BESC Archive

BESC – the incubator of entrepreneurship, excellence

Even as the debate whether Entrepreneurs are born or made rages on unabated, Kolkata’s premier institution, the Bhawanipur Education Society College (BESC) is walking the talk to empower students and transform them into the entrepreneurs of tomorrow. BESC will soon open the doors of its swank Incubation Centre – a 5000 square feet, state of

Fagun – BESC Celebrates Spring in the Air

 True to its traditions of inclusiveness, BESC honours the services of the members of its non-teaching staff making sure that the vibrant hues of Holi add a dash of colours to lives dedicated to the institution and the cause of the students it espouses. In its inimitable way, the institution celebrates Fagun – the harbinger

BESC hosts the Baraat for Badrinath ki Dulhania

What does a British Actor cum Singer, out to conquer Bollywood as Badrinath ki Dulhania do to freeze the frame? She lands up in Bhawanipur – the Bhawanipr Education Society College (BESC) – to the world, as has become the norm these days. Remember Hritik Roshan going through the motions a few weeks back? Or

BESC students fight it out in the Turf, prepare for greater glories.

Its tournament season in Bhawanipur Education Society College (BESC). Students are donning their sports gear to sweat it out to the podium with supporters cheering respective teams as they escape to victory. As part of this enfolding adrenalin rush, the BESC Intra-College Badminton tournament was flagged off on March 3rd, 2017. 30 girls and 50

Campus Placement @ BESC

The Bhawanipur Education Society college (BESC) is conducting a major placement drive. 10 mid-sized companies congregated in the college on March 4th , 2017 to conduct Campus Interviews in the latest round, in which 30 students out of the 90 who had applied for placement were selected. The average salary at which the students were

A day in the life of a digitized student – Vidit More

I had an examination in my college the other day and realised in the nth hour that my pen had run out of ink. So I walked into the neighborhood stationary shop to buy the pen and offered to pay digitally, like any other honest, law-abiding citizen. The shopkeeper could have just told me that

Post It – Genia Giri

Is Post Office Banking a way way out for financial inclusion? Demonetisation of Rs 500 and 1000 notes has brought back to sharper focus the level of Banking Penetration in the rural hinterlands of eastern India, or more specifically, the lack of it. The economy has not fully recovered from the body blow it was

What ails the Banking System? Tristha Sharma

When I first started visiting our Bank with my mother, I had met a lady behind the counter who used to stitch woolen sweaters around the year. She would sit there at her designated seat, oblivious of the world around, stitching, as though it was the most important thing in the world. As I grew up,

A customer’s manifesto – Ankit Barmecha

I want a bank (and other financial service providers) that will listen to me, respond to my queries and offer me services through the social media channels that I frequent. And I am not alone – it is estimated that by 2018 there will be about 300 million social network users in India alone. Yes,

Bank IT – banking and automation, the way forward – Aman Bubna

The news item, tucked in as it was in one innocuous corner of the newspaper, just a couple of days back, had gone largely unnoticed. Hemmed in between stories of corruption in high places and promises of El Dorado’s of every kind, it proclaimed how one of the major private sector banks had introduced on