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We call the form from the college we deposit in the college after that a merit list has list in the college, device of number we got admission into students don't like me English to Bengali honours history hons physics honours chemistry honours ke pass course.
Yes, this is very helpful to me. in the examination hall the atmosphere of the room was very helpful. The examination is total 800 and 4 hours. To participate in the exam student the be filled up the form. The examination is held on another college. Every Wednesday there is two students in the bench and there is three teacher in the class.
The fees was very reasonable and feasible at Rs.2700 for a year, it was a very reasonable college for those students who could not afford expensive education. Overall the course was around Rs.10,000 including all the fee. The fees could be submitted in the form of demand draft or card payments.
The course was three years long with six semesters and each semester had 5 to 6 subjects to study including the non-core and core subjects. The curriculum was demanding a lot of hard work but it was stressfree. Externals and internals were conducted at the end of each semester and we had to submit a major project report at the end of each year.
Fee structure is actually pretty feasible. It's within our reach. But the college takes money in the name of unnecessary things. The college Administration needs improvements in lots of aspects.so they should work on that.
Obviously i can only tell you about the English honours curriculum. It's actually quite good and big.But they can improve the syllabus for example they can add more Indian literature. As for the exam structure, it's quite hectic. We have total eighth honours papers in three years each for 100 marks. Two papers each 1st and 2nd year and four papers in the 3rd year. Also two Compulsory papers in the 1st year and two more papers each 1st and 2nd year on two subjects of ours select.
The fee structure is feasible. It doesn't really cost too much - it's only about 8,000 rupees for the three year Bachelor's course. It's very affordable for the general public,= in an around Bankura and otherwise.
I liked the course curriculum very much. The topics were relevant and went deep into the subject matter. It was very interesting. We got to know so much and we read about many great pieces. Yearly exams were held, with smaller exams held from time to time. It was not very hectic.
the fee structure is feasible, no doubt. It costs around 8,000 rupees for the three-year course, which is very much affordable. Not everyone is affluent in these parts, and the fees being affordable is helpful for education.
I loved the course structure. The subjects and topics were really wonderful and interesting! There were some really good pieces from Bengali literature that we had to discuss and I really liked that.
The college fee is nominal that's why we have such a condition of the college. The first year fee is Rs 2,700. The whole course is of just three years so total fee is Rs 8,100 which can be considered as fair.
The course is not so hard. The syllabus is combined with group discussion, projects and assignments and also presentation. We are also given marks of the attendance so we have to be present in the classrooms.
Our college fee structure is very low and for my curriculum it was around Rs.7,000-7,500. Many students from our village pursue their education from this college for the availability of quality education and low fee.
I opted for B.A general course, so i have general programs with geography but we have the option to choose general subjects without the geography subject as well. It is a theee year course with many practical and research work.
The fee structure for the programme is very much feasible. It cost us around 9,000 for the entire programme. This is a very good point of the college as it si helpful for students to pay the fee even by themselves.
The course curriculum is very much the extension of previous classes syllabus. We began with the earliest history in NCERTs or to say the stone age and here also we began with the same but we studied a lot more detailed information.
The fee structure is pretty girl and very reasonable in comparison to other colleges or universities full stop the student who what's the require hostel facility then the fees is included in there admission fees. The fees for the forces rupees 2700 only.
The student has to study all the subjects related to the economy of India awesome times of the country outside India. The subjects are introductory microeconomics intermediate microeconomics, intermediate macroeconomics, mathematical economics, Money and banking etc.
Annual fees for this course is rupees 2700 only. The college provide transfer facility from one subject to another so for that the student has to pay only rupees 50 per subject. Overall the fees is not expensive at all.
The subjects are divided semester wise. The subject the student has to study are Indian classical literature, women's writing, British poetry, popular literature, poetry and short story translation of creative writing environmental studies communicative English and many more subjects.
Burdwan University result 2021 is released for semester examinations for all the programs. Results are released in PDF form separately for all the programs. Students need to enter their registration number on the online portal to check the results. Burdwan University conducts examinati
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Our college placement cell is not so active. We do not have on campus recruitment facilities available. There are no career or internship fairs organised at the college. We have to depend on internship providing websites.by Bhavani
Our college do not provide any kind of placement and internship as it offers very few curriculum. But our seniors applied from other sources and are successfully working in both private and government sector.by Mersal
Excellent there is no word to express my opinion about the college the college is very helpful to all of us.by Nitai Rana