Gokhale Memorial Girls' College a premier educational institution in Kolkata offers both general and career-oriented education which is a reflection of its moorings in traditional values coupled with a modern approach to both teaching and learning. The institution endeavours to bring about the all-round development of the students by encouraging self-expression to draw out their latent capabilities. The College was initially established as an extension of Gokhale Memorial Girls' School in 1938 by Sarala Ray, popularly known as Mrs. P. K. Ray, a great social reformer and educationist. It gradually emerged as one of the premier educational institutions in India in its own right, imparting quality education to women and making them worthy citizens of a progressive nation. Its 75 year journey from 1938 has seen countless young women performing successfully in different spheres of life. More...
Dr. Atashi Karpha
As you venture out into the world of higher education in liberal arts, let me introduce you to Gokhale Memorial Girls' College, a premier educational institution exclusively for women.
Located in the heart of the Kolkata city, the College offers a stimulating ambience for learning and caters to students from all over the city and its suburbs, irrespective of their socio-economic status. The College is affiliated to the University of Calcutta and aided by the University Grants Commission, New Delhi.
While the college provides a sound holistic education for its students, it continues to instill good moral values in them, empowering them to cope with the challenges of modern society and to become mature and responsible citizens. Since its inception in 1938, Gokhale Memorial Girls' College has forged ahead in the academic sphere with both its teachers and its students remaining true to the guiding motto, "What shall I do with that which does not give me immortality?"
Highly motivated and qualified faculty members constantly seek to enhance the teaching-learning process. Co-curricular activities complement the curriculum and help the students develop their inner talents and creativity. Intra-college competitions, sports and tournaments, cultural activities, literary activities, observances and social outreach activities provide a stimulating environment for all-round development of the students. They are encouraged to participate in seminars, workshops, exhibitions and educational tours.
In this college, we constantly embrace changes in order to keep pace with technological advancements that the present world is going through while retaining our core values. Several modern facilities are offered to help the student lead a comfortable and enjoyable 'college life'. A clean and fresh college premises is an essential feature that motivates students in developing good habits. The entire staff maintains a cordial relationship with the students. The College runs smoothly under the guidance of the Governing Body, independent of interference from any quarter.
It is with pride and pleasure that I state that, over the years there has been a continuous enhancement in the performance of students in the University examinations. Every year we have students topping the list of candidates in a subject or the other. I congratulate them all and wish them success in their future endeavors.
I also convey my best wishes to the new entrants and all senior students and urge them to uphold the code of conduct and the rules of discipline laid down in the College Prospectus and put up a good academic performance through hard-work. It is my sincere wish that they spend the most memorable years of their lives in this College.
On occasion of our Platinum Jubilee Celebration, I convey my sincere thanks to all the patrons, the faculty and staff, the members of the Governing Body, the students and the guardians for their whole-hearted support that has transformed this College into an esteemed institution.
TCS interview to be held on 27th May, 2016, Friday at 10 a.m. in LT2 & LT3. Bring CV with photo. All 3rd year students including those who have not attended the TCS training are eligible to appear for the interview.
Interview for Junior Research Analyst in a Research & Consultancy organization on Friday, 13 May, 12.30 pm in LT 2. Interested 3rd year students bring C.V.
Students may apply for re-examination of two Honours/Major papers/portion of paper according to the existing re-examination regulations and also seek photocopies of answer scripts of Honours/Major papers of B.A./B.Sc. Part-III Examination 2016.
Fees for Review : Rs. 110/- per script
Fees for Self-inspection : Rs. 500/- per script
Students should submit the photocopy of following documents: View Details...
Mock Test, 2016 for 1st year Economics Honours students of Gokhale Memorial Girls' College will be held in Room No. S4 according to the following schedule:
Date : 27/06/16
Time : 12 noon - 2 pm
Paper: IIA (Statistics)
3rd year B.A./B.Sc. (Hons./Major) students are requested to collect their B.A./B.Sc. Part-III Examination 2016 mark sheet from Office-2 on 23/06/16 between 11.00 a.m.-2.00 pm.
Documents Required: Admit Card
Students may apply for Self- inspection for B.A./B.Sc. Part-I & II (Supplementary) Examination 2015 on 16/06/16 and 20/06/16 from 11.00 am.
Fees for Self- inspection per script - Rs. 500/-
Students should submit the photocopy of following documents:
1. Registration Certificate, Admit Card Mark Sheet and Fees book. View Details
Students who have not yet filled up their forms of Part- I Examination, 2016, may fill up their forms on Wednesday, 15/06/16 between 11.00 am to 1.00 pm.
For details see the fees structure.
Note : The following documents are required at the time of Filling the Form
The Marksheets of B.A/B.Sc. Part-I & Part-II Supplementary Examination - 2015 will be distributed on Wednesday 15th June 2016 from office 2.
The students will not be allowed to use the College Library on 02/06/16, 03/06/16, 06/06/16, 07/06/16, 09/06/16, 13/06/16, 14/06/16, 15/06/16, 16/06/16, 17/06/16, 20/06/16, 21/06/16, 23/06/16, 24/06/16, 27/06/16 & 30/06/16 due to B.A./B.Sc. Part II (Honours/Major/General) Examination, 2016.
College will remain closed on 19/05/16.
Students who have not yet filled up their forms of Part- I Examination, 2016, are hereby notified to fill up their forms on Monday, 16/05/16 between 11.00 am to 2.00 pm at College Office - 2. For details see the fees structure. View Details
All 3rd year B.A./B.Sc. (General) students are hereby informed to collect their Admit Card for Part III Examination, 2016 from Office 2, 11.00 am onwards.
Mock Test, 2016 for 1st year CNDV will be held in the department according to the following schedule: View Details
Remedial classes for 1st year CNDV will be held in the department from 11.00 am onwards on 14/05/16 (Saturday).
Mock Test, 2016 for 2nd year ASPV will be held in Room No. 9 according to the following schedule: View Details
Mock Test, 2016 for 1st year CEMA will be held in the department of Chemistry in Room No. 11 according to the following schedule: View Details
Mock Test, 2016 for 1st & 2nd year PHSA will be held in the department of Physics according to the following schedule: View Details
Remedial classes for 1st year Physics Honours will be held on 05/05/16, 09/05/16 and 11/05/16 from 11.00 am.
Very recently Gokhale Memorial Girls' College Library has conducted Library Orientation Programme for 3 days (4th, 5th and 7th August 2015) in Library.
18th December Foundation Day of the College Celebrated. View Gallery...
The Blood Donation Camp of 2014 was conducted by the staff and students on 18th November 2014 on the occasion of the death anniversary of the founder principal Dr. S.E. Rani Ghosh with great enthusiasm.
Gokhale Memorial Girls' College will organize one E-WASTE COLLECTION DRIVE AND AWARENESS GENERATION PROGRAMME in collaboration with TOXICS LINK on 7th April 2014 at LT1 & LT2 at 2p.m. Details...
The Department of Economics organized a session of paper presentation by the students of the department on 25th April 2014. Details...
The Students of the Departments of English and Hindi will participate in an audio visual presentation on the topic 'Fiction into Films', on 2nd April at 11.00 a.m. in Room No. LT2.