Under the said society a Co-Educational Degree College as per Provision of Article 30 of the Constitution of India has been established in 2004, thereafter permission of the Government of West Bengal as well as affiliation of the University of Calcutta have been obtained respectively in the years 2006 & 2007. It aims to cater Higher Education among the minorities of the State and also those who are educationally backward. Presently the College has Students strength of about 700 only offering Arts Stream, Particularly in subjects like English (H), Arabic (H), Bengali (H), Philosophy (H), History (H), Islamic History & Culture (H) & B.A. General in Urdu, Bengali, Philosophy, History, Education, English, Arabic & Political Science. Thus the first Muslim Minority Degree College of West Bengal, AL-AMEEN MEMORIAL MINORITY COLLEGE has started making its remarkable contribution in the field of Higher Education. One remarkable aspect of the college is that it provides free Education for the Poor & Meritorious Students, and helps at large to obtain scholarship & stipend by the students from various Government Department like Central Waqf Coucil, Moulana Azad Education Foundation, West Bengal Minorities Development and Finance Corporation etc. and also SC/ST/OBC stipend of the Govt. of West Bengal. In order to impart high standard of education among the students. The college has arranged on its own a three storied building of 5,000 Sq. ft. each, a good library, well educated and greatly devoted teachers and sincere non-teaching members. Integration among students of different cast, creed & colour & inculcation of patriotism among them is given utmost emphasis. The last year University Examination has been tested by the students with great success, some of whom obtained 1st Class also. Since, another important aim of the society is to better health conditions of people, particularly of the poor, the society has so far arranged to run a charitable dispensary and provide medicine free of cost. It is also shortly about to introduce service of ambulance among the poor sick people of the locality.