Raja Peary Mohan College

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Raja Peary Mohan College
Raja Peary Mohan College logo.jpg
Established 20th June, 1887
Type Government College
Principal Dr. Milan Kumar Pal
Location

Uttarpara, West Bengal, India

22°39′21″N 88°20′57″E / 22.65583°N 88.34917°E / 22.65583; 88.34917Coordinates: 22°39′21″N 88°20′57″E / 22.65583°N 88.34917°E / 22.65583; 88.34917
Campus Urban
Affiliations University of Calcutta
Website RPMCollege.org

Raja Peary Mohan College[1] is a general purpose college in Hooghly District of West Bengal, India under the University of Calcutta.[2] It offers intermediate and undergraduate level courses in various arts, sciences and commerce subjects.[3] The college a popular institution for undergraduate study in the neighborhood of Uttarpara, the Hooghly district, Howrah and the North 24 Parganas. The college was established in 1881 by late Raja Joy Krishna Mukherjee (who was the father of Raja Peary Mohan Mukherjee), a leading social reformer and educationist of colonial Bengal, when it was under the British rule.

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