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OER’s: (Open Educational Resources)The college has resources available for teachers as well as for students. It has a fully equipped Library with OPAC system. Text books, Reference books, editorials and journals are available for the readers. The college has UGC Resource Centre with 7 computers and 2 printer-cum-scanners for the use of students and teachers. Every department is ensured to have its own computer, printer and internet connection to avail the Internet facility. The head of each department is provided with laptops facility.

  • Teaching learning material development, selection and use: Teaching learning material has undergone some changes. Teachers use smart rooms for e-content like Power Point Presentations. On the recommendation of concerned subject, the college library purchases books every year from both UGC and Government grants. The revised lectures from latest books and research journals are updated from the websites. In order to enhance the teaching skills, the letters of some of the teachers are recommended by the college to become members of Central University library as well.




        1. What policies/systems are in place to recharge teachers? (e.g. : providing research

    Grants ,study leave, support for research and academic publications teaching experience in other national institutions and specialized programmes industrial engagement etc.)

    The college always gives impetus and extends all possible support to the faculty for the academic development.



    • Several efforts were made to promote Teacher Development Programmes like research grants for fellowship and projects from different sources like CSIR, UGC, ICSSR and Department of Science and Technology.

    • The institution has encouraged the teachers to engage into research activities like doing Ph.D. & M. Phil. to enhance the teaching quality.

    • Teachers are provided with the duty leave and encouraged by the institution to participate in National and International Seminars, Conferences, and Refresher/ Orientation courses.

    • From time to time, seminars, workshops and conferences are organized in the college for this purpose.

    • Some of our teachers are deputed to other institutions for teaching purposes e.g. from Commerce Department.

    2.4.3 Give the number of faculty who received awards / recognition at the state, national and international level for excellence in teaching during the last four years. Enunciate how the institutional culture and environment contributed to such performance/achievement of the faculty.


    • While the research papers of Dr. Harjinder Singh - College Bursar on Banking Sector have been acknowledged in the seminars held in USA, Canada (Ryerson University, Mississauga, Toronto) and other countries,Mrs. Neelam Rani presented a research paper at a conference in Shanghai, China. It also helps a lot to gain an international exposure in the level of thinking and teaching.

    2.4.4 Has the institution introduced evaluation of teachers by the students and external Peers? If yes, how is the evaluation used for improving the quality of the teaching-learning process?

    Yes, the institution has introduced the evaluation of teachers by

    i) The Students

    ii) By the External Peers/Views of parents during parent teacher meeting



    • The students’ feedback is obtained orally or in written format.

    • The college has introduced the practice of evaluation of the teachers by students,

    Onthe basis of a confidential feedback questionnaire soliciting information on general attitude and subject related aspects. On the basis of the remarks made by the students, the principal intimates the concerned teacher about his weak and strong areas of teaching and advises the teacher for the benefits of the students.
    2.5 Evaluation Process and Reforms

    2.5.1 How does the institution ensure that the stakeholders of the institution especially students and faculty are aware of the evaluation processes?

    The students and their parents are made aware of the evaluation process through college prospectus and circulars. During the parent-teacher meetings, the performance of the students is discussed in general and with the concerned subject teacher in particular. The institution has to conduct both Internal and the Annual examinations. Within the frame-work laid down by the University, the college has set-up an effective procedure of evaluation of students learning. The college has designed various methods for evaluation of learning. The prominent methods is Internal Assessment through tutorials/home assignments, term end examinations, seminars, group-discussions, paper reading contests, etc. The students are informed about all these events either orally in the class-rooms or through notices on college / departmental notice boards, well in advance. The college has setup an Examination Committee that monitors all these assessment related matters. The committee prepares a date- sheet for all above mentioned events and apart from putting it on the noticeboard, it circulates it in the class-rooms as well.



    2.5.2 What are the major evaluation reforms of the university that the institution has adopted and what are the reforms initiated by the institution on its own?

    Evaluation reforms are executed as per the Panjab University norms. The university has introduced 90:10 pattern of examination for B.A. (pass course). Adhering to the university guidelines 10% of the evaluation is done by the institution in the form of Internal Assessment. This assessment is made on the basis of September and December exams. It is also completed by giving weightage on the basis of extra-curricular activities and regularity of the students in the college. Besides, in order to ensure 180 teaching days per academic session, September test that consumes more than 15 precious days, has been substituted by class based multiple choice type test. Whenever, a case of disagreement on the awards given in a particular subject is submitted by the student(s), the process of re evaluation of answer sheet(s) is adopted from internal or external examiners.



    • Answer sheets of House Tests are shown to and discussed with students so that they are assured of no partiality in the evaluation of their hard work.

    2.5.3 How does the institution ensure effective implementation of the evaluation reforms of the university and those initiated by the institution on its own?

    • To ensure effective implementation of the evaluation reforms of the University, the college tries its level best to strictly follow the rules and guidelines given by the University. In pursuance, it monitors and implements the reforms in the college andconstitutes a wide range of Examination Committee to look after the above mentioned activities.

    • All examinations of B.A. / B.Com. / BCA/ M.Com. are conducted by the college. Assessment work is carried out by the college itself. The college holds Central Assessment programs immediately after the examinations are over .The Oral assignments , Project Works, Practical, etc. are carried out as per the guidelines given by theUniversity for smooth conduct of House exam, the college appoints Centre Superintendents, Assistant Superintendents, and Deputy Superintendents, paper setters, and non-teaching staff . Seating Arrangement, electric supply, fans, general cleaning, etc have been made effectively as per subjects’ strength. Question Papers are got printed and issued under utmost secrecy.

    • All possible efforts are made to dissuade any use of unfair means during the examination.

    • Awards are constituted for those students who secure first three positions in college and Panjab University Exams.

    2.5.4 Provide details on the formative and summative evaluation approaches adopted to measure student achievement. Cite a few examples which have positively impacted the system.

    The institution adopts the following measures to students’ formative and summative evaluation.



    • By arranging activities/ programs to promote good values among general students, sportsmen & women, NCC Cadets, NSS volunteers, cultural representatives that assist them a lot to sharpen their personalities so as to make them more responsible citizens.

    • By implementing academic activities with time bound assignments for their summative evaluation.

    • By organizing various activities through different types of societies like Drug de-addiction, Gender Equity, Traffic Awareness, Aids Awareness Societies, Environment Conservation in which student volunteers themselves along with teachers to create awareness among people.


    2.5.5 Detail on the significant improvements made in ensuring rigor and transparency in the internal assessment during the last four years and weightages assigned forthe overall development of students (weightage for behavioral aspects, independentlearning, communication skills etc.

    • The college continuously assesses the students by Internal assessment which comprises of September exam with 30% weightage; December exam with 50% weightage and 20% weightage of extra-curricular activities along with students’ attendance in the classes.

    • The College displays all the awards accorded by the concerned teacher in the second week of March on the college notice board with a prior notice and in case there is any discrepancy in Student’s name, Pupin Number, College Roll No. or Awards, a detailed inspection of all the necessary documents in the presence of both the teacher and the student is made and correction if any, is incorporated on the spot in the University Software. And on the hard copies as well. Oral Examination (Functional English), Project Works (Commerce, Advertisement Sales Promotion, Defence and Strategic Studies) and Practical Viva voce (Geography, Psychology, Fine Arts, Physical Education, Music (Vocal) and Music (Instrumental) are being conducted to assess communication and conceptual skills of the students.

    2.5.6 What are the graduates attributes specified by the college/affiliating university? How does the college ensure the attainment of these by the students?

    The graduate attributes specified by the college are:



    • Good Life skills

    • Entrepreneurial skills

    • To empower students especially girls to meet challenges locally and globally andgirlstudents are trained in Marshal Arts for self-protection.

    • To make them responsible citizens sensitive towards issues like pollution, femalefoeticide, sanitation, traffic rules, AIDS awareness, drug de-addiction, disasters,genderequity and so on.

    • To prepare the students to be the leader of the subject, they study.

    • To develop a positive mind to abnormal complexities of life.

    • To have a competing spirit in the modern scenario


    2.5.7 What are the mechanisms for redressal of grievances with reference to evaluation both at the college and University level?


    • There are mechanisms for the redressal of the grievances with reference to the evaluation both at the college and the university level. An Examination Committee under the Chairmanship of Principal received the complaints of students in written format regarding incorrect awarding of internal assessment and the result of local house exams. The concerned subject teacher, HOD and the student are invited for the redressal of enquiry on the spot. The decisions are communicated to the student in consolidated statements on the college notice boards.

    • The university providesan opportunity for Rechecking and Revaluation of the answer sheets of students in final exams. If grievances are received, the Controller of Examinations of the university appoints the second or third examiner to reassess the same. The outcomes are directly communicated to the students within fifteen days.




      1. Student performance and Learning Outcomes


    2.6.1 Does the college have clearly stated learning outcomes? If ‘yes’ give details on how the students and staff are made aware of these

    Yes, at beginning of an academic year, on the orientation day, the Principal on the basis of college prospectus states learning out -comes in terms of the performance of students in the examinations and other extension activities. The examination is conducted, subject-wise result is prepared and processed after showing the answer sheets to the students. On analyzing the results, concerned teachers are advised to take necessary measures to improve the results. Besides, the achievements of the students are assessed through variety of competitions in academics, sports, extra-curricular activities, university examinations and jobplacements.


    2.6.2 Enumerate on how the institution monitors and communicates the progress and performance of students through the duration of the course / programme?Provide an analysis of the students results/achievements (Programme / course wise for lastfour years) and explain the differences if any and patterns of achievement across the programmes /courses offered.

    Within the frame-work laid down by the University, the college has set-up an effective procedure of evaluation of students learning. The college has designed various methods for evaluation of learning. Some of the prominent methods are:



    1. Internal Assessment

    2. Tutorials/home assignments,

    3. Term End Examination,

    4. Seminars, group-discussions, paper reading etc.

    The students are informed about all these events orally in the class-room by displaying notices on college /departmental notice board, well in advance. The Examination Committee of the college monitors the Exams (conduct, evaluation, soft-ware entries and notice for non-qualifying students).

    Our results for four years had generally remained above the University pass percentage as mentioned below:



    Annual Results: 2013-14


    Sr.

    No.

    Class

    Total

    Students Appeared

    Total

    Students

    Passed

    College

    Pass %age

    University

    Pass %age

    1

    B.A. I

    543

    240

    44.19

    46.95

    2

    B.A. II

    290

    256

    88.27

    76.12

    3

    B.A. III

    266

    242

    90.97

    59.48

    4

    B.Com. I

    146

    139

    95.20

    66.94

    5

    B.Com. II

    137

    131

    95.62

    75.78

    6

    B.Com. III

    132

    132

    100.00

    94.31

    7

    B.C.A. I

    39

    33

    84.61

    53.39

    8

    B.C.A. II

    40

    37

    92.50

    85.49

    9

    B.C.A. III

    42

    42

    100.00

    90.73

    10

    M.Com.- 1

    42

    42

    100.00

    94.26

    11

    M.Com.- 1I

    34

    34

    100.00

    94.18


    Annual Results: 2012—13


    Sr.

    No.

    Class

    Total

    Students Appeared

    Total

    Students

    Passed

    College

    Pass %age

    University

    Pass %age

    1

    B.A. I

    647

    360

    5564

    49.76

    2

    B.A. II

    344

    281

    81.69

    71.63

    3

    B.A. III

    191

    164

    85.87

    66.89

    4

    B.Com. I

    132

    121

    91.66

    61.75

    5

    B.Com. II

    138

    134

    97.10

    75.93

    6

    B.Com. III

    132

    132

    100.00

    91.31

    7

    B.C.A. I

    44

    17

    38.64

    21.83

    8

    B.C.A. II

    33

    28

    84.85

    59.85

    9

    B.C.A. III

    25

    25

    100.00

    89.27

    10

    M.Com.- 1

    38

    38

    100.00

    76.41

    11

    M.Com.- 1I

    32

    31

    96.88

    90.87


    Annual Results: 2011-12


    Sr.

    No.

    Class

    Total

    Students Appeared

    Total

    Students

    Passed

    College

    Pass %age

    University

    Pass %age

    1

    B.A. I

    543

    240

    44.19

    46.95

    2

    B.A. II

    290

    256

    88.27

    76.12

    3

    B.A. III

    266

    242

    90.97

    59.48

    4

    B.Com. I

    146

    139

    95.20

    66.94

    5

    B.Com. II

    137

    131

    95.62

    75.78

    6

    B.Com. III

    132

    132

    100.00

    94.31

    7

    B.C.A. I

    39

    33

    84.61

    53.39

    8

    B.C.A. II

    40

    37

    92.50

    85.49

    9

    B.C.A. III

    42

    42

    100.00

    90.73

    10

    M.Com.- 1

    42

    42

    100.00

    94.26

    11

    M.Com.- 1I

    34

    34

    100.00

    94.18


    Annual Results: 2010-11


    Sr.

    No.

    Class

    Total

    Students Appeared

    Total

    Students

    Passed

    College

    Pass %age

    University

    Pass %age

    1

    B.A. I

    543

    333

    61.32%

    55.89%

    2

    B.A. II

    221

    180

    81.44%

    67.30%

    3

    B.A. III

    268

    242

    90.30%

    58.82%

    4

    B.Com. I

    143

    130

    90.91%

    63.63%

    5

    B.Com. II

    139

    129

    92.81%

    69.31%

    6

    B.Com. III

    138

    135

    97.83%

    91.71%

    7

    B.C.A. I

    43

    27

    62.79%

    43.81%

    8

    B.C.A. II

    31

    25

    80.64%

    83.72%

    9

    B.C.A. III

    40

    40

    100.00%

    89.69%

    10

    M.Com.- 1

    36

    34

    94. 44%

    83.50%

    11

    M.Com.- 1I

    42

    42

    100.00%

    98..80%


    2.6.3 How are the teaching, learning and assessment strategies of the institution structured to facilitate the achievement of the intended learning outcomes?

    To facilitate the achievement of intended learning outcomes, the college chalks out the following strategies:




    • Academic Calendar is prepared.

    • Detailed Teaching Plan (weekly) of every teacher is displayed on college web portal.

    • Term wise syllabi of the university are proposed to be completed through a well structured collegetime table.

    • Regular conduct of practical periods, composition periods, tutorials and personality classes

    • To inculcate discipline among the students, proctorial duties are assigned to the staff members.

    • Preparation of project work/field work is allocated

    • Meetings with the parents/guardians are organized to bring regularity among students.

    • More transparent and effective examination system is implemented.

    • More apparent Internal Assessment process is undertaken.

    • Revision of previous years Question papers is started in the month of February.

    • Remedial classes for academically weaker students are held in the months of February and March

    • Claims for prizes in academics, sports, extra-curricular activities, etc. are announced. The deserving students are awarded on different functions.


    2.6.4 What are the measures/initiatives taken up by the institution to enhance the social and economic relevance (quality Jobs, entrepreneurship, innovation and research aptitude) of the courses offered?

    • Students through campaigns on blood donation, martial arts, theatre, best out of waste, organic manure, gender sensitization, stress buster exercises, tree plantation, save ozone rallies, traffic awareness drives, etc are informed to contribute to the social needs. The college organizes personality development training classes to enable the students to get both quality & quantity of Jobs in both the private and public sectors. To set up a small scale business and sales promotion work, regular coaching is imparted for three years to the interested students. Besides, Job fest and Tec - Riti of the college are the regular features that ensues the placement of maximum students in different companies whereby eminent resource person from the Banking sector and IHM are invited to interact with students and acquaint them various initiatives /facilities available for establishing food processing units under self employment and small scale industries schemes.

    • EDP workshop on Fruit and vegetable processing is organized regularly.

    • The aspiring students of the college are also guided for civil services, NET/ JRF and SLET, entry exams to post graduation so that they can further pursue research work.

    • The students of Functional English and B.Com. are sent for on-job training in different institutes.


    2.6.5 How does the institution collect and analyze data on student learning outcomes and use it for planning and overcoming barriers of learning?

    As soon as the results in academic, sports, music and cultural activities are declared, the results in general and subjects wise performance are assessed and analyzed. The grey areas are discussed in the staff meetings. The improvements in teaching/training methodology are recommended from time to time .Extra hours with more expert preparation are planned to be arranged accordingly.


    2.6.6 How does the institution monitor and ensure the achievement of learning outcomes?

    The institution monitors and ensures achievement of learning



    • By taking feed back of the passed out graduates whenever they visit the institution.

    • By taking feed back of the Alumni.

    • By seeking the feedback of parents during Parents- Teacher Meets

    • By collecting feedback from the community when special activities for senior citizensare arranged.

    • By interacting with old retired college colleagues at major functions.

    • From the press correspondents, who visit the college functions for Press Release

    • By participating in competitions.


    2.6.7 Does the institution and individual teachers use assessment/evaluation as an indicator for evaluating student performance, achievement of learning objectivesand planning? If ‘yes’ provide details on the process and cite a few example.

    Yes, the teachers assess the students by class tests.

    Some of the prominent methods used for allocating the Internal Assessment through tutorials/home assignments, September and December exams, Practical exams, viva-voce, class room oral and written tests, game based tournaments/achievements in national, zonal, inter-zonal, regional inter- university have certainly cast a positive impact in the evaluation of students’ overall performance. Such evaluations matters a lot when we consider the claims of students for awarding them Roll of Honour, College Colour, Merit Certificates or the best student of the year in academic and non-academic activities in the College’s Annual Prize Giving away Function.

    Any other relevant information regarding Teaching-Learning and Evaluation which the college would like to include.

    To cater to the learning needs of North-Western India, the Psychology Department of College has the privilege to start an extension centre of IGNOU in this region.



    Criterion III: Research, Consultancy and Extension

    3.1 Promotion of Research

    3.1.1 Does the institution has recognized research center/s of the affiliating University or any other agency/organization?

    At present the institution does not have any recognized research centre.However,Post-Graduate Department of Commerce has submitted the proposal for recognizing Research Center to the Panjab University, Chandigarh, and application is in process.


    3.1.2 Does the Institution have a research committee to monitor and address the issues of research? If so, what is its composition? Mention a few recommendations made by the committee for implementation and their impact.

    The college has a Research Committee to guide the students and the faculty under the chairmanship of Dr. Gurjeet Kaur, Principal.

    The committee has recommended the following suggestions:


    • Encourage the staff members to apply formajor & minor research projects

    Impact: One Major Research Project and two Minor Research Projects have been completed by the faculty members and recently two major research projects and three minor research project proposal has been applied to UGC, New Delhi.

    • To apply for organizing seminars, workshops and conferences to UGC and other funding agencies.

    Impact:Six National Level and two International Conferences have been organized during the last four years by different departments of the college funded by UGC and other funding agencies.

    • It also encourages Research Publications.

    Impact: A large number of research papers have been published in referred journals of faculty members of different departments.
    3.1.3What are the measures taken by the institution to facilitate smooth progress and implementation of research schemes/projects?

    Institute make all efforts to promote research culture.Any project sanctioned by UGC or other agency,full support is provided to the researcher (infrastructure and timely release of financial sanction to implement the research project within the time framework). Adequate infrastructure facilities in terms of internet, computer,books and journals is provided.



    3.1.4 What are the efforts made by the institution in developing scientific temper and research culture and aptitude among students?

    College is running courses like M.Com, B.Com, BCA and BA (different streams). Institution has been trying its best to promote the research by promoting the following elements of Research:




    • Scientific Temper: Students are always motivated to think the subject related issues from scientific point of view.

    • Research Culture: Almost all the faculty members are actively engaged in their research work and they also try to involve the students in their research work which helps to maintain the research culture in the institution. M.Com Students complete their atleast 45 days internship after 1st year and they have to submit a Research Project which is done under guidance of commerce faculties and the same is evaluated through Viva Voce by external examiner.

    • Research Aptitude: Interested students are motivated to do some research work. B.Com and M.Com students are given Project work for their assessment. Many M.Com students have joined Ph.D after completing M.Com and actively engaged in research work.



    3.1. 5 Give details of the faculty involvement in active research (Guiding student research, leading Research Projects, engaged in individual/collaborative research activity, etc.)

    There are many faculty members engaged in the active research, the following faculty members are engaged in the active research as far as project,Ph.D and publication of research papers are concerned:


    Note: Please refer 3.2.7 and 3.4.3. Where in details of research paper publications by all the faculty members have been given.
    FACULTY MEMBERS PURSUING Ph.D

    Name of the Faculty Member

    Name of the Department

    Status of the Research

    Mr. V. Magesh

    Commerce

    In-Process

    Mrs. Arvinder Kaur

    Commerce

    In-Process

    Mrs. Deepsikha

    Economics

    In-Process

    Mrs. Shashi Wahi

    Political Science

    Thesis submitted

    Mrs. Harinder Kaur

    Public Admin.

    Thesis submitted

    Ms. Mona Singh

    History

    In-Process

    Mr. Praveen Chaubey

    History

    In-Process

    Mr. Kanwar Iqbal

    Music(V)

    In-Process

    Ms Anita Berry

    History

    In-Process

    Ms Parveen

    Maths

    In-Process

    Ms Mukesh Kumari

    Library Science

    In-Process


    3.1.6 Give details of workshops/ training programmes/ sensitizationprogrammes conducted/organized by the institution with focus on capacitybuildingin terms of research and imbibing research culture among the staff and students.

    The following seminars and workshops have been organized in the college by different departments:



    • National Seminar on Impact of Global Recession on Indian Retail Sector organized by the Department of Commerce, Post-Graduate Government College, Sector-46, Chandigarh on 29 Oct. 2010

    • National Seminar on Global Financial Crisis and Indian Economy Organised by the Department of Economics, Post-Graduate Government College Sector-46, Chandigarh on 20th Nov. 2010

    • National Seminar on “Health Psychology and Rehabilitation: The Crisis among Youth and Aged” organized by Indian Psychological Science Congress with Department of Psychology, Post-Graduate Government College Sector-46, Chandigarh, 12-13 Oct. 2011.

    • National Seminar on“Consumer Awareness as an Emerging Force in India”, 1 organized by the Department of Public Administration in collaboration with Indian Institute of Public Administration,New Delhi, 14th-15th Sept. 2012.

    • International Conference on Psychological Well Being: The Crisis in Humanity organized by the Dept. of Psychology, PG Govt. College, Sector-46, Chandigarh in collobration with Indian Psychology Association on 24-25th February 2014..

    • National Seminar organized by the Department of Hindi on‘Hindi ke Prachar, Prasar aur Prayog ki Vyavaharik Samasyain aur Samadhan”( 4th feb 2011) at PG Govt. College, Sector-46, Chandigarh with UGC funding

    • One day National Seminar was organized by the Department of Punjabi on the Topic “New Punjabi poetry:-Identity and Concerns” on 24th March 2014

    • International Conference organized by the Department of Hindi on “Rashtriya Ekta aur Sampradayik Sadbhavna mein Panjab ki Ram kathaoyn ka Yogdaan” (14-15 march,2014) PG Govt. College, Sector-46, Chandigarh

    3.1.7 Provide details of prioritized research areas and the expertise availablewith the institution.

    At Present the College does not have any research centre but our faculty members are involved in research at individual and collaborative level.The college has various departments and every department has its own expertise field in research.


    -- Dr. Sahib Singh, Associate Prof. in the subject of Public Adminstration is performing as a guide to three M. Phil Students.
    3.1.8 Enumerate the efforts of the institution in attracting researchers of eminence to visit the campus and interact with teachers and students?

    Institution does the efforts to invite experts from various fields to discuss the importance of the research in their subject area for the students and teaching staff. High profile researchers in various fields have been invited for key note address and Chairpersons of the technical sessions while organizing the conference’s/seminar’sindifferent departments.

    List of eminent academicians and scientists/ visitors of various departments:


    • Justice (Retd.) S.N.Aggarwal, President,Punjab State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission.

    • Dr. J N Sharma, Professor, Deptt. Of Gandhian Studies, Panjab University, Chandigarh.

    • Dr. Madanjit Kaur Sahota, Member, Consumer Forum-I,U.T., Chandigarh.

    • Sh. Sudhakar Rao, Scientist, Bureau of Indian Standards, Chandigarh.

    • Dr. Mohanjeet,Prominent Punjabi Poet

    • Dr. ManjitTiwana,Prominent Punjabi Poetess, Bhartiya Sahityak Academy Award Winner

    • Mr.Amolak Singh, Eminent Punjabi Dramatist

    • S.Manmohan Singh Daon,Shiromani Bal Sahit Lekhak

    • Dr.Sukhdev Singh Sirsa,Chairman,School of Panjabi Studies,Panjab University,Chandigarh.

    • Dr.Sucha Singh Gill: Director General CRRID,

    • Dr .B.S.Ghuman: Professor ,Panjab university Chandigarh,

    • Dr. Inderjit Singh: Professor , Punjabi university, Patiala

    • Dr. Baijnath Parsad, Head, Dept. of Hindi, Panjab University, Chandigarh

    • Dr. Jogesh Kaur, Dept. of Hindi, Himachal Pradesh University, Shimla

    • Dr. Darshan Singh,Ex-Chairman,Department of Guru Nanak Sikh Studies , Panjab University ,Chandigarh.

    • Dr. Harmohinder Singh Bedi,Former Chairman, Dept. of Hindi, Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar.

    • Dr. Ganga Prasad Vimal, Former Director, Kendriya Hindi Sansthan, New Delhi.

    • Dr. Sri Ram Prihar, Principal, Govt. College, Former Director, Khandawa

    • Dr. Ram Ahlad Choudhry , Chairman, Dept. of Hindi, Kolkata University.

    • Prof. S.P. Sinha, Professor of Emeritus, Dayalbagh EducationalInstitute, Dayalbagh, Agra, Prof. B.S. Chavan, Head, Department of Psychiatry, GMCH, Sector-32, Chandigarh,

    • Prof. V.V. Upmanyu, Department of Psychology, Panjab University, Chandigarh,

    • Dr.Sudhir Sharma, Professor, Deptt.of Public Administration,Panjab University Chandigarh

    • Dr. Ramanjit Johal, Chairperson, Deptt.of Public Administration,Panjab University Chandigarh.

    • Dr. Sahib Singh Bhayana,Former Professor of Public Administration,and Director,NWRC,ICSSR,P.U.Chandigarh.

    • Dr. SapnaChadha, Assist Professor, Indian Institute of Public Administration, New Delhi.

    • Ms. PushpaGirimaji, Veteran Journalist, Gurgaon



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