Victoria Institution (College) has an Alumni Association which started its journey in 2002. It is registered under West Bengal Government Act of 1961. The vision of the Association is to provide impetus to normal functioning of the Institution. The Association aims to find out the alumnus who have positive contribution to the society. The mission of the Association is to empower the students and to make them aware of various opportunities. The Association also encourages economic self-sufficiency to the students that will ensure them a secure future. The goals of the Association are social, economic and psychological improvement of students.
The Alumni Association performs several activities throughout the year. It conducts meetings with committee members. The Principal who is also the President of the Association presides over the meetings. The Association arranges various types of programmes. The most remarkable event is the reunion which attracts the former and present students of the Institution. The reunion is both a pleasurable and an enriching experience to all individuals associated with Victoria Institution (College).
Ex-students Of VIC with great achievements
Snigdha Sen, Retired Professor and Head of the Dept. of English
Mira De, Retired Professor,Dept. of Bengali
Dr. Urmila Khanna, FRCS, Retired Head, Surgery Dept. National Medical College and Social Worker
PurabiMukhopadhya, Famous Rabindra Sangeet Singer
Chitra Deb, Famous Writer
Arpita Mondal, Ex-Chairperson and present Councillor of Bidhannagar Municipality
Sumita Mukhopadhyay, Head, Dept. of Bengali, Bethune College
SabitaChowdhury,Ex-councillor, DumDum Municipality
Madhumita Bose, Television Anchor
Prominent Alumni who live in our Hearts
Sukumari Bhattacharya (1921-2014)
She was a Graduate from Victoria Institution (College). An eminent Professor of Comparative Literature and Sanskrit in Jadavpur University. She has written many scholarly books.
An eminent CommunistLeader and Member of Parliament, Renu Chakraborty graduated from Victoria Institution (College). She was one of the founder members of All India Women’s Conference.
Nilima Ibrahim (1921-2002)
An eminent Professor of Dhaka University, Nilima Ibrahim did her Honours in Bengali from our College. She was the Chairperson of Bangla Academy, Dhaka and Vice- Chairperson of World Women’s Federation, South Asia Zone.
Aloka Sarkar (1925-2008)
A student of this College, Aloka Sarkar was associated with social work of Ramkrishna Math and Mission.