|Member of parliament, Lok Sabha|
| In office|
|Preceded by||Malini Bhattacharya|
|Succeeded by||Dr. Sujan Chakraborty|
|Born||26 December 1930|
All India Trinamool CongressIndian National Congress
|Spouse(s)||Sisir Kumar Bose|
|Alma mater|| Calcutta University|
Bhatkhande Music Institute
|Profession||Politician, writer, educationalist|
Krishna Bose (given birth to 26 Dec 1930) can be an Indian political, educator and sociable employee and was an associate of parliament elected from your Jadavpur constituency in Western Bengal like a All India Trinamool Congress applicant. She taught at Town University, Kolkata for 40 years, and thereafter remained its principal for 8 years.
Early life and background
Bose was created on 26 Dec 1930 in Dacca to Charu C. Chaudhuri and Chhaya Devi Chaudhurani. Her dad specialised in constitutional research and was among the secretaries from the Western world Bengal Legislative Set up. She wedded Sisir Kumar Bose, on 9 Dec 1955 and provides two sons, Sumantra Bose, Sugata Bose and a little girl Sarmila Bose. Sisir Bose may be the kid of Sarat Chandra Bose, the old sibling of Subhas Chandra Bose. He as well struggled the United kingdom Raj and was imprisoned in Lahore Fort and Crimson Fort for his function in Subhas Chandra Bose's get away from Calcutta in 1941 through the Give up India Movement and Globe War II.Bose for the B.A. (Hons.) and M.A. in British Books from Calcutta School, Calcutta, Western world Bengal and Sangeet-Visharad from Bhatkhande Music Institute, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh.
Krishna taught for 40 years at the town University, Kolkata, where she was mind of the Section of British and served as the main of the faculty for eight years.She was initially elected as an associate of parliament towards the 11th Lok Sabha through the 1996–1998 term. She was also an associate of parliament in 12th, (1998–1999) and 13th (1999–2004) Lok Sabhas. During her 3rd term, she offered as: Chairperson, Committee on Exterior Affairs Member, General Reasons Committee Member, Joint Committee on Patents (Second Amendment) Costs, 1999 Member, Committee on Formal Language
Interests and accomplishments
Bose continues to be actively involved with public work. She actually is the chief executive from the Trust from the Institute of Kid Wellness, Calcutta and seats the Council from the Netaji Study Bureau, the chief executive of Vivek Chetana – a nonprofit company for disadvantaged ladies and kids and an associate from the worldwide P.E.N. Krishna was a columnist for publications in British and Bengali such as for example Desh, Anandabazar Patrika, Jugantor, Amrit Bazar Patrika, The Statesman, Telegraph, Illustrated Regular of India. She's also worked well in the regions of ladies and child advancement as well as for the welfare from the handicapped.