(A) Spiritual :—(1). The Khasi Hills Mission is managed by Babu Nilmani Chakrawarti. It has under 9 Khasia Samajes—Mowblei Mawsmai, Nongthemwai, Mawlong, Sasurat, Mawkhor,Sholap, Dissoug, Mawstoh, where religious, educational and medical work is done.

(2) Sadharanashram does devotional work and that of train­ing future missionaries. It was started and is being conducted by Pundit Sivnath Sastri, m. a. It has three branches.—at Lahore, Bankipore, and Dacca, besides the head quarters at Calcutta. The Lahore branch is under Bhai Prakash Dev assisted by Mr. Sitaram and Mr. Beharilal Vasudev. The Bankipore Branch is under Babu Satischandra Chukcavarti, M.A., who also conducts the Ram Mohan Roy Seuinary there. The Dacca branch is under Babu Gurdudas Chakabarti. Babu Indubhusan Rai who is now unwell conducted for many years a fifth branch at Allahabad. Pundit Sastri lives in the Ashram when he is at Calcutta. Service is held every morning. Wednesday evening there is religious discussion after prayers.

(3)Sevak Mandali (Lay Workers’ Association). In order to supplement the work of the missionaries of the Samaj, and also to utilise the services of the members of the Samaj in mission and other works, a body of workers under the name of Sevak Mandali ( Lay Workers’ Associa­tion) was organised at the beginning of the year 1903. Babu Govinda Chandra Dutta is its Secretary. At present there are 44 members working at different centres. It is proposed to reorganize the Association with a particular view to im­prove the mission work. The members of the Sevak Mandali edit Tattwakaumudi, contribute articles to the Indian Messenger and Sevak, and to some of the Bengali and Englishmagazines, conduct divine services, manage Sunday moral training schools and night schools and relives lectures, nurse and treat patients, distribute medicines and work in the following and other places and samajes:—Calcutta Congrega­tion of the Sadharan Brahma Samaj, Brahma Sanmilan Samaj Bhowanipur, Devalaya (Calcutta), Baranagore, Konnagore Harinabhi,. Nimta, Suri, Cuttak, Bankura, Lahore, Shillong Sylhet, Dacaa, Dinajpur, Midnapur, Baniban, Deradhun Giridhi, and Deoghar. They also conduct divine services in families on the many occasions of domestic ceremonies.
(4)Working Men’s Miss ion. Babu Sasipada Banerjee made an endowment of Rs. 2,000 to the Samaj with the object that the proceeds of Rs.1,500 would be spent in­preaching practical religion and morality among the working men of Baranagar and interest of Rs. 500 would be spent in entertaining the working men during the Maghotsab after the men had taken part in a Nagar Sankirtan. In connection with the Baranagar mission Babus Jogendranath Kundu, Sitanath Dutt, Bhaba Sindhu Dutt, Sudhirchandra Banerjee and several other friends visited and preached among the working men by delivering lectures, and holding dis­courses, sanskirtans and family prayer meetings.
(5) Sunday Moral Training School, meets in the Mary Car­penter Hall. The number of pupils is 87.
(6) Sangat Sabha meets every Tuesday in the Prayer Hall to discuss spiritual and social topics.
(7) The Theological Society, founded in 1894 organizes lectures on, and also discusses questions bearing on Theology, Ethics and Sociology from eastern and western points of view.
(8) The Students' Weekly Service organizes lectures and services for the benefit of the students, who are also induced to do relief work among the poor and the distressed.
(9) Brahmabandhu Sabha discusses social questions.
(B) Educational.
(9) The City College—originally founded by Mr. Anand Mohan Bose on 6 Jan. 1879 and now made over to the Samaj, is affiliated to the Calcutta University according to new University Regulations and teaches up to the B. A. Standard. Attempts are being made to have it affiliated up to the B. sc. standard. 4 M. A.s & 72 B. A.s passed from it in 1908 according to old regulations. The number on the rolls was 1,325 as against 1,046 of the previous year. Principal. — Mr. Heramchandrar Maitra, M.A. The College is under the Control of an Association registered under Act XXI of 1860 and is managed by a Council consisting of 15 members.
(10). The Brahma Girls’ School, established in 1890, sent up two girls for the Entrance Examination: both passed, one being placed in the first and the other in the 2nd division. The number on the roll on the 31st Dec. 1909 was 150; of which 42 were boarders.
(11) The City School at Mymensing teaches up to the Matriculation Standard.
(12) Ram Mohan Rai Seminary, at Bankipore teaches upto the Entrance Standard.
Besides there are several Charity Funds, Relief Funds, &c.