Basirhat College In West Bengal - College Courses, Placements

Basirhat College

Basirhat, North 24 Parganas, West Bengal   |   ESTD : 1947   |   Approved By: UGC   |   Type: Others
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About College

Basirhat college was established in 1997 since then since than it has been more than a century. The college was formerly affiliated to calcutta state university but now it is affiliated to west Bengal state university. The aim of the college is to develop the all round ability among the students of the college.

  • The aim of the college is to act as the instrument for the betterment of the society
  • The college aims at promoting equality and social justice among the students


  • Department of Bengali
  • Department of History
  • Department of Political Science
  • Department of Physics
  • Department of Mathematics
  • Department of Economics
  • Department of Botany
  • Department of Zoology


National Service Scheme:

  • The NSS unit of the college is under the department of the youth affairs and sports, Ministry of HRD, Government of india.
  • The unit arranges camps in the rural areas that are surrounded near the college and also the slum areas
  • The project of NSS includes activities like construction of the road, house raparing and health care programs also

National Cadet Corps:

  • NCC is the tri-service organization of the college which comprises of army, navy and air force
  • The aim is to make the students patriotic and disciplined and enhance there leadership qualities



  • The college library has the collection of reference books, journals and collection of papers
  • There are more than 20000 books available in the library


  • The name of the hostel is Khan Bahadur Hostel
  • The hostel can accommodate more than 50 students


A branch of united bank of india is located inside the college to provide the students with banking facilities

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