The College was thus established in Bon-Hooghly in the year 1956 as one of the colleges under this scheme with the aim of providing higher education, and was named after BrahmanandraKesab Chandra Sen, the great socio-religious reformer of the country, during Renaissance. Initially the college was housed at SagarDutta Free High School, Kamarhati and later moved to its own present premises in 1957. This college, a UGC registered college (under 2f and 12B) is one of the premier institutes in North 24 parganas. Initially affiliated to the University of Calcutta, the college has now been affiliated to West Bengal State University, Barasat from the session 2008-2009.
Library: Brahmananda Keshab Chandra College library has a valuable collection of books and journals.Keeping these basic principles of library science in mind, the college library has been providing invaluable service to students, teachers, and non-teaching staff alike. The total area of the college library is 157.81 sq. mts with a sitting capacity of 60 students. The library remainsopen from 10.30 a.m. to 5.15 p.m.Monday to Friday and 10.30 a.m.to 2.15 p.m. on Saturday.Issue of books begins at 11a.m.
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