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The Department of the Bangla started its journey since the inception of Karim City College in the year 1961. The Bangla Department is the oldest department of the college as well as one of its most prosperous departments. The department has been a window for the young learners to the highly rich and varied of bangla literature. The department has the provision of three years  Honours, subsidiary and  general   course. The faculty consists of two UGC approved full time assistant professor and one guest lecturer.

The department conducts class tests in every three months, so that the students get well prepared for their final exam. After passing out from the Department of Bangla of this college many students have achieved their goal and have been providing their valuable services to the society as Professors, Teachers, Journalists and Political personalities. The Bangla Department has successfully groomed the students and helped them to get settled in life. “CHARIBETI”—go ahead is the ultimate motto of the Department of Bangla.


 Establishment Year  :  1961
 Previous Head & teachers :
  1.  MS.Shanti Routh.  ( Retired On May-1990)
 Present faculty members :  03
 Non- teaching staff :  NIL


 Day 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
11.50 - 12.40  12.40 -  1.30 31.30 -  2.20 2.20  -  3.10  3.10  -  4.00 4.00 -  4.50 4.50  -  5.40
 Monday Ben(H-I)-B.N Ben(H-II)-O.P  Ben(H-I)- B.N  Ben(S/G-I)-B.N
  Ben(H-III)-G.G  Ben(H-II)-O.P 
 Tuesday Ben(H-I)-B.N   Ben(H-II)-O.P Ben(H-I)-B.N  Ben(H-III)-G.G  Ben(H-II)-G.G
Wednesday Ben(H-I)-B.N
 Ben(H-II)-B.N Ben(S/G-II)-O.P  Ben(H-III)-B.N  Ben(S/G-I)-O.P
Ben(H-III)-G.G   Mil-Beng-(I)-B.N
Thursday Ben(H-II)-B.N  Ben(H-III)-O.P  Ben(H-III)-B.N  Ben(S/G-II)B.N
Ben(S/G-I)-G.G    Mil-Beng-II-G.G 
Friday       Ben(H-III)-G.G  Ben(H-I)-B.N
Saturday Ben(H-II)-B.N  Ben(H-III)-O.P   Ben(H-III)B.N  Ben(H-I)-G.G
 Ben(S/G-I)-G.G   Ben(S/G-II)-G.G 
  •  B.N.    =    Dr. B.N. Tripathy
  •  G.G.    =    Dr. Geeta Ganguly
  •  O.P.    =    Om Prakash Singha Deo

MIL-Bangla (Part-1) :

 I) Chaturdashpodi Kabitaboli –Dr.B.N.Tripathy

 II) Prabhat kumarer chhotogolpo –Prof.O.P.Singha Deo

 III) Grammar –Dr. Gita Ganguly

MIL-Bangla (Part-2) :

 I)    Sanchoyita(Rabindranath) –Dr.B.N.Tripathy

 II)   Megh-Mallar(Bhibhuti bhusan) –Prof.O.P.Singha Deo

 III)  Grammar –Dr.Gita Ganguly

  B.A. Part-1
(Subsidiary & General) 

 I)    Muchiram Gurer jiban Charit(Bankimchandra)- Prof.O.P.S.DEO

 II)   Bisorjon(rabindronath) – Dr.  Gita  Ganguly

 III)  Babu(Amrito lal bosu)- Dr.B.N.Tripathy

 IV)  Dena Paona(Sharat Chandro)-  Dr. Gita  Ganguly

B.A. Part-2
(Subsidiary & General)

 I)    Sonar Tori(Rabindronath)- Dr.B.N.Tripathy

 II)   Polli Samaj(Sharot Chandro)- Dr.B.N.Tripathy

 III)  Chandrogupto(Dwijendro Lal Roy)- Dr.  Gita  Ganguly

 IV)  Arannayak(Bhibhuti Bhushan)-  Prof. O.P.SINGHA DEO

B.A. Part-3

 I)   Bartoman Bharat (Swami Vibekanando)-Dr. B.N.Tripathy

 II)  Bonophuler Shreshtho Golpo-  Dr. Gita  Ganguly

 III) Sajano Bagan(Manoj Mitro)-  Prof. O.P.SINGHA DEO  

B.A Part-1 (Honours) :



 I)    Balaka (Rabindronath)- Dr.B.N.Tripathy

 II)   Sanchita(Kaji Nazrul  Islam)- Dr.  Gita  Ganguly

 III)  Jotindronath Sengupter kobita Sankolon-  Dr.Gita  Ganguly

 IV)  Madhukori –Prof. O.P.Singha deo


Paper-2 (Uponnyas o Natok)


 I)      Krishno Kumarir(Modhusudon Dutta)-  Dr. Gita  Ganguly

 II)      Kapal Kundola(Bankim Chandro)-Prof.   O.P. Singha deo

 III)      Muktodhara(rabindronath)- Dr.   B.N.Triathy

 IV)      Manmotho Rayer Ekankika(Edited By C.R.Laha)-  Dr. Gita  Ganguly

B.A Part-2 (Honours) :



 I)   Rajsinghho(Bonkim Chandra)-   Dr.B.N.Trapathy

 II)   Chokher Bali(Rabindronath)-     Dr.Gita Ganguly

 III)   Ganodebota(Tara Shankor)-      Dr.B.N.Tripathy

 IV)   podda Nodir Majhi(Manik Bandopadhyay)-Prof.O.P.S.Deo


Paper-4  (Group-A) ( Bangla Sahiter Itihas)


 I)     Adijug  -Chorjapod-   Dr.B.N.Trapathy

 II)    Moddho Jug-      Prof. O.P.Singha Deo


Group-B  (Bhasha-Tatho)


 I)     Bhasha O Upobhasa

 II)    Dhoni Poribortoner Sutro

 III)    Shabdo Bhandar

 IV)    Shabdartho Tatto


 1.  Asit Kumar Bandopaddyay-Bangla Sahityer Sumpurno Itibritto

 2.  Sukumar Sen-Bhashar Itibritto

B.A.PART-3 (Honours) :

Paper-5 (Chhotogalpo O Uponnayas)


 I)     Galpo Guchcho,Part-(Rabindronath) – Prof.O.P.Singha Deo

 II)    Kajjoli(Rajshekhar Basu)- Dr.B.N.Trapathy

 III)    Grihodaho(Sharot Chandro)-Prof.O.P.Singha Deo

 IV)    Pother Panchali(Bibhuti Bhushan)-Dr. Gita Gangly


Paper-6(Moddho Juger Sahitya)


 I)     Sri Kirshno Kirton(Bbongshi Khando)-Prof.O.P.Singha deo

 II)    Shakta Podaboli(Edited By Amorendro Roy)Dr.B.N.Trapathy

 III)    Boishnob Padosamput(Edited By C.R.Laha)-Dr.Gita Ganguly




 I)     Sadhobar Ekadoshi(Dinobondhu Mitro)-Dr.B.N.Trapathy

 II)    Sri Modhusudon(Bonaful)-Prof.O.P.Singha Deo

 III)    Nabanno(Bijon Bhattachrjo)-Dr.Gita Ganguly

 IV)    Tiner Toroyal(Utpol Dutto)-Dr.B.N.Trapathy


Paper-8(Group-A) Prabondho-50 marks


 I)     Sankolon(Rabindronath)-Dr.Gita Ganguly

 II)    Lok Rahossyo(Bankim Chandro)-Dr.B.N.Trapathy


Paper-9(Group-B) Chhando O Alonkar


 I)     Chhomdo O Chhander Shrenibibhag-Dr.B.N.Trapathy

 II)    a)  Shabdalonkar

       b)  Arthalankar       - Dr.B.N.Tapathy



1. Birth Day of Swami Vivekana 12th January Tuesday
2. Birth Day of  Netaji 23rd January


3. Michal Madhusud 25th January


4. Parents-Teacher Meeting 11th April


5. Bankim Chandra Jayanti 27th June


6. Sarat Chandra Jayan 15th September 


7. Parents-Teacher Meeti 

 8th November




1. Birth Day of Swami Vivekana 12th January Tuesday
2. Birth Day of Netaji 23rd January


3. Michal Madhusud 25th January


4. Parents-Teacher Meeting  1st June


5. Bankim Chandra Jayanti 27th June


6. Sarat Chandra Jayanti 15th September


7. Parents-Teacher Meeting 6th November Monday

Proposed deptt. activity calendar 2017-2018.

1. Birth Day of Swami Vivekana 12th January Friday
2. Birth Day of Netaji 23rd January


3. Michal Madhusud 25th January


4. Parents-Teacher Meeting 21th March


5. Rabindra Birthday 07th May


6. Bankim Chandra Jayanti 27th June


7. Rabindranath Jayanti 07th August


8. Sarat Chandra Jayan 15th September


9. Parents-Teacher Meeti

19th November


Dr.B.N.Tripathy :- 

Part-I (Hons):- Balaka-by Rabindranath

Balaka is a poem with a new direction of life’s where life is like a river. Balaka A book of poetry on the theme of dynamic consciousness, written by RABINDRANATH TAGORE in 1916. This poetic work emerged as a part of an evolutionary process of the poetic mind of Rabindranath. In pre-Balaka poetry, the poet's feelings were expressed through emotions. But in Balaka, those feelings found expression by getting assimilated with the subject and infusing a new awareness through spirit and intellect, knowledge and feeling, mobility and illumination. While writing the book, three things had inspired the poet: the poet's travel in Europe, the Nobel Prize, and contemporary global situation and the First World War. The poet left for Europe, for the third time, on 11 May 1912. He went to the USA after staying in England for four months. He came in contact with eminent personalities, common people and university scholars at places like New York, Urbana-Champaign, Chicago, Boston, Cambridge, etc. The new flow of life in Europe and America, its exuberance and internal spiritual strength, and the views of the American people on science, state and society created a great stir in his mind and consciousness. As a result a deep-seated inspiration and insight generated in the poet's mind alongside. Secondly, the poet was infused with a new force of 'prana' from the realisation that the importance of oriental lifestyle, its glory at global level and proper evaluation by great people of the world were reflected through his winning the Nobel Prize. The third element was contemporary global situation and the First World War. Besides, the poet thought ' 'We have arrived at a critical juncture of human race, a bygone night is on the verge of conclusion. A new blood-drenched sun of a new age is imminent through death, sorrow and pains. There were therefore unfounded anxieties inside the mind.'

Part-II (Hons):-

History of bangle literature from 10th century. Ancient  period and medieval period .Anubad sahitya, vaishnav sahitya and loukik sahitya are the main topic. The first works in Bengali, written in Old Bengali, appeared between 10th and 12th centuries C.E. The collection of these words is generally known as the Charyapada. There are as many as 50 to 51 songs. But we got only 46 and a tore one of them(23). These are mystic songs composed by various Buddhist seer-poets: Luipada, Kanhapada, Kukkuripada, Chatilpada, Bhusukupada, Kamlipada, Dhendhanpada, Shantipada, Shabarapada, Arcjhanpada, Bhadehpada, Dharmapada, Dhombipada, Mohidharpada, Khonkonpada, Binapada,Birupada, Thantrikpada etc. Among them Kanhapada composed highest number of songs,13. And the second position goes to Bhusukupada,8.We haven't got any songs composed by Thantrikpada. The first song is composed by Luipada. The famous Bengali linguist Haraprasad Shastri discovered the palm leaf Charyapada manuscript in the Nepal Royal Court Library in 1907.

Part-III (Hons):-   Prose:-

By Rabindranath And Parramatta Nath Bisi .Bichitra prabandha and prabandha sangrha.  A new style of poem starts in Bangla ature.

Dr.Geeta Ganguly:-

Part-I (Hons):- 

I) Sanchita:- Sanchita a Collection of poems by Kaji Nazrool Islam . The poem played an important role in the independence of our country.

II) Jotindronath sengupter Kobita sankolon

Part-II (Hons):-  Bisbrikha:-

Bisbrikha  a novel  of Bankim chandra chatterjee  a theme based on triangles love. Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay or Bankim Chandra Chatterjee (26 June 1838–8 April 1894)was a Bengali writer, poet and journalist. He was the composer of India's national song Vande Mataram, originally a Bengali and Sanskrit stotra personifyingIndia as a mother goddess and inspiring the activists during the Indian Independence Movement. Chattopadhyay wrote thirteen novels and several 'serious, serio-comic, satirical, scientific and critical treaties' in Bengali. His works were widely translated into other regional languages of India as well as in English.

Part-III (Hons):- 


Bibhutibhushan Bandopadhyay is a popular Indian writer, novelist who is one of leading writer of bengali language. Bibhutibhushan Bandopadhyay born in 12th September, 1894  and died in 1st November, 1950. He is familiar for his autobiography novel “Pather Pachali” which novel is maked film by Satyajit Ray.His another popular novel is Aranyak.

Part –I (Hons):-

i)   Madhukari :-

 A collection of poem by different poets.
1.    Purano Kagojer Feriwala- (Premendro Mitro)
2.    Jibon Bandona- (Najrul  Islam)
3.    Duiti Sottobani-(Jibonanondo Das)
4.    Shree Khetra-(Karunanidhan Bandopadhyay)
5.    Elora-(Bishnu Day)

 ii) Kopal Kundola:-

A novel by Bankim Chandro Chattopadhyay , It is a story of forest-dwelling girl married to nabakumar .Kapal kundala is considered as one of the finest and the most popular of bankim novels.

 Part-II (Hons):-  Charitrahin:-

 A novel by Sarat Chandra,Which is a Controversial novel at pre-independence period. The novel is set in Bengali society of the early 1900s. The story has four main women characters–two major, Savitri and Kiranmayi, and two minor, Surbala and Sarojini. The former two are accused of being charitraheen (characterless). It is most interesting that all four characters are totally different.
Savitri is, and remains, pure of character, and devoted to the man she love–Satish. Surbala is Upendranath's wife. She is young, pure in character and pious to the point of blind faith in religious texts. Sarojini is educated in the Western style, and is forward-thinking, but hampered by familial circumstances and a forceful mother. She marries Satish in the end. Finally, Kiranmayi is the most striking character of the novel. Young and extremely beautiful, she is also very intelligent and argumentative. Her emotions and desires have, however, always been repressed by a husband more intent on teaching her than on conjugal matters, and by a nagging mother-in-law. She surprises and impresses all the three main men in the novel–Satish, Upendra and Diwakar–but her life is ultimately reduced to shambles by these unthinking men.
The three men play very important roles in the lives of the four women, but most of the time, their actions are detrimental to the women. They are orthodox, unthinking, and not in control of their emotions. Satish brings about Savitri's downfall and acts strangely with Sarojini till the end, when he brings about a final reunion of sorts on Upendra's deathbed. Upendra helps Kiranmayi initially, but thinks the worst of her relationship with Diwakar, and actually causes Kiranmayi's compulsive elopement with Diwakar. Diwakar is weak-kneed and immature. An orphan, he is delighted by Kiranmayi treating him as her brother, and eventually shirks education. He acts totally irresponsibly after his elopement with Kiranmayi.
There is a redemption of all the women in the end, Savitri being considered a devi, Kiranmayi's compulsions understood somewhat and her ill-treatment regretted implicitly, Sarojini getting to marry Satish, and Surbala dying a natural death. But one feels that this redemption has come too late. Wrong done to the women cannot be righted just like that, even if the women themselves feel so.

Part-III (Hons):-

I)  Chera Tar :- Chera Tar by tulsi lahiri a modern deama ,which reflects the society of farmer of bangle.

 II) Sri Krishno Kirton(Bongshi Khando) Boru Chondidas.

 Annual Report :-
2016-2017 :  
2015-2016 :

1st class="01"

2nd class="02"

2014-2015 :

1st class="01"

2nd class="02"

2013-2014 :

2nd class="02"

Achievement of the department ( minimum three years) :-

 I)    One of our student (parimal Pati) who passed Degree-III exam 2014,now working as a temporary teaching (Asst.Prof) in Jamshedpur Workers College.

 II)    Tow ex-student of our department is now teaching in two different school  of our city- 

          i)    Partha Das(2013)-Ramkrishna School.Jsr

          ii)    Satyambada Mahato(2017)-Vivekanand High School.

Activities :-

International Seminars :  i)Int. Sem.Attented by two faculties on 6th & 7th Oct’2015 at Ranchi University, Ranchi.

 ii) Int Sem attented by Dr. B.N. Tripathy on8th-10th feb’207 atidhu Knhu Birsha Univ. Purulia.
National Seminars :  15National Seminars attended by Dr.BN Tripathy.
Regional Seminars :  One Seminar on College level by Dr. B.N.Tripathy.
 Student Seminar  
2013-14    ( Rabindrath birhdaycelebration, Najrool Jayanti)
2014-15    (Rabindra Jayanti, Najool Jayanti,Bhasa diwas, barshabaran)
2015-16    (Bnadna Festival, Makar Festival, Bhasa diwas,Rabindra Jayanti,Najrool Jayanti)
2016-17    ( Makar Festival, Bhasa Diwas, Rabindra Jayanti, Najrool Jayanti.)
 Tour Any other    To attend the ‘Basanta Utshab’15students of Bangla Hons went to Santiniketan under the guidance of Dr. B.N.Tripathy & Dr. Geeta Ganguly for three days.




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  • Qualification M.A., Ph.D., D.Lit.
  • Designation Asst. Prof. & Head
  • Address Jamshedpur

Additional Info

  • Qualification M.A (Bengla) & Ph.D.
  • Designation Assistant Professor
  • Address Jamshedpur

Additional Info

  • Qualification M.A
  • Designation Assistant Professor
  • Address Jamshedpur

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