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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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  • Republic Day celebrations

    January 26th 2019, Turf. The Bhawanipur Education Society College makes it a point to celebrate the Republic Day by specifically remembering and dedicating the occasion to a freedom fighter, someone who had sacrificed his all for the Nation. This year, the occasion was dedicated to Khudiram Bose, who at the time of his hanging was …

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  • BESC moves into the Global Village

    Concept Hall, October 7th, 2018. AIESEC the international youth exchange programme that fosters global brotherhood needs no introduction. It is the world’s largest non-profit youth-run organisation. It is also an international non-governmental not-for-profit organisation that provides young people with leadership development, cross-cultural global internships, and volunteer exchange experiences across the globe. The organisation focuses on …

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  • “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

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  • BESC Salutes the fallen heroes, celebrates Kargil Vijay Diwas

    Concept Hall, July 26th, 2018. On this day in 1999, the Indian army had successfully wrested control of the vantage peaks from the clutches of the Pakistani army personnel masquerading as terrorists who had surreptitiously entered deep into India territory and dug themselves in. The battles that followed, were some of the fiercest in the …

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  • Fagun – the BESC festival of flowers

    Some students pronounce it with a “Ph”, drawing its origin back to the Punjabi month of Phagun in the Nanakshahi calendar, while others allude to the eleventh month of the Bengali calendar named after the star Uttorfalguni, which marks the arrival of spring – the sixth and the final season in these parts of the …

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