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PG Government College for Girls (GCG Sector 42), Chandigarh, Chandigarh



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PG Government College for Girls (GCG Sector 42), Chandigarh, Chandigarh
Address:Sector 42
Chandigarh (District Chandigarh)
Chandigarh, India
Pin Code : 160036


PG Government College for Girls (GCG Sector 42), Chandigarh Chandigarh is a recognised institute / college. PG Government College for Girls (GCG Sector 42), Chandigarh Chandigarh was established on / in 1982.


Principal of PG Government College for Girls (GCG Sector 42), Chandigarh Chandigarh is Mehra Upinder, Mrs Shashi Malik, Dr. Nindru Bal, Mrs Mani Bedi.

PG Government College for Girls (GCG Sector 42), Chandigarh Chandigarh is situated in Chandigarh of Chandigarh state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Chandigarh comes under Chandigarh Tehsil, Chandigarh District.

Fax # of PG Government College for Girls (GCG Sector 42), Chandigarh Chandigarh is +91-172-2676005.

Contact Person(s) of the PG Government College for Girls (GCG Sector 42), Chandigarh Chandigarh is (are): Dean, College Instructions: Dr J S Raghu.

Mobile No(s) of concerned persons at PG Government College for Girls (GCG Sector 42), Chandigarh Chandigarh are 098886-97902, 93567-22040.

email ID(s) is PG Government College for Girls (GCG Sector 42) Chandigarh Chandigarh

Website of PG Government College for Girls (GCG Sector 42), Chandigarh Chandigarh is www.gcg42.org, www.chandigarh.nic.in.

Additional Information about PG Government College for Girls (GCG Sector 42), Chandigarh Chandigarh is : NAAC B+.


Contact Details of PG Government College for Girls (GCG Sector 42), Chandigarh Chandigarh are : Telephone: +91-172-2676005, 2602741
Shubpreet, Convenor, Convocation 2012-13 held on 7 March 2014


Courses

Vocational(Functional English), Vocational(Principal and Practices of Insurance), BA, B.Sc, B.Com,, MA


PG Government College for Girls (GCG Sector 42), Chandigarh Chandigarh runs course(s) in Degree stream(s).

PG Government College for Girls (GCG Sector 42) is affiliated with Panjab University, Chandigarh (Chandigarh)



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Post Graduate Government College for Girls-42

For admission to Post Graduate Government College for Girls (PGGCG), Sector 42, the prospectus-cum-admission forms will be available from June 18. The prospectus will cost Rs 80 and each prospectus will carry two forms, allowing students to apply in any of the other three government colleges, simultaneously.

The college offers a number of undergraduate and post graduate courses. In the science stream, courses pertaining to biotechnology, microbiology and computer applications, and functional English in arts stream are the most popular courses at the college.

In BA, the college offers functional English, elective English, functional Hindi and elective Hindi. In BSc, biotechnology, bioinformatics, microbiology, computer science and IT are the main subjects on offer. In MA, English, public administration, political science and sociology are the main subjects offered by the college, while in MSc, zoology and botany are key subjects offered.

BCom is another sort after course at the college. The forms for this course will be available online from June 14.

In addition to general degree courses, the college also offers post-graduation diploma courses in translation, mass communication, guidance and counselling and computer application with 30 seats in each course.

The add-on courses available at the college include bioinformatics, environmental auditing, tourism and travel and event management with 40 seats each.

The college has also introduced animation and graphics, web designing and multimedia, mass communication and video production, and disaster management and entrepreneurship from the new academic session.

The last date for submission of forms is June 30. Admission for all courses, except BA, will be conducted from July 9. Late admissions with Rs 500 as late admission fee will take place between July 27 and August 8.

Not faring well in studies, BA student hangs self

A 20-year-old girl committed suicide by hanging herself at her residence in Sector 56 on Saturday morning. The deceased has been identified as Rajni, a second-year BA student of Government College, Sector 42. She is reported to have taken the extreme step as she was not faring well in studies and had even got a compartment.

According to Police, Rajni was alone in the house when the incident took place. 'On Saturday, Rajni's aunt Anita decided to visit the house as Rajni's parents had gone to attend a wedding in Uttar Pradesh. She found the house door locked and despite ringing the doorbell, no one responded.'

As Anita grew worried, she informed the Rajni's elder sister who works in Mohali and later police was informed. Police personnel broke the window and found her hanging in the bedroom.

No suicide note was recovered . The body has been sent for a post mortem to GMSH-16. Rajni's father works in the electricity department. Inquest proceedings have begun into the incident.

NAAC report of Post Graduate Government College for Girls (Sector 42)

COLLEGE PROFILE
Government College for Girls Sector (GCGS) was established in 1982 and got recognition from UGC from 1991. College offers 08 under graduate courses. Teaching staff is mainly recruited by UPSC and non-teaching staff is recruited by Chandigarh administration. It has 96 teaching staff members, out of which 85 are permanent and 11 are part time teachers. It has 37 administrative and technical staff. Total no. of student is 2806 out of which 862 are from other state.. Drop out rate ati 28-38% UG level. Total unit cost is Rs. 10,288.35 per annum (with salaries). College follows annual system for examination. There are 168 teaching days. It's a government funded college. There are 34 Ph.D holders out of 96 Teachers. College has Central Library, Sports Facility, Hostel Facility, Vehicle Parking Shed and A/V Center.

Criteria I - Curricular Aspect
College conducts various programs that are consistent with goals and objectives of the institutions. It offers medical and non-medical courses, arts, commerce and vocational courses such as Functional English and Principle & Practice of Insurance. Program options are flexible w.r.t. horizontal mobility, elective options and non-core options. Many of faculty members represent the college at Punjab University for under graduate studies and are instrumental for designing the syllabus. College makes an effort to make the students with good personality. It also provides value based modern education and develops confidence in the students. It also helps to make the students to make skilled and balanced individuals.

SUGGESTIONS
Larger options at undergraduate level should be offered

Post graduate courses should be started

Self financing courses in Information Technology, Biotechnology, etc. should be started

Add-on / Certificate courses may be started

More options with management course should be given

Percentage of drop outs should be minimized

More no. of elective options

Tentative Score: 05

Criteria II - Teaching, Learning and Evaluation
Students are selected by merit and through interviews. College has transparent admission process. It also monitors student progress. Knowledge & skills of the students are assessed by term tests, class tests, tutorial, projects and assignments. Educationally disadvantaged students are given special attention through remedial, while advanced learners are given more opportunities especially through Poor Brilliant Student Scholarship Scheme (PBSSS). Teaching plan is prepared and communicated well in advance. Lecturing method is supported by Projector, Model, Charts and other A/V aids. Percentage of classes taught by full time faculty is 100%. Evaluation methods are communicated to the students, at beginning of the academic session. College encourages the teachers to participate at national and international level seminars. Feedback is collected from the students and communicated to the teachers for the betterment of the academic and campus environment. Fairly good no. of teaches have received the teaching awards. It has also constituted committees for smooth functioning of the college. The quality in teaching learning mechanism is also maintained by practice of self appraisal method which evaluates the performance of the college faculty.

SUGGESTIONS
Effective teaching plan should be implemented

Course such as Life-Science, Micro-Biology, Biotechnology, Biochemistry,
Management, Book Keeping, Secretarial Practice, etc. may be introduced to broaden the horizon of college.

PG courses must be implemented

Actual teaching days, 168 now, should be increased.

A/V facilities should be made available to maximum people.

More no. of teacher must be encouraged to participate in national and international event.

Tentative Score: 25

Criteria III - Research and Consultancy
34 staff members are Ph.D. holders. Teachers have been provided with seed money for participation in seminars. 3 projects have been completed by faculty members. Teachers regularly publish their work in the reputed journals. UGC, Ministry of Tourism and Murdoch University of Australia have funded projects. There is a designated person with additional responsibility, for extension activities. Various extension activities such as Literacy Awareness, AIDS Awareness, Environment Awareness, Eye Donation, Polio Awareness, Hepatitis Awareness, Blood Donation Camp, and Medical Camps are carried out regularly. Participating students are recognized by token of appreciations.

SUGGESTIONS
Active research should be carried out as the college has 34 Ph.D. holders

Major and minor research must be undertaken with the assistance of various funding agencies.

College should maintain the student records of UGC, GATE and TOFEL examination.

Revenue can be generated through consultancy services

Collaboration with GOs and NGOs should be promoted.

Students should be encouraged to participate in research activities.

Tentative Score: 02

Criteria IV - Infrastructure and Learning Resource
The college has been keeping pace with the academic growth. It has maintained its infrastructure with the help of supportive staff, Government grants and UGC assistance under various schemes. It makes optimum use of its infrastructure such class rooms. It makes available academic facilities and infrastructure to external agencies also. College campus is kept beautiful and pollution free by its own staff. There is advisory committee for Library. The computers are maintained by Tata Infotech and Govt. agencies. College has its own first-aid center and medical help is available in Govt. hospitals for its staff. College students are doing fairly well in sports. Sports persons have represented India in South Africa, China, etc. Sports persons are recognized by giving mementos.

SUGGESTONS
Working hours of the library should be increased.

Library should be computerized and networked.

Book bank facility should be made available to the students.

Health service should be available to the students

More computers should be available.

Revenue can be generated from the by undertaking commercial projects.

Reading room in the hostel should be provided

More linkages should be setup with industries.

Tentative Score: 10

Criteria V - Student Support and Progression
25percentage of students pursues their higher education in their respective fields. College alumni have attained prominent positions like Bank Executive, University Teacher, C.A., etc. College produces sports persons of national and international repute. It publishes and updates the prospectus regularly, through administration office of govt. colleges. Prospectus contains all the relevant information about the admission process, rules and regulations of examinations, available funding facility, sports details, etc. Various facilities are available such as indoor and outdoor games. Good no. of clubs and societies caters to cultural and recreational needs of the students. This helps to develop overall personality of student.

SUGGESTIONS
Placement cell should be established.

Students must be encouraged for self employment.

Better alumni management.

Alumni should be approached by the college for the betterment of the college.

More welfare programs must be introduced.

Linkages should be established with nearby colleges

Tentative Score: 08

Criteria VI - Organization and Management

College has an effective internal coordinating and monitoring mechanism. College has Advisory and Academic Council for coordination between various college programs. Academic and Administrative audits are conducted by external agency at various levels. College follows its own academic calendar. College has surplus budget. College has active grievances redressal cell. College helps to acquire loans to teaching and non-teaching staff members. It has also appointed purchase committee for purchasing the equipments.

SUGGESTIONS
College should have its detailed academic calendar.

Professional development program for teaching, non-teaching staff and students should be conducted regularly.

Suggestion box for the students can facilitate transparent working.

Professional development for student can be carried out.

Internal audit mechanism should be implemented

Tentative Score: 08

Criteria VII - Healthy Practice
The college has MO Us with research institutions like Regional Institute of English. Various academic and co-curricular activities are planned in the beginning of the academic year. College also inculcates civic responsibilities amongst the students through various programs. Various clubs and societies help to develop the personality of the student. College tries to achieve its goals and objectives through academic and non-academic program. Community orientation programs are carried out. College has active Meditation center which helps students greatly in stress management.
SUGGETIONS
More self financing courses can be introduced.

More curricular activities will enhance academic performance.

Inter-collegiate curricular activities will enhance the competitive skills.

Enhanced linkages between depts. will facilitate smooth working

Principle should visit classrooms frequently to gather feedback.

Regular dept. meetings must be held.0


Tentative Score: 08

SUGGESTIONS
Larger options at undergraduate level should be offered

Post graduate courses should be started

Self financing courses in Information Technology, Biotechnology,etc. should be started

Add-on / Certificate courses may be started

More options with management course should be given

Percentage of drop outs should be minimized

More no. of elective options

Effective teaching plan should be implemented

Course such as Life-Science, Micro-Biology, Biotechnology, Biochemistry,
Management, Book Keeping, Secretarial Practice, etc. may be introduced to broaden the horizon of college.

PG courses must be implemented

Actual teaching days, 168 now, should be increased.

A/V facilities should be made available to maximum people.

More no. of teacher must be encouraged to participate in national and international event.

Active research should be carried out as the college has 34 Ph.D. holders

Major and minor research must be undertaken with the assistance of various funding agencies.

College should maintain the student records of UGC, GATE and TOFEL examination.

Revenue can be generated through consultancy services

Collaboration with GOs and NGOs should be promoted.

Students should be encouraged to participate in research activities.

Working hours of the library should be increased.

Library should be computerized and networked.

Book bank facility should be made available to the students.

Health service should be available to the students

More computers should be available.

Revenue can be generated from the by undertaking commercial projects.

Reading room in the hostel should be provided

More linkages should be setup with industries.

Placement cell should be established.

Students must be encouraged for self employment.

Better alumni management.

Alumni should be approached by the college for the betterment of the college.

More welfare programs must be introduced.

Linkages should be established with nearby colleges

College should have its detailed academic calendar.

Professional development program for teaching, non-teaching staff and students should be conducted regularly.

Suggestion box for the students can facilitate transparent working.

Professional development for student can be carried out.

Internal audit mechanism should be implemented

More self financing courses can be introduced.

More curricular activities will enhance academic performance.

Inter-collegiate curricular activities will enhance the competitive skills.

Enhanced linkages between depts. will facilitate smooth working

Principle should visit classrooms frequently to gather feedback.

Regular dept. meetings must be held.




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