World Environment Day is the opportunity for everyone to realize the responsibility to care for the Earth and to become agents of change. World Environment Day is celebrated each year on 5th June. Mathabhanga College Alumni Association every year celebrates World Environment Day with great pomp and fervor in support to the environment with planting of saplings, an initiative taken by the Secretary Sri Niren Barman along with the other members of the Association in the College premises. In lieu of this, students were inspired and motivated to plant more trees in and around their own surroundings contributing to a healthier and cleaner society which in turn will make a greener Earth.
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The Bratachari (from vrata in Bengali meaning vow Bengali: ব্রতচারী আন্দালন) was a movement for spiritual and social improvement in India initiated by Gurusaday Dutt in 1932. The movement aimed to raise the self-esteem and national awareness of people of undivided India regardless of their religion, caste, sex or age. It was a comprehensive programme of physical, mental, and intellectual culture, based on folk traditions of physical exercise, art, dance, drama, music, singing and social service. The Bratacharis undertake to perform good deeds, strengthen fellowship and develop the mind and body through dance. Mathabhanga College Alumni Association organized Bratachari Programme on 7 th March 2020 to 17th March 2020 in the college premises. Sri Chandrakanta DebSingha was the key performer of this programme. Students of different discipline participate in this programme Sri Niren Barman; Secretary of Mathabhanga College Alumni Association expressed his pleasure to arrange such a beautiful programme.
Students of schools and colleges these days are so deeply indulged in their academics and focused in making their careers, that they often forget the importance of legal awareness in their lives. Legal aid program can bring self awareness among the students and can spread such awareness in their society. Mathabhanga College Alumni Association organized a Legal Awareness Camp on offence against women and children on 20th August 2019 in the college premises. Sri Sukumar Roy, District Judge, Coochbehar was the main speaker of the Programme. The Programme was inaugurated by Sri Jitin Yadav, SDO, Mathabhanga. In his short lecture he described the importance of legal awareness in modern life. Sri Sukumar Roy delivered his brief lecture on the various aspect of legal awareness in our society. The programme ended with vote of thanks from the Secretary of Alumni Association Sri Niren Barman.
Mathabhanga College Alumni Association, held a felicitation programme as Kriti Sambardhana, students for their brilliant results in BA, BSc, BCom Honours Category of Mathabhanga College on 9 th August 2019. Students are felicitated with a memento and a Pen. Teacher in Charge of Mathabhanga College, Dr. SK Jha briefly discuss about the importance of this type of programme to boost the morality of students towards carrier enhancement. Dr. Amit Kundu and Prof. Rebati Mohan Roy also discuss about needs and long-lasting effect of this type of programme among students. All the honorable members appreciated the efforts of Mathabhanga College Alumni Association arrange such a successful programme. Students express their happiness after receiving the awards.
In addition Alumni Association arranged annual get together programme, but due to pandemic situation get-together programme of 2020-2021 and 2021-2022 seasons are deferred.