Students have been doing seminars, project works, museum visits as well as fieldwork on regular basis according to their curriculum in different topics encompassing the major three branches of Anthropology:-
Biological – project work along with seminar presentations on topics like Tobacco use, Thallasaemia awareness, Eating disorders, Health hazards etc.
Social-Cultural – fieldwork on technology in local communities as well as ethnographic study among the different tribal / caste communities along the length and breadth of West Bengal. Seminars have done by both honours and general students on the topics like- Motherhood, Death, Human Body, Dream, Deviance, Food, Tourism, Gender & Sexuality etc.
Archaeological anthropology– seminars on recent published works in Prehistoric archaeology. Field visit to experience excavation, study topographical map, tool collection, temple study as well as museum visit for dipper understanding of primate evolution process.
Students regularly publish wall magazine on Teacher’s day.
Department also arranges seminars on regular basis by inviting eminent academicians and scientists.
List of some eminent academicians / scientists / visitors in the recent past-
Dr. Bhaskar Chakrobarty, IIM Kolkata
Dr. Manasendu Kar, Visiting faculty, Dept. of Anthropology, California University
Dr. Gopal Mandal , Associate Professor in Anthropology, Bangabasi College
Dr. Raja Chakrobarty, Assistant Professor in Anthropology, Bangabasi College
Dr. Subrata Sankar Bagchi, Principal, Bangabasi College
Dr. Swarup Datta, Research Consultant, Indian Council of Social Science and Research, HRD, Govt. of India
Mr. Swarup Bhattacharya, Curator, Maulana Azad Museum
Dr. Ruman Banerjee, Research Fellow, University of Bristol, UK