Why Women's College?
In order to break the barriers in female education especially for the downtrodden rural women from minority communities the foundation has decided to set up Khairun Nessa Begum Women’s College. Whereas the minority women literacy rate in Assam is only 40% and accordingly women’s participation is also very less in higher education. This decision of the foundation is encouraged by the recommendations made by the Committee on Girls’ Education, Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India.
If we educate a male; we educate an individual, but if we educate a female; we educate a generation.
“Our vision is of a world where all girls are empowered through quality education to realize their full potentialities & responsibilities so that they can contribute to becoming a successful family manager & in the process make the society a better place to live”.
Library view @ KBWC0:16
Campus walk @ KBWC0:16
A Glimpse @ KBWC0:16
Overcoming all the barriers of female education, girls of Khairun Nessa Begum Women’s College, Bardarpur have come out with flying colours in the TDC Final Examination-2022 conducted by Assam University Silchar. The KNB Women’s college has earned the glory of becoming the best performing college with the highest pass percentage among all the 55 affiliated colleges under Assam University in the recently declared results.