|Nature of course:|
|Year of establishment:|
Govinda Vihar, Govindapur, Po: Laxmipur, Berhampur-761003, Dist: Ganjam (Odisha)
( 06811) 259136, 259137
|Head of the Institute:|
Prof. (Dr.) Tarini Charan Tripathy
Electrical & Electronics Engineering - 60
Electronics & Communication Engineering - 60
Computer Science & Engineering - 60
Mechanical Engineering - 120
Civil Engineering - 120
|About the institute:|
The Kalam Institute of Technology, Berhampur, Ganjam, Odisha, Indian campus is located in the outskirts of Berhampur city on NH-5. It is about 10 km from Berhampur Railway Station & 5 km from Berhampur University.
The Institution has good Infrastructural facilities such as well illuminated, ventilated and spacious Class Rooms, Tutorial Halls, Drawing Halls, Well equipped Laboratories, Work Shops, Spacious Library, Computer Labs, Canteen, separate Waiting Rooms for Boys and Girls, Administrative Office, Principal Office and common rooms for faculty members etc. Hostel accommodation is made available for Boys and Girls in separate buildings. In view of the growth of the institute, the management is planning to expand the size of the existing hostel building. Adequate number of College owned Transport Buses ply at scheduled intervals for the students and staff members to commute between the institution and different parts of the City of Berhampur. The students make use of the open Play Ground by indulging in different games and sports activities during the play time. A Medical Centre and telephone facilities are also available in the campus. The Institution is well connected to Chennai – Kolkata NH-5 at the Anantapur village junction, 10 K.M away from Berhampur, an adjoining city of Odisha and is only about 5 km away from the air port, recently opened for operation at Rangeilunda.
For every student of the Institute Library Card is issued to him/her by the Librarian in the beginning of the academic session for use during the full academic year. This card keeps the record of accounts of books borrowed and returned by the student. Library card is also maintained for every staff member of the Institute to keep record of the transactions of the reading materials.