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Free & Half-Free Studentship :
The college grants free & half-free studentship annually to a limited of students. The concession is made strictly on the basis of merit-cum-poverty.
Following guidelines have been framed for award of Free / Half-Free Studentship :
a) For award of free & half-free studentship 45% marks must be obtained in the last examination.
b) Guardians income should not exceed 24,000/- per annum.
c) 5% relaxation in marks will be given to girl students and students whose guardian's income do not exceed 12,000/- per annum.
d) 50% of attendance in respective classes in must.

There is provision of various types of Scholarships and Stipends from the Government of West Bengal to provide financial aid to the S.C. / S.T. students, Ward of Biri Shramik (Labour Welfare), OBC Students, student belonging to Minority Communities, Physically Handicapped students (for General Category), Education Scholarship from D.P.I., W.B.

Student Aid Fund :
Application for students aid fund shall be made separately and aid will be given to those students only whose guardian's income do not exceed 24,000/- per annum.
Students Health Home :
Every student of the college can become a member of the Students' Health Home on payment of a nominal annual fee of 5/- (Rupees Five only). Students of the college are entitled to enjoy the following benefits from the Students' Health Home.
a) Free consultation with Medical Officers and specialists of all disciplines, viz. Eye, ENT, Surgery, Medicine, Skin, Orthopaedics, Gynaecology, Neurology, Psychiatry, Cardiology, Dental etc.
b) Medicines at a nominal cost.
c) X-Ray, Audiometry, Physio-Therapy, Spectacles, ECG and routine pathological tests at nominal cost. Holding of the College Identity Card is essential for any student to get the benefits for the Students' Health Home. For further information, students may contact Prof. Susanta Kumar Das of Evening Section of the college.

Student's Health Home : North Hooghly Regional Centre. Vivekananda Road, P.O. & Dist. Hooghly, 142/2, Acharya Jagadish Chandra Bose Road, Kolkata – 700 014.

National Cadet Corps (N.C.C.) :
The college runs a Senior Divison (Army Wing) company under 43 Bengal BN NCC of West Bengal & Sikkim Directorate. Major Susanta Kumar Das is the company commander. The main aim and objective of NCC is to develop character, discipline, leadership qualities, secular outlook, to make them better citizen and to provide employment in Armed Force.
Students of 1st year Degree Classes of both Boys and Girls are eligible for enrolment in NCC through proper selection trial. Preferences are generally given to JD NCC and sports man. Parade are generally held on Saturday and Holidays & also in weekdays. Attendance in camp and social service are compulsory. 33% of authorized strength is reserved for Girl Students. Eligible NCC cadets will appear in “B” and “C” Certificate Examination after completion of 2nd and 3rd year service NCC respectively.

National Service Scheme (N.S.S.) :
The college runs two NSS Units under the supervision of Dr. Uttam Paul and Dr. Ruma Ghosh of the College NSS Units involve itself in social work of different kind. The units serve various community development programmes including socio-economic survey of our adopted villages and organizes Blood Donation and Health Check-up Camp regularly. A unit of Red Ribbon Club is also formed by NSS volunteers & other students Participation of students in NSS activities is highly encourage and students may contact aforesaid teachers of the college for enrolment as NSS volunteers.
Every fortnight one class for each section has been allotted in the routine for familiarizing students with different programmes to be undertaken by NSS Units of the college. NSS Volunteers are required to attend these classes compulsory. Other students interested in NSS activities may also attend such classes.

Seminars, Lectures and Debates :
Seminars, Lectures, Debates and Discussions are organized from time to time in the college in which distinguished academicians and eminent personalities from outside as well as Students and Staffs of the college participate.

Students – Teacher Interaction :
Students – Teacher interaction in the form of “Face-to-Face” meetings are held in the college every year. In such meetings, students get opportunities to share their feelings regarding all round activities in the college. Efforts are made to solve their problems and give them better environment for learning.

Parent – Teachers Interaction :
Parents of students, particularly, Honours students are invited at least once in a year to share their opinions with the teachers. During such interactions, parents are usually given specific information by the teachers about their wards. Parents also give their suggestion about overall improvement of the academic and other activities of the college.

Grievance Redressal Cell :
A Grievance Redressal Cell have been constituted in the college which try as far as possible, to help students in solving their problem faced by them in the college. A committee consisting of some teachers, non-teaching staff and the general secretary, Students' Union looks after the functioning of the Cell. A box is kept in front of the Principal's Chamber where students may drop their letters containing details of their problems / grievances for consideration by the cell.

Career Counselling and Guidance Center :
In order to assist our students with proper guidance and counseling for development of their future prospects in life, a Career Counselling and Guidance Center has been established in the college. Different Career oriented magazines, newspapers, information booklets, are kept in the Center and students are encouraged to consult these materials. Experienced teachers offer their service as Counsellors. Special emphasis is given for encouraging students to various avenues of self-employment and the Officials from the District Industrial Centre are often invited for offering their guidance and suggestions in this regard.
It is our pleasure to announce that a long-term sustained plan has been undertaken for career development combined with Rural Development Institutions & Other Institutional linkage. We are thankful to University Grants Commission and Ministry of Food Processing Industries, Government of India as they give us opportunity to create a large community leading towards self employment & self sustenance. The college has successfully completed EDP sanctioned by MFPI, Govt. of India.

Anti-ragging Cell :
In compliance with the judgement of Hon'ble Supreme Court of India, an anti-ragging cell has been formed in our college to keep vigil in ensuring no incident of ragging in campus.

Prevention of Sexual Harassment Cell :
Our institution believes Education as tool of social change for correcting the accumulated distortions of the past and for achieving overall development of the students especially for women. To bring about this change a gender positive initiative to facilitate development and empowerment of students and for faculty, ca Cell for prevention of Sexual Harassment has been formed in our Institution following the UGC Guidelines to extend quality of opportunity and gender justice.

Value Education Classes :
With the mission to produce intellectually sound, morally upright and socially concerned students, who will be of service to Society and the Nation as a whole, Value Education Classes have been introduced in the college. One class fortnightly for each stream in each section of the college has been allotted in the General Routine. Teachings and writings of Swami Vivekananda, Sri Aurobinda and Gurudev Rabindranath constitute the main theme of instruction in Value Education Classes. Lives and Works of great philosophers, social reformers, scientists like Mahatma Gandhi, Karl Marks, V. I. Lenin, Michael Faraday and others are also discussed in the class.

Academic Calendars :
Academic Calendars containing course details in modular form for each stream of studies (both Honours & General) are distributed to every student at nominal cost during admission.

College Diary-cum-Calendar :
A college diary-cum-calendar for the Academic Session (1st July to 30th June) is distributed to every student during admission. The college diary-cum-calendar contain information regarding holidays, tentative dates of the Annual & Test Examination etc.

Progress Report :
Each student of the college is issued a printed Progress Report which contains information about the students' performance in Class Test Examinations of the College as well as percentage of attendance in classes. The student is required to return the Progress Report to the College after getting it duly signed by his / her guardian.

Non-formal Course :
In collaboration with the Institute of Computer Engineers (India), Sreegopal Banerjee College Computer Center established in 1995 offer 'O' Level course under accreditation from the Department of Electronics (DOE), Government of India. The Computer Center also offers CCC and other short-term courses. Detailed information of which may be obtained from the Centre-in-charge of the Computer Centre, located on the 2nd floor of the College building.

Common Room :
The college common room is a place for rest & recreation for the students. There are separate common room for Boys & Girls with provision for Indoor Games. The common room must not be used for any purpose that is likely to disturb the normal life & academic atmosphere of the college.
Common rooms will be kept open for use of students according to the following schedule :
09:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon : for Students of Morning Section
12:30 p.m. to 03:30 p.m. : for Students of Day Section
04:00 p.m. to 06:00 p.m. : for Students of Evening Section

College Magazine :
The college magazine is published annually by the Students' Union. Its is aimed at providing students opportunities for flowering of their creative thinking & talent. It is managed & edited by a Board of Editors consisting of members of the teaching staff & the students.

Wall Magazines :
Periodically Wall Magazines are brought out by different departments. Students are always encouraged to participate in such departmental endeavours.

Sports & Games :
Students' Union organizes Annual Sports (for Boys & Girls), Inter-class tournaments in various Indoor and Outdoor games like Football, Crickt, Table Tennis, Carrom etc. Students are encouraged to take part in various sports events at University, State and National levels. The college has good Football and Cricket teams. A good number of students from the college were selected for Inter-University Football and Cricket Tournaments for several years in the past.
The college has procured modern equipments for indoor and outdoor games. A multi-gym facility has been installed in the college for use of teachers and students against payment of nominal fee under guidance of a part-time Physical Trainer. In 2007-08, Inter-College Football (Men), Table Tennis (Men & Women) and Volley-Ball (Men) tournaments of Burdwan University have been organized successfully by our college. Our college bagged the champion's trophy of Inter-College Volley-Ball Tournaments this year.

Students' Union :
The Students' Union is a representative organization of students and consists of class representatives elected by students of the college.
General Secretary of the Students' Union is Ex-Officio Member of the Governing Body. Principal is the President of the Students' Union. The union extra-curricular activities e.g., Games & Sports, Indoor & Outdoor Competitions, Cultural & Social Functions, Students' Welfare etc.
The Students' Union aims at developing a sense of corporate life among students and training them up for duties of responsible citizens of the country.
All students of the college are members of the union.

Bi-Cycle Shed :
Bi-Cycle and Mopeds / Scooter / Motor-Cycle properly locked must be kept in the Bi-Cycle Stand and must not be parked in the corridors of the college. The token system has been introduced and every commuter has to pay the rate fixed from time to time. Under no circumstances, the college would bear any liability for loss / damage of any vehicle.

College Medical Centre :
The College Medical Center which is not running at present will be re-opened very soon. Detailed information can be obtained from the office of the Students' Union.

The Sreegopal Banerjee College
Magra, Hooghly
West Bengal, India

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