HISTORY

Birsa Munda College, established in 2018, stands as a pioneering institution in the Terai region of Darjeeling District, West Bengal. It is the sole Hindi Medium College in this area, strategically located amidst the lush tea garden landscapes and rural communities of Hatighisa and its surroundings. With a mission to provide quality education to marginalised populations, particularly those from the tea garden areas, the college embodies a vision of accessible education and social upliftment.


This vision is reflected in the logo of the college which started with the phrase one-bud-two-leaves (ekti-kuri-duti-pata) which has a special significance in the tea garden areas. The bud was replaced by the pen to symbolise the spread of education in the tea garden areas. It was supplemented with the shloka “Asatoma Sad Gamayo” reflecting the institution’s vision of moving from ignorance to truth.


Spread across six acres of land, Birsa Munda College is a co-educational degree college affiliated with the esteemed University of North Bengal. Situated in the heart of the “Chicken-Neck Corridor,” a crucial connecting point between eight northeastern states and the rest of India, the college holds strategic importance. This corridor, marked by its shared international borders with Bangladesh, Bhutan, Nepal, and the Tibetan Autonomous Region of China, underscores the college’s significance as a gateway to the country.


Accessibility is a cornerstone of Birsa Munda College’s infrastructure, as it is conveniently connected by air, rail, and road. The nearby Bagdogra Airport, just 9 km away, provides air travel options, while the Siliguri Junction and New Jalpaiguri Station (NJP), located at 18 km and 22 km respectively, cater to rail commuters. Additionally, the college enjoys proximity to the Asian Highway 2 and National Highway NH-31, facilitating easy road access for students and faculty alike.


More than just a centre for academic learning, Birsa Munda College embodies a spirit of resilience and empowerment, symbolised by its namesake, the iconic tribal freedom fighter. Rooted in the ethos of resistance and community empowerment, the college has evolved into a beacon of hope for first-generation learners and Hindi-speaking students in the region. Through a steadfast commitment to academic excellence, community engagement, and cultural preservation, Birsa Munda College continues to leave an indelible mark on the educational landscape of the Terai region, shaping a brighter future for its inhabitants.


Notice board
College will remain closed on 08-05-2024 on account of “Rabindranath Tagore”
College will remain closed on 01-05-2024 on account of “May Day”
College will remain closed on 20-04-2024 to 27-04-2024 on account of “the acquisition of our college by the Central Forces for Parliamentary General Election 2024”
College will remain closed on 17-04-2024 on account of “Ram Navami”
College will remain closed on 10-04-2024 AND 11-04-2024 on account of “Id-Ul-Fitr”
College will remain closed on 06-04-2024 on account of “BIRTHDAY OF HARICHAND THAKUR”
*College will remain closed on 29-03-2024 on account of “Good Friday”
Notice regarding Library Internship course
College will remain closed on 08-03-2024 & 09-03-2024 on account of “Shiva Ratri” and Administrative ground
Notice regarding Special talk on “Ancient Indian Customs and Spiritual Insights in the Epic Mahabharata”
Notice regarding Internal Examination
Notice regarding ABC ID-related
Notice regarding any change in Registration Certificate
Notice regarding cultural event (Lamhein)
College will remain closed on 26-02-2024 on account of “Sab-e-Barat”
Notice related MINOR-I and MINOR-2 for 2nd Semester students
Notice related ABC ID
Notice on MDC Subject
College will remain closed on 15-02-2024 on the ground of post-Saraswati Puja College campus cleaning 
All are invited to join as Saraswati Pratima will be immersed on 09-02-2024.
An invitation to attend the Career Orientation Program.
Notice for flag hoisting on account of the 75th Republic Day.
College will remain closed on 26-01-2024 on account of “Republic Day”
Flag Hoisting on account of “Birthday of Netaji”
College will remain closed on 23-01-2024 on account of “Birthday of Netaji”
Notice for the Blood Donation Camp
All are requested to be present 12-01-2024 on account of “Birthday of Swami Vivekananda”
College will remain closed on 12-01-2024 on account of “Birthday of Swami Vivekananda””
Notice of “Career counseling program”
Notice for the workshop on student welfare
Notice for the Cultural program on 08-01-2024 of Student’s week
Notice for Program schedule of Student’s week
Notice for “Student’s week” on 02-01-2024 to 08-01-2024
College will remain closed on 25-10-2023 to 01-01-2024 on account of “Winter Recess”
Notice for awareness program on “Sexual Harassment”
College will remain closed on 27-11-2023 on account of “Guru Nanak”
College will remain closed on 19-11-2023 and 20-11-2023 on account of “Chhat Puja”
Notice for “Puja Vacation” and Internal Examination
College will remain closed on 14-10-2023 on account of “Mahalaya”
Notice for Internal Examination
Regarding college uniform
College will remain closed on 28-09-2023 on account of “Id-e-Milad”
College will remain closed on 25-09-2023 on account of “Karam Puja”
College will remain closed on 18-09-2023 on account of “Vishwakarma Puja”
Notice for Hindi Diwas and Vidyasagar jayanti celebration program
College will remain closed on 06-09-2023 & 07-09-2023 on account of “Janmasthami” and administrative ground.
Log in credential for 5th+6th sem admission
Log in credential for 3rd+4th sem admission
Application for college canteen
Document verification