Sarbamangala College Golamunda Kalahandi

May 11, 2012

About Sarbamangala College Golamunda Kalahandi

Our crest gives a symbolic interpretation of the line written at its base. Inscribed on the crest is the name of the College.
     The image of Goddess Sarba Mangala at the centre symbolized blessing of Learning with fingers of fire. The book kept on the stand speaks about awakening and enlightening whereas the halo of circle stands for the ever widening bounds of knowledge that remains to be explored. The line of paddy all-round "The Mother" is the symbol of abundant production of rice that sustains the economy of the region. The opening pair pens at both the sides highlight the overflowing knowledge of the learners.
     Kalahandi, one of the backward districts in the map of our nation, experiences a very litte change even long after the Independence of our country. The Socio-economic condition of the people is very miserable. Golamunda is a remote backward block in this district, where most of the people are SC, ST Poor, educationally & economically backward. Draught and famine are the recurrent phenomena of the people.
     Early in 1989, a small band of enthusiastic of this area joined hands with Sri Bira Sipka, the founder father of the College and they resolved to open a college at Golamunda Block head quarter and formed a Governing Body. On the auspicious day of 8th May 1989, the foundation stone of this sacred institution was laid in between Sarbamangala Temple at the north side and Someswar Mahadev Temple at the west. The new building of the college was constructed at that place getting financial assistance by the then Chief-Minister Sri Biju Pattnaik, the architect of Modern Odisha. The college was named after Goddess Sarbamangala as she is the Lifeblood of this sacred Institution.
     In the beginning, the regular classes were started at Golamunda High School premises and continued till three years. In the year 1993, the college started to run in its own building. At first Govt. accorded permission to +2 Arts with 128 seats in 1990. The college also got affiliation from CHSE Odisha in the same year. Further in 1994, +2 Science stream with 64 seats was opened and affiliated to CHSE. Odisha. Besides in the year 1998, +2 Commerce with 32 seats accorded govt. permission and affiliated to CHSE, Odisha. The college has been registered under societies Registration Act. No. XXI-of 1860-KLD414-1989-90 on Dated 18.07.1989.
     The College not only provides formal education to the students but also endeavors to fulfill the needs and aspirations of the society. There are units of NSS, Bharat Scouts and Guides and Youth Red Cross. Through all these agencies, the college is creating awareness on various national problem and issues in the community. A good number of creative students of this institution have proved their talents in various fields and secured prominent positions in District and state level.
     The College now imparts teaching in Arts, Science and Commerce, and with the increase of students strength, the number of teaching and the non-teaching staff has also increased proportionately. The strength of the College hostel has gone up. Students from the surrounding districts get an opportunity to come and study here.

THE PRINCIPAL Dr. Chaitanya Charan Parida, Lect. in Odia Principal
Contact Number:06672 246610, 8895560124

First Appellate Authority (FAA):
Sri Saroj Kanta Rath, Lect. In Economics
Contact Number:06672 246610

Public Information Officer (PIO):
Sri Santanu Kumar Parida, Lect. in Education
Contact Number:06672 246610, 9937486485

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