Courses Offered

By reviewing the infrastructural facilities & staffing pattern of the institute, govt. of Odisha have been pleased to introduce the following cources in the college.

Sl. No. Name of the Course Duration Eligibility
1 +2 SCIENCE 2 Years 10th Pass (CBSE / ICSE / HSC)
2 +2 COMMERCE 2 Years 10th Pass (CBSE / ICSE / HSC)
3 +3 Science(All Honours) 3 Years (6 semesters) Passed +2 Science
4 +3 Commerce(All Honours) 3 Years (6 semesters) Passed +2 Science / Commerce

Teaching Methodology

The  academic world is witnessing a lot of competition in the present time. The achievement level is less compared to expectation level due to improper planning. BCCST has planned a new vision for the students.

The Competitive spirit is developed in such a way among the +3 science & +3 commerce student. So that they can achieve their goals easily in the competitive world.

At BCCST +2 science students are prepared for JEE(Main), JEE Advanced, NEET, NISER, OUAT, AIIMS pattern of teaching. Special attention is given to the weaker students of +2 science & commerce through specially arranged doubt clearing classes. Besides regular courses, personality development, communicative English, Information technology are also imparted to provide better guidance for the future prospects.

class room

The ability of the students to get a seat in engineering or medical course is truly identified on the basis of weekly & monthly tests which are conducted in the pattern of CHSE & Entrance examination & after that special coaching classes are organized where in their progress is closely monitored at the same time.

Rules & Regulation of the college

  1. Students must be punctual & regular in their attendance. Students who do not have a minimum of 75% attendance for both theory and practical may not be allowed to appear the examination.
  2. Student should not take any personal floppy of cd inside the computer laboratory.
  3. Students are required to handle the equipments provided to them with due care. Any damage to equipments resulting from carelessness/mishandling by the student will be the student's responsibility and he/she may be required to make up for the same.
  4. Parents are requested to attend parents meeting organized by the college regularly.
  5. For officialy meeting parents are requested to contact the front office over telephone in between 9:00 am to 5:00 pm. During such meeting, they are not allowed to meet their wards.
  6. Parents must be very cautious in nominating a local guardian. He/she must be a responsible person with minimum age of 40 years. One attested copies of passport size colour photograph of the parents & local guardian with signature must be attatched. Local guardians have to follow the instructions applicable to local guardians/parents.
  7. Parents are requested to report & mention in the application form at the time of admission regarding their ward(s) chronic disease, if any.
  8. Frequent visit of parents & local guardians other than specific days are strictly restricted.
  9. At the beginning of each academic session the students are required to clear all other fees along with the prescribed course fees.
  10. Once the admission is over on payment of requisite fees, no refund shall be made.
  11. Other fees like institution development fee, identity card, cultural activities, internal examination etc, shall be collected at the time of admission.
  12. The institute reserves the right to punish through fines. Reporting to the parents and/or suspension for one year & reporting to the police.
  13. The institute reserves the right to expel the student from the hostel or from the institute depending on the seriousness of the offence. There will not be any refund of fees if a student is expelled.
  14. The institute reserves the right to define other acts of indiscipline when required.
  15. The punishment or any form of ragging or harassment by old students to the new students, will be viewed as a serious offence & if detected may lead to expulsion from the institute.

Campus discipline

The following points are considered as acts of indiscipline:

  1. Any violation of institute rules.
  2. Damaging institute property.
  3. Interfering with normal operation of the institute by any disruptive action at any time.
  4. Breaking the hostel rules in any form.
  5. Leaving the hostels without informing the hostel Superintendent.
  6. Attending the classes without dress code.


  • +2 1st year Science & Commerce – Evs innovative project.
  • +2 2nd year Science- Information Technology.
  • +2 2nd year Commerce- Accountancy, Business Studies and Management, Business Mathematics and Statistics & Information Technology.