Odisha

Bigyana Chetana Mancha, Odisha

Affiliated to Breakthrough Science society

Advisory board: Dr. Ramesh Nayak, Dr. Subashish Basak, Mr. Biswabasu Dash

The members of the working committee

Cuttack

Dr. Kumar S. K. Varadwaj

Dr. Ashish Das Mohapatra

Mr. Subash Chandra Asa

Mr. Aditya Ghose

Mr. Sachiranjan Behera

Mr. Amarendra Nayak

Ms. Subhra Roy

Ms. Swarnaprava Mantry

Ms. Minati Behera

Mr. Rajesh Behera

Bhubaneswar

Er. Srinibas Das

Er. Akaya Das

Mr. Prafvakar Ojya

Ms. Saptarshini Roul

Ms. Payoshini Priyadarshini

Ms. Sunita Panigrahi

Mr. Binod Mahato

Mr. Niranjan MohantyMohanty

Mr. Atanu Maity

Mr. Biplab Bhattacharya

Rourkela

Mr. Ganesh Behera

Mr. Alok Behera

Mr. Parameswar Oram

Angul

Mr. Rajesh Pani

Mr. Pranabandhu Maharana

Dhenkanal

Dr, Debiparasad Mishra.

Jajpur

Mr. Kulamani Nayak

Mr. Bichitra Das

Balangir

Mr. Jagdish Mishra

Mr. Laxmidhar Samal

Mr. Sanjay Mishra

Ms. Lipi Sahu

Mr. Bikash Jena

Puri

Mr. Chandrasekhar Mohapatra

Mr. Kishan Jotidubudhi

Mr. Rakesh Mohanty

Mr. Keshari Nandan Pradhan

Mr. Prasanta Palei

Mr. Babu Sir

Mr. Safalya Mishra

Mr. Binay Barala

Balasore

Mr. Nanda Raychoudhury

Mr. Bisnu Behera

Mr. Sapan Mohapatra

Mr. Prasanta Das

Mr.Ashman Raj

Mr. Asutosh Dey

Ganjam

Mr. Shibani Sankar Mishra

Mr. Sunil Kumar Behera

Mr. Tanmay Karan

Mayurbhanj

Mr. Jatindra Mahanta

Nabrangpur

Mr. Madhab Meher

State Chapter News

Covid 19 Relief Work in Odisha

The lock-down due to corona-virus in India witnessed the plight of migrant workers in their desperate bid to reach home for their survival. They traveled hundreds of kilometers by foot, by cycle, over the loaded trucks. Thousands of labourers from southern states such as Andra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka and Kerala traveled through Odisha on different national highways to west bengal, Jharkhand, Chatisgargh, Bihar and even to UP. Bigyana Chetana Mancha (BCM), Odisha, affiliated to the Breakthrough Science Society, started an online campaign to collect funds and within a few days the friends, relatives, well-wishers and people at large responded to the call and donated generously to the relief fund. The volunteers of BCM procured dry food items, made packings and distributed to the distressed labourers on the national highway. Teachers, students and youth from different localities joined in the relief work. People donated milk packets, biscuit packets for the young children. It is only due to whole hearted support of people at large, we continued this relief activity for 17 days and could provide food to thousands of labourers.