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Initiation and brief overview

Since 1981, the Department of Education has had only general courses. The honors section started from 2000. Right from the initial years till date, the Department has a sustained good academic record with University rank-holders (UG). At present, the Education Department has a five-member faculty ( 1 monastic member, 2 associate professors, 1 assistant professor and 1 guest lecturer).

Vision and outlook 

We visualize education as acquisition of knowledge, perfection of skills, inculcation of beneficial habits and above all as a means towards sustainable development. We focus on scaffolding and proximal development of our students so that they can be self-reliant and self-sufficient, keeping in view the CBCS syllabus under WBSU.

Methods of teaching

Apart from classroom lectures or the chalk and talk method, the Department uses ICT based classes and audio-visual aids, like Power-point presentations, to enhance learning interests. The Department also organizes educational tours and other extension activities each year as a part of the existing syllabus to imbibe a better understanding of philosophical, psychological, sociological and research methodological foundation of Education. Regular assessments through unit tests and class-tests and end of the semester mock-exams ensure that the students are well prepared for their final end-semester examinations. 

Infrastructure:

The Department maintains a Seminar Library constituting of relevant books and materials of reference that are not part of or available in the College Library. The Department also has a collection of educational AV material related to the Core Course syllabus. It also has a rich collection of wall magazines and projects related to the syllabus. We also have a computer laboratory as practical is a major part of CBCS curriculum.

Email:

education@rksmvv.ac.in

Facebook page:

https://www.facebook.com/groups/362794057831447/?ref=share

Courses Offered

Honours
Generic Elective

NEP Syllabus
https://wbsu.ac.in/web/wp-content/uploads/2024/01/Education-NEP-Syllabus-upto-Sem-II.pdf

CBCS Syllabus
https://wbsu.ac.in/web/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/Modified-CBCS-Aug-2020.pdf

PROGRAMME OUTCOME:

Education is an interdisciplinary subject. The pillars of which are Educational Philosophy, Educational Psychology, Educational Sociology, Research Methodology, Educational Administration and Management, Educational Policies, Mental Health and Hygiene, Pedagogy, Statistical Interpretation, ICT, Educational Tours, Curriculum Development, Environmental Awareness and various other Skill Enhancement courses. For an all-round development of individual education should be based on Ideals, Individual Differences and Societal Demands. Students are well aware of these three bases of education. To enhance and propagate scientific mentality this course includes different methodologies of research. Every educational institution can be managed through the principles taught in Educational Management and Administration. Constitutional Provision of Education, Educational Policies give an insight to the policy making side of the existing education system. ‘A Sound Mind Resides in A Sound Body’…goes the proverb, students can take up this paper and can have a chance of delving into the world of mental wellness and counselling. Pedagogy is for those who inspire to become teachers in future, it teaches them Science of Teaching and Learning. In order to strengthen students’ computational skills, Statistics and ICT is given its due importance in this course. Students learn the stages, bases and process of Curriculum Development. Contemporary issues related to society; environment is also dealt with utmost relevance. Thus, it is truly opined that Education is a multidisciplinary subject.

Course Outcome

Paper Course Specific Outcome
Semester I

 

CC1: Educational Philosophy

❖ To understand the meaning, nature. Scope of modern education

❖ To explain the different forms and functions of education

❖ To be acquainted with the different Indian and Western Philosophical thoughts

❖ To be able to inculcate values enshrined in Indian Constitution as well as be aware of the articles related to education

❖ To have knowledge about the contributions of some selected educators.

CC2: Educational Psychology

 

❖ To understand the meaning of Educational Psychology and be acquainted with its different aspects

❖ To know the neuro-physiological perspectives

❖ To be acquainted with different theories of Intelligence and Creativity

❖ To be aware of different patterns of human development

❖ To have knowledge about psychology of Learning

Semester II

CC3: Educational Sociology

❖ To understand the relation between Sociology and Education, nature and scope of Educational Sociology

❖ To explain the concept of Social Groups and Socialisation

❖ To enable the students to understand the concept of Social Change and Social Interaction in Education

❖ To become aware of social communication in Education

❖ To be informed about different social issues

❖ To become familiar with the concept of Sustainable Development

CC4: Pedagogy ❖ To understand different perspectives of the Science of Teaching

❖ To be able to learn to apply pedagogical implications

❖ To introduce varied bases Of Pedagogy

Semester III

CC5: Education in Pre-Independence India

❖ To know the Development of Education in Ancient and Medieval India

❖ To have knowledge about the development of Education under East India Company

❖ Explain the development of Education from 1854-1947

CC6: Education in Post-Independence India ❖ To know the development of Education from 1947 to 2009 through various commissions, Missions, Education Act
CC7: Contemporary Issues
CC7: Field tour and Report Writing
❖ To have an in-depth knowledge about some traditional issues like language problems, problems of Vocational and Technical education
❖ To be aware of different social issues like backward classes, adult and non-formal education❖ To understand problems of equalisation of educational opportunities and National Curriculum Framework❖ To accustom students to write field report on the basis of first-hand information gathered through Educational Tours❖ To be able to plan and execute an educational tour
Semester IV
CC8: Educational Management
❖ To develop a basic understanding of Educational Management, its types and needs

❖ To get an idea about Supervision and Management

❖ To orient students with the concepts of Total Quality Management and Management Information System

❖ To acquaint the students with specific agencies as MHRD, UGC, NCERT, SCERT, WBSCHE

❖ To have a clear idea about Planning and Management in Educational Institutions

CC9: Basics of Educational Research and Evaluation ❖ Learn about preliminary concepts on Research Methodology like nature, need and types of educational research

❖ Be aware about the types of sampling

❖ To understand the meaning, nature and types of Research Hypothesis

❖ To understand the basic difference between measurement and Evaluation

❖ To learn about principles and characteristics of evaluation and measurement

❖ To have a clear idea about various classifications of educational and psychological tests

❖ To acquire knowledge about Reliability and Validity

CC10: Statistics in Education

CC10: Statistics Practical

❖ To develop the concept of Statistics and to nurture skill in analysing descriptive measures

❖ To be acquainted with the concept of Normal Probability Curve and its uses in Education

❖ To develop a concept of measures of relationship

❖ To develop the ability to organise relevant educational data and to represent educational data through graphs and to develop skill in displaying and interpreting data

❖  Students are expected to collect data with the objective of describing the nature and characteristics of the two distributions, comparing the distributions and finding association between two sets of data by applying tabulation of data, determination of different measures of central tendency and variability

❖ To be able to draw frequency polygon, ogive

❖ Learn to write report on statistical practical

Semester V
CC11: Guidance and Counselling
❖ To know the basic concept of guidance

❖ To know the basic concept of counselling

❖ To be aware of some mental disorders and how to cope with different situations

CC12: Educational Technology
CC12: Basic ICT
❖        To know the concept, nature and limitations of technology

❖ To have knowledge about communication

❖ To be informed about instructional technology

❖ To understand and have basic knowledge about computer and its components

❖ To learn basic DTP operations

❖ To learn basic Excel Operation

❖ To learn how to make powerpoint file/slide presentation

DSE2: Teacher Education ❖ To know about the development of teacher education in pre independent and post independent India

❖ To make a clear concept of an ideal teacher

❖ To have the knowledge of some modern methodology of teaching

DSE3: Life skill Education ❖ To understand the meaning and characteristics of life skill

❖ To know the role of institutes, parents, teachers, government and NGOs in imparting life skill education

❖ To make aware about domestic violence act and pocso
 

Semester VI

CC13:

❖ To understand the concept of curriculum and to differentiate among curriculum and syllabus

❖ To know about the types and basic sources of curriculum

❖ To have knowledge about the need to form aims and objectives of curriculum

❖ To know about CBCS model

❖ To be aware of some approaches and models of curriculum evaluation

CC14: ❖ To know the development of special education in India

❖ To know the concept nature and characteristics of special education

❖ To become familiar with the definition and characteristics of gifted children and slow learners

❖ To know the types of different impairments

DSE5: Peace Education ❖ To know the concept and importance of peace education

❖ To become familiar  with the  barriers of peace education

❖  To understand the role of education to maintain peace

DSE6: Environmental Education ❖ To have the basic concept of ecosystem and role of education

❖ To know the meaning, components of environmental education

❖ To understand the causes of various pollutions and the way out

❖ To know some environmental movements

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DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

ROUTINE (2019-2020)

 

 

10.15-11.15 11.15-12.15 12.15-1.15 1.15-1.45 1.45-2.45 2.45-3.45 3.45-4.45
MONDAY SEM-1H(PRT)

SEM-3H(SM)

SEM-5H(SD)

SEM-1H(SD)

SEM-3H(PRT)

SEM-5H(SM)

SEM-1G(SD)

SEM-3H(TD)

 

R SEM-1H(SM)

SEM-3H(SD)

SEM-5H(TD)

SEM-1H(SD)

SEM-3H(TD)

SEM-5H(PRT)

SEM-1H(TD)

TUTORIAL

 

TUESDAY SEM-1H(RD)

SEM-3H(TD)

SEM-5H(PRT)

SEM-1H(TD)

SEM-3H(RD)

 

SEM-1G(TD)

SEM-5G(RD)

E SEM-1H(TD)

SEM-3H(RD)

SEM-5H(SD)

SEM-1H(SD)

SEM-3G(TD)

SEM-5H(RD)

SEM-3H(SD)

TUTORIAL

SEM-5H(TD)

TUTORIAL

WEDNESDAY SEM-1H(RD)

SEM-3G(SM)

SEM-5H(PRT)

SEM-1H(SM)

SEM-3H(RD)

SEM-5H(SD)

SEM-1G(SM)

SEM-3H(SD)

SEM-5H(RD)

SEM-5G(TD)

C SEM-1H(SD)

SEM-3H(PRT)

SEM-5H(TD)

MENTOR WARD-

SEM-1H/3H/5H (SM)

(OVERALL GUIDANCE)

SEM-1H(RD)

TUTORIAL SEM-3H(TD)

TUTORIAL

SEM-5H(SD)

TUTORIAL

 

THURSDAY SEM-3H(SD)

SEM-5H(RD)

SEM-1H(TD)

SEM-3H(RD)

SEM-5H(SM)

TUTORIAL

SEM-1G(RD)

SEM-3H(TD)

SEM-5H(SD)

SEM-5G-(SM)

E SEM-1H(TD)

SEM-3H(RD)

SEM-5H(SD)

SEM-1H(PRT)

SEM-3G(SD)

SEM-5H(TD)

SEM-1H(SD)

TUTORIAL

SEM-3H(TD)

SEM-5H(RD)

TUTORIAL

FRIDAY SEM-1H(SD)

SEM-3H(SM)

SEM-5H(RD)

SEM-1H(TD)

SEM-3H(SD)

SEM-5H(SM)

SEM-1H(RD)

SEM-5G(SD)

SEM-5H(TD)

S SEM-3G(RD)

SEM-3H(SD)

SEM-5H(TD)

MENTOR WARD-

SEM-1H(TD)

SEM-3H(SD)

SEM-5H(RD)

SATURDAY SEM-3H(SM)

TUTORIAL

SEM-5H(RD)

 

SEM-1H(SM)

TUTORIAL

SEM-3H(RD)

TUTORIAL

 

SEM-1H(RD)

SEM-3H(PRT)

SEM-5H(SM)

S SEM-1H(PRT)

 

SEM-5H(PRT) TUTORIAL

 

  ODD SEMESTER     

ODD SEMESTER  2020-2021

SEM 1

Day 10.-11 11-12 12-1 1-2 2-3 3-4 4-5
Monday PRT(H) SD(H) SD(G) B SM(Tu) TD(G)
Tuesday TD(G)

RD(H)

RD(Tu) SD(H)

RD(G)

R
Wednesday RD(H) SM(H) SD(H)

SM(G)

E TD(H) TD(Tu)
Thursday SD(H) RD(H) A TD(H) PRT(H)
Friday TD(H) SD(Tu) K TD(MW)
Saturday PRT(G) PRT(Tu)

 

SEM 3

Day 10-11 11-12 12-1 1-2 2-3 3-4 4-5
Monday SM(H) PRT(H) TD(H) B SD(Tu) TD(H)
Tuesday SM(Tu) RD(H) R TD(G)
Wednesday SM(G) RD(Tu) SD(H) E TD(H) Tu
Thursday A RD(G) SD(G)
Friday SM(H) SD(H) K TD(H) SD(MW)
Saturday PRT(H)

 

SEM 5

Day 10-11 11-12 12-1 1-2 2-3 3-4 4-5
Monday SM(H) SD(H) B TD(H) PRT(H)
Tuesday PRT(H) R SD(H) TD(H)(Tu)
Wednesday TD(G)

PRT(H)

SD(H) RDS(H)

TD(G)

E TD(H)
Thursday SM(H)(Tu) A SD(H)(Tu) TD(H)
Friday RD(H) RD(G)

SM(H)

SD(G) K TD(H) RD(MW)
Saturday RD(H)(Tu) SM(H) PRT(H)

 

DEPARTMENTAL ROUTINE 2021-2022

SEM 1

Day 10.-11 11-12 12-1 1-2 2-3 3-4 4-5 5-6
Monday PRT(H) SD(H) SD(G) B Yoga TD(G) Spoken English Competitive coaching
Tuesday TD(G)

RD(H)

RD(H) SD(H)

RD(G)

R Spoken English Spoken English
Wednesday RD(H) SM(H) SD(H)

SM(G)

E TD(H) Meeting/

tutorial

Thursday RD(H) A TD(H) TD(H)
Friday TD(H) SD(H) K TD(MW)
Saturday SM(H) PrT(H) Srijani

 

SEM 3

Day 10-11 11-12 12-1 1-2 2-3 3-4 4-5 5-6
Monday SM(H) PRT(H) TD(H) SD(H) Yoga Spoken English Competitive coaching
Tuesday SM(H) RD(H) TD(H) TD(G) Spoken English Spoken English
Wednesday SM(G) RD(H) SD(H) Meeting TD(H) Tu
Thursday RD(G) SD(G)
Friday SM(H) SD(H) TD(H) SD(MW)
Saturday PRT(H) Yoga Srijani

 

SEM 5

Day 10-11 11-12 12-1 1-2 2-3 3-4 4-5 5-6
Monday SM(H) SM(H) TD(H) PRT(H) Spoken English Competitive coaching
Tuesday PRT(H) TD(H) SD(H) Spoken English Spoken English
Wednesday TD(G)

PRT(H)

SD(H) RDS(H)

TD(G)

TD(H) Meeting tutorial
Thursday SM(H) SD(H) TD(H)
Friday RD(H) RD(G)

SM(H)

SD(G) TD(H) RD(MW)
Saturday RD(H) SM(H) Srijani PRT(H)

 

DEPARTMENTAL ROUTINE 2022-2023

  10.15-11.15 11.15-12.15 12.15-1.15 1.15-1.45 1.45-2.45 2.45-3.45 3.45-4.45
Monday SEM3(G) SM

 

Spoken English

Gr A(Edu)

 

Value edu (SEM5)

 

SEM3(H) TD

 

SEM5(H) SM

 

SEM3(H) SD

 

SEM5(H) TD

R SEM5(H) SM SEM5(H) SD

 

Yoga (SEM5)

SEM3(H)

Sports (SEM5)

Tuesday Computer SEM3(H) RD

 

SEM5(H) TD

 

Computer

 

SEM3(H) SD

 

SEM3(G) TD

 

SEM5(H) RD

 

Computer

 

E SEM5(H) TD

 

SEM5(G) SD

 

SEM3(H) RD

 

Computer

SEM5(H) SD

 

SEM3(H) PrT

 

Computer

Self-defence (SEM3 & 5)

 

 

Wednesday SEM3(H) SM

 

DTP course (JMC)

 

Competitive exam (SEM5)

 

SEM3(H) SD

 

SEM5(H) RD

 

DTP

MIL

 

GE3

 

SEM3(H) TD

 

SEM5(H) SM

 

C SEM5(H) SD SEM5(G)

 

Competitive coaching

SEM5(H) PrT

 

SEM3(H)

 

Computer (SEM5)

Thursday SEM5(H) SM

 

Value edu (SEM3)

 

Spoken English (SEM5)

SEM3(H) TD

 

SEM3(G) SD

 

SEM5(H) TD

 

Spoken English (SEM5)

E SEM3(H) TD

 

SEM5(H) RD

 

SEM5(G) SM

 

SEM5(H) PrT

 

SEM3(H) RD

 

Computer (SEM5)

 

 

SEM5(H) PrT

 

Yoga (SEM3)

 

Computer (SEM5)

Friday SEM5(H) SD

 

SEM5(G) TD

 

SEM5(H) TD

 

SEM3(H) SD

SEM5(H) SD

 

SEM3(G) RD

 

SEM3(H) SM

 

S MW/ Meeting

 

Seminar

MW/Meeting

 

Seminar

SEM5(H)

 

SEM3(H) PrT

Saturday SEM5(G) RD SEM5(H) RD SEM3(H) RD

 

SEM5(H) PrT

 

SEM3(G)

 

1.15-1.30 1.30-2.30 2.30-3.30 3.30-4.30
S SEM5(H) RD Srijani Srijani

 

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SL. NO. DATE CATEGORY TOPIC

 

NAME AND DESIGNATION OF VISITING RESOURCE PERSON
2018
1 03.02.2018

 

Extension Lecture

 

Educational Philosophy Prof. Mau Dasgupta ( Dept. of Sanskrit, Calcutta University)

 

2 26.07.2018 , 27.07.2018

 

International Seminar

 

Reflections of Childhood and Adolescence in Literature, Culture and Psychology

 

Prof. Abhijit Kumar Pal ,

Dr. Muktipada Sinha ,Dept. of Education , JU

 

3 28.09.2018

 

Extension Lecture

 

Excel operation & ICT

 

Dr. Sutripta Banerjee , Assistant Prof., C.S.S.M. College

 

2019
4 30.01.2019

 

Extension lecture

 

Pedagogy and its Practical Application

 

Dr. Amulya Kumar Acharya , Assistant Prof. & Head, Dept. of Education,  Panihati Mahavidyalaya

 

5 15/9/2019, 22/9/2019, 29/9/2019, 15/10/2019 and 20/10/2019

 

A series of extension lectures

 

POCSO and DVA

 

Sm. Soma Roy Karmakar, Director of Rahi Foundation, Kolkata and

Sm. Gargi Banerjee , Development consultant & social worker

 

6 21.11.2019

 

Extension lecture

 

Autism

 

Sm. Sangita Banerjee- The Editor of Sparsho and Sm. Shukla Das Barua ,an active worker of Anjali, an NGO for differently abled children

 

2020
7 7.2.2020

 

Inter-departmental seminar

 

200th Birth Anniversary of Pandit Ishwarchandra Vidyasagar

 

Dr.Miratun Nahar, Dr. Sabyasachi Chatopadhyay, Dr. Subhendu Dasmunshi, Dr. Shyamal Chakraborti, Dr. Rohini Dharmapal and Dr. Sabita Chaudhuri.

 

8 23.5.2020

 

Webinar

 

A Healthy Mind in a Healthy Body Amidst Social Distancing

 

Sm. Indira Bandopadhyay, a psychologist and a popular singer

 

9 29.5.2020

 

Webinar

 

A Healthy Mind in a Healthy Body Amidst Social Distancing

 

Sm. Rashmi Chattopadhyay, a renowned psychologist and counsellor

 

10 7.7.2020

 

Orientation programme

 

Admission in PG regular course

 

Sm. Sangita Biswas,  Sm. Keya Mallick , Sm. Sumana Metya, Sm Sayanti Nandi , Sm. Swati Sen-

Ex – students

 

11 9.7.2020

 

Webinar

 

Information on admission in PG course(distance mode)- A Step Forward.

 

Debaroti Tarafder,  Sutanwi Das Bairagya- Ex – students

 

 

12 16.7.2020

 

Webinar

 

Future Planning

 

Taniya Bala, Bipasha Das, Amrita Ghosh, RitaRani Mondal- Ex – students

 

 

13 5.9.2020

 

Webinar

 

Mulyobodher Sekal-Ekal

 

Dr. Rohini Dharmapal, Asst. Professor, Department of Education, RKSMVV

 

14 19.11.2020

 

Webinar

 

Child Sexual Abuse and POCSO

 

Smt.Soma Roy Karmakar—Director, Rahi Foundation, Kolkata and Smt. Gargi Banerjee—Development Consultant and social worker(child protection and child rights).

 

2021
15 4.1.2021

 

Webinar

 

Bangla Kobitar Nirmane Nari Sahityiker Obosthan

 

Yashodhara Roychowdhury , Additional Deputy CAG of India, New Delhi

 

2022
16 8.03.2022

 

Extension lecture

 

Research Methodology

 

Dr. Prarthita Biswas, Professor & HOD, School of Education and   Dr. Mausumi Guha,  Dept. of Philosophy, Jadavpur University

 

17 11.03.2022

 

Workshop

 

E-Crime and its Prevention

 

Sanjay Kumar Das, Joint Secretary, Dept. of Information Technology & Electronics, Govt. of West Bengal

 

18 13.04.2022

 

Workshop

 

Foundation towards Self- Sufficiency

 

Smt. Tumpa Mondal, an entrepreneur

 

19 31.08.2022

 

Seminar

 

Moral Impact of Media on Youth in the New Normal Society

 

Smt. Swati Bhattacharjee, Senior Assistant Editor, ABP

 

20 1.12.2022

 

Workshop

 

Research Methodology

 

Prof. Maushumi Guha , Department of Philosophy, Jadavpur University, Prof. Debasree Banerjee , Dept. of Education, University of Calcutta, Prof. Ratna Basu, Dept. of Sanskrit , University of Calcutta

 

21 6.12.2022 Extension Lecture

 

Domestic violence Satabdi Das
2023
22 8.2.2023

 

Extension Lecture

 

Sankhya Philosophy and Yoga Philosophy

 

Pravrajika Ishtatmaprana , Monastic Professor, Dept. of Philosophy, RKSMVV

 

23 30.3.2023

 

Extension Lecture

 

Psychological Disorders and the Present Scenario of West Bengal

 

Dr. Gautam Bandyopadhyay , Professor and Head, Dept. of Psychiatry, Kolkata Medical College and Hospital

 

24 2.6.2023

 

Career Orientation

 

Career Orientation

 

Namrata Mandal and  Mamani Mondal- ex students

 

25 19.7.2023

 

Interdisciplinary Lecture

 

Gita and its Psychological Impact

 

Prof. Rohini Dharmapal, Dept. of Education , RKSMVV

 

26 31.8.2023

 

Extension Lecture

 

Social Awareness ( Skill Enhancement Course)

 

Prof.Madhura Basu

 

EXTENSION LECTURES/ INTERDISCIPLINARY SEMINARS /WEBINARS/WORKSHOPS/MEETS/ (2018-2023)

 EDUCATIONAL TRIPS

SL. NO. DATE PLACES VISITED OBJECTIVE
1. 20.09.2019 Shantiniketan To offer first hand information about the

life and works of Rabindranath Tagore

2. 22.11.2019 Deulti To Explore heritage and culture
3. 15.01.2020 Eco Park To understand the place as a sustainability hotspot
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Department of Education

Departmental Policy for Slow and Advanced Learners on the basis of minutes of departmental meeting held on 05/11/2019

  • Slow and advanced learners of all the semesters are identified on the basis of their performance of previous class tests, home assignments as well as on the ability to participate in classroom activities.
  • Students are enlisted as slow learners and advanced learners with the objective of improving their academic proficiency.
  • Special monitoring is done by individual teachers in and outside classrooms to assist slow learners.
  • Important points and topics are highlighted, referral and class notes are simplified so that slow learners can learn without any difficulty.
  • Special importance is given to them in tutorial classes.
  • Advanced learners are encouraged to prepare write ups on topics related to the syllabus.
  • Conceptual learning is encouraged for the advanced learners.
  • Advanced learners are also encouraged to participate and present papers in students’ seminars
  • Main focus of introducing this policy is to assist slow learners so that they can show significant improvement and can move up to the average group. Similarly, advanced learners should be given scaffolding so that they might progress to the highest level of learning, which is knowledge construction.

 

Separate attendance registers are prepared for semesters I, II & V and semesters II, IV & VI respectively. College policy on advanced and slow learners is attached in a file which contains assessment work of both slow and advanced learners. Assessment is given in the form of write-ups on important topics, classroom discussions on relevant parts of the syllabus, collaborative projects and individual home assignments. Question papers are also preserved for reference.

  • Reference of the departmental meeting where the above policy was undertaken:
Date Agenda Minutes
5/11/2019 Internal examination of first and third semester students ·       Marks distribution of internal assessment

·       Discussion on answer keys of MCQ test items

·       Special mention of slow learners

3/12/2019 Parents’ teachers’ meet of first & third semester students ·       Discussion on performance of students in mid-term tests and internal assessment

·       Parents were made aware of their ward’s academic performance

·       Special instructions to slow learners on how to optimize their performance skills

·       Guidance to advanced learners on how to make better use of their strengths

 

Date Agenda Minutes
14/7/2023 Distribution of work allotted by Principal during TC meeting held on 4th July ·       Class test at least 4

·       Open house for semester II

·       Policy undertaken & implemented on slow and advanced learners of semesters II & IV

·       Remedial classes for slow learners

·       Special classes for advanced learners

·       Mentor-ward sessions to be reintroduced in departmental routine

·       Report writing on students’ activities

·       Arrangement of extension lecture for each semester

·       Review meeting related to university result

·       Students’ feedback to be recorded

 

  PROGRESSION OF MARKS (2018-2023) 

2018-2021 SGPA SEMESTER-6
NAMES SEMESTER-1 SEMESTER-2 SEMESTER-3 SEMESTER-4 SEMESTER-5 SGPA CGPA % OF MARKS
ASHMITA MONDAL 7.2 8.9 8.69 9.69 10 9.06 75.9
MOULI MONDAL 7.5 7.9 9 9.54 10 8.99 74.9
SHREYASI DAS 6.7 7.5 8.15 9.54 8.75 8.36 68.6
AMRITA MONDAL 8.4 8.8 9.31 9.54 9.75 9.34 80.1
RIYA GHOSH 6.5 6.6 7.08 9.08 8.75 7.79 63.43
MALABIKA BHATTACHARYA 6.6 6.7 8.85 8.85 9 8.19 66.9
MANISHA JANA 8.9 8.7 9.54 9.77 10 9.49 82.35
RINKU PAUL 6.2 8.7 8.46 9.77 9.75 8.77 72.7
SONALI SHARMA 8.3 8.6 8.92 9.77 9.75 9.27 79.05
SUJATA DAS 6.9 8.6 8.38 9.31 8.5 8.46 69.6
AFSANA PERVIN 6.2 7.8 7.85 9 8.25 7.92 64.4
DEEPTI CHOWDHURY 8.2 9 9.23 9.69 9.75 9.31 79.65
JAMIMA PARVIN 5.6 8 7.92 9.54 8.75 8.44 69.4
2019-2022 SGPA SEMESTER-6
NAMES SEMESTER-1 SEMESTER-2 SEMESTER-3 SEMESTER-4 SEMESTER-5 SGPA CGPA % OF MARKS
APARUPA MAITY 9.4 10 10 9.92 10 9.9 88.5
ARPITA SARKAR 8.5 9.4 9.54 9.77 9.75 9.53 82.95
DEEPA CHAKRABORTY 7 9.1 9.23 9.08 9 8.79 72.9
ISWANI GHOSH 8.1 9.7 9.08 8.31 9 8.9 74
MEGHANA CHOWDHURY 7.5 8.8 8.54 8.92 8.75 8.53 70.3
PARNA GHOSH 7.6 8.7 8.92 8.77 9.5 8.87 73.7
PUJA NANDI 7.6 9.1 9.23 9.77 10 9.3 79.5
RUMIA KHATUN 7.9 9.3 8.77 9.23 9.75 9.14 77.1
SARASWATI PAHARI 8.2 8.8 9.08 9.08 8.25 8.72 72.2
SHRIPARNA MUKHERJEE 7.9 8.8 9.08 9.54 9.25 8.93 74.3
SNEHA DAS 8.5 9.6 9.08 9.54 9.5 9.22 78.3
SUMANA BISWAS 7.5 9.1 9.23 9.31 9.5 9.07 76.05
TIYASA CHAKRABORTY 7.7 9.4 8.77 9.69 9 9.09 76.35
2020-2023 SGPA SEMESTER-6
NAMES SEMESTER-1 SEMESTER-2 SEMESTER-3 SEMESTER-4 SEMESTER-5 SGPA CGPA % OF MARKS
SUMANA SAMANTA 9.7 9.4 9.31 9.54 8.25 9.1 76.5
AYANTIKA PAL 9.7 9.7 10 10 9 9.74 86.1
JAYASHREE SARKAR 7.3 8.2 X 7.92 X X X
RIYA SARDAR 9.4 9.2 7.54 8.23 7.25 8.24 67.4
BAISHALI DALUI 9.1 9.1 9.08 9.08 7.25 8.63 71.3
LIPIKA DEY 7.6 8.5 8.15 8.85 8.25 8.46 69.6
SUMANA PADMA 10 10 9.54 10 9.5 9.91 88.65
SUSMITA POREY 10 9.1 9.23 10 9 9.56 83.4
RISHA ROY 9.7 9.4 9.77 9.31 9.25 9.44 81.6
ANANYA HIRA 9.1 9.1 9.77 9.08 8 8.93 74.3
SATAVISHA MONDAL 8.5 8.8 9.31 9.54 8 8.84 73.4
DIPTI MISTRY 9.1 9.1 9.54 9.54 8.25 9.14 77.1
TITHY HAZRA 9.1 9.4 9.23 9.31 8 9.04 75.6
SRISTI PAUL 9.1 8.8 8.08 8.85 6.25 8.1 66
TRIPARNA MONDAL 9.1 9 8.85 8.15 7.75 8.4 69
RITUPARNA MONDAL 9.7 8.5 8.85 9.08 8 8.76 72.6
DISHARI BHATTACHARYA 9.1 9.2 9.31 10 9.5 9.46 81.9
TUHINA JODDAR 9.1 9.7 9.08 9.08 8.5 9.14 77.1
DEBRUPA CHAKRABORTY 8.5 8.3 8 8.77 6.5 7.91 64.33
2021-2024 SGPA SEMESTER-6
NAMES SEMESTER-1 SEMESTER-2 SEMESTER-3 SEMESTER-4 SEMESTER-5 SGPA CGPA % OF MARKS
JUHI MAJHI 7.9 8.4 8.83 9.23
RIMPA SEN 7.6 7.2 7.23 GPW
TRISHITA DAS 8.8 8.9 8.38 9.08
MOUBANI RUIDAS 6.4 6.1 X X
TINI BAGCHI 8.8 9.1 8.15 8.38
BARSHA TIKADER 7.9 8.3 7.92 8.85
ABANTIKA GOSWAMI 10 9.5 9.31 9.54
ARITRI DUTTA 8.8 8.5 7.62 8.54
PRITI MONDAL 8.8 8.4 9 9.77
TUMPA GHOSH 8.8 9.2 9.08 9.54
MOUMITA BAGANI 7.9 7.6 8.08 8.62
LATIKA MONDAL 7.6 8.4 8.08 9.54
NISHA KHATUN 7.3 6.4 6.62 6.46
SUSMITA MONDAL 9.4 8.7 8.54 9
MOBASHSHERA KHATUN 9.1 8.4 8.77 9.31
SHUBHRA MAJHI 9.1 9.3 9.15 9.54
APARAJITA SARKAR 8.8 7.8 6.77 8.15
SNAHA PAUL 8.5 7.7 6.54 7.69
MALA SAREN 8.2 7.7 X 8.15
PRITI BHATTACHARYA 8.2 7.4 X X

 

Results of CBCS System

2018-2023

Year Appeared Passed CGPA

6-7 (60%-70%)

CGPA

7-8 (70%-80%)

CGPA

8-9 (80%-90%)

CGPA 10

Above    90%

2018

1+1+1 system

 

 

13 13 First class Second class
8 5
2019

 

21 21 16 5
2020

 

 

 

21 21 20 1

 

2021 13 13   2 6 5
2022 13 13     6 7
2023 18 18   1 8 9
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OUR ACHIEVERS

 

University Rank Holders

Aparupa Maity, Batch of 2022

University First rank holder in Education Honours.

Currently pursuing M.A. from Jadavpur University and preparing for competitive exams

Monisha Jana, Batch of 2021

University Sixth rank holder in Education Honours.

Completed M.A., currently preparing for competitive exams.

Soma Das, Batch of 2020

University First rank holder in Education Honours.

Completed M.A., currently preparing for competitive exams.

Rinita Ghosh, Batch of 2019

University First rank holder in Education Honours.

Qualified TET( 2022)

Completed M.A., currently preparing for competitive exams.

Lisa Das, Batch of 2018

University Eighth rank holder in Education Honours.

Completed M.A., currently preparing for competitive exams.

Sumana Metya . Batch of 2013

University First rank holder in Education Honours

Qualified NET (2017) and SET (2015)

Completed B.Ed.(2019)

Currently ,State Appointed College Teacher (I), Education Department , Ramakrishna Sarada Mission Vivekananda Vidyabhavan, Kolkata

Esha Pakira, Batch of 2012

University Eighth rank holder in Education Honours

Completed M.Ed (2021)

Taniya Bala, Batch of 2011

University First rank holder in Education Honours

Currently, Assistant Teacher, Binodini Girls’ High School, Kolkata

Pampa Halder, Batch of 2011

University First rank holder in Education Honours

Currently, Assistant Teacher, Binodini Girls’ High School, Kolkata

Doyel Mukherjee, Batch of 2007

Qualified NET (2021)

 

Awards / Medals/ Scholarships

Moumita Bagani, existing student of semester V

1st prize, Kata, Sports Festival International Karate Championship-2023

1st prize, Kumite/Fighting (under 50 kg, age-18 years), Sports Festival International Karate Championship-2023

Srayashi Ghosh- Dance scholarship, “Corporate Social Responsibility”.

 

Careers chosen by our Alumni

Faculty in Schools and Colleges:

Amrita Ghosh, Assistant Teacher, Sutia Barasat Palli Unnayan Vidyapith, Barasat

Nayantara Mondal, Assistant Teacher, Lakshya High School, Purba Medinipur

Suvra Metya, Guest Lecturer, DIET, Nadia

Moumita Bhattacharya, Assistant teacher, Siberhan High School

Pampa Halder, School Teacher at Ramakrishna Academy Subhas Gram

Piyali Chatterjee, Teacher, Kidzee

Moumita Saha, Teacher, Kabiguru Academy, Gosairhat Bandar

Corporate/Private Sector/ IT Professionals:

Aditi Snakhari, Tata Consultancy Ltd

Shampa Mondal Tata Consultancy services Ltd.

Indrani Ghosh, Quality analyst in MNC

Priya Mishra, GTPLKCBL Broadband

Debjani Modal, GTPLKCBL Broadband

Sarada Datta, IBM Kolkata

Puja Mondal, Reliance SMSL Limited

Deepa Chakraborty, Business Consultant, Dev Infotech Private Limited

Parna Ghosh, Accountant, Lifeline (A unit of GSA surgical and medicines Pvt. Ltd.), New Town

Ayantika Pal, Tata Consultancy Ltd

Riya Sardar, Tata Consultancy Ltd

Sriti Paul, Tata Consultancy Ltd

Tithy Hazra, Tata Consultancy Ltd

Dishari Bhattacharya, Tata Consultancy Ltd

Bank Executives:

Papaya Roy, HDB Bank, Dumdum

Ankita Ghosh, Junior Service Executive, ICICI Bank

Punam Thakur, HDB Financial services

Arpita Sarkar, Senior Telecallar, HDB Bank, Jassore Branch

Media:

Debarati Tarfadar, Announcer in FM radio

Aditi Shankhari
Batch of 2016-2019
Currently working as BFSI at TCS.

I was a student of education department. The faculties of the department are very friendly and helpful. They’ve helped us in every possible way during our tenure.

I’m glad to be a part of this highly esteemed college having good infrastructure, well maintained library. Being a resident in the hostel I can vouch it as my another home. Also my college has helped me to get myself placed in TCS.

 

Shrabanti Sarkar
Batch of 2001-2005,
Currently working as Assistant Professor in Education (WBCSC -1/2015)
My greatest achievement in my life is to obtain the highest educational qualifications being a residential student (from 2000 – 2005) of Ramakrishna Sarada Mission Vivekananda Vidyabhavan under the holy guidance of the monastic members and prominent teachers of this institution. I am proud that I have made my life to come at the touch of them practicing their good teaching. I am a follower of them.
Their high ideals, feelings of fight with evils and how to lead holy life. These are only to survive. Following their good advice, now I am able to win at every stage of my life. They taught us how to do everything to recite the names of Sri Sri Sarada Maa, Swami Vivekananda and Sri Ramakrishna Dev.
I earnestly request to all the guardians of every section to send their beloved daughters at this Missionary College to receive education for establishment of their golden future life with high ideals and to make them as an ideal Indian woman.
Joyotu Sri Ramakrishna. Joyotu Sri Sri Sarada Maa. Joyotu Swami Vivekananda.

 

Taniya Bala
Batch of 2008-2011
Currently working as Assistant Teacher in Government aided school
রামকৃষ্ণ সারদা মিশন বিবেকানন্দ বিদ্যাভবন এর আবাসিক প্রাক্তন ছাত্রী তানিয়া বালা, ২০১১ সালে শিক্ষাবিঞ্জান বিষয়ে অনার্স নিয়ে পাশ করেছি। ঠাকুর মা স্বামীজীর আশির্বাদে বর্তমানে বিনোদিনী গার্লস হাইস্কুল এ শিক্ষিকা হিসেবে কর্মরত। বিদ্যাভবন এর মাতাজী এবং দিদি দের অনুপ্রেরণা আজ আমি এখানে পৌছাতে পেরেছি। বিশেষ করে নীলাদি(প্রবাজিকা তপময়প্রানা মাতাজী) -র শাসন শিক্ষা ভালোবাসা ‘আমি পারবো’ এই মনোভাব গড়ে দিয়েছে। এছাড়া এডুকেশন ডিপার্টমেন্ট এর নীলাদি, তাঞ্জুদি, শর্মিষ্ঠা দি ও রোহিনীদির আমাকে সব সময় উৎসাহিত করেছে।বিদ্যাভবন না থাকলে আজ হয়তো আমি লক্ষ্যে পৌছাতে পারতাম না। সকল মাতাজী এবং দিদি দের আমার প্রনাম। আমার জীবনের সব থেকে সুন্দর স্মৃতি মধুর দিনগুলি বিদ্যাভবনের।

 

Moumita Bhattacharya
Batch of 2004-2007
Currently posted as Assistant Teacher in Government Aided School

Vidyabhavan has always been my second home. From 2004-2007, these three years of accumulated knowledge have not only enriched my life but also these three years of endless and fond memories of the department of Education are still the driving force of my life. I feel blessed to have learnt under the caring and motherly guidance of Mataji and other Professors who have taught me that education is not a burden nor it merely gives us information, rather it teaches us to live in harmony with all existence. Our Vidyabhavan is moving forward in shaping lives and setting examples with the blessings of our teachers amidst a wonderful combination of discipline, cooperation and empathy.

 

Doyel Mukherjee
Batch of 2004-2007
Cleared NET (2022), awaiting CSC interview

During my graduation days Vidyabhavan was always my second home, where I spent some beautiful and precious moments of my life and it will remain in my heart forever. So, I would like to thank my college and all the teachers as well as the non-teaching staff for their patience and for those memories by creating an environment of love and support. Lastly, all my heartfelt gratitude to the teachers of the Education department for all they have done which I will never forget throughout my life. Pronam to Thakur, Ma and Swamiji for your divine blessing upon us.

 

Amrita Ghosh
Batch of 2007-2010
Currently working as Assistant Teacher in government aided school

I am an alumnus of RKSMVV. I have completed graduation from the department of Education in 2010. The three years of my college was the golden period of my life. That was a period of pure joy and happiness carried out with learning lessons and values for a life time. Oue teachers were our friend, philosopher and guide. Their advice, guidance, sincerity and blessings will remain forever with me. My college has given me life-long lessons which changed my perception of life. I have learnt about man-making education from my college and my teachers.