Brahmananda Keshab Chandra College, established in 1956, is an undergraduate college in Kolkata. It was named after the nineteenth century social reformer Keshab Chandra Sen. The college is affiliated to the West Bengal State University and situated on seven acres of land, near the Indian Statistical Institute and at north-west corner of a lake. The College believes in the idea that education does not consist in mere learning, but involves fostering a sense of social responsibility among its students, the future pioneers of social change.
Extra Curricular Activities
Educational Excursions - The students attended educational excursion held at Orissa, Sikkim, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Gujarat, Uttaranchal and many places of North East region.
Lekhamanjari - The college publishes an annual magazine, 'Lekhamanjari' each year. It showcases the literary and artistic reflections of the students who contribute their essays, short stories, poems, travelogue and drawings.
All the classrooms are well furnished with all modern facilities.
Most of the departments of the college possess L.C.D. projectors and laptops for ICT mode of teaching.
The college is provided with well-equipped laboratories with latest equipments.
The college Library has a collection of about 30,000 books. The college also subscribes to a number of journals and periodicals.
The College has a unique possession of a foreign-made telescope, which is fitted at the roof for the purpose of astronomical events organized throughout the year.
The college awards prizes every year to meritorious student and to students who excel in cultural activities and sports.