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Dhruba Chand Halder College


II Semester-6 Honours classes in 2023-24 Session (under CBCS) will be commencing on 8th March 2024 IIII Semester-4 Honours classes in 2023-24 Session (under CBCS) will be commencing on 27th March 2024 IIII ALL ARE INVITED TO BASANTOSAV TO BE HELD IN THE COLLGE CAMPUS ON 2ND APRIL,2024 FROM 12.00 NOON ONWARDS II


  • To deliver value-based education , which in turn, makes "real men and women"(a concept initiated by Swamiji).
  • To educate the citizens and would be citizen-leaders for our society through our commitment to the transformative power of education in the streams of arts, commerce and sciences.
  • To envisage a kind of education that would help young learners realize their inner strength and potentialities and know their own selves inside out-"Bear no hatred, sow the seeds of love and friendship".


  • To provide inexpensive quality education.
  • To equip students with knowledge and skills in their chosen stream.
  • To instill values, recognize hidden talents and endow opportunities amongest students to realize their full potential.
  • To shape students into future leaders, enterpreneurs and above all good human beings.


Keeping the Vision and Mission of our college in mind, the management has prioritized the concept of education for the aspiring and needy students of the area. The students here, hail from all strata of society and the number of girl students attending college is appreciable. This commensurates with the  view of "inclusiveness", imparting education to all.
As a positive step towards "all round education/development", the authorities have emphasized on the extensive practice of sports and games, as these are conducive to camaraderie and sportsmanship, which, in turn, help in fostering unity among the student community. "Beauty" and "Safety", the two attributes associated with the "Green Campus", are given due importance in the college. The lush green campus, with trees all around and water-bodies inside, offer a beautiful picture to all the stake-holders, and, at the same time, foster ecological balance. Many measures are followed to keep the campus free from pollution and litter. To extend higher educational facilities mainly to the students of this college and the other neighbouring colleges, Dhruba Chand Halder College has been running two distance education centres, affiliated to Rabindra Bharati and Netaji Subhash Open Universities, since the last decade. The goal is to make this college emerge as one of the key institutions in South 24 parganas, catering mainly to the poor and the needy, making them worthy human beings in society.