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Guru Gobind Singh College for Women Sector 26, Chandigarh, Chandigarh
Guru Gobind Singh College for Women Sector 26, Chandigarh, Chandigarh
Address:Plot No : 6, Sector 26
Chandigarh (District Chandigarh)
Chandigarh, IndiaPin Code : 160019
Guru Gobind Singh College for Women Sector 26, Chandigarh Chandigarh is a recognised institute / college. Guru Gobind Singh College for Women Sector 26, Chandigarh Chandigarh is also known as GGS Women College, Sector 26, Chandigarh. Guru Gobind Singh College for Women Sector 26, Chandigarh Chandigarh is managed by Society: Sikh Educational Society Sri Guru Gobind Singh College Campus. Guru Gobind Singh College for Women Sector 26, Chandigarh Chandigarh was established on / in 1973.
Principal of Guru Gobind Singh College for Women Sector 26, Chandigarh Chandigarh is Earlier Kaur (Mrs.) Harinderjit, now Dr Charanjeet Kaur Sohi.
Guru Gobind Singh College for Women Sector 26, 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 Guru Gobind Singh College for Women Sector 26, Chandigarh Chandigarh is 0172-2795934, 2795937.
Contact Person(s) of the Guru Gobind Singh College for Women Sector 26, Chandigarh Chandigarh is (are): Prof. Satvinder Kaur.
email ID(s) is
Website of Guru Gobind Singh College for Women Sector 26, Chandigarh Chandigarh is www.ggscw.org.
Chairman : Gurdev Singh Brar.
General Secretary : Col. (Retd) Jasmer Singh Bala.
Contact Details of Guru Gobind Singh College for Women Sector 26, Chandigarh Chandigarh are : Telephone: +91-172-2791610, 2792757
Vice President Kuldeep Singh
Convener:Prof Satvinder Kaur, Neelam Gupta
President: Gurdev Singh Brar
Other colleges of Guru Gobind Singh Group (Sikh Educational Society), Chandigarh
SGGS Khalsa College Sector 26, Chandigarh
Sikh National College, Qadian
Sikh National College, Banga
Sri Guru Gobind Singh College of Pharmacy (Sector 26), Chandigarh
CoursesGuru Gobind Singh College for Women Sector 26, Chandigarh Chandigarh runs course(s) in Education stream(s).
Vocational(Computer Applications), BA, B.Com, BCA, M.Sc(I.T),
Approval details: Guru Gobind Singh College for Women Sector 26 is affiliated with Panjab University, Chandigarh (Chandigarh)
Profile of Guru Gobind Singh College for Women Sector 26Guru Gobind Singh College For Women is one of the prestigious Institutions of Chandigarh, affiliated to Panjab University Chandigarh. It is a multi-faculty College providing education in Humanities, Commerce and Computer Applications upto the Graduate level. The College has an extremely capable Faculty consisting of 45 teaching and 32 non-teaching Members. The College has a modern and well equipped Hostel with accommodation for 350 Boarders. The College library stocks 11,000 books with special reference to Literature, Languages, Arts, Commerce and Computer Science.
Date of Submission : 01/07/2010, Thursday 10:19 AM
Teacher Education Institution Registration Details
Reference ID : NCHCHDIN-2679
TAN. No : AACTS6293H
NACC Accredited : Yes
--NCTE NACC Grade : B+
--Year of NACC Accredation : 2004
Minority : No
--Minorty Type : NA
--Religion : NA
--Language : NA
Location college/institution : Urban
Located in : institusional
Building Type : Leased Land/Building
Total Area(Sq.Mts.) : 24289
Total Built up Area(Sq.Mts.) : 2689
Nature of land holding : Lease
Type of Land(Lease) : Private
Construction completed Date : 04/12/2004
Shared Campus Area : 24290
Campus shared by : By Resolution
Khasra No./Plot No./Survey No. : 6
Revenue Village of the land : UT
Land is free from all encumbrances ? : No
Type of college/institution :
Management of the college/institution : NA
Management of college/Institute : NA
Institution or its Managing society/body registered ? : Yes
Registration Act :
No. of Non Teaching Staff(Male) : 3
No. of Non Teaching Staff(Female) : 3
No. of Non Teaching Staff(Total) : 6
Area of Reading Room(Sq.Mts.) : 586
Seating Capacity : 80
Titles of Teacher Education(Library) : 350
Books of Teacher Education : 2200
No.of Journals : 10
No of Encyclopedias(Library) : 100
Area of Lab : 271
No of Computers : 100
Internet Access ? : Yes
LAN : Yes
Availability of LCD Projector : Yes
Availability of OHP : Yes
Availability of TV : Yes
Availability of VCR : Yes
Name of Experiment(Psycho Lab) :
1. Group test of intelligence(GTI)1
3. Non verbal group intelligence test 1
4.General class room Achievement test 1
5.Biology Achievement test 1
6. Educational interest record(EIR)1
7.Sentence completion test1
8. Teacher attitude Inventory 1
9. High school personality Qustioner 1
10.Verbal test of creative thinking 1
11. Jalota general Mental ability test 1
12. Stop watch (Timer)Racer electionics
Name of Appratus(Psycho Lab) :
1.Stop watch (Timer)Racer electionics
2.Transparencies Education psychology (Set of 30)
3. Educational CD`s (i)Title Education psychology 1
(ii)Psychological test and Apparatus =1
(iii)Teaching Aids =1
Area of science Lab : NA
Physical Science Name Experiment : NA
Name of Charts(Physical Science) : NA
Name Experiment(Biological Science) : NA
Name Charts(Biological Science) : NA
Name Model(Biological Science) : NA
Area of Lab(Language Lab) : NA
Name of Equipments(Language Lab) : NA
Name of Charts(Language Lab) : NA
Indoor Game Area : NA
Indoor Game(D.Ed/B.Ed./M.Ed.courses) : NA
Outdoor Games(D.Ed/B.Ed./M.Ed.courses) : NA
Area of Outdoor Games : NA
Name and No. of Instruments(arts and carfts) : NA
Name Charts(arts and carfts) : NA
Name of Models(arts and carfts) : NA
Name of Instruments(Health and Physical...) : NA
No of Instruments(Health and Physical... ) : NA
Name Charts(Mathematics Resource Center) : NA
Name Model(Mathematics Resource Center) : NA
Name of Instruments (Anatomy,Physiology... ) :
2. Spiro Meter
3. Gyno meter
4. weeing machine
5. Weight and Height table
6. Mono Meter
8. Skin Fold caliper
10. Human Skeleton 1
Name of Charts (Anatomy,Physiology ...) :
3. Nervous system
4. Endocrine system
5. Excretory system
6. Circulatory system
7. Muscular system
8. Skeleton system
9. Cell system
10. Balance diet
Name of Equipments(Atheletic Care) :
4. Balance board
Name of Charts(Atheletic Care) :
7.Muscle system chart
Name and No. of Instrumernts(Cultural Facility) :
Name and No. of Instruments(Athletics) :
2.Shot put 10
5.High jump poles 2set
7.Starting block 10
9.Medicine balls 6
10.Stop watch 4
Size of Track(Athletics) :
Indoor Games(C.P.Ed/B.P.Ed./M.P.Ed.courses) :
Indoor Game[Area](C.P.Ed/B.P.Ed./M.P.Ed.courses) : 270
Outdoor Games(C.P.Ed/B.P.Ed./M.P.Ed.courses) :
Area of Alloted Outdoor Games : 17606
Gym Facility for Women : Yes
Area of Men Gym(sq.Mts.) : 270
No of Stnations(men) : 16
Area of Women Gym : 270
No of Stnations(women) : 16
Mode of Salary : cheque
Salary Transfer(Faculty) : cheque
Account Details of Bank (Salary) : 10506615462
Date of Opening of Bank A/c : 01/01/2006
Opening Balance : 1000
Fees : 688500
Donation : 0
MISC : 0
Total Amount Receipts : 689500
Expenditure Teacher Salary : 5
Expenditure Non Teacher Salary : 6
Expenditure Library : 141660
Expenditure Laboratory : 31750
Expenditure Furniture : 123750
Expenditure Misc : 10000
Total Expenditure : 307171
Balance of Funds Available During Year : 0
Name of Auditor/CA : S K VERMA
Address of Auditor/CA : SCO 345/46 2ND FLOOR 35-B CHD.
Phone NO. : 01722603143
Teaching Faculty Details
Teacher id Designation
NCHCHDTE-23298 Asistant Professor
NCHCHDTE-18265 Asistant Professor
NCHCHDTE-24271 Asistant Professor
NCHChDTE-24230 Asistant Professor
NCHCHDTE-18423 Asistant Professor
Composition of Society/Trust
col.(Retd)jasmer Singh Bala,Secreatry,SES #2685,Phase 11,SAS Nagar Mohali
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Media coverage of Guru Gobind Singh College for Women Sector 26, Chandigarh Chandigarh, Chandigarh
Guru Gobind Singh College wins giddha contestThe Guru Gobind Singh College for Women, Sector 26, won the giddha contest on the concluding day of the Youth Festival (Zone A), conducted by Panjab University here today.
The Dev Samaj College for Women, Sector 45, was second while the third place was bagged by the MCM DAV College for Women, Sector 36.
Amritpal Kaur from the Guru Gobind Singh College for Women won the first prize in the individual category. Navneet Kaur from Dev Samaj and Jagat Vir from the MCM DAV College for Women were second and third, respectively.
Government Home Science College won the group dance competition, the Guru Gobind Singh College for Women was second while the third place was bagged by the Government College for Girls, Sector 42.
Pooja from the Government College for Girls, Sector 42, Supria from Home Science College and Nivedita from Guru Gobind Singh College were the winners in the individual category of the contest. Ragini from Guru Gobind Singh College for Women and Pooja from the Government College for Girls, Sector 42, were the winners in the classical dance contest.
Dr Ramesh Kapoor, Dean of the College Development Council of Panjab University, was the chief guest in the morning session. Raja Harnerinder Singh, a member of the Sikh Educational Society, and principals from the participating colleges were present on the occasion. Mr R.S. Gujral, Home Secretary, was the chief guest in the evening session.
Guru Gobind Singh college winHosts Guru Gobind Singh College for Women, Sector 26, emerged winners in the Panjab University Inter-College Ball Badminton Tournament played here today. They got the better of Government College for Girls, Sector 11, 29-7, 29-8 in the final.
In the match for third place, MCM DAV College for Women, Sector 36, got third place. They defeated Dev Samaj College for Women, Sector 45, 18-29, 29-24, 29-18.
The inter-unit badminton and table tennis meet of the Bhakra Beas Management Board (BBMB) was inaugurated by Mr Rakesh Nath, Chairman, BBMB. Players from Nangal, Sundernagar and Talwara are taking part. Badminton matches are being played at Sector 42 badminton hall and table tennis matches at the Sector 35 BBMB Rest House.
Guru Gobind Singh College girls win vball championshipThe Guru Gobind Singh College for Women, Chandigarh, won the Panjab University Inter-college Volleyball A-division (women) Championship held on the PU campus, here, today.
Swami Ganga Giri Janta Girls College, Raikot, MCM DAV College for Women, Chandigarh, and Khalsa College for Women, Ludhiana, got second, third and fourth positions, respectively.
AKSIPS, Sector 41, beat Stepping Stones School, Sector 37, by five wickets in the under-11 8th Blessed Edmund Rice Cricket Tournament played at St John’s High School, Sector 26, here today.
Brief scores — Stepping Stones: 71 for 7 in 20 overs (Davinder 19, Abhijeet 2 for 5 and Ashish 2 for 12); AKISIPS: 72 for 5 in 14.3 overs (Preet 30, Arshdeep 17 n.o. and Piyush Arora 3 for 23).
Seminar dwells on life in citiesGuru Gobind Singh College for Women, Sector 26, in collaboration with a Delhi-based organisation, Katha, organised a seminar on the theme of “city stories: transforming the city, writing the city” here yesterday.
Prof S.S. Bari, Registrar of Panjab University, who was the chief guest, spoke about the AIDS epidemic. Prof Rajesh Gill from the Department of Sociology, Panjab University, said the whole history could be understood in terms of the movement from villages to cities. She was of the opinion that the cities of the future must be conceptualised according to regional and local needs and not global needs.
Fifteen faculty members and 10 students of various city colleges presented papers, short stories and recited poems on the given themes. Three papers by the faculty members and two papers by the students were selected for presentation at the Katha International Utsav to be held in New Delhi from January 6 to 11 next year.
While the first position was bagged by Ms Harneet Kaur of Guru Gobind Singh College for Women, Sector 26, the second position went to Ms Iqbal Judge of Government College for Women, Sector 42. Ms Sukhpreet of the MCM DAV College, Sector 36, was awarded the third prize.
MCM wins Bains trophy for 10th yearMCM DAV College for Women, Chandigarh, was awarded the Panjab University General Efficiency Sports Shield (Principal Bains Trophy) for the 10th year in succession during the annual sports prize distribution function held on its premises here today. The college had secured a record 495 points and won the honour for the 34th time.
During the 2005-06 session, the college was runners up in four games, third in eight games, and was fourth in three games. The cricket team of the college was the Panjab University Inter College Cricket champion for the seventh year in succession.
Guru Gobind Singh College for Women, Chandigarh, bagged the runners up trophy (PUSU Trophy) by piling up 381.5 points while Dev Samaj College for Women, Chandigarh, got Dr G.S. Dhillon Trophy in the General Championship (B division) by scoring 60 points.
Among boys, DAV College, Chandigarh, won Sir Sadi Lal Trophy by securing 632 points. Sri Guru Gobind Singh College, Chandigarh, was the runners up in the General Championship by securing 382.5 points. It won the KK Grover Trophy. Government College, Karamsar, bagged the PUSC Trophy by collecting 70 points in the general championship (B division).
Among the Evening and Education colleges, Department of Evening Studies, Panjab University, Chandigarh, won the PUSC Trophy by getting 133 points.
GGSGW 26 celebrates founders dayGuru Gobind Singh College for Women (GGSGW), Sector 26, here celebrated its founder’s day associated with the birth anniversary of Guru Gobind Singh in the college auditorium.
“Akhand path” of Sri Guru Granth Sahib was also organised. After the “bhog”, a community kitchen was organised by college staff and students.
During the three days of celebrations, students and staff participated in large numbers. Students from various colleges also attended the function.
Members of the management committee of the Sikh Educational Society, Chandigarh, were also present.
The Principal of the college, Dr Harinderjit Kaur, addressed the congregation and exhorted students to live a life on ethics and follow the path of righteousness as preached in Guru Granth Sahib.
Students advised to follow Gurus idealsFilm and television actor Mangal Dhillon visited Guru Gobind Singh College for Women, Sector 26, here today. Khalsa — a film on Sikh religions was screened for the students. Khalsa directed by Dhillon, depicts the life of Guru Gobind Singh.
Dhillon also addressed the students and said the Gurbani too recognises place of respect for women. Illustrating from Guru Granth Sahib, he said Sikhism was universal religion and preaches oneness of human kind.
Khalsa highlights, spirit of sacrifice in Sikhism not just for religious purpose but also for the welfare of entire mankind.
Dr Harinjderjit Kaur, Principal of the college, called on students to lead ethical life based on teachings of the Sikh Gurus. She also appealed to them to preserve the Sikh heritage.
GGSC win kho kho championsGuru Gobind Singh College for Women, Sector 26, Chandigarh, won the Panjab University Inter-College Kho Kho A Division (Women) championship for the year 2007-08. The meet held at PU grounds, here, today.
Government College for Women, Ludhiana, clinched second place while MBBG GG Girls College, Ratterwal and GGS Khalsa College, Kamalpura got third and fourth places, respectively.
Guru Gobind Singh College for Women, Chandigarh b Government College for Women, Ludhiana 2 points (14-12).
MBBG Girls College, Ratterwal b GGS Khalsa College, Kamalpura 1 point (6-5).
Arpana sets records in powerliftingGuru Gobind Singh College for Women, Sector 26, won the team trophy in the third Chandigarh Women Powerlifting Championship organised today at Weightlifting Coaching Centre, Sector 42, here today. They got 117 points. MCM DAV College for Women, Sector 36, secured the second place.
In the 48 kg category, class, Manjit Kaur of GGSCW-26 established a new record in bench-press from 31.5 kg to 40 kg and won the gold medal by lifting a total weight of 190 kg.
In the 56 kg category, Arpana of GGSC-26 also created four new records in squat from 80 kg to 82.5 kg, in bench-press from 50 kg to 52.5 kg, in deadlift from 107.5 kg to 120 kg and total eight from 242.5 kg to 272.5 kg, thus winning the gold medal. In the 60 kg category, Jagdeep Bawa of PU campus won the gold medal, while in the 90 kg category, Deepika of Government College for Girls, Sector 42, bagged one gold medal.
Government College for Girls, Sector 11, won the Panjab University Inter- College Kabaddi (Women) Championship, which concluded here today. The second prize went to MCM DAV College for Women, Sector 36.
Meanwhile, the PU Inter-College Basketball tournament (Men) was played at DAV College, Sector 10. PU campus overpowered DAV College, Hoshiarpur at 73-63 and PU campus beat SGGS College, Chandigarh at 71-53.
In the North-East Zone Inter-Varsity Tennis (Men) Tournament, Kurukshetra University will meet Delhi University in the final to be held tomorrow.
More opt for BCA, BComThe last day for submission of admission forms in various city colleges saw students flocking the campuses. Some of them were even seen finding last-minute details and making changes in their respective forms. The figures, till now, reveal that BCA, BCom and BBA are the most sought-after courses.
While MCM DAV College, Sector 36, received around 2,000 forms for 140 seats in BCom and 700 forms for 40 seats in BCA while GGDSD College, Sector 32, where BCom is the most preferred course, received around 2,000 forms for BCom and 750 forms for 40 seats in BCA. Meanwhile, in DAV College, Sector 10, for 210 seats in BCom, around 2,000 forms have been submitted. The college has also received 800 forms for 40 seats in BCA and 950 forms for BBA.
In Guru Gobind Singh College for women, Sector 26, for 140 seats in BCom, 225 forms have been received while for 40 seats in BCA, 143 forms have been received. Sri Guru Gobind Singh College, Sector 26, also received 600 forms for 210 seats in BCom.
Dev Samaj College for Women, Sector 45, received the least number of forms. For 140 seats in BCom, 81 forms were received whereas for 40 seats in BCA, 192 forms were received.
At Government College for Girls, Sector 11, 1,250 forms for 140 seats of BCom were received while for 40 seats in BCA, 950 forms were received. Government College, Sector 11, received 1,029 forms for BCom, 740 forms for BBA and 858 forms for BCA.
In Government College, Sector 46, students submitted 950 forms for BCom and 1,085 for BCA. In the newly launched Government College of Commerce and Business Administration, Sector 19, 1,316 forms were received for BCom and 643 for BBA. Similarly, in Government College for Girls, Sector 42, more than 700 forms were received against 140 seats in BCom and around 500 forms were received in BCA.
Also due to non-declaration of some results, GGDSD College has shifted the last date for submission to June 29. For students seeking admission in MBE, MSc (bio-informatics) and MSc (biotech), the merit list will be displayed on June 30. For BCom, BBA, BCA, BSc (biotech), BSc (bio informatics), MCom and MSc (IT), the last date for submission of forms is June 26 and the merit list will be displayed on June 28.
Gagandeep to lead PUGagandeep Kaur of Guru Gobind Singh College for Women, Sector 26, will lead the Panjab University team in the All- India Inter-University Ball Badminton Tournament for women to be held at Kuppam from February 5 to 9.
PU will play their first match on February 6 against the winners of the match between Mumbai and Law University, Chennai.
Other members of the team are: Poonam Devi, Nishi Rajan, Manpreet Kaur (GGSCW-26), Vandana, Dimpy Chadel, Renu (Dev Samaj College-45), Meenu Sharma (PU Campus), Venus Kalra (MCMDAV-36) and Pooja Aggarwal (MCMDAV-36). Baljinder Singh Banwait and Jaswinder Kaur will accompany the team as coach and manager, respectively.
GGS college ball badminton champsThe Guru Gobind Singh College for Women, Sector 26, won the Panjab University Inter-College Ball Badminton Women Championship on the PU campus here today.
In the final match, GGS College beat Dev Samaj College 2-1 (8-29, 29-23, 29-16) to clinch the title.
The Dev Samaj College for Women, Sector 45, secured the second position, while the MCM DAV College for Women, Sector 36, and the PU campus got third and fourth positions, respectively.
Earlier, in semi-final matches, Dev Samaj College thrashed PU campus 2-0 score (29-8, 29-13) whereas GGS college beat MCM DAV 2-1 (24-29, 29-23, 29-11).
Students enjoy langar on Founders DayGuru Gobind Singh College for Women, Sector 26, Chandigarh, celebrated Founder s Day and the birthday of Guru Gobind Singh today. Shabad recitation by college students and staff, and lecture by Principal Ram Singh, were the highlights of the occasion.
Bhai Ravinder Singh, Hazoori Ragi, Sri Harmandir Sahib, Amritsar, also performed kirtan.
Students and staff prepared langar. This is an annual activity organised by the Gurmat Vichar Sabha of the college.
The management of the college, the principal, Dr Harinderjit Kaur, and the teaching and non-teaching staff also participated in the function.
All set for poll in PU collegesThe election process which started in the city colleges on 17 of this month will come to an end tomorrow with voting taking place in the morning. The results will be declared on the same day. Today was the last day of the campaigning.
The police has made elaborate security arrangements to ward off any untoward incident.
However, voting in two city colleges, namely the Government College for Men, Sector 11 and the Guru Gobind Singh College for Women, Sector 26, will not be held as the council had been elected unanimously Also, in the Government College for Girls, Sector 42, voting will take place for the post of joint secretary only, as the other three candidates have been elected unanimously.
The classes in most of the City colleges remained affected with students busy canvassing for their candidates. Students were seen making last ditch efforts to see their candidates in the office.
The colleges wore a look of festivity. The supporters had put up coloured banners and posters in support for their candidates. At some colleges, the students even did not mind pasting posters on the walls. A girl student of MCM DAV College, Sector 36 said, "Our Principal has allowed us to put these posters on the walls on the condition that after the elections we would have to remove them".
Ms Prachi Yadav, who is contesting for the post of president of the college said, ‘‘It is for the first time I am contesting any election but I am not nervous". She admitted that she was going to face tough competition. Supporters of Aarushi Barowalia, who is contesting for the top post, were sure of defeating the rival candidate.
Nishu Dubey, sitting general secretary of the DAV Students Council, Sector 10, who is seeking re-election looked confident of his victory. On the other hand, his opponent, too was equally confident of wining the seat.
There are some colleges in the city where elections will not be held tomorrow. One of them is the Government College for Education, Sector 20. Ms S. Tangari, Principal the college, when contacted, said that the Directorate of Public Instructions (Colleges) was aware of it. She informed that in the beginning of the session, the cultural and academic committees are formed. From these two committees college representatives are nominated.
Similarly, elections in Panjab Engineering College, Sector 12, are held in a different manner. In Government Home Science College, Sector 10, also elections will not take place tomorrow.
When The Tribune team contacted students of Home Science College, they were ignorant about the reason why elections are not held in the college. As one of them said, "May be because ours is professional college". But all them wanted an elected body in their college to deal with the problems faced by them. As a postgraduate student of the college said, "The Principal was not available for comments".
Nisha Thakur of the Government College for Girls, Sector 11, who is contesting for the post of vice-president said, "Last year I was elected general secretary unopposed but this time I am facing a contest". According to her, girls in her college are very sensible and would use their conscience while voting".
Ms Ripujeet K. Sidhu of the same college is the candidate for the post of general secretary on the SOPU ticket. She is also banking on the performances of her party in Panjab University.
GGSW bag PU gymnastics titleThe team of Guru Gobind Singh College for Women (GGSW), Sector 26, emerged overall winner with 75.30 points in the Panjab University Inter-College Gymnastics (Girls) Championship at DAV College, Sector 10, here today.
Government College, Ludhiana, came second with 52.50 points, followed by Government College for Girls, Chandigarh, with 25.40 points.
The results :
Individual championship (all-round positions) Pinky 1, Babita 2 and Nazma 3; vaulting horse: Pinky 1, Babita 2 and Nazma 3; balancing beam: Babita 1, Pinky 2 and Nazma 3; Uneven bar: Babita 1, Pinky 2 and Nazma 3; floor exercise: Babita 1, Pinky 2 and Nazma 3.
MCM DAV win netball meetMCM DAV College for Women, Chandigarh defeated the PU team to win the Panjab University Inter-College Netball (Women) Championship 2006-07 at the PU campus, here today.
In the final match, both teams secured identical scores 16-16 in the stipulated time but the MCM girls had an edge over the PU girls in the extra time with a score of 3-2.
The Government College for Girls, Sector 11 and the Guru Gobind Singh College for Women, Chandigarh teams, secured the third and fourth places, respectively. In this match also, both teams secured 17-17 points in the specified time but the decision was made in favour of the GCG girls 4-3 in the extra time.
Notice slapped on ex principalThe case related to the alleged bungling Rs 42 lakhs at the Sri Guru Gobind Singh College, Sector 26, has taken a new turn with the management of Sikh Educational Society (SES) slapping a show-cause notice on the former principal Kuldeep Singh.The management has also sent a letter to the DPI(C) apprising him about the issue. Sources said a thirty-day time period has been given to Kuldeep to file his reply on why he should not be dismissed from services.
Earlier, the management had transferred Kuldeep to a college in Kadian and he had challenged this decision in the Punjab and Haryana High Court. The court had stayed his transfer but curtailed his powers.
During his tenure around an year ago one of the chequebooks of the college was lost and money to the tune of Rs 42 lakhs was withdrawn from the funds account. An enquiry was marked and Kanwar Gunwant Singh, a retired IAS officer was the enquiry officer. After he submitted his report, the management served a notice to dismiss Kuldeep.
Globalisation, ill effects of privatisation discussedIssues related to globalisation and political economy of the religion were discussed in details during the two-day seminar on ‘Globalisation and political economy of north-west India’ which concluded at Sri Guru Gobind Singh College, Sector 26. The seminar was organised by Department of Political Science of the college in collaboration with ICSSR, Chandigarh.
The working sessions of the seminar focussed on various issues like globalisation and issues of economic development and impact of globalisation. Prof H.S. Mehta spoke about the ill-effects of privatisation while presenting a paper ‘End of cold war and the geo-economics of north-west India’ , while Prof Gurman Singh of Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar, spoke on ‘Globalisation, WTO regime and challenges to Punjab agriculture’.
The afternoon sessions saw speakers like Prof B.S. Ghuman, who presented a paper on ‘Liberalisation policy and industrial development’, Prof Birender Pal Singh from Punjabi University, Dr Surinder Kumar from Jawaharlal Nehru University and Dr Gurbhagwant Singh Kahlon from Verka Milk Plant, Dr Baljit Singh from GND University and Mr Karamjit Singh of SGGS College.
Inaugurating the seminar, Prof K.N. Pathak, Vice-Chancellor, Panjab University, here yesterday, appreciated the gesture and efforts of the college in organising such a seminar.
Delivering the keynote address, Prof Bhupinder S. Brar, said there were various interpretations of globalisation and hence no general theory had evolved so far. This seminar would help people see the impact of globalisation in the regional perspective, he said.
Dr R.P. Bajpai, Director, CSIO, Chandigarh, spoke on globalisation in the electronics industry in the northern India. The guest of honour, Prof Dennis Rumpley from University of Western Australia, Perth, talked about Australia’s growing interest in the fast-growing Indian economy.
Later the first academic session on ‘Globalisation: theoretical issues’ presented two speakers. Dr Ritu Sharma from the Department of Political Science, Panjab University, spoke on ‘Conceptualising globalization’, while Prof A.S. Narang from the Department of Political Science, IGNOU, Delhi, talked about ‘Issues of growth and equity’. Speaking on ‘Globalisation: experience and future challenges’, Prof R.S. Ghumman from Punjabi University, Patiala, shared his thoughts with the audience. The session was chaired by Mr P.S. Sahai.
The post-lunch session, chaired by Prof Gurnam Singh, was based on the theme ‘Globalisation and social identities’. Prof P.S. Verma of Panjab University spoke on ‘Dalits and globalization’ followed by Dr Rajesh Gill of Panjab University talked about ‘Gender in globalised India: the case of Panjab’. The others who spoke in this session today included Dr Ronki Ram from Panjab University, Dr Manjit Singh from Panjab University, Dr Kuldeep Singh from GND University, Amritsar, and Dr Ashutosh Kumar from Panjab University.
Earlier, Mr P.S. Sangha, Principal of the college, while welcoming the guests threw light on the subjects and case studies incorporated in the seminar. The valedictory address was given by Mr Gurdev Singh Brar, acting president of the Sikh Educational Society.
Seminar on managementA seminar on ‘Total quality management’ was organised by Guru Gobind Singh College for Women for its staff members on the college premises in Sector 26 here today.
Talking about the philosophy of total quality management, Mr A.K. Singh, Deputy Director, National Productivity Council, Chandigarh, said that total quality management was an integrated organisational approach in meeting the expectations of customers. He emphasised on implementation of the same through involvement of everyone and at all levels and system standardisation addressed by ISO 9000.
In the second session, Prof. K K Bajaj, Registrar, Jaypee University of IT, Himachal Pradesh, spoke on need and relevance of assessment and accreditation which was required by the educational institutes today. He also emphasised the need of initiating a thinking process among the students in the context of the global scenario.
Earlier, the Principal of the college Dr Harinderjit Kaur welcomed the guests, followed by a introductory lecture on quality management by Ms Batra, a faculty member.
Benefits of VAT stressedThe two-day national seminar on VAT concluded at the Guru Gobind Singh College for Women, Sector 26, here, today.
The seminars third technical session was held in the morning. Dr Ravinder Vinayak, Dean, Department of Commerce, MDU, Rohtak, chaired the session. Dr S.K. Chadha of UBS, Chandigarh, was the co-chairperson.
The chief guest, Mr Pawan Kumar Bansal, Union Minister of State for Finance, said this system would prove to be people-friendly and business-friendly because of its uniform and universal nature, which would ultimately lead to a transparent tax system.
Mr Vimal K. Aggrawal, practising cost accountant, Chandigarh; Dr V.K. Sareen,. lecturer, DAV College, Jalandhar; Col B.M. Sabhlok, director NGO, Foundation of Training and Development for Entrepreneurship, discussed the concept of VAT — its implementation and implications on the Indian Economy.
Mrs Suman Bala, Commissioner, Custom and Excise, Noida, in her valedictory address, remarked that multiple tax system was inconvenient and outdated in the present scenario. VAT was an appropriate replacement for that. She advocated the benefits of VAT and stressed on its implementation.
Ambika could take on world, but not dowryan MCom topper at Panjab University, had never really given much thought to the demon of dowry. It belonged to another world, far removed from hers. On Sunday, it devoured her. She was only 29.
Ambika, who had just left her deputy managers job with HDFC for a job with the Canadian Consulate, was found hanging from the ceiling fan of her bedroom. Her husband, Gagan Gupta who runs a family graphics business in Chandigarh, and in-laws have now been arrested for allegedly driving her to suicide with their incessant demands for dowry.
Today Vijay Shingari, Ambikas father, a stenographer with the Punjab Irrigation Department, regrets giving in to the greed of his daughters in-laws. First, we spent Rs 15 lakh on the marriage, then we gave in to their demand for a car. Only a month ago, they had asked for Rs 10 lakh after she returned from a sponsored trip to Australia with her husband and son. All this in the hope that his daughter would live happily ever after.
Now he regrets having imposed his idea of marital bliss on her. I still remember the day she came back home after landing her first job as a lecturer of Economics at Khalsa College in Chandigarh. She said: Papa, I am your son.
Somewhere along the line he forgot that, even when as landed one prize job after the other. HDFC offered her a job after hearing about her excellent work at ICICI and Bank of Punjab, he wipes a stray tear, pointing to Ambika, framed on the wall.
The suicide came as a shock to the family. She couldnt have done that, she was always inspiring others to face challenges head on. I admit there was too much pressure on her, but..., her brother Dinesh Shingari, an engineer, struggles to maintain his composure.
The family is convinced it was murder. The distance between the bed and the ceiling fan was less than Ambikas height. How could she hang herself?
Ambikas was an arranged marriage. We found Gagan in the matrimonial columns of a newspaper, says Vijay. At the outset, it seemed like a match made in heaven. They used to talk for hours every day, but things soured soon after marriage in 2000, remembers her mother Prem.
The dowry demands continued even after she gave birth to a son, Agam, two-and-a-half years ago. The toddler has now told police that Gagan beat up his mother on the day of her death.
The family alleges her in-laws, Ved Prakash Gupta and Nirmal Gupta, even began to meddle in her career.
Neighbours like Jagdish Lal Bajaj, who have known Ambika since childhood, look dazed as they leaf through her albums. She was such a go-getter, why did she suffer all this? Why couldnt she just get way? Thats one question which everyone is asking.
Pics: Russian band Pereprava plays live gigs at Khalsa CollegeChandigarh: Russian style band Pereprava on Monday performed live at Shri Guru Govind Singh College for Women (SGGSCW-Khalsa College) in the city. The event was organised on the occasion of Sikh Education Society s Platinum Jubilee with the cooperation of the Russian embassy situated at Sec 26 here. The band enthralled the audience with its performance. Dance performed by Egor Talashav brought a rocking experience for the college students.
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