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College Campus

The 6.30-acre college campus is on the northern side of Birpara town, less than a kilometre from Dalgaon Railway Station and adjacent to the Dalgaon Forest Range Office. On a clear day, the foothills of Bhutan can be seen above the north wings of the college.

Birpara Town
Birpara itself is a commercial town in central Dooars famous for its forests, wildlife, timber and stunning landscapes. It is a hub of transportation and trade for the surrounding tea garden areas. The place is well connected to the nearest cities of Siliguri, Jalpaiguri, Alipurduar and Cooch Behar and also to Thimphu, the capital of Bhutan. The Jaldapara National Park is located close by.

Birpara enjoys a subtropical climate. During winter (November to February) the mercury dips to 9°C (48.2 °F) whereas the hot and humid summer heat (lasting from April to June) soars to 38°C (100°F). The rainy season spans July to September. During the southwest monsoon, the wettest months are July and August. Average annual rainfall of the area is 3500mm.

History of Birpara
Birpara, though categorised as a rural locality, gradually developed to become an important town in the Dooars through the endeavour of the people of the area. The surrounding tea gardens, established by the British, brought labourers from Jharkhand, Bihar, Orissa and other parts of the country. People connected with the tea gardens have been depending on this town for years. The adjacent Birpara Tea Garden, owned by the Duncan Group of Industries, spared a part of their cultivable land for the establishment of Birpara town many years ago.

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