Gour Mohan Sachin Mandal Mahavidyalaya is a government – aided, co-educational multi-faculty college established in 1968. The college was founded by Dr. Satyendranath Naskar, a renowned educationalist with empathy towards the backward classes in 1968. Late Sachindranath Mandal, son of Late Gour Mohan Mandal, of the adjoining village Bireswarpur, donated land and money towards the establishment of the college. Many benevolent persons contributed land and money for the development and expansion of the college. The college at present is situated on 13.1 acres of land near Madhabpur station, Sealdah - Lakshmikantapur Railway Line. The Kolkata – Kulpi Road runs past the college.
Affiliated to the University of Calcutta on 30th August 1969 as a grants-in-aid college, the college was recognized by the U.G.C. under Section 2(f) on 28/01/1970. At present the college is accredited by NAAC with B Grade. The college has Honours Courses in BA and B Com streams, besides General courses in BA, B.Sc. and BCom. The college also runs a 6 months Certificate course in Tailoring and Amin Survey affiliated to West Bengal State Council of Vocational Education and Training. The Netaji Subhas Open University has a study centre which provides quality distance education to those who cannot attend full time courses.
Gour Mohan Sachin Mandal Mahavidyalaya perceives education and the process of educating as a total integral contextual process which includes students, teachers, parents, administration and the environment. The college in aspects of student profile faces a unique reality. Most of our students hail from economically weak, rural agricultural and socially backward families.