For recheck and self-inspection of assessed answer script of Part III Calcutta University Examination, 2018 B.A./B.Sc. (General) student have to register themself at https://goo.gl/forms/jxyuMVkXks4He7Bm1 in order to get the process, venue, date & time for doing the recheck and self-inspection application process.
The aim of this conference are to bring together the academicians, scientists, engineers, researchers and students to exchange and share their knowledge, experiences and research results for better understanding of the emerging trends in Mathematics and its applications. The following topics will be covered in the conference: Algebra, Analysis, Differential Equation, PDE, Geometry & Topology, Applied Mathematics.
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3rd Year College Enrolment for B.Com./ B.A./ B.Sc. has started. Students are required to thoroughly read the notice given below before enroling themselves.
This enrolment procedure is applicable only for students who had appeared for their Calcutta University Part II Examination held in 2018 and also for students who have failed to fill their Calcutta University Part II Exam Form in the year 2018, they have to enrol as 2nd Year repeater.
The students who have filled-up Part II examination form in the year 2018 but failed to appear for the exam are require to contact System Control Room between 10:30 am to 1 pm (Monday to Friday)
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Last date for 3rd Year Fees payment is Friday, 7th September, 2018.
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Recheck & FSI details will be uploaded soon.
B.A. (Day) 2nd year classes will commence from Thursday, 16th August, 2018.
Please Note: Student must carry Valid ID Card issued by the College
One thousand and four hundred students taking a test. No big deal. But One thousand and four hundred students taking a test that will not lead them to a degree or certificate? One thousand and four hundred students taking a test that has not been forced on them by the authorities? One thousand and four hundred students voluntarily taking a test, just to test their proficiency in accountancy – now, that is something to sit up and take notice – even if it happens in the city’s most vibrant campus, the Bhawanipur Education Society College (BESC).