Head Master’s Desk


Read Our School’s Glories History

Dear Friends,
First of all, I would like to Congratulating all the ex-students, present students, their guardians, all the well wishers of Kalna Maharaja’s High School,and also all persons interested in education,
I would like to say a few words on behalf of the management of the school . We visualize in our students future citizens who will be disciplined, rational, free from all prejudices, socially aware and with positive attitude to life. So we constantly strive to impart education on the basis of prescribed syllabus in such a manner that these faculties be developed in our students. We have two well equipped Computer Laboratories , an activity based science learning room and fairly furnished laboratories for Physics, Chemistry, Biological Sciences and Geography.

Recently we have also provided for the students a room for Computer Aided Learning on various subjects of their syllabus with the help of “Scholastic”, Kolkata. To develop the creative faculty of the students we have made arrangements for daily publication of their writings, drawings and paintings on a wall of our school building beside bringing out the school magazine at regular intervals. Students of all classes have to do project works on given topics on different subjects rotationally. A good library is there in our school to help the students acquire more knowledge on some subjects, pass their leisure hours reading books and above all to inculcate in them the habit of reading.

Besides imparting Secondary & Higher Secondary education our school also provides for Vocational Training to interested students. At present it is a Vocational training centre with six trades : — Electronics, Civil and Home Science (Health Care) in the H.S level and Amin Survey, Blood Collection Assistant & Health Worker in VIII+level short term course.

Our school is our approved study center of West Bengal Council of Rabindra Open Schooling for non-formal education in both Madhyamik & Higher Secondary level.

It is also an approved study centre of Sikkim Manipal University , India for MBA, MCA etc courses.

We have been successfully carrying out the Midday Meal Programme of the Govt. of India. Special emphasis is given on regular attendance and good conduct of the students.

Students have to regularly carry out “SafaiAbhijan” to keep their class rooms and the surroundings of their school clean.

The Management is now thinking of providing more opportunities of games and sports to our students than one annual school sports. Consequently our students have participated in All India Subrata Mukherjee Cup Football with great enthusiasm. Inter class football league and Abani Nandi Memorial Inter School Football Tournament have also been revived. For lack of funds the management cannot provide for camps for training in Yogasana for students in spite of their best wishes. Regular training in yogasana is essential for the power of both body and mind.

The brilliant academic performance of the our two students Sri Moonsun Pervez who stood fourth(4th) in the Madhyamik Pariksha 2011 and Sriman Suman Chatterjee , fourth(4th) in the H.S Examination 2011 in our state of Paschimbanga have crowned our school with glory.

To say about major funds and donation received by the School, Sri Biswajit Kundu, an ex- student of our school and now a Member of the Legislative Assembly of Kalna Constituency has been generous enough to allot Rs 3.50 lakh for beautification of the school campus . “Kalna Sweets”, the No 1 in the business of confectionary in our Kalna Town has donated Rs 2 lakh for the construction of an attractive entrance gate for the school. Smt Aparna Majumdar (Chakraborty), wife of Late Kanailal Majumdar, retired teacher of the school and Miss Anima Mondal, daughter of late Amarendra Krishna Mondal have donated Rs 50,000/- and Rs 51,101/- respectively in memory of their deceased husband and father.

To continue the process of development in all respect the school needs more funds. Funds received from the Government and from the students in the form of school fees are not enough. So it is our fervent appeal to all our ex-students , present students, guardians of the students and to our well-wishers and patronisers to come forward with donations, however small they be, to help an almost 150 year old school grow and flourish for ever and ever.