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Doon Valley Institute of Education, Karnal, Haryana


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Doon Valley Institute of Education, Karnal, Haryana
Address:Plot No.- 01, Street no. Sector -17
OUTSIDE JUNDLA GATE
Charao Village
Karnal (District Karnal)
Haryana, India
Pin Code : 132001


Doon Valley Institute of Education, Karnal Haryana is a recognised institute / college. Status: Self-financing Co-Edu. Doon Valley Institute of Education, Karnal Haryana is managed by Society: Doon Valley Trust, Outside Jundla Gate, Karnal. Doon Valley Institute of Education, Karnal Haryana was established on / in 2004 or 2006.


Principal of Doon Valley Institute of Education, Karnal Haryana is Mrs.Kashma Batra, (Mobile 082959-47018), Dr. Om Singh (Mobile 94161-74171).

Doon Valley Institute of Education is situated in Karnal of Haryana state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Karnal comes under Karnal Tehsil, Karnal District.

Fax # of Doon Valley Institute of Education, Karnal Haryana is 0184-2254670.

Mobile No(s) of concerned persons at Doon Valley Institute of Education, Karnal Haryana are Head Office 82959-47018, 8295947001, 9461002324, 94161-74171, 9996360000.

email ID(s) is Doon Valley Institute of Education Karnal Haryana

Website of Doon Valley Institute of Education, Karnal Haryana is http://www.doonvalley.org/DIE/Default.aspx, doonvalley.org.

Chairman : Sh.Naresh Kumar Aggarwal, (Mobile 9416002324).
General Secretary : Sh.Jai Pal Jain, (Mobile 094160-34159, 0184-2260800).

Contact Details of Doon Valley Institute of Education, Karnal Haryana are : Telephone: +91-184-2260800, 2251879, 2270061, 2270063
Head Office
DOON VALLEY INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION
C/O Doon Valley Group of Institutes
Sector - 17, Near Fire Brigade Office,
KARNAL - 132001 (Haryana)



Other colleges of Doon Valley Group of Institutes, Karnal
Doon Valley Institute of Engineering and Technology, Karnal
Doon Valley Institute of Computer Application, Karnal
Doon Valley Institute Of Pharmacy and Medicine, Charao Village
Doon Valley College of Engineering, Karnal


Courses

Number of seats in Doon Valley Institute of Education, Karnal Haryana is 300.
Doon Valley Institute of Education, Karnal Haryana runs course(s) in Education stream(s).
B Ed
M.Ed.

Approval details: Doon Valley Institute of Education is affiliated with Chaudhary Ranbir Singh University (CRSU), Jind (Haryana)

Profile of Doon Valley Institute of Education

DOON VALLEY INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION
Doon Valley, a Charitable Trust, was established in November 2000 under the Society Act, 1869 for the promotion of need-based quality education and training. The Trust is successfully running 4-year Bachelor Degree course in six disciplines of Engineering, 4-year B.Pharmacy programme, B.Ed. programme and post-graduate programme of MCA, MBA, M. Pharmacy and M.Tech. The Trust was established to develop institutions that would improve the quality of life for the public in and around Karnal. The institute is governed by Board of Governors, headed by Shri Naresh Kumar, Chairman, Doon Valley Trust and Directed by Dr. G.S. Sharma, Director, Doon Valley Group of Institutes. The trust makes continuous efforts to provide quality, relevant and cost effective excellent education to help the community. The group had a modest beginning but the quest for excellence is never ending. Since its establishment in 2001, the past nine years have been a memorable journey in fulfilling the mission of establishing the group as an institute, starving towards excellence. Doon Valley Institute of Education was a new addition in the group from August 2004 with the aim to provide a window into the world of teacher education and to be one of the centres of excellence in teacher education based on a blend of modern and traditional values.

Doon Valley Institute of Education strives to impart quality teacher education to cause the holistic development. We focus our attention in a manner that our students should study something not only to make their livelihood better but in a manner that they should be highly humanistic and disciplined in all spheres of life. Fabulous opportunities are provided to students to re-orient themselves in a totally different and constructive style. The aim of our institution is to prepare competent and able teachers who are the source of change and modernization, constantly on the alert for new ideas. Education and educating the youth is the mantra of our esteemed institute. Keeping this mantra in mind, we aim at strengthening the knowledge of pupil teachers by educating them, inculcating self-confidence and making them morally, mentally and vocationally strong and independent thinkers.

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SONIA JAINVsKURUKSHETRA UNIVERSITY KURUKSHETRA AND OTHERS

IN THE HIGH COURT OF PUNJAB AND HARYANA AT CHANDIGARH.

RSA No.2870 of 2009

Date of Decision: 5.10.2009

Sonia Jain ....Appellant
Vs.
Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra and others ....Respondents

CORAM :
HON'BLE MR.JUSTICE RAJIVE BHALLA

Present :
Mr. Vivek Sharma, Advocate for the appellant.
Mr. S.C. Sibal, Sr. Advocate with Mr. V.S. Rana, Advocate for the respondents.

RAJIVE BHALLA, J (Oral)
The appellant challenges the judgements and decrees dated 30.5.2008 and 1.5.2009, passed by the Civil Judge (Junior Division), Kurukshetra and the Additional District Judge, Kurukshetra, dismissing her suit and her appeal.

The appellant filed a suit for declaration that the orders dated 22.2.2006 and 24.2.2006 cancelling her admission be declared null and void. The appellant pleaded that she sat for an entrance examination for the B.Ed course conducted by the M.D. University, Rohtak. She was called for counselling, her documents were appraised by the Admission Committee
and she was granted admission to B.Ed. College of Doon Valley at Karnal.

However, on 17.11.2005, she received a letter from the University cancelling her admission as on the date of admission she was not a graduate and,therefore, ineligible. The appellant replied that as she had completed her graduation during the B.Ed. Course and had been allowed to sit for the B.Ed. Examination, her admission should not be cancelled.

However, vide orders dated 22.2.2006 and 24.2.2006 respectively, her admission was finally cancelled.

In response to the averments in the plaint, the respondents asserted that the University cancelled the appellant's admission, as she had not passed the B.A. Examination and was, therefore, ineligible for admission to the B.Ed. course. On the basis of the pleadings, the learned trial court framed the following issues :-

1. Whether orders dated 22.2.2006 and 24.2.2006 are illegal, void non est against the rule of natural justice ? OPP.

2. If issue No.1 is proved, whether defendants can be restrained from intefering in the studies of the plaintiff ? OPP.

3. Whether the plaintiff has concealed the true and material facts from the court ? OPD.

4. Whether the plaintiff has got no cause of action against the defendants to file the present suit ? OPD.

5. Whether the suit of the plaintiff is bad and is liable to be rejected under Order 7 rule 11 and rule 1 CPC ? OPD.

6. Relief.

After considering the pleadings, the evidence adduced and arguments addressed, the trial court dismissed the suit by holding that as the appellant was ineligible for admission, the fact that she cleared her graduation, during the pendency of the B.Ed. course was irrelevant.

Aggrieved by the aforementioned judgement and decree, the appellant filed an appeal. Vide judgement and decree dated 1.5.2009, the District Judge, Kurukshetra, dismissed the appeal.

Counsel for the appellant submits that the appellant does not deny that on the date of her admission to B.Ed. course, she had not completed her graduation. However, during the B.Ed. course, she sat for and cleared the supplementary examination thereby completing her graduation. It is submitted that as the respondents allowed her admission, permitted her to undergo the course and allowed her to sit for the examination, this court should, in the exercise of its equitable jurisdiction, set aside the orders cancelling her admission.

Counsel for the respondents, however, submits that in matters of admission, it is eligibility and not equity that matters. The appellant was
admittedly ineligible for admission to the B.Ed. course. An error on the part of the admission committee, the college or the university, would not confer any equitable rights upon the appellant to urge that her admission be regularised.

I have heard learned counsel for the parties, perused the impugned judgements and considered the questions of law framed by counsel for the appellant but express my inability to hold that the impugned judgements are in any manner, illegal or raise any substantial question of
law. Admittedly, the appellant was ineligible for admission to the B.Ed.
course. The fact that she subsequently cleared the qualifying examination during the B.Ed. course and thus became eligible would not date back to the date of admission. The doctrine of estoppel does not apply to a case of an admitted ineligibility, particularly when the admission committee, the college and the university had no power to admit the appellant to the B.Ed. course. It is true that she may not have committed a fraud or mislead the respondents but this alone would not entitle the appellant to the exercise of any discretion, based upon equity or to pray that her ineligibility be condoned.

In this view of the matter, as the order cancelling the admission was rightly passed by the respondents, the appeal fails and is dismissed.

(RAJIVE BHALLA)
JUDGE

NCTE appeal order for DOON VALLEY INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION Charao Village

F.No.89 - 94-2010 – Appeal

NATIONAL COUNCIL FOR TEACHER EDUCATION

Hans Bhawan, Wing II, 1, Bahadurshah Zafar Marg, New Delhi - 110 002

O R D E R

WHEREAS the appeal of Doon Valley Institute of Education (Doon Valley Trust), Karnal, Haryana dated 08-02-2010 is against the Order No. F.NRC-NCTE-HR - 409-20096-15591 dated 25-01-2010 of the Northern Regional Committee, withdrawing recognition for conducting B.Ed course on the grounds
1) CLU is not submitted.
2) Building Completion Certificate is not submitted.
3) Land is not in the name of the institution.

AND WHEREAS the Correspondent, Doon Valley Institute of Education (Doon Valley Trust) (hereinafter referred to as the appellant), preferred an appeal dated 09-02-2010 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 Shri. Imtiaz Ahmad, Vice-Chairman and Shri. Naresh Kumar, Chairman, Doon Valley Institute of Education (Doon Valley Trust), Karnal, Haryana presented the case of the appellant institution on 16.3.2010. In the appeal and during personal presentation it was submitted that at the stage of grant of recognition to the appellant firstly for 100 seats on 16.8.2004 and thereafter, for a total of 10 seats on 29.9.2006, NCTE had satisfied itself completely as regard the requirements and parameters under the NCTE Act 1993 and egulations-Guidelines.

It was also submitted that the notice dated 12.8.2004 issued by the District Town Planner, Karnal was declared null and void and not binding on the appellant. It was further submitted that the ground regarding non submission of building completion certificate was not tenable inasmuch as land of the appellant and the building constructed thereupon was within the jurisdiction of the Municipal Committee, Karnal and the necessary permission was duly granted by the competent authority and that the land was in the name of the trust which was running the Doon Valley Institution of Education. During the presentation, the representatives of the institution also submitted that no Show Cause Notice was issued to the institution before withdrawal of recognition of the institution.

AND WHEREAS the Council noted from the order dated 25.01.2010 of the NRC under reference that the institution had requested for grant of approval for merging Doon Vallley College, Chirao, Karnal alongwith its sanctioned intake of 100 seats with Doon Valley College of Education, outside Jundla Gate. The Council also noted from the file that a number of separate institutions in the same name of Doon Valley Institute of Education were being either run at different places in Karnal or the institution had submitted a number of applications for recognition of teacher education courses inasmuch as six files namely, HR-193, HR-253, HR-254, HR-296, HR- 409 and HR-674 were found referred to in a communication issued from the file No. HR- 409 of the NRC. Further, as already stated, no Show Cause Notice was issued to the institution before withdrawing recognition vide NRCs order dated 25.01.2010, which was not in order. Therefore, the Council was of the view that the case should be remanded back to the NRC for issuing show cause notice to the institution and,thereafter taking, appropriate decision.

AND WHEREAS after perusal of documents, memorandum of appeal, affidavit, VT report and after considering oral arguments advanced during the hearing, the Council reached the conclusion that there was adequate ground to remand thecase to NR for issue of show cause notice to the institution and thereafter taking appropriate decision.

NOW THEREFORE, the Council hereby remands back the case of Doon Valley Institute of Education (Doon Valley Trust), Karnal, Haryana to the NRC, NCTE, for necessary action as indicated above.

(S.V.S Chaudhary)
Vice-Chairperson

1. The Chairman, Doon Valley Institute of Education (Doon Valley Trust), Out Side Jundla Gate, District, Karnal - 132001, 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.

DOON VALLEY COLLEGE OF EDUCATION CHIRAO DISTTKA Versus NATIONAL COUNCIL FOR TEACHERS EDUCATION (NORTHERN) Civil Writ Petition No.18095 of 2010

IN THE HIGH COURT OF PUNJAB AND HARYANA AT CHANDIGARH

Doon Valley College of Education, Chirao, Distt.Karnal
Vs.
National Council for Teachers Education (Northern Regional
Committee), Jaipur and another Present:

Mr.Girish Agnihotri, Senior Advocate with
Mr.U.K.Agnihotri, Advocate, for the petitioner.

RANJIT SINGH, J.
The petitioner-Institution was granted recognition for running B.Ed. Course with 100 seats intake. The petitioner-Institution has already transferred the rights,entitlements and other infrastructures to Naraini Educational and Charitable Society. Respondent No.1 has taken a decision to cancel the proposed inspection because of this change. This decision is under challenge before this Court in CWP No.10104 of 2010, which is listed on 6.10.2010. Name of the Institution accordingly has not been included for running B.Ed. Course. The present writ petition is filed by Doon Valley College for inclusion of its name for admission. It is not understood as to how the petitioner-Institution will have now locus to ask for or to file writ for allotment of students. Once the petitioner-Institution has already transferred the rights to another Institution, the same cannot be heard to make a prayer as contained in the writ petition. This seems to be a clever move to get over the issue of transfer of rights etc. Now Naraini Education alone can make prayer and this would mainly depend upon the order passed determining its right in CWP No.10104 of 2010. This
approach is apparently aimed at misleading. Dismissed.

(RANJIT SINGH)
JUDGE

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