Started elsewhere in Kolkata in 1916, the centre was shifted to its present site at Belgharia in 1953.
- A hostel for poor and meritorious college students, with a library and a prayer hall. Out of the 112 boarders, 69 were maintained free of all charges this year.
- Shilpapitha, a government-sponsored polytechnic which offers three-year diploma courses in civil, mechanical, electrical and electronics & telecommunication engineering. It had 751 students during the year. It has a separate library with 25,723 books and 10 periodicals and newspapers, mostly on the engineering subjects.
- A public library (with 16,935 books and 39 periodicals and newspapers) and a reading room.
- A weekly homeopathic dispensary (2564 patients treated).
- Sixteen free coaching centres in different parts of West Bengal.
- Four units of Gadadhar Abhyudaya Prakalpa with 260 poor children.
- A small publication department with three reprints (total titles:12) and a blood donation camp in which 111 units of blood was collected.
- Welfare work by way of serving cooked food to poor people once a week.
Activities at the ancestral house of Swami Vijnanananda (a monastic disciple of Sri Ramakrishna): daily worship, religious classes and a weekly charitable homeopathic dispensary (1543 patients treated).