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BCM College of Education, Ludhiana, Punjab
BCM College of Education, Ludhiana, Punjab
Address:Sector 32-A, Urban Estate, Samrala Road
Ludhiana (District Ludhiana)
Punjab, IndiaPin Code : 141010
BCM College of Education, Ludhiana Punjab is a recognised institute / college. BCM College of Education, Ludhiana Punjab was established on / in 1998.
BCM College of Education, Ludhiana Punjab is situated in Ludhiana of Punjab state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Ludhiana comes under Ludhiana Tehsil, Ludhiana District.
Residence Phone No(s) of concerned peron(s) of BCM College of Education, Ludhiana Punjab is (are) : +91-161-2573533.
Mobile No(s) of concerned persons at BCM College of Education, Ludhiana Punjab are 98141-00916, 98148-14477.
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Website of BCM College of Education, Ludhiana Punjab is www.bcminstitutes.com.
Contact Details of BCM College of Education, Ludhiana Punjab are : Telephone: +91-161-5005817, 2223252, 2643252
Principals Telephone: +91-161-665133
Number of seats in BCM College of Education, Ludhiana Punjab is 180.
BCM College of Education, Ludhiana Punjab runs course(s) in Education stream(s).
BCM College of Education is affiliated with Panjab University, Chandigarh (Chandigarh)
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Education, remedy for all ills of society: ExpertBCM College of Education today celebrated ‘Rapport Day’ in order to bridge the gap between theory and practice. A function was held by the subject societies of science, home science, economics, maths and social sciences.
Former principal of GHG College of Education, Gususar Sadhar, B.S. Bajwa, at present settled in Canada, was the chief guest. Principal Dr Khushvinder Kumar welcomed the guests and congratulated the subject societies of the college. He stressed on the need for creative teachers for the upliftment of the society. Bajwa motivated the teacher trainees to excel in their fields and contribute in shaping the future of the country. He said education was the remedy for all ills of the society. "So, bring logical and rational thinking in life," he said.
A cultural function was held in which different themes were touched as environmental education, human rights, indiscipline, global warming, women education etc. After the function, a meeting was held with the principals of various city schools to discuss teaching practices to bring quality in education. Principals of 14 government schools of the city took part in the discussion and provided their valuable suggestions to improve teaching.
Annual convocation at BCM CollegeThe 7th Annual convocation session 2005-06 was held at BCM College of Education here today. Dr H S Soch was the chief guest. Mr Satyanand Munjal presided over the prize distribution function. Mr S K Mehta and Mr R B Khanna were also present in this occasion.
The principals of various BCM institutions were also present on the occasion. Principal Dr Ramesh Saadhu welcomed the guest and presented annual report of the current session. Dr Soch distributed degrees to students. He advised the teachers that in this era of globalisation and knowledge explosion, they should be well equipped with new knowledge and technologies so that they can meet challenges of future.
Mr Munjal also congratulated the degree holders. He also distributed prizes to students of previous session in which Ramandeep and Karuna Mittal had stood first in university examination 2005.
IT skills must for modern teacherA national level conference on ICT enabled teacher education was held at the BCM College of Education here yesterday. The conference aimed to serve as a forum for various stakeholders to discuss the role of ICT (information communication technology) skills among the teachers.
The event was presided over by Mr Mahesh Chand Munjal, Director, Hero Cycles. The keynote address was presented by Dr H.S. Soch, former VC, Guru Nanak Dev University while the inaugural session was given effect by Dr Surjit Singh, Director of Computer Sciences of the university, and two senior professors from GNE.
Dr Neelam Luthra from Sohan Lal DAV College, Ambala, presented a lecture on methods and strategies to be used while teaching. Ms Kuldip, senior lecturer from the host college, delivered talk on integrated teacher education curriculum. Prof Preetinder Singh and Prof Parvinder Singh from GNE spoke on issues like modern classroom teaching using the integrated technology.
A final year student of electronics from GNE presented analytical paper on head tracking system and his punch line was virtual reality is not for away. Dr Ramesh Sandhu, Principal of the host college, emphasised on the importance of the conference whose aim was to prepare the teachers for the digital world enabling computer information as well as integrated literacy.
College students get degreesThe fifth annual convocation of the BCM College of Education was held here this morning. The Registrar, Panjab University, Prof Paramjit Singh, was the chief guest. As many as 119 students were given degrees.
Addressing the students, the Registrar said they had to work hard as they were builders of the nation. Moreover, they had to shape the character of the students.
The annual report was read by Dr S.K. Nanda, Director of the college. Fifty-seven toppers were honoured.
Harneet Billing secured first position in the college, while Puja Soni and Satinder Kaur secured second and third position, respectively, in the examination conducted in 2003.
Three students were awarded college colours. Harneet Billing was awarded for academics, whereas Harmander Singh Kang and Paramjit Kaur received colours for excellence in cultural activities.Mr Satyanand Munjal, Co-chairman, Hero Cycles, thanked the chief guest and congratulated the students.
Photographer who loves adventureAn intrepid young boy in twenties, Jessu Jaskamnwar, undertook a journey to Ladakh on a non-geared bicycle in 1996 to take photographs of the breath-taking beauty of Ladakh and make people aware of the fragile ecology of the region.
Jessu, Jaskamnwar, a B.Ed student of BCM College of Education, is holding an exhibition of his photographs of Ladakh and Himachal Pradesh at the college. It is obvious from the photographs that he is greatly enamoured of natural beauty of hills, dales and water falls. His lens has captured the rich natural beauty of Ladakh.
He says, “I never took any lessons in photography. I learnt by trial and error. I started with an ordinary ‘Hot Shot’ camera. I undertook the hazardous journey to give the message to people to save environment. Naturally, I was scared at times. I ran out of rations and water. I was severely dehydrated and when I returned home, I looked like a prisoner that had escaped from a ‘Nazi Camp’. Army men were helpful to me as they gave me rations.”
Undeterred by the hardships of the first trip, he again undertook a cycling trip to Ladakh, but this time with 15 boys to start with which dwindled to 5 persons. The foreigners they met on the way thought them to be crazy to be using non-geared cycles, but Jessu Jaskamnwar says, “Since no one sponsored the trip, we could not afford geared cycles. A cycle trip provides one with a lot of opportunities to shoot pictures. One has to rest when tired, so one has plenty of time to pick nice angles. Moreover, we wanted to tell the people that if one can use cycles to reach Ladhak, then surely people can use cycles for shopping and covering short distances and save the environment.”
His photographs titled ‘Chalo dildar chale’ shows a few mountain horses leisurely strolling whereas ‘Mountain sculpture’ impresses with beautifully mountains formed by erosion. Other photographs like ‘Road to Chushul,’ ‘Lush green Indus valley water’ have captured the beauty of landscape.
Jessu Jaskamnwar has an insatiable appetite for adventure and again took a trip on cycle in 2000. He carried information about AIDS and shared it with people of Ladakh. He even went up to Kargil, and Siachan Glacier.
He has worked as a photojournalist with two English dailies. He says, “As a teacher, I can reach to students at the grassroots level. If I am able to motivate a few students to save the environment, I think I will be satisfied.”
BCM college convocation“Higher Education is the basic investment for development of any country. The government has to pay attention to higher education and cannot wash its hands off it by saying it has no funds,” said Professor Ramesh Kumar, Dean, CDC, Panjab University, Chandigarh, in his address to 120 students who received B.Ed degrees this morning at the BCM College of Education. Professor Kumar said that our evaluation system has to change. The teachers will have to accept the evaluation done by students and it will be made an integral part of education.
He advised the authorities to get their college to apply for accreditation, as NAAC (National Assessment and Accreditation Council), an independent body, is grading colleges. All colleges have to be accredited by December, 2003, he said. Congratulating all 120 students of the college for getting first class, he said it was more important for them to display first class human behaviour also. Higher education is greatly subsidised and only serious students should go for it.
Harpreet Kaur and Jyoti Prashar stood first, while Parveen Sharma was declared second in the examination. Cheena Sanmotra was declared third. Forty three students received prizes for excellence in one subject or other. Mr Om Parkash Munjal presided over the function.
Teacher taught relationship improving: seminarSeveral lecturers and students of local education colleges participated in a seminar on “Modern education”, organised at BCM College of Education here today.
Reading out her paper, Dr Satpal Grewal, lecturer, Malwa Central College of Education, compared modern education with the modes used in the yesteryear. She said that the teacher-taught relationship had improved remarkably in the past few years.
Dr Nirupama Modgil, lecturer of the host college, spoke on “Role of computers in education”. Describing the merits and demerits of computers in education, she emphasised that computers could never replace teachers.
Ms Parveen Sharma, a student of the host college, presented her paper on “Environmental education”. She said that there was a need to introduce environmental education as a compulsory subject in view of its increasing degradation.
Harpreet Kaur, another student of the host college, spoke on ‘Improvement in higher education’. She said that for bringing out any improvements in the education system, teachers needed to be made accountable.
The chief guest on the occasion was Dr D.R. Vij, ex-Principal, Government College of Education. Also present were Dr Ravinder, principal, Malwa Central College of Education, and Mr S.K. Nanda, principal of the host college.
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