AIMS AND OBJECTIVES

The Residential College endeavours to educate young men in its charge according to the best traditions of the country while instructing them in modern arts and sciences. In other words it also attends to their overall growth and development so that they may become strong and healthy individuals with sound moral principles, learn to respect higher values of life and become conscious of their obligations to the poor masses around them. It does all this and much else besides, not only by instruction but also by involving the inmates in a series of well-planned activities. This creates an elevating experience for the students.

Vivekananda Centre for Research

Ramakrishna Mission Residential College (Autonomous), Narendrapur is a recognised research centre under University of Calcutta (vide Syndicate Resolution No. Permission/690/UCAC/ C.U. dt. 14.05.2015). The University of Calcutta has granted Ramakrishna Mission Residential College (Autonomous), Narendrapur the permission to start Vivekananda Centre for Research to conduct M.Phil/ Ph.D courses from the academic session 2015-16 (vide letter No. Permission/690/UCAC/C.U. date 14.05.2015) . The Institution has the requisite infrastructure to conduct Post-Doctoral Research work also.

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College in INDIA, 2020

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Library resources

Ramakrishna Mission Residential College (Autonomous), Narendrapur library has a large and rich collection of textbooks, curriculum enrichment materials, reference books, journals, magazines and other documents. At present, total number of books accessioned is approximately 90061. Total number of subscribed and purchased printed journals and magazines is 39. The library makes 7 newspapers accessible to the users for current affairs. In addition to the above, the library subscribes to the N-List programme of INFLIBNET wherein the users i.e. both students and staffs can access e-journals and e-books of different publishers or sponsoring bodies from anywhere and anytime. The users are provided with individual login ids and passwords for that purpose. The library has a comprehensive collection of religious books including Vedas, Gitas, Upanishadas, Mahabharata, books on Sri Ramakrishna, Swami Vivekananda, Sarada Devi, Sister Nivedita, and so on. A great percentage of the total collection is text books and curriculum enrichment materials to meet the need of the parent body i.e. the college.

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