| Address and Activities of Saradapitha Centre || |
Ramakrishna Mission Saradapitha, Saradapitha
Ramakrishna Mission Saradapitha
Belur, Dt. Howrah, West Bengal 711202
Phone : 033-2654 5892, 9181, 9381 & 9281
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone: 2654 7350
Fax: 2654 1127
Shilpamandira Computer Centre
Phone: 2654 4913/14/7739
Fax: 2654 1127
Email: email@example.com, info_rkmscc.@rkmscc.org
Phone: 2654 1145
Phone: 2654 6080
Samaj Sevak Sikshanamandira
Phone: 2654 8908/09
Shilpamandira (Polytechnic College)
Phone: 2654 9381/7907
Fax: 2654 9158
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
Phone: 2654 1052
Phone: 2654 9281
Phone: 2654 5892 & 2654 4848
Phone: 2654 9181/9632/1115/1117
Fax: 2654 1123
Phone: 2654 2080
Phone: 2654 9281/6081/4814
Fax: 2654 4412
Started in 1941, this centre runs several institutions.
Activities of the Mission centre :
Vidyamandira is a residential autonomus degree college of
arts and science offering 12 undergraduate honours courses
including two applied subjects, viz. computer science and
industrial chemistry. Besides, three postgraduate courses
(Sanskrit, Bengali and Mathematics) are also taught in the
college. Total 573 students were on roll during the year.
Regular classes on The Spiritual Heritage of India were
also conducted for the students.
Sikshanamandira is a residential postgraduate autonomous
college of teacher education with 185 students.
Shilpamandira is a polytechnic, providing three-year diploma
courses in civil, mechanical electrical, electronics & telecommunication
engineering. It had 647 students this year. The community polytechnic
attachrd to it trained 550 students in different trades.
Shilpayatana has two divisions: (i) a government sponsered
Industrial Training Institute affiliated to NCVT (73 students),
and (ii) a vocational training centre running higher secondary
(vocational) course affiliated to West Bengal Council of Higher
Secondary Education (77 students).
Shilpavidyalaya is a technical institute affiliated to NCVT
(National Council for Vocational Training), providing training
courses in draughtsmanship, plumbing, electrical works and
electronics to 168 students.
Computer training centre with 1486 students in different courses.
Samaj Sevak Sikshanamandira, a residential agro-based
training centre for educating and training unemployed rural
youths in various trades and rural development activities. 1354
youths were trained through 56 different training programmes
during the year. The institute has entered into a tie-up with
NABARD (National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development)
and United Bank of India to function as a Rural Development
and Self-Employment Training Institute (RUDSETI).
Janasikshamandira, the unit working for the welfare and uplift
of rural population, conducted the following :
(i) Educational activities : (a) Need-based vocational and
technical training courses such as TV repairing, carpentry,
book-binding, etc for poor youths and inmates of correctional
homes (460 trained this year), (b) 14 non-formal education
centres for 404 non-school-going and dropout children, (c) One
adult education centre (with 16 women), (d) three free coaching
centres (with 35 students), and (e) library with 26,316 books;
(ii) Medical activities : (a) 40 eye and general medical camps
(4638 patients treated) (b) constructing 398 low-cost toilets;
(iii) Village level workers’ training centre for youths and children
(3750 members benefited).
The production and publication department serves as a small
training wing to impart training to some unemployed youths.
There is a sales section for the various items produced in this
department as well as literature published by different centres
and also metal stands and photo-folders.
Additional Photos of the Activities of the Centre:
Tattwamandira is the central unit, where religious classes for
the public and scriptural classes for the monastic members are
held regularly, and Jagaddhatri Puja is performed every year.
Computer Training Centre
Junior Technical School
Non-Formal Education Centre
Vocational Training Centre
Rural Development Work
W S A R C H
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This information on Centre's activities is collected from
The General Report of Ramakrishna Math and
Ramakrishna Mission, July 2016.
(From April 2014 to March 2015)