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Dr. Kanailal Bhattacharyya College

Dr. Kanailal Bhattacharyya College
Howrah

Established : 1985
Type : Co-Educational College
President : Sri Sunil Kumar Sircar
Principal / Teacher-in-Charge : Dr. Dilip Kumar Sahoo
Former Name : Dr. Kanailal Bhattacharyya College
Location : Santragachi, Howrah
Affiliation(s) : University of Calcutta
Category : Under Graduate :
»  Regular Courses
»  Career Oriented Courses
Accreditation / Recognition : University Grants Commission (UGC)
National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC)
Department(s) : Arts, Science & Commerce


Under Graduate (Regular) Courses

1. Humanities, Commerce and Science (Biological)
Every student of the Humanities (General) section needs to select 3 (three) out of the following list of subjects. Each subject consists of three papers of 100 marks each.

Every student of the Humanities (Honours) section has to appear for 8 (eight) papers of his / her Honours subject (Education / Political Science / Bengali / History / English / Philoso-phy / Geography). Each paper will be of 100 marks each. Along with this 2 (two) subjects from the following list needs to be selected. Each subject consists of 3 (three) papers of 100 marks each. The Honours subject connot be taken up as the Pass / General subject as well.


Subjects Offered (Honours)
Student pursuing Honours courses needs to choose one of the following combinations :
Honours Subjects General Subjects Combinations
Bengali History / Philosophy / Education
Political Science Bengali / History / Education
Education Philosophy / Political Science / Bengali
History Political Science / Bengali / Philosophy
English Philosophy / Education
Philosophy Political Science / Bengali / Education
Geography Education / Political Science / Bengali
Students of the Department of Science can study Botany, Zoology and Physiology as the three subjects of their course. Each subject will have 3 (three) papers of 100 marks each.

Students must have following subject combinations at H.S. level for the admission to:-
  • B.Sc (Biological) stream
  • Botany / Biology
  • Zoology / Biology
  • Physiology / Chemistry & Biology

Course Syllabus
B.Com (Honours & General) New Syllabus
Part - I
» Papers for Honours Degree Course Marks
Paper - I Financial Accounting 100
Paper - II Indian Financial System & Financial Market Operation 100
» Paper for General Course
Principles & Practice of Accountancy 100
» Common papers for both Honours & General Degree Course in Commerce
Paper - I Entrepreneourship Development & Business Communication 50 + 50
Paper - II Business Management 100
Part - II
» Papers for Honours Degree Course Marks
Paper - III Direct & Indirect Taxation 100
Paper - IV Cost & Management Accounting 100
» Papers for General Course  
Papers - I Elements of Taxation 100
Paper - II Money & Financial System 100
» Common papers for both Honours & General Degree Course in Commerce
Paper - III Information Technology & Its application in Business 60 + 40
Paper - IV Business Regulatory Framework 100
Paper - V Business Economics & Business Environment 100
Paper - VI Business Mathematics & Statistics 100
Part - III
» Papers for Honours Degree Course Marks
Paper - V Corporate Accounting 100
Paper - VI Financial Management 100
Paper - VII Auditing 100
Paper - VIII Financial Statement Analysis 100
» Paper for General Course
Paper - IV Advanced Accounting 100
Paper - V Elements of Cost & Management Accounting 100
Paper - VI Fundamentals of Auditing 100


Vocational Courses
(Affiliated to West Bengal State Council of vocational Education & Traning)
Course : (A) Engineering & Technology
» (i) Automobile Mechanics
» (ii) Computer Application
(B) Business Commerce
» (i) Tax Practice
Co-ordinator : Dr. Prabir Kumar Sanki
Contact No. : +91 94348 05562
Faculty : Sri Ratikanta Malakar
Sri Sapta Pathak
Sri Sumalay De
Sri Somnath Chakraborty
Sri Dhreetiman Bose
Sri Chanchal Samanta
Sri Basanta Samanta
Sri Sanjit Bag
Office Assistance : (i) Amar Bag
(ii) Goutam Bhattacharyya
Group - D : Aashalata Maity
Session start : 1st week of July every year
Minimum Qualification : Madhyamik Pass (Class-X Pass)
Tution Fees : Nil (As per Govt. Rule)
Certificate : Equivalent to Higher Secondery Pass (W.B.C.H.S.E.)
Admission Start : 1st week of May Every year


UGC Sponsored

With the financial grant from UGC, the college is organizing career oriented courses as well. The courses under this programme are :

  • Communicative English
  • Computer Application
  • E-commerce
  • Alternative Banking
  • Interior Decoration & Beautification
  • Travel & Tourism Management
  • With the grant of UGC, the college now has a computer centre.
  • With the grant of UGC, for the betterment of students remedial coaching had been organized. A new proposal has also been submitted to UGC during 2007-08 session.
  • Very recently an alumni association has also been established.
  • There is a Grievance Redrersal cell for different complaints and demands of the students. The cell is constituted of Professors, Non-teaching Staff and the student Represen-tatives.
  • College canteen is there to cater to the need of the students and others related to the institution.
  • A cycle-stand is alloted for the benefit of the students.
  • With the grant of UGC, the college has started six career oriented programme.
  • Gym (Multi. gym)

Rules & Regulations
  • Admission would be ensure as per Merit Rank
  • Admission is the subject of consideration of the marks obtained by the candidate in English and other four subjects in the Higher Secondary Examination or equivalent.
  • For admission to the B.Com course, a candidate should have passed the Higher Sec-ondary Examination either in the Science stream or in the Commerce stream. A regular candidate in the B.A. stream with Mathematics and Economics as subject combinations in the H.S. examination can also apply for the B.Com. degree course in the prescribed form.
  • For admission to the Honours courses the minimum marks to be obtained in the H.S. examinations is 500/250 and 90/45 in the desired subject or 110/55 in the desired subject. The decision of the admission committee will be final in this regard.
  • For SC and ST candidates desirous of taking admission to the honours courses the minimum qualifying marks is 40% of the aggregate or 40% in the subject under consid-eration in the Higher Secondary Examination.
Fees Structure for B.Com & B.A.
Particulars Term B.Com B.A.
General Honours General Honours
Admission Fee Yearly 50 50 50 50
Tuition Fee (Monthly)
[to August]
Monthly 120 170 100 150
I. T. (Practical) Monthly 60 60 - -
College Registration Fee Yearly 20 20 20 20
Development Fee Yearly 150 150 150 150
College Building Fee Yearly 150 150 150 150
Library Development Fee Yearly 50 50 50 50
University Registration Fee (one time & to be paid to the University) One-Time 110 110 110 110
Identity Card Yearly 20 20 20 20
Form and Prospectus Yearly 50 50 50 50
Session Fee Yearly 510 510 510 510
University Sports Fee
(To be paid during registration)
Yearly 60 60 60 60
Student Health Home Fee Yearly 5 5 5 5
NAAC Fund 2014 Yearly 75 75 75 75
Library Caution Deposit Yearly 50 50 50 50
Saraswati Puja Yearly 70 70 70 70
Educational Tours Yearly - - - 100
Doctor’s Fee for Medical Check-up Yearly 30 30 30 30
TOTAL   1580 1630 1500 1650
N.B.: Students interested in using the gymnasium need pay an admission fee Rs. 300/- and a monthly fee of Rs. 100/-. At least 15 students need to enroll in the gymnasium. Otherwise gymnasium shall not be started.

Female students willing to get accommodation in Sudharani Women’s Hostel of the college, need to pay an additional fee of Rs. 2,000/- at the time of admission. The break-up of the hostel fee structure is provided at the back.

Adjustment of Fees paid by students who have taken admission either in General or Honours Stream would not be done under any circumstances if the students (admitted) change their subject discipline. Each student must be a member of College Library through the payment of Library Fees. Students of Lab based subject who fail to qualify in final C.U. Exam. would have to pay all Fees for the Practical Examination purpose as per regular candidates.

he bank challan required to pay the monthly fees needs to be submitted within the specified date. Otherwise there would be a late fee of Rs. 10/- would be charged.


Fees Structure for B.Sc.
Particulars Term B.Sc
Honours General
Admission Fee Yearly 70 70
Tuition Fee (July to August) Monthly 500 200
Lab Caution Yearly 400 150
College Registration Fee Yearly 20 20
Development Fee Yearly 150 150
College Building Fee Yearly 150 150
Library Development Fee Yearly 50 50
University Registration Fee (one time & to be paid to the University) One-time 110 110
For Identity Card Yearly 20 20
Form and Prospectus Yearly 50 50
Session Fee Yearly 510 510
University Sports Fee (To be paid during registration) Yearly 60 60
Student Health Home Fee Yearly 5 5
NAAC Fund 2014 Yearly 75 75
Library Caution Deposit Yearly 150 50
Saraswati Puja Yearly 70 70
Educational Tours Yearly - 150
Lab Improvement Fee Yearly 1200 500
Laboratory Fee Yearly 1500 750
Doctors Fee for Medical Check-up Yearly 30 30
TOTAL   5120 3120
N. B.: Students of B.SC (Biological) Deptt. (GenI.) are advised to contact their Heads of Deptt. regarding expenses to be paid for Educational Excursions.


Distribution of Session Fees
1. Electric charge Rs. 115 /-
2. Stationary charges Rs. 105 /-
3. Sports fee Rs. 50 /-
4. College Magazine Fee Rs. 20 /-
5. Student Aid Fund Rs. 10 /-
6. For Prizes (sports and cultural events) Rs. 20 /-
7. College Examination Fees Rs. 100 /-
8. Games & Tournament Rs. 30 /-
9. Service charge Rs. 60 /-
  TOTAL Rs. 510 /-
  * Subject to change  

1. If any student wants to apply for transfer in the middle of an academic session, he/she needs to clear all his/her annual fees and the transfer fee before applying to the Principal in the specified form.

2. A late fine of Rs. 1/- per day would be charged on the fees paid after the 15th of the current month.


Fees Structure for Geography
Particulars Term Geography
General Honours
Admission Fee Yearly 70 70
Tuition Fee (July to August) Monthly 200 400
Lab Caution Yearly 150 300
College Registration Fee Yearly 20 20
Development Fee Yearly 150 150
College Building Fee Yearly 150 150
Library Development Fee Yearly 50 50
University Registration Fee (one time & to be paid to the University) One-Time 110 110
For Identity Card Yearly 20 20
Form and Prospectus Yearly 50 50
Session Fee Yearly 510 510
University Sports Fee (To be paid during registration) Yearly 60 60
Student Health Home Fee Yearly 5 5
NAAC Fund 2014 Yearly 75 75
Library Caution Deposit Yearly 50 50
Saraswati Puja Yearly 70 70
Educational Tours Yearly 1000 3000
Lab Improvement Fee Yearly 300 1000
Laboratory Fee Yearly 250 500
Doctors Fee for Medical Check-up Yearly 30 30
TOTAL   3320 6620

N.B. : Student of Geography Deptt. (Gen & Hons.) are advised to contact the Head of Deptt. regarding expenses to be paid for educational excursion.

Co-Curricular Activities

Along with the regular academic activities, there are several co-curricular ones organized by the college throughout the year, aiming for the mental and intellectual development of the pupils. They are:

  • Inter-department competitions:
    • Recitation
    • Debate
    • Music
    • Quiz
    • Composition (poems and essays)
    • Extempore speech
    • One-act play
    • Antakshari
  • Annual sports (Indoor and outdoor)
  • Friendly Cricket matches involving students and Teachers! Non-teaching Staff
  • Welcoming Ceremony
  • Valediction
  • Celebration of the Independence Day
  • Celebration of the Republic Day
  • Celebration of Netaji birth anniversary
  • Birth and death anniversary of Dr. Kanailal Bhattacharyya
  • Mock-parliament competition
  • Departmental wall magazine
  • Departmental debate competition
  • Participation in inter-college events (sports and cultural)
    • The students of the college are given the opportunity to be the members of students‚Äô Health Home with a negligible amount of fees. With this, they can avail different facilities regarding health check-up and treatment.
  • UGC sponsored Remedial Coaching for SC!ST!OBC (excluding creamy layer) and Minorities.
  • UGC sponsored Coaching classes for entry in services for SC!ST, OBC (excluding creamy layer) and Minorities.



Extention Programmes

Keeping in mind the social responsibility of the institution, the college has organized several extension programmes. These programmes serve as the bridge between the students and the larger humanity. The programmes are:

  • Blood donation camps
  • Health examination camps
  • AIDS - awareness programmes
  • Programmes to awaken consciousness of Women‚Äôs Rights
  • Drive against child marriage
  • Paediatric awareness
  • Awareness regarding food and nutrition
  • Literacy programmes
  • Awareness regarding pure drinking water
  • Awareness regarding family planning
  • Awareness regarding regular classes of pulse-polio vaccination
  • National Service Scheme (NSS)
  • Customer Protection and Awareness camps.

About NSS
With the dawning of independence on 15th August 1947, the Government of India intended to integrate the student community in the service to the nation. The first knowledge commission in 1950 considered the philanthropic service of the students to be of significant importance. This resulted in the establishment of the ‚ÄėNational Service Scheme‚Äô (NSS) at the University level in April 1957. The colleges under these Universities also set up their own NSS units.

As a unit of the National Service Scheme of the University of Calcutta, the students of Dr. Kanailal Bhattacharyya college have dedicated themselves towards the glorious aim of serving the nation. The motto of NSS ‚ÄĒ ‚ÄúNot Me But You‚ÄĚ ‚ÄĒ has constantly driven them to carry out their duties to the nation, throughout the year. Some of their key activities, like keeping the college campus clean and disciplined, tree plantation, celebrating the days of national and international importance [ Youth Day (12th Jan); Republic Day (26th Jan); Women‚Äôs Day (8th March)‚Äô World Forest Day (21st March); Independence Day (15th August); NSS Day (24th Sept.) etc.], making the people of the locality aware of the importance of the pulse polio vaccination ‚ÄĒ have made the college NSS unit vibrant.

Recently the NSS has conducted a Health & Medical Check Up camp along with free medicine supply at Baramollakhali, 24 Pgs(s), in the Suridarban Coastal Area from 4th to 10th March.

To lead the personality of a volunteer to complete flourishing through group activities, is the aim of the NSS. NSS wishes to achive this goal through certain important steps,

  • working with the people and for the people.
  • indulging in creative and organized social activities.
  • expanding one‚Äôs knowledge into the community.
  • finding the practical implication of one‚Äôs theoretical knowledge.
  • achieving the potential of democratic leadership.
  • attaining self-reliance through.
  • bridging the gap between the educated and the uneducated.
  • Channelising one‚Äôs knowledge and skill to assist the weaker section of the society.
    • With the financial help from the Govt. of W. B.. the college is successfully organizing two vocational caurses, namely:
      • Interior Decoration and Beautification
      • Travel and Tourism Management
      • With the financial grant from UGC. the college is organizing career oriented courses as well. The courses under this programme are:
        • Communicative English
        • Computer Application
        • E-commerce
        • Alternative Banking
        • Interior Decoration & Beautification
        • Travel & Tourism Management
      • With the grant of UGC, the college now has a computer centre.
      • With the grant of Rs. 1,75,000/- from U.G.C., remedial coaching classes have been organized in the academic year 2008-2009 and also in the academic year 2009-2010.
      • Very recently an alumni association has also been established.
      • There is a Grievance Redressal Cell for different comp, and demands of the students. The cell is constituted of Professors, Non-teaching Staff and the Student Representatives.
      • College canteen is there to cater to the need of the students and others related to the institution.
      • A cycle-stand is alloted for the benefit of the students.
      • With the grant of UGC, the college has started six career oriented programmes.
      • Gym (Multi. gym)
      • With the grant of UGC, the College has started Coaching Classes for entry in services to gr. A,B,C,D.
      • Generator facility has been provided in the college for the students.
      • LCD Tvs have been set up in the digital room and canteen.

West Bengal State Council of Vocational Education & Training affiliated additional courses viz 1) Automibile Mechanic, 2) Computer Application, 3) Taxation Practices.

It has been a long cherished dream of the people of Santragachi and the surrounding areas to have a Degree College in this locality. The dream was gradually turning into a moment. At this juncture late Sudhir Kr. Ghosh, a benefactor and a Philantheopist agreed to donate his land and building situated at Santragachi, Dharmatala, for the establishment of an educational institution. After that into the initiation of the then local M.L.A. Sri Satyen Ghosh and some other important personalities of the area a board of Trustees was formed on 26.11.1984 and some allied organisational activities were undertaken on 10th March, 1985 in a public meeting presied over by Ex-chairman of Public Service Commission Raghu Das Baul and attended by donor Sudhir Kumar Ghosh a resolation was adopted that a degree College should be established after the name of Dr. Kanailal Bhattacharyya, an educationist, public leader and Ex-minister of Commerce and Industries, Govt. of West Bengal.

The College was granted affiliation by the Calcutta University & The State Govt. in September 1985. The then Higher Education Minister Late Prof. Sambhu Ghosh graced the inauguration ceremony as guest-in-cheif.

Before starting off fund raising programmes, a nine-member committee was set up with the then District Magistrate of Howrah Sri Sumantra Chowdhury as the President of the same. Some local bodies and many education lovers came in with monetary help. Under the leadership of noted engineer late Raghudas Baul, a group of dedicated engineers came forward to lay down the plan and supervise the reformation of the old building and estab-lishing new classroom. With their cumulative efforts the old building was renovated and extended as per the need. Two new class rooms were also set up.

In the month of September 1985, the college received permission to organize courses on five subjects ‚Äď Bengali, English, History, Philosophy and Education from Calcutta Univer-sity. On 22nd September 1985, the college was officially inaugurated by late Prof. Sambhu Ghosh, the then Honourable Minister of Higher Education Govt. of West Bengal. With the setting up the institution, the coveted dream of the local people was realized.

From September 1985 to January 1988, as the Founder Secretary, the then local MLA Sri Satyen Ghosh led the development and the management of the college. In December 1985, Sri Keshab Chandra Khara joined the institution as the first permanent lecturer in the Bengali department. He temporarily shouldered the responsibility of the post of the Teacher-in- charge from 11th September 1986 to 19th January 1988. On 20th January 1988, Sri Nripendranath Bhattacharya joined as the permanent Principal. With the permanent Prin-cipal, the overall activity of the institution received impetus.






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