Women empowerment through quality education has been the
prime motto of Khairun Nessa Begum Women’s college since
its inception. The sole purpose of establishing this
college is to make way for girl students who strive to
pursue higher education despite all odds. In Barak
valley, this is the only private women’s college
affiliated with Assam Central University catering to
students from rural and poor background. Many students
from not-so-well socio-economic background have been
studying in our college with the help of special
consideration made by ERD Foundation.
The College has successfully completed two years
of service and it has a very satisfactory report card.
In higher secondary examination students from both
Science and Arts stream have come out with flying
colours. Not only this, students from Degree classes
have outstanding performance in Honours subjects.
We believe education without values is
meaningless for society. At KBWC, we encourage students
to inculcate good principles of modesty, compassion,
tolerance and peace. The huge KBWC library is full of
valuable books, both textbooks and references,
periodical, magazines and newspapers. There is special
arrangement of photocopying for students also. As the
proverb goes, teachers are the backbone of any society,
we are fortunate to have skilled, experienced and
dedicated faculty. They try hard to serve each student
individually and to bring out the maximum potential out
At present, the college hostel accommodates more
than seventy students. Number of hostel boarders is
increasing every year. So as to cope up with increasing
demand from parents, construction of a new hostel
building is going on and will be completed very soon.
Our clean and green hostel campus away from the din and
bustle of city life is ideal for students to learn the
lessons of life.
We, the KBWC family, stress on holistic
development. With all our efforts we try to instill in
our students a passion for learning and understanding
that will help to make positive contribution to the
society they live in. We are hopeful of positive change