The Department of Bengali Started functioning from its inception with elective Bengali in the pass course. A number of eminent teachers graced the Department. The Honours course was introduced in the year 1994 due to the earnest effort of the then Teacher-in-Charge of Dr. Somendra Narayan Chaudhuri and with the active co-operation of Sri Banadev Mukherjee and Sri Rabi Roy. The Department was then helped by a number of part-time teachers.
Nearly hundred percent success rate has been achieved by the students of this Department in the University Examinations for the last three years. The Department organizes educational tour since 2003. Different projects are assigned to the Honours students to develop their innovative skills.
Various teaching-aids like audio-cassettes, paintings are used by the teachers for the advancement of the teaching learning process.The teachers have been able to achieve the cordial relation with the students through counseling process.
|Study Level||Cut-off marks at Entry||Approved intake|
|UG (Honours)||As per C.U. norms||30|
The Department has its own Departmental Library with sufficient books. The Central Library too has a rich collection of Bengali books. There are paintings (as Patachitra) and Tape-Recorder, laptop, projector and screen at disposal to make the classes audio-visual. The Department has computer and printer with internet connection.
|Sima Mukherjee||M.A., M.Phil.||Associate Professorfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Sushreema Dutta (Sensharma)||M.A., M.Phil., Ph.D.||Associate Professoremail@example.com|
|Kollol Gangopadhyay||M.A.||Assistant Professorfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Ujjwala Paik Mondal||M.A., Ph.D.||Assistant Professoremail@example.com|
The students are taken to Educational Tours in various places to give them exposure to different cultures worldwide beyond the syllabus. The students were taken to Jorasanko Thakurbari, Town Hall, William Kerry Museum, Dupleix museum, Gurusaday Museum, Swami Vivekananda’s Ancestral House and Cultural Centre, painting exhibition and theatre in Academy of Fine Arts, etc. Students have been taken to see Bengali Drama for a better understanding of Theatre which is a part of their syllabus. Films are shown frequently to help the students have a wider exposure to society.
Average success rate of the Department is 95%.
Students have been performing well in extra-curricular activities as:
Yearwise Success Rate:
Smt. Sima Mukherjee