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MGN College of Education, Jalandhar, Punjab
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Adarsh Nagar
Jalandhar (District Jalandhar)
Punjab, India
Pin Code : 144008


MGN College of Education, Jalandhar Punjab is a recognised institute / college. Status: Co.Ed.. MGN College of Education, Jalandhar Punjab is also known as Montgomery Guru Nanak College of Education. MGN College of Education, Jalandhar Punjab was established on / in 1955.


Principal of MGN College of Education, Jalandhar Punjab is Mrs Neelu Jhanji (Mobile 9915142889).

MGN College of Education is situated in Jalandhar of Punjab state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Jalandhar comes under Jalandhar Tehsil, Jalandhar District.

Fax # of MGN College of Education, Jalandhar Punjab is 0181-254461.

Mobile No(s) of concerned persons at MGN College of Education, Jalandhar Punjab are 98152-22084.

email ID(s) is MGN College of Education Jalandhar Punjab

Website of MGN College of Education, Jalandhar Punjab is www.mgncollege.org.

Chairman : Gurinder Singh Narula.

Contact Details of MGN College of Education, Jalandhar Punjab are : Telephone: +91-181-2201883, 2254461, 94646-78794

Principal:
Dr. Amit Kauts, 52-G.F. Saraswati Vihar, Kapurthala Road, Jalandhar.
D.O.B. : 23-05-1970
Secretary: Jarnail Singh Pasricha
Trustees: Gurpreet Singh Pasricha, Jasmeet Kaur, Manjeet Kaur Pasricha

Earlier Principal Dr. Amit Kauts


Other colleges of Guru Nanak College Group, Jalandhar
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MGN College of Education, Jalandhar Punjab runs course(s) in Education, Computer stream(s).
B Ed, M.Ed., PGDCA, Ph.D.

Approval details: MGN College of Education is affiliated with Guru Nanak Dev University (GNDU), Amritsar (Punjab)


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History of MGN College

After annexation of the Punjab in 1849, the Sikhs had to step down from the pedestal of their political glory. In the wake of this event, the invasion of the western culture and ideas that followed weaned the Sikhs from their social, moral and cultural traditions. All this, in itself, was a challenge to those who took pride in the Sikh ethos. Moreover, the D.A.V. movement by the Arya Samaj and the Aligarh movement challenged the Sikhs to wake up and do something to broaden the mental horizons of the younger generation. Education, they were convinced, was the best tool to effect desired transformation. As a result, a crop of khalsa schools and colleges sprang up at various places, courtesy, the Sri Guru Singh Sabha Unit. One such unit was formed at Montgomery now in Pakistan. Of its office bearers, Sardar Hukam Singh, the distinguished Speaker of the Lok sabha and later Governor, Rajasthan and Bhai Gobind Singh Pasricha - the founder architect of the whole complex of the Montgomery Guru Nanak institutions had been working as a team since 1922. From 1925 onwards, Late Sardar Gian Singh Rai joined them and the trio continued to work together for a long period to see their dreams come true.

Owing to unprecedented socio-political developments of 1942, it seemed for a while that Sri Guru Singh Sabha won't survive this shock. But with the collaboration of two major players Sardar Hukam Singh and Sardar Gian Singh Rai, Bhai Gobind Singh Pasricha reconstituted the old Guru Singh Sabha unit at Jalandhar, as was operative in Montgomery.

The first in the series of Montgomery Guru Nanak institutions, was MGN Girls Primary School near Adda Hoshiarpur, Jalandhar. This achievement was followed soon by establishing of two other schools - MGN Khalsa High school, Basti Bawa Khel, Jalandhar and MGN Khalsa High School at Jalandhar Cantt.

Soon after making MGN a name, elevating it to greater heights in the field of Education, Bhai Gobind Singh Pasricha breathed his last on November 25, 1972, leaving behind him a rich heritage. With the passing away of this creative genius, the old management was replaced by the Montgomery Guru Nanak Educational Trust, Jalandhar.


At present Sardar Gurinder Singh Narula is the chairman of this Trust and Sardar Jarnail Singh Pasricha the Silver Jubilian Hony. Secretary of this worthy organization and they have been doing a commendable job for more than 25 years.

NAAC report of Montgomery Guru Nanak College Of Education

SECTION - 1
INTRODUCTION:
The Montgomery Guru Nanak (MGN) College of Education, Jalandhar was established in August 1955 with a H. T. Course. With the passage of time, the nomenclature of the course changed to B.Ed. The College introduced an M.Ed. Course in 1996; got recognition for Ph.D. programme from the University in 2001. Later in 2002 the College started Post Graduate Diploma in Computer Application with special emphasis on Teacher Education. The MGN College of Education is affiliated to the Guru Nanak Dev University Amritsar. The College is situated in a central place at Adarsh Nagar in the City of Jalandhar. The College Campus covers an area of about 6.5 acres. The campus is shared by an school of the Trust.

The College is run under the banner of Montgomery Guru Nanak Educational Trust. There are 8 other institutions run by the same management. One of these institutions is a G. N. College of Education at Kapurthala. The remaining seven are schools at Jalandhar and Kapurthala; one of the schools started only this year i.e. 2005-2006. The college under assessment is co-educational in nature. B.Ed and M.Ed courses of the College have been recognized by the NCTE vide their letter no. F. 3 / PB-21/99-6476 dtd. 23.2.99, with an intake of 130 students and letter no. F.3 / PB - 9 / M.Ed 1 2000/ 4740 dated 25.07.2000 with an intake of 25 students respectively. There are 7 students registered for Ph.D. degree under the guidance and supervision of three faculty members. The College has not yet produced any Ph.D. The college has Annual System for all the courses it runs. For the sessions 2002-03 and 2003-04, the results were almost 100% and the College has 3rd rank among B.Ed students in consecutive years. During 2000-01, the College Students got all the first 3 positions in the University and in 2001-02 examination 1st and 3rd position has been secured by the students. The M.Ed students have also made its mark by obtaining II position in 2001-02 and 2003-04. The faculty is encouraged to participate in seminars and conferences.

There are 15 faculty members including the Principal. Five are having Ph.D. degrees. All the faculty members covered under the grant scheme are qualified as per the UGC norms. As per the SAR there are at present only 9 faculty members, and the Librarian, in permanent positions. There is one regular Library Attendant. Among the administrative staff there is one Office Supdt., one Junior Assistant and one Clerk. Out of the nine (9) class IV employees, seven (8) are permanent and two (2) are employed on contract basis. In addition to this, there is one Physical Education Teacher and Demonstrator.

The college is under deficit Grant - in - aid scheme of Punjab Government. During the year 2003-04, the college spent Rs.10,12,102 = 00 under plan and Rs.56,94,445=00 under Non plan heads. During the same financial year, the college received Rs.18,96,000=00 as grant - in - aid from the state and Rs.70,747=00 from UGC . The rest of funds are raised by the College through tuition fee and donations. The unit cost comes to Rs.44,421/= per student per year. The college has almost all the support services and has good linkages with the Local Municipal Corporation, Civil Hospital and practicing schools.

The mission statement of the college is "To serve society at large by providing effective and productive citizens ". The Vision of the College which has recently developed after the new Principal joined is as Developing Institutional Ethos with focus on Vitalizing Teaching Learning Process, Functional Relationship with Schools, Professional Development of Teachers with Research Orientation.

The College applied for assessment and accreditation to NAAC, vide letter no. MCE/2005/5520 dated 6.6.2005. Consequently, the NAAC constituted a peer team comprising Prof. Mohammad Miyan, Dean, Faculty of Education lamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi as Chairman- Coordinator, Prof. Ch. Vijayalakshmi, Dean, Faculty of Education, Sri Padmavathi Mahila Visvavidyalayam, Trupati, as a member and Dr. Shanthi Promod, Principal, N K T National College of Education for Woman, Chennai as a member. The peer team visited the college on Sept 26- 27, 2005 for a discussion with various stakeholders and for spot validation of information contained in the Appraisal Report submitted by the College.

SECTION - 2
CRITERION I - CURRICULAR DESIGN AND PLANNING
Students are admitted into B.Ed. Course through centralized Entrance test conducted by one of the universities in the State by rotation. Where as for admission in M.Ed. course the merit list is prepared by the admission committee of the college based on the entrance test conducted by the college, B.Ed. marks, performance in post graduate degree and the performance in the interview.

The course outline is prepared by the university but the faculty in the college prepares the almanac with inbuilt flexibility regarding the sequence or teaching different units within the frame work of the syllabus. The college conducts staff meetings for planning different programmes and activities needed for the course. In addition to 4 core papers, Art, Craft, Computers, Health and Physical Education, Community services and co-curricular activities are given equal importance and students are given opportunity to select two teaching subjects from eight combinations. IT instructions are provided to every student.

Every student has to practice 25 lessons in each of the two school subjects selected in addition to practicing 5 micro lessons in each subject. Every student records observations on 15 composite and 5 micro lessons in each school subject.

Formative, summative evaluation and personal attention in tutorial classes are in practice. Morning Assembly, prayers, sharing few ideas in group discussion, team teaching etc are found.

CRITERION 11- CURRICULUM TRANSACTION & EVALUATION
Orientation about the course Time table, almanac, evaluation procedures, curricular and co-curricular programmes of the year are given and discussed with the students at the beginning of the year.

The methods, techniques, strategies that are advocated through seminars are practiced. In each school subject two macro lessons and 2 micro lessons are demonstrated by College teachers. Teaching practice is taken care in three phases.

Two weeks for Pre-practice teaching.
Four weeks for Internship and
Two weeks for Post-Internship

The team also visited two practicing schools for the verification of the information and found that the first phase is of 2 week duration and the last phase is of 4 week duration. The pupil teachers organize competitions among children in practicing schools.
Students participate in a number of curricular, co-curricular activities and take up community and social work. They participate in various competitions and many of then'l secured University Ranks in their achievement.

One Principal and 9 staff members are permanent and 5 faculty members are working on adhoc basis. Same faculty members are handling both B.Ed. and M.Ed. courses. Thirteen non teaching staff and one librarian working in the college. Three staff members are Recognized Guides of Sri Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar and 7 students registered their names under them for doing research. The staff are encouraged to pursue research / participate in Workshops / Conferences / Seminars and to give Guest lectures. Most of the staff are NET qualified. All the Staff members are involved actively in doing research either by giving guidance or by doing research projects or by publishing papers. In a year atleast, one Conference / Workshop / Seminars and 4 guest lectures are being arranged for the college students and also for practicing schools.

Formats are given to the faculty for self-appraisal. Principal also prepares Confidential Report and discusses in the Staff meetings.

Ten schools are identified for practice teaching. Attempts are being made to follow Learner Centered pedagogy.

IT is made compulsory for all the students. Value education is implicit in morning assembly. I Community work, Co-curricular activities and Awareness. Programmes that are organised. Activities like Artwork, Embroidery, Ceramic and Painting etc are done in Work Experience / SUPW classes.

CRITERION III - RESEARCH DEVELOPMENT AND EXTENSION:
Dissertation is compulsory for all M.Ed. students. Five faculty members possess Ph.D degree and one acquired M.Phil Degree. Three of them are Guiding Scholars for Ph.D. The faculty is participating in State / National and Inter-National Seminars and Conferences. Staff members are encouraged to do research either by adjusting their class work or by giving study leave etc. The college organizes at least one Workshop/ Conference in a year. The college proposed the establishment of a research cell.

Students participate in NSS Programmes. College faculty act as Resource Persons in various in educational institutions in Punjab. They also take up consultancy work.

CRITERION IV: INFRASTRUCTURE AND LEARNING RESOURCES
Montgomery Guru Nanak College of Education is blessed with superior infrastructure facilities, with enriched building and greeneries to cater to the needs of 130 B.Ed. students, and 25 M.Ed. students. It has an extensive campus spread over 6.5 acres of land; 4 rooms have been allotted for B.Ed., 2 for M.Ed., 1 room for PGDCA, a common room for girls and doctor's clinic with part - time doctor twice a week. PGDCA course has been discontinued for the last two years for the want of admission seekers to the course.

The institution has succeeded in generating, creating and maintaining the needed buildings with beautiful and pollution free infrastructure.

Infrastructure of the college is put to optimum use by sharing with fellow institutions and letting it for various academic and professional activities of different organization and NGO's.

The library is well equipped with proper storing and seating arrangement to accommodate 40 students at a time. Separate rooms for faculty and college with additional seating arrangement is also provided in library. Apart from 3 members of advisory committee, there is also a sub-committee of five members to purchase books for the library. The library has 19,557 books, 132 encyclopedias, 16 Journals, 14 Magazines and 6 daily newspapers. The library is opened for 7 hrs on weekdays and for 5 hours during holidays. Book Bank facility is also provided for the poor and needy students. Automation of the library has begun and about 361 books have been entered in the database.

The college has a well-equipped Computer Laboratory with 12 computers with latest configuration and Internet facilities to cater to the needs of B.Ed and M.Ed. students. Actually the lab was developed for PGDCA course. Psychology laboratory is well maintained with more than 150 test materials. Test materials are used by trainees as well as by researchers. Other laboratories for Science, Technology and Art are moderately equipped.

The college pays special attention to all round development of its students. It has sufficient space for conducting indoor and outdoor games with well - equipped sports items. Workshop and Instrumentation Centre are properly designed and used. For out door games, the college students make use of the school grounds which is adjacent to the MGN College of Education.

The welfare programmes like health club, canteen, guidance and counselling and placement services are organised for the benefit of the students. There is also provision for grant of freeships and scholarships to deserving students.

CRITERION V: STUDENT SUPPORT AND PROGRESSION
The institution has developed reasonably sound and realistic student support services and ~as also developed proper progression route for its student. The college has produced 100% results year after year with university rank holders and the drop out rate being minimum. It has a brilliant track record of achievements in respect of its old students holding the posts of VC, Ministers, D.E.Os., Principals and many as Senior Administrators in the departmental hierarchy. Many students have come out successful in the National and State level competitions. .

Apart from State and Central Govt. financial aid to deserving reserved category Student College also provides financial aid to the poor and deserving students. The information brochure includes academic calendar, faculty profile, rules and regulations that are updated every year and circulated to the students. Guidance and Counselling centre offers personal, educational and vocational counseling to the students.

Though the college has no formal placement, yet it provides ample opportunities for the placement of its students in various institutions. Grievance cell is formed for the benefit of the students and staff, but it needs further strengthening.

Thoughts and feelings of students are expressed through the college magazine. Students' outlook and horizon of knowledge are broadened by arranging tours and excursions.

Special attention is given to co-curricular and cultural activities. Efficiency of the college is maintained by various committees of the college and co-curricular activities by the various clubs formed. The college organizes qualitative programmes from time to time. The college makes provision for a wider variety of recreational services.

CRITERION VI: ORGANISATION AND MANAGEM.
The institution is managed by a Trust of eminent and duty minded people who are totally dedicated to he promotion of education. College uses the services of expert committees for planning and monitoring of the various courses. It also has a committee for streaming the work of non-teaching staff. It has internal and external mechanism to co-ordinate and monitor the efficiency of the institution.

Professional improvement of teachers and non-teaching staff are well taken care of with professional development programmes being carried out periodically. The office, library and accounts staff have been trained in the use of computers. The principal together with the committee evaluate the performance and work efficiency of the non-teaching staff. The college conducts a number of professional development programmes for its teaching and non-teaching staff.

Recruitment of the staff is done as per the rules of UGC, State Govt. and University. Additional staff fund from the students' fee is used for appointing adhoc and guest teaching staff. The state govt. fixes the fee structure for the various courses.

The college has a built-in mechanism to check the work efficiency of the staff through teaching appraisal forms and college feedback proforma. The annual financial budget of the college is prepared by the Principal and approved by the Trust. The annual budget shows deficit for the last two years. .

College has generated its funds to start an IT certificate course for B.Ed students and a PGDCA course. It also conducts coaching classes every year in order to prepare the students to appear for B.Ed entrance test. Loans are made available for the staff from nationalised banks through Principal. The provident fund scheme is in operation.

There is a Grievance Redressal mechanism, which tries to resolve the problem faced by teachers and students through the method of open discussions. The college administration work is carried out with substantial transparency and mutual understanding.

The college has adopted a mechanism for internal quality checks and is open to modem managerial concepts such as strategic planning, teamwork, participation and decision making which has maintained an efficient standard of administration.

The democratic, committed teamwork by the institution and transparent style of management has ensured the co-operation and goodwill in day-to-day work.

SECTION - 3
OVERALL ANALYSIS AND SUGGESTIONS
The college was established in 1955 with a Bachelor of Training course under the Montgomery Guru Nanak Educational Trust. Since then the college has made significant progress in terms of infrastructure facilities and academic upliftment besides adding M.Ed. courses in the year 1996-97 and getting some faculty members as Registered Guide for Ph.D. in 2001-2002.; The college also started a self - financing Post graduate Diploma in Computer Application ( PGDCA ) with special emphasis on Teacher Education. PGDCA could not sustain for reasons explained earlier in the report but the college is making some use of the computer lab for B.Ed. and M.Ed. students in meeting their curriculum requirement and also offers special course in Web Design for which the students are given 'Certificate of Merit'. The college provides free internet facilities to students and teachers. There is Xerox facility available on payment basis.

Admission to B.Ed. course are conducted by a state level test while M.Ed admissions are conducted by the college itself. The NCTE has granted recognition to these courses with intake of 130 and 25 students respectively. Students by and large are quite motivated and participate in the college development activities as true stake holders. Curricular transaction is suitably done with the help of participatory approaches to learning. The ratio of internal and external weightage for theory papers is 20:80 and for practicals - 40:60. There are many activities listed in B.Ed. curriculum to be undertaken by B.Ed. students for their internal assessments. For preparation of 'School Experience' the college arranges demonstration lessons and micro teaching. Pupil teachers go for teaching practice in two phases and besides delivering specified number of lesson observe lessons, of peers and participate in other school activities. The teaching practice is organized in 10 schools.

The faculty is relatively young and enthusiastic and seems keen learners The college has become
handicapped by the recent govt. notifications ( July 2005) for not filling the vacant posts. Recently two faculty positions fell vacant which unfortunately could not be filled up. The faculty participates in seminars and conferences and the young Principal is full of ideas who needs encouragement. Some of the faculty are guiding research and some others are conducting research for obtaining their Ph.D. degrees. Labs are by and large, properly equipped. There needs to be a little more awareness on the part of female students about the functions of women cell. NSS is recently revived and the Alumni Association revival is three years old. The peer team has high hopes from the Alumni Association for their Participation in the development of the Institution. Though I there seems not much scope for providing medical and other assistance, but the Trust gives tuition free education in its institution to wards of permanent and regular employees. Employees also get, though meager, a monthly medical allowance Most of the class IV staff are given quarters and are not charged for electricity and water consumption. The Campus Canteen is tastefully constructed and is adequate.

The management of the college is forward looking and ever ready to support the ideas emanating from the faculty. The management definitely non-interfering in academic matters of the college and having liberal views. The college publishes its Brochure and Magazine regularly.

The peer team also would like to offer a few suggestions for the consideration of the College and to Management:

*The college may take up the case of reducing the number of activities to be taken up by the B.Ed. students with the BOS as it seems impossible for a student to indulge seriously in all these activities. The performance in them also be assessed internally.

*ET Lab may further be strengthened and developed into a teaching lab of its own as the college would want to see the real impact of micro-teaching on students. Proper video feedback will make it possible.

*The college may also include speakers on Action Research / Research methodology in their extension lecturer programmes.

*The college very meticulously organizes practice teaching but there seems very little scope of interaction between the school incharges of teaching practice and the college of Education. It is suggested that the college may organise a Pre-Training Practice conference of Principals and School Incharges of Teaching Practice schools. This would help both in meeting the objective of giving school experience to pupil teachers. Moreover, the time schedule could also be finalized in this conference. Further at the end of the year, a feed back meeting with the school incharges may be organized and they should be felicitated at the annual function of the college. Weare sure this will develop a lasting relationship between schools and the college.

*The Trust may consider to build a small hostel for students particularly girls who come from outside Jalandhar. This may probably also encourage girls with rural background.

*The Girls' Common Room may be provided sufficient lockers keeping the number of girls enrolled in view.

*As regard the appraisal of teachers performance, the students' points of view may also be considered.

*A Scooter cum Cycle shed may be constructed.

*Though the college is developing a Research Cell, it would be advisable to have library also connected with internet and with other national libraries.

We wish the college success in all its endeavors for its own development and quality enhancement in teacher education in general.

The peer team is grateful to the Management, Principal and Staff of the Montgomery Guru Nanak College of Education, Jalandhar (Punjab) for their cooperation and support to the team in carrying out the task of on spot validation of the SSA and Assessment of the college. The team also wishes to place on record its appreciation for the hospitality provided by the College. We are also grateful to the Alumni Association for providing us relaxing moments by organizing a Cultural Evening on Sept 26.

(Prof. Mohammad Miyan)
Chairman-Coordinator

(Dr. Shanthi Promod)
Member

(Prof. Ch. Vijyalakshmi)
Member

(Dr. Amit Kauta)
Principal
Montgomery Guru Nanak College of Education
Jalandhar (Punjab)

KOMAL SHARMA Versus G N D U AND ORS CWP 4893 of 2008

IN THE HIGH COURT OF PUNJAB AND HARYANA AT CHANDIGARH

Date of Decision:01.04.2008
Komal Sharma .....Petitioner
versus
Guru Nanak Dev University Amritsar and others .....Respondents.

CORAM:
HON'BLE MR.JUSTICE ASHUTOSH MOHUNTA AND
HON'BLE MR.JUSTICE KANWALJIT SINGH AHLUWALIA.

Present:
Ms.Jatinder Jit Kaur Advocate for the petitioner.
Mr.D.S.Patwalia Advocate for respondents No.1 to 3.

ASHUTOSH MOHUNTA J.(Oral)
The petitioner who is appearing in the M.Ed. Examination in April 2007 is a regular student of M.G.N. College of Education Jalandhar for the Session 2006-07. She cleared all the papers except one paper i.e. “Paper-3 Educational Research and Statistics”. The petitioner applied for re-appear in the said paper.
Learned counsel for the petitioner submits that as per the Ordinance 9.2 of the Ordinances and Syllabus for the M.Ed Course for the year 2006-07 if a candidate fails-remains absent in one paper only but has passed all the remaining papers he shall be permitted to appear in that paper in the next two consecutive years. On the basis of the aforementioned Ordinance learned counsel for the petitioner submits that the petitioner was entitled to re-appear in the paper in which she remained absent.

Mr.Patwalia learned counsel for respondents No.1 to 3 submits that the Ordinance 9.2 stands deleted by the Syndicate vide para No.60 dated 18.10.1999 and has in fact inadvertently been shown in the Ordinances as well as in the Syllabus for the year 2006-07 hence the petitioner is not entitled to re-appear in the paper.

In the present case the Ordinance as well as the Syllabus which was issued clearly permitted a student who had absented or failed in one examination to re-appear. Therefore the petitioner was well within her right to re-appear in the “Paper-3 Educational Research and Statistics”.

Once it was indicated in the Ordinance that an absentee student can reappear
then the University can not disallow the petitioner from appearing in the Examination.

In view of the above we allow the instant writ petition and permit the petitioner to appear in “Paper-3 Educational Research and Statistics” which is scheduled to be held on 09.04.2008. The petitioner shall be issued Roll Number for the aforementioned paper forthwith. It is made clear that as the Ordinance 9.2 was inadvertently not deleted from the Ordinance therefore this order shall not be taken as a precedent in any other case.

Copy of the order be given dasti under the signatures of the Court Secretary attached to this Court.

( ASHUTOSH MOHUNTA)
JUDGE

(KANWALJIT SINGH AHLUWALIA)
JUDGE

MGN COLLEGE OF EDUCATION Vs STATE OF PUNJAB AND OTHERS



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