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Heritage in Education since 1920

The George Telegraph Training Institute was established in 1920 to arrest the rising tide of unemployment by providing job- oriented training, tailored to the requirement of industry.

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Group Affiliation & Approvals

University of Calcutta
West Bengal University of Technology (WBUT)
National Council For Teacher Education (NCTE)
Bar Council of India

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Training and Teaching Methodology

Our training is conducted through standardized syllabi, which are revised annually to keep pace with the changing demands in education. We are committed to the evolving method of learner centric education as opposed to the traditional teacher centric mode.

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Hostel Facilities

If you enroll at The George College, you can avail of convenient bus pick-up and drop-off services to ease your commuting hassles. The girls and boys hostels are different buildings in separate locations and these are manned by wardens.

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The George College is a premier academic and research institution today, offering quality employment to thousands of job-seekers through career-oriented training. At this institute, students can hope to obtain career oriented education that will enhance their employability and open the doors to myriad job opportunities.

Our Journey through the Years…

  • The George Telegraph Institute came about in 1920 to deliver career-oriented training to job aspirants. In keeping with this mission, the institute presently trains more than 15,000 students across fifty centers spread over West Bengal, Assam, Meghalaya, Tripura and Jharkhand.
  • George College was founded in 2001 as an affiliated institution of the West Bengal University of Technology to offer an academic destination for candidates preparing for job requirements in different industries.
  • George College of Management and Science came about in 2003 near Taratala, Maheshtala, and Budge Budge Trunk Road (South West Kolkata). This institute is affiliated to the WBUT and offers full-time Bachelor Degree Courses in different professional fields.
  • George School of Law at Konnagar, Hooghly, is affiliated to the University of Calcutta and is the recent most addition to the institute’s illustrious heritage, offering students 5-year B.A.L.L.B. Programmes. This legal institution started conducting courses from 2012 and is recognized by the Bar Council of India.
  • George College (Department of Education) was founded as a composite campus in 2015. This institute offers a 2-year B.Ed. programme and is affiliated to West Bengal University of Teacher's Training Education Planning and Administration (WBUTTEPA). It also offers a 2-year D.EI.Ed. Programme recognized by the W.B. Board of Primary Education. Both these courses have been recognized by NCTE.
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Our Focus

George College provides education to empower the student to recognize and optimize their full potential; to achieve personal standards of excellence in academic work as well as in supportive areas of physical, cultural and social development, inculcating civic and human values.

Our Dream

George College was established with the vision of creating an ideal learner-centric environment wherein the youth would be groomed mentally, physically and psychologically to the requirements of modern Indian industry.

Our Target

George College will continuously Introduce degree level courses focussed on the emerging areas of opportunity so that our students are able to develop into enterprise managers of the future.

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News & Events

Debate over Demonetisation

On 8 November 2016, the Indian Government announced the demonetisation of all Rs.500 and Rs. 1,000 banknotes. The government claimed that the action would curtail the shadow economy and crack down on the use of illicit and counterfeit cash to fund illegal activity and terrorism.
Students of George College of Management and Science, Chalkmir campus participated in a debate on demonetisation

15th March, 2017
Basanta Utsav celebration in the College Campus

The famous Indian poet Rabindranath Tagore introduced Basant Utsav or Spring festival in Shantiniketan, Birbhum to recreate the magic of the joyous festival Holi. It is now an integral part of Bengali culture. Basanta Utsav celebration in the campus of George College Department of Education at Mollargate, Maheshtala, presented by B.Ed and D.El.Ed students

11th March, 2017