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Learning Resource Centre

A fully equipped computer centre has been established as a Learning Resource Centre for staff and students to inculcate learner-centric process in the existing framework of syllabus. The important features of the centre are:

  • Resource of supplementary course materials in electronic format.
  • Use of computer laboratory for the staff and the students for educational purpose.

Nature Club

Students having nature and environment friendly intent may join the club when new membership is taken.  The club works with a view to promote protection of nature and environment, encourages environment friendly behaviour and conducts awareness programmes.  The club takes care of the medicinal plant garden in the institution.

Counselling Cell (Academic)

The College has a Counseling Cell (Academic) where the students are guided and advised about their academic performances. Students having low attendance in classes are made aware of the problem and are advised to overcome their backlog. Students can also interact with their teachers about future plans and programmes for higher studies, competitive examinations etc.

Mentoring Cell

The cell is entrusted with the task of mentoring students so as to inculcate moral and ethical values, discipline etc.  Emphasis is given on development of study habits specially with respect to newspapers, magazines and materials that facilitates their preparation for competitive examinations.

Placement Cell

The college has a Placement Cell with a Placement Officer. When various sectors (Government and non-Government) inform our college about recruitment for services, training, apprenticeship etc., the Placement Cell properly notifies and guides the students about the matter.


Students seeking concessions must satisfy a minimum criterion of attendance in classes. Notification in this regard will be published in due time.


Stipend for SC/ST/PH candidates

Students belonging to SC/ST and PH categories are entitled to get stipend as and when available from the Government. They are requested to collect the application forms from the college office and should submit the filled-up forms, counter-signed by the administrative authority, to the Block Development Office, generally within two months from the commencement of classes. Physically Handicapped students are also asked to contact the Block Development Office for their stipend immediately after the commencement of their classes.


Travel Concessions

Railway Travel Concession is available for out station students intending to commute from other railway stations to Tarakeswar. For those who travel by bus, arrangements for concession have been made through college for Bus Route No.16 and 20. For other Bus Routes, concession cards have to be obtained by the students themselves.

Canteen Service

The college has a canteen within the campus which remains open during the college hours. The canteen provides hygienic food for the students and staff at affordable prices.

Photocopy Centre

Photocopy, on payment, is available in the college premises on all working days except University, H.S. and Madhyamik Examination days.


Multi-Gymnasium Centre

There is a 16-station Multi-Gymnasium Centre in the college. Students,  employees of the college and interested people from local community  may use the centre on paying prescribed fees.


Grievance Redressal Cell

Every student and staff of the college can enjoy their democratic right regarding their attainment of needs by noting any sorts of legitimate grievance through this cell.

Women Cell

The women cell in the institution is set up recently to create awareness about gender equality, with a focus on women empowerment.  The cell will also look into the matter and related issues of gender discrimination that often proves to be a bane in our social system.  The cell works, in tandem, with committee against sexual harassment.  The cell regularly arranges for counseling of girls students so that issues of concern, both social and individual, may be effectively addressed on a case to case basis.  Separate complaint box, exclusively meant for girls, is placed by the cell so that the aggrieved/affected party may reach out for help at her own convenience.  To complement the system further, Helpline numbers are widely circulated among the girls students by the members of the cell.

With a view to initiating such programme based actions, the women cell has already organized a workshop on “21st Century Women: Search for Root, Identity and Power in the Midst of Crisis” on 08.10.2015 to generate legal awareness among girl students.  Sri Amitdyuti Kumar, working President of APDR and Dr. Sikha Aditya, member of West Bengal Commission for Women spoke on that occasion.