Agrasain Balika Siksha Sadan, a modern multipurpose girls Higher Secondary School is the brain child of Sri Basudeo Tikmany who conceived about the school far back in the year 1987 and encouraged like-minded members of the Agrasain Seva Samity.
The necessity of a good English Medium School for complete personality development of girl students as per International Standards was felt by many social workers, industrialists, and members of Agarwal Community in and around Howrah and Kolkata. Generous contributions from the Agarwal community gave enormous boost to the project and within two years of the foundation laying ceremony on 25th March 1994 by the then Governor of West Bengal, His Excellency Sri K. V. Ragunath Reddy, the school opened its door for students on 3rd June 1996, with 524 girls and 25 teachers under the able stewardship of Sri S. K. Srivastava, the Principal.
The school recieved unprecented response from the public at large. By the beginning of the next session in April 1997, the student strength rose to more than 1300 with about 70 teachers. A group of 54 students appeared for ICSE-2000 in March 2000 and the maiden results came with 100% success. This along with the permission by the council to start ISC-12 section has put the school as one of the best girls' school with the most modern facility on the western side of the river Hooghly.