Website updated on : November 12, 2018

Huge Campus

More than 2 acres of Campus Area

Audio Visual Classes

Special Classes in Audio Visual Amphe Theatre

Safety & Security

Round the clock Security Service

Hostel Facility

Separate Hostels for Boys & Girls

Physical & Cultural Activities

Programmes for Cultural Activities & Physical Fitness

Sessional activities

NAVIN BARAN (FRESHERS` WELCOME)

Every year on an auspicious day, the college commences its academic session with freshers` welcome,  which is observed solemnly in a beautiful environment with offering of rose buds to the newly admitted trainees.

     

 

RABINDRA PRAYAN DIBAS  (BAISH-E SHRABAN)

Homage is paid to Gurudev Rabindranath on this day for his passing away through rendering of songs and dances and recitation. Also a few words are spoken about the poet’s literary contribution in the sphere of education and nationalism.

    

 

INDEPENDENCE DAY - 15th AUGUST

Independence Day is observed by hoisting the tricolour and singing the national anthem and other patriotic songs. The trainees as well as the teachers offer homage to the martyrs and pledge to serve the motherland through their activities.

      

 

TEACHERS` DAY - 5th SEPTEMBER

Dr. Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan is respectfully remembered and Teachers` Day is observed in order to make ourselves aware of our responsibilities and fresh oath is taken to serve the nation through this noble profession.

               

    

            

     

SHARADIA UTSAV

The pleasant advent of autumn with all her natural glories creates a ripple in the mind of the people which has its reflection in the activities of sweetness and light. The trainees observe the session of festivals with their melodious voice and rhythmic stepping.

            

            

 

WALL MAGAZINE - SRIJANI

 Wall magazine is the mirror of the college. It shows the artistic and creative faculty of the students who express their thoughts and ideas, dream and desires through literary efforts.

 

EDUCATIONAL OUTREACH PROGRAMME

‘To see is to believe’. History becomes living and geography begins to breathe when we visit places. This year our visit to Delhi Agra Mathura Vrindaban and previous year’s visit to Nalanda etc. extended and widened our knowledge and broadened our outlook, relaxing our stress and strain after a prolonged study session.

   

 

NATIONAL YOUTH DAY - 12th JANUARY

The birth day of Swami Vivekananda is observed as Yuva Divas offering tribute to the great embodiment of human excellence and pioneer of man making education by taking out a procession, arranging programmes and offering garlands.

       

 

NETAJI BIRTHDAY - 23rd JANUARY

Every year in a solemn programme through hoisting of tricolour and chanting Jai Hind, homage is paid to the great patriot and he is remembered through discussion of his life by the participants.

 

REPUBLIC DAY - 26th JANUARY 

Republic day is observed in a befitting manner by hoisting the National Flag and offering flowers to the great sons of the country. And the Indian constitution is honoured.

 

SARASWATI PUJA

The Goddess of learning is worshipped with zeal and jubilation by the trainees and some festive programmes are also arranged. Distribution of Prasad among the trainees becomes a joyful part.

   

 

BLOOD DONATION CAMP

Organized by the college and collaborated by Blood Donor Association and SD Hospital our trainees Teachers participated in social service by donating blood for the injured and the ailing persons which is a noble humanitarian task. It was well attended too.

    

RABINDRA JAYANTI