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Ramgarhia College, Phagwara, Punjab


Ramgarhia College, Phagwara, Punjab
Address: Plot / Street / Area
Phagwara (District Kapurthala)
Punjab, India
Pin Code : 144402

Ramgarhia College, Phagwara Punjab is a recognised institute / college.
Principal of Ramgarhia College, Phagwara Punjab is Dr. Manjit Singh (Mobile 981434182, 7888990899).

Ramgarhia College is situated in Phagwara of Punjab state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Mobile No(s) of concerned persons at Ramgarhia College, Phagwara Punjab are 98554-46519.

email ID(s) is Ramgarhia College Phagwara Punjab

Website of Ramgarhia College, Phagwara Punjab is ramgarhiacollege.in.

Contact Details of Ramgarhia College, Phagwara Punjab are : Telephone: +91-1824-260696, 224816
Earlier principals: Dr. PS Tyagi 98554-46519, 98155-34118, Dr. Parshotam Singh (DOB: 01.09.1956)

Staff members:
Prof Paramjit Kaur Noor, HoD, Punjabi Dept
Prof. Parminder Singh, Computer Dept.

Other colleges of Ramgarhia Education Council Group of Institutions, Phagwara
Ramgarhia College of Education, Phagwara
Ramgarhia Institute of Engineering and Technology RIET, Phagwara
Ramgarhia Polytechnic Satnampura, Phagwara
Ramgarhia Institute of Health Sciences And Research, Phagwara
GNBL Ramgarhia College for Women, Phagwara


Ramgarhia College, Phagwara Punjab runs course(s) in Degree stream(s).
Bachelor in Fashion Technology
M.Sc.(Hotel Management & Catering Technology)
Bachelor in Business Administration
Post Graduate Diploma in ComPuter Applications
Master in Animation & Multimedia Technology
M.Sc.(Applied Math)

Approval details: Ramgarhia College is affiliated with Guru Nanak Dev University (GNDU), Amritsar (Punjab)


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Ramgarhia College wins music trophy

Students from more than eight local colleges participated in inter-college music competition at the local DD Jain Memorial College for Women. The programme was a joint venture of the Departments of Vocal and Instrumental Music. Mr Rakesh Pandey, Minister for Printing and Stationery, was the chief guest.

Mr and Mrs Rakesh Pandey were received by Mr Narinder Kumar Jain, president of the managing committee of the college and the Principal, Mrs Kamla Jain. Inderjit Hasanpuri, a lyricist, was the guest of honour. The programme started with the lighting of a traditional lamp by Mr Pandey.

The teams contesting for the DD Jain memorial trophy were in the ghazal singing, folk singing and recital of a ‘dhun’ on the sitar categories. The judges for the competition were Dr Sureshwar Shamra, Dr Manmohan Singh and Mr Ramish Sharma. It was a keenly fought contest. Hassan also enthralled the audience with his composition.

Mr Jain and other members of the managing committee of the college thanked Mr Pandey for sanctioning a grant of Rs 1 lakh for the college.

Following are the results of the competitions: Geet-ghazal category — Arshpreet of Ramgarhia Girls College 1, Monika of Master Tara Singh College for Women 2 and Himani of Khalsa College for Women 3. The consolation prize went to Nidhi of DD Jain College for Women. Folk song — Gulrej Akhtar of Guru Nanak Khalsa College for Women 1, Renu Bala of Ramarhia College for Women 2 and Amarpreet of SCD Government College for Boys 3. The consolation prize went to Simarjit of DD Jain College for Women. Light instrument ‘dhun’ — Babita of Government College for Women 1, Preet Gupta of Khalsa College for Women 2 and Bhagwant Kaur of DD Jain College for Women 3. The consolation prize was won by Harman Kaur of Ramgarhia Girls College. The running trophy was won by Ramgarhia College for Girls.

Womens college holds contests

Master Tara Singh Memorial College for Women organised various inter-college and inter-school competitions yesterday on its premises. The results of the events were declared here today.

In mock conference, MTSM College for Women stood first. In the individual category, Deepshikha of MTSMC for Women came first, Nitin of GGN Khalsa College stood second while Jyotsna of MTSMC came third. The consolation prize was won by Deepak of Kamla Lohtia SD College.

In on the spot programming, Manpreet Kaur and Poonamdeep Kaur of Ramgarhia College for Women came first, Neelam Goyal and Tejwinder Kaur of MTSMC for Women stood second, and Gagan Goyal and Hitesh Sharma of Kamla Lohtia SD College were declared third.

In the model-making competition, MTSM College for Women was first, and Sant Kartar Singh Kamalwale School, Salem Tabri, stood second.

In the advertisement writing contest (inter-college), Nera Arora of Khalsa College, Civil Lines, came first, and Neha Jain of MTSM College for Women came second. In the inter-school competition, Rajni of BVM School came first, and Prince Sharma of Sanatan Vidya Mandir was declared second.

In the embroidery contest (inter-college), Manpreet of Guru Nanak Khalsa College was first, Amarjeet Kaur of Guru Nanak Khalsa College was second and Pawanpreet of Government College for Women came third.

In the inter-school embroidery competition, Nisha of Sargodha School came first and Paramjeet of Government High School came second.

In the inter-college rangoli, Divya of Khalsa College was declared first, Chetna of Ramgarhia College was second, and Gurpreet of Government College was third. The consolation prize was won by Ekta of MTSMC for women. In the inter-school rangoli competition, Sonia of SVM School was first and Manisha of BVM School was second.

In inter-college salad-making competition, Manisha Jain of GCW was first, Neha Ahuja of GCW came second and Salony of Ramgarhia College was declared third. In the inter-school competition, Kavita of SVM School stood first and Deepika of SVM School came second.

In the inter-college pudding competition, Tejinder Kaur of MTSMC for Women won the first prize, Sakshi of Government College for Women came second and Karn Kanchan of MTSMC for Women was third. In the inter-school pudding competition, Isha of SVM School came first.

In collage-making competition, Dalwinderjit Kaur of Ramgarhia College came first, Manpreet Kaur of Mata Ganga Khalsa College, Kottan, came second while Gaganpreet Dhami of Government College for Women was declared third.

In portrait drawing, Varinder of Government College for Women came first, Anu of Khalsa College for Women was second and Pardip Kaur of MTSMC for Women came third. The consolation prize was won by Jaspreet Kaur of Ramgarhia College. Special encouragement prize was won by Ajay of SVM School.

In poetry recitation(inter-college), Amandeep Kaur Dua of Government Girls College came first, Vaishali of MTSMC for Women was second and Jasica Sareen of Arya College for Women came third.

In creative writing contest (intercollege), Pavitarjit Kaur of Khalsa College for Women was first, Malika Goraya of MTSM College for Women came second. In the short story competition, Jagjot Kaur of Government College for Women was first, Ravdeep Garcha of Khalsa College came second.

In essay writing competition, Dipti of MTSMC for Women was declared first and Arjna Nayyar of Ramgarhia Girls College came second.

In the inter-school story writing competition, Sarabjit of SVM School came first. In the essay writing competition, Manjot Kaur of Sargodha Khalsa Girls Senior Secondary School came first.

In vaar singing (inter-college), GGN Khalsa College for Boys came first, Guru Nanak Khalsa College for Women was declared second and MTSMC For Women and Mata Ganga Girls College, Kottan, was declared third. In the inter-school vaar singing competition, Ramgarhia Girls School was declared first.

In the geet (inter-college) competition, Amarpreet of SCD College for Boys came first, Sarabjit Kaur of MTMCM for Women was second, Harpreet Kaur of Khalsa College for Women and Jagjit Kaur of Guru Nanak Khalsa College for Women were declared third. The consolation prize was bagged by Jagpreet Singh of GGN College for Boys.

In the inter-school geet competition, Kumar of BVM Senior Secondary School came first, Magandeep Kaur of Sargodha Khalsa Girls Senior Secondary School was declared second, and Amandeep Kaur of Ramgarhia Girls Senior Secondary School came third.

In folk song category (inter-school), Amit Sharma of SDM Senior Secondary School was first, Karuna of BVM Senior Secondary School came second, and Rimple of Sargodha Senior Secondary School got the third position.The consolation prize was won by Kanwaljit Kaur of Ramgarhia Girls Senior Secondary School.

In the folk song competition (inter-college), Gurwinder Singh of GGN was first, Gurmeet Singh of SCD stood second, and Sarabjit Kaur of MTS College for Women and Harpreet Kaur of Khalsa College for Women shared the third prize. The consolation prize was given to Gulrez Akhtar of GK College for Women.

In the ghazal competition (inter-college), Monica of MTSM College for Women came first, Heemani of KCW came second, and Liza of GK College for Women stood third. The consolation prize was won by Yogesh Sharma of GGNK for Boys.

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.

Ramgarhia College wins quiz contest

The Phagwara branch of Bharat Overseas Bank organised an inter college quiz competition at Guru Nanak College, Sukhchainanan Sahib, Phagwara, on Monday. Ramgarhia College of Engineering and Technology, St Soldier College, Kamla Nehru College for Women, Guru Nanak College, GNBL College, Mohan Lal Uppal DAV College, Ramgarhia College of Education and SN College, Banga, participated in the contest.

According to Mr Pankaj Sharma, Branch Manager of the bank, Ramgarhia College of Engineering and Technology was declared the winner, while Guru Nanak College and Kamla Nehru College secured the second and the third position, respectively. Quizmaster, Mr Rajinder Kumar, an employee of the bank, conducted the quiz.

Mr Baljit Singh Sekhon, Director, Youth Welfare, Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar, was the chief guest. Mr C.B. Gopalkrishanan, Manager Development of the bank, briefed about the activities of the bank. He said, the bank had recently opened a branch in Thailand also. Mr Sharma presented the vote of thanks.

Dhoom at Ramgarhia College

The Department of Computer Science and Applications of Ramgarhia College organised “Phir Dhoom” - a gala fete in the college auditorium here today.

Mr Harcharan Singh Birson from Birson Industries inaugurated the fete. Mr Garry Washington, MD, Addrad Group, Australia, was the chief guest while SDS Panesar and Don Cormick were the guests of honour.

The eminent guests were accorded a cordial welcome by Principal Harmit Kaur.

Various stalls of game shows like throw and pick, khul ja sim sim, tambola, one-minute show, matching number, computer games, etc.were installed.

Ms Harmit Kaur said all arrangements were made by students of the college. She said the event was enjoyed by the students.

Ramgarhia college celebrates Teej

Teej was celebrated at Ramgarhia Girls College, Miller Ganj, here today. To celebrate the occasion, competitions of music, mehndi, hair styling and modelling were organised. The main aim of this function was to recognise the hidden talent of the budding artistes. The function was presided over by Mr Charanjit Singh Dhanjal.

The function started with the lighting of ceremonial lamp by the guest of honour along with Principal Harmit Kaur and members of the managing committee. Principal said she felt happy to see people like Mr Dhanjal, who being an NRI, was deeply attached to his roots and culture.

Mr Dhanjal expressed satisfaction at the young generations’ interests in art and music and said the memories of this day would last for a long time to come. The installation ceremony of the Central Students Association was also performed.

Excellent results

With the declaration of results of MAI (Punjabi) of Panjab University, Chandigarh, Guru Nanak Girls College has once again established its premier position as one of the leading colleges in the city. The college boasts of 100 per cent results. Ms Hardeep Kaur secured the seventh position in the university by securing 279/400 marks. As many as 27 students of the college secured first division.

50 take part in weightlifting championship

More than 50 weightlifters took part in the one-day Punjab Technical University Inter-College Weightlifting Championship held on the Guru Nanak Engineering College campus here today. Dr R.P. Singh Sukerchakia, Principal of the college, inaugurated the meet while Olympian Sandeep Sharma was the chief guest at the prize distribution function.

Results: Below 50 kg: Rahul Bansal of GNDE, Ludhiana 1, Udham Singh of Ramgarhia College, Ludhiana 2 and Vivek Sharma of Ramgarhia College, Phagwara 3; Below 62 kg: Taranjit Singh of GNDR, Ludhiana 1, Satbir Singh of IIET, Bhaddal 2 and Kuwarpal Singh of Ramgarhia College, Phagwara 3; Below 69 kg: Naveen Dutt of Ramgarhia College, Phagwara 1, Bhupinder Singh of GNDE, Ludhiana 2 and Simarjit Singh of GNDE, Ludhiana 3.

Below 77 kg: Damandeep Singh of CEC, Chandigarh 1, Vivek of GNDE, Ludhiana 2 and Gaurav of Ramgarhia College, Phagwara 3; Below 85 kg: Harpreet Singh of GNDE, Ludhiana 1, Rishab of GNDE, Ludhiana 2 and Rupinder Singh of Ramgarhia College 3; Below 94 kg: Bikram Singh of CEC, Chandigarh 1, Gagandeep Singh of Ramgarhia College, Phagwara 2 and Aman Rajput of CEC, Chandigarh 3; Below 105 kg: Manmohan Singh of GNDE, Ludhiana 1, Amandeep Cheema of CEC, Chandigarh 2 and Karanvir Singh of EC, Kharar 3.

Football defender par excellence

Sportsmen are taught to take things in their stride — whether on the playing field or within the confines of their homes. At times they have to bury personal tragedies under growing hopes of an aspiring nation since at stake is not only their team s future but also their nation s honour.

On October 28,1987, the Indian team had lined up for the title clash against Nepal at Calcutta s Salt Lake Stadium for the football final of the SAF Games. Among them was Phagwara s Deepak Kumar, on whose shoulders rested the cannons of the Indian defence. The proceedings were being beamed into Indian homes through Doordarshan. At about the same time, roughly 2000 km away, Deepak s father, Mr Ram Lal Sharma, breathed his last at Phagwara. The loss was irreparable. The task at hand was onerous. The team management dithered over breaking the sad news to the ace defender. After all, the nation s honour was at stake. In the battle that ensued, Deepak, playing as left back, rose head and shoulders above others to smother wave after wave of Nepalese attacks . The 1-0 win fetched India the gold. Deepak Kumar s selection for the best defender award was just reward for the efforts of the Punjab boy in guiding the team s destiny. However, the news about his father s demise ripped his heart but he drew solace from his teachings, that there is no service greater than serving one s motherland.

In a chequered career spanning nearly one-and-a-half decade, Deepak Kumar had carved out a niche for himself in the national team. As a left back, Deepak became one of the finest exponents of the overlapping defender s role, a quality of paramount importance in modern-day football.

Employed as Deputy Manager, Security, with JCT Phagwara, Deepak, who was born on September 21, 1961, fondly remembers his days of struggle and gradual rise. "It was during my school days at Government Higher Secondary School, Hadiabad, in Phagwara that I developed interest in soccer. I participated in the Punjab Inter-District Tournament before joining Ramgarhia College, Phagwara, in 1977." The institution benefited immensely through the untiring efforts of Deepak and it was after 22 years that Ramgarhia College, Phagwara, won the Guru Nanak Dev University inter-college football title and the winning goal was scored by none else than Deepak.

In 1980 Deepak joined Punjab s top outfit JCT Phagwara and remained an active member of the team till 1994. From 1981 to 1992, Deepak represented Punjab in the Santosh Trophy. He was named the captain for the 1987 edition at Calcutta. When Punjab won the Santosh Trophy at Jabalpur in 1985, Deepak again played a major role and was adjudged the best defender. The same year he made his international debut against Bocham XI in the Super Soccer series. In 1986, Deepak represented India in the Nehru Cup at Trivandrum and was also the skipper of India XI in the match against Rest of India at Patna. The following year he played in the SAF Games at Calcutta. In 1988, Deepak represented India in the Nehru Gold Cup at Siliguri and also the Asia Cup at Abu Dhabi.

As a member of the JCT team, Deepak played in almost every major national tournament. From 1980 to 1994, he played in the Durand Cup which his team won in 1983, 1987, and 1992. In the Rovers Cup, Deepak saw his team emerging as joint winners with Mohammedan Sporting in 1983 and two years later he played in the DCM final in New Delhi. Deepak remained captain of JCT Phagwara from 1990 to 1994 but a muscle injury forced him to quit football at the age of 33. Blessed with two sons, Saurav and Gaurav, Deepak hopes to see the latter following in his footsteps.

Veterans like Arun Ghosh reposed tremendous confidence in Deepak as he was considered to be the play-maker. His overlapping role as a defender proved to be a boon for the team on numerous occasions. Some considered him to be a master of the swing on the left flank. No matter what people thought of him; the fact remains — Deepak was a terror for the tormentors and a source of inspiration for the forward line, of JCT and India.

A character builder

With youthful spark in his eyes, he looks like a quintessential messiah. But there’s more to his messianic essence than mere looks. Meet Prof Anil Sharma, a man with a mission: to impart quality education.

Prof Sharma, 60, known for his sharp, critical observations and command over his subject - history, has taught his students many great things.

Accordingly he sought other institutions to follow a path which gives focus on the skills, training and character building.

Prof Sharma (gold medalist), who was recently nominated as Education Officer of GDR Convent School and GDR Day Boarding Public School in Phagwara, is associated with the field of education for the past 35 years.

My journey as a teaching faculty started in 1971 from SPN College, Mukerian, where I worked as professor of history, dean of cultural activities and also officiated as principal of the college and since then there was no looking back for me, said Prof Sharma.

I inherited my teaching skills from my father late Prof Tek Chand Sharma who was also a lecturer with Doaba College, Jalandhar, he said.

He has also imbibed in his family members, including his wife, sister, son and daughter-in-law, all holding key posts in different educational institutions, the spirit to impart quality education to the student community, especially in rural areas.

I remained professor of history and head of history department in Ramgarhia College in Phagwara from 1973 to February 2007. Apart from that I was the member of disciplinary committee and editor of the history section of the college magazine, he said.

At present, he is a member of board of Post Graduate Studies in History and member, faculty of arts and social sciences of GND University, Amritsar.

Beaming with pride, he said that the chairman, president and the general secretary of the Ramgarhia College, Phagwara, were his students.

Apart from them, other students are holding important positions in government and private sector.

I was offered the post of principal of the college but I voluntarily declined and decided to continue as a professor, he said.

These days this legendary teacher is associated with GDR Educational Society and accomplishing his spiritual duties to Shri Om Darbar, Nandachaur Dham. He said he would do his best to get GDR Convent School an affiliation of senior secondary level.

Appejay college wins cricket meet

Apeejay Management College clinched the PTU inter-college cricket tournament for zone-2 organised at Lovely Institutes today.

Sixteen teams participated in the eight-day event. The semifinals were played yesterday in which Ramgarhia College, Phagwara, beat DAV College, Jalandhar, in the first match. In the second match, Apeejay College defeated CT Institute of Pharmacy.

In the final match today, Ramgarhia College scored 103 runs in 20 overs with a loss of eight wickets. However, the Apeejay team scored 106 runs with a loss of four wickets in 14.3 overs.

Jayant of the Apeejay team was declared the man of match as well as man of the series for scoring three half centuries in the tournament.

Meanwhile, the Kanya Maha Vidyalaya handball team has won the first position in Guru Nanak Dev University inter-college matches.

GND varsity releases itinerary

Guru Nanak Dev University has announced the schedule of inter-college competitions in cross-country, best physique, weightlifting and powerlifting for 2007-08.

Kanwaljit Singh, director, sports, said the cross-country race (men and women) and best physique (men) would be organised on December 31 on the university campus.

The best physique (men) event would also be held on the campus. Weightlifting (women) would be held on January 1, and powerlifting (women) on January 2-3 at HMV, Jalandhar. Weightlifting (men ) would be held at Ramgarhia College, Phagwara, on January 4-5 and powerlifting (men) at St Soldier College, Phagwara, on January 6-7.

He said the last date for submitting eligibility proformas and detailed entry proformas was December 24.

Youth festivals schedule

Guru Nanak Dev University approved the schedule of youth festival for the year 2004-05. Earlier, this schedule was discussed at a meeting of the Youth Welfare Advisory Committee here today.

Dr S. P. Singh, Vice-Chancellor, said that the youth festival for men (A zone) and for government colleges would be held on October 9 to 11 and October 20 to 22, respectively, on the university campus, while the B zone would be held from October 26 to 28 on the regional campus, Jalandhar. The women festival for A and B zones will be held from October 14 to 17 at Jalandhar and November 1 to 4 on the university campus here, respectively.

For educational colleges the festival will be held at Ramgarhia College, Phagwara. He said the final inter-zonal youth festival would be held here from November 14 to 17.

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