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SD College, Barnala, Punjab
Address:Near Railways Crossing
Barnala (District Barnala)
Punjab, India
Pin Code : 148101


SD College, Barnala Punjab is a recognised institute / college. SD College, Barnala Punjab is managed by Society: earlier SD Sabha, now SD College Educational Society. SD College, Barnala Punjab was established on / in 1956.


Principal of SD College, Barnala Punjab is now offtg Manohar Lal Sharma (NCC Officer).

SD College, Barnala Punjab is situated in Barnala of Punjab state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Barnala comes under Barnala Tehsil, Barnala District.

Contact Person(s) of the SD College, Barnala Punjab is (are): Prof. BB Goyal, Head, Dept of Computer Applications : 98145-74565.

Residence Phone No(s) of concerned peron(s) of SD College, Barnala Punjab is (are) : 01679-232493.

Mobile No(s) of concerned persons at SD College, Barnala Punjab are 98150-01751, 8146800707.

email ID(s) is SD College Barnala Punjab

Website of SD College, Barnala Punjab is www.sdcollegeinstitutions.org.

Chairman : earlier Sh Mohinder Kumar Bansal ji, now Aneesh Parkash.
General Secretary : Jatinder Nath.

Contact Details of SD College, Barnala Punjab are : Telephone: +91-1679-230005, 233249

Earlier principal Mukandi Lal (DOB 19-8-1952) 98154-03377 reited on 30.08.2012, he had applied in University College, Dhilwan. Before that Sh Megh Raj Garg was principal. Before that Sh HS Attri was Principal. Dr H Kumar Kaul also remained Principal of college for a long time.

Jagdev Singh, Senior Clerk
Mr Rajeev, Office Work 95010-19443
Prof JC Gupta 98552-34435, Res 234435
Prof Ashok Goyal 98141-32764
Prof Ashwani Sikri 98725-33442

State Express Printers, Sangrur 98552-82727

Prof JP Garg (Retired) expired on 13.10.2012 due to cancer illness. He was working as Vice Principal of Aryabhatta College of Engineering, Cheema Jodhpur Village (Near Barnala)

Sh Manoj Kumar, President of Non Teaching Union Punjab. Sh Balbir Dass Bawa, JLA, is Unit President.

Non-teaching staff union:
College unit Secretary Hem Raj Mittal

Other colleges of SD College Educational Society Group, Barnala
SD College of Education, Barnala
SD College of Pharmacy, Barnala


Courses

BA (Eng, Pb (Com), Eco, History, Math, Pol Science, Tabla, Pbi (L), Hindi (L), Eng (L) Music (I), Pub Admn, Phy Education, Journalism and Mass Communication Computer Application, Psycholoogy)
B.Com
B.Sc (Biotech)
B.Sc (Medical and Non-Medical,Computer Application)
BCA
BBA
B.Lib
PGDCA
M.Sc (IT)
M.Sc (IT) (Lateral Entry)


SD College, Barnala Punjab runs course(s) in Degree, Computer Applications, Business Management stream(s).

SD College is affiliated with Punjabi University, Patiala (Punjab)



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ASHWANI KUMAR Vs MOHAN LAL

IN THE HIGH COURT OF PUNJAB and HARYANA, CHANDIGARH

CRM. A. No.946-MA of 2010 (O and M)

Date of Decision:December 20, 2010

Ashwani Kumar ...........Appellant
Versus
Mohan Lal ..........Respondent

Coram:
Hon'ble Mrs. Justice Sabina

Present:
Mr.Tribhawan Singla,Advocate for the applicant-appellant.

Sabina, J.
Complainant filed a complaint under Section 420 of the Indian Penal Code (`IPC' for short) against accused- Mohan Lal -respondent. Vide judgment dated 17.3.2010 passed by the Judicial
Magistrate Ist Class, Barnala respondent was acquitted of the charge framed against him. Hence, the appellant has filed this application under Section 378(4) of the Code of Criminal Procedure for grant of leave to file an appeal against the order mentioned above.

Brief facts of the case, as noticed by the trial Court, in para 1 of its judgment, are reproduced here in below:-

1.Complainant has filed this complaint stating that he resides near Jain Happy Model School, Barnala and has two sons.

Younger one is Ashwani Kumar (present substituted complainant)
who is studying in B.A. Ist year in S.D.College, Barnala. He is aged about 20-21 years and is hale and hearty. About 1½ years prior to filing of the complaint, accused was used to visit the shop of complainant and latter had been considering him very close to him.

In the first week of November, 2002 the accused came at the shop of complainant and stated that his (of complainant) elder son had completed his Law studies and will settle down by becoming a Lawyer and he (accused) will get arranged America visa for his (of complainant) younger son. Accused also represented to complainant that he will get arranged a job for son of complainant
in America on a monthly salary of about Rs. 1 lac. Accused also represented that he knows an agent Vipan Chhabra from Ludhiana
who sends people to Canada and America every month. Accused
also represented that he had sent five boys abroad through said
Vipan Chhabra after arranging their visas. Complainant believed
such words of accused. Accused then stated that sending of son of complainant abroad will cost Rs.8 lacs out of which Rs.3,50,000/- will have to be paid in advance and remaining amount will have to be paid after a job is found in America.

Complainant replied that he will arrange and hand over the money in 10 days. Then complainant also stated to accused that Ashwani
Kumar did not have a passport. Accused replied that he will get the same issued in two weeks. He also stated to complainant to arrange 12 passport size photographs of Ashwani Kumar, a copy of ration card, a copy of Matriculation certificate showing date of
birth and hand over to him (accused) when the money is arranged
and paid to him. Again on 20.11.02 accused came at the shop of
complainant. At that time Rajiv Kumar s/o Sham Lal, resident of
Herike Wahan Di Haweli, Barnala and Sandeep Kumar s/o Baldev
Krishan, resident of Barnala were sitting there. Complainant stated to accused that he had arranged the required money and documents for passport and that accused must not do anything
which may affect their relations. Accused again assured complainant that they were from the same Town and that in any
case he will send his son to America on visa and will also find work for him. Believing such words complainant handed over Rs.3,50,000/- along with copy of Matriculation certificate. Copy of Ration card and 12 passport size photographs to accused in the presence of abovesaid Rajiv Kumar and Sandeep Kumar. Then
accused stated that the work (of sending Ashwani Kumar abroad)
will be done in 2-2½ months. About 10 days thereafter accused came at the shop of complainant and obtained signatures of Ashwani Kumar on passport application papers and left the place
after stating that the passport will be ready in 15-20 days. In first
week of March 2003 complainant went to accused at his house
asking him as to why there was no news regarding sending of
Ashwani Kumar abroad. Accused replied that some problem had
arisen as abovesaid Vipan Chhabra of Ludhiana had gone to America with a group of five persons but his return from there is
delayed and after his coming back another group including Ashwani Kumar will be made and he will send them abroad.

Complainant awaited for another one month. Then on 15.5.03 he
went to the house of accused and asked about passport and visa of Ashwani Kumar. Accused replied that abovesaid Vipan Chhabra, who had gone with a group was arrested. From it complainant got suspicious that accused was having malafide intention.

Complainant asked accused to return his money as he did not want to send his son abroad. Accused started putting off the matter stating that out of the abovesaid amount he already had
handed over Rs.2 lacs to Vipan Chhabra and that he will return
Rs.1½ lacs to complainant in one week. Despite repeated demands by complainant the accused failed to return the amount
and thereby had cheated the complainant of Rs.3,50,000/-.

Complainant then moved an application before DSP, PS Barnala on 16.7.03. In that connection the DSP Barnala called him once or twice. Complainant went to him with witnesses but the DSP did not take any action and a day before filing of this complaint, he refused to take action asking complainant to approach Court.

Hence, this complaint.

After hearing the learned counsel for the appellant, I am of the opinion that the application for grant of leave to appeal against judgment dated 17.3.2010 passed by the Judicial Magistrate Ist Class is liable to be dismissed.

The learned trial Court in paras 13 to 15 of its judgment has observed as under:-

13.The alleged taking place of assurances and delivery of alleged
cash and documents by complainant to accused also appears to be a story not inspiring confidence. As testimony of DW2 Gurmeet
Singh reveals the accused is employed as a Junior Engineer with
Punjab State Electricity Board and his father's name, as per service book of accused, is Natha Ram but complaint states that his father's name is Lekha Ram. CW-1 complainant admitted in his cross-examination that accused is employed with Electricity Board.

He does not know if accused has any relative. He also admits that his own one son is an Advocate and knows the procedure of preparation of a passport. These circumstances show that father's name of accused is Natha Ram and not Lekha Ram and he does not have any relative abroad. It is stated by him in his statement u/s 313 Cr.P.C. that he does not have a passport even. Accused therefore was not in a position to prevail upon complainant even to the extent that latter could seek his help for preparation of passport of his own son who at that time was studying in BA Ist year. When elder son of complainant was a lawyer and had knowledge regarding the procedure of preparation of passport and when Ashwani Kumar (the one who allegedly was to be sent abroad) was also literate enough to know and to apply for a passport of is own the role of the accused in such matter appears remote and concocted. CW-1 complainant also committed overt act of concealing of alleged dispute of shares/money between him and accused during his cross-examination conducted in pre-lunch session on 6.5.06. However, during his crossexamination in post lunch session on that day he admitted that accused has a share terminal and also deals in shares which complainant himself also visits. He also admitted that a dispute had arisen between the two over sharers. The circumstances by itself shows that the dispute between the parties was regarding shares and not regarding sending of somebody abroad.

14.Complaint reveals that complainant had moved an application
dated 16.7.03 before DSP Barnala regarding the matter about the
alleged assurances of accused to send son of complainant abroad
again receipt of Rs.8 lacs in total out of which he allegedly had
received Rs.3,50,000/-. Similar is the examination-in-chief of CW-1 complainant. However, in his cross-examination, he stated that he does not remember if such applications are moved by him once or twice. Though complainant states that nothing was done by the concerned DSP. But the cross-examination of CW1 complainant reveals that enquiry indeed was conducted by DSP though he denied if the complaint was found false. Accused examined DW3 HC Gurmeet Singh who stated that complainant had moved an application with police wherein he named accused and three others as the wrongdoers though his complaint is silent regarding it. He also failed to bring on file any evidence which could reflect the fate of enquiry on his application of 16.7.03 conducted by DSP Barnala. There is complaint Ex.C-1 brought on file by complainant Bhim Sain himself. It shows that the alleged amount paid by him to accused was Rs.3 lacs when the current complaint shows that this amount was Rs.3,50,000/-. This aspect has also gone unexplained
15 The above detailed discussion of mine brings out that accused
is employed with Punjab State Electricity Board and his dispute with complainant was regarding shares as is admitted by CW1 in
his cross-examination. There is no evidence that accused has any
relative abroad or he has been in a position to send anybody abroad. Complainant also has failed to prove if he had to depend
upon accused for preparation of passport of Ashwani Kumar when
his own elder son was an Advocate and had the knowledge regarding preparation of passport. Complainant also has failed to
prove if CW2 was present on 20.11.02 at his shop. Complainant
also does not know even the father's name of accused. Accused is
employed with Electricity Board and it is highly improbable that
he could remain serving said Board if he was in a position to send
somebody abroad and to arrange for him a job with salary of Rs. 1
lac per month.

The reasons given by the trial Court are sound reasons. Keeping all these facts and circumstances in mind, the learned trial Court had, thus, rightly acquitted the respondent of the charge framed against him. No ground is made out to grant leave to file an appeal.

Accordingly, the application seeking leave to appeal under Section 378(4) of the Code of Criminal Procedure is dismissed.

The application seeking condonation of delay in filing the appeal is rendered merely academic and is disposed of as such.

( Sabina )
Judge

Iqbal Singh versus SD College Barnala

STATE INFORMATION COMMISSION PUNJAB.
SCO NO. 84-85, SECTOR 17-C, CHANDIGARH.

Sh. Iqbal Singh
S/o Sh. Baltej Singh,
H. No. 20649, Street No. 26/3,
Ajit Road, Bathinda. … Complainant

VERSUS

Public Information Officer,
O/o Principal, S.D. College, Barnala. …Respondent

C.C. No. 2588 of 2009

ORDER

Present:
None on behalf of the Complainant.

In the earlier order dated 12.11.2009, none came present on behalf of the complaisant and one more opportunity was granted to him to pursue his case.

Today again, none is present on behalf of the Complainant and no communication has been received form him. Therefore, it seems he is not interested to pursue the case.

Accordingly, the case is hereby closed and disposed of.
Copies of the order be sent to both the parties.

Sd/-
Chandigarh (Mrs. Ravi Singh)
Date: 06.01.2010 State Information Commissioner.

Sh Iqbal Singh versus SD College Barnala

STATE INFORMATION COMMISSION, PUNJAB
SCO No. 84-85, Sector 17-C, Chandigarh

Sh. Iqbal Singh,
S/o Shri Baltej Singh,
H.No. 20649, St. No. 26/3,
Ajit Road, Bathinda. ---Complainant

Vs.

Public Information Officer,
O/o Principal, S.D.College,
Barnala. ---Respondent

C.C. No.2588 of 2009

ORDER

Present: -
None present on behalf of the Complainant as well as the Respondent.

The Complainant filed a complaint on 8.9.2009 that his original application dated 26.2.2009, has not been attended to.
The information sought by him is regarding: “Information related to salary, PF, Gratuity, Leave encashment and arrears etc.of the Complainant.”
A letter dated 26.10.2009 has been received from the APIO-cum-Principal, S.D.College, Barnala, which is as under:-
“……The full information was supplied to Shri Iqbal Singh, son of Shri Baltej Singh, H.No.20649, Street No.26/3 Ajit Road, Bathinda at that time and the case was disposed of accordingly. The copy of the judgement CC No.2157 of 2009 is hereby attached for your perusal. As the information has been supplied, so this case kindly be disposed of accordingly.”
None has appeared on behalf of the parties, one more opportunity is provided to them to pursue their case.

To come up on 06.01.2010 at 12:00 Noon in the Chamber.
Copies of the order be sent to the parties.

Sd/-
Chandigarh (Mrs. Ravi Singh)
Dated: 12.11.2009 State Information Commissioner.

NCTE appeal order for SD College Barnala

F.No.89-1066-2009-Appeal
NATIONAL COUNCIL FOR TEACHER EDUCATION
Hans Bhawan, Wing II, 1, Bahadurshah Zafar Marg, New Delhi - 110002

O R D E R

WHEREAS the appeal of S.D. College of Education, Barnala Dist., Punjab dated 14-09-2009 is against the Order No. F. NRC-NCTE-F-7-PB-610-144 Meeting 2009-7138 dated 29-07-2009 of the Northern Regional Committee, refusing recognition for conducting M.Ed
course on the grounds “The deficiencies communicated to the institution still exist”.

AND WHEREAS the Correspondent, S.D. College of Education (hereinafter referred to as the appellant), preferred an appeal dated 16-09-2009 to the National Council for Teacher Education, New Delhi (hereinafter referred to as the Council) under Section 18 of the NCTE Act, 1993 against the said Order.

AND WHEREAS Dr. Rakesh Jindal, Principal and Shri Ravinder Kumar, Superintendent, S.D. College of Education, Barnala Dist., Punjab presented the case of the appellant institution on 12.10.09. In the appeal and during personal presentation it was submitted that according to the letter of intent for inspection issued by NRC on 30.04.09, the institution was to submit building plan approved by the Municipal Council, Barnala and registration of land in the name of the institution. He further submitted that the necessary documents were furnished to the NRC with their letter dt. 25.06.09. He further clarified that the same land and building which is being used for conducting the approved B.Ed course will be utilized for running M.Ed course also.

AND WHEREAS in view of the position stated above the Council has come to the conclusion that the appeal deserves to be accepted and the case remanded to NRC for conducting inspection and taking further necessary action.

AND WHEREAS after perusal of documents, memorandum of appeal, affidavit and after hearing oral arguments advanced during the hearing, the Council reached the conclusion that there was adequate ground to accept the appeal, set aside NRC’s order and remand
the case to NRC for causing inspection of the institution to ascertain the availability of infrastructure and instructional facilities as per NCTE norms and thereafter pass appropriate order.

NOW THEREFORE, the Council hereby remands back the case of S.D. College of Education , Barnala Dist., Punjab to the NRC, NCTE, for necessary action as indicated above.

(S.V.S. Chaudhary)
Vice-Chairperson

1. The Director, S.D. College of Education , VPO - Barnala, Barnala Dist. - , Punjab
2. The Secretary, Ministry of Human Resource Development, Department of School Education and Literacy, Shastri Bhawan, New Delhi.
3. Regional Director, Northern Regional Committee, A-46, Shantipath, Tilak Nagar, Jaipur - 302004, Rajasthan.
4. PS to Chairperson
5. The Secretary, Education (looking after Teacher Education) Government of Punjab, Chandigarh.


Shri Iqbal Singh versus SD College Barnala

STATE INFORMATION COMMISSION, PUNJAB
SCO No. 32-33-34, 1st Floor Sector 17-C, CHANDIGARH.


Shri Iqbal Singh s/o Sh. Baltej Singh, H. No.20649,
Street No.26/3, Ajit Road, Bhatinda. __________ Complainant
Vs.
The Public Information Officer,
o/o the S.D.College, Barnala. ________________ Respondent

CC No. 2157 of 2009

Present:
Shri Iqbal Singh complainant in person.
Dr. M.L. Bansal, Principal on behalf of the respondent-department.

ORDER

Information stands supplied, case is disposed of accordingly.

(R.K. Gupta)
State Information Commissioner.
Dated: 18.9.2009

Shri Ashutosh versus SD College Barnala

STATE INFORMATION COMMISSION PUNJAB
SCO No. 84-85, SECTOR-17-C,CHANDIGARH.
(www.infocommpunjab.com)

Shri Ashutosh,
House No. 3179, Sector 38-D,
Chandigarh. Complainant

Vs
Public Information Officer,
O/o Principal, S.D.College, Barnala,
Distt. Barnala. Respondent

CC No. 893 /2009

Present:
Shri Ashutosh, the complainant, in person.
Dr. M.L.Bansal, Principal-cum-APIO and Shri Manoj Sharma, Clerk, on behalf of respondent.

ORDER

1. Case was last heard on 23.07.2009 when it was directed that the complainant will file his observations on the information supplied to him in the Court on that day. As per the observations made by the complainant, the complete information running into 14 sheets has been supplied to him in the Court today in my presence.
2. Since the information stands provided, the case is disposed of.
3. Copies of the order be sent to both the parties.

Sd/-
Place: Chandigarh Surinder Singh
Dated:15.09.2009 State Information Commissioner

Shri Ashutosh versus SD College Barnala

STATE INFORMATION COMMISSION PUNJAB
SCO NO. 84-85, SECTOR 17-C, CHANDIGARH.
(www.infocommpunjab.com)

Shri Ashutosh,
H.No. 3179,Sector 38-D, Chandigarh. Complainant

Vs

Public Information Officer,
O/OPrincipal, S.D.College, Barnala. Respondent

CC-893/2009

Present:
Shri Ashutosh, Complainant, in person.
Dr. M.L. Bansal, Principal-cum-APIO, on behalf of the Respondent.

ORDER

1. The case was last heard on 11.6.2009, when with the mutual consent of both the parties, the Complainant was directed to visit the office of Principal, S. D. College, Barnala on 13.07.2009 to inspect the record and the Principal was directed to supply the information, identified by the Complainant after the inspection, free of cost.
2. The Complainant intimated the Commission vide letter dated 20.07.2009 that as per the directions of the Commission he visited the office of Principal, S. D. College, Barnala on 13.07.2009. The PIO of the College was not present there. Then he met Shri Mukand Lal Bansal, APIO who referred him to Shri Ashwani Kumar and Dr. Rajesh Gupta. They told him that it will take long
time to collect the information as the concerned clerk has gone to Chandigarh.

3. The Commission takes a very serious view of the attitude of the staff of the College and warns them to behave properly as the inspection of the record by the Complainant was ordered by the Commission with the consent of Principal-cum-APIO.

4. The Principal S. D. College, Barnala, hands over some information to the Complainant. It is directed that the Complainant will study the information and will send his observations/comments, if any, to the Principal within a period of 15 days, with a copy to the Commission and the Principal will send his response to the Complainant under intimation to the Commission keeping in view the original demand of the Complainant.

5. The case is fixed for further hearing on 15.9.2009 at 10.00 A.M. in Court No.1.

6. Copies of the order be sent to both the parties.

Sd/-
Surinder Singh
State Information Commissioner

Sd/-
Place: Chandigarh Darbara Singh Kahlon
Dated: 23.7.2009 State Information Commissioner

Shri Ashutosh versus SD College Barnala

STATE INFORMATION COMMISSION PUNJAB
SCO No. 84-85, SECTOR-17-C,CHANDIGARH.
(www.infocommpunjab.com)
Shri Ashutosh,
H.No. 3179, Sector: 38-D,
Chandigarh. Complainant
Vs
Public Information Officer,
O/o Principal, S. D. College, Barnala. Respondent

CC - 893 /2009

Present:
Shri Ashutosh, Complainant, in person.
Dr. M. L. Bansal, Principal-cum-APIO, on behalf of the Respondent.

ORDER

1. In this case, the Complainant filed an application with the PIO of S. D. College, Barnala on 20.02.2009 for seeking certain information. On getting no response, he filed a complaint with the Commission on 25.03.2009, which was received in the Commission on 02.04.2009 against Diary No. 4738. Accordingly, Notice of Hearing was issued to both the parties for today.
2. Dr. M. L. Bansal, Principal-cum-APIO, brings to the notice of the Commission that the Complainant had filed an application earlier also for seeking same information, which was decided by Hon’ble State Information Commissioner Shri Kulbir Singh on 16.01.2009. The Complainant contests that the information demanded by him in the instant case is totally different from the earlier case.
3. The information demanded by the Complainant in the instant case
is discussed in detail para-wise. After detailed deliberations, with the consent of both the parties it is directed that the Complainant will visit the office of Principal, S. D. College, Barnala on 13th July, 2009 at 11.00 A.M. to inspect the record and the Principal will make all necessary arrangements for the same. Necessary charges for the inspection will be deposited by the Complainant. The Principal-cum-APIO makes it clear that copies of Resolutions passed by the Management Committee relating to the Complainant will only be supplied to the Complainant. The Complainant agrees to this.

4. Accordingly, It is also directed that the documents identified by the Complainant after the inspection of the record will be supplied to the Complainant by the Principal free of cost on the spot relating to the Complainant. If the Complainant feels satisfied after obtaining the required documents, he will give a receipt thereof, which will be passed on to the Commission by the Principal with the request that the Complainant has obtained the required documents and is satisfied and the case may be closed. Then there will be no need to attend the proceedings on the next date of hearing by both the parties.

5. The case is fixed for confirmation of compliance of orders on
23.07.2009.
6. Copies of the order be sent to both the parties.
Sd/-
Surinder Singh
State Information Commissioner

Sd/-
Place: Chandigarh Darbara Singh
Dated: 11. 06. 2009 State Information Commissioner

S D COLLEGE BARNALA Vs STATE OF PUNJAB and ANOTHER

IN THE HIGH COURT OF PUNJAB and HARYANA, CHANDIGARH

Civil Writ Petition No.8803 of 2009

Date of Decision: May 30, 2009

S.D. College, Barnala .....PETITIONER(S)
VERSUS
State of Punjab and Another .....RESPONDENT(S)

CORAM:
HON BLE MR. JUSTICE AJAI LAMBA

PRESENT: -
Mr. Tushar Sharma, Advocate, for the petitioner.

AJAI LAMBA, J (Oral)
The prayer made in this civil writ petition filed under Article 226/227 of the Constitution of India is for issuance of a writ in the nature of mandamus directing the respondents to comply with the directions given by Division Bench of this Court while dealing with Civil Writ Petition No.14340
of 2006 titled Arya College, Ludhiana Vs. State of Punjab and Others , decided on 18.12.2007.

It has been brought out that the petitioner is helping the State to achieve its welfare policies. The State of Punjab implemented a scheme known as `95% Deficit Grant in Aid Scheme for granting financial assistance to non government aided colleges. The State Government took a conscious decision to provide financial assistance to private aided colleges to enable these colleges to pay the scales recommended by the UGC so as to maintain minimum standards in higher education on
the basis of sanctioned strength of teaching and non teaching employees. Because the respondents are not releasing the admissible grant in aid, the petitioner is unable to pay the teaching and non
teaching staff which seriously hampers the working of the Institution.

Issue notice of motion.

Mr. Anil Sharma, Additional Deputy Advocate General, Punjab, on the asking of the Court, accepts notice. Copy of the petition has been handed over.

Heard.
Learned counsel for the respondents has not been able to dispute that grant in aid is required to be released in terms of the judgment relied upon on behalf of the petitioner.

I have considered the issue. The Division Bench in the case of Arya College, Ludhiana (supra),
issued directions in the following terms:-

Accordingly, we direct the State to meet its liability as per its declared scheme within three months from today.

The State will be at liberty to rely upon the record already available or to have access to such other record of the petitioner-college as, may be necessary, but on this account, the State will not avoid its liability. We make it clear that Secretary, Higher Education, Punjab will be held
personally liable in case of default in meeting the liability.

This Court has considered the very issue while dealing with Civil Writ Petition No.4464 of 2009
titled BLM Girls College, Arya Samaj, Nawanshahr vs. State of Punjab and Others , decided on 21.3.2009 and Civil Writ Petition No.5393 of 2008, titled Ramgaria College of Education, Phagwara vs. State of Punjab and Others , decided on 24.4.2008, in which also the respondent-State has been directed to release the grant in aid.

In Civil Writ Petition No.3191 of 2007 titled `The Managing Committee, Guru Gobind Singh College, Saghera, Barnala, District Sangrur vs. State of Punjab and Another decided on 19.2.2008, similar view has been taken and direction was issued to the respondents to release grant in aid. Special Leave Petition was filed by the State of Punjab, the same being SLP No.15798 of 2008 which was dismissed on 8.12.2008.

Considering the directions issued by this Court in various cases as noticed above, and in the facts and circumstances of this case, it is directed that the respondents shall pay 85% of the grant-in-aid due to the petitioner within a period of 4 months after clearance of objections by the petitioner.

So far as balance 15% of the amount of grant-in-aid due is concerned, the petitioner may submit separate representation to the respondents.

Petition is allowed in the above terms.

(AJAI LAMBA)
JUDGE

Ashutosh versus SD College Barnala

STATE INFORMATION COMMISSION, PUNJAB
SCO No. 32-33-34, Sector -17-C, CHANDIGARH

Sh. Ashutosh,
H.No.3179, Sec-38-D,
Chandigarh.

…………………………….Complainant

Vs.

Public Information Officer
O/o. President,
S.D College, Barnala.
……………………………..Respondent

CC No. 1534 of 2008

Present:
(i) None is present on behalf of the Complainant
(ii) Sh. Munish Geol, Clerk on behalf of the Respondent
ORDER

Heard

2. Respondent states that all the information as demanded by the Complainant stands supplied to him. Respondent further states that the information asked for by the Complainant was not clear and after seeking clarification from the Complainant information was supplied to him and the delay in supplying the information was due to the non cooperation on the part of Complainant
3. Disposed of. Copies of the order be sent to both the parties.

Sd/-
(Kulbir Singh)
State Information Commissioner
Dated: 16th January, 2009

Ashutosh versus SD College Barnala

STATE INFORMATION COMMISSION, PUNJAB
SCO No. 32-33-34, Sector -17-C, CHANDIGARH
(www.infocommpunjab.com) PH : 0172-4630054

Sh. Ashutosh,
H.No.3179, Sec-38-D,
CHD.
…………………………….Complainant

Vs.

Public Information Officer
O/o. President,
S.D College, Barnala.

……………………………..Respondent


CC No. 1534 of 2008

Present:
(i) Sh. Ashutosh, the Complainant
(ii) Sh. Munish Goyal, Clerk on behalf of the Respondent

ORDER

Heard.

2. Complainant states that the information regarding deduction from final payment has still not been provided to him. Respondent states that the information demanded by the Complainant was not clear and as clarified, now details of deduction sought for will be provided within a week. Respondent is directed to give the precise information regarding any expenses/deduction made from the Contributory Provident Fund/final payment.
3. Adjourned to 16.01.09 (12.00 PM) for further proceedings. Copies of the order be sent to the parties



Sd/-
(Kulbir Singh)
State Information Commissioner
Dated: 4th December, 2008

sh Ashutosh versus SD College Barnala

STATE INFORMATION COMMISSION, PUNJAB
SCO No. 32-33-34, Sector -17-C, CHANDIGARH
(www.infocommpunjab.com) PH : 0172-4630054

Sh. Ashutosh,
H.No.3179, Sec-38-D,
Chandigarh.
…………………………….Complainant

Vs.

Public Information Officer
O/o President SD College,
Barnala.
……………………………..Respondent

CC No. 1534 of 2008

Present:
(i) Sh. Amit Sharma. Adovate alongwith Sh. Ashutosh, the Complainant
(ii) Sh. M.L.Bansal, Principal, O/o President SD College, Barnala on behalf of the Respondent

ORDER

Heard.

2. Complainant states that the information supplied to him is not authenticated. Respondent has agreed to supply the authenticated copy today itself. Complainant has not pointed out any deficiencies so far. He is again advised to point out the deficiencies, if any, within week to the Respondent and Respondent will give the information as asked for before the next date of hearing.

4. Adjourned to 04.12.08 (12.00 PM) for further proceedings. Copies of the order be sent to the parties
Sd/-
(Kulbir Singh)
State Information Commissioner
Dated: 31st October 2008

Sh Ashutosh versus SD College Barnala

STATE INFORMATION COMMISSION, PUNJAB
SCO No. 32-33-34, Sector -17-C, CHANDIGARH
(www.infocommpunjab.com) PH : 0172-4630054

Sh. Ashutosh,
H.No.3179, Sec-38-D,
Chandigarh.
…………………………….Complainant

Vs.
Public Information Officer
O/o President SD College,
Barnala.
……………………………..Respondent

CC No. 1534 of 2008

Present:
(i) Sh. Ashutosh, Complainant
(ii) Dr. M.L. Bansal, Principal, SD College, Barnala on behalf of the Respondent

ORDER

Heard.

2. Complainant states that the following remaining information should be provided to him:
(i) Details of contributory provident fund showing year wise deduction and interest earned during the year.
(ii) The arrears including the non payment of first annual increment (2001-02), arrears of DA merger and arrears of Senior Scale.
3. Respondent has agreed that the required information will be given to the Complainant within one week.
4. Adjourned to 31.10.08 (2.00 PM) for further proceedings. Copies of the order be sent to the parties.

Sd/-
(Kulbir Singh)
State Information Commissioner
Dated: 19th September, 2008

Kot Chappas man of steel

Meet the steel man, Harpal Binda, who has so far eaten well over 1,900 steel glasses and is still wants more. A 26- year- old resident of Kot Chappa village located in Barnala district, Binda has been eating steel glasses for the past six years and can be seen frequenting rural sports festivals.

What actually started as a hobby is now main source of bread and butter. A son of the daily wager, Binda has a huge responsibility on his shoulder as he is married and a father of three children.

A graduate from SD College, Barnala, he was forced to make earning out of his hobby as he was unemployed. “Despite, being a graduate I am jobless. Except, my family I have look after two younger brothers and mentally-challenged sister. By performing this feat in rural festivals I earn good money which enables me to look after my family,” Binda said.

He rued that perhaps he too could not have suffered from financial constraints had he been enjoying the luxuries like his friends, most of whom are in the police job.

He gives credit to his spiritual guru, Sant Baba Sarwan Das, for successfully performing the daredevil feat.


BALBIR SINGH Versus PB STATE Criminal Revision 21 of 1995

IN THE HIGH COURT OF PUNJAB AND HARYANA AT CHANDIGARH


Date of decision : August 01, 2007

Balbir Singh ... Petitioner
versus
State of Punjab ... Respondent

Coram:
Hon'ble Mr. Justice A.N. Jindal.

Present:
Ms. Priya Gupta, Advocate as Amicus Curiae for the petitioner.
Mr. Anter Singh Brar, DAG, Punjab for the respondent.

A.N. Jindal, J
Accused-petitioner Balbir Singh (hereinafter referred to as 'the petitioner') a truck driver was put to dock for driving his truck bearing No.CHW-793 rashly and negligently and striking the same in the car which resulted into the death of Achhru Ram and injuries to Sanjiv Kumar and Amrish Kumar. Consequently, he was convicted vide judgment dated 3.12.1993 by the learned Judicial Magistrate Ist Class, Sangrur and sentenced to undergo rigorous imprisonment for 9 months and to pay fine of Rs.300/- under Section 304-A IPC.

The appeal was also dismissed by the learned Additional Sessions Judge, Sangrur vide its judgment dated 8.12.1994.

The factual matrix of the case is that Amrish Kumar son of Ved Parkash, got his statement recorded that he was Lecturer in S.D. College, Barnala and was travelling with his brother Sanjiv Kumar in maruti car No. 2 PAS 8191 driven by Achhru Ram son of Bir Singh towards Chandigarh.

When they reached near village Chohanke Kotha, the petitioner while driving truck No.CHW-793 rashly and negligently came from the opposite
side and struck against their car, as a result of which Achhru Ram died and Sanjiv Kumar and Amrish Kumar suffered injuries. Resultantly, a case was registered against the petitioner.

Consequently, the petitioner was charged under Section 304-A IPC, to which he pleaded not guilty and claimed trial.

During trial, the prosecution examined Dr. Parbhat Kumar, Medical Officer (PW1), who conducted autopsy on the dead body of Achhru Ram and found 10 injuries on his person which were sufficient to cause death in the ordinary course of nature. The injuries were found to be the result of motor vehicular accident. Mithu Singh (PW2) proved the recovery of the truck and the documents which were taken into possession by the police from the spot. He also stated that maruti car along with its documents was also taken into possession. Amrish Kumar (PW5) is the eye witness of the occurrence. He has described the verbatim scene of the occurrence and his testimony stands corroborated by Sanjiv Kumar (PW6) injured-eye witness. Both of them are consistent with regard to time, place and the manner in which the occurrence took place. It has also been duly explained by the witnesses that name of the accused was wrongly mentioned in the FIR as the petitioner had misrepresented himself. However, the witnesses have duly identified the petitioner in the Court as the person driving the truck at the time of occurrence. The witnesses had the opportunity to see the petitioner and to talk to him as he stayed at the place of occurrence for sufficient time i.e. about 15 minutes, therefore, the case 3 cannot be said to be of doubtful identity.

The evidence of the eye witnesses stand supported by the medical evidence.

To the contrary, the petitioner had nothing to say in defence and he has not set up any specific plea to prove his innocence.

Consequently, finding no legal infirmity in the impugned judgment of conviction, as recorded by both the Courts below, I do not deem it appropriate to interfere with the same.

As regards quantum of sentence, the petitioner while throwing the traffic norms to the winds took the life of a young boy, which could be averted by him if he had taken some precautions, therefore, to award lessor sentence then that has been awarded by the trial Court would be travesty of justice.

Consequently finding no such irregularity, illegality much less any legal infirmity in the impugned judgment, this revision petition being unmerited is hereby dismissed.

Ms. Priya Gupta, Advocate Amicus Curiae may claim remuneration from the State as per rules.

(A.N. Jindal)
Judge

Students protest assault on leader

Members of the Punjab Radical Students Union (PRSU) held a rally here yesterday to lodge their protest against the assault on the president of the state unit, Mr Sanjeev Mintoo, by Himmatpura transporters.

PRSU state secretary Sukhwinder Singh addressed the rally held at S.D.College Barnala.

Addressing the rallyists, state secretary Sukhwinder Singh alleged private transporters in connivance with the local police wanted to suspend the free bus pass facility for students.

Local unit president Navkiran alleged that Himmatpura Transport was owned by Mr Ajaib Singh who was a head munshi at the local police station.

Meanwhile, the Bharti Kisan Union (Sidhpur) has strongly condemned the assault on the PRSU leader. The Democratic Teachers Front and the Democratic Employees Front have also lent their support to the students and have demanded action against those responsible for the assault on Mintoo.



College teachers keep away from classes

Private college teachers in Sangrur district today stayed away from their classes in the third, fourth and fifth periods and observed February 5 as “Anti-Punjab Finance Department Day” in response to a call given by the Punjab and Chandigarh College Teachers Union (PCCTU).

Giving this information this afternoon, Prof R.K. Sharma, president of the district unit of the PCCTU, said the PCCTU’s call to observe February 5 as “Anti-Punjab Finance Department Day” in private colleges of the district evoked an encouraging response.

Teachers kept away from classes in S.D. College, Barnala, R.D. Jain College for Women, Malerkotla, Khalsa College, Sandaur, GTB College, Bhawanigarh, Guru Gobind Singh College, Sanghera, Desh Bhagat College, Bardwal (Dhuri), and Akal Degree College, Mastuana.

The teachers staged protest dharnas and organised rallies at college campuses to express resentment against the “negative” attitude of the Punjab Finance Department.



PF paid to retired staff, clarifies college management

Reacting to a news-item published in these columns regarding the non-release of provident fund to five retired professors of S.D. College, Barnala, the managing committee has clarified that the entire amount has already been paid to the teachers concerned.

In a communique, management committee president Mohinder Kumar Bansal has also claimed that an attempt has been made to tarnish the image of the college and its governing body. He has also described as baseless the allegations levelled in the news report.

The report, “PF not released even after 12 years of retirement”, published on December 10 last year, had mentioned that five professors were awaiting the release of provident fund.

Giving details of the cases, Mr Bansal has asserted that the payment was made to the teachers through cheques. He has added that “huge amounts had to be deposited by the college with the Provident Fund Commissioner for complying with his orders. The matter was pending in the court regarding the said deposit.



College rally against drug addiction

Hundreds of NSS volunteers of SD College, Barnala, today took out a rally against female foeticide and drug-addiction to mark the tercentenary of the martyrdom of Sahibjadas and Mata Gujri.

The NSS volunteers started this rally from the college and passed through College Road, Sadar Bazar and Handiaya Bazar. Prof Shoab Zafar, Prof Gurkirpal Singh Sidhu, Dr Rajesh Gupta, Prof Anchala Rupal, Prof Bahadur Singh, and Prof Rajan Garg, and college teachers also took part in the rally along with their respective NSS units.



Students burn effigy of minister

The Joint Students Front, comprising seven organisations, including the Punjab Radical Students Union (PRSU) and the Students Federation of India (SFI), today burnt the effigy of Punjab Transport Minister Mohinder Singh Kaypee at the main gate of the local Government Ranbir College in protest against the government’s “soft attitude” towards the private bus operators.

The students also observed a strike in the college and held a rally. They alleged the private bus operators illtreated students with bus passes. They also took out a protest from the college to the traffic light chowk near the main bus stand and blocked traffic there for about 10 minutes.

Gursewak Singh, college unit president of the PRSU, said the students would not allow any one to “snatch” the bus-pass facility from them. The students would also not tolerate the rude behaviour of bus operators. He said if the government did not withdraw the cases registered against students, the agitation would be intensified.

BARNALA: Students of Guru Gobind Singh College, Sanghera, Government ITI and SD College, burnt the effigies of Mr Mohinder Singh Kay Pee, Transport Minister in front of their college today and observed strike to protest against the maltreatment given to the college students travelling in private buses by the transporters.

Addressing the demonstration, Harbans Sonu, state executive member of the Punjab Radical Students Union (PRSU), and Jaswant Jassa, president, PRSU, SD College, Barnala, alleged that private transporters were indulging in goondaism and forcing students to buy tickets. They alleged that even the police was siding with private transporters.



Teachers: implement Johl panel report

The district unit of the Punjab and Chandigarh College Teachers Union (PCCTU) yesterday asked the Punjab Government to implement the Johl Committee’s recommendations, relating to higher education, in letter and spirit, immediately. The Johl Committee’s recommendations, include 100 per cent funding of salary of the teaching as well as non-teaching staff of the private colleges.

A resolution to this effect was adopted at a meeting of the district PCCTU unit, held under the presidentship of Prof. P.K. Sharma, president of the district unit, at S.D. College, Barnala.

Giving details of the meeting Professor Sharma said the meeting was of the view that the Johl Committee’s recommendations, regarding higher education, were pro-private colleges’ teaching community so these must be implemented at the earliest.


Heart check up camp at Barnala

The Umeed Khanna Foundation is holding a free heart checkup camp in SD College, Barnala, on October 19. This is the third such camp being organised by Umeed, which has been serving the people of the district. Heart checkup camps is an annual feature of Umeed. The earlier two camps were held in September, 2001, and November, 2002, at Sangrur in which 450 and 350 patients were examined, respectively.

For the first time this camp is being organised at Barnala. A team of top heart specialists from Escorts Heart Institute and Research Centre, Delhi, will use the most modern techniques to check more than 300 patients free of cost.

“There is a continuous increase in the number of people afflicted with heart ailments in all strata of society” said Mr Arvind Khanna, Chairman of the Foundation and philanthropist, who is also the MLA from Sangrur. He added that due to the excessive cost the poor cannot even get themselves checked and that is why these camps are most beneficial for the underprivileged people.

At present Umeed is covering around 250 villages under its free primary health scheme “Health at Doorstep” and is providing free medicines to around 2500 patients every day through its mobile dispensaries at pre-defined villages. In addition to this the social wing of Umeed under its “self-help group” popularly known as Umeed mahila Manch has got more than 2500 members in its 166 groups being run at Dirba, Barnala and Sangrur. Umeed is also running four stitching centres free of cost — two at Sangrur and two at Bhiwanigarh block.



Sangrur Zone Youth Fest results

The four-day long Punjabi University Sangrur Zone Youth Festival concluded at the local S.D.College on Saturday evening in which about 1,000 student participants belonging to various colleges of Sangrur Zone competed in 20 categories.

On the conclusion of the festival, S.D. College Barnala, Government College, Malerkotla and Lal Bahadur Shastri Arya Mahila College, Barnala secured first, second and third positions respectively in this Youth Festival.

The results of this Youth Festival in detail are as follows. Dances (Gidha: Recommended-Government College, Malerkotla. Commended-Lal Bahadur Shastri Arya Mahila College, Barnala and Government Ranbir College, Sangrur.

Bhangra: Recommended-S.D. College, Barnala. Commended-Government College, Malerkotla and Government College, Sangrur.

Classical Dance: Recommended-Government College, Sangrur. Commended-Government Ripudaman College, Nabha and Arya Mahila College, Barnala).

Literary Items (Debate: Recommended-Miss Ratneshwari Bhardwaj Arya Mahila Barnala, and Miss Sandeepinder Kaur Akal Degree College for Girls Sangrur, Commended-Gagandeep and Harjot.

Poetical Recitation: Recommended-Jaspreet Kaur Government College, Sangrur and Karan Kant Uppal Government College, Malerkotla.

Quiz: Recommended-Akal Degree College, Mastuana and Government College, Sangrur, Commended-S.D. Barnala and A.D. Girls Sangrur.

Elocution: Recommended-Krishan Kant Uppal Government College, Malerkotla and Indu Sharma, S.D. Barnala.

Music Items (Classical Vocal) Recommended-Mr Neeraj Sharma. Commended-Miss Alka Government College, Sangrur.

Classical Instrument Percussion: Recommended-Nazir Mohammad Government College, Malerkotla and Commended-Nitin Sharma S.D. College, Barnala.

Classical Instrument, Non-Percussion: Recommended-Shailja S.D. College, Barnala and commended-Soni Singh, Government College, Sangrur.

Orchestra: Recommended-S.D. College Barnala, and Commended-Government College, Malerkotla and Arya Mahila College, Barnala.

Group Song: Recommended-Government College, Malerkotla, Commended-S.D. College, Barnala and Arya Mahila Barnala.

Group Shabad: Recommended-S.D. College, Barnala. Commended-A.D. Girls College, Sangrur.

Geet Gazal: Recommended-Jaspreet Kaur, A.D. Girls College, Sangrur, Commended-Harjit Kaur Akal Degree College, Mastuana.

Folk Song: Recommended- Kulwinder Singh S.D. College Barnala, Commended- Gurwinder Singh and Amitinder Singh, Gayan Vaar: Recommended- Government College, Malerkotla, Commended-S.D. College Barnala and Government Ripudaman Nabha.

Theatre Art (One Act Play) Recommended-Desh Bhagat College, Bardwal and Commended-S.D. College Barnala, Histrionics: Recommended-Government College, Sangrur, Commended-Arya Mahila College Barnala.

Costume Parade fancy dress: Recommended-Shanti Tara College, Ahmedgarh. Commended-Government College, Malerkotla.

Costume Parade traditional punjabi: Recommended- Akal Degree College, Mastuana, Commended-Government Kirti College, Nial Patran.

Mimicry: Recommended-Government College, Malerkotla. Commended-S.D. College, Barnala.

Group Skit: Recommended-Government Ripudaman Nabha, Commended- Arya Mahila Barnala and AD Girls Sangrur.

Group Mime: Recommended-Government College, Malerkotla, Commended-Arya Mahila Barnala and Government College, Sangrur.

Fine Arts (Poster Making) Recommended-Miss Amandeep and Harpreet Arya Mahila College, Barnala, Commended-Navdeep Singh S.D. College Barnala.

On the Spot Painting: Recommended-Gurpreet Singh D.B. Bardwal and Mohammad Iqbal Government College, Malerkotla, Commended-Buta Singh Government Ripudaman Nabha.

Cartooning: Recommended-Namita Arora Government Ripudaman Nabha and Pooja Arya Mahila Barnala, Commended-Chetan and Rishav S.D. College Barnala, Collage: Recommended-Shabana Khan, S.D. College, Barnala and Satwant Singh, Government College, Malerkotla, Commended-Vishvjot Government College, Sangrur, Rangoli: Recommended-Anita, Arya Mahila, Barnala and Ramandeep AD Girls College Sangrur, Commended-Geetu, S.D. College, Barnala and Pooja.

R.D. Jain College for Women, Malerkotla. Clay Modelling: Recommended-Gurpreet Kaur and Kamalpreet Kaur, Arya Mahila Barnala and Commended-Mohammad Javed, Government College, Malerkotla).




District unit of PCCTU elected

Prof P.K. Sharma of Guru Gobind Singh College, Sanghera (Barnala) was elected president of the district unit of the Punjab and Chandigarh College Teachers’ Union (PCCTU) for 2002-2003 at the annual election meeting held at Sandaur near Malerkotla yesterday.

Prof J.P. Garg of S.D. College, Barnala, was elected district secretary of the union.

The district council was constituted by the newly elected president in consultation with other PCCTU activists.

Members of the district council are Prof Iqbal Singh, SD College, Barnala; Prof Parminder Singh Bawa, GGS College, Sanghera; Prof Malkeet Singh, Khalsa College, Sandaur; Dr Amarjit Kaur, Arya Mahila College, Barnala; Mrs Kanwaljit Kaur, RD Jain College for Girls, Malerkotla; Prof Bharpur Singh, Akal Degree College, Mastuana; Prof Baljit Singh, Desh Bhagat College, Bardwal (Dhuri); Prof G.S. Randhawa, Guru Teg Bahadur College, Bhawanigarh, and Mrs Hardarshan Kaur, Akal Degree College for Women, Sangrur.



Barnala college is youth fest champ

In the Sangrur Zone Youth Festival of Punjabi University Patiala, which concluded here today at Government Ripuduman College, S.D. College, Barnala won the championship trophy. While Government Ranbir College, Sangrur bagged the runners-up trophy, Government Ripuduman College got the third position.

Following are the results of the festival:

Giddha: Government Ripuduman College Nabha (recommended); Government Ranbir College Sangrur; and S.D. College, Barnala (commended).

Bhangra: Government Ripuduman College, Nabha (recommended); Guru Gobind Singh Khalsa College, Sanghera; and Government College, Malerkotla (commended).

Classical dance: Government Ranbir College, Sangrur (recommended); LBSA Mahila College, Barnala (commended).

Classical instrument (percussion): S.D. College, Barnala (recommended): Government Ripuduman College, Nabha (commended).

Classical instrument (non-percussion): S.D. College, Barnala (recommended); Government Ripuduman College, Nabha; and Government Ranbir College, Sangrur (commended).

Classical vocal: S.D. College, Barnala (recommended).

Orchestra: S.D. College, Barnala (recommended); Government College, Malerkotla, LBSA Mahila College, Barnala, and Government Ranbir College, Sangrur (commended).

Group skit: Government Ranbir College, Sangrur (recommended); Akal Degree College for Women, Sangrur; Government College, Malerkotla; S.D. College, Barnala, Government Ripuduman College, Nabha (commended).

Histrionics: Government College, Malerkotla (recommended); Desh Bhagat College, Barhwal; S.D. College, Barnala, Government Ripuduman College, Nabha; Government Ranbir College, Sangrur (commended).

Group song: Govt College Malerkotla (recommended); S.D. College, Barnala and LBSA Mahila College, Barnala (commended).

Mimicry: Government Ripuduman College, Nabha (recommended); Government College Malerkotla; S.D. College, Barnala; LBSA Mahila College, Barnala; and Government Ranbir College, Sangrur (commended).

Geet ghazal: S.D. College Barnala (recommended); Desh Bhagat College, Barhwal; Government Ripuduman College, Nabha; and Government Ranbir College, Sangrur (commended).

Folk songs: Government College, Malerkotla (recommended); Desh Bhagat College, Barhwal; Government Ripuduman College, Nabha and Government Ranbir College, Sangrur (commended).

Vaar gayan: S.D. College, Barnala (recommended); Akal Degree College, Mastuana; Government Ripuduman College, Nabha; and Shanti Tara College, Ahemadgarh (commended).

Shabad/Bhajan: S.D. College, Barnala (recommended); Government College, Malerkotla and Government Ranbir College, Sangrur (commended).

Debate: LBSA Mahila College, Barnala and Government Ranbir College, Sangrur (recommended); LBSA Mahila College, Barnala; Government Ranbir College, Sangrur; Government Ripuduman College, Nabha; Akal Degree College for Women, Sangrur; and Shanti Tara College, Ahemadgarh (commended).

Poetry recitation: Government Ranbir College, Sangrur and Akal Degree College, Mastuana (recommended); Desh Bhagat College, Barhwal; Government College, Malerkotla, S.D. College, Barnala, Government Ripuduman College, Nabha; and LBSA Mahila College, Barnala (commended).

Elocution: S.D. College, Barnala and Government Ranbir College, Sangrur (recommended); S.D. College, Barnala, Government Ripuduman College, Nabha; Desh Bhagat College, Barhwal; Government College, Malerkotla; LBSA Mahila College, Barnala (recommended).

Costume (traditional): Government Ranbir College, Sangrur (recommended); Desh Bhagat College, Barhwal; S.D. College, Barnala; and LBSA Mahila College, Barnala (commended).

Fancy dress: LBSA Mahila College, Barnala (recommended); Government College, Malerkotla; Government College, Sunam, Government Ripuduman College, Nabha (commended).

On the spot painting: Government College, Malerkotla; Government Ripuduman College, (recommended); S.D. College, Barnala; and LBSA College, Barnala (commended).

Collage making: S.D. College, Barnala and Government Ripuduman College, Nabha (recommended); Government College, Malerkotla; S.D. College, Barnala; and Government Ranbir College, Sangrur (commended).

Poster making: LBSA Mahila College, Barnala (recommended); Government College, Malerkotla and Government Ranbir College, Sangrur (commended).

Clay modeling: LBSA Mahila College, Barnala; and Government Ranbir College, Sangrur (recommended); and S.D. College, Barnala (commended).

Cartoon making: Government Ranbir College, Sangrur and Government Ripuduman College, Nabha (recommended); Government College, Malerkotla; S.D. College, Barnala; and Government Ranbir College, Sangrur (commended).

Rangoli: Government Ripuduman College, Nabha and LBSA Mahila College, Barnala (recommended); Akal Degree College, Mastuana; S.D. College, Barnala and Government College, Sunam (commended).

One-act play: Government Ripuduman College, Nabha (recommended); Government College, Malerkotla; and S.D. College, Barnala (commended).

Group mime: LBSA Mahila College, Barnala (recommended); Government Ripuduman College, Nabha; Government College, Malerkotla; S.D. College, Barnala (commended).


Some historical background of S.D.College, Barnala

It was started by the Sanatan Dharm Sabha, Barnala, in May 1956. The college, besides imparting instruction up to Three-Year Degree Course (Arts and Science), also Provided training under the National Cadet Corps and National Service Scheme. It is compulsory for Pre-University and Three-Year Degree Course Part I students to take one of these subjects. The college encourage the students to take healthy interest in games and sports. A few culture and literary societies and associations are functioning the college. It has laboratories, a library with a book and a reference section and an auditorium. It also publishes its magazine ‘Stream’ annually.

The students of this college are eligible for the award of all types of University, Government and other scholarships.

The number of students on the rolls of the college, during 1977-78, was 1,112.

Minutes of Meeting dated 01.02.2004 of S.D.College Managing Committee

An urgent meeting of S.D.College Educational Society / Managing Committee, S.D.College, Barnala was held on 01.02.2004 at 11.00 a.m. under the Presidentship of Sh.Mohinder Kumar Bansal, President of the Society, in the office of the Principal, S.D.College, Barnala to discuss the following agenda :

1. To discuss the matter regarding starting a Senior Secondary School;
2. Any other item with the permission of the Chair.

Following members were present :
1. Sh Mohinder Kumar Bansal President
2. Dr Aneesh Parkash Vice President
3. Sh Jatinder Nath Sharma Gen. Secretary
4. Dr Bhushan Bansal Member
5. Dr Vidya Sagar Member
6. Sh Hari Chand Garg Member
7. Sh Naresh Kumar Singla Member
8. Sh Pirthi Chand Member
9. Sh Raj Kumar Member

The quorum was complete.

It was brought to the notice of the House that the Punjab Government has decided to shift +1 and +2 classes to schools and that Punjab School Education Board has decided to allow the existing colleges to continue +1, +2 classes in the existing building and labs, if any such college is willing to start a school. The matter was discussed at length and it was unanimously resolved that a school named “ Dr. Raghubir Parkash S.D. Senior Secondary School Barnala” be started having classes from IX standard to +2 classes in Humanities, Science and Commerce streams and it was decided to apply for proper affiliation with Punjab School Education Board for the said school starting from Session 2004-05. She Megh Raj Garg, the Principal, was authorised to do the needful in this regard on behalf of the Society.

No other item was taken up for discussion. The House adjourned after passing a vote of thanks to the Chair.

M.K.Bansal
President
S.D.College Educational Society
BARNALA

Jatinder N. Sharma
General Secretary
S.D.College Educational Society
BARNALA


3 colleges sans regular principals

Barnala, November 1, 2004
Three colleges in Barnala - Guru Gobind Singh College, SD College and Lal Bahadur Shastri Arya Mahila College - have been working without regular principals for the past many months.

The managing committees of the colleges have been delaying the appointments of regular principals on one pretext or the other. College teachers and educationists believe that such a situation is best suited to the managing committees as officiating principals are by and large pliable and soft in running the college administration.

Guru Gobind Singh College, Sanghera, and SD College have been working without regular principals for the past 18 months and 12 months, respectively. At Lal Bahadur Shastri Arya Mahila College, the post has been lying vacant for the past four months.



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