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Department of Microbiology Department of Microbiology was established in the year with the undergraduate Hons Course. Aditi Nag Chaudhuri, Reader in Chemistry, specialization in Biochemistry to take the responsibility of the new department.
The space on the second floor of the main building left by the department of Zoology as they shifted to the New Science Building was allotted for the Department of Microbiology. The inspection team of the University suggested to start with 15 students.
The Routine Committee allotted Room No. Nag Chaudhuri had a Research Laboratory on the ground floor. That was also used for the new batch of students.
On 2nd September,15 students got admission for Microbiology Hons. Dutta Bhowmik ceremonially opened the door for the students. Ganguly, DPI and a number of distinguished scientists delivered valuable lectures which were published later by the department.
By this time three part time teachers and one laboratory attendant were recruited for the first year students. In out of 12 students 9 students secured first class and one secured the seventh position of university rank.
Mamata Roy, the then Principal of Lady Brabourne College, took initiative to open the Postgraduate Course in Microbiology in Lady Brabourne College, though till then no other full time lecturers were appointed.
University inspection team again advised to start with 15 students. Departmrnt of Higher Education assured that a number of Guest lecturer could be appointed according to the requirement for the postgraduate classes. The Postgraduate departments have academic autonomy.
By this time the department got a special grant from Government. In the January of Dr. In11 out of 11 students passed in first class and 7 students occupied the university rank positions including the 2nd position.
In November three other full time lecturers were appointed- Dr. Mahuya Mukhopadhyay Botany specialization in MicrobiologyMs. Madhulika Gupta Botany specialization in Microbiology and Ms.
In13 out of 14 students passed in first class and 6 positions of university rank were occupied.
All the postgraduate students passed in first class. The department started organizing workshop week for first, second and third year students of Microbiology and Biochemistry simultaneously from all the colleges in Kolkata during Puja vacation, That workshop week was also held in and in In all the students secured first class and two ranks.
The lectures were again published in form of a book. In again 11 out of 11 students secured first class and 5 ranks including first and second. UGC also sanctioned a grant for the PG departments. One interdisciplinary research project on East Kolkata Wetland, a Ramsar site, was also proposed and sanctioned for two years.
That also supported the research facilities in the department. Only 10 seats are there.Lady Brabourne College was founded in the year for the education of Muslim women. Since the inception of the college Arabic and Persian were included as optional subjects, but in Honours classes were started.
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