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DD Jain College of Education, Ludhiana, Punjab
DD Jain College of Education, Ludhiana, Punjab
Ludhiana (District Ludhiana)
DD Jain College of Education, Ludhiana is a recognised institute / college. DD Jain College of Education, Ludhiana is also known as Devki Devi Jain College of Education.
DD Jain College of Education, Ludhiana was established on / in 1999.
Principal of DD Jain College of Education, Ludhiana is Mrs Chander Mohini.
DD Jain College of Education, Ludhiana 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.
Fax # of DD Jain College of Education, Ludhiana is 0161-2662201.
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Website of DD Jain College of Education, Ludhiana is www.ddjaineducation.org.
Contact Details of DD Jain College of Education, Ludhiana are : Telephone: +91-161-5023564, 2651987, 2225987
Courses offered in DD Jain College of Education, LudhianaB.Ed.
Number of seats in DD Jain College of Education, Ludhiana is 120.
DD Jain College of Education, Ludhiana runs course(s) in Education stream(s).
DD Jain College of Education is affiliated with Panjab University, Chandigarh (Chandigarh)
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Media coverage of DD Jain College of Education, Ludhiana, Punjab
PU MSc results out: Ludhiana girls outshine other cities againLudhiana: Continuing its impeccable record, Ludhiana has once again bagged the top three spots in the Panjab University’s MSc final semester exams. All the three toppers are girls.While Khalsa College for Women students-Shilpa and Shivani emerged as the first and second toppers in the MSc final semester, Parminder Kaur of DD Jain College was declared as the third topper in the results, which were declared on Friday.Shilpa has secured a total of 88.86 percent marks while Shivani scored 88.43 percent marks. On the other hand, Parminder got 88.3 percent.
Congratulating the students on their stupendous show, Khalsa College principal Dr. Varinder Kaur Thind and DD College principal Surinder Dua wished them all the best for the future and urged them to continue the good work.
Declamation contest on Vivekanands birth anniversaryAn inter-college declamation contest was organised at DD Jain College of Education in collaboration with the Bharat Vikas Parishad, Vivekanand branch, to celebrate the birth anniversary of Swami Vivekanand. Participants from 10 degree and education colleges of Ludhiana participated.
The programme hosted by Ms Kamla Jain was presided over by the president of institution, Mr N. K. Jain. The contest started with the national song, Vande Mataram. Mr S. P. Narula, national convener, Yuva Sanskar, Bharat Vikas Parishad, was the chief guest. Mr N. K. Jain, president, managing committee, DD Jain College for Women, was the guest of honour.
The esteemed judges on the occasion were Mr Sanjeev Dawar, Ms Disha Dang and Prof H. K. Gupta. The first prize was bagged by Heena Bedi of BCM College of Education. Gurneet Kaur of Guru Nanak Khalsa College won the second prize and Sonam Handa of Arya College for Women was third.
Seminar on personality development endsA seminar-cum-workshop on communication skill and personality development concluded at the DD Jain College of Education, Kidwai Nagar, here today.
Dr Ranjit Singh, former Dean of the College of Agriculture, PAU, Ludhiana, and presently Director of the Communication Centre of the PAU, said communication, negotiation and leadership skills were the foundation of personality development.
He said communication was the most vital concept and demonstrated on the techniques of focus group which primarily facilitated group interaction.
Further to give a first had experience of the practical knowledge of group focus techniques, the entire pupil-teacher force was divided into several groups each comprising of eight to ten students under the able guidance of apt teachers.
Symposium organisedThe Ludhiana Citizens’ Health Council in association with DD Jain College of Education organised a symposium on the theme “Current status of pre-birth elimination of females” in Ludhiana here today.
Ms Gurkanwal Kaur, Minister of Women and Child Development Department, Punjab, was the chief guest. She said the PNDT Act must be enforced with the help of all departments concerned, legal authorities and non-government organisations.
Dr Chander Mohini, organising secretary and Principal DD Jain College, stressed that awareness must be raised towards legal rights of women and girls. Legal facilities must be quick and affordable. The government departments and non-government agencies need to develop some innovative and result-oriented measures to address the issue of pre-birth elimination of females. Among others present on the occasion were Mr Charanjit Singh, vice-president and Dr Ranjit Singh Tomar, convener, Ludhiana Citizens Health Council.
PU youth festival concludesDD Jain College of Education, Ludhiana, witnessed festive ambience in the concluding day of Panjab University Zonal Youth Festival. Ms Nisha Sarad, DPI (C), Punjab, was the chief guest. She congratulated the host college for organising the youth festival. President Mr Narinder Kumar Jain welcomed the chief guest.
Classical and group dances competitions were organised. In the classical dance category, Poonam of DD Jain College of Education, Ludhiana and Shashi Pasricha of GHGH College of Education, Sidhawan Khurd, bagged first and second positions. While in the group dance category GHGH College of Education, Sidhwan Khurd, DD Jain College of Education, Ludhiana and DAV College, Abhor won the first three prizes.
Young orators, too, demonstrated their skills in the form of debate and elocution. Students spoke on the topic “In the opinion of the house can computer be a good substitute for the teachers”. Harpreet from BCM College of Education, Ludhiana, Manju Malik from DD College of Education, Ludhiana. and Pawan Kumar of DAV College of Education , Abhor were placed at first, second and third positions.
In elocution competition, Divneet from DD College of Education, Geetika from GHGH College of Education, and Anupam Madan from Khalsa College of Education , Muktsar won the first three prizes.
Today’s function was presided over by S. Gakhar, Chairperson, Department of Education, Panjab University, Chandigarh.
Saplings planted at DD Jain CollegeStudents of the DD Jain College of Education planted saplings today. The chief guest, Ms Manjit Kaur, SDM, and the guest of honour, Mr Praveen Bansal, councillor, ward No. 57, were felicitated by the Principal, Dr Chander Mohini.
Students planted saplings at Kidwai Nagar, while dignitaries planted saplings on the college premises. Students also participated in poster making, slogan writing and collage making competition on
“Environment and its conservation”.
The first and second prizes were won by Khushjyot and Poonam (poster making); Shakshi and Palwinder (slogan writing); and Preeti and Manju (collage making).
Workshop for NTT studentsA workshop on ‘Active planning’ was organised for NTT students at the DD Jain College of Education, Kidwai Nagar, here today. The workshop commenced with a welcome speech by Ms Chander Mohini, Principal of the college. The resource person of the workshop, Ms Jasmine, gave layout of various qualities for pre-school educators. She urged the students to improve upon their creative skills.
Various activities were arranged for the students such as drawing 20 items with the help of two parallel lines. She stressed on the need of creativity at the level of pre-primary education. She said activities must be planned according to age, need and interest of the students.
The workshop came to an end with a vote of thanks by Ms Anjali, a lecturer of the same college. Ms Bhupinder, Ms Sandhya and Ms Babita were also present on the occasion.
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