Annual Quality Assurance Report



Download 173.95 Kb.
Page3/3
Date03.05.2017
Size173.95 Kb.
TypeReport
1   2   3

23. Unit Cost of Education
24. Computerization of Administration/Admission/result/certificate

  • Administration Block is fully computerized

  • Broadband connection is installed in the Block.

  • Admission procedure is on- line. Result of different classes are also computerized.

  • IInd Gen Computers are added in this year computer Lab.

25. Increase in infrastructure facilities

The following items have been added to the infrastructure of the college to improve the facilities and amenities of the college.



  1. Yoga Carpet – (3972)

  2. Speakers Sanodythe - 02

  3. Matching Amplifier – 01

  4. Australian Monitor Speakers – 04

  5. Matching Amplifier Australian Monitor Synergy – 01

  6. Mixer 10 Channel Samson/ Sound Craft – 01

  7. Wires and Connector – 01 Lot

  8. Wipro Intel Pentium Dual Core, Keyboard Optical Mouse TFT Monitor – 10

  9. UPS 1400 VA Make Eltech -10

  10. Dot Matrix Printer 24 pin,136 column Heavy Duty -01

  11. Tab Table Textile - 04

  12. Table – 01

  13. Usha Allure Fashion Marker Machine – 01

  14. Rita T.A – 1 (Umbrella Model)

Machine with Table -05

  1. Rabbit Shape Dustbin - 02

  2. LCD Projector – 01

  3. Ceiling Mounting Kit – 01

  4. Yoga Asan Matt – 02

  5. Wooden Stool – 02

  6. Jogger – 01

  7. Statics Cycle - 01

  8. Rowing Machine – 01

  9. Heat Piller – 01

  10. Weighing Machine – 01

  11. Sphygmonano meter – 01

  12. Camera -01

  13. Sennheiser Headphones – 01

  14. Sennheiser Headphones -02

  15. UPS Battery – 35

  16. Green Chalk Board – 07

  17. Computer – 06

  18. UPS – 09

  19. Printer – 14

  20. Wipro Computer – 01

  21. UPS Wep - 01

  22. Laser printer – 01

  23. Panasonic Fax Machine -01

  24. UPS TVS – 01

  25. Wipro Laptop – 01

  26. Pen Driver – 01

  27. Gentestner Copy Printer – 01

  28. Library Almirah – 01

  29. Display Pin-up Board – 04

  30. Gold Sign Board – 01

  31. Gold Sign (20mm) Letters – 200

  32. Gold Sign (40mm) Letters – 26

  33. Single Pole Stand - 01

  34. Wipro Computer – 03

  35. Wipro Laptop – 01

  36. Table Chair Set – 75

  37. Display Pin-up Board – 02

  38. Rita Embroidery Machine – 01

  39. Silver Embroidery Machine – 01

  40. Rita Aristocrst Machine – 01

  41. Cloth Button Making Machine – 01

  42. Usha Stitch Magic Machine – 01

  43. Silver Soft Stitch Machine – 01

  44. River Knitting Machine – 01

  45. Silver Knitting Machine - 01

  46. Library Almirah – 02

  47. Podium – 02

  48. Library Almirah – 02

  49. One Teak Almirah – 01

  50. Camera – 01

  51. L.B.P 7750 CDN – 01

  52. MF 8030 CN – 01

  53. Samsung Refrigerator – 01

  54. AC 2TR Split – 08

  55. RICOH Digital Colour Copier model MP 2030 with Printer – 0


26. Technology Upgradation

Different computerized Audio-Visual Aids are available in the college, viz Interactive board, Touchscreen, Edu-set system. Broad-band connection is available for the teachers & students.


27. Computer & Internet Access & Training to Teachers & Students

Maximum teachers & students have got training in Computer education. Different courses are available in the Computer Vocational like IT, Web Designing,Vocational-computer,E-commerce etc. B.sc. in Computer Aided Textile and Fashion Designing.


28. Financial Aid to the Students

There are many types of stipends for the students of different categories.

Govt. provides the following stipends for the students belonging to specific classes of society.

Rs. 3000/- p.a. for S.C. students.

Rs. 1500/- p.a. for B.C. & LIG.

Rs. 2500/- p.a. for merit students.

There are some people providing help to deserving students e.g. Rukmani Devi Scholarship of Rs. 500/- per student per year for financially backward students.

Reshma Soap Factory sponsors 2 students every year by paying their full fees for the year.

U.G.C has sanctioned a grant under which the students are selected on merit-cum –means basis and awarded stipend of Rs. 500/- per month.
29.Activities & Support from ALUMNI Association

Every year ex-students of our college organize an Alumni meet. They get together as Mdsdians in the month of March & celebrate their heritage. They present many cultural programmes like singing, mimicry dancing etc.They also choose their representatives through fair voting. They elected their representatives for the year 2010-2011 as follows:

I Miss Shruti President

II Miss Avneet Secretary

III Mrs Bharti Vice President
AlumnI Association is very active in imparting help to their Alma-mater. Whenever, there is any national Seminar or Exhibition, our ex-students extend their full co-operation. This year also, on 18th March, 2011, an exhibition of art- work by renowed artists of India was organized and our AlumnI Association participated in it with full zeal & zest.
30. ACTIVITIES AND SUPPORT FROM THE PARENT-TEACHER ASSOCIATION: -
Parents are important stakeholders in any educational institution. So the involvement as well as recognition of the parents is given due weightage.


  • Throughout the session, the link has been established with the parents and guardians apprising them of their ward’s progress and lecture attendance. They are specifically made to notice if any student is not appearing in tests or is prone to absenteeism.

  • Parent-teacher meetings are arranged on group as well as individual basis to ensure the better performance of the students.

  • The suggestions of parents are invited and welcomed.

  • As a mark of recognition, whenever possible, parents are invited to grace the functions organized by the college.

  • Letters of congratulations are sent to the parents of students for outstanding performance in Academic or co-curricular activities.

31.Health services



  • First Aid & Home Nursing Training programme for students was organized by Red Cross Society,Ambala.About 90 students received this training & got knowledge about First Aid.

  • Our college established a Red Cross unit & Red Ribbon club. Both unit have organized lectures on Health care,blood donation, HIV/Aids Home Nursing & First Aid Medicines and Medical –Aid are also available in the college.


32. Sports Activities

Our college Athletics, Badminton, Ball Badminton, Lawn Tennis, Weight & Power Lifting teams participated in different Inter- College Tournaments held at different Colleges & University.



  1. In Annual Athletics meet held at Kurukshetra University Grounds in Oct 2010, our College Team participated.

  2. Our College Lawn –Tennis team participated in the tournament held at K.U.K on 25th Sept 2010

  3. The College Badminton team participated in Inter-College Competition held at S.A.Jain College, Ambala City in Sept 2010.

  4. The Weight & Power lifting Team of the college participated in the Inter-College Competitions held at Guru Nanak Khalsa College, Yamunanagar in 2010.

  5. The College Ball Badminton Team was placed 4th in the tournament held at YIET College Yamunanagar on 27.09.11 to 30.09.11.

33. INCENTIVES TO OUTSTANDING SPORTS PERSONS: -

Various incentives, concessions and scholarships are given to outstanding and deserving sportspersons to boost their morale. The main facilities include:



  • Fee- concession.

  • Free Sports kit & shoes.

  • Books from the library book-bank.

  • Refreshment.

  • T.A/D.A. for participating in tournaments.

  • Special scholarship to deserving & poor sports-girls.

The students who participated at National/ Intervarsity tournaments last year were honoured by the Management at Inaugural function of the college.
34. Students’ Achievements & Awards

Academic Achievements

B.A.I Out of 69 Students 18 Students have secured First division and 25 got second division.

B.A.II 20 Students secured First Div & 28 got Second division.

B.A.III 2 Students secured more than 75% marks and figured in Uni. Merit list 25 Students got first & 37 Students got Second division.

B.Com I 3 Students secured more than 75% marks. 12 passed in First Div & 10 Students in Second Div.

PGDCA In PGDCA there was one student securing First Division & two have scored Second Division.



Women Cell – Painting Competition

Miss Priyanka – First Prize

Miss Harjeet – Second Prize
Miss Ravneet –Third Prize
Sports – Annual Athletics Meet at K.U.K : 4th Place

Zonal Youth Festival – Miss Komal got ‘Commended’ in Classical Instrumental (Sitar Vadan)


Literary Society:

  • Won Running Trophy in Declamation Contest organized by Arya Girls College, Shahbad.

  • Won the Trophy in Declamation Contest organized by S.A.Jain P.G.College,Ambala City.

  • First Prize in Slogan Writing Competition organized at M.D.S.D.Girls College(won by Ms.Shashi Sharma)

  • First Prize in Inter-college Poetical Recitation contest organized by M.D.S.D. Girls College(won by Ms.Shashi)

  • First Prize in Inter College Declamation contest organized by M.D.S.D. Girls College (won by Ms.Gayatri).

  • Second Prize in Inter-College Declamation Contest organized by our college on the Topic Role of Youth in Co-operative socities(won by Ms.Ramanpreet Kaur)

  • Second Prize in Inter-College Declamation Contest organized by M.D.S.D.Girls College(won by Ms.Shashi Sharma)

  • Third prize in Inter-College Declamation contest on the topic ‘Role of Youth in Co-operative Societies’ (won by Ms.Gayatri).

  • Third Prize in Essay writing competition organized by S.A.Jain P.G. College Ambala City(won by Ms.Shashi)

  • Consolation Prize in Declamation contest organized by S.A.Jain P.G. College (won by Ms.Shashi).

  • Consolation Prize in Inter-college Poetical recitation Contest organized by M.D.S.D. Girls College(won by Ms.Gayatri)

35. Activities of Career & Counselling Cell

The Career and Counseling cell of the college works with full enthusiasm throughout the year towards,the bright future of the students. Under the inchargeship of Mrs. Asha khurana, assisted by Mrs. Suman Bajaj this counselling cell is committed to work in the direction of providing career-guidance to students regarding various vistas of higher studies/institutions of higher education/Entrance tests/opportunities and self employment. A number of seminars, workshops, visits to Job fests have been organized in the current academic session. A short term course on Soft-skills and Personality Development has also been organized in the session
The Career & Counseling cell organized a seminar on“Career Counselling’on 21-8-2010. Mr. Harjit Ahuja, Chairman Discovery Global Services Inc. and Director, Mentors(India) Pvt. Ltd. delivered a lecture with special focus on need for enhancing soft skills which are required in Service Industry and suggested many ways to improve their performance in G.D & PI .Principal Dr.(Mrs) Kiran Angra stressed the importance of developing confidence and over-all personality
Career & Counseling cell of the college organized a seminar on EDUCATION AND IMMIGRATION on 8 Sept.10 in collaboration with Auscan Consultants (India) Ltd. Mr. Sunil Kumar Jaggi, immigration Adviser of Auscan consultancy apprised the students of the vast educational and employment opportunities available in other countries like Australia, Canada, U.S.A & New Zealand etc. He also made them aware how the students can avail these opportunities to ensure a bright career. He emphasized the importance of developing soft skills, personality grooming, developing good communication skills and ‘presentations’.

A course of Soft Skills & Personality Development started in the month of Sept’10 and continued for about 6 months to equip the students with soft skills and make them confident to face interviews and ensure placements.


A Visit to the Job Fair cum Self- Employment & Vocational Guidance Seminar was organized by Department of Employment, Haryana at Panchayat Bhawan, Ambala city on 14th Dec 2010. The series of lectures delivered by Career Experts invited by State Career Guidance Center(State Employment Exchange Bays No: 55-58,2nd Floor, Paryatan Bhawan-Sec 2,PKL(0172-2560048, 0172-2560058)) was of much benefit to the students Some companies had also organized their interviews on the venue but most of them wanted technical professionals. Still our students could make the best of this exposure by learning & experience.
Two-Day Workshop was organized on 9th &10th Feb 2011 in collaboration with SPARX GLOBAL, a Carrer Consultancy based in Delhi. Mr. Daksh Dawar apprised the students of the need and ways to analyse one’s own objectives, potentials and aptitude. He also told them to identify their goals accordingly. Individual counselling was done to develop the confidence of the student. On the second day, Prof A.K. Mitra from IIBS, Delhi, guided he students about Group Discussion Skills and technique for preparing presentations. A one day seminar on ‘Different Carrer Avenues for Women in Public and Private Sector’ was organized on 15th March 2011 to provide information and awareness about the vast horizons of carrer opportunities available for the students.
On 16-03-2011 a Workshop on Interview skills was conducted in collaboration with Swami Vivekananda Group of Institutions. The guest faculty included Ms. Monika chadha, Ms. Dipti Thaman, Prof Sushil and Mrs. Monika. The faculty gave vital tips to the students regarding successful interviews.

36. The students were also motivated to participate in Mega job festival organized by

N.V.G. school of Business on 18th march 2011.Their Resume were fine-tuned and they were given practice with mock-interviews to boost their confidence.



37. Development Programme for Non-teaching staff

All the non-teaching staff have been given a training in computer education. They are working with computer. whole system is computerized i.e admissions, fee structure, salaries, library system, results.


38.(a) CULTURAL SOCIETY

  • The Cultural Society of the college organised the inaugural function of the college with holy incantations and “Yajna’.




  • Talent Hunting Show was organised to search the variegated talents of the new students in the college in the beginning of the Session. Painting Competition, Declamation & Poetical Recitation Contest, Quiz Competitions, Singing, Dancing, Acting, Mime, Musical (Instrumental) etc Competitions were organised. The names of the winners of different competitions were sent to the university as the prize-money is sent by them. The winners of the last year competitions were also given prizes.




  • Farewell Party was co-ordinated by the Cultural Society towards the end of the session and the students of B.A II & B.COM II presented a wonderful cultural show and organised ‘Beauty with Talent’ competition for the outgoing students of B.A III & B.COM III. The students declared Miss MDSD ARTS & RUNNERS UP, Miss MDSD COMMERCE & RUNNERS UP, Miss Well-Dressed (Arts & Commerce) were selected and honored with Crowns & Saches.


(b) Youth Welfare Club:

  • Six students of this college were selected to fill in the nomination forms for the Basic Youth Leadership Program and Trekking camp to be organized in May, June 2012 by Kurukshetra University.

  • Youth and Welfare Department of Kurukshetra University organized a Haryana Dance Workshop in which our students participated and learnt the nuances of this Folk Dance. They made presentation of Folk Dance on the concluding day of the Workshop which was much acclaimed and applauded.

(C) Literary Society 2011-2012
The Literary Society of the college under the able guidance of Dr Jeewanti Joshi organised a number of inter-college activities and participated in Distt. State Level and National Seminars organised by other institutions and organisations. The major activities are as follows:

  • The Literary Society organised a debate on the topic of 'Effect of Western Culture and Civilization on the modern Indian Youth in the collaboration with N.S.S & N.C.C units of the college and Civil Hospital, Ambala on the occasion of "INTERNATIONAL YOUTH DAY”. Winners of the debate were given various prizes.




  • The Literary society of the college selected and prepared the students of the college to participate in various competitions and contests organised by the following colleges, Institutions, Kurukshetra University and won many prizes.




  • Essay Writing Competition organised by D.A.V College for Women, Karnal.

  • Poetical Recitation Contest organised by Dharohar Haryana Museum, K.U.K.

  • Declamation Contest Organised by S.A Jain College, Ambala City.

  • Declamation Contest Organised by M.N College, Shahbad.

  • Declamation Contest On 'Female Foeticide' organised by Red Cross Society, Ambala.

  • Declamation Contest Organised by Dept. of Youth & Cultural Affairs, Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra

  • Debate on 'Role of Women and the Youth is not effective in Indian Democracy' organised by Govt. College, Ambala Cantt.

  • Shaheed Major Amit Ahuja Poetical Recitation Contest organised by D.A.V College, Ambala City

  • 'Padam Singh Sharma Kamlesh Memorial' Poetical symposium organised by G.M.N College, Ambala Cantt

  • Declamation Contest on "Co-operative Movement: its present state and direction" organised by our college in collaboration with 'HARCOFED', Chandigarh.

  • The Literary Society of the college organised Inter College Sudarshan Kumar Bansal Memorial Declamation Contest and Inter College Chaman Lal Aggarwal Poetical Recitation Contest on 12 Feb 2012. Students from different colleges of Ambala and many other Districts around Ambala competed in these two competitions for the Running Trophies and individual Prizes. Although the host college did not compete for Trophy, but the level of their participation was highly appreciated.

(d) NCC Report 2011-12





  • 18 NCC cadets attended ATC camp at Arya College Ambala Cantt from 28 June to 7 July2011.

  • NCC unit organised a rally against female foeticide and HIV AIDS in collaboration with NSS Unit and Health Department.

  • Our NCC unit organised a Tree Plantation Camp in the our college campus.

  • Three NCC cadets attended ATC camp from 13 Oct to 22 Oct. at Arya college Ambala Cantt.

  • 22 NCC cadets attended ATC Camp from 29th Oct. 2011 to 7th Nov. 2011 at Arya College, Ambala Cantt.

  • Our NCC Unit organised a Rally in collaboration with Nehru Study Centre for the awareness of physically disabled persons

  • NCC cadets participated in Distt. Level Republic day parade at Ambala city Police Line parade Ground.

  • 19 NCC cadets appeared in ‘C’ cert Exam at S.D. College Ambala Cantt on 18th &19th Feb.2012.

  • 21 NCC cadets appeared in ‘B’ cert Exam at S.D. College Ambala Cantt on 3rd & 4th March 2012.

  • Two NCC cadets U.O. Deepika & sgt Amandeep got Sahara Scholarship of Rs. 12,000/- each for the Session 2010-2011.


(e) Nature Club

Nature Club of the college orgainsed a Workshop on Environment and Health-care on 4.09.2010.Miss Shruti Behgal a teacher from VLCC stressed in her Lecture that there is a cure for every problem in Naturopathy. Mrs Harmanjeet Sodhi Branch Manager of VLCC madethe Students aware of the career opportunities in this field.


(f) Gandhian Studies CentreAnnual Report 2011-2012
Gandhian Studies & Research Centre is running very Successfully since 2006 with the objective of giving theoretical as well practical knowledge to the students and to the women residents of Ambala to strengthen them morally, academically and financially. Various means have been adopted to meet these objectives.

  • Following short term certificate courses run in the college this year to empower the Women.

  1. Art of Designing Six Month Course

  2. Cosmetology& Herbal Products Six Month Course

  3. Art of Painting Six Month Course

  4. Bakery One Month Course

  5. Theoretical concepts of Mahatma Gandhi One Month Course



    • Research Associates working with the centre have done significant Research Work and their research Papers have been published the Centre..

    • Diwali week was celebrated by the centre by holding Mehndi Competition Candle Making, Diva Decoration & Pot Decoration.

On 21st Oct. Diwali exhibition was organised in the college.

  • Gandhian Centre organized a Lecture to bring awareness to the girls’ Students about Breast Cancer. Mrs. Bittu Safeena Sandhu from Rani Breast Cancer Sanstha, Chd. delivered a Lecture on breast cancer on 22-11-11.

  • The centre organized Rangoli, Painting and Art &Craft Competitions on 25-11-11 among the students with different abilities(Around 100 Students from different schools participated) and distributed prizes to the winner.

  • The Centre organized a National level Seminar on 10-3-12 on “India of Mahatma Gandhi’s Dreams”. Sh. R.P Gupta, Commissioner, Ambala Division was the Chief Guest. Prof. Jai Narayan Sharma from Gandhian Studies Deptt., Punjab University,Chandigarh,delivered the Keynote Address, the Ist Technical Session was chaired by Prof. R.N Pal,Expro-Vice Chancellor, Punjab University,Patiala. The IInd Technical Session was chaired by Prof. Rajender Chauhan from H.P.U Shimla. There were Resource persons from far &wide. And many Research paper were presented centre is publishing some of the selected Research Papers. There was also an exhibition of the artifacts made by students of the centre.

  • Gandhian Studies Centre organized an Inter-College Declamation and Poetical Recitation contest on 12-3-2012.

  • Centre organized an Excursion Progarmme of 2 days i.e. 20 & 21st march 2012 to Shimla especially keeping in mind to meet Tribal students of H.P.U Shimla. The students visited the Institute of Tribal Studies,H.P.U Shimla. A Vocational Training Camp was organised for the Tribal Students who with zeal and zest. They were taught many new things like preparing Flowers, Tie & Dye techniques and Fabric Painting to the tribal students. Prof. R.S Chauhan, Deptt. Of Political Science, H.P.U Shimla delivered a Lecture on the topic “Gandhian Approach to the Integration of Tribes”. Dr. Kamal Sharma, Deptt. Of Political Science,H.P.U. Shimla also delivered a Lecture on the topic “Tribal Situation in India”. Students of the Centre gathered information about the tribes from these two Lectures.

Students also visited Raj Kumari Amrit Kaur Bhavan where Gandhi ji used to stay during his visit to Shimla. Then the students visited Advanced Studies Centre in H.P.U. Shimla. Memories of the glorious past were freshened up in the minds of the students.

Centre organized a two days (i.e. 22nd &23rd March, 2012)

Vocational Training camp for the women Residents of Ravi Das Majri,Ambala City. They were taught many things like preparing Flowers,Tie & Dye techniques, Pot Decoation, Fabric Painting etc. Residents of Ravi Das Majri learnt these with great ze

.(g) Report of Nehru Study Centre 2011-12



Nehru Study Centre was established in our college in 2007-08 and since then the centre is running successfully with the objective of giving not only the practical and theoretical knowledge but also strengthening the students morally, academically, and financially. Various means have been adopted to achieve the target.

  • Under Jawaharlal Swarojgar programme’Nehru Study Centre runs the following Short term Certificate Courses in the college.




  1. Textile Designing

  2. Political thought of Jawaharlal Nehru

  3. Fine Arts Designing

  4. Basics of Computer




  • Under Nehru Study Centre, one book has been published containing different Articles about Jawaharlal Nehru written by Mr. Suresh Kumar (Research Associate)

Titles of the articles are :

  1. Nehru Nam and its relevance today

  2. Nehru views on planning and its contempory relevance

  3. Nehru man secularism in India and its relevance today.

  4. Nehru’s Scientific temper and its relevance today.

  • Nehru Study Centre of M.D.S.D Girls College and Novelty Society extended a warm welcome to National trust ‘Badte Kadam’ that started from Sirsa and covering most of the districts of Haryana reached our centre on 25th Nov. 2011.

  • Nehru study Centre organized an exhibition under the course of Textile Designing and Fine Arts designing on 25/11/11 Chief Guest Mr. Shashank Anand, DPS Ambala, applauded all the organizations involved in the organization of this programme & blessed the students with his good wishes.

  • Nehru Study Centre of M.D.S.D Girls College organized a National Seminar on the topic “Relevance of Nehru’s thoughts in present Scenario” on 14 Feb. 2012.Sh. O.P. Langran, ratired IAS, presentlymember of Juvillian Justice Board was the Chief Guest of the occasion.Dr. Amarjit Singh,Prof. History Department Kurukshetra University Kurukshetra delivered Keynote Speach.There were two Technical Session of the Seminar.Ist Technical Session was Chaired by Dr. B.D. Yadav,Prof. History Department, Meharishi Dyanand University Rohtak. IInd Technical Session was chaired by Dr. Jaiveer Dhankhar Reader Maharishi Dayanand University Rohtak.

  • Nehru Study Centre organized Vocational traning under the courses of Fine-Arts Designing and Textile Designing from 22 march to 24 March 2012.

  • Nehru Study Centre Organised one field Trip 0n 21st & 22 March 2012 at Shimla along with 50 Students.The students visited “Tribal Development Department, Govt of India.” at Himachal Pradesh University,Shimla.Two Lectures were delivered for the students of Nehru Study Centre by prof. R.S. Chauhan Dept. of Pol. Sc, H.P. University Summer Hills,Shimla on the topic of, ”Nehruvian approach to tribal assimulation in Indian mainstream” and by Mr. Duni Chand Dept. of Pol. Sci. H.P.U Summer Hills Shimla on the Topic of “Nehru’s views on Tribal Women Development.” The students visited Indian Institute of Advanced studies.



39. LINKAGES DEVELOPED WITH NATIONAL/ INTERNATIONAL, ACADEMIC/RESEARCH BODIES:-

  • The Principal Dr. (Mrs.) Kiran Angra is appointed by NAAC, Bangalore as Member/Member Coordinator of the Peer Team for the Assessment and Accreditation of the college of different states throughout India.

  • The college is a permanent member of the British Council Library

  • Miss Vinita, Lect in Music (V) is a member of ‘Sangeetlok.’

  • Mrs. Seema, Research scholar is a member of Punjab Commerce and Management Association.

  • Our research scholars are also actively linked with Punjab University Chandigarh, M.D. University, Rohtak, Ch. Devi Lal university Sirsa, Punjabi University Patiala and Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar besides Kurukhetra university, Kurukshetra.

  • We have made links and linkages with HARDICON (Haryana- Delhi Industrial Consultants) through which we get our Vocational course students placed in ‘On the Job Trainings’ in various industries.

  • We have links with KVIC (Khadi & Village Industries Commission), which is a national body. It has assured of helping our students in training and providing loan-facility if they want to establish themselves as women entrepreneurs.

PART-C

GOALS TO BE ACHIEVED IN NEXT-SESSION: -

In the next Academic Session,the mission of providing over-all personality development to the students will be nurtured through giving due importance to both Academic & Co-curricular activities. The improvement in the Building and Infrastructural facilities will also be given much importance.Beside the equipments to be added in the Library and the different Labs like Computer labs, Physical

education.Lab,Yoga Lab,Textile Designing Lab,Garments Construction Lab,Diet & Nutrition Lab etc, much has been planned for the costruction/renovation of the College building.


a. Development Plans


  • Renovation of the college

  • Raising Ramps for Physically challenged students

  • Extension of Library

  • Construction of two new Computer labs

  • Construction of Shooting Range

  • Construction of concrete Basket-Ball court

  • Construction of the building for Women Hostel


b. New Courses to be introduced:-
Post Graduation M.A in Yoga & Health

Mrs. Indu Handa M.A. Associate Professor in Music (I)



  • Miss Vinita Sood M.A. Associate Professor in Music (V)

  • Mrs. Onika Dhamija M.A., B.A. Associate Professor in English

(Hons)

  • Mrs. Sulochana Sharma, M.A. Associate Professor in English

  • Mrs. Manpreet Bajwa M.A., M. Phil Associate Professor in Pol. Sci.

  • Mrs. Rekha Garg M.A., M. Phil Associate Professor in Economics

  • Dr.(Mrs). Jeewanti Joshi Ph. D. Associate Professor in Hindi.

  • Mrs. Manjeet Sandhu M.A, Associate Professor in Phy. Edu.

  • Mrs. Asha Khurana M.A, Associate Professor in English

PGDTE (CIEFL)

  • Mrs. Deepshikha Sharma Associate Professor in Commerce.

  • Mrs. Lata Nirola M.Sc. Hons, M. Phil Associate Professor in Mathematics.

  • Mrs. Nishu Bansal M.Com Assistant Professor in Commerce.

  • Mrs. Karamjit Kaur M.A., M. Phil Assistant Professor in History.

  • Dr(Mrs). Seema Singhal M.Com Assistant Professor in Commerce.

  • Mrs. Suman Bajaj M.A, LLB, Deptt. of Computer Science

M.Sc. (S/W)

  • Impact Factor – The faculty members being highly qualified are in fact the distinction holders of their respective Universities. They also have rich teaching experience of ranging from 10 to 30 years. As a results, in their teaching career, most of the teachers have given 100 % results most of the times and the students of this college have always figured brightly in the University merit lists and also have won distinctions in different subjects. In fact, the teachers of this Institution are not only intelligent and diligent but also devoted to this noble cause with full heart and spirit. Their membership of various academic bodies of the University gives them an opportunity to represent the college at University level and contribute in the decision-making procedures of the University.





Download 173.95 Kb.

Share with your friends:
1   2   3




The database is protected by copyright ©sckool.org 2020
send message

    Main page