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It is the place where legendary Mani Shankar Mukherjee spent much of his childhood.
Jagacha Police Station is located here. Government of India Press, Santragachi as well as a massive residential complex of central government employees popularly known as Press Quarter is located here.
Railway quarters in formal Anglo Indian Colony Sahebpara is a place of interest.
Jagacha Shakti Sangha is a major local organisation with many facilities for local youth that organizes various events throughout the year.
Jagacha was a hub of iron and small engineering industry which has lost its glory.
The medium of instruction is Bengali, English or Hindi. There are three schools in Jagacha, Jagacha High School, Kendriya Vidyalaya Santragachi and Jagacha Girls High School. There is a Computer Training School Jigacha Smile Welfare Society Vocational Training Institute for Computer and Soft Skill ( Central Gov. Recognize (NCVT) ) at Jagacha Arabindo Sangha.
- "Yahoo maps location of Jagacha". Yahoo maps. Retrieved 2008-12-07.
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