Mission & Vision


Acharyya Sukumar Sen Mahavidyalaya established in the year 2013 (25 April) under the initiative of Sri Ramakrishna Saradamoni Ashram, Gotan. in a remote educationally backward area in the district of Purba Bardhaman (The Then  Burdwa) with the mission of advancement of learning and to fulfil the dream of the younger generation towards the attraction of their higher education of which the country would be enlightened to the East and West. The first initiative was taken in 2008 by the Ashram to establish an institution of higher education in the name of Acharyya Sukumar Sen. It’s a pleasure to inforMany local people came up with active support, generous donations and untiring labour to bring the college to what it is today. The University of Burdwan had granted provisional affiliation to this college from the academic session 2013-2014 and in 2018 we were  granted permanent affiliation by the University.


The main vision was to have wide publicity and advancement of higher learning by which the young generation of the locality would develop themselves in culture, education, health, games and sports and above all they would be attracted to the development of the society as well as of the country. Though Gotan was culturally very much in the forward line of the district where eminent author like- The birthplaces of the great saint Sri Sri Ramakrishna at Kamarpukur and the Holy Mother Sri Sri Saradamoni at Jayrambati are also not far from Gotan. Raja Rammohan Roy’s birthplace, Radhanagore, is also a stone’s throw distance from Gotan. Two kilometers north-east of Gotan is Subaldaha village, the birthplace of the founder President of Azaad Hind Fauj, the great freedom fighter, Rashbehari Basu.


Amongst the objectives of the institution it was to introduce verious honours courses in Science and Arts stream as demanded by the locality. the college started with its motto to create graduate students in each and every family living in this vast rural and agrarian area. Such noble objectives should be fulfilled.