Gokhale Memorial Girls' College
1/1 Harish Mukherjee Road, Kolkata-700020
NAAC ACCREDITED

 

College Hours

9.30 a.m. - 4:35 p.m. : Monday – Friday
9: 30 a.m. - 2:15 p.m. : Saturday

  • Practical classes may continue beyond normal college hours.
  • Some classes may commence at 8.45 a.m.
  • Some classes may be held after 2.15 p.m. on Saturdays
  • The College Library will remain open from 10.00 am to 5.00 pm (Monday – Friday and from10.00 to 1.30 pm on Saturday.
     


Brief History

Gokhale Memorial Girls' College, KolkataEstablished in 1938 as an extension of Gokhale Memorial Girls’ School, Gokhale Memorial Girls’ College has emerged today as one of the premier educational institutions in the eastern part of India in its own right, offering state-of-the art quality education to countless aspiring female students. Sarala Ray, popularly known as Mrs. P. K. Ray, a great social reformer and educationist, founded the Gokhale Memorial Girls’ School in 1920. One of the first Indian women to acquire a University degree, Sarala Ray’s primary objective was not merely to churn out women graduates but to train women so as to develop their thoughts and ideals as right citizens, capable home builders and conscientious workers.

 

This institution has been named after Gopal Krishna Gokhale, a distinguished teacher, educationist and freedom fighter. Sarala Ray was greatly inspired by his educational aspirations especially for women. The Institution was founded as a memorial to Gokhale, the great patriot of India, to serve the cause of education of girls in the country.

Dr. S. E. Rani Ghosh was the first Principal of the School and College. She founded the College and served it from its inception in 1938 till her death on 18th November 1961. A true educationist, she nurtured the Institution from an Intermediate College of Arts and Science to a Three Year Degree College. Under her guidance, the Institution gained a wide reputation and lived up to the expectations of Gokhale and Sarala Ray.

Gokhale Memorial Girls’ College is the first college to be affiliated to teach Psychology by the Calcutta University in 1957 in the Three Year Degree Course.

The college gradually expanded and its affiliation was extended to teach various Honours subjects.



V
ision & Mission

The vision of Gokhale Memorial Girls’ College is:

To carry forward its founder’s vision of development and empowerment of women through education that fosters knowledge and skills, promotes values of equality, secularism and national integration, moulds character through discipline and rigour and creates an open mind capable of assimilating the best traditions of the East and the West. The mission statements of Gokhale Memorial Girls’ College aim at translating its vision into action plans:

  • To stimulate the academic environment of the Institution for promotion of quality in teaching-learning.
     
  • To maintain balance between education that promotes knowledge per se and training that imparts skills for employability.
     
  • To broaden the base of women’s education in keeping with the framework of a pluralistic society.
     
  • To inculcate among the students egalitarian, secular and non-parochial values in addition to the core values of honesty and discipline and also a spirit of social work.
     
  • To promote all-round development of girls through cultivating their sensibility to beauty, harmony, social justice and heritage.


Objectives

Dissemination of knowledge is the primary objective of the Institution. Within our limited scope we try to live up to the ideals of our founder to train our girls to be “right citizens” and conscientious workers by-

• Striving for academic excellence
• Placing emphasis on discipline
• Maintaining an environment that is conducive for development of values in accordance with the best traditions of the East and the West.

We solicit co-operation from the guardians and the students to help us in achieving these goals.



Unique Features

The College aims at all-round development of the personality of the students by trying to draw out their latent capabilities. With this aim in view, an annual cultural programme is held to showcase their talents. Further, intra-college competitions are held in music, dance, recitation, painting, etc. The College also undertakes a number of extension activities such as blood donation camps, nutrition awareness camps in slum areas etc. to inculcate social responsibility in students. There is a student welfare sub-committee to resolve student related issues. The forum enables the students to participate in development and student welfare activities of the College.

The College has a system whereby parents are intimated, if necessary, about their wards’ strengths and shortcomings.

Physical fitness is encouraged through badminton tournament and annual sports.

 

 

 

 

 

 
COLLEGE DETAILS
Brief History
Vision and Mission
Objective and Unique Features
Discipline and Code of Conduct
Members of the Governing Body
Courses Offered
Prizes
Students Assistance
College Calendar

 



 
 
 

 
 
 
 



 

 

 
 
 
 
 

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