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CONTENTS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Important Information & Prospectus on Internet Portals of Higher Education in Chandigarh: An Overview of Government Institutions Details of Courses in Different Colleges / RIE Last date for Submission of Admission Forms Fee Structure General Rules of Admission Instructions Regarding Admission and General Conduct i. Re-admission ii. Interviews iii. Eligibility iv. Reservation v. Guidelines for Admission to the Reserved Categories of Sports vi. Deficient Subjects vii. Late Admissions viii. Migration ix. Foreign Students Rules Pertaining to Academics i. Change of Subject ii. Eligibility to Appear in University Examination iii. House Examinations and Internal Assessment iv. Leave Rules v. Libraries vi. Academic Prizes vii. Concessions and Scholarships viii. Code of Conduct and Discipline ix. Withdrawal of Admission and Refund of Fee Instructions to fill the Admission Form 1 4 17 18 19 20 20 20 21 24 25 25 26 26 27 27 27 27 28 28 29 30 30 32 33 34 34 35 36 37 38 39 51 71 87 95 103

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10. List of Fake Universities 11. Specimen Forms i. Specimen of Character Certificate (for Private Candidates Only) ii. Specimen of Affidavit for Single Girl Child iii. Specimen Form for Fee Concession / Scholarship iv. Specimen of Affidavit for Gap Year 12. Academic Calender for the Session 2012-2013 13. Disclaimer 14. Details of Individual Colleges i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. Postgraduate Govt. College, Sector 11, Chandigarh Postgraduate Govt. College for Girls, Sector 11, Chandigarh Postgraduate Govt. College for Girls, Sector 42, Chandigarh Postgraduate Govt. College (co-educational), Sector 46, Chandigarh Govt. College of Commerce & Business Administration (co-educational), Sector 42, Chandigarh Regional Institute of English, Sector 32, Chandigarh

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IMPORTANT INFORMATION

For admission seekers to B.Com-I, BBA-I, BCA-I 8 Panjab University will conduct centralized admission for B.Com.-I as per its notification. 8 Centralized admission for BBA-I will be held at GCCBA, Sector 42, Chandigarh. 8 Centralized admission for BCA- I will be held at PGGC Sector 46, Chandigarh. 8 Advertisement in this regard will be placed in leading newspapers.

Candidates and their parents/guardians are expected to read the prospectus carefully before applying for admission. Candidates should consult the pages of the relevant course and the college where they want to apply.

PROSPECTUS ON INTERNET
This Prospectus is also available on the website of Chandigarh Administration http://chandigarh.nic.in and from the website of the respective colleges. The Prospectus and the Admission Form can be downloaded and submitted to the college where a student wants to seek admission. Apply on a separate Admission Form for each college and each course. A Bank Draft of Rs.80/- should be attached along with the duly filled Admission Form by the students who download the Prospectus. It should be addressed to Principal, Govt. College______________, Sector _____, Chandigarh. The student should mention the name of the college as above on the bank draft. The duly filled Admission Form may be sent through registered post or submitted at the counter of the college in which admission is being sought. Price : Rs.80/-

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PORTALS OF HIGHER EDUCATION IN CHANDIGARH : AN OVERVIEW OF GOVERNMENT INSTITUTIONS


The City beautiful, Chandigarh has deservedly acquired another tag-that of being a city with limitless opportunities to acquire knowledge. The Directorate of Higher Education, Chandigarh Administration exhibits untiring zeal and commitment to transform its educational institutions into centres of educational excellence. Its five premier colleges and a Regional Institute are a testimony to its fervour in promoting a culture that values broad-based knowledge, professional skills and humane ideals of equality and social justice. The colleges are affiliated to Panjab University, Chandigarh under the auspices of the Chandigarh Administration and directly monitored by the Director, Higher Education Chandigarh.
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laboratories, auditoriums, and multi-media seminar rooms with hi-tech facilities. The colleges boast of state-of-the-art language labs, computer labs with intranet and internet facilities and well stocked libraries. The administrative offices are modern and fully computerized.

Faculty
The teaching faculty is highly qualified, dedicated and committed to upgrading their professional acumen. The methods of teaching are innovative and are aimed at stimulating the individual thought processes and creativity of the students. Healthy interaction between the teachers and the students facilitates a very encouraging and motivating learning environment. To expose the students to the best brains in respective fields, extension lectures and seminars are organised wherein eminent educationists, subject experts and professionals are invited to deliver lectures and to conduct workshops.

Postgraduate Govt. College, Sector 11 (PGGC-11) Postgraduate Govt. College for Girls, Sector 11(PGGCG-11) Postgraduate Govt. College for Girls, Sector 42 (PGGCG-42) Postgraduate Govt. College, Sector 46 (PGGC-46, Co-educational) Govt. College of Commerce & Business Administration, Sector 42 (GCCBA, Coeducational) Regional Institute of English, Sector 32 (Co-educational)

Courses
The colleges provide a wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses in Humanities, Science, Commerce and other related as well as specialized fields such as Biotechnology, Bio-Informatics, Micro-Biology, Physical Education etc. Many add-on courses, soft skills and IT based programmes are also offered to the students. Honours courses are available in almost all subjects.

Infrastructure
Each college has an expansive modern campus with spacious lecture theatres, well-equipped

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Co-curricular, Cultural and Extracurricular Activities


Each college ensures that academics is not confined to the classroom or straitjacketed within a prescribed syllabi; students are encouraged to move beyond the boundaries of the course content and to explore various dimensions of knowledge. Each college publishes its own magazine which serves as a forum for creativity and self-expression, along with showcasing its activities and achievements. There are clubs and discussion forums to foster critical thinking and to provide platform for honing talent in debates, dramatics, public speaking, quizzes & fine arts. Apart from regular intra and inter-college competitions and events, there is the Panjab University Annual Youth and Heritage Festival which attracts talent from all over the city and Punjab. Winners in this prestigious event move on to participate in the National level Inter Varsity competitions. Our students also actively participate in events such as Rose Festival, Chandigarh Carnival etc. which are annual features of the Chandigarh Administration. Field trips, excursions, treks and tours are also organized for the students in order to support class-room teaching. Various societies such as AIDS Awareness & Public Health Society; Traffic Awareness & Road Safety Society; Environment Awareness Society; Preservation and Protection of Heritage Society; Gender Equity Society; Best from Waste Society; Community Hygiene & Sanitation Society and Drug DeAddiction Society are functioning in each college to create awareness of societal needs and concerns among students as well as to assist in their all round development. Events and programmes like interactive sessions, talks, inter and intra college competitions, seminars, workshops, field visits etc. are organized regularly on weekly basis. All the students are involved in these activities.

Libraries
Each college has its own library equipped with the latest books, journals, magazines and newspapers. All the libraries are computerised and offer a host of facilities--open shelf displays, photostat facility, clipping services, internet access, career and subject specific bulletins etc. Exhibitions, library-related competitions and Readers' clubs help to encourage the reading habit among students and teachers. Spacious, Air-conditioned reading rooms are available for the academically inclined to spend time in reading, researching and writing.

Sports
Sound bodies and minds imbued with the sporting spirit are a necessity in today's world, for which each college has its own department of Physical Education and Sports wing, with trained coaches imparting training in a host of games ranging from athletics and basketball to wrestling and yoga. Playing fields and well equipped gymnasiums provide the students with infrastructural resources, while encouragement to participate in Annual Sports Meet and competitions ranging from intracollege to national level, provides them the opportunities to become top-ranking professionals in the sports arena.

Hostel Accommodation
Affordable and comfortable hostel facilities are available on campus in PGGC-11, PGGCG-42 and PGGCG-11, with provision for stay in offcampus hostels for students of PGGC-46 and GCCBA-42. Provision has also been made for accommodation for girls in Govt. Hostel, Sector 24 Chandigarh. There is provision for the boys of GCCBA- 42 in the general hostel of PGGC-11. The college hostels, under the charge of wardens who live on campus, are equipped with modern amenities such as geysers, water-

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coolers, public telephones, etc. Fresh and hygienic food is served. Medical facilities of a doctor, nurse and dispensary, reading-rooms with magazines and newspapers, and common rooms with cable TV and indoor games ensure a homely environment.

force train cadets for a disciplined way of life, apart from instilling patriotic fervour in them.

Placement Opportunities
A smooth entry into a career that offers ample opportunities for progress and learning is the aspiration of every student. To facilitate this, there is a pro-active Placement Cell in each college which maintains links with business houses and potential employers, inviting leading corporate entities from diverse industries such as BPO, IT, ITES, banking and finance, pharmaceuticals, bio- technology, bioinformatics, science and technology, fashion and retail, etc. to interview student candidates. It is to the credit of all the colleges, that many of their outgoing students have secured placements in top ranking organisations such as WIPRO, INFOSYS, HDFC bank, ICICI, and TCS.

Towards Holistic Development


Zealously active NSS units of each college inspire students to reach out to the community, especially the underprivileged and deprived sections of the society through adoption of villages/slums. To foster communal harmony and national integration, NSS camps are held in which students participate in a variety of activities. Blood donation camps, treeplantation drives and marches and campaigns to tackle social evils such as AIDS, Drug addiction, female foeticide, are a regular feature. NCC wings of the army, navy and air-

Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn.

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DETAILS OF COURSES IN DIFFERENT COLLEGES / RIE


Name of the College Postgraduate Govt. College Sector 11 Subject MA English MA History MA Punjabi MSc Chemistry MSc IT MPEd I ( Annual) BA BCom BSc Medical BSc Non Medical** BSc Computer Science (Elective) BSc Microbiology (Elective) BSc Biotechnology (Elective) BSc Bioinformatics (Elective) BSc Biotechnology (Hons.) BPEd (Four year course) Functional English (Elective) BCA BBA Certificate Course in Office Management MA Dance MA Economics MA English MA Music (V) MA Music (I) MA Psychology * MA Pub Ad MA Sociology MSc Botany MSc Chemistry MSc Zoology PG Diploma in Computer Application BA BCom BSc Medical BSc Non Medical BSc Computer Science (Elective) BCA Functional English (Elective) Certificate Course in Office Management Add-On Courses (UGC Sponsored)**** No of Seats 60 35 25 30 30 40 800 140 100 200 60 30 30 30 30 50 30 80 80 40 30 30 30 30 30 * 30 30 20 20 20 40 800 140 140 140 60 80 30 40

Postgraduate Govt. College for Girls Sector 11

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Postgraduate Govt College for Girls Sector- 42

MA English MA Sociology MA Public Admn MA Political Science Msc Zoology MSc Botany MSc Microbial Biotechnology* MSc IT* PG Diploma in Computer Application PG Diploma in Translation (English to Hindi) PG Diploma in Mass Communication PG Diploma in Guidance & Counseling BA BCom BSc Medical BSC Non Medical BSc Computer Science (Elective) BA / BSc IT (Elective)* BSc Microbiology (Elective) BSc Biotechnology (Elective) BSc Bioinformatics (Elective) BSc Biotechnology (Hons.) BPEd (One year course) Functional English (Elective) Functional Hindi (Elective) BCA Add-On Courses*** MCom BA BCom Functional English (Elective) Advertising, Sales Promotion and Sales Management BCA BCom BBA

40 30 30 30 20 20 20 30 30 30 30 30 850 140 120 160 40 40 30 30 30 30 50 30 30 80

Postgraduate Govt. College (Co-Ed) Sector 46

30 700 140 30 50 40 140 40 30

Govt. College of Commerce and Business Administration, Sector 42

Regional Institute of English, Sector-32 MA English


* Subject to approval by Panjab University, Chandigarh ** Subject Combination of Statistics, Physics and Maths is also available *** For Details see Page number 15

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HUMANITIES Master in Arts (MA)


Eligibility As per the Panjab University General Guidelines for Admission booklet, the following procedure would be adopted for admissions to these courses: In every College / Teaching Department of the Faculties of Arts and Languages which does not hold a separate entrance test for admission to MA / Semester-I there should be two merit lists: first merit list consisting of those candidates who did their BA with the subject of MA and the second of those who did not study the subject of MA for their BA examination. The first merit list should be taken up first and the second merit list when the first merit list is exhausted. 1. In the case of MA English, students with Elective English should have secured at least 45% marks in the combined total of BA I, II and III. Students having General English should have secured 50% marks in BA degree. Students seeking admission in MA Courses should have secured 45% in the relevant subject and 50% in aggregate. 2. Marks of other universities will be normalised to 2400 marks which are 3 year aggregate marks of BA / BSc (Gen.) of Panjab University. Similarly, marks obtained by the candidates in the relevant subject will be normalised to 600 which is the total of 3 year aggregate marks of BA / BSc (Gen.) of elective subjects of Panjab University. 3. Weightage for admission to MA I will be as follows: (i) Academic Weightage: 60 % a. 10th class 10 % b. +2 class 10 % c. BA/BSc/BCom 25 % d. BA(Hons.)/BSc(Hons.)/BCom.(Hons.) 15 % (ii) Written And Oral/aptitude Test: 40 % a. Written Test of one hour duration 25 % b. Aptitude test (Wherever Applicable) 15 % The test in the concerned subject will be based on the syllabus of Bachelor level of Panjab University.

Or (b) BCom (Honours) degree with not less than 45% marks in the aggregate; Or (c) A bachelor's degree with Honours in Economics /Mathematics / Statistics / Commerce with not less than 45% in aggregate; Or (d) A bachelor's degree with 50% marks in aggregate having offered Economics/ Mathematics / Statistics / Commerce as a subject in the examination. In case of a candidate having Bachelor's degree of the University through Modern Indian Language [Hindi/Urdu/Punjabi/Gurmukhi Script] and/ or in a Classical Language (Sanskrit/Persian/Arabic) or degree of any other University obtained in the same manner recognized by the Syndicate; 50% marks in aggregate shall be calculated by taking into account full percentage of marks in all the papers in Language excluding the additional optional paper, English and the elective subject taken together; Or An associate of the (i) Institute of Chartered Accountants of India or England or (ii) Institute of Cost and Works Accountants of India or England; Or A pass in the final examination conducted by the Institute of Company Secretaries of India; Or Any other qualification recognized by the Syndicate for this purpose: A candidate who seeks admission on the basis of qualifications mentioned in (c), (d), and (e) above shall be required to qualify a special examination in two papers on (i) Commercial and Taxation Laws, and (ii) Accounting and Auditing, within one year from the date of Admission (either with Semester I examination or with Semester II examination), in accordance with the Syllabus as may be prescribed by the Senate. Further, the maximum marks shall be 100 in each paper and the pass marks shall be 35% as in BCom Examination. There shall be no internal assessment in these papers and marks in these papers will not be counted for the Semester examination.

Master in Commerce ( MCom)


Eligibility (a) A bachelor's degree in Commerce with not less than 45% marks in the aggregate;

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SCIENCE Master in Science (MSc)


(Chemistry, Zoology, Biotechnology) Eligibility Students who have completed BSc from the Panjab University or any other recognized university are eligible for admission as per rules and regulations of the Panjab University. Admission will be made on the basis of merit of OCET (Other Combined Entrance Test) conducted by Panjab University. Botany, Microbial

Board/ University, shall be eligible to seek admission to BA-I. The admission to this class shall be made according to the Panjab University and Chandigarh Administration rules. The colleges offer limited number of seats in various vocational subjects. Admission to these subjects will be made on the basis of merit. Eligibility for Compartment Candidates of +2 Examinations for Admission to BA / BSc / BCom I (General)- Ist Year Class only. A candidate who has been placed under compartment in the +2 examination conducted by Board / Body / Counsel / University in India shall be eligible for admission to the first year of to BA / BSc / BCom (General) course under 10+2+3 system of education provided he/she fulfills the following conditions: 1. His / Her name figures in the list of eligible candidates. 2. He/ she should have been placed in compartment in one subject only. 3. That a candidate who has been placed under compartment /re-appear in one subject only with atleast 20% marks in the subject in which he/she has been placed in compartment in the +2 examination conducted by the Open School Board in India shall be eligible to seek admission to the Ist Year of BA / BSc General, BCom/ BBA/ BCA course under 10+2+3 system of education. If otherwise eligible, provided he/she passed all the subjects in one attempt except the one in which he/she was placed under compartment/ reappear and also he/she fulfills the conditions as are applicable in the case of students who have been placed under compartment in the +2 examination conducted by Board/ Body/ Counsel / University in India. This be given effect to w.e.f the academic session 2009-10. (Vide Syndicate Para- 10 dated 18-04-2009). 20% implies theory and practical taken together. 4. He/ She should have obtained the requisite percentage of marks in the aggregate of the examination as laid down in the relevant regulations. Provided that a candidate joining the BA-I Year class should have obtained atleast 33% marks in the aggregate of all the subjects (including the marks obtained by him/her in the subject of compartment, theory and practical/s taken to together) taken up by him/her at the +2 examination.

MSc IT
See Section 'Self Financing Courses' of the prospectus for Eligibility Conditions to the above course.

Postgraduate Diploma in Various Subjects


Eligibility i) Graduation (BSc / BA / BCom or equivalent under 10+2+3 system of examinations) with minimum 50% marks.

ii) BTech / BE iii) Any other examination recognized by the Panjab University as equivalent to (i) and (ii). iv) The admission will be as per norms laid down by the Panjab University. (v) Students from universities other than the Panjab University must attach a No-Objection Certificate granting permission to pursue the course with the Panjab University.

UNDER GRADUATE COURSES Bachelor of Arts ( BA)


Eligibility for BA I under 10+2+3 System A candidate, who has passed 10+2 class examination from State Board/CBSE/ICSE or any other recognized

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Compulsory Subjects 1. English 2. Punjabi/ History and Culture of Punjab : Only the following students may take up History and Culture of Punjab in place of Punjabi Compulsory i) Students who are not domicile of Punjab and have not studied Punjabi upto Class X.

PGGCG-42

ii) Wards of Defence Personnel and Central Govt. Employees who are transferable on all-India basis. PGGC-46 iii) Foreigners 3. Environment and Road Safety Education**

English Punjabi Hindi History Public Administration Political Science Sociology Geography Music ( V) Psychology Sanskrit Economics Hindi History Geography Public Administration Psychology

Elective Subjects Besides the above compulsory subjects, a student is required to take up three Elective Subjects. The students should see the respective section of the college they intend to take admission in for the choice of elective subject combination.

Eligibility for BA (Honours) Course 1. Students having secured at least 50 percent marks in the concerned elective subject in BA I can take up Honours Course in BA II. 2. Classes in Honours will be started only if the number of students opting for Honours in a particular subject at least ten. The students who take up Honours Course will have to appear in four papers (Two along with part II examination and two along with Part III examination).

Courses in BA Honours
Name of the College PGGC-11 Subjects Available English Psychology Economics Hindi Political Science History Geography Sociology Defence Studies Economics English French Geography Hindi History Music (I) Music (V) Punjabi Political Science Psychology Public Administration Sanskrit Sociology

Bachelor of Commerce ( BCom)


Eligibility of BCom I (Under 10+2+3 system) Qualifying Examination Percentage 10+2(Commerce) 40% a. or 10+2(Arts) with at least 45% two subjects from the list below* b. or 10+2(Arts) without any 50% subject from the list below* c. or 10+2(Science) without 50% any subject form the list below* d. or Any +2 Examination under vocational stream from commerce discipline having weightage of three papers or Any other Examination recognized by the University as Equivalent to a) b) c) or d) as above, with requisite percentage of marks given under each Clause.

PGGCG-11

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* The List 1. Commerce or Theory of Commerce or Foundation course in Commerce. 2. Accountancy or Book Keeping and Accountancy 3. Business Organization and Management or Business Management or Theory and Practice of Management 4. Insurance or General Insurance or Life Insurance 5. Banking and Trade 6. Commercial Geography 7. Office Management and Secretarial Practice or Office Organization and Management 8. Mercantile Law or any Company Law 9. Auditing 10. Typewriting and Stenography/Computers (for Typewriting)

Courses in BCom Honours


Name of the College PGGC-11 Subjects Available Business Economics Business Finance Accounting Business Finance Accounting

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Business Economics Business Economics Business Finance and Accounting Electronic Commerce (ECommerce) Business Finance and Accounting Electronic Commerce (ECommerce)

BCom 1st Year 1. English and Business Communication Skills 2. Punjabi/HCP# 3. Commercial & Labour Laws 4. Financial Accounting 5. Business Organisation and Mgt. 6. Business Math. and Stats. 7. Environment and Road Safety Education** Additional Optional Introduction to Computer Science*** BCom 2nd Year 1. Company Law & Auditing 2. Corporate Accounting 3. Cost Accounting 4. Business Economics 5. Banking & Insurance 6. Indirect Tax Laws BCom 3rd Year 1. Functional Management 2. Management Accounting and Business Finance 3. Direct Tax Laws 4. Indian Economy 5. Entrepreneurship and Small Business 6. Any one of the following Papers: (i) Computer Application in Business (ii) Operations Research (iii) Organizational Behaviour (iv) Investment Management 7. Viva-Voce 50

GCCBA-42

Eligibility A student having secured at least 50% marks in aggregate.

# The following categories of the students shall be entitled to take the option of History & Culture of Punjab in lieu of Punjabi as compulsory subject : i) The students who have not studied Punjabi upto class 10th.

ii) Wards of/and Defence Personnel and Central Government employee/employees who are transferable on all India basis. iii) Foreigners. ** 'Environment and Road Safety Education' is a compulsory qualifying paper, which the students have to study in the BA/BSc/BCom1st year. The students are required to qualify this paper either in the first year, second year and third year of the course. The examination will be conducted by the University. *** 'Introduction to Computer Science' is an Additional Optional Subject. The students may clear the examination for this course during their stay of three years in the College. In the case of those who qualify this course, the marks obtained will be mentioned in the Detailed Marks Card, but these marks will not be counted towards the aggregate marks.

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Conditions
1. A candidate seeking admission to first year of BCom Examination should have passed in the subject of English at +2 examination level. In cases where passing in the subject is not necessary according to the regulations of certain boards/ bodies/councils/universities in India, the admission of the candidate shall be provisional and will be confirmed only after he/she has cleared the subject of English as the deficient subject from the parent board / body / council / university in two consecutive chances subsequent to his / her admission failing which the admission will stand cancelled. 2. A candidate who has been placed under compartment in the +2 examination conducted by board/ body/council/university in India shall be eligible to seek admission in the first year of B.Com Course provided he fulfills the following conditions: i) He/she should have been placed compartment in one subject only. in

Bachelor in Science (BSc)


1. BSc Non Medical 2. BSc Computer Science (Elective) 3. BSc IT (Elective) Eligibility Applicants seeking admission to the course No 1, 2 and 3 should have passed class XII (Non-Medical Group) examination of CBSE/PSEB or any other equivalent examination recognized by the Punjab University. The candidate should have obtained at least 40% marks in aggregate at this level. However, admission will be on the basis of merit as per general rules of admission.

4. BSc I (Medical) 5. BSc I Microbiology (Elective) 6. BSc I Biotechnology (Elective) 7. BSc Bioinformatics (Elective) Eligibility Applicants seeking admission to the course No 4, 5, 6 and 7 should have passed class XII (Medical Group) examination of CBSE/ICSE or any other equivalent examination recognized by the Punjab University. The candidate should have obtained at least 40% marks in aggregate at this level. However, admission will be on the basis of merit as per general rules of admission.

ii) He/she should have obtained at least 20% marks in the subject in which he has been placed in compartment and he should have obtained the requisite percentage of marks in the aggregate in the examination, as laid down in the relevant regulations. iii) The students who have compartment in the +2 class with less than 20% marks shall also be allowed to be admitted, provided they had obtained 20% or above marks in the supplementary examination upto the last date of admission. They shall be considered for admission to the next higher class provided they are eligible, and subject to the availability of seats.

8. BSc Biotechnology (Hons.) Eligibility Applicants seeking admission to the course No 8 should have passed class XII (Medical & Non-Medical Group) examination of CBSE/ICSE or any other equivalent examination recognized by the Punjab University. The candidate should have obtained at least 40% marks in aggregate at this level. However, admission will be on the basis of merit as per general rules of admission.
NOTE : Extra Practical Funds as prescribed by Panjab University / Chandigarh Administration will be charged from the students.

Eligibility for BCom II & BCom III


Admission to BCom II & BCom III is limited to the students who have passed BCom I & BCom II from these colleges and from other colleges which qualify for equivalence and eligibility as per Panjab University norms. New Admissions will, however, be subject to the availability of seats in the respective colleges.

A candidate joining the BSc (General) - 1st year class should have obtained at least 40% marks in the aggregate of all the subjects (including the marks obtained by him/her in the subject of compartment/ Theory and Practical/s taken together) taken up by him/her at the +2 exam.

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Compulsory Subjects 1. Punjabi/ History and Culture of Punjab ( Only in First Year ) Only the following students may take up History and Culture of Punjab in place of Punjabi Compulsory i) Students who are not domicile of Punjab and have not studied Punjabi upto Class X ii) Wards of Defence Personnel and Central Govt. Employees who are transferable on all-India basis. iii) Foreigners 2. Environment and Road Safety Education 3. English ( Only in Second Year )

ELECTIVE SUBJECTS Medical (General)


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ELECTIVE SUBJECTS offered Medical (Computer Science)


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ELECTIVE SUBJECTS offered in Medical (Information Technology)


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Zoology, Botany, Chemistry

ELECTIVE SUBJECTS offered in BSc Medical (Bioinformatics)


Subject Combinations PGGC-11 PGGCG-11 PGGCG-42

Bioinformatics, Botany, Chemistry Bioinformatics, Zoology, Chemistry Bioinformatics, Botany, Computer Sci Bioinformatics, Zoology, Computer Sci

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Important instructions for admission to BPEd and MPEd at PGGC-11


TEACHER EDUCATION AND LEARNING Co-ordinator - Dr. R.S. Brar Last date of submission of forms BPEd (I) 13-07-2012 MPEd (I) 30-06-2012

ELECTIVE SUBJECTS offered in BSc Medical (Bio-Technology)


Subject Combinations PGGC-11 PGGCG-11 PGGCG-42

Bio-Technology, Botany, Chemistry Bio-Technology, Zoology, Chemistry

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BPEd (Approved by NCTE vide Letter No. NRC/NCTE/F7/CH-19/APN00416) dated 14 May, 2008 Reservation for U.T/ General Pools : 60:40 Age Limit : 16 to 24 Years

ELECTIVE SUBJECTS offered in BSc Medical (Microbiology)


Subject Combinations PGGC-11 PGGCG-11 PGGCG-42

First Year 1. 45% marks in fitness test required to qualify for admission 2. Original documents required for verification 3. State Sports Department graded Sports participation certificates required under sports quota admissions. 4. Medical certificate from Govt. physical fitness test mandatory. Hospital for

Microbiology, Botany, Chemistry Microbiology, Zoology, Chemistry

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Note: Information regarding rules, regulations, study scheme etc. may be viewed on the website of the college.

MPEd (Approved by NCTE vide Letter No. F.NRC/NCTE/F7/CH-32/148 MEETING/2009) dated 31 Aug., 2009 Reservation for U.T/ General Pools: 60:40 Eligibility 1. Eligibility Conditions for Admission to MPEd First Year Qualifying Examination i) Percentage Bachelor's Degree in Physical 55% Education (BPEd- Four Year) from any recognized University ii) Bachelor's Degree of Physical 55% Education (BPEd- One Year) after Graduation/ Post Graduation Diploma in Physical Education of any other University recognized by Syndicate as equivalent to with iii) Any other qualification recognized by the Syndicate / NCTE / Chandigarh Administration as equivalent to (i), and (ii). iv) The reservation policy and relaxation in the qualifying marks will be followed as per the guidelines of the Chandigarh Administration (UT). Provided that a candidate considered for admission under any of the above clause (I) to (iii) qualifies in the Coopers' 12 minutes /9 minutes run/ walk test for boys and girls respectively at the time of admission to this course and he/ she is required to score minimum 45% marks of the maximum score obtained by the examinee. Important: 1. Admission to MPEd Course will be on the basis of Written Entrance Test. Seventy five questions of multiple choice will be set based on BPEd syllabus and Current Events. There will be no negative marking. Over written answers will not be evaluated. 2. Additional Sports weightage will be provided as per clause 18.2 of Handbook of information of Panjab University, Chandigarh 3. For subject details of BPEd- First, Second and Third and Fourth Year and MPEd First Year and Second Year (Annual System) refer to website www.puchd.ac.in (Complete Syllabi- EducationPhysical Education)

Eligibility 1. Eligibility Conditions for Admission to BPEd First Year Qualifying Examination i) Percentage Senior Secondary Certificate Part-II 45% Or +2 of recognized Board/ Council / University ii) Certificate in Physical Education of 45% 2 Years from any recognized University / Institution or any equivalent qualification recognized by PU, Chandigarh iii) Age should not be more than 24 years on September 2012. Relaxation in age upto 25 years in case of national/ International Position holder candidates/ SC/ST subject to qualifying the standard physical fitness/ efficiency test i.e. Coopers 12 minutes/ 9 minutes run/walk test for boys and girls respectively, he/she is required to score the minimum 45% marks of the maximum score obtained by the examinee. iv) Merit for BPEd- First Year shall be prepared on the basis of marks obtained in the qualifying examination, fitness test with due weight age in the field of sports / NCC / NSS and proficiency in the game of choice etc. as per the guidelines of the Chandigarh Administration / Panjab University, Chandigarh. v) The reservation policy and relaxation in the qualifying marks will be followed as per the guidelines of the Chandigarh Administration (UT). 2. Internship (BPEd) Three months internship in schools is mandatory in the Fourth year of BPEd course for the successful completion of degree 3. Medium of Examination (BPEd & MPEd) Three sets of question papers will be set offering English, Punjabi and Hindi mediums

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Fee Structure The students selected shall be required to pay the fee within 24 hours after the display of the Merit-CumSelection list, failing which the seat will be given to the next candidate in the merit/waiting list. The fees shall be taken in three installments the details of the fee structure is as given below: 1st Intl. BPEd Classes BPEd I Year BPEd II Year BPEd III Year BPEd IV Year M.P.Ed Classes MPEd I Year MPEd II Year 11,785 10,860 9,460 8,360 9,470 8,630 2nd Intl. 3rd Intl. 10,450 10,550 9,250 7,885 10,000 10,035 5,875 6,175 4,875 3,475 7,250 7,250

b) Person representing India in the above said games / tournaments. 40 marks c) A person representing India in official test matches abroad and within the country. 30 marks d) 1st position in all India inter university / senior national approved games / Competitions conducted by the respective federation. 20 marks e) 2nd position in the above said competitions. 15 marks f) 3rd position in the above said competitions. 10 marks g) 1st position in zonal competitions. 9 marks interuniversity

Students should make inquiry at campus hostel about hostel charges once they are allowed admission in the course.
Note: The fee structure is subject to the change, if any, made by the Panjab University, Chandigarh and Chandigarh Administration, Chandigarh

h) 2nd position in the above said competitions. 8 marks i) 3rd position in the above said competitions. 7 marks

j) 1st position in the inter college / State approved games / competitions. 6 marks k) 2nd position in the above said competitions 5 marks

Important instructions for admission to BPEd at PGGCG-42


Eligibility for Admission to the Course: a) A Bachelor's or Masters degree in any discipline of Panjab University / any other University recognized by the Syndicate as equivalent to obtaining not less than 45% marks. b) Provided that the candidate qualifies in the standard Physical Efficiency Test and and has participated in at least one game /sport at InterCollege level. Entrance Theory Test (objective type) will be conducted from within the syllabus of Physical E d u c a t i o n ( T h e o r y a n d P ra c t i c a l ) f o r Undergraduate Classes of Panjab University, Chandigarh including general Sports Awareness. More emphasis will be laid on Games/ Sports and their organization Olympic Games, Asian Games, Commonwealth Games, Afro-Asian Games, SAF Games etc and (IAAF, AFI, IOC, IOA, OCA, BCCI, ICC ETC) a) A Person getting O, A or B certificates of merit for winning first, second or third position in Olympic/World games/Common wealth games. 50marks

j) 3rd position in the above said competitions. 4 marks

Uniform / Dress Code Sports/ Games/ Activity Dress Navy Blue track suit and grey T-Shirt. Footwear: As per the requirement of Game/ Sports/ Activity White warming up / Running Shoes/ Football Studs, Spikes etc. Formal dress: Theory Classes, Teaching Practice in School/ College, Celebrations of National / International Days. Departmental Functions etc. Summer Uniform: - Grey Trousers with Navy Blue T-shirt. Winter Uniform: - Grey Trousers, White full Sleeve Shirt, Navy Blue Blazer with Navy Blue Scarf. Reservation Policy: Norms As per Punjab University

Extra Curricular Activities - Sports The college provides facilities for the following games. Students on the rolls are expected to participate in at least one of these: 1) Hockey 2) Basket Ball
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3) Table Tennis 4) Kho-Kho 5) Volley-ball 6) Yoga 7) Cross Country Race 8) Athletics 9) Cricket 10) Football 11)Weight-Lifting/Power Lifting 12) Hand-ball 13)Soft-ball 14)Judo 15)Net-ball 16)Kabaddi 17)Fencing 18)Yachting 19) Gymnastics All students opting for Physical Education as an elective subject and participating in games must equip themselves with proper sports gear as soon as they join the college. The college gives the Best Athlete Award to the student who excels in five different athletic events in the Annual Athletic Meet.

Police Administration*
*Admission to these courses will strictly be on merit.

SELF FINANCING COURSES MSc IT Ist Semester


Eligibility BCA examination from the Panjab University or any other University recognised by the Syndicate as equivalent thereto. Or BE / BTech in Computer Science of any other University recognised by the Syndicate as equivalent there to.

JOB ORIENTED ELECTIVE SUBJECTS


Note: Out of the below mentioned job-oriented subjects, students can take one of these as one of the elective subjects.

Bachelor in Computer Applications (BCA)


Eligibility 1. A candidate who has passed the following examinations shall be eligible to join the first year class of BCA i. +2 examination in any discipline with at least 50% marks.ii) Matriculation examination having passed with Mathematics as one of the subjects. 5% weightage will be given for each of the subjects of Mathematics and Computer Science/ Information Technology who studied these subjects at +2 level at the time of admission in BCA-I.

Functional English Eligibility: 10+2 (Preference will be given to the students who have cleared +2 with English Course A) Mode of Admission at PGGCG-42 Strictly on the basis of merit and performance in the Entrance Test. Date and Venue of Entrance Test is 9.7.2012 to 12.7. 2012 at 10:00 am in Communication Skill Lab ( IT Block). Mode of Admission at PGGCG-11 Admission to this course will be strictly on the basis of merit and performance in the Entrance Test combined with the marks that the candidate has secured at +2 level. The test will be conducted on July 9, 2012 at 10:30 am in the Department of Functional English.

ii. Any other examination recognized by the Syndicate as equivalent to (1.) (i) above. 2. A candidate who has passed BCA I or BCA II examination of Panjab University is eligible to seek admission to BCA II & BCA III respectively.

Bachelor in Business Administration (BBA)


Eligibility 1. Admission to BBA I will be made on merit of the qualifying examination i.e. 10+2 in any discipline. 5% weightage will be given to the students who have studied Commerce, Economics and Mathematics subjects at 10+2 for determining merit for BBA I Class.

Functional Hindi Eligibility: Students should have studied as one of the subject at the +2 level. Admission will strictly be on merit.

Principles and Practices of Insurance*


*Admission to these courses will strictly be on merit.

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2. A candidate who has passed BBA I or BBA II from PU is eligible to seek admission to BBA II & BBA III respectively.

Web Designing and Multimedia 30 seats (Certificate, Diploma & Advance Course) Disaster Management (Certificate & Diploma) Floriculture and Landscaping * Mass Media and Video Production* 30 seats

Note Not with standing any provision to the contrary in any part of this document, the following shall apply: a) Syndicate meeting 29-8-11 approved the paper 'Environment and road safety education' as compulsory subject of 70 marks (Environment Education : 50 marks, Road Safety Education : 20 marks). The candidates be required to qualify either in the first attempt or two more subsequent attempts. b) The following category of students may take up History and Culture of Punjab in place of Punjabi (compulsory) - vide the Panjab University letter No. 7520/-GM, dated 10 June, 1996. (Also applicable for BCom I, BCA I, BBA I, BSc I (Medical & NonMedical), BSc Biotechnology I, BSc Computer Science and BPEd I). 1. Students who are not domicile of Punjab and have not studied Punjabi up to class 10 2. Wards of Defence Personnel and Central Government Employees who are transferable on all India basis. 3. Foreigners.

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*Subject to approval by Panjab University, Chandigarh

PGGCG-42 Tourism and Travel Management Bioinformatics Environmental Auditing Event Management Animation and Graphics * Web Designing * Disaster Management * Entrepreneurship * Mass Comm. & Video Production 40 seats 40 seats 40 seats 40 seats 40 seats 40 seats 40 seats 40 seats 40 seats

*Subject to approval by Panjab University, Chandigarh

Certificate Course in Office Management


3-month self-financing course (An initiative by Chandigarh Administration for Women Empowerment) Eligibility Any student who has done 10+2 from any stream can seek admission in this course.

Vocational Training Program (VTP) Pre School Child Support Associate Computer Fundamentals, MS Office, Internet Soft Skills for baseline staff in service 30 seats

30 seats 30 seats

Eligibility for Certificate Courses 1. The students from all streams, i.e. BA I, II, III, BSc I, II, III, BCom I, II, III & BCA I, II, III, PGDCA, MA, MSc are eligible for admission to add on certificate courses. 2. Students from outside the college are also eligible for the above mentioned courses.

ADD ON COURSES (UGC SPONSORED)


Students are eligible to join these courses along with BA/BCom/BSc/BCA I, II, and III depending on the availability of seats in the colleges where these courses are available. Students should regularly check the notice board of the college they take admission in to know the admission dates to join these courses.

Eligibility for Diploma Courses The students who have passed certificate course will be eligible for admission in respective diploma course.

PGGCG-11 Eligibility for Advance Diploma Courses Guidance and Counseling 40 seats (Certificate, Diploma & Advance Course) The students who have passed diploma course will be

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eligible for admission in respective advance diploma course.

SPECIAL COURSES OFFERED AT REGIONAL INSTITUTE OF ENGLISH RIE Course in Personal Development
This is 90-hour training module to develop skilled professionals for the ITES-BPO sector and other organizations and is provided to the local government colleges of Chandigarh. Through the course, training is imparted to over 3000 students. The course in Communication Skills, Interpersonal Skills, and Computer Skills is specially designed for job seekers to enhance their employability skills.

region who aspire to become teachers of English are also eligible provided they possess the following qualifications: either MA in English or BA / B Ed, with teaching of English as one of the subjects. The District Education Officers of the various states recommend the names of teachers to be sent for training. The nominations are routed through the Director, Public Instruction (Schools) of the respective states. Wouldbe-teachers can apply directly on the prescribed pro forma. Their admission is subject to: a) the number of seats available b) qualifying interview.

Professional Teacher Trainers Program for in-service Teachers for state governments
The Institute conducts short courses from time to time, which aims to promote inter-state Educational ties and to enhance the teaching skills of trainers from various educational Institutes.

International Courses : Afghan University Students Exchange Program (AUSEP)


This is a one month course in enhancing pedagogical skills of undergraduates/graduates of various Afghanistan universities. It is facilitated by Asia foundation, New Delhi and Department of states and cultural Affairs, USA.

Department of Primary Education/ Short Need Based Courses


Need Based /Door Step Education RIE organizes workshops for primary, middle, secondary, sr. secondary and college teachers in various areas of ELT. There are also Intensive training courses for resource persons and refresher courses for the ex-participants of the Institute. C-TOSS: Chandigarh Training in Soft Skills The C-TOSS Program is oriented at imparting training of English Communication to the students of government schools. Although not a regular subject of study with the students, the aim of the programme is to supplement the study of English language as part of school curriculum. Sarva Siksha Abhiyan (SSA) 10 day intensive courses are organized in the teaching of English for primary school teachers and master trainers based on prescribed textbooks for government school teachers of Chandigarh, Punjab and Haryana in collaboration with Sarv Siksha Abhiyan Authorities of the respective states.

Post-Graduate Certificate in the Teaching of English (PGCTE)


This 3 month, in-service course conducted twice a year from July to October and October to January is for trained graduate/ post-graduate teachers of English, working in secondary and senior secondary schools in the northern region. Each course has provision for about 50 participants also including would be teachers. Admission The course is open to teachers of English from government and private schools of Punjab, Haryana, Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh and the Union Territory of Chandigarh. Others from this

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LAST DATE FOR SUBMISSION OF ADMISSION FORMS


1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 6. 7. 8. 9. BA I BSc I (Non-Med and Medical) BSc I (IT) BSc I Biotech (Elective) BSc I Microbiology (Elective) BSc I Bioinformatics (Elective) BSc I Biotech (Honours) BSc I Computer Science BCA I (Centralised Admission at PGGC-46) BBA I (Centralised Admission at GCCBA-42) On the spot Admission On the Spot Admission On the Spot Admission On the Spot Admission On the Spot Admission On the Spot Admission 30.6.2012 30.6.2012 30.6.2012 30.6.2012 30.6.2012 30.6.2012 On the Spot Admission

10. MCom I (PGGC-46) 11. All Postgraduate Courses 12. Certificate Course in Office Management

For Submission of Admission Forms to various courses in PGGCG-42, Chandigarh, refer to page numbers 79 and 80 of the prospectus. For Hostel Admission in the Postgraduate Government College, Sector 11, Chandigarh, refer to page 45.

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FEE STRUCTURE
Class BA I BA II BA III BCOM I BCOM II BCOM III BSC I (M) BSC II (M) BSC III (M) BSC I (NM) BSC II (NM) BSC III (NM) BSC I (CS) BSC II (CS) BSC III (CS) BSC I (BTH) BSC II (BTH) BSC III (BTH) Ist (Instalment) 7050 5975 6075 8050 6975 7075 7950 6875 6975 7350 6275 6375 7800 6725 6825 13950 14675 14175 Total 11050 9475 9610 12250 10675 10800 13150 11575 11710 11950 10375 10510 12850 10825 10960 26330 27275 26510 Class BSC I (BTE) BSC II (BTE) BSC III (BTE) BSC I (Micro) BSC II (Micro) BSC III (Micro) BCA I BCA II BCA III BBA I BBA II BBA III MA I MA II MSc I (IT) MSc II (IT) MSc I (Chem) MSc II (Chem) Ist (Instalment) 9750 8675 8775 9750 8675 8775 8691 8341 8441 6260 5910 6010 7465 6625 13564 13784 11035 10525 Total 16750 15175 15310 16750 15175 15310 30301 29451 29586 21327 20877 20612 10315 9510 36930 37185 17485 17010

The fee charges are subject to change as per the directions from the Chandigarh Administration / Panjab University, Chandigarh. See Page No. 13 for the fee structure of BPEd & MPEd courses.

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GENERAL RULES OF ADMISSION


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Admission to the various classes is made strictly on Merit/First Come First Served Basis in accordance with the instructions issued by Panjab University and Chandigarh Administration. The merit shall be determined on the basis of marks obtained in all the subjects opted for by the candidates, where total of marks obtained is given in the DMC. In case the total marks obtained is not given in the DMC, marks of English and 4 best out of the subjects opted by the candidate will be considered. In case the marks of two or more students are the same, the age factor would decide the merit-- the older is to given preference. The admission form has separate columns for father's and mother's names. The mother's name along with the father's name shall be mentioned in all the records. However, in case a student does not wish to

declare the name of either the mother or the father, he/she may not be forced to do so and no one will be denied admission on this ground.
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For admission, fraction of marks less than the requisite percentage shall not be rounded off to the advantage of the candidates, i.e. 32.9%, 39.9% and 49.9% shall not be rounded off to 33%, 40% and 50% etc. Failed students from any other institution shall not be admitted to any of the colleges. Students disqualified by any University / Board shall not be admitted. Candidates with gap year will not be admitted to any college until the gap is explained to the satisfaction of the Principal of the concerned college by submitting an affidavit, as per specimen in the prospectus

What sculpture is to a block of marble, education is to the human soul. ~ Joseph Addison

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INSTRUCTIONS REGARDING ADMISSION & GENERAL CONDUCT


1. All the admissions to these Institutions are provisional and subject to the approval of the Panjab University. The Institution should not be held responsible in case the university does not approve of the admission of a student on account of giving incomplete information, concealing necessary facts or attaching incomplete testimonials or choosing wrong combination of subjects, or delayed submission of certificates etc. The fine/penalty imposed by the P.U. for any default in this regard shall be the personal responsibility of the students. Students are advised to keep a photocopy of the submitted (filled) Admission Form for future reference. Any instruction or rule received from the Director Higher Education, Chandigarh Administration, Panjab University after the publication of this Prospectus will be binding on the students. Concealment of the facts/furnishing of false information in the Admission form will directly lead to cancellation of the admission and the amount deposited as fee will be forfeited. A student who remains absent for more than ten days including holidays at a stretch without sanctioned leave is liable to have his/her name struck off from the college rolls. failing which his/her admission will stand cancelled. Re-admission fee of Rs. 150/- will be charged. It is mandatory for the student to bring his/her parents at the time of readmission. Re-admission is not a right of every student rather it is a prerogative of the Principal. The attendance of the student seeking readmission will however be counted from the first day of teaching and not from the date of re-admission

Interviews
All candidates found eligible for admission shall be interviewed by the Admission Committee on the dates notified in the Prospectus. For seeking admission, a candidate must present herself/himself for interview before the Admission Committee. A candidate who does not attend the interview shall not be admitted. A candidate seeking hostel accommodation needs to be accompanied by his/her parents and guardian. Certificates/testimonials must be produced in original at the time of interview.

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Eligibility
1. Those students who are not covered by the equivalence chart issued by the Panjab University are required to bring an eligibility certificate in original from Panjab University for new admission to any class. They are advised to ascertain from Panjab University their eligibility to the class to which they seek admission. Students from other Universities / Boards

Re-admission
If a student's name is struck off from the college rolls, he/she will be required to seek re-admission within 10 working days
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seeking admission to the colleges will be admitted on production of the following original certificates at the time of interview: The detailed marks certificate of the last examination passed; Date of birth certificate; Character certificate from the last institution attended; Inter-university migration certificate; Equivalence certificate from the Panjab University of the last course passed by the candidate (where required) 2. English for BA / BSc (General) Ist Year Class: Candidates who have passed +2 examination without English from any recognised Board / Body / Council / University, are eligible to join BA / BSc Part-I if they fulfil other requirements for admission such as minimum percentage of marks, etc. However their admission will be provisional subject to their qualifying the deficient subject of English from the parent board in two consecutive chances. Open School +2 Pass Candidates: Students who have passed +2 exam from recognized Open Schools are eligible for admission to the BA/BSc (General)/ BCom Ist year course only if their result is shown as PASS in their certificates issued by the said Open Schools and they have obtained the requisite percentage of marks prescribed under the University Regulations for admission to the concerned course. In case their result has not been shown as PASS in the relevant column of the said certificate, they will not be admitted. A booklet containing information regarding examinations of other Indian Universities / Boards / Bodies which are recognised by the Panjab University in a printed form can be obtained from the office of the Deputy Registrar (General) Panjab University, Chandigarh.

Reservation
1. Reservation of seats in different categories viz, Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, Dependents of Defence and Paramilitary Personnel, Freedom Fighters, Physically Challenged, and Sports will be made in accordance with the rules and instructions framed by the Chandigarh Administration as well as Panjab University from time to time. The student who applies in more than one reserved category will be considered in each reserved category in which he/ she applies for admission, maintaining his/ her inter se seniority in each reserved category on the basis of merit in each category. In such case, the student will get the benefit in one category only of his/her choice. As per letter No. 19/1/93/IH (3)5311 dated 18th March, 1999 from Home Secretary, Chandigarh Administration, the following policy shall be followed as regards reservation of seats: In continuation of this Administration's circular letter No. 19/1/93/IH(3-99/11136) dated 9th June, 1999 on the above subject, which inter alia provides that 85% seats of the total sanctioned intake of an institution will be filled up from amongst the students who pass their qualifying examination from schools/colleges recognized by the Chandigarh Administration and situated in the Union Territory, Chandigarh, as regular students of the said school/college, which will be termed as U.T. POOL. The remaining 15% seats will be filled from amongst students, who pass their qualifying examinations from institutions other than those located in the Union Territory, Chandigarh or otherwise, which will be termed as GENERAL POOL. Note: For Bachelor's degree, U.T. Pool means a candidate passed his/her +2 or equivalent examination from U.T., Chandigarh recognized schools. For Postgraduate classes, U.T. Pool means a Bachelor's degree or a Postgraduate

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degree from recognized colleges of Chandigarh It is clarified that since in the General Pool quota, the students who have passed their qualifying examination otherwise are also eligible for admission, the students, whether belonging to reserved category or not, who have passed their qualifying examination from the institutions located in the Union Territory, Chandigarh but are not eligible for admission under the U.T. POOL quota, are eligible for admission in the GENERAL POOL quota. ii)

Paramvir/Mahavir/Vir Chakra in person or posthumously. Sons/daughters/spouses of Defence personnel and Para-military personnel like CRPF, BSF who were killed or are totally incapacitated in action while in service and were wholly dependent on them.

iii) Sons / daughters / spouses of exservicemen (Defence and Para-military personnel) who are wholly dependent on them. iv) Sons / daughters / spouses of serving persons (Defence and Para-military personnel) who are wholly dependent on them. Panjab University Regulations

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Reservation of Seats (for all classes)

The reservation is out of 85% seats of U.T. Pool and 15% seats of General Pool. Category i) SC ii) ST U.T. Pool General Pool 14% ---15% 5% 3%

iii) Differently abled/ 3% Physically Challenged Persons iv) Wards of Freedom Fighters v) Wards of Defence Personnel* vi) Sports Categories 2% 5% 2%

2% ---2%

Refer to Panjab University Letter No. 77517780/Misc./A-6, dated 14-8-2003. Policy regarding reservation of seats in admission to educational /technical /medical institutions under the control of Chandigarh Administrationamendment thereof: For the purpose of reservation to the category Paramilitary Forces, wherever applicable, this category shall include wards of personnel serving in the Intelligence Bureau, National Security Guards, and Special Services Bureau at par with the wards of employees of other Para Military Forces, in consonance with the circular issued by Government of India, Ministry of Home Affairs, No. 27011/9/98-PF-I dated 26-5-1998.

Note: * According to the letter vide Home Dept., Chandigarh Administration order no. 19/1/3-IH (3)-2008/20352 dated 27/10/2008, endorsed by DHE vide no. 2778-dhe-ut-c5-26(i)92-II dated 26/11/2008, it has been decided to consider the wards of serving defence personnel / exservicemen i.e. sons / daughters , under 85% quota.

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Reservation for Physically Challenged

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Reservation for the Dependents of Defence / Para-military Personnel etc. is on the following priority i) Sons/daughters/spouses of Defence personnel who are awardees of gallantry decorations of

The physically challenged student will furnish a medical certificate issued by the Principal Medical Officer of his concerned district/Civil Surgeon of Chandigarh, indicating percentage of disability, whether he/she is otherwise able to pursue his/her studies, name of the disease/handicap, whether the handicap is temporary or permanent, and whether the handicap is progressively degenerative. Students with a temporary handicap will not be considered against the reserved seats for the

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physically challenged. Where the certificate is issued by any authority other than the Principal Medical Officer of Chandigarh, the concerned Head of the institution shall refer the candidate to the Principal Medical Officer, Chandigarh and shall admit the candidate only after confirmation from the P.M.O., Chandigarh. All candidates seeking admission except in the case of Chandigarh Medical College and Punjab Engineering College (where the existing practice shall continue) will furnish an undertaking as under along with their application form: I certify that I have no such physical handicap/disability which would hinder the pursuit of studies in the course in which I am seeking admission. If at a later stage it is found that I have a physical handicap / disability which hinders the pursuit of studies in the course in which I am seeking admission then my admission will be liable to be cancelled. In case of any doubt in interpretation of any clause of these instructions, the matter shall be referred to the Chandigarh Administration whose decision shall be final.

including professional and technical courses of the University Teaching Depts. and the affiliated colleges. ii) 5% increase intake subject to maximum of 3 seats (to be treated as additional seat(s) per course at the entry point be made in all courses at under graduate and post graduate level in all Arts and Science affiliated colleges and Panjab University Teaching Dept. wherever the reservation policy approved by the University was applicable.

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Concession to the Direct Descendents of Kargil Martyrs

1% seats with minimum of 1 seat in the Departments and affiliated colleges except in partially financed / self-financing courses are reserved for the direct descendents of the Kargil Martyrs / permanently disabled (up to 80% leading to incapacitation) as per letter No. Misc./A-6/3501-3725, dated 18.4.2007 received from the Panjab University.

G. D. Reservation for Wards of Freedom Fighters 2% seats in each pool will be filled from the category of children and grand children of Freedom Fighters. A certificate issued by the Deputy Commissioner of the concerned district will have to be attached with the admission form.

Reservation for Single Girl Child

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Concession to the Wards of Kashmiri Displaced Persons

As per decision of Panjab University contained in letter no. Misc/A-6/3185-3384 dated 29.2.2012 Two additional seats for the only sibling (single) girl child for admission to given course in the Panjab University and its affiliated colleges subject to the condition that the candidate seeking admission under this category is otherwise eligible from all angles. An affidavit on a stamp paper worth Rs. 20/- duly attested by 1st class Magistrate, to be obtained from the parents of the girl child. The Specimen of the affidavit is enclosed. (page no. 34)

As per letter No. Misc/A-6/4502-4800 dated 12.4.2012 from Registrar, Panjab University, the following concessions are provided to the Kashmiri migrant students in the matter of their admission. (i) 5% weightage be given and the merit be determined accordingly provided that the candidate fulfilled the minimum prescribed qualifications (including Entrance Test), wherever applicable, for all courses

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Cancer and AIDS patients

As per decision of Panjab University contained in letter no. Misc/A-6/3185-3384 dated 29.2.2012 One additional seat for the student suffering from Cancer/AIDS has been allowed for admission to a given course in the Panjab University and its affiliated colleges provided he/she is otherwise eligible. The claimant
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candidate will have to submit a certificate with proof from the National Medical Institute like PGI, AIIMS etc. in support of his/her claim.

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NCC

As per letter No. DHE-UT-Ad.II-NCC-1(9) 98 dated 24.09.2008 weightage of marks to N.C.C. certificate holders for admission to affiliated colleges w.e.f. the academic session 2003-04 shall be as under: Certificate B: 1% Certificate C: 2% 2.

shall not be divided into U.T. pool/General pool. The inter merit of the candidates seeking admission in any course in the reserved category of sports shall be determined only on the basis of their merit in sports as per grading criteria mentioned. In case any of the seats in the sports category in any branch remains unfilled, the same shall be thrown open to the candidates of general category. This policy is for the players of Chandigarh only. Benefit of reservation under this category shall be available only to the following category of students: i) Those who pass their qualifying examination from Schools/Colleges, recognised by the Chandigarh Administration in the Union Territory of Chandigarh as regular students and have applied for Gradation Certificate will be given admission subject to the condition that such students must represent Chandigarh State/Schools etc. in the National/other recognised tournaments. Where the Chandigarh Administration has adopted the notification of other States/ U.Ts. on reciprocal basis, to give benefit of reservation in admission in sports category in Chandigarh, they will be graded as per the existing policy of the Chandigarh Administration.

J.

NSS

As per letter No. 2894-DHE-UT-CH-NSS (6) 98 dated 29.12.2008 weightage of marks to N.S.S. certificate holders shall be 1%. Note : 1. The student belonging to the above categories will also be considered in the general category according to his/her merit. If admitted on the basis of his / her merit in the general category, he / she will not be counted towards the seats reserved for the categories concerned. Rules of Reservation policy existing at the time of admission will be applicable.

ii)

2.

Guidelines for Admission to the Reserved Categories of Sports


This will be as per rules and regulations of Sports Dept. of the Chandigarh Administration vide Home Secretary letter No. 8493, dated 5-52003. Implementation of the policy will be as under: 1. 2% of the total number of seats in each course shall be filled up by sportsmen/sportswomen. These 2% seats shall be reserved in both Engineering/NonEngineering courses in the institutions on the basis of total intake of each branch. Fraction of 0.5 or above shall be rounded off to the next higher number. This category

iii) Countersigning of the Gradation Certificates shall only be admissible on reciprocal basis provided that countersigned certificates will be graded as per the policy of the Chandigarh Administration. 3. Students seeking admission under this category shall be considered only: i) If his/her age falls within the age group which is eligible for participation in Inter-College / Inter-University Tournaments. If his/her achievement in sports relates to his/her activity in any of the three years preceding the year of admission.

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(for example, for admission in the year 2011- 12, the achievements shall not be prior to April, 2008). iii) Gradation Certificate will not be meant for employment purposes. 4. The Director Sports, Chandigarh Administration, or his nominee, not below the rank of the Joint Director, Sports will issue the certificate, and also have the authority to cancel any certificate at any time, if it is found to have been issued on false/incorrect/concealed information or record. The merit of certificates shall be graded as A, B, C, D in the descending order. Details of these grades are available with the admission committees of all the colleges.

he/she fails to clear the deficient subject/s his/her result of higher examination as the case may be, shall be cancelled. Provided further that a person joining the BSc course must have obtained not less than 40% marks in the aggregate of the examination. The Scrutiny Committee will clearly state against the relevant column in the Admission Form whether a candidate has a deficient subject or not, and the Admission Committee will countersign it.

Late Admissions
1. The permission of the Vice-Chancellor is necessary for admission after the expiry of the last date given with the Principal's permission. The Principal may forward the late admission approval forms of eligible students on 10th, 20th and 31st of August i.e. the last date of admission in three lots and draft of fee collectively on or before the last date prescribed. A student whose result of +2 examination 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, depending upon the availability of seats and the fact that the Admission Form has been deposited as 'Result Awaited Case' before the last date of submission of Admission Forms. The attendance of such a student shall be counted from the date of admission. This would be applicable to an Open School also. After expiry of this period, the late admission approval from the ViceChancellor is required. In case of late declaration of result by the Panjab University, the normal admission will take place within 10 working days of the declaration of result. This rule will not apply to a candidate who passes the lower examination from any other University / Board.

Deficient Subjects
Rules regarding deficient subject/subjects for candidates coming from universities (other than Panjab University, Chandigarh) of Punjab State, seeking admission in BA /BSc Part II and III are as follows: BA/BSc First year or Second year examination, under 10+2+3 system of education of Kurukshetra University (Kurukshetra) or Punjabi University (Patiala) or Guru Nanak Dev University (Amritsar) or Himachal Pradesh University (Shimla) or Maharshi Dayanand University (Rohtak) provided that they must offer the subjects taken up by him in the BA/BSc First year or Second year examination and these are available at the Panjab University. The marks obtained in the BA/BSc First year or Second year examination as the case may be, shall be counted towards his division. The marks obtained by a person in the examination concerned shall be normalised by increasing or decreasing the maximum marks in accordance with the maximum marks prescribed by the Panjab University. In case there is some deficiency in subject/s he/she shall have to clear the deficient subject/s, if any at the next two consecutive examinations of this University. If 2.

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Migration
1. Students from other colleges affiliated to the Panjab University may be allowed to migrate with the prior permission of the concerned Principals and the university. A certificate from the previous college giving details of dues paid and lectures delivered and attended must be produced at the time of admission. No migration will be permitted to a student with a combination of subjects not provided in these colleges. A candidate seeking admission to any college after migration from universities other than the Panjab University shall clear deficient subjects, if any, as determined by the College/University.

Check list Students 1.

of

Documents

for

Foreign

An eligibility certificate from the Panjab University indicating the particular class to which they can be admitted. A certificate of proficiency in English language as per the University rules. A certificate of registration from the local police. Original letters of scholarships in case of those who are Government of India scholars. Residential permit. Birth certificate showing date of birth and father's name. Passport/Visa. Original Migration Certificate. Original as well as self attested copies of academic certificates.

2. 3. 4.

2.

3.

5. 6. 7. 8.

Foreign Students
The Principals admit a limited number of foreign students to various classes in their colleges on the recommendation of respective Admission Committees as per the University/College rules. Applications of foreign students for concessional Air Travel Ticket are forwarded once a year. A limited number of seats may be allowed to foreign students in the college hostels as per the college rules and regulations. However, admission to the hostel cannot be claimed as a matter of right. The scholarship grant does not cover refundable securities which the foreign students are required to deposit at the time of admission. They must, therefore, bring with them an additional sum of Rs. 10,000/- for the purpose. They are required to pay Registration Fee as prescribed by P.U. at the time of admission.

9.

10. Other testimonials, if any. The respective college authorities have the right to reject any admission form and refuse admission if there is any discrepancy in the name, date of birth or even spellings of the names in passport, certificates, testimonials and birth certificate etc. All the Foreign Students shall obtain an Eligibility Certificate from the Deputy Registrar (General), Panjab University, in all cases. Admission of foreign students to the college will be governed by the Guidelines issued by the Dean, Foreign Students, Panjab University, Chandigarh.

Important
n n

All policies / rules are subject to change as per university / government guidelines. Copy of latest rules will be available with individual colleges at the time of admission.

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RULES PERTAINING TO ACADEMICS


Change of Subjects BA/BSc I
Students seeking admission to BA I are advised to select subjects carefully after due consideration. Change of subjects will be allowed in BA / BSc I only once and that too depending on the availability of seats in that particular subject. This option can be exercised by the students of BA / BSc I within one month of the commencement of the academic session provided the student has attended minimum of 15 lectures in the subject concerned. Applications on the prescribed form for subject change must be routed through the concerned teachers and the Incharge, Change of Subjects. be given as follows: i) ii) 2. Attendance above 85% - 2 marks. Attendance 75% to 85% - 1 mark.

In addition to this, for BCom I, II and III, 10 marks in each paper are reserved for Practicals. However, there are no practicals for the students opting for Punjabi/HCP in BCom I For BBA I, II & III, the internal assessment is 20%. Absence or exemption from the examination on any ground (even medical) is treated as failure with nil marks. A student attending NCC Camps/Sports / Cultural Activities will seek prior permission for remaining absent in September / December Tests. He/she may be allowed to appear in a Special Test, if held at the discretion of the Principal.

3.

4.

5.

Eligibility to Appear in the University Examination


Attendance Requirement As per the University Regulations, a student is required to attend at least: 1. 75% of the lectures delivered to his/her class in theory as well as practical subject opted by him/her. 75% of the tutorials/Practical for BCom Classes in each of the subjects offered by him/her.

A student is required to obtain : 1. A minimum of 25% marks in the aggregate of all subjects in the House Examinations to be eligible for the annual University examination.

2.

Leave Rules
1. Students should apply for leave on the leave application form available in the college office. Prior sanction for leave must be taken. In case of sickness or an emergency, the leave application must be submitted within a week. Application for sick leave for more than five days will have to be supported by a Medical Certificate from a Government Dispensary / Hospital.

House Examinations & Internal Assessment for Degree Classes


As per the instructions of Panjab University, Chandigarh, internal assessment is based on 30% marks in September Test and 50% in December Test in each paper of all the subjects of BA I,II,III; BSc I,II,III; BCom I,II,III and BCA I,II,III. 1. Weightage of 20% marks for attendance will

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5.

Absentees fine without leave is Re. 1/- per period and Rs. 4/- for the whole day. Leave on medical grounds or otherwise does not entitle a student to claim benefit of lectures or for appearing in the Special Test. 2.

Refund Form (available in the Office) to the dealing assistant of the office. For Students leaving College MidSession: Application for refund of security must be made on the prescribed form immediately on leaving the college.

6.

Note

Libraries
All the five Government Colleges and Regional Institute of English have got well stocked libraries with open shelf system. The latest books, journals, periodicals and newspapers are available to the students. Computers are installed and reading material is also available in the form of CDs and Audio Cassettes. As soon as a student is admitted to the college, he/she will be issued an Identity Card and Library Card-cum-Reader's Ticket on production of the fee receipt. Four stamp size photographs are to be fixed one each on the identity card and membership card, and two on reader's tickets. Every student shall keep his/her identity card on his/her person during his/her stay in the college. A student who fails to produce the identity card/library card on demand may be refused entry in the classes/library and may become liable to disciplinary action.

Security will lapse if not claimed within one year of leaving the college.

Academic Prizes
To encourage better performance in studies, prizes are awarded to the students on the basis of their results in the House examinations, subject to the following rules: 1. A student failing in the House examinations or seeking exemption on any ground, whatsoever, will not be eligible for the prize. University prizes will be awarded strictly according to the position held by the students in the university examinations and notified in the Panjab University Gazettes. The special examination, if held, will determine only the eligibility of the students for the University examination and not for the academic prizes. However, if a student misses an examination in one or more subjects due to participation in National / University competitions but secures a first / second / third position in the subject he / she has appeared for, he / she will be entitled to that prize. Special prizes and certificates are awarded for distinction in co-curricular activities.

2.

3.

Text Book Library Under the scheme of University Grants Commission for Text Book Library, complete sets of text books are issued to the needy students for the entire session. 2. Issue of Books: (i) Books shall be issued for 14 days. 4.

(ii) Overdue fine @Rs. 1/- per book per day shall be charged.

Roll of Honour The Roll of Honour is awarded to outstanding students for distinction in academics/cocurricular activities/sports. The record is maintained in the Roll of Honour Register.

Library Security 1. Refund and Lapse of Security of Students leaving college: All outgoing students must submit their Library Security

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College Colours and Merit Certificates Academic prizes, College Colours and Merit Certificates are awarded to the students for their outstanding achievements in academics, sports and other co-curricular activities as per rules laid down by the college.

Concessions & Scholarships


The various concessions, scholarships and other facilities are as under : 1. General Students: Concession in Fee; (Refer to Common Fee Concession Application Form given in the Prospectus). Half Tuition Fee concession is given to 10% of admitted students whose family income from all sources per annum is upto Rs. 1Lakh. Half Fee Brother/Sister Concession: A student whose elder brother/sister is paying full fee in any of Govt. College of Chandigarh Administration, should apply for concession within15 days after getting admission in their respective college/ same college.

6. Non Hindi Speaking Scholarships: To encourage the study of Hindi in Non-Hindi speaking States and to make available to the Governments of these States, suitable personnel for teaching and other posts where knowledge of Hindi is essential, scholarships are sanctioned under the Govt. of India scheme to students from Non-Hindi speaking States for Post-Matric Studies in Hindi. Five scholarships given by the Chandigarh Administration are as follows : Rs.500/- p.m. for BA/BSc/BCom (Pass & Honours) I, II, III and Rs. 1000/- p.m. for MA I, II. 7. Meritorious Students Scholarship Under the Govt. of India National Scholarship Scheme and UT State Merit Scholarship Scheme: Meritorious students are to be given scholarship @ Rs. 100 p.m., of which 86 scholarships are given under the Govt. National Scholarship Scheme and 21 scholarships are given under the UT Merit Scholarship Scheme. Economically Weaker Students (If the income of their parents is less than Rs. one lakh per annum) are given financial aid out of Students' Aid Fund & Red Cross Fund. Note: These concessions are not applicable to selffinancing courses.

2.

8.

3. Blind Students' Concession: All blind candidates shall be exempted from payment of tuition fees and admission fees in respect of all the classes. 4. Concession for descendants of Kargil Martyrs / permanently disabled: Concession in College Fee and Hostel Fee will be given to descendants of Kargil Martyrs / permanently disabled vide letter No. Misc./A-6/3501- 3725, dated 18.4.2007 received from the Panjab University. SC/ST Students: All SC/ST students are eligible for free books and stationery. The Education Department of Chandigarh Administration provides free books and stationery to each SC/ST student as under: 1. 2. 3. Arts - Rs.250/Commerce - Rs. 250/Science - Rs. 350/-

Other Scholarships / Stipends The cases of all eligible students are recommended for grant of the following scholarships / stipends / awards: 1. Indian Council Scholarship; for Cultural Relations

5.

2. 3.

Post-Matric Scholarship for SC/ST students; Scholarship to the disabled students pursuing studies from Class IX onwards; Handicapped Students' Scholarship;

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Award of Scholarship out of PU Students Relief Fund;

5.

Smoking, drinking and playing cards on the college campus is strictly prohibited. Students must make it a point to read the Notice Board daily. Ignorance of orders/notices duly displayed on the Notice Board shall not be accepted as an excuse for non-compliance. Students violating rules and resorting to indiscipline are liable to be punished in the form of heavy fine, withdrawal of concession or stipends and even expulsion from the college in extreme cases. Students who are under-age and do not have a valid driving licence for a twowheeler or a four-wheeler are not allowed to drive as per the directions of the Hon'ble Punjab and Haryana High Court. Students must park their vehicles at the cycle/scooter stand. Plying of vehicles on the college campus is not allowed.

6.

Sanskrit Scholarships: Meritorious students who had taken up Sanskrit in 10+2 exam and opt for Sanskrit as an elective subject in BA I are eligible to apply for Sanskrit Scholarships in BA I, II & III of Rs.4000/per annum on the recommendation of Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan, New Delhi; Award of PU Sports Stipend; Scholarship is also given to students whose earning parent dies and the family income, falls within the prescribed income limit as given in the centrally sponsored scheme of Post-Matric Scholarship for SC/ST students. Award of Chandigarh (UT) Govt. Merit Scholarship (Eligibility to be determined on the basis of result of BA/BSc Final Examination).

6.

7.

7. 8.

8.

9.

9.

10. National Merit Scholarship DPI (c) Punjab Note: Following two scholarships are offered only to students who are State Merit Scholarship DPI (c) Punjab for domicile of Punjab only. 1. Post-Matric Studies in Hindi Chandigarh Administration Students' Aid Fund. DHE,

10. It is imperative that students be wellbehaved and respectful towards other students, especially girls. Anyone indulging in or abetting gang fights or eve-teasing or causing damage to the college property will be dealt with very sternly and even may be rusticated.

2.

Code of Conduct and Discipline


1. Students are required to maintain discipline in and outside the class rooms/college campus. Students must be punctual and regular in the classes and House Examinations. Parents are requested to remain in touch with the faculty members to keep track of their ward's academic performance/ conduct. Use of Mobile Phones in the classrooms and library is strictly prohibited.

Withdrawal of Refund of Fee

Admission

and

2.

3.

4.

In partial modification of office Order No. DPIUT-CS-12(6)95 dated 30-3-07/24-4-07, the Advisor to the Administrator, Union Territory, Chandigarh is pleased to adopt the recommendations of the Registrar, Panjab University, Chandigarh Endorsed vide No. 47214900/Misc/A-3 dated 28-5-07(copy enclosed) regarding refund of entire fee collected from the students withdrawing before the starting of the course, the candidates in the waiting list would be given admission against the vacant seat. The entire fee collected from the student, after a deduction of the processing fee of not more than

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Rs.1000/- (Rupees one thousand only) shall be refunded and returned by the institution/University to the student/candidate withdrawing from the programme. Should a student leave after joining the course and if the seat consequently falling vacant has been filled by another candidate by the last date of admission, the institution must return the fee collected with proportionate deduction of monthly fee and proportionate hostel rent, where applicable, as conveyed by University Grant Commission, New Delhi vide their letter

No. F.No. 1-3/2007(CPP-II) dated 23rd April 2007.

Note: Not withstanding anything contained in this document to the contrary, the Instructions for Admission to Various Courses of Panjab University, Chandigarh or any subsequent instructions to be issued for the session 2012-13 shall apply.

It is in fact a part of the function of education to help us escape, not from our own time -- for we are bound by that -but from the intellectual and emotional limitations of our time. ~ T.S. Eliot

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INSTRUCTIONS TO FILL THE ADMISSION FORM


n The prospectus contains two admission forms; a student can apply in any two colleges/two courses.
n n

Proof of residence i.e. Ration Card / Driving License / Voter Identity Card (any one) Tick mark Reservation, if any. Attach the supporting document showing the name of the candidate. If you have been declared pass in +2 but have failed in one or more subjects, mention this fact clearly in the column of the previous class passed. Fill the details of the classes passed. You can also attach an extra sheet indicating the marks in individual subjects. Affix one copy of your passport size photograph on the specified column / place in the Admission Form. Application for admission must be submitted within the specified period as given by the colleges in their respective sections. Incomplete application and application received in the office after the due date shall not be entertained. Please collect the Acknowledgment Slip from the college in which you are applying for admission.

Fill a separate form for each college and each course. Write in blue/black ink. Fill up all the columns of the admission form neatly and carefully as overwriting is not allowed. Give the full form of the Board/University from which you have passed the last examination, e.g., Punjab School Education Board instead of PSEB. Attach character certificate from the institution (recognized and affiliated) last attended. Private candidates should attach a character certificate issued by a gazetted officer (specimen enclosed) Attach self attested copies of the following certificates: Matriculation/Sr. Secondary showing date of birth; certificate
n n n

n n

Board/University certificate showing the previous examination passed; Certificates of merit/prizes won, if any;

Important
n n

Bring all original certificates and documents at the time of interview. Parents/Guardians should sign the declaration and undertaking.

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LIST OF FAKE UNIVERSITIES


As per the UGC website the list of fake Universities as on December, 2011 is as follows: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Maithili University/Vishwavidyalaya, Darbhanga, Bihar. Varanaseya Sanskrit Vishwavidyalaya, Varanasi (UP) Jagatpuri, Delhi. Commercial University Ltd., Daryaganj, Delhi. United Nations University, Delhi. Vocational University, Delhi. ADR-Centric Juridical University, ADR House, 8J, Gopala Tower, 25 Rajendra Place, New Delhi 110 008. Indian Institute of Science and Engineering, New Delhi. Badaganvi Sarkar World Open University Education Society, Gokak, Belgaum, Karnataka. St. John's University, Kishanattam, Kerala.

7. 8. 9.

10. Kesarwani Vidyapith, Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh. 11. Raja Arabic University, Nagpur, Maharashtra. 12. D.D.B. Sanskrit University, Putur, Trichi, Tamil Nadu. 13. Indian Institute of Alternative Medicine, Kolkatta. 14. Mahila Gram Vidyapith/Vishwavidyalaya, (Womens University) Prayag, Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh. 15. Gandhi Hindi Vidyapith, Prayag, Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh. 16. National University of Electro Complex Homeopathy, Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh. 17. Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose University (Open University), Achaltal, Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh. 18. Uttar Pradesh Vishwavidyalaya, Kosi Kalan, Mathura, Uttar Pradesh. 19. Maharana Pratap Shiksha Niketan Vishwavidyalaya, Pratapgarh, Uttar Pradesh. 20. Indraprastha Shiksha Parishad, Institutional Area,Khoda,Makanpur,Noida Phase-II, Uttar Pradesh. 21. Gurukul Vishwavidyala, Vridanvan, Uttar Pradesh.

* Bhartiya Shiksha Parishad, Lucknow, UP - the matter is subjudice before the District Judge Lucknow

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SPECIMEN OF CHARACTER CERTIFICATE


(For Private Candidate Only)

Certified that Miss/Mr. _____________________________________________________________________ Daughter/ Son of Sh.______________________________________________________________________ R/o ___________________________________________________________________________________ is known to me for the last three years. He/ She bears a good moral character.

Sd. Gazetted Office

SPECIMEN OF AFFIDAVIT FOR SINGLE GIRL CHILD


(On non-Judicial Stamp Paper worth Rs. 20/- duly attested by 1st Class magistrate)

I, _____________________________________________________________________ (name), father/mother of Miss __________________________________________ (full address to be given) resident of _______________________________ do hereby, solemnly declare and affirm as under:1. 2. 3. 4. 5. That I am a citizen of India. That Miss ____________________ born on ________________ is girl child of the deponent. That the deponent has no male child. That the deponent has the following children and none else: i) Name iii) Sex iii) Date of Birth That neither the deponent nor the forenamed girl child of the deponent has obtained/availed the benefit granted under this category, in this University/Institute including its affiliated colleges.

Place : Dated : VERIFICATION Verified that the contents of above affidavit are true and correct and that nothing has been concealed therein. Place : Dated : DEPONENT DEPONENT

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SPECIMEN APPLICATION FORM FOR FEE CONCESSION / SCHOLARSHIP


Name ________________________________ Roll No. _____________________ Class ____________ 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Father's / Guardian's Name ________________________________________________________ Designation / Organization / Occupation ______________________________________________ Address _______________________________________________________________________ Permanent Address ______________________________________________________________ Particulars of previous class _____________ Roll No. ______________ Session ________________ Concession No. _______________ Concession availed.
Category of the Concession Requirements To Avail The Concession Income of parents from all sources per annum up to Rs. 1 lakh Certificate / Receipt of payment of fee Tick The Relevant Columns

Sr. No. Category of the student

1.

General/SC/ST

Half fee concession (Tuition Fee)

2.

Students whose elder brother / sister is paying full fee in any Govt. College of Chd. Blind students

Half fee concession (Tuition Fee)

3.

Full fee concession (Tuition & Admission Fee) Fee Concession Hostel Fee Concession Free books & Stationery Rs. 250/- Arts / Com, & Rs. 350/- Science Scholarship of Rs. 500/-pm for B.A./B.Sc./B/Com. (Pass & Honours) I, II, III For M.A. I, II Rs. 1000/21 Merit scholarships under Merit Scholarship U.T. Merit scholarships Scheme and 86 under GOI National Scholarship Scheme Financial aid out of Students' Aid Fund & Red Cross Fund

Medical Certificate from a competent authority.

4.

Descendants of Kargil Martyrs SC/ ST students

Valid Certificate from the Ministry of Defence SC/ST Certificate All SC/ST students are eligible. Certificate of Non-Hindi speaking State

5.

6.

Students from Non-Hindi Speaking States for Post Matric Studies in Hindi

7.

Meritorious Students

Merit Certificate

8.

Poor / Needy students

Income Certificate / Affidavit

Note: i) ii)

Attach documentary evidence in support of your claim. For details refer to relevant section on Concessions, Scholarships and Prizes in the Prospectus.

Signature of the Applicant For office use only Signature of Concession In-Charge Signature of the Principal

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SPECIMEN OF AFFIDAVIT FOR GAP YEAR

I, ______________________________________________,D/S of Sh.______________________________, R/O___________________________________________________________________________________, do hereby solemnly affirm and declare as Under:1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. That I am seeking admission in ___________________________________, Chandigarh. That I passed my _______________________ examination during 200______. That during my gap period from _____________________ I did not take part in any political activity. That during my gap period from _______________________________ there is no criminal case lying pending against me in a Court or Police Station. That due to_______________________________________________________________, I had to drop my regular studies for _________ year / years. That I was not disqualified by any board/body/council/university. That I was not already registered with Panjab University (wherever applicable). That I bear a good moral character.

Place : Dated : VERIFICATION Verified that the contents of above affidavit are true and correct and that nothing has been concealed therein. Place : Dated : Note : Two copies of the affidavit are to be submitted. DEPONENT DEPONENT

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ACADEMIC CALENDAR 2012-13


Academic Calendar for the session 2012-13 for the Panjab University affiliated Colleges Arts, Science, Commerce & B.P.ED., M.A., M.Sc.) having annual/semester examination for the session 2012-13:
Academic Calendar Summer Vacation 26.5.2012 (Sat) to 8.7.2012 (Sun) Colleges open on 9.7.2012 (Mon) Admission Schedule i. Normal admission for on going and 9.7.2012 (Mon) to 26.7.2012 (Thu) new classes ii. Late Admission (for on going and new 27.7.2012 (Fri) to 6.8.2012 (Mon) classes) to be allowed by the Principal of the College with late fee of Rs.500/iii. Teaching Starts a) for ongoing classes 12.7.2012 (Thu) b) for new admission classes 16.7.2012 (Mon) (tentative) iv. Late admission in the Colleges to be 7.8.2012 (Tue) to 31.8.2012 (Fri) allowed by the Vice-Chancellor with late fee of Rs.1800/- per student . *Common for on going and new admissions) Academic Term- I 12.7.2012 (Thu) to 23.10.2012 (Tue) Autumn Break 24.10.12 (Wed) to 31.10.2012 (Wed) Academic Term- II 1.11.2012 (Thu) to 22.12.2012 (Sat) Winter Break 23.12.2012 (Sun) to 8.1.2012 (Tue) Academic Term- III 9.1.2013 (Wed) to 21.3.2013 (Thu) Annual Examinations starts from 22.3.2013 (Fri) to Summer Vacation 1.6.2013 (Sat) to 8.7.2013 (Mon) Total Teaching days of academic term I,II & III 84+41+57=182 days 44 days

16 days 9 days

84 days 8 days 41 days 17 days 57 days 38 days

Academic Schedule for the session 2012-13 for the Panjab University affiliated Colleges with Post Graduate courses having Semester System:
Academic Term-I 1st, 3rd, 5th, 7th Semester Autumn Break Colleges reopens after Autumn Break Total Working Days of Academic Term I End Semester Examination Winter Break Academic term II 2nd, 4th, 6th, 8th Semester College reopens after Semester Examination Total Working Days of Academic Term II End Semester Examination Summer Vacation (tentative) Total Teaching days of academic term I & II 12.7.2012 (Thu) 24.10.12 (Wed) 1.11.2012 (Thu) 07-12-12 (Sat) 23-12-12 (Sun) to to to to to 23.10.2012 (Tues) 31.10.2012 (Wed) 06.12.2012 (Thu) 84+27= 111 days 22-12-12 (Sat) 08-01-13 (Thu) 84 days 8 days 27 days 14 days 17 days

09-01-13 (Wed)

to

20-5-2013 (Mon)

21-05-13 (Tue) 1-06-13 (Sat)

to to

31-05-13 (Fri) 08-07-13 (Mon)

102 Teaching 102 days (23 days) (38 days)

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DISCLAIMER
Although every effort has been made to provide Reliable and accurate information, the Chandigarh Administration or the Prospectus Committee does not warrant or assume any legal liability or responsibility for any error at any stage of printing and compilation.

Various contents in the Prospectus are subject to change by the Panjab University or the Government from time to time.

NOTE All court cases related to admission will fall in the jurisdiction of Hon'ble Court in Chandigarh U.T.

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POSTGRADUATE GOVERNMENT COLLEGE


Sector 11, Chandigarh

Dear Students It gives me immense pleasure to welcome you to Postgraduate Government College Sector-11, Chandigarh, a premier center for educational excellence in the city beautiful. Right from the beginning, since its establishment in 1953, it endeavours to prepare and equip its students with necessary virtues and skills such as regularity, discipline and time management for facing the challenges of life. Being the first college in the City Beautiful, it has proven itself worthy of its role as a torch bearer and its alumni are now prominent figures in administrative services, education, medicine, engineering, business, industry and even politics. Affiliated to Panjab University the college is committed to set bench marks equal to the standards of reputed national and international academic institutions. We at PGGC-11 aim at directing our collective efforts towards the inculcation of intellectual brilliance, moral uprightness and ethical awareness in our students, so as to shape the young minds into responsible citizens. The highly qualified and dedicated faculty aims at helping the students recognize their talents in diverse fields. The college strives its best to provide the most conducive ambience and environment to enable the students realize the motto of the institution 'Higher and Still Higher'. Spread over an area of 40 acres, the college provides all the facilities that help you develop your potential in different areas. Commodious buildings with airy class-rooms, well-equipped science laboratories, internet and computer labs, language labs, a gymnasium hall, a swimming pool, a physiotherapy lab, a sculpture park, a seminar room, sprawling playgrounds and an auditorium will surely enrich your learning experience. We also have a well-equipped fully computerized airconditioned library with more than one lakh books and online INFLIBNET facility to access e-books and e-journals along with Wi-Fi connection. Two braillers and one computer with Braille software facilitate the visually challenged students in their studies. For our resident students, we have three hostels for boys and arrangements are made in various Girls' colleges for girl students also. To encourage team work and healthy competition among students, the college provides ample opportunities to participate in seminars, projects, youth-festivals and contests. To inculcate the spirit of social work and discipline, there are 10 societies functioning apart from NCC and NSS. We are committed to provide you a congenial atmosphere in the college premises where you can explore ever-widening vistas of knowledge. With Best Wishes

J.S. Raghu Principal

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ACTIVITIES AT A GLANCE
We at PGGC-11 offer umpteen opportunities to our young students to help them realize their potential and excel in varied fields. We are committed to nurture ambition and support them achieve their goals successfully. With this view, the college remains abuzz with activities throughout the session. Lets have a glimpse...

Personal Development Programme


Keeping in mind the fast changing job requirements, the Personal Development Programme which is a joint venture by Regional Institute of English, Sec. 32 and the UT Administration, polishes students' professional skills and renders them more employable. The core areas of the programme are interpersonal skills, communication skills and English Language proficiency.

Social Societies
As part of the Chandigarh Administration's initiative the college has set up ten social outreach societies which sensitize and awaken young minds to be socially responsive citizens. These are AIDS Awareness Society, Best Out of Waste Society, Cancer Awareness Society, Community Hygiene and Sanitation Society, Drug De-Addiction Society, Environment Awareness Society, Gender Equity Society, Society for Preservation and Protection of Heritage, Sankalp Society and Road Safety and Traffic Awareness Society.

Tutorial Groups
Giving due importance to the teacher-taught relationship, tutorial meetings are held regularly where students air and share their problems with their mentors freely. Through these meetings they are sensitized against social evils, smoking, ragging etc.

Redressal Cell for Challenged Students

Physically

Career Counselling and Placement Cell


The CCPC of the college helps students to explore career options, prepares them for job interviews and also facilitates the campus recruitment process. The cell plans its activities through a feedback mechanism through its student campus coordinators.

To hone up interactive skills of the differently abled students and help them build selfconfidence, the cell is actively involved in organizing various interactive sessions from time to time.

Foreign Students' Council


Keeping in view the large number of Foreign students vying for admission to the college, a special Foreign Students' Council is set up to look after their interests and help and extend full support to them in case of any problem.

UGC Scheme for Coaching of SC/ST and Minority Community Students for National Educational Testing
The PG departments of History, English and Punjabi have initiated NET coaching classes for SC/ST/OBC and Minority Community students under the UGC scheme.

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Alumni Association
The Association makes the bond between the college and the ex-students stronger. It celebrates College Founders' Day every year on May 26 with great fan fare and exuberance. Many of our alumni are now prominent figures in different walks of life. For detailed information see the Association's website www.alumnipggc11.org

NSS
The college has three NSS units for boys and one unit for girls. In an earnest endeavour to put 'Service Before Self' the volunteers remain busy carrying out social activities in adopted villages around the city throughout the year.

in various games. The department has produced many national level sports persons and is relentlessly upgrading the sports infrastructure in the college. Ours is the only college having well-equipped multi-specialty Gymnasium, Cinder track and Swimming pool. The following games are open to the students : Table-Tennis, Swimming, Kho-Kho, Judo, Yoga, Lawn-Tennis , Athletics, Gymnastics, Kabaddi, Cross-Country Race, Cycling, Walking / Marathon, Rowing, Weight-Lifting, Archery, Chess, Football, Hockey, Cricket, Basketball, Volleyball, Badminton, Netball, Handball, Boxing and Softball

Educational Tours
Educational tours are a tremendous way to facilitate learning as they provide opportunity for practical experience. The college organizes such tours to historical places, field trips to industrial houses, museums, art galleries etc. from time to time.

NCC
The three wings of NCC for boys namely Naval, Army and Air Wing prepare cadets for 'B' and 'C' Certificate exams so that they may avail themselves of reserved seats in the I.M.A. meant for NCC 'C' certificate holders. As per NCC rules, a cadet is required to attend an annual training camp.

Extra-Curricular Activities
For the overall development of personality, the college encourages its students to participate in diverse activities like creative writing, public speaking, quiz contests, group discussions, competitions of singing and painting, collage/poster making, slogan writing etc. The Government College Dramatics Club (GCDC) is a perfect blend of art, aesthetics and social responsibility. Some of the members of GCDC have carved a niche for themselves at national level theatre scene.

Sports
It being the only college in north India having four year integrated BPEd course and two year MPEd course, the department of Physical Education and Teacher Training admits some of the best sports persons from across the country in these courses who bring laurels to the college

Education is not received. It is achieved.

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WHOM TO CONTACT
Class/Category/Helpline Chief Co-ordinator (Admissions) Co-ordinator (Humanities) Co-ordinator (Science) Co-ordinator (Commerce & BBA) Co-ordinator IT B.A.I (Reserve) (UT) (Outside UT) (Functional English) B.A.II B.A.III M.A. I & II (English) M.A. I & II (History) M.A. I & II (Punjabi) MSc. I & II (Chemistry) Convener Dr. (Ms.) Ramneek Sharma Ms. Pavinder Kaur Mr. Ranjjan Verma Mr. Hans Raj Mr. B.R. Bansal Dr. (Ms.) Kanwaljit Dhillon Dr. S.K. Rai Dr. B.P. Yadav Ms. Geetanjali Kalra Ms. Kiran Sharma Dr. Rakesh Gupta Dr. (Ms.) Suchita Malik Dr. (Ms.) Kanta Singhania Ms. Inderjit Kaur Dr. (Ms.) Seema Gandhi Room No. Dean's Room Room No. 40 Room No. 114 Room No. 133 IT. Dept. (Room No. 54) Room No. 02 College Hall Room No. 33 College Hall Room No. 32 Room No. 11 Room No. 132 Room No. 146 Room No. 129 Room No. 124 Room No. 104 Room No. 20 Room No. 102 Room No. 133 IT. Dept. (Room No. 54) Room No. 13 Room No. 18 Room No. 18 Room no. 146 Room No. 205 Main Hostel Room No. 30 Room No. 114 Staff Room Room No. 146 Room No. 205 Room No. 133 In front of College Hall

B.Sc. I, II & III (Med., Biotech Elec., MicroBio, Bioinfo) Ms. Samriti Khera B.Sc. I, II & III (N. Med.) B.Sc. I, II & III (Hons.) Biotechnology B.Com & BBA I,II & III BCA. I, II & III/M.Sc. I &II (IT) B.Sc. I, II & III (Computer Science) BPEd I, II, III, IV MPEd I, II Office Management Certificate Course for Girls Foreign Students Hostel Admission Scholarship and Fee Concession Time Table & allotment of Sections Redressal of Grievances of Hostel Girls Prevention of Sexual Harassment Anti Stress Helpline Anti Ragging Helpline Help Desk Dr. Mahinder Singh Ms. Promila Malik Mr. Hans Raj Mr. B.R. Bansal Dr. Rajiv Bhandari Dr. R.S. Brar Dr. R.S. Brar Dr (Ms.) Kanta Singhania Dr. Sudhir Samanataray Mr. Hans Raj Dr. B.P. Yadav Ms. Anuradha Mittal Ms. Madhu Kapoor Dr. (Ms.) Kanta Singhania Dr. Sudhir Samanataray Mr. Hans Raj Dr. (Ms.) Aruna Kumari

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THE COLLEGE FACULTY


Principal
Dr Jasmer Singh Raghu

Dean
Dr Ramneek Sharma

Vice Principal
A.C. Sharma

FACULTY OF ARTS Defence & Strategic Studies 1. B.P. Yadav, M.A., L.L.B., Ph.D. 2. Vacant Economics 1. Anuradha Mittal, M.A., M.Phil. 2. Rakesh Gupta, M.A., M.Phil., L.L.B., Ph.D. 3. S.P. Sukhija, M.A., L.L.B. 4. Shah Bano Parveen, M.A., M.Phil. 5. Yogesh Kumar, M.A., M.Phil. English 1. Aparna Kaushal, M.A., (Eng. Mass Comm.) PGD (Journalism) 2. Suchita Malik, M.A., Ph.D. 3. Sangeeta Chaudhry, M.A., M.Phil. 4. Sharda Bharti M.A., M.Phil., Ph.D. 5. Gurinderjit Kaur, M.A., M.Phil. 6. Madhu Kapoor, M.A., M.Phil. 7. Geetanjali Kalra, M.A., M.Phil. 8. Kirandeep Dhillon M.A., M.Phil., B.Ed., PGDTE. 9. Jaspreet Kaur, M.A.,M.Phil. 10. Indira Sharma, M.A., M.Phil. 11. Vijaya Singh, M.A., M.Phil., Ph.D. 12. Rajesh Kumar Jaiswal, M.A. (Eng., Phil. & Ling.) 13. Anuradha Bhattacharya, M.A., Ph.D. 14. Vacant Geography 1. Manjit Kaur Brar, M.A., M.Phil. (Deputed to G.C.C.B.A -42) 2. Pavinder Kaur, M.A., M.Phil. 3. Shyamal Sarkar, M.A., Ph.D. 4. Vacant

Hindi 1. Aruna Kumari, M.A., Ph.D. 2. Poonam, M.A., Ph.D. 3. Vacant History 1. Kanta Singhania, M.A., Ph.D. 2. H.S. Dhanoa, M.A., M.Ed., Ph.D., L.L.B. 3. Asha Kiran, M.A., Ph.D. 4. W. Shaiza, M.A. 5. Benudhar Patra, M.A., M.Phil., Ph.D. 6. Mr. Inderjeet Ranga, M.A., M.Phil. Mathematics 1. Vandana Gupta, M.Sc., M.Phil. 2. B.R. Bansal, M.Sc., M.Phil. 3. Baljeet Singh, M.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.D. 4. Vacant 5. Vacant Music 1. Vacant Philosophy 1. Vacant Physical Education 1. R S Brar, M.P.Ed., PhD. 2. Sanjit Sardar, M.P.Ed., M.Phil., Ph.D. 3. Prasanta Kumar Das, M.P.Ed., M.Phil., Ph.D., NSNIS (Athletics) 4. Ajit Singh, M.P.Ed., M.Phil., Ph.D., B.Ed., PGDJMC, NSNIS (Athletics) 5. Vacant

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Political Science 1. Vinod Vijay, M.A., Ph.D. 2. Kiran Sharma, M.A., M.Phil. 3. R.P Kaushik, M.A., M.Phil., L.L.B., Ph.D. 4. Vacant 5. Vacant Psychology 1. Saroj Nagpal, M.A, M.Phil., PhD. 2. Sudhir K. Samantaray, M.A., M.Phil., Ph.D. 3. Vacant Public Administration 1. Ms. Renu Bhaskar, M.A., M.Phil. 2. Vacant Punjabi 1. Inderjit Kaur, M.A., M.Phil. 2. Kanwaljit Dhillon, M.A., M.Phil., Ph.D. 3. Prem Lata, M.A., M.Phil. 4. Manjit Kaur, M.A. (Hons.), M.Phil. 5. Paramjit Singh, M.A., M.Phil., Ph.D. 6. Vacant 7. Vacant Sanskrit 1. S.K. Rai, M.A., M.Phil., Ph.D., L.L.B., PGDMC Sociology 1. Renu Trikha, M.A., M.Phil. 2. Jitender Kumar Gond, M.A., Ph.D. 3. Rakesh Thakur, M.A., M.Phil., Ph.D. Statistics 1. A.C. Sharma, M.Sc., M.Phil. FACULTY OF SCIENCE Botany 1. Geetanjali Sharma, M.Sc. (Hons.), M.Phil. 2. Adarsh Jauhar, M.Sc. (Hons.) M.Phil. 3. Rishu Vashisht, M.Sc. (Hons.), M.Phil. Chemistry 1. Ramneek Sharma, M.Sc. (Hons. Sch.), Ph.D. 2. Seema Gandhi, M.Sc. (Hons. Sch.), M.Phil., Ph.D. 3. Anuradha Sharma, M.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.D. 4. Sukhvinder Kaur, M.Sc., M.Phil.

5. 6. 7. 8.

A.K.S. Mankotia, M.Sc. (Hons. Sch.), M.Phil., Ph.D. Achla Trehan, M.Sc. (Hons. Sch.), Ph.D. Depinder Kaur, M.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.D. Vacant

Computer Science 1. Vacant 2. Vacant Physics 1. Ranjjan Verma, M.Sc. (Hons.) 2. Mohinder Singh, M.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.D. 3. Rajiv Bhandari, M.Sc. (Hons. Sch.), Ph.D. 4. Jatinder Pal Singh, M.Sc., M.Phil. 5. Rajesh Sharma, M.Sc., Ph.D. 6. Vacant Zoology 1. Samriti Khera, M.Sc. (Hons.), M.Phil. 2. Promila Malik, M.Sc., M.Phil. 3. Jagdish Kaur, M.Sc., Ph.D. FACULTY OF COMMERCE Commerce & BBA 1. Hans Raj, M.Com.(Gold Medalist) 2. Rajal Kapoor, M.Com., M.Phil. 3. Manoj Kumar, M.Com., M.A. (Eng.) 4. Mohan Lal, M.Com., ACMA 5. Dev Raj, M.Com., M.Phil., Ph.D 6. Rajiv Salwan, M.Com., M.B.A., Ph.D (Depued to G.C.C.B.A -42) 7. Tajinder Kaur, M.Com., M.B.A. 8. Vacant 9. Vacant 10. Vacant Library 1. Renu Oberoi, M.A., M.Lib. & Info. Sc. 2. Jaspal Kaur, M.A., B.Lib. & Info. Sc. 3. Amar Nath, M.A., M.Lib., Ph.D. (Deputed to G.C.C.B.A -42) Office Staff 1. Raksha Rani, (Supdt. Estt.) 2. Praveen Sood, (Supdt. Accts.)

NOTE: i) IT, BCA, BBA, Bio-Tech (Hons) and Environmental Science have only contractual faculty. ii) All the vacant posts are filled by contractual faculty / guest faculty / resource persons.

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ADMISSION SCHEDULE : 2012-13


Chief Co-ordinator - Dr. Ramneek Sharma

Humanities Group
Co-ordinator : Mrs. Pavinder Kaur Time: 9.00 am onwards

Class B.A. I - UT 60% & Above 55% & Above 50% & Above B.A. I - Outside UT 60% & Above 55% & Above 50% & Above Reserve Categories- U.T. & other than U.T. Functional English B.A.II B.A.III M.A.I(Eng.) M.A.II (Eng) M.A.I (History) M.A.II (History) M.A.I (Punjabi) M.A.II (Punjabi)

Date 09.07.2012 10.07.2012 to 12.07.2012 13.07.2012 to 14.07.2012 09.07.2012 10.07.2012 to 12.07.2012 13.07.2012 to 14.07.2012 09.07.2012 to 14.07.2012 09.07.2012 to 14.07.2012 16.07.2012 to 18.07.2012 19.07.2012 to 21.07.2012 09.07.2012 14.07.2012 10.07.2012 14.07.2012 10.07.2012 14.07.2012

Venue College Hall College Hall College Hall Room No. 33 Room No. 33 Room No. 33 Room No. 02 College Hall Room No. 32 Room No. 11 Room No. 132 Room No. 132 Room No. 146 Room No. 146 Room No. 129 Room No. 129

Certificate Course in Office Management (For Girls Only) Co-ordinator : Dr. (Ms.) Kanta Singhania Time: 9.00 am onwards

Course Office Management (For Girls only)

Date 16.07.2012

Venue Room No. 146

On the Spot Admission does not apply to candidates who seek Hostel Admission also. They have to apply in advance on or before 30.06.2012 upto 2:00 pm

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Information Technology (IT) Group


Co-ordinator : Mr. B.R. Bansal Time: 9.00 am onwards

Class B.C.A-I

Date Centralized Admission as per schedule given by P.G. Govt. College Sector-46, Chandigarh 12.07.2012 to 14.07.2012 16.07.2012 to 18.07.2012 09.07.2012 to 11.07.2012 12.07.2012 to 14.07.2012 16.07.2012 to 19.07.2012 09.07.2012 14.07.2012 09.07.2012 to 21.07.2012 09.07.2012 to 21.07.2012

Venue P.G. Govt. College Sector-46, Chandigarh I.T. Department I.T. Department Room No. 13 Room No. 13 Room No. 13 I.T. Department I.T. Department Room No. 205 Main Hostel

B.C.A-II B.C.A-III B.Sc.-I (Computer Science) B.Sc.-II (Computer Science) B.Sc.-III (Computer Science) M.Sc. I (I.T.) M.Sc.-II (I.T.) Foreign Students all classes Hostel Admissions (On Merit Basis )

Science Group
Co-ordinator : Mr. Ranjjan Verma Time: 9.00 am onwards

Class B.Sc. I (Med.) B.Sc.-I (Biotechnology, Microbiology & Bioinformatics Elective) B.Sc.-II (Med.) B.Sc.-II (Biotechnology, Microbiology & Bioinformatics Elective) B.Sc.-III (Med) B.Sc.-III (Biotechnology, Microbiology & Bioinformatics Elective) B.Sc.-I (N.Med.) B.Sc.-II (N.Med.) B.Sc.-III (N.Med.) B.Sc.-I (Hons.) Biotechnology B.Sc.-II (Hons.) Biotechnology B.Sc.III (Hons.) Biotechnology M.Sc.-I (Chemistry) M.Sc.-II (Chemistry)

Date 09.07.2012 to 14.07.2012 09.07.2012 to 14.07.2012

Venue Room No. 104 Room No. 104

16.07.2012 to 18.07.2012 16.07.2012 to 18.07.2012

Room No. 104 Room No. 104

19.07.2012 to 21.07.2012 19.07.2012 to 21.07.2012

Room No. 104 Room No. 104

09.07.2012 to 14.07.2012 16.07.2012 to 18.07.2012 19.07.2012 to 21.07.2012 09.07.2012 12.07.2012 13.07.2012 09.07.2012 14.07.2012

Room No. 20 Room No. 20 Room No. 20 Room No. 102 Room No. 102 Room No. 102 Room No. 124 Room No. 124

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Commerce Group
Co-ordinator : Mr. Hans Raj Time: 9.00 am onwards

Class B.Com-I - All Categories

Date

Venue

Online Centralized Admission as P.U. Chandigarh per Panjab University Schedule 12.07.2012 to 14.07.2012 16.07.2012 to 18.07.2012 Centralized Admission as per schedule given by Govt. College for Commerce & Business Administration, Sector-42, Chandigarh Room No. 133 Room No. 133 Govt. College for Commerce & Business Administration Sector-42, Chandigarh Room No. 135 Room No. 135

B.Com.-II B.Com.-III B.B.A.-I

B.B.A.-II B.B.A.-III

12.07.2012 to 14.07.2012 16.07.2012 to 18.07.2012

Physical Education Teacher Education And Learning


Co-ordinator : Dr. R.S. Brar Last date of submission of forms- B.P.Ed. (First Year)-13.07.2012 Last date of submission of forms- M.P.Ed. (First Year)-30.06.2012

Class B.P.Ed (I) (Physical Fitness Test) (Admission) B.P.Ed (II) B.P.Ed (III) B.P.Ed (IV) M.P.Ed (I) Entrance (objective) Test (Physical Fitness Test) (Admission) M.P.Ed. (II)

Date 16.07.2012 at 7.30 a.m. 17.07.2012 at 10.00 a.m. 11.07.2012 12.07.2012 13.07.2012 14.07.2012 at 10.00 a.m. 16.07.2012 at 7.30 a.m. 17.07.2012 at 10.00 a.m. 19.07.2012 at 10.00 a.m.

Venue College Ground Room No. 18 Room No. 18 Room No. 18 Room No. 18 Room No. 18 College Ground Room No. 18 Room No. 18

Subjectwise Seats Available


Sociology: 250, Defence Studies: 80, Economics: 200, History: 450, Political Science: 450, Sanskrit: 60, Statistics: 60, Public Administration: 260, Philosophy: 60, Functional English: 30, Physical Education: 160, Hindi: 200, Geography: 150, Punjabi Elective: 160, English Elective: 80

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ELECTIVE SUBJECTS FOR BA I


For compulsory subjects kindly see detail of undergraduate courses in different colleges on page 7. A student is required to take up three elective subjects in all, selecting one subject combination from any of the following sets of combinations. Subject Combination Groups 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. Defence Studies, Geography, Punjabi (E) Defence Studies, History, Functional English Defence Studies, History, Hindi (E) Defence Studies, History, Sanskrit Defence Studies, Pol Science, English (E) Defence Studies, Pol Science, Functional Eng. Defence Studies, Pol Science, Hindi (E) Defence Studies, Pol Science, History Defence Studies, Pol Science, Punjabi (E) Defence Studies, Public Adm., Fn. English Defence Studies, Sanskrit, Hindi (E) Economics, History, Sanskrit Economics, Maths, Sanskrit Economics, Pol Science, Psychology Economics, Pol Science, Sanskrit Economics, Psychology, Hindi (E) Economics, Psychology, Punjabi (E) Economics, Public Adm., Functional English Economics, Public Administration, English (E) Economics, Sanskrit, Hindi (E) Economics, Sanskrit, Music (V) Economics, Sociology, Sanskrit History, Functional English, Hindi (E) History, Geography, Functional English History, Music(V), Punjabi (E) History, Music(V), Sanskrit History, Philosophy, English (E) History, Philosophy, Hindi (E) History, Philosophy, Punjabi (E) History, Philosophy, Sanskrit History, Physical Education, Hindi (E) History, Pol Science, Functional English History, Psychology, Functional English History, Psychology, Hindi (E) History, Psychology, Punjabi (E) History, Public Administration, Functional English History, Public Administration, Psychology 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50. 51. 52. 53. 54. 55. 56. 57. 58. 59. 60. 61. 62. 63. 64. 65. 66. 67. 68. 69. 70. 71. 72. 73. 74 75. 76. 77. 78. 79. 80. 81. History, Sanskrit, Hindi (E) History, Sociology, Sanskrit Maths, Sanskrit, Statistics Maths, Sociology, Sanskrit Maths, Statistics, English (E) Philosophy, Music(V), Sanskrit Philosophy, Pol Science, Punjabi (E) Philosophy, Pol Science, Sanskrit Philosophy, Pol. Science, Hindi (E) Philosophy, Political Science, English (E) Philosophy, Sanskrit, Hindi (E) Pol Science, Geography, Functional English Pol Science, Music(V), Punjabi (E) Pol Science, Psychology, Functional English Pol Science, Psychology, Punjabi (E) Pol. Science, Music (V), Hindi (E) Pol. Science, Psychology, Hindi (E) Pol. Science, Sanskrit, Hindi (E) Public Adm., Psychology, Punjabi (E) Public Administration, Psychology, Hindi (E) Public Administration, Sanskrit, Hindi (E) Public Adm., Geography, Functional English Public Adm., Pol Science, Functional English Public Administration, Pol Science, Sanskrit Public Adm., Psychology, Functional English Public Administration, Sanskrit, Music(V) Public Administration, Pol Science, History Public Adm., Pol Science, Physical Education Public Adm., History, Physical Education Sociology, Philosophy, English (E) Sociology, Philosophy, Sanskrit Sociology, Pol Science, Sanskrit Sociology, Public Administration, Sanskrit Sociology, Sanskrit, Hindi (E) Defence Studies, History, Geography Defence Studies, History, Sociology Economics, History, Geography Economics, Political Science, Geography Economics, History, Political Science Economics, History, Sociology Economics, Maths, Statistics Economics, Political Science, Sociology Economics, Psychology, Sociology History, Geography, Political Science

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82. 83. 84. 85. 86. 87. 88. 89. 90. 91. 92. 93. 94. 95. 96. 97. 98. 99.

Geography, Political Science, Public Adm. History, Geography, Public Administration History, Political Science, Sociology History, Political Science, Public Adm. History, Public Administration, Sociology Philosophy, Pol Science, Sociology Pol Science, Psychology, Public Administration Pol Science, Psychology, Sociology Pol Science, Public Administration, Sociology Psychology, Public Administration, Sociology Functional English, Psychology, Sociology History, Pol Science, Sanskrit Phy. Education, Public Administration, Hindi (E) Phy. Education, Pol Science, Punjabi (E) History, Political Science, English (E) Economics, Psychology, English (E) Economics, Pol. Science, Hindi (E) Pol. Science, Psychology, English (E)

129. Economics, Political Science, English (E) 130. History, Public Administration, Hindi (E) 131. Defence Studies, Geography, Hindi (E) 132. History, Geography, Punjabi (E) 133. Economics, History, Punjabi (E) 134. Philosophy, Sociology, Punjabi (E) 135. Music (V), Public Administration, Hindi (E) 136. Public Administration, Sociology, Punjabi (E) 137. Economics, History, English (E) 138. Economics, Sociology, Punjabi (E) 139. Psychology, Sociology, Punjabi (E) 140. History, Public Administration, Sanskrit 141. History, Music (V), English (E) 142. Music (V), Public Administration, English (E) 143. Philosophy, Sociology, Hindi (E) 144. Public Administration, Sociology, English (E) 145. Psychology, Sociology, English (E) 146 Phy. Education, Public Adm., Punjabi (E) 147. History, Philosophy, Sociology 148. History, Philosophy, Geography 149. Defence Studies, Sociology, Philosophy 150. Pol Science, Sanskrit, Music(V) 151. Economics, Public Administration, Sanskrit 152. Maths, Public Administration, Sanskrit 153. Maths, Statistics, Punjabi (E) 154. Economics, Psychology, Functional English 155. Maths, Public Administration, Statistics 156. Economics, Music (V), English (E) 157. Economics, Music(V), Punjabi (E) 158. Economics, Music (V), Hindi (E) 159. History, Pol Science, Physical Education 160. Phy. Education, Sociology, Hindi (E) 161. History, Pol Science, Psychology 162. Economics, Physical Education, Sociology 163. Music, Public Administration, English (E) 164. Geography, Public Administration, Sociology 165. History, Psychology, Music 166. History, Public Administration, Sociology 167. Physical Education, Pol Science, Punjabi (E) 168. Physical Education, Sociology, Punjabi (E) 169. Physical Education, Philosophy, Pol Science 170. Pol Science, Public Administration, Punjabi (E) Please refer to Details Various Colleges / prospectus for course conditions, admission important information. of Courses Offered at RIE section of the description, eligibility rules or any other

100. History, Sociology, Punjabi (E) 101. Economics, Pol Science, Punjabi (E) 102. History, Public Administration, Punjabi (E) 103. Pol Science, Sociology, Punjabi (E) 104. History, Pol. Science, Hindi (E) 105. Defence Studies, Geography, English (E) 106. Political Science, Sociology, English (E) 107. Economics, Maths, Punjabi (E) 108. History, Pol Science, Punjabi (E) 109. Pol. Science, Sociology, Hindi (E) 110. History, Sociology, Hindi (E) 111. Economics, History, Hindi (E) 112. Economics, Sociology, Hindi (E) 113. Economics, Maths, Hindi (E) 114. Public Administration, Sociology, Hindi (E) 115. Political Science, Public Adm., English (E) 116. Defence Studies, History, Punjabi (E) 117. History, Geography, English (E) 118. History, Public Administration, English (E) 119. History, Sociology, English (E) 120. Pol. Science, Public Administration, Hindi (E) 121. Music(V), Public Administration, Punjabi (E) 122. History, Geography, Hindi (E) 123. History, Music (V), Hindi (E) 124. Defence Studies, History, English (E) 125. Psychology, Sociology, Hindi (E) 126. Economics, Maths, English (E) 127. Physical Education, Public Adm., English (E) 128. Economics, Sociology, English (E)

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HOSTEL ADMISSION RULES & GUIDELINES


There are three hostels in this college (Main Hostel, New Hostel at College Campus and General Hostel in Sector 15-B) where the Students are offered the residential accommodation in the best possible living environment. Hostel accommodation to a limited number of girl students is provided on institutional sharing basis in Government Home Science College Sector-10, Government Polytechnic College Girls Hostel, Sector-24. ON THE SPOT ADMISSION DOES NOT APPLY TO CANDIDATES WHO SEEK HOSTEL ADMISSION ALSO. Compulsory on the day of admission. 6. Parents to note that admission formalities / process may take more than one day. So they are required to make their own arrangements of stay accordingly. In case the candidate does not pay his / her fee on the same day, his / her will loose the claim to the hostel seat. The students seeking hostel admission are required to submit an affidavit from their parents authorizing the local guardians to perform all responsibilities after the admission on their behalf regarding hostel rules and regulations. They are required to bring a family photograph and also four passport size photographs at the time of admission. Girl students recommended for the hostel accommodation will be governed by the hostel rules and hostel fee structure of the above mentioned respective college in which they are allotted hostel seats.

7.

8.

The Candidates have to apply in advance as per the instructions given below. 1. Candidates will submit duly filled in College Admission Form to the College Office on or before 30-06-2012. Admission forms for the hostel applicants will not be accepted, if received later than 30-06-2012. Incomplete forms will not be entertained. The hostel seats are limited therefore admission to the college does not ensure the right of the candidates to the hostel seat. Physical presence of the candidate is

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3. 4.

Note: Details of the hostel rules are mentioned in the Handbook of Hostel Rules available from the college office.

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POSTGRADUATE GOVERNMENT COLLEGE FOR GIRLS


Sector 11, Chandigarh

Dear Students Welcome to PGGCG-11, one of the premier institutions of the city beautiful. For the past 56 years, we have been strengthening the society by ushering enabled and empowered women force into it. We at PGGCG-11 don't just offer degree courses but also an all round, holistic development of the individuals. With the campus area spread across 40 acres, we offer conducive atmosphere to the students to pursue academic, sports as well as performing arts skills. We have spacious, well ventilated class rooms, many of these are being upgraded into smart class rooms. We have well equipped science as well as computer and language laboratories, a well-equipped gymnasium in the sports department, a fully computerized air-conditioned library with over 89000 books and online INFLIBNET facility to access books and e-journals, giving an extra edge to our students. At PGGCG-11, we believe in taking traditions with modernity, so along with NCC and NSS we have many clubs and societies which will help our students to become pro-active and progressive citizens of the society. For the residential students, we offer three hostels well-equipped with all modern amenities to provide a safe yet comfortable alternate space for home. There are extensive sports grounds, a herbal garden, facilities of Bank Extension Counter, Stationery shop, Canteen, Nescafe and Juice bars, Beauty salon and Boutique to fulfill all the needs. With the back force of 170 well qualified dedicated faculty members, we are committed to making your college experience a productive and memorable one. It will be our endeavour to groom you into responsible and progressive citizens of the society. With all good wishes,

Achila Dogra Principal

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ACTIVITIES AT A GLANCE
PGGCG-11 offers host of co-curricular activities for the development of multifaceted personality of students to enable them to meet the challenges of their life confidently. Office Management is jointly offered by PGGCG-11 under the Chandigarh A d m i n i s t ra t i o n i n i t i a t i v e f o r w o m e n empowerment.

Career Youth Club


The Club conducts Career Preference Surveys annually and on the basis of its findings the Career Guidance and Placement Cell organizes different activities.

Counselling Cell
The services of an easily accessible counselling cell are available to students seeking solutions to psychological and personal problems. The idea is to achieve academic excellence and develop an integrated personality, during their stay on the campus.

Career Guidance
The Career Guidance Cell works under Career counselling advisors to assess interest of students personality, values and skills, helping them to explore career options. The counselling helps in Career Placement, Career Planning, Learning Strategies and overall development of the students.

Alumni Association
The Association cements the strong bond, which exists between the College and the exstudents. The annual Alumni Meet provides a platform for the old students to keep in touch with their alma mater. Many of our alumni are highly placed in India and abroad.

Placement Cell
The cell is active throughout the year and organizes seminars, workshops, mock interviews, and group discussions. Experts from professional institutions and companies are invited to address various queries of the students. It arranges campus placements in various major multinational companies, which appoint hundreds of students of the college, every year.

Sports
The sports department of the College excels in churning out talented sports persons who have won accolades at the Inter-college, Intervarsity and National Level tournaments. The well-equipped multi-specialty Gymnasium in the College, facilitates in training sports persons using the latest equipment. The following games are open to students: (1) Badminton (14) Gymnastics (2) Table Tennis (15) Football (3) Volleyball (16) Kabaddi (4) Basketball (17) Cross Country Race (5) Soft ball (18) Cycling (6) Cricket (19) Walking/Marathon (7) Swimming (20) Rowing (8) Kho-Kho (21) Weight-lifting (9) Lawn Tennis (22) Net ball

Soft Skills Development Programme


Keeping in mind the fast changing job requirements and high degree of professionalism in today's technological scenario, a three-month certificate course in

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(10) Athletics (11) Judo (12) Yoga (13) Handball

(23) Archery (24) Chess (25) Golf

Literary and Debating Society This society is responsible for talent hunt for various creative skills of the students and making them participate in the various activities at college and national level.

Apart from the eight societies mentioned in the admission form, the college has four more additional societies to groom the students for their future. These are:

N.S.S.
The National Service Scheme motto 'Not Me But You' signifies sacrificing the self before general welfare. Social work, in and around Chandigarh is undertaken on a large scale, wherein students address social issues like female foeticide, adult education, AIDS awareness, environment etc. We are proud to claim that our institution has three wings of NSS where the volunteers are doing a commendable job.

Environment Awareness Society PRAKRITI The College is pro-active in being a forerunner in eco-friendly projects like vermiculture, solarstreet lighting system, tertiary water utilisation, tree-plantation-drives, plantation and maintenance of medicinal plants and rainwater harvesting.

N.C.C.
Epiphany Society This is an open forum for all the students to explore and exhibit their creative skills in the form of short stories, poetry or any form of non fictional writings in English. It aims at enhancing their skills with their occasional interactions with budding writers also. The College has two wings of National Cadet Corps (Army Wing and Air Wing). Students are prepared for 'B' and 'C' Certificate examinations so that they may avail themselves of reserved seats in the I.M.A. meant for NCC 'C' certificate holders. As per NCC rules, a cadet is required to attend an annual training camp.

Blood Donation Society Blood Donation society of the college strives to inculcate the sense of community welfare by organising camps and lectures from time to time.

Let us never be betrayed into saying we have finished our education; because that would mean we had stopped growing. ~ Julia H. Gulliver

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WHOM TO CONTACT
Class/Category/Helpline Over-all Coordinator Coordinator(Arts) Dr. Anita Kaushal Dr. Binu Dogra Dr. Nirupama Luthra Ms. Vandana Sehgal Coordinator(Science) Coordinator (Commerce) Coordinator (B.C.A.) Coordinator (Hostel Admissions) Ms Inderveena Sharma Dr. Nisha Aggarwal Dr. Pardeep Singh Walia Ms. Sangam Kapoor Convener B.A.-I(General) Ms. Neena Dhillon Dr. Indu Kalia B.A.-I(All reserve categories) B.A.-I(Hostel) B.A.-I(Sports ) B.A.-I(Foreign Students) B.A.-I(Functional English) B.A.-II B.A.-III B. Sc. I, II & III (Computer Science) B. Sc. I (Non Medical) B. Sc. I (Medical) B. Sc. II (Medical &Non Medical) B.Sc. III (Medical &Non Medical) B.Com.I,II & III B.C.A. (I, II & III) & PGDCA M.A.I/II (Music Instrumental) M.A.I/II (Music Vocal) M.A.I/II (Dance) M.A.I/II (English) M.A.I/II (Sociology) M.A.I/II (Public Administration) M.A.I/II (Economics) M.Sc. I & II (Botany) M. Sc. I & II (Chemistry) M.Sc. I & II (Zoology) Add-on Courses Ms. Jind Kaur Ms. Sangam Kapoor Ms. Suman Malhan Dr. Anita Kaushal Ms. Neel Kamal Puri Dr. Neena Goel Ms. Geeta Sharma Mr. Anil Kumar Ms. Rama Arora Dr. Maninder Kaur Ms. Shashi Kiran Ms. Sudha Vashisht Dr. Nisha Aggarwal Dr. Pardeep Singh Walia Dr. Binu Dogra Ms. Ratnika Tiwari Dr. Binu Dogra Ms .Neel Kamal Puri Dr. Nirupama Luthra Dr. Indu Kalia Ms. Kusum lata Garg Dr. Vishal Sharma Ms. Shashi Kiran Ms. Sudha Vashisht Ms. Shashi Joshi Room No. 17 Room No. 15 Sports Centre Room No.44 Functional Eng. Deptt. Room No. 19 Room No. 17 Room No. 124 Room No. 126 Room No. 128 Room No. 126 Room No. 128 Commerce Deptt. BCA Dept. Music Deptt. Music Deptt. Dance Deptt. English Deptt. Sociology Deptt. Public Admn. Deptt. Economics Deptt. Botany Deptt. Chemistry Deptt. Zoology Deptt. Public Admn. Deptt. Staff Room/MathsDeptt. Room No. 14 Botany Deptt. Commerce Deptt. BCA Deptt. Room No. 15 Venue Room No. 44 Placement Cell

Time Table, Allotment of Sections & Tutorials Ms. Arun Lekha & Ms .Gurpreet Kaur Scholarship/Fee Concession Anti Ragging Cell
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THE COLLEGE FACULTY


Principal
Achila Dogra

Dean
Dr Anita Kaushal

Vice Principal
Dr Binu Dogra

FACULTY OF ARTS Dance 1. Vacant 2. Vacant 3. Vacant Economics 1. Kusum Lata Garg,M.A., M.Phil. 2. Vandana Sehgal,M.A., M.Phil. 3. Gurpreet Kaur,M.A., M.Phil . 4. Shashi Kant,M.A., M.Phil. 5. Vinita Rao,M.A., M.Phil. 6. Meena Kumari,M.A., M.Phil. 7. S.Parkasam,M.A.,M.Ed.,B.Lib.,M.Phil.,LLB., Ph.D.,FDP IIM(I), PGDHRM 8. Vacant English 1. Neel Kamal Puri, M.A., M.Phil. 2. Anita Kaushal, M.A., Ph.D. 3. Iqbal Judge, M.A.,M.Phil., M.Ed., Ph.D., PGDMC. 4. Mridula Joshi, M.A., M.Phil. 5. Arvinder Kaur, M.A.(Eng, Mass Comm.), M.Phil., PGDMC, 6. Neeraj Aggarwal, M.A., M.Phil. 7. Tara Mittal, M.A., M.Phil. 8. Gurinder Kaur, M.A., M.Phil., PGDIT, PGDMC 9. Sandip Sarang, M.A.,M.Phil., Ph.D. 10. Tanuja Pathak, M.A., M.Phil.

11. Neeraja Malik, M.A., M.Phil. Ph.D. 12. Sumati, M.A., Ph.D. 13. Jaspreet Wasu, M.A, B.Ed, 14. Vacant 15. Vacant 16. Vacant 17. Vacant 18. Vacant Fine Arts 1. Guneeta Chadha,M.A.,B.Ed. 2. O.P Parameswaran,M.F.A.,Ph.D. French 1. Neena Dhillon,M.A. 2. Vacant Geography 1. Prem Lata Rathee,M.Sc., M.Phil. 2. Jind Kaur, M.A., M.Phil. 3. Harpreet Kaur,M.A., M.Phil. 4. Vacant Hindi 1. Anita Khosla,M.A., M.Phil, Ph.D. 2. Madhu Gosain,M.A., M.Phil., Ph.D. 3. Bharti Gupta,M.Ed., Ph.D.,Dip in Trans. 4. Vacant

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History 1. Neena Goyal,M.A., Ph.D. 2. Jyoti Verma,M.A., M.Phil. 3. Prakash Chandra Badwaya,M.A., M.Phil., Ph.D. 4. Sheena Krishnan,M.A., B.Ed.,Ph.D 5. Vacant 6. Vacant

Political Science 1. Madhu Bala,M.A. ,M.Phil., Ph.D. 2. Jatinder Kaur,M.A., M.Phil. 3. Suman Gupta ,M.A., M.Phil. 4. Vacant 5. Vacant Psychology

Home Science 1. Pratibha Gupta,M.Sc. 2. Babita Verma,M.Sc. 3. Gopika Bhardwaj,M.Sc. 4. M.Dhrakshayani, M. Sc., Ph.D. Mathematics 1. Harjeet Kaur,MA,M.Phil. 2. Bhupinder Kaur, M. Sc., M.Phil. 3. Arun Lekha,M.Sc (Hons),M.Phil. 4. Vacant 5. Vacant Music (Inst) 1. Binu Dogra, M.A., Ph.D. 2. Amita Sharma,M.A., M.Phil., Ph.D. 3. Shruti Hora,M.A., Ph.D. 4. Vacant 5. Vacant

1. Geeta Sharma,M.A., M.Ed., PGDGC. 2. Simrat Rana, M.A., M.Phil., PGDGC. 3. Kuldip Kaur,M.A., M.Phil., Ph.D. 4. Renu Somal, M.A., Ph.D. 5. Neelam Rathee, M.A.,Ph.D.,DS,PGDGC
(on deputation)

6. Natashinder Shergill,M.A., Ph.D., PGDCA 7. Suresh Kumar, M.A.,M.Phil. 8. Vacant Public Administration 1. Indu Kalia,M.A., M.Phil.,Ph.D. 2. Shashi Joshi, M.A., M.Phil. 3. Pundrik Ojha,M.A., Ph.D. 4. Ajay Kumar Sharma, M.A., M.Phil. 5. Chander Mohan,M.A., Ph.D. 6. S.K Singh,M.A. 7. Cheena Gambhir, M.A., M.Phil., Ph.D. Punjabi

Music (Vocal) 1. Ratnika Tiwari, M.A(I), M.A (V)(Hons.) 2. Harvinder Singh, M.A., Ph.D. 3. Kulwinder Kaur, M.A. 4. Rajinder Kaur, M.A., Ph.D. 5. Murli Dhar, M.A. M.Phil. 6. Vandana Tiwari,M.A., Ph.D. Philosophy 1. Vacant Physical Education 1. Suman Malhan,M.A. 2. Rajesh Kumar Dahiya, M.A., Ph.D. 3. Anu Sharma, M.P Ed., Ph.D.

1. Jamit Kaur,M.A., M.Phil. 2. Dilbag Singh,M.A., M.Phil. 3. Jasbir Singh,M.A., M.Phil. 4. Devinderjit Kaur,M.A (Pbi,Sociology), M.Phil., 5. Krishna Rani,M.A. ,M.Phil. 6. Devinder Kaur, M.A (Hons.), M.Phil, B.Ed. 7. Gursharan Singh,M.A.(Pbi, Religious Studies), B.Ed., Ph.D. Sanskrit 1. Karun Lekha, M.A.,M.Phil., Ph.D. 2. Vacant Sociology 1. Nirupama Luthra,M.A., M.Phil., Ph.D. 2. Monika Vij,M.A., M.Phil. 3. Manoj Kumar, M.A., PGDHR, Ph.D. 4. Sukhwant Singh Sidhu,M.A. 5. Vacant

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FACULTY OF COMMERCE Commerce 1. Rosy Joshi, M.Com., Ph.D. (On Deputation) 2. Nisha Aggarwal, M.Com. (Hons.), Ph.D., PGDCA 3. Sangam Kapoor, M.Com. (Hons.) 4. Meenu Verma, M.Com. (Hons.) 5. Pardeep Singh Walia,M.Com., MBA (IT), Ph.D. 6. Geeta Sukhija, M.Com., Diploma in Statistics. 7. Kamlesh Khosla, M.Com., M.A. (Eco.), Ph.D., PGD in P.M.I.R. and in Journalism and Mass Comm. 8. Naveen Pandhi, M.Com. 9. Vacant 10. Vacant

Physics 1. Rama Arora,M.Sc., M.Phil. 2. Anju Sharma,M.Sc(Hons.), M.Phil. 3. Anil Kumar,M.Sc., M.Phil. 4. Sarvpreet Kaur,M.Sc., Ph.D. 5. Vacant 6. Vacant 7. Vacant Zoology 1. Sudha Vashist,M.Sc.(Hons.), M.Phil. 2. Madhurima Sharma, M.Sc. (Hons.),Ph.D. 3. Simmi Sharma,M.Sc. (Hons.), M.Phil. 4. Mridula Thakur,M.Sc. (Hons.), Ph.D. 5. Umesh Bharti, M.Sc., M.Phil., M.Ed.

FACULTY OF SCIENCE Botany 1. Inderveena Sharma,M.Sc. 2. Maninder Kaur,M.Sc.,M.Phil., Ph.D. 3. Vishal Sharma,M.Sc.,Ph.D. 4. Madhumita,M.Sc., Ph.D. 5. Anurita Sharma, M.Sc(Hons),M.Phil., Ph.D. 6. Harsh Manchanda,M.Sc.,M.Phil., Ph.D. Computer Science 1. Vacant 2. Vacant

6. Vacant Library Staff 1. Narinder Kaur, M.A.,M.Lib.Sc. 2. Rupinder Bedi, B.Lib.Sc., M.Phil. 3. Jai Bharti., M.Lib.Sc. Hostel Superintendents 1. Akwinder Kaur, M.A., M.Ed. 2. Manorma Sharma, M.A.,B.Ed.,M.Phil. 3. Geeta Nayyar, M.Sc., B.Ed., M.Phil. Office Superintendents

Chemistry 1. Shashi Kiran,M.Sc.,M.Phil. 2. Parminder Kaur Walia,M.Sc.,M.Phil., Ph.D. 3. Sangeeta Mehtani, M.Sc(Hons.),M.Phil., Ph.D. 4. Sadhana Verma,M.Sc(Hons.), M.Phil., Ph.D. 5. Shashi Bala,M.Sc., B.Ed. 6. Gurjeet Kaur,M.Sc., M.Phil. 7. Veneeta Anand, M.Sc.,B.Ed.,M.Phil. 8. Sangita Nohria,M.Sc. (Hons),M.Phil., Ph.D. 9. Rajinder Kaur,M.Sc.(Hons),M.Phil., Ph.D. 10. Vacant

1. Harbhajan Singh, Supdt. (Estt.) 2. Maya Devi, Supdt. (A/cs).

All the vacant posts are filled by contractual faculty / guest faculty / resource persons.

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ADMISSION SCHEDULE
Time of Admission & Fee Deposit 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
1. 2. The Admission forms for Hostel seats in all streams are to be submitted by 30.06.2012 in the College Office. Admission forms for BSc I (Computer Science), PGDCA, MA I - Dance, Economics, English, Music (I), Music (V), Pub. Admn., Sociology, Psychology and MSc I Botany, Chemistry, Zoology are to be submitted by 30.06.2012 in the College Office. Merit list of all the courses will be displayed on 06.07.2012 by 12:00 noon and discrepancies are to be notified before 11:00 a.m. on 07.07.2012.

3.

Class B.A.I (On the spot admission)

Percentage 60% & above i) Gen. Category ii) All Reserved Categories

Date

Venue

09.07.12 09.07.12 09.07.12 09.07.12

Room No. 14 Room No. 17 Room No. 15 Room No. 124

Hostel admissions BSc I (Computer Sc.)

As per Merit list already displayed General Category & all Reserved Categories (As per Merit list already displayed)

Hostel Admission BSc I (Non-Med) (On the spot admission) Hostel Admission

As per Merit list already displayed 60% & above General Category & all Reserved Categories As per Merit list already displayed Below 60% (depending upon the availability of seats)

09.07.12

Room No. 124

09.07.12 09.07.12 10.07.12

Room No. 126 Room No. 126 Room No. 126

B.Sc.I Medical (On the spot admission) Hostel Admission B.Com I B.C.A. I B. Com II

50% & above General Category & all Reserved Categories As per Merit list already displayed Centralized Admission Centralized Admission Old students New Admission* 09.07.12 Room No. 128 09.07.12 Room No. 128

As per PU Schedule, Chandigarh PGGC Sector - 46, Chandigarh 13.07.12 14.07.12 13.07.12 14.07.12 Commerce Dept. Commerce Dept. Room No. 19 Room No. 19

BA II

Old students New Admission*

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BSc II (Computer Sc.)

Old students New Admission*

13.07.12 14.07.12 13.07.12 14.07.12 13.07.12 14.07.12 13.07.12 14.07.12 16.07.12 17.07.12 16.07.12 17.07.12 16.07.12 17.07.12 16.07.12 17.07.12 16.07.12 17.07.12 16.07.12 17.07.12 12.07.12

Room No. 124 Room No. 124 Room No. 126 Room No. 126 Room No. 128 Room No. 128 BCA Dept. (New Block) Commerce Dept. Commerce Dept. Room No. 17 Room No. 17 Room No. 124 Room No. 124 Room No. 126 Room No. 126 Room No. 128 Room No. 128 BCA Dept. (New Block) BCA Dept.

BSc II (Non-Med)

Old students New Admission*

BSc II (Med)

Old students New Admission*

BCA II

Old students New Admission*

B Com III

Old students New Admission*

BA III

Old students New Admission*

BSc III (Computer Sc.)

Old students New Admission*

BSc III (Non-Med)

Old students New Admission*

BSc III (Med)

Old students New Admission*

BCA III

Old students New Admission*

PGDCA

General Category & all Reserved Categories (As per Merit list already displayed)

MA I Music Vocal MA I Instrumental MA I Dance MA I Economics MA I English MA I Pub. Admn. MA I Sociology MA I Psychology** M Sc. I Botany

As per Merit As per Merit As per Merit As per Merit As per Merit As per Merit As per Merit As per Merit As per Merit

12.07.12 12.07.12 12.07.12 12.07.12 12.07.12 12.07.12 12.07.12 12.07.12 09.07.12

Music Dept. Music Dept. Dance Dept. Economics Dept. English Dept. Pub Admn Dept. Sociology Dept. Psychology Dept. Botany Dept.

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M Sc I Chemistry M Sc. I Zoology MA II Music Vocal

As per Merit As per Merit Old Students New Students*

09.07.12 09.07.12

Chemistry Dept. Zoology Dept. Music Dept.

MA II Instrumental

Old Students New Students*

Music Dept.

MA II Dance

Old Students New Students* 18.07.12

Dance Dept.

MA II Economics

Old Students New Students*

OR If the result is declared after 18.07.12 then within 3 days after declaration of results of MA I / MSc I

Economics Dept

MA II Pub. Admn.

Old Students New Students*

Pub Admn. Dept.

MA II Sociology

Old Students New Students*

Sociology Dept.

MA II English

Old Students New Students*

M Sc. II Botany

Old Students New Students*

Botany Dept.

M Sc II Chemistry

Old Students New Students*

Chemistry Dept.

M Sc. II Zoology

Old Students New Students*

Zoology Dept.

Add-on Courses

As per merit

(Check college notice board after admissions are over)

* Last date for submission of forms for New Admission in II & III year is 30th June, 2012 *Subject to availability of seats for New Admission in II & III. ** Subject to approval of Panjab University.

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ELECTIVE SUBJECTS FOR BA I


For compulsory subjects kindly see detail of undergraduate courses in different colleges on page 7. A student is required to take up three elective subjects in all, selecting one subject combination from any of the following sets of combinations. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. Subject Combination Groups 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. Elective English, Economics, History Elective English, Economics, Mathematics Elective English, Economics, Music Inst. Elective English, Economics, Funct. English Elective English, Economics, Geography Elective English, Economics, Public Admn. Elective English, Economics, Pol Sc. Elective English, Economics, Dance Elective English, Economics, Philosophy Elective English, Economics, Psychology Elective English, Economics, Music Vocal Elective English, Economics, Sociology Elective Hindi, Economics, History Elective Hindi, Economics, Mathematics Elective Hindi, Economics, Music Inst. Elective Hindi, Economics, Geography Elective Hindi, Economics, Sociology Elective Hindi, Economics, Public Admn. Elective Hindi, Economics, Pol Sc. Elective Hindi, Economics, Dance Elective Hindi, Economics, Sanskrit Elective Hindi, Economics, Philosophy Elective Hindi, Economics, Psychology Elective Hindi, Economics, Music Vocal Elective Punjabi, Economics, History Elective Punjabi, Economics, Mathematics Elective Punjabi, Economics, Music Inst. Elective Punjabi, Economics, Geography Elective Punjabi, Economics, Sociology 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50. 51. 52. 53. 54. 55. 56. 57. 58. 59. 60. 61. 62. 63. 64. Elective Punjabi, Economics, Public Admn. Elective Punjabi, Economics, Pol Sc. Elective Punjabi, Economics, Dance Elective Punjabi, Economics, Philosophy Elective Punjabi, Economics, Psychology Elective Punjabi, Economics, Music Vocal Elective Punjabi,Sociology, Mathematics Elective French, Economics, Mathematics Elective French, Economics, Music Inst. Elective French, Economics, Geography Elective French, Economics, Sociology Elective French,Economics, Public Admn. Elective French,Economics, Pol Sc. Elective French,Economics, Dance Elective French,Economics, Philosophy Elective French,Economics, Music Vocal Elective French,Economics, History Elective French,Funct. English,Public Admn. Elective French,Pol Sc., Psychology Elective French,Funct. English,Pol Sc. Elective French, History,Psychology Elective French,Pol Sc., Psychology Sanskrit,Economics, History Sanskrit,Economics,Mathematics Sanskrit,Economics, Public Admn. Sanskrit, Economics, Pol Sc. Sanskrit,Economics, Dance Sanskrit,Economics, Music Vocal Sanskrit,Economics, Music Inst. Sanskrit,History, Music Vocal Sanskrit,Fine Arts, Public Admn. Sanskrit,History, Pol Sc. Sanskrit,History, Public Admn. Sanskrit,History, Philosophy Sanskrit,Music Inst., Hindi

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139. Fine Arts, Geography, Elective Hindi 140. Fine Arts, Geography, Elective Punj. 141. Fine Arts, Geography, Elective French 142. Fine Arts, Music Inst./Vocal, Public Admn. 143. Fine Arts, Music Inst./Vocal, Pol Sc. 144. Fine Arts, Music Inst./Vocal, Sanskrit 145. Fine Arts, Music Inst./Vocal, Philosophy 146. Physical Edu.,History,Public Admn. 147. Physical Edu.,History,Elective Eng. 148. Physical Edu.,History,Elective Hindi 149. Physical Edu.,History,Elective Punj. 150. Physical Edu.,History,Elective French 151. Physical Edu.,History,Pol Sc. 152. Physical Edu.,History,Music Vocal 153. Home Sc., History, Sanskrit 154. Home Sc., History, Pol Sc. 155. Home Sc., History, Geography 156. Home Sc., History, Music Vocal 157. Home Sc., History, Psychology 158. Home Sc., History, Elective Eng. 159. Home Sc., History, Elective Hindi 160. Home Sc., History, Elective Punj. 161. Home Sc., History, Elective French 162. Home Sc.,Pol Sc., Psychology 163. Home Sc.,Pol Sc., Dance 164. Geography, History, Elective Eng. 165. Geography, History, Elective Punj. 166. Geography, History, Elective Hindi 167. Geography, Public Admn., Elective Eng. 168. Geography, Public Admn., Elective Hindi 169. Geography, Public Admn., Elective French 170. Geography, Public Admn., Elective Punj. 171. Geography, History, Pol Sc. 172. Geography, History, Public Admn. 173. Geography, History, Sociology 174. Geography, History, Philosophy 175. Geography, Mathematics, Sociology

176. Geography, Dance, Elective Eng. 177. Geography, Dance, Elective Hindi 178. Geography, Dance, Elective Punjabi 179. Sociology, Psychology, Fine Arts 180. Sociology, Psychology, Mathematics 181. Sociology, Psychology, Public Admn. 182. Sociology, Psychology, Pol Sc. 183. Sociology, Psychology, Dance 184. Sociology, Fine Arts, Public Admn. 185. Sociology, Physical Edu.,Public Admn. 186. Sociology, Physical Edu.,Pol Sc. 187. Sociology, History, Physical Edu. 188. Sociology, History, Home Sc. 189. Sociology, History, Public Admn. 190. Sociology, History, Pol Sc. 191. Sociology, Home Sc., Economics 192. Sociology, Home Sc., Psychology 193. Sociology, Home Sc., Elective Eng. 194. Sociology, Home Sc., Elective Hindi 195. Sociology, Psychology, Elective Eng. 196. Sociology, Psychology, Elective Hindi 197. Sociology, Psychology, Elective Punj. 198. Sociology, Psychology, Elective French 199. Sociology, Fine Arts, Elective Eng. 200. Sociology, Fine Arts, Elective Hindi 201. Sociology, Fine Arts, Elective Punj. 202. Sociology, Fine Arts, Elective French 203. Sociology, Public Admn., Elective Eng. 204. Sociology, Public Admn., Elective Hindi 205. Sociology, Public Admn., Elective Punj. 206. Sociology,Public Admn., Elective French 207. Sociology, Pol Sc.,Elective Eng. 208. Sociology, Pol Sc., Elective Hindi 209. Sociology, Pol Sc.,Elective Punj. 210. Sociology, Pol Sc., Elective French 211. Sociology, Mathematics, Elective Eng. 212. Sociology, Mathematics, Elective Hindi

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213. Sociology, Funct. English, Fine Arts 214. Public Admn., Physical Edu., Elective Eng. 215. Public Admn., Physical Edu., Elective Punj. 216. Public Admn., Physical Edu., Elective French 217. Public Admn., Physical Edu., Music Inst. 218. Public Admn., Funct. English, Elective Eng. 219. Public Admn., Funct. English, Geography 220. Public Admn., Psychology, Elective Eng. 221. Public Admn., Psychology, French 222. Public Admn., Sociology, Dance 223. Philosophy, Psychology, Pol Sc. 224. Philosophy, Psychology, Elective Eng. 225. Philosophy, Pol Sc., History 226. Philosophy, Fine Arts, Dance 227. Psychology, Funct.English, Elective Eng. 228. Psychology, Funct. English, Public Admn. 229. Psychology, Fine Arts, Elective Eng. 230. Psychology, Fine Arts, French 231. Psychology, History, Sociology 232. Psychology, History, Philosophy 233. Psychology, Sociology, Philosophy 234. Psychology, Human Rights, Public Admn. 235. Psychology, Women Studies, Public Admn. 236. Psychology, Public Admn., Police Admn. 237. Psychology, Sociology, Human Rights 238. Psychology, Sociology, Police Admn. 239. Psychology, Sociology, Women Studies 240. Psychology, Women Studies, Fine Arts 241. Psychology, Public Admn., Elective Eng. 242. Psychology, Public Admn., Elective Hindi 243. Psychology, Public Admn., Elective French 244. Psychology, Pol Sc., Elective Eng. 245. Psychology, Pol Sc., Elective Hindi 246. Psychology, Pol Sc., Elective French 247. Elective Hindi, Dance, MusicInst./Vocal 248. Elective Hindi, Psychology, Philosophy 249. Elective Punj., Psychology, Philosophy

250. Dance,Music Vocal, Philosophy 251. Pol Sc., Funct.English, Elective Eng. 252. Pol Sc., Funct. English, Psychology 253. Pol Sc., Public Admn.,Psychology 254. Pol Sc., Public Admn.,French 255. Pol Sc., Public Admn., Sociology 256. Pol Sc., Dance, Economics 257. Pol Sc., Dance, History 258. Public Admn., Sociology, Human Rights 259. Public Admn., Sociology, Women Studies 260. Public Admn., Sociology, Police Admn. 261. Public Admn.,Pol Sc., Police Admn. 262. Public Admn.,Pol Sc., Human Rights 263. Public Admn.,Pol Sc., Women Studies 264. Public Admn., Physical Edu., Police Admn. 265. Public Admn., Physical Edu., Human Rights 266. Public Admn., Police Admn., Elective Hindi 267. Public Admn., Police Admn., Elective Eng. 268. Public Admn., Police Admn., Elective French 269. Public Admn., Police Admn., Elective Punj. 270. Public Admn., Human Rights, Elective Hindi 271. Public Admn., Human Rights, Elective Eng. 272. Public Admn., Human Rights, Elective French 273. Public Admn., Human Rights, Elective Punj. 274. Public Admn., Women Studies, Elective Hindi 275. Public Admn., Women Studies, Elective Eng. 276. Public Admn., Women Studies, Elective French 277. Public Admn., Women Studies, Elective Punj. 278. Economics, Public Admn., Police Admn. 279. Economics, Public Admn., Human Rights 280. Economics, Public Admn., Women Studies 281. History, Geography, Elective French 282. History, Public Admn., Women Studies 283. Funct. English, Public Admn., Human Rights 284. Geography, Public Admn., Police Admn. 285. Geography, Public Admn., Women Studies 286. Geography, Public Admn., Human Rights

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Please refer to Details Various Colleges / prospectus for course conditions, admission important information.

of Courses Offered at RIE section of the description, eligibility rules or any other

Note: 1 . Student opting for Mathematics, needs to have cleared this subject at +2 level. 2. Students can opt for French/Music (Vocal or Instrumental), even if they have not studied these Subjects at +2 level. Change of subject will be allowed only if there is availability of seat in that subject. Foreign Students admitted to this college are required to immediately fill in four copies of Special Foreign Student 5.

Performa obtainable from Dr. Anita Kaushal, Advisor, Foreign Students and submit them in the office along with the payment of college dues, failing which their admission will cease to be valid. When they come for the admission they should bring along eight copies of their photographs, two attested Photostat copies of their passport, Student Visa / residential permit and all other certificates. They should also obtain an eligibility certificate from the Panjab University. The students who have passed certificate course will be eligible for admission to respective diploma course. Functional English : This subject offers media studies :- print, television and radio journalism. Admission to this course will be strictly on the basis of merit and performance in the Entrance Test combined with the marks that the candidates has secured at +2 level. The test will be conducted on July 9, 2012 at 10:30 am in the Department of Functional English.

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AWARDS AND SCHOLARSHIPS


Awards
The college confers annual All Round Best Student Award at Graduate and Post graduate level on a student who excels in academics and extracurricular activities. Criteria for the award (at Graduate Level): 1. 2. Final year students from all the streams will be eligible for this award. To be eligible for this award a student has to have a minimum two year stay in the college. Decent conduct and behaviour of a student will be duly considered while taking a decision about the recipient. A student should have secured at least 55% in aggregate in both, September and December examinations. She should show her participation / achievements with documentary proofs in all the following four groups: a. Academic results b. Sports/ NSS/ NCC c. Dance / Drama / Music / Debate / Declamation/ Poetry recitation d. Other Extracurricular activities. The Student should not be falling short of lectures. d. 4. Declamation / Poetry recitation Other Extracurricular activities.

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HOSTEL ADMISSION RULES & GUIDELINES


The college hostel has as many as 170 seats for NEW admission cases. In addition to these seats, the college offers an arrangement of hostel accommodation in the Govt. Home Science College, Sector-10, Chandigarh, Govt. Polytechnic College, Sector -10, Chandigarh, New Block Working Women's Hostel, Sector24, Chandigarh and Central Craft Institute Sector-11, Chandigarh. ON THE SPOT ADMISSION DOES NOT APPLY TO CANDIDATES WHO SEEK HOSTEL ADMISSION ALSO. The candidates have to apply in advance as per the instructions given below. 1. Candidates will apply on the prescribed college Admission Form contained in the prospectus. Candidates will submit duly filled in College Admission Form to the college office on or before 30-06-2012. Admission forms for the hostel applicants will not be accepted, if received later than 30-06-2012. Incomplete forms will not be entertained. Old students of hostel to note that admission to hostel is not a matter of right. Students having compartment or attendance shortage in the previous class will not be allowed hostel seat in the next session. The admission to hostel is a 4-step process: Step 1: Step 2: Step 3: College Admission Hostel Admission Payment of the fees 7. The hostel seats are limited therefore admission to the college does not ensure the right of the candidate to the hostel seat. Hostel seats will be filled on the basis of the merit of the students. Merit list of the hostel applicants will be displayed on 06.07.2012 by 12:00 noon and discrepancies are to be notified before 11.00 a.m. on 07.07.12.

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cum Pledge Form' and Medical Certificate Performa from the Fee Clerk. 17. Admitted students will report to the hostel authorities in their allotted hostels one day before the commencement of the classes (Date to be notified on the college notice board). 18. The admitted student will bring the duly filled 'Hostel Accommodation cum pledge Form' complete in all respects on the Reporting Day and submit it to the Hostel Superintendent in the hostel. 19. It is mandatory for all the new students and their PARENTS to be present on the Reporting day, on which they will be acquainted with the hostel staff and apprised of the hostel rules and code of conduct. 20. Foreign students and students belonging to Manipur, Leh-Ladhak and Tibet etc. must have their parents accompanying them at the time of hostel admission. They also need to submit an affidavit from their parents authorising the local guardians to perform all responsibilities after the admission on their behalf regarding hostel rules and regulations. They are required to bring a family photograph and also two passport size photos at the time of admission. 21. Rooms in the hostels are allotted by the hostel authorities only when the students report to them.

Procedure for Recommendation to Accommodation in Hostels of Govt. Home Science College, Sector-10, Chandigarh, Govt. Polytechnic College, Sector-10, Chandigarh, New Block Working Women's Hostel, Sector-24, Chandigarh,and Central Craft Institute, Sector-11, Chandigarh.
1. Those who are granted admission to the college but fail to get a seat in our college hostels can opt for hostel accommodation in the Govt. Home Science College hostel, Sec-10, Govt. Polytechnic College hostel, Sec-10, New Block Working Women's Hostel, Sec-24 and Central Craft Institute, Sector-11, Chandigarh. List of candidates will be prepared on the basis of Merit and sent to the Principals/Superintendents/Wardens of the above mentioned hostels with recommendation for Hostel Accommodation. The parents are advised to check up the date of reporting to Home Science College, Sec 10, Working Women's Hostel, Sec-24, Polytechnic College, Sec-10 and Central Craft Institute, Sector-11, Chandigarh at the time of admission. The recommended candidates will buy the Hostel Form from the allotted college and submit it there after filling it up. Students will be governed by the hostel rules and hostel fee structure of the respective college in which they are allotted hostel seats.

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General
1. No student will be allowed to join hostel without: a) Fee Receipts (Both College and Hostel) b) Hostel accommodation cum Pledge form. c) Medical Certificate. Students are required to bring their own bedding, bed linen and door curtains. The other required items e.g. locks, buckets, mugs, bulbs, dusters etc are available in the college tuck-shop also. Furniture will be issued to the resident students against their signatures and the student will be held responsible for any breakage of furniture issued to her. Hostel students are not allowed to use any personal electric appliances. In case of a defaulter, strict action will be taken and the appliance will be confiscated. They are also warned not to tamper with electrical fittings. The college will not be responsible for any mishap. Hostel students are not allowed to keep any personal vehicles. The College is not responsible for any inappropriate behaviour / action of the student which is detrimental to accepted social norms. Possession and consumption of any kind of intoxicants/drugs will result into immediate expulsion from hostel. The college does not take responsibility of valuables especially mobile phones and cash of resident students. They are therefore advised not to bring jewellery with them and cash should be deposited in the State Bank of India extension counter in the college premises. 9. Students are not allowed to stay in the College hostel during autumn break, winter break or summer vacations. However, in case of an emergency, arrangements can be made for their stay only after getting special permission from the Principal.

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disciplinary action, a special fine and even expulsion from the college. 19. Ragging is strictly prohibited as per the hon'ble supreme court orders. Defaulters will face punitive action. 20. Action will be taken against the erring students, who pass undesirable remarks about fellow students, indulge in physical & mental torture and show disobedience & non co-operative behaviour.

Outings and Leave Rules


1. Timings for Outings: Sundays and every holiday 10.00 a.m. to 5.30 p.m. in Winter 10:00 a.m to 6:00 p.m in Summer Wednesday 3.00 p.m. to 5.30 p.m. in Winter 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. in Summer Students are required to report back at 5:30p.m. sharp in Winter & 6:00 p.m. sharp in Summer, failing which strict disciplinary action will be taken and they may even be denied admission for the next session. 2. No student shall leave the hostel without prior permission of the Principal/Hostel authorities, failing which strict disciplinary action will be taken. Students will not be allowed to leave the hostel before the official date of the closing of the academic session. Students will be allowed to go on leave / vacation only on the basis of 'Permanent Authority' submitted by their parents to the hostel authorities at the time of joining the hostel. If they extend their stay, serious action will be taken against them.

Appointment of Local Guardians


1. Appointment of two local guardians is a must for the hostel record of each resident student. In case of an emergency, local guardians will be informed and called. Unmarried Men (blood relation and cousins) will not be accepted as local guardians and will not be allowed to enter the college premises. Only parents and guardians will be allowed to meet their wards from 3.30 p.m. to 5.30 p.m. on Saturday and 10.30 a.m. to 1.30 p.m. on Sundays.

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At the time of hostel admission, parents are advised to inform the hostel authorities of any chronic ailment from which the student may be suffering, so that they are better equipped and prepared to handle such emergencies. In case this fact is concealed from the authorities at the time of admission, the college will not be responsible for any emergency that may arise. Students are advised not to indulge in selfmedication; if they do so, they will be responsible for the consequences.

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POSTGRADUATE GOVERNMENT COLLEGE FOR GIRLS


Sector 42, Chandigarh

Dear Students, Our vision at PGGCG-42 is to see every girl empowered with education, economic independence, high self- esteem and unflinching faith in her being! We endeavor to provide an environment conducive to the growth and holistic development of each student. In keeping with the college motto "Higher Still", we encourage the spirit of competition, co-operation and commitment. PGGCG-42, a prestigious institution, established in 1982, located in the Southern Sectors, provides quality education to over 3600 girl students and offers graduate, post- graduate and numerous professional and semi-professional courses. With sprawling lawns, well-maintained gardens and playgrounds, ours is the only city Govt. College to have an Eco-Friendly Park. An exclusive Information Technology Block, with cutting edge facilities like sophisticated Computer Labs and real-time Video-Conferencing have been added to the existing infrastructure. A fully airconditioned and computerized Library houses 37,000 books, encyclopedias, journals, subscribes to 72 magazines and 19 newspapers in different languages. With IINFLIBNET facility to access e-books and e-journals, a reading room and five computer terminals for the students, the library is the backbone of our academic system. New Smart classrooms, Multimedia rooms and Wi-Fi connectivity on the campus have recently been added. Catering to the needs of out-station students, we have Hostel facility with all modern amenities, including a recreation area with LCD, Computer-room, a Reading-room, Indoor-games, Beauty-parlour and Medical facilities. Yoga, dance / music classes and remedial classes are regularly organized for the physical and mental well-being of the resident students. A fruit / juice stall and a canteen provide clean, nutritious food and a stationery shop provides books and stationery items. Incorporating awareness about the environment and responsibility towards the society is part of our educational mandate. There are numerous clubs, societies of various disciplines as well as an Environment society, Drug -deaddiction society, AIDS awareness society, Guidance and Counseling Cell, Gender equity and Non-discrimination Society, Heritage Society, Women Cell, one NCC wing and four NSS wings. Along with this, we organize seminars and conferences, Gender and Theatre workshops. Personal guidance in Academics, Sports and the Performing Arts helps our students to enhance their inherent talents. I hope you will join and actively participate in these group-activities. The Computer Science department of our college offers maximum professional courses in Information Technology. The Physical Education department promotes 19 sports activities and our students have brought laurels in National and International competitions. Our students have been enthusiastically participating and excelling in cultural activities, declamations, debates and quiz at the inter-college , Zonal and Inter-Zonal Youth Festivals. In the best interest of the students, we also have a Placement Cell, Anti-Ragging Cell, Anti-Stress Helpline, and a Cell to guard against Sexual Harassment. A team of highly qualified faculty, a hallmark of this institution, is the guiding force for the intellectual and emotional strength of the students. They work relentlessly as facilitators to enable our students to explore their creativity and potential, learn the value of hard work and achieve excellence. A vibrant relationship between the teachers and students brings more to academics and learning. I welcome you to PGGCG42, an institution of higher learning which will provide you a platform to blossom into responsible and confident young girls, who can live a life of dignity and make meaningful contribution to society. With Best Wishes Mani Bedi Principal

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WHOM TO CONTACT
Class/Category/Helpline Overall Coordinator Coordinator (Arts) Coordinator (Science) Coordinator (Commerce) B.A I Convener Mr. KPS Shante Mrs. Shubpreet Kaur Ms. Parvinder Kaur Dr. Kamlesh Bajaj Dr. Amarjeet Kaur Mrs. Hardeep Kaur Mrs. Perminder Kaur Dr. Manjit Kaur Mrs. Anita Sharma Dr. Lakhvir Singh B.A I Functional English PG. Diploma in Mass Communication B.A I Functional Hindi & Diploma in Translation B.A II B.A III BA /BSc/ IT BCom I, II, III BCA I,II,III & PGDCA / MSc IT BSc I,II,III , Comp Sci BSc I,II,III Non Med BSc I,II,III Med BSc I,II,III Micro Biology (E) BSc I, II,III Biotech (E) & (Hons) BSc I,II,III Bio Informatics (E) PG. Diploma in Guidance & Counseling MSc - I (IT) MSc I (Zoology) MSc I (Microbial Biotechnology) MSc I (Botany) M.A I (Eng) M.A I(Public Administration) M.A I (Sociology) M.A I (Pol Science) BPEd (1 Year Teacher Edu. Prog After Graduation) Time Table Incharge Foreign Students Anti Ragging Cell Registrar Examination Hostel Admission Refund/Withdrawl of Fee Mrs. Monica Singh Mrs. Sonia Sikand Dr. Sapna Malhotra Dr. Sneh Badhwar Mrs. Harvinder Kaur Dr. Jaswinder Kaur Dr. Gurmel Singh Mrs. Neeru Sehgal Dr. Kamlesh Bajaj Dr. Punam Agarwal Mrs. Neeru Sehgal Dr. Renu Bala Dr. Neelima Talwar Dr. Sushma Gupta Dr. Dalip Kumar Mr. Narinder Anchal Dr. Urvashi Roul Dr. Punam Agarwal Dr. Neelam K Sharma Dr. Dalip Kumar Dr. Vineeta Sharma Mrs. Suman Gandhi Dr. Abha Sudarshan Dr. Jyoti Seth Dr. Nirmal Singh Mrs. Anju Trikha Mrs. Kanta Tulseja Dr. Rumeena S Singh Mrs. Sushmita Dr. Parvinder Singh Dr. Sushil Kumari Dr. Indu Jindal Room No. 12 09 214 305(IT Block) 29 33 126 129 31 101 Com. Skill Lab (IT Block) Com. Skill Lab (IT Block) 220 (Fun. Hindi Lab) 218 221 315 319 115 305(IT Block) BCA Lab III (IT Block) 115 110 218 212 119 130 111 BCA Lab I (IT Block) 121 119 211 107 302 108 112 04 125 Help Desk/ 313 12 03 BCA Staff Room (IT Block) 13

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Principal
Mani Bedi

Dean
K.P.S. Shante

Vice Principal
Sushmita

FACULTY OF ARTS Dance 1. Sneh Badhwar, Ph.D. 2. Jaswinder Kaur, Ph.D. Economics 1. Vandana Gupta, M.Phil 2. Keerat Brar, M.A. 3. Nirupinder Kaur, M.A. 4. Preet Kamal, MPhil English 1. Shubpreet Kaur, M.Phil 2. Suman Gandhi, M.Phil, PGDMC 3. Manjit Kaur, Ph.D. 4. Hardeep Kaur, M.Phil 5. Harvinder Kaur, M.Phil 6. Monica Singh, M.Phil 7. Sonia Sikand, M.Phil. PGDMC 8. Gagandeep Grewal, M.Phil 9. Jasreet Kaur, M.Phil 10. Tejinder Kaur, M.Phil 11. Sunita Rani, M.Phil 12. Shweta Bali, M.Phil. PGDTE 13. Jitender Singh, B.Ed., M.Phil (On Leave) 14. Vacant 15. Vacant Fine Arts 1. Perminder Kaur, M.A. Geography 1. K.P.S. Shante, M.A. Geography and English, B. Jounalism, Dip. in French and German 2. Surinder Kumar, M.Phil

Hindi 1. Sapna Malhotra , Ph.D., PGDIT 2. Narinder Kaur , Ph.D., PGDIT 3. R.P.S. Josh, Ph.D., PGDIT. 4. Savitri Singh, Ph. D. History 1. Harcharan Kaur, Ph.D. 2. Harmeet Sethi, Ph.D. 3. Purnendu Ranjan, Ph.D. Home Science 1. Amarjit Kaur, Ph.D. PGDIT 2. Jaswant Kaur, M. Sc. 3. Anita Sharma, M.Sc. B.Ed., PGDET 4. Manpreet Kaur, Ph.D. Mathematics 1. Kanta Tulseja, B.Ed., M.Phil. 2. Indu Jindal, M.Phil, Ph.D. 3. Urmila Rani, Ph.D. Music (I) 1. Sushmita, M.A. Music (V) 1. Saubhagya Vardhan, Ph.D. 2. Sadhna Chaudhary, M.Phil Physical Education 1. Anju Chopra, M.A. 2 Rajinder Kaura, M.Phil 3. Ram Niwas Yadav, M.Phil, NIS Athl., M.A. Yoga

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Political Science 1. Nirmal Singh, M.Phil, Ph.D. 2. Anu Bassi, M.Phil 3. Sudhir Hindwan, M.Phil, Ph.D., Post Doctorate 4. Vacant 5. Vacant Psychology 1. Urvashi Roul, Ph.D 2. Rumeena Surjit Singh, Ph.D. 3. Amandeep Kaur, M.Phil

Chemistry 1. Renu Bala, M.Phil, Ph.D. 2. Parvinder Singh, M.Phil, Ph.D., L.L.B. 3. Narinder Anchal, M.Sc. Hons. 4. Deepika Kansal, Ph.D. 5. Seema Gupta, Ph.D. 6. Puneet Jyoti, M.Phil 7. Rajendra Swain, Ph.D. Computer Science 1. Vacant 2. Vacant

Public Administration 1. Abha Sudershan, M.Phil, Ph.D. 2. Jagan Nath, M.Phil 3. Silender Kumar, M.A. 4. Nemi Chand Golia, M.Phil, Ph.D. Punjabi 1. Rupinder Kaur, M.A., B.Ed. 2. Gurmel Singh, M.Phil, Ph.D. 3. Avtar Singh, M.Phil, Ph.D. 4. Kiranjeet Kaur, Ph.D. 5. Kanchan Singh, Ph.D. 6. Surinder Kaur, M.A

Physics 1. Neeru Sehgal, M.Phil 2. Kamlesh Kumari, M.Phil 3. Suresh Kumar, M.Sc. 4. Harjit Kaur, Ph.D. Zoology 1. Neelam K. Sharma, Ph.D. 2. Dalip Kumar, Ph.D., L.L.B. 3. Sushma Gupta, Ph.D. 4. Rewa Sharma, Ph.D. 5. Neelima Talwar, Ph.D. FACULTY OF COMMERCE

Sanskrit 1. Lakhvir Singh, Ph.D. Sociology 1. Jyoti Seth Ph.D. 2. Rajwant Singh LLB, Ph. D 3. Ranjay Vardhan, Ph. D. 4. Sunakar Patra, M.Phil FACULTY OF SCIENCE Botany 1. Parvinder Kaur, M.Sc. Hons. School. 2. Saroj Sachdeva, Ph.D. 3. Vineeta Sharma, Ph.D. 4. Manmohan Kaur, M.Phil 5. Kiran Rana, M.Sc. Hons School, M.Phil, Ph.D. 6. Anita Mehta, M.Phil Bio-Technology 1. Vacant 2. Vacant

1. Kamlesh Bajaj, Ph.D. 2. Neelam Bhatia, M.Com. 3. Amandeep Kaur, Ph.D. 4. Punam Agarwal, Ph.D. 5. T.C. Garg, M.Com. 6. Monika Sehgal, M.Com. 7. Paramjeet Kaur Trehan, M.Com. 8. Geetanjali Arora, M.Com. 9. Mamta Malhotra, Ph.D. 10. Lipi Bhattacharya, Ph.D. Librarians 1. Anita Mahajan, M.A., M.Lib. Sc. 2. Vacant Hostel Suprintendent 1. Sushil Kumari, Ph.D Superintendents 1. Satinder Kaur (Accounts) 2. Sohan Singh (Establishment)

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For compulsory subjects kindly see detail of undergraduate courses in different colleges on page 7. A student is required to take up three elective subjects in all, selecting one subject combination from any of the following sets of combinations. Subject Combination Groups 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. Economics, Public Admn, Sociology Economics, Dance, Police Admn Economics, Geography, Public Administration Economics, History, Sociology Economics, Mathematics, English Economics, Mathematics, Hindi Economics, Mathematics, Punjabi Economics, Mathematics, Sanskrit Economics, Music (V), Political Science Economics, Political Science, Home Science Economics, Political Science, Sociology Economics, Public Administration, Dance Economics, Public Admn, English Economics, Public Admn, Hindi Economics, Public Admn, Physical Education Economics, Public Admn, Punjabi Economics, Public Admn, Sanskrit Fine Arts, Dance, Hindi Fine Arts, Dance, Punjabi Fine Arts, Dance, Sanskrit Fine Arts, History, Dance Fine Arts, History, English Fine Arts, History, Hindi Fine Arts, History, Punjabi Fine Arts, History, Sanskrit Fine Arts, Political Science, Hindi Fine Arts, Political Science, Punjabi Fine Arts, Public Administration, Hindi Fine Arts, Public Administration, Punjabi Fine Arts, Sanskrit, Sociology Fine Arts, Dance, Sociology Fine Arts, Physical Education, Punjabi Functional Hindi, History, Sociology Functional English, Physical Education, Punjabi Functional English, Economics, English Functional English, Economics, Psychology 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50. 51. 52. 53. 54. 55. 56. 57. 58. 59. 60. 61. 62. 63. 64. 65. 66. 67. 68. 69. 70. 71. 72. 73. 74. 75. 76. 77. 78. 79. Functional English, Economics, Sociology Functional English, Geography, English Functional English, History, English Functional English, History, Geography Functional English, Political Science, English Functional English, Psychology, English Functional English, Public Admn, Pol.Science Functional English, Public Admn, English Functional English, Sociology, English Functional English, Sociology, Psychology Functional English,Geograhy, Economics, Functional English,Geograhy, Public Admn Functional Hindi, Economics, Hindi Functional Hindi, History, Hindi Functional Hindi, Political Science, Hindi Functional Hindi, Political Science, Sociology Functional Hindi, Public Admn, Hindi Functional Hindi, Public Admn, Sociology Functional Hindi, Sociology, Hindi Geography, Economics, English Geography, Economics, Hindi Geography, Economics, History Geography, Economics, Punjabi Geography, Public Admn, Political Science Geography, Public Admn., English Geography, Sociology, English Geography, Sociology, Hindi Geography, Sociology, History Geography, Sociology, Public Admn Geography, Sociology, Punjabi History, Dance, Hindi History, Dance, Punjabi History, Economics, Punjabi History, Economics, Dance History, Economics, English History, Economics, Hindi History, Economics, Public Admn History, Economics, Sanskrit History, Geography, English History, Geography, Hindi History, Geography, Punjabi History, Hindi, Sanskrit History, Music (I), Hindi

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History, Music (I), Punjabi History, Physical Education, Hindi History, Physical Education, Public Admn History, Physical Education, Punjabi History, Physical Education, Sociology History, Political Science, Physical Education Home Science, Economics, Punjabi Home Science, Economics, English Home Science, Economics, Hindi Home Science, Economics, Sanskrit Home Science, Economics, Sociology Home Science, History, Economics Home Science, History, English Home Science, History, Hindi Home Science, History, Political Science Home Science, History, Punjabi Home Science, History, Sociology Home Science, Political Science, English Home Science, Political Science, Hindi Home Science, Political Science, Psychology

126. Music (I), Dance, Punjabi 127. Music (I), Music (V), English 128. Music (I), Music (V), Hindi 129. Music (I), Music (V), Punjabi 130. Music (I), Political Science, English 131. Music (I), Political Science, Hindi 132. Music (I), Political Science, Punjabi 133. Music (I), Public Admn, Hindi 134. Music (I), Public Admn, Punjabi 135. Music (I), Sociology, English 136. Music (I), Sociology, Hindi 137. Music (I), Sociology, Punjabi 138. Music (V), Dance, Hindi 139. Music (V), Dance, Punjabi 140. Music (V), Dance, Sanskrit 141. Music (V), History, Hindi 142. Music (V), History, Punjabi 143. Music (V), History, Sanskrit 144. Music (V), Political Science, Hindi 145. Music (V), Political Science, Public Admn 146. Music (V), Political Science, Punjabi 147. Music (V), Political Science, Sanskrit 148. Music (V), Political Science, Sociology 149. Music (V), Public Administration, Hindi 150. Music (V), Public Administration, Punjabi 151. P.P.I ,Economics, Pol Science 152. P.P.I , Economics, Public Admn 153. P.P.I, Economics, Sociology 154. P.P.I , Geography, Public Admn 155. P.P.I , Geography, Sociology 156. P.P.I, Political Science, English 157. P.P.I , Political Science, Hindi 158. P.P.I, Political Science, Panjabi 159. P.P.I, Political Science, Public Admn 160. P.P.I, Political Science, Sanskrit 161. P.P.I, Political Science, Sociology 162. P.P.I, Psychology, English 163. P.P.I, Psychology, Hindi 164. P.P.I , Psychology, Public Admn 165. P.P.I, Psychology, Sociology 166. P.P.I, Sociology, English 167. P.P.I, Sociology, Public Admn 168. Physical Education, Public Admn, Hindi 169. Physical Education, Sociology, Hindi 170. Physical Education, Sociology, Punjabi 171. Physical Education.,Dance,Hindi

100. Home Science, Political Science, Punjabi 101. Home Science, Political Science, Sociology 102. Home Science, Sociology, English 103. Home Science, Sociology, Hindi 104. Home Science, Sociology, Physical Education 105. Home Science, Sociology, Psychology 106. Home Science, History, Sanskrit 107. Information Tech., Mathematics, Sociology 108. Information Technology , Pol. Science, English 109. Information Technology, Pol. Science, History 110. Information Technology , Pub. Admn, Pol Sci. 111. Information Technology, Public Admn, History 112. Information Technology, Pub. Admn, Sociology 113. Information Tech., Economics, Pub. Admn. 114. Information Technology, Economics, History 115. Information Tech., Economics, Political Science 116. Information Tech., Mathematics, Economics 117. Information Technology, Mathematics, English 118. Information Technology , Mathematics, Hindi 119. Information Technology, Mathematics, Punjabi 120. Information Technology, Public Admn, English 121. Information Technology, Sociology, Economics 122. Information Technology, Sociology, English 123. Information Tech., Sociology, Political Science 124. Information Technology, Sociology, History 125. Music (I), Dance, Hindi

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172. Police Admn, Economics, Physical Education 173. Police Admn, Public Admn, Economics 174. Police Admn, Public Admn, History 175. Police Admn, Public Admn, Physical Education 176. Police Admn, Public Admn, Psychology 177. Police Admn, Public Admn, Sociology 178. Police Admn, Sociology, Physical Education 179. Political Science, Dance, Hindi 180. Political Science, Dance, Punjabi 181. Political Science, Economics, English 182. Political Science, Economics, Hindi 183. Political Science, Economics, Punjabi 184. Political Science, Economics, Sanskrit 185. Political Science, Hindi, Sanskrit 186. Political Science, History, Economics 187. Political Science, History, English 188. Political Science, History, Geography 189. Political Science, History, Hindi 190. Political Science, History, Public Admn 191. Political Science, History, Punjabi 192. Political Science, History, Sanskrit 193. Political Science, History, Sociology 194. Political Science, Maths, English 195. Political Science, Physical Education, Hindi 196. Political Science, Physical Education, History 197. Political Science, Physical Education, Punjabi 198. Political Science, Public Admn, Economics 199. Political Science, Sociology, Music (I) 200. Political Science, Physical Education, English 201. Psychology, Economics, English 202. Psychology, Economics, Home Science 203. Psychology, Economics, Sociology 204. Psychology, History, Home Science 205. Psychology, Political Science, History 206. Psychology, Political Science, Public Admn 207. Psychology, Pol Science, Economics 208. Psychology, Public Admn, History 209. Psychology, Public Admn, Sociology 210. Psychology, Sociology, English 211. Psychology, Sociology, Hindi 212. Psychology, Sociology, Punjabi 213. Public Administration, Political Science, Hindi 214. Public Admn, Dance, Hindi 215. Public Admn, Economics, Political Science 216. Public Admn, English, Sanskrit 217. Public Admn, Fine Arts, English

218. Public Admn, History, English 219. Public Admn, History, Hindi 220. Public Admn, History, Music (I) 221. Public Admn, History, Punjabi 222. Public Admn, History, Sanskrit 223. Public Admn, Mathematics, English 224. Public Admn, Mathematics, Hindi 225. Public Admn, Mathematics, Punjabi 226. Public Admn, Mathematics, Sanskrit 227. Public Admn, Physical Education, English 228. Public Admn, Physical Education, Hindi 229. Public Admn, Physical Education, PolScience 230. Public Admn, Physical Education, Punjabi 231. Public Admn, Physical Education, Sociology 232. Public Admn, Political Science, English 233. Public Admn, Political Science, Music (I) 234. Public Admn, Political Science, Punjabi 235. Public Admn, Political Science, Sanskrit 236. Public Admn, Sociology, Music (I) 237. Sanskrit, Dance, Hindi 238. Sanskrit, Dance, Music (I) 239. Sanskrit, Hindi, Economics. 240. Sanskrit, Hindi, Public Admn 241. Sanskrit, Sociology, Home Science 242. Sanskrit., Economics, Dance 243. Sanskrit., Hindi, Music (I), 244. Sanskrit., History, Music (I), 245. Sanskrit., Political Science , Mathematics 246. Sanskrit., Political Science , Music (I), 247. Sanskrit., Public Admn, Dance 248. Sanskrit., Sociology, Dance 249. Sanskrit, Police Admn, Economics 250. Sanskrit, Sociology, Music (I), 251. Sociology, Dance, Economics 252. Sociology, Dance, Public Admn 253. Sociology, Economics, English 254. Sociology, Economics, Hindi 255. Sociology, Economics, Punjabi 256. Sociology, Economics, Sanskrit 257. Sociology, English, Sanskrit 258. Sociology, Hindi, Music (V) 259. Sociology, Hindi, Sanskrit 260. Sociology, History, Dance 261. Sociology, History, English 262. Sociology, History, Hindi 263. Sociology, History, Public Admn.

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264. Sociology, History, Punjabi 265. Sociology, History, Sanskrit 266. Sociology, Maths, English 267. Sociology, Maths, Hindi 268. Sociology, Maths, Punjabi 269. Sociology, Maths, Sanskrit 270. Sociology, Political Science, English 271. Sociology, Political Science, Hindi 272. Sociology, Political Science, Physical Edu 273. Sociology, Political Science, Public Admn 274. Sociology, Political Science, Punjabi 275. Sociology, Political Science, Sanskrit 276. Sociology, Public Administration, History 277. Sociology, Public Admn, English 278. Sociology, Public Admn, Hindi 279. Sociology, Public Admn, Punjabi 280. Sociology, Public Admn, Sanskrit

75% attendance in theory as well as practicals and their academic conditions are cleared in the House Tests. 4. A student cannot opt for more than two subjects having practicals. 5. No student shall opt for Mathematics as an elective subject unless she had taken up this subject in the previous examination. 6. As per new guidelines of P.U. Chandigarh the admission of students in Physical Education shall be finalized after conducting Physical Fitness Test. The subject will not be offered to physically challenged students.

M.Sc -I Microbial Biotechnology


Job Potential Microbial biotechnology is the application of scientific and engineering principles to the processing of materials by microorganisms (such as bacteria, fungi, algae, protozoa and viruses) or plant and animal cells to create useful products or processes. It includes quality assurance for the food, pharmaceutical, and chemical industries. A career in this emerging field offers a variety of work assignments. These may include basic research, process development, production, technical services, quality control, compliance control, or technical sales. Some industrial microbiologists may be considered genetic engineers (utilizing recombinant DNA techniques) while others are classified as bioprocess engineers (optimizing enzymatic reaction systems for a desired product). As products developed by applied research move into production, a much wider range of personnel will be needed by industry, government, and academia. Industry will require scientists who can discover new products and develop methods for producing those products in large quantities. Government agencies will employ microbiologists/biotechnologists in research, regulatory, and oversight positions. Academia will require educators to prepare the next generation of industrial microbiologists/biotechnologists. Please refer to Details Various Colleges / prospectus for course conditions, admission important information of Courses Offered at RIE section of the description, eligibility rules or any other

Elective Subjects for B.Sc. I


501. Bioinformatics, Botany, Chemistry 502. Bioinformatics, Zoology, Chemistry 503. Bioinformatics, Botany, Computer Science 504. Bioinformatics, Zoology, Computer Science 505. Bio-Technology, Botany, Chemistry 506. Bio-Technology, Zoology, Chemistry 507. Microbiology, Botany, Chemistry 508. Microbiology, Zoology, Chemistry 509. Physics, Mathematics, Chemistry 510. Physics, Mathematics, Computer Science 511. Zoology, Botany, Chemistry 512. Information Technology, Physics, Maths 513. Information Tech., Physics, Bioinformatics Note: 1. Subjects filled by the students at the time of admission are provisional. 2. Change of subject will be allowed only once subject to the availability of seats in the subject to be taken up. 3. With regard to Functional English, Functional Hindi, Science, Commerce and other subjects with practicals, the students cannot appear privately. So they must ensure that they have

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SUBMISSION OF ADMISSION FORMS


Courses Offered Last date for Submission of Admission Forms 30.6.2012 30.6.2012 30.6.2012 30.6.2012 30.6.2012 30.6.2012 30.6.2012 30.6.2012 30.6.2012 30.6.2012 07.7.2012
On the spot admission as per merit On the spot admission as per merit

M.A English M.A. Sociology M.A. Public Administration M.A. Pol.Science M.Sc Zoology MSc Botany *MSc Microbial Biotechnology PG Diploma in Translation PG Diploma in Mass Comm PG Diploma in Guidance & Counselling B.P.Ed (1 year Course after Graduation) **B.A.-I **B.Sc I (Medical) B.Sc I (Non-Medical) B.Com. I B.Com- II & III (New Admission if Seats are available) B.C.A. I *MSc-I Information Technology PG Diploma in Computer Application B.Sc-I, II, III Comp. Science (Elective) B.Sc -I, II, III Biotechnology (Honours) B.Sc -I, II, III Biotechnolgy (Elective) B.Sc -I, II, III Microbiology (Elective) B.Sc-I, II, III Bioinformatics (Elective) B.C.A.-II, III *B.A. / B.Sc-I (Information Technology Elective)

30.6.2012
Centralized admission by Panjab University

30.6.2012
Centralized admission at PGGC-46, Chandigarh

Compulsory online submission of College Admission Forms as well as Hostel Admission Forms till 30.6.2012

Merit list for the same will be displayed on the college website i.e. www.gcg42.org on 7.7.2012 after 2.00pm

* Subject to approval by Panjab University. ** Except for those candidates who opt for Information Technology as an elective subject.

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Add on Courses
Tourism & Travel Management Bio Informatics Environmental Auditing Event Management *Animation & Graphics *Web Designing *Disaster Management *Entrepreneurship *Mass Communication & Video Production Notice to be put on the college notice board after the admissions

*Subject to the approval by Panjab University.

VTP Courses
Pre-School Child Support Associate Computer Fundamentals, MS-Office, Internet Soft Skills for baseline staff in service sector Notice to be put on the college notice board after the admissions

Hostel Admissions for all classes

30.6.2012

(Even for the classes with on the spot admission i.e. B.A. I & B.Sc. I Medical)

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ADMISSION SCHEDULE
Time : 9:00 a.m. onwards
Class Date Venue

Undergraduate Classes
B.A I (Above 65%) B.A I (Above 60% to 65%) B.A I (Above 55% to 60%) B.A I (Above 50% to 55%) B.A I (Below 50% and other cases) (last 2 days for Compartment & 40% or below) B.A I (Reserved Category) B.Sc. I (Biotechnology Hons & Biotechnology Elective) B.Sc. I (Bioinformatics Elective) B.C.A I (General Category) B.C.A I (Reserved Category) B.Sc I (Computer Science Elective) *B.A.I & B.Sc I (Information Technology) B.Sc I (Non Medical) B.Sc I (Microbiology Elective) B.Sc I Medical B.Com I (General Category) B.Com I (Reserved Category) BA II (above 55%) BA II (below55%) B.Sc II (Biotechnology Elective) B.Sc III (Biotechnology Elective) B.Sc II and III (Biotechnology Hons) B.Sc II (Bioinformatics Elective) B.Sc III (Bioinformatics Elective) BCA II BCA - III B.Sc II (Computer Science Elective) B.Sc III (Computer Science Elective) B.Sc II (Non Medical) B.Sc III (Non Medical) B.Sc II (Microbiology Elective) B.Sc III (Microbiology Elective) B.Sc II (Medical) 09.07.12 09.07.12 09.07.12 09.07.12 13.07.12 29 33 126 129 31

16.07.12 09.07.12 09.07.12 Centralized Admission Centralized Admission 09.07.12 09.07.12 09.07.12 09.07.12 09.07.12 Centralized Admission Centralized Admission 12 - 14 .07.12 16 - 18.07.12 12.07.12 13.07.12 16.07.12 13.07.12 14.07.12 13.07.12 14.07.12 13.07.12 14.07.12 13 & 14.07.12 16 & 17.07.12 13.07.12 14.07.12 16.07.12

101 119 130

115 115 110 212 218

218 221 119 119 119 13 130 BCA LabIII (IT Block) BCA LabIII (IT Block) 115 115 110 110 212 212 218

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B.Sc III (Medical) B.Com II (Old Students) B.Com II (New admissions if seats available) B.A- III (above 55%) B.A- III (below 55%) B.Com III (Old Students) B.Com III (New Admissions if seats available) De-reservation of seats (B.ComI) & Pending cases, if any

17.07.12 13 & 14.07.12 16.07.12 17-19.07.12 20, 21&23.07.12 17 & 18.07.12 19.07.12 Centralized Admission

218 305 (IT Block) 305 (IT Block) 315 319 301 (IT Block) 301 (IT Block)

Postgraduate Courses
M.A. I English 1st Semester M.A. I Sociology 1st Semester M.A. I Public Administration 1st Semester M.A.I Pol Science 1st Semester *M.Sc. I Information Technology 1st Semester M.Sc. I Zoology 1st Semester (On the basis of OCET conducted by PU and Percentage in B.Sc.) M.Sc. I Botany 1st Semester (On the basis of OCET conducted by PU and Percentage in B.Sc.) *M.Sc. I Microbial Biotechnology 1st Semester Post Graduate Diploma in Computer Application Post Graduate Diploma in Mass Communication Post Graduate Diploma in Translation Post Graduate Diploma in Guidance and Counseling B.P.Ed (Trials and Written Test at 9 a.m. and Display of Merit List after 1 p.m.) M.A. II English 3rd Semester 09.07.12 09.07.12 09.07.12 09.07.12 09.07.12 09.07.12 107 108 302 112 BCA Lab- III (IT Block) 121

09.07.12

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10.07.12 09.07.12 09.07.12 11.07.12 09.07.12 09.07.12

119 BCA Lab - I (IT Block) Com Skill Lab (IT) 220 111 04

Within 10 days of declaration of result Within 10days of declaration of result Within 10days of declaration of result Within 10days of declaration of result Within 10days of declaration of result Within 10days of declaration of result 09.07.2012 onwards

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M.A. II Sociology 3rd Semester

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M.A. II Pub. Administration 3rd Semester

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M.A. II Political Science 3rd Semester

112

M.Sc. II Zoology 3rd Semester

121

M.Sc II Botany 3rd Semester

211

Hostel Admissions

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AWARDS AND SCHOLARSHIPS


The college gives the Best All-Round Undergraduate Student award to the student who fulfils the following criteria: 1. She should be a student of BA/ B.Sc/ B.Com/ BCA/ Biotech Hons-III 2. Has a minimum score of 60% in the University and House Examination 3. Has at least 2 years stay in the college 4. Has distinction in at least 3 of the following: a) NSS b) NCC c) Sports d) Cultural activities e) Social Service 5. Is not short of attendance 6. Has not missed Examination any paper in House Academic Awards / Scholarships 1. Beena and Amarjeet Memorial Scholarship for outstanding performance in House/ University Examination. 2. Lakshmi Devi Memorial Trust Awards. 3. Mehandiratta Trust Scholarship for meritorious students of all the three streams. 4. Baba Kundan Singh (International) Charitable Trust award for outstanding performance in House / University Exam. 5. Smt. Saroj Vasudeva Scholarship to be awarded to a deserving and needy student. Speaking. 3. Should have participated/ excelled in any or all genres of creative writing.

7. Is disciplined, with a good conduct.

Best Postgraduate Student Award is given to the student who fulfils the following criteria: 1. Is a student of MA/MSc Part II 2. Has a minimum score of 60% in the University and House Examination 3. Has at least 2 years stay in the college 4. Has participated/excelled in at least 2 of the following: a) NSS b) NCC c) Sports d) Cultural Activities e) Social Service 5. Is not short of attendance 6. Has not missed Examination any paper in House

Sports Scholarships Details of these scholarships will be available in the College office. Dates for Sports Scholarships will be notified as and when the Sports Department, Chandigarh Administration, SAI, Netaji Subhash National Institute of Sports, Patiala inform the College.

College Timings and Presence in the College


1. The college starts at 8:40 am. 2. Students must remain in the college till 12:30 pm even if they finish their classes before that time. 3. No visitors are allowed to see the students during college working hours. 4. In case of emergency, only the teaching staff authorized by the Principal will sign the application for gate leave
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COLLEGE HOSTEL
Hostel Admission Guidelines
The college hostel has 265 seats. In addition to these, there is an arrangement for 33 students in Govt. Hostel, Sector24 Chandigarh. All candidates must clearly state their need for a hostel seat in their admission forms even for the classes with on the spot admission (i.e. BA I ans BSc I Med. which too should be submitted in advance). A candidate seeking admission to the hostel should apply for hostel seat on prescribed form along with Admission Form of the college to be included in the merit list for hostel admissions. The candidates have to apply in advance as per the instructions given below. 1. Hostel admission for all streams shall be strictly on merit. Forms complete in all respects for hostel admission to all the streams are to be submitted by 30.6.2012. Incomplete forms will be rejected No forms will be accepted on the day of admission. Irrespective of the college seats, the hostel seats are limited. Therefore admission to the college does not ensure the right of the candidate to the hostel seat. Admission to Hostel will be as per rules and regulations issued by Chandigarh administration and will be decided by Hostel Admission Committee. Hostel seat is allotted strictly on merit and for one academic year. The Principal reserves the right to cancel the seat in case of any complaint/default even in the case of old students. Students seeking admission to the hostel are expected to read all the rules and regulations printed on the back of the hostel admission form and in the prospectus. Rules and Regulations notified from time to time will be binding on resident students. 8. It is mandatory for the parents and local guardians to accompany their wards at the time of admission to the hostel. Old resident students should apply afresh for admission. Their merit and conduct in the hostel in the previous session will be taken into consideration. For old residents of the hostel, it is notified that admission to the hostel is not a matter of right. Students having compartment/third division/ attendance shortage in the previous class will not be allowed hostel seat in the next session.

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13. Strict action will be taken against the students found indulging in any sort of ragging. She may even be expelled from the hostel as well as from the college. 14. Allotment of rooms in the hostel will be strictly according to the rules framed by the college.

leave without valid reason will not be allowed hostel admission in the next session. 10. No student will be allowed to stay in the college hostel during Autumn and Winter Break as well as Summer Vacation (after University Examinations). 11. Hostel rooms and premises must be kept neat and tidy. 12. Parents will countersign the attendance, house tests results and record of outings of their wards regularly. 13. Habitual defiance of hostel rules will render a resident student liable to disciplinary action, a special fine and even expulsion from the college. 14. Resident students are not allowed to take part in any kind of protest or strikes. 15. Parents of defaulters can be called by the hostel authorities any time, so they are advised to take the report of their wards from the hostel warden from time to time. 16. Married girls are not allowed to stay in the college hostel.

General Rules
1. A resident is required to attend a minimum of 50% of the lectures delivered per month and 75% of the total lectures delivered failing which she will have to vacate her hostel seat. Students who fail to obtain 25% marks in aggregate in house examination or have lecture shortage will forfeit their hostel seat. No Student will be allowed to leave the hostel in February, prior to preparatory holidays in college. Possession and consumption of any kind of intoxicants in the hostel shall entail expulsion from the hostel. All the residents are required to take their meals in the hostel mess. Minimum 40 meals per month will be charged from each resident. No resident will pass on the key of her room to another resident or to an outsider. Internal locks / latch locks are not permitted to be installed in the hostel room. In case a resident absents herself from classes in the college for seven days continuously without prior permission, she will be asked to vacate the hostel. If a resident student's name is struck off the college rolls for any reason, she will have to vacate the hostel seat. Students who over stay the sanctioned

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the student at the time of hostel admission is found to be fraudulent, the student will be rusticated from the hostel. 7. Only parents / guardians will be allowed to meet their wards from 3:30 pm to 5:30 pm on Saturdays and 10:30am to 1:00pm on Sundays.

Permission to Leave the Hostel


1. Students will not be allowed to leave the hostel before the official teaching is declared off. They are advised to take prior permission from the Principal if they make any travel reservation before this date. If parents want to give a permanent authority to their wards to leave the hostel for tuitions, night - out or home town trip, they must fill the specified form at the time of admission to the hostel and sign the register.

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1. Resident students are expected to arrive a day before the term starts. They are expected to bring their own bedding, bed linen and locks. Furniture will be issued to the resident students against their signature. Each student will be responsible for any breakage or loss of furniture issued to her. Before leaving the hostel she must obtain a 'No Dues' certificate from the warden. Hostel students are not permitted to use private electrical appliances. In case of a default a fine of Rs 500/- will be imposed and the electrical appliance will be confiscated. They are also warned not to tamper with electrical fittings. The college will not be responsible for any mishap. T h e c o l l e g e d o e s n o t t a ke t h e responsibility of valuables (especially mobile phones) and excessive cash of resident students. They are therefore advised not to bring jewellery with them. The college does not take any responsibility for any action of any girl that proves fatal or is detrimental to her social position.

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POSTGRADUATE GOVERNMENT COLLEGE


Sector 46, Chandigarh

Dear Students Postgraduate Govt. College-46 is a promising establishment of higher learning. Recognized in the year 1982 as a college for boys, it morphed into co-educational in the year 1992 and since then, it has been striving to create those traditions which are the characteristics of all good colleges; a respect for the candour and independence of each student, a faculty and curriculum which inspires a love of erudition, for its own sake, and a culture which promotes personal responsibility. A 'NAAC' accredited multi-disciplinary and multi-dimensional educational institution, we cultivate self-confidence, self-discipline, critical thinking and ingenuity. We encourage in the students an enduring passion for learning and compassion for fellow beings thus enabling them to make an upbeat difference in the lives of others through their own dealings and precept. It is with pride that we see ourselves as an educational center that provides a campus comprising of naturally lit, airy classroom clusters, each with its own bright, cheerful atrium open to the sun and sky. Indoor and outdoor spaces traverse and flow into each other, so that students can make optimum use of such facilities. Our students are facilitated in interacting not only with leaders in education but also with talented, professionally developed providers in education. We believe in the maxim Coming together is a beginning. Keeping together is progress. Working together is success.So the stage is set, the props are ready and our students are poised like fledgling birds, keen to grow and reach out to even more enriching and spiritual heights. We are here to provide a platform and work hard backstage to applaud them in all their activities and be with them, behind them and around them. We celebrate and rejoice in their success as we create a niche for ourselves in the field of education. We are looking forward to welcoming you in person to our college.

With best wishes Gurjeet Kaur Mander Principal

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COLLEGE VIGNETTES
1. Affiliated to Panjab University, it has been accredited B+ by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council. The college provides a campus having extensive grounds, well-equipped computer and language laboratories with intranet and internet conveniences, a fully computerized administrative block, aesthetically and acoustically designed auditorium complex and a state-of-the-art library. A wide range of subjects B.A., B.Com, B.C.A. and M. Com. N.E.T. /S.L.E.T. classes for SC/ST/OBC and non- creamy layer are also organized. The college magazine 'Amaranth' encourages the literary and creative bent of mind. The annual issue of the Newsletter highlights the aims and objectives of the students. Various activities, workshops, extension lectures and seminars are organized. Sports activities such as Cricket, Hockey, Volleyball, Weight Lifting, Handball, Judo, Yoga etc. and short term courses in health & skin care cater to the holistic development. NCC wings Army, Navy & Air Force, to instill discipline and code of good conduct 10. NSS units with the motto Not me but you promote selfless service. 11. Guidance and Counseling Cell to provide career oriented information 12. Placement Cell in significant linkage with the corporate and the business agencies gears the students for the outside world. 13. Fee concession & scholarship to the SC/ST/meritorious students. 14. Anti Ragging helpline, Anti-Sexual Harassment and Womens Support helpline ensure a secure environment on the campus. Internal complaints committee redresses the grievances of the students. 15. Hostel facilities available in Government College of Education, Sector 20 and S.I.E., Sector-32, Chandigarh. 16. Educational tours are organised to historical places / Field Trips to Industrial & Business Houses, museums, artgalleries, Radio / T.V. stations to widen the horizon. 17. The Alumni meet is held annually to maintain bond of ex-students with their alma-mater. 18. Annual Tech Riti IT Fest encourages and motivates the students to complete and excel in competitions such as Debugging, Software Development, IT Quiz, Face Painting etc.

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WHOM TO CONTACT
Class/Category/Helpline Co-ordinator, Arts Co-ordinator, Commerce Co-ordinator, BCA Guidance & Counseling Cell (Admission) B.A. I Convener Dr. Yashpal Kaur , Dean Dr. J. K. Sehgal, Vice- Principal Mrs. Deepshikha Mrs. Harinder Kaur Committee No. 1-Dr Harphool Singh Committee No. 2-Dr Hem Nagpal Subject Combinations , Subject change and Monitoring Committee for allotment of seats B.A II B.A. III B. Com I B COM II, III M.Com Ist & IIIrd Semester B.C.A I, II, III Hostel Admission for Boys Hostel Admission for Girls Foreign Students Fee Concession, Students` Aid Scholarship, & SC/ST cases Committee Anti-Stress Helpline Anti-Ragging Helpline Dr. Prem Sagar Venue Room No. 119 Room No. 118 Auditorium Porch First Floor Multi Media Hall Multi Media Hall Multi Media Hall

Mrs. Shashi Wahi Ms. Surrinder Kaur Dr. Surinder Kaur Mr. V. Magesh Mrs. Renu Arora Mr. Inderparkash Dr. Mahender Singh Mrs. Mona Singh Dr. Jyoti Singh Dr. Harphool Singh Sihag

Room No. 111 Room No. 107 Room No.212 Room No 212 Room No. 208 Room No. 218 Room No. 22 Room No. 8 Room No. 108 Room No. S-8

Dr. Karambir Singh Dr. Arun Kumar

Room No. 10 Room No. 119

Intelligence plus character - that is the goal of true education ~ Martin Luther King Jr.

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THE COLLEGE FACULTY


Principal
Dr Gurjeet Kaur Mander

Dean
Dr Yashpal Kaur

Vice Principal
Dr J K Sehgal

FACULTY OF ARTS Defence Studies 1. Harphool Singh Sihag, M.A., Ph.D.

Fine Arts 1. Simmi Arora, M.A., Ph.D. 2. Vacant

Economics 1. Deepshikha, M.A. Hons., M.Phil. 2. Harjinder Singh, M.A. ,M.Phil., PGDHR, P.G.D.B.A. 3. Vandana, M.A., M. Phil., B.Ed. 4. Neelam Rani, M.A., M..Phil., M.B.A., P.G.D.C.A, M.C.A. 5. Vacant

Geography 1. Prem Sagar, M.Sc., M. Phil, Ph.D. 2. Vacant

Hindi 1. Sukhdev Singh Minhas, M.A, Ph.D. 2. Sneh Sharma, M.A., M.Sc., M.B.A., Ph.D.

English 1. Yashpal Kaur, M.A., Ph.D. 2. Surrinder Kaur,M.A., M.Phil. 3. Indu Bala Singh, M.A., M.Phil., Ph.D., Diploma in French 4. Jyoti Singh, M.A., M. Phil., Ph.D. 5. Gurdamanjit Kaur, M.A., M. Phil. 6. Riju Sharma, M.A., B.Ed., P.G.C.T.E., P.G.D.T.E., P.G.D.P.M. 7. Vacant 8. Vacant 9. Vacant 10. Vacant

History 1. Anita Berry, M.A., M. Phil. 2. Mona Singh, M.A., M. Phil. 3. Praveen Chaubey, M.A., LLB. 4. Prashant Gaurav, M.A., B.Ed, B.Lib. Ph. D.

Mathematics 1. Parveen, M.Sc. 2. Dalbir Singh, M.Sc., M.Phil. 3. Inder Parkash, M.Sc., M.Phil.

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Music (Vocal) 1. Kanwar Iqbal Singh, M.A., M. Phil.

Sanskrit 1. Ramandeep Kaur, M.A., Ph.D.

Philosophy 1. Vacant

Sociology 1. Karambir Singh, M.A., M. Phil., Ph.D. 2. Pundit Rao, M.A., M. Phil.

Physical Education 1. Mahender Singh, M.P. Ed. B. Ed (Yoga), Ph. D. FACULTY OF COMMERCE Commerce Political Science 1. Shashi Wahi, M.A., M. Phil. 2. Arun Kumar, M.A., M. Phil. , Ph.D. 3. Gobinda Chandra Sethi, M.A., Ph.D. 1. J K Sehgal, M.Com, Ph.D. 2. Renu Arora, M.Com 3. Amarpreet Singh Sijher, M.Com. (B.S.), PGDFM, HTSM, C.I.C.(Deputed to G.C.C.B.A.,Sector-42) 4. Surinder Kaur, M. Com., Ph. D, MBA, P.G.D.I.M., P.G.D.I.F.M Psychology 1. Rajesh Kumar, M.Sc., P.G. Dip. in Career & Counselling 2. Roshan Lal, M.A., M.Phil., Ph.D., PGDHRM, Advanced Course in Yoga. 5. V. Magesh, M. Com., M.Phil. 6. Bikramjit Kaur, M.Com., Ph.D. (Deputed to G.C.C.B.A., Sector-42) 7. Arvinder Kaur, M.Com., M.F.M. 8. Tanuja Talwar,M. Com., Ph.D. Public Administration 1. Harinder Kaur, M.A., M. Phil. 2. Sahib Singh, M.A., M. Phil, Ph. D 9. Uma Narang, M.Com., Ph.D. 10. Ripan Kumar Grover, M.Com. 11. Mukesh Chauhan, M.Com .(Acct.) & (Bus .Admn.), AICWAI, Ph.D. Punjabi 1. Hem Nagpal, M.A., M. Phil, Ph.D. 2. Sukhdev Singh, M.A., B.Ed., M. Phil. 3. Gurvinder Kaur, M.A., M. Phil. 4. Sarabjit Singh, M.A., M. Phil., Ph.D. 5. Baljit Singh, M.A., B.Ed., Ph.D. 6. Rajinder Singh, M.A., M. Phil. Office Staff 1. A.S.Negi, Supdt. (Establishment) 2. Raj Rani, Supdt. (Accounts) Library Staff 1. Mukesh Kumari, Librarian, M. Com., M.Lib. Sc. 2. Vacant 12. Vacant

All the vacant posts are filled by contractual faculty / guest faculty / resource persons.

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ADMISSION SCHEDULE
Time : 9.00 a.m. onwards

Class B.A.I (50% & above) B.A.I (40% & above) B.A.II B.A.III Foreign students all classes as per the college courses B. Com I

Date 09.07.2012 11.07.2012 11.07.2012 11.07.2012 14.07.2012 09.07.2012

Venue Multi Media Hall Multi Media Hall Room No.111 Room No.107 Room No.108 Centralized Admission as per P.U. Advertisement

B.Com I (De-reservation of seats, Pending cases, if any) B.Com II (Old Students) B.Com III (Old Students) B.Com II & III (New & Pending Cases, if any) B.C.A.-I

16.07.2012 13.07.2012 13.07.2012 16.07.2012 09.07.2012 Room No. 209 Room No. 211 Room No. 207 Centralized Admission in the Auditorium at P.G.G.C.-46,Chandigarh Room No.218 Room No.218 Room No. 218 Room No.218 Room No.207 Room No. 207

B.C.A. I (Dereservation of seats, Pending cases ,if any) B.C.A II (Old Students) B.C.A III(Old Students) B.C.A. II & III (New & Pending Cases, if any) M.Com Ist Semester M.Com Ist Semester
(De-reservation of seats, Pending cases, if any)

16.07.2012 13.07.2012 14.07.2012 21.07.2012 09.07.2012 09.07.2012

M.Com III rd Semester

16.07.2012

Room No. 209

Important
Last date for submission of admission forms of BCA I is 30.06.2012. Provisional merit list for BCA I will be displayed on the college notice board on 06.07.2012 by 1:00 pm.

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ELECTIVE SUBJECTS FOR BA I


For compulsory subjects kindly see detail of undergraduate courses in different colleges on page 7. A student is required to take up three elective subjects in all, selecting one subject combination from any of the following sets of combinations. Subject Combination Groups 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. Adv. & Sales Promotion, Fine Arts, History Adv. & Sales Promotion, Public Admn., Eco. Adv. & Sales Promotion, Psychology, Eco. Adv. & Sales Promotion, Public Admn., History Adv. & Sales Promotion, Mathematics, Eco. Adv. & Sales Promotion, Philosophy, Psy. Adv. & Sales Promotion, Defence Studies, Public Admn. Adv. & Sales Promotion, Fine Arts, Hindi Adv. & Sales Promotion, Hindi, Economics Adv. & Sales Promotion, Fine Arts, Maths Defence Studies, History, Sociology Defence Studies, Philosophy, Sociology Defence Studies, History, Political Science Defence Studies, Phy. Edu., Political Science Defence Studies, History, Adv. & Sales Promotion Defence Studies, Adv. & Sales Promotion, Hindi Defence Studies, History, Punjabi Elective Defence Studies, Sociology, Punjabi Elective Defence Studies, Political Science, Geography Defence Studies, Sociology, Phy. Edu. Economics, Physical Education, Sociology Economics, Philosophy, History Economics, Physical Education, Hindi Economics, Political Science, Geography Economics, Political Science, History Economics, Philosophy, Geography Economics, Sociology, Geography Economics, History, Public Administration Economics, History, Punjabi Elective Economics, Physical Edu., Punjabi Elective English Elective, Psychology, Economics English Elective, Political Science, Economics English Elective, Political Science, History English Elective, Economics, History English Elec., History, Adv. & Sales Promotion Fine Arts, Music Vocal, Hindi 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50. 51. 52. 53. 54. 55. 56. 57. 58. 59. 60. 61. 62. 63. 64. 65. 66. 67. 68. 69. 70. 71. 72. 73. 74. 75. 76. 77. 78. 79. 80. 81. 82. Fine Arts, Political Science, Geography Fine Arts, History, Geography Fine Arts, Public Administration, Geography Fine Arts, History, Hindi Fine Arts, Pol. Science, Public Administration Fine Arts, Sociology, History Fine Arts, Public Administration, History Fine Arts, Music Instrumental, Hindi Fine Arts ,Sociology, Psychology Fine Arts, Adv. & Sales Promotion, Philosophy Fine Arts, Adv. & Sales Promotion, Punjabi Elec. Geography, History, Political Science Geography, History, Public Administration Geography, History, Sociology Geography, Sociology, Hindi Geography, Public Administration, Sociology Geography, Economics, Hindi History, Public Administration, Political Science History, Public Administration, Sociology History, Political Science, Hindi History, Geography, Hindi History, Economics, Geography History, Hindi, Adv. & Sales Promotion History, Defence Studies, Philosophy History, Political Science, Punjabi Elective History, Adv. & Sales Promotion, Punjabi Elec. Mathematics, Economics, Political Science Mathematics, Economics, Sociology Music Instrumental, Music Vocal, Hindi Music Instrumental, Pol Science, Punjabi Elec. Music Instrumental, Fine Arts, Public Adm. Music Vocal, Psychology, Punjabi Elective Music Vocal, Music Instrumental, Punjabi Elec. Music Vocal, Psychology, Hindi Philosophy, Geography, Political Science Philosophy, Geography, History Philosophy ,Political Science, Sanskrit Philosophy, Political Science, Physical Edu. Physical Education, Political Science, Hindi Physical Education, Pol. Science, Punjabi Elec. Physical Education, Pol. Science, Economics Physical Edu., Adv. & Sales Promotion, Hindi Political Science, Geography, Hindi Political Science, Geography, Punjabi Elective Political Science, Public Adm., Economics Political Science, History, Philosophy

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Political Science, Public Adm., Defence Studies Psychology, Public Administration, Sociology Psychology, Political Science, Hindi Psychology, Political Science, Punjabi Elective Psychology, Sociology, Economics Psychology, Political Science, Economics Psychology, Defence Studies, Hindi Psychology, Fine Arts, English Elective Psychology, Hindi, Adv. & Sales Promotion Psychology, English Elective, Defence Studies Public Administration, Economics, Psychology Public Adm., Pol. Science, Physical Education Public Administration, Pol. Science, Psychology Public Adm., Physical Education, Economics Public Adm., Political Science, Geography Punjabi Elec., Adv. & Sales Promotion, Eco. Punjabi Elective, Fine Arts, Music Instrumental,

Important Guidelines Subject Combinations:

regarding

1. The subject combinations are liable to change as per the latest Panjab University instructions. The latest instructions will be displayed on the college notice board. 2. Change of combination is allowed within one month of admission to B.A I and it is subject to the availability of seats in the combination to be taken up. 3. With the permission of the principal, seats in Music (I), Music (V) and Sanskrit can be adjusted for the students who have studied these subjects in 10+2 or equivalent examination. 4. Only those students who have passed 10+2 examination with minimum of 40% marks in Mathematics can opt for Mathematics.

100. Punjabi Elective, Geography, Economics, 101. Punjabi Elective, Economics, Political Science 102. Punjabi Elective ,History, Geography, 103. Punjabi Elec., Phy. Edu., Adv. & Sales Promotion 104. Punjabi Elective, Psychology, Defence Studies 105. Punjabi Elective ,Sociology, Physical Education 106. Punjabi Elective, Pol. Science, Defence Studies 107. Sanskrit, Fine Arts, Hindi 108. Sanskrit, Political Science, Economics 109. Sanskrit, Hindi, Political Science 110. Sanskrit, Adv. & Sales Promotion, Economics 111. Sanskrit, Music Vocal, Fine Arts 112. Sanskrit, Music Vocal, Hindi 113. Sanskrit, Sociology, Philosophy 114. Sanskrit, Political Science , Defence Studies 115. Sanskrit , Economics, Sociology 116. Sociology, Economics, History 117. Sociology, Economics, Public Administration 118. Sociology, Psychology, Philosophy 119. Sociology, History, Hindi 120. Sociology, History, Punjabi Elective 121. Sociology, Physical Education, Hindi 122. Sociology, Economics, English Elective 123. Sociology, Geography, English Elective 124. Sociology, Geography, Punjabi Elective 125. Sociology, Economics , Punjabi Elective 126. Functional English, History, English Elective 127. Functional English, Economics, English (E) 128. Functional English, Psychology, English Elective 129. Functional English, Psychology, Public Adm. 130. Functional English, History, Hindi 131. Functional English, History, Philosophy 132. Functional Eng., Defence Studies, Eng. Elective

Instructions and Eligibility Criteria for taking up the subject


Physical Education : 1. Physical Education can be taken up by those students who have either studied the subject in the previous class or have participated in Inter School/State/Open State tournaments. Certificates in this regard should be produced at the time of interview. 2. As per the new guidelines of the Panjab University, the admission of students in Physical Education shall be finalized after conducting a Physical Fitness Test. The subject will be offered to physically fit students. 3. The admission to sports quota (i.e. 2%) will be done on the basis of gradation issued by the appropriate authority. 4. The practical class is compulsory as per the Dept. /College time table. BCA BCA I, II and III list of subjects is available under the Self Financing Courses category of the common portion of the Prospectus. Please refer to Details Various Colleges / prospectus for course conditions, admission important information of Courses Offered at RIE section of the description, eligibility rules or any other

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GOVERNMENT COLLEGE OF COMMERCE AND BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION


Sector 42, Chandigarh

Dear Students, We are extremely happy to welcome you to Government College of Commerce and Business Administration sector 42, Chandigarh. Government College of Commerce and Business Administration (GCCBA) started in 2006 with an objective to provide quality education and excellence in ever-changing field of Commerce and Business Administration. GCCBA aims to be an institute of academic excellence with total commitment to quality education in Commerce, Management and related fields, with a holistic concern for better life, environment and society. It provides an ideal environment for every student to "Know Explore and Grow" which is our college motto. The college strongly believes in the wholesome growth of its students and provides them every opportunity and facility to learn in every way, thus playing the role of a catalyst in synergizing the efforts of its stakeholders. Our academic work-culture focuses on the use of latest education aid, case study method, mentoring and the organization of workshop and seminars on various issues in the field of commerce and business administration via which we try to act as a nodal unit for augmenting quality activities. Each and every member of our family is participating tirelessly in the creation of a learner-centric environment conducive for quality education with the co-operation of all the sections of the institution. Together, my teaching faculty and staff strive for an all-round development of students by helping them to develop their potential with the best use of the available opportunities in academics, sports, cultural and other extra-curricular activities. This in turn helps them to feel confident and proud achievers in their selected fields. I would like the students joining this college to enjoy their stay with us for next three years and remember that the college life plays a significant role in shaping one's career and therefore, has to be used meaningfully and creatively more so, because a large percentage of eligible students aspiring for higher education do not get the opportunity to be the part of this college. The golden rule must be followed to adhere to truth, love, justice and duty. Truth alone shall prevail "Satya Meva Jayate". So let's strive to achieve greater heights, "To get together in the Beginning; To stay together in Progress; To work together in Success" With Best Wishes Manjit Kaur Principal

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TOWARDS A BETTER CITIZEN/INDIVIDUAL


Educational institutions serve to provide a platform to develop in the youth a sense of responsibility towards the society they live in. Our College aims for a holistic development of personality with a humane and global outlook. For this the college endeavours to provide various outreach programmes to its students so as to make them better individuals along with academics.

Our Mission is to :
4 Empower students with all the knowledge and guidance. Learner Centric activities. Impart value framework that is Global yet National. Develop social consciousness. Provide a nurturing environment. and motivating

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Our Motto
Know, Explore and Grow Envisions the very essence and philosophy of the college. We endeavour to inspire, them to know and to explore with that knowledge and exposition to grow in academics, cultural and co-curricular activities.

To become a global personality, well equipped to deal with the modern world challenges. Holistic development of personality with a humane and global outlook. Carve a niche for our college in the specialized field of commerce and management.

Our Vision
Commitment to Quality Education in Commerce, Management and related fields, with a Holistic concern for Better life, Environment and Society.

We need to get bold. We need to get together. We need to get moving. And we need to do it now. Join us and let's KNOW EXPLORE GROW

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ABOUT THE COLLEGE


Government College of Commerce and Business Administration (GCCBA) is the only college in Chandigarh dealing exclusively with the streams of commerce and management. Approval to start the college was granted by His Excellency, General (Retd.) S. F. Rodrigues, the then Governor of Punjab, and Administrator, UT Chandigarh in September 2006. This college was a dream child of the then Director Higher Education Mrs. Raji P. Srivastava and Professor Pahlad Aggarwal, Deputy Director Higher Education. The trailblazing team of Professor Bhupinder Singh as the founder principal, Dr. Rosy Walia and Mr. Amarpreet Singh as founder lecturers and Mr. Bal Krishan Sharma as administrative office in-charge undertook the mammoth task of starting the new professional college from scratch. What you see today is the flowering of the seeds sown by them.

(Fully Air Conditioned)

server and LAN connection throughout the college and is accessible to staff and students. The administrative office, principal's office, staff room, and library also have Internet facility and the Wi-Fi capability.

Seminar Room
The college takes pride in having a very well equipped, fully air-conditioned and acoustically well maintained Seminar Room. In use throughout the year, it is witness to many artistic, academic and cultural activities being hosted by the college. Eminent speakers and other noted personalities have been visiting the college and sharing their pool of knowledge, wisdom and skill set with the students and faculty in the form of lectures, debates and discussions, workshops and so on.

Infrastructure
The college is presently operating from a temporarily allotted (Female Literacy) Building in Sector 42. It has 10 classrooms, a computer laboratory in addition to a library, an administrative office, a principal's office and a staff room.

Library
Government College of Commerce and Business Administration (GCCBA) Library has been set up on modernized platform and caters to the information needs of the students, faculty and staff members of the college. It has a comprehensive collection of literature predominantly related to management and its allied subjects to meet the information needs of its users. Most of the library's activities are computerized using "LlBSYS", an integrated library software package. The library has set up 3I (Information Infrastructure for Institution) network to provide management, business, industry, environment, and economic information to the users. The Library has a good collection of books which include textbooks, reference books, general books and non-book materials. The library has installed local area network (LAN) within the library. The library has access to approximately 2100 e-journals 51,000 e-books and 07 bibliographic online databases through N-LIST Programme of UGCINFONET.

Smart Classrooms
The college has ultra modern state of the art air conditioned Smart classrooms with OHP's, multi media projectors, digital display boards, computer consoles and well mounted screens, wooden dual desks of the latest design and ergonomics are provided for the students for their comfort. Computers with internet facility and Wi-Fi connectivity are provided in the classrooms to encourage online and research based teaching.

Computer Laboratory
The college has a state-of-the-art computer lab consisting of 20 computers along with one

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COLLEGE RESULTS

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Note: The result of BBA I (2010-11) of 53.49% was higher than the University pass percentage of 40.49%

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ACTIVITIES AT A GLANCE
Prize Distribution Function
The college holds its Annual Prize Distribution function at the end of the session every year. Prizes are distributed to the students on the basis of academics, cultural, sports and cocurricular activities held at the college , intercollege and University level during the academic session. Academic prizes: These are awarded on the basis of a. Position held by the student in PU exams and notified activities in the official gazette. b. Combined results in House Exams, provided student is declared pass and obtains at least 50% marks. Other Awards Roll of Honour is awarded for (a) Excellence in Academics; (b) Excellence in Sports; (c) Co-curricular activities . College Colour is awarded on the Annual Prize Distribution day to: 1. A student getting distinction in Sports at University/Inter University/National level. 2. A student for excellence in co-curricular activities including NCC/NSS/Cultural activities. 1. Athletics 2. Cricket 3. Badminton 4. Volleyball 5. Football 6. Kabaddi

Parent Teacher Meet


Whenever a situation arises to consult the parents /guardians about absenteeism of the student, to improve his/her performance, discipline and general conduct, the parents are called to meet the Principal and HOD. Parentteacher meets are held twice during the session in which parents are apprised of various academic and co-curricular activities as well as the achievements of the college.

Placement Cell
There is a Placement Cell in the college to look after the professional interests of students. The cell lays special emphasis on improving personality and group discussion abilities of students. The placement cell has been arranging employment/summer placements for a large number of students every year along with Industrial trips for the Final year students of B.Com and BBA.

Sports
Sports play a vital role in the development of human personality. Even though the college does not have a fully equipped Physical Education department, it endeavors to provide ample opportunities for students to participate in indoor and outdoor sports. The college provides ample opportunities for students to develop their potential and to express themselves through a variety of co-curricular and extracurricular activities. The College offers students opportunities to learn and excel in the following sports:

Career Counseling
The College firmly believes in preparing the students for a productive career in future. Provision of academic inputs is essential but certainly not sufficient to meet this goal. Therefore the college helps the students in planning their future after they graduate from the college. The college arranges seminars and interactive sessions involving prospective employers to enable the students to know about various career opportunities that await them. In the past our students have been recruited by some of the industries/banks. Students are encouraged to seek guidance

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from the concerned faculty members regarding job opportunities, etc. The college has designated career counselors for this purpose specifically.

Alumni Association
An association of old students of our College has been functioning for the last two years and an annual get- together is held every year in the month of March. It helps to promote the interest of the ex-students in Alma Mater and they keep in touch with the teachers and present students through various activities. The association also organizes Fresher's Party for college students along with various talent hunt programmes for the new entrants to the college. YuvClique: This year for the first time Gestione members in collaboration with Infomatics IT Society organized the Yuv Clique 2012 a mega Management cum IT fest on 29th February 2012, which showcased the creativity and zeal of the faculty and students who had put in all efforts to organize this show. Various events spread over a day like toggle, Ad Sell, Ramp Walk, face painting, skit etc were organized. Students and participants from and in and around Chandigarh colleges participated in the event.

Cleanliness, Socio-Economic Skills Development, Leadership and Personality Development. Every Student who wishes to join N.S.S. has to fill up the enrolment form latest by August. Outstanding volunteers are awarded special merit certificates and College Color.

College Societies
The college has a vibrant campus life that continuously seeks to give the students the opportunity to develop their talent and hone their skills. Students can and do participate in variety of activities throughout the year in various college societies: The Gender Sensitization Society, The Literary Society, The Environment Awareness Society, The Drug Awareness Society, The Management Club and The IT Society. Various events like Inter-class debate, declamation , poem recitation, essay writing, Story writing, Slogan writing , Quizzes , Computer games are conducted from time to time to explore the hidden talents of the students.

Youth Festival
Besides academics, in co-curricular activities too, our students get the opportunity to participate in the various events of Panjab University's Heritage and Youth Festival and Inter College Management and I.T. Fests organized by the Commerce and I.T. department of various colleges. In this session, our students won prizes in Table-Tennis, Quiz, Short story writing and essay writing competitions.

National Service Scheme (N.S.S.)


The College NSS Unit is very actively involved in the service of the underprivileged sections of society. It aims at inculcating human values, dignity of labour, self confidence and discipline among the volunteers. Some of the college NSS projects are Blood Donations, College Campus

God does not require us to succeed, he only requires us to try. ~ Mother Teresa
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WHOM TO CONTACT
Category Coordinator Admissions Convenor Admissions (BCom) Convenor Admissions (BBA) Anti-Ragging Cell Hostel Incharge (Boys) Hostel Incharge (Girls) Sexual Harassment NSS Incharge (Boys) NSS Incharge (Girls) Registrar Examinations Sports IT and Computer Lab Scholarship Cultural Activity Incharge Anti-Drugs Society IT Society Management Club Anti-Stress Society Bus Pass College Landline College Fax Name Dr. Rosy Walia Amarpreet Singh Sijher Dr. Rajiv Salwan Dr. Rosy Walia Dr. Rajiv Salwan Dr. Rosy Walia Dr. Rosy Walia Amarpreet Singh Sijher Dr. Rosy Walia Dr. Rajiv Salwan Dr. Rajiv Salwan Amarpreet Singh Sijher Dr. Rajiv Salwan Dr. Bikramjit Kaur Amarpreet Singh Sijher Amarpreet Singh Sijher Dr. Rosy Walia Dr. Amarnath Sharma Dr. Amarnath Sharma 9417157576 0172-2676670 0172-2600094 8146312026 Contact Number 9888409177 9876631063 9888400290

Success seems to be connected to action, successful people keep moving, they make mistakes, but they dont quit. ~ Conrad Hilton

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ADMISSION SCHEDULE
Time : 9.00 a.m. onwards

Class BBA I

Date of Admission 09.07.2012

Remarks 1. The Merit list will be displayed on 06.07.2012 on the college notice board. 2. Centralized admission will be held in GCCBA-42, Chd.

B.Com-I

To be announced by Panjab University 12.07.2012

Centralized Admission at Panjab University www.puchd.ac.in

B.Com II & BBA II (Existing Students) B.Com III & B.B.A III (Existing Students) B.Com II,III & B.B.A. II,III (Vacant Seats)

13.07.2012

14.07.2012

Last date for submission of forms against vacant seats is 30th June 2012

Note: i.

The forms for centralized admission in Government Colleges for BBA have to be submitted in GCCBA-42 Chandigarh. The last date for submission of forms is 30th June 2012. Last date for submission of forms against vacant seats for new students of B.Com II, B.Com III, BBA II and BBA III is 30th June 2012.

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Please refer to Details of Courses Offered at Various Colleges/Institute section of the prospectus for course description, eligibility conditions, admission rules or any other important information

Those who are lifting the world upward and onward are those who encourage more than criticize. ~ Elizabeth Harrison

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REGIONAL INSTITUTE OF ENGLISH


Sector 32, Chandigarh

Set amidst sylvan surroundings, the Regional Institute of English (RIE) was established in 1963 under a scheme of the Government of India to address the educational needs of Chandigarh, Jammu & Kashmir, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh and Punjab. Located in the midst of educational institutions, it offers an ambience conducive to the growth of learning. The functioning of the Institute is within the purview of the Chandigarh Administration. It works in collaboration with the English and Foreign Languages University (EFL-U), Hyderabad under a Government of India Scheme. It also collaborates with the CBSE, NCTE, NCERT, British Council, USEFI, RELO: American Centre, New Delhi in research projects and training programmes. Having enlarged its scope of activities since its inception, the Institute has expanded its zone of functioning in teacher training by including different levels of school education while also addressing direct teaching at the level of college education. It is instrumental in organizing in-service Programs. It is a pioneer in introducing multi-media based techniques in teaching English having benefited more than 4000 teachers in the last five years. It introduced three new courses in 2010-11. A 100 hour course in Personal Development for students of UT Administration, Colleges, CTOSS for UT Administration Schools and AUSEP, a four week teacher education course in ELT for Afghan undergraduates/graduates in collaboration with Asia Foundation, New Delhi and Department of States and Cultural Affairs, USA. With Best Wishes Sharda Kaushik Director

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INFRASTRUCTURE AND FACILITIES


The Institute has developed and maintained several infrastructural and academic facilities conducive to the learning of a second language. It is known for its excellence in teaching strategies, research and outreach programmes, the library and well reputed staff. studio lights and AVID programme in the editing suite which is essential for film making. Students are encouraged to make short films.

Primary Resource Centre


The centre is set up with a view to familiarize the primary school teachers with the materials that are not otherwise available to them. There are more than 1000 books in the centre library including language teaching posters, charts, and CDs. The teachers of primary classes are invited for workshops that focus on apprising the teachers with the latest methods of teaching young learners.

Library
The Institute has a well-equipped library which stocks a rich collection of books on ELT, L i n g u i s t i c s , P h o n e t i c s & P h o n o l o g y, Communication Skills, and English Literature along with journals and multimedia software to promote language learning. The computerized library facilitates easy access to books.

Classrooms Multimedia Language Lab


The Institute is a pioneer in establishing a computerized multimedia language lab with 31 computers and hi-tech software like Sky Pronunciation Suite and Study Skills Success to enhance Communication Skills. The Language Lab has an LCD projector for demonstrating and enhancing the presentation skills and Multimedia teaching skills of the students and teacher trainees. Another language lab has been established for MA (English) students with 24x7 internet connection. The Institute has air conditioned classrooms with comfortable furniture and modern gadgets to facilitate the teaching learning experience.. There are separate tutorial rooms for providing special attention to students and trainees.

Hostel Accommodation Recreation Facilities

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Media Centre
The media centre is equipped with an Interactive board, a portable computer system with LCD projector. Instructional materials on the teaching and learning of English include CD-ROMs, films and audio tapes.

The Institute provides comfortable accommodation with modern amenities to the male participants attending its programmes. With a capacity to accommodate 30 occupants at a time the hostel offers the following facilities: Computers with Internet Satellite Television Co-operative Mess Indoor and outdoor games

Studio
It is a film production center which is well equipped with a complete unit for the purpose. It has a high definition camera Sony PD 170,
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Gymnasium
The Institute also provides a gym with modern exercise machines for cardio and body building machines. Yoga training is also provided to the participants by a professional yoga trainer.

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WHOM TO CONTACT
Class/Category/Helpline Overall coordinator Advisory committee MA English Public Relations/ Foreign students Committee for Counseling Coordinators Dr Sharda Kaushik, Director Dr Pooja Sharma Ms Namrata, PRO Dr Gunbir Kaur (PGCTE) Dr Pooja Sharma (M.A English) Hostel Admissions/Office Related Queries Dr Gunbir Kaur, Hostel Warden Dr Pooja Sharma Ms Sneh Lata Mr Jatinder Kumar Committee for Anti-Stress Ms Sneh lata Mr Jatinder Kumar Committee For Scholarships Committee For Fee Concessions Anti Ragging Helpline Ms Vandana Lunyal Dr Pooja Sharma Dr Gunbir Kaur Dr Pooja Sharma 208 207 209 207 Office 111 Office (108 111) 210/0172-2676008 207-209 Room No/Phone no. 101

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FACULTY
Sharda Kaushik, Director PhD, Panjab University, Chandigarh; Certificate in News Production (Internship), CNN, Atlanta, USA; MS TV-Radio, Syracuse University, Syracuse, USA; Certificate in Online Course for Using Web-based Resources For Teaching English, University of Oregon, USA; MA in Teaching English as a Foreign Language, Reading University, Reading, UK; PGDTE, CIEFL, Hyderabad Namrata Parmar, Assistant Professor UGC(NET) Qualified; TESOL Online course in teaching Fundamentals of English , University of Wisconsin,USA; MA(Eng), Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar; BA(Eng Hons), Guru Nanak Dev University

Associate Professor(Deputationist) Vacant

Bindu Bajwa, Associate Professor PhD, Panjab University, Chandigarh Certificate in Online Course in Critical Thinking Skills, University of Oregon, USA; Professional Development Programme in Teaching Leadership, University of Maryland, USA; PGDTE, CIEFL, Hyderabad; M Ed, Panjab University, Chandigarh; B Ed, Panjab University, Chandigarh; MA (Eng), Panjab University, Chandigarh

Assistant Professor

vacant

Preeti Sharda, Librarian PhD, Panjab University, Chandigarh; M Lib & Info. Science, Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra; B Lib & Info. Science, Panjab University, Chandigarh; B Com, Rajasthan University, Jaipur

Vandana Lunyal, Associate Professor MA in English Language Teaching and Multimedia, University of Warwick, UK; MPhil (Eng), Punjabi University, Patiala; PGDTE, CIEFL, Hyderabad; PG Diploma in Distance Education, IGNOU, New Delhi; MA (Eng), Punjabi University, Patiala; Online course in English for specific purposes, Best Practices, University of Oregon, USA.

Kanwar Randeep Singh, Technical Assistant MSc(IT), Punjab Technical University; PGDCA, Punjab Technical University; Diploma in ECE, CCET, Chandigarh; BA, Panjab University, Chandigarh

James Havener, Senior English Language Fellow sponsored by Georgetown University, Washington, DC and US State Department joined the institute in the year 2011-2012.

Gunbir Kaur, Associate Professor PhD, Panjab University, Chandigarh; PGDTE, EFLUHyderabad; Certificate Course in Teaching of English (IGNOU); Diploma in Creative Writing in English (IGNOU); MPhil (Eng), Panjab University, Chandigarh; MEd, Punjabi University, Patiala; MA (Eng), Panjab University, Chandigarh Administrative Staff Sneh Lata, Superintendent Surinder Kaur, Accountant Parveen Pawar, Steno Prem Lata, Caretaker Jatinder Kumar, Jr Asst, Hostel Superintendent Pooja Sharma, Assistant Professor PhD, Panjab University, Chandigarh; UGC (NET) Qualified; Certificate Course in Teaching Soft Skills (Haryana Government Sponsored); MA (Eng), Gold Medalist, Panjab University, Chandigarh; BA (Hons) in English, Panjab University, Chandigarh Please refer to Details Various Colleges / prospectus for course conditions, admission important information of Courses Offered at RIE section of the description, eligibility rules or any other

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