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GHG Khalsa College, Gurusar Sadhar, Punjab
GHG Khalsa College, Gurusar Sadhar, Punjab
Address:Raikot Ludhiana Road
Gurusar Sadhar (District Ludhiana)
Punjab, IndiaPin Code : 141104
GHG Khalsa College, Gurusar Sadhar Punjab is a recognised institute / college. GHG Khalsa College, Gurusar Sadhar Punjab is managed by Society: Govering Council, G.H.G Khalsa College ,Gurusar Sadhar. GHG Khalsa College, Gurusar Sadhar Punjab was established on / in 1948.
Principal of GHG Khalsa College, Gurusar Sadhar Punjab is Dr Swaranjeet Singh Deol 01624-275227, Dr.V.K Kapoor 98724-51895.
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GHG KHALSA COLLEGEVsKBS SIDHU IAS AND OTHERSIN THE HIGH COURT OF PUNJAB AND HARYANA AT CHANDIGARH
COCP No.1628 of 2009(O and M)
Date of decision: 7.9.2009
GHG Khalsa College ......Petitioner(s)
KBS Sidhu, IAS and others ......Respondent(s)
HON'BLE MR.JUSTICE RAKESH KUMAR GARG
Mr. Sameer Sachdeva, Advocate for the petitioner.
Rakesh Kumar Garg, J.(Oral)
CM No.21223-CII of 2009
Application is allowed subject to all just exceptions.
COCP No.1628 of 2009
The grievance of the petitioner in this case is that despite the directions issued by this Court to release the grant-in-aid due to the petitioner within a period of four months vide order dated 30.4.2009 passed in CWP No.6506 of 2009, the respondents have failed to make the aforesaid payment.
Notice of motion.
At the asking of the Court, Mr. S.S. Sahu, Assistant Advocate General, Punjab, accepts notice on behalf of the respondents. Copy of the petition has been supplied to him.
In COCP No.1224 of 2009, titled Dalip Kumar v. D.K. Goyal, EO, which was decided on 20.7.2009, this Court was assured by the State of Punjab that the directions of this Court shall be complied with in letter and spirit and the undisputed amounts payable to the petitioners wherever directions have been issued, shall be made.
At this stage, without going into the merits of the averments made by the learned counsel for the petitioner and keeping in view the aforesaid assurance given by the State of Punjab, I deem it appropriate to direct the respondents to release the amount of grant in aid which is not in dispute, to the petitioners within two months from the date of receipt of certified copy of this order.
(RAKESH KUMAR GARG)
Khalsa college shuttlers lift trophyGHG Khalsa College of Education, Gurusar Sadhar, emerged champion in the Panjab University Inter-College Badminton (evening and educational colleges) Men Championship held at PU gymnasium hall here today.
The team beat Shree Satya Sai B.Ed College, Karaiwala, Muktsar, by 3-2 in the final.
For the winning team, Tarandeep Singh and Harsh won their singles matches. Tarnadeep beat Deepak 21-15, 21-10 whereas Harsh got the better of Ajay 21-10, 21-11. However, Ajay Kumar of Gurusar Sadhar lost to Manish of Karaiwala 13-21, 21-14, 10-21.
In doubles, duo of Ajay Kumar and Tarandeep remained winners beating Ajaya and Deepak 21-13, 21-7 but the pair of Harsh and Naresh from Gurusar Sadhar lost to duo of Manish and Vipul 18-21, 13-21.
Other results: Semifinals: GHG Khalsa College of Education, Gurusar Sadhar, b BCM College of Education, Ludhiana, 3-1; Shree Satya Sai B.Ed College, Karaiwala, b DM College of Education, Moga, 3-2.
Kamaljit wins teaching aid contestKamaljeet Kaur (Malwa Central College of Education) won the Panjab University, zonal skill-in-teaching and teaching-aid-preparation competition for Zone-B organised at GHG Khalsa College of Education, Gurusar Sudhar (Ludhiana), yesterday. She won the contest in the Teaching of Science category.
Amulpreet Kaur (DM College of Education, Moga) and Kuldeep Kaur (Bhuta College of Education, Ludhiana) were second and third, respectively.
Amandeep Singh (Bhuta College of Education, Ludhiana) won the teaching-aid-preparation contest in another category. The second and third places were bagged, respectively, by Manisha Jam (Malwa Central College of Education) and Suman Sharma (GHG Khalsa College).
Chetna Jethi (Malwa Central College of Education) won the skill in teaching of mathematics contest. Arvinder Kaur (DM College of Education, Moga) and Preetkamal (Bhuta College of Education) were second and third, respectively.
The top three winners in the teaching-aid-preparation of a special category included Silki Maini (Malwa Central College of Education), Sarabjit (Bhuta College of Education) and Ravinder Kumar (AS College of Education, Khanna). The skill-in-teaching of Physical Education contest winners included Radhika (GGS Khalsa College of Education, Kamalpura), Kiran Dhillon (GHG Khalsa College of Education) and Shweta (Malwa Central College). The last contest was won by Kulwant Singh (GHG Khalsa College) Kuldeep Kaur (Satyam College of Education, Moga) and Sukhjinder Singh (Tagore College of Education, Moga).
Khalsa College lift titleGHG Khalsa College of Education, Gurusar Sadhar, won the Panjab University Inter-College Athletics Evening and Education (Men) Championship for the session 2007-08 with 64 points. The meet was held at PU grounds here today.
Department of Evening Studies, PU Campus, Chandigarh, secured second place with 22 points and BCM College of Education, Ludhiana, got third place with 13 points.
Results: 100 m: 1 Sumeet, department of evening studies, PU, Chandigarh, 2 Jaswinder Singh, GHG Khalsa College of Education, Gurusar Sadhar, and 3 Ajay Kumar, GHG Khalsa College of Education, Gurusar Sadhar.
800 m: 1 Sandeep, GHG Khalsa College of Education, Gurusar Sadhar, 2 Gursangat, GHG Khalsa College of Education, Gurusar Sadhar, and 3 Hardeep Lal, department of evening studies, PU, Chandigarh.
Javelin throw: 1 Ajay, GHG Khalsa College of Education, Gurusar Sadhar, 2 Dharminder, BCM College of Education, Ludhiana, and 3 Jatinderpal, Satyam College of Education, Moga.
Quiz contest at GHG KhalsaQuiz masters of the department of commerce and the department of biotechnology were declared winners and runners-up, respectively, in the interdepartmental quiz contest of the GHG Khalsa College, Gurusar Sadhar, organised at Nihang Shamsher Singh Hall of the institute yesterday. The team of the arts department was declared third.
The function was presided over by principal Swaranjeet Singh Deol. Director M.S. Khatra was the chief guest.
According to event convener Gurdev Singh, over 50 students from various departments of the college took part in the annual exercise organised to augment general knowledge of students. The winning team was awarded “Touchstone”, the running trophy, and participants were given individual prizes.
GHG Khalsa College lift football trophyGHG Khalsa College, Gurusar Sadhar, won the Punjab University Inter-College Football(women) Championship for the year 2007-08. The meet held at PU grounds, here today.
SGHRS College (Women), Chabbewal, MCM DAV College for Women, Chandigarh, got second and third positions, respectively.
Results: SGHRS College for Women, Chabbewal, bt Punjab University Campus, Chandigarh 7-0.
GHG Khalsa College, Gurusar Sadhar, bt MCM DAV College for Women, Chandigarh 6-0.
PU forms panel to probe attack on judgesThe Panjab University authorities have constituted a four-member committee to probe the of alleged attack by students and members of the bhangra team of GHG Khalsa College Sudhar on official judges during the zonal youth festival at GNG Khalsa College Narangwal a fortnight ago.
A committee, including the dean student welfare, cultural advisor to vice-chancellor, dean college councillor and Prof D N Johar from the law department, has been constituted to carry out the probe. According to S M Kant, director, Youth Welfare, Panjab University, the committee will summon the parties concerned for submitting evidence in their support.
"Though it is premature to speak on the quantum and nature of the punishment, the authorities believe that stern action should be taken against those who have tarnished the image of the university by assaulting judges," said Kant, adding that the committee would also verify whether students participating in the event were bona fide.
Members of the bhangra team of Sudhar college had allegedly attacked Sukhdev Singh Randhawa, Ajit Singh and Jagbir Singh (judges for the bhangra competition) on October 31. The principal of the host college had lodged complaints with the Dehlon police and the university authorities.
An FIR had also been registered. SHO, Dehlon, Prem Singh, said the police had been raiding the homes of the accused and the college but the suspects had not yet been arrested.
Ten students booked for attacking judgesThe Dehlon police has booked 10 students and members of a bhangra team of GHG Khalsa College, Sudhar, for allegedly damaging property of GNG Khalsa College and assaulting and threatening official judges.
GNG Khalsa College hosted the Diamond Jubilee Youth and Heritage Festival of the Moga-Ferozepur zone of Punjab University.
The suspects had gone on rampage after the judges had adjudged them runners-up and declared DAV College, Jagraon, as winners.
The management of the host college has urged higher authorities of the university, including the vice-chancellor, to debar the erring team from participation in functions for at least three years.
Terming the incident as unfortunate, director, Youth Welfare, Panjab University, S M Kant said stern action would be taken against erring students. “However, it is too early to comment on the quantum of punishment at this stage,” he added. He further maintained that the sanctity and esteem of the university functions would be maintained at all costs.
Amrinder Singh, son of Jaspal Singh, Gurinder Singh, son of Baljinder Singh, Gurminder Singh, son of Surjit Singh, Hakam Singh, son of Surjit Singh, Prabhjit Singh, son of Gurminder Singh, Hardeep Singh, son of Baldev Singh, Jatinder Singh, son of Balwant Singh, Harpreet Singh, son of Ajmer Singh, Gur Ik Jo Singh, son of Pritam Singh, and Navraj Pal Singh, son of Inderjit Singh (all students and members of bhangra team of GHG Khalsa College, Sudhar) were booked under various sections of the IPC for allegedly damaging property of GNG College, Narangwal, and assaulting and threatening certain university officials.
According to a complaint lodged by Hardil Jit Singh Gosal, principal of the host college, “Immediately after coming to know that they had lost the first position to DAV College, Jagraon, they started abusing the judges and went to the extent of assaulting them. Besides tearing posters, they broke flower pots, windowpanes and damaged other property of the college,” Gosal reported to the police in the evening.
Gurpreet Singh Bhullar, SSP, Ludhiana, said, “A case was registered after receiving a written complaint by the principal in the evening.”
PU inter college sportsDepartment of Evening Studies, Panjab University, won the Panjab University Inter-College Basketball (Evening and Education College) Tournament (B Division) for the year 2006-07, beating GHG Khalsa College of Education, Gurusar Sadhar, 47-30 at the PU basketball courts here today.
For the winners, Bhupinder (19) scored the maximum homes followed by Arun Kumar (14) and Om Bahadur (12) while Amandeep (21) was the main scorer for GHG College.
Hockey: In the Panjab University Inter-College Hockey (Evening and Education College) Tournament (B Division) for the year 2006-07 at PU grounds here, Department of Evening Studies beat GHG Khalsa College of Education, Gurusar Sadhar, 2-1 to win the tournament.
Inderjit Singh (39th min) and Mahesh (45th min) netted the goals for PU whereas Tarandeep Singh scored one goal for losers.
College teachers stage dharnaIn response to a call given by the Punjab and Chandigarh College Teachers Union (PCCTU), teachers working in more than 160 non- government colleges of Punjab and Chandigarh staged a dharna in support of their demands.
In a joint statement, Mr R.S. Brar and Dr Jagwant singh, president and general secretary of the PCCTU, respectively, said the posts of employee were sanctioned on the basis of student strength and no posts were sanctioned on the introduction of the 10+2+3 system.
They said each institution was bound by the UGC s minimum standards laid down in 2003 regarding the instructions for first degree and masters degree as these were mandatory under law. With the applications of these norms, there was justification for the release of grant, they said.
Mr R.S Brar said the government should not force them to protest during examinations and should find an early solution. He regretted that the pension scheme promised to them by Capt Amarinder Singh before March 31, 2006, was nowhere in sight and the release of grant to B.Ed colleges was still pending despite an agreement reached with the government at a meeting held on December 8, 2005.
Dr Jagwant Singh said the executive committee of the PCCTU would stage a dharna in Chandigarh on March 27 at GHG Khalsa College, Gursur Sadhar, on April 2 to take a decision regarding the future course of action.
Pooja best athletePooja of MCM DAV College for Women, Sector 36, who scored 37 points, was declared the best athlete while Mohkam Singh of Government College, Muktsar, who scored 13 points, was adjudged best athlete in men’s category during the Panjab University annual inter-college athletics meet, which concluded at PU grounds here today.
MCM DAV College for Women, Chandigarh, bagged the overall championship title in women’s category scoring 55 points. Guru Nanak Girls College, Ludhiana, were placed second with 31 points while SGGS College for Women, Chandigarh, were third with 30 points.
DAV College, Chandigarh, won the overall championship title in men’s category with 86 points. The second place went to SGGS College, Sector 26, Chandigarh, who scored 31 points. GHG Khalsa College, Gurusar Sudhar came third with 18 points.
Warm send off to GHG college PrincipalPrincipal, GHG Khalsa College, Gurusar Sadhar, Harbans Kaur Khattra was given a warm send-off on her superannuation by the college management, staff and students at a function in Nihang Shamsher Singh Hall of the college today.
Distinguished personalities along with faculty of the College of Education and College of Pharmacy were present.
Ms Khattra served the institution for 37 years, first as lecturer in Department of Biological Sciences and then as the Head of the institution.
Governing council president Manjit Singh Gill appreciated the services of Ms Khattra. She was presented with mementoes and roll of honour by the management and various faculties of the GHG Khalsa institutions.
Ms Khattra thanked the college management and staff for their co-operation.
Delay in results leaves students in the lurch, PU authorities misplaced answersheets, allege studentsThough last dates for admission to M Sc classes have expired, some students of B.Sc final examinations, conducted by Panjab University in April this year, were yet to receive results. Tired of shuttling among various offices, these students have sought intervention of the higher authorities in getting their results declared and considered for admission to the higher classes.
A communication addressed to the Governor Punjab, the Vice-Chancellor and the Chief Minister revealed that a number of students of PU, who had appeared in B.Sc final examination conducted in April this year, were yet to receive their result. As such, they could not get admission to the higher classes.
Rajbir Singh, Vikas Goel, Vishal Arora and Amritpal Singh, all students of GHG Khalsa College Gurusar Sudhar, had appeared in the examination in April and the university had declared results on June 6.
“We were shocked to see that our results had been shown as “late” for no fault of ours,” said the students. The university authorities had told them that the award list for math paper had not been received by them; hence their results could not be declared.
The affected students, along with their parents, shuttled among various offices at Chandigarh and Sudhar but to no avail.
“Now when various universities have completed the process for admission to the postgraduate courses and higher classes, we are left on the mercy of the authorities for our future,” explained the students. They apprehended that the university authorities had misplaced their answersheets and were trying to put off the matter till they get some solution to the problem.
“As we have obtained good marks in rest of the papers, we will accept any decision based on our performance in these subjects, but our results must be declared soon. Our candidature for admission to the higher classes should also be considered,” demanded the victims.
Lecture on corruption deliveredThe Department of Political Science, GHG Khalsa College, Gurusar Sadhar organised an extension lecture on the topic “Corruption and Indian politics”. Dr Pirthipal Singh Sohi, senior lecturer, Department of Political Science, Government College, Ludhiana, delivered the lecture. Present on the occasion were Prof. Bawa Singh, former Vice -Chairman Prof. G.S. Mastana, Head, Department of Political Science, Prof. Mrs Surinder Kaur, Department of English, Prof. Rupinder Singh and Prof. Gurmeet Singh Hundal.
Non-teaching staff meeting
As per directions of the Private Colleges Non-teaching Employees Union (Punjab and Chandigarh), a meeting was held at Arya College here yesterday wherein employees demanded merger of 50 per cent of DA with basic pay on a par with their counterparts working in government colleges.
The meeting was addressed by president Raj Kumar Malhotra, Mr Jai Gopal Sharma, Mr Jeevan Kumar Bhardwaj, Mr Thakur Singh, Mr Chander Shekhar Gupta, Mr Dhan Singh, Mr Mohan Singh, Mr Balwant Singh, Mr Jagan Nath, Mr Ram Khillawan and Mr Satish Kumar.
Balkrishans death mournedThe members of governing council, staff and students of G.H.G. Khalsa College, Gurusar Sadhar, expressed their deep sorrow and grief over the demise of Balkrishan Singh, the doyen of Indian hockey, who passed away on December 31. A condolence meeting was held yesterday at the college campus on Saturday and two- minute silence was observed in the memory of the departed soul.
A resolution was passed during the meeting to condole the death of hockey legend. “Balkrishan Singh was the only player in the country to have won gold medal at Olympics, both as a player and as a coach. He was a member of the gold medal winning team in the 1956 Olympics and was the chief coach of the Indian team, which last time won gold in 1980 Olympics in Moscow”, the resolution read.
Balkrishan was invited to Australia in 1965 to train the Australian hockey team. Olympian Balkrishan, Arjuna awardee, was not only a great hockey player but also an accomplished athlete, a keen golfer and the finest hockey coach ever produced by India.
In 1949, he set a new record in triple jump event of Panjab University and All-India Inter-varsity Athletics Championship in Bangalore.
After retiring from active hockey, he joined NIS, Patiala, and in 1992 took up his last assignment as the national coach of the Indian hockey team in Barcelona Olympic games. He was the pioneer to introduce the concept of ‘Total Hockey’.
A majority of the NIS trained hockey coaches, working in the country, have been his students.
Balkrishan Singh was closely associated with GHG Khalsa Colleges, Gurusar Sadhar, and had contributed immensely, particularly in the field of sports.
Present on the occasion was a galaxy of veteran athletes and sports persons, including Col Jaswant Singh and Mr Avtar Singh Ghuman, hockey olympians, Principal Manjit Singh Khattra and Principal Sarwan Singh Dhudike, educationists and sports promoters, Prof Bawa Singh, former Vice-Chairman, National Commission for Minorities and Mr Hardial Singh Gill, Vice-President, Governing Council, GHG Khalsa Colleges, Gurusar Sadhar.
Khalsa College eves emerge champsThe football team of GHG Khalsa College, Gurusar Sadhar, near here, has proved its supremacy by winning the Panjab University Inter-College Women Football Championship held at the college ground recently. Players of the college came out triumphant without facing any tough challenge during the tournament. They exhibited their domination as no team was able to score a single goal against the college teams.
The football team of the college in its first match thrashed the defending champions MCM DAV College, Chandigarh, 4-0 following with an overwhelming victory of 8-0 over Guru Har Rai Khalsa College, Chabbewal, and in the last encounter defeated SGGS Khalsa College, Mahilpur 3-0.
The tournament was conducted on the league basis. The second place was secured by MCM DAV College, Chandigarh.
College staff rally around PrincipalThe governing council of GHG Khalsa College, Gurusar Sudhar, has expressed anguish over the frequent press statements being issued by Mr Balwant Singh, junior assistant clerk, against Mr Manjit Singh Khatra, director of the college. The matter is under consideration of the High Court.
A resolution passed by members of the teaching staff says: “We, members of (teaching and non-teaching) the managing committee of GHG Khalsa College, Gurusar Sadhar, district Ludhiana, hereby, express full faith in the integrity and dedication of Mr Manjit Singh Khattra, Director, GHG Khalsa College, who has rendered long, meritorious and invaluable services, leading to the upliftment of the institution to its present glorious status.
Khalsa college staff back KhatraThe governing council, teaching and non-teaching staff of GHG Khalsa College, Gurusar Sadhar, Ludhiana, through unanimously passed resolutions condemned the “false” and “fabricated” statements being made by Mr Balwant Singh, office clerk, against Mr Manjit Singh Khatra, Director of the college.
The management said, “by his complaint, Mr Balwant Singh has tried to pressurise the management to harass Mr Khatra”. It pointed out that Mr Khatra had rendered long and meritorious services to the institution with honesty and integrity.
One of the resolutions said, “We, the members of the teaching and the non-teaching staff and the managing committee of GHG Khalsa College, Gurusar Sadhar, Ludhiana, hereby express our full faith in the integrity and dedication of Mr Manjit Singh Khatra, who has rendered invaluable services leading to the uplift of the institution to its present status”.
Another resolution passed by the Scheduled Caste employees also supported Mr Khatra saying, “we, the employees belonging to the Scheduled Caste community of GHG Khalsa College of Pharmacy, Gurusar Sadhar, Ludhiana, hereby declare that we are fully satisfied with the working conditions being provided in this institution”.
Lecture on personality development at Khalsa collegeAn extension lecture on personality development was delivered at GHG Khalsa College for Education, Gurusar Sadhar by Ms Jasmine of Bombay University. Dr H.S.Brar formally welcomed the guest and introduced the topic to the students. Ms Jasmine tried to focus on the theoretical aspects of personality through games. She motivated the students to know their capacities, set their mind and to be optimistic in their thought process. On the whole, it was a healthy interactive session.
In the end, the Principal, Dr J.S. Brar, thanked the guest.
GHG college comes third in youth festGHG Khalsa College has bagged the first eight positions in the Panjab University Zonal Youth Festival (Colleges of Education, zone B) held at DAV College, Abohar, last week. The Principal, Mr J.S. Brar, of GHG Khalsa College in a press note issued here today mentioned that his teams had won the first position in competitions like ghazal singing, classical music (vocal), instrumental music, landscape-painting, cartoon-making, clay-modelling, histrionics and gidda.
Three students got the second position in geet, still life and debate competitions. One student was adjudged third in group singing. Two students scored the third place in landscape and poster-making. The bhangra team of the college came third.
The college bagged the overall third position in the Festival.
Mr Brar congratulated the winners and participants.
Meanwhile, the results of the different cultural events in zone A are:
Gidda: Khalsa College for Women 1, SDP College for Women 2 and Government College for Women 3.
Individual prize: Maniderjit Kaur of the Government College for Women 1, Sukhbir Kaur of Khalsa College for Women 2 and Shivneet of Guru Nanak Khalsa College for Women 3.
Dhudike bags PU kabaddi titleThe LLR Government College of Dhudike has bagged the Panjab University Inter-college Men’s Kabaddi (Punjab style) Championship. Malwa College Bondli of Samrala, the GGD SD College of Hariana (Hoshiarpur) and the GHG Khalsa College of Sadhar got second, third and fourth places respectively.
Meanwhile, in the Panjab University Inter-college Inter-zonal Football (men’s) Tournament being played here. The DAV College of Hoshiarpur beat the GHG Khalsa College of Gurusar Sadhar, 4-1, with the half-time score reading 3-0. In another tie, the SGGS Khalsa College of Mahilpur defeated Government College of Sector 11 in Chandigarh, 7-0, with the halftime score being 3-0.
Tomorrow, DAV Hoshiarpur will face GCG-11, while the SGGS Khalsa College of Mahilpur will clash with the GHG Khalsa College of Gurusar Sadhar.
PU youth festival beginsThe Punjab University Zonal Youth Festival, Ludhiana Zone-C, started at the Guru Gobind Singh Khalsa College for Women, Kamalpura, here today. The patron of the college, Ms Pritam Kaur Hansra, inaugurated the festival by lighting a lamp. Mr Mukhwinder Singh Chhina, SSP, Jagraon, and the Director, Mr Manjit Singh Khattra, welcomed the chief guest and guests. Mr Vakil Singh Bassi, Mr Bahadur Singh and other members of the college governing council were present, among others.
Today shabad, group singing, ‘vaar’ singing, group dance and fine arts item were held. The following is the results.
Shabad/ bhajan: SGG Janta Girls College Raikot (1), GGS Khalsa College for Women, Kamalpura, (2) and Khalsa College for Women Sidhwan Khurd, (3); individual: Priyanka Joshi of SGG Janta Girls College, Raikot, (1), Gagandeep Kaur of GGC Khalsa College, Kamalpura, (2) and Dhanwant Singh of GHG Khalsa College, Gurusar Sudhar, (3); group singing: GHG Khalsa College, Gurusar Sudhar, (1), Khalsa College for Women, Sidhwan Khurd, (2), and GGS Khalsa College for Women, Kamalpura, (3); individual: Veerpal Kaur of KCW, Sidhwan Khurd, (1), Anudeep Kaur of GHG Khalsa College, Gurusar Sudhar, (2), and Vishab Bharti of LRDAV College, Jagraon, (3); ‘vaar’ singing: SGGJ Girls College, Raikot, (1), LRDAV College, Jagraon, (2), and GGS Khalsa College for Women, Kamalpura, (3); individual: Karamjit Kaur of KCW, Sidhwan Khurd, (1), Kulwinder Kaur of SGGJG College, Raikot, (2), and Karamjit Kaur of GHG Khalsa College, Gurusar Sudhar, (3); drawing from life: Harjit Singh of GHG Khalsa College, Gurusar Sudhar, (1), Harinder Singh of GHG Khalsa College, Gurusar Sudhar, (2), and Mukhminder Kaur of KCW, Sidhwan Khurd, (3); clay modelling: Ravinder Kaur of Government College of Secondary Education and Research, Jagraon, (1), Kamaljit Kaur of Government College of Secondary Education and Research, Jagraon, (2) and Manjinder Kaur of GGS Khalsa College for Women, Kamalpura, (3).
Landscape: Kalpna of GHG Khalsa College, Gurusar Sudhar, (1), Monika Malhotra of LRDV College, Jagraon, (2), and Chinu Gupta of LRDAV, Jagraon, (3); still life: Mandip Singh of GTB National, Dakha, (1), Pawandeep Kaur of KCW, Sidhwan Khurd, (2), and Ravinder Singh of Government College, Karamsar, (3); cartooning: Bhupinder Singh of Government College of Secondary Education and Research, Jagraon, (1), Gagandeep Kaur Ghuman of Government College of SEcondary Education and Research Jagraon, (2), and Honey Kumar of GTB National College, Dakha, (3); collage making: Isha Verma of LRDAV College, Jagraon, (1), Neetakshi of GHG Khalsa College, Gurusar Sudhar, (2), and Malika Verma of LRDAV College, Jagraon, (3); rangoli: Anu Verma of SGG Janta Girls College, Raikot, (1), Silky Jindal of LRDAV College, Jagraon, (2), and Amandeep Kaur of KCW, Sidhwan Khurd, (3); poster making: Amandeep Kaur of GHG Khalsa College, Gurusar Sudhar, (1); and group dance: Government College, Karamsar, (1), GHG Khalsa College, Gurusar Sudhar, (2), and Khalsa College for Women, Sidhwan Khurd, (3); individual: Gurdip Kaur of GHG College, Gurusar Sudhar, (1), Sarbjit Singh of LRDAV College, Jagraon, (2), and Gurpreet Singh of Government College, Karamsar, (3).
Mobile library from Delhi in city collegeA mobile library of the Punjabi Sahit Sabha, New Delhi, arrived on the campus of the GHG Khalsa College of Education, Gurusar Sadhar (Ludhiana), under the guidance of story writer Attarjeet Singh. Dr Jagjit Singh Brar, Principal of the college, requested him to share his views with the students.
He encouraged the would-be teachers to pay greatest regard to Punjabi culture and literature. He spoke against exposure of girls on stage and as labels on goods. He also condemned the role of media in “spoiling” cultural values.
NAAC picks 14 city colleges for accreditationAfter academic and administrative auditing, the National Accreditation and Assessment Council (NAAC), of New Delhi has selected 14 city colleges for accreditation.
The principals of these colleges have now been invited to attend an orientation programme to be held in Panjab University on April 22 and 23. The principals will be told about ways of raising the standards of their institutions.
Mr P.S. Jaswal of the Department of Laws in Panjab University and the chairman of the inspection team that visited all colleges of the district last month, said 80 colleges of Punjab had been selected for accreditation, including 40 of Panjab University and 20 each of Punjabi University and Guru Nanak Dev University.
He said the orientation programme would be conducted jointly by the Government of Punjab, the UGC and Panjab University. He said the colleges selected from Ludhiana district included Ramgarhia Girls’ College, the GGN Khalsa College, the Khalsa College for Women, the Government College for Women, the SCD Government College, Kamla Lohtia Sanatan Dharam College, the SDP College for Women, the Master Tara Singh Memorial College for Women, the Partap College of Education, the AS College at Khanna and GHG Khalsa College at Gurusar Sudhar.
Mr Jaswal said the inspection team had found that all these colleges had satisfactory infrastructure as per the standards of NAAC. He said, it was mandatory for all colleges to apply for accreditation and get it done by the end of 2003. He said that the remaining colleges of the district had been told to improve their standards. On its four day-tour in the mid-March, the inspection team had assessed different activities of these colleges like writing for journals, participation in conferences, holding of seminars and extension lectures. It checked for facilities like laboratories and libraries. It interacted with principals, staff and students of each college to assess the utilisation of the UGC grants for the Ninth Plan.
The other members of the team were Prof S.S. Johl, Prof V.K. Mahajan and Prof K.K. Kohli of Panjab University and the local PU senators like Prof Satish Sharma, Ms Harmit Kaur and Prof Mukesh Arora.
On March 30, Ms Nisha Sarda, DPI (Colleges), had said here that, in the inspection, those colleges that would secure at least 55 per cent marks would be given the accreditation.
Beant, Sarbjit best studentsGHG Khalsa College, Gurusar Sadhar, today organised its annual prize distribution function at Nihang Shamsher Singh Hall of the college. Prof Ramesh Kapoor, Dean, College Development Council, Panjab University, Chandigarh, was the chief guest. The Principal of the college, Dr J.S. Cheema, presented the annual report and enumerated various achievements of the students in the fields of academics, sports, and cultural and socio-religious activities.
Beant Kaur of BA III and Sarbjit Kaur of BSc III were jointly declared best students of the year. Prof Ramesh Kapoor gave away prizes and praised the work done by the students and college. Mr Manjit Singh Khattra, honorary director, expressed the vote of thanks. The college bhangra and gidha teams enthralled those present.
GCG 11 bag kho kho titleThe Government College for Girls, Sector 11, Chandigarh, today bagged the Panjab University Inter-College kho-kho (women) Tournament here on the PU campus grounds. Guru Gobind Singh College for Women, Chandigarh, got second position while MCM DAV College for Women, Sector 36, and GHG Khalsa College, Gurusar Sudhar, secured third and fourth positions, respectively.
The results for the remaining league matches played today are: Government College for Girls, Sector 11 beat GHG Khalsa College, Gurusar Sudhar 21-0 (one innings and 21 points) and GGS College for Women, Chandigarh, defeated MCM DAV College for Women, Sector 36, Chandigarh, at 7-5, thus by an innings and two points.
In the Panjab University Inter-college Zonal Kho-Kho Tournament played here, Government College, Fazilka, defeated GGD SD College, Hariana (Hoshiarpur), by five points.
GHG Khalsa trounce GTB collegeIn a one-sided affair, GHG Khalsa College, Gurusar Sadhar, defeated GTB National College, Dakha 11-0 in the final of the Panjab University Zonal Women’s Football Championship played at Sardara Singh Sports Complex of GHG Khalsa College. Manjit Kaur and Sukhjit Kaur scored 4 goals each, while Harkamaljot found the target twice and Baljit scored one goal.
With this title win, GHG Khalsa College have qualified for the Panjab University Inter-Zonal Women Football Championship scheduled to start from November 19 on Panjab University Campus football ground at Chandigarh. Principal Manjit Singh Khattra has congratulated college women football team on its outstanding performance. It may be mentioned here that GHG Khalsa College, Gurusar Sudhar established a Women Football Academy last year for the promotion of women’s football in this rural area of Punjab.
Rukshar to leadForward Zehra Rukshar of Delhi Jal Board will lead a 20-member Delhi team in the ninth Senior National Women’s Football Championship to be held at the GHG Khalsa College ground, Gurusar Sardhar, Ludhiana, from tomorrow. Anita Sharma of Janki Devi College will be the vice-captain.
The team: Chetna Anand and Ruma Khandelwal (goalkeepers), Dhanmeet Kaur, Sarita Khatri, Rehna Parveen, Sonia Gaur, Anju Gosian, Urmila Jayant, Meenakshi Gaur and Deepti Singh (defenders), Anita Sharma, Sunita Prasad, Sangeeta Madan, Mukesh Kumari and Bhavana (goalkeepers), Zehra Rushkar, Deepti Sharma, Sujata Dhampurkar, Amarjeet Kaur and Neelam Sharma (forwards), Pooja and Sajjan Kaur (stand-byes). N.K. Bhatia will be the manager, Mrs Shanti Bhatia the assistant manager and Rajan the coach.
Academic scenario in the cityTHE academia of the city is worth taking notice of. It is difficult to count the names of the colleges here on the fingers of both hands. Another round is necessitated. Like the ancient Greek city of Athens, Ludhiana cannot boast of a Plato or an Aristotle. Still the academies here are no less renowned than the proverbial Greek academy. The subjects taught in the colleges are mind-boggling as the bug of IT (information technology) has bitten almost all institutions. Now there is no end as every end has a new beginning.
At the postgraduate level, the colleges in the city are vying with one another in a mood of healthy competition. Nearly two decades ago when I joined the local Government College on my transfer from Kapurthala, it was the only co-educational institution in the city where English was taught at the postgraduate level. On their part, Guru Nanak Khalsa College for Women (Gujjarkhan campus) and SDP College for Girls (Daresi Ground) were meeting the needs of only the girls for gaining postgraduate degrees in English literature.
Now there is a heartening news that GGN Khalsa College has started co-educational classes of MA English from the current session. Earlier, the boys who could not get admission here used to go to GHG Khalsa College, Gurusar, Gurusar Sadhar for their M.A. English degrees. This college where I happened to be for five years from 1987 in 1992 is indeed an oasis in a desert. In its own unobtrusive way, GHG Khalsa College is a passport to foreign lands. Moreover, postgraduation in English has always been the realisation of a dream for many a student. Paradoxically, the knowledge of English has been gaining considerable importance in the academic world in the recent years.
Chaucer believed in “the more, the merrier.” So does GGN Khalsa College, Ludhiana. I wanted to know from Principal Kuldip Singh as to why such a decision, though welcome, has been taken at this stage. Is it because he has soft corner in his heart for this subject as he himself is professor of English “Not exactly, to be honest. It is in fact the result of the pressure of the present times. English is almost an Indian language now. The Indian English literature has created ripples in the still waters of the literature in the Indianian languages. Above all, we have a very competent staff for teaching postgraduate classes and the candidates have also given us a good response.”
Teaching English to postgraduate classes, as I know, is quite thrilling. But the primary need is of good students, otherwise the teacher cannot give his best to the class. What has Prof. T.S. Anand, the coordinator, to say on this issue “We have admitted such candidates as are genuinely interested in the study of this subject. Still for whetting their interest, we shall form selective groups of 10 students each to help them make up their deficiencies. In the case of science graduates, we shall hold weekly seminars wherein indepth study of the various aspects of literature would be undertaken. Our emphasis would be to enable our students to articulate their viewpoints without any inhibition.”
There are more than a dozen colleges in Ludhiana where education is being imparted at the postgraduate level in a number of disciplines. In some colleges, such as Govt. College (Boys) and Khalsa College for Women (Civil Lines) five to seven subjects are being taught for the degrees of MA, MSc. and M.Com. Still there are some other courses of study, such as MBA, public administration, sociology and law, which the local colleges have not been able to introduce for lack of means. Research work after postgraduation is non-existent in this megacity.
In view of this academic scenario, there is need for the establishment of University Regional Centre in Ludhiana which would also meet the academic demands of the towns on the periphery of this city. Moreover, this step would rejuvenate the Panjab University Extension Library, which at present is starving for lack of funds.
NAAC report of GHG Khalsa CollegeSection â€“ I: INTRODUCTION
G.H.G. Khalsa College, Gurusar Sadhar, situated in sylvan surroundings in a rural background about 30 Kilometers from Ludhiana, was established in the year 1948 with the sole objective of serving the village community through dissemination of quality education. The philanthropic landlords with social orientation donated big chunks of land and huge buildings started coming up in phases. The college shifted to its present location in the year 1960. The progress of the college over last 55 years has been phenomenal.
Affiliated with Panjab University, Chandigarh the college has a student population of 2230 including 750 girls and 190 at the post-graduate level. It is a multi-faculty college with Science, Commerce and Humanities at the undergraduate level and M.A. (English), M.Sc. (IT) & P.G.D.C.A. at the Post Graduate level. Besides, the college has established a linkage with Consumer Electronics (Punjab) Limited (Govt. of Punjab undertaking) for job oriented courses, particularly for the disadvantaged sections of the society. The college has sprawling playgrounds. Football ground, in particular is of international standard attached with stadia constructed with financial assistance from S. Sardara Singh Sidhu now settled in Canada and who had the privilege of being a member of the faculty in the Dept. of Physical Education earlier. The college caters to other sport and has produced outstanding sports persons at regional, national and international level including those who played in Asian games and also represented India in the Olympic Competitions.
The college has done remarkably well in extra curricular activities. Many students of the college have come up particularly in Folk Dances like Bhangra and Gidha bagged first and second position and won coveted prizes.
The NAAC Team consisting of Dr. K.L Johar (Former Vice-Chancellor, GJU Hissar) as Chaipman, Dr. Ancy Jose, Principal N.K. College, Mumbai, Prof. S. K Dhawan, Joint Director (Retd.) Education, Himachal Pradesh as members and Dr. Latha Pallai, Advisor NAAC, Bangalore as co-ordinator visited G.H.G. Khalsa College, Gurusar Sadhar on 14th & 15th October 2003. The team was welcomed by Mr. Manjit Singh Gill, President, Governing Council, Mr. Manjit Singh Khattra, Director, G.H.G. Khalsa Colleges, Dr. J.S. Cheema, Principal of the college and Prof. Bawa Singh, Co-ordinator, Steering Committee NAAC.
The NAAC Team visited the various departments, looked into the infrastructural facilities, went around and had a close look at the various support services like hostels, canteen, library, computer center, playgrounds, conditioning set, Non-Resident Student Center, Common Rooms for Boys & Girls. The NAAC Team also interacted with the students, members of the teaching and non-teaching staff, the Principal, the members of the Governing Body and the old students of the college.
Section â€“ II: Criterion-wise Analysis
Criterion â€“ I : Curricular Aspects
Since its inception the college has been trying to realize its objectives of providing equal opportunities to the rural folk specially the poor by providing education. The courses of study are prescribed by Panjab University Chandigarh. The college does not have any say in the formulation of the courses. However, at times the members of the staff participate in the meetings of the board of studies, the faculty and the academic council and raise their voice for the inclusion of a particular component in the syllabi. But on an interaction with the teachers, it was found that they, by and large, are satisfied with the contents of courses of reading. It is a happy and healthy sign that the college has introduced some academic programmes under the self-financing scheme. These courses include B.C.A., M.Sc. (IT) & P.G.D.C.A., which has contributed to a certain extent towards resource mobilization. The college is also running some parallel utility oriented course like Certificate, Diploma and Advanced Diploma in Computer Applications. It is also running a vocational course in Computer Applications initiated with U.G.C. assistance. It is also running a course on Medical Transcription in collaboration with Consumer Electronics (Punjab) Limited (a Punjab Govt. Undertaking). The college has undergone an academic check conducted by Panjab University.
Criterion â€“ II: Teaching Learning and Evaluation
The NAAC team found that much ahead of the commencement of academic session the college advertises in the press regarding admission to various academic programmes. The college brings out a prospectus with details regarding the dates of admission, minimum qualification and the fee structure. This makes the whole system of admission very transparent. To make the system fault-free, the system of admission is computerized. The admission is strictly in consonance with the guidelines issued by the affiliating university.
As far as possible the number of student in a section does not exceed 80. However, it was seen in exceptional cases it goes beyond that limit and the management makes all possible efforts to rectify the problem at the earliest. The teachers seem to be deeply involved in the process of learning and teaching. They unitizes the syllabi right in the beginning. An effort, though not adequate is made to bring weak students to a level where they can pass in the university examination. Although primarily the teacher use chalk and talk method in the process of teaching, yet occasionally they make use of over head projector, models, charts etc. in the science subjects. It was suggested to the authorities, that in this era of intent national and international competition it will be useful and appropriate to go in for computer aided learning processes, centralized media facility and LCD projector etc. It was also suggested that a little more attention need to be given to development of communication skills and fluency in spoken language, particularly English in order to improve the employability of the students.
The college observes 236 working days and about 180 teaching days. The ratio of permanent teachers to part-timers is 1.4 : 1. It was suggested to the college authorities they need to appoint a few more lectures on regular basis in self-financing courses.
By and large, the teachers are a dedicated lot with flair for learning and research. Three of them have obtained their Ph.D. degree during the last five years. The teachers keep attending the seminars and workshops as and when the opportunity comes their way.
The teachers listen to the problems of student with sympathy, patience and understanding. The students also have easy access to the principal to share their views with them. However it will be in the academic interest of all concerned to evolve a mechanism where by feedback of the student evaluation of the teachers is available with the college authorities for the necessary remedial measures. The team, however, was happy to note that each individual teacher fills up the self-appraisal proforma.
Criterion â€“ III: Research Consultancy and Extension
The college does not claim to have any significant research activity on the campus. However, the college management encourages the teachers to undertake projects under faculty improvement scheme of the U.G.C. The college also provides ample opportunities to the student to do project work in the areas of science and computer departments. Infact project work is a compulsory component in the courses of reading of M.Sc.(IT) & P.G.D.C.A as also in B.C.A. final. The teachers and students are also exposed to the latest trend in their respective fields by participation in various workshops and seminars.
Through its extension services, the N.S.S. units established linkages with the farmers and motivate them to approach Punjab Agriculture University about soil treatment, water testing and the latest varieties of seeds. Similarly many N.C.C. cadets have represented the state of Punjab in Republic Day parade at New Delhi. The students have also been very active in organizing camps relating to blood donation, Pulse Polio and AIDS. They have carried forward the message of 100% literacy by encouraging Gram Panchayts to setup libraries and also to remove social evils like dowry and female foeticide. The college authorities give handsome incentive to outstanding students in the field of extension services.
It was suggested to the college authorities to spare some funds from their own reserves or raise funds from the community in order to give a further boost to a variety of good initiatives already been undertaken by their extension wings like N.S.S., N.C.S., Youth Club and Environment Club etc.
Criterion â€“ IV: Infrastructure & Learning Resources
The college has created adequate infrastructure in terms of buildings and equipment. Infact it has been an on-going process. The college has gainfully made use of various U.G.C. programmes and received ample grants either on 100% basis as in the case of a women hostel or on the basis of matching share for the completion of various projects. It also utilized funds under U.G.C. schemes such as COSIP and COHSSIP.
The college has well equipped laboratories, airy and well lighted class-rooms, a library, sports complex, a computer center, separate hostel for boys and girls, instrumentation cum hobby club workshop, canteen for boys and girls, open air theater, auditorium, seminar hall, Guest House and a Health Center. The college has also provided accommodation to the Principal and atleast 38 other members of teaching and non-teaching staff. The college can legitimately take pride in playgrounds and stadia of good standards. That explains how a large number of sports persons both boys and girls have been produced by this college.
It was suggested to the college authorities that computer center needs further push up that Celeron systems be replaced and P-I, P-II be upgraded under expert advice.
It was also felt that though the college library provides the facility of Book Bank with a number of 35804, but the number of title is a meagare 14810. As such it was felt that for a library that has been in existence for 55 years need replanishment and enrichment. The college authorities are gracious enough to look into this matter on priority and informed the Peer Team that a plan to construct a much bigger library is already underway.
Criterion â€“ V: Student Support and Progression.
The Peer Team noted with satisfaction, the academic environment prevailing on the campus. The dropout rate was low and the teachers give personal attention to the problems of the student. Within the limitations of the college, every possible effort is being made to provide quality education.
The college has a very active Alumni Association, which is registered under the Societies Registration Act 1860. The association doles out scholarships for the poor and disadvantaged sections of the society. It helps the college in its growth and development through periodical donations. Those students and the members of the staff who have now shifted abroad continue to oil and grease the educational machinery of the college. This was an abundant evidence in the shape of the stadia, open air theater and some other buildings.
It was noted with satisfaction that many old students of the college rose to many positions of prestige and eminence. Some of them joined I.A.S., I.P.S., and allied services. Other made their mark by participating at Asiad and Olympics. Still others have risen in lucrative business.
The college authorities remain in close contact not only with the studentsâ€™ pursuing the studies, but also the old students. It was suggested to the college to prepare a directory of all the old students in India and abroad.
Criterion â€“ VI: Organisation and Management
The management structure is as per the norms of the affiliating university. The management functions as a cohesive unit. It was noted with satisfaction the management, the principal, the staff, the student function in a spirit of comradeship. This helps in building a congenial academic environment. The concept of participatory management is in active practice.
In a meeting with the members of staff and students it became clear that the college conforms to the rules and regulations of the affiliating university. Recruitment is strictly as per norms laid down by the U.G.C. and State Govt. Even though the State Govt. has not yet sanctioned gratuity for the retiring staff, the Governing Council gives gratuity on its own.
It was noted with satisfaction that the college has an active â€˜Grievances Redressal Cellâ€™, disputes if any are addressed without delay and satisfactory solutions are found.
It was suggested to the college authorities that in order to function with more satisfaction, the non-teaching staff should be exposed to computer training. This will, in turn, help the student community at large. However, it was noted that the realization of fees had already been computerized for which two members of non-teaching staff have received some training.
Criterion â€“ VII: Healthy Practices
It was noted with satisfaction that the college continues to be charitable and non-profitable in character in the days when education is getting commercialised with each passing day. In this respect the college is a role model for others.
The college management is slowly but surly realizing its object â€˜Simple Living and High Thinkingâ€™. In this respect it presents a fine blend of tradition and modernity as also of material pursuits with spirituality. This helps in the development of human and intellectual of high order.
The concepts of action-orientation, transparency and spirituality are loud and clear in the college mouthpiece the â€˜Gurusarâ€™.
Section â€“ III: Overall Analysis
On the basis of intensive and extensive visit to various departments, hostel, sports complex and other areas brought into focus the fact that the college has successfully built an enviable infrastructure. It has essence of love and care for student community. The interests of the staff are properly looked into with a few more members on the staff on regular basis. Computerization of the institute and with the construction of a new library, the college will be able to keep its march on the road to progress. The team felt that with progressive and forward looking Governing Council, dedicated faculty and disciplined student community, this will not be difficult to achieve and that the college be able to render more service than ever before.
Dr. K.L Johar (Chairperson)
Dr. Ancy Jose (Member)
Dr.S.K. Dhawan (Member)
I agree with the observations made in the report.
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