Department of Botany:


Department of Botany started its journey from 2002 as a general degree subject. At that time, the college was under University of Calcutta. Now it is under West Bengal State University, Barasat. The population of the district (24 Parganas, North) is ever increasing. There is no local degree college with Botany as honours subject within 5 KM radius from this college. The demand of local students for higher education in science stream becomes considerably multiplied. Honours degree in botany started in 2011-2012 academic session. We have three classrooms, one with LCD, a herbarium and a museum. The subject Botany is the basic platform to study molecular level of biological world such as biotechnology, biochemistry, microbiology etc.



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Dr. Arindam Mukherjee CV

M.Sc., Ph.D.

Associate Professor and HOD

Cytogenetics and Plant Breeding


Dr. Arpita Bala

M.Sc., Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

Plant Biotechnology


Dr. Atreyee Sinha CV

M.Sc., Ph.D.


Pteridology and Palaeobotany


Smt. Paramita Sengupta



Environmental Botany and Pollution Management


Dr. Anindita Nan CV

M.Sc., Ph.D.,



Mycology and Plant Pathology, Ethnobotany


Dr. Reshmi Chatterjee

M. Sc., Ph.D. (DST)


Palaeobotany, Palynology, Pharmacognosy, Ethnobotany


Technical Staff:


Sri Biplob Bose, Laboratory Assistant


Departmental Highlights:


Organized UGC sponsored National Conference on "Biodiversity: Interrelationship between Flora, Fauna and Human" in 2013 jointly with the departments of Zoology, Botany and Anthropology, West Bengal State University.


Dr. Arindam Mukherjee completed Minor Research Project granted by UGC amounting of Rs. 0.57 lakhs.


A strong focus on quality teaching with the help of modern teaching aids.


Infrastructure with well equipped labs and museum.


Highly qualified, experienced, and dedicated faculty.


Well equipped laboratory to promote regular practical classes as well as active research work.


Free access for faculty to e-resources through INFLIBNET.


Teachers are actively involved in research creating a very suitable academic ambience.


Student-Teacher interaction is very healthy and productive (Wall magazine, Field work, Farewell programme, Teacher's Day, Nabin Baran and Cultural programmes).