In the year 1910, Bajeshibpur
B. K. Paul's Institution was established by Sri Buttokrishna Paul. Sri
Buttokrishna Paul was a Business man. In spite of a business man, he had a
great heart and he fond of Education. The land and the School Building at 16 Bajeshibpur Road, Howrah, was purchased and developed by the donation of
this great man.
16 Baje-shibpur Road, Howrah-711102, West Bengal, India.
Bijoy Krishna Girls'
College (NAAC (B ++) accredited College) celebrated its 60th
anniversary year in 2006-2007–which ironically coinsided with the 60th year
of Indian independence. It was indeed a bliss to be alive at the dawn of
independence in India on August 15, 1947. It was a heavenly experience also
to be young at that time, since the founder Principal, the Late Bijoy
Krishna Bhattacharya, along with some of his educationist friends realised
in every fibre of their being the paramount importance of higher education
among the young girls of the time. The college was founded on the first day
of August, 1947 with a view to satisfying the gradually increasing demand
for higher education among the girls of the district of Howrah. There is no
gainsaying the fact that the foresight of the Founder-Principal and his
enthusiastic friends bore fruit, with the passage of time, in the shape of
this largest girls’ college, not merely in India, but also in Asia
Located in the heart of the
city and just in the vicinity of Howrah station, the college is well
connected by train and bus routes. It is in close locational proximity with
the main hub of the cultural ebullience of the district. In view of its
geographical position, the college is the centre of higher education for
girl students of Howrah & adjacent districts and even Kolkata.