Education Convention & Projects Rahmat-E-Alam Library



One of our major educational initiatives is to run a well-contented and well-furnished library viz. Rahmat-E-Alam Library. We have been rendering voluntary services to the society and also for the sake of better library services under Rahmat-E-Alam Library for the people of Rahmat-E-Alam Mission as well as other knowledge-seekers to quench their thirst for knowledge since 2005 (FY 2005-2006).

The library isopen to all members of the society irrespective of caste, creed, sex, age, educational attainment etc. Therefore, the library has been procuring books free from obscurantism. Distribution of books This year poor but meritorious students are provided textual and other required school books, the exercise books, note books, mathematical instruments and various science kits are also given to those gifted and promising students. Mass Literacy Program for rural women For upbringing the rural women a night school of non-formal character has been organized since last two years order to literate the target groups.

Environmental Project
Herbal Garden

Our trust has been providing space as per a mutual agreement for a HERBAL GARDEN since 2009 in our Mission campus to the Forests Department (Govt. of West Bengal). The Forest Department has been maintaining and executing the garden under the scheme of MGNREGS. The total area of the garden is 10 katha. 


  Kantha StitchTraining Programme in 2002

Rahmat-e-Alam Mission and Welfare Trust  had taken a major step towards womens Kantha StitchTraining Programme in 2002. when self help groups for Training  centres were formed. It was at these centres that the women of the villages around Berachampa found a source of sustenance. Women members were spent  small time  for  kantha Stitch Training for  financial assistance to earn their livelihood. The collective coming together of individual members is used for a number of purposes:- economic self-reliance, decision-making power in the family, gender equity i.e. education for girls child, legal age of marriage, small family norms while ensuring better hygiene and sanitation, safe drinking water, and nutrition. In short it means social emancipation through economic empowerment.

kantha Stitch self-employment project are in the fields of part time job at home, Business,  , embroidery, and tailoring . Rahmat-e-Alam Mission and Welfare Trust helped its SHG members in getting Training  from  verious project West Bengal Minority Development  Corporation

Capacity Building Programs
Basic Computer and Communicative English Training Program for the students

This is a unique impetus towards the capacity building of underprivileged students form Muslim community with a view of contemporary job-sector’s demand which has been initiated in this momentous year. In this very initial phase, Rahmat-E-Alam Educational and Welfare Trust have taken technical supports for promoting Basic Computer Literacy and Communicative English Training Program from The British Institutes and other experts in the respective fields. Approximately 600 students from both sections (Boys & Girls) of Rahmat-E-Alam Mission have been getting training in a well-equipped Computer Training Center under the mission campus.


Free Coaching for WBJEE (Medical, Engineering and Combined), WBCS & Other Competitive Exam

One of the main Strategies of Rahmat-E-Alam Mission (Run by: Rahmat-E-Alam Educational & Welfare Trust) is to develop a sound mechanism where after passing the Higher Secondary Examination from the Mission, the meritorious students’ll get the opportunity of coaching for the preparation of Entrance Examination e.g. WBJEE (Medical, Engineering and Combined), WBCS etc under one roof in

Mission Campus.     

This endeavor is emphasizing for making the praiseworthy students employable in industries, services and business sectors as well as in the government sector by enhancing their skills and capabilities on a continuous basis so that the target group is not deprived of the professional expertise demanded by the changing  market needs.







Previous three years achievement of free coaching center:

Academic Year

Name of the examination

Total Number of students succeeded in entrance examinations for admission in technical and professional course

% of success


Entrance examinations for admission in technical and professional courses i.e. WBJEE

10 students out of  16 students



Entrance examinations for admission in technical and professional courses i.e. WBJEE

28 students out of 38 students



Entrance examinations for admission in technical and professional courses i.e. WBJEE

24 students out of 43 students



Nari Diwas 2013: Women's Leadership

Organized by- Rahmat-E-Alam Mission & Welfare Trust.



In celebration of International Women's Day (Nari Diwas), we invite you to come to this platform for discussion in addressing current immigration reform agenda and how women can take a leadership role in shaping the future of the face of immigration in West Bengal. 

The event's morning session includes a panel of local community members as well as activists to speak on current issues of immigration within our community. 

An afternoon session of breakout groups will provide participants a chance to:
- share personal stories
- discuss current immigration policies and their impact on communities
- identify reasons why NOW is the time to act
- brainstorm necessary actions both as a community and as individuals

                                                                     World No Tobacco Day - 31 May 2013
                                                              Organized by- Rahmat-E-Alam Mission & Welfare Trust


Raise taxes on tobacco
The global tobacco epidemic kills nearly 6 million people each year, of which more than 600 000 are non-smokers dying from breathing second-hand smoke. Unless we act, the epidemic will kill more than 8 million people every year by 2030. More than 80% of these preventable deaths will be among people living in low-and middle-income countries.
Reduce tobacco consumption, save lives
Under the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (WHO FCTC), countries should implement tax and price policies on tobacco products as a way to reduce tobacco consumption. Research shows that higher taxes are especially effective in reducing tobacco use among lower-income groups and in preventing young people from starting to smoke. A tax increase that increases tobacco prices by 10% decreases tobacco consumption by about 4% in high-income countries and by up to 8% in most low- and middle-income countries.
Furthermore, increasing excise taxes on tobacco is considered to be the most cost-effective tobacco control measure. The World Health Report 2010 indicated that a 50% increase in tobacco excise taxes would generate a little more than US$ 1.4 billion in additional funds in 22 low-income countries. If allocated to health, government health spending in these countries could increase by up to 50%.
The ultimate goal of World No Tobacco Day is to contribute to protecting present and future generations not only from the devastating health consequences due to tobacco, but also from the social, environmental and economic scourges of tobacco use and exposure to tobacco smoke.