Turku Hansda Lapsa Hemram Mahavidyalaya is situated in a plot of 5 acre land. The College is situated in a plot of 5 acre land 2 km away from Mallarpur Railway Station. At the west of it flows the irrigation Canal adjacent to the green of the
Shal and Mahuya of Gonpur Forest. Twin villages-Madian and Mehednagar-exist at the south of the college and along the northern boundary of it runs 60 National Highway from Panagar to Moregram. The east is open towards the horizon with the sometime green and sometime golden crops of the villagers. The peaceful plot of land surrounded by the forest and agriculture is however not cut off from the outer world. It is on the country is well linked with both Highway and Railway. One can easily remember in this connection that Nalanda, Texila, even Oxford, Cambridge and Tagore’s Visva Bharati were once founded at the places far from the madding crowd of the Metropolis. So the place in that sense can be called favorable for learning. Indeed, the serenity felt at this cozy place under the lap of bounteous Nature makes our learners fresh for acquiring new knowledge round the year.
Taurku Hansda Lapsa Mahavidyalay in 5 February 2006 with a view to catering higher education. As the area is populated by a considerable Percentage of socio-economically backward people and minority Classes, a huge numbber of students of this Colleges are literally first generation learners. The College therefore Cannot and do not avoid the responsibility of teaching a group of students lagging behind academically, socially and economically as will With all these limitations our College,we went to claim, is not merely an addition of another number in the list of colleges in the district of Birbhum under the University of Burdwon. What we dream is that our students will acquire not degrees only but will improve their inner potentials also in order to contribute in the all round development of their contry and nation.