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Bangabasi Evening College, Kolkata

Bangabasi Evening College
Kolkata


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Category
 
»Arts
»Commerce
»Science
Departments
»Under-Graduate
Course Details
Under Graduate Courses
Bachelor of Science
Honours
Honours General [any two subjects]
Anthropology Botany and Zoology
Chemisty Physics and Mathematics
Economics Mathematics and Political Science
Mathematics Chemisty and Physics
Physiology Chemistry / Botany and Zoology
General
(any three subjects from the four groups)
Physical Science Biological Science [any one group]
Group A Group B Group C
Physics
Chemistry
Mathematics
Physiology
Botany
Zoology
Anthropology/Chemistry
Botany
Zoology
 
Geography Pol. Sc. Economics Mathematics
Bachelor of Commerce
Honours
Accounting and Finance
*Environment Studies compulsary in 3rd year.
General
(any three subjects from the four groups)
B.Com. General
Bachelor of Arts
Honours
Honours General General [any two subjects from (a) and (b)]
English (a) Political Science / Philosophy
(b) Economics / History
Bengali (a) Political Science / Sanskrit
(b) Economics / Philosophy / History
History (a) Political Science / Sanskrit
(b) Economics / History / Elective Bengali
Political Science (a) Economics / Philosophy
(b) Elective English / History / Elective Hindi
Sanskrit (a) History / Elective Hindi / Elective Bengali
(b) Economics / Philosophy
Philosophy (a) Political Science / Sanskrit
(b) Elective English / Elective Bengali, History
General
[ant three subjects from the four groups]
Group A Group B Group C Group D
Mathematics
History
Political Science
Sanskrit
Economics /
Philosophy
Elective Bengali /
Elective Hindi /
Elective English /
Compulsory Subjects
For all Degree Courses
B.A. (Hons./Gen)/B.Sc. (Hons./Gen)/B.Com. (Hons./Gen) in Part I
1 English / ENGC / CMBC
2 Bengali / Hindi
3 Environment Studies in Part III Course
College History
Principal Prasanta Kumar Bose, the illustrious and worthy son of Acharya Girish Chandra Bose, founder of Bangabasi College, an eminent educationist of Bengal, founded the evening section of the Bangabasi College for the needy employed students in 1940 to teach Commerce.

In 1944 Principal Bose opened up the Arts and Science faculties in the evening time. Finally employed women were also enrolled as students by Principal Bose. Through the introduction of the Phase Reduction Scheme of the University Grants Commission, Bangabasi Evening College came into a separate existence on 11 April 1965, under the guidance and direction of Principal Prasanta Kumar Bose. At that time there were ten thousand students in Bangabasi College, but the number of students in the colleges of West Bengal had to be reduced as per the University Grant Commission scheme. In accordance with the Scheme, Bangabasi College was split up into three seperate Colleges. The evening shift was named Bangabasi Evening College under a separate Governing Body. During the Second World War a branch of the Bangabasi College was established in Kushtia (now in Bangladesh) in 1942, as the people of Kolkata were troubled by the bombing of Japanese troops. After the Second World War it was closed.
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