Sreechaitanya College Library

“Libraries are more important
to the education system than the institutions
such as schools, colleges and universities”
—-Rabindranath Tagore

From The Principal’s Desk

Libraries are collections of books, manuscripts, journals, and other sources of recorded information. Libraries in this sense, that is, primarily as storehouses for books and periodicals, have changed dramatically since the middle of the 20th century. Libraries now have emerged as a far-reaching body of information resources and services. Rapid developments in electronic communication and…

About The Library

Search Library Catalogue Search N-List Resources The Central Library: At a Glance The College Library occupies a spacious area on the first floor of the college. It is well-furnished and has a rich collection of books and journals. The Library comprises the Central Library and separate Seminar Libraries attached to some of the Departments. The…

Historical Background

Sree Chaitanya College, Habra occupies a very distinguished status in the higher education map of the district of North 24 Parganas as well as of the state of West Bengal. The institution with its imposing building-structures amid a lush green of more than 20 acres of land, overlooking Jessore Road (NH 35), is about 40 km from Kolkata. The college was established in 1956, primarily to cater the need of the thousands of hapless youth who, owing to partition of… 

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