Seemanta Engineering College

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Seemanta Engineering College
Established 1997
Type Private
Principal Dr. R. K. Chhotaray
Founder Shri Paresh Chandra Basa
Academic staff 100+
Students Over 15500
Location Jharpokharia, Baripada, Orissa, India
Affiliations AICTE, BPUT

Seemanta Engineering College (also known as SEC), Mayurbhanj is one of the oldest private engineering college in the northern part of state Orissa, India. SEC founded in 1997 as a sister concern institute of Seemanta Mahavidyalaya Samiti which was founded by Mr Paresh Chandra Basa in the year 1978. SEC was the first engineering institute in the rural regions of Orissa, North Orissa and the bordering regions of Jharkhand and West Bengal.The institute offers courses in various disciplines such as Mechanical, Civil, Computer Science, Electronics and Telecommunication, Electronics and Instrumentation and Electrical.

The college is affiliated to the Biju Patnaik University of Technology and has been approved by AICTE (All India Council for Technical Education).


SEC was established on 1997 as a pet project of the Seemanta Mahavidyalaya Samiti to cater demands of technical education of North Orissa and the bordering regions of Jharkhand and West Bengal.The institute started with first batch of students from 3 disciplines such as Computer Science, Mechanical and Electronics & Telecommunication.In initial days the classes were conducted on Seemanta Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences building whereas practicals were conducted on Seemanta ITI and Seemanta Mahavidyalaya.Year 1999 onwards SEC got its own building at Mayurvihar which is 4 K.M from Jarpokharia, Baripada, Mayurbhanj.

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Stream No Of seats Year Started Other notes
Computer Science 90 1997
Electronics and Telecommunication 120 1997 Started with 60 later became 120
Mechanical engineering 60 1997
Electronics and Instrumentation 60 2000 Started with 30 later became 60
Civil engineering 30 2007
Electrical 30 1999 Started with 30 later became 60

Coordinates: 22°10′15″N 86°36′28″E / 22.170968°N 86.60781°E / 22.170968; 86.60781

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