A Government Aided Recognised Minority Educational Institution | Medium of instruction is English | Established & Run by Milli Educational Organisation | Estd: 1992
Affiliated to the University of Calcutta


The distinctiveness of Milli Al-Ameen College (For Girls) lies in its deep-rooted commitment to academic excellence, women empowerment, and community engagement. Through its rich history, focus on women's upliftment, and innovative initiatives, the college continues to inspire and empower generations of students to make meaningful contributions to society while preserving and celebrating its cultural heritage and belongingness to local roots.    

The very foundation of Milli Al-Ameen College (For Girls) rests on a fortified ground of communal harmony and a pressing yearning to introduce the disparaged, underprivileged girls of the local community to formal education. The dream, the vision was shared by people across communities, and ethnic boundaries. The land, on which this college stands tall, was obtained from the pioneer physician and scientist, Dr. Upendranath Brahmachari, who is renowned for having invented the antidote to quartan fever.  A stalwart figure, who was the first Indian to be nominated for the Nobel Prize, came forward in this collective march for the emancipation of young women. Though he was offered far better prices, he chose to sell this land off way cheaper to the Milli Organization, only because he, too, wanted to contribute and leave behind an indelible impression in this noble social endeavor. Every nook and corner of this college is shrouded in a rich tapestry of cultural history. Not only was the land handed down from an illustrious personality, the foundation stone of the College building was also laid by an equally exalted personage. The foundation was laid on March 19, 1984 by the internationally acclaimed Islamic theologist and scholar, Hazrat Maulana Syed Abdul Hasan Ali Nadvi.

As part of our commitment to community engagement and preserving local heritage, the College has initiated conducting local ethnographic survey studies. These studies delve into the cultural, social, and economic fabric of our surrounding areas, providing valuable insights into the lives and traditions of local communities. By documenting and studying these aspects, the College aims to contribute to the preservation and appreciation of our rich cultural heritage. Through interviews, storytelling sessions, our aim is to capture the narratives of elders and community members, ensuring that their voices and experiences are passed down to future generations. Our institution has constructed a College Museum, which serves as a repository of local ward culture, history, and ethnography. A focal point of cultural preservation and education, the museum showcases the vibrant heritage of our region. It serves as a valuable educational resource for students, researchers, and members of the community, further enhancing our commitment to celebrating and preserving our cultural identity. Herein, is the distinctiveness of this College.