Tufanganj Nripendra Narayan Memorial High School, the oldest educational institution in the sub division, situates in the heart of the town with a glorious past in its credit. It is named in memory of Nripendra Narayan, the then maharaja of Cooch Behar. His son, Jitendra Narayan Bhup Bahadur, a patron of education laid its foundation in the year 1916. Now, it is a full fledged secondary school with two streams (General and Vocational) in its higher secondary section and has devotedly been working to impart education and to developed human resources with its up-to-date teaching aids, sophisticated laboratories, luxuriant library collection, computer education facilities, lustrous playground, specialized teachers, office staffs, hearty teacher-student relation and cohesive cooperation of the guardians and lovers of educations.
Sri Ajay Kumar Satpati (Head Master)
Aims and Objectives

The School aims at providing a balanced education for its students allowing them to grow in an atmosphere of frankness, freedom and mutual confidence, so that they can attend morally, physically and intellectually sound personality to be the good citizen not only of the country but also of the world. Here, the primal objective of the School is to make the students fit to accommodate themselves in the broader current of the universe.

About School

Computer education facility and computer literacy training programme

The School has a special arrangement for computer education to cope with the changed condition in this age of computer. More over, following the directives of the honourable Governor of West Bengal, the Director of School Education identifies this School to be fit to impart the aforesaid training to the students. This institution is one of the selected 200 non-Govt., aided school to come under the coverage of Computerization through WEBEL-IBM. The training is provided for the students from class VII to XII. The total amount of fees (all inclusive) to be collected from each student is Rs. 600.00 for a session. Along with trained faculty, high-tech computer and required infrastructure, the school is successfully approaching towards the motto of the programme.

Medium of Instruction
The medium of instruction of school is Bengali.

Sections of Education
1.Secondary Section- V to X
2.Higher Secondary section- XI and XII

Admission for Boys to secondary section

In Secondary Section, students are mainly admitted to class- V through Admission Test in order of merit with reservation as per prescribed Board Norms. Admissions to other classes depend on availability of seats. No one is allowed for admission to class X. Admission forms can be obtained on payment of a fixed charge from the office after the admission notification. Generally, admission test are held in the later part of April. The subjects on which the admission test are taken are
i. Bengali
ii. English
iii. Mathematics
iv. Science
v. History
vi. Geography
vii. General Knowledge
Qualified students are to produced i. Caste Certificate, ii. Mark Sheet and iii. Birth Certificate in time of admission.  
Subject Taught

Secondary Section V to X
In secondary section almost all the major subjects following the syllabi and curriculum of the West Bengal Board of Secondary Education are taught including Sanskrit, Arabic, Agriculture, Mechanics, Computer Science etc.

Admission to Higher Secondary Section (XI to XII)

Admission to Higher Secondary Section is made on mark basis with reservation as per the Council norms. Students are to purchase application form along with Prospectus on production of original marks sheet of Madhyamik. Forms are generally issued after the publication of Madhyamik results. Admission is open for both boys and girls candidates in Higher Secondary Section.
Attested copies of Marks Sheet, Admit Card, Caste Certificate and Character Certificate (Original from his/her own institution) should be attached with duly filled up application form. Students of the mother school need not produce character certificate.
In regard of admission, the decision of the Head Master is final. The names of the candidates selected for admission will be enlisted on the school Notice Board and no separate intimation regarding admission will be sent to the candidates individually. The presence of legal guardian is essential in time of admission.

Higher Secondary Streams

There are two different streams in H.S. namely 1. General and 2. Vocational.
General Stream comprises of three branches of studies- i. Arts, ii. Science and iii. Commerce while Vocational Stream offers prospective in the field of Agriculture only.

Higher Secondary Course
General Stream
Language (Compulsory): 200 marks each.
Group A: Bengali (Two papers)
Group B: English (Two papers)

Science Group:
Each subject consists of two papers and 100 marks for each paper.
a.Compulsory Elective Subjects: i. Physics, ii. Chemistry.
b.One Elective and one optional (two subjects) from the following
Subjects: i. Mathematics, ii. Biological Science, iii. Computer Science.

Arts Group:
Each subject consists of two papers and 100 marks for each paper.
Any three as Elective subjects and one for optional from the following:
1.Political Science, 2. Economics, 3. Sanskrit, 4. Geography, 5. Philosophy, 6. Biological Science, 7. History/Computer Applications, 8. Mathematics.

Commerce Group:
a.Compulsory Elective Subjects: (200 marks in each.)
i.Accountancy, ii. Business Organization and iii. Business Economics including Business Mathematics.
b.Optional Elective Subjects: (200 marks in each) any one.
ii.Computer Applications

Vocational Stream (Agriculture)

a. Compulsory Subjects:
1. Language:
i. Bengali (one paper) 100 marks.
ii. English (one paper) 100 marks.
2. i. Entrepreneurship and Basic Theory (one paper) 100 marks.
ii. Agriculture Crop Cultivation (one paper) 100 marks.
iii. Practical (300 marks)

b. Elective Subjects:

Any three of the following: (one paper and 100 marks for each subject):
i. Physics, ii. Chemistry, iii. Biological Science, iv. Mathematics.

School Examination

Half-Yearly Examination (V to X): 3rd or 4th week of September.
Test Examination (X & XII): Last week of November or 1st week of December.
Oral Examination: (V to X): Middle of February.
Annual Examination: (V to IX & XI): Second week of March or in between the M.P. and the H.S. Examinations.
In addition to these examinations, there are monthly and periodical class tests. To sit for the Half Yearly and Annual Examinations, ADMIT CARD is must.


The school strictly follows the attendance percentage of the students as per Board or Council norms. Students of both sections- Secondary & Higher Secondary - must have seventy percent attendance in classes to sit for the final examinations.


The school sincerely conducts or arranges section wise Guardian meeting of all the classes to alert the Guardians about the progress and development of their wards and to have an open interaction with the teachers for strengthening guardian-teacher relation. Different steps following the consensus opinion of the teachers and guardians concerning the students’ overall development are cordially accepted. The Guardian Meeting are generally organized immediately after the Half-Yearly Examination (December) of the Secondary Section and after the Annual Examination (December) of the H.S. Section.


The results of the Half-Yearly Examinations are generally published after the Puja Vacation. The results of the Test Examinations are declared within one or two weeks after the completion of the exams. The Annual results are naturally published in the last week of April. The results of the Board & the Council conducted exams. Are published following the norms of the concerned authorities.
The results of the school and the Board or the Council conducted exams. Are encouraging and deserve special mention. The rate of success is nearly 80-90 percent. The school holds a good distinction so far as the performance in the academic sphere is concerned.


The school gives special attention to make the students physically sound and well- disciplined. Under the guidance of two qualified physical education teachers, the students get training in Parades, Physical exercise, Yoga as well as in games and sports. Football, Cricket, Volley, Khoko etc. are generally played in different seasons of the year. The Annual Athletic Meet and Prize Distribution Ceremony are regularly held in the school premises in January. Students also take part in Inter-School Tournaments and District School Sports Meets and State level competition.


The school sincerely observes the auspicious Independence Day, the Republic Day, the Birth Day of Rabindranath Tagore & Netaji Shubhas Chandra Bose, Saraswati Puja, Nabin Baran, (Frshers Welcome), School Foundation Day etc. with due regard and solemnity amidst pompous decoration. An exhibition on arts & paints is also held in every academic session. These help the students to find opportunity of expressing and developing their creativity, skill and dexterity.


The school has its own Library and Reading Room. A huge collection of text books, reference books, books on literature, science, adventure, traveling, detectives, criticism etc. is amassed there. Students are allowed to borrow them and to use the Reading Room.


A School Book Bank, a treasure of books on school syllabi, entertains the need and demand of the poor and needy students lending books of their respective classes. Students can even borrow them for a session on the basis of their availability. This facility brings a ray of hope for those who are not capable enough to purchase new books.


The school regularly publishes a magazine named “USHASHI”. Students, teachers, non-teaching staffs and alumni find birth in it to publish their creative writing and arts.


There is an Athletic and Sports Sub- Committee to look after sports and games.
The Cultural Sub- Committee organizes all the cultural activities of the school and helps the students to expose their inner and finer qualities.
The Magazine Sub- Committee edits and publishes the school magazine.
The Disciplinary Sub- Committee looks after the school discipline.


The school has added a new feather in its cap by extending its arena of activities through the opening of “N.C.C. Training Facility” for the students. Students (from VII - XII) having required physical measurement and fitness can go through this unique training course. This not only brings job prospects for the students but also makes them physically sound and well - disciplined citizens having well trained capacity to respond to the call of the country.


The school uniform is navy blue trouser, white shirt and black shoes for the boys and red-bordered white sharee and red blouse for the girls in every weekday except Thursday. The school keeps sharp look at whether the students are abiding by the uniform code or not.


The school commences with a prayer where cent percent attendance of the students is must. Two songs, National Anthem and “Uthogo bharoto lakhshmi” of Atul Prasad Sen, are loudly chanted there.


A well-furnished hostel within the school campus provides accommodation for the students who come from distant places. There is no hostel arrangement for the girls.


The school has its own arrangement for “Cycle Stand” within the School Campus for the security of Cycles. It is compulsory of the students who come to the school by cycles to install their cycles in the secured and fixed place of the stand. A monthly fee for enjoying service and security of the stand is taken to pay the two Stand workers. None of the students is allowed to keep their by-cycles in a scattered and haphazard way. A respective “Cycle Stand Committee” headed by our teachers sees the matter for its smooth running.


Admission Fee
Session Charges
Registration fee of IX & XI
Laboratory fee
Library fee
Prospectus fee
Magazine fee
Development fee
Saraswati Puja subscription
Computer Education fee
Sports & Games fee
Miscellaneous fee


Badge - Rs. 5.00
Identity card - Rs. 10.00
Mark Sheet (V to X) - Rs. 10.00
Character Certificate - Rs. 5.00

Fee Collection days

Monday, Wednesday, Friday
Certificate Distribution Day- Saturday

Fines and Prohibitions

i. Students who are irregular in classes and remain absent with out prior intimation are liable to guardian call.
ii. Those who do not secured the required percentage of attendance are liable to fine as per the Board and the Council norms.
iii. Students who spoil, misuse or destroy school property, library books, laboratory instrument are liable to severe punishment or fine.
iv. Students of practical based subjects must have their attendance in both practical and theoretical classes.
v. Those who do not attend t the theoretical classes will not be allowed in practical classes.
vi. Every student must have school badge, identity card and school uniform.
vii. In off-periods and class hours the students are restricted to loiter hither and thither aimlessly in the school compound.


President: Dr. Dhiraj Saha, (G.R)
Vice president: Sri Amarendra Basak (G.R)
Secretary: Sri Manindra Chandra Chakraborty
Head Master: Sri Ajay Kumar Satpati
A.I. of School (S.E): Sri Chittaranjan Das (A.I)
Tufanganj Teachers’ Representatives: Sri Gopal Bidyananda (A.H.M)
                                                             : Sri Pramatha Saha (A.T.)
                                                             : Sri Haripada Roy (A.T.)
Non-Teaching Staff Representatives: Sri Ranjit Talukdar (Clerk)
Guardian Representatives: Sri Dipak kumar Saha
                                          : Sri Pradip Kumar Chakraborty
                                          : Sri Nitish Guha Roy
                                          : Sri Susil Adhikary


President: Sri Ajay Kumar Satpati (H.M.)
Secretary: Sri Gopal Bidyananda (A.H.M.)
Members: Sri Sankar Kr. Sarkar (A.T.)
: Sri Utpal Kumar Basak (A.T.)
: Sri Dipak Debnath (A.T.)


1. Sri Dulal  Chandra Das (A.T.)


Head Master: Sri Ajay Kumar Satpati, M.A. (Bengali, Sanskrit & English), B.Ed., Sahitya Sastri, Inservice - S.C. trained in W.Ed., P.Ed., & Social Service.

Assistant Head Master: Sri Gopal Bidyananda, M.Sc.(Math.), B.Ed., D.C.A.

Bengali Department:

1. Sri Ranada Prasad Sarkar, B.Sc., M.A., B.Ed.
2. Sri Bhubaneswar Rava, B.A. (Hons.), B.Ed.
3. Sri Dinabandhu Adhikary, M.A., B.Ed.
4. Smt. Nabanita Sanyal, M.A.

English Department:

1. Smt. Indrani Som, M.A., B.Ed.
2. Sri Haripada Roy, B.A.(Hons.), B.Ed.
3. Sri Pijush Kanti Mohanta, M.A.
4. Sri Dipak Debnath, M.A., B.Ed.
5. Sri Amar Pramanik, B.A. (Hons.)

Sanskrit Department:

1. Sri Ashis Chandra Sarkar, M.A., B.Ed.

Arabic Department:
1. Anisul Haque Roushan, B.A. (Fazil), B.Ed.

Physics Department:

1. Sri Prabhat Basak, B.Sc. (Hons.), B.Ed.
2. Sri Jyotirmay Paul, M.Sc.

Chemistry Department:

1. Sri Gobinda Chandra Das, M.Sc. B.Ed.
2. Sri Dilip Kumar Pal, M.Sc., B.Ed.
3. Sri Pramatha Saha, B.Sc. (Hons.), B.Ed.  

Mathematics Department

1. Sri Partha Pratim Dutta, B.Sc.(Hons.), B.Ed.
2. Sri Gopal Bidyananda, M.Sc., B.Ed., D.C.A.
3. Sri Utpal Kumar Basak, M.Sc., B.Ed.

Biology Department:

1. Sri Kushal Banarje, B.Sc.(Hons.), B.Ed.
2. Sri Dulal Chandra Das, M.Sc., B.Ed.

Computer Science & Application Department:

1. Sri Manas Kumar Mandal, B.Sc.Hons. (Math.), M.C.A.

Geography Department:

1. Sri Kshitendra Mohan Sarkar, M.A., B.Ed.
2. Sri Dipak Saha, M.A., B.Ed.

History Department:

1. Sri Narayan Chandra Dey, M.A., B.Ed., B.P.Ed.
2. Sri Patit Chandra Sarkar, M.A.,B.Ed.
3. Smt. Pali Bhowmick, M.A.

Political Science Department:

1. Sri Narendra Nath Das, M.A.,B.Ed., Diploma in Library Science.

Philosophy Department:

1. Smt. Shilpi Das, M.A.

Economics Department:

1. Sri Sankar Kr. Sarkar, M.A., B.Ed.

Commerce Department:

1. Sri Rajib Kumar Ghoshal, M.Com., B.Ed.
2. Sri Ashutosh Acharya, M.Com., B.Ed.

Agriculture Department:

1. Sri Sushanta Kumar Debnath, B.Sc. (Ag. & A.H.), N.C.C. Trained.
2. Sri Parimal Sarkar, B.Sc.(Ag.)

Physical Education Department:

1. Sri Debajit Sarker, B.A., B.P.Ed.
2. Sri Sudip Kar, B.Com., B.P.Ed.

Work Education Department:

1. Sri Subhas Chandra Roy, M.Sc.(Ag.)
2. Sri Prasenjit Narjinary, B.A., B.Ed.


1. Sri Pravash Shil, B.Sc. Hons.(Physics)
2. Sri Raju Dey, B.A. Hons. (History)


1. Smt. Jayashree Sanyal, H.S., Diploma in Library Science.

Office Staffs:

1. Sri Pradip Kumar Chanda, B.Com. (Head Clerk)
2. Sri Anal Rava, M.P. (Clerk)
3. Sri Ranjit Kumar Talukdar, B.Com. (Clerk)
4. Sri Nagendra Nath Sarkar, Class X, (Head Peon)
5. Sri Debdas Roy, Class VIII, (Peon)
6. Sri Atul Chandra Das, Class VIII, (Peon)
7. Smt. Jyotsna Basak, Class IX, (Peon)
8. Sri Ashok Kumar Ganguly, M.P., I.T.I., Diploma in Acting & Film logy, (Peon)


1. Dinesh Kiran Gold Medal Award 
2. Sibani Ghosh Award
3. Abbasuddin Award
4. Diamond Jubilee Essay Competition
5. Nagendra Nath Mukta Mala Foundation Award
6. Narendra Nath Singha Memorial Award

The institution got recognition to appear as a high school from the Calcutta University on the 1st January 1917 and was permanently recognized as one competent to present candidate at Matriculation Examination of Calcutta University in the year 1923. I n the year 1957, the school came under the recommendation of the director of public instruction, West Bengal, as Higher Secondary Multipurpose School (XI) with Humanities Group and Science Group. The Higher Secondary Council granted recognition to Tufanganj Nripendra Narayan Memorial High School for imparting Higher Secondary Education (XII) in General Streams courses provisionally for two years with effect from 1st day of July 1976.

Another wing, Vocational Education Stream (Agriculture) was introduced in the School in the year 1978, though Agriculture came as a subject in the year 1963. This addition upholds the School to appear as a dignified and unique institution in the Sub-Division. A separate infrastructure along with a farm was also attached to the institution for this purpose. This provides ample scopes for students of this region to make carrier in this sphere of Agriculture.

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