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Government College, Jhajjar, Haryana
Address:Delhi Road
Jhajjar (District Rohtak)
Haryana, India



Government College, Jhajjar Haryana is a recognised institute / college. Government College, Jhajjar Haryana is also known as Govt PG Nehru College Jhajjar. Government College, Jhajjar Haryana was established on / in 1959.


Principal of Government College, Jhajjar Haryana is earlier Dr Promila Vohra, now Dr Hoshiar Singh Yadav.

Government College is situated in Jhajjar of Haryana state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Fax # of Government College, Jhajjar Haryana is 01251-252024.

email ID(s) is Government College Jhajjar Haryana

Website of Government College, Jhajjar Haryana is http://www.gcjhajjar.com.


Contact Details of Government College, Jhajjar Haryana are : Telephone: +91-1251-252375, 253350
Telephone: 01251-252024
NCC Girls Caretaker: Prof (Ms) Anjali



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Government College, Jhajjar Haryana runs course(s) in Degree stream(s).
BA/B.Com./B.Sc-(Med./Non-
Med.), MA Eng.30,
M.A.Hindi-30, BBA120,
BCA-60, B.Sc.
(Com.Sc.)-60,Phy. Edu. -30
seats,
M.Sc. (Mathematics)-40
M.Com -40

Approval details: Government College is affiliated with Maharshi Dayanand University, Rohtak (Haryana)


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NAAC report of Government College, Jhajjar

Section 1: INTRODUCTION
The Govt. College, Jhajjar, Haryana, affiliated to M.D. University Rohtak is situated at about 58 K.M. North West of New Delhi, spread over an area of 22 acres. The college is only 3 km away from the district headquarters at Jhajjar. The college was started under the leadership of the then SDM Sri Sukh Dev Prasad in the year 1958 by a group of committed people consisting of ex-military men, farmers, social workers, artisans, shop keepers and govt. officials by forming Jhajjar Education Society. The foundation of the college was laid in 1958 by the first Prime Minister of India Sri Jawahar Lal Nehru. The building was inaugurated in the following year by Smt Indira Gandhi, the then President of All India Congress Committee.

The aim and objective of the college have been to provide means of imparting industrial, commercial, technical, scientific, professional, moral and cultural education to the young boys and to remove the educational backwardness in the State of Haryana. It started in the beginning as a private college named as Nehru College, but soon handed over to the state Govt. in the year 1963, thus becoming a Govt. College. It has the UGC recognition under section 2f and 12B of the UGC ACT.

It is an undergraduate college having 18 teaching departments distributed under the facilities of Arts, Science and Commerce. The number of fulltime teachers is 40 including two temporary teachers out of which 12 have Ph.D. degrees, 13 have M.Phil., and the rest have P.G. degrees in the concerned subjects.

The sanctioned post for the college are 57 out of which 17 are lying vacant. There are 45 non-teaching staff including 23 technical hands. The students, with a strength of about 1800, are mostly male and drawn from the local areas of the state of Haryana.

The per unit cost of education in the college is approximately Rs. 9,000/-. The college follows the annual system of education in accordance with the pattern of M.D. University, Rohtak. The pass percentage of the college varies between 83% to 97% whereas the dropout rate is about 28% on the average. The institution has a central library, a health center, a canteen, parking facilities and a grievance redressal cell. The college, being a Govt. college, most of the grant comes from the state Govt. but some funds are generated by fund raising drive, donations, sales of prospectus and Distance Education also.

The College is rightly proud of its NCC, NSS and sports achievements in which its students have represented the university at the state and National levels. It is good to note that some of the students have opted for military career and many of them are serving in the National Army.

The College offered to be assessed by NAAC, Bangalore and submitted its self-study report(SSR) in the month of October, 2002. NAAC constituted a peer team for visiting the college and validating its self-study report consisting of:

Prof. S.D. Tripathi,
Vice Chancellor,
R.D. University, Jabalpur(M.P.) as Chairperson

Prof. B. Raghavendra Rao
Principal, Hindu College, Guntur, A.P. Members

Dr. (Ms.) Salma Salahuddin
Principal, Justice Bashir Ahmad Womens College, Chennai as Members

Dr. G.Srinivas, Dy Advisor, NAAC Co-ordinated the peer team visit.

The peer team visited the college during 4-5 January 2003 as per the schedule prepared by the NAAC. The present report is based on the analysis and confirmation of information and data contained in the SSR. Interactions and discussion were also held with the cross section of stakeholders of the college.

SECTION-II: CRITERION-WISE ANALYSIS
Criterion I - Curricular Aspects
The Syllabi prescribed by M.D. University, Rohtak, Haryana are being followed by the college. Regular admissions into Undergraduate Courses are made every year in July. At the U.G. level, various courses are available which enable the students to choose different combinations. Military Science department, usually not found in many colleges, is in this College. The college has a certificate course in Computer education run by Haryana Electronics Development Corporations (HARTRON), a governement agency. Due to many constraints, such as permissions from Govt. no new self -financing courses have been started. The college has provided its infrastructure and facilitiesto M.D. University to run a Distance Education Study Centre which is helping the college to generate resources to the tune of Rs. 98000/- for the college. Academic programme options provide vertical and horizontal mobility. There are three main programme options available in the form of B.A., B.Sc. and B.Com. degrees which are compatible with the goals and objectives of the institution. However, looking to the current trends, it is desirable to start some self-financing courses as well as job oriented courses which will generate some funds besides providing job oriented courses which will generate some funds besides providing job oriented courses which will generate some funds besides providing job oriented opportunities to the students. The principal and the staff attributed this to their inability in getting permission from the State Govt. Some of the staff have the opportunity of suggesting modifications and changes in the syllabi of the courses in the meetings of the Board of Studies in the University.

It is desirable to have P.G. and professional courses at least in some subjects. This was also mentioned and demanded by the students when the peer team interacted with them and asked for their suggestions.

Criterion II: Teaching - Learning and Evaluation
The admission of the students is based on their aptitude and academic record. The teachers prepare annual teaching plan. The number of teaching days is 169. The teachers are recruited by the government of Haryana through H.P.S.C. and as per work load demanded by College. But 40 faculty members are in posts whereas the requirements is 62. About 16 teaching staff attended various refresher and orientation programmes conducted by the U.G.C. One teacher acted as a resource person. One teacher attended international conference. The college provided facilities for M.D. University Distance Education Center to increase the literacy percentage of the backward region.

The total number of books in the library is 39990. The state government provides financial assistance in the form of scholarships. Remedial classes are held in zero periods for weaker sections particularly from SC/ST and BC students in English, Mathematics and Science subjects. The institution has a ' Earn While You Learn' scheme for poor and needy students. There is a grievance redressal cell, which is functioning effectively to solve the problems of the students teachers and staff.

The teaching is done according to teaching schedule and teaching plan. Monthly tests and house examinations (Half- yearly examination) are conducted for the students of all programmes. Four overhead projectors are used by the teaching staff to present the subject. The teacher to student ratio is 1:45 which is quite appreciable. The college has no freedom to appoint adhoc teachers. National and international linkages need to be established for up-dating knowledge and research. Internet facilities must be provided to the students and teachers at the earliest.

Criterion III - Research, Consultancy and Extension
The college has a research committee for submitting project proposals to funding agencies. 5% of teachers are engaged in active research in the college. This needs further strengthening. Six staff members have taken part-time research scholars registered in M.D. university.

Various extension activities of the institution are community development, social work, AIDS awarness, blood donation camp, Eye donation camp and environment awareness programmes. The college has a person designated for these extension activities. The students participatein subject societies. Science exhibition is held every year. Few NCC service has an 'obstacle training' for its students. A large number of boys and girls are enrolled for N.S.S. programmes. The institution, being in a rural area, has no Consultancy. Two lecturers and the principal and the Principal have written textbooks. Following the tradition of their forefathers, students have an earnest desire to join military career, faculty members have been advised by the peer team to apply to UGC and other funding agencies for minor research projects. They have also been advised to organize national seminars and participate in conferences with UGC assistance. The consultancy work is yet to be started .

Criterion IV - Infrastructure and Learning resources
All the department should have independent computers. The library should be a vibrant center of academic. Activity and place for professional growth of both students and faculty. It should be not only knowledge transmitting center through books but also knowledge preserving center through books. Therefore, it is suggested that the latest and new edition of books. Therefore, it is suggested that the latest and new editions of books are prescribed and library be enriched. Some more relevant and subject journals may be added in the central library. The management of library needs effective reorganization. In this context, apart from strengthening the personnel by additional hands, the college may pursue its proposal already submitted to the Commissioner of Higher Education for total computerization of library for quick access and maintenance. Facilities and audio-visual programmes are arranged in the library as a teaching-learning supporting system.

Outstanding sport persons can be given incentives such as 1)Free conveyance passes.
ii) Full free concessions

The maintenance of laboratories is not satisfactory by the PWD of State Govt. the electrical wiring of the building needs replacement. The major civil repairs may be undertaken. Some classes and labs particularly the roofs have cracks and are falling off. The college has a good pklay grounds and ':firing range' for NCC boys. In spite of the maintenance problems, some of the departments like Geography, Music< Commerce, Hindi, and English are better staffed and better managed.

Criterion V - Student Support and Progression
Since there is no Alimni association, the college is not taking any help fronm its old students though they are employed in many high posts. And there is no chance for the students to hear them or to interact with or to inspired by those Stars of the college. Efforts should be taken to Compute the data about the alumnie with special referenced to their occupation, academic achievement. There is financial aid for backword classes as well as Merit cum means scholarships. The college can approach the other corporate agencdies tro procure sponsors in Cash/kind or start with some corpus amount to create an endowment from well-wishers for various reqirements of the college.

Proper placement services are important parameters for the success of the institution. Therefore the career guidance cell and placement cell and may be further strengthened on priority. The dropout rate is 30% due to failure in their annual exams as there is no promotion system to next year for failed students. Most of the students go for higher studies in Universities and other institutions of higher learning and military services . most of the students go for higher studies in Universities and other instituytions of higher learning and military services. The NCC and NSS cadets of the college are regularly participating in the annual Republic Day Parade in NewDelhi.

Criterion VI - Organization and Management
Since 1996 organization, management and administration of the college is directly under the control of Higher Education Commissioner, Govt. of Haryana . Hence the govt. rules orders and instructions are implemented for its various organizational activities and schemes. In academic matters we are guided by the M.D. University, Rohtak to which this college is affiliated. At college level the Principal heads the institution and administers the working of all the activities. Powers relating to collection, sanction, expenditure, and writing off of unserviceable items, as defined in the Education Code and Financial Rules, are exercised by the Principal.

An internal audit mechanisms is maintained by a Bursar. The Bursar, not only checks the bills relating to expenditure but also helps the office in getting it audited by the agencies of the govt. of Haryana. Other activities arte carried by the teacher in charges with the help of three to five members of the constituted committees. There is need of computerization of Office functioning. Records are found to be well maintained by there Office. College Council comprising senior member of the teaching staff helps the Principal in college administration. The College is soon going to have a branch of Punjab National Bank of its premises.

Vacancies are not yet filled up. They have stated that in near future the Govt. will fill up the vacancies and they have already submitted the work load. They are fully dependant on govt. for filling up these vacancies.

Teacher committees are established to take care of various college activities, the co-ordination amongst the staff is good and they are concerned about their students.

There is no specific method for performance appraisal. Welfare schemes can be developed with Govt. aid and for resource mobilization.

There is a redressal cell for the college students taken care by one of their staff.

During interaction with teachers, they have expressed concern for the need of more academic freedom, flexible ie. Academic autonomy from the University and state Government. They also wanted that the mid academic year transfers be avoided. Teachers have also suggested that instead of compulsory attendance of 75%, marks may be allotted to monthly and house examinations like continuous assessment to monitor the progress of the students.

Criterion VII - Healthy Practices
The Peer Team noted the following healthy practices in the college:

Mission and goals to impart knowledge and education to their local students (Girls and Boys) and to remove backwardness is being pursued with hard work and dedication.

The civic responsibilities among students through blood donation camps, AIDS awareness programmes, environment awareness programes, eye donation camps are noteworthy social activities like anti- dowry awareness, adult education antipollution programmes through college and free plantation etc. are appreciable.

This college is a good supplier of personal to the Indian Army, CRPF and BSF which deserves full compliments. The college is having a course on Defense studies and Milirary Science.

The college has provided facilities to M.D. University, Rohtak to keep a Distance Education Study Center generating funds of Rs. 98000/- for the college itself.

Inspite of delays and other problems from the state Govt. the teachers have successful in creating academic execellence amongst student who have secured merit positions in the University, Exams and extracurricular activities.

Having the disadvantage of being a rural college, the teachers have shown their dedication to the cause of higher education by helping the students in their personality building.

The students are well disciplined and eager to learn to make themselves good citizens of the country through NCC and NSS programmes.

The staff council of the college is working effectively.

Section -III: OVERALL ANALYSIS
Govt. College, Jhajjar, Haryana is one of the oldest affiliated colleges of Maharshi Dayananda Univesity, Rohtak located in an educationally backward and recently formed district of Haryana. Being a Govt. College, it has to seek permission from the State Govt. for any developmental work and for starting any new course. The courses are prescribed by the M.D. University and the college has very little options for innovative changes in its syllabi and examinations. In spite of these constraints, some students of this college have obtained positions of merit in the university examinations. The teaching learning work is quite satisfactory, but the shortage of teachers is telling upon the quality of their programmes.

The college has a library which is housed in four halls of the college building. The construction of new library building has been started but the same remains incomplete due to shortage of funds. The college has good sports facilities with a huge play- ground and firing range for NCC cadets. The players of Kabaddi, Wrestling and Hockey have won honours in the state level competitions. One of the remarkable points regarding future career of students is that the college has supplied good number of students joining Indian Army, BSF and CPRF through its NCC programmes. The college has been steadily teaching traditional courses but this government must enable it to start some emerging set of self-financing and job oriented courses also. It is highly desirable to provide internet facilities in the college. The students also expressed this need in this regard. Since there are no P.G. courses in the college, the research activities are quite limited and need further strengthening. National and International linkages are also to be set up to strengthened research activities. The maintenance of the infrastructure needs improvement and the State Govt. may be requested to ensure that the P.W.D. does the job on time.

The peer team makes the following recommendations for further progress and development of the college:

The State Govt. and the M.D. University, Rohtak should permit the College to start P.G. courses in those subjects like Hindi, English, etc. which is doing well and do not require costly infrastructure.

Provision is to made to start a few professional self-financing courses which are also job-oriented. This will help students get good jobs and also make the college financially sound.

Computerization including internet and email facilities must be provided to the students as well as teachers of the college.

Since PWD in unable to maintain the building, some alternative arrangements for proper maintenance of infrastructure may be permitted by the Govt.

The college should appoint contractual teachers on thise positions which are lying vacant for long so that the teaching work does not suffer.

The New Library Building which is lying abandoned must be completed at the earliest.

The college needs an auditorium to strengthen its academic and cultural activities.
Proper linkages with other institutions in the country may be established for up-dating knowledge and getting better opportunities.

The teachers should submit proposals to UGC for minor and major research projects. They should be permitted to get their projects transferred to other colleges if and when the teacher himself gets transferred. The college should make efforts to tap various schemes of UGC such as vocational courses. Remedial teaching, seminars grants, etc.

The Alumni Association should be formed and made functional as soon as possible. Some of the alumni are occupying good positions and they expressed their desire to contribute to the development of their almamater.

The College Hostel Building must be taken back and may be used by teaching departments who are facing shortage of space.

The Peer Team thank the College Principal, NAAC Coordinator, Faculty members and All other Staff for extending good co-operation and courtesy facilitating the Peer Team visit very smoothly.

UNITED INDIA INSURANCE COMPANY LIMITED THROUGH ITS Versus SUDESH WIFE OF LATE SURENDER MALIK SON OF LAKSHMAN FAO No.1734 of 2009

IN THE HIGH COURT FOR THE STATES OF PUNJAB AND HARYANA AT CHANDIGARH

FAO No.1734 of 2009

United India Insurance Company Limited through its Manager, Regional Office, SCO No.123-124, Sector 17-B, Chandigarh through its Deputy Manager ......Appellant
Versus
Sudesh wife of late Surender Malik son of Lakshman Singh 33 years and others ......Respondents
Present: Mr. V. Ramswaroop, Advocate for the appellant.
Mr. Sandeep K. Sharma, Advocate for respondent Nos.1 to 4.
None for respondent Nos.5 and 6.

CORAM:HONBLE MR. JUSTICE K. KANNAN
1. Whether Reporters of local papers may be allowed to see the judgment
2. To be referred to the Reporters or not ?
3. Whether the judgment should be reported in the Digest?
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K. KANNAN J.
1. The insurance company is on appeal challenging the award on the ground that the claimant had deliberately suppressed the fact that after the death of 1st claimants husband in a motor accident, which gave rise to the claim petition, the member of the family, who were dependents had been provided with a provision for salary @Rs.7816/- for a period of 12 years from the date of death i.e. 20.02.2007 upto 20.02.2010. He was due for superannuation on 31.05.2026. The deceased was aged 39 years at the time of accident. The details of compensation paid by the Government under Rule 5 of Haryana Compassionate Assistance to the Deceased Government Employees Rules, 2006 has been filed as Annexure A-1 and the proceedings issued by the Principal, Govt. P.G. College, Jhajjar granting Rs.7816/- per month payable upto 20.02.2019 has been filed as Annexure A-2. They are relevant pieces of evidence for consideration of compensation and I, therefore, allow the application filed by the insurance company for admission of these documents, in view of the fact that the truth of the recitals in Annexures A-1 and A-2 and the fact of additional benefits that aregiven by the Government are not denied by the claimants.

2. This court has already considered the effect of the scheme and the duty to take appropriate note of the benefit in the judgment in New India Assurance Company Ltd. Vs. Smt. Santosh in FAO No.3432 of 2009 and batch of cases. The judgment has considered all the relevant legal propositions and particularly in the light of the law laid down by the Honble Supreme Court in Bhakra Beas Management Board Vs. Kanta Aggarwal 2008(11) SCC 366. I would provide for a scale of compensation in the same manner giving due allowance to the prospect of increase of salary and also of the fact that the Government was providing for the relief only for a period of 12 years and for a person aged 39 years, the appropriate multiplier would have been 15.

3. In this case, the Tribunal while awarding the compensation has taken the salary to be Rs.6878/- and applied the deduction of 1/3rd for personal expenses and taken the monthly dependence at Rs.4500/- per month. The Tribunal has adopted a multiplier of 15, which is the appropriate multiplier as held by the Honble Supreme Court in Sarla Verma Vs. Delhi Transport Corporation 2009(6) SCC 121. It has determined the compensation payable at Rs.8,15,000/-. Actually the claimant is now being paid the amount in excess of amount the Tribunal has awarded, which is Rs.7816/- per month and is to be taken as the contribution to the family even after his death. While the Tribunal has awarded a multiplier of 15, the claimant is being paid a compensation for 12 years which means there is an application of 12 multiplier. The dispensation in Sarla Vermas case provides for a provision for future increase. The Tribunal ought to have provided a future increase, which should have been 50% on the salary being received, which by the evidence showed that he was drawing Rs.6828.

4. As per the amount awarded by the Government, the amount of contribution to the family is Rs.7816/- for 12 years, which means Rs.7816x12x12=11,25,504/-. If the scale of compensation as per the Sarla Vermas case were to be taken for a salary at Rs.6828 by providing a 50% increase, the average salary would have been Rs.10242/- and if a deduction of 1/4th were to be applied for personal consumption and 3/4th of the amount were taken as contribution to the family, the amount of contribution would have been Rs.7681/-. The yearly dependence would have been Rs.92172/-. If we adopt a multiplier of 15, the amount of compensation would have been Rs.13,82,580/-. The difference in the amount of what otherwise it will fetch to what the party is literally getting now would be Rs.2,57,076/-. I would add an amount of Rs.10,000/- for loss of consortium to the wife and Rs.5,000/- each one of the minor children for love and affection. I would add another Rs.5,000/- towards loss to estate and Rs.2500/- for funeral expenses. In all the amount that will become payable, would be Rs.2,89,576/-. The compensation already granted by the Tribunal shall stand reduced as above.

5. The appeal filed by the insurance company shall stand allowed to the above extent.

(K.KANNAN)
JUDGE

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