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West Bengal College and University Teachers' Association, the oldest organisation of college and university teachers in India traces its history since 1926. In 1926 India was still a single country and Bengal, the area of which is now divided between the sovereign republic of Bangladesh and the Indian state of West Bengal, was an Indian province. In 1926 the name of the association was All Bengal College and University Teachers' Association.

The new association attracted the cream of the intelligentsia of Bengal which at that time was the educational and cultural capital of India. The founder president of the association was Acharya P.C. Roy, a famous scientist. He was succeeded by Dr. S. Radhakrishnan ,who later on became the President of India.

Secretary's Desk
Press Release Bengali on 05.07.2017
Press Release Bengali on 04.07.2017
Letter to UGC-Graded Autonomy on 14.06.17
Letter to Prin Secy., Higher Edu on 30.05.17
Letter to MIC Higher Education on 17.05.17
Circulars
Circular No. 9/2017, dated: 01.07.2017
Circular No. 8/2017, dated: 25.04.2017
Circular No. 7/2017 New , dated: 17.04.17
Circular No. 7/2017, dated: 17.04.2017
AIFUCTO Circular on PRC, dated: 06.03.2017
Govt Order
Grant of Ad-hok bonus for PTT on 13.07.17
Notice_1 from High Edu. Deptt. on 19.04.17
Notice_2 from High Edu. Deptt. on 19.04.17
Education Act Notification on 31.03.2017
UGC Gazette on 10.04.2017
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