The erstwhile Princely State of Nayagarh occupied a prominent place in the Freedom Movement of India for its bloody Struggle against the British rule. After being liberated from the Royal Shackles, it joined the national political mainstream in 1948 a year after the independence of our country. Subsequently, along with three other neigbouring princely states, Nayagarh (now a district) formed a part of Puri district as a sub-division in the state of Orissa. In the receding tide of colonial hang-over when the era of Reconstruction of Indian Nation began under the dynamic leadership of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, the people of Nayagarh just liberated from the princely shackles, were not lagging behind. They could very well read the national meaning of the new spirit and felt an urge to establish an institution for higher education.
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