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Baba Farid College Deon, Bathinda, Punjab
Baba Farid College Deon, Bathinda, Punjab
Bathinda (District Bathinda (Bhatinda))
Baba Farid College Deon, Bathinda Punjab is a recognised institute / college. Baba Farid College Deon, Bathinda Punjab is managed by Society: Baba Farid Social Welfare Association (Baba Farid Vidyak Society). Baba Farid College Deon, Bathinda Punjab was established on / in 2006.
Principal of Baba Farid College Deon, Bathinda Punjab is Dr SK Gupta (Adhoc), Mr Pardeep Kaura, Baljit Kaur.
Baba Farid College Deon, Bathinda Punjab is situated in Bathinda of Punjab state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Bathinda comes under Bathinda Tehsil, Bathinda (Bhatinda) District.
Fax # of Baba Farid College Deon, Bathinda Punjab is 0164-2786031, 2786020.
Contact Person(s) of the Baba Farid College Deon, Bathinda Punjab is (are): Dr. W S Brar 0164-2786021, 9501115201.
Mobile No(s) of concerned persons at Baba Farid College Deon, Bathinda Punjab are 98760-22136, 98726-07311, 95011-15276, 9501115112.
email ID(s) is
Website of Baba Farid College Deon, Bathinda Punjab is www.bfcbti.com.
Chairman : Gurmeet Singh Dhaliwal.
Contact Details of Baba Farid College Deon, Bathinda Punjab are : Telephone: +91-164-3291349, 2786000, 2786050, 2786000
Only private college affiliated to Punjabi University, Patiala offering BSc (Agriculture)
Dr Pardeep Kaura, Dy Director (Academic) 9501115200
Other colleges of Baba Farid Group of Institutions, Bathinda
Baba Farid College of Education Deon, Bathinda
Baba Farid Institute of Computer Science and Information Technology, Barnala
Baba Farid College of Engineering and Technology BFCET Deon, Bathinda
Baba Farid College of Management and Technology (BFIMT) Deon, Bathinda
Baba Farid Institute of Higher and Foreign Studies, Bathinda (Bhatinda)
B.Sc. Agri. after 10+2 (4 Year Programme)
B.Sc. Agri. after 10th (6 Years Programme)
B.Sc. Computer Science
B.Sc. Medical, B.Sc. Non-Medical,
B.Sc. (Computer, Statistics, Mathematics),
BA and M.Sc. Math, M.Sc. Physics, M.Sc. Chemistry, M.Sc. Geography,
M.Sc. IT, M.Sc. IT (Lateral Entry),
M.Sc. (Applied Mathematics and Computing),
M.A Political Science,
Baba Farid College Deon, Bathinda Punjab runs course(s) in Degree, Computer Applications stream(s).
Baba Farid College Deon is affiliated with Punjabi University, Patiala (Punjab)
Profile of Baba Farid College DeonThroughout its excellent performance since its establishment Baba Farid Institute has dedicated year 2009 to social welfare for this the Institute has set up Baba Farid Institute Social Welfare Association and Baba Farid Blood Donor Squad. The motive of association is too aware the people regarding social evils like environment pollution, drug addiction, female feticide dowry unemployment etc. The peculiarity of the association is that it is not only assisting the people for identifying the roots of the problems rather in identifying the solutions of such problems. Similarly the squad has been established with the motive to meet out the requirement of blood within 50 Kms. of the Institute. The association is functioning on two fronts, one at the Institute level and other in the field. The Institute is organizing in-campus seminars / conferences e.g. conferences on environment preservation, Seminars on Global Economic and Environmental Crisis, Sahit de smajik Sarokar, Mental Stress and Drug Addiction: Role of Society, Recent Trends in Agriculture. Prominent personalities e.g. S.Sukhbir Singh Badal (Deputy CM, Punjab), Dr Inderjit Kaur (President Pingalwara, Amritsar), Dr S.S. Gill (VC, Baba Farid University of Health Sciences, Faridkot), Dr Jairoop Singh (VC, Central University of Punjab, Bathinda), Dr Pritam Singh ( Director, PG Programs, Oxford Brookes University, UK), Dr S.P.Singh ( Former VC, Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar), Dr Mahip Singh, Dr Davinder Singh, Dr M.S. Kang (VC, Punjab Agriculture University, Ludhiana), Dr S.S. Gosal (Addl. Director Research, PAU, Ludhiana), Prof. Lakshmikanta Chawla ( Cabinet Minister, Health and Family Welfare, Pb.) Dr Surjit Singh Dhillon (Renowned environmentalist) have honored the institute by attending different Seminars and Conferences. Besides different issues will be the base of forthcoming events. Not only this, the institute is also celebrating functions like lohri as lohri of Daughters, International Women Day and Martyr Day of Shaheed Bhagat Singh. Bibi Harsimrat Kaur Badal, Gursharan Bhaji ( Renowned Dramatist), Dr Dlip Kaur Tiwana ( Famous Novelist), Mr Atma Ram ( A Well Known Social reformer) have graced different occasions.
The students of the institute are not only given the theoretical Wisdom rather they are brough in the field to inculcate sense of work culture and fraternity among them. For this the association organizes camps in different institutions under the banner of Social Welfare Campaign . In these camps the students perform different activities e.g. cleanliness of the campus, plantation etc. After work session, our students along with the students and staff of the parent institution are motivated by the management officials regarding the social evils. On 5th June,09, (World Environment Day ), Baba Farid Institute Social Welfare Association organized Chetna March from Bathinda bus stand to hanuman chowk through mehna chowk, dhobi bazaar and mall road. The purpose of chetna march was to aware the people regarding crucial issue of environmental protection and to associate them so that they become able to struggle against social issues on their own behalf without relying upon others.
About - Baba Farid College
Baba Farid College is one of the pioneer Institutes of the Malwa Region which has carved a niche for itself in a very short time since its inception in 2005. The college is managed by Baba Farid Vidyak Society which was founded in 1993 under the visionary patronage of prominent and illustrious educationists. The society aims at spreading quality education at affordable fee along with preparing young minds to face the competitive world on all fronts with courage, conviction and confidence.
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Media coverage of Baba Farid College Deon, Bathinda Punjab, Punjab
Baba Farid Institute to start engg, management collegesThe Baba Farid Institute of Foreign Sciences and Higher Learning has decided to open an engineering and management college from the current academic session with the ‘best facilities, comparable with any reputed college in the region’.
To start with, the institute would start courses in computer sciences, electronics and communication, information and technology and civil engineering with 60 seats in each discipline.
The management college would run courses in human resource development, marketing, finance and international business with 60 seats each to start with.
General secretary and administrator of the institute, Gurmeet Singh Dhariwal, told media persons that the engineering and management college is approved by the AICTE and notified by the Punjab government and admissions would be made through an entrance test for engineering courses, while the entrance test pattern of Amity would be followed for admissions to the management college.
All classrooms, laboratories, library and other buildings would be air-conditioned and best faculty would be invited, irrespective of cost, Dhillon said, adding that the twin colleges would be first in the Malwa region, equipped with such unique facilities.
Further, every hostel student would be given a cubical room with attached bathroom and healthy environment, conducive for academic pursuits, he added. He said that students excelling in academics and sports at the national level, brilliant students obtaining over 90 per cent marks in qualifying examination, and outstanding students from poor families, would be given free education.
City students shine in Punjabi University examsJaswinder Kumar of Baba Farid College topped B.Sc (Agriculture) part-II examination while Smriti Middha secured second position in B.Sc part-III (Bio-technology). Smriti who got fourth position in Part-II examination last year performed excellently this time and beat her rivals.
With this the Baba Farid Institute of Higher and Foreign Studies and Baba Farid College achieved yet another milestone with two of its students topping in Punjabi University examinations this year, said Principal of the Institute, K.D Sharma. and The institute got 100 per cent results in B.Sc (non-medical) and Biotechnology examinations, he added.
He congratulated the students for bringing laurels and said that both the toppers would be suitably honoured. He said that 30 students from the Institute cleared the AIEEE, CET and other entrance tests also this year, which was a great achievement. Moreover Harpreet Singh a student of the institute got through the IIT. The Institute would continue to aspire and work for further excellence, he added.
Gurmeet Singh Dhaliwal, director of the institute informed that fees would be remitted of the students who score over 80 per cent in the engineering, management and computer Science College.
Bathinda boys excel againTwo students from Bathinda have excelled in Punjab School Board Class XII examination securing 21st and 94th positions in the state.
Kiratpreet Singh of local SSD Senior Secondary School was placed 21st in the merit securing 90 per cent marks while Harpreet Singh of Baba Farid Institute got 94th position with 86 per cent.
Kiratpreet who wants to become a doctor worked hard to earn the rank and used to study for ten hours. His mother said besides interest in cricket, Kiratpreet is district level table-tennis player and fond of dance and music.
Harpreet took the examination in a stride and was not unduly concerned about his rank. Obsessed with cricket, Harpreet is fully enjoying the IPL matches but missed the final as he along with his parents, was invited by the staff and Management of Baba Farid Institute.
He said that mock tests and sample papers were of great help to him in preparing for the examination.
Interested in creative writing, Harpreet is good at writing essays but he did not have any coaching or tuitions for the examination and prepared with the help of the teachers and self study. Aspiring to be an Engineer, he was confident of getting admission in AIEEE. But Baba Farid Institute has not only offered him a seat in their Institute but also free education for the entire course, said Gurmeet Singh Dhaliwal, MD of the institute.
400 students counselledThe week-long career guidance and counselling camp being organised by the Baba Farid Institute of Higher and Foreign Studies here was organised by P.K.Yadav (IPS) and APS (city), Bathinda. On the inaugural day, as many as 400 students were counselled and their doubts were cleared at the camp.
Yadav appreciated the academic achievements of the institute’s students and urged the need of organising more such camps in the educationally-backward district of the state.
On the occasion, managing director of the institute Gurmeet Singh Dhaliwal advised the students to derive as much benefit as possible from the camp.
Career-consultant Vivek Sahni apprised the students of the developments made at different levels in the corporate sector.
Stringent visa laws just to ensure securityBritish immigration laws and stringent visa restrictions apart, even the Indians settled in the United Kingdom (UK) were averse to more of Indians migrating to the UK, says Dev Sharma, former mayor, London Borough of Redbridge. The ex-mayor was here to deliver a lecture on education at Baba Farid Institute today.
The proposed amendments to make the visa laws more stringent for Asians were yet to be adopted but it was more a fallout of September 11 attack that made the Muslim community a suspect prompting the government to scale down the number of immigrants, the ex-mayor told the TNS in an exclusive interview. The influx of more Asians adds to the struggle of Indians settled in UK and they have become wary, he added.
Sharma observed, “Further, the opening of eight European countries has squeezed the employment opportunities for Indians. However, there is still some scope in information technology, nursing and financial services.”
The ex -mayor did not agree that the Asians were being subjected to racial discrimination in the UK and said that racism was a phenomenon. “I feel more insecure in Mumbai than in London when I hear the utterances of Raj Thackeray against non-Maharsahtrians,” he said.
A versatile personality with varied interests, Sharma is AFBPS, Chartered Psychologist, fellow royal Society of Medicine and Book Review Editor.
Ex-mayor, who came here after nearly five decades was overwhelmed on his visit and said, “You can take an Indian out of India but not India out of an Indian.”
“I am astonished to see the progress and development made by Bathinda, earlier known only for its railway junction and Quila (Fort). I hope that it will be like any other modern town of Punjab in the next 20 years. “Development is a gradual progress and the Malwa region is on the right path,” Sharma said.
Hailing from Ferozepur district, the ex-mayor spoke on a wide range of issues pertaining to NRIs and said that the most of their investments in India were in real estate.
Referring to a large number of people from Punjab going abroad and settling there, he said, “It is a sense of adventure apart from various avenues and money available there that lure Punjabis to migrate.”
Further, it required money to go abroad and people of Punjab had money, he said, adding that historical and social intercourse also motivate people to migrate.
Folk festival begins on musical notePunjabi University has been playing an instrumental role in facilitating quality education to students from rural areas and it has opened nine campuses for them in the recent years, stated its Vice-Chancellor S.S. Boparai while inaugurating a folk festival at Baba Farid Institute of Higher and Foreign Studies here.
He said the university had spread at a rapid pace and now had 140 colleges affiliated to it. It was contributing the maximum in rural areas and its 9 per cent students came from villages as against 3 per cent of GNDU, Amritsar and 4.3 per cent of PAU, Ludhiana.
He said the Knowledge Commission of India had recommended 1,500 universities for the country and taking initiative in this direction, Punjabi university had come out with neighbourhood campuses.
He revealed that the Central Planning Commission had released Rs 10 crore for their rural university campus.
Earlier, Mr Boparai was accorded a warm welcome at the festival with a "phulkari".
The festival took off on a musical note with 30 teams participating in a folk song contest.
The institute s Managing Director, Mr G.S. Dhaliwal, announced Rs 51,000 for the university s work to impart education to rural students.
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