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Evaluative Report of the Department of Bengali

 

Bengali as a subject came into being right at the inception of Dinhata College in 1956. Honours Course in the Department

 was introduced in 1981.  Studies in Bengali Language and Literature in consonance with the syllabi of the University

of North Bengal are imparted in three analogous sub-streams --Bengali Honours, ­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­Elective Bengali and Compulsory Bengali.

Compulsory  Bengali  is also indeed, binding  the students irrespective  of their  divisions into  Science, Arts  and  Commerce

 streams. 

  1. Name of the Department: BENGALI
  2. Year of establishment: 1956(gen), 1981(hons)
  3. Names of Programs /Courses offered: UG ( B. A. Honours, B. A. General,
  4. Name of Interdisciplinary courses and the departments / units involved: N.A.
  5. Annual/Semester/Choice Based Credit System (programme wise): UG Annual
  6. Participation of the department in the courses offered by other departments:Compulsory Bengali for B.Sc. and B.Com.) 
  7. Courses in collaboration with other universities, industries, foreign institutions, etc.: No. 
  8. Details of courses / programs discontinued (if any) with reasons: No Such courses till date.
  9. Number of teaching posts

 

Sanctioned

Filled

Professor : 00

NA

NA

Associate Professor

1. DR. AMITAVA DATTA

00

1*

Assistant Professor

1. DR. SUCHISMITA DEBNATH

2. SUBHASH CHANDRA DAS

4

2

* No direct recruitment. Promotional according to UGC-DPI, Govt. of West Bengal-University Rules

Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation, area of specialization, experience and research under guidance

​Name

Qualification

Designation

Specialization

No. of Years of

Experience

No. of Ph.D. Students guided for the last 4 years

Dr. Amitava Datta

M.A., B.T.

Ph.D.

Associate

 Professor

 

Rabindra Sahitya

19 yrs

None

Dr. Suchismita Debnath

M.A., B.Ed.

Ph.D.

Assistant

Professor

Fiction and Short-Story

15 yrs

None

Sri Subhash Chandra Das

M.A.

Assistant

Professor

Madhya Yuger Akshan o Onubad Kabya

13 yrs

None

  1. List of senior Visiting Faculty:  Guest Lecturers along with senior visiting faculty Prof. Debimalika Deb (Retired)
  2. Percentage of lectures delivered and practical classes handled (program-wise) by temporary faculty: 14% (Lecturers

                                                                                                      delivered by guest lecturers and visiting faculty)

  1. Student Teacher Ratio (program-wise):

Programme/Course

Student Teacher Ratio

B.A. Part-I Honours

40:1

B.A. Part-I General

150:1

B.A. Part-II Honours

35:1

B.A. Part-II General

150:1

B.A. Part-III Honours

25:1

B.A. Part-III General

150:1

B.A., B.Sc. & B.Com Part-III Compulsory

150:1

 According to the University’s norm maximum 150 student per section may be allowed.

  1. Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff: sanctioned, filled: Not applicable.
  2. Qualification of teaching faculty with DSc/D. Litt/Ph. D./MPhil/PG

1. Dr. Amitava Datta

M.A., B.T., Ph.D.

2. Dr. Suchismita Debnath

M.A., B.Ed., Ph.D.

3. Sri Subhash Chandra Das

M.A.

6. Number of faculty with ongoing projects from a) national b) international funding agencies and grants received. NIL

7. Departmental projects funded by DST-FIST; UGC, DBT, ICSSR, etc., total grants received. NIL

Funding agency, etc.

Year

Name of Principal Investigator

Grant Approved

Grants Received

N.A

 

 

 

 

N.A

 

 

 

 

N.A

 

 

 

 

8. Research Centre /facility recognized by the University: No.

9. Publications:

 Publication per faculty:

Research work, Publications and other information of:

                                                    Dr. Amitava Datta

Publication : Books published as single author or as other:

 

Books

Rabindra Sahitye Loke Sadharan

Pustak Bipani

2004

Papers presented in Seminars or Workshops:

Sl. No.

Participation and  Title   of  the Paper Presented

Title of Conference/ Seminar

Organized By

 

Whether  International/ National/State/ Regional/College or University level

1

Participated

UG Education in the Degree Colleges under NBU: Aperspective

dt. 29.11.2011

Thakur Panchanan Mahila

Mahavidyalaya

UGC Sponsored National

Seminar

2

“Rabindra galpe purushtantrik samajer raktachokshu o narir pratibad”

“Changing Face of Indian Women”

dt. 21 & 22 March, 2005

Dinhata College

UGC Sponsored National Seminar

 

3

Participated

“Kabi Sarbavouma Rabindranath”

dt. 09 June 2015

Organised by:- Dinhata College

UGC Funded Seminar

4

Participated

“Indian Culture and Moral Philosophy”

dt. 08 July 2015

Organised by:- Dinhata College

UGC Funded Seminar

Research work, Publications and other information of:

                                                   Dr. Suchismita Debnath

Publication : Books published as single author or as other:

SL.No.

Title

Name of the Book & authorship

Publisher & ISBN No.

1

Ashapurna Debir Chhotogolpo Andarmahaler Dristi

‘Ashapurna Debir Chhotogolpo

Andarmahaler Dristi’ & Single Self Authorship

Parashpathar Prakashan, ISBN 978-93-82046-51-6

2

Alorbritto Satyobati : Ashapurna Debir Uponyas ‘Pratham Pratishruti’

‘Swadhinata Uttar Bangla Uponyas’ – Edited by Arnab Chakraborty, Shyamsundar Pradhan & Biswajit Panda & Co-Authorship

Parashpathar Prakashan, ISBN 978-93-82046-37-0

3

Sishusahityo : Lila Mazumder O Ashapurna Devi

‘Kathasahitya ebong anyanya’ -  Edited by Manoj Bhoj & Co-Authorship

Bangiya Sahitya Samsad

978-93-83590-95-7

4

Jantro Shilpayan O TATA Research Institute : Vivekananda

Thoughts of Swami Vivekananda & Present Economic Scenario – Edited by Subhashis Mukherjee & Tamojit Roy

978-93-84671-20-4

Papers presented in Seminars or Workshops:

Sl. No.

Title of the paper presented

Title of Conference / Seminar

Organized by

Level of Seminar (UGC Sponsored)

Date

1

Snatak Shikshar Unnayane Shikshaker Bhumika

Under Graduate Education in the Degree Colleges under N.B.U. : A Perspective

Thakur Panchanan Mahila Mahavidyalaya, Cooch Behar

National

29.11.2001

 

2

Banijyik Safolatay sahitye Gotimoyata

Changing Scenario in Business & Economic Environment

Dinhata College

National

30-31 March 2002

 

3

Nari Swadhinatay Chetanar Jagaran

Changing Face of Indian Women

Dinhata College

National

21-22 March 2005

 

 

4

Chhotogolpo : Pratibadi Chetanay Ashapurnar Bhabna

 

Sataborsher Aloke Manik Bandyopadhyay, Budhadeb Basu O Ashapurna Devi

Department of Bengali, North Bengal University

National

18-20 March 2009

5

Rabindra Chhotogolpo : Samaje Narir Mukti

Rabindra Sahitya

Department of Bengali, North Bengal University

National

24-25 February 2011

6

Actively Participated in the Workshop

Workshop for Assistance in Assessment & Accreditation / Reaccreditation by NAAC

West Bengal State Council of Higher Education & Thakur Panchanan Mahila Mahavidyalaya

Regional

26 February 2011

7

History of the Literary works of the Queens of the Cooch Behar Dynasty

Historians and Historiography of India : Dimensions and Perspectives (Focus on Eastern and North East India)

A.B.N. Seal College & North Bengal University

International

20-21 March 2012

8

Literary Style of Charles Dickens

Reviewing Dickens Bicentenary : Reading Twenty-First Century Interpretations of Charles Dickens

University B.T. Evening College, Cooch Behar

National

22 March 2013

9

Jantro Shilpayan O TATA Research Institute : Vivekananda

Relevance of Swami Vivekanda in the Present Social and Economic Scenario

Cooch Behar College

National

1-2 April 2013

10

Alor Britto Satyabati : Ashapurna Devir Uponyas ‘Pratham Pratishruti’

Swadhinata Uttar Bangla Uponyas

Birpara College

National

22-23 August 2013

11

Swamijir Chintan : Bharater Ganashiksha

Swamiji’s India & India’s Swamiji : Re-reading Categories

Sukanta Mahavidyalay, Dhupguri in collaboration with P.D. Women’s College, Jalpaiguri

State Level

7 December 2013

12

Boudha Dharma Samanwito Bharat O Bhutan : Bangla Sahitye Jatak o Rabindranath

Indo-Bhutan Relations through the Centuries

Nani Bhattacharya Smarak Mahavidyalaya, Jaigaon

International

23-24 December 2014

13

Sishusahitya ; Lila Majumder O Ashapurna Devi

Bangla Bhasha O Sahitye Nana Charcha

Samsi College, Malda

International

17 February 2015

14

Utpal Dutta O Shambhu Mitra : Natya Bhabna

Changing Directions of the Postcolonial Indian Theatre

University B.T. & Evening College in collaboration with Dinhata College, Cooch Behar

National

29-30 September 2015

15

Participated

“Kabi Sarbavouma Rabindranath”

dt. 09 June 2015

Organised by:- Dinhata College

UGC Funded Seminar

16

Participated

“Indian Culture and Moral Philosophy”

dt. 08 July 2015

Organised by:- Dinhata College

UGC Funded Seminar

             

 

Research work, Publications and other information of:

                                                   Sri Subhash Chandra Das

Publication: Books published as single author or as other:

Sl. No.

Title

Published in

Year

1

 “Ebang Jeebaner Shabda”

 

Sharadiya “Sahitya Bibartan”

  Bengali Magazine

1411

2

“Ajashra Jantranar Raktakarabi o Rabindranath”

“Uttarer Utsab”

Bengali Magazine

2008

3

“Dandapirita Atmachaitanyer Duti Dik o Budhadeb Basu”

“Purba Bharat”

Bengali Magazine, ISSN:2319-8591

2014

4

Alternative Bengali (MIL)

Published by Director DDE 

University of North Bengal

2003

         

 

Papers presented in Seminars or Workshops:

SL NO.

Participation and Title   of  the Paper Presented

 

 

Title of Conference/ Seminar

Organized By

 

Whether  International/ National/State/ Regional/College or University level

1

“Narir Abasthangata Astita o Bibartaner Abhighate Mither Nabajanma Ebang Rabindranath”

“Changing Face of Indian Women”

dt. 21 & 22 March, 2005

Dinhata College

UGC Sponsored National Seminar

2

Participated

“National Knowledge Commission – New Commandment in Higher Education”

dt. 24 November 2007

West Bengal

College & University Teachers’

Association.

At Darbhanga Hall of Calcutta University

National Seminar

 

3

Participated

“Bangla Sahityer Bahumukhi Bikash”

dt. 27 February 2007

Department of Bengali, (PG)

A.B.N. Seal College.

Departmental  Seminar

for PG

4

“Kabi Budhyadeb: Koumarya Bhabna o Bishannatamayn

Romantikata”

 

 

 

 

“Shatabarsher Aloke Manik Bandopadhyay, Budhyadeb Basu o Ashapurna Debi”

dt. 16-20 March 2009

Department of Bengali,

University of North Bengal

 

 

 

UGC Sponsored

National Seminar

5

Participated

“Recent

Reforms in Education in

India: Trends and

Challenges.”

dt. 1-2 October 2010

West Bengal

College and University Teachers’

Association.

At Rabindra Bhaban, Coochbehar. Organised by:- University    B. T. & Evening College and Tufanganj Mahavidyalaya

 

UGC Sponsored National Seminar

6

Participated

“Indian Women in

Crossroads: Transition

from Colonization to

Globalization”

dt. 26-27 November 2010

Organised by:- Women Cell,  A.B.N. Seal College

UGC Sponsored Seminar

7

“Rabindranather Nari Charitre Antarbiplaber Abhighat Ebang Puraner Punarjanma”

Tagore At 150: “The Artist, Philosopher And Intellectual”

dt. 4 and 5  February 2011

Vivekananda College, Jalpaiguri.

In Association With

Tufanganj College, CoochBehar.

UGC Sponsored National Seminar

8

“Rabindranath o NIirala”

“Rabindranath And Hindi Literature”

dt. 28 & 29 March, 2011

 

Nani Bhattacharya Smarak Mahavidyalaya, Jalpaiguri

 

National Seminar

9

Rabindra Upanyase ekaker ditya”

“Sardha Shatabarshe Rabindranath: Phire Dekha”

dt. 2-3 March, 2012

The Department of Bengali, Shitalkuchi College, CoochBehar.

UGC Sponsored National Seminar

10

“Bhabadarsher ‘prachya o paschatya’ Ebang Swami Vivekanander ‘Bartaman Bharat”

“Relevance of Swami Vivekananda in the Present Socio and Economic Scenario”

dt. 1-2 April 2013

Department of Economics & Commerce. Cooch Behar College, in collaboration with Ramkrishna Math, Cooch Behar

UGC Sponsored National Seminar

11

“Anushilita Udbartaner Abhisarika Ebang Rabindranath”

“Bangla Bhasha o Sahityer nana Charcha”

dt. 17 February

Department of Bengali, Samsi College.

InterNational Seminar

12

“ Raja panchanan Barma Ebang Rajakiya Rajdharma”

Socio – Politico – EconomicThoughts of Thakur Panchanan Barma – Its Relevance in Present Contest”

dt. 26-27 September 2015

 

Department Political Science and Commerce, Dinhata College.

in collaboration with

 

13

Participated

“Kabi Sarbavouma Rabindranath”

dt. 09 June 2015

 

 

Organised by:- Dinhata

College

 

 

UGC Funded Seminar

14

Participated

“Indian Culture and Moral Philosophy”

dt. 08 July 2015

 

 

Organised by:- Dinhata

College

 

 

UGC Funded Seminar

           

 

  • Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals (national / international): Mentioned in the above table (individual)
  • Monographs:Nil
  • Chapters in Books: Mentioned in the above table (individual)
  • Books edited: Mentioned in the above table (individual)
  • Books with ISBN with details of publishers: Mentioned in the above table (individual)
  •  Number listed in International Database (For e.g. Web of Science, Scopus, Humanities International Complete, Dare                                           Database - International Social Sciences Directory, EBSCO host, Medline, etc.): NA
  • Citation Index – range / average:NA
  • SNIP: NA
  • SJR: NA
  • Impact Factor – range / average: NA
  • h-index: NA  
  • Areas of consultancy and income generated: NIL
  •  Faculty as members in 

       a) National committees b) International committees c) Editorial Boards:NIL

  • Student projects:Nil  
    • percentage of students who have taken up in-house projects including inter-departmental /programme: NIL
    • percentage of students placed for projects in organisations outside the                                                                                           institution i.e., in Research laboratories / Industry / other agencies: NA (as per University Curriculum )
  • Awards / recognitions received at the national and international level by
  • Faculty:Nil
  • Students : Data not kept
  • List of eminent academicians and scientists / visitors to the department:

Prof. Amitra Sudan Bhattacharya, Prof. Ananda Gopal Ghosh,

  • Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops organized and the source of funding      
  •   a) National: Organized UGC Funded Seminar

   b) International: Nil

  • Student profile program-wise:

Name of the Course/Programme

(refer to question no. 4)

Applications received

Selected

Male    Female 

 

Enrolled

Pass percentage

 

* M

* F

Part I Honours Course

 (session 2015-2016)

1057

120

33

87

N.A.

Part II Honours Course

 (session 2015-2016)

104

83

29

54

79.80%

Part III Honours Course

 (session 2015-2016)

89

84

40

44

94.38%

* M=Male     * F=Female

Diversity of students

Name of the Course

% of students from the same State

% of students from other State

% of students from abroad

Part I Honours Course

(session 2015-2016)

100%

NIL

NIL

Part I General Course

(session 2015-2016)

100%

NIL

NIL

  • How many students have cleared national and state competitive examinations such as NET, SLET, GATE, Civil Services and Defense Services etc. : 5%
  • Student progression

Student progression

Percentage against enrolled

UG to PG

Data not maintained   

PG to M.Phil

NA

PG to Ph.D. 

NA

Ph.D. to Post-Doctoral 

NA

Employed

  • Campus selection
  • Other than campus recruitment

 

NA

Data not maintained  

Entrepreneurship/Self-employment  

Data not maintained  

  • Details of infrastructural facilities

a) Library : yes (infrastructural facilities are centrally maintained by the college)

b) Internet facilities for staff and students : yes (infrastructural facilities are centrally maintained by the college)

c) Class rooms with ICT facility: NIL

e) Laboratories: NA

  • Number of students receiving financial assistance from College, University, government or other agencies: considerable

 number of students are receiving financial assistance.

  • Details of student enrichment programmes (special lectures / workshops/seminar) with external experts:  the Honours students

 are  benefitted by seminar and special lecture. 

  • Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning: traditional lecturer method and audio visual method power point

 presentation camera access group discussion question-answer session departmental seminar with the maximum participation of the students

  • Participation in Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR) and Extension activities: NSS
  • SWOC analysis of the department and future plans. 

Strength

Weakness

Opportunity

 

Challenge

 

 

Full Sanctioned faculty  post

Annual increase in number of seats

Number of bright students increasing

The campus recruitment policy

 


Evaluative Report of the Department of Bengali is dounloadable here