CLUB AND SOCIETIES
The English Society was formed in 2003 to bring students and faculty together to discuss literature, encourage English speaking, and promote communication skills in the students.
The environmental society of the college is a registered body. The society is very active and organizes various activities on campus as well as in schools, by organizing poster-making competitions, quiz contests, essay-writing competitions, and by delivering lectures. Society makes the community aware of environmental issues.
Health Awareness Club
The health awareness club of the college came into existence in the year 2002. The objective of the club is to promote health awareness among people through students. Students deliver lectures in slum areas on current issues related to health and social problems. Poster-making and slogan-writing competitions are organized. Students contribute their services to social causes like the Pulse polio drive and organize rallies. The club also organizes eyesight check-ups, dental check-ups, blood group, hemoglobin, and height/weight check-up of the students.
The college has a functional Placement Cell that provides information to the students related to job orders. The cell coordinates and interacts with state employment services and private agencies for providing placement services to the students. It has a fairly good record of placing students in various schools and colleges.
As per the RTI Act 2005, the College has constituted RTI cell/ Committee to provide the required information to the citizens. It empowers the Citizens to question the decisions taken and promotes transparency, and accountability in the working of the government institute. Any person can give the application in English, Hindi, or a regional language to procure information. The college has a five-member team to deal with the RTI cases. Prof. Navneet Jeed is the IN-charge of the RTI cell. Any information under the RTI Act can be obtained via college e-mail.
Right to Service Act
The Punjab Government, to provide delivery of services to the people of the state within time limits, notified the Punjab Right to Service Ordinance on 14/7/2011. The Ordinance came into force w.e.f. 28th July, 2011 when 67 services were notified under its provisions. Soon after, Punjab Right to Service Act-2011 (PRTS Act-2011) was passed by the State Assembly and thus, came into effect on 20th October 2011. There is a long list of services related to various Govt Departments. Services related to Higher Education are notified at serial no 98, 99, and 100. Director Punjab Education Colleges wide Memo No 11/40-2013 (A)(1) dates 24/3/2013 issued one letter to Registrar of different Universities that Governance Reforms Department Punjab wide notification no 1/22/2011-2GR 2/91591/4 dated 4/9/10 has prescribed the time limit of different services provided by the Universities under serial no 98, 99, 100. Serial No Name of Service Give time limit (working days) 98 Issuance of Duplicate Certificate 30 99 Issuance of Original Migration Certificate/Detailed Marks Card/Verification of Documents 15 100 Degrees of Successful Candidates every year by 31st October Under the Act, following authorities have been declared: Registrar, Designated Officer, Vice Chancellor First Appellate Authority and Principal Secretary is Second Appellate Authority.
Guidance and Counseling Cell
Student Grievances Redressal Cell
Anti Ragging Committee
Red Cross society
Red Ribbon Club
Anti-Sexual Harassment Cell
Legal Literacy Society
Annual Calendar and Time Table Committee
Maintenance and Campus Development Committee
Co-Curricular and Cultural Activity Committee
Women Development Cell
NSS Advisory Committee
Fine Art Society
Student Support & Progression
- Student Progression
- Student Support
- Student Activities