|Nature of course:|
|Year of establishment:|
Balianta, Bhubaneswar, Khurda Orissa, India
|Head of the Institute:|
Prof (Dr.) Nimai Charan Nayak
Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering - 60
Mechanical Engineering - 120
Electrical and Electronics Engineering - 60
Computer Science & Engineering - 60
Civil Engineering - 120
Electrical Engineering - 120
|About the institute:|
Oxford College of Engineering & Management (OCEM), Bhubaneswar, is not just a technical institute but a techno orienting movement committed to spread quality technical and professional education in a techno-hungry state like Odisha in particular and the country in general. It was set up in 2008 under the management of Sai Radhakrishna Seba Education and Charitable Trust, Bhubaneswar. Set up for imparting B.Tech in engineering, OCEM is a mammoth move to provide the much-desired impetus to the current renaissance in technical and professional education in an era when the world is fast shrinking to a global village.
Oxford College of Engineering & Management(OCEM)established in the year 2008 is spread over a sprawling 102 Acre Campus in an eco-friendly environment and amid the sparkling beauty of nature. It is located beside the NH-5 and about 7Km. from Bhubaneswar bus-stand/Airport towards Cuttack. The Campus is a self-sufficient unit catering to all sorts of needs of staff & students. It is aesthetically designed with elegant buildings complimented by wide open spaces, broad roads & abundant greenery with a view to create a pleasing and inspiring ambiance for the students. It has fully developed infrastructure including administrative block, cafeteria, sports complex, health club, market complex, auditorium, cyber café etc., within a single boundary. The class rooms are equipped with all latest facilities like overhead projectors, LCD projectors etc.
At the beginning of each semester, a student is required to clear all college dues and register for all subjects of the semester as per the academic regulation of the BPUT. Every student is required to register for a semester on the first day and then only he is allowed to attend classes as a student of that particular semester.