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Mohan Lal Uppal DAV College, Phagwara, Punjab


Mohan Lal Uppal DAV College, Phagwara, Punjab
Address: Plot / Street / Area
P.O. Mehtan, G.T. Road
Phagwara (District Kapurthala)
Punjab, India
Pin Code : 144402

Mohan Lal Uppal DAV College, Phagwara Punjab is a recognised institute / college.
Principal of Mohan Lal Uppal DAV College, Phagwara Punjab is Dr. R.K. Mahajan M: 98143-44854, Mrs. Suman Tandon.

Mohan Lal Uppal DAV College is situated in Phagwara of Punjab state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Fax # of Mohan Lal Uppal DAV College, Phagwara Punjab is 01824-229300.

Residence Phone No(s) of concerned peron(s) of Mohan Lal Uppal DAV College, Phagwara Punjab is (are) : 223261.

Mobile No(s) of concerned persons at Mohan Lal Uppal DAV College, Phagwara Punjab are 81465-28051.

email ID(s) is Mohan Lal Uppal DAV College Phagwara Punjab

Contact Details of Mohan Lal Uppal DAV College, Phagwara Punjab are : Telephone: 01824-229500, 229600, 224524. 292200, 292777, 292778

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Mohan Lal Uppal DAV College, Phagwara Punjab runs course(s) in Degree stream(s).

Approval details: Mohan Lal Uppal DAV College is affiliated with Guru Nanak Dev University (GNDU), Amritsar (Punjab)


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Media coverage of Mohan Lal Uppal DAV College, Phagwara Punjab, Punjab

Apeejay, MLU DAV win

The teams of Apeejay College of Fine Arts Jalandhar, and Mohan Lal Uppal DAV College, Phagwara, have won the Zonal Youth Festival for Men that concluded at Guru Nanak Dev University Regional Campus, Ladhewali, here today.

In the “A” division, Apeejay, DAV College Jalandhar and Lyallpur Khalsa College have stood first, second and third. In “B” division, MLU DAV Phagwara, and MGSM Janta College, Kartarpur, have been declared second and third.

Eventwise results are:

Bhangra: Lyallpur Khalsa College (1), DAV College/ St. Soldier College (2) and APJ College/Guru Nanak College Phagwara (3).

Skit: APJ College (1), MLU DAV College (2), and Doaba College (3).

Mime: MLU DAV College (1), APJ College (2) and DAV College (3).

Histrionics: APJ College (1), St Soldier College (2) and MLU DAV College (3).

One act play: APJ College (1), DAV College/AS Shergill College Mukandpur (2) and Lyallpur Khalsa College (3).

Fancy dress: APJ College (1), MLU DAV College (2) and Lovely Institute of Higher Studies (3).

Geet/ghazal: APJ College (1), MLU DAV College DRV DAV College Phillaur (2) and St Soldier College/AS Shergill College Mukanpur (3).

Collage making: Doaba College (1), Lyallpur Khalsa College (2), and APJ College (3).

Poster making: Lovely Institute of Higher Studies (1), APJ College (2) and DAV College (3).

Cartooning: APJ College (1), DAV College (2) and MLU DAV College (3).

Phulkari : Doaba College (1), APJ College (2), and DAV College (3).

Sketching : APJ College (1), Doaba College (2) and MLU DAV College (3).

Rangoli : APJ College (1), DAV College (2) and Lyallpur Khalsa College (3).

Clay modeling: APJ College (1), DAV College (2) and St Soldier College (3).

Students win laurels for topping in varsity

Students from various colleges of the city have bagged top positions in various examinations conducted by Guru Nanak Dev University. As many as 39 students from Banarasi Dass Arya Girls’ College, Jalandhar Cantonment, have got their names listed in the varsity’s merit list for various graduate and undergraduate courses. These include 19 students of BA, one of BSc, two MA students, one MSc student, five students of PGDCA and 11 students of diploma courses.

Among the top few, Navdeep Kaur of MA (I) has been declared second in the university with 309 marks out of the total of 400.

Meanwhile, Mohit Sharma from Mohan Lal Uppal DAV College, Phagwara, has bagged the fourth rank in MSc (Computer Science) examination conducted by Guru Nanak Dev University this year.

Divya Anand, a student of Hans Raj Mahila Maha Vidyalaya, has topped in BA-I examination conducted by Guru Nanak Dev University this year. She has obtained 664 marks out of a total 800.

Most of the toppers said that the secret of their success was hard work combined with systematic study. They said that there was no shortcut to success. Only hard work with proper planning could bring success, they added.

College honours Surjit Pattar

Noted Punjabi poet Surjit Pattar and popular comedian Balwinder Bicky, better known as Chacha Raunki Ram, were today honoured by the local Mohan Lal Uppal DAV College for their outstanding contribution to the Punjabi language.

Punjab Social Welfare Minister Joginder Singh Mann, who was the chief guest at the college function, presented them a trophy, a shawl and a scroll each. Mrs Promila Uppal, chairperson of the college, Mr Y.D. Jigyasu, Principal, and Mr Vikas Uppal, a senior member of the Managing
Committee, were also present.

Mohan Sapra, a veteran poet, was also felicitated.

Mr Mann also distributed prizes among meritorious students at the first prize distribution function of the college. He also gave a grant of Rs 1 lakh to the college.

Surjit Pattar and several other poets took part in a kavi darbar, which was organised today on the occasion of the first Balwinder Rishi yadgari sanman samaroh by the Navchetna Sahit and Kala Manch, Punjab, and Mohan Lal Uppal DAV College.

The first Balwinder Rishi Memorial Award for ghazal and nazam was presented to Barjinder Chauhan and Bhagwan Dhillon. The award carried a Rs 2,500 prize each, a citation and a trophy, it was presented by Mr Joginder Singh Mann, Mr Y.D. Jigyasu, Kendri Punjabi Lekhak Sabha general secretary Avtar Jaura and Prof Surjit Jaj, general secretary of the manch.

Besides Pattar, the poets who took part included Barjinder Chauhan, Sukhwinder Amrit, Sardar Panchhi, Bhagwan Dhillon, Sushil Dosanjh, Uminder Johal, Ajaib Kanwal, Jaswant Hans, Mohan Sapra, D.R. Dhawan, Hardial Sagar, Dev Dard, Mr Harwinder, Darshan Buttar, Rajinderjit, Jaswinder, Trilochan Lochi, Shabdish, Dr Anoop Virk and Surjit Jaj.

Singer and music director Gurdip recites two poems of Rishi, who died last year.

Hope shines on tenacious topper

She had dreams but not means to attain them. This CBSE class XII topper, who had been under a severe financial crunch to continue her studies, finally found some good Samaritans to support her to make it big.

Manpreet Kaur, who appeared in the columns of Jalandhar Plus on June 6, has received an overwhelming response from city residents offering help to this small village girl.

A student of St Soldier Divine School, Bhogpur, Manpreet secured 95.6 per cent marks in the commerce stream. She wanted to continue her studies but her family sustaining on an income from a small agricultural land was finding it difficult to pay for her admission fee.

After reading a news item “Small village girl makes it big,” the authorities of several colleges, including HMV College, Mohan Lal Uppal DAV College, Phagwara, PCM SD College for Women, Lyallpur Khalsa College and St Soldier College, came forward offering her admission in B.Com with a complete fee waiver.

The owners of FC Sondhi, a local sports industry, have offered a job to Manpreet, while a local organisation, Des Raj Marwaha Charitable Trust, has expressed the desire to pay for her books and other stationery expenses. Manpreet’s father Jasvir Singh thanked everyone for their help and said their blessings would surely make his daughter achieve her dreams. He said Manpreet was interested in joining a B.Com (professional) course at HMV College. “I don’t want to burden her with a job at this point of time,” he added.

Kiranjit Kaur, convener of the HMV College admission committee, said the college was ready to offer her complete waiver of fee and annual charges. She said Manpreet would be able to get books from the college book bank. Besides, she would be given the maximum concessions in hostel fee in case she wanted to avail the services. “However, she had to pay an amount of nearly Rs 2,000 that is to be sent to Guru Nanak Dev University,” said Kiranjit, adding that fee concession for her cousin Kamalpreet, who got 92.2 marks in the same examination, was also being planned.

Rally against social evils organised

Taking out a massive public awareness rally through the city, the students and staff of local DAV schools, colleges and polytechnic institutes tried to launch an attack against social evils here today.

The rally that was organised on the call of Arya Pradeshik Pratinidhi Sabha started from Sain Dass School at 11 am. The rallyists were addressed by Mr G.P. Chopra, national president of DAV College Managing Committee.

Addressing over 10,000 students taking part in the rally, he urged them to strive for eradicating social evils including dowry, casteism, female foeticide, AIDS, corruption and child labour. He even told them to spread awareness over scientific issues such as pollution and crop diversification. He said that the Arya Sabha had recently held mass marriage for 151 needy couples and another such programme for 101 marriages was being planned to be held in Ludhiana on December 11.

During the rally, the students also organised “nukad nataks” to convey their message of various social issues. The students carried placards and distributed leaflets for social awareness as they passed through Phagwara Gate, Balmiki Chowk, Mai Hiran Gate, Bhagat Singh Chowk and other important intersections.

The rally was welcomed at various places by the city residents who distributed fruits, biscuits, cakes and snacks. Those who participated in the rally included Mr D.R. Gupta, director, DAV Colleges, Ms P.P. Sharma, president, Arya Pradeshik Pratinidhi Sabha, and Mr M.L. Aeri, secretary of the sabha.

Phagwara: The Mohan Lal Uppal DAV College, Mehtan, Phagwara, today took out a Jan Chetna rally for awakening masses against social evils like female foeticide, dowry system, corruption and drug addiction among others.

Students of various schools of the area also participated in the rally.

Ration sent to militancy victims

Students of the local Mohan Lal Uppal DAV College yesterday sent 400 packets of ration worth Rs 2 lakh to victims of militancy living in refugee camps in Srinagar. This was stated by the Principal, Mr Y.D. Jigyasu. The truck loaded with the ration was flagged off by the Social Welfare Minister, Mr Joginder Singh Mann. The SDM, Mr Pritam Singh, the DSP, Mr Jaspal Singh, and the nagar council president, Aur Mr Malkiat Singh Ragbotra, were present, among others.

DAV institutions hold chetna rally

A chetna rally was organised here today by the local DAV institution. About 3000 students of 10 DAV schools and colleges participated in the rally.

The rally was led by Mr Mohan Lal, Secretary, DAV College Managing Committee, New Delhi. Prominent among those who attended the rally were Mr Brij Mohan Lal Aggarwal, Chairman, Local Managing Committee, R.R. Bawa DAV College for Girls, Batala, Mr J.S. Nayyar, Chairman, S.L. Bawa DAV College, Managing Committee, Batala; Veena Watni, Principal, Mr V.K. Bhatia, Principal, Mr A.C. Preet, Principal, Ms Kanta Mahajan, Principal, Ms Shabnam Handa, Principal.

PHILLAUR: Students of the local DAV College and other educational institutions participated in the chetna rally organised on Sunday. The rally was led by the Principal, Mr A.K. Vaid.

FARIDKOT: On a call given by the state body of the Arya Pradeshik Pratinidhi Sabha, more than 800 children of DAV School, Kotkapura, led by Ms Kiran Verma, Principal, along with other members of the staff held a chetna rally in Kotkapura on Friday.

PHAGWARA: The local Mohan Lal Uppal DAV College, various Arya Samaj institutions and local schools on Saturday organised a chetna rally to create awareness for the eradication of social evils like corruption, female foeticide, dowry and casteism. The rally was flagged off by local SDM, Mr Pritam Singh.

Fired with imagination to do something different

"Small is beautiful;" says Vijay Kumar Momi. That is why his endeavour is always to make extremely small things and create something different. The latest of his feats is the creation of a half-inch book. From cover to cover, he has filled the tiny pages with writing of four symbols of four important religions, Gayatri Mantras and many other things.

Momi has got a special art. He is capable of making a picture on a single grain of rice. He rather plays with the grains of rice. He surprised people with his painting on grains of rice.He is also capable of making a portrait on a single piece of cardamom as Vijay Kumar Momi has been fired with a desire to create something different - something extraordinary. Hence he is writing names on grain, and doing other similar feats. He has made this art his life.

In the present world, the younger generation is slowly advancing towards western culture , but youngsters like Momi always try to promote their own culture .For this reason Momi has excelled in Punjabi folk dances like Bhangra, Malwai-Gidha, Jhumar, Jindua, Vanjara and Mirza-Sahiban. Vijay Kumar Momi studied in Mohan Lal Uppal DAV College, Phagwara. Painting and his expertise in Bhangra made him popular not only in the district but also in the state.

Momi had his schooling in Government Senior Secondary School, Phillaur, and with the blessings of the Principal of the school, Mr Prem Kumar, he has successfully completed many paintings on small surfaces. Momi painted a picture of Maharaja Ranjit Singh on a green cardamom and presented it to DGP, Punjab, Guru Gobind Singh s picture to Prakash Singh Badal and picture of Mahatma Gandhi to SDM, Phillaur. Momi wrote the name of Mr Sajjan Singh Cheema, winner of Arjun Award on a grain of rice and presented it to him.

He also painted a picture of Hans Raj Hans, a popular Punjabi singer and presented it to him. He made the picture of Debi Maqsoospuri, a well known writer. Momi was honoured with Husan Punjab Da award in 8th Davinder Biba s Memorial Cultural Festival. He was honoured as a special personality by Finance Minister of Punjab, Mr Lal Singh, during Independence Day.

Momi learned this art of painting from a well-known painter Yash Momi, who is his elder brother. Momi says that he is greatly indebted to Mr Harminder Dhillon and ADGP D.R. Bhatti , Punjab Police.

Private colleges staff to get pension soon

The Higher Education Minister, Punjab Master Mohan Lal, yesterday declared that the government would complete all formalities for the pension and gratuity scheme for non-government college employees within a month even though the Punjab and Haryana High Court had given it three month’s time. This was stated by the minister at Mohan Lal Uppal DAV College here before inaugurating its academic session.

The minister gave Rs 50,000 grant to the college and promised to increase it to Rs 1 lakh.

College students, teachers allege harassment

Several instances of alleged high-handedness and harassment by a college principal has come to light here.

Students resented the indifferent attitude of the newly-appointed Principal of the Mohan Lal Uppal DAV College, Mehtan, Phagwara, Mr R.K. Mahajan, towards them. They said that the principal usually misbehaved with them.

In a road protest on Saturday, the students blocked the national highway for not getting the adequate facilities in the college. They disclosed that the protest “was pre-planned for inadequate facilities and harassment at the hands of the principal. They had nothing to do with the forced resignation by two college teachers, Ms Richa Sharma and Mr Tejinder Singh Sidhu.”

While talking to The Tribune, they alleged that water supply to the college was poor and contaminated. Canteen service and snacks were of poor quality.

They alleged there was no biology laboratory in the college. Teachers alleged that there was no proper procedure for selection of a teacher as laid down by the UGC, university or the DPI (Colleges).

“We are not issued any appointment letters at the time of appointment and we are forced to submit our original certificates to the college authorities,” says Kamal Thakur, a former teacher of the college.

The college has more than 30 teachers and “we are denied provident fund benefits,” say ad hoc teachers of the college.

When contacted, Principal R.K. Mahajan showed ignorance about the PF Act and denied other allegations. He put the whole blame on the former Principal Y.D. Jigyasu.

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