Kaliachak Bikram Kishore Adarsh Sanskrit Mahavidyalaya is proud to be associated with the district of undivided Medinipur, the proud work place of Rishi Bankim Chandra Chatterjee, the writer of our National Song ' Vande Mataram' and also of great social reformer and Sanskrit Scholar Pandit Iswar Chandra Vidyasagar. It is at a distance of nearly 130 kms. from Howrah Station (Kolkata) on the Howrah-Digha Highway which connects it with all parts of India. From the Southern and South Eastern Part it is connected through Kharagpur Junction which is 115 kms. Via Contai. The nearest Railway Station is Heria on the Digha-Howrah line which is 1.5 kms. from the Mahavidyalaya. The Mahavidyalaya is situated in a very beautiful natural ambiance having a well maintained pond, a beautiful flower garden and surrounded by lush green paddy field all the year round which makes its atmosphere conducive for learning and teaching and at the same time pollution free and ecologically environmental friendly. The overall atmosphere with abundance of physical, natural and the human resources is very much favorable for further development to become a premier center of Sanskrit learning and teaching in the Eastern Part of the Country. The Mahavidyalaya is looking forward to be transformed into a campus of Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan (Deemed University), New Delhi in future.