Teaching Staff

Dr. Aloke Kumar Chattopadhyay

  • M.A, Ph.D
  • H.O.D and Associate Professor
  • Medieval Indian History, Economic History of Bengal

  • aloxc@yahoo.co.in

Dr. Indranil Chattopadhyay

  • M.A, Ph.D
  • Assistant Professor
  • Modern Indian History, Ancient Indian History and Modern Drama and Society

  • samay.chatterjee@gmail.com

Md. Mainul Islam

  • MA (History), MA (Education), B.Ed
  • Assistant Professor
  • Nineteenth Century Bengal, Communal Politics in Bengal

  • mainul3484@gmail.com

Md. Nasiruddin Ahemed

  • M.A., B.Ed
  • Assistant Professor
  • Medieval Indian History, Medieval Bengal, Economic History of Modern India

  • nasiruddinahmed07@gmail.com

• Strong teacher-student interaction exists in the department.
• Students seminars on relevant topics are organized each year.
• Special lectures by eminent faculties are arranged regularly.
• Last year a One day ‘Foundation Course’ for 1st Year students was organized by the department in collaboration with A.P.C. College, Bhairab Ganguly College, Mrinalini Dutta Mahavidyapith, Sarojini Naidu College for Women.
• The Department has a Seminar Library of its own which furnishes books for the Honours and general students.
• Apart from the Traditional tools Power point presentation is used as a modern teaching aid.
• One-day visit to the International History & Heritage Exhibition at Barisha Sabarna Roy Choudhury House was organized by the department on 07.02.2018.

The teachers of this Department have shown keen interest in research activities and published a number of articles in different journals.
• Dr. Aloke Kumar Chattopadhyay’s area of research is “The Bengali Mahajan: Their Economic Activities and Social Origin in Colonial Bengal.
• Dr. Indranil Chattopadhyay has worked on Quit India Movement in Undivided Northern Bengal. His current interest is Environmental History of India.
• Md. Mainul Islam is presently working on Social Structure of Bengali Muslims in Nineteenth Century Bengal.
• Md. Nasiruddin Ahemed is interested to research in Socio-religious History of Medieval Bengal.

• The department is all set to start the post graduation course in History.
• The department has a plan to publish a journal of its own where the teachers, research scholars and the students will contribute articles on different challenging social problems. It would be an important medium to develop students’ writing skills and teachers’ research potential.
• To organize a departmental club in collaboration with the ex-students of the department for training and equipping the students for their future advancement and entry in service sectors after completion of their honours and masters in History.
• The department is actively considering a research proposal on “Environmental History of Ancient India” to be placed at the disposal of ICSSR, New Delhi.