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Post Graduate Government College (Sector 11), Chandigarh, Punjab
Post Graduate Government College (Sector 11), Chandigarh, Punjab
Chandigarh (District Chandigarh)
Punjab, IndiaPin Code : 160011
Post Graduate Government College (Sector 11), Chandigarh is a recognised institute / college. Status: Government College, Govt College for Boys.
Post Graduate Government College (Sector 11), Chandigarh is also known as Post Graduate Government College Sector 11, Govt College Sector 11, Govt College for Boys.
Post Graduate Government College (Sector 11), Chandigarh was established on / in 1953.
Principal of Post Graduate Government College (Sector 11), Chandigarh is Dr JS Raghu (updated 23.03.2012).
Post Graduate Government College (Sector 11), Chandigarh is situated in Chandigarh of Punjab state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Chandigarh comes under Chandigarh Tehsil, Chandigarh District.
Fax # of Post Graduate Government College (Sector 11), Chandigarh is +91-172-2747393, 2747597, 2740971.
Contact Person(s) of the Post Graduate Government College (Sector 11), Chandigarh is (are): HOD of Physical Edu Dept earlier Harinder Singh, now RS Brar.
Mobile No(s) of concerned persons at Post Graduate Government College (Sector 11), Chandigarh are +91-98155-52550.
email ID(s) is
Website of Post Graduate Government College (Sector 11), Chandigarh is www.gc11.ac.in, www.alumnipggs11.org, gc11.com.
Contact Details of Post Graduate Government College (Sector 11), Chandigarh are : Telephone: +91-172-2740593, 2747393, 2740597
Prof VK Devasher Convener of Convocation 2010-11
Earlier principals: Dr AL Gauba (Aug 2008), Aggarwal Prahlad, then Dr AN Garg, then Dr Sham Sunder 9888232322, Jagdeep S. Cheema
Accounts Branch : Mrs Parveen, Mrs Raksha
Prof Hans Raj (Commerce)
Prof (Mrs) Parminder Kaur (Arts)
Prof (Mrs) Manjit Kaur Brar, Vice Principal, 94170-86781
Dr Nindru Bal, Dean
Name of college has changed to Post Graduate Government College, Sector 11, Chandigarh. It has been confirmed from Sh VK Deveshwar, Incharge Admissions of the College.
This college is co-ed. Earlier it was only for boys.
Contact Person Dr. RS Brar 98888-80185
Remarks Dr. Sanjit Sardar - 9467185524
Prasanta K. Das - 9872134386
Dr. Ajit Singh Yadav - 9417727074
Prof VK Devasher, Convenor of Annual Convocation on 22.03.2012
Courses offered in Post Graduate Government College (Sector 11), ChandigarhBA, B.Sc, B.Com, BBA, M.A(English), M.Sc(IT), BCA
Post Graduate Government College (Sector 11), Chandigarh runs course(s) in Degree, Business Management stream(s).
Post Graduate Government College (Sector 11) is affiliated with Panjab University, Chandigarh (Chandigarh)
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PGGCG-11Post Graduate Government College for Girls (PGGCG), Sector 11, offers a number of undergraduate and postgraduate courses, with Computer Science, Functional English and Economics being the most popular. The prospectus-cum-admission forms will be available from June 18 and will cost Rs 80. Each prospectus will carry two forms, which will allow students to simultaneously apply in any of the other three government colleges.
In BA, the college offers Functional English, Elective English, Police Administration and French as the main subjects. In BSc, Computer Science is one of the main subjects.
In MA, English, Economics, music (vocal and instrumental), Public Administration, Sociology and Psychology are the main subjects offered by the college, while in MSc, Zoology, Chemistry and Botany are the key subjects offered.
Bcom is another popular course in the college. The forms for this course will be available online from June 14. In addition to general degree courses, the college also offers post graduation diploma course in Computer Application. The add-on courses available in the college include Guidance and Counselling, Web Designing and disaster management.
The college has also proposed to start Mass Media and video production and theory culture and landscaping from this session. These courses are subject to approval from Panjab University.
The last date for submission of forms has been specified as June 30, except for BA. Admissions will be conducted from July 9 onwards. The late admissions with Rs 500 as the late admission fee will take place between July 27 and August 8.
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Online attendance system to be introduced in Chandigarh collegesChandigarh: The Department of Higher Education will soon introduce an online attendance system in city colleges. The system would not only make the data relating attendance of students available online but also provide students monthly update on their attendance status.
College principals say that data relating to attendance will be uploaded on the college website on a monthly basis and would be accessible to students. All students are required to have at least 75% attendance to be eligible for examinations. Every year several students fail to sit for university exams due to low attendance. Private colleges allow students having low attendance to appear for exams after charging a hefty fine but there is no such provision in government-run colleges.
Last year about 80 students of sector 11 situated Post Graduate Government College were not able to sit in exams because of not having the required attendance. The new system of online attendance is expected to be of great help to such students as it would help them keep track of their attendance. Dr J S Raghu, the principal of the above mentioned college, said that the plan would be implemented in the current academic session.
Once the system is introduced, the students who are low on attendance will be issued a warning, and if they show no improvement a letter would be sent to their homes. The system has already been introduced in some departments of Panjab University and is receiving a very good response.
Annual convocation at PGGC 11As many as 400 students, who secured a first division in university exams, were awarded degrees at the annual convocation at Post Graduate Government College, Sector 11, on Wednesday. Justice Ajay Kumar Mittal from the Punjab and Haryana High Court, Chandigarh, was the chief guest on the occasion. Principal Dr Shyam Sunder read out the annual report of the college.
STATE OF HARYANA Vs NIRMLA MITTAL LPA 38/2008(O and M)
IN THE HIGH COURT OF PUNJAB AND HARYANA AT CHANDIGARH.
Date of Decision: 17.3.2008.
State of Haryana etc. ............. Appellants through
Smt. Nirmala Mittal ..............Respondents .
HON'BLE MR. JUSTICE VIJENDER JAIN, CHIEF JUSTICE
HON'BLE MR.JUSTICE JASWANT SINGH
1. Whether Reporters of Local Newspapers may be allowed to see the
2. To be referred to the Reporters or not?
3. Whether the judgment should be reported in the Digest?
Vijender Jain,Chief Justice
CM No. 172/2008.
For the reasons stated, the application is allowed and six days' delay in filing the appeal is condoned.
The present appeal under Clause X of the Letters Patent Act is directed against the judgment of learned single Judge dated 3.10.2007.
The short question involved in the present appeal is regarding denial of benefit of three advance increments for possessing and acquiring Ph.D. degree during government service as Lecturer in the Education Department Haryana vis-a-vis grant of the same to candidates who possess the said qualification before their joining government service, on the strength of interpretation of relevant clauses in the instructions dated 22.7.1988 (Annexure P-3), as adopted vide instructions dated 8.3.1989 (Annexure P-4) by Government of Haryana.
The facts in brief are that the respondent petitioner possessing post graduate qualification in Hindi and Sanskrit was appointed as a regular
Lecturer in Haryana State College cadre in the year 1971. She was sent on
deputation to Government College, Sector 11, Chandigarh in the year 1973.
She obtained Ph.D degree in the year 1990. The pay scales of teachers in the Colleges and Universities in the State of Haryana were revised by the State government vide its notification dated 8.3.1989 (Annexure P-4) on the basis of recommendations dated 22.7.1988 (Annexure P-3) made by the
University Grants Commission (for short UGC), which was duly adopted by
the State of Haryana. The respondent-petitioner has claimed that on account of acquiring Ph.D. qualification in the year 1990 she was entitled to the award of three advance increments on the basis of relevant provisions/
clauses of Annexure P-3 and Annexure P-4,which for ready reference are
reproduced as under:-
“In order to encourage research, in continuation of Post Graduate Studies, candidates who, at the time of their regular appointment as Lecturers possess Ph.D or M.Phil degree will be sanctioned three and one advance increments respectively in the scale of Rs.2200/4000 alongwith the benefit of corresponding years of service for the purpose of promotion. The individual shall have the benefit of weightage only once. The existing lecturers without research degrees, and those similarly situated recruited in future will be eligible for a similar benefit of service for the purpose of promotion as and when they acquire research degree, but will not be a eligible for advance increments. Existing lecturers with research degree will also be eligible for a similar benefit.”
The petitioner at the time of her regular appointment as Lecturer did not possess Ph.D or M.Phil degree, therefore, she was not granted the
advance increments being not covered under the relevant clause of the
instructions. Accordingly, the petitioner filed CWP No. 299 of 1995, which
was allowed by a Division Bench of this Court vide order dated 13.9.1996.
Special Leave Petition (Civil) No.3430 of 1997 against the order dated
13.9.1996 was filed and the Hon'ble Supreme Court vide its order dated
29.8.1997 allowed the appeal, set aside the order passed by the High Court
and remanded the case back for consideration regarding validity of relevant
clause of the circulars Annexures P-3 and P-4. The learned single Judge
vide his impugned judgment dated 3.10.2007 has allowed the civil writ
petition filed by the respondent-petitioner. Circular letters Annexures P-3
and P-4 whereby the Lecturers have been held to be dis-entitled to the grant of three or one advance increments on improving their qualifications by acquiring Ph.D or M.Phil degrees during service has been declared illegal and thus struck down to that extent. It was held that the respondentpetitioner is entitled to grant of three increments although she had acquired her Ph.D qualification being in service from the date of her acquiring Ph.D degree alongwith arrears.
We have heard learned counsel for the appellant. The sole contention raised by the learned counsel is that the rationale behind the grant of aforesaid benefit of advance increments to the persons who acquired Ph.D or M.Phil degrees before their regular appointment was to encourage research in continuation of Post graduate studies and the same has not been considered by the learned single Judge.
Thus, the impugned judgment deserves to be set aside.
We are afraid, we cannot accept this contention and therefore the same deserves to be dismissed. The learned single Judge while considering the validity of the instructions has discussed as under:-
“The object to acquire Ph.D/M.Phil qualification under faculty improvement programme is to provide opportunities to the teachers working in the colleges to keep themselves afresh with the development in the field of study and research and to enhance their professional competency as teachers. Therefore, to acquire
Ph.D./M.Phil degree is related to maintain the standard of High Education. The respondent is over-emphasizing that the petitioner acquired Ph.D degree on Govt. expenses and overlooked that it was under a scheme to retain the talent in the college teacher. The stand of the State is vague. It is also submitted that number of teachers who acquired Ph.D /M.Phil before entering service do so by enjoying the benefit of various fellowships and stipendiary programmes. Moreover, no condition was imposed when the petitioner was sent for Ph.D course that on completion of the degree no financial benefits shall be granted. The State has tried to create distinction, which has no logic or justification. There is no reason why the petitioner and similarly situated teachers should be denied the benefit of three advance increments.”
We are in agreement with the reasoning given by the learned single Judge. The research undertaken by both the class of lecturers would be of similar required quality with the ultimate aim of providing better education to the students and thus serving public interest. Admittedly, lecturers who acquired higher qualification of Ph.D/M.Phil during service and those who possessed that before their recruitment form one class of teachers. To create a sub-classification between the two based on the rationale of promoting research after postgraduation smacks of arbitrariness and is discriminatory. The sub-classification based on the intelligible differentia has no nexus with the object to achieve i.e. excellence of education. The undertaking of the research for both categories of teachers is ultimately aimed at helping them become more informed and better teachers.
There is another dimension. Senior teachers cannot be denied the benefit of aforesaid advance increments merely because they did not possess Ph.D/M.Phil degree before their recruitment, while granting the benefit of
said increments to otherwise juniors as it will result in a senior getting lesser pay than his junior though being a part of the same class of teachers.
This would be most unreasonable and not serving public interest.
We find no infirmity in the judgment passed by the learned single
Judge. Hence, the LPA is dismissed.
C.M.No.173 of 2008 seeking staying the operation of the impugned judgment dated 3.10.2007 also stands dismissed.
Chandigarh colleges flout Reserve Bank normsCHANDIGARH - Two government colleges, flouting rules laid down by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI), have asked students to write the contact details and mobile phone numbers on the currency notes when paying their admission fees from Tuesday.
The directive by the Government College and the Government College for Girls, both in Sector 11, is in stark violation of the RBI s Clean Note Policy that prohibits any writing on currency notes.
The Government College had even pasted a notice at the fees counter, carrying this instruction. The two institutions justified the step, saying it was taken to ensure that stuents did not make payments with counterfeit notes.
Hundreds of students complied before the college authorities withdrew the order Wednesday.
RBI officials here have described the incident as a serious offence .
Writing on or tampering with currency notes is a serious offence as per RBIâ€™s clean note policy, said R.V. Gawai, deputy general manager at RBIâ€™s Chandigarh branch.
We are looking into the matter and have appealed to students not to write anything or sign on the notes while submitting fees, Gawai told.
Added a senior RBI official: College officials have to own responsibility for this crime. Strict action will be taken against the colleges if they are found guilty.
Government College principal Shyam Sunder admitted that the two institutions were not aware of the RBI norms, but have since then withdrawn the order.
Everyone knows that fake currency notes are circulating in this region. That is why our clerks told students to write details on the notes of Rs.500 and Rs.1,000 to avoid any problems later, Sunder said.
However, when we came to know of the RBI norms, we immediately stopped it and now we have told students to write the note number on a separate paper.
A clerk at a Government College fee counter said around Rs.50 lakh was collected Tuesday, the first day of admissions.
There are only six fee counters, and if we start scrutinizing every note then we cannot complete our work in time. And if there is any fake note, then we have to compensate from our own pocket, the clerk said.
Students and parents said they were unaware of any RBI norm in this regard.
Said Shiv Kumar, who was accompanying his son to the Government College: We have written the name, address, application form number and mobile number on all notes. The clerk sitting at the fees window told us to do so. I do not know anything about RBI norms but everyone standing here in the queue is doing this.
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