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Malwa College Bondli, Samrala, Punjab
Address:Bondli
Samrala (District Ludhiana)
Punjab, India



Malwa College Bondli, Samrala Punjab is a recognised institute / college. Malwa College Bondli, Samrala Punjab is managed by Society: Malwa Education Council, Bondli-Samrala.
Principal of Malwa College Bondli, Samrala Punjab is Comrate Jagmohan Singh, Dr Shinderpal Singh.

Malwa College Bondli, Samrala Punjab is situated in Samrala of Punjab state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Mobile No(s) of concerned persons at Malwa College Bondli, Samrala Punjab are 9501026971.

email ID(s) is Malwa College Bondli Samrala Punjab

Chairman : Balbir Singh Rajewal, Shivdev Singh Kang.
General Secretary : Tejwinder Singh.

Contact Details of Malwa College Bondli, Samrala Punjab are : +91-1628-263153, 263453
Jasmel Singh, Offtg President

News 10.01.2008
PCCTU has condemned the dictatorial and inhuman behaviour towards college teachers, especially towards women teachers, by the managing committee of Malwa College, Bondli, Samrala. PCCTU members said that the two teachers of the college were suspended twice on flimsy grounds.

News 04 June 2002
EDUCATION COUNCIL: The following have been appointed as members of the executive management of the Malwa Education Council, Bondli-Samrala, according to Mr Jasbinder Singh Dhillon, Principal, Malwa College, Bondli-Samrala: president Mr Umrao Singh Kang; acting president Mr Shivdev Singh Kang; senior vice-president Mr Parminder Singh Gill; general secretary Mr Dharmapal Pabbi; vice-president Mr Jasmail Singh; treasurer Mr Ujagar Singh; and secretary Mr Tejwinder Singh.


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PGDCA, M.Sc. Mathematics, MA Punjabi, MA History, BA, B.Sc. (IT, Computer Science, Maths, etc)


Malwa College Bondli, Samrala Punjab runs course(s) in Degree, Computer Applications stream(s).

Malwa College Bondli is affiliated with Panjab University, Chandigarh (Chandigarh)



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ASMAIL SINGH Vs STATE OF PUNJAB ANDA OTHERS Civil Writ Petition 9384 of 2010

IN THE HIGH COURT OF PUNJAB AND HARYANA AT CHANDIGARH


Date of Decision:23.03.2011

Jasmail Singh ......Petitioner
Versus
State of Punjab and others .....Respondents

CORAM:
HON'BLE MR. JUSTICE MEHINDER SINGH SULLAR.

Present:
Mr.Karambir Singh Nalwa, Advocate, for the petitioner.
Mr.Sartaj Singh Gill, Deputy Advocate General, Punjab, for respondent Nos.1 and 2.
Mr.Jatin Salwan, Advocate, for respondent Nos.3 to 5.

M E HINDER S I NGH S U LLAR , J.(oral)
Concisely, the relevant facts, which require to be noticed for the limited purpose of deciding the core controversy involved in the instant writ petition and emanating from the record, are that as the representation filed by petitioner-Jasmail Singh was not decided, therefore, in the wake of Civil Writ
Petition No.7094 of 2009, The Registrar, Firms and Societies, Punjab, Chandigarh (respondent No.2) was directed to take a final decision on the representation (29.03.2009) of the petitioner within a period of three months by a Co-ordinate Bench of this Court(Permod Kohli, J.) by virtue of order dated 10.08.2009 (Annexure P-8). In pursuance thereof, respondent No.2 decided the indicated
representation by way of impugned order dated 25.02.2010(Annexure P-9).

2. The petitioner still did not feel satisfied and preferred the instant writ petition, challenging the impugned order(Annexure P-9), invoking the provisions of Articles 226/227 of the Constitution of India, inter, alia, pleading that respondent No.2 has illegally rejected his (petitioner) representation on the ground that he has no powers under the Societies Registration Act, 1860 (hereinafter to be
referred as “the Act”) to interfere in the election process, validity of the elected members of the society and voter list and without noticing the provisions of Sections 15, 20 and 24 of the Act. The petitioner claimed that some members of the Executive Committee are enrolling new members for the general council in the garb of Memorandum of Association (Annexure P-1) of the respondent/Society.

3. Levelling a variety of allegations and narrating the sequence of events, in all, according to the petitioner that since the respondents are enrolling the new members against the memorandum of association and the rules, so, respondent No.2 ought to have accepted his representation in this regard. On the basis of aforesaid allegations, the petitioner sought quashment of the impugned
order(Annexure P-9) and directions to the respondents to again decide his representation dated 29.03.2009, after passing a speaking order in view of Section 24 of the Act.

4. The respondents contested the claim of the petitioner. Respondent No.2 filed his written statement, while respondent Nos.3 to 5 filed their joint separate written statement, inter alia, pleading certain preliminary objections of, maintainability of the writ petition, cause of action and locus standi of the petitioner. Respondent No.2 claimed that the prayer of the petitioner that
representation be decided under Section 24 of the Act, cannot be accepted because, Section 24 of the Act has not been notified in the State of Punjab and has only been inserted by Uttar Pradesh Act 11 of 1984. The representation of the petitioner was stated to have been considered and disposed of in accordance with law by passing a speaking order(Annexure P-9) on the ground that he has no
jurisdiction/power to interfere in the internal matters, election process, validity of elected members of the society and voter-list etc. The aggrieved party can get the grievance redressed from the court of law.

5. The contesting respondent Nos.3 to 5 having toed the lines of pleadings contained in the written statement of respondent No.2, further explained that the petitioner is a habitual trouble maker and has always worked against the interest of the society. According to the contesting respondents that in the year 2006, the respondent-society had 283 valid members. As per rules of the society,
election for the Managing Committee and its Office Bearers was being held after every three years.

The then Managing Committee vide its resolution dated 27.02.2006 had decided to hold the election on 26.03.2006 for electing the Managing Committee for the next three years. As per schedule number of nominations were filed for different posts and after scrutiny and withdrawal on 26.03.2006, the date of election was notified by the Returning Officer.

Consequently, Shivdev Singh Kang (respondent No.4) was elected as a President, while petitioner-Jasmail Singh was declared as Senior Vice President of the society. The petitioner was stated to have issued a letter without any authority to the Vice Chancellor, Panjab University Chandigarh that he assumed and taken over the charge of the office of the President of the society.

6. As soon as, respondent No.4 came to know, he lodged a criminal case against the petitioner vide FIR No.244 dated 13.12.2006, on accusation of having committed the offences punishable under Sections 420, 467, 468, 470 and 120-B IPC, in the Police Station Samrala, District Khanna. The revision petition filed by the petitioner to the impugned order passed by the Additional District
Judge, Ludhiana, was dismissed by this Court by means of order dated 20.05.2008 (Annexure R3/2). Listing the variety of instances of misconduct of the petitioner, the respondents claimed that the writ petition filed by the petitioner is false and frivolous. It will not be out of place to mention here that the respondents have stoutly denied all other allegations contained in the written statement and prayed for its dismissal.

7. Having heard the learned counsel for the parties, having gone through the record with their valuable help and after bestowal of thoughts over the entire matter, to my mind, there is no merit in the instant writ petition.

8. Ex facie, the argument of the learned counsel that since respondent No.2 has not decided the representation of the petitioner in view of Section 24 etc. of the Act, so, the impugned order(Annexure P-9) is arbitrary and illegal, is not only devoid of merit but misplaced as well.

9. As is evident from the record that in pursuance of the order (Annexure P-8) of this Court, respondent No.2 has decided the representation of the petitioner vide impugned order(Annexure P-9). The operative part of which is, as under:-

Where as in this regard, it is submitted that the Registrar of Firms and Societies, Punjab has no powers under the Societies Registration Act, 1860 to interfere in the Election Process/validity of the elected member of the society and the voter list etc. However, the aggrieved party may approach
the Civil Court for the redressal of their grievances.

Now, therefore, I, Daljit Singh Sidhu, Registrar of Firms and Societies, Punjab, after considering the representation of the petitioners in detail and perusal of record and submissions put-forth by the petitioners at the time of hearing and provisions of the Societies Registration Act, 1860 have come to the conclusion that the Registrar of Firms and Societies has no power to interfere in such matters as mentioned in para 5 above, therefore, the representation of the petitioner is hereby rejected.

10. As is clear from the written statement of respondent No.2 that Section 24 of the Act is not at all notified/applicable to the State of Punjab, which was introduced by the Uttar Pradesh Government by means of Act No.11 of 1984.

Therefore, respondent No.2 did not have the jurisdiction to interfere with the internal matter, voter list and the election process of the society, as urged on behalf of the petitioner. Such disputes can only be decided by the Courts.

11. Meaning thereby, respondent No.2 has recorded the valid reasons, passed a speaking order and rightly rejected the representation of the petitioner vide impugned order(Annexure P-9). Such order, containing the valid reasons, cannot possibly be interfered with, in exercise of writ jurisdiction of this Court, unless the same is perverse and without jurisdiction. As no such patent illegality or legal infirmity has been pointed out by the learned counsel for the petitioner, therefore, the impugned order(Annexure P-9) deserves to be and is hereby maintained in the obtaining circumstances of the case.

12. No other legal point, worth consideration, has either been urged or pressed by the learned counsel for the parties.

13. In the light of aforesaid reasons, as there is no merit, therefore, the instant writ petition is hereby dismissed as such.

(MEHINDER SINGH SULLAR)
JUDGE

Kulwinder Kaur versus Malwa College Samrala

STATE INFORMATION COMMISSION, PUNJAB SCO No. 84-85, Sector 17-C, Chandigarh
Sh. Kulwinder Kaur, Lecturer in Hindi, Malwa College Bondli, Samrala, Distt-Ludhiana. ---Complainant

Vs.

Public Information Officer, O/o Principal, Malwa College Bondli, Samrala, Distt-Ludhiana.
---Respondent
C.C. No.1965 of 2009 ORDER

Present: -
Smt. Kulwinder Kaur Complainant in person.
Shri Jagmohan Singh, Officiating Principal on behalf of Respondent.

The Complainant filed a complaint on 16.7.2009 that his original application dated 11.2.2009 has not been attended to. The information sought by him is regarding photocopies of personal files and Service Book September2000 to November 2008.

The Complainant submits that she has been provided the personal file by depositing Rs.196/-. “A letter is submitted written by Sh. Jagmohan Singh, Officiating Principal which also states that Service Book is not traceable in the College. It can possibly be in the office of the D.P.I (Colleges). Two communications have been sent to the D.P.I. (Colleges), Punjab regarding the same, which have not been responded by them. The matter of the Service Book has also been discussed in the meetings of the Governing Body of the College. If you so desire, a new Service Book can be prepared”. An affidavit has also been presented by the officiating Principal that the Photocopy of Service Book could not be delivered to her because Service Book is not traceable. The Complainant states that a time limit should be specified in the order for the delivery of Service Book. Therefore, a period of 15 days is granted to the Respondent supply the same to the Complainant. To come up on 25.11.2009 at 12:00 Noon in the Chamber. Copies of the order be sent to the parties.

Sd/-
Chandigarh (Mrs. Ravi Singh) Dated: 7.10.2009 State Information Commissioner.

PROF S K KALRA Vs S JAGMOHAN SINGH AND ANOTHER

IN THE HIGH COURT FOR THE STATES OF PUNJAB AND HARYANA AT CHANDIGARH.

C.O.C.P.No.557 of 2004

Date of Decision:-10.8.2009

Prof.S.K.Kalra ...Petitioner
Versus
S.Jagmohan Singh and another ...Respondents

CORAM:
HON BLE MR.JUSTICE RAKESH KUMAR GARG

Present:
Mr.Saurabh Garg, Advocate for the petitioner.
Mr.Jatin Salwan, Advocate for the respondents.

Rakesh Kumar Garg, J. (Oral):
In response to the show cause notice issued by this Court, reply on behalf of the respondents has been filed by way of affidavit of Jagmohan Singh son of Jaswant Singh, Officiating Principal, Malwa College, Samrala, District Ludhiana. The respondents have also handed over two drafts amounting to Rs.1,77,682/- and Rs.23,744/- on account of gratuity and leave encashment of the petitioner.

Learned counsel appearing on behalf of the petitioner states that in view of the order dated 17.11.2008 passed by this Court in CWP No.16730 of 1998, the petitioner is also entitled to interest at the rate of 9% per annum for the delayed payment.

According to him, the petitioner retired on 31.1.1997 whereas payment of gratuity and leave encashment has been made today in Court.

Learned counsel appearing on behalf of the respondents has very fairly stated that the respondents shall also pay interest at the rate of 9% per annum on the amount of gratuity and leave encashment. The respondents shall be bound by the statement made by their counsel. The respondents will calculate the amount of interest with effect from 1.4.1997 on the amount of DCRG and leave encashment of the petitioner and pay the balance amount within six weeks from today.

This satisfies the petitioner. Learned counsel appearing on behalf of the petitioner does not wish to press this petition.

Dismissed as not pressed.

Rule discharged.

(Rakesh Kumar Garg)
Judge

RACHHPAL CHAND Vs STATE OF PUNJAB AND OTHERS

IN THE HIGH COURT OF PUNJAB AND HARYANA AT CHANDIGARH.

C.W.P. No. 9427 of 2009

DATE OF DECISION : 06.07.2009

Rachhpal Chand .... PETITIONER
Versus
State of Punjab and others ..... RESPONDENTS

CORAM :-
HON BLE MR. JUSTICE SATISH KUMAR MITTAL

Present:
Mr. Karminder Singh, Advocate, for the petitioner.

SATISH KUMAR MITTAL , J.
The petitioner was appointed as Miscellaneous Clerk in the Malwa College, Bondli-Samrala, District Ludhiana. One Mohan Singh, who was working as Office Superintendent in the said College, proceeded on long leave in the year 2006 and lateron, he submitted his resignation. To fill up that post, the respondent College issued an advertisement (Annexure P- 9) in `The Tribune , Chandigarh, inviting applications for the said post. The petitioner has filed the instant petition for quashing the said advertisement, with a direction to the respondents not to fill up the post of Office Superintendent.

It is the case of the petitioner that when the post of Office Superintendent remained vacant due to the long leave of said Mohan Singh, he was given the officiating charge of the said post. Since he is working on the said post, his services should be regularised.

After hearing counsel for the petitioner and going through the contents of the petition, I do not find any merit in the instant petition. The petitioner has not quoted any Rule, which entitles him for promotion on the said post. Therefore, he is not eligible to be promoted on the post of Office Superintendent.

Learned counsel further contends that since the petitioner has worked for about one and half years on the post of Office Superintendent, therefore, he is entitled to be regularised on the said post. This contention of the learned counsel cannot be accepted. There is neither any Rule nor instruction, on the basis of which the petitioner can be made regular on the post of Office Superintendent, on which he has worked for some time under some temporary arrangement. The petitioner has not shown any provision or Rule, according to which the post of Office Superintendent cannot be filed up by direct recruitment. In absence of the Service Rules or any Regulation of the College, the petitioner has failed to establish any legal right on the said post.

No merit.

Dismissed.

( SATISH KUMAR MITTAL )
JUDGE

MALWA COLLEGE BONDLI-SAMRALA DISTRICT LUDHIANA Vs STATE OF PUNJAB and OTHERS Civil Writ Petition 5445 of 2009

IN THE HIGH COURT OF PUNJAB and HARYANA, CHANDIGARH


Date of Decision: May 01, 2009

Malwa College, Bondli-Samrala, District Ludhiana .....PETITIONER(S)
VERSUS
State of Punjab and Others .....RESPONDENT(S)

CORAM:
HON'BLE MR. JUSTICE AJAI LAMBA

PRESENT: -
Mr. Jatin Salwan, Advocate, for the petitioner.
Mr. Anil Sharma, Senior Deputy Advocate General, Punjab.

AJAI LAMBA, J (Oral)
Learned counsel contends that the petitioner is entitled to release of grant-in-aid.

The same, however, is not being released and therefore, the petitioner-College is not in a position to pay the salaries.

In this regard, learned counsel has relied on the decision dated 21.3.2009 of this Court in Civil Writ Petition No.4464 of 2009 titled ‘BLM Girls College, Arya Samaj, Nawanshahr vs. State of Punjab and Others’.

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

In the case of BLM Girls College, Arya Samaj, Nawanshahr (supra), this Court, while relying on judgment dated 18.12.2007 in C.W.P. No.14340 of 2006, titled `Arya College, Ludhiana Vs. State of Punjab and Others’ and decision dated 24.4.2008 rendered in Civil Writ Petition No.5393 of 2008, titled ‘Ramgaria College of Education, Phagwara vs. State of Punjab and Others’, has held:-

Considering the facts and circumstances of the case; in terms of judgment rendered in Arya College’s
case (supra) and decision rendered in C.W.P. No.5393 of 2008, decided on 24.4.2008, in case titled ‘Ramgaria College of Education, Phagwara vs. State of Punjab and others’, it is directed that the respondents shall pay 85% of the grant-in-aid due to the petitioner within a period of 3 months after clearance of objections by the petitioner. So far as balance 15% of the amount of grant-in-aid is
concerned, the petitioner may submit separate representations to the respondents.

In Ramgaria College of Education, Phagwara (supra), the following has been held by the Division Bench of this Court:-

Learned counsel for the petitioner has placed reliance on the judgments State of Maharashtra versus
Manubhai Pragali Vashi and Others, 1995(5) Supreme Court Cases 730, Government of A.P. and Others
versus G.V.K.Girls High School, 2000(8) Supreme Court Cases 370, and State of Haryana and others
versus Babita Yadav and Others, 2004(13) Supreme Court Cases 734, to contend that the paucity of funds or financial contributions cannot be taken a ground to deny the grant-in-aid to Government recognized private colleges while extending such facility to recognized private colleges by the State.

After hearing the learned counsel for the parties, we are of the considered view that the case of the petitioner is squarely covered by the decision in the State of Maharashtra versus Manubhai Pragali Vashi and Others, Government of A.P. and Others versus G.V.K.Girls High School and State of Haryana and
others versus Babita Yadav and Others (supra). The State Government cannot take up the ground that due to paucity of funds, it is unable to give grant-in-aid to the colleges.

In view of the above, we hold that the respondents shall pay 85% of the grant-in-aid as claimed by the
petitioner within a period of three months, after the clearance of the objections by the petitioner. The
petitioner shall try to clear all the objections raised by the State Government within a period of one month from today. As far as balance 10% of the amount of grant-in-aid case is concerned, the petitioner may submit a separate representation to the respondents. The respondents are also further directed to release the grant-in-aid to the petitioner in future also in time.

In another judgment dated 19.2.2008 rendered by a Division Bench of this Court 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’, similar view has been taken as in the case of Ramgaria College of Education, Phagwara (supra).

It has been brought out that State of Punjab filed a Special Leave Petition before the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India directed against the judgment rendered in Civil Writ Petition No.3191 of 2007. The Hon’ble Supreme Court of India while dealing with SLP No.15798 of 2008 dismissed the petition on 8.12.2008 by passing the following order:-

Delay condoned.
We find no merit in this petition which is accordingly dismissed. However, two months time is granted to the petitioner State of Punjab to release the amount which is due and payable to the respondent College subject to removal of objections pointed by the High Court in the impugned order.

Considering the facts and circumstances of the case; in terms of judgments to which reference has been made hereinabove, 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 representations to the respondents.

Petition is allowed in the above terms.

(AJAI LAMBA)
JUDGE

Balvir Singh versus Malwa College Samrala

STATE INFORMATION COMMISSION, PUNJAB
SCO No. 32-33-34, Sector -17-C, CHANDIGARH
Sh. Balvir Singh,
S/o Sh. Labh Singh,
Vill- Japprian, P.O Mushkabad,
Tehsil- Samrala, Distt-Ludhiana.

…………………………….Complainant

Vs.

Public Information Officer -
O/o Malwa College,
Bondli-Samrala.
……………………………..Respondent

CC No. 3132 of 2008

Present:
Nemo for the parties.

ORDER

On the last date of hearing i.e. 24th March 2009, neither the Complainant nor the Respondent was present. Again, at today’s hearing, none is present.
2. Dismissed for non prosecution. Co`pies of the order be sent to the parties

(Kulbir Singh)
State Information Commissioner
Dated: 21st April, 2009

Balvir Singh versus Malwa College Samrala

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

Sh. Balvir Singh,
S/o Sh. Labh Singh,
Vill- Japprian, P.O Mushkabad,
Tehsil- Samrala, Distt-Ludhiana.

…………………………….Complainant

Vs.

Public Information Officer -
O/o Malwa College,
Bondli-Samrala.

……………………………..Respondent

CC No. 3132 of 2008

Present:
Nemo for the parties.

ORDER

Neither the Complainant nor the Respondent is present. One more opportunity is granted to both the parties.

2. Adjourned to 21.04.2009 (12.00 noon) for further proceedings. Copies of the order be sent to the parties.

Sd/-
(Kulbir Singh)
State Information Commissioner
Dated: 24th March, 2009

Chand Singh versus Malwa College Samrala

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

Sh. Chand Singh
(Retd. Subedar),
S/o Dalbara Singh
VPO Rajewal Tehsil
Samrala Distt. Ludhiana.
…..Complainant

Vs.

Public Information Officer,
O/o Principal Malwa College,
Bondi Samrala Distt. Ludhiana.

….Respondent

C.C. NO. 2392 of 2008

ORDER

Present: -
Sh. Chand Singh, Complainant in person.
Sh. Jagmohan Singh, Officiating Principal on behalf of the Respondent.

The respondent stated that application for information under RTI Act 2005 was accompanied with a currency note of Rs. 5/-, which was returned to the complainant by the respondent. The application has been submitted without prescribed fee of Rs. 10/- and other charges for copy of document. Therefore, the application is not maintainable hence rejected. Further the respondent stated that he is ready to deliver the required information as soon as the complainant will make an application for information to him along with prescribed fee of Rs. 10/- by way of any of the mode prescribed under the RTI Rules 2007. In view of the above the case is hereby dismissed.

(Mrs. Ravi Singh)
State Information Commissioner.
Chandigarh
Dated 19.01.2009

College refutes allegation

There is no change in the administrative set-up of Malwa College, Bondli-Samrala, with Dr Shinderpal Singh very much in the position of Principal.

This was stated, in a press note, by Mr Shivdev Singh Kang, President of the Managing Committee, while reacting to a news item published in newspapers dated October 8.

He also refuted the allegation of misappropriation and misutilisation of college funds levelled by Mr Jasmel Singh against the Principal.

He further clarified that neither he had resigned from the post of president, Malwa Education Council, Bondli-Samrala, nor appointed Mr Jasmel Singh as officiating president.

He said he had been elected for a term of three years on March 26.



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