Michael Madhusudan Dutta College is at South Tripura District, approximately 130 kilometers away from the capital of the state. Bus, jeep, etc. various types of conveyance are available to cover this enjoyable journey of around 3.5 hrs. The southern edge of Tripura, Sabroom, was once covered with dense forest and almost a free zone for wild animals like, deer, bear, tiger and elephant. However, the communication network and planned forestry has converted the Sub-Division into a natural garden. Shilachari, Ghorakappa, Manubankul, Baishnabpur, Bishnupur, Betaga, Herbatali, Chhotakhil or Manughat wherever one goes, he will be charmed with the picturesque natural scenery of so-called inaccessible, remote wild areas. Traditionally Sabroom can truly boast of the blessings it enjoys for racial and communal co-operation, harmony and peaceful co-existence. Today the Sub-Division thrives with farm & fields, flora & fauna, academies & automobiles. Obviously, it is the outcome of action & reaction between matter & mind, soil & soul.
Michael Madhusudan Dutta College, the only institution of higher education in the Sub-Division was established on 24th September, 1987. The location of the College is at a beautiful place along the National Highway No. 8 with a vast plot of 50.69 acres. The land was arranged under the auspicious endeavor of the Sabroom Nagar Panchayat. The seedbed of this institution was Sabroom Boys H.S. School. Initially, the college was known as Sabroom Government Degree College but on 08.04.2002, the State Government named it after the Bengali legendary poet Michael Madhusudan Dutta (25.01.1824 – 29.06.1873). The College was shifted to the new building on 8th April, 2002.
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