Reaccredited at the 'A' Level by National Assessment and Accreditation Council
(Cycle 2), 2016. Accreditation score : 3.07
Ramakrishna Sarada Mission Vivekananda Vidyabhavan, a partly residential degree college for women was the first educational institution started by the Ramakrishna Sarada Mission. It came into existence in 1961 as a humble effort to carry out Swami Vivekananda's ideals of education among women.
The college today stands among the premier women's institutions of the state. The college provides a peaceful academic environment, ideal for pursuit of studies. Here the students are placed under the direct supervision and care of the dedicated monastic members of Sri Sarada Math and Mission, and fulltime employed teachers. The college works toward creating an ideal society based on the principles of equality, freedom, justice, tolerance and respect for religious diversity and moral values, emphasized in the Constitution of India.Read more
From the Principal's Desk
"The uplift of the woman, the awakening of the mass, must come first and then only can any real good come about for the country, for India." felt Swami Vivekananda. Ramakrishna Sarada Mission Vivekananda Vidyabhavan was established by the Ramakrishna Sarada Mission in 1961 with the aim of fostering higher education among women along the ideals of Swami Vivekananda.
Education, according to Swamiji, is not the amount of information that is put into one's brain and, undigested, runs riot there. In his opinion, the balanced combination of secular and spiritual training constitutes the true economics of education.More Info
Aims and Objectives
Ramamkrishna Sarada Mission Vivekananda Vidyabhavan is founded on the ideals of Swamiji, who famously observed, "It is not possible for a bird to fly on only one wing". He believed that society cannot progress depending on men alone. It has to harness female power too. The college, founded on the vision of Swami Vivekananda, marks a bold departure from the existing pattern of educational institutions.More Info
P.G. Admission open
P.G. in Philosophy Admission 2nd Phase
Online forms available from 14th June 2018 onwards
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3rd Phase Online Forms for 6 semester B.A./B.Sc. Honours & General Courses of studies under Choice Based Credit System (CBCS), will be available from 4th Jul 2018
English Honours Admission Test : 9th July 2018, 12 Noon - 1:00 pm
College Prospectus :
Dated: 07 July 2018
Notice for B.A./B.SC. 1st Year students
First Year classes will start from 9th July, 2018
Dated: 29 June 2018
University ENVS Examination : University ENVS Examination
University ENVS Examination will be held on 06/07/2018 at College. B.A & B.Sc Part I students are requested to bring their Admit Card & Registration Certificate & should be present at 11.30 a.m & 1.30 p.m respectively.
B.A Students : Time 12.00 -
B.Sc. Students : Time 2 P.M - 3 P.M.
Dated: 20 June 2018
Result of B.A / B.Sc part III Exam, 2018
Appeared : 93,
1st class : 20 (Bengali-2, Education-7, English-1, History-1, Philosophy-6 & Sanskrit-3 )
2nd class : 70,
Pass div. : 2
Result yet not declared : 1
B.Sc. Economics Hons.
Appeared : 1 , 1st class : 1
Dated: 10 June 2018
B.A. Part II Practical Examinations
B.A. Part II practical Examinations
will be held on following dates :
13.06.2018 - HURG Time : 11 am
14.06.2018 - JORG Time : 11 am
14.06.2018 - PSYG Time : 11 am
14.06.2018 - GEOG Time : 10.30 am
Concerned students must bring admit card & registration certificate with them & be present at 10.30. a.m. (For GEOG at 10.15 am)
Dated: 10 June 2018
B.A./B.Sc. Part I students : attestation of their admit cards
The students are requested to come to
the College on following dates for
attestation of their admit cards.
13/06/2018 : BNGA, ECOA, EDCA, ENGA, HISA
14/06/2018 : PHIA, PLSA, SANA, SOCA & General
Time : In between 11 am to 12 pm
News and Events
Syllabus Workshop - Aspects of Teaching Early World History: From Pre-History to the Decline of Rome
The Department of History, West Bengal State University, and the Department of History, RKSM Vivekananda Vidyabhavan, are collaborating in organising a one day workshop on teaching CBCS History courses, with particular emphasis on Early World History. Specialists and teachers of Pre-History, Mesopotamian, Greek and Roman History have been invited as resource persons.
Venue: Muktiprana Sabhagriha, RKSM
Date: 10th August 2018.
Registration: Rs. 250/-
Confirmation of participation by 31 July will be appreciated to ensure adequate preparation.
Participation certificates will be issued.
Contact: Email : email@example.com
• Soma Marik - 9903117727
• Panchali Majumdar - 9433172693
• Sunetra Mitra - 9433089277
• Sheli Dutta - 8282955258
• Maitrayee Sarkar - 8240307644
Write or call for full programme.
Two day International Seminar
Department of Education, West Bengal State University, in collaboration with Department of Education, RKSMVV and Byanjanbarna Foundation, Kolkata is going to organise a Two day International Seminar titled Reflections of Childhood and Adolescence in Literature, Culture and Psychology at Muktiprana Sabhagriha, RKSMVV, on 26th & 27th July, 2018, from 10.30am to 5.30pm.
Abstract submission: 20th July
Acceptance email: 25th July
Selected papers will be published with ISBN number.
Dated: 15 May 2016
College Dress Code
From 2016 onwards, students can choose to wear either Sari or Salwar Kameez with Dupatta (available at selected stores).