HISTORY OF NCP
North Calcutta Polytechnic
The origin of North Calcutta Polytechnic was Donbosco Polytechnic that started in the Year 1963 as a State Govt. sponsored Polytechnic, Salesian Society of Northern India with their office at Don Bosco School, Calcutta, purchased 22 bighas of land at 15, Gobinda Mondal Lane, Cossipore, Calcutta with an idea to run a polytechnic. Sri A.C.Sen, the Chief Inspector of Technical Education, Govt. of West Bengal came forward to encourage the idea and approved the plan in the year 1960-61. Green signal from the Govt. was received for constructions of the building and workshops.
On the 16th October 1976, the Government of West Bengal has taken over the Institution and its staff under the direct control of the Government and Sri. S.K.Hore joined as Principal.Some eminent teachers and non-teaching staff were Sri. A. Konch, Sri D.N.Ghosh, Sri P.K.Ghose, and Mr. M.K.Bose. The Institution has its golden heritage in teaching for more than 50 years and produced many brilliant students who are now serving throughout the country & abroad and taking initiative for technological development of the nation.
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