Khandra College, a co-educational institution imparting higher education, is located at Khandra, Dist. Paschim Bardhaman, West Bengal (Lat-23� 06� 33� N &Long-87� 22� 05�E). The college was established in 1981 under the leadership of Late Amalendu Bakshi, a local Philanthrope, to cater higher education among the boys and girls of the surrounding area, who were mostly first-generation learners. The effort was soon acknowledged by the Government of West Bengal, and in the year of its inception the University of Burdwan accorded affiliation to the college as a co-educational institution for higher studies.

The Academic activities of the college were inaugurated in 1981 with only B.A. General course of studies in Bengali, English, History,Philosophy, Sanskrit, Political science and Economics with few students.In 1985 B.com General course was introduced, and 1996 onwards Honours Courses of studies in the aforestated disciplines were made accessible to the students.

The college which was born an unknown sapling upon the mining crags of Ukhra and Andal, far away from the glitter of the metropolis, may now boast of holding fourteen Honours Courses of studies in its branches by the side of eighteen General courses of studies to enrich its foliage.

Khandra College received its Assessment and Accreditation by NAAC in the First Cycle in the year 2007. We are now looking forward to a newer dimension in getting ourselves prepared for the next cycle of Assessment of our performance in various spheres of academic, administrative and co-curricular activities.

Our Vision

  • - �Lead us from Darkness to Light�.

  • To empower students from all sections of society through holistic education centred on academics.

  • To instil in our students moral values, discipline and dynamism along with imparting quality education.

  • To sustain the rich legacy of excellence of the college.

Our Mission

  • To impart quality education to students from backward classes, and first-generation learners from economically challenged backgrounds, thereby encouraging inclusive growth.

  • To enable the young men and women to appear at competitive examinations where a Bachelor�s degree is the minimum requirement.

  • To provide an ambience that makes our students ethically strong and professionally competent, and contributing thereby to a healthy and prosperous society.

  • To encourage innovative thinking and creativity and inculcate research skills in our students.

Measures to communicate the mission and vision of the institution to students, staff and other stake holders

Every year the college organises Freshers� Welcome programme for the incoming First Year learners in which the vision, mission, objectives, and code of discipline are communicated to the students through the welcome address by the Principal.
The college administration functions through several statutory and non-statutory committees. The teachers and staff members participate in framing and implementing the policies of the college through regular meetings.
The academic calendar and college prospectus are published each year and distributed among students at the time of admission. All information and decisions are timely circulated to the students, teachers and non-teaching staff through notices, which are also displayed in the notice board. The college also takes care to communicate relevant governmental as well as University notification to the students and staff from time to time. All relevant notification regarding curricular and co-curricular activities are further communicated through the official website of the college:www.khandracollege.org