There are many educational establishments in this tiny place including Kandi Raj College, Manindra Chandra College of Commerce, Kandi Raj High School, Kandi Manindra Cchandra Girls school,Bimal Chandra College of Law etc.


Banking & Jurisdiction Kandi town is the sub-divisional head quarter. Banking and financial facilities are well available in this town. The branches of almost all national banks e.g. State bank of India, United Bank of India, Allhabad Bank, Gour Gramin Bank and Cooperative societies are functioning in this town. Sub-divisional hospital, sub-divisional administrative office, sub-divisional criminal and judicial court, five stations, animal husbandry and five surrounding Block Offices are also located within this municipal jurisdiction. Guest House 3 rooms with one corridor and a beautiful Continue reading →


Kandi is a Sub-Divisional town. It is 30 km South-West of Berhampore by road. It is also the gateway of Historic Hazarduari Palace of Murshidabad, Shantiniketan and Tarapith of Birbhum etc. Here the Kandi Palace houses the palatial temple of Radha Ballabha. The Rudradeba temple of Ruppur is also worth seeing. In the police station compound, the very rare and ancient sculpture of the Boirochana incarnation of Buddha having snakes around His neck should not be missed. Jemo is the birthplace of the famous essayist Continue reading →

Hospital & Health

Hospital & Health Public Hospital: Kandi SD hospital Address: Kandi hospital road, Kandi Murshidabad Private Hospital: Kavita maternity & nursing home Ambulance Contact Person: Debprakash Guha Contact Number: 9434441464 There are 4 ambulances available for 24 hours with oxygen facility. AC Ambulances are also available. Rates: Rs.7/- per 1 km for non-ac Rs.8/- per 1 km for ac Kandi to Berhampur fixed rate Rs.550/-

Citizen Charter

During preparation of Citizen Charter, all the services were mapped by the departmental heads to bring an improvement in the municipal service delivery, followed by citizen’s expectations noted during ward level workshops and accordingly the final citizen charter published by the municipality which is a combination of citizens’ demand as well as departments’ views on time period by which they would be able to provide the service.