|NAAC Peer Team Visit on 10/08/2017 & 11/08/2017
All are cordially Welcome
Gobinda Prasad Mahavidyalaya was established in 1985 to pay homage to the sacred memory of Late Gobinda Prasad Singha, an eminent freedom fighter and social worker of Bankura District, with a noble purpose of extending higher education among the poor and backward people of the locality.The college was granted temporary affiliation by the University of Burdwan on 20.09.1985 which approved its permanent affiliation on 30.08.1988.
The college was included under section 2(f) of the UGC Act, 1956 on 22.08.1989 and was duly registered under section 12(B) of the UGC Act, 1956 on 22.08.1989.
- To promote a congenial and eco-friendly environment within the precincts of the college.
- The College websitewww.gpmbankura.in gives adequate information about the functioning of the college. Moreover the college publishes a prospectus wherein lies the detailed academic chores.
- Activities planned by the Students’ Union, Faculty, Staff are well connected towards promoting healthy aura and brings about socio-economic changes in and around the nearest vicinity.
- To reach to the mass thereby enlightening the deprived sections of the society, the first generations learners.
- To minimize the number of drop-outs and to bring them to the mainstream of academics by trying to address their problems especially the girl students.
- Gobinda Prasad College is an outcome of the pains and sacrifices undertaken by the revolutionary Gobinda Singha and taking this in regard the college aspires to achieve the highest with limited members and resources.
- The College aspires to evolve as centre of Academic excellence and research.
- The College aims to provide employment to maximum number of students by extending support of all kinds from different directions.
- The College ensures personality development of the students by teaching them right skills, improving their leadership qualities and exposing them to latest global challenges.
- The college gives special emphasis on the deprived sections of the society who form the bulk of it by rendering them with adequate materials, resources and moral support.
- To facilitate optimum use of internal resources and infrastructural facilities for academic growth and sustainable development.
- To promote and deliver inclusive growth in all sectors of higher education departments.