Placement Hall, 27th July, 2018. Dr Divyesh Shas, the moving spirit behind the NSS movement sending in its roots in the BESC campus inducted the new students who have opted to join the collective. Dr Shah began by explaining that the National Service Scheme (NSS) is an Indian Government sponsored public service program conducted under the aegis of the Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports of the GOI. The Scheme was launched in the centenary year of the Father of the Nation, Mahatma Gandhi, in 1969 and aims at developing student personalities through community service. NSS is a voluntary association of young people in colleges, universities and at the + 2 level working for campus-community linkages.
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.
Concept Hall July, 2018. They say that the job market is at its nadir. They say that the nation is gloriously failing to provide gainful (forget about being meaningful) employment to the graduates she is churning out by the millions with regular monotony. They say that we are sitting of a time bomb that is ticking away as we fail to reap the rewards of what we one had shouted about from the rooftops – demographic dividend. The Bhawanipur Education Society College chooses to differ, not with verbosity but achievement.
“Dhadak” literally means a throb, as in the way the heart throbs. Dhadak – the movie, that is slated to release on July 20th, 2018, is also about the throbbing of hearts, of a teen-age first love, torn between society, family and the usual stuff. The real throb, as in a heart-throb, in Dhadak, is however, Janhvi Kapoor – daughter of Bonny Kapoor and the late Sri Devi, scion of the Cousin-Kapoors of Bollywood.
The Bhawanipur Education Society College (BESC) has been honoured with the prestigious ASSOCHAM “Emerging Business School” Award at the “EduMeet 2018 and Education Excellence Awards” Ceremony held at the Hyatt Regency Hotel Kolkata on the 12th of July 2018.
B Com is undoubtedly the Main Battle Tank of the invincible army of students marching out of the Bhawanipur Education Society College (BESC). And the lengths to which the college goes to provide the students with every conceivable aid (and not just in B Com) must be witnessed to be believed, making one admire not only the dedicated studiousness of the BESC students who have made success synonymous with the name of the college, but also the focussed, steadfast devotion of the management who leave nothing to chance to ensure the success.
It began with Souk – the flea market from the desert lands. The second edition had seen the students of Bhawanipur Education Society College (BESC) replicate the Agora – the meeting and marketing place at the very centre of Greek cities of yore.
The third in the series – the Carnival – was organised in and around the Turf in the BESC grounds between the 27th and the 28th of March, 2018.
It all started with Goonj – the St. Xavier’s College Cultural Fest. Umang – the Home Fest of BESC (also the biggest of its kind in this side of the Cantilever).
Umang, it will not be out of place to mention here, comprised of a whooping forty-nine events in which one thousand plus participants from fifty- one colleges had taken part.
About 20 colleges played in the Jovenes cup which took place in the NKDA football ground (newtown) on 24.03.2018 & 25.03.2018.
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.