Students Support

1. The college library presently has more than 20,000 books. These include text books and rare costly reference books and up-dated information books.

2. The college subscribes to journals, news papers and periodicals.

3. The college library remains open to all college staff and students from 8.30 am to 5 pm on Monday, Wednesday and Friday; 10.30 am to 5 pm on Tuesday and Thursday and 10.30 am to 2 pm on Saturday

4. Reading : Students are allowed to use reading room for reading purposes on submission of their reading cards.

5. Borrowing : Each student is provided with a lending Card (two for Hons. and one for General students) for borrowing books. Books can be borrowed for a period of 7 days. A fine of fifty paisa per day will be charged if books not submitted within due date. If library card is lost duplicate card will be issued on submission of Rs.3/- (Reference card) and Rs.5/- (lending card)

6. Disregard of library rules, indiscipline and misbehavior will render students liable to be denied access to the library

7. The college has also departmental libraries to cater to the needs of students of respective departmental students. All Hons. Students may access this library at any time subject to prior permission. In some cases they may even borrow books from the library after their final test examinations.

8. The students may consult the library book manuals for respective departmental books and check which books are there for use.

9. Future plans: (i) The college has already made computer catalogues for all the books in the library for students' ready-use. (ii) The college plans to install computers in the library so that a student may trace the status of a book weather that is available in the library or borrowed by someone else, how many copies of that book the library has etc. by a click of the mouse.

There are two Smart Class Rooms. Teachers also take classes here with ICT facilities. Students are encouraged to deliver seminar-lectures with Power-Point presentations.
Chakdaha Collage ha s s tradition of running National Cadet Corps effectively for a long time. Lots of cadet has excelled in their performance at National leve3l also. Event in year 2012, foure cradets were selected for the Republic Dey parade at New Delhi. Now collage has two unit of N.C.C one for mlae and one for female students (at present it is under suspension) both being run under the vigilant supervision of Lieutenant Dr. Paritosh Biswas.
Our NSS unit is functioning from 1974. It is extending it's activities in the society regularly and continuously since it's inception. Now the strength of our unit is 100 students and the Programme officer is Prof. Susanta Ghosh. Our unit is organizing 'Special Camp' in various places every year simultaneously with many other one day programmes.
The college has introduced remedial coaching classes for SC/ST/OBC students of poor but meritorious category. For conducting such remedial programmes the UGC has provided sufficient fund. The classes are usually taken by the faculties on Sundays.
Students' health home has arranged a regional center in the college premises with all helps from the college. Any student of the college may avail free medial counseling, health check-up facility and medicines from the center.
A Career Counseling Cell (financial by UGC) is formed for the gridance of SC/ST/OBC/Minority students. The cell holds workshops and seminars time to time nourish the future of the socially disadvantageous student.
The following are the stipend, funded by Central Govt., State Govt. and College Authority:

1. State Govt. Merit Scholarships

2. State Govt. Scheduled Caste & Backward Class Scholarships

3. College Merit cum means free-ship

4. SITARAM JINDAL Scholarship.

To encourage our College Students (Specially rank holders in University Exam.), an Endowment Fund has been introduced very recent. The function of this fund is to distribute prizes among the rank holders. All the Teaching and Non-teaching Staff contribute financially to enrich this fund.
The study centre of Netaji Subhash Open University (NSOU) (D-06) was established in 1998 in Chakdaha College which provides UG and PG courses (including counselling) for employed and people, engaged elsewhere and also for those who can’t afford to join regular courses. The centre also successfully organizes the Laboratory Counselling and Evaluation Programmes every year. The success rate of this centre is more than 90% in UG level and 98% in PG courses. After completion, many students get opportunity in higher studies. At present, many of them are serving various sectors.
The Nari Samsad (Women Cell) is engaged in extension and outreach programmes to fulfill its motto to make the female students and their families live a safe and healthy life. Recently, a workshop entitled “Healthy life style of women” has been organized by the Nari Samsad of Chakdaha College to make the girl students aware of leading a safe, healthy and hygienic life. Dr. Nandini Bhowmick graced the occasion as the resource person. It makes women students aware of the social responsibilities and gives them mental support to fight against sexual harassment. Also it takes initiatives for guidance and counseling of female students. Dr. Sabina Jesmin is the convener of the Nari Samsad.



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