The Annual Quality Assurance Report( aqar) of the iqac name of the Institution: S. D. College (Lahore), Ambala Cantt



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Annual Quality Assurance Report Session 2003-04





The Annual Quality Assurance Report( AQAR) of the IQAC
Name of the Institution: S.D.College (Lahore), Ambala Cantt Year of Report: 2003-2004
Part A

What is the plan of action chalked out by the IQAC in the beginning of the year for quality enhancement and what is the outcome by the end of the year?
1. Curricular Aspects:

Actions Planned:

a) To make significant contribution to the design of curriculum by the University, each department should design the change in syllabus to be made in each class and send it to the Board of studies of their respective departments.


Outcome:

a. Department of Home Science was involved at total redesigning of the three year course in B.Sc.

Home Science both at the college & the University level.

b. Department of Hindi has made significant contribution towards change in syllabi of B.A III

c. Department of has made significant contribution towards change in syllabi of B.A I, B.A III and

M.A II
2. Teaching Learning and Evaluation



Actions Planned:

a) To give exposure to the teachers regarding latest developments in the field of Higher Education and to bring together the academicians and experts from different parts of the country for exchange of knowledge and ideas and in-depth analysis of the subject, it was proposed that the Dept. of English ,Hindi & Women Cell should organize National Level Seminars .


b) Maximum teachers to participate in the seminars, workshops and orientation programmes
c) Proposals to hold seminars/ workshops to be prepared for financial help from different agencies by the departments of Hindi, Sanskrit, Commerce.
d) Upgradation of centralized media facility for preparation of audio-visuals and other teaching aids.
e) Enrichment of Book-bank facility for the poor and needy students.
f) Addition & Upgradation of new equipments and facilities according to latest changes in curriculum.
g) Teachers be encouraged to design Power Point Presentation on the topics of their respective subjects.
h) Each department/society should organize an educational tour to Industries, Research Labs and places related to curriculum.
i) At the Time of Convocation, each student be required to fill up the student feedback questionnaire proforma for evaluation of the faculty as well as institution.
j) Meritorious students to be provided with:

i) Regular interaction with the Principal

ii) Books from the Book Bank.

iii) Provision for getting extra books issued from Library

iv) Scholarships

v) Informal Interaction with subject teacher to solve their problems.


k) To improve the experimental skills of the students, exhibition of working and non-working models is to be held.
l) Each Dept/ Society to organize the following Intra/Inter class or Inter college competitions:

i) Declamation

ii) Quiz Contest

iii) Debate

iv) Poetical Recitation

v) Fine Arts/Home science Competitions

vi) Extension Lectures.

vii) Seminars/Workshops.

viii)Software Development

ix) Power point Presentation.


Outcome:

a. Two National Level seminars and one regional seminar have been organized by the dept. of Hindi , English and Women Cell on the topics ‘Madhya Yugin Sahitya Ka Sanskritik Avdan’, ‘Feminism and Fiction’ and ‘Atrocities against women’ respectively .


b. Ten teachers of our college attended the seminars/conferences as resource persons. Thirty two teachers have participated in various seminars/workshops/conferences at International, National, State & Regional level and 4 teachers have participated in refresher courses.In addition the college Principal has been nominated as member Coordinator peer team to assess and accreditate the institutions of higher learning.
c. Depts of Hindi, Sanskrit, Commerce have prepared proposals to hold seminars/workshops

and sent to UGC for approval.


d. Two more computers are added in the Central Computing facility centre.
e. The college has set up a book bank for the poor and needy students from this session and about 135 students have been benefited.
f. Various departments of the college have been furnished with new equipments worth Rs. 2,22,925 = 00.
g Teachers of the various departments prepared power point presentations relating to their respective disciplines to make teaching comprehensive.

h Eight educational trips have been organized by various Associations.


i At the time of convocation, each student filled up the student feedback questionnaire provided by the college for evaluation of the faculty as well as institution.
j. Principal interacted with the meritorious students thrice a year to solve their problems. The college has given special scholarships to students who got first rank in the university. There is provision in the library to issue extra books to them.
k. Departments of Electronics, IT and Computer Science organized an exhibition of working and non-working models to improve the experimental skills of the students.
l. Various associations/ societies organized Four Quiz-Contests, Eight Essay-Writing, Seven Poster-Making, Five Extension Lectures, Eight Seminars/ Workshops, Three Poetic Recitations and many other activities for the students.
3. Research Consultancy and Extension:

Actions Planned:

a) The Research Committee to help the teachers for submitting the research proposals to various agencies.


b) Extension activities:

The NSS and NCC units of the college to include in their annual action plan the following events:



  1. Trekking Camp

  2. Seminar/Workshops

  3. Blood Donation Camp

  4. Plan to help the society in the face of any natural calamity

  5. To create awareness in the society with socially relevant programmes like Adult Education and Literacy campaign, Drug De-addiction and prevention, Aids Awareness and Prevention/ Blood Donation camps/ Spiritual Health and Education , Polio and Rubela Awareness, Conservation of Water, Pollution Awareness and small savings, various camps be organised.

c) To motivate teachers to prepare proposals for minor and major research projects from different agencies
d) To encourage the students and teachers to participate in extension activities.

i) Charts and Banners to be displayed in the college.

ii) Extension Lectures
e) To motivate the teachers to publish their Research Work
Outcome:

a. Information regarding research work is routed through the Heads of various Departments along with proposal proforma and guidelines.


b. Six camps have been attended by NCC cadets. five camps and five workshops have been attended by NSS students.
c. Four teachers of the college got research grants from U.G.C for their Research.

S.No

Name of Investigator

Title

Duration

Amount (Rs.)



Dr. R.C. Sharma,

Dept. of Hindi



Hindi Ke Janjati Mulak Upanyaso mein Varg Chetana

March 2004 to 2006

35000=00



Dr. Ashutosh Angiras,

Dept. of Sanskrit



Sanskrit Vangmaye Mein Vak-Tatva Mimansaa

March 2004 to 2006

30000=00



Prof. A.K.Sharma,

Dept. of Commerce & Off. Mgt.



Investment Behaviour of Individuals

March 2004 to 2006

39000=00



Prof. Rajeev Chander Sharma,

Dept. of Commerce & Off. Mgt.



Vegiyanik Upkaran Udyog mein Sharemikon Ke Manobal Ka Vishleshnatamak Adhyan

March 2004 to 2006

25000=00

d. Nine Extension Lectures were organized by the college and also Two teachers of our college delivered extension lectures.


e. Fourteen Research papers were presented by the teachers of the college.
4. Infrastructure and Learning Resources:

Actions Planned:

a) Upgradation of Central Computing facility by providing more computers.


b) Setting up Digital Library Section in the library.
c) Improvements in Internet facilities.
d) To meet the ever-increasing requirements of the students, Three New class rooms, One Commerce Lab is to be added in the current session.
e) Reconstruction of Administrative Wing.
f) Renovation of Corridors.
g) Improvement in Library infrastructure.
h) Procuring of more books and journals for Library.
i) More books are to be added to the book bank in the library so that maximum number of students are issued books for full session.
j) Each dept to recommend latest new books/ journals and periodicals concerning their subject for the library.
k) More computers to be added to the library.
l) Dept of Commerce, Hindi and English to be provided with computers in this session.
m) All Weather Cricket Pitch for women cricket team to be prepared.
n) More incentives to be given to outstanding sports persons.
Outcome:

a. Two more computers are added to the central computing facility centre.


b. Digital Library with 500 CD’s on different topics has been established in the college

Library. Also CD Catalogue software is made available in the Library.


c. The college has added one server and five computers to the library which work on LAN through ISDN line of BSNL.
d. A new Librarian’s office and Teachers’ section were added to the library.
e. The Library facilities are strengthened by adding the following:

Sr. No.

Type

Number

Total Cost (Rs.)

1.

Text Books

415

84250=00

2.

Other Books

503

85090=00

3.

Journals/Periodicals

88

38300=00

4.

Newspapers

21

16911=00

f. Three classrooms were added. One Commerce Lab has been added with a capacity of accommodating twenty students.


g. Administrative office comprising of three sections viz. , Fee, Examination, Accounts along with a big hall for the students have been reconstructed.
h. The ground-floor corridors of the college were re -laid with Kota stone.
i. More books have been added to the Library to benefit maximum students.
j. Teachers from various departments submitted a list of books to be purchased for the library

in the beginning of the session ___.


k. Two more computers are added in the central computing facility centre.
l. One computer each to Commerce dept, English dept and Hindi dept has been provided.
m. All weather cricket pitch for women cricket team has been prepared.
n.  1. Full Fee Concession.

2. Freeship.

3. Freeship + Books.

4. Freeship + Books and monthly Scholarship and Sports Stipend.

5. The Department of Sports holds varrious Camps.

(i) Off-Season Camps.

(Immediately after the Annual Examinations, the college holds various summer

coaching camps of about two months duration for the outstanding sports persons and

sufficient diet is also provided.

(ii) Diet is provided to the poor outstanding Athletes and Players.

(iii) The college has made special provision for the sports women coming for practice from

far off places to stay in the hostel.     




  1. Student Support and Progression:

Actions Planned:

  1. A new student feedback questionnaire proforma to be introduced from the current session to cover maximum aspects of campus life.

  2. The Employment & Placement Cell to hold

    1. Seminars.

    2. Campus interviews to be fixed with Industries.

    3. Extension Lectures to motivate students for self employments/entrepreneurship.

  3. Annual meeting of the Alumni Association to be held in the month of March/April. and following proposals to be discussed in the meeting:

i) Donations from well placed old students, especially NRI students.

ii) Permanent Life Membership.

iii) Annual Meet.


  1. Taking help from Alumni to provide job opportunities to our students.

  2. Construction of the college Auditorium


Outcome:

a. At the time of convocation each student filled up the student feedback questionnaire and various analysis report was generated and submitted for necessary action.


b. One seminar and three workshops were organized by Vocational, Guidance and Placement cell.
c. Meeting of the Alumni Association ’Sdian’ was held on 10th April 2004 in which the decision about the construction of college auditorium was taken.
6. Organisation and Management :

Actions Planned:


  1. More Sub-Committees to be made to cover all the areas of activities like academic, sports, cultural etc from this session and each committee to hold atleast one meeting in each term under the Chairmanship of the Convener. These committees to give written feedback to the Principal to improve the Organisation and Management.

  2. Electronics, IT & Computer dept. of the college to hold a one month training programme for Non -teaching staff on the basics of computer.

  3. Workshops for Non-teaching staff on Organisational skills, Office automation, Computer awareness, Written English Communication etc.


Outcome:

a. About Thirty five sub-committees are there to cover all areas of activities in the college and these committees held more than one meeting in each term and the suggestions were given to the Principal for the improvement of organization and management.


b. A one-month computer training programme was organized by the Electronics, IT & Computer Association for the non-teaching staff of the college which covered all the basics of computer , Thirteen non-teaching staff members of the college joined it and were benefited.

Part B
1. Activities reflecting the goals and objectives of the Institution

The college aims at imparting quality higher education in assonance with the changing needs of time. A wide range of professional and vocational courses to be introduced from the next session would open up new vistas for career making. Apart from academics, sports, cultural and co-curricular activities along with N.C.C. ans N.S.S provide opportunities for the all round development of personality. The college endeavors to inculcate discipline and self- confidence in students to make them self-reliant and responsible citizens who are always ready to offer selfless service to the society.


2. New academic programmes initiated (UG and PG )

Nil.
3. Innovations in curricular design and transaction

The heads of various departments formulate a term-wise syllabus in consultation with their departmental colleagues and the same is followed during the session. This ensures uniformity in teaching, especially where a class is being taught by more than one teacher. The curriculum for a subject is regularly updated in the meetings of the Board of Studies where many of our teachers are members. Educational trips to various industries/organizations, conducting of seminars/group discussions are decided by the respective departments in their departmental meetings & the same are implemented by the respective teachers-incharge. This has shown significant improvement in university results of the college, personality development of the students & their placement in various P.G. courses/ employment.
4. Inter-disciplinary programmes started

Nil.


5. Examination reforms implemented

The college has strengthened its teaching-learning techniques & evaluation system. The students have access to their performance records of class tests. This helps them in making a comparative analysis of their performance.


6. Number of candidates qualified: NET/SLET

Nil
7. a). Number of seminars/workshops conducted:




S.No

Name of the Organizing Department/Unit

Type & Duration

Topic

National/

International



1.

Hindi

Seminar

17-03-04 to 18-03-04



Madhya Yugin Sahitya Ka Sanskritik Avdan

National

2.

English

Seminar

9-03-04 to 10-03-04



Feminism and Fiction

National

3.

Women Cell

Seminar

10-01-2k4



Atrocities Against Women

Regional

4.

Vocational Guidance & Placement cell

Workshop

28-01-2004



Internet & its Applications

College

Seminar

29-01-2004



Vocational Guidance for Graduates

Inter College

Workshop

30-01-2004



Hospitality Management

Inter College

Workshop

7-02-2004



Internet & its Applications

College

Workshop

20-02-4004,

21-2-2004


Entrepreneurship Development Programme

College

b). Number of Extension Lectures conducted for the students:


S.No

Topic

Date

Key Speaker

Association


1.

Nuances Of Phonetics &Eng Speaking

31-10-03

Col JMS Hatter

English Literary

2.

Talk On Career Oriented Programmes

11-11-03

Ms.Anjali & Mr.Abhishek

Physics

3.

Mughal kaal Mein Bhumikar Vyavastha




Dr.G.Khurana, HOD, Dept of History, KUK.

History

4.

AtomicEnergy

25-11-03

Prof.B Bhattacharya, Director Atomic Research Center Bombay

Gyan Chand Memorial trust in collaboration with S.D.College, Ambala Cantt

5.

Indo- Tibetan Relations

03-09-03

Deputy Speaker of Tibet Parliament Ms. Dolma Gairi

Political Science

8. a). Number of seminars/workshops attended by teaching staff as Resource persons :




S.No

Name of teacher

Type and Duration

Topic

Organized

By


National/ Internati-onal

Participant/ Resource Person



Dr. Desh Bandhu

(Principal)



Training Programme 15-07-03 to

17-07-03


NAAC peer team Assessor Training programme

NAAC Banglore at G.N.D.U Amritsar

Regional

Participant

18-08-03

NAAC Consortium of accredited Institution at GJU, Hissar

NAAC Banglore

State

Participant

Seminar

24-08-03


Examination Reform

HNGCPA & Aggarwal PG College, Bhalabhgarh

State Level

Resource Person

Seminar

14-09-03


Challenges in Higher Education

HCTU & GMN College, Ambala Cantt.

State Level

Resource Person

Seminar

14-11-03 to

16-11-03


Language Teacher Samelan

Punjab School Education Board Mohali and S.D. Education Board Chandigarh at

PAU , Ludhiana



Regional

Resource Person

20-09-03

Awareness about NAAC process

LBS Arya Girls College, Barnala

State Level

Resource Person

Seminar

28-03-04


Challenges before Higher Education

HNGCPA D.N. College, Hissar

State

Resource Person

19-11-03 to 20-11-03

NAAC peer team visits

Namrup college Assam

National

Member Co-ordinator

21-11-03 to 22-11-03

NAAC peer team visits

Demow college Assam

National

Member Co-ordinator

03-12-03 to 04-12-03

NAAC peer team visits

SCD Govt. college Ludhiana

National

Member Co-ordinator

05-12-03 to 06-12-03

NAAC peer team visits

Khalsa college for Women, Sidwan Khurd

National

Member Co-ordinator

23-02-04 to 24-02-04

NAAC peer team visits

S.M college Dinanagar

National

Member Co-ordinator

25-02-04 to 26-02-04

NAAC peer team visits

Khalsa college, Qadian

National

Member Co-ordinator



Dr. Neena Malhotra

Seminar

30-01-04 to

31-01-04


English Language Teaching in Colleges:

Challenges & Solutions



Govt. College, Gohana (Sonepat)

National

Paper Presented

XXXVI Conference

26-02-04 to

28-02-04


Dehumanization of slaves in Toni Morrison’s Beloved

IAAS (Indian Association for American Studies)

National

Paper Presented

Seminar

09-03-03


to

10-03-04


Feminism & Fiction

Dept. of English, S.D.College Ambala Cantt

National

Organiser



Veena Sharma

Seminar

09-03-03


to

10-03-04


Feminism & Fiction

Dept. of English, S.D.College Ambala Cantt

National

Paper Presented



Dr. Asha Sharma

Seminar

09-03-03


to

10-03-04


Feminism & Fiction

Dept. of English, S.D.College Ambala Cantt

National

Paper Presented



Dr. R.C. Sharma

Seminar

17-03-2k4

to

18-03-2k4



Madhyayugin Sahitya ka Sanskritik Avdan

S.D. College, Ambala Cantt

National

Convener



Dr. Urmil Sharma

Seminar

17-03-2k4

to

18-03-2k4



Madhyayugin Sahitya ka Sanskritik Avdan

S.D. College, Ambala Cantt

National

Paper- Presented



Dr. Vijay Sharma

Seminar

17-03-2k4

to

18-03-2k4



Madhyayugin Sahitya ka Sanskritik Avdan

S.D. College, Ambala Cantt

National

Paper- Presented



Dr. Rattan Singh Dhillon

Conference

06-09-03


Prof. of Punjabi Bhai Dilt Singh memorial at Banda Bahadur . College Fatehgarh Sahib

Gyani Dilt Singh Memorial Society

National

Resource Person

Conference

07-01-04 to

09-01-04


Shri Guru Granth Sahib different prospective

Punjabi University, Patiala

International

Resource Person

Seminar

16-10-03


On the Book “ Dhup Di Talash”

Sirjana kandas, Kapurthala

Inter State

Paper Presented



Dr. Sushil Kansal

Seminar

30-01-04


To

31-01-04


“Effective Methods of Teaching English Language in 21st Century”

Dept. of English, Govt. College Gohana (Hr.)

National

Paper Presented

Seminar

09-03-04


To

10-03-04


“Feminism and Fiction”

Dept. of English,

S.D. College, A./ Cantt.



National

Org. Secretary



Dr. Ashutosh Angiras

Seminar

22-08-03


Philosophical Background of Narratives in the context of Kashmir Saivism

Dept. of Evening Studies, P.U. Chandigarh

National

Paper Presented

Seminar

05-07-04


to

07-07-04


Kashmir Shaiv Darshan Mein Sondrya Chetna Ka Savroop

Dept. of Philosophy, P.U. Chandigarh.

National

Paper Presented

Seminar

11-02-04


to

13-02-04


Manter Viyakhiya Ki Tantrik Padati, Tantrik Chetna Ka Bhartiya Manas Par Parbhav

Dept. of Philosophy, Rajasthan University, Jaipur.

National

Paper Presented

Seminar

19-02-04


to

20-02-04


Manvadhikar Ke Sandarabh Mein Arth Chintan Avam Yagh Darshan

Dept. of Philosophy, P.U. Chandigarh.

National

Paper Presented

Seminar

04-03-04


Bhagvad Geeta Ki Prashan Mimansa

S.D. College, Chandigarh

Regional

Paper Presented

b). Number of seminars/workshops attended by teaching staff as Participants:




S.No

Name of teacher

Type and Duration

Topic

Organized

By


National/ Internati-onal

Participant/ Resource Person

1.

Dr. Desh Bandhu

(Principal)



Seminar

18-08-03


NAAC Consortium

G.J.U. Hissar

State Level

Participant

2.

Dr. Neena Malhotra

Seminar

24-03-04 to

25-03-04


Compulsions of Minority Govt. & its future in India

Dyal Singh College, Karnal

National

Participant

3.

S.L. Singla

Seminar

09-03-03


to

10-03-04


Feminism & Fiction

Dept. of English, S.D.College Ambala Cantt

National

Participant

4.

Anju Chaudhary

Seminar

09-03-03


to

10-03-04


Feminism & Fiction

Dept. of English, S.D.College Ambala Cantt

National

Participant

5.

Dr. Alka Sharma

Seminar

09-03-03


to

10-03-04


Feminism & Fiction

Dept. of English, S.D.College Ambala Cantt

National

Participant

6.

Harroop Virk

Seminar

09-03-03


to

10-03-04


Feminism & Fiction

Dept. of English, S.D.College Ambala Cantt

National

Participant

7.

M.V. Sen

Seminar

09-03-03


to

10-03-04


Feminism & Fiction

Dept. of English, S.D.College Ambala Cantt

National

Participant

8.

P.Mathur

Seminar

22-11-03

Recent Trends in Computer Application


AIMT, Ambala City

National

Participant

9.

Dr. Rajinder Singh

Seminar

24-08-03


Examination Reform

HNGCPA & Aggarwal PG College, Bhalabhgarh

State Level

Participant

Seminar

22-11-03

Recent Trends in Computer Application


AIMT, Ambala City

National

Participant

10.

Ms. Maninder Madan

Workshop


Rangoli, Poster making & Clay modelling

Govt. College, Panchkula

Inter College

Participant

11.

Dr. A.K. Tondon

Seminar

19-10-2k3



1. Emergence of new India opportunities & Challenges

2. Teachers as Mentors & Role Models.



CFA University, Hyderabad.

-do-


Regional

-do-


Participant

-do-


Workshop

24-01-2k4



Communication Skill Development


Tilak Raj Chadha Institute of Mgt. ,

Yamunanagar



State

Participant

12.

A.K. Sharma

Workshop

6-7-2k3



New Commerce Curriculum

Deptt. of Commerce K.U.K.

National

Participant

Seminar

19-10-2k3




Faculty Development Program

ICFAI

Chandigarh



Regional

Participant

Seminar

29-04-2k4

to

30-04-2k4



Management-New issues and Challenges.

Commerce Department

K.U.K


National

Participant

13.

P.K. Seth

Conference

25-12-2k3

to

27-12-2k3



Marketing Finance,Accounting & Company Governance

North Maharashtra University

National

Participant

14.

M.K. Jain

Workshop

6-7-2k3



New Commerce Curriculum

Deptt. of Commerce K.U.K.

National

Participant

Seminar

13-9-2k3



Employee employer relation mgt.

AIMT

Ambala City



Regional

Participant

Seminar

19-10-2k3




Faculty Development Program

ICFAI

Chandigarh



National

Participant

Seminar

25-12-2k3

to

27-12-2k3



Marketing, Finance, Accounting & Company Governance

AICC North Maharashtra University

National

Participant

15.

Dr. R.C. Sharma

Workshop

13-11-2k3

to

16-11-2k3



Workshop of Language Teachers

Punjab School Education Board Mohali and S.D. Education Board Chandigarh at Punjab Agricultural University, Ludhiana

Regional

Participant

16.

Dr. D.K. Jain

Workshop

27-02-2k4

to

28-02-2k4



Madhyayugin Sahitya ka Sanskritik Avdan

Haryana Sahitya Academy

Chandigarh



National

Participant

17.

Dr. Urmil Sharma

Workshop

27-02-2k4

to

28-02-2k4




Madhyayugin Sahitya ka Sanskritik Avdan

Haryana Sahitya Academy

Chandigarh



National

Participant

18.

Dr. N.K. Sharma

Workshop

13-11-2k3

to

16-11-2k3



Workshop of Language Teachers

P S E B Mohali and S.D. E B Chandigarh at PAU, Ludhiana

Regional

Participant

Seminar

17-03-2k4

to

18-03-2k4



Madhyayugin Sahitya ka Sanskritik Avdan

S.D. College, Ambala Cantt

National

Participant

19.

Dr. Rattan Singh Dhillon

Seminar

18-11-03 to

19-11-03


Colonialism and Part Colonialism & Punjabi Literature at Punjab University Chandigarh

National Academy of letters

New Delhi



National

Participant

Seminar

19-03-04


To

20-03-04


Violence and counter violence in the literature of North Indian languages.

National Academy of letters

New Delhi



Regional

Participant

Seminar

16-10-03


“Dharat Grahan “ Gazal Book of Sh. Harbhajan Kamal

Haryana Punjabi Sahit Academy at Panchkula

Regional

Participant

Conference

28-05-04


To

30-05-04


“Indo Pak Relations Literature/ Culture/ Language, etc.”

World Punjabi Conference India Chapter

at Chandigarh



International

Participant

Seminar

06-06-04


To

09-06-04


“Media and Society”

Brahm Kumari Ishwari Mountabhu

National

Participant

20.

Dr. U.V. Singh

Seminar

10-03-04


to

11-03-04


Punjab History Congress

Punjabi University, Patiala

National

Participant

21.

Mohamad Arif

Seminar

09-03-03


to

10-03-04


Feminism & Fiction

Dept. of English, S.D.College Ambala Cantt

National

Participant

22.

Gatha Sharma

Seminar

09-03-03


to

10-03-04


Feminism & Fiction

Dept. of English, S.D.College Ambala Cantt

National

Participant

23.

Yogita Dua

Seminar

09-03-03


to

10-03-04


Feminism & Fiction

Dept. of English, S.D.College Ambala Cantt

National

Participant

24.

Suman Dua

Seminar

17-03-2k4

to

18-03-2k4



Madhyayugin Sahitya ka Sanskritik Avdan

S.D. College, Ambala Cantt

National

Participant

25.

Dev Raj Sharma

Seminar

17-03-2k4

to

18-03-2k4



Madhyayugin Sahitya ka Sanskritik Avdan

S.D. College, Ambala Cantt

National

Participant

26.

Saryu Sharma

Seminar

17-03-2k4

to

18-03-2k4



Madhyayugin Sahitya ka Sanskritik Avdan

S.D. College, Ambala Cantt

National

Participant

27.

Smriti Maken

Seminar

22-11-03

Recent Trends in Computer Application


AIMT, Ambala City

National

Participant

c). Number of teachers who delivered Extension Lectures


S.No

Name of teacher

Type and Duration

Topic

Organized

By


National/ Internati-onal



Dr. Desh Bandhu

(Principal)



26-04-03

Awareness about NAAC process

G.G.D.S.D college, Hariana




20-09-03

do

LBS Arya Girls College, Barnala

State Level

07-11-03

do

Dev Samaj college for Girls, Chandigarh




18-12-03

do

S.S.D Girls college , Bathinda






Dr. U.V. Singh

--

Savtantarta Sangram

Govt. College, Ambala Cantt.

College Level

--

Freedom Movement in Ambala

K.V. 1 School, Ambala Cantt.

School


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