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JC DAV College, Dasuya, Punjab
JC DAV College, Dasuya, Punjab
Dasuya (District Hoshiarpur)
JC DAV College, Dasuya Punjab is a recognised institute / college.
Principal of JC DAV College, Dasuya Punjab is Dr K.N. Kaul, now Dr Rajesh K Mahajan (Mobile 9872986601).
JC DAV College is situated in Dasuya of Punjab state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Dasuya comes under Hoshiarpur Tehsil, Hoshiarpur District.
Residence Phone No(s) of concerned peron(s) of JC DAV College, Dasuya Punjab is (are) : 285894, 286800.
Mobile No(s) of concerned persons at JC DAV College, Dasuya Punjab are 9872886601, 0941845300, 09419194683, 9872986601.
email ID(s) is
Website of JC DAV College, Dasuya Punjab is www.jcdavdasuya.org.
Contact Details of JC DAV College, Dasuya Punjab are : Telephone: +91-1883-286600, 286700, 503601, 2888889
Email Id: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
Hostel and Bus facility available for girls.
NAAC accredited with Grade A
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CoursesJC DAV College, Dasuya Punjab runs course(s) in Degree stream(s).
B.Sc. (Biotechnology) etc, BCA, B.Com, M.Sc, MA, PGDCA
Approval details: JC DAV College is affiliated with Panjab University, Chandigarh (Chandigarh)
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M.Sc. (Chemistry, Physics, Zoology), M.A. (English), M.Sc.(Maths), B.Sc. (Bio Technology) (Admission Notice)
Invites application for the post of Principal (Job Vacancy)
Admission For Few Vacant seats (Admission Notice)
Wanted Assistant Proffesor (Job Vacancy)
B Ed Courses (Job Vacancy)
Lecturer in Chemistry and Physics etc (Job Vacancy)
Electrical Manager (Job Vacancy)
Assistant Proffesor on adhoc basis (Job Vacancy)
M Sc Mathmatics (Admission Notice)
MSc in Physics Chemistry and Zoology etc (Admission Notice)
Assistant Proffessor in Chemistry and Zoology etc (Job Vacancy)
MSc in Physics and PGDCA etc (Admission Notice)
Asstt Professor in Organic Farming (Job Vacancy)
BCA,BCom,MA,MSc and PGDCA etc (Admission Notice)
Lady Hostel Warden and Lab Attendent etc (Job Vacancy)
Asstt Professor on adhoc basis (Job Vacancy)
Asstt Professor on Contractual basis (Job Vacancy)
MSc in BSc, BCA and BCom etc (Admission Notice)
MA, BSc and PGDCA Courses etc (Admission Notice)
JC DAV College Dasauya da result shaandar (News)
Bhashan pratiyogita me Simrat first (News)
College me sports meet 14 ko (News)
University me naam roshan karne wale Students sammanit (News)
Clerks with Computer Proficiency (Job Vacancy)
NSS wing ne lagaya Blood donation and Medical Camp (News)
Bodhik sampado adhikar par Lecture pratiyogita (News)
Annual Convocation 2013 (Convocation)
Dishant Samaroh ka ayojan (News)
Kavita first in PU (News)
Kalpana Sharma first in MSc Physics (News)
Asstt Professor on adhoc basis (Job Vacancy)
Captain MS Rana awarded (News)
BCom and MSc courses (Admission Notice)
BSc in Biotech (Admission Notice)
MSc Physics (Admission Notice)
Rakesh Pandit and Manjinder Singh new Director (News)
Talent hunt program (News)
2000 students participated in Youth fest (News)
Students enjoyed in Youth Fest (News)
Youth Fest held (News)
Media coverage of JC DAV College, Dasuya Punjab, Punjab
PU improves youth festival schedulePanjab University (PU) this time will be able to field its best team in the youth festival for the national-level contest organised by the Association of Indian Universities (AIU) each year.
For the past over a decade the university has not been able to finish its zonal and inter-zonal festivals before the national-level contest, resulting in the university sending the previous year’s winners. The festival of the AIU is scheduled from January 12.
The university is on the verge of completing its zonal festivals. The university is divided into 11 zones; two at Chandigarh, four at Ludhiana, two at Hoshiarpur and three at Ferozepore.
Dr Iqbal Singh Dhillon, Director of the Youth Services, is happy with the proceedings and said a major problem in sending the team for the AIU festival earlier was the selection of the team. As the university was unable to finish its inter-zonal festival on time, the list of participants could not be prepared from the current year’s winners.
The average strength of a contingent in a zonal university festival is about 150. In the AIU festival, one team was expected to send only 32 members, including teachers and department representatives. The inter-zonal festival of the PU is scheduled between December 18 and December 23 at JC DAV College, Dasuya (Hoshiarpur).
Dr Dhillon said the highlight of the university youth festivals this time had been the higher level of participation. The festivals also saw the contribution of students in the organisation of the festivals which was a positive sign.
The AIU festival had fewer events as compared to the festivals. The university festivals have contests in 25 events. These include light music, orchestra, classical dance, drama, histrionics, drawing, cartooning, quiz and creative writing. Punjabi folk songs and dances are the most popular events.
Participation in PU youth festivals is open to all bona fide students of the university and affiliated colleges who have not attained the age of 26 on July 1 of the relevant session. A student cannot participate in more than three items. Students of plus two are not allowed to participate.
The organising committee has mentioned that students going to other institutions during festivals are expected to carry along their identity cards. Indiscipline, drinking (alcohol), vulgar and obscene songs , undignified acts and absence from their residential quarters between 11 pm and 6 am can lead to disciplinary action and disqualification from the festival.
Zonal youth festival gets under wayThe four-day Panjab University Zonal Heritage and Zonal Youth Festival, Hoshiarpur B-Zone started at JC DAV College, Dasuya, 40 km, from here, today. Mahant Ram Parkash Dass, former minister, inaugurated the morning session and Mr Sukhwinder Pal Singh, Additional Deputy Commissioner (General), Hoshiarpur, presided over the evening session.
Principal Dr K. N. Kaul apprised the audience of the objective of the programme.
The following were the winners of the opening session.
Creative Writing — essay writing, poetry and story writing: JC DAV College, Dasuya. Sithania, Government. College, Tanda, ghori and suhag (Lami Haque): JC DAV College, Dasuya, Kavishari: JC DAV College, Dasuya; vaar singing: GTB Khalsa College for Women, Dasuya; kali singing: JC DAV College, Dasuya; naqqals: JC DAV College, Dasuya; pakhi making: GTB Khalsa College, Dasuya: crochet: GGDSD College, Hariana; phulkari: GN Khalsa College, Shamchaursi; knitting: GTB Khalsa College, Dasuya; mehandi: JC DAV College, Dasuya; dasuti knitting, Government. College, Hoshiarpur.
Barnala: Government Ripudaman College, Nabha, and Government College, Malerkotla, have excelled on the first day of the three-day Punjabi University, Sangrur Zone, Youth Festival.
The festival hosted by S.D.College of Education, Barnala, began here yesterday.
Dr R.S. Ghuman, Dean, College Development Council, Punjabi University, Patiala, who was the chief guest of the afternoon sessions of the inaugural day, gave away prizes and trophies to the winning teams.
Government Ripudaman College, Nabha, secured first positions in group song, geet/ghazal and clay-modelling contests.
Government College, Malerkotla, got top positions in Punjabi folk-dance giddha, rangoli and clay-modelling competitions.
DAVs outclass rivals to emerge athletics champsThe local DAV College, Sector 10, and JC DAV College, Dasuya, were adjudged champions in the Annual Panjab University Inter-College Athletics Championship for session 2006-07. The meet concluded at the PU grounds here today.
Both colleges secured 34 points each in men and women sections. Joginder Singh (Chandigarh) and Amandeep Singh (Ludhiana) shared the Best Athlete Trophy under men’s section while Satwant Kaur (Dasuya) was adjudged the Best Athlete under the women’s section.
Javelin throw: Satinder (Chandigarh) 1, Jarnail (Muktsar) 2, Kulwant (Moga)3.
Triple jump: Balkar (Chandigarh) 1, Harvinder (Chandigarh) 2, Jaswinder (Chandigarh) 3.
High jump: Gurdeep (Chandigarh) 1, Amandeep (Chandigarh) 2, Devi (Chandigarh) 3.
10, 000 m: Mandeep (Mahilpur) 1, Kamaljit (Chandigarh) 2, Kanwaljit (Chandigarh) 3.
400-m hurdles: Amandeep (Abohar) 1, Mukhtiar (Hariana) 2, Amandeep (Chandigarh) 3.
200 m: Amandeep (Ludhiana) 1, Vikram (Chandigarh) 2, Sachin (Chandigarh) 3.
800 m: Surinder (Chandigarh) 1, Sarabjit (Hariana) 2, Kanwalpreet (Mahilpur) 3.
Long jump: Satwant (Dasuya) 1, Jasvir (Hariana) 2, Daljit (Chandigarh) 3.
Hammer throw: Kamaljit (Hariana) 1, Mandeep (Ludhiana) 2, Randeep (Jhakrodi) 3.
10,000 m: Rajdeep (Ludhiana) 1, Maninder (Mahilpur) 2, Ravinderjit (Dasuya) 3.
Triple jump: Satwant (Dasuya) 1, Kamaljit (Hariana) 2, Ramandeep (Hariana) 3.
400-m hurdles: Satwant (Dasuya) 1, Ramandeep (Hariana) 2, Amanjot (Chandigarh) 3.
200 m: Akhwinder (Khanna) 1, Ramandeep (Ludhiana) 2, Amandeep (Chandigarh) 3.
Shot put: Hardeep (Ludhiana) 1, Manjeet (Chandigarh) 2, Sakshi (Chandigarh) 3.
800 m: Anupama (Mahilpur) 1, Priyanka (Mahilpur) 2, Rajvir (Ludhiana) 3.
Men (Evening and Education Colleges)
1500 m: Ramesh (Abohar) 1, Kulwinder (Jalalbad) 2, Tejbir (Sadhar) 3.
Discuss throw: Ravinder (Daudhar) 1, Prabhjot (Dhudike) 2, Harjit (Sadhar) 3.
High jump: Arun (Chandigarh) 1, Pardeep (Moga) 2, Jagdeep (Talwandi) 3.
400 m: Sumeet (Chandigarh) 1, Tarandeep (Sadhar) 2, Jagdeep (Talwandi) 3.
100 m: Jagdeep (Talwandi) 1, Summet (Chandigarh) 2, Pardeep (Moga) 3.
Javelin throw: Ajay (Sadhar) 1, Pardeep (Moga) 2, Ravinder (Daudhar) 3.
800 m: Bhiwani (Sadhar) 1, Kulwinder (Jalalabad) 2, Gurdarshan (Ludhiana) 3.
4x100 m Relay: Sarabjit, Kuldip, Bhupinder, Tarandeep (Sadhar) 1, Summet, Mohna, Hardeep, Arun (Chandigarh) 2, Jagdeep, Sia Ram, Krishan, Kulwinder (Jalalabad) 3.
Government to provide job opportunitiesThere are more than 30 lakh unemployed youths in Punjab for whom the state government is trying to provide job opportunities. This was stated by Capt Amarinder Singh, Punjab Chief Minister while addressing a gathering on the concluding function of the five-day Inter Zonal Youth Festival at JC DAV College, Dasuya, 40 km from here today.
He said an Information and Technology Park was being set up in 5,000 acres at Ropar which would provide employment to about one lakh youths.
He said many industrialists of foreign countries had agreed to set up units in Punjab.
The Project Approval Board of Punjab had granted permission for setting up industrial units of Rs 7,000 crore in state during the past month. Permission for setting up more industrial units of similar amount was being given by it during this month.
With the setting up of these industries, the economic growth of Punjab would certainly improved, he said.
He said a four-lane road had been completed from Jalandhar to Bhogpur which would further be extended to Pathankot. Over bridge at the Dasuya railway crossing would soon be constructed. A deep tubewell would be installed at Dasuya town and financial assistance would also be provided to its municipal council for providing basic and modern civic amenities to its inhabitants.
He said the government would provide financial assistance for setting up a physics laboratory for MSc at JC DAV College, Dasuya. He gave away prizes to the winners of various events.
Mr Partap Singh Bajwa, Minister for Public Works, Mr Romesh Chander Dogra, Minister for Health and Family Welfare, Mr Kirandeep Singh Bhullar, Deputy Commissioner, Mr Dinkar Gupta, DIG, Jalandhar Police Range, Mr Lok Nath Angra, SSP, Hoshiarpur, and local Congress leaders were present on the occasion.
Mr V.K. Sharma, Principal of JC DAV College, while briefing about the college activities said more than 1,200 students from 110 colleges participated in the Inter-Zonal Youth Festival.
Meanwhile, the Chief Minister charged the BJP with trying to destabilise Congress government in various states keeping in view the forthcoming Lok Sabha poll.
Addressing a press conference at Dasuya, the Chief Minister said that the BJP was doing it to gain power at the Centre.
He alleged that the BJP was encouraging dissidence in Congress Legislature parties in seven out of the 11 Congress-ruled states, including Punjab, with the aim of toppling governments.
Replying to a question, he said there was not a single written complaint of corruption against any member of his Cabinet.
PU condition for colleges affiliationThe Panjab University Senate, at its meeting, here today, decided any college applying for affiliation to Panjab University would have to ensure recruitment of NET-qualified staff within three months of getting affiliation, especially in the case of Science classes. The same would be cancelled if they failed to do so within the stipulated time. The fee of the students of the college in question would also be refunded.
The decision was taken after Dr Rabindra Nath pointed out that the JC DAV College, Dasuya, was employing faculty which did not fulfill the qualifications laid down by the university. He said that their entire set up needed to be examined. The Vice-Chancellor, Prof K.N. Pathak, said that if found guilty of violating university requirements, the affiliation of the college would be cancelled. He said that after the decision no Senator should interfere in the matter. Mr Ashok Goyal said that no Senator would plead the case of the college provided they were assured that the fee of the students would be refunded. The affiliation of Guru Nanak College, Abohar, was also put on hold.
The vacant posts in various departments, the reduction in number of options being made available to students, the step-motherly treatment to the subjects of Hindi and Sanskrit and absence of suitable candidates for the various Chairs established by the university was also discussed.
Dr Keshav Malhotra pointed out that the Department had repeatedly sent its requirement for teachers in Sanskrit to the VC office but to no avail. He said that the Department of evening studies was “suffering” because of shortage of staff.
Prof Pathak said that though he was aware of the vacancies in the departments, appointments in the university were need-based only. “We act only if the Department says it needs more faculty. Their demand is based on the existing workload of the Department,” he stated even as member protested over the argument they were being given. Principal R.C. Jeewan spoke about the university being unable to fill the Dayanand Chair in the absence of a suitable candidate.
Another item which generated a debate was that of appointments of lecturers to the Department of Biophysics, Sanskrit and English. The VC was in favour of transferring two posts of lecturers to the main department and making appointments for these to justify the workload. However, this was unacceptable to the members and Prof P.P. Arya raised his objection. He was supported by Prof M.R. Aggarwal who quoted the university calendar to substantiate his claim. The item was finally referred back top the review committee to give need-based recommendations with regard to Sanskrit while the demand for lecturers in Biophysics was rejected.
The Senate decided that the item pertaining to regularizing the two staff members of the Regional Resource Centre would be passed if the posts had been advertised. The house was assured that the seniority of the other staff would not be affected.
The VC withdrew the item about Principal S.S. Randhawa who has allegedly committed fraud by changing his date of birth was withdrawn by Prof Pathak who said that the case does not pertain to the Senate.
The confirmation of Dr Rakesh Datta, a Reader at the Centre for Defence and National Security Studies, was deferred. He was conveyed the displeasure of the House for supplying wrong information at the time of his appointment.
While the Senate promoted five library assistants as Assistant Librarians, the case of five others was sent back to the committee for review. While Dr R.D. Anand was in favour send all the names back to the committee, Mr Dharinder Tayal staunchly supported clearing promotions of all those candidates whose eligibility had been verified.
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