Education is the manifestation of perfection already in man.” – Swami Vivekananda
College is the place where one can get higher education for achieving his or her career goal. College is indeed necessary for each and every one not only for a successful career but for knowledge, confidence, academic and technical skills, career opportunities and social adaptation. So, college is meant not only to provide education in the country but also a strong base of youth power.
I am a 1st year student of Diploma in Pharmacy course of Bengal College of Pharmaceutical Technology, one of pioneer pharmacy college of our state.
I love my college a lot because it possesses all the qualities of an ideal college. We have an excellent course curriculum and faculty members.
My college Principal is a generous person with exceptional interpersonal skills and so are our faculties. They have the mesmerizing capabilities of teaching complex subjects in a lucid manner. It is my firm belief that education is the best way to enlighten young minds and it can only be imparted in a good environment having prosperous thinking.
Our faculties present educational process/ programs in a congenial manner. My college charges nominal fees due to which students from all strata of society are able to study here.
My college has a very strict discipline regarding the marking scheme. All those who do not perform well are made to repeat the exams to make sure that they acquire deep knowledge about the subjects.
We have a separate panel of teachers who identifies our potential & in which direction we can accelerate well in terms of our skills and abilities. To solve our difficulties our teachers conduct extra sessions for us so that we score well in the exams.
The target of my college is to impart excellent education and come out with bright careers so as to shape our future in the best possible manner.
We all know that the world is going through a pandemic. I must mention, the effort given by our college in this difficult time of covid-19 era only to nurture the helpless students like us is praiseworthy.
Lastly, during my short tenure at Bengal College of Pharmaceutical Technology, I am being moulded imperceptibly into what I am now, and if I am not better, the fault, I recognise, is my own