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Sri Suprio Biswas, M.A., PGDGC

Head and Assistant Professor

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Sm. Kuhelika Bag, M.A

State Aided College Teacher, Category-II

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Sm. Priyanka Saha, M.A., B.Ed

State Aided College Teacher, Category-II

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Sm. Debolina Mukherjee, M.A

State Aided College Teacher, Category-II

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Sri Biswajit Goswami, M.A., M.Ed., PGDGC, M.Phil

State Aided College Teacher, Category-II

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Sm. Soma Pal, M.A., B.Ed

State Aided College Teacher, Category-II

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Department of Education


Our College is established in 1964 to provide quality education at the undergraduate level to the neighborhood students,  Irrespective of caste, class, creed, religious affiliation or gender, it aims at providing generous scope for higher education to the local youth. The Department of Education is into effect since inception of the college with the mission to deliver pursuit of knowledge through participation in academic and extracurricular activities and developing strong personal values.

The Department started its journey in 1964 by Dr.. Kalpana Sen Barat , a renowned teacher and marvelous orator. She also had authored a number of books in Education which are still of high demand.

Later the College felt the need of introducing Honours course and inspire of shortage of teachers and infrastructural facilities, to fulfill the needs of the local community it was introduced on 2015 in the morning section of the college.

Presently the department is successfully providing quality education to 25 Honours students and more than 300 General students per year under the guidance of six departmental subject teachers with the support of other college officials.

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Departmental Excursion 2018

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(Affiliated to University of Calcutta)

ESTD - 1964


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Report on One Day Educational Trip on 13Th January 2018

Educational excursions are very important part of education. It leaves everlasting memories in the minds of students and teachers as well. It is very well known facts that lesson taught through practical exposure are always better than books. Where books give theoretical knowledge, educational excursion to the actual place helps in providing detailed information and also aids in answering unasked and asked questions about a process. Therefore, educational excursions help in providing practical exposure. Educational excursions provide information combined with entertainment. Therefore, the students get information without getting bored. While on the educational excursions, the children get chance to clarify their doubts with the actual person who is involved in the process. Therefore, the guidance facility is very valuable. Information which is obtained through a proper source whose validity is powerful lasts for a longer period of time. It also helps to gain leadership qualities to the students and act a leader and perform the assigned duties.


Total 25 Students

Part I

Part II

Part III




Monalisha Goswami

( Team leader)

Sukriti Saha

( Team leader)

Jayanta Talukdar

( Team leader)




105 Vivekananda Road, Kolkata - 700 006, West Bengal, India

The Heritage Building has been developed into a Museum under the nomenclature of Vivekananda Museum. The Museum is designed to make the visitors aware of different incidents of Swami Vivekananda’s life right from his early boyhood. The Museum has been playing its role to spread value education among the people, especially among the students, through various incidents of Swamiji’s pre-monastic life, particularly, the incidents occurred in his boyhood.

Swami Vivekananda was not only a social reformer but also an educator.  His contribution to educational thought is of supreme importance if education is observed as the most powerful instrument of social change. According to Swami Vivekananda education should cover all aspects of life – material, physical, moral, intellectual, spiritual and emotional, as education is a constant process. For him, education defines as ‘the manifestation of perfection that is already in Man’. So the students after visiting the place got firsthand experience about his early childhood and inspiration from his thoughts and educational ideas.


Ganesh Talkies, 267, Rabindra Sarani, Singhi Bagan, Jorasanko, Kolkata, West Bengal 700007.

Jorasanko Thakur Bari in Jorasanko, North Kolkata, West Bengal, India, is the ancestral home of the Tagore family. It is currently located on the Rabindra Bharati University campus. Tagore was a great champion of education for international understanding. He believed that education should help an individual to attain complete manhood, so that all his powers may be developed to the fullest extent for his own individual perfection as well as the perfection of the human society in which he was born.

A major part of Education syllabus at the under graduate level consists of the philosophy and teachings of Rabindranath Tagore. Tagore’s theory of education is marked by naturalist cans aesthetic values. He had believed that ‘The wildest road leading to the solution of our entire problem is education’

Education can develop a new pattern of life culminating in the realization of Universal man. Tagore’s system of education emphasizes the intellectual, physical, social, moral, economic and spiritual aspects of human life by which a man can develop an integrated personality. So it is no denying of the fact that students were really excited to experience the visit and got immensely motivated.


2/2, Council House St, opp. Dewars Garage, Lal Dighi, B.B.D. Bagh, Kolkata, West Bengal 700001


St. John's Church, originally a cathedral, was among the first public buildings erected by the East India Company after Kolkata became the effective capital of British India.  St. John’s church Kolkata, which is also known as Stone Church or Pathure Girja, in Kolkata West Bengal is one such place that transports us back to the colonial days. The neoclassical style architecture of St. John’s Church in Kolkata is characterized by tall ceilings, columns, and pillars. This attracts architecture enthusiasts while the rich history attached to the church beckons history buffs and tourists and students.

The church is built on land that was donated by Maharaja Nabo Kishen Bahadur and construction of the church began in the year 1784. A sum of thirty thousand rupees was raised through a public lottery system for the construction of the church.

Warren Hastings who was the Governor-General of India at that time had laid the foundation stone of this church in 1784 and it was open for the public in 1787. This land used to be an old burial ground that had not been in use since 1767 and had graves of the founder of Kolkata, Job Charnock and his family among others.

It was the first education excursion for Department of Education. The students really enjoyed a lot and after a full day hectic tour in the congested areas of Kolkata they learnt a lot and urged us to organize this type of more tours in future.




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