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Guru Gobind Singh Khalsa College for Women, Kamalpura, Punjab


Guru Gobind Singh Khalsa College for Women, Kamalpura, Punjab
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Gurusar Sadhar
Kamalpura (District Ludhiana)
Punjab, India
Pin Code : 142030

Guru Gobind Singh Khalsa College for Women, Kamalpura Punjab is a recognised institute / college. Guru Gobind Singh Khalsa College for Women, Kamalpura Punjab is also known as GGS Khalsa College for Women.
Principal of Guru Gobind Singh Khalsa College for Women, Kamalpura Punjab is Dr. Barinder Kaur, Smt Kamaljeet Kaur (principal@sggscollege.ac.in), Devinder Kaur (Offtg Principal), Purnima Bhatnagar (Mobile 9417266138).

Guru Gobind Singh Khalsa College for Women is situated in Kamalpura of Punjab state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Kamalpura comes under Jagraon Tehsil, Ludhiana District.

Fax # of Guru Gobind Singh Khalsa College for Women, Kamalpura Punjab is +91-1624-275228.

Contact Person(s) of the Guru Gobind Singh Khalsa College for Women, Kamalpura Punjab is (are): Mrs. Shubhlata.

Mobile No(s) of concerned persons at Guru Gobind Singh Khalsa College for Women, Kamalpura Punjab are 98722-00148, 98140-18100, 98887-82152, 98150-45127.

email ID(s) is Guru Gobind Singh Khalsa College for Women Kamalpura Punjab

Website of Guru Gobind Singh Khalsa College for Women, Kamalpura Punjab is http://www.ggskcw.ac.in/.

Chairman : Manjit Singh Gill, Baljinder Singh Hansra.
General Secretary : Malkiat Singh Rajal.

Contact Details of Guru Gobind Singh Khalsa College for Women, Kamalpura Punjab are : Telephone: +91-1624-232524, 232395, 01624 - 275228
website www.ggskcewkamalpura.org (Not working anymore)
email id:ggskcwkamalpura@gmail.com, ggscollege@india.com (incorrect)
President: Baljinder Singh Hasra, Malkiat Singh Rajal
Vice President: Amarjeet Singh Hansra
President: Baljinder Singh

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Guru Gobind Singh Khalsa College for Women, Kamalpura Punjab runs course(s) in Degree, Masters, Computer Applications stream(s).
B.A., M.A.(Pbi.), M.A.(Hist), BCA, PGDCA, MSc(IT), B.A.

Approval details: Guru Gobind Singh Khalsa College for Women is affiliated with Panjab University, Chandigarh (Chandigarh)

Profile of Guru Gobind Singh Khalsa College for Women

Brief History
G.G.S. Khalsa College Kamalpura is situated on prestigious Guru Gobind Singh Marg which is also called Raikot-Jagraon Road. It is equally distanced i.e. 12 kms. from Raikot and Jagraon. Different modes of transport are available to reach the college. Kamalpura is a blessed village as it is believed that the tenth Guru, Guru Gobind Singh visited it. Two of holy historical Gurudwara's are nearby to the college campus. One is Gurudwara Tahliana Sahib sitated at Raikot and another one is Gurudwara Mehdeana Sahib situated 10 km. away from here. Another historical Gurudwara of 10th Guru is Kahi Sahib situated at Village Lamme-Jattpura. This college is catering students of almost 85 nearby villages with an objective to educate girls of rural areas. A tournament is also held every year which is considered one of the best amongst all the tournaments of rural Punjab. To top of all, several NRI's contributed to establish Guru Gobind Singh Khalsa College for Women which became functional from 1996. The main motivational soul behind the project is Bibi Pritam Kaur Hansra, who laid the foundation stone of this college. This college can boost of an ideal educational environment far from the din and pollution of the cities. Apart from B.A. I, II, III, BCA I, II post graduate courses in Punjabi, History, Information Technology are also conducted. All the residents of the village are hereby urged to consider this collge as their own and contribute to it in any way which may suit them. At present there are about 30 classrooms well equipped library, one administrative block, an examination hall, 4 air-conditioned computer labs, one music room, a stationery shop and a canteen. The college provides facilities for Hockey, Badminton, Basketball, Athletes, Kho-Kho, Volleyball etc. Tally Academy, Bangalore also conducts a course in certified computer accountancy every year.
College Campus
College campus is situated in between the beautiful green agricultural lands, with fresh air flowing every time in the peace full environment ,it is on the main road from JAGRON TO RAIKOT. This college have a triple story building with four blocks , which are covered 80,000 sqr foot and it has ready to play grounds for Hockey, Volleyball, Badminton and Basketball. We had two beautiful lush green lawn's for students to sit outside in the open. Students and Staff will provide the full security with CCTV Cameras and security Guards working all the time in the campus, no outsider will be allowed to enter the college campus without the permission of college authorities.

Global Leadership in Human Development. Excellence in Education and Healthcare GURU GOBIND SINGH KHALSA COLLEGE FOR WOMEN KAMALPURA is a premier and fast developing college in the region, it was named on the tenth Guru of SIKH'S SHRI GURU GOBIND SINGH JI . This college is running under GURU GOBIND SINGH EDUCATION TRUST KAMALPURA, which is already running a senior secondary school .This college is affiliated to PUNJAB UNIVERSITY CHANDIGARH. And it has a triple story building with each and every facility in it like canteen, labs, library and so on .It have its on buses for transporting students.
The decade of a College (10 years Journey)
The village Kamalpura which is situated in the middle of Jagraon and Raikot has been blessed by Dasam Guru Gobind Singh Ji. Guruji came to this area during the martyrdom of his two younger sons. Gurudwara Sahib Kamalpura has been commamorated to His arrival. According to historians, Guruji rested for 21 days at nearby village Lamma. Gurudwara Tahiliana Sahib is situated in Raikot. On this place, it came into notice of Guruji that His younger sons had sacrificed their lives. Here he uprooted the Moghul Empire by dragging out a plant of Kahi from the earth and He gave Rai Kalla a Khanda, Rahel and Ganga Sagar. 10 kilometres away from this riligious place, Gurudwara Mehtiana Sahib is situated where history of Sikhism has been depicted through a remarkable art of statue making. After that, Guru Gobind Singh Khalsa College for Women, Kamalpura was established in September 1996, for recognising the need of education for girls. The beginnning of this college was in school classrooms where people from the area contributed magnificently. College is always indebted to those social workers who include Headmaster Kuldip Singh, Master Vakil Singh Bassi, Principal Swaran Singh, Master Bahadur Singh Roonic, Pr. Manjot Singh Khatra and Prof. Dilawar Singh Pannu. To begin with some noble cause, we need personalities of high thinking and full of optimism. It was the dream of Mr. Pritam Kaur Hansra to establish this college for the improvement of girls' education. S. Baljinder Singh Hansra/President, Governing Council) contributed whole-heartedly to make their mother's dream successful. Today this college is progressing by leaps and bounds because of Hansra family's contribution. Now our Guru Gobind Singh Educational Trust boasts of three institutions - Guru Gobind Singh Khalsa College for Women, Guru Gobind Singh Khalsa College of Education and Dasmesh Khalsa Girls Model Senior Secondary School. The college got affiliation from Panjab University, Chandigarh since 2000-2001. At that time, there was B.A. I and B.C.A. I. Now after 10 years, courses running in the college are B.A., B.C.A., PGDCA, M.A. (History), M.A. (Pbi.), and M.Sc. (IT). College is trying its best to run more subjects in B.A. At present subjects taught in B.A. are Punjabi, English, Hindi, Mathematics, History, Sociology, Political Science, Physical Education, Music (Instrumental), Computer Science and Economics. In the coming session, there will be vocational courses for the professional training of students besides their academics. Besides subjects, a building that is increasing day by day, works as a proof for the progress of this college. For the all round development of this college, college is working with all efforts to involve more and more students in cultural activities. Students have remarkable achievements in both cultural activities and academics. Despite organising college level function and inter-college functions, college has organsed Youth Festival for two times in a decade. After one year of its establishment, college organised a youth festival for the first time in November, 2002 that was both for girls and boys. Despite getting prizes in various items, one special achievement was that collge student was adjudged 'the best actress' of Panjab University. Same way, in October 2009, College hosted Panjab University Moga-Ferozepur Zone-B Youth Festival for the second time and it was successful. College achieved prizes in almost all items. So the progress of college comprises ever-increasing student number, excellent results and development of student's personality. The biggest achievement of this decade is the launching of college magazine 'Pritam-Prerna' in 2008-09. With this magazine, students have got a voice to their views and emotions. So this magazine is contributing vastly to polish the students' talent. During this decade, college has teams of Kho-Kho, Kabaddi, Badminton, Handball, Basketball, Athletics, Relay, Hockey, Yoga and Volleyball. In the session 2006-07, College Kho-Kho team got third position in Panjab University Chandigarh and Badminton team was adjudged fourth. Kho-kho players participated in Inter-University competition also. In the session 2009-10, a student got third position in High Jump during annual university athletic meet and one student got fourth position in Javelin Throw, and another student got fourth position in long jump. College is enhancing infrastructure for sports also. College Bus facility is also for students comfort. Now college boasts of 10 buses as compared to one bus at the time of beginning of the college. College has also bought a tourist bus for trip also. So College has achieved a lot in the first decade. May God shower His blessings upon its and this college will progress by leaps and bounds.

Annual Report Session 2009-2010
Historical Retrospection of Villege Kamalpura:
Keeping in mind, the importance of women Education in the present scenario, GGS Khalsa College education Trust was established at village Kamalpura in Sept, 1996. The foundation stone of the present building was laid by Mata Pritam Kaur Hansra on 22nd Mar, 1998 & got its affiliation, with Panjab University , Chandigarh in the year 2001(that is to be mentioned that we are completing one deal this year.Kamalpura is situated some 12 kum away from Jagraon on Jagraon- Raikot road. Blessed with the pious visit of sri Guru Gobind Singh, Kamalpura boasts of a historic Gurudwara Sahib. The tenth Guru rested for twenty days in village Lamma, which is 3 kum away from Kamalpura. Another Gurudwara Mehtiana Sahib is situated some 7 kum away from the college. Gurudwara Taliana Sahib is also in proximity to the college. So, we can say that this entire area is replete with the blessings of Guru Sahibs.

These Undergraduate Courses have been running successfully for the past few years like BA/BCA/PGDCA/MA (Pbi)/MA (His) & M.Sc(IT) are the Post Graduate Courses available in the college.

There are over 7000 books (though very less) but we shall keep on adding more numbers, it’s a story books in the library. Besides these books, 24 dailies and weeklies are subscribed by the college Library for the all round development of the students. Eight news papers are available in the college library. Besides education and wit Ural development, a through religious education is also provided to the students for their spiritual uplipment. To achieve this end, 1000 scriptures (Gutka Sahibs) are available in the Library.

There are 4 well equipped, Air conditioned computer labs with every modern amenities. There are 67 computers, 5 printers, 2 scanners and one server. Internet facility is also available. College has its own website, thanks to the lecturers of the computer deptt. State of the art facilities like L.C.D, multimedia are also available for the various extension lectures.

There is a Music room in the college wherein every kind of musical instrument is available, for ex, Sitar, Dhadd, Tabla, Savar-mandal, music sister, V.C.D. player, Tanpura, Dholki, Dhapli etc.

There are at present 30 classrooms, a Library, an office for the Principal, one Administrator Block, one Examination Hall, four computer Labs, Music Room, Sports Room, Stationary Shop and Canteen. Every kind of facility for Sports like Hockey, Athletics, Kho-Kho, Volley-Ball, Badminton & weight lifting is provided to the students.

Initially, there were round about 150 students in the college but now the number is well over 700. As far as faculty is concerned, there are 27 experienced & qualified lecturers spreading the light of knowledge. Besides providing quality education, every possible effort is made for the all-round development of the students so that they may achieve success in life.

The results of various classes for the session are as follows:-
BA-I 55.8% 95.07%
BA-II 70.9% 93.9%
BA-III 77.1% 97.2%
BCA-I 36.6% 82.6%
BCA-II 87.8% 92.5%
BCA-III 98.6% 100%
PGDCA 67.8% 76.9%
MA-I (PBI) 51.7% 100%
MA-I (HIS) 78% 100%

Ramandeep Kaur (BA-I) secured 71.17%, Sukhdeep Kaur (BA-II) got 71.7%, Kamalpreet Kaur (BA-III) got 72.8%,Parminder Kaur (BCA-I) got 69.6% , Suman Bala (BCA-II) secured 74.8% , Sandeep Kaur (BCA-III) got 77%, Sukhpreet Kaur got 68% in PGDCA, Yashpreet Kaur (MA-I PBI) got 55.3%, Simardeep Kaur (MA-I His) secured 60.2% and Rupinder Kaur (MA-II His) got 61.8% & stood first in their respective classes.

As for Panjab University regulations, House exams are conducted in September and December. Internal assessment of the students is sent to the university entirely based on House Examinations.

Cultural activities are entirely important for the overall development of the students. Exposure of the stage provides them with much needed confidence and will power. So, students are always motivated to participate in these items.

The college hosted PU Youth festival Moga- Ferogepur zone-B. As many as ten colleges participated in this festival which commenced on 21st Oct & ended on 24th Oct, 2009. The college achieved some glorious feats in the festival which are as follows:-


Gagandeep Kaur (BA-I) 3rd Position Folk Song
Manpreet Kaur BA-I 3rd Folk Song
Skit Team 3rd Skit
Baljit Kaur BA-III 1st (Individual) Acting (Skit)
Kuljeet Kaur MA-II(PBI) 1st Mimicry
College Team 1st Mime
Preet Rajan BA-III 3rd (Individual) Acting (Mime)
Gagandeep Kaur BCA-III 3rd Histrionics
Sukhdeep Kaur BA-III 3rd Debate
Sukhdeep Kaur BA-III 3rd Elocution
Harpreet Kaur BA-II 3rd (Tabla) Percussion
Inderjit Kaur MA-II(PBI) 2nd (Sitar) Non-Percussion
Harpreet Kaur BA-II 3rd (Individual) Folk Song
College Team 3rd Folk orchestra
College Team 3rd Indian Orchestra
Rajveer Kaur BA-II 1st Indian Orchestra
College Team 1st Vaar Singing
College Team 2nd Kawishri
College Team 3rd Lammi Heik
Harpreet Kaur BA-II 3rd Lammi Heik
College Team 1st Sammi
Harmandeep Kaur M.Sc(IT) 3rd Rangoli
College Team 2nd (Gujrati) Group dance of other
Amandeep Kaur PGDCA 1st Group Dance (Individual) College Team 1st Giddha

Various teams of our college participated in different events like Giddha ,Sammi ,Mime ,Mimicry & Vaar(Total 5) in this inter zonal festival and did a commendable job.

Punjab Kala Parishad under the aegis of Punjab Govt. organized a festival exclusively for women, named “Virasati Mela Dhian Da” at Govt. College for women, Ludhiana from 28th to 29th Aug. 2009 in which colleges Kavishri Team comprising of Virpal Kaur, Gurpret Kaur, Gagandeep Kaur secured 2nd position.

Shaheed Bhagat Singh Vichor manch, LDH, organized a national level Essay writing competition on 25th Dec, 2009 in which Sukhdeep Kaur of BA-III got 8th position.

G.G.S. Study Circle conducted an examination of religious education in the college campus on 20th Nov, 09. Pritpal Kaur (MA-II PBI) and Rajandeep Kaur (BA-III) got special prizes and Kamaljeet Kaur & Rupinder Kaur, both of BA-III got the consolation prize.

S.G.G. Girls College , Raikot organized an inter college competition on 22nd ,23rd Jan 2010 in which the Shabad team of our college secured 3rd position and Amandeep Kaur of BA-III got consolation prize in singing songs. Prabhjeet Kaur (BA-III) got 3rd position in Phulkari making and Davinder Kaur of BA-II got the consolation prize in Pakhi making.

Parmjeet Kaur (MA-I) got 1st position in Phulkari making in an inter college competition held at D.A.V. College,Jagraon on 28th Jan 2010.

Gurudwara Shri Singh Sabha , Model Town (Ldh.) organized a youth festival on 30th Jan,2010 in which Sukhdeep Kaur of BA-III got Consolation prize in Elocution and Prabhjot Kaur of BA-I got the consolation prize in Poem recitation.

Prof. Ramandeep Kaur Bath (Punjabi Deptt.) completed for Ph.D from Punjabi University , Patiala on Poetry Pash and Surjit Patar & the Topic was

Prof. Inderpal Sekhon of History Deptt. Participated in “Punjab History Conference” held at Punjabi University, Patiala on 15 March, 2009.

Prof. Suman Bhatia completed for M.Phill on the topic of “Problems of rural aged-Sociological Study of Ludhiana Distt.” From Punjabi University, Patiala.

Prof. Gurpreet Kaur of Phy. Edu. Deptt. Participated in a National Conference organized by the Deptt. Of Sports Punjab University, Patiala from 5th to 7th Dec., 2009. She also read a paper on “The Menace of Doping and the Health of Sports Person”.

Prof Parul Sareen(Eco) read a paper on “Gender wage Discrimination in India. An inter state Analysis in December , organized by Indian Society of Labour Economics , at Punjabi University , Patiala. Her paper on “Export performance of Engineering Goods Industre in Punjab-A Case study of Ludhiana District” was published in GNA Journal of Management and Technology (Oct. 2009).

She read a paper on “Globalization and Challenge to Technical Education in Punjab” in a seminar held at GNDU, Amritsar on 4th & 5th March,2010.

Dr. Ravinder Kaur (PBI) participated in a teacher workshop organized by Guru Gobind Singh Study Circle (LDH) on 21/7/2009.

Prof. Narinderjeet Kaur of Computer Deptt. Completed her M.Phill on “Data Moving with Neural Network” from Allagoppa University, Tamilnadu and participated in a seminar held at Punjab university Chandigarh on the topic of “Fundamental Elements of Guiding Progression for the preparation of Research”.


Principal Dr. Barinder Kaur attended Seminars organized by Ragiv Gandhi Study circle at Punjab Bhavan Ludhiana on “ Educational policy” on 18 July , 2009.

Dr. Barinder Kaur Participated in General Body meeting of sports cpmmittee of Panjab University Chandigarh which was chaired by the V.C of Panjab University Chandigarh on 5-9-09.

Dr. Barinder Kaur participated as a Judge in the “Punjab State Competition” in the event of “Giddha” in Govt. Senior Secondary School Mall Road at Amritsar, on 28, 29, 30 Oct., 2009 under the aegis of Punjab School Education Board, Mohali.

On 5-11-2009 participated in “Felicitation function in which V.C of PU Chandigarh felicitated principal of different colleges at Dev Samaj College for Women, Ferozepur.

On 26-11-09 participated in the Seminar held at Sibh National College Banga, Nawanshahar.

On 26-2-10 participated as a Judge in the Inter Zonal Folk Festival held at Punjabi University, Patiala.

Tours and excursions are a regular feature of this college. Prof. Raman Nayyar , Prof. Suman Bhatia, Prof. Parul along with 13 students conducted a tour to Dalhousie from 29th Jan to 1st Feb,2010. Madam Narinderjeet Kaur along with 15 students conducted a trip to Jaipur.

Keeping in mind the importance of sports in students on Athletic meet held every year. These sports persons of this college made their marks in Panjab University, sports competition in the year gone by & this year was also no exception. Four teams participated in Inter College competition:-

1. Basket Ball 2. Kho-Kho 3. Athletic 4. Kabaddi

The College team of Kho-Kho participated in Inter College competition held at Panjab University, Chandigarh on 6 Nov, 2009.
Kabaddi team of the Colege participated in Panjab University competition on 27/10/09 to 28/10/09.
Basket Ball team also participated in Inter College competition held at PU Campus, Chandigarh.

Annual Athletic meet was held from 1/12/09 to 05/12/09 in PU , Chandigarh in which Jaspreet Kaur got 4th position in 200 mtr race. Prem Kaur got 3rdposition in High Jump and Baljinder Kaur got 4th position in Javelin Throw.

G.G.S. Khalsa College, Kamalpura organized Annual Sports Day on 24th & 25th of Feb, 2010 in which Jaspreet Kaur of BCA 1st was adjudged the Best Athlete. Dr. C.S. Grewal (Director Sports PU, Chandigarh) was the chief Guest on the first day and on the second day, Dr. Raj Kumar Sharma (HOD, Phy. Edu Deptt., Panjabi University, Patiala) was the Chief Guest.

Youth Welfare Deptt. Of Panjab University Chandigarh organized a “Youth Leadership Training Camp” (2nd to 11th June, 09) at a Tara Devi (Shimla) in which Dr. Geetanjali along with 11 students participated.

The Path of Sukhmani Sahib was held on 25/7/09 for the well being of the institution.

Another Inter College competition named “ Dhian Teej Dian” was organized by the college in which events of Choreography , Skit, Giddha, Folk Song , Suhag songs and various events of fine arts were organized.

G.G.S. Study Circle (Ldh) organized “ Gurbani Kanth Muqabla” on 10/10/09 in the campus in which Rajandeep Kaur of BA-III got 1st position followed by Jasmeen Kaur (2nd positin) and Pritpal Kaur (4th position).

G.G.S. Study Circle (Ldh) held a state level Youth Leadership Training Camp from 1st to 4th Oct , 09,in which 12 students of the college under the guidance of Prof. Sarabjeet Kaur participated.

On 5th Jan , 2010 Parkash Utsav commemorating Guru Gobind Singh Ji was celebrated with vigor, followed by a splendid Nagar Kirtan.

On 13/1/2010 entire staff and students celebrated Lohri with joy and enthusiasm.

On 11/2/10 another Inter College competition “Jashan-E-Baharan” was celebrated marking the arrival of Basant(Spring). Competition of events like Wall Painting, Sanjhi Mai , Kite Making, Phulkari, Salad Decoration , Choreography , Shabad Gayan specially and Miss Basant were held.

In Raag Basant college conferred “Life Time Achievements Award” on Dr. Surinder Sharma Advisor (Acedemic & Cultural ) to VC , PU Chandigarh & “Young Achievers Award” to Satwinder Bitty for their contribution to Panjabi Society , its Languages ,its Literature, Movies, Theater & Panjabi Music respectively.

Best Singer:- Kanwaljeet Kaur (BA 1st )
Best Folk Singer :- Manpreet Kaur (BA 1st )
Best Sitar Player :- Inderjeet Kaur ( MA 1st PBI)
Best Tabla Player :- Harpreet Kaur (BA 2nd )
Best Giddha Dancer:- Inderjeet Kaur (MA 1st PBI)
Best Player :- Baljinder Kaur(BA 3rd )
Best Library Reader :- Yashpreet Kaur (MA 2nd PBI)

Most Regular Students:-
Gagandeep Kaur (BA 1st )
Sukhwinder Kaur (BA 2nd )
Sukhdeep Kaur (BA 3rd)
Hardeep Kaur (BCA 3rd )
Hardeep Kaur (BCA 2nd )
Monika Sharma (M.Sc(IT))


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PU youth festival begins

The 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).

Zonal youth fest begins today

Panjab University Zonal Youth Festival Ludhiana Zone-C will be held at Guru Gobind Singh Khalsa College for Women, Kamalpura (Ludhiana) from November 20 to November 22, 2002. Convener of the festival Prof Kamaljit Kaur informed that more than 700 students from 10 colleges of the zone would participate in almost in 31 events during the three day festival.

GHG Khalsa College, Gurusar Sadhar, S.G.G.J. Girls College, Raikot, Khalsa College for Women, Sidhwan Khurd, GTB National College, Dakha, L.R.D.A.V. College, Jagraon, S. Government College of Science Education and Research, Jagraon, G.N. College, Narangwal, Government College, Karamsar, Government College, Sidhsar and host college will compete in music, dance, acting, fine arts, creative writing and debate etc.

Prof Jagjeevan, organising secretary said on the first day of the festival shabad, group singing, vaar singing, group dance, bhangra and fine arts competitions will be held while on the second day drama, histrionics, poem recitation, debate and quiz will be organised.

PU Zonal Youth Fest results

The third day of the Panjab University Zonal Youth Festival here was marked by the presentation of various items related to instrumental music, orchestra, Indian classical music, ghazal, folk songs, giddha and creative writing at Guru Gobind Singh Khalsa College for Women , Kamalpura.

The chief guest of the morning session was Dr Sodhi Ram, Controller of Examinations, Panjab University, Chandigarh. The chief guest of the evening session was Mr Gurmeet Singh, SDM, Jagraon. The guests of honour included Mr Jaswant Singh Kanwal, a novelist, Dr Surinder Kumar Sharma, Director, Youth Welfare Activities at Panjab University, Chandigarh, and Dr Baljit Singh Hansra, Assistant Director-General, ICAR, New Delhi.

College Principal Manjit Singh Khattra welcomed the chief guests and distributed prizes among the winners. Giddha stole the show and L.R.DAV College, Jagraon, bagged the first prize. In all, teams from eight colleges participated in the event.

The results are as following: Instrumental Music (Percussion) — Rajinder Singh of GN College, Narangwal, I; and Jatinder Singh of L.R.DAV College, Jagraon, II. Instrumental Music (non-percussion) — Neeru Bala of SGGJ Girls College, Raikot, I; Kirandeep Kaur of Khalsa College for Women, Sidhwan Khurd, II. Instrumental Music (Punjabi folk) — Gursewak Singh of Government College, Karamsar I. Indian Classical Music (Vocal) — Gurpreet Kaur, SGGJ, Girls College Raikot. Orchestra — Government College, Karamsar, I. Geet — Vishav Bharti of L.R.DAV College, Jagraon, I; Dhanwant Singh of GHG Khalsa College, Gurusar Sudhar, II; Anju Rani Verma of SGGJ Girls College, Raikot, III. Ghazal — Veerpal Kaur of Khalsa College for Women, Sidhwan Khurd, I; Jatinder Singh of L.R.DAV College, Jagraon, II; Gurjit Kaur of GGS Khalsa College, Jagraon, III. Folk song — Anudeep Kaur of GHG Khalsa College, Gurusar Sudhar, I; Gagandeep Kaur of GGS Khalsa College, Kamalpura, II; and Pawanjeet Kaur of KCW, Sidhwan Khurd, III. Giddha: L.R.DAV College, Jagraon, I; GTB National College, Dakha, II; and GHG Khalsa College, Gurusar Sudhar, III.

PU colleges to get NOCs

Following assurance by government officials regarding issuing no objection certificates (NOCs) to various colleges of Panjab University for starting technical courses, including BCA, PGDCA and MSc (IT), the row between the PU colleges and the Punjab Government has come to an end.

Earlier, all those colleges that had applied for any technical course this year had been denied NOCs by the government on the grounds that all such courses would now be handed over to Punjab Technical University and colleges affiliated with any other university would not be allowed to start any such course. Besides, there was also a proposal that fresh admissions to technical courses already being run in PU colleges would also be stopped from the current academic session.

But recent telephonic messages to all colleges by higher education officers regarding the assurance of NOCs has given the authorities some relief. These colleges, which had already invested lakhs of rupees on infrastructure and appointment of faculty before getting affiliation from Panjab University, felt quite satisfied when they were told to continue with the admission process.

Such colleges, which would now be getting NOCs, include Guru Gobind Singh Khalsa College for Women at Kamalpura village for BCA and PGDCA, Mata Ganga College for Women at Kotan and Guru Nanak National College at Doraha for BCA, and A.S. College for Women at Khanna for PGDCA. The college authorities had been demanding that such a restriction be cancelled for it was very difficult for them to apply for double affiliation. Besides, they had said the Punjab Government should not enforce the new regulation as they were not satisfied with the working of the PTU. They claimed that the PTU was granting affiliation to centres operating in small outlets with inadequate infrastructure and under-qualified staff. Instead, they had said they were satisfied with the working of the PU where well-defined norms were being observed for affiliation, admission and conducting of examination.

The principals of these colleges had claimed that that the PTU should instead restrict itself only to four-year engineering and pharmacy courses. Mr Tarsem Bahia, Principal of AS College at Khanna and Panjab University senator, said he had been opposing the move of the government for denying affiliation for two to three year courses that fall under general education pattern. He had said neither the Punjab Government nor the PTU authorities should interfere in the normal functioning of these courses being run by the Panjab University. He, however, now felt quite satisfied after the higher education authorities of the Punjab Government assured the colleges regarding the quick dispatch of NOCs.

Similarly, Mr Manjit Singh Khattra, Director of Guru Gobind Singh Khalsa College for Women at Kamalpura village, said although he had not received any written information but the Principal of the college had total him about a telephonic confirmation regarding the issuing of NOCs. He said in case the government had denied NOCs, the college had incurred a huge loss due to expenditure on the entire infrastructure. He said he had firmly decided not to go for affiliation with the PTU.

Lecture on women empowerment

The Department of Punjabi in the Guru Gobind Singh Khalsa College for Women, Kamalpura village, organised an extension lecture here yesterday.

The lecture “Empowerment of women”, was delivered by Dr Balwinder Kaur Brar from Punjabi University, Patiala. Others who were present on the occasion included Mr Vakil Singh Bassi, Mr Bahadur Singh Gill, the Principal of the college, Ms Kamaljeet Kaur, and teaching staff.

Speaking on the occasion, Dr Brar gave examples of women who had held high positions in India and abroad, However, several women were being exploited in society, she lamented.

She talked about exploitation of women by advertising companies, the role of women in family and society, challenges before women, their all-round development and contribution in eradication of corruption and drug addiction.

Ms Kamaljeet Kaur held a question-answer session with students and discussed some common problems.

Students felicitated at annual convocation

Terming higher education to be a prerequisite for development of a nation, authorities in Panjab University called upon leaders of various social and educational organisations to impress upon residents of their area to give top priority to education of their wards. The call came at the annual convocation and prize distribution function of Guru Gobind Singh Khalsa College for Women Kamalpura in Ludhiana district on Thursday.

More than 300 students were felicitated for their distinguished performance in academic and extracurricular fields. As many as 111 students received degrees in BA and BCA.

Addressing the function Dr S S Bahri, registrar and Dr S M Kant director youth welfare department, Panjab University claimed that countries like USA and Canada had achieved targeted development on the basis of quality of higher education and technological advancement. However, India possessing vast natural resources lagged behind even the poor countries.

“To achieve level of development as dreamt by our President Dr Abdul Kalam we will have to revise our priorities and focus our attention to improving our standards of education in general and in higher education in particular,” Dr Kant and Dr Bahri said.
Concerned over declining level of higher education in India the officials said only seven per cent Indians received higher education while more than 80 per cent Americans imbibed similar education.

Reading the progress report of the college Dr P K Growl principal claimed the institute had played a significant role in enabling rural girls get higher education at their door step. She applauded the staff of the college for inspiring students in exhibiting talent in various spheres.

A lesson in giving back to the country

Seated in a posh business office, Baljinder always had his mind drifting back to his motherland ever since he settled down in his family business at Hounslow in the Middlesex county of the United Kingdom. He had worked hard to climb the ladder of success ever since he started out in UK in mid-seventies.

When he became successful, his mother Pritam Kaur Hansra goaded him to work at making education available to girls in his native Kamalpura village.

“My brother and my mother always had a dream to do something for our village. We knew that finances were the first requirement for implementing any project, which we could afford having settled down decently. Sincerity in intention coupled with the drive to see the dream become reality led to the coming up of Guru Gobind Singh Khalsa College for Women, Kamalpura,” says Amarjeet Singh Hansra, brother of Baljinder.

He also helps his brother with the family business and is here currently overlooking the running of the college. Baljinder visits the college at least thrice a year, besides, a phone call daily to update himself with the progress on the college campus.

The campus with its green environs and computer labs offers fine facilities to the students.

The college also houses a separate wing in the building for students of B.Ed classes and the campus, at the moment, also holds classes for classes IX, X, XI and Girls’ Senior Secondary School.

Another highlight of the non-aided colleges is the special bus service for the students. The buses picks students from at least 40 adjoining villages. The campus has special hostel facilities for girls. A generator set looks after the electricity supply during power tripping.

A girl student says, “It was difficult for us to travel to the nearest town, Gurusar Sudhar, for our education after schools. Many girls in the nearby villages dropped out after their matriculation. Our college is a big asset to girl education.”

The foundation stone of the college was laid down on March 22, 1998, and the classes here began in 2000. The college is affiliated with Panjab University.

Amarjeet Singh is also associated with the rural games in the village, which take place annually from January 28 to 31. The event features volleyball, hockey, football and kabaddi. "Both of us brothers feel contented when our mother says it is good that we are able to do something for our village,” Amarjeet said.

GURJINDER SINGH Versus STATE OF PUNJAB Crl Misc 46506-M of 2006


DATE OF DECISION : 31.10.2006

Gurjinder Singh .... PETITIONER
State of Punjab ..... RESPONDENT


Mr. J.S. Chahal, Advocate, for the petitioner.
Mr. N.S. Gill, AAG, Punjab.

Petitioner Gurjinder Singh has filed this petition under Section 439 of the Code of Criminal Procedure for the grant of regular bail in case FIR No. 180 dated 19.7.2003 registered at Police Station Model Town Ludhiana under Sections 363, 364, 365, 506, 120-B IPC and Section 25-A of the Arms Act.

I have heard the arguments of learned counsel for the parties and gone through the contents of the FIR.

The aforesaid FIR was registered on the allegation that daughter of the complainant was studying in Guru Gobind Singh College, Ludhiana and when she was dropped in the college by the complainant in a
private vehicle, soon thereafter, the petitioner kidnapped her by making her to sit on the motor cycle at the gun point.

The petitioner is in custody since 23.7.2003. Counsel for the respondent-State has informed that in this case, out of 14 prosecution witnesses, only two witnesses have been examined so far. On September 25, 2006, the State Counsel made statement that on October 26, 2006, the prosecutrix (daughter of the complainant) will be positively examined, but till today, she has not been examined. Counsel for the petitioner contends that daughter of the complainant is now living happily with her husband and the petitioner was having love affairs with her. He further contends that the aforesaid FIR was registered on false facts because the complainant was serving as Superintendent of Police.

Keeping in view the custody period and the fact that the trial is not likely to conclude soon, without expressing any opinion on the merits of the case, I deem it appropriate to grant regular bail to the petitioner and he is, accordingly, ordered to be released on bail subject to his furnishing bail bonds to the satisfaction of the trial court.


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