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This is a list of notable people connected to the University of Calcutta.

Fourteen heads of state and government, and four Nobel laureates[note 1] have been associated with the university.

Fellows

Faculty

Name Affiliation Notability References
Abandindranath Tagore Vice-Principal of the Government College of Art and Craft, 1905–1915 artist, and one of the pioneers of the Bengal School of Art
Abdur Rahim Tagore Professor of Law
Abdul Majed Khan Islamic history and culture later taught at Victoria University of Wellington [1]
Amitava Raychaudhuri
Basanti Dulal Nagchaudhuri Palit Professor of Physics, 1953–1959
B. N. Mukherjee Carmichael Professor of Ancient Indian History and Culture, 1975–1998 historian, numismatist, epigraphist and iconographist
Biswa Ranjan Nag physicist, Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar laureate
Bhabatarak Bhattacharyya structural biologist, Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar Prize laureate
C. V. Raman Palit Professor of Physics, 1917–1932 winner of the 1930 Nobel Prize in Physics [2]
D. R. Bhandarkar Carmichael Professor of Ancient Indian History and Culture, 1917–1936
Debendra Mohan Bose Palit Professor of Physics, 1932–1938
Dineshchandra Sircar Carmichael Professor of Ancient Indian History and Culture, 1962–1972 epigraphist, historian, numismatist and folklorist
Durga Mohan Bhattacharyya Professor of Sanskrit at the Scottish Church College Sanskrit scholar and Indologist
Nalinaksha Dutt Professor of Sanskrit and Pali and Head of the Department of Pali Sanskrit, Pali, Buddhism .[3]
George Thibaut Carmichael Professor of Ancient Indian History and Culture, 1912–1917 Indologist
Harinath De linguist, first lecturer of the Department of Linguistics, 1907[4]
Hem Chandra Raychaudhuri Carmichael Professor of Ancient Indian History and Culture, 1936–1952
Jagadish Chandra Bose Professor of Physics at Presidency College[note 2]
Kalidas Nag Professor of history at the Scottish Church College Member of Parliament
Khudiram Das Ramtanu Lahiri Professor of Bengali and Head of the Department of Modern Indian Languages, 1973–1981
Krishna Dhar Taught journalism poet and journalist [5]
Malcolm Adiseshiah Lecturer at St. Paul's Cathedral Mission College, 1930–1936
Meghnad Saha Palit Professor of Physics 1938–1953
Mukul Dey Principal of the Government College of Art and Craft, 1928–1943 artist
Rajendra Prasad Professor of Economics at Calcutta City College 1st President of India
Rabindranath Tagore Ramtanu Lahiri Professor in 1932 Winner of the 1913 Nobel Prize in Literature [6]
Sadhan Basu
Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan Professor of Philosophy occupying the King George V Chair of Mental and Moral Science, 1921–1932 2nd President of India
Satyendra Nath Bose Lecturer of Physics, 1916–1921 physicist known for his work in the field of quantum mechanics
Suniti Kumar Chatterji Khaira Professor of Indian Linguistics and Phonetics linguist, educationist, and Padma Bhushan recipient
Upendranath Brahmachari
Vishnu Kant Shastri Lecturer of Hindi Governor of Uttar Pradesh

Alumni

Arts

Name Class

year

Degree College Notability References
Abanindranath Tagore Government College of Art & Craft artist
Abhishek Chatterjee Seth Anandram Jaipuria College actor
Anjan Chattopadhyay sitarist
Anjan Dutt musician
Badal Sircar Scottish Church College, Bengal Engineering College dramatist
Basdeo Bissoondoyal pioneering educator, fighter for the right to vote in British Mauritius
Biman Bihari Das Government College of Art & Craft sculptor
Birendra Krishna Bhadra Scottish Church College playwright, actor, narrator and theatre director
Bhupen Hazarika IA Cotton[note 3] playback singer, lyricist, musician, poet and film-maker
Buddhadeb Dasgupta Scottish Church College film director
Bulbul Chowdhury Scottish Church College artist
Clarence Barlow composer
Diptendu Pramanick Scottish Church College first Secretary of the Eastern India Motion Pictures Association; former Secretary of Film Federation of India (1953–54)
Indrani Sen singer
Jeet Gannguli score composer, music director, singer
Kumar Sanu singer
Madhav Sharma Scottish Church College comedian and actor based in the UK
Manna Dey Scottish Church College, Vidyasagar College singer
Manoj Mitra Scottish Church College actor, director and playwright
Mithun Chakraborty Scottish Church College actor
Mrinal Sen Scottish Church College film director
Nandalal Bose Government College of Art & Craft artist
P. C. Sorcar, Jr. magician
Pankaj Mullick Scottish Church College music director and composer
Rituparna Sengupta Lady Brabourne College actress
Rudraprasad Sengupta Scottish Church College director of Nandikar theatre group
Sachin Dev Burman Comilla Victoria Government College singer
Satyajit Ray BA Presidency[note 2] Oscar-winning film director
Somnath Hore Government College of Art & Craft artist
Soumitra Chatterjee Bachelor of Arts City College actor
Suchitra Mitra Scottish Church College singer
Sunil Das 1959 Government College of Art & Craft artist
Tarun Majumdar Scottish Church College Padma Shri Award winner film director
Uttam Kumar Goenka College of Commerce and Business Administration actor, director, producer, composer, singer
Utpal Dutt actor

Business

Name Class

year

Degree College Notability References
Harsh Goenka Chairman, RPG Group
Jagmohan Dalmiya Scottish Church College Chairman of M.L.Dalmiya and Co.
Lakshmi Niwas Mittal BCom St. Xavier's billionaire, steel tycoon, entrepreneur
Mani Lal Bhaumik Scottish Church College inventor of the Excimer Laser
Prafulla Chandra Roy founder of Bengal Chemicals
Rama Prasad Goenka Presidency[note 2] Chairman, RPG Group [7]
Sanjiv Goenka Chairman, RP-Sanjiv Goenka Group
Vinay Maloo Chairman of Enso Group
Dilip Shanghvi Bhawanipur Education Society Billionaire businessman, founder of Sun Pharmaceuticals

Humanities and social sciences

Name Class

year

Degree College Notability References
Abhijit Banerjee 1981 B.Sc. (Economics) Presidency[note 2] Winner of the 2019 Nobel Prize in Economics [8][9]
Amartya Sen BA (Economics) Presidency[note 2] Winner of the 1998 Nobel Prize in Economics [10]
Benoy Kumar Sarkar 1905 economist
D. N. Jha BA (History) Presidency[note 2] Professor of History, Delhi University
Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak 1959 BA(English) Presidency[note 2] philosopher, literary theorist
Khudiram Das MA (Bengali) linguist
Nirad C. Chaudhuri Scottish Church College historian and commentator on culture
R. D. Banerji 1907; 1911 BA; MA Presidency[note 2] discoverer of Mohenjodaro, the principal site of the Harappa culture
Rajat Kanta Ray BA(History) Presidency[note 2] historian
Ramaprasad Chanda Scottish Church College historian, anthropologist and archaeologist
Samita Sen BA; MA historian
Satyabrata Rai Chowdhuri political scientist; Fellow of the University of London
Shomie Das former Headmaster of Mayo College and The Doon School
Sumit Sarkar Presidency[note 2] Professor of History, Delhi University
Suniti Kumar Chatterjee Scottish Church College linguist
Surajit Chandra Sinha Presidency[note 2] anthropologist
Susobhan Sarkar Presidency[note 2] Professor and Head of Department of History, Presidency College, Calcutta
Tapan Raychaudhuri BA (History); DPhil (History) Presidency[note 2] Professor of Indian History and Civilisation, University of Oxford

Law

Name Class

year

Degree College Notability References
Abdur Rahim Presidency[note 2] British Indian judge
Ajit Nath Ray Presidency[note 2] 14th Chief Justice of India
Altamas Kabir Presidency[note 2] 39th Chief Justice of India
Amal Kumar Sarkar Scottish Church;Bangabasi; University Law College 8th Chief Justice of India
Amarendra Nath Sen Scottish Church; University Law College Chief Justice of the Calcutta High Court
Amin Ahmed Presidency[note 2] Chief Justice of the Dacca High Court
Aniruddha Bose BCom; LLB St. Xavier's; Surendranath Law Chief Justice of Jharkhand High Court
Ashok Kumar Mathur 1968 Chief Justice of the Calcutta High Court
Ashutosh Mukherjee 1883; 1885 BA; MA Presidency[note 2] Judge of the Calcutta High Court
Bhaskar Bhattacharya Jogesh Chandra Chaudhuri Chief Justice of Gujarat High Court
Bijan Kumar Mukherjea Surendranath Law 4th Chief Justice of India
Chittatosh Mookerjee Chief Justice of the Calcutta High Court
Debasish Kar Gupta 1976; 1980 BCom; LLB Chief Justice of the Calcutta High Court
Debi Prasad Pal Judge of the Calcutta High Court
Fazal Akbar St. Xavier's 6th Chief Justice of Pakistan
Gooroodas Banerjee Scottish Church College Judge of the Calcutta High Court
Hamoodur Rahman BA St. Xavier's 7th Chief Justice of Pakistan
Hara Chandra Ghosh first Bengali judge of the Small Causes Court in Calcutta
Jyotirmay Bhattacharya St. Xavier's Judge of the Calcutta High Court
Kulada Charan Das Gupta Presidency[note 2] Chief Justice of the Calcutta High Court
Manmatha Nath Mukherjee Surendranath Law Judge of the Calcutta High Court
Monomohun Ghose first practising Indian Barrister of the Calcutta High Court
Mukul Gopal Mukherjee Scottish Church; University Law College Chief Justice of the Rajasthan High Court
Pannalal Bose jurist
Radha Binod Pal Judge of the Calcutta High Court
Sabyasachi Mukherjee Presidency[note 2] 20th Chief Justice of India
Sarat Kumar Ghosh Chief Justice of Jaipur State
Sudhi Ranjan Das Scottish Church;Bangabasi 5th Chief Justice of India
Umesh Chandra Banerjee 1961 Scottish Church Judge of the Supreme Court of India

Literature

Name Class

year

Degree College Notability References
Bani Basu Scottish Church writer
Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay Presidency writer, poet and journalist
Barun Sengupta City journalist
Benjamin Walker St. Xavier's writer
Bharati Mukherjee Loreto
Bimal Mitra novelist
Bimal Kar novelist
Binoy Majumdar Presidency poet
Buddhadeb Guha St. Xavier's popular Bengali fiction writer and poet
Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni writer
Dibyendu Palit writer
Farrukh Ahmed Scottish Church poet
Kuber Nath Rai writer
Mahasweta Devi I.A.,M.A. Ashutosh fiction writer and socio-political activist
Michael Madhusudan Dutt Presidency poet
Nabarun Bhattacharya writer [11]
Nabinchandra Sen Scottish Church poet and writer
Parvati Prasad Baruwa Scottish Church litterateur
Premendra Mitra 1925 Scottish Church novelist
Purnendu Pattrea writer
Rajshekhar Basu Presidency writer
Ramananda Chatterjee City journalist; founder, editor, and owner of the Modern Review
Samaresh Majumdar Scottish Church writer
Sanjeev Chattopadhyay Scottish Church journalist
Sanjib Chattopadhyay Scottish Church novelist
Sasthi Brata Presidency writer
Satyendranath Dutta did not graduate Scottish Church poet and writer
Shankha Ghosh Presidency eminent poet
Shirshendu Mukhopadhyay writer
Subhash Mukhopadhyay 1941 Scottish Church writer
Sudhindranath Dutta Scottish Church author and poet
Sunil Gangopadhyay Surendranath;Motijheel;City novelist, poet and children's fiction writer
Syed Mustafa Siraj writer
Tarashankar Bandopadhyay Asutosh novelist; Padma Bhushan recipient
Utpal K. Banerjee 1955 writer

Military

Name Class

year

Degree College Notability References
Adhar Kumar Chatterji 1933 Presidency[note 2]
Subroto Mukherjee Chief of Air Staff of the Indian Air Force

Politics

Heads of state and government

Name Class

year

Degree College Notability References
Abu Sadat Mohammad Sayem Presidency[note 2] 6th President of Bangladesh
Abu Sayeed Chowdhury 1940; 1942 Presidency[note 2] 2nd President of Bangladesh
Abdus Sattar 8th President of Bangladesh
Ba Maw 1924 Head of State and Prime Minister of the State of Burma
Huseyn Shaheed Suhrawardy 1913 B. Sc.; MA St. Xavier's former Prime Minister of Pakistan
Khaleda Zia Surendranath 9th Prime Minister of Bangladesh [12]
Mohammad Mohammadullah 1948 LLB Ripon 3rd President of Bangladesh
Muhammad Ali of Bogra Presidency[note 2] former Prime Minister of Pakistan
Pranab Mukherjee Suri Vidyasagar[note 4] 13th President of India
Rajendra Prasad 1905; 1907 BA; MA Presidency[note 2] 1st President of India
Ram Baran Yadav Calcutta Medical College 1st President of Nepal
Sheikh Mujibur Rahman 1944; 1947 Islamia 2nd Prime Minister of Bangladesh
Tulsi Giri Suri Vidyasagar[note 4] Prime Minister of Nepal

Others

Name Class

year

Degree College Notability References
A. K. Fazlul Huq 1894; 1896; 1897 LLB Presidency;[note 2] Faculty of Law former Home Minister of Pakistan
Abdullah al Mahmood 1920 BL and MA in Arabic former Pakistani Minister of Industries
Ajit Kumar Panja Scottish Church
Ajoy Mukherjee former Chief Minister, West Bengal
Amar Kumar Bera M.A. (Economics) Principal CGM, Reserve Bank of India
Amir H. Jamal B. Com. former Tanzanian MP and Minister of Finance
Anugrah Narayan Sinha first Finance Minister of Bihar
Ashok Mitra former Chief Economic Adviser to the Government of India
Ashoke Kumar Sen former Minister of Law and Justice
Bagha Jatin Calcutta Central College, now Khudiram Bose College [[freedom fighter] and the principal leader of the Jugantar party
Banwari Lal Joshi Scottish Church former Governor of Meghalaya
Basudeb Acharia Member of Parliament
Bidhan Chandra Roy Calcutta Medical College[note 5] former Chief Minister of West Bengal
Bijoy Kumar Handique MA Presidency[note 2] Member of Parliament
Biman Bose Maulana Azad Chairman of the Left Front in West Bengal
Bhupendra Nath Bose 29th President of the Indian National Congress
Brinda Karat
Brington Buhai Lyngdoh Scottish Church former Chief Minister of Meghalaya
Buddhadeb Bhattacharya BA Presidency[note 2] former Chief Minister of West Bengal
Derek O'Brien Scottish Church Member of Parliament
Fatima Jinnah Leader of the Pakistan Movement
George Gilbert Swell Scottish Church Member of Parliament
Gopinath Bordoloi 1909; 1911; 1914 IA; BA; MA Cotton;[note 3] Scottish Church former Chief Minister of Assam
Gyan Singh Sohanpal Midnapore[note 6]
Harendra Coomar Mookerjee former Governor of West Bengal
Humayun Kabir former Minister of Education
Jagjivan Ram 1931 BSc former Deputy Prime Minister of India
Jharna Das Member of Parliament
Jyoti Basu former Chief Minister of West Bengal
K. S. Hegde Presidency[note 2] former Speaker of the Lok Sabha
M. J. Akbar Member of Parliament
Madan Mohan Malaviya B.A. former President of the Indian National Congress
Mamata Banerjee former Chief Minister of West Bengal
Mohammad Hamid Ansari St. Xavier's former Vice President of India
Mohammed Salim Maulana Azad Member of Parliament
Osman Ghani Khan 1943, 1945 BA, MA (Economics) former C&AG of Bangladesh and chairman of the United Nations Board of Auditors
Prafulla Chandra Sen BSc Scottish Church former Chief Minister of West Bengal
Priya Ranjan Dasmunsi former Minister of Information and Broadcasting
Romesh Chunder Dutt 16th President of the Indian National Congress
Ronen Sen St. Xavier's former Ambassador of India to the United States
Sarat Chandra Bose Indian independence activist and lawyer
Siddhartha Shankar Ray former Chief Minister of West Bengal
Somnath Chatterjee Speaker of the Lok Sabha
Subhas Chandra Bose 1918 BA (Philosophy) Scottish Church 53rd President of the Indian National Congress; founder of the Forward Bloc
Subrata Mukherjee
Sultan Ahmed Maulana Azad Member of Parliament
Susmita Bauri Member of Parliament
Surendranath Banerjee Presidency[note 2] 11th President of the Indian National Congress
Syama Prasad Mookerjee
Tarak Nath Das Scottish Church revolutionary

Civil servants and diplomats

Name Class

year

Degree College Notability References
Binay Ranjan Sen Scottish Church former Ambassador of India to the United States
Azizul Haque former Speaker of the Bengal Legislative Assembly (1937–42); Minister of Education (Government of Bengal); former Vice-Chancellor of Calcutta University (1938–42); High Commissioner for India to London (1942–43)
Brajendranath De ICS, Commissioner of Burdwan
Chandeshwar Prasad Narayan Singh India's ambassador to Nepal, Japan, Governor of Punjab and Uttar Pradesh
Gurusaday Dutt ICS, Local Self Government and Public Health Secretary of Bengal
Nitish Sengupta
P.C. Bhattacharya Controller General of Defence Accounts
Satyendranath Tagore Revenue Secretary of India
Shaista Suhrawardy Ikramullah Ambassador of Pakistan to Morocco
Sib Chandra Deb Deputy Collector in Bengal
Sukumar Sen ICS, Chief Election Commissioner of India

Royalty and nobility

Name Class

year

Degree College Notability References
Nripendra Narayan Presidency[note 2] Maharaja of Cooch Behar State
Uday Chand Mahtab Zamindar of Burdwan

Religion

Name Class

year

Degree College Notability References
A. B. Masilamani Serampore evangelist and theologian, Canadian Baptist Mission
A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada Scottish Church founder, International Society for Krishna Consciousness
Durga Mohan Das leader of the Brahmo Samaj
Lal Behari Dey Scottish Church theologian of the Free Church of Scotland
Mahendranath Gupta 1874 BA Presidency[note 2] author of Sri Sri Ramakrishna Kathamrita (The Gospel of Sri Ramakrishna)
Paramahansa Yogananda Scottish Church;Serampore Hindu mystic; yogi; leading proponent of Kriya Yoga in the West
Sitanath Tattwabhushan Scottish Church theologian of Sadharan Brahmo Samaj
Swami Gambhirananda Scottish Church former President of the Ramakrishna Mission Order
Swami Vivekananda Scottish Church founder of the Ramakrishna Mission Order

Science and technology

Name Class

year

Degree College Notability References
Amar Nath Bhaduri enzymologist, Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar laureate [13]
Amitabha Bhattacharyya production engineer, Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar laureate[14]
Amitabha Mukhopadhyay cell biologist, Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar laureate [15]
Anil Kumar Gain Surendranath mathematician and statistician; founder of Vidyasagar University
Anil Kumar Mandal 1981 MBBS Nil Ratan Sircar[note 7] ophthalmologist, Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar laureate [16]
Ashesh Prosad Mitra Bangabasi former Director of CSIR
Biman Bagchi 1974; 1976 Presidency[note 2] theoretical physicist, Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar laureate[17]
Birendra Nath Mallick 1978; 1981 B.Sc. neurobiologist, Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar laureate [18]
Biraja Sankar Guha Scottish Church first Director of the Anthropological Survey of India
Biswarup Mukhopadhyaya PhD theoretical high energy physicist, Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar laureate[19]
C. R. Rao 1943 MA in Statistics statistician
Chinmoy Sankar Dey molecular biologist, Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar laureate [20]
Deb Shankar Ray physical chemist, Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar laureate [21]
Dipak K. Das professor of surgery, now under investigation for fraudulent publications [22]
Ganesh Prasad mathematician
Jagadish Chandra Bose physicist, botanist
Jamal Nazrul Islam B.Sc. St. Xavier's physicist, mathematician, cosmologist, astronomer
Joyoti Basu cell biologist, N-Bios laureate [23]
Jyoti Bhusan Chatterjea hematologist, Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar laureate [24]
Kshitindramohan Naha, geologist and Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar laureate[25] Presidency[note 2]
Mani Lal Bhaumik B.Sc. Scottish Church physicist
Megh Nad Saha Presidency[note 2] physicist
Mihir Chowdhury 1955; 1957 physical chemist, Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar laureate[26]
Mihir Kumar Bose 1965 B.Sc.; M.Sc.; Ph.D. geologist and Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar laureate[27]
Nirmal Kumar Dutta MBBS Calcutta Medical College[note 5] pharmacologist, Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar laureate[28]
Nirmal Kumar Ganguly R. G. Kar[note 8] microbilogist
P. V. Manoranjan Rao physicist, space scientist
Pradyut Ghosh 1990; 1992 inorganic chemist, Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar laureate[29]
Prasanta Chandra Mahalanobis founder of the Indian Statistical Institute, Calcutta
Radhanath Sikdar mathematician best known for calculating the height of Mount Everest
S. C. Dutta Roy electrical engineer, Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar laureate[30]
Sadhan Basu physical chemist, Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar laureate[31]
Sagar Sengupta cancer biologist, N-Bios laureate[32]
Sanghamitra Bandyopadhyay 1985-1991 PhD Presidency College, Calcutta University Computer Scientist, First woman Director of Indian Statistical Institute, Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar laureate in Engineering Science, 2010, TWAS Prize for Engineering Sciences, 2018,[33] Infosys Prize 2017 in Engineering and Computer Science[34]
Sanjeev Das cancer biologist, Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar laureate [35]
Santasabuj Das immunologist, N-Bios laureate [36]
Satyendra Nath Bose 1913; 1915 BSc; MSc physicist, co-discoverer of Bose–Einstein statistics
Saumitra Das 1992 PhD virologist, N-Bios laureate [37]
Snehasikta Swarnakar cancer biologist, N-Bios laureate[38]
Soorjo Coomar Goodeve Chuckerbutty Calcutta Medical College[note 5]
Soumen Basak immunologist, N-Bios laureate[39]
Soumitro Banerjee 1981 electrical engineer, Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar laureate[40]
Srinivasan Ramachandran bioinformatician, N-Bios laureate[41]
Subhash Chandra Lakhotia 1964–1966 cytogeneticist, Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar laureate[42]
Subhash Mukhopadhyay 1955; 1958 Calcutta National Medical[note 9] first physician in India (and second in the world) to perform in vitro fertilization
Subir Kumar Ghosh BSc; MSc; PhD Presidency[note 2] geologist and Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar laureate[43]
Sumit Bhaduri organic chemist, Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar laureate[44]
Sumit Ranjan Das high energy physicist, Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar laureate[45]
Sunil Kumar Manna immunologist, N-Bios laureate[46]
Ujjwal Maulik 1983–1989 PhD Calcutta University Computer scientist, INAE and IEEE fellow,[47] Stanford List of Scientists[48]
Upendranath Brahmachari 1893; 1894; 1900; 1902; 1904 MD; PhD Presidency;[note 2] Calcutta Medical College[note 5]
Usha Ranjan Ghatak 1953 BSc; MSc Asutosh synthetic organic chemist, Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar laureate[49]
Vikram Marwah 1948 Calcutta Medical College[note 5]

Sports

Name Class

year

Degree College Notability References
Chhanda Gayen mountaineer, first Bengali woman to climb Mount Everest
Chuni Goswami former captain of Indian football team
Gourgopal Ghosh Scottish Church football player for the Mohun Bagan Club
Leander Paes St. Xavier's former Olympic bronze medallist; Wimbledon and French Open doubles champion
Norman Pritchard St. Xavier's former Olympic silver medalist
Pradip Kumar Banerjee Suri Vidyasagar[note 4] footballer
Sailen Manna Surendranath captain of the Indian football team in the London Olympics in 1948; gold medallist in 1951 Asian Games
Saurav Ganguly St. Xavier's former captain of the India cricket team
Sunil Chhetri Asutosh captain of the Indian football team
Surya Shekhar Ganguly Scottish Church chess grandmaster, national chess champion
Talimeran Ao R. G. Kar[note 8] former captain of the Indian football team in the 1948 Olympic Games
Vece Paes former Olympic hockey player

Notes

  1. ^ Rabindranath Tagore, C. V. Raman, Amartya Sen, and Abhijit Banerjee.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak The Presidency College (now known as Presidency University) was affiliated to the University of Calcutta between 1857 and 2010.
  3. ^ a b The Cotton College (now known as Cotton University) was affiliated to the University of Calcutta between 1901 and 1948.
  4. ^ a b c The Suri Vidyasagar College was affiliated to the University of Calcutta between 1942 and 1960.
  5. ^ a b c d e The Calcutta Medical College was affiliated to the University of Calcutta between 1857 and 2003.
  6. ^ The Midnapore College was affiliated to the University of Calcutta between 1873 and 1985.
  7. ^ The Nil Ratan Sircar Medical College and Hospital was affiliated to the University of Calcutta between 1873 and 2003.
  8. ^ a b The R. G. Kar Medical College was affiliated to the University of Calcutta between 1916 and 2003.
  9. ^ The Calcutta National Medical College was affiliated to the University of Calcutta between 1921 and 2003.

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