28.06.2016 : Two-day Workshop on 30th June - 1st July.
Due to unavoidable circumstances, the workshop on 'Application of statistical technique in research methodology', scheduled to be held on 30th June - 1st July 2016, has been temporarily postponed. The final dates of the workshop will be notified soon
27.11.2015 : Revised Self-Study Report
The College has an illustrious history and pedigree which it shares with the two other sister institutions: Vidsagar College and Vidyasagar College for Women.
In 1859, when Pandit Iswarchandra Vidyasagar became the President of the Managing Committee of the Calcutta Training School, it paved the way for the Metropolitan Institution established in 1860. The growth of the Institution led to its affiliation to Calcutta University for Arts only on January 1st, 1872. In 1917 it was renamed Vidyasagar College. Since then the College has witnessed a rapid growth; subsequently its academic curriculum expanded with the formal beginning of the Commerce Department in 1922 and the Morning Section for Women in 1931. The Commerce Department of the College has the distinction of being the oldest commerce teaching Department in India. In 1928 it acquired the affiliation to the B. Com. Course (under the University of Calcutta). In 1951 a separate wing of the College, devoted to Commerce teaching in the evening shift, was established owing to the rapid growth of the Department in terms of faculty and student strength. The evening section emerged as an independent entity with a separate Governing Body in 1961 bearing the name Vidyasagar Evening College and since then the College is being run with the mission of disseminating knowledge to a cross section of students, especially to those who are constrained to work during the day to support themselves and their families...