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TPD Malwa University College, Rampura Phul, Punjab


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TPD Malwa University College, Rampura Phul, Punjab
Rampura Phul (District Bathinda (Bhatinda))
Punjab, India



TPD Malwa University College, Rampura Phul Punjab is a recognised institute / college. TPD Malwa University College, Rampura Phul Punjab is also known as Tapasawi Puran Dass Malwa Punjabi University College.
Principal of TPD Malwa University College, Rampura Phul Punjab is Dr Rakesh Jindal (Barnala).

TPD Malwa University College is situated in Rampura Phul of Punjab state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. email ID(s) is TPD Malwa University College Rampura Phul Punjab


Contact Details of TPD Malwa University College, Rampura Phul Punjab are : Telephone: +91-1651-248233, 248894
Earlier principals: Sh. MS Virk (Offg.), Dr Amarjeet Singh Sidhu
Staff members:
Alka Bansal (PRO Dept)
Jagmohan Singh (Superintendent)
Kamaljit Kaur
Prof Sanjiv Datta (Head, Physical Education Dept)
Neetu Agarwal (Head, Maths Dept, from Barnala)
Dr Suman Sharma (Head, Economics Dept)
Dr Micheal Khindo Kinger Mansa (Head, History Dept)
Harpreet Kaur Ruby (Punjabi Dept)
Prof Maganpreet Kaur
Tejinder Sidhu
Rajpal Singh
Prof Darshan Singh
Gurdeep Singh
Sandeep Kaur
Baljinder Singh
Dr Kulwinder Singh
Prof Sanjeev Kumar
Kuljeet Kaur
Karnail Singh
Ms Veerpal Kaur
Madhu Guru
Prof Kulvir Singh (Program Convenor of Monthly Training Camps for SC ST students with UGC grants)



Courses

TPD Malwa University College, Rampura Phul Punjab runs course(s) in Degree stream(s).
BA
B.Com
PG Diploma in Agricultural Marketing Management
BCA
MA Punjab, History
PG Diploma in Dress Designing and Tailoring
PGDCA
MCA
M.Sc.(IT)
etc

Approval details: TPD Malwa University College is affiliated with Punjabi University, Patiala (Punjab)


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Maluka ne college di navi banan wali imarat da leya jaiza (TPD Malwa University College)
News: 23rd April, 2015
Maluka ne college di navi banan wali imarat da leya jaiza


TPD Malwa College wich Athletic meet karvai (News)

Construction of Outdoor Stadium (Tender)

University college da naam hun tapasvi puran das Malwa College (News)

Yuvak Mele wich Punjabi University TPD Malwa College di rahi chadat (News)

Salana inam vand samagam (News)

Adhunik suchna Technology de Library Subject te seminar (News)

Pinda te Students vadh samarthavan (News)

University College wich carriar sambandhi seminar (News)

College wich inam vand samagam (News)

Manovigyan and Pattarkari Subject te seminar (News)

Punjabi bhasha, vikas and mahatta subject te seminar (News)

TPD Malwa College nu PG college da darja (News)

Malwa College wich salana Athletic meet (News)

Punjabi University TPD Malwa college wich Antar College Kabaddi Championship samapit (News)

Pendu Sikhiya de khetar wich mohri sanstha (News)

Admission na milan te Students vallo dharna (News)

University teachers association diya chouna wich voht da hakk den di mang (News)

Fail Reapear Students ko milega Admission (News)

Students ne VC ko likha pattar (News)

Pinda de Students mukable diya exams lai samarth (News)

Punjabi Languaga ke liye ekjut ho (News)

Bhog of Pro. Shinder Singh Brar (Bhog etc)

Good result of MA History (News)

Result of MA History (News)

Farewell Party (News)

Good result of MA (News)

Free training camp start (News)

University college ka prospectus release (News)

Students, teachers join hands (News)

College prospectus released (News)

Admission ki maang ko lekar bawal (News)

Dharna of Students for admissions (News)

Students block Bathinda Chandigarh highway for hours (News)

Students sangharsh de chaldiya college wich Police tayinat (News)

No result in Students and Parshasan meeting (News)

Gussaye students ne lagaya tala (News)

Students dharna for admission issue (News)

Blood donation camp held (News)

Magazine Parvaz di ghund chukai (News)

Athletic meet held (News)

Blood donation camp held (News)

Maluka ne college di navi banan wali imarat da leya jaiza (News)


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Pbi varsity youth fest concludes

The four-day Punjabi University Zonal Youth Festival concluded here last evening at Guru Nanak College. Students from 21 colleges from Mansa, Bathinda and Faridkot districts presented a musical extravaganza. Mr S.K. Ahluwalia, Deputy Commissioner, Mansa, presided over the first day while Mr Sukhdev Singh Dhindsa, Union Minister for Chemicals and Fertilisers, presided over the valedictory function and gave away the prizes. The minister announced a grant of Rs 5 lakh for the college.

The results (recommended and commended) are as follows:

Shabad and bhajan: Recommended (R) — Government Nehru Memorial Postgraduate College, Mansa. Commended (C) SSD College, Bathinda, Mata Sahib Kaur Girls College, Talwandi Sabo, Bhai Aasa Singh Girls College, Goniana, and Guru Nanak Dev Khalsa Girls College, Bathinda.

Geet and ghazal: R — Government Nehru Memorial Postgraduate College, Mansa. C — Guru Nanak Dev Girls College, Bathinda, Shaheed Bhagat Singh Government College, Kotkapura, Government College of Education, Faridkot, and SSD College, Bathinda.

Lok geet: R — Guru Nanak College, Budhlada. C — T.P.D. Malwa College, Rampura Phul, Mata Sahib Kaur Girls College, Talwandi Sabo, and Government Nehru Memorial Postgraduate College, Mansa.

Group song: R — Guru Nanak Dev Khalsa Girls College, Bathinda. C — Government Brajindra College, Faridkot, Government Nehru Memorial Postgraduate College, Mansa, Government Rajinder College, Bathinda, and Shaheed Bhagat Singh Government College, Kotkapura.

Painting: R — Guru Nanak College, Budhlada, and Guru Nanak Dev Khalsa Girls College, Bathinda. C — T.P.D. Malwa College, Rampura Phul, and Government Rajinder College, Bathinda.

Collage making: R — Government Rajindra College, Bathinda, and Government Brajindra College, Faridkot. C — Guru Nanak Dev Khalsa Girls College, Bathinda, and Shaheed Bhagat Singh Government College, Kotkapura.

Clay modelling: R — Government Brajindra College, Faridkot, and Guru Nanak Dev Girls Khalsa College, Bathinda. C — Government Brajindra College, Faridkot, Guru Nanak College, Budhlada, and Guru Nanak Dev Khalsa Girls College, Bathinda.

Poster making: R — Shaheed Bhagat Singh Government College, Kotkapura, and Government Rajindra College, Bathinda. C — Government Brajindra College, Faridkot, and S.D. Kanya Mahavidyalaya, Mansa.

Cartoon making: R — Government Rajindra College, Bathinda, and Guru Nanak College, Budhlada. C — Government Rajindra College, Bathinda, Guru Nanak Dev Khalsa Girls College, Bathinda, and Government Brajindra College, Faridkot.

Rangoli: R — S.D. Kanya Mahavidayalaya, Mansa, and Guru Nanak College, Budhlada. C — Shaheed Bhagat Singh Government College, Kotkapura, Government College of Education, Faridkot, and Government Brajindra College, Faridkot.

Percussion (tal-vadan): R — Government Rajindra College, Bathinda. C — Government Brajindra College, Faridkot.

Non-Percussion (swar-vadan): R — Government Rajindra College, Bathinda. C — Government Brajindra College, Faridkot.

Classical vocal: R — Guru Nanak Dev Khalsa Girls College, Bathinda. C — DAV College, Bathinda, Government Nehru Memorial Postgraduate College, Mansa, and Government Brajindra College, Faridkot.

Orchestra: R — Government Rajindra College, Bathinda. C — Government Brajindra College, Faridkot.

Debate: R — DAV College, Bathinda, and Guru Nanak College, Budhlada. C — Punjabi University Regional Centre, Bathinda, University College of Education, Bathinda, Government Rajindra College, Bathinda, Guru Nanak Dev Khalsa Girls College, Bathinda, and Guru Nanak College, Budhlada.

Poetry recitation: R — Government Brajindra College, Faridkot. C — Mata Sahib Kaur Girls College, Talwandi Sabo, Punjabi University Regional Centre, Bathinda, Bhai Aasa Singh Girls College, Goniana, and T.P.D. Malwa College, Rampura Phul.

Education: R — Government College of Education, Faridkot, and Guru Nanak College, Budhlada. C — Government Rajindra College, Bathinda, Guru Nanak College, Budhlada, Punjabi University Regional Centre, Bathinda, and National College, Bhikhi.

One act play: R — Guru Nanak College, Budhlada. C — Government Brajindra College, Faridkot, Government Nehru Memorial Postgraduate College, Mansa, and Guru Kashi College, Damdama Sahib.

Histrionics: R — S.D. Kanya Mahavidyalaya, Mansa. C — Guru Nanak College, Budhlada, Mata Sahib Kaur Girls College, Talwandi Sabo, and Government Nehru Memorial Postgraduate College, Mansa.

Costumes parade (traditional): R — Mata Sahib Kaur Girls College, Talwandi Sabo. C — T.P.D. Malwa College, Rampura Phul, Government Brajindra College, Faridkot, Government Nehru Memorial Postgraduate College, Mansa, and Government College of Education, Faridkot.

Costumes parade (imagination): R — Guru Nanak College, Budhlada. C — Mata Sahib Kaur Girls College, Talwandi Sabo, Punjabi University Regional Centre, Bathinda, T.P.D. Malwa College, Rampura Phul, and Government Brajindra College, Faridkot.

Group skit: R — Government Rajindra College, Bathinda. C — Government Brajindra College, Faridkot, Mata Sahib Kaur Girls College, Talwandi Sabo, and Government Nehru Memorial Postgraduate College, Mansa.

Mimicry: R — T.P.D. Malwa College, Rampura Phul. C — Government Brajindra College, Faridkot, and Government Nehru Memorial Postgraduate College, Mansa.

Group mimicry: R — Government Brajindra College, Faridkot. C — Guru Nanak Dev Khalsa Girls College, Bathinda, and Government Rajindra College, Bathinda.



Private bodies give land worth crores to Punjabi University

It is a contradiction. On the one hand there is the Punjab Government which, admitting its failure to deliver on the education front, is contemplating the induction of private players to run its educational institutions while on the other hand there are the managements of private educational establishments which, having faith in the capability of government institutions to deliver, have donated property worth crores of rupees to them.

Last week, the Punjab Finance Minister, Mr Surinder Singla, said that the government would not mind handing over its educational institutions to bodies like the managements of DAV, SD and Khalsa schools, which could ensure better education. Even after spending nearly Rs 2,500 crore, the performance of government schools was dismal, he asserted.

However, there are people who still have a strong belief that even a government institution can deliver provided it is headed by a person of conviction.

The institution being referred to is Punjabi University, Patiala. This university, which has made a place for itself in the hearts of people in the Malwa region by starting Yadvindra College of Engineering at Talwandi Sabo for rural poor students, whose course has been fully financed by donors. Impressed by this gesture of the Vice-Chancellor of the university, Mr S.S. Boparai, the management committee of Khalsa High School, Mansa, has handed over 15 acres, worth Rs 25 crore, to the university for setting up its regional campus there. Till the completion of the campus building, a wing of the high school building has been offered to the university to run the regional campus.

A separate building has been provided by the management of the school for the girls’ hostel. The university is preparing to start classes in July at Mansa. It has made a commitment that students of Mansa subdivision will be given priority while making admissions to courses such as business management, veterinary sciences and fashion technology.

The management of TPD Malwa College, Phul (Rampura), in Bathinda district, has given the entire property of the college, including about 40 acres and a building of the institution, to the university through a gift deed. The property is worth Rs 50 crore. Earlier, the state government had offered to take over the college, but the management thought that Punjabi University could prove a better bet for students of the area.

The university has decided to set up a neighbourhood campus there to run professional courses, including engineering courses, besides MBA and MCA. The management of the Malwa college will make arrangements to run the campus at some other place till the new campus is built at the college site. The Chief Minister, Capt Amarinder Singh, is scheduled to inaugurate the campus in June.

And then there is the Vishav Gurmat Rohani Mission Charitable Trust, Ratwara Sahib, near City Beautiful. The trust has given 10 acres, worth several crores of rupees, on lease for 99 years to the university for setting up the regional campus. The mission will provide its huge building to run the courses till the campus building comes up. “By handing over property worth Rs 100 crore, they have expressed so much faith in us that we will work hard to live up to their expectations. Mansa and Rampura are educationally backward areas and we will try to change the scenario by starting job-oriented courses there,” says Mr Boparai.

Dr Baltej Mann, Professor in charge, Resource Mobilisation and Advancement, says that it is a great honour for the university to start three campuses this year under its neighbourhood campus scheme at places where the whole initiative has been taken by people themselves.

It seems that people have not lost faith in government institutions. It is the government that has lost the will to run its own institutions.



Students mobilise villagers for dharna

The ongoing tussle between students and mini-bus operators may take an ugly turn as the students have been holding meetings in villages seeking support of panchayats for holding a dharna near the office of the civil administration here.

Mr Rajwinder Singh of the local TPD Malwa College Students Union and Mr Sudeep, Convener of the Shaheed Prithipal Singh Randhawa Manch, Bathinda, in a press note said that as the mini-bus operators were not honouring the bus passes, they had to resort to a conclusive “battle”.

They said that meetings were held in the past three days in Balianwali, Sadhana, Selbarah, Gumti, Chotian, Buggar, Jetnuke, Kararwala, Chauke, Badiala, Pitho, Jaid villages. They claimed that residents of these villages had assured the students that they would participate in large number in the dharna or other form of stir of the students.

The student leaders claimed that many panchayats had passed resolutions supporting the agitation of the students. However, it could not be confirmed whether any panchayat had passed such a resolution.

The students claimed that the administration was not taking notice of their demands. They said that they would continue the agitation till the facility of bus passes was restored in mini-buses. The students demanded that the plying of PRTC and Punjab Roadways buses should be ensured on link roads. They said that due to non-plying of these buses, they had to depend on private buses.



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