Rabindra Mahavidyalaya (RMV) Hooghly Campus & Infrastructure

Hooghly (West Bengal) Estd : 1971 Approved by : UGC, NAAC Type : Private


College has 14 acres campus area including pond, play ground, Eco-friendly greenaries and open spaces to offer an ideal learning ambiance

  • Area 14 Acres
  • Total Course 16


Students Activities & Clubs

NSS club

A team of 120 students of NSS enrolled together with the Nature’ Club unit of the college together with the teaching and nonteaching staff of respective units jointly organized a project of cleaning the college environment. The main objective of this project was to spread an awareness regarding conservation of our natural resources and nature.

To conduct the same, the students were divided in three groups. First group was given the task of cleaning the Medicinal Garden of our college. The students cleaned the unwanted weeds, dig out the areas of the already planted trees, watered them properly. Apart from this they also studied about the plants with medicinal importance, in order to spread their uses among the common people of the village.

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.

NCC club

After the independence of India in 1947, NCC was introduced by the Central Government. Our college opted for NCC Programme for our boys in the senior division of the Army Wing. Girl Cadets are also included in our NCC Company.

The Education Commission (1964-66) headed by Dr. D.S. Kothari recommended that students at all stages of education be associated with some form of social service. After several debates and discussions, the Union Education Minister in 1969, with the support of University Grants Commission, launched the programme of NSS in the colleges.

Our college has arranged for NSS and NCC programmes. There are three units of NSS with three hundred students and one company of NCC. Students should join either NSS or NCC. But, in no case, they will be allowed to join both the programmes.