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

Best Practices

Best Practice I:


 Enroute Economic Emancipation


Keeping in view the motto (To Enlighten, To Empower, To Enrich), mission and vision, the College places an immense emphasis on tailoring the students according to the demands of the technologically-driven job-market. The College aims to explore the innate potential in students and to arrange for different entrepreneurial training. It also offer hands-on training for making handmade products as per their ability, interest and aptitude.

Our college fosters an entrepreneurial spirit by providing guidance and mentorship to students. Additionally, the college also provides Value-Added Courses for skill development and enables them to become “Atmanirbhar” and contribute towards “Viksit Bharat” in accordance with the vision of our nation. Students are encouraged to explore their business ideas and transform them into viable ventures such as makeup artistry, mehndi artistry, baking, tailoring, etc.

By providing a wide array of value-added courses, we hope to extend our students' perspectives and equip them to meet the demands of the working world.


Best Practice II

The Route to the Roots


As mentioned above, one of our best practices includes empowering women. In their flight to success, we strive to become the ‘wind beneath their wings’. But we are equally mindful of the fact that these young women, as they soar high, should not completely lose sight of the ground. The entire edifice of our cultural identity stands tall on the strength of our roots. We strongly believe in the necessity of exploring, acknowledging and preserving our history. Hence, is the need for creating a route to our roots. 

This initiative aims to raise awareness about the rich historical and cultural heritage of the locality, fostering a sense of appreciation for local roots among future generations. It strives to make our students understand and respect the idea of a pluralistic community. The enterprise also aims at upholding the notion that education is not an air-tight compartment restricted only to the erudite arena of the pen and paper. 

Students are therefore, encouraged to conduct surveys, and listen to oral narratives revolving around the community and their rich history, thereby initiating a rich cultural transaction with the people in the vicinity. The objective of this practice is to preserve invaluable memories, anecdotes, and narratives, that would have otherwise been lost into oblivion and also to help our students acknowledge the idea of cultural heterogeneity and the paramount need for cultural tolerance, mutual respect and communal harmony.