We believe the name and fame of an educational institution rests not only on its result but also on the extra-curricular activities encouraged and promoted. The following list gives a glimpse of some activities in this field.


The College publishes every year its own magazine “Shabdakoli” where students and teachers of the college contribute their writings on various topics and in different genres .The magazine provides a great opportunity for students to show their creativity and encourages original thinking beyond the bounds of syllabus.


Sports is an important part of education since true learning comprise improvement of both body and mind. To this end the college organizes the annual sport in which students and teachers participate enthusiastically. Successful candidates also represent the college in different events of the University sports competitions. Apart from that the college has a Football Team that has participated in various Inter-collegiate Tournaments and brought success to the college.

N.S.S Unit

Two N.S.S Units have been started from session (2012-13) and are being successfully run by Prof. Tinku Kumar Ghorai and Prof. Akbar Ali Shah with hundred students in each unit. These N.S.S volunteers participated in one Winter Camp and an AIDS Awareness programme in the locality. We hope that their activities will be successfully continued in the coming sessions.

Health Awareness Programme

‘Health is wealth’ is a proverb that is accepted by all. Our college is also aware of its student’s health because a healthy body can inherit a healthy mind. The steps taken by us in this regard are the following –

  • Two Thalassemia Detection camps have been organised successfully, where almost two hundred students have their blood examined to be aware of thalassemia.
  • Our college has arranged AIDS Awareness Rally on world Aids Day. To spread awareness of this fatal disease among the local people.
  • Our college is member of the Red Ribbon club also and encourages students to the noble act of Blood Donation.

Cultural Programmes

Only reading book and setting for examination is not enough to be a good human being. Cultural programmes of different types are arranged to generate hidden virtue which should be accelerated through an Educational Institution. Moreover, it gives also a respite from academic activities and makes college campus joyful and vibrant. Such are -

  • Publishing the college magazine (Shabdakoli) every year August.
  • Celebrating the College Foundation Day and the Fresher’s Welcome – 28th August.
  • Independence Day – 15th August.
  • Republic Day – 26th January.
  • Saraswati Puja – No fixed date.

Excursions and Fields Work

Over the years, the Department of Bengali has acquired the reputation of conducting successfully excursions and field-study related to academic projects under the guidance and vigil of Departmental Professors. During such excursions students are taken to sites of scenic beauty or academic, geographical and historical importance.