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Yamunanagar - 135 001 Best Women College of Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra College with Potential for Excellence NAAC Accredited Grade "A"
Five essential skills that a positive leader must have if he/she wants to succeed in increasing the involvement of his/her group. First skill that a leader must have is the skill of building trust by trusting others. It means having a basic faith in people, a strong faith that people are essentially trustworthy. This trust is built not just because you are trustworthy but it is built by demonstrating trust building behaviour and the most significant of these behaviours is to trust others.
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Another skill that develops a positive relationship between the leader and the group is mentoring. An effective leader must give and receive feedback on the performance of the group and guide and counsel them in a way that increases the level of commitment. The group or the team must regularly be conveyed how they are performing and are made comfortable enough to discuss their needs with their manager for further growth and development. Inclusiveness is another skill that a good leader must have and this inclusion of each member of the team increases the level of commitment of the members of the team. An effective leader has the skill of identifying the strengths of each member of the group and knows how to get the best out of each person. A good leader knows well that people with different values can work together effectively when they are committed to the same values and standards of work performance. A good leader makes its team aligned with the purpose, values and vision of the organization; helps them see the connection between what they do and the success of the organization; understands that increasing the owning level of the team with the organization's values would automatically enhance the performance standards of the team. An effective leader must concentrate on developing the leadership potential of each member of the group and focus on developing a shared leadership approach for improving the level of performance. All these skills are interdependent. That is, you have to build trust before you can be effective at mentoring and mentoring skill will be effective at inclusion and alignment. These skills don't come naturally to many persons. It takes time in developing them. But these can sure be developed and learnt with constant practice and training.
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V. it regularly adds on in the form of job-oriented innovative courses. an air-conditioned (2) library with internet facility. the College has set up high standards in academics. Yamuna Nagar is accredited ‘A’ by NAAC and granted the status of “College with Potential for Excellence” by UGC. a courageous pioneer of femaleeducation in modern India. our play stood third. We are in the process of introducing a gym and a swimming pool in the hostel from this session. infrastructure. We offer the best of the facilities to our over 4500 students. (3) . this session too. including the college faculty. Yamuna Nagar has always taken lead in enriching the old with the dynamism and freshness of the new. DAV College for Girls. State of-the-art Mass Communication Lab. held at Guru Nanak Dev University. Keeping pace with the rapid changes in technology and its use for education. With 4 academic blocks including 58 classrooms. 2 air-conditioned Audio-Visual rooms. a number ever increasing each year during the last decade. and has adopted projects dedicated to community service. Kolkatta. 9 guest rooms. Always sensitive and responsive to the needs of the society. a Tumble Dryer. the desire to succeed and the urge to reach one's full potential. 4 common rooms. College for Girls. the college started Job Oriented Evening Courses for housewives and working women from the session 2009-2010. It organizes national and international level seminars. Easily recognised as the Best Women College of the state. all constitute part of the massive infrastructure consolidated over the last 10 years. The college also won the 'Ratnavali' Haryana State Level Festival Runner-up trophy held at Kurukshetra University. our One-Act Play got second prize and later on in National Youth Festival held at Kalyani University. the college also accommodates 600 students from suburbs and neighbouring states in two hostel buildings and makes every possible effort to make their stay here homely and comfortable with a modern kitchen. we have equipped ourselves with 4 smart class rooms and 36 LCD projectors over the last two years. In addition to this. D. Internet Café for students. Fire-Fighting System and a fully air-conditioned Auditorium with a capacity of 500 seats. a Gym fitted with latest machines and gadgets. With ambitious and diligent students and a deeply committed and sincere faculty. Jacuzzi Steam Bath. Kalyani. Keeping our students at par with the metropolitan standards.A. we have introduced Wi-Fi campus with the Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) System last year to enable on-line registration. programmes. the college won the Overall Best Performance trophy for the seventh consecutive year in November 2012 with 5 items recommended and 9 items commended. In North Zone Inter University Youth Festival. the college has established itself as a multifaculty post-graduate institution with special emphasis on academics. 3 seminar rooms. we achieved 53 university positions and 162 merit positions in the examinations held at the end of the session 2011-2012 by Kurukshetra University. to do further research. a Hydro Extractor. internet facility. West Bengal in February this year. Again. Kurukshetra on Haryana Day. Over the years. Amritsar in November. 68 labs including 22 computer labs with 500 computers.COLLEGE PROFILE Established in 1958. in Inter Zonal Youth Festival of Kurkshetra University. 24 hour power back-up. a tuck-shop. It is a matter of great pride and happiness that the college won the Overall Best Performance Trophy in the Zonal Youth Festival of Kurukshetra University for the tenth consecutive year in October 2012 with 15 items recommended and 7 commended. Naturopathy Centre with excellent facilities like Sauna Bath. sports and cultural achievements by inculcating in its students the will to win. The college aims at imparting holistic education to its students. It believes in inculcating traditional and cultural values amongst its students. sports and cultural excellence. The college has been encouraging academicians. Nourishing its strong roots in the teachings of the great sage Swami Dayanand Saraswati. New Delhi. washing machines with 50 kg load capacity. conferences and workshops which provide a forum for the intelligentsia to express their views on diverse subjects. Dedicated to educate the women in particular and masses in general. notices and attendance for their benefit and a smoother and more efficient working and administration. Today we can boast of an impressive infrastructure to support the ever-increasing ambitions of our students. admission.
Commerce Post Graduate Course • M. (4) PROGRAMMES & COURSES OFFERED ARTS FACULTY B.A. Computer Applications (Vocational) • B. Bio-Informatics • B.Com Compulsory Subjects for TDC Part-I Students of All Streams • Computer Education • Environmental Studies (5) . Fashion Designing • B. The college is known not only for its achievements in the field of education and co-curricular activities but also for its services to the community. During this session. Mass Communication Honours Courses in: • English • Economics • Mathematics • Psychology Post Graduate Courses • English • Economics • Applied Yoga and Health • Human Rights and Value Education • P. our students won prizes in 28 events with 6 first. Medical • B.G. Computer Applications (Vocational) • B. Gandhian Studies Centre and Nehru studies Centre.Sc.Sc. General • B.C.Sc. out of 35 events we participated in. Ms. Industrial Microbiology (Vocational) Post Graduate Courses • Computer Science (Software) • Mathematics • PGDCA COMMERCE FACULTY • B.Over the last 10 years. on international level. Kerala. During the last 8 years we retained the first position in sports among the women colleges of Kurukshetra University and the second position among all the 465 affiliated colleges of the university. and N. the college has established a 'Sports Culture' among the students by investing heavily in sports infrastructure. while on state level.A.Com.Sc. Bio-Technology • B. a rare achievement for a women college.Com. Vivekanand Studies Centre. units of the college also organize activities and camps for the students to develop their organizational skills and to create opportunities for them to realize their true potential and become responsible citizens and confident individuals. The college provides a rare opportunity to the senior citizens to have an access to computer education free of cost. The NSS unit of the college organizes Blood Donation Camp every year in which the staff and the students participate enthusiastically for the noble cause of humanity. Non-Medical • B.A. But this year we crossed the bar and achieved the rare distinction of achieving the first position among all the colleges of the university.S.Sc. Advertising.G.Com.Com.A. intellectual and spiritual development of the students through various activities organized by these centres.Sc. E. • B. On national level. 5 third and 8 fourth positions. The students and staff of the college keep on contributing to financial and material aid at the time of natural calamities. 4 bronze and eight 4th positions. • B. 8 second. Computer Sc. 14 silver.Sc. Diploma in Nutrition & Dietetics SCIENCE FACULTY • B. with following subjects: • English • Hindi • Sanskrit • Punjabi • Economics • Political Science • History • Sociology • Psychology • Home Science • Music (V) • Music (I) • Mathematics • Public Administration • Computer Science • Statistics • Functional English • Dance • Fine Arts • Health and Physical Education • Human Rights & Value Education B. Diploma in Yoga Therapy • P. Banking and Insurance • B.C. Sales Promotion & Sales Management (Vocational) • B. The N.Com.Sc. All these centres also offer short-term courses to the students to acquaint them with the life and philosophy of these great men and promote the social.C. The college also runs 4 UGC centres for the purpose of research and teaching both in Women Studies Centre. our students won 9 gold. Latika of M. (Yoga) won a gold medal in Asian Kurash Championship held at Kochi.S.
A. College for Girls.Add-On COURSES • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Catering Management & Applied Nutrition (Enterpreneurship & Food Service Management) Certificate Course in Gandhian Studies Certificate Course in Human Rights Certificate Course in Nehru Studies Certificate Course in Vivekanand Studies Certificate Course in Women Studies Computer Graphics & Animation Cosmetology and Personality Grooming Data Care Management Foundation Course in Human Rights Tally Theatre Web Designing & Office Automation Yoga and Naturopathy (Certificate Course) Yoga and Naturopathy (Diploma) Bakery and Confectionery Medical Lab Technology Hospital Management (Open for outsiders also) EVENING COURSES • • • • • • • • • M.A. Post Graduate Diploma in Web Designing and Office Automation: Post Graduate Diploma in Skin and Hair Therapy Post Graduate Diploma in Computer Graphics & Animation.V. in Applied Yoga and Health (Co-Educational) (New) Post-Graduate Diploma in Computer Applications Post-Graduate Diploma in Guidance and Counselling Post-Graduate Diploma in Yoga Therapy Post Graduate Diploma in Retail Management. PG Diploma in Translation (English-Hindi-English) (6) DIPLOMAS (Certificate Awarded by D. (7) .Yamunanagar) • • • • • • • • Advance Diploma in Cosmetology Advance Diploma in Fashion Designing Advance Diploma in Interior Designing Diploma in Cosmetology & Personality Grooming Diploma in Fashion Designing Diploma in Fashion Merchandising & Marketing Diploma in Interior Designing Diploma in Web Designing HOBBY COURSES • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Art & Craft Basic Computers Cartooning Collage Making Cutting & Tailoring e-Fashion Guitar Jewellery Designing Make Up (3D) Mehandi Naturopathy (Treatment) Poster Making Rangoli Pistol Shooting Water Colour Painting • Basic Beauty • Quilling • Casio • Computer Graphics & Animation • Dance • Gift Wrapping • Gym • Make Up • Make Up(Professional) • Modern & Herbal Cosmetics Making • Oil Painting • Pot Decoration • Self Grooming • Sketching • Yoga & Naturopathy New Additions * For fee structure please consult the college Website * Please note that the fee once paid will not be refunded in any case.UGC SPONSORED .
11.Com–I ( Advertising) & BA-I (Mass Communication).-III (Political Science).2013 to 30.2013 to 01.2013 16.2013 onwards is Note : Student found absent after 06.-I (Public Administration).A.2014 to 21. 5. Add-on-course in Web Designing and Office Automation is compulsory for BCA Part I.01. 100/.2013 to 15.Com-II (All Streams) Add-on-Course in Bakery and Confectionery is compulsory for Home Science Students of B.A-I and optional for others.-I (Medical).04. Six Month Foundation Course in Human Rights is compulsory for the students of B. 11.-II (History) Six Month Certificate Course in Vivekananda Studies compulsory for the students of M.A.12. Add – on-Course in Computer Graphics and Animation is compulsory for B.2014 will be fined Rs.2014 : 16. App.07.07.per day.A. 8.07.01.A.per day 3) Classes begin FOR SEMESTER IV & VI 1) Classes begin : 06.2014 02. 10.01.-II (Comp.07. Six Month Certificate Course in Nehru Studies is compulsory for the students of B.2013 16.06.2013 17. 7.07.2013 to 15.03.2014 01.07. (9) . 100/.2014 to 30.A.in A) For Under Graduate & Post Graduate Courses (Semester I & II) Admissions Teaching Odd Semester Examinations Winter Vacation Teaching Even Semester Examinations Summer Vacation (2013-14) : : : : : : : 01. Add-on-Course in Medical Lab Technology is compulsory for the students of B.12.05. For students of other classes this programme is optional. Six Month Certificate Course in Gandhian Studies is compulsory for the students of B.-III (Home Science) Spoken English Course is compulsory for TDC-II(All Streams) & PG Ist Year Six Month Certificate Course in Women Studies is compulsory for the students of Women Cell.07. Yoga Part-I.2013 to 15.01.Sc. Add-on-course in Tally is compulsory for the students of B. 4.12.12.01.2014 01.Sc. 15.07.2013 to 16. Six Month Certificate Course in Human Rights is compulsory for the students of B.2014 02.A.07. 3.2014 Note: Classes will begin from 16-07-2013 ADMISSION & TEACHING SCHEDULE FOR SEMESTER III & V 1) Admission without Late Fee 2) Admission with Late Fee of Rs.2014 onwards 07. 9.2013 to 01.12. IMPORTANT NOTE Personality Development Programme for Post Graduate and Under Graduate final year classes is compulsory. Add-on-course in Entrepreneurship & Food Science Management is compulsory for the students of B. Add-on-Course in Data Care Management is compulsory for B. 13.2014 to 30.1.06.2013 : : 01. II (Political Science).2013 01.2014 to 30.01. 12.2013 to 20. 2.2014 to 31.05.04.2013 17. (8) SCHEDULE FOR THE ACADEMIC SESSION 2013-2014 For on line admission log on to Website: davyamunanagar. 14.2014 B) For Post-Graduate Diplomas (Annual System) Admissions 1st Term Winter Vacation 2nd Term Examinations Summer Vacation (2013-14) : : : : : : 01.07.).05.2014 07. 6.2013 16.05.
Sociology. R . Fine Arts. Music (I). Fine Arts. Maths Psychology Sociology. Maths. Phy. Sociology.E. Music (V). Music (V). Dance. Political Science. H . Political Science. Physical Education. Music (I). History. Music (I). Home Science.. Music (V) ALLOWED E c o n o m i c s . P u b l i c Administration. Fine Arts. Functional English. Phy. H i s t o r y. Functional English. Physical Education Economics. Edu. Sociology. Maths. Psychology. Psychology. Music (V).. Maths. Fine Arts. Maths. Music (I). Education. . Physical Education. V. Statistics. H i s t o r y. Administration. Dance. V. Home Science. Psychology..The Following Combinations of Subjects for the Session 2013-2014 are Allowed/Not-allowed in Humanities Group SUBJECT Hindi. Computer Science . Edu. Languages. (11) . Statistics. M a t h s . S o c i o l o g y. Computer Science. History Economics. Home Science. Functional English. Functional English Computer Science. Home Science. Fine Arts. Statistics. Languages. . Functional English. S t a t i s t i c s . History. E . Statistics.R. Dance. Functional English. Fine Arts. . History. Statistics. (10) History. Economics. HRVE. Sociology. History. Music (V).. Music (V). Economics. Public Administration. Political Science. Music (I).R. Public Administration. Music (V). Economics. Public Administration. Phy. Fine Arts. H. Home Science. Music (I). S o c i o l o g y. Music (V). Political Science. Economics. Political Science Economics Languages. Music (V). HRVE. Public Administration. Sociology. H. Psychology. H. Languages. H. Functional English Public Administration E c o n o m i c s . Dance. Dance. H . Education. Music (V). Music (I). R . H . Political Science.V. Psychology Languages. Home Science. Public Administration.R. NOT ALLOWED S o c i o l o g y. Fine Arts.. Statistics. Statistics. Psychology. Functional English. Computer Science Phy.E. Languages. Public Political Science. M a t h s . Education.V. Fine Arts. M a t h s . Functional English. Functional English. Statistics. E . P s y c h o l o g y.E. Home Science.R.E. E . Languages. Music (I). Dance . Computer Science.R.V. Languages.. Phy.R. Administration. Computer Science. Statistics. Dance. Languages.E. History. SUBJECT Music (I). Maths. Punjabi. Political Science. Psychology. Home Science. Economics. Political Science. Maths. S t a t i s t i c s . Phy. H. Music (V). P u b l i c Administration. Fine Arts. Dance. Public Administration. R . Phy. Music (I). Dance. Home Science. V. Computer Science. History. Dance. Compter Science. Political Science. Computer Science.V. Sociology. Maths. NOT ALLOWED Home Science.V. Dance. Computer Science. Physical Education. Psychology. F u n c t i o n a l English. E. Education. Fine Arts. Computer Science. Public Political Science. Sociology. Home Science. Music (I). Psychology. History. H.V. E d u c a t i o n . Languages. Sanskrit (Elective) ALLOWED Economics.
Home Science. Dance. Physical Education. Home Science. Subsidiary Subjects (to choose one from the following) : i) iv) Music (I & V) Sociology ii) Psychology v) Public Administration HONOURS SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS iii) Economics HRVE Political Science. Music (V). Sociology Economics. Music (V). Sociology. Statistics. Economics. Functional English. Public Administration. (12) Vii) Functional English HONOURS SCHOOL OF PSYCHOLOGY Compulsory Subjects I) i) iv) English Economics HRVE ii) Psychology Paper-I ii) Public Administration v) Political Science (13) Dance Languages. Fine Arts. Computer Science. Public Administration. Maths. Computer Science. Political Science. Statistics. Political Science. P s y c h o l o g y. Sociology. Functional English. Psychology. Languages.. Music (V). H i s t o r y. Physical Edu. History. Psychology. Maths. Maths. History. Computer Science. Physical Education. Economics. SUBJECT COMBINATIONS FOR HONOURS COURSES HONOURS SCHOOL OF ENGLISH Compulsory Papers : i) iii) Hindi ii) English Literature Paper I English Literature Paper-II Music (I). HRVE. Music (I). Computer Science. Music (V). P s y c h o l o g y. Maths. Statistics. Political Science. Public Administration. History. Dance. Functional English. Fine Arts. E c o n o m i c s . NOT ALLOWED Languages. Physical Edu. Home Science. Music (I). Sociology. Dance. HRVE. Psychology. Languages. Political Science. Home Science. Maths. Psychology. Fine Arts. Functional English. Statistics . Dance. Fine Arts. Music (V). Music (I). Political Science. Home Science. Music (I).SUBJECT ALLOWED Home Science Economics. HRVE. Music (I).. Public Administration. Functional English. Physical Education. HRVE. History. M a t h s . Sociology. Sociology. Public Administration. Dance. Music (V). Computer Science. HRVE. iii) Psychology-II iii) History Subsidiary Subjects to choose one from the following : . Statistics. Functional English. H i s t o r y. Economics. Public Administration. ii) Hindi ii) Economics v) Sanskrit iii) Maths iii) Public Administration vi) Punjabi Subsidiary Subjects to choose one from the following : iii) Computer Science Statistics Fine Arts Languages. Compulsory Papers : i) iii) English ii) Economics Paper I Economics Paper II Subsidiary Subjects to choose one from the following : i) iv) Music (I & v) Sociology ii) Psychology v) Public Administration HONOURS SCHOOL OF MATHEMATICS Compulsory Subjects I) i) iv) English Statistics Computer Sc. Physical Education. Fine Arts. Languages. Computer Science.
shall be eligible to join 1st Semester of the course: B. Haryana or its equivalent examination with 50% marks in the aggregate having English and Mathematics as their subjects (five subjects) taken in 10+2 shall be eligible to join the first year of this course. A candidate who has passed Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (10+2 Standard) of the Board of School Education. (Mass Communication) A person who has passed Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (10+2 Standard) from the Board of School Education. shall be eligible to join the first year (Part-I) of this course. Haryana or an Examination recognized by the Academic Council as equivalent thereto with atleast 40% marks in the Commerce Group or 50% marks in Non-Commerce Group (Humanities & Science) and for E-Commerce and Banking & Insurance a person must have 50% marks in Commerce Group and 60% marks in Non Commerce Group. 2013) of the year as per provision of rules. B. Haryana or its equivalent examination with English as one of the subjects with at least 50% marks in the aggregate shall be eligible to join the first year of Mass Communication Course.Sc. B.A.Com a) A person who has passed any one of the following examinations with English as one of the subjects shall be eligible to join the first year of the Bachelor of Commerce Course. (15) . Haryana or its equivalent examinations thereto in Science Group with English as one of the subjects and has obtained at least 40% marks in aggregate.A. b) Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (10+2 Standard) of Board of School Education.Sc. Haryana or any other examination recognized as equivalent thereto with atleast 33% marks in aggregate with English as one of the subjects. at her own risk/responsibility subject to passing their compartmental subject before commencement of the Examination of 1st semester (Nov.Sc. B.Sc. A person who has passed Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (10+2 Standard) from the Board of School Education.Sc. (Fashion Designing) A candidate who has passed Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (10+2 Standard) of Board of School Education./B. contained in the respective Ordinance. Honours/B. BCA A person who has passed Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (10+2 Standard) of Board of School Education. Note : For Compartment Students Candidate(s) placed under compartment in one subject only can be admitted provisionally to Part-I of B.Com/BCA etc.Sc.A. B.-I Home Science examination holder old scheme of Kurukshetra University or any other examination recognized by the Academic Council as equivalent thereto with at least 40% marks in the aggregate and with English as one of the subjects. Haryana (any (14) stream-Arts.A./B. Commerce) / B. Hons.ELIGIBILITY FOR ADMISSION TO UNDER GRADUATE COURSES B. Admissions of all such cases will be subject to their fulfillment of the minimum eligibility conditions. Haryana or its equivalent examination with English as one of the subjects and has also obtained 50% marks in the aggregate or 50% marks in subject offered for the Honours Course shall be eligible to join the First year (Part I) class of the B.. Honours Course.A. if she has passed Senior Certificate Examination (10+2 Standard) of Board of School Education. Science. A candidate shall be eligible to join the first year of B.
A.Sc.A.Com with at least 45% marks in aggregate and having passed English as one of the subjects.) in Computer Science/BCA or any other examination recognized as equivalent thereto. (16) M.A.Com and B. d) The Principal of the college will allow provisional admission to the students of Final year of PG Degree without waiting for the declaration of the result of the previous year.(Hons.Sc. OR Bachelor's Degree with at least 50% marks in aggregate or 45% marks in the subject of English provided that the candidate must have passed English as one of the subjects in all the three years of the Bachelor's degree. Economics A person who has passed B.A. As seats are limited. Course with at least 50% marks in aggregate./B. c) Though the minimum percentage of marks fixed by the university is 45% marks (50% in case of M. with Mathematics at their graduation level. (Hons. OR B. Diploma in Nutrition and Dietetics B.Sc./B.Sc.Com A person who has passed with at least 45% marks in the aggregate of the Bachelor of Commerce or Bachelor of Business Administration or Bachelor of Arts/Science with Economics and/or Mathematics examinations of Kurukshetra University or any other examination recognized as equivalent thereto with English as one of the subjects shall be eligible to join this course.A./B.) in Economics/B.Sc. Comp. M. B.A. (17) . M.. M.A. b) The candidates who are placed under compartment in B.A.A..Sc.Sc. with Mathematics as one of the subjects or B./B./B. & MBE) the admission to all Post Graduate Courses will be on merit basis./B.G.Sc. Applied Yoga and Health.Com./B.A. OR Any other examination recognized for admission to M.ELIGIBILITY FOR ADMISSION TO POSTGRADUATE COURSES M. a higher percentage may be fixed by the college to select students for admission. HRVE A person who has passed Bachelor's degree under 10+2+3 scheme in any discipline from Kurukshetra University with 45% marks in the aggregate or its equivalent examination shall be eligible to join the first semester of the course. shall be eligible to join this course.Sc.Com. Mathematics A person who has passed B.) having passed English at least in one year. (Hons.A.Sc.Sc.) in Mathematics with at least 50% marks.A with Economics/B. examination will not be allowed admission to PostGraduate courses in any faculty.Com with Computer Science or Computer Applications (Vocational Course) / B.A. (Non-Medical) or B. M.Sc.)/B.A. English (I) (ii) B.Sc. (Hons. Science (Software) A person who has passed with 50% marks in the aggregate of the B. M.A.Sc. (Home Science/Medical/Nursing) Eligibility for Post Graduate Diploma in Yoga & Naturopathy B. Note : a) In case of SC/ST candidates minimum pass marks in the qualifying examination will be considered as minimum eligibility condition for admission to a particular course./B. OR Post B. M. (with Home Science). (Hons. except for B. (Hons. Provided that those students who have passed these One year Diploma Courses must have passed B.) in English with 45% marks in aggregate.A.A. with at least 45% marks in the subject of Economics or 50% marks in aggregate or any other examination recognized as equivalent thereto. Eligibility for P. Diploma in Computer Science and Applications/Post Graduate Diploma in Computer Applications/Post Graduate Diploma in Computer Science with at least 50% marks in aggregate. POST GRADUATE DIPLOMAS A person who has passed Bachelor's degree examination of the Kurukshetra University or an examination recognized as equivalent thereto shall be eligible to join any of these diploma courses.
Com. Anjana Arora Convener Dr.A. Sanjay Kumar Admn. if there is gap in studies. Neeta Dwivedi (Dean) Department of Music (V) Roadways Bus Pass and Railway Concession Mr. Sangeeta Goel Department of Mathematics Mr. a student fails. Sangeeta Goel Department of Maths Change of Subject/Faculty Mrs. Seema Mahajan Arts Mrs. Deptt. The admission form. 4. Sanjay Mishra Clerk Mr. If the number of students in any course is less than ten. I examination has not yet been declared by the university. Shalini Chhabra Arts Mrs. The candidate must read the prospectus and the university rules before filling up the form.Sc./B.) Manju Khanna Department of Physics Ms. the college will not run that particular course and the students will be allowed to shift to some other course. Principal of the college is authorized to allow provisional admission to former students whose result of B. must be submitted in the office alongwith the following documents: • Attested copies of all the certificates of the examinations passed from Matriculation onwards upto the class in which the student is seeking admission. Affidavit. Admission of students from other University/Board will be provisional and subject to confirmation of their eligibility by Kurukshetra University. SC/BC certificate from competent authority. 2. Office Time Table Dr. Office Character Certificate Mrs. Transfer Certificate duly signed by D. duly attested by the Magistrate. Applications for admission must be made on the prescribed form available in the college on computers and prospectus on payment.A. (Ms. Anjana Arora Department of Mathematics Mrs. All the applicants are required to produce these documents in original at the time of admission. 2. Anjana Hostel Warden Any one from A/c. or SANAD of 10+2. A provisional certificate or school/college leaving certificate issued by the head of the institution last attended. Suman Makkar Admn. Character Certificate. Office Mr. Sangeeta Goel Department of Mathematics Hostel Ms. 6 7 5 2 1 WHOM TO CONSULT For Enquiries Regarding: Admission Eligibility Registrar Mrs.O. Gulshan EDPI Mr. Sanjay Clerk Attestation Mr. complete in all respects. 3./B. Income certificate of father/mother Original Migration Certificate. Sanjay Mishra Clerk Cultural Affairs Dr. Suman Makkar Clerk Mr.E. Four passport size photographs. Sangeeta Goel Department of Mathematics Clerk Mrs. II and M. Part I. Surinder Commerce Dr. 3. Anjana Arora Science (19) • • • • • • • • NOTE : 3 4 1. Failed candidates are not allowed admission in the college. Sanjay Mishra Clerk Scholarships & Stipends Mrs. If on declaration of result. Original Passing Certificate. her provisional admission will automatically stand cancelled.ADMISSION PROCEDURE & RULES (Admission will be purely on Merit Basis) 1. Sandeep Kumar Computer Operator (For Computer related issues only) Fee Concession Committee Mrs. (18) 8 9 10 .
05 points (b) National Level / Inter University Level Participation.10 pts.12 points 2nd position . Punctuality.04 points N.10 points Additional points for 1st position . A student with multi-facet participation will be preferred.12 points 2nd position . 11. Ruchi Department of Comp. Education 12 Tours and Trips Dr.15 points Additional points for 1st position .07 pts.04 points (20) 7. & App. (a) University Position : 1st .10 points 4th position .3 points N.5 additional points (b) If participated in Republic Day Parade or attended a National Level Camp . & App.05 points (b) National Level Participation .10 points 3rd position . • In single college courses only 1st position will be considered. Neena Bajaj Department of Botany 13 Industrial Visits Mr. CRITERIA FOR THE SELECTION OF MISS DAV 1.C. (c) 1st Division .10 points ANY COMMUNITY SERVICE PARTICIPATION .10 additional points BLOOD DONOR . MEMBER . Sc.20 points 2nd position . MEMBER . Sanjay Bhardwaj Department of Comp.05 points 4th position . SPORTS (a) International Level Participation ./ B.S.15 points 3rd position .8 points Additional points for 1st position .3 pts. & App.Nil Points for 1st position . The students of B. 5.5th position .10 points CULTURAL (a) International Level Participation . (d) District Level.10 points 4th position .Com-III will be selected on her achievements of last three years and the students of PG Diploma/M.05 points 4th position . 8.12 points 2nd position . scale.5 points (a) If passed B certificate and C certificate paper .10 points 3rd position .04 points (c) State Level Participation . (b) Topper of the College .20 points 2nd position . ACADEMIC The Student must have scored atleast Ist Division and there should have been no compartment throughout.Nil Points for 1st position . 9.A. 12. The decision of the committee will be final. & App. (Placement Officer) Ms.10 Career Advising Unit and Placement Services Mr. 11 Sports Activities Dr. Ms.15 points.05 points 4th position .10 points 3rd position . Sanjay Bhardwaj Department of Comp. (21) .15 points 3rd position .Sc./M. 2./ B.10 points 4th position . Attendance in Tests. Zonal or Inter College participation .05 points (c) State Level/ Inter Zonal Participation .10 points (d) District Level / Zonal Participation . Sc. 6th . Sc. 3.S. Behaviour) The student will be rated by the concerned teachers on the basis of above factors on the 5 pt. • The student must have scored atleast 75% to be considered. Sc.5 pts.12 points 2nd position .Sc.A.10th position . Discipline./M.15 points 3rd position . 4.12 points 2nd position . Meenakshi Saini Department of Commerce Dr. Ruchi Department of Comp. 10. 6.20 points 2nd position .C.10 points ANY OTHER ACHIEVEMENT . Vibha Gupta Department of Phy.10 points CODE OF CONDUCT (Regularity.Com will be selected on her achievements of the best three years.10 points Additional points for 1st position . Additional points for 1st position .8 points Additional points for 1st position .
(22) INFORMATION PERTAINING TO ACADEMICS Tutorials A tutorial is a heterogeneous group of a few students in which an opportunity is given to the students to discuss their problems and suggestions in a more relaxed form with their teachers. If a student remains absent from the class for 14 days or more in a month her name will be struck off from the college rolls and she will have to seek readmission with a fee of Rs.USEFUL INFORMATION RAGGING Ragging in educational institutions is banned and any one indulging in ragging is likely to be punished appropriately. Attendance . shall not be eligible to appear in the examination. IDENTITY CARD An Identity Card is an important document and should be carried at all times in college as it identifies a student as a member of the college community. Attendance A candidate who has not attended 75% lectures in theory/practical as prescribed by the Ordinances of the University and the deficiency thereof has not been condoned by the Principal. Weekly attendance report of all the students will be put on the college website. In case a student loses her card or needs to replace the damaged card. SEXUAL HARASSMENT CELL The college has set up a Sexual Harassment Cell to deal with the issues related to eve-teasing. All the important announcements pertaining to the students are made in the prayer time. 2. The cell aims at upholding the dignity of women and facilitate a gender-sensitive and congenial environment for women. It includes Vedic Hymns and popular prayers. PRAYER The college holds prayer daily for 15 minutes.5% 3. collective punishment can be awarded to act as a deterrent. and the like. It helps to explore individual talents and capacities and to develop qualities like self confidence. The tutorial meeting is scheduled for the last Friday of every month. hardship or psychological harm or to raise fear or apprehension thereof in a fresher or a junior student or asking the students to do any act or perform something which such students will not do in the ordinary course and which has the effect of causing or generating a sense of shame or embarrassment so as to adversely affect the physique or psyche of a fresher or a junior student. Important Note : 1. One Class Test . 500/-. treating or handling with rudeness any other student. 50/-.10% 2. Two Handwritten Assignments . A candidate who has not attended 75% lectures in EVS will be heavily fined. It can be checked at any time by any member of the staff.5% (23) . sexual assault. Internal Assessment There shall be 20% marks earmarked for Internal Assessment in each theory paper of all Semesters to be awarded by the class teachers calculated/based upon students' performance in college tests/ assignments and attendance in each subject according to the following criteria: 1. The following will be termed as the act of ragging: Any disorderly conduct whether by words spoken or written or by an act which has the effect of teasing. co-operation. a duplicate ID Card can be issued on payment of additional fee of Rs. If the individuals committing or abetting ragging are not/cannot be identified. The main objective of the tutorial group is to enhance communication and assertive skills in the students. Change of Subject / Faculty A student of an undergraduate course may be permitted to change her subject (s) or faculty within the fifteen days of the commencement of the session. It is compulsory for all the students to attend the prayer daily. abuse or molestation reported by the students and the women employees of the college. including in rowdy or indisciplined activities which causes or is likely to cause annoyance. mutual support and pro-social behaviour. The punishment may include the shape of (i) withholding scholarship or other benefits (ii) debarring from representation in events (iii) withholding results (iv) suspension or expulsion from hostel or mess.
coaching is given to these students to the Level necessary for pursuing higher studies efficiently and to reduce their failure and dropout rate.C. mental. IV.Marks for Attendance will be given as under : 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 91% onwards 81% to 90% 75% to 80% 70% to 74% 65% to 69% : : : : : 5 marks 4 marks 3 marks 2 marks* 1 mark* Eco Club SPECIAL ACTIVITIES & PROGRAMMES : For the students who would like to contribute in the conservation and preservation of environment. Youth Club : The club focuses on inculcating leadership qualities. social. SCHEDULE FOR ASSIGNMENTS/TEST Odd Semester (I. The coaching is given in the following fields : • • • Coaching for NET/SLET. It also promotes the best type of team spirit amongst the students. cultural and intellectual leading to all round and balanced development of the students through physical activities.e.S. Cultural activities.. and Subject Associations and toppers of all classes. emotional. N. The club aims at encouraging ways and means of preventing environmental pollution through various activities undertaken from time to time. III. Sports Council : Sports council has been formed to develop all the aspects of personality i. Women Cell. This coaching is being organised at UG/PG Level with the view to improve the academic skills and linguistic proficiency. Remedial coaching in various subjects.. V) 1st Assignment Class Test 2nd Assignment : : : 1st week of September Last week of September Last week of October Even Semester (II. It welcomes all green-fingers and nature lovers. with the Principal as the Patron of the Council. In the academic council the students are selected purely on the merit basis. organizational skills/abilities which will help to develop an upright honest. physical. N. VI) 1st Assignment Class Test 2nd Assignment : : : 2nd week of February 2nd week of March 1st week of April Coaching Centres for SC/ST/OBC and Minorities In order to enable students belonging to SC/ST/OBC/ Minorities. UGC provides financial assistance for conducting special classes for these students outside the regular time table.S. brave and positive personality in today's youth. (24) . It is a body consisting of representatives of all classes. DAV Phulwari : The club organizes the plantation of all seasonal & perennial plants regularly in the college premises. It also helps the students in securing university positions.C. Academic : The vision behind the formation of Academic Council Council is academic excellence and to enable the students to use their potential for shaping their career. Students' Council : The college constitutes a students' council each year. Sports. Cultural Council : Provides the best of opportunities to the students to prove their talent in cultural activities. Coaching for Competitive Exams. The club in collaboration with Yamuna Phulwari organizes the Annual Chrysanthemum show in the college. (25) *For students engaged in co-curricular activities for the colleges only/authenticated medical grounds duly approved by the concerned Principal. The club organises Hiking & Trekking Parachute Jumping events to build a spirit of adventure among the students.
Personal Counselling Cell N.S. Women Cell : Regularly organizes talks and seminars concerning vital women issues and creates an awareness among students about their rights. : The objective of the centre is to promote. duties. Enabling Unit Rotaract Club : The Rotaract Club came into existence in the college with the motive of 'Service Above Self'. The cadets are given rigorous training by our N.C. The cell also arranges Campus Interviews. : Enabling unit is to empower students with disabilities to reach their full potential with access for rights on the basis of equality and dignity and to create awareness among the functionaries about the specific educational needs of differently-abled students.S. Vivekanand Studies Centre : Vivekanand Studies Centre strives to bring together the best minds in India to ideate on key national and international issues. Red Ribbon Club : The Red Ribbon Club creates awareness among students about HIV AID. soul and body. : The college runs a Personal Counselling Cell to address the personality and stress related problems of the students. : Organises various community oriented programmes to create awareness among N.C.S. is basically engaged in projects related to women issues. It helps in changing the life style of the students into professionals with a stylish edge.C. Equal Opportunity Centre : The main objective behind creating this centre in the college is to oversee the effective implementation of policies and programmes for disadvantaged groups to provide guidance and counselling with respect to academics. : The UGC-sanctioned Nehru Studies Centre is engaged in lectures. wings.C. promotes initiatives that further the cause of peace and global harmony. Women Studies Centre Nehru Studies Centre Gandhian Studies Centre : UGC sanctioned Women Studies Centre.S. social and other matters. It is an International Organisation which gives young people the opportunity to do something for the benefit of the society.C. Officer. : The College has two full N. only one of its kind in Northern States. monitor social economic and political trends that have a bearing on India's unity and integrity. responsibilities and building confidence among them. Parent Teacher Association : Parent Teacher Association provides a platform to discuss the difficulties faced by the students and also helps in exploring the hidden potential of the students in the right direction. Volunteers about social educational & environmental issues. Life Style Club : The main objective of the club is to rejuvenate the mind. Placements and Individual Training. Geeta Sharma. The centre aims at developing this awareness among the students. Its aim is to promote activities both for the younger generation and for the more mature Gandhian activists and workers to translate the same into social life for the benefit of the nation. It focuses on the self-grooming and personality development of the students. research and extension activities related to Nehru Studies. Lt.C. It helps to induce among youth the spirit to help and support people living with HIV AIDS. financial.Guidance & Counselling Cell : The Cell helps in guiding the students to decide the future course of action to further their career prospects. N. (26) (27) . organise and undertake the study of life and thought of Mahatma Gandhi.
27. A student on rolls of the college shall be bound by the college rules and regulations. The college reserves the right to refuse admission to any applicant without assigning any reason. The students are not allowed to use the lift in the college. Loitering in veranda and chit-chatting/gossiping in the corridors will be viewed seriously. Students absent from the college without permission shall be fined Re. 1. Vehicles parked anywhere else inside/outside the college shall be confiscated.000 Rs. 1. 1. 8. If a candidate does not appear in the EVS Exam in TDC-I. However. All the students are supposed to consult the Notice Board daily. Students are not allowed to bring outsiders to the college. 3. 9. Fine will not be exempted even if a student has obtained prior permission to remain absent in the test.COLLEGE FUNCTIONS Every year the college organises the following functions : Inaugural Hawan. making noise. walls. 1. leave shall be granted only by the Principal. 3. Any student found with a mobile in the college campus will be fined Rs. It is compulsory for the students of all vocational courses to wear uniform on all days. HOSTEL FEE DETAILS Registration Fee Generator Charges Conveyance Charges Hostel Security (Non-Refundable) Laundry Charges Mess Charges Room Rent • 3/4 Seater • 5 Seater • Single Seater (29) 5. she will have to pay a late fee of Rs. In case of serious illness. students of any particular class must attend all those functions which will be declared compulsory for them. etc. VEHICLE PARKING RULES Students coming to college on cycles/scooters must acquire cycle/scooter token from the college office. 2.000 Rs. 6. Students must lock their vehicles positively.500 Rs.in TDC-II/TDC-III even if a student has obtained prior permission to remain absent from the EVS Exam. 180/. 500/. Students must park their bicycles/scooters in the Underground Parking Area. more than 15 days) shall automatically be cancelled and the student shall be fined. the leave application must be submitted alongwith the medical certificate as soon as possible. shall be severely punished. 14. which are compulsory for all the students to attend otherwise they will be fined Rs. Besides this.e. Students will not be allowed to leave the college premises for any personal work till 1:00 pm. LEAVE RULES Leave must be applied for in advance on leave forms available on student account (website). 4. damaging/disfiguring furniture. Rs. Annual Sports Day & Concluding Hawan. The maximum leave allowed during the year will be 15 days only.per function. 4. 10. 11.as Cycle charges and Rs. 13. Ignorance of orders duly displayed on notice-board shall not be accepted as an excuse for non-compliance. 1. A student found guilty of misconduct. 100/.000 Rs. 1000/and her mobile phone will be confiscated. 12.000 Rs. 18. Extra leave (i. 1. 20. Carrying mobile phone is not allowed in the college. Absence from the class test is punishable with the fine of Rs. in case of loss of a vehicle the college shall not be responsible. 1. 4. In case of absence fine will be imposed. physically disadvantaged students may use this facility.000 . However. damaging the dignity of self and the institution. GENERAL RULES No meeting can be organized or held in the college campus without the prior permission of the principal. Students will have to pay Rs. No lecture will be given against the leave sanctioned. 7. 20. Prize Distribution Function.000 Rs. 100 Rs.. (28) 5. 360/as Scooter charges per academic session. 3. On days when special functions are held. The principal has the right to cancel/reject admission of any candidate at any stage. 1 for one period. 2.500 Rs. 2. Students should go to the library in their vacant period. 100/per paper.
The hostel does not take any responsibility in this matter.per head per day and will have to pay Rs. A day scholar is not permitted to visit or stay in the hostel without the permission of the principal. to 6:00 p. If parents want to call their wards home in case of emergency they have to inform the Principal as well the Warden. If any student is found absent from her room or moving about during the mentioned hours. It is mandatory for all the students to go to the college and come back from the college by bus. (31) 6. Fee of any kind once paid will not be refundable. it will be viewed very seriously. 6. 3. After that the lights will be switched off. (30) 3.m.m. No Parents/Guardians (Male/Female) are allowed to go to the residents' room.m. Guests will be allowed to stay in the hostel guest room only on payment of Rs. she herself will be responsible for the consequences thereof. Parents can call the wards on telephone from 8:00 a.m. .m. to 12:00 p. to 4.00 a. Only those male visitors whose photographs are pasted on hostel form will be allowed on showing the gate pass issued by the college to meet the respective student in the reception room. However.m. 4. They must be in their room from 10:00 pm to 6:00 am. 2. the parents should inform the hostelwarden within 24 hours. No outside tuitions will be allowed. Boarder will have to attend the prayer daily at 6:00 p. The defaulters will have to face consequences whatsoever. If any student extends her leave.m. 5. 7.HOSTEL RULES Dates of Parent-Teacher Meeting First Meeting Second Meeting GENERAL RULES 1. 5. Outing is permitted on every Sunday from 10. In no case. 6. jewellery or other valuable items with them. Multimedia mobiles are strictly banned in the hostel and defaulters will be heavily fined. 250/. Only a married couple above 30 years is eligible to be the local guardian. 3. 8. Medical leave will be sanctioned if only the regular doctor appointed for hostlers approves of it. If the student fails to come back after the lapse of the period of sanctioned leave. It is compulsory for all the parents to attend these two meetings. to 8:00 p.m. 10. on all other days the students will purchase their required items from Hostel Shop only. Warden can sanction leave upto 2 days only. 100/extra for meals per day. College ATTENDANCE & LEAVE 1.m. Any leave more than that needs to be sanctioned by the Principal. Hostel Dues as decided by the Management will be payable for the whole year in advance at the time of admission. 2. 11. serious action will be taken against the student.m. The Hostel Security is non refundable.m. Study hours will be observed from 9:45 p. The hostel gate will be closed at 5:00 p. 15th July 2013 1st January 2014 2:30 p. 3. College 11:30 a.00 p. Visitors are allowed only on visiting days (Tuesday & Sunday) between 3:00 p. The hostel is closed daily from 10:00 am to 12:00 noon for cleaning purpose. Residents are advised not to keep excessive cash. Parents are advised to check the attendance of their wards in college and hostel. 4. VISITORS & GUESTS 1. A boarder will have to seek permission from the warden for any kind of absence from hostel. 9. 4. Otherwise. 5. in the campus.m. If required the tuition facility will be given in the Hostel itself arranged by the college authorities. Leave will be sanctioned only on the leave form available online. 7. 2. the fee once paid shall be refunded. ADMISSION 1. Admission will be sought afresh every academic session. Single male/female shall not be considered as local guardian. 7. 2. only.
3. Scheduled Caste Stipend/Scholarship 3. Haryana Board of School Education Merit Scholarship 7. 3. Tuitions Personality Grooming n' Spoken English Classes Yoga/Aerobics Hobby Classes . No participation of any resident in politics will be tolerated. 3. 10000/. Name of Scholarship/Stipend 1. Mess timings and other rules fixed by the warden will be strictly adhered to by the boarders.by 15th November. Gift Wrapping./B. Beauty Parlour Computer & Internet Facility Library STUDENTS HAVE TO BRING 1.Like Jewellery Making. Electrical appliances like Iron. 2. final exams for P.per annum would be charged. a mess-committee of the students will be formed for the additional supervision in the preparation of hygienic food for students and to maintain discipline in the mess and hostel premises. Rooms walls should be kept clean. Picture pasting is strictly prohibited.No.G.Sc. 6. Glass. Additional mess charges will be taken if a student overstays. The residents are expected to be decently dressed up in the hostel campus. Kurukshetra on the basis of B. The mess charges @ 20000/. Dance etc. the matter should be reported to the warden. National Merit Scholarship 5. 4. 2. INHOUSE FACILITIES AVAILABLE FOR 1.will be deposited at the time of admission and second instalment of Rs. Haryana State Merit Scholarhip 6. 2. Painting. 5.10000/. For any damage to the furniture/furnishing student will be fined. 7.A. Physically Handicapped Scholarships 9. First instalment of Rs. A student shall maintain discipline & peaceful atmosphere in the hostel. 4. Students 8. 9. 500/-. 5. etc.CONDUCT & DISCIPLINE 1. 3. The student will have to submit the authority letter of the parents to keep the mobile phone. tape-recorder. payable in two instalments. 6. 6. In case of any complaint. Besides the hostel committee. Katori./B. The hostlers will have to keep I-Card with them to be shown at the gate. Haryana State Merit Scholarship given by Kurukshetra University. Hostlers are not permitted to approach any other doctor for medical care other than the one appointed by the college authorities. 5. spoon & other personal requirements. 8. Defaulters will be fined Rs. 7. Backward Class Stipend/Scholarship 2. Chandigarh (33) (32) . 7. Attending evening assembly is compulsory for all students. FEE CONCESSION AND SCHOLARSHIPS Scholarships/Stipends Available in the College S. Photographs of male and female visitors Bedding Bucket & Mug Lock Hangers Water bottle Plate.Com. MESS RULES 1. 4. 10. Scholarships by Guru Harkishan Educational Society. Zila Sainik Board Scholarship 4. are not allowed. 2. Cooking in the room is prohibited.
A. 2013 For Senior Citizens 11. (i) Flag Hoisting Ceremony on August 15. 2014 (Iv) February. 2014 (V) March. (i) Commencement of July 16.) January. Scholarship in Sanskrit to students securing 50% Marks in the subject of Sanskrit from 2005-2006 19. 2013 Workshops (ii) December. Sports Day February 28. (Viii) Tree Plantation (ix) Documentation. 4th and 6th January 6. Merit Scholarship by U. 2013 Independence Day by NCC Cadets (ii) Inaugural Hawan (iii) Investiture Ceremony of the Members of Students' Council (iv) Tree Plantation by Eco Club (v) Freshers' Party 7. 2014 12. 2013 8.E. University 15. If a student is granted scholarship/stipend by the college and simultaneously she is awarded any scholarship/stipend by the government/any other agency. Farewell Party April.U. 2014 18. Radha Krishanan Fund 22. (ii) Awareness to Eradicate the Use of Vulgar and Abusive Language (Iii) ‘Donate Blood’ a Motivational Move. Dr. NSS Camp Last week of June 5. Free Yoga Camp for Different Age Groups May 2013-June 2013 3. Board/U. Financial assistance will be withdrawn if a student fails to appear/pass in class tests. Radha Krishanan Foundation Fund Scholarships by K. Right to Information and Women Rights Programme. Summer Camp May 26 -June 26. Blood Donation Camp March 6. 2014 (35) (34) . Honour Conferring Function April. (Vii) HIV and AID Awareness Programme. Scholarships given by Trusts and Individual Donors 23. Dr. Red Cross Fund 21. New Delhi. Convocation March 4. Haryana State Merit/Silver Jubilee Celebration Merit Scholarships on the basis of XII exams results 13. 2013 9. 2013. "UDAAN" Part-VI . Haryana State Merit Scholarship under one time Scholarship Scheme for Girls students (for Science/Medical only) 12. Scholarships by UP Government for the students of UP Board belonging to SC/ST/Minorities/Lower Income Group 16. Talent Show September. 2014 19. NOTE: a) b) c) No application for fee concession will be entertained after July 31st.F 20. 2. Fee concession from S. Sports concession from college Funds 24. Computer Literacy Programme December. 2014 17. 2014 14. 2014 Semester 13.K. Haryana 17. 2014 16. Haryana State Merit Scholarship to teacher's ward 14. Vimukti Jati (Under Backward Class Stipend Scheme) Scholarship/Stipend by D. Hindi Diwas September 14.H. Concluding Hawan and Langar April.The Journey Continues (Under Women Studies Centre) April 2013-March 2014 (i) Nutritional Anaemia and its remedies. International Seminar (izoklh lkfgR. National Seminars/Conferences/ (i) October. 2013 (iii) January.P. (Iv) Legal Literacy.P. 11. 3rd & 5th Semester (ii) Principal's Address to the Students 6. 2nd National Theatre Festival November.10. the stipend/concession given by the college will be adjustable out of the scholarship with retrospective effect. Commencement of 2nd. (Vi) Regular General Counseling of the students of the hostel. 2013 Ist. COLLEGE CALENDAR 2013-2014 FUNCTION / ACTIVITY 1. (V) Sewing and Embroidery Training in the village Todarpur. Rotary Education Foundation. 2014 15. 2013 10. Financial Assistance to Scheduled Caste Students of Haryana Domicile studying at Graduate/Post Graduate Level 18. 2013 4.
# Use washrooms properly. Om Parkash Vohra) (i) Dr. Shanti Kapoor Dr. 3000/. Vaibhav Vohra Scholarship (for needy and deserving students) Mrs. Neelam Sood (Librarian) Mahajan Lok Kalyan Sabha. Radaur Road. . 5000/. 17.per Annum Rs. 16. It is strictly prohibited. Ramesh Chadha) Mrs.per Annum Rs.) Kamlesh Bhandari Memorial Scholarship (Donated by Dr. 5000/. Abha Khetarpal Ms. 15. (Ms. Yamuna Nagar. 10000/. Jindal.per Annum Rs. 11000/. # Do not spoil and sit on the vehicles parked in the parking of the college. Yamuna Nagar. 2100/.per Annum 6.per Annum Rs. # Do not write on the furniture and walls of the college. do not shout and call each other loudly.per Annum Rs.000/Rs. R. 5000/. Rani Mr. Ravi Bathla Mrs. 8. Raj Kumar Sapra (Donated by Sh. 2000/.per Annum Rs.and their phones will 14. (Ms.ANNUAL DONORS 1.per Annum (on performance basis) Rs.) Sushma Arya) Mrs. 12.per Annum Rs. # Do not litter your class-rooms and campus with wrappers and papers. Rs. (i) (ii) 2. 8000/-on FDR for Rs.each Rs. # Students sitting in the class rooms in their free periods must not bolt the doors from inside.per Annum Rs.per Annum Rs. President Inner Wheel Club Dr. (Donated by Mr.000/. Vimla Sharma (for the needy and deserving students) (i) For the needy and deserving students (ii) Dr.per Annum 3. Vinod Gupta) Sh. Rs. Asha Kapoor Mr. 5000/.per Annum Rs. 5100/. 13. Lala Attar Chand Vohra Memorial Scholarship For the needy and deserving students (Donated by Sh.) Kamlesh Bhandari Memorial Scholarship (Donated by Mrs. Urmil Gupta (Polyplastics) (for the needy and deserving students) Manjula Memorial Trust donated by Mrs. Sudha Chugh Rotary Club (36) 2 Scholarships of Rs. I. 3000/. # While leaving and entering your class. 1000/.M. 10. 3100/. 1200/.00. Sanyogita Devi Trust. Use dustbins which you will find at every floor of the college.per Annum Rs. 2100/.per Annum Rs. Pooja Jain) In the memory of Sh. 5000/.per Annum Rs. Sushil Aggarwal Dr. 50. 9. 25000/. make a queue and maintain discipline. # Allow your teachers to pass first in crowded corridors.per Annum In the form of interest of Rs. 10000/. Sushila Arya Memorial Scholarship (for the needy and deserving students) (iv) Dr.K. 1.per Annum Do’s and Don’ts # While in the college campus. 4. # Students found using mobile phones in the college campus will be fined Rs. 18. Hari Sharan Memorial Scholarship (for the best student of Sanskrit in the College) (iii) Smt. Sapra) Smt. Hari Parkash Memorial Scholarship (for the needy and deserving students) (ii) Pt. 15000/. (Ms. Anupa Benerjee Ms.per Annum Rs. 27. 7. 11. 19.per Annum Rs. Kamlesh Bhandari Scholarship (Donated by Dr.000/. 25000/. 21. Mrs.per Annum Rs. 22. 1100/. 5. # Do not touch and spoil the plants in the campus. 20.
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