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  • Dumkal College,
    Basantapur Murshidabad,
    West Bengal Pin - 742406
  • (03481) 230770

HELP LINE : 03481-230722 (From 11 a.m To 3 p.m. Except Holidays)

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  • National Service Scheme
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Welcome to Dumkal College


Dumkal College was founded on 21st September, 1999 after the inspection of University of Kalyani (vide memo No. RPS/Aff.College/110/117/99 dated 24th June 1999) and by UGC (vide memo No. F.8-171/2000 (CPP.1) dated 11th July 2002) under section 2(1) 12 (B) of the UGC Act 1956- inclusion of new college and this college has received the permission for continuing its courses under bachelor degree as Non-Govt./ Govt. aided college and thus It is affiliated to the University of Kalyani since its inception.

The college starts its functioning with a handful of students initiating their classes in B.T. High School, Dumkal. However, today’s picture is one of complete transformations. It is a co-education college and it is the only institution within the locality which ran from the very beginning with all three streams-Arts, Science and Commerce.

Struggle is still there-but it is no more a simple struggle for survival rather a content Endeavour to attain excellence.

From The Desk of Teacher In Charge

After the retirement of Dr. Anuradha Sengupta on superannuation from the post of Principal on 31st May, 2016, I was entrusted by the Governing Body with the responsibility of Teacher-in-Charge from the following day on 1st June, 2016. I felt it to be an immensely pleasing privilege to bear the yoke of institutional headship following the footsteps of our former Principal.

Though Dumkal is a backward border minority dominated area in the district of Murshidabad, West Bengal, where the physical facilities are not sufficient in comparison with other colleges in different cities, we have always been endeavouring to overcome the deficiencies with active dedication to and positive enthusiasm for its betterment. Almost 90 percent people in this area are of Muslim community and we feel it a challenge to inspire and facilitate the 1st generation students with proper guidance and up-to-date educational mechanism to discover their latent potentialities. What is most heartening is the increasing influx of Muslim/backward girls and we are committed to lead them to the appropriate track for a better future.

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