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
ICT: funded more than once by the University Grants Commission for the development of ICT, at present we have the infrastructure of providing personal computers to almost all of our faculty members. Besides, we also run two large computer laboratories and maintain separate computers in various academic departments, in the accounts section, in Principals office, and in the central library.
Library: library consists of more than fifty thousand books, including both text books and reference books either purchased or received as gifts from various sources. A good number of books in the stock also come under the Book Bank category. In addition, our library subscribes to many magazines, newspapers, and academic journals alongside thousands of e-journals and databases received through the N-LIST project of INFLIBNET.
Sports Field and Gymnasium: The lush green outfield at the heart of the main campus is one of our most proud possessions. We also have in our campus a state of the art gymnasium known as Chandrasekhar Azad Multi-Gym. It is created out of the Central Government Grant and has been a centre for regular physical exercise for the students and staffs under the observant eye of a paid instructor, absolutely free of cost.
Canteen: Our large canteen located on the ground floor of the college just on the right side of the annexed building is known as the Gluttons Den.
Hostel and Day Care Center Facilities Available