Collaborations

 

 

Scottish Church College

Collaboration Agreement between Dept of History, Bethune College and Dept of History, Scottish Church College dated 17 May 2022. View PDF


 

 

Webel (WBEIDC)

Webel (WBEIDC) is the nodal agency of the Government of West Bengal for developing Information Technology, Electronics and ITES industries in the State and creating value for the citizens. WBEIDC Ltd., a Government of West Bengal Undertaking, is the IT & Electronics Education and Training arm of West Bengal Electronics Industry Development Corporation (Webel). WIL is one of the very few organizations in India, imparting education and training for more than two decades. Since 2006-07 WBEIDC-WIL division in collaboration with Bethune College offers a 120 hours on-campus DIPLOMA course in Computer Application, at a very affordable rate. It is held during college hours. Assessment of students is based on a gradation system. View More

Approval towards introduction of Computer Classes by the WEBEL at Bethune College dated 06 January 2006. View PDF


 

 

Bengal Bratachari Society, Kolkata

The Bratachari movement was a movement for spiritual and social improvement in India initiated by Gurusaday Dutt in 1932. It was a comprehensive programme of physical, mental, and intellectual culture, based on folk traditions through physical exercise, art, dance, drama, music, singing and social service. The Bratacharis undertake to perform good deeds, strengthen fellowship and develop the mind and body through dance. View More

Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) Between Bethune College Sammilani, Kolkata and Bengal Bratachari Society, Kolkata for Collaborative Bratachari Training Course dated 24 April 2021. View PDF


 

 

Hooghly Mohsin College

A Students' Exchange Programme between the Departments of English of Hooghly Mohsin College and Bethune College was organised from June, 2021 to May, 2022. Declarations were submitted by the respective departmental Heads that there would be no clash of interests or monetary transactions in the course of this programme. Students of both institutions attended classes jointly and greatly benefited from the experience, as found from the feedback received at the end of each cycle of classes. It was a motivating and inspiring experience for teachers to teach students of two different institutions in the same class. As an extension of the exchange programme, a webinar was jointly organised on graphic literature, which is now a part of both UG and PG syllabi in the universities to which the two institutions are affiliated. It is hoped that more such students' exchange programmes will be held in future.

On behalf of the Postgraduate Department of English, Bethune College, Kolkata, I hereby declare that there shall be no clash of interests where students are concerned, in the course of the student exchange programme with Hooghly Mohsin College. View PDF

Regarding a proposal on Student Exchange Program proposed by the Department of English, Hooghly Mohsin College. View PDF

Webinar organised by Departments of English, Hooghly Mohsin College and Bethune College View PDF

Students' Exchange Programme PG Departments of English, Hooghly Mohsin College and Bethune College View PDF


 

 

Sister Nivedita University

Bethune College collaborates with Sister Nivedita University, Department of Hospitality and Tourism on 21st April, 2021 View PDF