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SIBPUR

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Originally appearing in Volume V25, Page 18 of the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica.
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SIBPUR  , a

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town of
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British India, in the Hugli
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district of Bengal, on the right
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bank of the
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river Hugli, opposite
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Calcutta . It is a suburb of
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Howrah . It contains jute-mills, a
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flour-mill, rope-
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works, brick-works and other
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industrial establishments; the royal botanical garden; and the
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engineering college with electrical and
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mining departments and a boarding-house . The college, of
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gothic architecture, was originally built for a missionary institution, as the Bishop's College, in 1824 . It has recently been decided to remove it to
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Ranchi, in Chota
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Nagpur .

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