Wednesday, 27 September 2017

Students Attendance

This is just a approximate attendance for an over all idea of the attendance. If any students want exact attendance status they have to contact their class adviser. 

Wednesday, 13 September 2017


Dear Students

Attend the inaugural function of Crescent School of Law. The inaugural function will to be held on 20th September 2017 at 10:30 am in Convention Cenre of the University.

Students must go with their class adviser and insure your attendance in the class first. 

Sitting arrangement CAT-I (14.09.2017)

Wednesday, 6 September 2017

Examination Date

Following is the examination date for CAT - I
You may also see the calendar for examination date and time. Examination will start from 9:15 am but all the student must have to come and take their respective up to 9:00 am. You may see the circular for the reference.

Class Assessment Test 1

Following is the circular for the CAT-1 

Monday, 4 September 2017

Introducing English Online Classroom

Dear Commerce Students,

Welcome to the English Online Google Classroom!
Log in ID :
Your password to submit assignment in online classroom : zby1da

Hoping for a new venture ....
Sumitra Chatterjee

Friday, 1 September 2017

Summary of The Miracles of Puran Bhagat

                                       THE MIRACLES OF PURAN BHAGAT


The Miracle of Purun Bhagat' (The Second Jungle Book), was one of the most explicit attempts Kipling made to understand the relationship between the two worlds, free of the racial meaning implied in the opposition of East and West. But it achieves its impressive artistic effect by a fairy-tale perfection. For it deals with a man who leaves the life into which he was born and enters upon a new and challenging existence. Like Mowgli, Purun Bhagat is searching for the world to which he truly belongs, and it is his discovery of that world that is the old man's miracle.

"The Miracle of Purun Bhagat" is the story an able administrator, Sir Purun Das, who as Prime Minister of a progressive princely state of India, builds roads, schools and hospitals in the state and becomes a favourite of the British. But when the time comes, he renounces the material world and becomes a wandering mendicant, finally settling down in a temple on a hill in the Himalayas. The people of the village down the slope call him ‘Bhagat’ and take care of his meagre needs of food, water, etc. One night, a huge landslide brings the hillside rumbling down the slope, and the ‘Bhagat’ once again becomes a man of action and leads the entire population of the village down the slope and then up the adjoining hill, safe from The landslide.