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Dr Harvansh Singh Judge Institute of Dental Sciences and Hospital, Chandigarh, Chandigarh
Dr Harvansh Singh Judge Institute of Dental Sciences and Hospital, Chandigarh, Chandigarh
Address:Punjab University, Sector 25
Chandigarh (District Chandigarh)
Dr Harvansh Singh Judge Institute of Dental Sciences and Hospital, Chandigarh Chandigarh is a recognised institute / college. Dr Harvansh Singh Judge Institute of Dental Sciences and Hospital, Chandigarh Chandigarh is also known as PU Dental College Chandigarh.
Principal of Dr Harvansh Singh Judge Institute of Dental Sciences and Hospital, Chandigarh Chandigarh is Krishan Gauba, Dr Ashish Jain.
Dr Harvansh Singh Judge Institute of Dental Sciences and Hospital, 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.
Website of Dr Harvansh Singh Judge Institute of Dental Sciences and Hospital, Chandigarh Chandigarh is www.puched.ac.in.
Contact Details of Dr Harvansh Singh Judge Institute of Dental Sciences and Hospital, Chandigarh Chandigarh are : Telephone: +91 172 2724912, 2534686
Associate Professor: Savita Prashar
CoursesNumber of seats in Dr Harvansh Singh Judge Institute of Dental Sciences and Hospital, Chandigarh Chandigarh is 100.
Dr Harvansh Singh Judge Institute of Dental Sciences and Hospital, Chandigarh Chandigarh runs course(s) in Dental stream(s).
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Dr Harvansh Singh Judge donated 2.20 croresPanjab University established in 1882 at Lahore (now in Pakistan) came into existence on Ist October, 1947 after independence of the country. It was shifted to its present campus in 1956. Panjab University has a long tradition of pursuing excellence in teaching and research in Science & Technology, Humanities, Social Sciences, performing Arts and Sports. By virtue of its age, experience, achievements and philosophy, the Panjab University is University of National character and stature, in so far it has drawn both its faculty and students from all over the country. Its faculty includes some of the most distinguished scientists and academicians in arts & humanities. Due to its excellent achievements, University has been conferred with top grade ***** status by National Assessment & Acredition Council (NAAC).
The main campus at Chandigarh is spread over 550 acres in Sector 14 and 25. Sector 14 having main academic and administrative building besides a health centre, a sport complex, hostels and residential area. University has 59 teaching and research departments on main campus at Chandigarh and has 152 affiliated colleges spread over Punjab and Chandigarh.
In an attempt to keep pace with fast changing scenario in the higher education sector, the University has started a National Centre for Human Genome Studies and Research with support of UGC for training human resources. Similarly, University Institute of Engineering & Technology is also functional since 2002 and its first batch in various streams has passed out in May, 2006.
In spite of many milestones achieved so far, the absence of teaching & research in the field of Oral Health Sciences was felt long by citizens of Chandigarh. In view of urgent and long felt need of people of Chandigarh and surrounding areas, University planned to start an Institute of Dental Sciences on Panjab University Campus itself.
Foundation stone of Dental College was laid down by Union Health Minister Hon'ble Shri Anbumani Ramadoss on 22nd September, 2004 with efforts of Dr. K.N. Pathak, then Vice-Chancellor and financial support of Dr. Harvansh Singh Judge an NRI and Panjab University Alumni who donated Rs.2.20 crores and Hon'ble Shri Pawan Kumar Bansal, State Minister of Finance, Govt. of India who donated Rs.1.00 crore out of M.P. LAD Scheme and University's own share is about Rs.3.01 crore for the first phase.
Land measuring 5 acres has been earmarked for Dental College block in Ist phase in Sector 25. Additional one acre has also been reserved for future expansion of the Institute. Separate piece of land has also been kept for 100 bedded Medical Hospital. Institute has been planned for undergraduate, post graduate classes. However, to start with 100 students will be admitted in undergraduate BDS course.
HS Judge Dental College gives competition to PGIDental college makes its presence felt
Dec 20 2008
It has been nearly three years since the Dr H S Judge Institute of Dental Sciences was established at the Panjab University (PU) campus. While the institute has seen lean periods where it had to battle out faculty crunch, in hindsight, the institute, which caters to nearly 250 patients every day, has managed to cut the patient load at the region's biggest hospital, PGI.
'We have adopted an open registration system where new patients can walk in anytime between 9 am and 4 pm and get themselves registered by paying Rs 5. The OPDs are open till 4 pm and the patients find it very convenient to walk in as per their convenience unlike the other hospitals with strict morning registration timings,' says director principal, Professor Krishan Gauba.
With 100 dental chairs, each with an investment of over Rs 1 lakh and as many phantom heads for the practical learning of students, the institute also offers 18 courses in dental specialties.
'We have an exclusive computerised X-ray facility, called RVG. The facility enables us to get the X-ray done for the whole denture. We also give the complete dentures to all our patients, and do not restrict policy for only the select patients,' he adds.
But with the student strength of 300 (intake of 100 students per year), the faculty strength of 70 falls way below the sanctioned strength.
This problems gains prominence with the visit of the team of the Dental Council of India (DCI) scheduled in the near future to determine the affiliation of the institute.
With six posts for professors, ten for readers and eleven posts for lecturers lying vacant despite advertising for them nearly seven times, the institute has pinned their hopes on a fresh advertisement due to come in a short while.
'With the private sector hospitals offering huge salary packages, we have not been able to fill up the posts. But, ever since the new pay scales have been announced in the Sixth Pay Commission, we are hopeful that it would generate some interest among candidates,' says Professor Gauba.
Dental students: a different group on the campus
There are two things that separate the dental students from others on the campus. First, jeans and casuals are strictly banned on the premises and second, a strict attendance requirement of 75 per cent that is adhered to in spirit. 'Girls come in salwar kameez and boys in formal shirts and trousers. The dress code is maintained despite pressure from various student bodies. It is important that students convey a sense of sincerity to the patients who come in pain,' says Professor Gauba. As for the attendance, 40 students were detained last year for shortage of attendance.
Director Krishan Gauba asks a girl student to unzip her jacketStudents of a Panjab University medical institute went on an indefinite strike Tuesday, following the institute director's remarks over a girl's t-shirt.
High drama was witnessed on the premises of H.S. Judge Institute of Dental Sciences after a female student levelled allegations against institute's director Krishan Gauba of humiliating her in public.
The student said that Gauba directed her to unzip her jacket and to show the t-shirt to him in front of other students, making the situation uncomfortable for her.
Following this, institute's students, who were supported by Panjab University Campus Student Council (PUCSC) leaders, went on an indefinite strike. Students also raised slogans against Gauba and demanded his resignation. However, so far, no written complaint has been submitted to the higher authorities.
The strike badly affected the services of the Outpatient Department (OPD) that is run by the institute.
However, the director refuted all the allegations. "The student was wearing a t-shirt which had a heart painted in red colour with a quote 'I love New York'. I just told her to avoid wearing such gaudy clothes as they have to look after patients and these things could send wrong messages," said Gauba.
Gauba called the parents of the student and discussed the issue with them.
Earlier also in 2009, students of the same institute had problems with Gauba regarding the dress code. Girl students were not allowed to wear jeans but after widespread protests the direction was taken back.
CHANDIGARH: Students of a dental college affiliated to the Panjab University (PU) Thursday refused to end their indefinite stir to demand the resignation of their institute director who had asked a female student to take off her jacket and show her t-shirt.
Students of HS Judge Institute of Dental Sciences have submitted a memorandum, signed by over 300 students, to the PU authorities against the director of the institute, Krishan Gauba. Students also blocked one of the entry gates of the PU campus Thursday. They are demanding the resignation of Gauba.
A female student accused Gauba of humiliating her in public. She said that Gauba had directed her to unzip her jacket and to show him the T-shirt she was wearing in front of other students. The university authorities have constituted a four-member committee to probe the complaint and will submit a report to Vice-Chancellor R.C. Sobti Monday. The entire proceedings of the meeting of the committee would be video-graphed.
"Gauba has been continuously and persistently misbehaving, torturing, molesting and harassing the innocent students of the institute, who have been regularly and continuously complaining of his arrogant attitude. We demand his immediate ouster and replacement," said the students' complaint that was signed by over 300 students.
The university authorities have also suspended teaching work in the institute till Monday. The strike has affected the services of the outpatients department (OPD) that is run by the institute. However, the director, who was asked to proceed on leave till the completion of the inquiry, has refuted all the allegations.
"I have not done anything wrong and was doing only my duty. I had come here on deputation from the PGIMER (postgraduate institute of medical education and research) and now I am contemplating resigning from my present post," Gauba said.
The student was wearing a T-shirt which had a heart painted in red colour with a quote 'I love New York'. I just told her to avoid wearing such gaudy clothes as they have to look after patients and these things could send wrong messages, he added.
'The committee has recommended the repatriation of (institute's director Krishan) Gauba and PU syndicate has approved it. In fact Gauba had himself expressed his willingness to go back to PGIMER (Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education and Research). Now we would soon appoint the new principal of the dental institute,' said Vice Chancellor R.C. Sobti.
Students of H.S. Judge Institute of Dental Sciences here had gone on an indefinite strike Feb 1 after a woman student had accused Gauba of humiliating her in public, directing her to unzip her jacket and to show him the T-shirt she was wearing in front of other students.
The university authorities had constituted a four-member committee to probe the complaint and the committee had submitted its report to the vice chancellor late Sunday evening. He then called an emergency meeting of PU syndicate Monday to discuss the report, and it approved the decision to remove Gauba.
This strike has badly affected the services of the outpatients department (OPD) that is run by the institute. Approximately 300 patients visit this OPD everyday.
In the wake of the students' strike, university authorities had, on their own, suspended the teaching work in the college from Feb 3 to 7. Gauba was also asked to proceed on leave Feb 3.
CHANDIGARH: During a press conference called by Panjab University's student council on Saturday, students missed discussing the course of action for pupils of Dr H S Judge Institute of Dental Studies, who are protesting against the director principal, K Gauba, who had allegedly reprimanded a girl student.
On noticing the conference, students from University Business School (UBS) joined in and claimed that charges levied against the faculty were false. They alleged that no one from their department was subjected to derogatory remarks. As many as 87 students from MBA (Marketing, Finance, Human Resource, International Business and Bio-tech) endorsed the fact. In their letter students praised Professor Dinesh Gupta and stated that the department works over 18 hours a day and the chairman is available everyday. Students also visited VC's residence to clarify the misrepresentation but he was unavailable.
Expressing solidarity, student organizations outside PU came forward and said that a protest meeting would be held at PEC and Government College of Arts on Monday. ''The agitation will be taken further if authorities do not respond,'' said PUSU president Gurindervir Aulakh.
Meanwhile, the panel probing the dress row that erupted at Dr H S Judge Institute of Dental Studies on Sunday evening submitted its report to PU authorities. The document would be tabled before the special syndicate meeting on Monday. The report, which has been kept confidential, reportedly contains recommendations for the PU teaching fraternity to avoid such incidents.
Furore over student s dress in PUChandigarh: The students of the HSJJ Institute of Dental Science and College went on strike after the college authorities objected to a dress worn by a female student.
Commenting on a female students dress the college had asked her to wear proper dress to college. The student was wearing a T-shirt.
The patients had a tough time as the OPD remained shut.
The college authorities are tight lipped on the matter.
I Love You quote on T-shirt creates high dramaChandigarh: Students of Dr H. S. Judge Institute of Dental Sciences and College continued their strike for the second consecutive day on Wednesday, following the institute director s remarks over a girl s t-shirt. The students are demanding the resignation of their director.
On Tuesday, Priyanka, a female student, was wearing a t-shirt which had a heart painted in red colour with a quote I love You . On seeing this, the institute s director, Krishan Gauba, told her to avoid wearing such gaudy clothes in college, after which the students created high drama in the college premises.
On the other hand, Priyanka levelled serious allegations against Gauba of humiliating her in public.
Shockingly, she said that the director asked her to unzip her jacket and show the t-shirt to him in front of other students. After some time Priyanka s parents arrived in college and discussed the issue with Gauba.
Meanwhile, the students continued their protest. The strike badly affected the services of the Outpatient Department (OPD) that is run by the institute.
According to Gauba, he wanted the students to avoid wearing such clothes as they have to look after patients and these things could send wrong messages.
Earlier also in 2009, students of the same institute had problems with Gauba regarding the dress code.
Wealth of career choices in medicineStudents with a medical background or those intending to take up medical stream in Class X, have a host of opportunities ranging from dentistry to MBBS, ayurvedic, homeopathic degrees, honours school programme at Panjab University or opting for a career in clinical research.
For students who have cleared Class XII and do not wish to pursue any of the core degrees in medial sciences including MBBS, BAMS, BHMS, even alternative career choices are equally lucrative. Students can apply to a host of honours school programmes offered by PU, for which appearing in a common entrance test is a must.
Each year, government medical college and hospital conducts a centralized counselling for admission to four courses - MBBS offered by GMCH-32 itself, BDS offered by Panjab Universitys Dr Harvansh Singh Judge Institute of Medical Sciences and Hospital, BAMS by Sri Dhanwantry Ayurvedic College and BHMS by Homeopathic Medical College and Hospital.
The counselling is done only once the CET exam results are out and a merit list is made. The exam is conducted by PU each year in May. Each year during the annual event of GMCH-32, Euphoria, students from classes IV to XI are told about the medical stream and what it takes to be a doctor. Students are encouraged to take up the profession and their queries are taken up so that they explore all options thoroughly before selecting any stream, advises
Dr Raj Bahadur, director-principal, GMCH in Sector 32 and chairperson of the joint counselling for CET. Those with an inclination towards healthcare industry or drug discovery can also think about entering the pharmacy discipline. Students entering the pharmacy field have an option of settling in any part of the world. Students should primarily have an interest in drug discovery and creation of a tablet, said Karan Vishasht, former chairperson, University Institute of Pharmaceutical Science (UIPS).
Clinical research, say scholars, is the another great career option. Its primarily an applied research discipline aiming to test medicines on humans.
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