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PANJAB UNIVERSITY

Excellence is never achieved in a day. Excellence has a preface. A preface, no less than a saga made up of extraordinary events, real life heroes and a foundation ornamented with valour, initiative, sacrifice and faith. A foundation, so deep rooted and concrete, which creates edifices emitting values, knowledge, thoughts to the society at large and a character to its inhabitants. That excellence is what Goswami Ganesh Dutta Sanatan Dharam College has achieved in its thirty seven years of existence.

Right from its very inception, the college was fortunate to have been led by eminent stalwarts. Inspired by the spirit of service and sacrifice, the institution was incepted on 3rd July, 1973 in the revered memory of Goswami Ganesh Dutta Ji, who envisioned Chandigarh as a focal point of culture and saw it as a potential hub for Sanatanist activities.

His dream materialized under the dynamic leadership of late Pt. Mohan Lal Ji, former Education, Home and Finance Minister, Punjab, and other eminent educationists, prominent lawyers and public men. With the efforts and collaboration of such profound workers, a first rate college was established, firmly grounded on the bricks of principles and values, proudly telling the world about its very character in its motto ‘Firm in Faith and Broad in Mind’. The teething troubles of the institution were overcome by the ‘karmayogi’ Pt. Mohan Lal Ji, who, with his pragmatism, vision, administrative acumen and exceptional enthusiasm led the institution from the front.

Pandit ji was joined in his untiring efforts by the luminary Prof. Roshan Lal Verma Ji, the founder principal of the college, who donated his entire life’s savings in setting up this institution. Right alongside was his wife Ms. Kaushalaya Devi Verma Ji who too, selflessly bequeathed her entire property to the college. The assets that she donated to the institute were later used to form a trust which helps provide support to the women of the economically weaker sections by providing them excellent career oriented courses and training facilities, absolutely free of cost.

Since then, the college has been imparting holistic education to the future torchbearers of the country. The principals of the college have dedicatedly striven towards continuing with this saga of excellence that passed down as heritage from its founding stalwarts. Sh. D. N. Sharma served as a regular principal from 1975 to 1990. Then the principalship’s torch was handed over to Sh. Umesh Chandra Sharma, who guided the college from July 1990 to July 1995.

Dr.A.C Vaid, Head of the dept of Economics took charge as Principal in 1995 and under his laudable leadership, the college attained immense progress and received distinctions like ‘A College with Potential for Excellence’ by UGC and ‘Star College in Life Sciences’ by DBT, Govt of India. He was elevated as Pro-Vice Chancellor of Apeejay Stya University, Gurgaon in 2011. Mrs Meena Prabhakar took charge as the officiating Principal in July 2011 and carried out her duties with ease and proficiency. Dr Bhushan K. Sharma took over as Principal of the college on 25 Jan 2013. As a brilliant academician, an excellent administrator and a great visionary, Dr Bhushan K.Sharma has chalked out extensive plans and strategies to bring the institution on the national map of India.

 

Government College of Education, Sector- 20, Chandigarh

Government College of Education, previously known as Government Post-Graduate Basic Training College, was founded in August 1954 under a special scheme of Government of India in the Second Five-Year Plan for establishment of training colleges for teachers at the post-graduate level. The College has great tradition of high achievements in the field of teacher education and ranks among the leading colleges of education in the country.

The National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) has accredited Grade ‘A’ to this College. The National Council for Teacher Education has sanctioned 25 seats for M.Ed. (General), 300 seats for B.Ed. and 20 seats for B.Ed. in Yoga. A UGC Sponsored Post Graduate Diploma in Yoga Therapy has also been started with 25 seats.

The college has spacious campus containing well maintained lawns playgrounds and separate hostels for boys and girls. It provides excellent library service. The Government Model High School and Government Model Senior Secondary School, Sector 20-D work as experimental schools for the college

Government yoga health organisation, which has its own building in senior 23-A is a part of this college and is under the academic control of the Principal.

A number of dimensions have been added to the teacher training programme so as to make it as comprehensive as possible. The syllabus prescribed by the Panjab University, Chandigarh is enriched by seminars, workshops symposia, community activities, educational camps and numerous modes of other practical work.

 

DAV College, Sector- 10, Chandigarh

Students are admitted to the college on the basis of merit and an interview conducted by the Admission Committee. Candidates must present themselves for the interview at the time of admission. Candidates who do not appear for the interview will not be considered for admission. The candidates must produce all the relevant certificates in original for the verification at the time of interview failing which they will not be considered for admission. The college reserves the right to refuse admission to any student without assigning any reason. The students seeking admission on the basis of having passed their lower examination from Board/University other than Panjab University are advised to submit their original Migration certificate and marks sheet at the time of admission. Marks would be verified from the Result Gazette. For admission, fraction of marks less than the requisite percentage would not be rounded off to the advantage of the candidate i.e. 32.9%, 39.9% and 49.9% shall not be rounded off to 33%, 40%, 50% etc. The college is not responsible if the university does not approve of the admission of a candidate who has made some wrong or incomplete statements, hidden some necessary facts, or attached false or incomplete documents. All admissions made are subject to approval of the Panjab University, Chandigarh and according to eligibility criteria laid down by it.

How to Apply

Applications on the prescribed form appended to the Prospectus should be submitted to the college office as per admission schedule. The form should be complete in all respects, with all supporting documents at the time of submission/interview. Separate Application Forms need to be filled for applying to more than one programme/ course/stream.

Admission Schedule

Admission Dates

  • Normal Admission 07-07-14 (Monday) to 15-07-14 (Tuesday)
  • Late Admission to be allowed by the Principal of the college with a Late Fee of Rs. 500/- per student. 16-07-14 (Wednesday) to 28-07-14 (Monday)
  • Late admission in the college to be allowed by the Vice-Chancellor with a late fee of Rs. 1,800/- per student 30-07-14 (Wednesday) to 20-08-14 (Wednesday)

Important

Completed Application Forms for Admission to First Year of:

  1. B.B.A.
  2. B.C.A.
  3. B.Sc. Hons. (Bioinformatics)
  4. B.Sc. Hons. (Biotechnology)
  5. B.Sc. (Medical, Non-Medical, Computer Science, Biotechnology, Bioinformatics)
  6. B.A.
  7. All P.G. Degree Programmes

are to be submitted to the college office by 1st July, 2014 (Tuesday)

For ongoing classes students are requested to present themselves for interview to their respective admission committees with completed application forms as per schedule.

Note

  1. Before submitting the Application Form, please note down the serial no. of the form.
  2. Mere submission of Application Form does not ensure Admission.
  3. Merit lists for Admission to the above classes will be displayed on the college Notice Board on 5th July, 2014 at 11:00 am and counselling will begin from 7th July, 2014 at 8:30 am as per the following schedule.
  4. The Student should deposit their fees on the day of admission otherwise it will be treated as cancelled.
  5. A Wrong statement of facts or willful concealing of information may lead to cancellation of the admission of the student.

Documents to be submitted with the Application Form

The following documents should be attached to the application form for admission:

  • Self attested copies of Board or University Certificates showing the date of birth and details of previous examinations passed and detailed marks certificates. (Original Detailed Marks Certificates issued by the University or the Board should be produced at the time of interview)
  • Self attested copy of the certificate of good conduct from Head of the Institution last attended.
  • Three copies of recent passport size photograph. (One pasted, two stapled).
  • An affidavit in duplicate from each candidate having gap year seeking admission to the College/Department to the effect that he/she was not disqualified by any Board/Body/Council/University and he/she was not already registered with the Panjab University (wherever applicable), In case the candidate was disqualified, the period of disqualification and the activities in which the candidate was involved during the period of disqualification, should be indicated by the candidate in the said affidavit.
  • A student will have to submit a personal affidavit about the marks to the college in case the result gazette is not available with the college.
  • Original Migration Certificate/No Objection Certificate in case of candidates seeking admission to the college from Universities/Boards/Councils/Bodies other than Panjab University. Migration Certificate should be submitted before 20th September, 2014 because it must reach the University office by 30th September, 2014.
  • Certificates relevant to claim any reserved category status.
  • Certificates in support of claim for weightage/weightages.
  • Eligibility Certificate, wherever applicable (compulsory for foreign students) from Deputy Registrar (General) Panjab University.
  • In addition to above Foreign Students have to produce the following documents at the time of counseling/admission:

                   # Original Passport with long term visa.

                  #  A certificate of registration from the local police.

                 #  AIDS clearance certificate.

  • No foreign student will be admitted without the approval of the Dean Foreign Students.
  • An attested photocopy of Residence proof/Aadhar Card/Voter Card/Passport etc.

Reservations

The college follows the reservation policy framed by the Panjab University/Chandigarh Administration. Reservations in seats for admission, wherever applicable, for the following categories of students exist in the college:

  1. Scheduled castes/Scheduled Tribes.
  2. Dependents of Defence/ Para- Military personnel/Kargil War affected, etc.
  3. P hys i ca l l y / V i s u a l l y H a n d i ca p p e d persons.
  4. Children and Grand Children of Freedom Fighters.
  5. Sportsmen/women.
  6. Dependants of Victims of Terrorist Violence in Punjab and Chandigarh, 1984 riots.
  7. Widows/Divorced women

Two Additional Seat for (i) One Girl Child out of the only two girl children (ii) One additional Seat for Cancer Patient (iii) AIDS Patient and (iv) Thalassemia Patient for the session 2014-15

Two additional seats are created for those girl children for admission to a given course provided they are otherwise eligible from all angles. The Additional seats will be only for those girl children who are either a single girl child of her parents or one amongest the only two girl children with no male child.

An affidavit on a stamp paper worth Rs. 20/- duly attested by 1st Class Magistrate to be obtained from the parents of the girl children declaring therein that the benefit of this scheme is being claimed for only one girl child out of the two.

One Additional seat each for the student suffering from Cancer, AIDS and Thalassemia has been allowed subject to the condition that the candidate seeking admission under each of these categories if otherwise eligible from all angles.

Important

The following is the criteria of reservation of seats, wherever applicable.

For U.T. Pool Candidates: 85%

For General Pool Candidates: 15%

U.T. Pool

85% of the total seats will be filled up from amongst the students who have passed their qualifying examination from schools/colleges recognised by Chandigarh Administration and situated in Union Territory, Chandigarh, as regular students of the said school/college subject to the condition that such students must have studied for two years at Chandigarh and have passed one lower qualifying examination from these schools, Colleges. These seats will be termed ‘U.T. Pool.’

General Pool

The remaining seats, 15% will be filled from amongst the students who passed their qualifying examination from the institutions other than those located in the Union Territory Chandigarh. These seats will be termed ‘General Pool.’ Certificates from appropriate authorities should be submitted along with the application form to claim benefit of reservations.

Weightages

The holders of NCC A, B and C Certificate shall be given the weightage in marks for admission as follows:

  • A – 1%, B – 2% and C – 3%. A maximum weightage in marks of 4% for distinction in any or all the co-curricular activities achieved in any of the 3 years preceding the year of admission is permissible.
  • For NSS and other weightages in Adult Education and Function all iteracy on production of desired certificates as per PU. Chandigarh rules.
  • These weightages shall not be used for determining eligibility for admission as prescribed by the University under its regulations.

Late Admissions (Only if seats are available)

A student whose result of 1 0+2 examination in February/March conducted by a School Board is published late, but not later than 10th August of the year of admission, may be admitted without late fee within 15 working days of the declaration of the result and his/her attendance shall be counted from the date of admission. This would be applicable to students of Open School Board also. After expiry of this period, the late admission approval from the Vice-Chancellor is required.

In the case of Panjab University students who have already appeared in any of its examinations and the result is declared late for one reason or the other, the admission cannot be said to be a case of fresh admission. They are already midway of the course/class. In their cases, admissions to the next class/course are allowed within 10 days, from the date of communication of the result, without charging any late fee.

Admission is strictly on merit.

Admission After Re-Evaluation

Admission of students whose results are revised as a consequence of re-evaluation or otherwise late declaration of result, can be made only if :

  • Seats are available
  • Candidate is higher in merit than the candidate in waiting list.
  • The request is made before the last date for late admission with the prior approval of the Vice-Chancellor as already laid down.

The following Rule in the P.U. Cal. Vol. III, 2005 at page 398 will be followed in case of re-evaluation cases:

“If as a result of Re-evaluation, a candidate passes at the examination, he/she shall be eligible to seek admission to the next higher class with in ten working days of the communication of re-evaluation result to him/her. His/her attendance shall be counted from the date of his/her admission. However, no candidate would be granted admission on the basis of re-evaluation result after 31st December of the academic session. In the case of admission to a course having Semester Exam. the date will be October 15.”

In the case of late declaration of results due to any reason other than re-evaluation: That in the case of Panjab University students who had already appeared in any of its examinations and the result was declared late for one reason or the other, while they were in the midway of the course/class, the admission to the next class/course be allowed within 10 days from the date of declaration of the result, without any late fee but not later than 31st December of the academic session. In the case of admission to a course having Semester Exam. the date will be October 15. The Vice Chancellor may sanction admission of such candidates whose results are declared after 31st of December with subsequent ratification by the syndicate.

 

MCM College for Women- 36, Chandigarh

Mehr Chand Mahajan DAV College for Women, Chandigarh popularly known as  MCM DAV, was established in 1968 by the DAV College Managing Committee, New Delhi, to commemorate the meritorious services rendered by Justice Mehr Chand Mahajan, former Chief Justice of India , a distinguished legal luminary, great patriot, administrator par excellence, committed educationist, social reformer and humanist.

 

MCM, in the service of Quality Education in the region for the last 47 years, stands fully prepared today to meet the challenges of the changing times. This multi-faculty institution has been marching forward aided by timely expansion of the goal-oriented and value-added facilities be it academic or infrastructural. The aim of the college has always been to produce enlightened and potential women, the future decision and policy makers who would repay the society through maximum utilization of their educational input. The college thrives on a unique blend of retaining traditional values and incorporating technological advancements as well as creating a consciousness about rights and duties towards the nation, which have fully been internalized by the faculty and the stakeholders – the students.

Our most distinctive characteristic is our forging ahead taking along both tradition and technology. The discreet balance between the two is achieved through the inclusion of frequently organized programmes and discourses by spiritual scholars and introduction of academic programmes with the thrust on the latest technology. It is pertinent to mention here that over the years the college campus has earned a remarkable reputation of being a ‘Zero-Pollution Zone owing to our unstinted efforts in the direction of environmental preservation.

Excellence in sports has become synonymous with MCM and the laudable achievements of our peerless sportswomen is corroborated by the fact that the college, in its existence of 47 years, has been awarded the The Panjab University General Efficiency Sports Shield 37 times.

The college which has always believed in remaining ahead of times by pioneering in innovative challenging programmes and the requisite infrastructure incessantly strives towards excellence in any and every sphere and keeps on creating and recreating its own benchmarks.

Guru Gobind Singh College for Women, Sector- 26, Chandigarh

Guru Gobind Singh College for Women, named after the tenth Sikh Guru, was established in 1973 by the Sikh Educational Society with the primary mission of providing quality education to women. To realize its mission, the college is imparting value based education to young women synthesized with their intellectual, spiritual, social and physical development so that the quality of their life can be enhanced. In the last almost four decades of its existence, the college has made utmost endeavors to train individuals to become responsible citizens of the globalized world. The college fully realizes its responsibility in equipping the students with adequate competencies to emerge as successful professionals, entrepreneurs, leaders, administrators, etc. Through various activities such as debates, declamations, creative writing workshops, seminars, talks, brain storming sessions, etc. the students are given exposure to build robust confidence and self- esteem. To stir and motivate under performing students, the college provides remedial classes. The advanced learners are provided with extra books/ material by the teachers who set suitable goals before them so that they feel adequately challenged. They are motivated for attaining excellence in the University examination through various incentive schemes such as scholarships, fee concessions, Roll of Honor and prizes. To facilitate access to higher education, students from socially and economically weaker sections are given financial aid which subsequently leads to their academic growth.

Catering to the total development of its students, the college fosters in them the spirit of healthy nationalism, social responsibility, moral uprightness, feelings of compassion and love, and above all a life of service and sacrifice as exemplified by Guru Gobind Singh ji. The inculcation of these eternal values is achieved through various activities such as the celebration of the birth anniversary of Guru Gobind Singh ji, the patron saint of the college, as Founder’s Day, visits to old age homes, orphanages, Institute of Blind School etc. The college nurtures compassionate disposition and encourages the students to contribute to the alleviation of suffering in a troubled world.

The college is playing a progressive role in transforming the society for the better by holding literacy campaigns, and by developing entrepreneurial skills among women. In its own small way, the college is trying to eliminate social evils. Societal issues are deliberated upon and discussed at various seminars/talks held in the college sometimes in collaboration with external agencies/ NGOs. Gender sensitization is one of the prime concerns; the college holds awareness talks and theatrical performances to sensitize the larger audience on gender related issues. The social orientation of the students is made possible through the National Social Scheme and National Cadet Corps programmes.

The rapid development of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) is now inextricably linked with modern education. The college strongly integrates ICT into the delivery of its educational programmes. There are well equipped computer labs with broadband internet facility and fully automated library. The students play an integral role in various college activities by becoming class representatives, members of the Student Council, College Magazine and Alumni Association.

With its impeccable reputation, the Department of Physical Education has attained quite a name among the top institutions of the city by winning prestigious tournaments at various levels. The department makes ceaseless efforts to enable the students to compete at the highest state and national levels in number of sports. It is commendable that the college has been thrice the winner of the Over-All Inter College Championship of Panjab University, in the recent sessions. The role of the college is to create infrastructure which facilitates optimum efficiency of our sports women for achieving excellence in various competitive events at all levels. The Physical Education Department initiatives are geared towards achieving these objectives.

There are various clubs and societies that manage academic and cultural activities of the college. Students are encouraged to participate in co-curricular and extra-curricular activities and are given opportunities to exhibit their innate talents/skills .The Placement Cell of the college supports students in career choices and helps make job placements in industry, banks, call centers, educational institutions, etc. Apart from the other important committees, the college has a Grievance Cell to look into the complaints and grievances of the students. The Counseling Cell provides necessary guidance and advice to help students succeed in the face of increased competition while maintaining healthy perspectives.

The remarkable growth and enhanced prestige of the college as a leading educational institution is owed as much to the inspiration of a visionary and committed Management and the dynamic and progressive leadership of the Principal Dr. Charanjeet Kaur Sohi as to the institution’s strongest asset: the teaching faculty. A dedicated team of highly qualified staff bring to the institution a rich accumulation of knowledge, experience and zeal to inspire the students to achieve their goals. Our students enjoy a zestful, thriving and active life on campus as they participate in wide spectrum of student activities throughout the year.

In the future the college plans to introduce new employment oriented courses of study, and update the infrastructure accordingly. Greater focus on the use of technology and innovative methods of teaching would be employed while retaining the best practices of the past.It is the enduring spirit of our students that goads us to set higher standards and reach for higher goals year after year.

 

Shri Guru Gobind Singh College, Sector- 26, Chandigarh

Sri Guru Gobind Singh College, affiliated to the Panjab University, Chandigarh is a co-educational institution of eminence and repute offering Undergraduate and Postgraduate courses. Committed to imparting quality education to students and inspired by a zeal to promote higher learning, the College was founded by the Sikh Educational Society in the year 1966.

The College is named after the immortal luminary and the tenth Sikh Guru, Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji, whose teachings and lofty ideals shall always inspire us. [By the grace of the Guru one should read, contemplate and study spiritual knowledge to earn honour and respect] — is our prayer, [Excelsior] — is our perpetual mood and [Prosperity for all] — is our mission. The insignia of the College carries an imprint of the ‘Pen and Sword’, a combination of wisdom and valour, guarding the ‘flame of knowledge’ with the College motto 

 inscribed atop. There has been a consistent endeavor in all these years to live up to the ideals and teachings of the Guru enshrined in the insignia of the college. Sri Guru Gobind Singh College was the first co-educational institution to be set up in the region.

Affiliated to Panjab University, Chandigarh, it is a co-educational institution of eminence and repute offering undergraduate and postgraduate courses. Though the College established itself as a tribute to the moral and religious consciousness of Guru Gobind Singh Ji, it has ever since suitably adapted to the changing educational set up of the milieu.

The patronage of a visionary Management and commitment of a highly qualified and dedicated Faculty have driven the College to carve a niche for itself in the northern region. The lofty goals and laudable objectives of the College address to quality education, gainful employment, equal opportunities and access to latest development in the fields of knowledge and technology.