Results of Higher Secondary, 2010

Results of Higher Secondary exam, 2010 are out. Here is a synopsis of Vidyapith's performance.

No. of Students appeared : 56
No. of Students passed : 56

Highest Marks: 452 (Priyankar Ghosh) [Marks in Bengali and English + Highest Marks secured in any three elective subjects.]

Subject-wise performance summary is given below.

Subject Highest Marks 80% and above Grade A+ Grade A Grade B
Bengali 85 1 1 49 1
Hindi 58 5
English 88 39 39 17

Joint Entrance, 2010 Results

Here is a synopsis of JEE results for Vidyapith.

Engineering: Appeared 52, of whom 20 are set to get chances in Govt Engg Colleges.
Highest Rank: 22 (Saikat Mahato of Purulia)

Medical: Appeared 20, of whom 7 are set to get chances in Govt Medical Colleges.

Results of Madhyamik, 2010

Madhyamik 2010 results are out. Here is a quick summary of Vidyapith results.

Appeared: 98

In Ist Division: 97
In 2nd Division: 1

Highest: 723/800

above 700: 5
above 80%: 48
above 75%: 71

Aggregate: 78.40%

Star (75%) Marks in all subjects-5

Proposal for a Micro Dispensary

A proposal to start a Micro Dispensary at the Association office has come from members of 1966 batch who met at the Association office on 12th April, 2010 to discuss the details of the same. They have offered their assistance and service to run the dispensary.They proposed to run the show with 3 doctors to sit on their available time excepting Wednesday and Sunday.

Executive Committee (2009-2011)

Designation Name Batch
President Dr Tapendro Mullick 1973
Vice Presidents Samir Kumar Payne 1966
Ranjit Kumar Mukherjee 1968
Dr Uday Chaudhuri 1973
Dr Partha Banerjee 1978
Agnimitra Biswas 1986
General Secretary Sanjay Chattopadhyay 1988
Joint Secretaries Rana Sengupta 1983
Anindya Ghosh 1985

Collection & Donation of clothes

It has been decided to collect clothes (old & new) from members and hand them over to the Ramakrishna Mission authorities at Balaram Mandir, Kamarpukur, Purulia and so on according to the quantity available.

Willing members are requested to deposit the same at the Association office at 9/1 Akrur Dutta Lane, Kolkata 700 012 on Wednesdays from 6:30 PM onwards.

Tentative Schedule of 14th Reunion

5th December, 2009 (Saturday)

Event Time Venue
Arrival at Vidyapith campus 7:30 a.m
Breakfast 8:15 a.m Dining Halls No. 2 & 4
Bath 8:45 a.m
Arghya at Mandir 9:30 a.m Sri Ramakrishna Mandir
Flag Hoisting & March Past 10:30 a.m Swadesbedi
Registration 11:15 a.m Vivekananda Sadan
Lunch 12:30 p.m Dining Halls No. 2 & 4
Inaugural Function & Cultural Function - by present students of Vidyapith 1.30 p.m Sabhabedi


This is a sincere and urgent appeal to all our ex-students. The alumni association has been plagued by two major challenges and we solicit all to help the association in recovering from the overwhelming crisis that few of us are battling out.

  1. Shortage of Manpower
    Mainly ex-students of 60’s are the active members of the Association who are now turning old and some passed away. Some members from latter batches are working hard to take the batton from them but the number is not enough. The result is that the Association presently cannot conduct much activities except a biennial Reunion and an annual Vijaya Sammelani. We want a sustained effort on continuous basis to take up activities to make some effective contribution to the society. To attain that goal, we need active participation from one and all of you in all possible manners. The problem is too few of us are trying to survive the onslaught of too many activities. This is surely not sustainable in the long run and we request support from members of all batches. We need people who can devote some time in a week or month for this voluntary work.
  2. Shortage of Funds
    Life Membership (one-time contribution of a paltry Rs 415/-) is the main source of income of the Association. Of 3500 ex-students, nearly only 500 are life members. With the collected amount we had a fixed deposit which used to provide us a meager interest. In the meantime we had to spend for purchasing a small office to help smooth running of the association. And then came the Silver Jubilee celebration. To accommodate for these expenses (particularly the office purchase), we had no choice but to use the bank deposit as the collected amount was short of what was required.
    Currently we are left with an amount whose interest merely allows us to sustain the sponsorship at Kamapurkur. Even day to day expenses like electricity, maid servant salary at the Association office are all borne by few members out of their personal love for the Association. The same holds true for Vijaya Sammelani expenses. We're running short of funds for hosting the website. Continuing with reunions seem to be a daunting task with present financial condition.

Are you interested in doing Association work?

This is an urgent one. Smooth running of the Association needs help from members from all batches. Please let us know (login and post comment) if you're ready to spend some time and effort for Association work. Please mention your name and batch.

Sri Anup Biswas passes away

Sri Anup Biswas, our English teacher at Vidyapith, passed away at the age of 54 at Bokaro Hospital on 17th Nov, 2009 (night). He was suffering from fever, pneumonia and allied problems.
Set apart as an outstanding teacher and warden, Anup da will ever be remembered for his wholehearted participation at our biennial Reuinons at Vidyapith. He left behind his wife and only son Raj Biswas of 2006 Madhyamik batch. Members of this Association express their deepest condolence to the family members of Anup Da.
May his soul rest in peace is our prayer before the Almighty.

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