Members of the Cell:

  1. Purnima Jana (Co-ordinator)
  2. Jhuma Bhattacharya
  3. Dr. Ananta Chakraborty
  4. Dr. Shankar Bisai
  5. Dr. Monotosh Mandal


About Us

Ancient Indian people strives for the welfare of all. How did they do it? What was the philosophy and objectives for that great job? Our present day society do not follow this long tradition because of self-centeredness. So we should try to regain the comprehensive knowledge system of our heritage and demonstrate the ‘Indian way’ of doing things to the world. This requires well –planned training that generates scholars who will demonstrate and exemplify to the world a way of life so unique and peculiar to our great civilization.

Tamralipta Mahavidyalaya encourages the learning of Indian languages such as Bangla, Sanskrit, etc. Philosophy and Education departments are there who are engaged in culturing Indian Ethos and Glorious Ethos. The library houses few hundred books espousing the ancient knowledge of the Vedas and Upanishads.  The Centre has developed Vedic Charcha Kendra where Vedas and Upanishads are specially exercised in a spiritual manner.   The Centre also organises yoga camps in collaboration with the Physical Education Department and promotes the spiritual growth of the students and faculty.   Bratchari traing is also our pride practice in this line. It inculcates discipline towards health and wellness. We are trying to incorporate Daily Yoga sessions as a part of the college routine.  The aforementioned interventions seek to facilitate the implementation of NEP-2020.


Objectives of the Cell:

  1. To sensitize the students about context in which they are embedded i.e. Indian Culture and civilization including its Knowledge System and Tradition.
  2. To help students to understand the knowledge, art and creative practice, skills and values in ancient Indian system.
  3. To help to study the enriched scientific Indian heritage
  4. To introduce the contribution from Ancient Indian System and modern science & technology