Siliguri Mahila Mahavidyalaya

Siliguri Mahila Mahavidyalaya

Siliguri, Dist: Darjeeling, West Bengal, India

Affiliated To The University Of North Bengal

NAAC Accredited

ISO 9001:2115

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About The Department

Established in 1981 with a pass course and later expanding to include an honors course in 1994, the Department of Bengali at Siliguri Mahila Mahavidyalaya has been a cornerstone of academic excellence and cultural enrichment in the region. Over the years, the department has witnessed significant growth and evolution, marked by the adoption of modern pedagogical methods, the nurturing of student talent, and a commitment to holistic development.

The introduction of the Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) in 2018 marked a pivotal moment in the department’s academic journey, aligning its curriculum with contemporary educational standards and ensuring flexibility and diversity in learning. This transition empowered students to tailor their academic pursuits according to their interests and career aspirations, fostering a culture of academic exploration and innovation.

One of the hallmarks of the Department of Bengali is the active and sincere participation of its students. With a keen enthusiasm for learning and a strong work ethic, students consistently excel both academically and extracurricularly. Many alumni of the department have pursued higher degrees, including Masters and B.Ed., leveraging their foundation in Bengali studies to embark on successful professional journeys across diverse sectors.

The department boasts a dedicated team of four teachers who are not only adept at imparting knowledge but also serve as mentors and guides to the students. Their passion for the subject and commitment to student welfare play a crucial role in shaping the academic environment and fostering a sense of camaraderie within the department.

Currently offering 84 seats in the honors course and 300 in the program course, the department accommodates a diverse cohort of students, each contributing to the vibrant tapestry of academic discourse and cultural exchange. Beyond the confines of the classroom, the department actively engages students in a myriad of cultural activities, educational tours, and fieldwork, providing them with a holistic learning experience that extends beyond textbooks.

Debates, seminars, talks, and extempore sessions are regular features of the department’s academic calendar, enriching students’ critical thinking skills and fostering a spirit of intellectual inquiry. Internal assessments, conducted in various forms, serve as a comprehensive measure of students’ progress and understanding, ensuring continuous evaluation and feedback.

Notably, the Department of Bengali stands out for its proactive approach to assessment, conducting the highest number of tests in the college. This rigorous evaluation mechanism reflects the department’s unwavering commitment to academic excellence and its relentless pursuit of student success.

In conclusion, the Department of Bengali at Siliguri Mahila Mahavidyalaya stands as a beacon of academic excellence and cultural enrichment, nurturing the minds of students and equipping them with the knowledge, skills, and values to thrive in an ever-changing world. With a rich legacy of accomplishments and a steadfast commitment to innovation and excellence, the department continues to inspire and empower generations of learners, shaping the future leaders of tomorrow.

Objectives

Studying Bengali literature within an academic syllabus serves multifaceted objectives that extend beyond mere comprehension of texts. Here are some key objectives:
In essence, the study of Bengali literature in the syllabus serves as a gateway to cultural heritage, linguistic enrichment, critical inquiry, and personal growth, empowering students to navigate the complexities of the world with insight, empathy, and intellectual curiosity.

Outcomes

Studying Bengali literature yields a range of outcomes that extend far beyond academic achievement, enriching students’ lives in diverse ways:
Books In Library: Text And Reference-642, Story Books-367

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