Fakir Mohan University

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Fakir Mohan University
Fakir Mohan University logo.jpg
Established 1999
Type Public
Chancellor S C Jamir
Vice-Chancellor Siba Prasad Adhikary[1]
Location Balasore, Odisha, India
21°29′29″N 86°55′55″E / 21.491389°N 86.931944°E / 21.491389; 86.931944Coordinates: 21°29′29″N 86°55′55″E / 21.491389°N 86.931944°E / 21.491389; 86.931944
Campus Rural
Affiliations UGC
Website www.fmuniversity.nic.in

Fakir Mohan University (abbreviated as F. M. University) is a university situated in Balasore, Odisha, India. It was carved out of the Utkal University in 1999[2] and acts as an affiliating university. The university has 60 colleges and 150,000 students at the graduate and postgraduate levels. It is the only University in India that offers a postgraduate course in Ballistics.[3]

Facilities[edit]

The university has Computer lab, Biotechnology lab, Environmental Science lab and Applied Physics & Ballistics lab. Besides its lab in the department there is a centralised computer centre, central library with internet connection. Welfare facilities include bank, canteen, gym, boys hostel, girls hostel, and staff quarters.

Departments[edit]

P.G means postgraduate.
  • P.G.Department of Applied Physics & Ballistics
  • P.G.Department of Bioscience & Biotechnology
  • P.G.Department of Environment Sciences
  • P.G.Department of Population Studies
  • P.G.Department of Business Management
  • P.G.Department of Information & Communication Technology
  • P.G.Department of Social Sciences
  • Centre of Distance & Continuing Education (CDCE )

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