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Department of Bengali


About the Department:


The Bengali Department started from the time of establishment of the college (1995). Elective Bengali was introduced with the inception but honours started in 2003. CBCS was launched in 2019 following UGC guideline. At present Honours, Generic Elective, Language Course (LC) and Ability Enhancement Course (AEC) are taught across different semesters. Two courses of the Bengali department are taught as interdisciplinary courses – Language Course (LC) and Ability Enhancement Course (AEC).


Departmental Programme: 


  • International Webinar: 2 (IQAC, SAM Sponsored)
  • National Seminar: 1 (UGC Sponsored)
  • State Seminar: 2 (IQAC, SAM Sponsored)
  • Theatre Workshop: 1 (IQAC, SAM Sponsored)
  • Poetry Workshop: 1 (IQAC, SAM Sponsored)
  • Departmental Seminar: 2 (IQAC Sponsored)
  • Departmental Webinar: 2 (IQAC, SAM Sponsored)
  • Commemoration: Rabaindrajayanti, Rabindra Prayan, Nazrul Jayanti, Mahashweta Debir Prayan, Vidyasagar 125th Prayan, etc.
  • International Mothers Language Day (Every Year)




The college has a central library. The number of Bengali books in the library is about five thousand. Various magazines are regularly collected in the library. A book bank has also been developed in the department for the convenience of students. A PDF book bank has also been created for the department. These PDF books are regularly posted in the students Whats-App group.


Students Enlistment


  • Interactive Class
  • Supply Teaching Materials
  • Supply Assignment Question and Model Answer
  • Class Test for Internal Assessment
  • Audio – Video Class
  • Special Lecture
  • Class PPT and PDF books are posted on their Whats-App group for the convenience of students.


Programme Specific Outcome:


  1. Students are expected to develop the language skill to communicate both in writing and verbally.
  2. It is expected that at the end of the programme students will get a fair knowledge of the development of Bengali literature vis-à-vis its culture – how it emerged, evolved and sustained despite several upheavals.
  3. After graduating they are expected to develop their sense of art and literature that will enable them to understand better, social and cultural relationships.
  4. Students are also expected to learn analytical skills while developing their cognitive perception.