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Odisha Government announced Unitary University status for Khallikote Autonomous College

Berhampur: 5/5/21 Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik today announced  Unitary University status for Khallikote Autonomous College here.

“Khallikote Autonomous college is one of the oldest and famous colleges of the state having a rich academic tradition. Many of its alumni have established themselves in various fields,” CM said while according to the status of the educational institution.

He further said Unitary University’s status to the college has fulfilled aspirations of the people of southern Odisha. It will usher in a new academic journey promoting research and new studies relevant to the current times.

Earlier on February 27, 2020, the state Government had altered the status of Khallikote University from a Cluster University to Unitary University.

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