ACHARYA GIRISH CHANDRA BOSE COLLEGE
Formerly Bangabasi College of Commerce
|Established||:||November 27th, 1887||Type||:||Public|
|President||:||-||Principal||:||Dr. Asit Kumar Sarkar|
|Former Name||:||Bangabasi College||Location||:||Kolkata, West Bengal, India|
|Affiliations||:||University of Calcutta||Website||:||www.agcbosecollege.org|
|Under Graduate Admission :||
|35, Rajkumar Chakraborty Sarani (Scott Lane), Kolkata- 700 009|
+91 033 2350 1426
+91 033 2352 7741
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|Bangabasi College offers a number of degrees as part of its undergraduate programmes. They include :|
»3 years B.A. (Hons)
»3 years B.Sc. (Hons)
»3 years B.Com.
»3 years B.A. (Gen)
»3 years B.Sc. (Gen)
»3 years B.Com. (Gen)
|B.A. Honours Subjects :|
|B.Com. Honours Subjects :|
»Direct and Indirect Taxation
»Cost & Management Accounting
» Indian Financial System and Financial Market
|B.Sc. Honours Subjects :|
|3 year General Degree Course (B.A. / B.Sc. / B.Com.) is also offered by Bangabasi College.|
|Bangabasi College offers a self-finance two-year (four-semester) Master of Science (M.Sc.) in Zoology.|
|Bangabasi College Computer Training Center|
|Bangabasi College in collaboration with Webel Informatics Limited offers a computer awareness course. This course is compulsory to the students of B.A. (Hons. & General), B.Sc. (general) students.|
Acharya Girish Chandra Bose founded Bangabasi School in 1885. The school started in a rented house in Bowbazar Street with six teachers and twelve students. The school was upgraded into a college in 1887. Girish Chandra had served the college as its Principal from 1887 to 1933, before he was nominated as Rector of the college in 1935. The College got affiliation for B.A, B.L. and M.A. courses to meet the requirement of the students. In the year 1903, the college moved to its present premises at 19, Scott Lane. After that there was a steady growth of the college with the introduction of the Honors courses in various subjects.
After the independence in 1947, three new branches of the institution were opened which, later changed into Bangabasi Morning College, Bangabasi Day College and Bangabasi Evening College. All of them are housed in the same building, except Bangabasi College of Commerce. The College became co-educational in 1979 and the college authority opened another commerce department. 1947, the year of India's independence, coincided with the diamond jubilee year of the college. The celebration was inaugurated by Chakravarthi Rajagopalachari, a lawyer, writer, statesman and the second Governor-General of independent India.
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