Gokhale Memorial Girls' College a premier educational institution in Kolkata offers both general and career-oriented education which is a reflection of its moorings in traditional values coupled with a modern approach to both teaching and learning. The institution endeavours to bring about the all-round development of the students by encouraging self-expression to draw out their latent capabilities. The College was initially established as an extension of Gokhale Memorial Girls' School in 1938 by Sarala Ray, popularly known as Mrs. P. K. Ray, a great social reformer and educationist. It gradually emerged as one of the premier educational institutions in India in its own right, imparting quality education to women and making them worthy citizens of a progressive nation. Its 75 year journey from 1938 has seen countless young women performing successfully in different spheres of life. More...
Dr. Atashi Karpha
As you venture out into the world of higher education in liberal arts, let me introduce you to Gokhale Memorial Girls' College, a premier educational institution exclusively for women.
Located in the heart of the Kolkata city, the College offers a stimulating ambience for learning and caters to students from all over the city and its suburbs, irrespective of their socio-economic status. The College is affiliated to the University of Calcutta and aided by the University Grants Commission, New Delhi.
While the college provides a sound holistic education for its students, it continues to instill good moral values in them, empowering them to cope with the challenges of modern society and to become mature and responsible citizens. Since its inception in 1938, Gokhale Memorial Girls' College has forged ahead in the academic sphere with both its teachers and its students remaining true to the guiding motto, "What shall I do with that which does not give me immortality?"
Highly motivated and qualified faculty members constantly seek to enhance the teaching-learning process. Co-curricular activities complement the curriculum and help the students develop their inner talents and creativity. Intra-college competitions, sports and tournaments, cultural activities, literary activities, observances and social outreach activities provide a stimulating environment for all-round development of the students. They are encouraged to participate in seminars, workshops, exhibitions and educational tours.
In this college, we constantly embrace changes in order to keep pace with technological advancements that the present world is going through while retaining our core values. Several modern facilities are offered to help the student lead a comfortable and enjoyable 'college life'. A clean and fresh college premises is an essential feature that motivates students in developing good habits. The entire staff maintains a cordial relationship with the students. The College runs smoothly under the guidance of the Governing Body, independent of interference from any quarter.
It is with pride and pleasure that I state that, over the years there has been a continuous enhancement in the performance of students in the University examinations. Every year we have students topping the list of candidates in a subject or the other. I congratulate them all and wish them success in their future endeavors.
I also convey my best wishes to the new entrants and all senior students and urge them to uphold the code of conduct and the rules of discipline laid down in the College Prospectus and put up a good academic performance through hard-work. It is my sincere wish that they spend the most memorable years of their lives in this College.
On occasion of our Platinum Jubilee Celebration, I convey my sincere thanks to all the patrons, the faculty and staff, the members of the Governing Body, the students and the guardians for their whole-hearted support that has transformed this College into an esteemed institution.
All are welcome to the Re-Union and Annual Day Programme of Gokhale Memorial Girls' College to be held in the Sarala Ray Memorial Hall, on Sunday, 18/12/16 at 11.00 a.m.
All are welcome to the Re-union and Annual Day programme of Gokhale Memorial Girls' College to be held in Sarala Ray Memorial Hall on Sunday 18-12-16 at 11 a.m.
Students who look admission in 1st year in the academic session 2016-2017, but did not attend any class and had taken transfer to some other college before 22/08/2016 may apply for refund. Last date of application is 10/12/2016.
Gokhale Memorial Girls' College Alumni Association invites all its members to participate in Health Camp organised by the association for general health check-up and eye check-up on 18th November, 2016 from 12 noon to 5p.m. at Sarala Ray Memorial Community Hall. This is to commemorate the death anniversary of the founder Principal of the college Dr. S.E.Rani Ghosh.
Blood donation camp has been organized by Gokhale Memorial Girls' College on 18th November, from 12 noon in the college premise. Association members willing to donate blood are welcome.
Students who have applied for Hostel Accommodation at YWCA are requested to book their hostel seat immediately. Seats are limited. Admission on first come first served basis. Accommodation will not be guaranteed in case of delay.
TCS interview to be held on 27th May, 2016, Friday at 10 a.m. in LT2 & LT3. Bring CV with photo. All 3rd year students including those who have not attended the TCS training are eligible to appear for the interview.
Interview for Junior Research Analyst in a Research & Consultancy organization on Friday, 13 May, 12.30 pm in LT 2. Interested 3rd year students bring C.V.
B.A. & B.Sc. Part - I Language Group Examination Admit Card will be distributed on 28/02/2017 (February) .
B.A. - 28/2/17 - at 11.00am to 1.00pm (LT-2)
B.SC.- 28/2/17 - at 2.00 pm to 4.00pm(LT2)
2nd year Computer examination will be held on Tuesday, 28th February as per the following schedule in the College Computer Centre
Sucheta Mondal - 9.30 a.m.
Debadipta Moitra -9.30 a.m.
B.A. /B.Sc. (Hons. & Major, Part I) ENGC and MIL examination will be held on 03/03/17. No 1st year classes will be held from 27/02/17 to 02/03/17. Regular classes will be resumed from 06/03/17.
2nd year classes are dissolved. Willing departments may arrange for supplementary classes if required.
The following BA/BSC Part II students will have to appear for the Supplementary examination, 2017 to be held according to the following schedule. View Schedule...
The schedule date for Form fill up of B.A./B.Sc. Part-II (Honours /Major & General) Examination will be announced later.
The Practical Examination for Paper IB for the first year students of the Department of Communicative English will be held on 25/02/17 in Room No. 9A from 11.00 am onwards.
A Mock Test (Paper-IV) for Political Science (Honours) students of the 2nd year will be held on 23/02/17, Thursday from 11.30 a.m.
The following students are hereby notified to bring their guardians to meet their respective department on 22nd February 2017 at 12.30 pm. (HISA) and 3pm (MTMA). View Details...
B.A./ B.Sc. Part - I Supplementary Examination 2016 form fill-up will be held on 04/03/17 from 11.00 a.m. to 12.00 pm LT4.
Students please bring photo copy of all results, registration certificate, admit card with 2 copy passport size photograph and also the following sum of amount. View Details...
Students may apply for re-examination (review) for two General paper portion of paper according to the existing re-examination regulations and also seek photocopies of answer scripts of General paper of B.A./B.Sc. Part-I Examination 2016. View Details...
Mark sheets will be distributed to B.A/B.Sc. Part - I, Hons & Major Students on Wednesday 22nd February (11.30 am to 1.00 pm
for B.A.) & Thursday 23rd February (11.30 am to 1.00 pm for B.Sc.) from office 2.
Students should carry their admit cards with them.
2nd year (Hons./Major/General) classes will not be held on 17/02/17 and 18/02/17. Students are requested to consult their respective Departments for their special routine in Honours classes from 20/02/17 to 25/02/17.
The department of Physics will hold supplementary practical classes in Physics Laboratory from 17/02/17 to 07/03/17 for 3rd year Physics Honours students according to the following schedule: View Details...
A Parent Teacher meeting for the 3rd year Physics Honours students will be held on 16.02.2017, Thursday, from 11.30 a.m. in the Department.
All B.A./B.Sc. Honours & Major 1st year students are hereby informed to see the 1st year Selection Test schedule, which will be started from
1st year Honours, Major & General Classes will not be held from 13/02/17 to 16/02/17 as study leave for their Selection Test Examination. Classes as per schedule will resume from 27/02/17.
3 CMEV & 3 ASPV computer examination will be held on Friday, 10/02/17. Students should report at 10.30 a.m. in room no. 9.
A Parent Teacher meeting for the 2nd year BNGA students will be held on 10.02.2017, Friday, from 1.30 p.m.
B.A. & B.Sc. Part-II Supplementary Examination Admit Card will be distributed on 8/2/2017 (Wednesday) from Office - 2, between 11 am to 1 pm.
Mock Test on Paper - VI, Module - 3.4, for 3rd Year Psychology Honours students will be held in the Department of Psychology according to the following schedule. View schedule .
Part-I Practical Selection Test 2017, for 1st year CNDV students will be held in Department according to the following schedule: View schedule .
Students those who want to apply for Kanyashree Prakalpa, are requested to meet Mr. Newtan Biswas, Dept. of Education or Smt. Reba Bhattacharya Dept. of Sanskrit within 9th February, 2017, with all documents. New applicant must bring proof of not applying for KP from the previous institution with reason.
For upgradation candidate they must bring the KP Transfer Certificate from the previous institution.
For eligibility criteria and other information visit Kanyashree Prakalpa website: www.wbkanyashree.gov.in .
A Parent Teacher meeting for the 2nd year EDCA students will be held on 15.02.2017, Wednesday, from 12.45 a.m.
First and Second Year Class Representatives of all departments are requested to assemble at LT1 on Friday, 10 February at 2 pm sharp for a Students' Welfare Subcommittee meeting.
All students of 2nd year Honours/Major/General are requested to submit their Library Books (Book Bank, Departmental & Central) positively by Saturday, 18.02.2017.
A Legal Literacy Awareness Camp, to educate staff and students on their actual rights, will be held on 7th February, 2017 from 2.45 pm in LT2 & LT3.
Topic of Discussion:-
2nd Year students are requested to be present in the venue by 2.35 pm.
Part-I Selection Test 2017 - Practical, for 1st year Physics Honours students will be held in the Department of Physics according to the following schedule: View Details...
No Practical (Hons. & Gen.) classes in the department will be held on those days.
Remedial classes for 3rd Year Psychology Honours students will be held according to the following schedule.
Date : 7.2.17 Time : 3.20 pm - 4.50 pm
Room No.: PL-2
Date : 10.2.17 Time : 3.20 pm - 4.50 pm
Room No.: PL-2
A Parent Teacher meeting for the 2nd year PLSA students will be held on 07.02.2017, Tuesday, from 11.30 a.m.
A mock test of 4 hours duration will be held for Third year Political Science Honours students according to the following schedule: View Details...
The Mock Test for Third Year Political Science Honours students has been postponed to 7th February Paper VI, 24th February Paper VII and 28th February Paper VIII 2017.
College will remain closed on 01/02/17 & 02/02/17 on account of Saraswati Puja.
Mock Test for 3rd year Philosophy Honours will be held on 03/02/17 (Paper V & VI) and 06/02/17 (Paper VII & VIII) from 10.00 a.m. to 2.00 p.m.
A special Lecture on "Prayogvaad ki Prasangikta" by Dr. Munni Gupta of Presidency University,
Kolkata will be held on 9-2-2017, Thursday at 2:30 pm. in Room No. in LT2.
All are cordially invited.
Students of Part III B.A. & B.Sc. (Hons., Major & General) are requested to fill up their online form from 30/01/17 to 07/02/17. After online submission students are requested to submit their filled in forms and deposit the requisite fees according to the following schedule: View Details...
All 1st Year classes (Hons. & General) will remain suspended on 31/01/2017 from 9.45 am to 12 noon due to the Counselling Session with Dr. Nilanjana Sanyal.
Our college will organize an Admission Counselling session for admission to top Universities of the World in association with JamboreeTM on 31st of January, 2017 in Room no. LT2 & LT3.
All 2nd year students are requested to attend
this session according to the following schedule.
1st & 3rd year interested students may also attend. View Details...
A Parent - teacher meeting will be held in the Departments of English and Communicative English on 04/02/17, Saturday. The Guardians of all First year students of both departments are requested to be present from 1.00 pm onwards in Room No. 8.
A mock test of 4 hours duration (11am- 3pm) will be held for Third year Hindi Honours students on 03/02/17, Friday at S4 on Papers 5 & 7 (50 marks each). On Thursday, 09/02/17 a similar test of 50 marks will be taken at S4, 11 am - 1pm on Paper 6.
A special lecture on the occasion of 'The World AIDS Day' will be held on 3rd December, 2016 in Room No. LT2 and LT3 at 12.30 p.m. All the college students including NSS volunteers should attend the seminar on that day.
An Awareness Lecture on Voluntary Blood Donation was held on 5th November, 2016 at 1.30 p.m. Mr. Debabrata Roy, from Association of Voluntary Blood Donors, West Bengal delivered the lecture.
Student, Teachers & non teaching staffs were present in the aforesaid Awareness Lecture. View Gallery
The English Department of the College will be hosting a Special Lecture on HOW TO READ A POEM by Dr. Subir Dhar, Professor, Department of English, Rabindra Bharati University at 2.00 p.m. on 22/09/16 in LT2 & LT3. Dr. Dhar is also Director, School of Languages and Culture and Director, Tagore-Gandhi Centre in Rabindra Bharati University.
All are welcome.
Gokhale Memorial Girls' College Alumni Association cordially invites you to "MOHONA 2016" - a fete cum exhibition featuring products of the organizations working to support the Socially marginalized, Physically & mentally disabled & the underprivileged members of the society.
Join us along with your friends & family on the 23/09/16 from 1.30 p.m. till 7.00 p.m. at Sarala Ray Memorial Hall. We look forward for your kind support.
Topic: From Race to Ethnic Group an anthropological Journey.
2nd Annual Satyendra Prasanna Mukherjee Memorial Lecture will be held on 27/09/16 at 2.00 p.m.
Speaker: Dr. Subha Ray, Department of Anthropology, University of Calcutta.
A Week Long Library Orientation Program for 1st Year Students, conducted at College Library from 25/07/2016 to 29/07/2016 .