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Government Polytechnic College for Girls, Patiala, Punjab
Address:SST Nagar, Opp. Truck Union
Rajpura Road
Patiala (District Patiala)
Punjab, India
Pin Code : 147003


Government Polytechnic College for Girls, Patiala Punjab is a recognised institute / college. Status: Govt.

Government Polytechnic College for Girls, Patiala Punjab is also known as Govt Polytechnic for Women, Patiala.

Government Polytechnic College for Girls, Patiala Punjab was established on / in 1991.


Principal of Government Polytechnic College for Girls, Patiala Punjab is Earlier Dr Gursharan Singh, Now Manjeet Singh Mann (M.Com), Dr. Sarbmohan Singh.

Government Polytechnic College for Girls, Patiala Punjab is situated in Patiala of Punjab state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Patiala comes under Patiala Tehsil, Patiala District.

Fax # of Government Polytechnic College for Girls, Patiala Punjab is 2285668, 2370158 (ok), 2201658.

Contact Person(s) of the Government Polytechnic College for Girls, Patiala Punjab is (are): Lecturer Rashmi Sharma 98726-26104, Lecturer Rubina Singla 98760-28202.

Mobile No(s) of concerned persons at Government Polytechnic College for Girls, Patiala Punjab are 98141-00211, 95018-00512., 95010-03246, Surinder Kumar 94172-93985 (Admission I/c), 9501019070.

email ID(s) is Government Polytechnic College for Girls Patiala Punjab

Website of Government Polytechnic College for Girls, Patiala Punjab is www.gpcgpatiala.com/.


Contact Details of Government Polytechnic College for Girls, Patiala Punjab are : DEPARTMENT OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES: Mobile 95011-10615, 99149-25325
Polytechnic Diploma Wing
Telephone: +91-175-2213228, 2222189, Mobile 95010-12087
Telephone: 0175-2370158 (ok), 2371970 (changed, now at some residence)
Mobile No(s) 9876084175 (switched off), 9872001701 (no reply)
Website www.gpcgpatiala.org/ (wrong)
email principal@gpcgpatiala.org (wrong)

Contact Person S. Gurcharan Singh (M.Com), Principal

Staff Member
Principal Dr. Sarbmohan Singh, M.Pharm, Ph.D.
Rubina Singla, M.Pharmacy
Rashmi Sharma
Gurbakshish Singh
Pawan Kumar
Bahadur Singh
Ravinder Singh
Baljit Kaur
Harmel Singh
Meenu Goyal
Smt Ravneet Kaur, HOD, Architect Dept
Ravinder Singh Bhatti, TPO
Ajay Kaushal, Civil Engg Dept Head
On its website, college mentions its name as 'Govt Polytechnic' only on its contact us page.

Government Polytechnic for Girls, Patiala was established in 1991. Its campus is situated on the Patiala-Rajpura road just 3kms from the local Bus Stand/ Railway Station. The institution has beautiful administrative block, hostel, staff colony and well maintained lawns and the grounds spread over an area of 15 acres.

The diploma courses of the institution are affiliated to Punjab State Board of Technical Education and Industrial Training, Chandigarh. The institute also offers 4 year programme leading to degree of Bachelor of Pharmacy and is affiliated to Punjab Technical University

Shortage of Faculty in Pharmaceutical Wing
Two Part time lecturers Mr. Vikas Rana M.Pharm. and Dr. Subeet jain M.Pharm Ph.D have joined the Institute from this Session. Miss Sandeep Kaur M Sc. Microbiology has also joined as a part time lecturer from Ist august 2006 so total of 13 faculity members are teaching the B.Pharmacy classes the detail list is attached herewith.The requisition for the appointment of regular HOD and Six more Lecturer with M. Pharmacy qualifications have already been sent to the Director, Technical Education vide letter No. 3469 dated 5.6.2006 and 5464 dated 18.8.2006

Principal not qualified in Pharmaceutical Wing
This Institute is a multi disciplinary Institute running other Diploma courses in Technical Stream alongwith B. Pharmacy course. So as per the old Govt. norms the Principal can be from any stream including Pharmacy qualification. So at present the Principal has M.E. Electronics qualification.

Department Of Pharmacuetical Sciences, Patiala


Courses

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Commercial Arts
Computer Engg.
Electronics and Communication Engg.
Information Technogy
Medical Lab Technology
Modern Office Practice


Government Polytechnic College for Girls, Patiala Punjab runs course(s) in Pharmacy stream(s).

Government Polytechnic College for Girls is affiliated with Punjab State Board of Technical Education and Industrial Training, Chandigarh (Punjab)



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Media coverage of Government Polytechnic College for Girls, Patiala Punjab, Punjab

Sh Navneet Walia versus Government Polytechnic College for Girls Patiala

STATE INFORMATION COMMISSION, PUNJAB
SCO No. 84-85, Sector 17-C, CHANDIGARH.
Sh. Navneet Walia,
19, Gurudwara Moti Bagh Colony,
Patiala.

------------------------------------------Complainant
Vs.

Public Information Officer,
O/o The Principal,
Govt. Poly-Technical College Girls,
Patiala. ------------------------------------ Respondent


CC No. 1192 of 2007

ORDER

Present:
Sh. Navneet Walia, Complainant in person.
Smt. Saira Mehta, lecturer-cum-PIO and Smt. Baljit Kaur Superintendent on behalf of the Govt. Poly-Technical College Girls, Patiala.

The Complainant had demanded information in respect of 21 points. These relate to the occupation of official residence by the Principal of the College (Sh. H.P.Singh) and the house rent etc. deposited by him. Respondents state before us that they have spent innumerable hours compiling the information and whatever was available with them has been delivered. They further state that as per the decision of the Commission in its last hearing on 27.08.2007, the information has been delivered to the Complainant free of cost. They further state that the fees which had been collected initially (amounting to Rs. 448/-) was sought to be refunded to the Complainant. According to them, the cheque for the amount had been sent to the Complainant at his residential address on four occasions but on each occasion it had been returned with the remarks that none was present at home to collect the same. Respondent alleges that the Complainant deliberately did not accept the communication sent to him with a view to keep

the dispute alive. Respondent further states that the Complainant was invited to inspect whatever record he might wish to on 3rd, 6th and 7th September, 2007.

2. Complainant states that one item of information viz the date of vacation of the official residence by the Principal (Sh.H.P.Singh) has not supplied to him. Respondent states that on the date of demand for information, the Principal was still in occupation of the house and, therefore, there is no question of intimating the Complainant of the date of vacation of the house by the Principal. In respect of item no. 18, Complainant has demanded to know whether the booth set up for sale of Pepsi soft drink had been set up with the permission of PWD and if not, under what authority was it set up. The Respondents state that they have informed the Complainant that this facility was for the students and it was set up under Internal Revenue Generation (IRG) Scheme.

3. All items of information have been duly supplied.
4. We are inclined to accept the plea of the Respondent that the Complainant had been deliberately avoiding to accept the return of fees sent to him by post. In case the Complainant still wishes to have refund, he is free to visit the office of the accountant and take delivery of the cheque.
5. This matter is disposed of.

(Rajan Kashyap)
Chief Information Commissioner
Chandigarh
Dated: 24.09.2007

Lt. Gen.P.K.Grover (Retd.)
State Information Commissioner

Sh Navneet Walia versus Government Polytechnic College for Girls Patiala

366 STATE INFORMATION COMMISSION, PUNJAB
SCO No. 84-85, Sector 17-C, CHANDIGARH.
Sh. Navneet Walia,
19, Gurudwara Moti Bagh Colony,
Patiala.
------------------------------------------Complainant

Vs.

Public Information Officer,
O/o The Principal,
Govt. Multi-Technical College Girls,
Patiala. ------------------------------------ Respondent


CC No. 1192 of 2007

ORDER

Present:
Sh. Navneet Walia, Complainant in person.
Smt. Saira Mehta, lecturer-cum-PIO and Smt. Baljit Kaur Superintendent on behalf of the Govt. Multi-Technical College Girls, Patiala.

This case relates to supply of information on 21 points sought by the Complainant through his original application dated 24th May, 2007. On getting insufficient reply, he filed a complaint before the Commission on 06.07.2007.

2. During today’s proceedings, the Complainant states that he has not been supplied information as was demanded by him. However, the Respondent states that a classification was sought from the Director, Technical Education & Industrial Training Department, Punjab vide memo no. 5160 dated 15.06.2007 who directed vide his letter No. 71 dated 26th June, 2007 to supply information to the Complainant. Accordingly, the Respondent informed the Complainant vide memo no. 5353 dated 06.07.2007 to collect information on payment of Rs. 10,662/- and 10, 444/-. Complainant highlights that he has been harassed for seeking information and had to visit office of the Director, Technical Education & Industrial Training, Chandigarh for pursuing the case. It is also observed that an interim response had been sent to the Complainant vide Memo No 5246 dated 20th June, 2007.

3. Keeping in view the requirement of providing information to the Complainant, we direct that the Complainant will carry out inspection of record and identify the documents required by him on 03.09.2007 at 1000 hours, and take copies of the relevant documents required by him. The documents will be provided to him free of cost. It was highlighted that the respondent may, however, represent/appeal to the Commission, in case, exemption relating to any document is proposed to be sought. Exemptions in case being sought must be justified.

4. The Respondent was directed to submit a photocopy each of the correspondence with the Complainant. These on submission to the Commission have been taken on file.

5. To come up for confirmation of compliance on 24.09.2007. Copies of the order be sent to both the parties.


(Rajan Kashyap)
Chief Information Commissioner
Chandigarh
Dated: 27.08.2007

Lt. Gen.P.K.Grover (Retd.)
State Information Commissioner



(Mrs. Ravi Singh ) State Information Commissioner

NAAC report of Government Polytechnic College for Girls

Section-A
Preface
The Government College for Girls, Patiala was established in 1942 with the objective of promoting women education in the Malwa region of Punjab. From a moderate beginning in a borrowed space in a local school, the college has, over the period, grown in stature. It is located in a spacious campus of 27.5 acres, catering to over 2800 students with a faculty strength of 97 teachers.

The College, affiliated to Punjabi University, Patiala is offering two U.G. (B.A. Arts and Humanities & B.Sc.Home Science) and six PG [one M.Sc. in Food and Nutrition and five M.A.s in Fine Arts, Folk Art & Culture, Music (Instrumental), Music (Vocal) & Dance] programmes. At U.G. level there are three Honours streams. Besides these, there is a vocational programme in Functional English, a P.G. Diploma in Dietetics and Public Health & also one year Certificate Course in Computer (the latter sponsored by Govt. of Punjab in collaboration with a private company under computer certification scheme). The College also offers senior secondary level, courses in some of the Departments. These senior secondary courses however have not been taken into account in the present assessment.

The college is also serving the higher education needs of girls from villages around Patiala to the radius of 30 to 40 Kms. True to the tradition of rich cultural heritage of this former princely state, the institution takes legitimate pride in nurturing the cultural talents among its students. The students of this college have a sustained record of commendable performance in the fields of art and culture and also sports. Another distinguishing feature of this institution is the study of Home Science subject both under Arts and Science streams.

The College presented its Self-Study Report for assessment and accreditation by NAAC. The NAAC Peer Team consisting of Prof. C. Thangamuthu, Professor of Economics, Bharathidasan Univesity, Tiruchirappalli, Tamil Nadu (Chairman), Prof. Nilima S. Rajurkar, Department of Chemistry, Univesity of Pune (Member) and
Dr. Dharam Veer Dagar, Principal, Government College, Jhajjar, Haryana (Member) visited the college on 12-13, March 2003. The Peer Team visited all the constituents of the college and interacted with the Principal, management, teachers, staff, students, parents and alumni. The report of evaluation is presented below.

Section-B
Criterion wise Analysis
Criterion I : Curricular Aspects
The College offers a good range of course options in the B.A. (Arts & Humanities) programme, almost resembling a cafeteria approach. However, in B.Sc. programme, there is only one stream of Home Science, which of course, could be of special relevance to girl students. But in order to widen the employment horizon of girls, it would be better if efforts be undertaken to introduce B.Sc. general stream with course options in some of the thrust areas such as Microbiology, Bio-chemistry, Bio-technology, Computer Sciences, Electronics. Similarly with long years of teaching B.A. (Arts & Humanities), the College would do better introducing PG programmes in the relevant subjects and provide opportunities of vertical mobility to the students. At present at the PG level, the six programmes offered are confined to two areas – Fine Arts and Home Sciences. While appreciating the relevance of these programmes, it is suggested that some more diversification be thought of at the PG level.

The College deserves commendations for offering a vocational degree programme in Functional English sponsored by UGC. The career relevance of the programmes in Home Sciences and the PG Diploma in Nutrition & Dietetics is duly acknowledged.

By way of enrichment courses, the college may do well organizing computer literacy, environmental education, gender issues and others.

Criterion II : Teaching learning and evaluation.
The students are admitted to various courses on the basis of their academic records. The teaching schedule is strictly adhered to. The teaching learning are quite systematic that the examination passes are impressive, with a good number of university ranks. There is a good academic ambience attracting a large number students to the programmes of studies in the college. There is a time-table committee which arranges for judicious use of physical infra-structure. The subject group combinations given to the students are at times constrained by the faculty/infra-structural availability on the campus. The course work is divided into three terms and there is a fairly rigorous mechanism for evaluating the students through house tests and terminal tests. Every student has to clear the house test to become eligible for the University Examination. The extra classes are conducted for needy students in order to make up for the lost classes on account of participation in extra-curricular activities. Encouragement to meritorious students through scholarships, college colour, roll of honour are some of the practices adopted for motivating the brighter students.

The teachers are recruited through the State Public Service Commission and are well qualified. Around two thirds of teachers are either M. Phil and Ph.D.s. Some of the teachers attend seminars and conferences for updating their knowledge and interaction. Encouragement may be given to increase this participation. The college can organize more number of seminars using the available expertise. It is commendable that some of the teachers have been recognized at national and international levels through various honours. Apart from the traditional methods of teaching, teachers be encouraged to use modern techniques viz. slides, transparencies, audio-visual means.

Special workshops for non-science students organized by one of the Science Departments, talent search competition for non-music students are welcome steps; such inter departmental interactions will help in allround development of the students. Organisation of frequent educational fairs and visits will widen the vision of the student. Some of the classes are too over-sized to carryout effective teaching-learning. In order to have better effective interaction between students & teacher, students can be divided into smaller groups and additional posts of teachers may be filled up in order to have an optimal student:teacher ratio.

Criterion III: Research, Consultancy and extension.
About one third of the teachers have secured Ph.D. Other teachers may be encouraged to pursue for M.Phil or Ph.D. It is remarkable that even though there is no provision for research guidance by college teachers, some are engaged in research and publishing regularly. Some teachers are also said to be helping Ph.D. scholars informally. This spirit of research can be encouraged further by encouraging them to submit research proposals to various funding agencies as well as granting them minor research projects from University grants. The University may consider permitting Ph.D. registration to qualified faculty in PG deparments. As research component of the college is very small no consultancy is provided. The college carries out extension activities mainly through N.S.S. The involvement of students in N.C.C. is impressive. Various camps, lectures, exhibitions, cultural programmes, awareness programmes are arranged under extension activities and are found to be fairly consistent.

Criterion IV: Infrastructure and learning resources.
The college has a well–drawn out master plan. It has a total area of 27.5 acres out of which 11,420 sq. yards is constructed area. The college has 7 teaching blocks,
1 administrative block, library, reading hall, hostel and canteen. The sports infra-structure is impressive with good conditioning hall, swimming pool, gymnasium and playfields. The infrastructure is maintained technically by the PWD department. However the college alongwith alumni association and PTA is looking after the upkeep in tidy manner. Financial help is also provided by PTA and alumni association. Recently, two blocks and with 10 class-rooms, reading hall, augmenting of amenities in hostel and some improvement in the sports infrastructure have been provided with the financial support of PTA. Infrastructural facilities are optimally used by spreading the timetable of the college between 9:00 am to 4:00 pm. The facilities of the college are also used by the external agencies for conducting various examinations. Library facilities are extended to alumni and retired teachers. Shooting range in the college is the only one in the town and is used by different colleges and schools. The college campus is very pleasant and impressive having eight lawns, six fountains and several trees. There is a large mango orchard adding beauty to the campus. It is nice to see that reading hall and corridors are decorated with students’ paintings and posters. It should be acknowledged that the Principal takes personal interest and is able to involve the faculty and student community in the upkeep of a clean and green campus.

The library has about 50,000 books, five journals and more than 40 periodicals. There is a pressing need to increase the number of computers and internet facility which would help the students update and widen their knowledge access. Book bank facility started by alumni association in the college is a noteworthy feature; needy students are benefited by these books.

Health services are provided to staff and students by a small health center with a permanent nurse and a visiting doctor. There is a vehicle shed and a small stationery stall managed by the handicapped. The canteen is spacious and well designed. The infrastructure is by and large impressive and its use and maintenance is adequate for the existing programmes. But the college would require more building space for new programmes, renovation of the old building, a more spacious auditorium and a better furnished and a larger library with reference hall. The hostel facilities of the college need to be augmented keeping in view the demand.

Criterion V: Student support & Progression.
The College has been showing good academic results including a number of first classes and university ranks. But the drop out rate is about 40% for various reasons and this needs to be attended to. Quite a good number of P.G. students have passed the UGC NET/SET during the last few years. The College provides financial aid to the needy students as per Government/University rules and also through the funds raised by the Parent-Teacher Association and Alumni Association.

The College has been doing very well in cultural and co-curricular activities winning many prizes at the Inter-zonal and national levels. The College Giddha Dance Team gave a dance performance at Moscow. Similarly in sports also the College has been doing very well winning a good number of medals at inter-varsity/ National levels and some players representing India in International Championships. The initiative and the committed efforts of the faculty of Physical Education merit appreciation.

The College has an Alumni Association which has been working actively, after its revival in 1992, the Golden Jubilee year of the College. The Association provides financial help to needy students. Since prominent positions are held by some alumni in diverse fields, the college may tap this valuable human resource more effectively for the over all development of the institution and its students.

The college provides NCC training in Army Wing and Air Force Wing and a few Cadets have participated in the R.D. parade at Rajpath, New Delhi. The College has also contributed a few commissioned officers to the Indian Army and Air Force.

The admission policy and criteria are made clear to prospective students through the college prospectus. Tutorials are held. The employment and career counseling cells need to be further strengthened.

Criterion VI: Organisation & Management.

A number of committees are formed for smooth functioning of the College. There is a Parent-Teacher Association which looks after the interests of the students and provides not only feedback regarding the functioning of the College but also financial aid to the needy students and for the up-keep and maintenance of the infrastructure.

Feedback Committee, Grievance Redressal Committee & Counseling Cell have been recently constituted to improve the organization and management of the college. The functioning of these committees may be strengthened on a sustained pooling.

Accounts are managed by the College Bursar and they are audited by the auditors of A.G. Punjab. First-Aid is provided to students and staff whenever needed.

Organisational and Management efficiency can be improved by installing intercom system, office automation, internet connection etc. The office staff should be given the required professional training in this respect.

Criterion VII: Healthy Practices.
The peer team has observed the following healthy practices in the college :-

Introduction of the system to get feedback from students, parents, teachers through Feedback Committee, PTA and Departmental Meetings.

The computerization of the college library is under progress.

The college has established national linkages. The students of Nutrition and Dietetics, Functional English, Physical Education, Dance and Music have access to national level institutes like PGI Chandigarh, AIIMS N.Delhi, TTTI Chandigarh, NIS Patiala and North Zonal Cultural Centre.

Civic responsibilities are inculcated by organizing various activities under the aegis of NSS.

Efforts for holistic development of the student personality are by due emphasis on sports, culture, NCC, NSS, extension lectures, workshops and various types of co-curricular activities.

A vocational course in Functional English is doing a good job in promoting among students communication skills.

Parent-Teacher Association (PTA) and alumni association which are working actively are strong points of the college.

Personality and aptitude test is administered to the faculty by the Psychology Department.

Students are involved in the maintenance of the lawns and cleanliness of the college campus.

Various committees have been constituted to discuss and arrive at decisions regarding students and college administration.

Section-C
Over-all Analysis
Commendations
*An allround emphasis on curricular and extra-curricular activities; almost equal thrust on sports and cultural activities, as evident from the distinctions earned by the students, at the state and National levels.

*A fairly wide-ranging subject options/combinations in the select programmes of studies. Courses are offered in 21 subjects in Arts stream.

*PG programmes in Fine Arts, Performing Arts & Home Sciences which are generally of special interest to women students.

*UGC sponsored vocational degree programme in Functional English.

*Fairly good and well-maintained infra-structure, partly at the initiative of community efforts of students and faculty, and partly of PTA & Alumni.

*Substantial resource generation through PTA and other sources, leading to the campus development; for instance, two teaching blocks and renovation of swimming pool, thanks to their initiatives.

*Quite an active Alumni Association; alumni has created a book bank and also a student welfare fund for the benefit of weaker students.

*Book borrowing facility extended to alumni and retired teachers.

*Rigorous teaching-learning and regular coaching through conduct of series of tests.

*Some of the teachers have an impressive record of academic accomplishments (the Principal is a Sahitya Akademi Awardee); some of them are active in NGOs. and professional bodies.

*Computer Certificate programme sponsored by the DPI, Government of Punjab help the campus students learn computer skills.

*Decision making through involvement of teachers in various committees, including time-table committee, feedback committee, grievance redressal committee and others.

Recommendations:
*The College with a good track record for more than six decades, deserves to be considered for autonomous status.

*The Government may arrange to offer programmes in some of the emerging thrust areas in Computer Science, IT, Bio-technology, Microbiology, Bio-chemistry, Electronics, Journalism, Mass Communication etc., besides programmes in basic sciences.

*Shedding of Senior Secondary Classes may enable the faculty to concentrate on degree programmes.

*The teachers may be encouraged and enabled to involve themselves in research projects and research guidance.

*The rich potentials in sports may be fully exploited by further strengthening sports infrastructure.

*The faculty strength may be improved in order to offer newer programmes in the frontier areas of studies; in some of the existing courses, the student:teacher ratio is too high and hence the need for additional faculty and space.

*The administrative staff may be trained in computer applications and steps may be furthered for bringing in office automation.

*Every department needs to be provided with intercom computer and internet facilities.

*Hostel facilities need to be expanded, in view of growing pressure for hostel accommodation.

*The Physical infra-structure particularly in terms of class-rooms and library expansion, deserve to be attended to for expanding the academic activities.

*Alumni Association may be further strengthened in order to ensure active and sustained involvement of the alumni in the college development.

*Career guidance and counseling and placement-cell need to be activated more effectively.

*The subject-oriented extension activities and field experience to be strengthened and integrated with curricula; the rich cultural talents among the students may be harnessed to sensitize community on gender issues.

*Student evaluation of teachers and a formal feedback mechanism on the College programmes from the alumni may be adopted.

The Peer Team in all, is deeply impressed by the campus ambience and developmental efforts of the College community particularly in the context of the usual constraints and challenges faced by a Government College, in a resource-crunch syndrome. The motivation of the faculty, the sense of identity and belongingness on the part of alumni for their alma-mater, the contributions of the PTA for the college development and above all, the inspiring and committed leadership provided by the scholarly Principal would register further and rapid strides, with the necessary support and patronage from the State. The Committee records its appreciation of the good cooperation extended by the various constituents of the college during the visit.



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