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Shri Guru Tegh Bahadur Khalsa College, Anandpur Sahib, Punjab
Anandpur Sahib (District Roopnagar (Ropar))
Punjab, India
Pin Code : 140118


Shri Guru Tegh Bahadur Khalsa College, Anandpur Sahib Punjab is a recognised institute / college.
Principal of Shri Guru Tegh Bahadur Khalsa College, Anandpur Sahib Punjab is Dr Manjeet Singh, Dr. Jatinder Singh Sidhu (DOB 13-11-1958), 94176-83221, 94170-24654, 98780-85821, Dr Kashmir Singh.

Shri Guru Tegh Bahadur Khalsa College is situated in Anandpur Sahib of Punjab state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Fax # of Shri Guru Tegh Bahadur Khalsa College, Anandpur Sahib Punjab is 230581.

Contact Person(s) of the Shri Guru Tegh Bahadur Khalsa College, Anandpur Sahib Punjab is (are): Prof. Malkeet Singh.

Mobile No(s) of concerned persons at Shri Guru Tegh Bahadur Khalsa College, Anandpur Sahib Punjab are 98786-91836, 94170-24654, 094170-12430, 99157-25740, 89681-04466, 8146597406.

email ID(s) is Shri Guru Tegh Bahadur Khalsa College Anandpur Sahib Punjab

Website of Shri Guru Tegh Bahadur Khalsa College, Anandpur Sahib Punjab is www.sgtbcollege.org.in.

General Secretary : Joginder Singh.

Contact Details of Shri Guru Tegh Bahadur Khalsa College, Anandpur Sahib Punjab are : Telephone: +91-1887-232037, 232138
Earlier Principals: Dr. Amrik Singh, Dr. Gurmohan Singh
Additional Secretary (Education) S Tarlochan Singh
Superintendent: Karnail Singh
Vice Principal: Prof Avtar Singh
Faculty Members:
Surinder Sharma
Ravinder Singh Rekhi
Darshan Pal Kaur
Prof Jagdish Singh
Prof Anwar
Prof Jasweer Singh
Prof Amandeep Singh
Prof Baljeet Singh
Prof Gurdeep Kaur


Other colleges of Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC), Amritsar
Guru Nanak Khalsa College Matunga, Mumbai
Sri Guru Ram Das Institute of Dental Sciences and Research, Amritsar
Mata Sahib Kaur Khalsa Girls College of Education, Dhamo Majra Village
Mata Ganga Khalsa College for Girls, Kottan
Guru Nanak Dev Engineering College (GNDEC), Ludhiana
Mata Gujri College, Fatehgarh Sahib
Sri Guru Ram Das Institute of Medical Sciences and Research (SGRDIMSAR), Amritsar
Guru Nanak PG College, Budhlada
Khalsa College, Patiala
Mata Sahib Kaur Girls College, Talwandi Sabo (Damdama Sahib)
Guru Nanak Khalsa College, Jalandhar
Guru Nanak College, Batala
Sant Baba Dalip Singh Memorial (SBDSM) Khalsa College, Domeli (Dumelli)
Trai Shatabdi Guru Gobind Singh (GGS) Khalsa College, Amritsar
Babar Akali Memorial (BAM) Khalsa College, Garhshankar
Guru Nanak College, Moga
Guru Nanak College for Girls, Muktsar
Guru Gobind Singh Khalsa College for Women, Kamalpura
Guru Nanak Dev (GND) Polytechnic College, Ludhiana
Mata Gujri College of Education, Fatehgarh Sahib
Mata Sundri Tri-Shatabdi Khalsa College for Women, Karnal
Khalsa College, Garhdiwala
Mata Damodri Kanya Mahavidyala, Moga
Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Khalsa College, Aakar Village
Guru Nanak Girls Intermediate College, Kankarkhera
Mata Sahib Kaur Girls College, Gehal
Miri Piri Khalsa College, Bhadaur Village
Guru Nanak Institute of Management and Information Technology, New Delhi
Guru Arjun Dev Khalsa College, Chohla Sahib
Shahid Baba Sangat Singh Polytechnic College, Banga
Shaheed Baba Jiwan Singh (SBJS) Khalsa College, Satlani Sahib
Bhai Mani Singh Khalsa College, Longowal
Gurmat Training Institute, Ferozepur
Guru Hargobind Sahib Khalsa Girls College, Karhali
Guru Kashi College of Sikh Studies, Talwandi Sabo (Damdama Sahib)
Dashmesh Khalsa College, Zirakpur
Guru Teg Bahadur Polytechnic College GTB, Jind
Baba Ajay Singh Polytechnic College Gurdas Nangal, Gurdaspur
SGPC Polytechnic College, Sherpur
Bibi Sharan Kaur Khalsa Girls College, Chamkaur Sahib
Guru Gobind Singh Khalsa College (GGSKC), Bhagta Bhai Ka


Courses

Shri Guru Tegh Bahadur Khalsa College, Anandpur Sahib Punjab runs course(s) in Degree, Business Management stream(s).
BA (Eng., Pbi (Compulsory, Journalism and Mass Communication, Eng (L), Pbi (L), Hindi (L), Pol Science, History, Computer Application, Defence Studies, Religion Studies, Math, Phy Education, Economics, Gurmat Sangeet)
MA (Punjabi)
B.Com (Professional)
PGDCA
Diploma in Hardware and Networiking
M.Sc (IT)
BCA
BBA
B.Sc (Medical and Non-Medical)
B.Sc (Agriculture) (4 years)
M.com

Approval details: Shri Guru Tegh Bahadur Khalsa College is affiliated with Punjabi University, Patiala (Punjab)


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MBA MA BCA BBA and PGDCA etc (Admission Notice)

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NSS valunters ne samajik buraia khilaf jagrukta rally (News)

MBA BSc BBA and BSc in Agriculture (Admission Notice)

Assistant Proffessor required (Job Vacancy)

Associate Professor required (Job Vacancy)

Jaspreet Khalsa College Students union ke adhyaksh manonit (News)

Jhagde me Student ki hatya (News)

MBA, MCom and BSc Agr etc (Admission Notice)

MBA Course 2012 (Admission Notice)

MA, MBA, BBA, BCA and PGDCA Courses etc (Admission Notice)

Youth Festiwal Dhum Dham nal shuru (News)

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LCD Projector and Smart Board etc (Tender)

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Degree distributed to 440 Students (News)

440 Students ko degree (News)

Admissions start (News)

BBA, BSc and BCom (Admission Notice)

BCA, MA and MSC (Admission Notice)

Soni get 83 percent marks in BSc (News)

Principal (Job Vacancy)

Asstt Professor on adhoc basis (Job Vacancy)

Teez fest celebrated (News)

BSc in Agriculture (Admission Notice)

Hunri Taur mukable in GTB Khalsa College (News)

Dr Kashmir Singh elected as new Principal (News)

NSS Camp held (News)

Career Guidence seminar held (News)

MBA and B Com (Admission Notice)

MSc Maths and MA in Hindi (Admission Notice)

MSc IT and MCom courses (Admission Notice)

Environmental day celebrated (News)

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International conference held (News)


Media coverage of Shri Guru Tegh Bahadur Khalsa College, Anandpur Sahib Punjab, Punjab

Lecturers make themselves scarce here

DO you guys have a comparatively weak academic record in your 12th standard And are you planning to go to a college, which is being shown to you on a silver screen (only fun no studies). And do you often sing to the tune of Pink Floyd’s `We don’t need no education’ Well, here’s offering you a perfect college, Shri Guru Tegh Bahadur Khalsa College (Evening).

“The education level of this institute is appalling. There is hardly any teaching curriculum. To be honest, there is absolutely no teaching out here,’’ says Harpreet Singh, President, Khalsa College Evening.

Unlike the regular College at the North Campus, Khalsa Evening College, is in Dev Nagar, Karol Bagh. And due to its seclusion from the customary campus, it attracts students who are close at hand with areas such as Patel Nagar, Punjabi Bagh, Karol Bagh and they mostly represent the business class.

Almost all the students are seen outside the college. It’s quite ironical when the students come to attend their classes, the lecturers are absent and vice versa. The teachers’ apathy towards their students is also prevalent.

The canteen system of this college is very poor. “The kind of food we are given is highly unhygienic, no room for sanitation, and it’s expensive too,” says a student of the college.

“Neetu Verma (president, Delhi University Student Association, DUSA) has practically done nothing. She is a very weak leader and now we are regretting for choosing such a representative. I don’t want to name people, but there is whole lot of politics going on and these representatives go up to any extent to serve their purpose ,” says a student of the college. And that’s primarily the reason, we don’t allow any of DUSA members to enter our premises because we want our environment to be clean from such elements.



Khalsa College 50th year

Shri Guru Tegh Bahadur Khalsa College is celebrating its golden jubilee this year. Former Prime Minister I .K .Gujral set the ball rolling during the inaugural ceremony on September 27.

As part of the celebrations, the college is organising an inter-university hockey tournament, to be held in the college grounds itself. As many as 26 universities of north zone will participate in the event. Exhibition cricket matches, science festivals, inter-college debating competitions and different other programmes are also slated during the course of the year.

In November this year, on the founder’s day, a Punjabi cultural extravaganza is being organised with focus on kirtan, bhangra, recitation of Gurbani etc. ``Our idea is to celebrate the 50th year in a way that it creates a greater sense of belonging. We are concerned about excessive commercialisation of educational institutions. We do not want the same to happen to our college”, a faculty member of the college said.


NAAC report of Shri Guru Tegh Bahadur Khalsa College

Section I: Preface
Sri Guru Teg Bahadur Khalsa College was established in 1968 through the concerted efforts of certain visionaries and benevolent individuals who joined hands to form Anandpur Sahib Education Society. Named after the Ninth Guru, Sri Guru Teg Bahadur Khalsa College seeks to give contemporary relevance to the prophet's message of righteous living and selfless service to the humanity. It is a coeducational semi-urban college and for many years after its inception, the college had the honour of being the only institution of higher learning in the entire belt that lay between Hoshiarpur and Ropar. In tune with the College motto 'May I never refrain from righteous deeds', it has been serving the need for higher education of a somewhat remote and economically backward region for over 37 years. The objectives of the College are to promote the values of nationalism, secularism and universal brotherhood and also to impart moral and ethical education, respecting the culture and religious heritage of the land. The College appears to have been successful in bringing out students, particularly the girls, from their four walled houses to enter into the higher education. The College has the enthusiastic patronage of Shiromani Gurudwara Prabandhak Committee that initially let on lease the land for the College premises and in 1977 took direct control of the College. The Management runs several other educational institutions also.

The UGC recognised Sri Guru Teg Bahadur Khalsa College under its clauses 2(f) and 12(b) in May 1983. It is a government aided college affiliated to Punjabi University, Patiala. This is a multi-faculty, co-educational under-graduate college imparting traditional and vocational education.

The College is situated within a campus area of 15 acres. The College runs only five programmes, all Undergraduate (four majors- B.Sc. Physics, Chemistry, Maths, B.Sc. Zoology, Botany, Chemistry, B.Sc. Computer Applications, and the B.Com ) and one B.A. having three subjects out of the available seven options, apart from the compulsory subjects Punjabi and English. The different departments of Arts Faculty are Economics, History, Mathematics, Political Science, Defence Studies, Religion, Physical education, Computer application, Punjabi, Hindi and English. The Science faculty consists of the departments of Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Zoology, Botany and Computer Science. The total strength of students is 719. The girl students are 379. Only 11 students are from other states.

The College has teaching staff of 22 permanent teachers, 03 temporary and 03 teachers as the part time/guest faculty. Only 03 of the faculty are Ph.D.s but 11 hold the degree of M.Phil. 08 of the faculty members are females. There are 12 non-teaching, 06 administrative and 06 technical staff.

The teachers of the College are recruited through a selection committee of the managing committee having the composition as per UGC and government guidelines. The university recruits non-teaching staff as per government rules and regulations. The annual budget of the College for the current year is Rs.1,56,11,788 only. The unit cost of education including salary is Rs.21,713.20 while excluding salary it is Rs 4512.14. The temporal plan for academic work of the College is annual system. The College has support services like central library, computer center, a multipurpose assembly hall, dispensary, the sports facilities, gymnasium, guest house, principal's residence, canteen, grievance redressal cell, a vehicle parking shed and a common room for girls. College also has a historically important and very well maintained Gurudwara in its campus. Being a UG college only, no student has passed UGC-CSIR (NET), UGC-SLET, GATE etc. examinations. However, one student has passed the GMAT and one the PCS (Judiciary) exam. Also, being the UG college, no research culture exists.

The total number of working days of the College is 230 out of which 170 are teaching days. The working days of the library are also 230. Drop out rate is about 7%. Success rate is about 84%.

The central library has 21,644 books and subscribes 35 journals/periodicals. The College possesses 28 computers. There is no ongoing research project in the College neither there has been any in the past. Five teachers attended national seminars/conferences/workshops in last three years. However, none has acted as resource person in national/international seminars/conferences/workshops. Despite being a UG College, it has organized seven seminars/symposia in last three years. The College has mobilised about Rs.6,65,000 through donations and certain fund raising drives.

The College volunteered to be assessed by NAAC, Bangalore and sent its Self Study Report (SSR) in March, 2004. NAAC constituted a Peer Team consisting of Prof. L.S. Rathore, Former Vice-Chancellor, Jai Narain Vyas Jodhpur University, Jodhpur, Rajasthan as its Chairman, Prof. A. K. Indrayan, Ex-Dean, Faculty of Science, Department of Chemistry, Gurukula Kangri University, Hardwar, Uttaranchal as Member Co-ordinator and Prof. U.C. Jain, Principal, Govt. PG College, Narsingpur, Madhya Pradesh as its Member. The Peer Team, visited the College on 24-25 October, 2005. The Team after validating the SSR, interacting with all sections of the College Community, and visiting the existing infrastructural facilities would like to record the following criteria wise observations.

Section 2: Criterion-wise Analysis
Criterion I: Curricular Aspects
As an affiliated College of Punjabi University, this College follows the syllabi prescribed by the University for the Humanities, Sciences and Commerce faculties with annual examination pattern. Most of the courses are according to the revised syllabi suggested by the UGC. The College is an under-graduate college and offers only 05 programmes. In B.Sc. there are three programme options, both in the triple major system (Physics, Chemistry, Maths; Physics, Maths, Computer Applications and Zoology, Botany, Chemistry). In B.A. a student has to opt three subjects among the 08 available (Punjabi, Hindi, Mathematics, History, Pol. Sc., Economics, Religion, Physical education, Computer application and Defense Studies,). In B.Com. there are seven papers in each of the three years. It, too, has the compulsory subjects English and Punjabi. The options of offering the subjects like Religion and Defense Studies are quite in tune with aims and objectives of the College. The students have a flexibility to pursue various programmes as per their interest out of the available options.

To introduce a new programme within the regulations of the parent university system, the College takes six to twelve months. The College is represented at the Academic Council of the University by the Principal who interacts with the parent university on suggestions and observations about all the academic issues and help in bringing suitable changes periodically. Seven of its teachers are members of the respective Boards of Studies and play a vital role in updating the syllabi and making them more relevant to the society and industry.

Academic peers from the surrounding areas are invited frequently to deliver lectures and seminars and a feedback from them is sought regarding the curricula of the University. There is a compatibility of the programmes with the goals and objectives.

The ratio of knowledge:skills is 65:35 in Science and about 80:20 in Arts and Commerce streams.

Criterion II: Teaching-Learning and Evaluation
The College follows the admission policy as stipulated by the State Government and in accordance with the procedure laid down by the University and the policy of reservation of Govt. of Punjab. College selects the students for admission on the basis of their academic record and also through interview.

The College prepares academic calendar of the year in the light of the university guidelines. Time-table and classes are allocated right in the beginning of the session. The heads hold the meeting of their departments where the details of the curricula completion are finalised. The academic calendar is followed in letter and spirit.

Students' knowledge and skills are assessed after admission through periodical tests and house examinations. The College monitors overall performance of the students to ensure the achievement of the course objectives. The College runs remedial coaching classes for educationally disadvantaged students. The advanced learners are challenged to work ahead of others by giving them extra assignments. Students are encouraged to participate in intra and inter college competitions like essay writing, debates, paper reading and quiz etc. The teachers also hold group discussions and quiz sessions with students. Character and personality development are emphasised in all activities. Educational tours are also organised.

Guest lectures on special topics are arranged from time to time. However, the use of the audio-visual aids, overhead projectors and slide projectors need to be encouraged.

Working days of the college in a year are normally 230, out of which the teaching days extend up to 170. Every teacher is required to take a teaching load of 18 hrs per week. The ratio of teaching to non-teaching staff is approximately 2.5:1. About 95% of the classes are taught by the full time faculty.

The teaching faculty of the College is qualified. Out of a total of 28 teachers (including 03 part-time/guest faculty), 03 hold the Ph.D. degree and another 11 hold the M.Phil. degree. The strength of non-teaching staff is 12, while there are 06 administrative and 06 technical staff. The participation of teachers in attending seminars, conferences, workshops needs be encouraged. Only five teachers have participated at the national level seminars and none at international level in last three years. So far none has acted as a resource person.

Selection and appointment of teachers are made in accordance with University/Punjab Govt. rules. For unaided courses the teachers are recruited purely on merit, preference given to Ph.D. holders.

The evaluation of the performance of teachers is done on the basis of results and their general conduct. Principal takes a note of this and sends his report. Feedback from students is also sought and given due weightage. Faculty development programmes are available for refreshing of the knowledge and skills of the teachers. 08 teachers have attended the Refresher courses/Orientation programmes in last two years.

College has organized seven Seminars/Symposia and Workshops in last three years.

Criterion III: Research, Consultancy and Extension
Being only an under-graduate college, no research atmosphere prevails in the College. About 10% of its teachers are Ph.D. degree holders but none of them is engaged in active research. College is not a recognized center for Ph.D. Teachers are, however, readily given study leave for pursuing research work and if doing research as part-time, the college is ready to make adjustment in the time-table to facilitate research.

The College does not have a well designed programme for consultancy.

The College has 3 units of NSS enrolling 300 students. Unfortunately the College does not have the NCC programme for the last one year. However, they intend to revive it. For many years the NCC cadets have shown their proficiency in all fields. Some of them participated in RDC also. Many qualifying the 'C' certificate. A Youth Welfare Club also exists and looks after various activities of the students.

There is no full time designated person for extension activities, however a teacher is given the additional charge. The College is providing some extension activities like community development, health and hygiene awareness, adult education and literacy, aids awareness, blood donation camps, social work and environment awareness. Some plantation work in the campus has been carried out. The NSS and Youth Welfare Club students have their active participation in such activities.

Certain social activities are carried out in collaboration with Village-Panchayats, Rotary club and Guru Gobind Singh Study Circle.

Criterion IV: Infrastructure and Learning Resources
Spread in the total campus area of 15 acres, the College, divided into three buildings, has 06 Lecture theatres, 10 Class Rooms, an Administrative Block, 09 Laboratories, a spacious Conference Hall, a Library, a Computer Centre, the separate Common Rooms for boys and girls, a Guest house, Principal's residence and a vehicle parking shed etc. Facilities of water coolers and generator are available in the buildings. Maintenance of these facilities is done both through annual maintenance contract and permanent resident technicians. Infrastructural facilities are made available to external agencies on demand and after due screening. College authorities try to keep the campus beautiful, clean and pollution free. Special efforts are taken by the college to have an in campus pollution control. Campus has been declared a 'smoke free zone'.

There is a central library having 21,644 books and subscribes to 35 journals/periodicals. Book bank facility exists. Computerization is in the process. Internet facility is not available in the library but it has a stock of audio and video cassettes. Working hours of the library are 9.00 AM to 4.30 PM. The library is not open on Sundays and other holidays.

Central computer facility exists. It has twenty five computers. Internet facility exists. Besides this, two computers are available in Physics Department and another one in library. The maintenance is done on contract basis. The computer center opens on Sundays and other Holidays also if the need arises.

The College has a dispensary and a part time doctor is available in the College for the benefit of its students and staff.

Sports facilities are good. Girl students are also encouraged to participate in sports activities. Hockey, Foot ball, Cricket, Basket-ball and Volley-ball grounds, Tennis and Badminton courts and Kabaddi facility exist. College has a Gymnasium. Judo and Boxing arena are available. A 400 m track is also available. The College appoints Special Coaches for training the students in Hockey, Volley ball, Boxing, Judo, Yoga and Kho kho as and when required. All India Inter University Weight Lifting (Men and Women) Championships have been organized twice in the College. The Weight Lifting Coach has many national recognitions to his credit. The students have many achievements at University level in Hockey, Weight Lifting, Boxing, Power Lifting, Volley ball, Athletics and Yoga. Both boys and girls have excelled particularly in Weight Lifting and Power Lifting Competitions.

The College is yet to construct a hostel. Plans to construct a girls hostel are taking up shape. A Non-resident student centre has been sanctioned by UGC and soon will come up.

Criterion V: Students Support and Progression
The College publishes its updated prospectus every year. It contains the details about the available courses, rules and regulations for admission to various courses, the fee structure, the College calendar of the year, the availability of different scholarships and financial aid, and the various services available in the campus.

Drop out rate is about 7%. Alumni association is active and has floated certain scholarships. Some of the alumni are IAS/IPS Allied Services officers and some are leading businessman abroad. There is an active Parent-Teacher Association.

SC/ST scholarships are awarded as per state government norms and funding. Certain NRI Scholarships are also given to students. Merit and Merit cum Means Scholarships are also given.

An Employment Cell is yet to be established. However, teachers actively participate in Academic and Personal Counselling.

The College provides recreational and leisure time facilities like Indoor-Outdoor games and Students' magazines. Debate club, Quiz club and Photography Club exist. Dance and Music competitions and Story writing competitions are held. Cultural programmes are also organised on certain occasions. The College Bhangra Team won gold medal of Punjabi University during 2002-03.

Criterion VI: Organization and Management
The College is managed by Shiromani Gurudwara Prabandhak Committee. University conducts periodical inspection of the College. Principal enjoys all powers pertaining to day to day and the local administration of the College. College has a Faculty Council and several committees to look after the various programmes of the institution and the development and maintenance of the institution and its campus.

The fee structure is as per government/university norms. College has an internal audit mechanism. Unit cost of education is Rs 21,713.20 (including salary) and Rs 4512.14 (excluding salary).

A Grievance redressal cell exists to look after the grievances of teachers, non-teaching staff and students. The College has some welfare programmes for the teaching and non-teaching staff that include certain scholarships also. A couple of prizes have been instituted by the philanthropists for the best students and academic proficiency.

Loans are provided for house building, purchase of vehicle, marriage of ward and medical emergency etc. from the Provident Fund of the employee as per rules. The loans are also arranged from the local banks for the employees.

Criterion VII: Other Healthy Practices
The faculty of the college is striving towards realizing the goal of imparting quality education and for which some healthy practices have been established.

The College has adopted mechanisms for internal quality checks.

The College takes serious efforts towards all round personality development of students as is reflected in students' high rate of progression to higher education.

The College has in its campus a well maintained historically important Gurudwara. The team was impressed to that most of the students start their day in the College by first visiting the Gurudwara.

Students are encouraged to enter into the defense services and, thus, serve the Nation.

Policies, progress and development in different areas are discussed and monitored by various individual committees.

Guest lectures are arranged to update the students.

Internet facility is available in the college and students and teachers are free to surf and discover the latest information in the subject of their study.

Educational tours and industrial visits are organized.

Campus is very much green and pollution free.

With almost a fifty-fifty ratio of boys and girl students, the discipline is very good.

Section 3: Overall Analysis (Commendations and Recommendations)
The Peer Team after going through the SSR, interacting at depth with the Principal, Teaching and non-teaching staff, Management, Students, Alumni, Parents/Guardians and visiting the existing infrastructure facilities would like to make the following observations:

The College is a prospective institution in Punjab where a good academic ambience is prevailing

There is a good spirit of participatory functioning and management in the College.

The College has a very impressive campus with a nice infra-structure.

The College gives a high priority to Religion and Patriotism.

The standard of education in the College is well reflected from the list of Alumni holding high positions in different professions and in different walks of life.

The students of the College have shown proficiency in sports and games activities in state, regional and national level competitions. Cultural activities also have achievements to their credit.

The organization and management is very good and deserves a special mention.

The College has a good future.

The Peer Team also intends to recommend the following for the holistic future development of the College:

The College may take initiative of introducing the Post-graduate classes in various subjects.

The College should take steps to start the in-demand self-financing like the Biotechnology, Microbiology, MCA courses etc. at the earliest possible.

The College may establish a Literary Society for enhancement of inter-language knowledge improvement.

The College may take initiative for collaborative linkages in national and international levels.

The library needs immediate computerization and further upgradation.

The computer culture may be developed further in the College.

The library may be kept open for a longer hours.

The College may take efforts for organising more seminars/conference/workshops in the campus.

The College may establish Center For Women Studies.

The College may construct hostels with grants from UGC.

The Peer Team would like to put on record its sincere thanks to the Principal, Teachers, Non-teaching staff, Management, Students, Parents and Alumni of the College for their cooperation and help. The Team is especially grateful to the Co-ordinator and the members of College Steering Committee for NAAC.

Prof. L.S. Rathore (Chairman)
Former Vice-chancellor, Jai Narain Vyas University
Jodhpur, Rajasthan

Prof. A.K. Indrayan (Member Coordinator)
Dept of Chemistry, Ex Dean, Faculty of Science
Gurukula Kangri University
Hardwar, Uttaranchal

Dr U.C. Jain (Member)
Principal, Govt. PG College
Narsingpur, Madhya Pradesh

(Dr. Amrik Singh)
Principal

MANAGING COMMITTEE OF SRI GURU TEJ BAHAD Versus DIRECTOR PUBLIC INSTRUCTIONS PB ETC CWP 20029 of 2006



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