About College

Galsi Mahavidyalaya started its journey on 15th june 2007 in a building provided by the Managing Committee of Galsi High School. The Honorable founders of Galsi Mahavidyalaya aimed at bringing the benefits of collegiate education to boys and girls belonging to economically disadvantageous rural families who could not move out and join other centers of learning. Dissemination of ideas, knowledge and education, providing facilities for extracurricular activities for physical, moral, social and cultural upliftment and various community oriented outreach programmes especially for the girls are also the stated goals and objectives of the Mahavidyalaya.

In fact, Galsi Mahavidyalaya was established through local people’s initiatives to impart instructions at undergraduate level, beginning with just 129 students. The college received affiliation from the University Of Burdwan, 2007 and came under the grant-in-aid grid of the higher Education Department, Govt. West Bengal.

Our college made a very humble beginning in the year 2007. From then on all the teachers, office staff, students and local people have relentlessly been trying to raise the standard of the institution. Presently the college has 11 permanent teachers (including Principal), seven non-teaching staff, sufficient number of Govt. approved part-time teachers and guest teachers who, within a very short time, have taken all the due responsibilities. We are thankful to them.

In 2007, the college started with general courses in five subjects in Arts stream, namely Bengali, English, History, Political Science and Sanskrit. In the session 2008-09, the University of Burdwan extended its affiliation to Honours in History & English. In the session 2009-10& 2013-14, the college achieved further extension of affiliation of Honours in subjects namely Bengali & Sanskrit & Philosophy respectively and received affiliation in Geography (General) course in the session 2014-2015.The college received affiliation in Political Science Honours course In the session 2015-2016.

The majority of our students come from families of peasant background. As co-educational institute the college has played an important role in paving the way for higher education for the girls from the agricultural hinterland of Galsi. In the new academic session, the college has taken up many projects to fulfill its mission of providing and upgrading its facilities, resources and scopes in order to make a productive blend of knowledge and skill based education in its curriculum as well as explore job-opportunities in the volatile Indian market.

Keeping in mind the economic condition of most of the students during the session 2017-18 the college will arrange for remission of tuition fees for the needy students on the basis of their performance on the class test/ test examination and class attendance. The college has also arranged to provide the facility of the library to the students within its limited capacity. In the previous academic years the college had successfully organized a number of cultural competitions, Annual Social Function and Prize Distribution ceremony etc. Some of our students representing the college in the annual inter-college cultural competition organized by the University of Burdwan have achieved remarkable positions in different events. The college also organizes inter-class tournaments and annual sports meet and our students represent the college in the District University sports meet. Under the affiliation of the University of Burdwan the college has opened two units of NSS which is considered as an integral part of education.

We would like to tender our sincere thanks to Dr.J.B.Medda, Ex Inspector of colleges, University of Burdwan for his valuable suggestions in the crucial day. We are indebted to the Headmaster, teaching and non-teaching staff of Galsi High School not only for providing our former college premises but also in all sphere of activities since the day of opening of the college. The headmaster acted as the Teacher-in-charge of the college for a long time. The teaching and non-teaching staff of the school spent a lot of time in different activities of the Mahavidyalaya. We are indebted to them.

We are thankful to Hon’ble M.P. (Ex and the present), the Hon’ble M.L.A., Sabhapati, Executive Officer, Galsi II, Rice Mill Owners’ Association, Land donors, Higher Education Directorate for extended their support for development of the college. Finally, we are thankful to the local people for their financial support, commitment to the cause, open hearted cooperation and relentless efforts towards development of their beloved institution.







The college is thus reinforcing its strength to blaze forth as one of the premiere institutions in the rural vicinity and in near future not only for its infrastructural development, but also for the great plunge it has taken to ensure quality education at the UG level.

Finally, it is our appeal to all for finding our directions on going from strength to strength by translating weaknesses into positives.

                                       Dr. Kumaresh Chatterjee


                                           Galsi Mahavidyalaya



Academic Programme:

Students Passed H.S Exam. in the years - 2016,2017,2018,2019 can only apply for admission .


1. Bengali Hons.- 58 seats

2. English Hons.- 67 seats

3. Sanskrit Hons.- 58 seats

4. History Hons.- 67 seats

5. Philosophy Hons.- 32 seats

6. Political Science Hons.- 25 seats

7. B.A General - 850 Seats , Geography General 25 Seats

1. (Necessary Reservation for SC,ST,OBC-A,OBC-B,PWD will be provided)

2. Students Who have Passed H.S (10+2) Exam. with Vocational (Home Science & Agricultural) can apply only for admission of B.A General Course.


                                                                                                                       INTAKE CAPACITY

                                                                                                                      HONOURS COURSE




SC        PWD







02 12            1 03 06 04



34 02 14            1  04 07 05




02 14            1 04 07 05




02 12           1 03 06 04




01 07          0 02 03 02




01 06           0 02 02 01



In Hons. Courses Criteria will be Fixed :

Average Of Best of 5 + Number in the Subject in which Hons. is desired.


                                                                                                             GENERAL COURSE





































Reservation of Seats for the PWD Candidates will not be less than 5% of the intake (Categoriwise)

Out of total 850 seats in general Course, 25 candidates can opt Geography as general subject. One can opt geography as his/her general subject in B.A Course provided geography was the main subject in H.S Exam. And seats will be distributed as follows according to First in First Out Method.










** In Case Of Transfer from General Course to Honours Course Or from One Honours Subject to another Honsours Subject Only Two Chances will be Available.



** Out of the Total Seats Maximum 10%  Seats Will be reserved for Vocational Home Science and Agricultural Students.




Compulsory subjects for General and Honours: (Semester - I )

Environmental Studies (AECC-1) For Hons. & Gen. , English (L1) for Gen. Students Only.

B.A HONOURS COURSES: (Any 1 of the following subjects in Semester - I )

Bengali, English, History, Sanskrit, Philosophy,& Political Science.

B.A GENERAL COURSES: (Any 2 of the following subjects in Semester - I )

Bengali, English, History, Sanskrit, Philosophy, Geography & Political Science

*Subjects may be changed within one month after admission


**  The executive Council , B.U Semestar with CBCS (Choice Based Credit System) at under-gradutate level will introduced from the academic year 2017-2018. So Guidelines regrading semestar with CBCS at under-gradutate level is available on the university website.(www.buruniv.ac.in)


Fee Structure for Admission :



  1. Registration fees Rs-200/- will be paid through debit card, credit card & net banking at any place.

B.A HONOURS COURSES: Rs.1620/- approximate (including 2 months tuition fees)

B.A GENERAL COURSES: Rs.1620/- approximate (including 3 months tuition fees)

 Monthly Fees:

B.A HONOURS COURSES: Rs. 105/-(p.m.)

B.A GENERAL COURSES: Rs. 80/-(p.m.)

  • Fees structure may change from time to time with the approval of appropriate authority
  • Computerized Admission Receipt, I-Card & Library Cards must be preserved till the end of the course.
  • In case of loss of the above documents duplicate can be issued on payment of a fine of Rs.50/- only, along with a G.D. copy from police station.


Remission of Tuition fees:

On the basis of class attendance and the marks obtained in the class tests, Test Exam, and financial statusSome of the students of each academic session (part-I, part-II, part-III) will be considered for their remission of tuition fees. Students must collect information about remission of tuition fees from college Notice board and apply within the due time schedule.

Special scholarships are also available for ST/SC/OBC and minority students as per Government Rules and Kanyashree etc. for girl’s students.


Internal Examinations:

Class tests and Test Examination will be held throughout the year. Each student must attend class tests & Test Exam. The numbers of all these examinations will be considered in allowing the student to appear at the University Exam.


Attendance :

According to the University rules every student has to achieve at least 75% attendance in the classes. The students lacking the required percentage of attendance will not be allowed to appear for the University Examination.


Library & Identity Card:

Library and Identity Cards will be provided only after completion of University Registration form fill-up. Books should not be kept for more than 30 days. If necessary, the date can be extended. In case the book is not returned within due date, a fine be imposed Rs. 1/- per day (excluding Sundays & Holidays). In case of loss of Library card and Identity card, duplicate card may be issued on payment of a fine of Rs. 50/- (Rupees Fifty) only along with the G.D copy from any police station.


Cultural Activities:

Throughout the academic year the college organizes a number of cultural programmes such as:

  • Freshers’ Day
  • Teachers’ Day
  • Cultural Competition
  • Saraswati Puja
  • Prize Distribution Ceremony
  • College Social Meet
  • Birthday Celebrations of great Personalities

Games & Sports:

“Games and Sports” is a part of education. It is rather compulsory for the students to build their mental and physical health. As such our college gives special attention towards games and sports. Inter-class tournament and Annual sports are held every year. The selected students are sent in the District, State and University Sports Meet.

National Service Scheme (N.S.S)

Under the affiliation of the University of Burdwan, the college the college has opened two units of NSS under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Rupasree Chatterjee and Prof. Dr. Sourabodhi Bhattacharyya. Through the scheme many social service and development projects have been done within the college and its adjoining areas. Special Camps are also successfully being conducted every year by the N.S.S units. To join this scheme students have to apply to the programme Officers. The scheme must be considered as an integral part of education.

Dr. Rupasree Chatterjee has been rewarded by the Higher Education Department, Govt. of W.B, Kolkata – 91 in the programme officer category of W.B state N.S.S. award in the year 2013-14. Tapan Barman, a student, has also been awarded in the volunteer category, 2013-14,and Shib Sankar Munda in the year 2015-16.

Rules & Regulations of the College:

  • A regular student of this college must have to attend at least 75% of the classes held during a particular academic session, otherwise the candidate shall be treated as non-collegiate (more than 60% but less than 75%).
  • Students whose attendance fall short of a minimum of 60% shall be considered as dis-collegiate and shall not be allowed to appear at the University Final Examination.
  • Honours students will forfeit their claim to study Honours course if they fail to attain 70% attendance in their Honours Classes.
  • All Students must appear at the test examination for preparing themselves for the University Examination.
  • Honours students will appear to regular Class Tests in addition to Test Exam. Students failing to attend at such Class Tests will not be promoted unless they justify their inability to attend such examination on any legitimate ground. The College authority shall consider such a case with sympathy and care. But it must be understood that illness or such other reason, by itself, is not a sufficient excuse. Promotion cannot be granted unless the student’s record is very clean.
  • Students must clear up their fees in due time.
  • Students are excepted to go though the Notice Board regularly.
  • Using mobile phone and such other gadgets within the classroom and corridor by the students is strictly prohibited. They are asked to switch off their mobile phone within the classroom and corridor.
  • Students are asked not to spend time unreasonably within the classroom and the library.
  • Students must maintain decency in their dress.
  • It is forwarded that all the stakeholders of the college must take care of the college property (specially turning of the lights and fans) after the classes or the meetings.


Additional Information:

  • S.C, S.T, & O.B.C. Certificates should be issued by the competent authorities.
  • Photo copies of all mark sheets (M.P & H.S.), Age proof certificates, P.H Certificates, B.P.L certificates & caste certificates issued by the competent authorities and duly attested by Gazetted Officers must be submitted at the time of verification. The originals must be produced at the time of verification.
  • Fees once deposited will not be refunded at any ground.
  • In case of transfer to another college an amount of Rs.5000/- to be paid by the student.
  • Verification of original documents for finalization of admission:

Until the college is satisfied about a candidate’s basic eligibility for admission on verification of his/her Original documents, he/she will no case be admitted into the courses of studies. As are  (or may be) instructed in the advertisement notification, candidates will be required to bring with them all the original credentials, i.e. the original marksheets of all the public examination passed, original Admit Card of the Madhyamik/ Secondary examinations and such other original documents photocopies of which are enclosed with the admission form. These verifications will be done at the college office where the Registration Documents will be submitted.


Cancellation of Admission on other ground:

Besides non-fulfilment of basic eligibility criteria, admission of a student may be cancelled by the college (without refund of the course fee deposited) on any of the grounds mentioned below –

  1. If any suppression of information or any supply of false information is detected at any stage after admission;
  2. For gross misconduct at any stage during his / her studentship;
  3. For adoption of unfair means at the examination hall;
  4. For other grounds of indiscipline;


Important  Informations regarding certain University rules:

  1. Filling up of Enrolment form: After getting admission in the college, all students must fill up the Registration-cum-Enrolment form as and when notified by the college authority in the notice-board with necessary fees.
  2. Conduct of Examinations: All examinations will be conducted by the University under the overall control of the Department of Controller of Examinations as per University rules Provided that such examinations may be held at centres specified by the University under its overall supervision.


However, admit card for any examination will in no case be issued to any candidate unless the BU Registration certificate and the fees challan in original are not produced during the issuance of the card.


Any candidate on failing to clear up his/her first year (Part-I) examination must get himself/herself admitted in the 2nd year (Part-II) and then again consecutively in the third year (Part-III).