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Mata Ganga Khalsa College for Girls, Kottan Punjab is a recognised institute / college.
Principal of Mata Ganga Khalsa College for Girls, Kottan Punjab is Manjinder Kaur, Jatinder Kaur (Mobile 8054928967).

Mata Ganga Khalsa College for Girls is situated in Kottan of Punjab state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Kottan comes under Ludhiana Tehsil, Ludhiana District.

Contact Person(s) of the Mata Ganga Khalsa College for Girls, Kottan Punjab is (are): Secretary: S. Dalmegh Singh.

Mobile No(s) of concerned persons at Mata Ganga Khalsa College for Girls, Kottan Punjab are 9478200117.

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Additional Information about Mata Ganga Khalsa College for Girls, Kottan Punjab is : College under the Management of SGPC, Sri Amritsar.


Contact Details of Mata Ganga Khalsa College for Girls, Kottan Punjab are : Telephone: +91-1628-289292, 289253


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Inter college competitions

Contests for shabad singing, vaar gayan, poetical symposium, histrionics, fine arts and home science events were organised by Mata Ganga Khalsa College, Kottan, on the occasion of birth anniversary of Mata Ganga, the mother of Guru Hargobind. Ten colleges participated in the cultural function, which was presided over by Dr Gurmohan Singh Walia, Principal Mata Gujri College, Fatehgarh Sahib.

The results of the cultural festival are:

Shabad singing: Ramgarhia Girls College, Ludhiana 1, Guru Nanak Girls College Ludhiana and Khalsa College, Patiala 2, Guru Nanak Khalsa College for Women 3, Government College for Women Ludhiana and Mata Ganga Khalsa College (special prize).

Vaar gayan: Khalsa College, Patiala 1, Guru Nanak Khalsa College, Ludhiana 2, AS College for Women, Khanna 3, Mata Ganga Khalsa College (consolation prize).

Embroidery: Satinder Kaur of Guru Nanak Girls College, Ludhiana 1, Harpreet Kaur of Guru Nanak Khalsa College, Ludhiana 2, Vandana of Ramgarhia Girls College, Ludhiana 3.

Flower-arrangement (fresh): Manjit Kaur of Ramgarhia Girls College, Ludhiana 1, Reetu Sharma of Mata Ganga Khalsa College for Girls and Dhamjot Kaur of Guru Nanak Girls College, Ludhiana 2, Amanpreet Kaur of Guru Nanak Girls College, Ludhiana 3. (Dry)—Kanwaldeep Kaur of Guru Nanak Khalsa College 1, Seema of Ramgarhia Girls College 2, Ravneet of Government College for Women, Ludhiana 3.

Rangoli: Jaswinder Kaur of Ramgarhia Girls College, Ludhiana 1, Gurpreet Kaur of Ramgarhia Girls College, Ludhiana 2, Kirandeep of Mai Bhago College 3, Hardish Kaur and Mandeep Kaur of Mata Ganga Khalsa College (special prize).

Salad decoration: Anupam of AS College for Women, Khanna 1, Ritu of Guru Nanak Khalsa College for Women 2, Silky of Government College for Women, Ludhiana 3.

Poetic Recitation: Narinder Kaur of Guru Nanak Girls College, Ludhiana 1, Baljinder Singh of SD Government College, Ludhiana, and Harbir Kaur of Guru Nanak Khalsa College, Ludhiana 2, Ganga Ram of Government College Karamsar and Manpreet Kaur of Ramgarhia College 3. Tripta Sethi of AS College, Khanna, Manpreet Kaur of Mata Ganga Khalsa College and Mandeep Kaur of Mai Bhago College (consolation).

Histrionics: Amritpal Singh of Government College Karamsar 1, Sukhjit Kaur of Guru Nanak College, Ludhiana 2, Jaswant Singh of Government College, Ludhiana 3, Jasbir Kaur of GNN College, Doraha (consolation).



Ramgarhia college wins quiz contest

Diamond Jubilee Panjab University Youth Festival at Ramgarhia Girls College entered the third day today. In quiz: Ramgarhia Girls College came first while Khalsa College for Women stood second and Government College for Women third.

In orchestra (Indian): Government College for Women team came first, KCW second and Master Tara Singh College was adjudged third. In women’s traditional song, Mata Ganga Khalsa College for Girls came first while GCW was second and MTS College third.

In folk instruments: MTS College was first while Mata Ganga Khalsa College for Girls, Kottan, and Ramgarhia Girls College were declared second and third, respectively.


Youth fest ends with energetic dances

The three-day Punjab University Ludhiana Zone-B Youth Festival concluded at Guru Nanak National College, Doraha, today.

The concluding day was presided over by Mr Sucha Singh, SDM, Payal. TV artiste Surinder Sharma was also present on the occasion. Dr Ishwar Singh, President, College Management Committee, Mr Jaswant Singh Gill, Principal and Mr Jagdev Singh Grewal organising secretary of the festival, welcomed the guests and the participating teams. Bhangra, drama and histronics were staged on the final day of the festival. A souvenir was also released on the occasion.

The first day of the youth festival, comprising two sessions, was simultaneously presided over by Mr Gurcharan Singh Galib, Member, Parliament and Lala Lajpat Rai, Member, Parliament. A grant of Rs 3 lakh was announced by Mr Gurcharan Singh Galib, Lala Lajpat Rai, apart from stressing on the quality of education and upholding cultural values among youth, announced a grant of Rs 5 lakh for the college and Rs 1 crore for establishing a law college from his discretionary grant.

On the second day of the festival, the morning session was presided over by Mr Tejparkash Singh, Transport Minister, Punjab and the evening session by Dr S.P. Singh, Vice-Chancellor, Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar. A grant of Rs 2 lakh was announced by the Transport Minister for the development of the college.

The winning teams’ contingent, in charges and students and volunteers were honoured on the occasion. The final results of the three-day youth festival are as follows :

Rangoli : Shinder Kaur of S.C.D. Government College, Ludhiana 1, Mandeep Kaur of Mata Ganga Khalsa College for Girls, Kottan 2, Hardeep Kaur of Mai Bhago College for Girls, Ramgarh 3.

Clay-modelling : Gurmeet Singh of A.S. College for Boys, Khanna 1, Paramjeet Kaur of A.S. College for Women, Khanna 2, Rita Rani of Mata Ganga Khalsa College for Girls, Kottan 3.

Still-life : Navneet Singh of GGN Khalsa College, Ludhiana 1, Ramanjeet Kaur of A.S. College for Women, Khanna 2, Chandeep Kaur of S.C.D. Government College, Ludhiana 3.

Cartooning : Mandeep Kaur of A.S. College for Boys, Khanna 1, Ashvir Kaur of Mata Ganga Khalsa College for Girls, Kottan 2, Sandeep Kaur of Mata Ganga Khalsa College for Girls, Kottan 3.

Poster-Making : Raman Nayar of S.C.D. Government College, Ludhiana 1, Munish Rana of K.L.S.D. College for Boys, Ludhiana 2, Devinder Kaur of Mata Ganga Khalsa College for Girls, Kottan 3.

Collage-Making : Khushbu of A.S. College for Women, Khanna 1, Mandeep Kaur of A.S. College for Boys, Khanna 2, Manu Sagar of A.S. College for Boys, Khanna 3.

Landscape : Harpreet Kaur of A.S. College for Women, Khanna 1, Navdeep Kaur of A.S. College for Women, Khanna 2, Sheetal of K.L.S.D. College for Boys, Ludhiana 3.

Life Sketching : Gurdeep Kaur of A.S. College for Women, Khanna 1, Amanpreet Kaur of A.S. College for Women, Khanna 2, Vinod Bhatia of K.S.D. College for Boys, Ludhiana 3.

Music (Instrument) non-percussion : Narinder Kaur of A.S. College for Women, Khanna 1, Babita Sharma of Arya College, Ludhiana 2.

Event music instrumental : Guru Nanak National College, Doraha 1, S.C.D. Government College, Ludhiana 2.

Instrumental (folk instrument) : Harjit Kaur of Guru Nanak National College, Doraha 1.

Event-Vaar singing — G.N.N. College Doraha 1, A.S. College for Women, Khanna 2, M.G. Khalsa College for Girls, Kottan 3.

Vaar (Individual) — Harjeet Kaur of Guru Nanak National College, Doraha 1, Renu of A.S. College for Women, Khanna 2, Sukhmandeep Kaur of M.G. Khsala College for Girls, Kottan 3.

Group singing : A.S. College for Women, Khanna 1, S.C.D. Government College, Ludhiana 2, Mata Ganga Khalsa College for Girls, Kottan 3.

Group singing (individual prize) — Rajni of A S College for Women, Khanna-1, Saurav Jain of K L S D college, Ludhiana-2.

Shabad Singing/Bhajan — KLSD College Ludhiana-1, Guru Nanak National College Doraha-2, Arya College, Ludhiana-3.

Shabad/Bhajan (Individual) — Saurabh Jain of KLSD college, Ludhiana-1, Sonia Khan of M G Khalsa College Kottan-2, Narinder Kaur of Guru Nanak National College Doraha-3.

Indian classical music — Mandeep Singh of SCD Government College Ludhiana-1, Gurdeep Singh of GGN Khalsa College, Ludhiana-2, Vandana of Arya College, Ludhiana-3.

Folk song — Chamanpreet Kaur of A S College for Women Khanna-1, Baljinder Singh of SCD Government College Ludhiana-2, Payal of A R College Khanna-3.

Geet — Amarpreet Singh of SCD Government College Ludhiana-1, Harpal Singh of A S College for Boys Khanna-2, Rajni of A S College for Women, Khanna 3.

Ghazal — Banita of Arya College Ludhiana-1, Vjjayanta of GGN Khalsa College Ludhiana-2, Reena Gupta of A S College for Women, Khanna-3.

Classical dance — A S College for Women, Khanna-1, Arya College, Ludhiana-2.

Group dance (General) — Guru Nanak National College, Doraha-1, S.C.D Government College Ludhiana-2.

(Individual) group dance — Manjit Kaur of Guru Nanak National College, Doraha-1, Gurinderjit Kaur of Guru Nanak National College, Doraha-2.

Giddha — Guru Nanak National College Doraha-1, Arya College Ludhiana-2, Malwa College, Bondli, Samrala-3.

Gidha individual — Bhawanpreet Kaur of Guru Nanak National College, Doraha-1, Harjit Kaur of Malwa College, Bondli, Samrala-2, Chetna of Arya College, Ludhiana and Amanpreet Kaur of A S College for Women, Khanna-3.

Poem recitation — Puneet Kumar of Malwa College, Bondli, Samrala-1, Kumud Chander of SCD Government College, Ludhiana-2, Paramjeet Singh of A S College, Khanna-3.

Creative writing (poem) — Kamal Puri of A S College, Khanna-1, Ekta Sharma of KLSD College, Ludhiana-2, Rohit Singh Bedi of SCD Government College, Ludhiana-3.

Creative writing (essay) — Megha Bhardwaj of A S College for Women, Khanna-1, Rajveer Kaur of Guru Nanak National College, Doraha-2, Amandeep of Arya College, Ludhiana-3.

Bhangra — GGN Khalsa College, Ludhiana-1, GNN College, Doraha, SCD Government College, Ludhiana-3.

Bhangra individual — Harkamal Singh of GGN Khalsa College, Ludhiana-1, Daljit Singh of GNN College, Doraha-2, Navjot Sharma of GGN Khalsa College, Ludhiana-3.





PU zonal youth fest begins

Panjab University Diamond Jubilee Zonal Youth and Heritage Festival commenced at Ramgarhia Girls College here today. On the first day of festival, items of fine arts, creative writing and art and craft were organised. Three hundred students from 11 women colleges of Ludhiana participated in different items. President of the Ramgarhia Educational Council, Ranjodh Singh, addressed the students. He appreciated the participation of the students. He encouraged the prize winners.

Principal Harmit Kaur applauded the exceptional talent exhibited by the participants. She expressed her gratitude to the department of youth welfare for organising this event.

Results: Rangoli: 1 & 2 Guru Nanak Girls College and 3 Ramgarhia Girls College; on the spot painting: 1 Guru Nanak Girls College, 2 Khalsa College for Women and 3 Government College for Women; in clay-modelling: 1 Khalsa College for Women, 2 Government College for Women and 3 Guru Nanak Girls College; poem writing: 1 Khalsa College for Women and Guru Nanak Girls College, 2 Government College for Women and 3 SDP College for Women and Khalsa College for Women; short story writing: 1 Khalsa College for Women, 2 Ramgarhia Girls College and SDP College and 3 Guru Nanak Khalsa College for Women and Mata Ganga Khalsa College for Girls, Kottan; essay writing: 1 GNG College, 2 KCW and Ramgarhia College and 3 KCW and GCW; collage making: 1 Ramgarhia College, 2 KCW and 3 MGKCW, Kottan; cartooning: 1 & 2 GCW and 3 KCW; dasuti: 1 GNG College, 2 MGKCW and 3 Ramgarhia Girls College; phulkari: 1 AS College, Khanna, 2 MGKCW second and 3 GNG; pakhi-making: 1 KCW, 2 MGKCW and 3 DD Jain College; crochet work: 1 AS College, 2 GCW and 3 GNKCW.


Inter college cultural extravaganza

Inter-college cultural extravaganza started at Mata Ganga Khalsa College for Girls, Manji Sahib, Kottan, today with all grandeur and ecstasy.

Various colleges showcased their talents on and off the stage. The show featured a variety of competitions ranging from folk music, creative writing, fine arts and home science to shabad recitals, instrumental music and art of creative writing and calligraphy.

Bibi Balwinder Kaur, member, SGPC, was the chief guest of the function. Inderjit Singh Hassanpuri, the renowned lyricist and Charanjit Singh were invited on the occasion.

Prof Jasbir Kaur, Prof Jagmohan Sharma, Ranjit Singh, Simarjit Kang, Upinder Kaur Gill, Balwinder Singh and Prof Madhu Arora were the judges for various competitions.

The function began with the recital of Shabad Kirtan by the college students. The principal of the college, Manjinder Kaur, welcomed the guests. Inderjit Hassan Puri, enthralled the audience with his lyrics based on social and political evils.

The students came up with creative ideas and innovations in various contests. The different institutions looked very enthusiastic and came well-prepared to the venue. The air was filled with melodious folk songs and foot-tapping music.

In the off the stage items students made creative traditional pakhis, embroideries and useful articles out of waste material. The flower arrangement contest was an impressive one. The designs in fashion sketching category were innovative and impressive. The students competed in 19 different contests.

The principal honoured the chief guest. She also proposed the vote of thanks and the programme concluded with the prize distribution function.

The results of various events are as follows:

Shabad gayan contest - Guru Nanak National College, Doraha, was first; Ramgarhia girls College, Ludhiana, was second; Master Tara Singh Memorial College, Ludhiana, was third.

Folk-instrument contest- Master TSM College, Ludhiana was first; GNN College, Doraha, was second;

Crochet contest- Jaswinder Kaur of Mata Ganga Khalsa College for girls, Kottan, was first; Davinder Kaur of Khalsa College, Sidhwan Khurd, was second; Kirandeep of GNN College, Doraha, was third.

Calligraphy contest- Muhta Sharma of Master TSM College, was first; Ashima Prasnar of Mata Gujri College, Fatehgarh Sahib, was second, Kshama of Khalsa College for women, Sidhwan Khurd, was third.

Embroidery contest- Jasdeep Kaur of Khalsa College for women, Sidhwan Khurd, was first; Mandeep Kaur of Mata Ganga Khslsa College, Kottan, was second; Harleen Kaur of Master Tara Singh Memorial College, was third.

Fashion sketching contest - Jasmeet Kaur of Khalsa College for women, Sidhwan Khurd, was first, Harwinder Kaur of MTS memorial College, was second, Ekta Dhawan of MTS Memorial College, was third.

Phulkari contest - Rajpreet Kaur of KCW , Sidhwan Khurd, was first, Geeta of Ramgarhia Girls College, Ludhiana, was second; Ravneet Kaur of MTS College, Ludhiana, was third.


Womens Day celebrated

Guru Nanak National College, Doraha ,celebrated International Women s Day today.

Prof Mrs Surinder Kaur of Swami Ganga Giri Janta Girls College ,Raikot, was the chief guest .She said women would be able to carve a niche for themselves "only when adequate educational benefits are provided to girls so that they have a professional, and intellectual life.

Prof Harleen Kaur, Mata Ganga Khalsa College for girls, Kottan, said that women should find their true place in society.

Prof Sompal Heera presented a poem entitled Main tan aje bachi han and Prof Sandeep Kaur presented Aaj Di Aurat. Prof Paramjit Kaur sang a song .

Two students, Sukhvir Kaur and Kamaljit Kaur, presented their views on women .

Prof Balwant Singh Pangali, general secretary , college management committee, too, asked the girls to become self-dependent . Mr J S Gill, director of the college , Dr Narinder Singh Sidhu, Principal of the college, also spoke.

Ludhiana: A seminar was conducted by the District Legal Services Authority (DLSA), Ludhiana, at Women’s Jail here today to mark Women’s Day.

The seminar was presided over by Mr S.S. Dhaliwal, Civil Judge Senior Division-cum-Secretary District Legal Services.

Mr Dhaliwal and Chief Judicial Magistrate, Mr K.S. Cheema, apprised women about their rights under the present legal framework. They were enlightened that any women, irrespective of caste, creed or financial status, can avail herself of the facility of free legal aid from the Legal Services Authority. They can also get the services of a lawyer free of cost.

Ms Jagjit Kaur Marwaha, Superintendent of the Women Jail, Mr Arvind Markan, Assistant District Attorney, Ms Snehjot Kaur and Ms Damanjeet Kaur Walia also spoke on the occasion.


Athletics meet of MGKC, Kottan

The second annual athletics meet of the Mata Ganga Khalsa College for girls, Kottan, was organised under supervision of the college principal, Miss Manjinder Kaur, and a lecturer of physical education, Prof Shashi Kaushal. The prize distribution ceremony was held by Mr Devinder Singh Cheema, honorary secretary, college management committee, and Mr Gurmail Singh Sangowal, member Shiromani Gurudwara Parbandhak Committee.

Pushwinder Kaur of B.A. (I) was declared the best athlete. The results of the athletic meet are:

100 metres: Pushwinder Kaur 1, Navpreet Kaur 2 and Sandeep Kaur 3.

50M - Navpreet Kaur 1, Manwinder Kaur 2 and Pushwinder Kaur 3.

Long jumps: Pushwinder Kaur 1, Lakhwinder Kaur 2 and Kulvir Kaur 3.

Discus throw: Jugwinder Kaur 1, Harpreet 2, and Amanpreet Kaur 3.

Shot put: Amanpreet Kaur 1, Lakhwinder Kaur 2 and Harpreet Kaur 3.

Hammer throw: Kirandeep Kaur 1, Amanpreet Kaur 2 and Pushwinder Kaur 3.

Slow cycling: Sandeep Kaur 1, Gurdeep Kaur 2 and Harmeet Kaur 3.

Sack race: Maninder Kaur 1, Arashdeep Kaur 2 and Gurpreet Kaur 3.

Three legged race: Kanwaljit Kaur and Kirandeep Kaur 1, Jagdeep Kaur and Arashdeep Kaur 2 and Kulvir Kaur and Gurjit Kaur 3.

Potato race: Amanpreet Kaur 1, Harmeet Kaur 2 and Hardeep Kaur 3.

200 m (race): Pushwinder Kaur 1, Amanpreet Kaur 2 and Harpreet Kaur 3.

400 m relay race: Pushwinder Kaur Ramandeep Kaur, Kamaldeep Kaur and Harmit Kaur 1,pawandeep Kaur, Sandeep Kaur , Amanpreet Kaur and Harpreet Kaur 2, Kirandeep Kaur, Kanwarjit Kaur, Kamaldeep Kaur and Navpreet Kaur 3.

50 m race (staff): Prof Inderjit Kaur 1, Prof Ramandeep Kaur 2, Prof Ruby 3.

Musical chair race (staff): Prof. Jagdeep Kaur 1, Prof Gurpreet Kaur 2 and Prof Rajinder Kaur 3.

Marchpast: Bebe Nanaki House 1, Mata Gujri House 2.



English floors 1,000 in PU BA (I) examination

With more than 1000 students of BA (I) from the district placed in the compartment list in English, the situation seems to be alarming for the Panjab University authorities and local colleges.

As per the university gazette for BA (I) which was available in the city yesterday, 1,043 students out of the total 8,427 students who appeared from the district this year have failed to pass the English examination. Of the total 1,522 compartments in different subjects, nearly 70 per cent are in English.

At the Guru Hargobind Khalsa College for Women, Gurusar Sudhar, 95 of the total 507 students who appeared this year have got compartment in English. Nearly 87 of the total 583 students at Arya College, 82 students from Guru Nanak Girls College, Model Town, 68 of the total 361 students from the AS College for Women, Khanna, 67 of the total 466 students from the Lala Lajpat Rai DAV College for Women, Jagraon, 58 of the total 571 students from Gujranwala Guru Nanak Khalsa College, Civil Lines, 57 of the total 425 students from the Khalsa College for Women, Sidwan Khurd, 55 of the total 744 students from the Khalsa College for Women have got compartments in English.

Similarly, 48 of the total 570 students from SCD Government College, 43 of the total 204 students from the Mata Ganga Khalsa College for Girls, Kotan, 35 students each from Swami Ganga Giri Janta Girls College, Raikot, and Guru Nanak College, Gobindnagar, Narangwal, 32 of the total 111 students from the Devki Devi Jain Memorial College for Women, 31 of the total 289 students from Ramgarhia Girls College, Millerganj, 30 students each from the SDP College for Women and Guru Nanak National College, Doraha, 28 of the total 109 students from Kamla Lohtia Sanatan Dharam College, 26 of the total 122 students from the Guru Gobind Singh Khalsa College for Women, Jhar Sahib, 24 students from the Mai Bhago College for Women, Ramgarh, 23 of the total 133 students from Government College, Karamsar, 22 of the total 112 students from Guru Teg Bahadur College, Dakha, 18 of the total 265 students from the Master Tara Singh Memorial College for Women and 14 of the total 413 students from the Government College for Women have got compartments in English.

Even though subject-wise details of the result are yet not available in the city, there are chances that majority of the students of BA (I) who could not get through this year have failed to pass the English paper. Professor K.B.S. Sodhi, Head of the Department of English at GGN Khalsa College and president of the Punjab and Chandigarh College Teachers Union, said that several students are not able to clear compartment in English even after repeated trials and, hence, they decide to drop the course. He said that concerned over the issue, the union had requested the PU VC to spilt the subject into two papers for the ease of students. However, nothing as been done so far.

Commenting on the situation, Mr A.S. Bahia, Principal, A.S. College, Khanna, said that the major reason for high rate of compartment in English was that the majority of students admitted to the course in the college were weak in the subject due to their rural background. He said there was a need to introduce special classes in English for such students. He also said that most of the district colleges were not making use of the UGC scheme to introduce remedial classes for 10-15 hours per month for weak students. If such classes are held in English, the situation could be improved, he said.



Paramjit rejoins as principal

Dr Paramjit Kaur Tiwana has been reappointed as Principal of Mata Ganga Khalsa College for Girls, Kottan, being run by the SGPC.

Dr Tiwana was transferred to Mata Sahib Kaur Girls College, Talwandi Sabo, from where the acting Principal, Ms Manjinder Kaur, was shifted here. In the meantime, the Principal of Baba Dilip Singh Memorial Khalsa College, Domeli, in Kapurthala district, had gone on leave and Ms Manjinder Kaur had been transferred there. So Dr Tiwana was asked to rejoin the college.


HC stays Principals transfer

The Punjab and Haryana High Court has stayed the transfer of the Principal of the Mata Ganga Khalsa College for Girls, Manji Sahib Kottan, which is run by the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC). The Principal, Mrs Paramjit Kaur Tiwana, resumed her duties yesterday.

The SGPC had transferred Mrs Tiwana to the Mata Sahib College for Girls, Talwandi Sabo, on August 28. Mrs Tiwana, who was appointed by former SGPC chief Gurcharan Singh Tohra, is a resident of Chanarthal Kalan village near Tohra village.

According to Mrs Tiwana, on the August 30 SGPC officials came to the college. Five of the officials went inside the office of the Principal. They had the transfer orders of Mrs Tiwana with them. They were accompanied by Mrs Manjinder Kaur, former Principal, Mata Sahib Kaur Memorial College, Talwandi Sabo, who was supposed to join in place of Mrs Tiwana.



SGPC member charged with irregularity

Close on the heels of the alleged attempt by the Sikh Gurdwara Judicial Commission member, Mr Dara Singh, to get his “patit” son selected as office superintendent at an SGPC-run college at Talwandi Sabo, a similar case involving another SGPC member to get her “patit” son selected as office superintendent at the Mata Ganga Khalsa College for Girls, Kottan, in Ludhiana district has come to light.

Mr Jaswinder Singh, one of the candidates who appeared in the interview for the selection of an office superintendent at the said college, alleged that the selection committee had selected Mr Devinder Singh, a non-Amritdhari son of Bibi Kamlesh Kaur, an SGPC member from Patiala, by ignoring merit and “preference” for Amritdhari Sikhs. He alleged gross violation of rules and norms during the whole selection procedure.

Narrating the sequence of events, Mr Singh said that an advertisement for the said post had appeared in newspapers on August 25, vide which applications from graduates and postgraduates were invited. The college had received 20 applications and most of the applicants were Amritdharis holding post-graduate degrees, including the PGDCA and MBA. An accountant of the same college, Mr Baljinder, had also applied for the post. After cancelling the interview twice, allegedly due to disagreement among local members, another interview was held at Khalsa College Patiala on October 26.

Though a notice of 17 days is required for interview as per extant instructions, candidates were informed only telephonically one day before the interview. Only 16 candidates out of 20 could attend the interview. Even the college is said to have received the relevant communication dated October 25 on October 26. “Though my name appeared on top of the merit list prepared by the college, the secretary of the committee has issued appointment letter bearing no. 50491/dated 30.10.2002 to Mr Davinder Singh who is a simple graduate. Despite being son of the SGPC member, Bibi Kamlesh Kaur, he does not bear “kesh” and beard,” said Mr Jaswinder . He further said that a daughter of Bibi Kamlesh Kaur is also posted as Technical Assistant in Khalsa College Patiala, whereas SGPC regulations prohibit “appointment of a ward or blood relative of SGPC member as non-teaching employee of institutes run by the committee.” Moreover, she does not even qualify for the post whereas she has recently been confirmed on the post.

Sources in the college confirmed the report of the arrival of Mr Davinder Singh on the college campus to join on November 1, but he was reportedly not allowed to join because Principal of the college, Ms Manjinder Kaur, was not present at that time.

Ms Manjinder Kaur, when contacted today at her residence, showed ignorance about the fate of the interview. Bibi Kamlesh Kaur, member, SGPC, was not available for comments but her daughter Harkirat Kaur confirmed her appointment in Khalsa College Patiala. When asked about the present issue, she said, “We have got nothing yet in our hands. My brother was not allowed to join college yesterday and now he will go to Amritsar.” She claimed that Davinder Singh fulfills all conditions required for the post, "What is wrong with my brother, if he is not an Amritdhari. There are many cases of non-Amritdhari employees in Khalsa institute and many Sikh female staff members cut their hair.” When questioned about the notification prohibiting the appointment of close relatives of SGPC members as non-teaching employees, Ms Harkirat said,” I don’t think there is any such rule. Even daughter-in-law of Prof Badunger is working in non-teaching department of Khalsa College Patiala.” Ms Harkirat said that Bibi Kamlesh Kaur will be available for comments only after November 12 when the SGPC elections are over.

Mr Harbeant Singh, secretary, who is said to have issued the appointment letter was not available on his telephone no 0183-584559 and mobile phone.



Govt College wins trophy

Government College, SAS Nagar, won the over all trophy of the Zonal Youth Festival of Punjabi University Ropar zone.

According to the press release issued by the college of the final results, PMN College, Rajpura, secured the second position while Mata Gujari College, Fatehgarh Sahib, bagged the third position.

In the one-act play, the SBS Khalsa College for Women, Patiala, won the first position while the team from Mata Gujri College, Fatehgarh Sahib, won the first position in the traditional costume parade. In the creative costume parade, Government College, Ropar, won the first prize and students of Mata Gujri College, Fatehgarh Sahib, won the first prize in histrionics.

The BZFS Khalsa College for Women, Morinda, won the first prize both in group skit and mime. ASBASJS Memorial College, Bela, won the first prize in mimicry.



MS SHASHI KANTA KAUSHAL Vs MANAGING COMMITTEE-GOVERNING BODY MATA GANGA KHAL

IN THE HIGH COURT OF PUNJAB AND HARYANA AT CHANDIGARH

Civil Writ Petition No.950 of 2008

Decided on : 05-08-2009

Ms. Shashi Kanta Kaushal .... Petitioner
VERSUS
Managing Committee/Governing Body, Mata Ganga Khalsa College for Girls, Kottan (Distt. Ludhiana) and others. .... Respondents

CORAM:-
HON BLE MR. JUSTICE SATISH KUMAR MITTAL.

Present:-
Mr. B.M. Singh, Advocate, for the petitioner.
Mr. Pavit Singh Mattewal, Advocate, for the respondents.

SATISH KUMAR MITTAL, J (Oral).
After arguing for some time, when the Court is not inclined to entertain this petition on account of disputed question of fact, counsel for the petitioner states that the petitioner may be permitted to withdraw this petition with liberty to avail other alternative remedy.

Dismissed as withdrawn with the aforesaid liberty.

(SATISH KUMAR MITTAL)
JUDGE

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