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Prasannadeb Women's College

Estd : 1950. Government sponsored.
Affiliated to University of North Bengal
NAAC Accredited with B++

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    From Principal's Desk

    “Once a person has faith, he has achieved everything”— Sri Ramkrishna Paramahansa

    Prasannadeb Women’s College is the symbol of faith. Since 1950, the college has faced a phenomenal growth with its vision of empowering women, especially emphasizing on the under-privileged classes. Besides quality education, the college aims to equip them with all skills and knowledge so that they become ready to face the challenges of today’s competitive professional world.

    Dr. Samapti Saha

    M.A. in Economics, M.Phil & Ph.D
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    Our History

     

     
    The college, recognized by University Grants Commission of India under 2(f) and 12 (B) since 1956, is affiliated to University of North Bengal since the university was established (in the year 1962). It is spread over an area of 5.43 acres. The College was founded on the philanthropy of Late Prasannadeb Raikat (after whom the college is gratefully named) and his wife Rani Ashrumati Devi in 1950. Sri Prasannadev Raikat was the last Raja of Baikunthpur of Jalpaiguri who died in 1946. After his death , the college was established with direct contribution from Rani Ashrumati Devi. Earlier, the college also offered class XI, XII curricula.

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    Mission & Vision

    MissionVision
    • Pursuit of excellence.
    • Preparing the learners for facing global challenges.
    • Empowerment of women through enlightenment.
    • Preparing the learners to become responsible citizens.
    • Fostering the spirit of service to the nation.

    To strive for excellence in higher education, empowerment of women through education, holistic development of learners through integration of conventional academic programmes with value‐based education.