Gandhi Centenary B.T. College In West Bengal - College Courses, Placements

Gandhi Centenary B.T. College

23/3, Ballygunge Circular Road, North 24 Parganas, West Bengal   |   ESTD : 1968   |   Approved By: NAAC   |  NCTE   |   Type: Private
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About College

The Gandhi Centenary BT College was established with a great ambition to train every individual and turn them to be a responsible teacher. With a great aim the collegeand its management is teaching the students various concepts and are following skill based teaching methods. They are dedicated to improve the overall personality along with teaching abilities and communication skills. With the support of versed teachers, well built infrastructure and sophisticated facilities the college is standing as an aid to every student who like to have a smooth professional career.

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University ofCalcutta

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How to Reach

34 Km from Kolkata Airport

Habra Railway Station Nearest Railway Station

1.4 Km from Ashoknagar Bus Stop

Why to join Gandhi Centenary BT College, North 24 Parganas?

  • Accreditation: The College earned a B grade certificate from NAACand is offering numerous facilities to carve the future of numerous students.
  • Practice schools: To provide a practical experience to every student and make them earn enough confidence, the college organizes a few practice sessions in a few nearby schools. The college has a better relation numerous schools that allow a student to improve their teaching skills by taking some practice classes.
  • Certificate& awards: The management of the college always steps ahead to encourage every student who scores better grade and highest marks  in their academics by providing them prizes and certificates as a mark of their excellence.

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