Dhola, a gateway to Sundarban, geographically situated at the concourse of two Sub-divisions Doamond Harbour and Kakdwip, is a densely populated area with a sizeable section of minority muslim population, scheduled caste and scheduled tribe and other backward classes. Though Dhola is situated at the centre of five admistrative Blocks – Patharpratima, Kakdwip, Kulpi, Mandir Bazar and Mathurapur, it is a backward area in all respects – socially, economically and educationally. Access to higher education is very limited in area. Due to extreme condition of poverty, the parents fail to send their sons and daughters to far-off colleges. A good number of students after passing H.S. examination fail to get admitted to degree classes. In the context of the area’s socio-economic reality particularly most of the female students cannot continue college education. Consequently, drop-outs after Higher Secondary examination is on the rise in this area. Importantly, there are many Higher Secondary Schools around Dhola. Therefore, one Mahavidyalaya needs to be establised at Dhola. This need is deeply felt and in a meeting held in one fine morning of a sunny winter day of Sunday, the 5th January, 2003, in the shop of Abid Hossain and Brother at Dholahat, Prof. Abdullah Jamader Hasan, convenor of the meeting, gives justification for establishment of a college and its viability at Dhola. Atiar Rahaman Molla, a reputed teacher and social worker, had appreciated and supported the proposal. Among other persons, social workers like Abid Hossain Molla, TaheraKhatun, Abdul Hamid Boldia, Abdul Latif Molla were present in the meeting and all the members were convinced that establishment of a Degree College at Dhola is the crying need of the people belonging to Dhola and its vicinity.