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About Supreme Knowledge Foundation

The Institution with adequate built-up space as per AICTE’s norm located in a lush green pollution-free environment of 10.408 acres, away from the din and bustle of city life, and is at a stone’s throw from the railway station "Mankundu". The lush green Campus includes Academic and Administration infrastructure comprising spacious and well lit Class Room equipped with modern teaching aids, Lecture Halls, AC Computer Laboratories, Library, Offices, AC Conference Room, AC Language Laboratories, Medical facilities, Hostels for Boys and Girls including their messing facilities, sports facilities and other allied facilities like parking, garage, store rooms, cafeterias etc. The classrooms are spacious, well ventilated and equipped with teaching aids. Read More

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International Conference (C2E2- 2015)

Report on the 2nd International Conference (C2E2-2015)- Supreme Knowledge Foundation Group of Institutions (SKFGI) hosted the 2nd International conference on “Foundations and Frontiers in Computers, Communications and Electrical Engineering: commemorating 150 years of Maxwell’s Equations” (C2E2-2015) on 9-10 January 2015 sponsored by URSI, IEEE AP-S, IEEE MTT-S, BRNS, DRDO, CSIR-CEERI, DST, State DST, IPR and IEEE (Kolkata). This 2-day conference set a mark and created history in the pages of SKFGI. The 1st day of the conference began at 10:30 am with the prayer song by the college choir. The conference added a new glamour by the presence of three foreign delegates— Professor (Dr.) D V Giri, Adjunct Professor in the University of New Mexico, USA, Professor (Dr.) Tadao Nagatsuma, Department of Systems Innovation, Osaka University, Japan and Professor (Dr.) Tzyh-Guang Ma, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taiwan. Aside these personalities, Professor (Dr.) Rabiranjan Chattopadhyay, Minister–in-charge of Technical Education, Government of West Bengal presided over the function an Professor (Dr.) Tadao Nagatsuma delivered the key note address. The main attraction of the conference was the special dance performance by the differently abled children of Prabartak Sangh, a home for destitute children and shelter for the handicapped, Chandannagar—a vision realized by Mr. B G Mallick, Chairman, Supreme Knowledge Foundation. The conference was attended by a galaxy of scientist, academicians, emeritus professors, delegates and dignitaries from India and abroad. To name a few, Professor N B Chakrabarti IIT Kharagpur, Professor S C Dutta Roy, former professor IIT Delhi, Professor A K Ray, Director IIEST, Shibpur Howrah, Professor P Banerjee, Former scientist NPL, New Delhi, Dr. S N Joshi, Emeritus Scientist, CEERI-Pilani, Dr. L N Joshi Chief Scientist CEERI – Pilani, Professor Bhaskar Gupta, Jadavpur University, Professor Sourangshu Mukhopadhyay Burdwan University, Dr. Rowdra Ghatak NIT, Durgapur and several other academicians from India and abroad. The inaugural function ended with a vote of thanks delivered by Professor T K Sengupta, Chief Technical Director, SKFGI. The 2nd day of the conference began with the plenary session by Dr. S N Joshi and his CEERI Team followed by other invited talks by our dignitaries. The conference attained the pinnacle of success with a huge number of delegates presenting their research papers along with the Students’ Paper contest adjudged by Professor M K Ghosh, Former Professor, IIEST Shibpur. Aside these accomplishments the main highlights of the conference was also the School Students’ quiz competition and oral presentations along with their model exhibitions. More than eighty schools participated in these activities during the two day International conference. The conference concluded with the valedictory talk by Professor Tadao Nagatsuma and the Swami Vivekananda auditorium was bursting at the seams with its packed audience. This conference would not have seen the light of the day, if it was not for the visionary and the living legend of SKFGI—Professor B N Biswas—the stalwart behind all such events held in SKFGI since its inceptions in 2009. May the Institution grow and expand both in size and wisdom today and in the years to come.

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Now Diploma Engineering (Approved by AICTE & Affiliated to WBSCTE) from Academic Session 2015-2016, Stream- Civil Engineering - 60, Mechanical Engineering - 60 at Mankundu Campus. Admission Enquiry-9163321080 / 9830089769/9007783852

Annual Sports Meet 2015

Report on Annual Sports Meet 2015: Like previous years, this year also the Annual Sports Meet had been organized by SKFGI during 8th – 10th February, 2015. In the 1st outdoor category, the 6th Intra-College knockout Cricket Tournament was played during aforementioned dates in which total 26 teams had been participated. In the final of the said tournament on 10th February, 2015, the team Rest of SKFGI (Team of Alumni, Lateral Entries and Teachers) led by Mr. Aritra Acharyya (Department of ECE) defeated the defending champions 3rd year Mechanical Engineering by 9 wickets. The captain of the runner-up team, Mr. Manoj Kumar (3rd year ME) declared as the man of the tournament for his extraordinary all-round performance throughout the tournament. In the final of the 2nd outdoor category, i.e. the knockout Badminton Tournament (women’s singles), Ms. Sonali Banerjee of 4th year ECE defeated Ms. Ankita Mondal of 4th year ECE in straight sets (2 – 0) and won the championship. In the indoor categories of the sports meet, knock out Table Tennis (both men’s singles and doubles) and Carrom (both men’s singles and doubles) Tournaments were organized. The final results of the aforementioned outdoor tournaments are as follows: (A) Table Tennis (Men’s Doubles) Champions: Arka Samanta and Arunavo Chatterjee (ECE 4th Yr.) Runners-Up: Adrish Bhattacharya and Niladri Dutta (ECE 4th Yr.) (B) Table Tennis (Men’s Singles) Champion: Adrish Bhattacharya (ECE 4th Yr.) Runner-Up: Arunavo Chatterjee (ECE 4th Yr.) (C) Carrom (Men’s Doubles) Champions: Arpan Ganguly (ECE 4th Yr.) and Avishek Mukherjee (AEIE 4th Yr.) Runners-Up: Anirban Tah and Sourav Sarkar (ECE 3rd Yr.) (D) Carrom (Men’s Singles) Champion: Jaki Afzal (CE 1st Yr.) Runner-Up: Saikat Nandy (EE 4th Yr.) Shri Bholanath Guin (Arjuna Award winner in the year 1973 for both Kabaddi and Weightlifting) was felicitated by SKFGI during the prize distribution ceremony of the Annual Sports Meet on 10th February, 2015. In his speech, he mentioned the importance of sport activities in student life for building the character of a person and also encouraged the young students to practice Athletics, Kabaddi, Weightlifting, etc. as well as other popular outdoor games like Cricket, Football, etc. regularly. He distributed the trophies and medals to the students at the end of the prized distribution ceremony.

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To be able to face the challenges Supreme Knowledge Foundation Group of Institutions is born with a mission to initiate innovative teaching and to emphasize on faculty's research-productivity in order to inject creativity among the students in an atmosphere soaked with the fragrance of creativity and critical thinking.

The goal is set through a monolithic approach of educating the students in a tutor-and tutee environment that helps them to develop their intellectual, emotional, spiritual and physical powers in an atmosphere soaked with the fragrance of research (creativity and critical thinking). ..more

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