Chapra, inhabited mostly by minority communities is an area lagged behind. A lot of endeavours throughout years after years had brought advancement in primary, secondary and higher secondary education of this locality but no such initiative was taken for the development of higher education in chapra. Consequently a large section of ambitious youths had to sacrifice their dreams of higher education. Despair and distraction were gradually being generated among the educated communities. The residents of Chapra therefore desperately needed a higher educational institution. To substantiate this dream, ‘ Chapra Nagarik Committee’ in 1989 took initiatives to set up an educational institute for higher education. Sri Satyasadhan Karmakar, national award recipient and headmaster of Bagmara high school and Sri Mirkashem Mondal, Headmaster of Pukhuria high school and former MLA of Chapra together took oath to fulfill the dream of the villagers. A major problem turned up in the form of unavailability of proper land. Sri Ajit Tarafdar, who became the President of the Governing Body of Chapra Bangaljhi Mahavidyalaya later assured donation of land of ‘Bangaljhi Baroari Committee’ and One Lakh Rupees.