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Goswami Ganesh Dutta Sanatan Dharma College, Hariana, Punjab
Goswami Ganesh Dutta Sanatan Dharma College, Hariana, Punjab
Hariana (District Hoshiarpur)
Goswami Ganesh Dutta Sanatan Dharma College, Hariana Punjab is a recognised institute / college. Goswami Ganesh Dutta Sanatan Dharma College, Hariana Punjab is also known as GGD SD College.
Goswami Ganesh Dutta Sanatan Dharma College, Hariana Punjab was established on / in 1973.
Principal of Goswami Ganesh Dutta Sanatan Dharma College, Hariana Punjab is Shri Gurdip Sharma, Dr Bhushan K Sharma.
Goswami Ganesh Dutta Sanatan Dharma College, Hariana Punjab is situated in Hariana of Punjab state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Fax # of Goswami Ganesh Dutta Sanatan Dharma College, Hariana Punjab is 0186-255041.
Mobile No(s) of concerned persons at Goswami Ganesh Dutta Sanatan Dharma College, Hariana Punjab are 94172-64182.
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Website of Goswami Ganesh Dutta Sanatan Dharma College, Hariana Punjab is www.ggdsdchariana.org.
Contact Details of Goswami Ganesh Dutta Sanatan Dharma College, Hariana Punjab are : Telephone: +91-1886-250041, 250018
CoursesBA, B.Sc(CA), PGD(Computer Applications), Diploma inPersonal Mgmt. and Labour Welfare, Vocational (Office Mgmt. and Secretarial Practice), Vocational (Computer Applications),
Goswami Ganesh Dutta Sanatan Dharma College, Hariana Punjab runs course(s) in Degree stream(s).
Goswami Ganesh Dutta Sanatan Dharma College is affiliated with Panjab University, Chandigarh (Chandigarh)
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GOSWAMI GANESH DUTT SANATAN DHARAM COLLEGE HARIANVsMS ANJALI BHAWARA PRINCIPAL SECRETARY TO THE GOV COCP 1508 of 2009 9OandM)IN THE HIGH COURT OF PUNJAB AND HARYANA AT CHANDIGARH
Date of decision: 5.11.2009
Goswami Ganesh Dutt Sanatan Dharam College, Hariana ......Petitioner(s)
Ms. Anjali Bhawara, Principal Secretary to the Govt. of Punjab ......Respondent(s)
HONBLE MR.JUSTICE RAKESH KUMAR GARG
Mr. R.K. Dadwal, Advocate for the petitioner.
Mr. M.C. Berry, Additional Advocate General, Punjab.
Rakesh Kumar Garg, J.(Oral)
CM No.19389-CII of 2009
Application is allowed subject to all just exceptions.
COCP No.1508 of 2009
Learned counsel for the petitioner states that grant-in-aid to the extent of 85% has been released to the petitioner and therefore, he does not wish to press this petition. However, he be given liberty to make a representation to the respondents to release the remaining amount of
With the aforesaid liberty, this petition is ordered to dismissed as not pressed.
(RAKESH KUMAR GARG)
Govt wants fixed time for paddy sowingKeeping in view the falling level of ground water, the state government will soon bring an ordinance regarding sowing of paddy in a fixed period of time.
This was disclosed by minister for agriculture, Punjab, Sucha Singh Langah while talking to media persons at Hariana town, 15 Km. from here this evening. Sucha Singh Langah justified the aforesaid decision and said the above said decision had been taken keeping in view the interests of the farmers of the state.
If the state government did not prepare such a programme, then the lands of the state farmers would become infertile due to lack of water in the coming years.
The minister said the state government has been providing a subsidy of 100 per cent to those persons who were interested in constructing water-tanks for the storage of rain water.
Besides, the state government was also providing a help of Rs 10 lakh to store water in ponds. Replying to a question, Sucha Singh Langah said the state government had stored one lakh tonne more fertilizers for the wheat crop as compared with the previous Congress government.
“The state government has made arrangements of 3.52 lakh tonne seed of wheat crop as compared with 80000 tonne seed last year,” he added. It was the policy of the state government to change the quality of seed of the wheat crop in the coming years so that more quantity and quality of wheat could be produced, he said. Later, the minister presided over the third day session of the four-day Panjab University Zonal Youth and Heritage Festival being held at GGDSD College, Hariana today. He announced a grant of Rs one lakh for the development of the college.
Road construction materials now under private scanThe Punjab government would get the quality of material used in building roads checked not only from officers of the public works department but also from private firms. This was disclosed by minister for PWD (B&R) Parminder Singh Dhindsa, while talking to mediapersons at Hariana today.
The minister said the government had already earmarked Rs 500 crore for widening and strengthening of roads in Punjab. The SAD-BJP government was pro-poor and for the benefit of the state, new schemes would be introduced.
Disclosing the government plans, he said to strengthen the network of canals, a special scheme worth Rs 4,000 crore had been prepared
on which work would be started shortly.
Talking about crops damaged by wild animals in the Kandi area, Dhindsa said the government was serious on the issue and had discussed it at a cabinet meeting. The issue would be sorted out soon.
The PWD minister said the toll plazas on build, operate and transfer (BOT) roads were installed by the Congress government during the fag-end of its regime. “During its eight-month rule, the SAD-BJP government has not brought any road under BOT system,” revealed the minister.
Earlier, Dhindsa presided over the second day session of the Panjab University Zonal Youth and Heritage Festival being held at GGDSD College, Hariana.
PU zonal youth fest kicks offThe four-day Panjab University zonal youth and heritage festival, Hoshiarpur Zone-B, was inaugurated by the transport minister Master Mohan Lal at GGDSD College, Hariana, here today.
The minister announced a grant of Rs 2 lakh for the development of the college. Giving details, college principal Gurdeep Sharma said more than 1000 students of 14 colleges, of Hoshiarpur Zone-B, were participating in 25 different events of
Youth dies in road mishapGurpreet Singh of Naya Nangal (Ropar) was killed on the spot, while his friend Bikramjit Singh of Bagowal (Mukerian) was injured when a private bus rammed into their motorcycle near Radha Soami Satsang Ghar, Hariana, this afternoon. Gurpreet and his friend were students of GGDSD College, Hariana, and were on their way to Dera Bikhowal. After the accident, the bus driver took both to the civil hospital where doctors declared Gurpreet brought dead.
Disappearance case cracked after 11 yearsThe police has solved the case of disappearance of Raman Kumar son of Avinash Chander of Kanungo mohalla of Hariana town of Hoshiarpur district after about 11 years.
Mr R.N. Dhoke, SSP, said last evening on June 8, 1995, Munish Kumar informed the police his brother Raman Kumar (26) who was working as laboratory assistant in the GGDSD College, Hariana and also running scooter repair shop, went from house at 6 a.m. on June 5, 1995, but did not return home till date. He suspected kidnapping of his brother. An FIR (No. 49) under Section 364 of the IPC had been registered in this connection. Search by family members and the police proved futile.
A special team headed by the DSP (R), was constituted to solve the unsolved cases.
During investigation, it emerged Sanjiv Kumar alias Sheeh son of Mohinder Pal, Narinder Singh son of Ravail Singh, both residents of Hariana, who were friendly with Raman Kumar, were main suspects. The police interrogated the duo, who revealed that on June 5, 1995, they along with Raman Kumar, Satpal alias Satta son of Tarsem Singh of Hariana and Mohan Singh alias Mohna son of Bhagat Singh of Bassi Kale Khan consumed liquor at Dhakki Road, Hariana.
Later, they had a quarrel on some dispute with Raman Kumar and they assaulted the latter with a sharp-edged weapon. After killing him, they buried the body in the adjoining choe bed.
The SSP said a case under Sections 302 , 201 and 34 of the IPC had been registered against all of them and Narinder Singh and Sanjiv Kumar had been arrested.
The SSP further said accused Satpal Singh was already in prison in FIR No. 182 of October 20, 2004 under Section 365 of the IPC and in FIR No. 197 of October 15, 2004 under Section 302 and 34 of the IPC registered against him in the Hariana police station. Sanjiv Kumar, Satpal Singh and Mohan Singh had criminal background.
Mohan Singh is at large.
After getting demarcation from the arrested body of Raman Kumar would be recovered, he added.
Youth festival concludesThe four-day Punjab University Zonal Youth and Heritage Festival of Hoshiarpur Zone-B concluded at Khalsa College, Garhdiwala, on Saturday. Mr Rahul Chaba, SDM, Dasuya, presided over the concluding ceremony function and gave away prizes.
Results of various contests are: Folk song: Government College, Hoshiarpur, first and Government Arts and Science College, Talwara, second; kavishri: GTB Khalsa College for Women Dasuya, first and GKSM Government College, Tanda, second; individual first and second prizes were won by Jasvir Kaur of GTB Khalsa College for Women, Dasuya, and Tajinder Singh of Government College, Tanda, respectively.
Vaar/kali singing: SPN College, Mukerian, first and GTB Khalsa College for Women, Dasuya, second; art and craft (phulkari /bagh/dasuti): Sonia of GGDSD College, Hariana, first and Rashim of JCDAV College, Dasuya, second; crochet work/pakhi design/knitting): Amneet Kaur of Saini Bar College for Women, Bulhowal, first and Ranjana of GGDSD College, Hariana, and Ikwinder Kaur of Guru Nanak Khalsa College for Women, Sham Churasi, were second; mehandi designing; Mohanjit of Government College, Hoshiarpur, first and Ramandeep Kaur of GTB Khalsa College for Women, Dasuya, second; poem writing; Priyanka Thakur of Government Arts and Science College, Talwara, first and Amritpal Kaur of SPN College, Mukerian, second; short-story writing: Jagdeep Singh of Government College, Hoshiarpur, first and Paramjit Kaur Saini of SMS Karamjot College for Women, Miani, second.
In essay writing, Harvinder Singh of GGDSD College, Hariana, first and Sonia Thakur of JCDAV College, Dasuya, second; quiz: Government College, Hoshiarpur, first and JCDAV College, Dasuya, second; folk dances: Government College, Hoshiarpur, first and GKSM Government College, Tanda, second; shabad/bhajans: GTB Khalsa College for Women, Dasuya, first and SPN College, Mukerian, second.
In poem recitation, Anite Rani of Government College, Hoshiarpur, first and Priyanka Thakur of Government Art and Science College, Talwara, second; group dance general: Government College, Hoshiarpur, first and JCDAV College, Dasuya, second; bhangra: Government College, Hoshiarpur, first and JCDAV College, Dasuya, second. In one-act play, Khalsa College, Garhdiwala, first and GTB Khalsa College, Dasuya, second; histronic: Harpreet Kaur of GTB Khalsa College, Dasuya, first and Sukhdeep Kaur of SMS Karamjot College, Miani, second.
In mime, Government College, Hoshiarpur, first and Khalsa College, Garhdiwala, second; and mimicry: Gurpreet Singh of JCDAV College, Dasuya, first and Daljeet Kaur of GGDSD College, Hariana, second.
SGGS 26 win kabaddi meetThe local Sri Guru Gobind Singh College, Sector 26, won the Panjab University Inter-Zonal Kabaddi (Men) championship for 2006-07, beating GGDSD College of Hariana by 40-20 at PU campus here yesterday.
The second, third and fourth positins were secured by LLR Government College, Dhudike, GGDSD College, Hariana and BAM Khalsa College, Garhshankar, respectively. LLR college defeated BAM of Garhshankar 40-18.
GHG Khalsa College of Gurusar Sadhar won PU Football (men) championship for 2006-07. The college beat BAM Khalsa College, Garhshankar 2-1.
The other match was held between SGGS Khalsa College, Mahilpur and DAV College, Hoshiarpur was won by former 4-0
GGSC eves win PU relay racesDAV College, Chandigarh, and Guru Gobind Singh College for Women, Chandigarh, won the Panjab University Inter-College Relay races with 50 points each under men’s and women’s category, respectively. The event was held at PU grounds, here, today.
In the men’s category, SGGS College, Chandigarh, SGGS Khalsa College, Mahilpur, and GGDSD College, Hariana, got second, third and fourth positions with 20, 20 and 14 points, respectively.
In women’s group, MCM DAV College for Women, Chandigarh, Panjab University Campus, Chandigarh, and AS College for Women, Khanna, bagged second, third and fourth positions with 26, 12 and 10 points, respectively.
In the event of 5 km walk, Rajwinder Kaur of GGS College for Women, Chandigarh, came first (29:35.24 min) while Navpreet Kaur of Ramgarhia Girls College, Ludhiana, Seema Rani of GNN College, Doraha, came second and third with timing of 31:44.33 and 35:00.13 minutes, respectively.
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