Flower Flower

Vision & Mission


The lamp of learning in the logo of the college was notionally lighted by Kaviguru Rabindranath Tagore during his two-night’s stay in the present room no. 4 of the college building (the then garden house of the zamindar of Ramgarh) in his short sojourn to Midnapore town for inaugurating Vidyasagar Smriti Mandir on 16th December, 1939. The college building was also blessed with the touch of the lotus-feet of many legendary persons, viz. Tarasankar Bandopadhyay, Amiya Chakraborty,  Kshitimohan Sen Shastri, Sajani Kanta Das, Sir Yadunath Sarkar, Krishna Kripalani, Ramananda Chattopadhyay, Anil Kumar Chanda, Sudha Kanta Roy Chowdhury, Raghubir Singha, Bajendranath Bandopadhyay, Pabitra Gangopadhyay, Nalini Kanta Sarkar, Radhakomal Singha, Sati Debi, Jaya Das, Bijoya Das, Hasi Mukhopadhyay, Sagarmoy Ghosh, Sujit Ranjan Roy, Anadi Ghosh Dastidar and the like.


The inheritance of such a pristine glory determined the vision of the college at the time of its actual inception in the building and has successfully guided it to blossom out into a multidisciplinary college in the last six decades or so.  And it is easily discernible in the changing name of the college from “College of Commerce” to “Kaibalyadayini College of Commerce” and finally to “K. D. College of Commerce and General Studies”. Thus, rooted in Tagore, the academic vision of the college is one of materialising the words of the bard – “The highest education is that which does not merely give us information, but makes our life in harmony with all existence”. Our college envisages the systematic promotion, expansion and implementation of that kind of education the cultivation of which flowers one with the acquisition of knowledge and skill and with “the manifestation of the perfection already in man” (as envisioned by Swami Vivekananda), leading to the progress of mankind and the prosperity of society.               



      · To provide quality education to all students,

· To attain new heights of teaching-learning, research and extension activities,

· To boost up the co-curricular and extra-curricular knack of students,   

· To impart value-added education and scientific knowledge,

· To inculcate creative and critical spirit in students,

· To infuse in students the sense of liberty, equality, fraternity, democracy and nationalism,

· To fortify the backward students from the areas of nearby Jungle Mahal with proper education and skill,

· To uplift students from Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, Other Backward Classes and minority communities upon a solid foundation of prosperity and secularism,

· To empower the girl-students by imparting them higher education and knowledge,

      · To cater to the needs of physical, vital, mental, intellectual and spiritual growth of all