Gobardanga Hindu College

ESTD 1947,
North 24 Parganas, West Bengal

SC, ST, OBC, Minority, Physically Disabled Cell

Gobardanga Hindu College strives to provide equal opportunities and inclusive education to all sections of society. To facilitate this vision, the college has established several cells, including the SC (Scheduled Caste), ST (Scheduled Tribe), OBC (Other Backward Classes), Minority, and Physically Disabled Cell. These cells play a vital role in promoting diversity, equity, and social justice within the college community.


The SC, ST, OBC, Minority, and Physically Disabled Cell at Gobardanga Hindu College is dedicated to addressing the unique needs and concerns of students belonging to these marginalized and underrepresented communities. It functions as a support system and a platform for ensuring that all students, regardless of their background or physical abilities, can access quality education in an inclusive environment.


The primary objectives of these cells are:

  1. Inclusion: To promote inclusivity and diversity by creating a welcoming and supportive atmosphere for students from SC, ST, OBC, Minority, and Physically Disabled backgrounds.
  2. Equal Opportunities: To ensure that all students have equal access to educational opportunities, resources, and facilities within the college.
  3. Empowerment: To empower students from these communities through various programs and initiatives that enhance their academic and personal growth.
  4. Awareness: To raise awareness about the unique challenges and issues faced by these communities and advocate for their rights.


The SC, ST, OBC, Minority, and Physically Disabled Cell at Gobardanga Hindu College focuses on addressing the specific needs of each group while promoting a sense of belonging and inclusion. It aims to eliminate discrimination and disparities based on caste, religion, and physical ability.


The functions of these cells include:

  1. Scholarship and Financial Assistance: Providing information about and assistance in accessing scholarships and financial aid schemes for eligible students.
  2. Mentoring and Counselling: Offering guidance and counselling services to help students cope with academic and personal challenges.
  3. Awareness Programs: Organizing workshops, seminars, and awareness campaigns on issues related to social justice, inclusion, and diversity.
  4. Advocacy: Advocating for the rights and interests of SC, ST, OBC, Minority, and physically disabled students within the college and beyond.
  5. Accessibility: Ensuring that the college infrastructure and facilities are accessible to physically disabled students.


The SC, ST, OBC, Minority, and Physically Disabled Cell operates through a structured mechanism:

  1. Committee: The cell is typically led by a committee of dedicated faculty members and staff, including a coordinator, who oversee its activities and initiatives.
  2. Coordination: The cell works closely with other departments and administrative units within the college to implement its programs effectively.
  3. Student Participation: Student representatives from these communities are often part of the cell to voice their concerns and needs.


  1. Dr. Sk. Abdul Hannan[C]
  2. Dr. Sabiar Rahaman
  3. Prof.Krishna Kanta Dhali
  4. Dr.Lipika Biswas
  5. Dr.Utpal Kr. Mondal
  6. Dr.Bikash Karmakar
  7. Dr.Anwesha Mallick [C]
  8. Dr.Smriti Sarkar
  9. Prof.Biswajit Saha
  10. Prof. Sudeb Biswas
  11. Prof.Sunita Bera
  12. Prof. Nayan Saha
  13. Prof.Brajagopal Chand
  14. Smt. Soma Sardar[NTS]
  15. Sri Balai Sardar [NTS]

In conclusion, the SC, ST, OBC, Minority, and Physically Disabled Cell at Gobardanga Hindu College plays a crucial role in promoting diversity and inclusion in the institution. By addressing the specific needs and concerns of marginalized communities and students with disabilities, the cell contributes to creating an equitable and supportive educational environment.