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GGDSD College, Chandigarh, Chandigarh
GGDSD College, Chandigarh, Chandigarh
Chandigarh (District Chandigarh)
Chandigarh, IndiaPin Code : 160030
GGDSD College, Chandigarh Chandigarh is a recognised institute / college. GGDSD College, Chandigarh Chandigarh is also known as Goswami Ganesh Dutta Sanatan Dharma College (GGDSD), Goswami Ganesh Dutt SD College. GGDSD College, Chandigarh Chandigarh was established on / in 1973.
Principal of GGDSD College, Chandigarh Chandigarh is Dr AC Vaid, Mrs Meena Prabhakar.
GGDSD College, 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 GGDSD College, Chandigarh Chandigarh is +91-172-2613656.
Contact Person(s) of the GGDSD College, Chandigarh Chandigarh is (are): Mr Santosh Kumar: 98766-91846.
Mobile No(s) of concerned persons at GGDSD College, Chandigarh Chandigarh are 94172-64182.
email ID(s) is
Website of GGDSD College, Chandigarh Chandigarh is www.ggdsd.com/, www.ggdsd.ac.in.
Chairman : Upkar Krishan Sharma.
Contact Details of GGDSD College, Chandigarh Chandigarh are : Ph.: +91-172-2600090, 2613656, 2661077, 2622257, 5001046-47-48-49
Prof. Mool Chand Sharma
Queries related to UGC innovative courses i.e. PG Diploma in Computer Graphics and Animation, Master of Entrepreneurship and Family Business (MEFB).
Mr Sumant Dutta Cell 98148-16056
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CoursesGGDSD College, Chandigarh Chandigarh runs course(s) in Degree, Commerce, Computer Applications stream(s).
BA, B.Sc, B.com, BCA, M.Com.
Approval details: GGDSD College is affiliated with Panjab University, Chandigarh (Chandigarh)
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36th Annual Convocation (Convocation)
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Holistic Education for Global Times (Profile)
BA, MA and MCA Courses (Admission Notice)
UG and PG Diploma (Admission Notice)
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Cosmetology course start (News)
Message of Principal Dr Anil K Parti (Profile)
PU merit holders (Profile)
MSc Physics and BA in sociology (Admission Notice)
BCom seats full (News)
MSc in Biotechnology (Admission Notice)
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Student ki maut par college me shauk (News)
Wall collapse claims 21 yrs old, students blame authorities (News)
Clerk on regular basis (Job Vacancy)
Himal crowned chess champ (News)
Students shines in Youth Fest performances (News)
Construction of Boundary Wall (Tender)
Students go on hunger strike (News)
College students call off strike (News)
Asstt Professor for Political Sciences and History (Job Vacancy)
SD College lads clinch top honours (News)
Students holds candle march on World AIDS day (News)
700 apply for 3 new courses (News)
NSS camp held (News)
Associate Professor in Commerce (Job Vacancy)
Asstt Professor for English and Economics (Job Vacancy)
B Com, M Com and PGDCA (Admission Notice)
Students documentary nominated for International film festival (News)
BSc with Industrial Chemistry (Admission Notice)
Commerce aspirants go for GGDSD College as top choice (News)
212 seats in UT pool (News)
Seats vacant in some colleges, pay late fee to get admission (News)
SD College collaborate with foreign universities (News)
Students protest for removal of hostel warden (News)
Students call off hunger strike (News)
Two city college on UGC grant lisy (News)
Two city college on UGC grant list (News)
Student bodies continue to give freebies in colleges (News)
SD College paddlers win title (News)
Asstt Professor for Maths and Botany (Job Vacancy)
Personality Development program held (News)
Fresher Party held (News)
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Workshop on Soft Skill development (News)
Meet on quality in higher education (News)
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Asstt Professor for Retail Management (Job Vacancy)
1000 teachers attend meet (News)
PU Basketball tournament (News)
500 participate in intercollegiate fest (News)
NSS camp begins (News)
NSS Volunteers hold free Medical camp (News)
Workshop on Biotechnology (News)
Eves claim PU fencing championship held (News)
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College to celebrate alumni meet today (News)
SSP interacts with GGDSD students (News)
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38th Annual Convocation held (Convocation)
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970 students get degrees (News)
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GGDSD trounce DAV to emerge cricket champsGGDSD College, Chandigarh, today won the Panjab University Inter-College Cricket A-Division (Men) Championship, for the session 2005-06, held at PU grounds.
DAV College, Chandigarh, Panjab University Campus, Chandigarh, and SCD Government College, Ludhiana, got the second, third and fourth positions, respectively.
In the finals played today, GGD SD College, Chandigarh, defeated DAV College, Chandigarh, by a massive score of 170 runs.
SD won the toss and elected to bat first and made a total score of 247 for 8 wickets in 50 overs.
In reply, the DAV team were bundled out for 77 in 23.3 overs.
GGD SD College: 247 for 8 in 50 overs.
Akashdeep-42, Harpreet Singh 39, Uday Kaul 29, Gaurav Gupta 32, Aseem Gupta 28 n.o., Gaurav Gambhir 24
Sunny Behl 2 for 38, Sidharth Sharma 3 for 55, Karan Kherwal 1 for 35, Amit 1 for 39
DAV College, Chandigarh: 77 all out in 23.3 overs.
Rahul Arora 13, Zahoor Ali 24
Akashdeep 3 for 34, Harmeet Singh 2 for 27, Varun Khanna 4 for 4.
In the matches for the third and fourth places, Panjab University Campus, Chandigarh, defeated SCD Govt College, Ludhiana, by 9 wickets.
SCD Govt College won the toss and chose to bat first. The whole team were out on 56 in 16.2 overs. The Panjab University Campus team chased the target easily in just 5 overs and made 59 runs for no loss.
SCD Govt College, Ludhiana: 56 all out in 16.2 overs.
Aseem Jindal 16, Ashish Sehgal 9
Amandeep Saggu 6 for 25, Sarpinder 3 for 30.
PU Campus, Chandigarh: 59 for no loss in 5 overs.
Nimanu 20, Gaurav 18 n.o., Harpreet 14 n.o.
PU team is inter college badminton championPanjab University Campus, Chandigarh, won the Panjab University Inter-College Badminton (Men) Championship here today. DAV College, Chandigarh finished second while GGDSD College, Chandigarh, took the third position.
The following is the result of the final match — Panjab University Campus, Chandigarh, b DAV College, Chandigarh, 3-0 (Gurjeet b Peeyush by 15-2, 14-17, 17-14; Deepak Sidhu b Pawan by 15-11, 15-05; Deepak Sidhu & Gurjeet b Akash & Peeyush by 15-10, 15-12).
Match for third and fourth places — GGDSD college, Chandigarh b Pb. Engg College, Chandigarh, 3-0. (Paras Gupta b Arunjit Singh by 15-13, 13-15, 15-04; Pankaj b Sahil Sharma by 15-0, 15-04; Rahul & Vinay b Arunjit Singh Yattan Single by 15-03, 15-05).
In the women’s section, Panjab University Campus, Chandigarh, won the Panjab University Inter College Badminton (Women) Championship. MCM DAV College for Women, Chandigarh were second and Khalsa College for Women, Ludhiana finished third.
Results: Panjab University Campus, Chandigarh b MCM DAV College for Women, Chandigarh 2-0. (H. Sarda Devi b Gauri by 11-7, 11-0; H. Sarda Devi & Mala b Isha & Gauri by 13-15, 15-13, 15-6).
Khalsa College for Women, Ludhiana b Pb. engg. College, Chandigarh 2-0. (Mandeep Kaur b Shruti Singh by 11-8, 11-3, Mandeep & Sandeep b Ravneet Gill & Shruti Singh by 15-3, 15-3).
SD college win handball tourneyGGDSD College, Chandigarh, won the Panjab University Inter-College Handball (Men) Championship for 2006-07. The tournament was held at PU grounds here today.
DAV College, Chandigarh, SGGS College, Chandigarh and SCD Government College, Ludhiana, secured second, third and fourth positions, respectively.
GGDSD College, Chandigarh, beat SGGS College, Chandigarh, (41-25). Harpreet (9), Chander Kishore (7) and Rakesh (7) were the main contributors for SD College while Gurjeet (8) and Sandeep (7) were the main contributors for the SGGS side.
In another match, DAV College, Chandigarh, defeated SCD Government College, Ludhiana, (25-18). Salim (9) and Sandeep (5) were the main scorers for the DAV team while Manjeet Singh and Anil scored 6 and 4 for the SCD team.
PU Campus shuttlers lift trophyPU Campus won the final match of the Panjab University Inter-college Badminton (men) Tournament played at the PU gymnasium hall, here, today. DAV College, Chandigarh, GGDSD College, Chandigarh, and SGGS College, Chandigarh, secured the second, third and fourth positions, respectively.
PU Campus toppled DAV College, Chandigarh, 3-2 in the final.
In the match for the third and fourth places, GGDSD beat SGGS 3-1.
Mutul b Amarjit Singh (21-10, 21-13)
Sunil Kumar b Anam ( 8-21, 11-21) Munish b Pardeep (21-6, 21-15) Mutul and Manish b Sunil and Rajat (21-17, 21-16)
Government College for Women, Ludhiana, b PU Campus (46-30); GGS College for Women, Chandigarh, b KCW, Ludhiana (41-38); Government College for Women, Ludhiana, b KCW, Ludhiana (56-48).
Rival student groups clash at GGDSD
Rival student groups clash at GGDSDIn a clash between rival student groups, a BA final-year student of GGDSD College at Sector 32 sustained injuries, when a group of boys attacked him inside the college premises. The incident was said to be a fallout of the rivalry that had emanated from student elections held last year in September.
Rival student groups clash at GGDSD
Students in a fix as PU fails to soften stand on psychology course in SD College - Non affiliation of courseStudents appearing for their final year BA (Hons) Psychology exam were in for a shock when they were informed that the question paper had not reached the examination centre. Both Panjab University officials and authorities at SD College, Sector 32, kept passing the buck leaving the students in a fix.
At 9 am when the students reached the college to appear for the exam they were told that no question paper had been received by the college. However, the paper was later arranged around 11 am by when all the students had already left.
Talking to Newsline, a student Neha said, 'This is our most crucial year as most of us plan to pursue an MSc psychology degree but now nothing seems possible. We should have atleast been intimated in advance about the college not having affiliation so that we could look for other options.'
Echoing similar thoughts there were others who said they were being made to suffer due to the indifferences between the college and PU authorities. Sources also claim that the college has been fined Rs 25,000 for starting the course without affiliation which is yet to be paid.
While the university maintains that the college does not have any affiliation to start the course, college authorities held PU authorities responsible for the entire episode. Talking to Newsline, principal of SD College Dr A C Vaid said, 'The students had appeared for the exam last year as well. Why did PU allow them to take the exam then. The university keeps changing their own rules and I will not let the students suffer.' Dr Vaid further added that the college will not be paying any fine as it has done nothing wrong.
Denying all allegations, PU authorities said the college had been intimated earlier that they don't have affiliation for the course but they failed to take appropriate action.
Examination Controller Professor A K Bhandhari said: 'The college does not have proper affiliation and we were asked by the college branch not to send them the question paper for the particular subject.' However, the authorities failed to explain as to why the question papers were sent later. Also, no decision has been taken yet on whether a re-exam will be held.
SD College files appeal against withdrawal of affiliation to MCA courseSunday, Feb 14, 2010
After the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) withdrew affiliation to run the MCA course, SD College has filed an appeal. Panjab University had asked the college to send all the 80 students enrolled under the course to the varsity and also deposit the entire course fee collected from the students. SD College, however, has refused to agree saying it was following regulations according to which they have filed an appeal and any other measure can be taken only after their appeal is decided. College Principal Dr A C Vaid said, 'The university has no power to ask us to send students to them or give them the fee. We are continuing with the course and have filed an appeal. We are sure that our affiliation would be reinstated'.
Non-teaching staff of colleges demand revised salaries
To protest against the UT Administration's failure to release the revised salaries for non-teaching employees, a rally was held in SD College, Sector 32, on Saturday. More than 150 non-teaching employees from all aided colleges of the city participated in the protest demanding implementation of the new pay scales. The non-teaching federation urged the Administration to release the pay to employees of aided colleges equivalent to their counterparts in government colleges. The union also threatened to cease work and boycott examination duties if their demands are not met.
Prabhakar is new GGDSD College principalProf Meena Prabhakar took charge as the officiating Principal of GGDSD College, Sector 32 on Thursday. She brings vast experience as she has been the Vice- Principal and Registrar of the College since 1995. She also heads the Music department of the college. Prof A C Vaid was heading the institute who was recently appointed as Pro V-C of Appejay University.
Punjabi by Design
College warns students against wearing skimpy clothesCollege warns students against wearing skimpy clothesChandigarh: SD College of Chandigarh city warned university students against wearing vulgar dresses in college otherwise they won t be allowed to attend classes. The college has also issued a notice on Thursday in this regard.Few days back, the college had asked two post graduate students to leave class for wearing objectionable dress.This is first city college that has issued a notice with regard to dress to be worn by girls in college premises.The recent diktat issued by the university is disturbing girl students as it is not clear to them what all dresses would come under the category of objectionable dress.
Chandigarhs Best CollegesBA: 600, BSc Medical and Non-Medical: 150 each, BCom: 280, BBA: 120, BCA: 120, BSc (H) Biotechnology and Bio-Informatics: 30 each, MCom: 30, Masters in Business Economics: 30, MSc Biotechnology: 20, MSc Information Technology: 30, MSc Applied Chemistry: 20, MSc Bio-Informatics: 20; PG Diploma in Computer Applications: 60, Mass Communications: 30, Tourism and Travel Management: 60, Computer Animation and Graphics: 30
Fee structure: As per Panjab University norms Faculty strength: 139
Hostel facility 325 seats for boys with an annual fee of Rs. 43,000, while for girls there are 350 seats with an annual fee of Rs. 39,500 Placement cell: The college has an active placement cell, over 50 reputed companies regularly visit the campus.
Famous festivals: The college hosts its annual cultural festival Virasat. Its annual alumni meet is also quite popular.
Entrance test: Admission to all courses is on the basis of the Other Common Entrance Test (OCET) conducted by the university.Important Dates: Prospectus will be available from the third week of May. Forms to be submitted by July 2.
Govt College for Girls , Courses and seats BA: 850, BCA: 80, BSc Non-Medical: 180, BSc Medical: 120, BSc Computer Science: 60, BCom: 140, MA in Public Administration, Economics, Sociology, Music (Vocal- Instrumental) and Dance: 30 each, MSc Botany, Zoology and Chemistry: 20, PG Diploma in Computer Applications: 40
Fee structure As per Panjab University norms Faculty strength: 146
Quota SC: 14-15%, ST: 5%, Sports: 2% Hostel facility Three hostels with a total of 610 seats. Annual expenditure is around Rs. 5,370 plus mess charges.
Placement cell The college has a career guidance and placement cell. It also has a career youth club formed by the students. In 2009-10, 225 students were placed with an average pay package of Rs1.5 lakh.
Famous festivals The college celebrates festivals like Lohri, Basant Panchami and Teej with verve.
Entrance test Test for Functional English is on July 5. For other courses admission will be on the basis of OCET conducted by the university.
Important Dates Prospectus will be available from June 7. Forms to be submitted by June 22.
Mehr Chand Mahajan DaV college for women
Courses and seats BA: 800, BA Vocational in Office Management and Secretarial Practice, BSc Medical, Non-Medical, Microbial and Food Technology, Computer Application and Food Science and Quality Control), B Com: 210, BCA: 80, PG Programme in English and Sociology and PG Diploma in Computer Application and Mass Communication. The college also provides career oriented add on courses and vocational courses.
Fee structure As per Panjab University norms
Faculty strength: 150
Quota SC-ST, OBC, Sports and ECA: As per Panjab University norms
Hostel facility The hostel offers seat to 750 students.
Placement cell The placement cell is very active and attracts MNCs to the campus. In the last academic session around 244 jobs offered.
Famous festivals The college organises psycho fest, IT fest and environment fest annually.
Important Dates Prospectus available from May 20. Last date for the submission of forms is June 25
Government College for Men
Courses and seats BA: 800, BCom: 140, BBA: 80, BCA: 80, Bachelors in Physical Education: 50, BSc Bio-technology: 30, BSc Computer Science: 60, BSc Non-Medical: 200, BSc Medical: 100, BSc Bio-technology elective: 30, BSc Micro-Biology elective: 30, BSc Bio-Informatics elective: 30, MA English: 60, MA History: 35, MA Punjabi: 25, MSc Information Technology: 30, MSc Chemistry: 30, Masters in Physical Education: 30
Fee structure As per Panjab University norms
Faculty strength: 80
Quota: SC: 14-15%, ST: 5%, OBC: Nil: Sports: 2%
Hostel facility Three hostels with a total of 450 seats. The annual expenditure is around Rs. 6,000.
Placement cell During the 2009-10 session, the placement cell provided jobs to 75 students with the average pay package being around Rs. 1.5 lakh per annum.
Famous festivals The students participate in various local and inter-college festivals and competitions.
Entrance test Admissions are on the basis of OCET conducted by the university.
Important dates Prospectus will be available from June 1. Forms to be submitted by June 22.
Dayanand Anglo Vedic College
Courses and seats BA: 800, BCom: 280, BCA: 120, BBA: 160, BSc Bio-informatics and Bio-technology (H): 20, BSc Bio-technology: 150, Bio-informatics: 100, BSc Medical and Non-Medical: 100, BSc Computer Science: 100, MCom: 30, MBE: 30, MA English: 40, MA Psychology: 40, MA Sociology: 40, MA Public Administration: 40, MSc IT: 60, MSc Bio-informatics: 20, MSc Bio-technology: 20, MSc Chemistry: 40, MSc Mathematics: 40, MSc Zoology: 30, MSc Physics: 20
Fee structure As per Panjab University rules.
Faculty strength: 143
Quota SC: 15%, ST-7.5%, OBC: Nil, Sports-ECA: 5%
Hostel facility 250 seats for boys and equal number for girls. The annual fees is Rs. 25,000 plus Rs. 5,000 for security.
Placement cell 150 students were placed during 2009-2010. The highest pay package was Rs. 2.5 lakh per annum
Famous festivals The college celebrates Lohri and Diwali in a lavish manner.
Entrance Test Admissions are on the basis of OCET conducted by the university
Important Dates Date of availability of the prospectus: June 1. Last date of submission of forms: June 25. Date of Admission: July 5.
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