures like Class rooms, Laboratories, Computer Application Center, Internet lab, Language grooming Laboratory, Library, Conference Hall, Board Room, Canteen, and Student Common Room . The Institute Library as a vital center for study and research is of invaluable help to the students. The Institution library has a stock of more than 17000 books and supporting journals & magazines are quite adequate to provide for basic requirement of students. Separate Hostel facilities for boys and girls are available. For the transport of day scholars, Hostel boarders and staffs, Institute operates a good number of buses plying through every nook and corner of Bhubaneswar city.

Nilachal Polytechnic

Plot No : 540/1780,

At: Patharagadia

Near Sikharachandi Temple, Patia


Tell : O6742725418 / 06742725417

Fax : 06742725416

Email :


For Admission: 9438030649 / 9437037989

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Friday, June 18, 2010

Temple City Bhubaneswar ; Railway Station at Master Canteen Front View

Bhubaneswar Railway Station at Master Canteen Chakka Bhubaneswar Odisha / Orissa , India 

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Crowded Bhubaneswar Railway Station
Orissa / Odisha , India  


Temple City Bhubaneswar ; Mausi Ma Mandir and Park in Old Town

Mausi Ma Mandira / Temple and Park with Blue Pond in the Campus

Thursday, June 3, 2010

Lingaraj Temple in Old Town , Bhubaneswar Orissa Odisha

Lingaraj Temple in Old Town , Bhubaneswar Orissa Odisha
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Udayagiri and Khandagiri Caves - The earli School of Jain Monks, now famous Place for Mahima Dharma Visit Bhubaneswar Orissa Odisha

Udayagiri and Khandagiri Caves - The earli School of Monks Bhubaneswar Orissa

Udayagiri and Khandagiri caves are rock cut caves excavated in two adjacent hills stand separated only by a narrow road at Khandagiri Chakka of Bhubaneswar at a distance of around 6 km from Bhubaneswar Bus Station.  ASI (Archaeological Survey of India) has carried out some extensive repair work inside the caves. There are 33 rock cut caves in all. 18 are in Udayagiri cave whereas 15 are in Khandagiri caves. The magnificent caves are said to be built in the 2nd century during the reign of King Kharavela of Chedi Dynasty. They were carved out as residential places for Jain Monks. They were discovered only in 1825 by A Stirling. Many of the caves have beautiful carvings that reveal a lot about its origin and past. Inscription and carvings on the walls show that they once served as Jain Monasteries. Few caves also show connection to Buddhism.

Udayagiri Caves

Udayagiri Hills which means 'Sunrise Hills'. You will find caves at different levels of the hill.Udayagiri hill which is 135 feet tall was earlier called Kumari Parvata  There are 18 caves in Udayagiri starting from the base of the hill itself. All the caves are numbered and many of them are also named.

The main and the most attractive caves is situated at the base itself. Named as Rani Gumpha, it is one of the few double storied caves in these hills. 'Rani Gumpha' or 'Queen Cave' is the largest cave and has gone under extensive repair work. The carvings on the wall generally depict scenes of celebration on king's victorious return. There are religious carving as well as scenes from the royal courts. Jain symbols are also found at many parts.

Ganesh Gumpha which is situated directly above Rani Gumpha is another major cave. The hall strongly resembles a Buddhist chaitya hall. The figures on the wall clearly show that they were once the worship halls for Jain monks. Other interesting cave is Bagh Gumpha and Hathi Gumpha. The entrance to the Bagh Gumpha is carved in the shape of a tiger's open mouth and is visually quite splendid. Though Hathi Gumpha is not as appealing as others but it has great importance historically. A 17 line Brahmi inscription tells us about the expeditions and victories of King Kharavela.

Khandagiri Caves

Whereas 118 feet high Khandagiri hill was known as Kumara Parvata.Khandagiri hill houses 15 caves of which Ananta Cave is the most impressive one. Along with the caves, there are a couple of Jain Temples as well. Even these caves are numbered with few are being named. One thing to notice is that most of the caves are named based on the carvings on the walls of the caves. Like Cave 1 and 2 are named 'Tatowa Cave' as there are carvings of two parrots on the door arches. The caves have figures as well inscriptions on the walls. Then comes the main Ananta Gumpha. The cave is named after carvings of two serpents on the entrance. To save the cave from falling, there have been few additions done as a part of restoration work. The carvings on the walls of the cave depict figures of women and children, athletes, lions, bulls and many other animals. The carvings are different in all the caves. Carvings and structure of some caves tells us that they were once used as dormitories for Jain ascetics.

Tourist Information

The caves are situated right adjacent to Bhubaneswar. So it is not a problem at all to reach here and are a good option for a day excursions from the capital city. The caves are open from sunrise till sunset. There is a nominal entry fee for the caves. The caves can be visited throughout the year but the best time to come here is between October and March.

Thursday, March 5, 2009

Skyview , Bhubaneswar City from 8th flore Building

Bhubaneswar the Capital City of Orissa / Odisha is Beautiful and Peaceful Place in India. Visit it and Feel It.

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