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Research Papers/Chapters in Books Published


Name of Teacher

Name of the Journal/Publisher

Volume/Issue

ISSN NO.

Title of Research Paper

Surinder Kaur

Research Link

Research Link


Indian Journal of Development Research



IX (3) May 2010

X(2) April-2011


4 No. 3 July-Dec 2012



0973-1628

0973-1628


2249-104X



Business Ethics in the Pharmaceutical Industry in India

PMEGP:A Critical Evaluation (A case study of Punjab and Chandigarh)


RWEs: Growth and Opportunities (A case study of Women engaged in Shakti Project)

Mr. V. Magesh

Pezzottaite journal

I(Oct-Dec issue 2012)

2279-0896

Efficiency of PSU Banks during post reform period

Dr. Tanuja Talwar

The Management Accountant

The Management Accountant


The Management Accountant

Vol 43 No 10 Oct 2008

Vol45 No. 1 Jan 2010

Vol 45 No. 11 Nov. 2010


0972—3528

0972-3528

0972-3528


Forensic Accounting-An Indespensable Tool for Invetigation
Tools and Techniques of Business Valuation
Role of Cost and Mgt. Actt. In Pharmaceutical Sector

Dr. Uma Narang

“New Horizons: a Research Journal”
SIBACA Management Review
International Journal of Management and

Behavioural Sciences


INT.J.NEW.INN
Journal of Ideas – Third Concept

International Journal of Social Science & Interdisciplinary Research


Diviner Journal

International Journal of Global Management

International Journal of “Trade and Commerce-IIARTC
Sopaan E-Journal


Vol-IX, February, 2012

Vol.-2,IssueI,

June,2012
Volume 1 June 2012

Vol 1(3),2012

August,2012
Vol.I Issue 8,

August 2012

Vol.3, Issue I,

December 2012


Volume I, No. 2,

July-December 2012


Vol I, 2012


December 2012


Volume 1,No.2,July – dec 2012


Volume 1, 2012

2277-5218

2231-5861


2278-5671

2277-4459
0970-7247
2277-3630

0973-8320


0975-8291


2277-5811



“Business Ethics – A Strategy to Sustain”
“Analysis of Growth & Contemporary Challenges of Mutual Fund Industry”
“Performance Analysis of LIC: Post Privatisation”
“Effective Organisational Culture is the key to long term success”

“India’s Balance of Payments and its Perspectives”

“Self help Group: An Effective Approach to women empowerment in India”

Role of SEBI in Growth of Mutual Fund Industry

“Growth and New Marketing Strategies of Life Insurance Industry”
“Impact of Self-Help Groups Bank Linkage Programme in India”
Protection of Consumer Rights in India


Dr. Mukesh Chauhan

The Chartered Accountant
The Accounting world

Monthly Commentary on Indian Economic Condition


The Management Accounting

The Management Accountant


Journal of Commerce & Information Technology

The Management Accountant


Chartered Accountant-

Management Insight

Management Matters

The Accounting World

Gyan Management

The Management Accountant

The Management Accountant

The Management Accountant

The Management Accountant

ALMANAC


Vol. 54, No. 5, Nov. 2005
March 2006

Vol. XLII No-10 May 06

June, 2006

January 2007


July-Dec.2006

Sept.,2007

Vol.56,Nov.05,2007

Vol.III No. 2, Dec., 2007

Vol. I No. 9, Sept., 2007-Feb. 2008


May, 2008


Volume2, Issue-2, July-Dec, 2008

Volume-44, No. -1, January,2009

Volume-44, No.-4, April, 2009

Volume-44,No.-5, May, 2009

Volume-45,No.-12, December,2010

2011:.Volume-1,No.1 January 2011


ISSN 0009-188x

ISSN 0972-5164


RNI14272/59

ISSN 0972-3528

ISSN 0972-3528

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ISSN0009188X


ISSN-0973-936X

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Concept of Environment Accounting & Practice in India”

pp.720-726


“Audit of Environmental Issue” pp.31-34
“The Banking Industry in India: The Developing Trends” pp. 28-32

“Environmental Indicators” pp. 446-447

“Accounting Standard for Environmental Accounting: A Proposal: pp. 35-37
“Banking Through New Technologies:

A Critical Analysis “ pp. 21-30

“Cost Management in the Competitive Environment: A Case Study of Air Deccan” pp. 722—726
“Ethical Audit: Stakeholders Perspective” pp. 751-760
“Benchmarking: A Strategy for Marking the Business” pp. 72-89

“Corporate Social Responsibility: Concept and Rationale (A Case Study of Selected Indian Companies” pp. 11-26


“The Plastic Currency: A Critical Analysis” pp. 16-23

“Pension Sector Reforms in India: Rationale, Concept and Issues” pp. 189-209


“Human Resourcwe Accounting-Concept and Practices in India” pp. 8-15 & 19

“Target Costing an Effective Tool to Target Business” pp. 296-303

“Life Cycle Costing: Need for better Asset Management” pp. 392-399

“Accounting Information System: Combation of Information Technology & Traditional Accounting Controls” pp


“Global Meltdown and India:

Issues, Concerns & Challenges” pp



Ms. Pooja Sareen

The management accountant
The management accountant

The management accountant


The management accountant
MSME in India

Web technologies


Impact of global recession
Impact of global recession

VOL.43,2008

VOL. 45, JUNE 2010


VOL. 45, NOV 2010

VOL. 45, JAN 2010
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Forensic accounting –An Indespensable Tool for Investigation
Direct Tax Code Bill-Meaning,Features and Accountants Role
Role of CMA in Parmaceutcal Sector
Tools and Techniques of Bussiness valuation
Cost and Stretegic Management Growth and Framework
Etailing need issues and future

Impact of recession on Organized Retail sector


Impact of Global Crisis on Private Consumption and per Capita Income

Dr. Ramandeep Kaur

Iindian Journal of Applied Research

Volume II, Issue 11, November 2012




“Chandravijayprabandh ka Prakhiti Chitran

Ms Sugandha

Guest


JM International Journal of HR Review

Journal by D.A.V. College, Sector 10, Chandigarh



June 2011

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“Measuring Work life Balance of Public and Private sector Banks employees-An Empirical study of Chandigarh City’
“Human Resource OutsourcingProspects & Future in India”

Dr. Roshan Lal

Indian Journal of Psychology And Mental Health
Indian Journal of Psychology And Mental Health

Journal of Indian Academy of applied Psychology


Indian Journal of Health Psychology
Indian Journal of Psychology And Mental Health

Indian Journal of Psychology And Mental Health


Indian Journal of Psychology And Mental

Health
RESEARCH JOURNAL

SOCIAL SCIENCES

P.U, CHD
Journal of the Indian Acedemy of Applied Psyshology


Indian Journal of Psychology And Mental Health
Indian Journal of Psychological Science

Indian Journal of Psychology And Mental Health

Indian Journal of Psychological Science

Indian Journal of Psychological Science


Indian Journal of Psychological Science

Indian Journal of Psychological Science
Indian Journal of Psychology And Mental Health

Indian Journal of Psychological Science



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ISSN-0973-7286

ISSN—0973-7286


ISSN0019-4247
ISSN-0973-5755

ISSN-0973-7286

ISSN0973-ISSN-0973-7286

ISSN-0973-7286

ISSN-09769218

ISSN-0973-7286


ISSN-0976-9218


ISSN-0976-9218


ISSN09769218

ISSN0976-9218


Suicide ideatition and gender Differences Among Adolescents

Vigilance in children as a Function of Psychoticism and Intelligence

Role of Self Efficacy and Gender Differences AMONG Adolescents
Correlates of Suicide Ideation among Employed Unmarried Adults at Two Age Levels
Self-efficacy and Mental health of IT Employees

Study of Kent-Rosanoff Word Association Test in Relation to Response Entropy P 39-43


Correlates of Loneliness among Adolescents

Public Opinion Survey of College Functioning: A Self Developed Questionnaire p-98-109
Study of Depression in Relation to Gender, Stress and Negative Cognition
Gender Differences in Depression, negative cognition, stress and social support

Effect of test-anxiety And self Efficacy on Adolescents’ Well being

Role of Gender and Stressful Life events on Depression among Adolescents: A Cross-Cultural perspective
Depressive symptoms among American and Indian College Students
Suicide Ideation in Relation to Depression and Hopelessness among Adolescents

An Empirical Investigation of the Utility of Word Association Emotional Indicators


Global Adjustment of General Government Employees and Police Personnel
Satisfaction with Life among I.T. Employees
Study of Depression and Social Support among Adolescents

Dr. Rajesh Kumar

Journal of Community Guidance and Research
Journal of Psychological Researches

Research Journal of Social Sciences


Journal of Indian Acedemy of Applied Psychology

Indian Journal of Psychology and Mental Health

Indian Journal of Psychology and Mental Health
Indian Journal of Psychology and Mental Health
Indian Journal of Psychology and Mental Health
Indian Journal of Psychological Science

Indian Journal of Psychological Science


Indian Journal of Psychology and Mental Health


Indian Journal of Psychological Science

Indian Journal of Psychological Science

Indian Journal of Psychological Science

Research Journal of Social Science and Management
International Journal of Scientific and Research Publications
Indian Journal of Psychological Science

Indian Journal of Psychological Science






09701346

0022-3972


ISSN-0091-4247

ISSN-0973-7286

ISSN-0973-7286

ISSN-0973-7286

ISSN-


0973-7286

ISSN-0976-9218

ISSN-0976-9218

ISSN-0973-7286


ISSN-0976-9218


ISSN-0976-9218

ISSN-0976-9218

ISSN-2251-1571

ISSN-2250-3153

ISSN-2348-7623

ISSN-0976-9218

ISSN 0976-9218




The function of self-efficacy and Gender Differences as revealed by Defense Mechanisms pg. 365-376
Cognitive Style as a determinant of Need Patterns in deprived adolescents Pg. 85-88
Public Opinion Survey-A self developed questionnaire Pg. 99-109
Role of self Efficacy and Gender Differences Among Adolesents

A comparative study of Need Patterns of college going adolescents Pg. 69-76

Study of Vigilance in children as a Function of Psychoticism and Intelligence Pg. 77-85
Study of cognitive style and defense mechanisms of institutionalized deprived adolescents Pg. 147-155
Self-efficacy and Mental health of IT professionals Pg. 90-95

Suicide ideation in relation to depression and hopelessness among adolescent


Global Adjustment of General Government Employees and Police Personnel

Satisfaction with Life among IT employees


Effect of Test anxiety and Self-efficacy on Adolescents Well Being


Enhancing physical health, Psychological health and emotional intelligence through sahaj marg raj yoga meditation practice
Study of Cognitive style and need patterns of Institutionalized Deprived Adolescents
A Study of Mental Health and Socio Economic Status among Youth Pg. No. 65-72
Technostress in Relation to Job Satisfaction and Organisational Commitment among IT Professionals

Impact of spirituality on selfesteem and subjective happiness among college students

Impact of assertiveness training on self concept among adolescents

Relationship Between Connectedness to Nature and Subjective Well Being



Ms Shashi Wahi

Fusion

Fusion

Declining Sex Ratio: Explorations in Geography of Gender’(Edited book)


2231-2005, March, 2012
March-2013, Vol.-3

April 2012



ISSBN No. 2231-2005
ISSBN No. 2231-2005

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Credit Co-operatives in Punjab: An Overview
Democratic Decentralization: A Study of Women Participation in Panchayati Raj Institutions with special reference to Ludhiana District
Parchayati Raj Institutions: A Step Towards Women Empowerment


Ms Harinder Kaur

Fusion

Fusion


Declining Sex Ratio: Explorations in Geography of Gender

March.-2012 Vol.-3

March.-2013, Vol.-3


April 2012

ISSBN No. 2231-2005
ISSBN No. 2231-2005

Credit Cooperatives in Punjab: An Overview
Democratic Decentralization: A Study of Women Participation in Panchayati Raj Institutions with special reference to Ludhiana District
Panchayati raj Institutions-A Step Towards Women Empowerment

Mr. Gaurav Jindal

Research Link







Role of computers in physical education.

Ms Deepshikha

Globalisation and Economic Development(Book)

MicroFinance and Women Empowerment(Book)

Fusion


2011-12
Sept.-2011,Vol.2


ISSBN No. 2231-2005



Growing Retail Sector in India-Big vs. Small

Role of Self-help Groups in Women Empowerment and Poverty Alleviation


Rural Health Infrastructure in Punjab-Problems and Solutions



Mr. Harjinder Singh

Mittal publications(Book)
Mittal publications(Book Edited)

Asian journal of research in business economics & management


International journal of applied financial management perspectives

VOL 2 Issue-October 2012


Volume 1 no. 2 october-december 2012

ISSN 2250-1673

ISSN(P):2279-0896


FDI India retail sector problem and perspective

WTO and textile industry

Efficiency and productivity change of indian commercial banks-a parametric approach
Efficiency of indian public sector banks during post reform period



Ms Vandana

News Magazine

Vol. 14, No. 11 Nov., 2009




Recent Economic and Financial Crises and Inclusive Growth

Manisha Gaur-Guest Faculty

Indian Journal of Applied Research

International Journal of Scientific Research

Global research analysis
Indian Journal of Applied Research
Indian Journal of Applied Research

Research link

Research link





ISSN 2249555X
ISSN 22778179
ISSN

22778160
ISSN 2249555X


ISSN 2249555X
ISSN 09873-1628

ISSN 09873-1628



CRM-need of the hour

E-Agriculture A boon

Food Security – issues and concerns
Cost and strategic management

EVA and performance measurement techniques


Corporate Governance and Business Ethics

Role of Computers in Physical Education



Mrs Riju Sharma

Indian Journal of Applied Research, Ahmedabad

Indian Journal of Applied Research, Ahmedabad Online journal www.languageinindia.com



Volume 1, Issue 9, June 2012

Volume 2, Issue 1, October 2012

March 2013





Rokeiya Shekhawat Hossein’s ‘Sultana’s Dream: A Step towards Success

Style and Stylistics

Conjugal Cacophony in Daughters of Shame


Ruchee Aggarwal

Indian Journal of Applied Research, January 2012
Rokeya Sakhawat Hossein in June 2012
International Journal in Oct 2012

New Trends in Education-Interdisciplinary Perspectives edited by Mohammad Habib and Rajesh Kumar Verma.2013



Issue: 4, Vol: 1

Issue: 9, Vol: 1




ISSN-2249-555X

ISSN-2249-555X


ISSN-2249-555X
ISBN978-93-82011-97-2



Facets of Hunger in Bhibani

Bhattacharya’s SO MANY HUNGERS and KAMALA MARKANDAYA’S NECTAR IN A SIEVE


The reality of Sultana’s dream

The Bluest Eye

New Trends in education



Ms Sudha Sharma-Guest Faculty

Academic Discourse: A Referred Research Journal’
Language in India

International Journal of Professional Development



Vol.1, No.-2 in December 2012 issue

Vol.-13:3


Vol.2, No. 1, Jan-June 2013 Issue



ISSN No.-2278-3296

ISSN-1930-2940

ISSN 2277-9809



On the influence of Hindi/English

Literature on Indian Cinema

Conjugal Cacophony in Jaswinder Sanghera’s Daughters of Shame

Narrative of Home, Displacement and Settlement:Diasporic vision in Bapri’s An American Brat



Ms Sukhpreet Sidhu

International Research Journal of Management Sociology & Humanities
International Research Journal of Commerce, Arts and Science
Chapter 10-Trends of Education in Modern Age

Volume 4 Issue 1, Year 2013

Volume 4 Issue 1, 2013



ISSN 2319-9202

ISBN No. 978-93-82011-97-2.



Multiculturalism and Margaret Laurence

Women in Decision making


New Trends in Education Interdisciplinary Perspectives



Dr. Jyoti Singh-Assistant Professor

Violence in Media and Society
Indian Book Chronicle 2009-10







Gendered Violence: Shashi Deshpande’s The Dark Holds No Terrors’

Paramleen Kaur Syali

Indian Journal of Applied research







Facets of Hunger in Bhabani Bhattacharya’s So many Hungers and Kamala Markandaya’s Nectar In a Sieve

Mr. Parshant Kumar

Pramana Research Journal
Drista Research Journal

Chintan Research Journal


New Trends in Education


Year 1, Issue 4

Year 1, Issue 1, Vol. 2.

Year 2, Issue 9.

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ISSN: 2249-2976
ISSN: 2277-2480
ISSN: 2229-7227

ISBN: 978-93-82011-927




D. H. Lawrence’s Ethics of Human Relationship
Novel as an Ever Expending Genre: A Bakhtinian Study
Language, Literature and Cultural Identity

The Phenomenon of Theory




Mr. Mahender Singh-Assistant Professor

Indian Journal of Psychology & Mental Health, pp 146-154
Indian Journal of Psychology & Mental Health pp 106-110.

Yoga Mimamsha pp 248-254


Journal of Physical Education and allied sciences pp 64-70
Researcher’s Tandem pp 76-83
Journal of Physical Education and Sports Sciences pp no. 83-89
Indian Journal of Psychology & Mental Health Pp 56-60

Volume-1,

February,2008

Volume-2, January, 2011

Vol. XLII, January, 2011

Volume 1 July, 2011

Volume 03, July-Sept., 2012

Vol. No. 1, 2013

Vp;i,e-4(2), January, 2014



ISSN:0973-7286

ISSN: 0973-7286


ISSN: 0044-0507

ISSN: 22307397
ISSN: 2230-8806

ISSN: 2319-9946

ISSN: 0976-9218


Relaxation Techniques and its effects on Psychological variables of an Individual
To study the impact of yoga asanas on anxiety and security-Insecurity

Effect of kapalbhati on weight loss and waist size


Effect of yoga asanas on agility and speed

Comparative study of Adjustment between Yoga and Non Yoga College Students


Effect of Yoga Asanas on Anxiety of College Students

Comparative Study of wellness of Vijay Merchant trophy Cricket Players from different States



Mrs Anita Berry

History Journal of PG Government College, Sec. 11, Chandigarh
National seminar on Consumer Awareness as an Emerging Force in India







Idolization of women in early Indian society and religion

Consumer Capitalism and Bollywood fashion



Dr. Prashant Gaurav-Assistant Professor

Dr. Bakebihari Smriti Granth, Ed.

Dr. Prabhunarayan Bidyarthi, Prakashan Sansthan, New Delhi, P. 69-73, 2009


Ed. Shri Dhaneshwar Prasad, Published by Lord Buddha Institute of Educational and Social Welfare Society, Pages 43-44, 2010
Manak Publications, Delhi, 2010 Pages: x+348
Journal, Punjab University, Chandigarh, P. 107-114
Anusandhanika Journal, P. 23-28
Anusandhanika Journal, p. 34-40

Vol. 18, No. 2, January, 2011


Volume IX, Number 1


Volume IX, Number II, July, 2011





Dr. Bakebihari Mishra and His Historical Research

Boudh Nagari Shravasti, Shantidoot


Birendra Natrh Prasad (Edited with an introduction), Monasteries, Shrines and Society: Buddhist and Brahmanical Religious Institutions in India in their Socio-economic

Agriculture in the Jain Literature

Science and Technology in Arthasastra

Cities in Jain texts


Preet Inder Singh, Punjabi

Chintan, Intl Referred Journal
Hashia Lok

New Trends in Education (Edited Book)



2012

2012


2013

ISSN 2229-7227
RNI (Title Code) PUN PUN 0574-2010
ISBN 9382011978

Bhagat Bani Vich Darshnik Partirodh

Bhagat Bani De Sarokar

Punjabi Bhasha Vich Nave Rujhan


Dr. Sarabjit Singh, Punjabi

Navi Punjabi Alochana (Edited Book)
Sujan Singh da Katha Bodh
Amriki Punjabi Kahani: Punar Mulankan
Punjabi Kavita de Badalde Sarokar
Guru Nanak di Punjabiat nu den

2008

2009


2010

2010


2011




Adhunik Punjabi Kavita te Dalit Chetna

Bagha Da Rakha: Kirat da Dukhankit Bodh


Samkali Amriki Punjabi Kahani: Rajsi Paipekh

Navi Punjabi Kavita: Vichardhark Pachhan Chin


Guru Nanak Bani: Punjabiat da Sankalp

Provide details (if any) of Research awards received by the faculty

  • Dr. Sarabjit Singh,Associate Professor was awarded Dr. Ravi Alochna Award 2012” by Dr. Ravi Memorial Trust, Patiala and Second Award “Dr. Attar Singh Award, Language Department of Govt. of Punjab- 2008”

  • Dr. Baljit Singh,Assistant Prof. “Gurbakhash Singh Kesari Award 2012” by Puadhi Punjabi Sath Mohali.

  • Dr. Unmesh Mishra “Vidya Sagar Upadhi Award” in the subject of Hindi.

  • Dr. Pundit Rao,”Pravashi Punjabi Puraskar” awarded by Adhjera Punjabi News online and poohla oak, Bathinda.

- “Sharanu Ratan” Awarded by Kudalsanagam Basava Peeth, Karnataka

- “Bhai Kanhiya Award” Awarded by Rahoo Press Club (Regd.), Dist Saheed Bhagat

Singh Nagar, Punjab.

- “Punjabiyat da Muddayi” Awarded by Shiromani Punjabi Likhari Sabha, Punjab

(SAS Nagar)

- “Ma Boli Punjabi de Anmol Herre” Awarded by Saheed Memorial Sewa Society,



Ludhiana

  • Dr. Mahender Singh in the subject of Physical Education got Cash prize & Commendation Certificate awarded on BHIM AWARD function by the honorable Governor of Haryana.


Appreciations

  • Chandigarh Amateur Boxing Association for conducting workshop cum training camp for preparation of Chandigarh UT Boxing Team.

  • Chandigarh Amateur Soft Ball Association for extending help in organizing soft Ball Tournament at Chandigarh State and National level.

  • Purvanchal Welfare Association Chandigarh for extending full co-operation during Holi Milan Samaroh.

  • Govt.Medical College and Hospital, Sec-32, Chandigarh for extending co-operation in organizing Blood Donation Camp.

  • Ladakh Students Association Chandigarh for allowing Ladakhi students to participate in Panjab University Zonal Youth Festival.

  • Sahitik Sanskritik Shodh Sanstha for extending co-operation in organizing International Conference in Hindi.


Ph.D Degrees received by the faculty from 2010-2014


Name

Subject

Dr. Gurjeet Kaur

Physical Education

Dr. J.K. Sehgal

Commerce

Dr. Sukhdev Singh

Punjabi

Dr. Harjinder Singh

Economics

Dr. Neelam Rani

Economics


Recognition received by the faculty from reputed professional bodies and agencies, nationally and internationally

  • Dr. Roshan Lal, Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology is Convenor of Indian Psychology Association for Punjab and Chandigarh.

  • Dr. Mukesh Chauhan, Assistant Professor, Department of Commerce is a Fellow member of Institute of Cost Accountants of India(ICAI)

  • Mrs. Harinder Kaur Associate Professor, Department of Public Adminstrationis life member of Indian Institute of Public Adminstration New Delhi.

  • Dr.Uma Narang, Assistant Professor, Department of commerce is life member of Indian Commerce Association.

  • Dr.Tanuja Talwar , Assistant Professor, Department of Commerce is life member of Indian Commerce Association.

  • Ms.Pooja Sareen, Assistant Professor, Department of Commerce,is life member of Indian Commerce Association.


Incentives given to faculty for receiving state, national and international recognitions for research contributions

Non monetary incentives are provided to the faculty members to receive state, national and international recognition for the research contribution in the form of appreciation, felicitation, duty leave etc.



Criteria 3.5 Consultancy
3.5.1 Give details of the systems and strategies for establishing institute-industry interface?

Training and Placement Cell of our college is catering to the needs of the students who develop over all personality and enable them to find suitable jobs with reputed national and multinational organizations. The institution acts as a bridge between students and employers and plan career talks and personality development.

As part of our Placement Cell activities during 2009-10, 39 students were shortlisted for job placement by following organizations i.e. G.T.T, Pb. Infotech, IBM, Unicon Inn, Excel Callnet and HDFC Standard life.

During 2010-11 & 2011-12, 88 students were shortlisted by following organizations such as NIIT, IBM, Daksh, WIPRO, HCL and IFBI.

During 2012-13, 37 students were shortlisted by ICA Infotech, NIIT, IBM and Genpack.
3.5.2 What is the stated policy of the institution to promote consultancy?How is the available expertise advocated and publicized?

Being a Governmentinstitution, it is obligatory to follow government rules.To promote consultancyincludes the expert of all the departments to provide guidance and counselling to stakeholders in selection of appropriate stream.Training and placement cell provides its expertise for the welfare of the students.



3.5.3 How does the institution encourage the staff to utilize their expertise and available facilities for consultancy services?

The institution encourages the staff to utilize their expertise and intellect for the betterment of the society on an honorary basis. In case it is on paid basis in a particular case,prior permission of higher authorities is mandatory and 1/3rdof the revenue earned has to be deposited in Government Treasury.


3.5.4 List the broad areas and major consultancy services provided by the institution and the revenue generated during the last four years.

The consultancy is provided by the college faculty on gratuitous basis in their field of specialization and no revenue is generated for the same.


3.5.5 What is the policy of the institution in sharing the income generated through consultancy (staff involved: Institution) and its use for institutional development?

As stated earlier the consultancy is provided by the college faculty on gratuitous basis in their field of specialization and no revenue is generated for the same. In case it is on paid basis in a particular case, 1/3rd of the revenue earned has to be deposited in Government Treasury as per guidelines of Chandigarh Administration.


3.6 Extension Activities and Institutional Social Responsibility (ISR)
3.6.1How Does the institution promote institution-neighborhood-communitynetwork and Student engagement,contributing to good citizenship, service orientation and holistic Development of student?

The Institution promotes institution-neighborhood –community network and students engage in various ways:



  • A neighboring village Ram Darbar has been adopted by NSS unit of the college.Themajor activities of NSS in Ram Darbar and other surrounding areas include: Tree Plantation., Cleanliness drives,Socio economic survey of the village,Aids Awareness,Hygienic awareness, blood donation camps,Nutrition Awareness etc.

  • Besides NSS,the following societies are performing various community outreach activities on campus and off campus

  • Drug De-addiction Society

  • Gender Equity Society

  • Community Hygiene Society

  • AIDS Awareness Society

  • Traffic Awareness and Road Safety society

  • Preservation and Promotion of Heritage and Culture Society

  • Environment Awareness Society

  • Best from the Waste Society

  • Stress Management Society

3.6.2 What is the Institutional mechanism to track student’s involvement in various social movement/ activities which promote citizenship roles?

The institute is committed to student’s participation in various social activities like


  • NSS

  • NCC

  • Societies

  • Anti Sexual Harassment Committee

  • Placement cell

  • Student Council


3.6.3How does the institution solicit stakeholder perception on the overall performance and quality of the institution?

The institution solicit stakeholder perception on the overall performance and quality of the institution



  • The college solicits student’s perceptions through their feed back every year.

  • The college solicits parents’s perceptions through their feed back every year.

  • The college solicits Alumni’s perceptions through their feed back every year.

  • Problem grievances are redressed by students’ council active participation.

  • Head of the institution and departments play a pro-active role in redressing student’s grievances.

  • Parents in parent teacher meetings also give their suggestion.

  • Regular staff meetings are conducted to keep the staff updating.


3.6.4How does the institution plan and organize its extension and outreach programmes? Providing the budgetary details for last four years, Form list the major extension and outreach programmes and their impact on the overall development of students.

Post Graduate Government College in sector-46, Chandīgarh has worked a lot to enlarge the purview of outreach programme. Proposed calendar of activities ofDepartments/Societies/NSS/NCC/Training and Placement Cell/Library/Committees is prepared for the coming session.Each student has to be members of atleast three different societies. During last three years college has formed nine different societies to work on different social issues. All the expenditures are made out of regular fund of the college. There are four regular NSS units working in the college to involve the students in social work and community related activities.


Community Service provided by college NSS Units:

MEMBERS NSS

  • Prof. Praveen Chaubey (In-charge)

  • Dr. G.C. Sethi (Program Officer)

  • Dr. Tanuja Talwar (Program Officer)

  • Prof. Rajinder Singh (Program Officer)

Total Number of NSS units: 04

Total Number of NSS Volunteers: 450



ACTIVITIES 2010-11

S.N.

Month

Activity

1

AUGUST

NSS Unit and Blood Donation Society organized an interactive session with the students before the Semi-annual Blood Donation Camp.

2

August

NSS and Red Ribbon Club organized a talk on AIDS Awareness for the students of the college.

3

August

NSS Unit organized a tree plantation drive with the students. Dozens of trees were planted with the help of the Volunteers.

4

August

The Pharmacy Department of Post Graduate Govt College, Sector 46 in association with the NSS unit of the college.

5

September

Selection for Pre Republic Day Parade Camp-2010 was organized in PGGC46 Chandigarh.56 NSS Volunteers from Chandigarh, Abohar, Malout, Ludhiana, Muktsar, Doraha took part in the event.

6

SEPTEMBER

NSS Unit of the PGGC-46 Chandigarh celebrated the International Literacy Day on 8th of Sept 2010.

7

SEPTEMBER

NSS Unit of the college celebrated NSS DAY

8

OCTOBER

All the NSS volunteers participated in the International Gandhi Peace March on 2nd October 2010 at Parade ground, Sector 17 Chandigarh .

9

OCTOBER

The NSS unit along with the Environment society of the college organized an environmental awareness rally to spread awareness of pollution caused by bursting crackers during Diwali.

10

November

NSS Wing got the Herbal Garden inaugurated.

11

November

The NSS Unit celebrated “The Communal Harmony Week” from 19th to 25th Nov. 2010.

12

DECEMBER

Red Ribbon Club and NSS Wing of PGGC-46, Chandigarh organized a “Candle Light March on the occasion of “World AIDS Day”.

13

DECEMBER

NSS unit of the college organized seven days special day night camp.

14

January

15 members were deputed to participate in the camp in Patna. Around 400 NSS volunteers had participated from all over India.

15

JANUARY :

 


20 NSS volunteers participated in the PULSE POLIO IMMUNIZATION DRIVE

17

February

 


The annual function of NSS was organized

ACTIVITIES 2011-12



S.no

Month

Activity

1

August

A lecture on blood donation delivered by Dr. Gagandeep kaur

2

August

A lecture on AIDS Awareness prevention and cure

3

August

A Blood Donation Camp by the NSS Unit in the college campus.

4

September

Teachers day celebrated in the college

5

September

International literacy day was celebrated in the college.

6

September

Exhibition of posters to spread Aids awareness.

7

Feburary

A Blood Donation Camp by the NSS Unit in the college campus.

ACTIVITIES 2012-13




S.N.

Month

ACTIVITY

1

August


Assembly of NSS Volunteers and Tree Plantation in the College Campus.

2

August

AIDS Awareness Workshop at College Campus.

3

August

“Independence Day” Celebration by NSS Volunteers.

4

August

“Sadbhavna-Divas” Celebration by NSS Volunteers.

5

August

“Blood-Donation Camp” By NSS PGGC-46.

6

September

One Day Camp at Ram-Darbar by NSS Volunteers.

7

October

1 Day Camp for Earth-Work, at NSS Herbal Garden GC-46.

8

October

7 Day Camp by NSS Volunteers at Campus & Ramdarbar

9

November

“Kaumi-Ekta-Divas” Celebration by NSS Volunteers.

10

December

Visit to Sector-34 Police Station on “Police Visit Week”.

11

December

“Breast Cancer Awareness” Talk by NSS PGGC-46.

12

December

Visit to “Red-Ribbon-Express” at Chandigarh Railway Station.

13

January

“National Youth Day” Celebrated by NSS PGGC-46.

14

January

“Plus-Polio” Awareness Program by NSS.

15

January

NSS Volunteers Participated “Plus-Polio Drive”.

16

January

Talk & Essay Writing Competition on “Swami Vivekanand Jayanti”.

17

February

Medical Cum Health Check-up Camp at College Campus.

18

February

“Motivational Talk” by Motivation Guru.

19

February

“Blood-Donation-Camp” at College Campus by NSS.

20

February

NSS Trip to Golden Temple / Bagha Border.

21

February and March

Arunnanchal Trail (Adventure Camp) by NSS.

22

February and March

“Self Defence Training for Girls” with the help of Chandigarh Police.

23

March

NSS Annual Function at College Campus.



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