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Government Polytechnic College Chhehrta, Amritsar, Punjab



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Government Polytechnic College Chhehrta, Amritsar, Punjab
Address:G.T. Road, Chhehrta
Near Guru Nanak Dev University
Amritsar (District Amritsar)
Punjab, India
Pin Code : 143104


Government Polytechnic College Chhehrta, Amritsar Punjab is a recognised institute / college. Government Polytechnic College Chhehrta, Amritsar Punjab was established on / in 1965.


Principal of Government Polytechnic College Chhehrta, Amritsar Punjab is Dr Piara Singh Gill, M.Pharm, Ph.D., Now Narinder Singh, +91-94173-82868.

Government Polytechnic College Chhehrta, Amritsar Punjab is situated in Amritsar of Punjab state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Amritsar comes under Amritsar Tehsil, Amritsar District.

Fax # of Government Polytechnic College Chhehrta, Amritsar Punjab is 0183-2258269.

Contact Person(s) of the Government Polytechnic College Chhehrta, Amritsar Punjab is (are): Bhupinder Singh, M.Sc.(Physics-98148-98805), Balwinder Singh (M. Pharm 99880-82968).

Mobile No(s) of concerned persons at Government Polytechnic College Chhehrta, Amritsar Punjab are 9914147049, 99880-82968, 9501113460.

email ID(s) is Government Polytechnic College Chhehrta Amritsar Punjab

Website of Government Polytechnic College Chhehrta, Amritsar Punjab is www.gpamritsar.org.


Contact Details of Government Polytechnic College Chhehrta, Amritsar Punjab are : 0183-2258269, 5028837, 2451114


Courses

B.Pharmacy, Diploma in Engineering


Government Polytechnic College Chhehrta, Amritsar Punjab runs course(s) in Polytechnic, Pharmacy stream(s).

Government Polytechnic College Chhehrta is affiliated with Punjab State Board of Technical Education and Industrial Training, Chandigarh (Punjab)



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Preserve ozone layer: experts

Ozone gas in the stratosphere around the earth helped in absorbing the ultra-violet rays and reflecting back the infrared rays. These rays, if entered the earth in large quantity will lead to rise in temperature thus adversely affect the flora and fauna and cause an increase in skin cancer, cataract, visual impairment, change in crop pattern and genetic changes in life on earth.

The Bharat Jan Gyan Vigyan Jatha held a function at Govt Polytechnic College for Women, Rishi Nagar, here last evening to mark the International Day for the Preservation of Ozone Layer.

Dr Arun Mitra, general secretary of the jatha, while delivering the theme lecture to students and teachers of the college, said the depletion of ozone layer was occurring as a result of human activity.

He further pointed out that an average American put 36 times the load on environment as compared to an average person in the developing country. Because of this there was a rise in global temperature. This, could have disastrous consequences with melting of glaciers and rise in sea level.

Dr Rajinder Pal Singh Aulakh said with the entry of MNCs in the country under the WTO, the biodiversity of the country was under great threat. They were patenting even the age-old bio-products of the country, which had been used by the people.

Top honours for Govt Polytechnic

In the sprawling 20 acres of land in Rishi Nagar stands the imposing building of Government Polytechnic for Women built by the aid of World Bank. September 7 will be a red letter day for the college as it will receive the best Polytechnic College of Northern Region Award for the year 2000-2001. The Principal, Mrs H.K.Toor, will be receiving the award at the Technical Teachers’ Training Institute, Chandigarh.

Satguru Ram Singh College for Technical Education was established in 1994 and in a few years time the college has progressed by leaps and bounds. The basic aim of the college was to empower women through education so that girls could stand on their feet and become economically independent

The college offers a lot many diploma courses of 3 to 4 years duration courses. All the courses are so designed that after completion of the courses, the girls find placements and are gainfully employed. The courses are varied like diploma in garment manufacturing, modern office practices, diploma in computer engineering, which got started in year 1996, and one-and-a-half-year post diploma in computer application.

Since the project was executed by the World Bank, it has well equipped tailoring and computer laboratories, spacious playgrounds and a hostel that can accommodate 300 students who come from all over Punjab. These girls after finishing their courses are employed in various industries. Some become entrepreneurs and according to the Principal two girls are drawing extremely good salaries at a local industry.

The boys are also given training in refrigeration and airconditioning, and are taught to be radio and T.V. mechanics. This wing also leads to the transfer of technology, provides technical support services in rural areas.

Mrs Toor informed that the programmes are need based. After imparting education to particular villages, the courses are started in other need-based villages. More than a thousand have been trained so far and almost all of them have found employment or are self-employed. The college guides the students how to procure loans to start their own enterprise.

The Central Government is funding the community programmes whereas state government is funding the Government Polytechnic for Women.

A new course in linking machines got underway yesterday and special trainers from Dubai have come to train girls. As soon as they finish the course, the industry will absorb them. The industrialists want more and more girls trained in the polytechnic and are willing to spend money on machines, training and trainers as they want to emulate the pattern of Korea and China. In those countries women are manning more industries. Top exporters of Ludhiana want more and more girls trained. These women are paid transportation charges.

Thanks to the smooth running of the institutions in a professional manner by the Principal and the able staff, the institute has brought sunshine into lives of many destitute girls. No wonder institute has won the best polytechnic award.

Govt polytechnics extension centre inaugurated

A new extension centre of the Government Institute of Textile Chemistry and Knitting Technology was inaugurated at Mundiani Kalan here yesterday.

This will be the sixth extension centre for the implementation of the Community Development Scheme, operated by the Ministry of Human Resource and Development, Government of India. The centre was inaugurated by Mr S.R. Kaler, Additional Deputy Commissioner, and chairman of the management committee of polytechnics.

With the main centre of this scheme at Rishi Nagar, the other five extension centres are at Bhanot, Lalton, Mini Chhapar, Chuharpur and Laddowal villages. Under the scheme, 900 unemployed rural youth have to be trained every year for any of the 10 job-oriented courses. These courses include cutting and tailoring, fashion designing, textile designing, textile chemistry, refrigeration and air-conditioning, textile dyeing and calico printing, computer applications, flat machine printing and radio and television mechanics.

‘‘The admissions at all the centres, including the one at Mundiani Kalan, are complete,’’ informed Mr Darshan Singh Blasi, Principal at the main centre at Rishi Nagar.



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