North Kolkata's Seth Anandram Jaipuria College is renowned for its immensity. One of the rare colleges in West Bengal that runs in three shifts and serves the science, arts, and commerce streams with more than 5000 students and more than 200 instructors and non-teaching staff. It is housed in one of the large buildings of the former Shovabazar Rajbari. It has 18 laboratories, a free WiFi zone, a gym, an audio-visual room, smart classes, a library and reading room, and a boardroom. Although there isn't much greenery, there is well-kept grass and a few lengths of garden.With the RUSA (Rashtriya Uchchattar Shiksha Abhiyan) funding of Rs. 1,75,83,333.00, work is taking place to add two elevators with capacities of 10 and 16 passengers, encourage vertical building expansion, and utilise alternative energy sources through solar panels on the roof. The institution, which was founded in 1945 and officially opened by Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru on December 22, has come a long way on its journey to becoming 75 in 2020. As a contribution to higher education in pre-independence India, Padma Bhushan Seth Mangturam Jaipuria founded the institution in honour of his father, Seth Anandram Jaipuria. This year, the GPO in Kolkata wishes to honour this expedition by producing a commemorative stamp.
The "Mother Teresa International Award" has been given as the year's best college by the Mother Teresa International Award Committee. According to Edu World's ranking of the 100 best colleges in India (an ISO-certified education service provider based in Bangalore), Jaipuria College earned a proud position as the 55th best college in India and the 11th best in Kolkata (published in Education World, a Human Development Magazine, May 2020).
Our students have freedom and flexibility because of the variety of subjects available. There are three shifts of seven departments for B.Sc. (Honors), nine departments for B.A. (Honors), and nine departments for B.Com. (Honors). Commerce is the largest department, covering all three shifts and capable of accepting the most students. There are also general B.A. and general B.Com. courses offered in the morning and evening shifts, respectively.
All undergraduate courses are structured in the semester mode under CBCS, or Choice Based Credit System, introduced in 2018. It is primarily a student-centric effort supported by UGC that aims to standardise higher education across the nation and prepare students to compete on an equal footing with students from other states at the federal level. The programme offers a variety of subjects to choose from and is job-oriented and skill-enhancing. Attendance, tutorials, and internal assessment all receive marks, with strict and obligatory requirements in each case.
to make higher education easily accessible, with a variety of different streams and courses.
In order to maintain gender equality, three shifts are operated: a girls' section in the morning, a co-educational portion throughout the day, and a boys' section in the evening.
to encourage a mass-educational approach by including students from different castes, classes, and linguistic and intellectual backgrounds.
In order to place an equal emphasis on skill development and basic values.
To pursue individualised growth in a sustainable manner.
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