The Pavilion, 15th August 2018.Students, Teachers, members of the non-teaching staff and the Management Committee congregated in the specially constructed structure called the Pavilion in the Turf to celebrate the Independence Day with the customary solemnity befitting the occasion. As is customary for the Bhawanipur Education Society College (BESC), the occasion was used to highlight the contribution of one Freedom Fighter and to take the pledge to follow in his footsteps. This year, BESC paid homage to Bipin Chandra Pal (1858 – 1932).
Concept Hall, July 26th, 2018. On this day in 1999, the Indian army had successfully wrested control of the vantage peaks from the clutches of the Pakistani army personnel masquerading as terrorists who had surreptitiously entered deep into India territory and dug themselves in. The battles that followed, were some of the fiercest in the annals of high-altitude warfare, not to mention the fact that it was an engagement between two nuclear powers, which had the potential of scaling up to acquire menacing proportions. Casualty figures of Pakistani armed personnel are hard to establish. On the Indian side, the official figures are 527 dead and 1363 wounded.