Research is fundamental to advances in human society. It emerges from our innate desire as human beings to seek to improve our lives and to control the world around us. Leonardo Da Vinci, who was obsessed with trying to understand the inner workings of human anatomy believed that if he could show how the physical body worked, he could also explain our spiritual or emotional nature. As such, he epitomised the original meaning of the word ‘research’, which is derived from the French word ‘recerchier’ or ‘to go about seeking’. Research is what propels humanity forward. It’s fuelled by curiosity: we get curious, ask questions, and immerse ourselves in discovering everything there is to know. Learning is thriving. Without curiosity and research, progress would slow to a halt, and our lives as we know them would be completely different.

The college faculty is actively engaged in research activities. Six teachers have completed Minor Research projects. 13 teachers has been awarded Ph.D. degrees. 12 teachers are currently pursuing their Ph.D. degree.

Dr Debrina Jana, Assistant Professor in Chemistry has a DST, Government of India project entitled, “Metal Nanoparticles For Plasmonic And Sensing”. The tenure was from 2016-2022 with a one year no cost extension. The project amount is of Rs 35 lakhs.