Founded in the year 1872, Vidyasagar College owes its origin to the Calcutta Training School, founded by Thakurdas Chakraborty in 1859.
Located on Amherst street (subsequently renamed Raja Rammohan Roy Sarani), City College, one of the heritage institutions of Calcutta, was established in 1881.
Bethune College owes its origin to the Hindu Female School, established by John Elliot Drinkwater Bethune in 1849, as the first school for girls in Calcutta.
St Paul’s Cathedral Mission College, popularly known as St Paul’s College, is located at 33/1 Amherst Street (Renamed Raja Rammohan Roy Sarani), very near t ...
Founded in 1860 by Fr. Henri Depelchin and located in Calcutta at 30 Park Street, St. Xavier’s College is the second oldest of Jesuit Institutions in India.
Encompassed by a garden and a lawn, the Scottish Church College occupies a huge area of six acres and operates in seven buildings on two campuses.
Located on 1 Bankim Chatterjee Street, on the College Square and founded on 1 January 1824, Sanskrit College is one of the oldest educational institutions.
The Mahapathshala, the upper section of the Hindu College, was named Presidency College on 15 June 1854. Both Hindus and Muslims used to learn the language.
Located on Belgachia Road (renamed Khsudiram Bose Sarani), RG Kar Medical College & Hospital owes its origin to the Calcutta School of Medicine.
Popularly known as NRS Hospital, the Nil Ratan Sirkar Medical College & Hospital, located on AJC Bosu Road, very near to Sealdah Railway Station.
The Medical College and Hospital in Calcutta, known as Medical College, established in 1935 by William Bentinck, is the first medical college in India.
The Government of West Bengal renamed this institution as Seth Sukhlal Karnani Memorial (SSKM) Hospital in 1954, because Indra Kumar Karnani donated a Rs. 1 ...
The University of Calcutta, established on January 24 in 1857, is the first educational institution in Asia to be established as a secular.