Serampur

Serampur

or

Serampore

(both: sĕ'rəmpôr`), town (1991 pop. 177,087), West Bengal state, E central India, on the Hugli River, just N of Kolkata (Calcutta). Founded in 1799, Serampur was the center of Danish colonialism in India. Great Britain purchased the town from Denmark in 1845. Serampur's college (opened 1818) grants degrees in Christian theology.
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Tenders are invited for Construction Of New Inspection Pits At Different Places In Ward No 059 Supplying ,Fitting & Fixing Pit Covers At Lime Street, Guripara , Shibtala & Its Surrounding In W/67 Construction Of New Sanitary Latrine At Different Places In Ward 59 Improvement Of Ips Passage At 1/1 Dehi Serampur Road And Its Surroundings In W/59 Opening date : 04 Jan 2019
of West Bengal has formulated a Heritage Tourism Master Plan to preserve and develop the old heritage colonial buildings along the banks of the river Hooghly between Serampur and Bandel on the western bank and Barrackpore on the eastern bank of the river.
Push cart (36 nos) and Tri-cycle van (88 nos) for Rishra, Serampur,Konnagar Municipality Document cost : INR 2600 EMD value : INR 75760 Period of contract : 3 Months