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  • Independence Day Celebration- 2023

    Independence Day Celebrations- 2023

    “Freedom is not just a word; it’s a feeling that unites us all.” Celebrating the sense of freedom inside each of its members, The Bhawanipur Education Society College organized a list of activities to commemorate India’s 77th Independence Day. The Independence Day program this year was a tribute to Capt. Laxmi Sehgal, a revolutionary of …

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  • Rabindra Jayanti Celebration

    Rabindra Jayanti Celebration ‘Kobi Pronam’- “ROYECHO NOYONE NOYONE”

    In commemoration of the ‘divine mentor’ Rabindranath Tagore’s 162nd birth anniversary, the Department of Commerce, UG (Afternoon and Evening Section) hosted a grandiose celebration aptly named ‘Kobi Pronam’ on the evening of the 15th of May, 2023. The Concept Hall became the setting for this resplendent event where distinguished guests, esteemed faculty members, enthusiastic students …

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  • Report on Rabindra Jayanti Celebration Organised by Dept of Bengali (collaboration with IQAC)

    Rabindra Jayanti Celebration Organised by Dept of Bengali (collaboration with IQAC) on behalf of Arts Section

    The Bhawanipur Education Society College celebrated the 162nd birth anniversary of Rabindranath Tagore on 13th May 2023 (Saturday). It was organized by the Department of Bengali in collaboration with the IQAC. The event commenced with the lighting of the lamp followed by the  inaugural song presented by Prof. Pushpita Ganguly, Associate Professor, Department of Statistics. …

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  • ONE MAN PLAY, ‘Maa Mujhe Tagore Bana De’

    The Bhawanipur Education Society College hosted a one-man play ‘Maa Mujhe Tagore Bana De’, in association with Shriek of Silence on 29th March 2023 at the Jubilee Hall. The play was performed by a traveling artist from Kashmir, Luckyjee Gupta. This play has had 1100-plus performances across India. The show commenced with an introductory speech …

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  • Rabindra Jayanti Celebration at The Bhawanipur Education Society College

    Life perishes with time but Art only flourishes. The creation of a Poet or an Artist becomes an inspiration in the journey of our life. Tagore’s compositions are such which have been able to transgress the boundaries of time and become our greatest companions in our mirth and desolation. The more we explore, the more …

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  • Rabindra Jayanti 2020: Panchishey Baishakh, 1427

    This year, ‘Panchishey Baishakh’ came with silent footsteps, not in the noise of celebrations, or in the crowd of the poet’s votaries. Yet, more than ever before, the poet has been our companion in these times of distress and anxiety. This year the poet has been felt in the silence of our hearts. It was …

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  • Saraswati Puja Celebrations

    The Vaishnavas of Bengal have a popular legend, that Saraswati was the wife of Vishnu, as were also goddess Lakshmi and goddess Ganga. Saraswati a learned lady who was the consort of the creator God, Brahma. She was responsible for helping him form the universe. It is worthy of remark, that Saraswati is represented as …

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  • Republic Day 2020

    The Bhawanipur Education Society College celebrated the 71st Republic day with all enthusiasm on 26th January 2020 at college turf. The day was dedicated to the freedom fighter, Rash Behari Bose who at the time of freedom struggle was one of the youngest martyrs of the Indian independence movement. The national flag was hoisted by …

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  • Independence Day

    “One individual may die for an idea, but that idea will after his death, incarnate itself in a thousand lives”. In 1757, British Government began their reign followed by the victory of English East India Company at the Battle of Plassey and gained control over the country. Almost a 200 years’ battle came to an …

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  • Fagun

    Valia Hall. March 18th 2019. Holi is the festival of colours, the harbinger of spring. It is the time when the harsh winters are bid adieu, when nature bursts with the myriad hues of regeneration, when the past is forgotten as the people put colours on each other, their lives, to wash the accumulated dirt and …

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  • Saraswati Puja

    Vasant Panchami, the fifth day of spring is the most auspicious day in the lives of students and all those who revere knowledge, for the day is celebrated here in the east along with other parts of India as Saraswati Puja. Saraswati is the Goddess of knowledge, music, art, wisdom and learning – a part …

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  • Tum Par Hai Qurban

    January 31st, 2019. Knowledge Resource centre. The Bhawanipur Education Society College seized the initiative to break the stereotype that it is only on special days like August 15th and January 26th that the Nation should talk patriotism. The response, “Tum par hai Qurban”, organised and conducted by Prof Vasundhara Mishra acclaimed poetess was a resounding success as …

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