STUDENT SUPPORT

A. Prizes, Grants and Scholarships

  • Merit and Merit-cum-Means scholarships.
  • Special stipends for SC/ST/OBC and Minority students with the help of UGC grant.
  • Annual prizes, awarded annually at the time of the Annual Function, for both academic and extra-curricular activities.

Financial Assistance
The following schemes, grants and donations are available for deserving students:

GOVERNMENT

  1. Govt. of India, Ministry of Labour& Employment
  2. West Bengal Minorities Development & Finance Corporation
  3. Government of West Bengal Education Directorate (Scholarship & Stipend Section)
  4. Kanyashree Scholarship, Government of West Bengal
  5. SC/ST Scholarship

OTHER SCHOLARSHIPS

  1. Ramakrishna Mission Institute of Culture
  2. Sarada Scholarship, Sri Sarada Math
  3. Bengal Culture Society, USA
  4. SheelaKanoria Scholarship

In addition, the Institution receives donations from a host of well-wishers (including past and present teachers and alumni) to support and encourage students. The Students’ Welfare Committee, a unit of the RKSMVV Teachers’ Council, also has a Students’ Welfare Fund specially set up to support students’ needs.

B. Medical Facilities

Medical assistance to students is given at three levels

  1. Through regular Health Awareness and Check-up Camps conducted byRamakrishna Sarada Mission MatriBhavan, a premier city hospital for women:
  • Medical checkup and blood group identification for all first year students is conducted at the beginning of every academic year.
  • Breast cancer and Thalassemia awareness and detection programmes are also held annually.

  1. Through Health Card for students entitling them to free or highly subsidized medical facilities at MatriBhavan:

For a payment of Rs. 200 per year, each student is provided with a Health Card with which she can avail of:

    • Free OPD treatments (except medicine).
    • Free pathological investigations.
    • Free radiological investigations.
    • 50% discount on total billing for indoor admission, except medicines.
  1. The Institution also runs a charitable Homoeopathy Dispensary attended by two visiting doctors every week. Free diagnosis and medicines are available to students as well as women and children from the neighbourhood.

The hostel has a sick room and a doctor on call for medical emergencies. First Aid facilities are readily available both in the College and in the Hostel.

4. Counselling
Faculty members are available to students for academic and personal counselling.
Since 2009, the College has been organising periodic counselling for students (individually and collectively) in collaboration with the Centre for Counselling Services and Studies in Self-Development, Jadavpur University.

C. Mentoring
The Mentor-Ward system, introduced in 2014, has proved to be a very successful method that helps the students cope with their problems, as well as develop a bond with their college. All students are split up in small, mixed groups of 7-8 members, and assigned to a teacher-mentor who interacts with them at a close personal level. The mentor-mentee group meets at least once a month for an hour in a specific slot allotted in the time table; though the teacher-mentor is always available for individual meetings during college hours and beyond. This helps her monitor their academic and co-curricular performances, as well as mentor and support them throughout their stay in the College. The teacher-mentor also acts as a counsellor to her wards.

UG COURSES

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PG COURSES

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Other Courses

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UGC NET Coaching

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