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Acharya Jagadish Chandra Bose College (Bengali: আচার্য জগদীশ চন্দ্র বসু কলেজ) is a well-respected undergraduate degree college affiliated with the University of Calcutta, India. It is named after the celebrated scientist Acharya Jagadish Chandra Bose. It has been catering good education to for many years. The aim of the college is not merely to prepare a student for becoming professionally competent and technically skilled, but also to inculcate a sense of social awareness in them.
In 1968 Birla College of Science and Birla College of Education were established at 2, Moira Street, Kolkata-17, as two separate Institutions by the first provisional Governing Body formed for the purpose. The University of Calcutta granted affiliation w.e.f. 1968-69 session. In 1969, the two institutions were amalgamated into one college under the name & style of Birla College of Science and Education. The college was managed by Vidyamandir Society through a Governing Body formed for this purpose with Sri L.N.Birla as its President.
The so-called history of development of the Acharya Jagadish Chandra Bose College with its origin at Vidya Mandir Society and Junior Hindi High School ruled by the Birla Group, definitely demands salute from all corners of the society. The long standing battle was only fought by the unified synchronizing of thoughts and effort of the teaching staff and the employees with the constant impetus and interest of the Higher Education Department, Government of West Bengal.