Amdanga Jugal Kishore Mahavidyalaya

Affiliated to West Bengal State University,
NAAC Accredited with Grade B
Sadhanpur, P.S.-Amdanga, 24 Pgs (North), West Bengal 743221

Message from President

Amdanga Jugal Kishore Mahavidyalaya (Estb. 2007) was initially governed by a Preparatory Committee until 2015, when its first Governing Body was appointed. It was my honour to be chosen as the inaugural president of the college. Since then, a significant number of developmental tasks have been completed, and the college has advanced in every aspect of its operation. New land adjacent to the college has been acquired for future development. A new four-story building was constructed using approximately six crores of MSDP funding. Under Bidhayak Elaka Unnayan Prakalpa (BEUP) of Government of West Bengal, one generator, a significant number of desktops and laptops, library apparatus, Gym equipments and additional books were purchased. Sri. Kunal Ghosh, an honourable member of the Rajyasabha, has also provided financial support for the construction of a computer center and library room.

In 2015, when I became the president of the Governing Body, there were only six full-time and a few part-time teachers. With the State Government's active support and help, the number has increased exponentially. Today, our college has 16 full-time faculty members, including the principal, 17 SACTs, 5 permanent staff members, and 7 casual non-teaching staff members.

I am pleased to mention that this institution takes proactive, student-friendly steps towards their holistic development. This college has implemented a variety of West Bengal government scholarship programs. Teachers and non-teaching personnel actively assist students in obtaining a variety of scholarships. There are also a number of college-sponsored scholarship and fee-reduction schemes to extend our capital aid and cooperation in order to bring the deserving students into the fold of higher education. I am grateful to the college staff for providing equal opportunities and facilities to female students, students from diverse reserved communities, and students from minority communities.

I am also pleased to announce that the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) has awarded the college with Grade B. The accreditation has not only brought laurel to the institute but also earned honour and prestige for this entire locality. I would like to take this opportunity to thank the steering committee for making this a reality. It must be reinstated that this progress would not have been possible without Dr. Anadi Mohan Roy's capable administration as college principal. His endeavours have always been commendably supported by the Governing Body. I hope that both the infrastructure and academics of our college will continue to improve under his aegis in the future as well.