The constitution of India made ‘Education’- the birth right of the Indian citizens irrespective of caste-creed-religion and hence in Art. 51. A, the constitution told that it is the fundamental duty of the parents to provide education to their child. So in this sense no one could be devoided of education. But in India due to high growth rate of population it has become a great problem to cater the needs of all in this respect. Hence, the issue of bringing all under the umbrella of ‘Education’ has given birth to private institutions.
In this locality within 15kms there is no general college as the most nearest college is Barachamapa College and the distance is 18kms and the second nearest one is Basirhat College where the distance is 20kms and Tantulia College is 22kms away from Baduria. So the students fail to continue their studies inspite of their willingness to go for higher studies.
The total area covered is 220 square kms where there are 22 H.S schools and the number of pass out student is near about 4000. But unfortunately all of them could not achieve their goal of higher studies as majority of them living below the poverty line.
The communication system is also very poor and this becomes one of the major barriers in higher studies.
Due to all these aforesaid reasons another crucial problem arises-the problem of ‘drop-out’ especially in female education.
Hence, to overcome all these problems we are willing to establish a new college thinking that the new college will certainly meet the needs of the pupils of this locality.