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Guru Nanak Ayurvedic Medical College, Muktsar, Punjab


Guru Nanak Ayurvedic Medical College, Muktsar, Punjab
Address:Barkandi Road, Near Ajit Cinema
Muktsar (District Muktsar)
Punjab, India
Pin Code : 152026

Guru Nanak Ayurvedic Medical College, Muktsar Punjab is a recognised institute / college.
Principal of Guru Nanak Ayurvedic Medical College, Muktsar Punjab is Dr. Rajinderpaul Sharma(94173-20384), Dr Nav Parbhat Lal (Mobile 81948-00186).

Guru Nanak Ayurvedic Medical College is situated in Muktsar of Punjab state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Muktsar comes under Muktsar Tehsil, Muktsar District.

Fax # of Guru Nanak Ayurvedic Medical College, Muktsar Punjab is +91-1633-260491, 261058.

Residence Phone No(s) of concerned peron(s) of Guru Nanak Ayurvedic Medical College, Muktsar Punjab is (are) : +91-1633-240558.

Mobile No(s) of concerned persons at Guru Nanak Ayurvedic Medical College, Muktsar Punjab are 98760-00107, 94642-93642.

email ID(s) is Guru Nanak Ayurvedic Medical College Muktsar Punjab

Contact Details of Guru Nanak Ayurvedic Medical College, Muktsar Punjab are : +91-1633-261058 Ext.25,27

98722-77555, 94174-48788, Principal Telephone: +91-1633-261058

*Recognised by Pb Govt and CCIM
*Eligibility: 1st Pref: PMET eligibile (40%), 2nd Pref to PMET appeared (<40%) but 50% in +2 and 40% for SC/BC, 3rd Pref to PMET not appread but 50% (40% for SC/BC) in +2 Medical.


Guru Nanak Ayurvedic Medical College, Muktsar Punjab runs course(s) in Ayurvedic stream(s).

Approval details: Guru Nanak Ayurvedic Medical College is affiliated with Baba Farid University of Health Sciences (BFUHS), Faridkot (Punjab)


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Dr J.S. Gujral vice-chancellor, Baba Farid University of Health Sciences, Faridkot, expressed concern over slow development of Ayurvedic System of Medicine in Punjab and called upon managements of the private colleges to start post-graduate studies so that the state might become self-reliant in the teaching of ayurveda.

Talking to the Ludhiana Tribune after laying the foundation stone of 150-bed hospital at Guru Nanak Ayurvedic Medical College at Gopalpur on Tuesday Dr Gujral said that study of ayurvedic medicine was still in infancy.

“Though the government has initiated steps to strengthen research and development wing of the Ayurvedic Department there was much to be done yet,” said Dr Gujral. He called upon the managements of private colleges to plough back their profits into development and modernisation of institutes.

Showing satisfaction over the working of majority of private ayurvedic colleges of the states Dr Gujral hoped that they would get recognition in near future and then it would be easy for them to start post-graduation courses.

On the scope of ayurveda in the state Dr Gujral claimed that the future of this pathy was not so dark as had been made out. “A number of doctors in any field could be absorbed in the state as the desired ratio of one doctor for every 20,000 of population as prescribed by World Health Organisation was a distant dream in the state.

Earlier he had laid the foundation stone for 150-bed being constructed in the college. A cultural programme was presented on the occasion. Songs, folk songs, bhangra, giddha, skits Yasmine Sharma and Deepika Arora spoke on the importance of Ayurveda.

Dr Balwinder Walia chairman of the trust, Dr J.P.S. Oberoi principal, Mr Jagpal Khangura a senior Congress leader and Mr Jagdev Singh Jassowal were also among the speaker.

College celebrates Dhanvantri Jayanti

Mandi Ahmedgarh, November 7 Staff and students of Guru Nanak Ayurvedic Medical College and Research Institute, Gopalpur village, vowed to dedicate their lives to the service of humanity on the occasion of Dhanvantri poojan celebrations.

Importance of teachers role stressed

Teachers’ Day was celebrated at various educational institutes of the local town and surrounding villages. Students greeted their teachers by presenting flowers and attractive cards.

Addressing students and teachers at Sanatan Vidya Mandir Senior Secondary School, Samni Vipul Pragya, a disciple of Acharya Mahapragya, said the teacher was the foundation stone of any nation.

“When a teacher educates a child he contributes in the process of nation building. An ordinary person reaches apex in respective filed by virtue of his or her education and deeds, which are tailored necessarily by a teacher,” elaborated Samni Vipul. Mr D.R. Sharma, and Mr Mangat Ram Jain, chairman and president of the Vidya Parcharak Sabha, respectively and Mr Baldev Goyal spoke on the occasion.

Teachers and students of Janta College for Women arranged a cultural programme. During his address, Mr Ravinder Puri, vice-president of the college, impressed upon the students to recognise the contribution of their teachers in shaping their lives. Expanding the word TEACHER he stressed that a teacher at the same time should have training, enthusiasm, ability, character, honesty, education and sense of responsibility as essential qualities.

Ms Chiter Rekha Sharma and Ms Surinder Kaur, MD and Principal of the college, respectively, urged the social and political leaders to work collectively for saving the dignity and respect of the teaching community.

Mr Amrit Lal, Mr Rajinder Sharma, Mr Mangat Rai and Mr Kedar Nath Kapila were also present on the occasion.

The students of Guru Nanak Ayurvedic Medical College and Research Institute arranged a cultural function to felicitate their teachers. As a token of respect, they presented attractive gifts to their teachers. Dr Balwinder Singh Walia, chairman of the institute, called upon the teachers to reciprocate the sentiments of the students by imparting them up to date and intensive knowledge so that they could serve the ailing humanity in a better way. Dr J.P.S. Oberoi, Principal and Dr Kaushal, Vice-Principal, also spoke on the occasion. Separate functions were organised at Anand Isher Senior Secondary School and Kennedy Public High School also.

BHUPINDER KAUR Versus UNION OF INDIA AND OTHERS Civil Writ Petition No.6438 of 2008


Date of decision: 9th November, 2010

Bhupinder Kaur … Petitioner
Union of India and others … Respondents


None for the petitioner.
Mrs. Kulwant Kaur Kahlon,
Senior Standing Counsel for Union of India for respondent No.1.
None for respondents No.2 to 4.

Petitioner was posted as a Lecturer in Home Science with respondent No.4-Guru Gobind Singh College for Women, Sector 26, Chandigarh. She was to retire on 30th April, 2008 on completion of 60 years of age. A prayer has been made in the present writ petition that respondent No.4 be directed to permit the petitioner to continue in service ill the age of 62 years, because as per the policy of Government of India a Lecturer teaching in a College is to retire at the age of 62 years. This matter has been conclusively resolved by a Division Bench of this Court in its judgment rendered in Civil Writ Petition No.8025 of 2007 titled as Dr. A.C.Julka and others v. Panjab University and others decided on 31st October, 2008. The Division Bench dismissed various writ petitions, in which a similar prayer was made, by observing as under:

We thus find ourselves unable to agree with the submissions of the petitioners and do not find it a fit case for quashing the order dated 23rd July, 2002, Annexure P-13 or to issue a mandamus to direct the respondents to allow the petitioners to continue upto the age of 62 years, in view of the reasons enumerated in the foregoing paragraphs. For the same reasons, the plea of the non-teaching staff for enhancement in age of retirement is untenable and is rejected. The prayer in certain petitions for increasing the age of retirement from 62 to 65 years thus automatically goes.

All these writ petitions are, therefore, dismissed.

This Court is bound to follow the judgment rendered by a Division Bench of this Court in Dr. A.C.Julkas case (supra). Hence, the present petition is dismissed.


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