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Pravrajika Vedarupaprana, Principal
Dr. Chaiti Mitra, Associate Professor, Dept. of English
Pravarjika Amritarupaprana, Office-in-charge
Dr. Gargi Gangopadhyay, Assistant Professor, Dept. of English
Dr. Bidisha Chatterjee, Associate Professor, Dept. of Philosophy
Smt. Tanju Datta, Associate Professor, Dept. of Education
Dr. Anasua Chatterjee, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Sociology
Smt. Parama Sarkhel, Librarian
Dr. Sudakshina Gupta, Professor, Dept. Of Economics, Calcutta University
Sri. Kalyan Kumar Nandi, Ex Senior Accounts Officer, Govt. of India
Sri Debashish Saha, Industrialist
Smt. Arunima Kumar, (Alumni Representative)
Smt. Madhurima Bairagi, English Hons, II yr (Student Representative)
IQAC Formation 1 (2017 to 2019)
IQAC Formation 2 (2019 to 2020)
IQAC Formation 3 (2020 to 2022)
The VISION of the college is to fulfill Swami Vivekananda’s dream of an ideal nation steered by empowered women - self reliant, responsible, informed citizens who will act as harbingers of change. To give shape to this vision, the institution, with its legacy of leadership in the education and uplift of women, continually reaffirms its commitment to offer an academic and intellectual experience that foster independent thought and responsible action, as well as self learning and introspection. It recognizes the significance of integral and holistic education tempered with compassion, conscience and competence.

The stated MISSION of the college is:
1. To enable each student to develop her full intellectual potential through a focussed, yet extensive academic experience
2. To provide an active, unrestricted and enriching learning environment conducive to critical thinking and discernment
3. To offer students scope for vibrant co-curricular and extra-curricular activities leading toward holistic growth
4. To foster in students a sense of social responsibility and sensitization towards societal, ethical and environmental concerns, through participation in various outreach and welfare activities
5. To prepare students for the challenges of an increasingly competitive professional world by offering various opportunities for self growth and competence in new domains of knowledge and research through skill based and career oriented trainings
6. To foster in students a sense of tradition and culture, and an inclusive national identity that is secular and multicultural, through knowledge, respect and tolerance of all cultures and religions
7. To provide a value based and inclusive environment upholding core institutional values of unity, diversity, inclusiveness and humanism
8. And finally, to provide the training and confidence to students to emerge as leaders charged with new ideas and the capacity to make a difference.
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