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Punjab College of Education (PCE), Chunni Kalan, Punjab


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Punjab College of Education (PCE), Chunni Kalan, Punjab
Address:(Chunni Kalan), Mohali-Sirhind Road, 27km from Chandigarh
Sarkapda Kalan Village
Chunni Kalan (District Fatehgarh Sahib)
Punjab, India
Pin Code : 140406


Punjab College of Education (PCE), Chunni Kalan Punjab is a recognised institute / college. Status: Co.Ed.. Punjab College of Education (PCE), Chunni Kalan Punjab is also known as PCE Chunni Kalan. Punjab College of Education (PCE), Chunni Kalan Punjab is managed by Society: Gyan Jyoti Educational and Social Welfare Society. Punjab College of Education (PCE), Chunni Kalan Punjab was established on / in 2005.


Principal of Punjab College of Education (PCE), Chunni Kalan Punjab is Dr. Beantjit Kaur (DOB 16-12-1948) (Mobile 92163-12418).

Punjab College of Education (PCE) is situated in Chunni Kalan of Punjab state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Chunni Kalan comes under Bassi Pathan Tehsil, Fatehgarh Sahib District.

Mobile No(s) of concerned persons at Punjab College of Education (PCE), Chunni Kalan Punjab are 92163-12417.

email ID(s) is Punjab College of Education (PCE) Chunni Kalan Punjab

Website of Punjab College of Education (PCE), Chunni Kalan Punjab is www.pgcchunni.org.

Chairman : Mr Nirmal Singh (92163-12416).
Registrar : Prof. Manjit Singh.


Contact Details of Punjab College of Education (PCE), Chunni Kalan Punjab are : Chairman: # 5623, Sector 38 (West), Chandigarh-160014
Telephone: +91-94172-12419
Telephone: +91-1763-395419
Telephone: +91-1763-248862
email id: pcechunni@gmail.com

Mr Nirmal Singh confirmed on 07.06.2010 that there college / group is not related to Punjab Group of Malakpur village


Other colleges of Punjab Group, Sarkapda Village
Punjab Business School, Chunni Kalan
Punjab College of Commerce and Agriculture, Chunni Kalan


Courses

Number of seats in Punjab College of Education (PCE), Chunni Kalan Punjab is 100.
Punjab College of Education (PCE), Chunni Kalan Punjab runs course(s) in Education stream(s).
B Ed, ETT, M.A. Education, M.Ed., D.El.Ed

Approval details: Punjab College of Education (PCE) is affiliated with Punjabi University, Patiala (Punjab)


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Media coverage of Punjab College of Education (PCE), Chunni Kalan Punjab, Punjab

College allowed to make B.Ed admissions

A division bench, comprising Justice A.K. Goel and Justice Ajai Lamba, yesterday quashed the memo and show-cause notice issued to Punjab College of Education, located in Patiala district, by Punjabi University, Patiala, and allowed it to make admissions for the BEd course.

The facts of the case, according to the petition filed by Baba Dhall Education Society of India and the Punjab College of Education, that the university had issued a memo, dated October 23, 2006, and a show-cause notice, dated June 18, 2007, pointing out some deficiencies in the college and asking it as to why the affiliation of the college should not be cancelled.

The petitioners then moved the High Court. They averred that the deficiencies as pointed out by the university to them had been removed. It was only after proper inspection that recognition was granted by the National College for Teachers Education (NCTE).

It was also submitted that the director, public instructions (colleges), had also permitted the petitioners’ inclusion in counselling for 2007-08 for BEd admissions vide letter dated September 14, 2007. It was submitted that as the state had no objection therefore the university was not entitled to proceed for cancellation of affiliation.

Raipur students strike enters fifth day

The ongoing strike by students of the Punjab College of Education Raipur, entered the fifth day today with students urging the Punjabi University authorities to intervene immediately to solve the problems being faced by the students.

The strike by the students, which is being spearheaded by the Students Federation of India (SFI), today saw the students reaching the office of the Dean, (Academics) of the university after lodging their protest in front of the main gate of the college.

SFI state joint secretary Ravinder Singh Nathumajra in a statement here said the college authorities were not allowing the students to even drink water from the college premises. He said instead of trying to resolve the matter, the college authorities were ringing up the residences of the students, including girls, and making false complaints against them.

Mr Nathumajra said the Dean (Academics) had earlier also been apprised of the position and had even assured that the issue would be resolved by February 24. He said the university had already served a legal notice on the college which did not have the requisite facilities and that in case the college did not fufil the conditions it could be derecognised. He said now the SFI had again requested the university to intervene to resolve the matter. He said if this was not done, the students would further intensify their strike.

Annual function organised

The Punjab College of Education, Chuni Kalan, organised its first annual prize distribution on the college campus. Mr Bir Devinder Singh, former Deputy Speaker, was the chief guest in the morning session of the function and distributed prizes among the outstanding students.

In his address, he highlighted the role of the youth in the development, prosperity and security of the country. He said future of the country depended on how the youth behaved. He further said India got independence after a long struggle and now it was the moral responsibility of all to maintain communal harmony and accelerate the pace of development.

In the evening session, Mr Ranbir Singh Libra, OSD to Mr Sukhdev Singh Libra, MP, presided over the function and also announced a grant of Rs 1 lakh from the MP fund.

College lecturer commits suicide

A college lecturer allegedly committed suicide by consuming poisonous substance in Sector 71 here.

According to the police, Amardeep Kaur (28), who worked as a lecturer at Punjab College of Education, Chunni, died at a private hospital in Phase III B2 today.

She was brought to the hospital last evening after she allegedly consumed poison. She leaves a son who is less than three-year-old. It is alleged that she took the extreme step as she was harassed by her in-laws in connection with dowry.

The police has booked four persons, including her husband, Ajit Pal Singh, under Section 304 B of the IPC. The others against whom the case has been registered are Charanjit Singh, father-in-law, Harinder Kaur, mother-in-law, and Jyoti, sister-in-law.

The police said that the case was registered on the complaint of the father of the deceased, Dr Balbir Singh, who worked as a professor at the Punjab Agricultural University, Ludhiana.

The father had alleged in the complaint that his daughter, who was married about three year ago, was harassed by her — laws who kept demanding dowry.

At one time the couple got separated and a complaint was made to the International Human Rights Organisation. After the intervention of the organisation, the couple again started living together after a compromise was struck. Ajit Pal Singh was reportedly working as a commission agent at Chamkaur Sahib.

The deceased could not give any statement before dying as she reportedly remained unconscious since last evening.

The body was sent to the Civil Hospital for a post mortem examination.

The in-laws of the deceased had reportedly fled and no arrests had been made by the police till the time of filing the report.

College allowed to make B.Ed admissions

A division bench, comprising Justice A.K. Goel and Justice Ajai Lamba, yesterday quashed the memo and show-cause notice issued to Punjab College of Education, located in Patiala district, by Punjabi University, Patiala, and allowed it to make admissions for the BEd course.

The facts of the case, according to the petition filed by Baba Dhall Education Society of India and the Punjab College of Education, that the university had issued a memo, dated October 23, 2006, and a show-cause notice, dated June 18, 2007, pointing out some deficiencies in the college and asking it as to why the affiliation of the college should not be cancelled.

The petitioners then moved the High Court. They averred that the deficiencies as pointed out by the university to them had been removed. It was only after proper inspection that recognition was granted by the National College for Teachers Education (NCTE).

It was also submitted that the director, public instructions (colleges), had also permitted the petitioners’ inclusion in counselling for 2007-08 for BEd admissions vide letter dated September 14, 2007. It was submitted that as the state had no objection therefore the university was not entitled to proceed for cancellation of affiliation.

Raipur students strike enters fifth day

The ongoing strike by students of the Punjab College of Education Raipur, entered the fifth day today with students urging the Punjabi University authorities to intervene immediately to solve the problems being faced by the students.

The strike by the students, which is being spearheaded by the Students Federation of India (SFI), today saw the students reaching the office of the Dean, (Academics) of the university after lodging their protest in front of the main gate of the college.

SFI state joint secretary Ravinder Singh Nathumajra in a statement here said the college authorities were not allowing the students to even drink water from the college premises. He said instead of trying to resolve the matter, the college authorities were ringing up the residences of the students, including girls, and making false complaints against them.

Mr Nathumajra said the Dean (Academics) had earlier also been apprised of the position and had even assured that the issue would be resolved by February 24. He said the university had already served a legal notice on the college which did not have the requisite facilities and that in case the college did not fufil the conditions it could be derecognised. He said now the SFI had again requested the university to intervene to resolve the matter. He said if this was not done, the students would further intensify their strike.

Annual function organised

The Punjab College of Education, Chuni Kalan, organised its first annual prize distribution on the college campus. Mr Bir Devinder Singh, former Deputy Speaker, was the chief guest in the morning session of the function and distributed prizes among the outstanding students.

In his address, he highlighted the role of the youth in the development, prosperity and security of the country. He said future of the country depended on how the youth behaved. He further said India got independence after a long struggle and now it was the moral responsibility of all to maintain communal harmony and accelerate the pace of development.

In the evening session, Mr Ranbir Singh Libra, OSD to Mr Sukhdev Singh Libra, MP, presided over the function and also announced a grant of Rs 1 lakh from the MP fund.

Lecture on influenzae strains

Dr Ramneet Kaur, a bio -medical scientist from Harvard Medical School, Boston, visited the Punjab College of Education, Raipur and delivered an extension lecture to students and faculty members here today.

While addressing the gathering, Dr Ramneet explained about the disease caused by H.influenzae strains. She informed that there was a vaccine avaible for H. influenzae strains but was not effective against all strains of H.influenzae. She added that the vaccine was expensive for a developing country like India.

Dr Ramneet Kaur had earlier did her Ph.D in bacterial genetics from the Department of Experimental Medicine at the PGI, Chandigarh. At present she is working as scientist with Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Centre in Boston.

Summary: Punjab College of Education (PCE), Chunni Kalan Punjab website, mobile, contact address and approval / recognition details.