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Seminar on Higher Education Scenario in India
Merchants’ Chamber of Commerce and Industry (MCCI), one of the most dynamic and front-ranking business chambers in Kolkata, organized a special session on ‘Higher Education Scenario in India’ with Dr Satya Pal Singh, Hon’ble Minister of State for Human Resource Development (Higher Education) and Water Resources, River Development and Ganga Rejuvenation, Government of India at Hotel Hindusthan International, Kolkata.
Dr Satya Pal spoke about the quality of higher education, no-detention policy till class 10 and laid stress on “descriptive and objective knowledge” to test the knowledge of the candidates in the Special Session. Calling for a forward-looking approach in framing educational policies, Dr. Singh said, “Scientists are talking about fourth industrial revolution, internet of things, big data, artificial intelligence. Are we preparing our children for these? Innovation and creativity have to be ensured at the school level, it can’t just crop up at the college level.”
The Conference was attended by the students of Corporate Communications, who met Professor Dilip Shah, Dean of the Student Affairs, the BESC, and were ecstatic to find a familiar face at such a prestigious Conference. Professor Shah was one of the special invitees to the Session and asked important questions related to the development of higher education directed towards the panellists.
All in all, the Session enlightened us on the various aspects of higher education in India, especially the importance of school education as the foundation of higher education quality. We also got to attend a Press Conference real time and were exposed to the working of the Public Relations department of the Chamber who handled the media and facilitated the interaction between the speakers including the Hon. Minister and the representatives of the media. We were fortunate to be introduced top some distinguished members of the media who not only helped us understand how they formed their questions and engaged the speaker but were also accommodating in inviting us for further interactions in the pursuit of our studies.
(This report has been filed by Jyotshna Agiwal of the Corporate Communication class of the BESC who is also a member of the Expressions Collective.)
‘Understanding Disability: Cultural & Social Dimensions’
A special lecture on Disability Studies by Professor Banibrata Mahanta was organized by the Department of English, The Bhawanipur Education Society College on 09.07.2021 from 3.00 p.m. to 5.00 p.m. for the students of M.A English. Teaching in the Department of English, Benaras Hindu University, Professor Banibrata Mahanta has has been working in the area …
The Department of Chemistry in collaboration with IQAC, The Bhawanipur Education Society College organized a webinar entitled “ChemVoice’21” on June 26, 2021 from 2.30 pm in Google Meet platform. It was a Students’ Webinar where twelve students of the Department of Chemistry participated and presented various topics based on their undergraduate syllabus and different topics …
Saha and his journey to the stars
The webinar “Saha and his journey to the stars” was organized by the department of physics of The Bhawanipur Education Society College on 22nd June, 2020. The Teacher-in-Charge Dr. S. Chakravarty and Vice principal (Science) Dr. S.K. Datta encouraged and provided essential support to organize the webinar. The college management provided required financial and technical …
“Gaye Taba Jaya Gatha” – BESC celebrates the Independence Day
Students, Teachers, members of the non-teaching staff and the Management Committee congregated in the specially constructed structure called the Pavilion in the Turf to celebrate the Independence Day