Culture is the organization-specific field of study; not national culture alone, but all such cultures that have contributed creatively to the common heritage of mankind. During its existence for more than seven decades, the Institute has come to occupy a significant place for its philanthropic, cultural, and educational activities for the promotion of mutual understanding and goodwill among all sections of people in India and abroad. Harmony of faiths being the cultural theme, it disseminates the message of universal oneness.
Sursangam Kala Kendra is an art and cultural board serving Yeoman for the development of Indian art and culture and for the preservation and promotion of classical music, dance and fine arts. Sursangam Kala Kendra (SSMKK) is a board governed by the current policy of the Indian Trusts Act, 1882, and promotes an informal student art and cultural event for working professionals to enhance and basic their art knowledge. After completion In the case of program diploma level and certificate level, higher studies and employment, it will depend on the discretion of the concerned authority in accordance with the current policy. Ssmkk is full of works created by his own board committee.
Since Sursangam is a registered Cultural Board, it has a properly formulated democratic constitution to manage its day-to-day affairs. The Cultural Board works in a good professional line despite having separate wings overseeing training, testing, performance, and general administration. Sursangam Kala Kendra has a general department that selects members of the executive board who are able to manage the day-to-day affairs of the board. These members are persons of high social status and unquestionable integrity who are deeply interested in the promotion of art and culture as well as the education of young people in music, dance, and fine arts.
The Cultural Board policy of the SSMKK Board is not less than or similar to that of the Organizational Board of the University / School Education Board of the country. Which serves and expands education for the development, preservation, and promotion of Indian art and culture in the pattern of a University / School Board of Education and in the pattern of all Rules of Government. This board Ssmkk is governed by the Suprovat Charitable Trust as a Formaly, Suprovat Organization, Certificate of Admissibility (Rule 43, W.B. Registration Rules 1962) Admissible under rule 21 of West Bengal Registration Rule, 1962 of Indian Stamp Act 1899 Presentation (Under Section 52 & Rule 22A (3) 46 (1), W.B. Registration Rules, 1962)