Some are downright curse-ive. Some express their thoughts in italics. While there are others yet, who dwell in the capitals. Howsoever one may express his or her thoughts putting pen on paper, their psychology and character can be laid bare, by analyzing their handwriting – the way they cut their “t” and / or by the dots on their “i” and the looping of their “g” among other pointers that are tell-tale to the qualified eyes.
The Bhawanipur Education Society College (BESC) celebrated the Hindi Divas with full solemnity. Prof Vasundhara Mishra, renowned exponent of the National language set the tone of the event with her excellent deliberations, even as a hundred students sat mesmerized. The speech was followed by two recitations by students of the college.
They say we can’t beat death but our constant question is how? The Shrimad Rajchandra Organ Donation Programme enlightens of living twice. SRLC launched Shrimad Rajchandra Organ Donation Programme (SRODP) last year on 14th February 2016, Valentine’s Day. It is a public awareness campaign to encourage and promote organ donation after death. The family is a vast one with these significant members: Subhash Kela from Mumbai, his wife Charu Kela, Shruti Mahota who is an organ pleadger and her 17 year old daughter, Anoushka Mohta, who aspires to be one too.
The science department of the Bhawanipur Education Society College (BESC) welcomed the freshers into its periodic table in a characteristically logical, manner- where ever action had a reaction equal and opposite in direction.
Self Defence – the ability to ward off attackers and defend one from physical and mental harm was the topic of a workshop held in the Turf on the 6th and the 7th of September, 2017.
Delegates to the MUN – the Model United Nations organised by the students of BESC had such full plates in the conference that they did not fill their plates the way the organisers, hosts per excellence, would have liked to. As a result, the event was marked by excess food, a bit of an anti-climax, considering the obsession of the global diplomatic community with hunger and food shortages.
BESC is a college where every classroom is wired for smartness, where Power Point presentations are the norm, as opposed to being the exception and where the students are more tech savvy than, well forget it. The point that needs to be underscored is that in a campus like this, to WOW about 200 students with a presentation, needs skills of an extraordinarily high caliber, that too, through an interactive quiz. Prof Stuti Vershney did just that on the 6th of September 2017.
The students of the Bhawanipur Education Society College organised the Teacher’s Day pageant with a spontaneous display of their affection for the faculty. The highlight, undoubtedly was the sheer variety of talents that the students showcased, matched in equal measures by the spirited participation of the teachers. A Classical Dance Recital by Prof Minakshi Chaturvedi, a sizzling ramp walk by Dr Divyesh Shah, and the melodious outpourings from the guitar of Prof Dilip Shah, the Dean of Student Affairs of the College being the highlights.
Dr. Sourav Sengupta, Lecturer, the Indian Statistical Institute, Specializing in Crypto Currency and Bitcoins conducted one of the most memorable seminars held in the college in recent times (and that’s saying a lot, considering the sheer number of seminars that are organised in the BESC). The topic too, was straight out of the world – bitcoins and crypto currencies!
Professor Dilip Shah, Dean of Student affairs of the Bhawanipur Education Society College formally declared the games open as 88 participants who had toiled to reach the finals stood in rapt attention, their minds and calculators in sync on the 4th of September’17.