Netaji Subhas Ashram Mahavidyalaya
Affiliated by Sidho Kanho Birsha University
Suisa : Purulia : West Bengal
ESTD : 1985
Netaji Subhas Ashram Mahavidyalaya is a West Bengal Government Aided, Degree College Affiliated to Sidho-Kanho-Birsha University and recognized by UGC Under Section 2(f) and 12 (B). The institution is located in Bagmundi block, which is very backward socially and economically. The local people of Bagmundi have immense contribution for construction of the college. The College was established in 1985. The college originally started functioning in Netaji Subhas Ashram Hostel with 43 students (41 boys & 2 girls) and 6 professors in permanent post. Initially the college received students from neighbouring villages only, which ultimately grew to above one thousand students including the students from faraway places! Historically the place by and large belongs to backward communities. Hence, the college effectively serves the interests of the backward communities, poor students, and so on.
The institution is situated at suisa village of Baghmundi block of Purulia district of West Bengal. J.L. number of the village is 8. It is located at 23° 11′54′′ North Latitude and 85°54′19′′ East Longitude. Total area of the college is 21.97 bigha. It is located at an altitude of 218 metre above mean sea level. Physiographically, Raydi is a highland area and is uneven which descends from the Ranchi plateau. It has a sub-tropical climate nature and is characterized by high evaporation and low precipitation. Temperature is very high in summer and low in winter. The relative humidity is high in monsoon season. The village experiences four distinct seasons. The winter season from December to February records the mean minimum temperature as low as 10° C. The summer season from March to May records the highest mean maximum temperature (40° C) is recorded in the month of April.  The monsoon season is the longest from June until September. The rainfall in the area is erratic with occasional drought in between two rainy periods. The village receives most of its rainfall from the south-west monsoon winds. On an average the village receives 13 cm rainfall in a year. More than 81 per cent of the rainfall is received within 4 months from June to September. Winter months are almost dry.