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Welcome to Bidhan Chandra College

Bidhan Chandra College (Government Sponsored), Asansol, District Burdwan, West Bengal is a co-educational institute established in the year 1961. The members of the Asansol Educational Development Committee, a Relief and Welfare Society took initiative in founding this college and Sri Sasthi Narayan Gorai donated the sum of Rs.1,11,111 to support their noble cause. The institution owes its name to Dr. Bidhan Chandra Roy – an illustrious son of Bengal and one of the early Chief Ministers, and its foundation stone was laid by Dr. Sarvapally Radhakrishnan, an internationally acclaimed scholar of Indian Philosophy and the then Vice President of India. Since then, we have been one of the major higher-educational institutes of West Bengal, affiliated to the University of Burdwan and approved by the University Grants Commission. Located in an urban area of the still most significant industrial zone (Asansol-Burnpur) of the state.

At present, the college runs in three sections (morning, day and evening), offering various undergraduate courses (both honours and pass course) in the arts, science, and commerce streams. In arts honours – Bengali, English, Hindi, Urdu, Sanskrit, History, Political Science, Economics, Philosophy, and Geography are offered; in science honours almost all major subjects like Physics, Mathematics, Chemistry and Zoology are taught ; and in commerce, honours in Accountancy is allowed to be opted for alongside various other professional courses like BBA, BCA, and Computer Science.

Our Vision & Mission

To teach human beings work hard, act selflessly, and march ahead steadily on the way of progress so that they may become instrumental in bringing a peaceful revolution which would turn this world into a better place for all.

College Events

  • Basanta Utsav

    Basant Panchami is the festival that highlights the coming of spring. Basant Utsav was celebrated in Bidhan Chandra College in the college playgrounds. Hundreds of students came to play ground with their kites and threads.

  • World AIDS Day Celebration

    World AIDS Day, designated 1 December every year since 1988, is dedicated to raising awareness of the AIDS pandemic caused by the spread of HIV infection, and mourning those who have died of the disease. Bidhan Chandra College observe the day, often with education on AIDS prevention and control.

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College News

  Students participates on college fest.

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To teach human beings work hard, act selflessly, and march ahead steadily on the way of progress so that they may become instrumental in bringing a peaceful revolution which would turn this world into a better place for all.To teach human beings work hard, act selflessly, and march ahead steadily on the way of progress so that they may become instrumental in bringing a peaceful revolution.

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