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A SHORT PROFILE OF THE COLLEGE

K.C. Das Commerce College is located within the Guwahati city at a distance of 37 KMS from the Gopinath Bordoloi Airport, Borjhar, Guwahati and 3 KMS from the Guwahati Railway station.

A well known centre of Commerce education in the North-East, it was established on the 7th day of November, 1983. Born out of the untiring efforts of a group of eminent educationists and free thinkers, the preliminary expenses to institute the college was met by the financial assistance given by Sri Ramesh Chandra Chaudhury and the college has been named in the cherished memory of his father, late Keshab Chandra Das, an educationist of repute who was the Inspector of Schools, Assam in the 1930's.

Initially, the college functioned in the evening with one hundred and seven students in the premises of Sonaram H.S & Multipurpose School, Bharalumukh, Guwahati .On the 30th of November,1994, the college was shifted to its permanent site at Chatribari, Guwahati -781008,and since then it became a day college.

The college came under the deficit-grants-in-aid system in the year 1998. At present it has ten departments, viz-Accountancy, Management, Finance, Economics, Mathematics and Statistics, English, Assamese, Hindi, Bengali and Information Technology and it imparts education to more than eighteen hundred students with an efficient and dedicated teaching staff.

The college imparts learning to more than twenty six hundred students with an efficient and dedicated teaching staff.On October 17, 2006, the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) accredited the college at the B+ level (78.20%). KCDCC has developed over the years and is deeply committed in its effort to establish itself as one of the foremost of institutions dedicated to commerce education in the country.

PROFILE OF LATE KESHAB CHANDRA DAS

Late Keshab Chandra Das was born in 1878 in Parakuchi village, District of Kamrup, Assam. He was the only son of Late Tikharam Das who was a farmer. ''Tikha'' in Assamese means steel and the activities of Shri K.C. Das reflects this meaning in the truest form. He was a true son of his father. He was a hard working & brilliant person with a strong moral character.

He completed his primary and middle schooling in the village and then joined Cotton Collegiate High School at Guwahati. He was awarded the B.A. degree in 1906 from the Calcutta University and also completed the Bachelor in Teaching in 1916. He joined the Education Department of the Govt. of Assam as a teacher and retired as Inspector of Schools in 1939.

After retirement he was specially invited by the Govt. to write the Education Manual of Assam which he did with credit. He also rendered valuable social work in the village.

He was known to be a meticulous person, strict disciplinarian, administrator and would not tolerate anything beyond the acceptable norms.

Late K.C. Das was married to Brindabati Das, daughter of a Zaminder of Kamrup District.

Shri Keshab Chandra Das passed away on 13th May, 1950.

PROFILE OF THE DONOR

Sri Ramesh Chandra Chaudhury, son of Late Brindabati Das and Keshab Chandra Das of Village Parakuchi, District Kamrup, Assam was born on 1st October, 1931. He graduated in Engineering from the college of Engineering and Technology, Jadavpur. His career started with a brief stint with the Govt. of Assam and then with German Company Mannesman.

He then started his own Engineering Firm "Mech Technik". "Mech Technik" supplies sophisticated Engineering services to several of the public sector units in Assam. His firm has trained many unskilled youth of Assam and then employed them. Er. Ramesh Chandra Chaudhury is the initial donor member of K. C. Das Commerce College. Opening of K. C. Das Commerce College was the outcome of the efforts of a few eminent educationists and citizens who realised the need for a second Commerce College in Guwahati.

Er. Chaudhury also established a Girls' High School named "Brindabati Das Girls' High School" at Moniari Tiniali, Mirza, District Kamrup in Assam in the year 1988-89. The aim of this endeavour is to make village girls literate and thus empower them. He is the sole financier of the school.

His dedication and sympathy to the under privileged and poor sections is evident from his involvement in social work both in the city as well as in rural areas.

 
 
 
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