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Devki Devi Jain Memorial College for Women, Ludhiana, Punjab
Address:Kidwai Nagar
Ludhiana (District Ludhiana)
Punjab, India



Devki Devi Jain Memorial College for Women, Ludhiana Punjab is a recognised institute / college. Devki Devi Jain Memorial College for Women, Ludhiana Punjab was established on / in 1971.


Principal of Devki Devi Jain Memorial College for Women, Ludhiana Punjab is Mrs Kamla Jain, Singla (Mrs.) Prem, Mrs.Surinder Dua.

Devki Devi Jain Memorial College for Women, Ludhiana Punjab is situated in Ludhiana of Punjab state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Ludhiana comes under Ludhiana Tehsil, Ludhiana District.

Fax # of Devki Devi Jain Memorial College for Women, Ludhiana Punjab is +91-161-2662201.

Mobile No(s) of concerned persons at Devki Devi Jain Memorial College for Women, Ludhiana Punjab are 8146884488.

email ID(s) is Devki Devi Jain Memorial College for Women Ludhiana Punjab

Website of Devki Devi Jain Memorial College for Women, Ludhiana Punjab is www.ddjaincollege.org.in, www.ddjaincollege.com.

Chairman : Sh Rajinder Bhandari, Sh Narinder Kumar Jain.

Contact Details of Devki Devi Jain Memorial College for Women, Ludhiana Punjab are : +91-161-2662201, 2224682, 5017716, 5016556, 5017716


Courses

B.Com, BCA, BBA, M.A(History), M.A(Hindi), BA,


Devki Devi Jain Memorial College for Women, Ludhiana Punjab runs course(s) in Degree stream(s).

Devki Devi Jain Memorial College for Women is affiliated with Panjab University, Chandigarh (Chandigarh)



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Dengue cases in city cross 2000 mark

Dengue furor: Health and Family welfare minister calls urgent meet Share Dengue haunts back, fresh cases revealed Share Dengue cases over 300 in the capital Share Ludhiana: The number of dengue cases in the city has crossed the 2000 mark with 1520 confirmed cases having been reported from DMC hospital itself. Apart from Dayanand Medical College, 400 cases have been reported from CMC, 130 cases from Guru Tej Bahadur Charitable hospital and 190 cases in Medicity.Meanwhile, another patient died of the vector-borne disease on Monday. Mohan Singh, a resident of Hebowal, was under treatment at DMC.

Even the authorities are leaving no stone upturned to curb the menace as now the Health Minister Satpal Gosain has made it mandatory for the school children to wear full sleeve uniforms. The minister on Monday, dispatched a team including the District Homeopathic officers to visit each school and spread awareness about the disease.A team of doctors including Dr Dharamjeet Singh, Dr Anu Bharadwaj, Dr Vikas Sharma, Dr Ratesh Mahajan and Dr Azad Rai visited Sargodha Khalsa Senior Secondary School, Devaki Devi Jain College, Pothohar Senior Secondary School, Sri Ram Model High School, Punjab English School, Oriental Public School, Saint Thomas Senior Secondary School, Chatrana Devi Government Girls School and Krishna Public School to spread awareness. The team also instructed all the principals to make full sleeves uniforms mandatory.

DEVKI DEVI JAIN MEMORIAL COLLEGE FOR WOMEN LUDHIA Vs STATE OF PUNJAB and OTHERS Civil Writ Petition 6507 of 2009

IN THE HIGH COURT OF PUNJAB and HARYANA, CHANDIGARH


Date of Decision: April 30, 2009

Devki Devi Jain Memorial College for Women, Ludhiana .....PETITIONER(S)
VERSUS
State of Punjab and Others .....RESPONDENT(S)

CORAM:
HON'BLE MR. JUSTICE AJAI LAMBA

PRESENT: -
Mr. Sameer Sachdeva, Advocate, for the petitioner.

AJAI LAMBA, J (Oral)
Learned counsel contends that the petitioner is entitled to release of grant-in-aid.

The same, however, is not being released and therefore, the petitioner-College is not in a position to pay the salaries.

In this regard, learned counsel has relied on the decision dated 21.3.2009 of this Court in Civil Writ Petition No.4464 of 2009 titled ‘BLM Girls College, Arya Samaj, Nawanshahr vs. State of Punjab and Others’.

Notice of motion.
Mr. Anil Sharma, Senior Deputy Advocate General, Punjab, on the asking of the Court accepts notice.

Copy of the petition has been handed over.

Learned counsel for the respondents has not been able to dispute that the grant-in-aid is required to be released in terms of judgment relied upon on behalf of the petitioner.

In the case of BLM Girls College, Arya Samaj, Nawanshahr (supra), this Court, while relying on judgment dated 18.12.2007 in C.W.P. No.14340 of 2006, titled `Arya College, Ludhiana Vs. State of Punjab and Others’ and decision dated 24.4.2008 rendered in Civil Writ Petition No.5393 of 2008, titled ‘Ramgaria College of Education, Phagwara vs. State of Punjab and Others’, has held:-

Considering the facts and circumstances of the case; in terms of judgment rendered in Arya College’s
case (supra) and decision rendered in C.W.P. No.5393 of 2008, decided on 24.4.2008, in case titled ‘Ramgaria College of Education, Phagwara vs. State of Punjab and others’, it is directed that the respondents shall pay 85% of the grant-in-aid due to the petitioner within a period of 3 months after clearance of objections by the petitioner. So far as balance 15% of the amount of grant-in-aid is
concerned, the petitioner may submit separate representations to the respondents.

In Ramgaria College of Education, Phagwara (supra), the following has been held by the Division Bench of this Court:-

Learned counsel for the petitioner has placed reliance on the judgments State of Maharashtra versus
Manubhai Pragali Vashi and Others, 1995(5) Supreme Court Cases 730, Government of A.P. and Others
versus G.V.K.Girls High School, 2000(8) Supreme Court Cases 370, and State of Haryana and others
versus Babita Yadav and Others, 2004(13) Supreme Court Cases 734, to contend that the paucity of funds or financial contributions cannot be taken a ground to deny the grant-in-aid to Government recognized private colleges while extending such facility to recognized private colleges by the State.

After hearing the learned counsel for the parties, we are of the considered view that the case of the petitioner is squarely covered by the decision in the State of Maharashtra versus Manubhai Pragali Vashi and Others, Government of A.P. and Others versus G.V.K.Girls High School and State of Haryana and
others versus Babita Yadav and Others (supra). The State Government cannot take up the ground that due to paucity of funds, it is unable to give grant-in-aid to the colleges.

In view of the above, we hold that the respondents shall pay 85% of the grant-in-aid as claimed by the
petitioner within a period of three months, after the clearance of the objections by the petitioner. The
petitioner shall try to clear all the objections raised by the State Government within a period of one month from today. As far as balance 10% of the amount of grant-in-aid case is concerned, the petitioner may submit a separate representation to the respondents. The respondents are also further directed to release the grant-in-aid to the petitioner in future also in time.

In another judgment dated 19.2.2008 rendered by a Division Bench of this Court in Civil Writ
Petition No.3191 of 2007 titled `The Managing Committee, Guru Gobind Singh College, Saghera, Barnala, District Sangrur vs. State of Punjab and Another’, similar view has been taken as in the case of Ramgaria College of Education, Phagwara (supra).

It has been brought out that State of Punjab filed a Special Leave Petition before the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India directed against the judgment rendered in Civil Writ Petition No.3191 of 2007. The Hon’ble Supreme Court of India while dealing with SLP No.15798 of 2008 dismissed the petition on 8.12.2008 by passing the following order:-

Delay condoned.
We find no merit in this petition which is accordingly dismissed. However, two months time is granted to the petitioner State of Punjab to release the amount which is due and payable to the respondent College subject to removal of objections pointed by the High Court in the impugned order.

Considering the facts and circumstances of the case; in terms of judgments to which reference has been made hereinabove, it is directed that the respondents shall pay 85% of the grant-in-aid due to the petitioner within a period of 4 months after clearance of objections by the petitioner. So far as balance 15% of the amount of grant-in-aid due is concerned, the petitioner may submit separate representations to the respondents.

Petition is allowed in the above terms.

(AJAI LAMBA)
JUDGE

Roshini wins 100 mts sprint

Roshini, B.Com (Part I) student finished ahead of others in the 100-m sprint to emerge as the fastest runner in the annual sports and athletics meet of Devki Devi Jain Memorial College for Women, Kidwai Nagar, Ludhiana here today.

Ekta and Anu secured second and third place, respectively.

Balwinder Kaur of B.A. I, who clinched two titles (discus throw and high jump) events besides finishing third in the javelin throw, was named the best athlete.

A large number of students took part in the one-day meet during which competition in regular as well as fun games was held. Prof Rajinder Bhandari, BJP president, Punjab, inaugurated the meet and Hira Singh Gabria gave away prizes to the winners.

Dr Vandana Maini, college principal, along with management committee members and students were present on the occasion.

Results: 200 mts race: Anu 1st; Tripti 2nd and Simran Kaur 3rd; three-legged race- Sonia and Ranjna 1st; Yasmeen and Noorie 2nd, Parvinder and Simran Kaur 3rd; 100 m race- Roshini 1st, Ekta 2nd and Anu 3rd; chati race- Sapna 1st, Ruchi 2nd and Shivani 3rd; 400 m race- Harpreet Kaur 1st, Mehak 2nd and Simran 3rd; discus throw- Balwinder 1st, Tejinder 2nd and Dollma 3rd; rope skipping race- Nisha 1st, Sonia 2nd and Paramjeet 3rd; sack race- Sakshi 1st, Noorie 2nd and Ashmeen 3rd; high jump- Balwinder 1st, Deepika 2nd and Neha 3rd; javelin throw- Anu 1st, Taranumm 2nd and Balwinder 3rd.


Devki college students excel

Students of Devki Devi Jain Memorial College for Women have excelled in MA-I Hindi examination conducted by Panjab University.

Shefali Bansal stood first in the college securing 65.5 per cent marks. She was followed by Priya Bagga with 64.5 per cent marks and Isha Jain with 64 per cent marks.

College president Narinder Kumar Jain, principal Vandana Maini, and Hindi department head Prem Lata Gupta lauded the achievement of the students.

Students of SDP College for Women also performed well in the examination.

Priya Bhasin of the college secured 225 marks out of total 400 to obtain first position in the college.

Deepika Sharma and Anita Goel got 224 and 220 marks, respectively, followed Priya.

The college registered a pass percentage of 92.85 per cent.

President Balraj Bhasin and Principal Dr Geeta Bhandari congratulated the students.



DD Jain College introduces MSc (IT)

Panjab University has granted affiliation for new courses in MSc (IT) and BCA (2nd unit) to Devki Devi Jain Memorial College for women from this year.

According to a press release, now the college has 30 seats in MSc (IT) and 80 seats in BCA.Both the courses are in huge demand and students are standing in a long queue to get the admission form for above courses.

The college has already set up its own software development and research centre to boost software excellence of the students.

Principal Vandana Maini said this research unit would provide complete industrial training and placement assistance to the students by training them in the latest software techniques.


students excel in B.Com (III) exam

Students of B.Com (III) of Satish Chander Dhawan Government College have excelled in the Panjab University annual examination. The aggregate result of the college is 98 per cent.

Vaibhav Sehgal got the first position in the college by securing 80 per cent marks, while Sambhav Jain stood second with 79 per cent marks and Manhar Sood third with 77 per cent marks.

Prof R.K. Miglani, head of the postgraduate department of commerce, said this year 72 students secured first division.

DD Jain College: The Devki Devi Jain Memorial College for Women has achieved good result in B.Com (III) of Panjab University.

Ankita Jain stood first in the college by securing 79 per cent marks, while Rajni Kapoor stood second and Megha Malik stood third with 75 per cent marks.

The pass percentage of the college is 100 per cent and 54 of the 66 students got first position.



Poster making contest

A poster making competition on the topic Female foeticide was organised on the second day of 10 -day NSS camp in Devki Devi Jain Memorial College for Women. Sixty volunteers participated in the competition. Ms Lotika Gupta, programme officer, delivered a lecture on household remedies. In the afternoon session, demonstrations on different topics like fabric painting, glass painting etc were given by some volunteers.


Workshop on nutrition

To direct the interest of new generation towards the age-old art of preserving food in the form of pickles, chutneys, jams, “murrabbas” etc, a five-day workshop began at the Devki Devi Jain Memorial College for Women yesterday. The Home Science Department of the college organised the workshop for BA (final) students.

The five-day certificate programme will enable students to start their own vocation. Some nutritious recipes will also be taught in the workshop.

Mr Anant Ram and Mr Malkit Singh from the Food and Nutrition Board, Department of Women and Child Development, Ministry of Human Resource Development, gave the demonstration to the students. The students took great interest in the programme on the first day of the workshop.

Quiz contest: The National College for Women, Machhiwara, conducted a quiz competition and Antakashri contest in the college here recently. Six teams participated in the contest. Prof Vibha Jain was the quiz master. The team consisting of Paramjit Kaur, Pawandeep Kaur and Sunita Kundra stood first and team consisting Ms Megha Takyar, Janeet Kaur and Ramandeep Kaur stood second.

Dr K K Goel, principal of the college, and Ms Rekha Vadhera, director, addressed the students and encouraged them to come forward to participate in such contests in future. Dr Goel and Ms Vadhera gave away the prizes to the winners.


Dean inaugurates heritage festival

Mr B.D. Budhiraja, Dean, College Development Council, Panjab University, today inaugurated the Panjab University Zonal Heritage Festival, Ludhiana B, at the Devki Devi Jain Memorial College for Women here. The mid-session was graced by Ms Pawan Pandey, wife of Mr Rakesh Pandey, Minister for Science and Technology. Sarabjeet Cheema, a folk singer, was also present on the occasion.


The results are: Vaar singing: MTS College 1; Ramgarhia Girls College 2; and Mata Ganga Khalsa College 3; individual vaar singing: Amandeep Kaur of GN Khalsa College for Women 1; Navneet Kaur of MTS College 2; and Harjeet Kaur of Ramgarhia College, 3; kali singing: KCW 1; Ramgarhia Girls College 2; and MTS College 3; individual kali singing: Bhupinder of KCW 1; Harjeet Kaur of Ramgarhia Girls College 2; and Rajwinder Kaur of MTS College 3; kavishri: Mata Ganga Khalsa College 1; KCW 2; and Ramgarhia Girls College 3; individual kavishri: Gagandeep Kaur of GCW 1; Jaspreet Kaur of KCW 2; Harpreet Kaur of Mata Ganga Khalsa College 3; individual traditional songs: Harpinder Kaur of KCW 1; Rajni of SDP College 2; Ramandeep Kaur of Ramgarhia Girls College 3; craft competition (dasuti embroidery) Reena Khaneja of DDJM College 1; Hardeep Kaur RGC 2; and Sangeeta of DDJM College 3; phulkari: Guru Nanak Girls College 1; Jyoti Arora of DDJM College 2; and Savita of DDJM College 3; knitting: Babbaljeet Kaur of GCW 1; Chetna Gupta of DDJM College 2; and Neha of KCW 3; crochet: Baljinder Kaur of GCW 1; Devinder Kaur of Mata Ganga K. College 2; and Jaswjinder Kaur of GCW 3; and folk instruments: Ravinder Kaur of DD Jain College 1; Jaspreet Kaur of Guru Nanak Girls College 2; and Renu Bala of RGS 3.


Comprehensive programme for vocational education

Chief Parliamentary Secretary, Malkiat Singh Birmi, has informed that the state government has chalked out a comprehensive programme to provide vocational education in colleges so that the students could compete at the international level.

He was addressing students at a prize distribution ceremony on sports day at Devki Devi Jain Memorial Girls College, here today.

He said to provide the world wide knowledge regarding the facilities of higher education available in the universities of different countries to the students, the government will create special infrastructure and put all information on the internet so that they could avail the opportunities of global education.

He further informed that the department of Education would also arrange seminars with a view to give maximum information to the local students regarding the seats available in universities abroad and the services of experts would be availed to give guidance to the students.

The Chief Parliamentary Secretary called upon the management of the educational institutions and voluntary organisations to make concerted efforts to help in providing vocational education to girls belonging to the weaker sections of society.

Mr Birmi announced a grant of Rs 1 lakh for the auditorium of the college and a cash award of Rs 5,000 to Ms Sharda Chadha who was declared best sports girl of the college.


Debate held on Valentines Day

The local unit of the Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) organised a debate on “Celebration of Valentine’s Day is an attack on Indian culture” at Kamla Lohtia Sanatan Dharam College here today.

A team of two students each from seven colleges of the city participated in the debate. Richa of Devki Devi Jain Memorial College for Women won the first prize. The second prize was shared between Vibhuti of Arya College for Women and Shilpi of SDP College for Women. Teamwise, the first trophy went to Arya College for Women. The team of Guru Nanak Khalsa College for Women was declared runner up.

Mr Jagmohan Gupta, president, Sanatan Dharam Sabha, was the chief guest. Principal B.D. Budhiraja presided over the function.


Rallies, talks, slogans . . . for rights

The women cell of the Punjab Bank Employees Federation, Ludhiana unit, today called upon women employers to come forward and play a more active role to strengthen unions in order to fight back the onslaught of privatisation and liberalisation.

Among who spoke were Naresh Gaur, Ashok Awasthi and Praveen Moudgil.

Leaders of the federation deplored the government at the Centre and the state for succumbing to outside pressures. They said women must fight against the neo-colonialist attempts from abroad and the collaborative approach of Indian rich elite.

In a tribute to Indian women, the Life Insurance Corporation of India will launch a multi-benefit money-back plan for women. The plan, “Jeevan Bharti”, will cover specified female diseases and congenital disabilities of infants at no extra cost.

The Senior Divisional Manager, Mr P.K.Rath, said a special feature of the new plan was that the risk cover would continue for three years from the date of first unpaid premium even if only two years’ premium had been paid.

The Ek Jot Welfare Society Ludhiana also celebrated the day at Nehru Siddhant Kendra. More than 500 widows were given woollens and sewing machines. Prominent women, including Bibi Gurdial Kaur Khangura, Ms Suvarsha Kalra, Ms Sushila Gupta, Mr Rajni Bector, Ms Poonam Kathuria, were honoured.

To create awareness about the rights of women, the NSS unit of Devki Devi Jain Memorial College for Women today held a rally in the area adjoining college premises, which was led by the college principal, Ms Kamla Jain.

Under the leadership of Mr Narinder Singh Gujral, Chairman and Managing Director of Punjab and Sind Bank, a function was organised at its Women Entrepreneur branch. Bank members observed a two-minute silence in the memory of Kalpana Chawla.

The Births and Deaths Department celebrated the day and generated awareness among the masses by using vehicles displaying banners throughout the city. Mr Sudershan Kumar Sharma, local Registrar, Births and Deaths Municipal Corporation, highlighted the importance of births and deaths registration and wished to promote the registration of births and deaths.

The district wing of the Women Congress also celebrated the day. Ms Gurkanwal Kaur, president of Punjab Pradesh Congress Committee (Women cell), was the chief guest. Ms Gurkanwal stressed that equal rights be given to the women in the country. She said women should fight for their rights.



Blood donation camp

The NSS unit of Devki Devi Jain Memorial College for Women organised a blood donation camp yesterday. It was inaugurated by Mrs Kamla Jain, Principal of the college. She exhorted the students to imbibe the spirit of patriotism. As many as 32 students donated blood which was collected by a team of Indian Red Cross Society, Ludhiana.

The camp was organised by Prof Narinder Kaur and Prof Antar Jyoti Ghai, NSS Programme Officers.



Hindi Divas celebrated

Punjab and Sind Bank today celebrated Hindi Divas. On this occasion, Mr R.S. Chhatwal, Deputy General Manager of the bank, emphasised to do maximum work in Hindi. He said: “Since our office falls in the ‘B’ region, our target of Hindi work is 90 per cent and we should make full efforts to achieve it”.

Dr Gurmit Singh, Chief Manager, told the gathering that today Hindi was given the official status in the Constitution and ‘we should try to implement the same in letter and spirit’. Mr S.S. Bhatia, an EDP specialist, said all computers were equipped with Hindi software and anyone could make use of Hindi on any computer in the office.

An essay-writing competition was organised. The first prize was given to Mr Paramjit Singh Bewali. The second and third prizes were given to Ms Madhu Gupta and Mr Rajiv Bakshi, respectively.

A separate function was organised by the Postal Department in collaboration with the Government College for Women in the auditorium of the college, where speakers emphasised the need to popularise the use of Hindi.

Similarly, a poetry-recitation competition was organised at the Devki Devi Jain Memorial College for Women. The Hindi Sahitya Parishad has organised the competition. The Registrar, Punjab Technical University, Jalandhar, Mr S.K. Bhatia, was the chief guest, whereas Mr Narinder Kumar Jain, president of the college, presided over it.

Sixteen students participated in the competition. Aditi Gupta bagged the first prize. Rajni, Chetna and Rachna bagged the second and the third prizes, respectively. Mr Bhatia said: “We should use our national language in our daily life”. Mr Kulbhushan Jain, Mr Baldev Chand Jain, Mr Shanti Swaroop Jain, Mr Prem Chand Jain, Mr Sheetal Jain were present, among others.



Bevy of beauties impress

The outgoing students of the Arya College for Women, Devki Devi Jain Memorial College for Women, Ramgarhia Girls’ College, Guru Nanak Khalsa College for Women and Guru Nanak Girls’ College were given farewell parties today.

The function at the Arya College for Women began with a welcome song ‘Satyam shivam sundaram’. Pooja Singla and Pooja Sharma danced to the tune of Punjabi song ‘Amritsar de papad’. A play based on Mughal life was presented by B.Com II students. Nisha performed monoacting. A choreography on the changing styles of love affairs was also staged. Second year girls dressed in sarees, lehngas and designer suits presented a fashion show. Several games were organised for the final year students. Ms Satisha Sharma, Principal, wished the students good luck.

At the Guru Nanak Khalsa College for Women, a choreography titled ‘Dream girl’ was presented showing changing trends in clothes from 1970s till date. Second year girls dressed as Punjabi boys presented dance to the tune of song ‘Gabru’. Over 30 girls from final year vied for the Ms Farewell title. Ms A.K. Bansal, Principal, was present on the occasion.

Several music, dance and drama items were presented during a farewell party held at Guru Nanak Girls’ College. Second year students presented ghazals, a play and a choreography. Punjabi song ‘Charkha’ enthralled the audience. Ms Charanjit Kaur Mahal, Principal, urged students to adhere to their culture and tradition throughout their life.

At the Devki Devi Jain Memorial College for Women, farewell party was held for the students of BA and B.Com. A welcome song was presented, followed by recital of a satirical poem by Shruti. Ms Kamla Jain, officiating principal, wished the students good luck.



College teachers continue agitation

Demanding implementation of the long-pending schemes and release of the 25 arrested teachers, over 800 members of the teaching and non-teaching staff from aided and unaided colleges held a rally for the fourth consecutive day.

The contingent gathered outside Devki Devi Jain Memorial College for Women, Kidwai Nagar, and marched towards the residence of Mr Satpal Gosain, Deputy Speaker, Punjab Vidhan Sabha. The teachers raised slogans against the Punjab Government and Capt Kanwaljit Singh, Finance Minister, Punjab.

Mr Rakesh Pandey, MLA, while addressing the teachers, assured full support to the ongoing agitation. He demanded immediate withdrawal of the case against 25 teachers at Chandigarh. Principal B.D. Budhiraja of Kamla Lohtia Sanatan Dharam College strongly condemned the registration of cases against the 25 members of the Punjab and Chandigarh Teachers Union. He also said that Mr Bhajan Singh and Mr Joginder Azad of the Democratic Teachers’ Front were also being falsely implicated.


9 centres for B.Ed entrance test

Nine city colleges will be hosting B.Ed entrance test to be conducted by Punjabi University on July 1. These include Guru Nanak Khalsa College for Women, Model Town, Guru Nanak Girls’ College, Model Town, Sanatan Dharam Pracharak College, Devki Devi Jain Memorial College for Women, Kidwai Nagar, Government College for Women, Khalsa College for Women, Arya College for Boys, Master Tara Singh Memorial College for Women and SCD Government College.

While the information regarding the exact number of candidates appearing has not yet reached the colleges, the college principals have been told to prepare for accommodating at least 1,000 candidates. Mr V.K. Mehta, Principal, Arya College for Boys, said, ‘‘Earlier we were told that nearly 500 students would be appearing at the college, but now we have been told to arrange for double the number.’’


NCC camp organised

To mark the Harmony Week, a one-day NCC camp was organised at the Devki Devi Jain Memorial College for Women here today.

More than 100 students participated in the camp and 19 of them took part in the paper-reading contest on the topics of Role of women in Indian Society, Communication — a threat to Indian Society, Problem of illiteracy, Need of secularism in India, National integration and Pollution.

Aditi of Class XI stood first, Saloni Walia of BA (I) was declared second and Shivani Katyal of BA (I) third. Ms Sudesh Sharma, Principal, gave away the prizes to the students. All the NCC volunteers took the pledge to strengthen the national unity.





Seminar on graphology

A seminar on graphology and graphotherapy was held at Devki Devi Jain Memorial College for Women, Ludhiana, today. Noted graphologist Prof I.S. Chadha explained how these off-shoots of modern psychology gauge and improve the aptitude and efficiency of students.

He explained how existing techniques of graphology reveal special talents and aptitudes. While graphology reveals talents, graphotherapy improves the talents. Working on almost the same principles as of Freud, Prof Chadha also spoke of psychological processes being affected by psychological changes brought about by graphotherapy. He also explained how a graphologist besides providing guidance for vocational choices can diagnose the problems in the parent-child relationship and teacher-child relationship and even remove the roots of contention and bring about harmony in their life. He called upon teachers to notice the changes in the adolescent growth and spot the real juvenile delinquency and to treat each case separately. All this is possible through the study of graphology which conjures up the subconscious and unconscious which ordinarily cannot be explored.





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