Party Conferences


Party Conferences since the formation of the RCPI

Central Conference
Year
Place
Description
(Foundation) August 01, 1934 Calcutta (Kolkata), West Bengal
  • The party was founded by Saumyendranath Tagore as the "Communist League", with himself as the General Secretary.
First
1938
Calcutta (Kolkata), West Bengal

  • Saumyendranath Tagore was elected as the General Secretary.
Second
1940
Calcutta (Kolkata),
West Bengal

  • Saumyendranath Tagore was re-elected as the General Secretary.
  • The Party changed its name from "Communist League" to "Revolutionary Communist Party of India".
Third
1943
Calcutta (Kolkata),
West Bengal

  • Saumyendranath Tagore was elected as the General Secretary for the third time.
Fourth
1946
Calcutta (Kolkata),
West Bengal

  • Pannalal Dasgupta was elected as the General Secretary.
Fifth
1948


Kopai,
Birbhum District,
West Bengal




  • Pannalal Dasgupta was re-elected as the General Secretary.
Sixth
1953

Basugaon,
Assam

  • Haren Kalita was elected as the General Secretary.
Seventh
1955
Kaliabor,
Assam

  • Sudhindranath Kumar was elected as the General Secretary.
Eighth
1960
Howrah,
West Bengal

  • Sudhindranath Kumar was elected as the General Secretary for the second time.
Ninth
1966
Gauhati (Guwahati),
Assam

  • Sudhindranath Kumar was re-elected as the General Secretary.
Tenth
1975

Howrah,
West Bengal

  • Sudhindranath Kumar was elected as the General Secretary for the fourth time.
  • After his demise in 1984, the charge was taken over by Rasik Bhatt.
Eleventh
1988
Howrah,
West Bengal

  • Rasik Bhatt was elected as the General Secretary.
  • After his demise in 1994, the charge of the party was given to Baneswar Saikia till 2001.
Twelfth
2001
Howrah,
West Bengal

  • Bimalananda Mukherjee was elected as the General Secretary.
  • Baneswar Saikia had to take charge of the party again in 2004 up to 2006.
  • In 2006, the charge was given to Biren Deka.
Thirteenth
2012

Howrah,
West Bengal

  • Biren Deka was elected as the General Secretary.

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