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Each advanced student must collect three cards and each general student two library cards from the librarian and preserve them carefully. Library cards are necessary to get books from the library. Library cards are not transferable. A student cannot use the library card of another student. Books cannot be issued against the card of another student. A student of advanced course may take one text book for home study at home for two weeks and one reference book for one week. A student of general course may take one book for study at home for two weeks. Each student may study at the reading room of the library during college hours. On requisition he or she will be given one book against his / her ‘Reading Room Card’
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- Residential Faculty Zone
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An NSS unit has been opened at our college with the permission of the University of Calcutta. Process has been started to give it a visible shape and to make it a successful Unit of the College. Interested students are always welcome to be enrolled as members of this unit. Prof. Biman Nandi and Prof. Kasturi Roy Chatterjee are in charges of the NSS Unit of the college. Intake capacity of the unit is 200 students. The NSS unit of the college has already undertaken various extension programme relating to the development of villages in Kakdwip Block and some of the projects have been successfully completed with the financial assistance from the UGC.
Provision for imparting training to the NCC candidates is there in the College. It was opened in December 1996. Lieutenant Prof. Prabir Kumar Dash, the permanent NCC officer, is in charge of the NCC Boys’ Wing. This Wing is controlled by 33 Bengal BN NCC under West Bengal & Sikkim Directorate. Intake capacity of the unit is 105 cadets at present. Each year the cadets are selected form among the 1st year students. The cadets are selected their motivation, Physical Fitness and the performance previously in school life. Cadets participating in Camps e,g, CATC, BLC, AA Camp, LRDC, RDC, NIC, IMA, Trekking etc, become eligible for the ‘B’ and ‘C’ Certificate Examinations. Cadets also took part in various extension programmes relating to the development of the society, e.g. the removal of social evils, engagement in Traffic Control during the Madhyamik / H.S. Examinations, the Durga Puja, the Diwali and other important festivals with active co-operation and guidance from Kakdwip Police Station. The cadets also act as volunteers during the Ganga Sagar Mela which is the 2nd largest Mela in India.
The NCC Girls’ Unit has recently been regularized by the NCC Department and is run under the supervision of NCC Officer Prof. Prabir Kumar Dash. The NCC Girls’ Wing is also controlled by 33 Bengal BN NCC under West Bengal & Sikkim Directorate. Intake capacity of the unit is 55 cadetsat present. The same facilities of training and certificate Examinations as admissible to the Boys’ Wing are also available for the cadets of Girls’ Wing. Interested girl students are also enrolled in this unit each year from among the 1st year students. The NCC cadets (Boys and Girls) together organized the Blood Donation Camps in the College Campus through the Central Blood Bank, Kolkata, Govt. of West Bengal.
Admission Open 2019