Department of Bengali

“নদীর এপার কহে ছাড়িয়া নিশ্বাস, ওপারেতে সর্বসুখ আমার বিশ্বাস।” - রবীন্দ্রনাথ ঠাকুর

The college was established on the Ashrama Campus in July, 1960. The Bengali Dept. Started its glorious journey since the inception of this college. Bengali was then mainly taught to the students of Higher Secondary Unit which was inducted to the college from 1976 to 2006. Dr. Ramendranath Sarkar and Sri Ananta Rana were the teachers when the department was first conceived. Later, Dr. Gobinda Sarkar joined the department as regular faculty member. In 2002 college introduced Bengali as compulsory and elective subject for the students of B.A. Course. Prof. Pranab Kumar Sarkar joined the department after the superannuation of Dr. Ramendranath Sarkar in 1996 and Dr. Sekhar Ray joined in May, 2017 after the retirement of Dr. Gobinda Sarkar. Our college introduced Bengali as Honours Subject (Core-Course) in the year 2019.   

Faculties

Pranab Kumar Sarkar (HOD)

M.A., M.Phil.
Associate Professor

RKMRC old campus
Department of Bengali

Dr. Sekhar Ray

M.A, M.Phil, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor

Department Highlights

Student-Teacher Relationship

The Department boasts a good relationship between student teachers, with professors always being accessible to students, and students initiating attention through spontaneous love and regard.

Innovative Teaching Methods

  • Audio & Video Tools.
  • Stimulating Classroom Environment
  • Welcome New Ideas
  • Refer to Books On Creativity
  • Introduce Lessons Like a Story
  • Regular  Assignments
  • Seminar by the students & professors

Success story of students @RKMRC

Every year, a good number of students of RKMRC  have been admitted to integrated Ph.D., M.Sc., M.C.A. programmes of premiere institutes like TIFR,CMI, I.I.T. s, I.S.I., I.I.Sc. , IISERs and Central Universities and so on.

Computer LAB

The department has an uninterrupted internet facility with its own computer LAB. The ratio of students and PC’s is nearly 1:1.

Information and Communication Technology (ICT)

ICT assists teachers in interacting with students. It helps them with their teaching preparation, providing feedback. ICT helps teachers access institutions and universities, NCERT, NAAC NCTE, UGC, etc. It also helps in the effective use of teaching-learning process ICT software and hardware.