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Tika Ram Girls College, Sonepat (Sonipat), Haryana
Tika Ram Girls College, Sonepat (Sonipat), Haryana
Sonepat (Sonipat) (District Sonepat )
Tika Ram Girls College, Sonepat (Sonipat) Haryana is a recognised institute / college. Study Centre code of Tika Ram Girls College, Sonepat (Sonipat) Haryana is 2318. Tika Ram Girls College, Sonepat (Sonipat) Haryana was established on / in 1992.
Principal of Tika Ram Girls College, Sonepat (Sonipat) Haryana is Dr Sunita Deswal.
Tika Ram Girls College, Sonepat (Sonipat) Haryana is situated in Sonepat (Sonipat) of Haryana state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Sonepat (Sonipat) comes under Sonepat Tehsil, Sonepat District.
Mobile No(s) of concerned persons at Tika Ram Girls College, Sonepat (Sonipat) Haryana are 9416437422.
Contact Details of Tika Ram Girls College, Sonepat (Sonipat) Haryana are : Telephone: +91-130-2242059
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M.Sc.(Math) one unit,
M.Sc. (Com. Sc.) one unit,
1.Functional English/Communicative English one unit 2.Early Child Care & Education 3.Advertising Sales
Promotion & Sales Management. Evening Courses:
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3. Spoken English.
Tika Ram Girls College, Sonepat (Sonipat) Haryana runs course(s) in Degree stream(s).
Tika Ram Girls College is affiliated with Maharshi Dayanand University, Rohtak (Haryana)
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YOGENDER PAL SINGH SON OF SUKHBIR SINGH RESIDENT O Vs SMT SUNITA WIFE OF YOGENDER PAL SINGH AND DAUGHTE FAO M 29 of 2011IN THE HIGH COURT FOR THE STATES OF PUNJAB AND HARYANA AT
(O and M)
Date of Decision. 14.03.2011
Yogender Pal Singh son of Sukhbir Singh resident of 8-C, Prem Nagar, Sonepat. ......Appellant
Smt. Sunita wife of Yogender Pal Singh and daughter of Chander Singh, resident of village Singhu Delhi at present serving at Ch. Tika Ram Girls College, Sonepat. .....Respondent
Mr. Navneet Singh, Advocate for the appellant.
HON'BLE MR. JUSTICE K. KANNAN
1. Whether Reporters of local papers may be allowed to see the judgment ? No.
2. To be referred to the Reporters or not ? No.
3. Whether the judgment should be reported in the Digest? No.
K. KANNAN J.(ORAL)
1. The petition for divorce on the ground of cruelty was dismissed. Before the trial Court, the petitioner contended that the wife had harassed him by giving a complaint of dowry demand to the police. The trial Court referred to a judgment of this Court in Ranjit Kaur Vs. Jaswant Singh 2010(1) Latest Judicial Reports 667 holding that complaint to the police for her own right cannot constitute cruelty.
Other ground of cruelty urged was that the wife had left the society of the petitioner without any rhyme or reason and on every occasion defamed the petitioner and his family members. This is again too wide and bald allegation to sustain a plea for divorce on the ground of cruelty. I do not find any ground to sustain the relief of dissolution of marriage.
There is no error in the approach of the trial Court in dismissing the petition.
2. The appeal is dismissed.
NCTE appeal order for Tika Ram Girls College Sonepat (Sonipat)F.No.89-710-2009-Appeal
NATIONAL COUNCIL FOR TEACHER EDUCATION
Hans Bhawan, Wing II, 1, Bahadurshah Zafar Marg, New Delhi - 110002
O R D E R
WHEREAS the appeal of Tika Ram Girls College, Sonepat, Haryana dated 21-07-2009 is against the Order No. F.NRC-NCTE-F-7-HR-249-2009-6194 dated 15-07-2009 of the Northern Regional Committee, refusing recognition for conducting C.P.Ed course on the grounds “The Deficiency Communicated to the Institution still exists i.e. the appointed HOD does not have experience as per NCTE norms for C.P.Ed”.
AND WHEREAS the Correspondent, Tika Ram Girls College (hereinafter referred to as the appellant), preferred an appeal dated 21-07-2009 to the National Council for Teacher Education, New Delhi (hereinafter referred to as the Council) under Section 18 of the NCTE Act, 1993 against the said Order.
AND WHEREAS Ms. Anita Rathee, Clerk and Ms. Kusum Singh, Lecturer, Tika Ram Girls College, Sonepat, Haryana presented the case of the appellant institution on 12.10.09. The appellant produced the documents relating to the appointment of Head of Department. the
Council found that the selected candidates has the necessary experience.
AND WHEREAS the Council has come the conclusion that the appeal deserved to be accepted, the Order of NRC reversed with the direction to issue orders of recognition under para 7(11) of NCTE Regulations 2007.
AND WHEREAS after perusal of documents, memorandum of appeal, affidavit, VT report and after hearing oral arguments advanced during the hearing, the Council reached the conclusion that there was adequate ground to accept the appeal, reversed NRC’s order
dated 15-07-09 with direction to the NRC to issue the recognition order under clause 7(11) of the NCTE Regulation, 2007 within 15 days of issue of this order.
NOW THEREFORE, the Council hereby reverses the Order appealed against.
1. The Principal, Tika Ram Girls College, Sonepat, Mission Road, , Sonepat - 131001, Haryana
2. The Secretary, Ministry of Human Resource Development, Department of School Education and Literacy, Shastri Bhawan, New Delhi.
3. Regional Director, Northern Regional Committee, A-46, Shantipath, Tilak Nagar, Jaipur - 302004, Rajasthan.
4. PS to Chairperson
5. The Secretary, Education (looking after Teacher Education) Government of Haryana, Chandigarh.
TIKA RAM GIRLS COLLEGE Vs PRESIDING OFFICER AND ANR Civil Writ Petition 7518 of 2008IN THE HIGH COURT OF PUNJAB AND HARYANA AT CHANDIGARH
Date of decision: 7th May, 2008
Tika Ram Girls College, Sonepat … Petitioner
Presiding Officer and another … Respondents
HONBLE MR. JUSTICE ASHUTOSH MOHUNTA
HONBLE MR. JUSTICE KANWALJIT SINGH AHLUWALIA
Mr. Ramesh Hooda, Advocate for the petitioner.
KANWALJIT SINGH AHLUWALIA, J.
Present writ petition has been preferred by Tika Ram Girls
College, Sonepat through its Principal (hereinafter called the petitionermanagement), challenging the impugned award (Annexure P-3) dated 24.01.2006 passed by the learned Labour Court. It was contended by the petitioner-management that respondent No.2 was appointed as Peon in the hostel of the college in year 1990. Her services were terminated on 22.07.1997 after a domestic enquiry. Chargesheet was served upon respondent No.2 and Enquiry Officer submitted report on 05.04.1997 holding that she was guilty of the charges leveled against her. A showcause- notice was issued for termination of her services and thereafter, her services were terminated.
Chargesheet served upon the worklady has been attached as Annexure P-1. One of the charges leveled against the worklady was that on 17th March, 1997, SDM had to visit at 3.30 p.m. and
the worklady was found watching TV in the common room.
Another charge was that on 29th May, 1997 at 12 noon a message was sent to her through Sh.Rajpal, Peon to bring hostel warden in the office of Vice Principal but she had refused to obey.
It has been contended before us by learned counsel appearing for the petitioner-management that the learned Labour Court has
committed a grave error by setting aside the punishment of removal from service with direction to reinstate the worklady with continuity of service and full back wages and that it has erred in holding deduction of one annual increment to be a reasonable punishment.
During the course of arguments, we asked the counsel for the
petitioner as to why there was no challenge to the findings of Labour Court to a preliminary issue framed as to whether the domestic enquiry conducted by the petitioner-management was a fair and proper enquiry?
Learned Labour Court had decided the issue on 21.09.2005 against the management holding that enquiry was neither fair nor proper.
Learned counsel for the petitioner has not only failed to explain the delay but also could not give any explanation as to why a finding of the learned Labour Court on preliminary issue was not
challenged. Furthermore, in the present case, learned Labour Court has finally given the award on 24th January, 2006. The present writ petition has been filed on 2nd May, 2008. There is a delay of more than 2 ¼ years and we find no reasonable ground to condone delay and laches on the part of the petitioner-management. On this count also, this writ petition is liable to fail.
Consequently, since there has been no challenge to the finding of the learned Labour Court to the preliminary issue as to whether the domestic enquiry was not fair and proper, and also this writ petition suffers from laches and delay in challenging the award, we have no option but to dismiss the writ petition.
[KANWALJIT SINGH AHLUWALIA]
NAAC report of Tika Ram Girls CollegeSection 1: Preface
The Tika Ram Girls College, Sonepat volunteered to be assessed and accredited by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC), Bangalore, and accordingly submitted the Self-Study Report (SSR) in the usual format. The Council constituted a Peer Team, consisting of Prof. Nityananda Saha, Vice-Chancellor, University of Kalyani, West Bengal, as Chairperson, and Prof. C.B. Raval, formerly Principal, HA College of Commerce, Ahemdabad, Gujarat, and Dr. P. Selvaraj, Principal, Aditanar College of Arts and Science, Virapandiapattinam, Tamil Nadu, as Members. The Team visited the institution for two days, January 23rd - 24th, 2003, along with Mr. B.R. Manjunath, Academic Consultant, NAAC, who coordinated the visit, for validating the claims made in the SSR.
The Tika Ram Girls College, Sonepat, a Grant-in-aid institution, affiliated to M.D. University, Rohtak, was established in 1992 under the aegis of Tika Ram Education Society at an easily accessible location of the city. The College has a campus area of 3.55 acres, and is catering to the Higher Education needs of the rural girls of the area.
As on date, the College offers effectively 2 UG programs, B.A. & B.Com., through 10 subject(s)/discipline(s) based academic departments to a total student population of 525; the 'Computer Applications' is being offered in B.Com.; two certificate courses in 'Computer Applications', one of 6 months and another of 1 year duration, are also available, for additional fee. The institution has got the UGC recognition under 2f and 12B in 1997 and got a grant of 6.00 lacs under UGC IXth plan.
The College has a band of sincere well qualified teaching faculty comprising of 16 members, of which 12 are permanent teachers drawing UGC scales of pay and 3 are temporary teachers with consolidated emoluments and one is a part-timer; there are 1 Ph.D. and 9 M.Phils. The number of supporting staff members at present is 18, of which only 7 are against sanctioned posts on permanent basis. Support services of the College include a Central Library, Health Center (with a part time M.O.), Canteen, Guest House, Student Hostel of 200 capacity, vehicle parking shed and sports facilities and an Auditorium (Tika Ram Hall), satisfying the modest needs of a College.
The Peer Team meticulously perused and critically analyzed the submitted SSR
before the institutional visit. The Team visited all the 10 academic departments to have information on respective academic profiles and the available facilities by interaction with the teachers. The co-curricular and the extra-curricular activities, the sports facilities, and other support services were physically examined by the Peer Team. The Team interacted with the Principal, the teachers, the non-teaching staff, a representative group of students, the parents and the alumni of the College. Owing to the absence of a regular Governing Body due to litigation, the Team interacted with the Deputy Commissioner, Sonepat, who is the administrator in place of the Additional D.C.. The documents related to students attendance register, salary register of the teachers and audited accounts for the last 3 years, upto March 2002, were verified.
Based on the above exercise, and keeping the criteria identified by NAAC in view, , the Peer Team has taken up critical evaluation of the institution as a whole. The assessment of the College under the stipulated criteria, the commendable features of the institution as well as the issues of concern with feasible recommendations are given in the following text:
Criterion I : Curricular Aspects
The Tika Ram Girls College has 2 faculties, Arts & Commerce. There are 9 departments in the faculty of Arts and 1 department in the faculty of Commerce. As an affiliated College of the M. D. University, the College follows the syllabi prescribed by the University for all the courses, in the annual pattern.
All the courses are of conventional nature. However, 'Computer Applications' has been offered as an elective to B.Com. as part of redesigning the course, in place of traditional papers. The students have freedom to pursue a program with reference to elective options. Student admission is as per University rules. The teaching schedule is also as per University rules. Apart from classroom teaching, the College organizes group discussions, debates, and quiz competitions periodically to realize its mission and goals.
Criterion II : Teaching-Learning and Evaluation
Students are admitted to various courses based on their academic records. Knowledge and skills for a particular program are evaluated through class tests.
The College arranges extra classes for the weak students. Talented students are motivated by assigning them extra work.
The College encourages teachers to make a teaching plan in the beginning of academic session through extensive discussion and subject analysis. The conventional lecture method of teaching is supplemented by other learner-centered teaching methods like student seminars, panel discussions, etc. , held regularly in class-rooms.
Teacher recruitment is as per UGC/Haryana Government procedures. The College has freedom and resources to appoint and pay temporary/adhoc teaching staff. Three new teachers have been recruited to the College from other institutions in the last two years.
The total number of working days of the College is 221, out of which 181 are teaching days. The workload of a teacher is 18 hours per week. There are 12 'permanent' teachers - 1 Ph.D., 8 M.Phil. & 3 postgraduates. There are also 3 'temporary' teachers - 1 M.Phil. and 2 postgraduates. There is a part-time teacher, a postgraduate.
The students are informed about the syllabi and division of various units and the respective marks allotted each unit at the beginning of the academic year by their teachers. The College monitors the overall performance of students through holding regular monthly tests and also term-end examinations. The College has consistently been maintaining a high pass percentage, higher than the University pass percentage, in all degree courses. Two students of the College secured ranks in the University examinations last year.
The evaluation of teacher performance is based on ACR. If the results show a negative trend, the concerned teacher is asked to engage extra classes for the students / modify the teaching pattern. The performance of teachers is also assessed on the basis of their involvement in various College activities, and their dedication and sincerity in executing the assigned tasks.
Criterion III: Research, Consultancy and Extension.
The College encourages the teachers to take up research studies by giving them admissible leave. However, not many of the teachers have made use of this facility. There are 3 part-time research scholars form the College working for their research degree.
The College does not offer any consultancy service.
Under the NSS program of the College, various extension activities like Blood Donation camps through Red Cross Society, cleaning of nearby villages etc. are taken up. Talks are arranged for creating awareness on health and hygiene. The teachers and students are encouraged to participate in extension activities by providing for incentives/prizes/honors. The College involves NGOs/GOs in planning and carrying out the extensive activities.
Criterion IV: Infrastructure and Learning Resources
Infrastructure development is done with the help of funds received from the U.G.C. by way of grants, and funds provided by the Management The maintenance of infrastructure is as per University guidelines. The College ensures optimum utilization of its infrastructure by proper planning and effective implementation and also by sharing with its sister institution(s).
The campus is beautified and kept pollution-free through planting trees, through ban on plastic and through motivating students to keep the campus clean and green.
Computerization of library services has just started. The library works on all the working days for 7 hours a day. The total number of books in the library is 4,105. The College subscribes for 32 magazines including newspapers.
The College has well maintained grounds and courts, and necessary sports equipment. The students of the College are University Champions in Hockey and Athletics. A student of the College has won 'Best Athlete Award' for 2002, in the athletic competitions held in the M.D.University. The Team notes with appreciation the winning of a Silver Medal by a student of this College in the 32nd National Games, held at Hyderabad recently. The Volley Ball Team has won the University Championship for 7 consecutive years, a commendable achievement. Generous fee concessions, prizes, scholarships, and hostel concessions are provided to outstanding sports achievers.
There is also good infrastructure to organize cultural activities.
There are good hostel facilities on the campus. The hostel has 70 rooms, accommodating about 200 students. The rooms are well lit and ventilated. There is a common room with TV, indoor games facility, a reading room, good mess facility, phone facility, canteen, etc.. First aid facility is also available in the hostel dispensary. Doctor is called when required.
Criterion V: Student Support and Progression
The College consistently maintains high success rate in the University examinations. The drop-out rate is about 16%, while in some courses it goes up to 30%. A fairly large number of students go for further studies and several alumni of the College are employed as teachers and lecturers in various institutions. The College has an alumni association, which meets once a year.
It is worth mentioning that the College offers scholarships to the meritorious students through obtaining donations from individuals. The University and State Government scholarships are given to the SC/BC students. Hostel concessions are also provided to the SC/BC students.
The College publishes its updated prospectus annually. The prospectus contains the details of subject-combinations available, fee structure, list of staff, facilities available, rules of admission, and general profile of the College. The policies and criteria for admission to various courses for the benefit of prospective students are publicized through cable/ newspaper advertisements/ prospectus.
The College brings out an annual magazine, 'Bhavatoolika', through the collective efforts of the students and teachers. The creative potential of the students are brought out through the magazine.
The College has facilities for indoor and outdoor games, club activities, cultural programs and competitions and recreational and leisure time activities. It may be mentioned that the College was chosen as the venue for the inter-collegiate quiz competitions, organized by the affiliating University recently.
Criterion VI: Organization and Management
Due to the fact that the Management of the College is entangled in litigation, the Government has nominated the Additional Deputy Commissioner as the Administrator of the College. The Principal is the drawing and disbursing officer of the College.
Internal coordination and monitoring is done through holding regular staff meetings and circulating the relevant information through notices. Several sub-committees like library committee, admission committee, sports committee, purchase committee, prize committee, examination committee etc. are formed to look after various activities.
Efficiency of the non-teaching staff is monitored by the Principal and bursar by conducting meetings and by reviewing their Annual Confidential Reports (ACR). The efforts of the College to upgrade the skills of the non-teaching staff by conducting computer training programs deserve appreciation.
A beginning has been made in computerization of library services. The drive to acquire more library books during last year deserves mention.
The College has a Grievance Redressal Cell for students. The grievances of the teaching and the non-teaching staff are sought to be redressed through dialogue with colleagues and superiors.
As per the recommendations of the committee appointed to look into organization and management, the managing body was requested to provide enough building area to run the College smoothly. Under special hostel scheme, the UGC was approached to provide grant for construction of a new hostel wing, mess and dining hall, dispensary cum sick room, etc..
The College provides freeships to students, and free uniform and financial help to class IV employees. The College accounts are audited regularly by qualified chartered accountants, identified by the affiliating University.
Criterion VII: Healthy Practices
Some of the healthy practices prevailing in the institution are as noted below:
The teachers work with a lot of zeal and enthusiasm.
The value-based education is imparted by conducting special sessions on moral education. Special talks and seminars are conducted to inculcate civic responsibility among students.
The College lays emphasis on co-curricular activities besides academic activities to develop the all round personality of the learners. The skills of students are improved by asking questions, conducting poetic recitations, practicing story, essay, and précis writing, conducting debates and symposia, and reading of texts in the class room.
Teachers are advised to improve their performance, when the results of the papers handled by any of the teachers are consistently low.
The dignity of labor, community orientation, and independent and team work culture are taken care of by the NSS unit which conducts one day special camps and ten days camp.
It is an annual feature of the College to organize an intercollegiate cultural meet. The teachers and students involve themselves in organizing this meet.
The College motivates the advanced learners through regular question answer
sessions. Slow learners are paid extra attention by the teachers. 'The best girl'
of the year is presented taking into account all-round performance of the
The College is the pioneer institution in Haryana to organize a Civil Defense
Training aimed at equipping the skills of the students to save life and property
in emergency situations like air attack, terrorist attack, floods and fire.
Section 3: Overall Analysis
The Peer Team, after going through the SSR and after validating the facts and claims through visit to the various academic departments and their facilities, the available support services, and interactions with the various constituents of the College, is satisfied by the progress of Tika Ram Girls College, which is young in age, but has made some mark in academic, sports and cultural activities of the area.
The Peer Team considers that a number of notable features of Tika Ram Girls College are commendable. The following aspects of the College need special mention:
Infrastructure facilities like class-rooms, staff room, play-ground, library etc..
Very clean and pollution-free campus environment.
Results of the students in the University examinations, including some ranks, while ordinarily admitting students with average academic record.
Healthy inter-personal relationships among the various constituents of the College.
Good Hostel facilities with accommodation for 200 girls.
General encouragement to sports and cultural activities evidenced by participation of the students of the College in various State Level and National Level Competitions.
Keeping in mind the future plans and anticipated expansion of this young
institution, the Peer Team would suggest the following for consideration of the decision-making apparatus of the College:
The College may explore the possibility of diversifying the UG courses by way of introducing Science and Social Science streams in tune with the emerging trends and societal needs. While introducing PG Courses, Geography and Psychology may be accorded priority.
Computer education may be extended to all the students. Employment-oriented short-term certificate courses, like Fashion Designing, Beauty Therapy, etc. may be introduced in phases.
Computerization of library services might be expedited.
Setting up of a Student Counseling unit with special reference to Career Guidance may be considered.
The student appraisal of teacher performance, through a structured questionnaire, may be considered to augment the teaching-learning process.
Suitable steps may be taken for solving the problems of the adhoc non-teaching employees on a priority basis.
The Peer Team is of the opinion that this assessment exercise would be useful to the institution to initiate both quality enhancement and expansion strategies towards further development. The Team wishes to place on record its thanks to the fine hospitality and cooperation shown by the all sections of the College during the visit, and wishes the College success in all its endeavors aimed at improving the quality of education further.
Prof. Nityananda Saha (Chairman)
Prof. C. B. Raval (Member)
Prof. P.Selvaraj (Member)
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