Institutional Best Practices
Free Medical Check-up:
The college arranges for weekly medical consultations for the students and staff, through engagement of services of Dr Suchandra Das, M.B.B.S. (Cal), Regn No. 39671 WBMC, against remuneration of Rs. 1500/- per visit. Her kind medical advice is also available beyond the scope of weekly services, especially during any emergency situations. The college is also pro–active on issues of female health and hygiene. The college has a well- equipped infirmary, provides health cards to students and organises medical camps for health check up of the students.
Annual Prize Sponsored by Teachers’ Council:
An Annual Prize for ‘The Best Student of the Year’, sponsored by the Teachers’ Council of the college and instituted in the memory of Sri Muralidhar Bandhopadhyay (the father founder of our college), after whom the college has been named, is given in the Annual Social to a student who shows exceptional excellence in the spheres of academics, extra –curricular activities and regularity of attendance in class. The prize includes a memento, a certificate and a cheque for an amount of Rs 4000/-.
Morning library service:
The morning library remains open from 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Students are highly benefited as they can issue books for reading and taking notes. They also get the facility of photocopying their necessary study materials at a reduced cost from the college itself. They use their library card to access the library. A Register is kept in the library for entering their name and time whenever they visit the library.
Promote Eco-friendly Campus:
The authorities of the college and stakeholders are eager to make the college campus Eco-friendly. There is always endeavour to maintain a sprawling green campus. The College promotes regular programmes like plantation, gardening, environmental awareness programmes etc. and this is considered as one of the best institutional practices in the district.
Muralidhar Girls’ College Student Co-operative Credit Limited:
Muralidhar Girls' College Students' Co-operative is a registered body, bearing registration no. 78/cal of 1966, duly registered under Bengal Societies Cooperative Act 1940 (Bengal Act XXI of 1940). The cooperative is the operational body behind Muralidhar Girls' College Students' Cooperative Stores Ltd that is located inside the college campus. Admission fees for the cooperative is Rs 95/-, while the value of each share is Rs 5/-. The store accepts orders of books from students of MGC as well as other colleges and offers the purchasers a discount of 10%- 30%. The store also accepts orders for instruments of practical based subjects like geography, botany etc.
High band width structured LAN, Wi-Fi, internet facility allows for access to and sharing of e-content amongst students and teachers. The college has an electronic data processing unit (EDP)which provides curricular facilities to the students. All lab and non–lab based subjects are interconnected through LAN. Syllabus based e–contents prepared by the teachers are regularly uploaded in the website, while computerised library with Wi-Fi zone, computer access points for students and teachers, digital photocopier machine, online access to NLIST and library catalogue ensures widespread accessibility for all. The college also provides computer and digital technology based certificate courses. Creation of Smart Classroom using Smart board, Computer to make the Teaching-Learning process more interactive and existence of digital media laboratory for creation, editing of e-contents, project works, data collection and analysis, documentary film making (with sound-recording facility), and composing contents for college/departmental magazines aim towards making the college technologically up –to –date.
Environmental Consciousness and Alternative Energy Initiatives:
Solar power panel has been installed at the rooftop of the college since 2016. It generates 25kv per unit from each solar panel. In the session 2019-20, near about 27 to 43 percent of the power requirement of the college is met by the utilisation of the renewable energy sources and almost 30 to 47 percent of money is being saved by the college because of the installation of the solar power panel. Moreover, since 2016 Roof Top Rain Water Harvesting project is undertaken by the college. Rain Water Harvesting is still used to supplement the main water supply. It provides a substantial benefit for both water supply & management of waste water as well. Sustainable waste management strategy has been taken up by the college. Different containers have been placed for collecting different types of wastes.