LATE SRUTINATH CHAKRABORTY (FOUNDER)
Since the opening session 1948-49, the college was affiliated to the University of Calcutta in English, Bengali, Sanskrit, History, Logic, Civics, Commercial Geography, Commercial Arithmetic, Elements of Book Keeping to I.A. standard and organizers were motivated to introduce I.Sc. course from the very next session. From the very beginning of the Commerce department was run in the evening in the interest of the otherwise employed students. But with the increasing tendency of the girl students to study commerce, the department was shifted from the evening to the morning. In view of the ever-increasing need and demand of the locality, Calcutta University offered affiliation in Honours Course in Bengali, English, Chemistry, History, Political Science, Mathematics, Economics and Accountancy at degree level in quick succession. But since 1985, the affiliation of the colleges of undivided Midnapore district was changed from C.U. to V.U. by the Govt. policy and affiliation in Honours course was obtained from V.U. in Physics, Zoology, Botany, Physiology, Philosophy and Sanskrit. Recently, self-financed courses in Geography, Education, Physical Education, Computer science have been introduced. The college is now more or less equipped with a good no. of faculty members, technical staff and ministerial staff. It is governed by a well-coordinated Governing Body.
Dr. Abdul Motin, Principal, (+913228266054)
Tamluk :: Purba Medinipur
9th Governing Body Members:
Sri Dibyendu Adhikari, Hon’ble M.P., & President of the G.B.
Dr. Abdul Motin, Principal & Secretary of the G.B.
Dr. Manisankar Maity, Govt. Nominee
Dr. Amit Kumar De, Govt. Nominee
Dr. Mrintunjoy Das, Nominee of the West Bengal State Council of Higher Education
Dr Badal Bera, Nominee of the Vidyasagar University
Dr. Krishna Saha , Nominee of the Vidyasagar University
Dr. Sanjoy Mukherjee, Teachers’ Representative
Dr. Sujit Kumar Bera, Teachers’ Representative
Dr. Priti Ranjan Pahari , Teachers’ Representative
Sri Kalipada Samanta, Non-Teaching Representative
General Secretary, Students’ Union
The college expects the students to conduct themselves in a disciplined and dignified manner in the college and outside. The following rules are to be abided by:
- Students shall have to obey orders of the University and of the Principal of the college.
- They shall be polite in their dealings with fellow students and the college staff
- They should maintain discipline and preserve silence in the class room and the library
- They shall not damage or destroy college or university property.
- They shall not attend the class when they are patient of any contagious disease.
- They shall not loiter in the corridors or indulge in unruly behavior anywhere in the college campus.
Students may be fined or/and suspended for a period or/and expelled from the college for any breach of discipline.
The students must be regular and punctual in all their classes. They must have to attend at least 75 % of their classes in an academic session. This is strictly required by the rules of V.U. Willful absence shall be severely dealt with. Participation in N.S.S. and N.C.C. are highly expected.
A proposal of starting MBA course in Morning section is being considered seriously. Inspiring from successful running of Post Graduate Course in Bengali, some other subjects like Zoology , Chemistry and Physics are being thought for the same.