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Far from the madding crowd of urban life, the college stands amidst a pastoral setting of azure sky, green paddy fields, comforting breeze and vibrant flowers of myriad colours. The Portuguese sailors first came to the area in 1514 and named their settlement as ‘Angelim.’ In 1765, the British took over and eventually established their port and merchant-house. The first Post and Telegram Office of India was set up in Khejuri in 1852. Being adjacent to the Bay of Bengal, it developed as an important sea-port during the colonial times; the likes of Dwarkanath Tagore and Raja Rammohan Roy had ventured for England from it. Situated at the side of the metalled road that links Henria with Vidyapith North, the college is well connected with Kolkata, Digha, Contai, Medinipur town and other important places.

The Flaming Allure of the Yellow Poinciana in the College Campus