Dattopant Thengadi NAtional Board for Workers Education and Development
Regional Directorate - Berhampur
Name of Regional Director / In-charge
Shri M. S. Akhtar
Mobile : 9415853532
E-mail : cbwerdbam[at]rediffmail[dot]com
|About Regional Directorate
|Berhamnpur is a city which is situated in the eastern coastline of the district of Ganjam in the State of Odisha. It is now known as Brahmapur also nick named as “Silk City”. It is famous for its intricately designed silk sarees which are called “Brahmapur patto”. Berhampur is about 179 km south of the state capital of Odisha that is Bhubaneswar.
Berhampur is the oldest and largest cities in this region. Berhampur name is given by the British colonialists to the city. Its official is Brahmpur which means “Home of Lord Brahma”. Which translate into Lord Brahma’s abode.
Berhampur is surrounded by vast cultivable plains having mild slope towards Bay of Bengal. These Granite Rocks belts in this region form of major source of employment and revenue in this city. The River Rushikulya which flows at a distance of 38kms from Berhampur is also known as the “Ganga” of Ganjam Districts. This river discharges into the Bay of Bengal near the Gopalpur Port.
The Regional Directorate covers 10 districts of Odisha
Ganjam, Koraput, Rayagada, Malkangiri, Kalahandi, Gajapati, Kandhamal, Nuapada, boudh, Nawarangpur
|Shri Dillip Kumar Satapathy
|Phone : 0680-2220896
Mobile : 9631694418
E-mail : email@example.com