Ramakrishna Mission Siksha Mandir, Sarisha

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Ramakrishna Mission Siksha Mandir, Sarisha
Ramakrishna Mission
Motto "Atmano mokshartham jagad hitaya cha," — "For one's own salvation, and for the welfare of the world
Type Semi-residential Bengali Medium Higher secondary school
Established 1921
Students 1113
Location Sarisha, South 24 Parganas, near Kolkata, India
Affiliations West Bengal Board of Secondary Education

The Ramakrishna Mission Siksha Mandir, Sarisha or Sarisha Ramakrishna Mission Siksha Mandir is a semi-residential Bengali Medium, premium higher secondary school in Sarisha, in South 24 Parganas near Kolkata, India.[1] It was established in 1921.[2] It is affiliated with the West Bengal Board of Secondary Education.[3]

About Sarisha RKMSM[edit]

Sarisha Ramakrishna Mission Siksha Mandir was founded on 1921, in a small village named Sarisha, mainly for education of the villagers, and now it is a well known Higher Secondary School with 1113 students. It has hostel for about 170 boys, studying on 5 to class 10, huge playground, featuring football, cricket and volley ball and other indoor games.The school is one of the best school in the sub- division of Diamond Harbour.

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  1. ^ Autonomy for Mission twins - Presidency College misses the bus. Calcutta: the Telegraph. Retrieved 9 August 2012.
  2. ^ Ramakrishna Mission Siksha Mandir. Punjab Colleges. Retrieved August 2012.
  3. ^ Ramakrishna Mission Siksha Mandir. India Study. Retrieved 9 August 2012.

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