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  • Richer Reader – Book discussion on Life’s Amazing Secrets

    March 18th, 2019. Placement Hall. The International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON) was started in 1966 in New York City and is a Gaudiya Vaishnava Hindu Religious organisation. Members of the ISKCON visited the Bhawanipur Education Society College (BESC) and were felicitated by Prof Dilip Shah, the Dean of Student Affairs of the College.  Prabhu …

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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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  • Re-thinking Romanticism: A Seminar Series (2019-2020)

    The Department of English, The Bhawanipur Education Society College inaugurated a year-long seminar series titled Re-thinking Romanticism on 19th March 2019. The inaugural seminar was organised in collaboration with Indo British Scholars’ Association (IBSA) Kolkata. The aim of the inaugural seminar was to focus on new approaches to the study of Romanticism, which, in Indian …

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  • Verve

    March 14th – 16th, 2019. Vidya Mandir, Spring Club, JDBI (Main Campus).  The JD Birla Institute Fest, Verve, is one of the major events in the city’s College fests circuit and is known for the sheer energy and inventiveness of the students who leave no stones unturned to ensure the success of their fest. The fact that …

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  • Women’s Day Seminar

    The Women’s Cell and the Department of Psychology of the B.E.S College organised a seminar on the 8th of March 2019 to commemorate the Women’s Day. Dr. Prama Chakravarti spoke on anxiety management. She spoke about the nature of stress that develops because of anxiety and also the signs or signals of it as well …

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  • BESC participates in walk to commemorate Women’s Day

    March 8th, 2019. JD Birla Institute (Main Campus). One of the primary reasons that had led to the establishment of the Bhawanipur Education Society College (BESC) shortly after the Nation had wrested independence was to provide quality education to girls. Ever since, BESC has been focussed on ensuring that equal opportunities are made available to …

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  • Education Abroad

    March 6th, 2019. Concept hall. The world has shrunk, borders have evaporated and physical constrains are no longer a restricting factor for those who dare to dream. This new reality manifests itself in the way students are seeking out opportunities to study abroad, to get for them the education that they deem to best fit …

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  • Theatre Festival – Inauguration

    March 1st, 2019. New Concept Hall. Shiladitya Roy, an avid theatre buff unveiled the third edition of the BESC Theatre Festival in which more than twenty colleges participated. Live actors, presenting their take on an event live or imaginary, before a live audience, that too in real time is no easy feat to accomplish, pointed …

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  • Re-thinking Romanticism: Field Trip

    On the 3rd of March, 2019, the Department of English of The Bhawanipur Education Society College organised a field trip as a part of the year-long seminar titled ‘Re-thinking Romanticism’. The objective of the visit was to acquaint the second year students of undergraduate and postgraduate courses with sites of colonial heritage in order to …

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  • Carnival 2019

    February 22nd and 23rd, 2019. The Turf. In ancient Greece, where the carnival is widely believed to have originated, Winter was thought of as the reign of the winter spirits; which needed to be driven out in order for the summer to return. Carnival was thus be celebrated as a rite of passage from darkness to light, …

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  • BESC plays Baddy

    The Bhawanipur Education Society College (BESC) witnessed some spirited rallies around the net as it played out its annual intra-college badminton tournament. The popularity of the game can be gauged from the fact that as many as 148 students participated in the event as players. As is de rigueur in the BESC, ass arrangements – …

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  • Srijan – the Sri Shikshayatan Fest

    Every year, Sri Shikshayatan College celebrates youth and the intrinsic creativity of the city’s college going population through their fest, the Srijan. The idea is as much to provide the students an outlet for their creative energies as it is to provide a platform for the talents to be highlighted, appreciated so that they may …

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