Inaugurated on 1st February 1970, is a unique venture and provides free medical treatment including free supply of medicines to the poorer sections of the society, irrespective of caste, creed and religion.
Started in 1964 as a Nursery School by Smt. Tulsi Manjari Roy & Smt. Jaya Roy. The Primary Section was separated in 2002 and is now run under the name of “Shishu Bharati Sikshayatan”. The medium of instruction is English, with equal emphasis to teaching Hindi and Bengali languages. The total strength of students in both the School is more than 400. Most of the students come from neighbourhood areas and are those who are receiving education in their first generation, at a nominal cost.
The Library has more than 8,000 books and Newspapers and Periodicals are available in the Reading Room.
The Samsad Drama Unit is well-organized and staging regularly dramas, many of which have has earned high appreciation and awards. The Samsad is also regularly celebrating Rabindra Jayanti, Bengali New Year’s Day, Bijoya Sammeelani, Holi and Birthday of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose.
There are facilities for indoor games like Table Tennis, Carom etc.
It provides temporary residential accommodation to the members of the Samsad during their visit to the National Capital.
Ajanta is the literary magazine of the Samsad. Ajanta published for the last 50 years and it is the 51st year of publication, it is one of the best literary magazine in the Capital.
The Samsad has always been in the forefront in organizing collection of relief in time of natural calamities like famine, flood, cyclone, earthquake and emergencies like Bangladesh liberation war etc. Most of the funds having collected from Door-to-Door and street collections. During these collection drives, the Samsad had the privilege of having the participation of a large number of dignitaries like V. K. Krishna Menon, Aruna Asaf Ali, Padmaja Naidu, Dr. Triguna Sen, Bhupesh Gupta, Godey Murahari (Dy. Speaker).
The Samsad has been regularly organizing Seminars on literary and other subjects, for the last more than 20 years. Some of the participants in the Seminars were: Capt. Laxmi Sehgal of INA, Prof. Muchkund Dube, Indranath Chowdhury, Gautam Chatterjee, Sabyasachi Bhattacharjee, Hiranjoy Karlekar and Kalyani Kazi,
Donations to Karolbagh Bangiya Samsad are exempt from Income Tax under Section 80 (G) of the Income Tax Act, 1961.
The members of the Samsad now residing in Kolkata and adjoining areas have formed ‘Kolkata Chapter’ of Karolbagh Bangiya Samsad. Kolkata Chapter meets from time to time and celebrates Bejoya Sammilani, Annual Function etc. The address of Kolkata Chapter is at BG-66, Salt Lake II Kolkata.