Ram mohan mission

Raja Ram Mohan Roy

Raja Ram Mohan Roy (22 May 1772 – 27 September 1833) was the fountain-head of several streams of social, intellectual, spiritual and administrative reforms that swept the country during his time & also after his death. Raja Rammohan Roy was known for his undaunted efforts to abolish the practice of ‘Sati’ & child marriage. He is considered to be the Father of Indian Renaissance. Roy’s impact on modern Indian history was his revival of the pure and ethical principles of Vedanta School of Philosophy as found in the Upanishads. He preached the unity of God and also established a number of schools to popularize a modern system of education replacing Sanskrit based education by English based education in India.

Genesis of Ram Mohan Mission and Ram Mohan Mission High School

In the seventies, Sri Sankar Biswas being an ardent follower of Raja Ram Mohan Roy was very thoughtful with an intense desire to do something for the Indian society more than his successful career with a bright academic background & responsibility of a top ranking officer in the Indian Revenue Service. The thought for eliminating evils & superstitions from the Indian society by raising inner spirit and awareness among people continuously haunted Sri Biswas and resulted in the birth of Ram Mohan Mission and later Ram Mohan Mission High School. A good number of dedicated, eloquent and experienced teachers of Narandrapur Ramakrishna Mission School and South Point school joined together with us to initiate setting up of the school and by their immense contribution, school’s teaching quality gained the height of super excellence right from its inception.