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Address: P.O: Nandigram, Dist - Purba Medinipur,
West Bengal, INDIA, Pin - 721631
Phone: (03224) 232494 (Principal) / 232295 (Office)
Sitananda College came to its existence as a result of the collective effort of common people living in Nandigram and its vicinity immediate after the independence. It originates as an inevitable outcome of the hopes and aspirations of people belonging to all sections of the society irrespective of caste, creed, community and religious groups. They felt the necessity of an institute of higher education for the building intellectual spreading the light of knowledge among common people to build up a healthy and progressive society. As it happened, some people came forward to spearhead the movement to give it a concrete shape. Under the leadership of the intellectuals having broad humanitarian outlook and an immense love for the people, the dreams came true with the establishment of the Alma Mater. But the eminent intellectuals whose enthusiasm and far-sightedness gave the movement a driving force were persons like Dr.P.K.Bhowmick, a distinguished anthropologists of international repute, Dr.B.N.Chandra and Bhopal Chandra Panda. The educationists, humanists and intellectuals of Nandigram came forward with their noble mission and common people, both rich and the poor extend their helping hands.
The goal of this institution is to make quality education and prepare competent students for society - national and international. As an institution of higher education our objective is to inculcate enthusiasm and motivation in the students so that they can discover the right path ahead to elevate their moral values. Our object is also to make the students a responsible citizen who will play constructive role in the building of our nation by learning democratic values, building moral character, developing dignity of human soul and fighting against all sorts of evils, oppression, tyranny and injustice. Moreover the institution is committed to provide quality education to the students to fulfil the national and international demands. All these are reflected well in teaching and overall activities of the institution. The teaching-learning community of the institution is committed to the following aims and objectives :
Fresh applications are invited from the eligible candidates in the following subject: Mathematics No. of Posts : 2 Post Category† : Guest Eligibility criteria : At least 55% in M.Sc. (NET/SLET preferable)
Interested candidates should submit an application in hard copy along with bio-data to the Teacher in Charge in the College Office, by 22/07/2017 within college working hours.
† The posts are purely temporary.
Courses: A Centre for study in Honours and General Courses at the Undergraduate level.Honours Course offered in 12 subjects: Bengali, English, History, Political Science, Sanskrit, Education, Anthropology, Zoology, Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics, Geography. General Course in 15 subjects: Physics, Chemistry, Botany, Nutrition, Zoology, Mathematics, English, Bengali, History, Philosophy, Political Science, Sanskrit, Geography, Antropology, Education and Nutrition.
Academic Activities: Routine class work, Class Tests, Seminars, Group Discussions, Periodical Tests and Internal Assessments held regularly.
The College has a democratically elected Students’ Union. The representatives of the Students’ Union are duly elected annually before Puja Vacation from and by the students of the college with active cooperation from the Principal / Teacher-In-Charge and the teachers. The Union plays a crucial role in promoting educational, social, culture and political interests among the students. It helps the administration to maintain peace and discipline in the college by maintaining coordination among students and teaching and non teaching staff. A separate Union Office is there inside the college.
The former students of the college have come together to form the Alumni Association of the College- ‘PRAKTANI’. The objectives of the association are as follows:
Attendance. Students falling short of 75% attendance shall not be allowed for the University examinations at the end of the year or session.
Mobile Phone is strictly prohibited in classrooms, library, and laboratory. Please ensure you have your mobile phone switched off when attending any session.
No Ragging. Any Student found involved in ragging either in the college premise or in the hostel will face immediate expulsion from the college as per order of Supreme Court.