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DAV College of Education, Abohar, Punjab
Abohar (District Ferozepur)
Punjab, India



DAV College of Education, Abohar Punjab is a recognised institute / college. DAV College of Education, Abohar Punjab is managed by Society: D.A.V. College Managing Committee. New Delhi. DAV College of Education, Abohar Punjab was established on / in 1968.


Principal of DAV College of Education, Abohar Punjab is Dr (Mrs) Venita Singh Lekhi.

DAV College of Education, Abohar Punjab is situated in Abohar of Punjab state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Fax # of DAV College of Education, Abohar Punjab is 01634-220296.

Residence Phone No(s) of concerned peron(s) of DAV College of Education, Abohar Punjab is (are) : +91-1634-221113, 227127, 220296, 229594.

Mobile No(s) of concerned persons at DAV College of Education, Abohar Punjab are +91-98888-67127, 89686-56239, 9417678575.

email ID(s) is DAV College of Education Abohar Punjab

Website of DAV College of Education, Abohar Punjab is www.davceduabh.org.

Chairman : Sh Varinder Kataria, Ex MP Rajya Sabha.

Contact Details of DAV College of Education, Abohar Punjab are : Telephone: +91-1634-220296, 227127, 229594, 220296
AJAY KHOSLA, ASST.PROFESSOR, 95014-53286

Principal
Principal Dr. Ranveer Pratap Asija (Mobile 98145-73501), M.Sc.(Hons).M.A.,M.Ed, Ph.D., Former Member Senate and Syndicate Panjab University, Chandigarh resigned. Then he joined Maharishi Dayanand College of Education, Abohar as Chairman and Principal.

Staff members:
Prof Ajay Khosla
Prof Vijay Grover
Prof Gurdeep Kaur
Prof Harpreet Kaur


Courses

M Ed 35 seats
B Ed 250 seats
ETT 50 seats or most probably 100 seats


DAV College of Education, Abohar Punjab runs course(s) in Education stream(s).

DAV College of Education is affiliated with Panjab University, Chandigarh (Chandigarh)


Profile of DAV College of Education

D.A.V. College of Education, Abohar is one of the leading teacher training institutions in Punjab. Established in 1968 by D.A.V.College Managing Committee, New Delhi, this institution has contributed a lot in spreading higher education in North India. Catering to the growing concern of our leaders to impart quality education to the students, it was felt that the objective can only be achieved if we have a sizable class of well trained teachers. Keeping in mind this purpose and vision, the college was established. The spacious college building is situated in D.A.V.CAMPUS spread over 25 acres of land. The college is equipped with latest infrastructure and well stocked library.

OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENTS
-In P.U. Convocation held in Jan, 2008 Our student Mr. Amit Juneja received University Gold Medal for securing First Position in M.Ed.(Gen)Examination 2006. & Ms. Sureshta Kumari received University Gold Medal for securing First Position in B.Ed(Gen.)Examination 2005.

-College secured 1st position in Zonal Youth and Heritage festival held at Dev Samaj College of Education, Ferozepur city by bagging maximum number of prizes (27 ) in the Zone C.

-College got three positions in 49th Panjab University Inter-Zonal Youth & Heritage festival in Knitting, Essay writing and Mimicry.

-Our student Parnam Singh got 1st Position in Histrionics in National level Youth Festival 'Jhankar 2008' organized by Punjab University, Chandigarh.

-Our student Mr. Jatinder Singh got 1st Position in All India Inter University National Youth Festival in Poster Making Category.(2007)

-Our Quiz team got 2nd position in Panjab University Inter Zonal Youth Festival held at D.A.V.College ,Sector 10, Chandigarh.(2007)

- In Punjab University Inter Zonal �Skill in Teaching and On The Spot Preparation of teaching Aids competition held at B.M.C. College of Education, Ludhiana our student Mr. Ashok Soni Bagged Ist Position in Teaching of Physical Education.

-In Punjab University Inter Zonal �Skill in Teaching and On The Spot Preparation of teaching Aids competition held at Dashmesh Girls College of Education, Badal (Distt.Mukatsar), our student Mr. Jagdish Kumar Bagged Ist Position in On the Spot Preparation of Teaching Aids in Teaching of Mathematics.

-Our Student Ramesh Kumar won 2 Gold Medals in 1500 Mtrs and Long Jump and one Silver Medal in 200 mtrs Race in Punjab University Sports Competitions in session 2006-2007.

-Asian Institute of Human Rights (Bhopal) awarded scholarship to our B.Ed Topper of 2006-07 session Ms. Bininderjit kaur as a part of their programme to select five students for scholarship from educational colleges of north India.

Profile of DAV College of Education, Abohar
DAV COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, ABOHAR was established in 1968 by DAV College Managing Committee, the biggest non-government educational organization in India headed by Padmashree Gian Prakash Chopra who was awarded Padmashree in 1999 for his remarkable contribution in the field of Education. Based on ten Principles of Arya Samaj, the College aims at and works actively for social, moral and spiritual upliftment of the society through its students. Special attention is paid to encourage and improve study of Hindi, Sanskrit, Vedic ideology and Values. It is the only college of Education in Punjab offering teaching of Sanskrit and Yoga Education. Utmost importance is given to inculcation of Moral Values. This college was started for the uplifment of Girls Education. The College is serving border area and most of the students are from villages.

The College is affiliated to Panjab University, Chandigarh and recognized by NCTE for 250 seats of B.Ed. and 25 seats of M.Ed. The College is situated in DAV Campus spread over 25 acres of land. On this campus there are other DAV Colleges also. There are some common facilities of DAV like play ground, auditorium, etc. that are shared by DAV College of Education. The College has One Principal, ten permanent lectures, eleven temporary full time lectures and one lecturer is on adhoc basis. The salaries of temporary and adhoc lectures are being paid by the management from their own funds. In addition to these, there is one Librarian, one Lecturer in Physical Education, one Music Teacher and one Computer Instructor. There are three technical staff and three administrative staff. The college has 18 computers and a library. There is an open access for M.Ed. students only. The Library is under computerization.

The B.Ed. students are admitted on the basis of common entrance test conducted by the University of the State. There are three Universities in the state. One University on rotation basis conducts the entrance examination for B.Ed. At the time of counseling the college preference of the student is taken into consideration and depending upon the vacancies the student is allotted to the college. The admission to the M.Ed. program is on the basis of merit. The college on the basis of criteria laid down by the University prepares the merit list. The working and teaching days are more than 180.

The college develops the teaching competency of B.Ed. students through Microteaching technique. They are given training in preparation of teaching aids, like, charts, models, transparencies, slides, etc. Some students are able to develop presentation on Power Point. The college organizes Microteaching Practices and Pre Practice Teaching in simulation. The students are sent on Practice Teaching Program in real schools in two installments. In simulation as well as in real teaching the feedback is given by the teacher as well as by making use of video recording.
The syllabus is developed at the University level by the Board of Studies in Education, Faculty of Education and approved by Academic Council of the University. The DAV College of Education, Abohar has membership in these bodies. So they are able to suggest modification in the syllabus and are accepted by these bodies. Before taking the suggestions to the University, discussions are held with the staff members of the college. So the faculty members contribute to the syllabus. They take suggestions from the Alumni also. From this academic session, the Computer Education and Guidance and Counseling papers have been made compulsory for B.Ed. students.

The DAV College of Education, Abhor has an academic calendar. The college has different laboratories, like, Educational Technology Laboratory, Psychology Laboratory, Computer Laboratory, Social Studies Laboratory, Music Laboratory, etc. The students and teachers extensively use these during teaching also. The teachers use different Methods of Teaching apart such as Discussion, Seminar, Team Teaching, Role Playing, Brainstorming, etc. apart from Lecture Method. Some teachers take students for field visits. The Assignments are also given and checked by almost all teachers. In each paper two tests are conducted. The marks are used for internal assessment purpose. The teachers and students do get feedback about their performance. Some teachers give Open book examination in their papers. The teachers do give Model Lessons. University level examinations are conducted both in Theory and Practical. The College organized Intra College Skill � in � Teaching Competition and also sent teams for Inter College Skill � in � Teaching Competition. In Panjab University, Skill � in � Teaching Competition, the DAV College of Education, Abohar won overall trophy in Mathematics and Language category in 2002 and 2003. The students are also trained in Models of Teaching. Models of Teaching are used during practice teaching.
The College provides moral education to students by organizing daily morning assembly where in thoughts, news, talks on moral values, Havan Yajna is performed by the students once a week. Students are divided into 20 sadans for inculcating civic responsibilities among them. They look after the maintenance of the college. Different camps are organized to have a better linkage with the community. The college celebrates different important days for developing sense of patriotism.


RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT AND EXTENSION
The College teachers are conducting research for the Ph.D. degree. Apart from it they have submitted some proposals for minor and major research projects funding from the UGC, New Delhi. The final decision is awaited. From time to time, the college does organize National seminars and conferences depending upon the availability of funds. The College works in close collaboration with both government organizations and NGOs. Some times the college organizes short training programs for their alumni. The staff members do act as resource persons in different programs organized within the college as well as outside.


INFRASTRUCTURE AND LEARNING RESOURSES
The college provides first hand experiences of latest technological devices such as interactive board, Wi-Fi, LCD projectors, Scanner, Printer, Internet, 16 mm projector, Side projector, Tape Recorder, Photographic Equipment, Over Head Projector, Television, Video Cameras, V.C.R. & Epidiascope etc. to its pupil teachers. The main focus of the institute is to provide latest technological orientation to its pupil teachers so that they can successfully adjust themselves in their job environment.
The College has a vast, voluminous and well equipped Computerized Library that houses more than 22,000 books with internet, Book bank and open shelf facility. The book bank is maintained for meritorious and needy students. There is a colossal of reference books, rare books, journals & magazines. There is provision well secured, aesthetically built & well furnished girls hostel inside the collage campus with all the ultra modern facilities with an aim to provide homely atmosphere to its girl students. The hostel provides appropriate environment for all round development of the girls students. College has well equipped computer lab for students. It has webcam, scanner, printer, and internet facility. The college has well equipped Psychology Lab having latest psychological tests and equipment. Every year, new tests are added as per the requirement of faculty members and students for research purpose. College has instructional Material Lab where more than 1500 teaching Aids are kept & are issued to the pupil teachers at the time of School Teaching practice. To enhance creativity among students, our college provides well equipped art room. The pupil teachers are given numerous opportunities to satisfy their creative urge through various activities. The college has well maintained playground inside and outside the college building. There are facilities for basketball, volleyball, badminton and indoor sports. Yoga shivir are also organized from time to time.

The college has building spread over two acres. The building is compact. It has rooms for different activities. Some staff members have been given separate rooms but majority of staff shares common staff rooms. The library is quite spacious. The computer laboratory, Psychological laboratory, NSS room, Music room, canteen for staff and students, etc. are available. The college maintains book bank from which 3 books are issued to about 200 students for the whole duration of the course. Besides this 2 books for B.Ed. students and 4 books for M.Ed. students are issued for 14 days on library card. The college has developed 13 booklets on different topics for the benefits of students and staff. The college has playground for basketball, volleyball, badminton, table tennis and kho-kho. The college free of charge gives the equipment and accessories. Outstanding sports persons are motivated by giving prizes, track suits, refreshment, sports kits, TA/DA for participating in the tournaments, etc. The college has hostel capacity for 70 girls and boys hostel is shared with the other DAV Colleges. The hostels are well maintained.

ORGANISATION AND MANAGEMENT
A Managing Committee headed by Padmashree G.P.Chopra and eminent educationists from different fields manages the college. This college was established with the aim of all round personality development of rural girl students. Also for the development of competent teachers who have been able to nurture good human values. The management always encourages the staff and students for their development in all fields. The management gets donations from the community and utilizes it transparently for the benefit of students and staff.

The students evaluate all teachers and Principal. It is done regularly and the Principal gives staff members� feedback. They try to improve upon their weaknesses pointed by the students. The parents and alumni also give the feedback from time to time. The college and management try to implement the suggestions. At present the college does not have any systematic mechanism of Total Quality management. However, the Panjab University has done the academic audit of the college.

The college works, as a family so normally there are no problems. Even if there are any they have a redressal cell one each for Teachers, Non- Teaching staff and students. Most of the problems are solved at the college level. Rarely problems go to the management. The college has good congenial atmosphere for study, development and growth

STRENGTHS
The following are the strengths of this Institution:
� The college enjoys good reputation among the community.
� It develops personality of the students as desired by the community and parents.
� The community donates with out any hesitation and compulsion.
� The community extends all types of help to the college.
� The college develops Indian Values, honesty, sincerity, humanity, etc.
� The management looks into the welfare of both teaching and non-teaching staff.
� There is a good relationship between college and community including the schools for which the college prepares teachers.
� The College sensitizes students towards social problems and gives them field training.
� The college has started preparing video instructional material in different areas.

DAV 36 eves, DAV 10 boys lift trophies
MCM DAV College for Women, Sector 36, and DAV College, Sector 10, bagged the overall championship in women and men category, respectively, in the annual sports function of Panjab University held today in the Gymnasium Hall of the campus. MCM eves collected 420.5 points while DAV men got 605 points to bag the Shadilal trophy. In the women section, GGS College, Sector 26, were runner-up with 299.5 points while in men section, SGGS College, Sector 26 were runner-up with 354 points.

In the B category, GTB National College, Dakha, won the men championship while in women section, DAV College of Education, Abohar, and MVBRG College, Mansowal, were bracketed first in women section. In the category of evening colleges, GHG Khalsa College, Gurusar Sudhar, won the trophy. Mr Kartar Singh, Director, Punjab Sports Department, was the chief guest. He gave away the prizes.

IT programme for teachers
Dr D.P. Asija, Principal of the Ambala City Sohan Lal DAV College of Education, said the National Council for Teacher Education would organise a one-day programme in information and communication technology awareness at this college.

A press note issued by the Principal said Dr A.N. Maheshwari, Chairman, NCTE, New Delhi, had been advocating the need of including information and communication technology literacy as a vital component of teacher education at all levels. He further emphasised that the prospective teachers should be ICT literate and must have the know-how of preparing lesson planes in multi-media.

He said this college envisaged to coordinate various developmental achievements in the area of teacher education. He said by fostering the ICT literacy among teacher educators, the NCTE had developed a self-learning CD Rom which would help the teacher educators familiarities with ICT easily.

Panjab University Senate poll
Elections to three ordinary Fellows to the Panjab University Senate from the professional and technical college lecturers constituency were held today. These include medical, engineering, home science and B.Ed colleges affiliated to Panjab University. The main contenders are Dr S.S. Gill, Additional Professor, PGI, Mr Shashi Kala from DAV College of Education, Abohar, Satinder Singh Gidda from DAV College of Education, Hoshiarpur, S.S. Sangha from GHG College of Education, Gurusar Sadhar, and Daljit Singh of Government College of Education, Sector 20, Chandigarh.

The three persons from the principals� of professional and technical colleges constituency have been elected unanimously. These are Satinder Dhillon, Principal, Dev Samaj College for Education, Sector 36, Chandigarh, Jagdish Kaur, Principal, Dev Samaj College for Education, Ferozepore and Govinder Kaur, Principal, SDS College of Education, Lopon, Moga district.

Teacher a link between pupil, knowledge,says UGC head
The 50th convocation of the Sohan Lal DAV College of Education was held here today.

The Chairman, University Grants Commission, Prof Arun Nigavekar, was the chief guest while Dr A.K. Chawla, Vice-Chancellor, Kurukshetra University, presided over the convocation.

Speaking on the occasion, Professor Nigavekar said teaching was a noble profession. �Teacher is a link between the pupil and knowledge. It is an entirely different relationship that crosses the boundaries of human relationship and ventures in the domain of future, as far as students are concerned,� he said.

Professor Nigavekar said the formal mode of training of teachers referred to face-to-face education as was being given in this institution, whereas the distributed education mode took recourse to modern approaches of teaching and learning through e-learning processes under the distance education mode. Hence, when one talks about quality in training, one needs to look into both these modes of education.�

He said the question was how we could assure quality in the training of teachers. �I can define quality, particularly for training of teachers, as a process which when completed creates such humans who can become catalyst for enhancing the teaching and learning process of the student. The National Council of Teacher Education in collaboration with the National Assessment and Accreditation Council has now created an instrument which will be able to check quality in teacher education institutions,� he said.

Professor Nigavekar stated that information communication technologies had taken education across the borders.

Dr Chawla, in his presidential address, called upon the fresh graduates to utilise their resources to the maximum and contribute towards the development of a happier world. Dr Chawla stressed that the students must strive for excellence.

At least 250 B.Ed and M.Ed students were today awarded degrees by the college Principal, Dr D.P. Asija. Dr Chawla awarded medals and merit certificates to the toppers and position holders.

Mr Rajinder Nath, Mr J.S. Nain, Dr K.L. Gomber, Dr Kiran Angra, Dr A.N. Mishra and Dr R.R. Malik were also present on the occasion.

Language workshop at Sohan Lal DAV
The Kurukshetra University Vice-Chancellor, Dr A.K. Chawla, inaugurated a language workshop in the Sohan Lal DAV College of Education recently.

Addressing students on his maiden visit to the college, Dr Chawla said teacher trainees should not only learn to spread education but also the power of motivation. He said that determination and hard work were keys to success.

The workshop on effective communication in English was presided over by Ms Sheetal Sharma, Director (Public Schools), DAV College Management Committee, and Dr P. Bedi, Principal, MCM DAV College for Women, Chandigarh, was the guest of honour. Dr Neelam Luthra was the key facilitator and resource person. About 14 teachers from different DAV schools participated in the workshop.

The Principal of the college, Dr D.P. Asija said the college had received A plus grading by NAAC. He presented a detailed report of the college, including programmes and activities of different departments and achievements of students and teachers.

Seminar on mental health awareness
A three-day UGC-sponsored national seminar on �Mental health awareness: A yogic perspective� concluded at the Sohan Lal DAV College of Education today. Participants at the seminar have made several recommendations. They have recommended that for imparting basic information about ancient Indian culture, universal ethical values should be imparted to teacher educators, teacher trainees and students in higher education and it needs to be accepted as integral part of curriculum.


The salient features of yoga practiced in Indian traditions for better living should be identified and form a compulsory component of personality development and health education. In order to form positive mental health and protect adolescents at school level, the existing programmes of imparting education should be re-designed while incorporating yogic inputs based on cultural and rational approach.

The participants suggested that colleges of teacher education should play a leading role in empowering different groups, especially parents to impart required education to children at developmental stage. Colleges of teacher education should undertake need-based innovative developmental projects related to positive mental health awareness in the local community.

Religious contest at DAV College
A religious competition was organised at the Sohan Lal DAV College of Education, Ambala City, today. In order to spread the Vedic thinking among the people, every year Arya Samaj DAV College Road, Ambala City, celebrates the �Rishi Bodh� festival by organising various activities like havan yajya competition, portrait making and slogan writing.

Dr D.P. Asija, Principal of the college, welcomed the guests. Ms Ved Ramphall Hooda, wife of Dr R.P. Hooda, Vice-chancellor, Kurukshetra University, was the chief guest and Ms Vijay Ram Prakash, wife of Dr Ram Prakash, acting president of the HPCC, presided over the function. In her presidential address, she appreciated the efforts of the Aray Samaj in inculcating moral values among the children.

At the junior level, the teams of DAV Senior Secondary Public School, Police DAV Public School, and DAV Public School, all of Ambala City, were declared first, the teams of Police DAV Public School, Ambala City, and DAV Centenary Public School, Barara, were declared second and the teams from DAV School, Naraingarh, and DAV School, Ambala City, stood third.

At the senior level, team of KPAK Mahavidyala, Ambala City, bagged the first position while the team of Sohan Lal DAV College of Education stood second. The team of Sohan Lal DAV Girls Senior Secondary School got the third position. Dr Vivek Kohli proposed a vote of thanks.

DAV, Arya mahila colleges lift folklore trophy
B.B.K. DAV College, Amritsar, and Shanti Devi Arya Mahila College, Dinanagar, jointly bagged the Guru Nanak Dev University (GNDU) Folklore Competition Trophy here today. Kamla Nehru College, Phagwara stood runners up while DAV College of Education, Amritsar come third.

These competitions were organised as a mark the 36th foundation day celebrations of the university at the Khalsa Heritage Centre. Mr Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa, Parliamentary Secretary, Punjab, inaugurated the exhibition.

In the exhibition, the students of various affiliated colleges displayed their rare artefacts like old utensils, ornaments, dresses, coins, weapons, jewellery, phulkaris, embroidery work, rare books, rare manuscripts and other rare articles showing the rich Punjabi cultural heritage.

An on the spot painting and photography competitions were also organised.

In coloured photography competition, Ashma Sethi of the BBK DAV College for Women, Amritsar, got the top slot. In black-white photography, Lobina Arora of the Khalsa College of Education, Amritsar, stood second. Cherry Wadhwa of the BBK DAV College for Women, Amritsar, was adjudged third in computer aided photography.

Ritu of the APJ College of Fine Arts, Jalandhar, was declared winners in painting (landscape) competition. Shikha of the BBK DAV for Women, Amritsar was declared runners up and Bindu of the APJ College of Fine Arts, Jalandhar remained third.

Individual prizes winners of folklore competition:

Agriculture equipment- HMV College, Jalandhar, and the GRD College for Women, Phagwara. Embroidery- Rama Chopra Kanya Mahavidyala, Pathankot. Domestic articles � the SN College for Girls, Amritsar.

Ramanujam remembered
To commemorate the 118th birth anniversary of Srinivasa Ramanujan-the great Indian mathematician, the Ramanujan Mathematics Society of Sohan Lal DAV College of Education, Ambala City, organised a competition-cum-exhibition of mathematics model and project prepared by B. Ed students of the college on Thursday. The exhibition was inaugurated by Dr Sushma Gupta, a senior faculty member of the college.

While addressing the participants, the Principal of the college, Dr. D.P. Asija, said that Srinivasa Ramanujan was a great mathematician and his contribution to society could not be forgotten.

Models prepared by Vijay and Munish bagged the first prize. Models made by two teams comprising Aarti, Rozy, Deepali, Jasmit, Pooja, and Anil were adjudged second while the models by two teams represented by Preeti, Sanju, Renu Punia, and Pooja got the third prize. Three teams comprising Rakesh Kumar, Amardeep Verma, Arvind, Manoj, Vandana and Sheetal were given consolation prizes.

Plant trees, students exhorted
Police DAV Public School, Ambala City, organised a function �An evening dedicated to forest� here today. Dr D.P. Asija, Principal, Sohan Lal DAV College of Education, Ambala City, was the chief guest on the occasion.

Addressing students, Mr Asija said trees were the real friends of human beings. He asked the students to plant at least one tree every year. The SDM, Ambala Mr Satbir Saini, and the Principal of the school, Dr Vikas Kohli, also addressed the students.

A poetry contest on the topic conservation of trees was also organised on the occasion in which the students of 25 schools participated.

In group �A�, Vaibhav Chauhan of Major RN Kapoor Public School, Ambala Cantt, was declared first while Nilisha Saini, a student of DAV Public School, Barara, bagged the second position. Renu of KPAK Mahavidhyalaya, Ambala City, was adjudged third.In group �B�, Deepti Jaggi of Major RN Kappor Public School stood first while Vishal of Sohan Lal DAV Public School, Ambala City, and Priyanka of KPAK Mahavidhyala, Ambala City, were declared second and third respectively.

In group �C�, Mohit Gupta of DAV College, Ambala City, got the first position, Deepika of Sohan Lal DAV School bagged the second position, while the third place was bagged by Smarti, a student of MDSD Girls College. In the drawing competition, Mandeep of Police DAV School, Ambala City, was declared first while Manish Kumar of Government Senior Secondary School, Bulana, got the second position. Rajesh of Government Senior Secondary School, Premnagar, Ambala City, bagged the third position. A consolation prize was given to Shobha, a student of DAV Public Senior Secondary School, Ambala City. A cultural show was presented by schoolchildren.

DAV 36 eves, DAV 10 boys lift trophies
MCM DAV College for Women, Sector 36, and DAV College, Sector 10, bagged the overall championship in women and men category, respectively, in the annual sports function of Panjab University held today in the Gymnasium Hall of the campus. MCM eves collected 420.5 points while DAV men got 605 points to bag the Shadilal trophy. In the women section, GGS College, Sector 26, were runner-up with 299.5 points while in men section, SGGS College, Sector 26 were runner-up with 354 points.

In the B category, GTB National College, Dakha, won the men championship while in women section, DAV College of Education, Abohar, and MVBRG College, Mansowal, were bracketed first in women section. In the category of evening colleges, GHG Khalsa College, Gurusar Sudhar, won the trophy. Mr Kartar Singh, Director, Punjab Sports Department, was the chief guest. He gave away the prizes.

IT programme for teachers
Dr D.P. Asija, Principal of the Ambala City Sohan Lal DAV College of Education, said the National Council for Teacher Education would organise a one-day programme in information and communication technology awareness at this college.

A press note issued by the Principal said Dr A.N. Maheshwari, Chairman, NCTE, New Delhi, had been advocating the need of including information and communication technology literacy as a vital component of teacher education at all levels. He further emphasised that the prospective teachers should be ICT literate and must have the know-how of preparing lesson planes in multi-media.

He said this college envisaged to coordinate various developmental achievements in the area of teacher education. He said by fostering the ICT literacy among teacher educators, the NCTE had developed a self-learning CD Rom which would help the teacher educators familiarities with ICT easily.

Panjab University Senate poll
Elections to three ordinary Fellows to the Panjab University Senate from the professional and technical college lecturers constituency were held today. These include medical, engineering, home science and B.Ed colleges affiliated to Panjab University. The main contenders are Dr S.S. Gill, Additional Professor, PGI, Mr Shashi Kala from DAV College of Education, Abohar, Satinder Singh Gidda from DAV College of Education, Hoshiarpur, S.S. Sangha from GHG College of Education, Gurusar Sadhar, and Daljit Singh of Government College of Education, Sector 20, Chandigarh.

The three persons from the principals’ of professional and technical colleges constituency have been elected unanimously. These are Satinder Dhillon, Principal, Dev Samaj College for Education, Sector 36, Chandigarh, Jagdish Kaur, Principal, Dev Samaj College for Education, Ferozepore and Govinder Kaur, Principal, SDS College of Education, Lopon, Moga district.

Teacher a link between pupil, knowledge,says UGC head
The 50th convocation of the Sohan Lal DAV College of Education was held here today.

The Chairman, University Grants Commission, Prof Arun Nigavekar, was the chief guest while Dr A.K. Chawla, Vice-Chancellor, Kurukshetra University, presided over the convocation.

Speaking on the occasion, Professor Nigavekar said teaching was a noble profession. “Teacher is a link between the pupil and knowledge. It is an entirely different relationship that crosses the boundaries of human relationship and ventures in the domain of future, as far as students are concerned,” he said.

Professor Nigavekar said the formal mode of training of teachers referred to face-to-face education as was being given in this institution, whereas the distributed education mode took recourse to modern approaches of teaching and learning through e-learning processes under the distance education mode. Hence, when one talks about quality in training, one needs to look into both these modes of education.”

He said the question was how we could assure quality in the training of teachers. “I can define quality, particularly for training of teachers, as a process which when completed creates such humans who can become catalyst for enhancing the teaching and learning process of the student. The National Council of Teacher Education in collaboration with the National Assessment and Accreditation Council has now created an instrument which will be able to check quality in teacher education institutions,” he said.

Professor Nigavekar stated that information communication technologies had taken education across the borders.

Dr Chawla, in his presidential address, called upon the fresh graduates to utilise their resources to the maximum and contribute towards the development of a happier world. Dr Chawla stressed that the students must strive for excellence.

At least 250 B.Ed and M.Ed students were today awarded degrees by the college Principal, Dr D.P. Asija. Dr Chawla awarded medals and merit certificates to the toppers and position holders.

Mr Rajinder Nath, Mr J.S. Nain, Dr K.L. Gomber, Dr Kiran Angra, Dr A.N. Mishra and Dr R.R. Malik were also present on the occasion.

Language workshop at Sohan Lal DAV
The Kurukshetra University Vice-Chancellor, Dr A.K. Chawla, inaugurated a language workshop in the Sohan Lal DAV College of Education recently.

Addressing students on his maiden visit to the college, Dr Chawla said teacher trainees should not only learn to spread education but also the power of motivation. He said that determination and hard work were keys to success.

The workshop on effective communication in English was presided over by Ms Sheetal Sharma, Director (Public Schools), DAV College Management Committee, and Dr P. Bedi, Principal, MCM DAV College for Women, Chandigarh, was the guest of honour. Dr Neelam Luthra was the key facilitator and resource person. About 14 teachers from different DAV schools participated in the workshop.

The Principal of the college, Dr D.P. Asija said the college had received A plus grading by NAAC. He presented a detailed report of the college, including programmes and activities of different departments and achievements of students and teachers.

Seminar on mental health awareness
A three-day UGC-sponsored national seminar on “Mental health awareness: A yogic perspective” concluded at the Sohan Lal DAV College of Education today. Participants at the seminar have made several recommendations. They have recommended that for imparting basic information about ancient Indian culture, universal ethical values should be imparted to teacher educators, teacher trainees and students in higher education and it needs to be accepted as integral part of curriculum.


The salient features of yoga practiced in Indian traditions for better living should be identified and form a compulsory component of personality development and health education. In order to form positive mental health and protect adolescents at school level, the existing programmes of imparting education should be re-designed while incorporating yogic inputs based on cultural and rational approach.

The participants suggested that colleges of teacher education should play a leading role in empowering different groups, especially parents to impart required education to children at developmental stage. Colleges of teacher education should undertake need-based innovative developmental projects related to positive mental health awareness in the local community.

Religious contest at DAV College
A religious competition was organised at the Sohan Lal DAV College of Education, Ambala City, today. In order to spread the Vedic thinking among the people, every year Arya Samaj DAV College Road, Ambala City, celebrates the “Rishi Bodh” festival by organising various activities like havan yajya competition, portrait making and slogan writing.

Dr D.P. Asija, Principal of the college, welcomed the guests. Ms Ved Ramphall Hooda, wife of Dr R.P. Hooda, Vice-chancellor, Kurukshetra University, was the chief guest and Ms Vijay Ram Prakash, wife of Dr Ram Prakash, acting president of the HPCC, presided over the function. In her presidential address, she appreciated the efforts of the Aray Samaj in inculcating moral values among the children.

At the junior level, the teams of DAV Senior Secondary Public School, Police DAV Public School, and DAV Public School, all of Ambala City, were declared first, the teams of Police DAV Public School, Ambala City, and DAV Centenary Public School, Barara, were declared second and the teams from DAV School, Naraingarh, and DAV School, Ambala City, stood third.

At the senior level, team of KPAK Mahavidyala, Ambala City, bagged the first position while the team of Sohan Lal DAV College of Education stood second. The team of Sohan Lal DAV Girls Senior Secondary School got the third position. Dr Vivek Kohli proposed a vote of thanks.

DAV, Arya mahila colleges lift folklore trophy
B.B.K. DAV College, Amritsar, and Shanti Devi Arya Mahila College, Dinanagar, jointly bagged the Guru Nanak Dev University (GNDU) Folklore Competition Trophy here today. Kamla Nehru College, Phagwara stood runners up while DAV College of Education, Amritsar come third.

These competitions were organised as a mark the 36th foundation day celebrations of the university at the Khalsa Heritage Centre. Mr Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa, Parliamentary Secretary, Punjab, inaugurated the exhibition.

In the exhibition, the students of various affiliated colleges displayed their rare artefacts like old utensils, ornaments, dresses, coins, weapons, jewellery, phulkaris, embroidery work, rare books, rare manuscripts and other rare articles showing the rich Punjabi cultural heritage.

An on the spot painting and photography competitions were also organised.

In coloured photography competition, Ashma Sethi of the BBK DAV College for Women, Amritsar, got the top slot. In black-white photography, Lobina Arora of the Khalsa College of Education, Amritsar, stood second. Cherry Wadhwa of the BBK DAV College for Women, Amritsar, was adjudged third in computer aided photography.

Ritu of the APJ College of Fine Arts, Jalandhar, was declared winners in painting (landscape) competition. Shikha of the BBK DAV for Women, Amritsar was declared runners up and Bindu of the APJ College of Fine Arts, Jalandhar remained third.

Individual prizes winners of folklore competition:

Agriculture equipment- HMV College, Jalandhar, and the GRD College for Women, Phagwara. Embroidery- Rama Chopra Kanya Mahavidyala, Pathankot. Domestic articles — the SN College for Girls, Amritsar.

Ramanujam remembered
To commemorate the 118th birth anniversary of Srinivasa Ramanujan-the great Indian mathematician, the Ramanujan Mathematics Society of Sohan Lal DAV College of Education, Ambala City, organised a competition-cum-exhibition of mathematics model and project prepared by B. Ed students of the college on Thursday. The exhibition was inaugurated by Dr Sushma Gupta, a senior faculty member of the college.

While addressing the participants, the Principal of the college, Dr. D.P. Asija, said that Srinivasa Ramanujan was a great mathematician and his contribution to society could not be forgotten.

Models prepared by Vijay and Munish bagged the first prize. Models made by two teams comprising Aarti, Rozy, Deepali, Jasmit, Pooja, and Anil were adjudged second while the models by two teams represented by Preeti, Sanju, Renu Punia, and Pooja got the third prize. Three teams comprising Rakesh Kumar, Amardeep Verma, Arvind, Manoj, Vandana and Sheetal were given consolation prizes.

Plant trees, students exhorted
Police DAV Public School, Ambala City, organised a function ‘An evening dedicated to forest’ here today. Dr D.P. Asija, Principal, Sohan Lal DAV College of Education, Ambala City, was the chief guest on the occasion.

Addressing students, Mr Asija said trees were the real friends of human beings. He asked the students to plant at least one tree every year. The SDM, Ambala Mr Satbir Saini, and the Principal of the school, Dr Vikas Kohli, also addressed the students.

A poetry contest on the topic conservation of trees was also organised on the occasion in which the students of 25 schools participated.

In group ‘A’, Vaibhav Chauhan of Major RN Kapoor Public School, Ambala Cantt, was declared first while Nilisha Saini, a student of DAV Public School, Barara, bagged the second position. Renu of KPAK Mahavidhyalaya, Ambala City, was adjudged third.In group ‘B’, Deepti Jaggi of Major RN Kappor Public School stood first while Vishal of Sohan Lal DAV Public School, Ambala City, and Priyanka of KPAK Mahavidhyala, Ambala City, were declared second and third respectively.

In group ‘C’, Mohit Gupta of DAV College, Ambala City, got the first position, Deepika of Sohan Lal DAV School bagged the second position, while the third place was bagged by Smarti, a student of MDSD Girls College. In the drawing competition, Mandeep of Police DAV School, Ambala City, was declared first while Manish Kumar of Government Senior Secondary School, Bulana, got the second position. Rajesh of Government Senior Secondary School, Premnagar, Ambala City, bagged the third position. A consolation prize was given to Shobha, a student of DAV Public Senior Secondary School, Ambala City. A cultural show was presented by schoolchildren.

NAAC report of DAV College of Education
SECTION I :
INTRODUCTION
The DAV COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, ABOHAR, Punjab volunteered to be assessed by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council ( NAAC ) and submitted Self-Appraisal Report (SAR) to NAAC on 14 December 2002. A Peer Team was constituted by the Council to visit the Department and validate the SAR. The Peer Team consisting of Dr. D.N.Sansanwal, Professor, Director and Dean, Institute of Education, Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya, Indore as Chairman and Prof. S.P.Suri, Department of Education, Jammu University, Jammu as Member visited DAV COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, ABOHAR for Two Days from 28th – 29th April, 2003.The visit was coordinated by Dr. G.Srinivas, Deputy Adviser, NAAC.

DAV COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, ABOHAR was established in 1968 by DAV College Managing Committee, the biggest non-government educational organization in India headed by Padmashree Gian Prakash Chopra who was awarded Padmashree in 1999 for his remarkable contribution in the field of Education. Based on ten Principles of Arya Samaj, the College aims at and works actively for social, moral and spiritual upliftment of the society through its students. Special attention is paid to encourage and improve study of Hindi, Sanskrit, Vedic ideology and Values. It is the only college of Education in Punjab offering teaching of Sanskrit and Yoga Education. Utmost importance is given to inculcation of Moral Values. This college was started for the uplifment of Girls Education. The College is serving border area and most of the students are from villages.

The College is affiliated to Panjab University, Chandigarh and recognized by NCTE for 250 seats of B.Ed. and 25 seats of M.Ed. The College is situated in DAV Campus spread over 25 acres of land. On this campus there are other DAV Colleges also. There are some common facilities of DAV like play ground, auditorium, etc. that are shared by DAV College of Education. The College has One Principal, ten permanent lectures, eleven temporary full time lectures and one lecturer is on adhoc basis. The salaries of temporary and adhoc lectures are being paid by the management from their own funds. In addition to these, there is one Librarian, one Lecturer in Physical Education, one Music Teacher and one Computer Instructor. There are three technical staff and three administrative staff. The college has 18 computers and a library. There is an open access for M.Ed. students only. The Library is under computerization.
The Team carefully analysed the SAR submitted by the College and went through the relevant documents of the college. During the visit, the Team visited the academic and administrative facilities and also interacted with the Managing Committee, the Principal of the college, staff, students, parents and alumni. Based on this and the criteria identified by the NAAC – NCTE, the peer Team assessed the DAV College of Education, The report is being presented under various criteria along with the suggestions received from staff, students and Peer Team for its improvement.
SECTION II
CRITERION – WISE REPORT
CRITERION 1: CURRICULAR DESIGN AND PLANNING
The B.Ed. students are admitted on the basis of common entrance test conducted by the University of the State. There are three Universities in the state. One University on rotation basis conducts the entrance examination for B.Ed. At the time of counseling the college preference of the student is taken into consideration and depending upon the vacancies the student is allotted to the college. The admission to the M.Ed. program is on the basis of merit. The college on the basis of criteria laid down by the University prepares the merit list. The working and teaching days are more than 180.
The college develops the teaching competency of B.Ed.students through Microteaching technique. They are given training in preparation of teaching aids, like, charts, models, transparencies, slides, etc. Some students are able to develop presentation on Power Point. The college organizes Microteaching Practices and Pre Practice Teaching in simulation. The students are sent on Practice Teaching Program in real schools in two installments. In simulation as well as in real teaching the feedback is given by the teacher as well as by making use of video recording.
The syllabus is developed at the University level by the Board of Studies in Education, Faculty of Education and approved by Academic Council of the University. The DAV College of Education, Abohar has membership in these bodies. So they are able to suggest modification in the syllabus and are accepted by these bodies. Before taking the suggestions to the University, discussions are held with the staff members of the college. So the faculty members contribute to the syllabus. They take suggestions from the Alumni also. From this academic session, the Computer Education and Guidance and Counseling papers have been made compulsory for B.Ed. students.

CRITERION II : CURRICULAR TRANSACTION AND EVALUATION

The DAV College of Education, Abhor has an academic calendar. The college has different laboratories, like, Educational Technology Laboratory, Psychology Laboratory, Computer Laboratory, Social Studies Laboratory, Music Laboratory, etc. The students and teachers extensively use these during teaching also. The teachers use different Methods of Teaching apart such as Discussion, Seminar, Team Teaching, Role Playing, Brainstorming, etc. apart from Lecture Method. Some teachers take students for field visits. The Assignments are also given and checked by almost all teachers. In each paper two tests are conducted. The marks are used for internal assessment purpose. The teachers and students do get feedback about their performance. Some teachers give Open book examination in their papers. The teachers do give Model Lessons. University level examinations are conducted both in Theory and Practical. The College organized Intra College Skill – in – Teaching Competition and also sent teams for Inter College Skill – in – Teaching Competition. In Panjab University, Skill – in – Teaching Competition, the DAV College of Education, Abohar won overall trophy in Mathematics and Language category in 2002 and 2003. The students are also trained in Models of Teaching. Models of Teaching are used during practice teaching.
The College provides moral education to students by organizing daily morning assembly where in thoughts, news, talks on moral values, Havan Yajna is performed by the students once a week. Students are divided into 20 sadans for inculcating civic responsibilities among them. They look after the maintenance of the college. Different camps are organized to have a better linkage with the community. The college celebrates different important days for developing sense of patriotism.

CRITERION III : RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT AND EXTENSION
The College teachers are conducting research for the Ph.D. degree. Apart from it they have submitted some proposals for minor and major research projects funding from the UGC, New Delhi. The final decision is awaited. From time to time, the college does organize National seminars and conferences depending upon the availability of funds. The College works in close collaboration with both government organizations and NGOs. Some times the college organizes short training programs for their alumni. The staff members do act as resource persons in different programs organized within the college as well as outside.

CRITERION IV : INFRASTRUCTURE AND LEARNING RESOURSES
The college has building spread over two acres. The building is compact. It has rooms for different activities. Some staff members have been given separate rooms but majority of staff shares common staff rooms. The library is quite spacious. The computer laboratory, Psychological laboratory, NSS room, Music room, canteen for staff and students, etc. are available. The college maintains book bank from which 3 books are issued to about 200 students for the whole duration of the course. Besides this 2 books for B.Ed. students and 4 books for M.Ed. students are issued for 14 days on library card. The college has developed 13 booklets on different topics for the benefits of students and staff. The college has playground for basketball, volleyball, badminton, table tennis and kho-kho. The college free of charge gives the equipment and accessories. Outstanding sports persons are motivated by giving prizes, track suits, refreshment, sports kits, TA/DA for participating in the tournaments, etc. The college has hostel capacity for 70 girls and boys hostel is shared with the other DAV Colleges. The hostels are well maintained.
CRITERION V : STUDENT SUPPORT AND PROGRESSION
The College organizes special classes for those students who want to appear in NET / SLET. Till now 4 students have cleared NET. The college has developed question bank for NET exam and these are given to students. The college utilizes the services of those students who clear NET. The college arranges mock interviews for B.Ed. students. It prepares them for the real job interviews. The college puts up the advertisements related to jobs on the notice board for the students. The college also guides the students. They have good Guidance and Counseling Units. One of the teachers has been made in charge of students’ placement. The college takes the help of alumni in organizing different activities and collecting donations.
CRITERION VI : ORGANISATION AND MANAGEMENT
A Managing Committee headed by Padmashree G.P.Chopra and eminent educationists from different fields manages the college. This college was established with the aim of all round personality development of rural girl students. Also for the development of competent teachers who have been able to nurture good human values. The management always encourages the staff and students for their development in all fields. The management gets donations from the community and utilizes it transparently for the benefit of students and staff.
The students evaluate all teachers and Principal. It is done regularly and the Principal gives staff members’ feedback. They try to improve upon their weaknesses pointed by the students. The parents and alumni also give the feedback from time to time. The college and management try to implement the suggestions. At present the college does not have any systematic mechanism of Total Quality management. However, the Panjab University has done the academic audit of the college.
The college works, as a family so normally there are no problems. Even if there are any they have a redressal cell one each for Teachers, Non- Teaching staff and students. Most of the problems are solved at the college level. Rarely problems go to the management. The college has good congenial atmosphere for study, development and growth

SECTION III
OVERALL ANALYSIS
STRENGTHS
The Peer Team Observed the following strengths in this Institution:
• The college enjoys good reputation among the community.
• It develops personality of the students as desired by the community and parents.
• The community donates with out any hesitation and compulsion.
• The community extends all types of help to the college.
• The college develops Indian Values, honesty, sincerity, humanity, etc.
• The management looks into the welfare of both teaching and non-teaching staff.
• There is a good relationship between college and community including the schools for which the college prepares teachers.
• The College sensitizes students towards social problems and gives them field training.
• The college has started preparing video instructional material in different areas.

SUGGESTIONS FOR IMPROVEMENT
The following are the suggestions for improvement as per feedback from students, teachers, parents, alumni and observed by the Peer Team.
• The college has computer laboratory. Looking to the strength of college there is a need to purchase more computers.
• The college can restructure the co-curricular activities in such a way so that there is a balance between teaching and co-curricular activities.
• At present the practice teaching in real situation is being organized for 60 days which may be increased.
• The B.Ed., M.Ed. and teachers may be trained in making Power Point presentations. They should be encouraged to use it during their teaching.
• The use of teaching aid is done but they need to be trained in using OHP for different purposes, like, for showing chemical reaction, structure of any object, lenses, etc.
• Some teachers are practicing Open Book examination. Others should be encouraged to use it and study its feasibility.
• The college can run short duration training programs for teachers of schools, Education Officers, etc. in areas like, development of Reasoning and Thinking, Teaching of Concept, Use of computers and INTERNET, development of Inquiry Skills, etc.
• The Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS) may be purchased and M.Ed. students and Teachers may be trained in its use. The training program may also be organized for researchers of other universities and registration fee may be charged. This will be the consultancy for the college.
• The college can also start analyzing the data of researchers through SPSS and may charge for the purpose. This will also be the consultancy.
• The care may be taken to develop proper concepts which the prospective teachers have to teach in the real schools.
• The College may keep one period a week for the development of Reasoning and Thinking.

The Peer Team places on record the deep appreciation for Management, Teachers, Students, and non teaching staff for all help and hospitality provided by the college to the Peer Team. We are sure the college will continue in excelling in all areas of teacher training.




(D.N.SANSANWAL) (S.P. SURI)
Chairperson Member

Date : 29 – 04 – 2003
Place : ABOHAR

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DAV COLLEGE OF EDUCATION ABOHAR Versus STATE OF PUNJAB AND OTHERS CWP13506 of 2010 (O AND M)

IN THE HIGH COURT OF PUNJAB AND HARYANA AT CHANDIGARH

CWP13506 of 2010 (O AND M)

Decided on : 15-02-2011

DAV college of Education, Abohar ....Petitioner
VERSUS
State of Punjab and others ....Respondents

CORAM:-
HON'BLE MR. JUSTICE MAHESH GROVER

Present:-
Mr.Aman Chaudhary, Advocate for the petitioner.
Ms. Rita Kohli, Addl. AG, Punjab

MAHESH GROVER, J
Learned counsel for the petitioner states that in similar
situations and cases of similarly placed persons, the following directions have been given:-

Accordingly, the instant petition is disposed of with the directions that the petitioner shall present itself before the respondent no.3 on any working day between 14.2.2011 to
17.2.2011 and comply with all the formalities. The petitioner
shall render all the relevant material to the respondents who
upon evaluation of the same shall determine the amount due
and release the same to the petitioner within a period of four
weeks thereafter.

After hearing learned counsel for the parties and noticing the
fact that the controversy is similar to what was raised in the aforesaid similar petition, I deem it appropriate to dispose of the writ petition in terms of the aforesaid order and to direct the petitioner to present itself before the respondent no.3 on any working day between 28.2.2011 to 4.3.2011 and comply with all the formalities.

(Mahesh Grover)
Judge



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