Karsan Ghavri opening India’s bowling attack with Kapil Dev, was once a regular feature in the Test cricketing circuit.
Known equally for his near lethal deliveries, handsome looks, congenial nature and sportsmanship, it was natural that the students would give him a rousing welcome, and they did, when he visited the Bhawanipur Education Society College (BESC) on March the twenty third.
Career Connect – the much-lauded bespoke programme of the Bhawanipur Education Society College (BESC) that encourages students to walk the talk from passion to profession organised its investiture ceremony on the twenty first of March in the Society Hall of the College.
It was literally a Season of Plenty so far as placements go.
On the eleventh of February, the HR Recruiter-in-Chief of TCS visited the college campus.
The Bhawanipur Educational Society College, Department of Management organised an intra-college management exhibition “Apocalypse” on 10 th March, 2018.
Prof Jaishankar, an IIM Kolkata alumnus, has been there, done it all.
Calm and composed, he is the embodiment of the proverb, “silent waters run deep” and to the deep he takes his students, whatever the subject may be.
“Remedial education (also known as developmental education, basic skills education, compensatory education, preparatory education, and academic upgrading) is assigned to assist students in order to achieve expected competencies in core academic skills such as literacy and numeracy”.
The corridor leading to the auditorium was tastefully decorated with alphabet boxes that could be arranged into words – a giant scrabble walk way, if you may.
Theatre, a collaborative form of fine art – where actors and actresses present their experiences either real or imaginary before an audience, often from a stage – is widely considered a dying art, as the younger generations get sucked into their digital existences and have little or no time for such “theatricals” (no pun intended).
Some students pronounce it with a “Ph”, drawing its origin back to the Punjabi month of Phagun in the Nanakshahi calendar, while others allude to the eleventh month of the Bengali calendar named after the star Uttorfalguni, which marks the arrival of spring – the sixth and the final season in these parts of the world.
The Bhawanipur Education Society College (BESC) organised a three-day Cooking Fiesta from the 24 th to the 26 th of February, 2018.