12-20-2014, 08:19 PM
Sambalpur University was released today +3 the first year Arts/Commerce/science Examination result of 2014 of its official website, all students, trained at the BA course in Sambalpur University and want to check your +3 first year Arts/Commerce/science exam result then here we are giving you a direct link to access the examination result of 2014 the survey was conducted last month and after a long wait the result was shown on the official website of hopethat all students can easily get examination Results +3 the first year Arts/Commerce/Science Year 2014 the Sambalpur University conducted the exam.
Each year the number of candidate Hug appeared in this exam for their full +3 first year Arts/Commerce/science course damage and complete their semester exam candidate waiting more than Now and get the Examination result of the Sambalpur University +3 first year Arts/Commerce/science result of 2014.
Sambalpur University Act was passed by the legislature on December 10, 1966 Odisha fulfilling a long-standing dream of the people of Western Odisha University to create the University started functioning from January 1, 1967 Prof. Parsuram Mishra as the first Vice Chancellor of the University was opened January 4, 1967 year Dear Chancellor ANKhosla. University started functioning in the year 1967 in rented private house in Dhanupali, Sambalpur and Sambalpur, Ainthapali Government from 1968-72. In 1973, the University was moved to the present campus on behalf of Jyoti Vihar in Burla, more ...
Vice Chancellor's message
Long the dream of the people of Western Odisha came true, and the tireless efforts of academics, intellectuals and political leaders of the region had borne fruit, Sambalpur University when the law was adopted December 10, 1966, Sambalpur University came into being and became functional on January 1, 1967 year, with Dr. Mishra, Parsuram as Vice Chancellor. Dr. Zakir Hussain, the then President of India, laid the foundation stone of the present campus, in January 5, 1968 Jyoti Vihar, Burla, at a distance of 15 km from the city of Sambalpur and 7 km from the famous Hirakud-learn more