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Facts and Highlights

First Board of Trustee

Sri Anandamohan Basu
Sri Krishnagovinda Gupta
Sri Satyendra Prasanna Sinha
Sri Kalinarayan Roy
Sri Shibnath Shahstri
Sri Nilratan Sircar
Sri Prankrishna Acharya

First Managing Committee

Secretary: Ex Officio Post (Secretary of Brahmo Samaj)
Assistant Secretary: Srimati Labanyaprabha Basu (sister of Sri Jagadish Chandra Basu)

Members: Sri Upendrakishore Roy Chowdhury
                Sri Madhusudan Sen
                Sri Adinath Chattopadhyay
                Sri Shibnath Shashtri

Freedom Fighters Passed from this School

Srimati Jyotirmoyee Gangopadhyay
Srimati Shatisudha Ghosh
Srimati Shovarani Dutta
Srimati Phulrenu Guha
Srimati Amiya Sengupta
Srimati Jyotirmoyee Basu and many more..

Leading Lights in Cultural Field

Literature
Dr. Rama Chowdhury
Srimati Nalini Das (Chakraborty)
Srimati Bani Roy
Dr. Dipti Tripathy
Srimati Jaya Mitra
Srimati Manasi Barua

Music
Srimati Sahana Devi
Srimati Malati Ghosal
Srimati Shanti Dutta (Barbara)
Srimati Anima Ghosh (Das Gupta)
Srimati Enakshi Chattopadhyay
Srimati Sija Roy
Srimati Sumita Basu
Srimati Arundhati Roy Chowdhury

Acting
Srimati Kankabati Devi
Srimati Chandrabati Devi
Srimati Sheila Haldar
Srimati Keya Chakraborty
Srimati Urmimala Basu

Dancing
Srimati Anita Mallik

Prominent Head of the Institutions

Sri Harakanta Basu (1892)
Sri Sashibhusan Basu (1894-1901)
Sri Baradakanta Basu (1901-1906)
Srimati Prabha Roy (1906-1907)
Mrs. Ratcleiff (1907)
Srimati Rajkumari Das (1907-16 & 1919)
Srimati Swarnalata Das (1917-1918 & 1919-1921)
Srimati Basanti Chakraborty (Mitra) (1919-1921)
Srimati Jyotirmoyee Gangopadhyay (1922-1923)
Srimati Sunitibala Gupta (1924-1925)
Miss Florence Sekar (1926-1958)
Srimati Shanta Dev (temporarily in 1935-1936 during the foreign visit of Miss Sekar)
Srimati Suphala Roy (1959-1966)
Srimati Sita Roy (1966-1993)

Prominent Students of Early Years

Srimati Kumudini Basu (Mitra)
Sri Sukumar Mitra
Sri Jyotindramohan Sengupta
Sri Debendramohan Basu
Srimati Sukhalata Rao (Roy)
Srimati Basanti Chakravarty (Mitra)
Sri Sukumar Roy
Sri Premankur Atarthee
Sri Prabhat Chandra Gangopadhyay
Srimati Punyalata Chakraborty
Sri Jyotishchandra Sen
Sri Subinoy Roy
Sri Debaprasad Ghosh

Prominent Students of Modern Era

Srimati Sophia kaji
Srimati Sujata Roy
Srimati Sushania Kulavi (Chakraborty)
Srimati Shantibala Sen (Roy)
Srimati Shantisudha Ghosh
Srimati Shanta Choudhury (Dev)
Srimati Kamala Dasgupta
Srimati Santana Basak
Srimati Bela Sen (Das)
Srimati Rama Chowdhury
Srimati Suprava Chowdhury (Dutta)
Dr. Binapani Mukhopadhyay
Srimati Bani Roy
Srimati Nalini Das (Chakrabarty)
Srimati Manisha Sen
Srimati Phulrenu Guha
Srimati Gita Mukhopadhyay
Srimati Pranati Basak
Srimati Shanti Dutta (Barbara)
Srimati Mamata Bandopadhyay (Saha)
Dr. Kalyani Pramanik (Mitra)
Dr. Dipti Tripathi (Sanyal)
Dr. Nilima Choudhury (Majumdar)
Dr. Nirmalprabha Chalitha
Dr. Anjali Mukhopadhyay
Dr. Devi Chakrabarty (Mukhopadhyay)

 
DO YOU KNOW ?
   
First Lady Head of the Institution was Srimati Prabha Roy (July 1906-1907).  
 
  The name of the first Head of the Institution of BBS is not in records. Harakanta Basu was the Head of the Institution for 2 months in 1892.
 
  Srimati Sophia Kazi, the first Indian Muslim girl to pass Matriculation and  B.A examination  passed from this school in 1908.  
 
  Brahmo Balika Shikshalaya shifted from rented house to its own building in 1906.  
 
  During World war II, the school building was requisitioned by Government for military purpose. School was shifted to Madhupur, Jharkhand between 1942-1945 and later to Jharia house at Midnapur.    
 
  Lady Abala Basu was the secretary of this school for 16 long years (1910-1936). She was the wife of Acharya jagadish Chandra Basu.    
 
  Shivnath Shastri laid the foundation of a new school building in 1914. It was named after Durgamohan Das, one of the founders and was inaugurated by Sri Shastri on 8th July, 1916.    
 
  The old building was later replaced by a new one called "Anandamohan Bhawan" inaugurated by Acharya Jagadishchandra Basu on 2nd April, 1928. This building houses the school hostel and Mary Carpenter Hall.    
 

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