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Prospectus 2011-2012


A CONSTITUENT COLLEGE OF GURU NANAK DEV UNIVERSITY AMRITSAR Accredited highest A grade by NAAC under new assessment method

Website: www.assmcollege.org

B.A./B.Com/B.Sc.(Med., Non-Med., Eco., Comp.Sc.)/B.C.A M.A.(Eco., Pbi.,)/ M.Sc(I.T.)/M.C.A/ M.B.A P.G.D.C.A./ P.G.D.F.S/C.C.D.D.C.T.

Admission without late fee With late fee Rs.50/-(with the permission of Principal) With late fee Rs.100/- (with the permission of Dean Academic Affairs) With late fee Rs.1000/- (with the permission of Vice-Chancellor) With late fee Rs.5000/- (with the permission of Syndicate) : up to 04-07- 2011. : 05-07-2011 to 14-07-2011. : 15-07-2011 to 29-07-2011. : 30-07- 2011 to 30-08-2011. : 31-08-2011 to 09-09- 2011.

Note :

The application for admission will be accepted only in the prescribed admission form, available with prospectus from the college only. The form should be filled in by the student himself/herself in legible writing. The students with compartment in graduation (B.A./B.Com/B.Sc/ B.C.A III) can not be given admission in higher courses. The students with compartment in10+2 can be given provisional admission in B.A I /B. Sc. I/ B.Com I but he/she will have to clear the compartment by December otherwise the admission will be cancelled. Students of B.A. I who are given golden chance for clearing compartment can not be given admission in B.A. III in the same year. ACADEMIC SCHEDULE First term: 1. 7. 2011 to 30. 9. 2011. Second term: 10. 10. 2011 to 24. 12. 2012. Third term: 9. 1. 2012 to 31. 3. 2012. Vacations: Autumn break: 1. 10. 2011 to 9. 10. 2011. Winter break: 24. 12. 2011 to 8. 1. 2012.
Documents To Be Attached With Admission Form* 1. Certificate of Matric showing date of birth. 2. Detail marks of previous classes passed and Internet copy of result. 3. University Registration card (not for first year students). 4. Character certificate 5. S.C/S.T/B.C/Physically handicapped Certificate(if applicable) 6. Migration Certificate 7. Four passport size photographs 8. Proof of income of family (only for students seeking fee concession/stipend/Scholarship) 9. Gap Certificate from competent authority (For private candidates or candidates with break in their study)

10. Eligibility Certificate from G.N.D.U. or prescribed student visa from Indian Govt. (if student
from foreign university/origin)
* For more information see page..

About Us
"A college with a difference" as envisioned by the former chairman Managing Committee Dr. S. S. Johl, renowned agricultural economist, policy maker and educationist, A.S.S.M College, Mukandpur has been at the vanguard of academics since 1994. Our mission is to provide value based education & training to the rural youth. Under the guidance of a visionary like Dr.S.S.Johl who was honoured with Padam Bhushan by Govt. of India and has served two universities as Vice Chancellor, the college grew by leaps and bounds. The institution was established in the memory of Amardeep Singh Shergill, an illustrious student of London School of Economics, who passed away in the prime of his youth. He was the only son of Mrs. Surinder Kaur and S. Gurcharan Singh Shergill, NRIs from England. Instead of taking recourse to grief, the parents found comfort and solace in serving the noble cause of spreading the light of knowledge amongst rural youth. With the cooperation of veteran S. Sadhu Singh Shergill and Dr. Amarjit Singh, the bereaved parents decided to open a college in their native village Mukandpur. The Trust, College Overseas Committee and NRI friends Managing Committee, Principal and Staff worked together in harmony to achieve the objectives and took the college to the zenith. The college is approved to get grants under section 2(F) and 12(B) from the U.G.C. The management did well to create an infrastructure of highest standards. The triple storeyed main building of the college encompasses all the facilities necessary for imparting modern education. It houses a double storeyed library, which has more than 25000 books on its open shelves. 15 Newspapers and 40 magazines, journals and periodicals adorn its stands. The library has an E-Book section also. The students can view the educational C.Ds in the library. Our students have access to 51000 e-books and 2100 e- journals through Inflibnet. Separate dedicated broadband internet lines and Photostat machine also available in the library. Latest equipments like O.H.P. multi-media, T.V., Stereo, and DVD etc. are employed as teaching aids. The college also has Chemistry, Biology, Home Science, Child Care, Music, Physics, English, Dress Designing and Automobile Maintenance and language labs. There is a separate Computer and I.T Centre, which has five state of the art Computer Labs with 127 computers & Internet service. There is a separate Seminar Hall with a seating capacity of 170 persons. Gymnasium with its latest imported machines is a cynosure of all the eyes. Darshan Gill Sports Complex with a track of four hundred meter has playfields for Football, Hockey, Volleyball and Handball. Close circuit cameras and public address system has been installed recently. The Principal resides in college campus. Teachers are also provided accommodation in 24 beautifully built flats. A Multi-purpose Hall for indoor games and other gatherings. Girls hostel has been providing its services since 2005. Computers and broad band internet connection is available in the hostel. A fleet of nine buses carries the girl students to college daily. A generator is installed for continuous power supply during power cuts. The beautiful openair theatre helps our students to nurture their academic and cultural capabilities .We perform considerably well in the youth festivals and win a number of prizes. This year we won runners up trophy, A division in zonal youth festival of Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar. In sports, the college has already won the University Championship for five consecutive years in B Division. Our weightlifters have excelled at the national level winning top slots. Free of cost wrestling coaching in collaboration with Harbans Singh Purewal Sports and Education Academy is being started from this session. Our publications include college magazine Amardeep published annually and this year our college published two books namely Guru Har Rai ji- Jeevan Ate Asthan and AIDS-Karan Ate Bachao. The college offers five P.G. courses namely M.C.A (TYC), M.B.A(TYC), Economics, Punjabi and Information Technology. Admission in M.C.A and M.B.A is accessible through MET-PAM-CAT test conducted at state level. It also offers B.A., B.C.A., B. Com. and B.Sc. courses in Medical, Non-Medical, Economics and Computer Science. Vocational subjects like Functional English, Computer Applications, Early Childhood Care and Education and Automobile Maintenance are offered at degree level. Add On Courses offered are Data Care & Management (I.T.), Early Childhood Care and Education, Automobile Maintenance and Insurance & Risk Management. In addition we have P.G. Diploma in Computer Applications and P.G. Diploma in Financial Services (Banking & Insurance). Certificate Course in Dress Designing, Cutting and Tailoring is conducted under the aegis of department of Life Long Learning of Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar. Our students have bagged top positions in the university in M. Sc. (I.T.), M. B. A. and M. C. A. consistently since their inception in the college.

The institution is expected to grow into a Rural Regional Campus of Guru Nanak Dev University. Professional courses like B. Tech. (Electronics), B. Tech. (Computers), B. Tech. (I.T), other Post Graduate & research oriented courses would be started in the years to come.

To develop ideal human resource for meeting diverse socio-economic requirements of the country. To continuously strive for academic excellence. To inculcate and nurture human values in youth. To produce educated, enlightened, cultivated, committed and responsible citizens. COURSES OFFERED
Under Graduate Courses 1) B.A. (Pass Course) 2) B.Sc. (Non Medical) 3) B.Sc. (Medical) 4) B.Sc. (Computer Science) 5) B.Sc. (Economics) 6) B.Com. 7) B.C.A. Post Graduate Courses a) M.A. (Economics) b) M.A. (Punjabi) c) M. Sc. (Information Technology) d) M.B.A. e) M.C.A. Diplomas/ Certificate Courses a) P.G. Diploma In Computer Application b) P.G. Diploma in Financial Services (Banking and Insurance). c) Certificate Course in Dress Designing Cutting and Tailoring

Admission Guidelines
Each student seeking admission to the institution must obtain a college prospectus with form. It contains an application form for admission, which must be duly filled in legible writing by the student. The following documents should be attached with the application form for admission: 1. Certificate of Matric or 10+2 showing date of birth.

2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Detail marks of previous class passed and Internet copy of result. Registration card (not for first year students). Character certificate S.C/S.T/B.C/Physically handicapped Certificate(if applicable) Migration Certificate Four passport size photographs Proof of income of family (students seeking fee concession/stipend/Scholarship) Gap Certificate from competent authority (For private candidates or candidates with break in their study) 10. Eligibility Certificate from G.N.D.U. or prescribed student visa from Indian Govt. (if student from foreign university) If the student has passed the lower examination from any University/Board other than Punjab University/Punjabi University/Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar, he/she has to produce migration certificate from the concerned Board/University/Punjab Domicile Certificate/Attested copy of selection list of entrance test (if applicable) to the college up to 25-7-2011 for getting Eligibility Certificate from Guru Nanak dev University, Amritsar failing which the student will be penalized Rs.250/- up to 1-82011 and Rs.500/- thereafter as directed by the University and thereafter his/her candidature will be cancelled. Student who has passed SSC-II from National Open School, New Delhi, with four subjects (including English), minimum two years after matric, can be given admission in B.A./ B. Sc. (Pass course)/B. Com only on provisional basis. They will have to pass fifth deficient subject in the coming supplementary or annual examination. Failing which the admission will be cancelled.

Note: Incomplete form will not be entertained for admission. Special Note: The Principal has the discretion to permit or deny admission in any subject/subject combination/option/course/college to any student .


1. The student, whose result is declared late by the Board/University, can get admission within 10 days (from date of declaration of result) without any late fee. 2. Failed students from other institutions will not ordinarily be entertained in any course. 3. The cases for which there are no prescribed rules by Board/University/Institution, the Principal has full decisive powers. 4. College has right to correct the combination if a student chooses or is allowed a wrong subject combination by mistake. 5. College has right to change or close any subject/faculty/subject combination, If the number of student is less than ten. 6. Admission to the streams of Science and Commerce will be merit-based and failed students will not be entertained. 7. The age limit for students of B.A./B.Sc./B.Com. I will be 20 years. 8. The student with compartment in 10+2 or graduation (B.A./B.Com /B.Sc / B.C.A III) can not be admitted in higher courses. If a student clears compartment with in late fee

dates then he/she can be admitted with late fee. Result obtained from internet is not valid but if a student gets secret copy of the result then he/she can be considered. Date of declaration of result will be considered valid not the date of issue of detail marks card. 9. If the enrolment in any subject in B.A. I reaches 60 the college can deny a particular subject combination / combinations to the students.

Special Note: If any student ignores above-mentioned instructions and tries to seek
admission by giving fake statement/document, then he/she will himself/herself be responsible for cancellation of his/her admission and forfeiture of his fee/funds.



Eligibility: For Part I: 10+2 pass or equivalent examination For Part II/III: For getting admission to B.Sc. II / III the student should have passed B.A./ B.Sc. I/II equivalent examination.

B.A.-I / II / II
Course Structure Compulsory Subjects 1. Punjabi / Punjab History & Culture 2. English

Elective /Vocational subjects 1. Computer Science/Home Science 2. Music (V) /Political Science 3. Mathematics /History/ / Early Childhood Care & Education /Automobile Maintenance / Computer Application / Functional English. 4. Economics / Sociology 5. Elective Punjabi

Career prospects of B.A. B.Ed. Job oriented P.G. Courses State/ Centre level competitive exams. Post Graduation in related subjects. M.B.A/L.L.B.

A student will choose three elective subjects or two elective subjects with one vocational subject according to above combinations.

B.Sc. (Economics)
Eligibility: 10+2 with at least 40% marks in aggregate.

Course Structure 1. Punjabi/ Punjab History & Culture 2. English 3. Mathematics 4. Economics 5. Computer Science Career prospects of B.Sc. (Economics) Banking sector Data entry operator Own Computer centre Post Graduation in related subjects. M.C.A./ M.B.A/L.L.B.

B.Sc. (Medical)
Eligibility: 10+2 with at least 40% marks in aggregate with concerned subject group or equivalent examination. Course Structure 1. Punjabi/Punjab History & Culture 2. English 3. Botany 4. Zoology 5. Chemistry Career prospects of B.Sc.(Medical) Medical representative Pharmaceutical company B.Ed. Post Graduation in related subjects. M.B.A/L.L.B.

B. Sc. (Non Medical )

Course Structure 1. Culture 2. 3. 4. 5. Punjabi/ Punjab History & English Mathematics Physics Chemistry

Career prospects of B.Sc.( Non . Medical) Various streams of engineering Pharmaceutical company ? B. Ed. Post graduation in related subjects. M.B.A/M.C.A/L.L.B.

B.Sc. (Computer Science)

Course Structure 1. &Culture 2. 3. 4. 5. Punjabi/ Punjab History English Mathematics Physics Computer Science Career prospects of B.Sc.(Computer Science) Banking sector Data entry operator B.Ed. Post graduation in related subjects. M.B.A/M.C.A/L.L.B.

For B. Sc Computer Science / Non Medical / Medical student should have studied concerned science subjects in 10+2

B. Com.

For Ist year Should have passed 10+2 with 40% marks in aggregate in any stream or equivalent examination. For II /III year For getting admission to B.Com.II / III the student should have passed B.Com. I/II or equivalent exam. Course Structure B.Com. I 1. English 2. Punjabi /Punjab History & Culture 3.Commercial and Labour Laws 4. Financial Accounting 5.Functional management 5.Cost Accounting 6.Quantitative Techniques for Business 6.Business Economics 7.Computer Fundamentals B.Com. II 1. English 2. Punjabi /Punjab History & Culture 3.Company Law and Auditing 4.Corporate Accounting B. Com. III 1. English 2. Punjabi /Punjab History & Culture 3.Income Tax Law and Practice 4.Banking and Insurance Foreign Laws &Procedure 5.Management Accounting & Business Finance 6.Indian Economic Problems 7.Operational research 8.Viva-Voce

Career prospects of B.Com. Banking sector Insurance sector Tax Consultant Entrepreneur C.A. /C.S.I. / I.C.W.A.I. / M.B.A/M.C.A/L.L.B. Post Graduation in related subjects.

B. C. A

2 units (40 seats each) +2 in any stream with 40% marks in aggregate or equivalent examination

Course Structure B.C.A. I B.C.A. II 1. Numerical Methods and Statistical Techniques 2. Internet Applications 3. Database Management System & Oracle. 4. C++ (OOP Language) 5. Data Structures and File Processing. 6. Information systems. 7. Practical in C++ & N.M 8. Practical in Oracle B.C.A. III

1. Introduction to Programming in 1. Computer Networks C 2. PC Computing 2. Software Engineering 3. Introduction to computers and B.C.A.- Part II Information Technology 3. Operating System 4. Mathematics 1. Numerical Methods and 5. Communication Skills Statistical Techniques 4. Computer Graphics 6. Computer Organization and 2. Internet Applications Architecture 3.Database Management 5. Practical in computer 7. Principles of Digital Electronics System & Oracle. graphic & UNIX 8. Practical-I (C Programming) 4. C++(OOP Language) 9. Practical-II (PC Software) 5. Data Structures and File 6. Project report 10. Punjabi/Punjab History and Processing. Culture 6. Information systems. 7. Programming Lab-I Career prospects of B.C.A. 8. Practical in Oracle Programmer Database Administrator Computer Network Expert Junior Technician Clerk cum Junior Data Entry Operator M.C.A/ L.L.B/M.Sc.(I.T./Computer Sci.)

(60 seats)

1 unit

Eligibility Bachelors degree in any stream with 50% marks in aggregate or 45% marks in the subject concerned or equivalent examination or Masters degree from any recognized university.

Course Structure M.A.(Economics) I M.A.(Economics) II 1.Micro Economics 1. Economics of Development and Career prospects ofPlanning M.A.(Economics) 2.Macro Economics 3.Quantitative methods for Economists 2.Intarnatinal Economics Banking 4. Economics of Agriculture 3.Indian Economy& Punjab Economy Eligible for Exams of R.B.I 5.Computer Application for Economists 4.Money Banking & Finance Lecturer ship 5. Agriculture Economics Insurance Sector Corporate Sector Basic Eligibility for IES


1 unit (60

Eligibility Bachelors degree in any faculty with 50% marks in aggregate or 45% marks in the subject concerned or equivalent examination or Masters degree from recognized university. Course Structure M.A.(Pbi.) II 1.Gurmat Kav 1. Aadhunik Punjabi Kavita Career prospects of M.A.(Punjabi) 2.Punjabi Soofi ate Birtant Kav 2. Punjabi Galap Sidhant ate Punjabi Alochna School Teaching in College or 3.Sahit 3. Punjabi Bhasha ate Bhasha Vigyan Sub editor, translator, Proof reader 4. Punjabi Natak ate Rangmanch 4. Punjabi Lokdhara ate Sabhayachar Publishers of Punjabi publications 5. Videshi Punjabi Sahit 5.Punjabi Vartak Own literary magazine, news reader, Anchor & producer in T.V / Radio Employment in public relations /Various language departments M. Sc. (I.T.) (Semester System ) 2 units (30 seats each) Eligibility Graduate with Computer Science/ Information technology/ Computer application/ Computer Maintenance as one of elective subjects with 50% in aggregate or B.C.A/ B.Sc. (I.T.)/BIT or equivalent there to with atleast 50% marks in aggregate or Graduate with mathematics as an elective subject and P.G. Diploma in Computer Application/ PG Diploma in Information Tech./ PG Diploma in E.Com & Internet Application or equivalent with 50% marks in the aggregate. Course Structure
M.A. ( Punjabi) I

M.Sc(I.T.) -

1st Semester
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

M.Sc. (I.T) 2nd Semester

Mobile Computing Distributed Databases. Image Processing. Fuzzy Systems. Networking Design and Performance Analysis. Programming Laboratory II (Distributed Database)

1 Analysis and Design of Embedded Systems 2. Distributed Computing. 3. Advanced Computer Organization and Architecture. 4. Network Operating system. 5. Symbolic Logic and Logic Programming. 6. Programming Laboratory I . ( Network Operating System)

M.Sc(I.T.) -

3rd Semester

M.Sc(I.T.) -

4th Semester

1. Network Protocols. 2. Advanced Web Technologies using ASP.NET 3. Linux Administration 4. System Simulation 5. Microprocessor and its Applications 6. Programming Laboratory III ( Based on Advanced Web Technologies using ASP.NET)

1. Advanced Java Technology 2. Network Security 3. Artificial Neutral Network 4. Programming Laboratory IV ( Based on Advanced Java Technology) 5. Project Work

Career prospects of M. Sc. I.T. Web Designing Specialist Project Manager DTP managers and administrators Career in Computer Education System Integrator MIS Director M.Tech. (IT/ Comp. Sci.)

P. G. D. C.A .

2 units (40 seats each)

Post Graduate Diploma in Computer Application

Eligibility : Graduation in any stream with 45% marks in aggregate or equivalent examination Course structure Eligibility : Graduation in any stream P.G.D.C.A with 45% marks in aggregate or equivalent examination 1.PC Computing-I (MS Office) 5. Network concepts and Management 2. PC Computing-II (Professional DTP) 6. Programming in C 3. Introduction to Scripting languages, 7. Fundamentals of Computer & Web Designing & uses of Internet Operating System. 4. Database Management System through 8. E-Commerce/Business Oracle -8 & system analysis and Design.

Career prospects of P.G.D.C.A DTP manager Clerk cum Junior Data Entry Operator Junior Technician Computer Network and Hardware Troubleshooting

P. G. D. F. S.
Post Graduate Diploma in Financial Services (Banking and Insurance)
Eligibility: Graduation or equivalent examination as recognized by Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar. Course structure P.G.D.F.S. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Financial Services Banking Law & Practices Management Of Banking Services Management Law & Insurance Services Information Technology In Banking Viva Voce Career prospects of P.G.D.F.S Insurance sector Banking sector Financial Advisors

Note: If number of admitted students in a class falls short of the minimum requirement set by the university, the admission made to that class shall be cancelled and the fee etc. deposited shall be refunded to the student in due course under university rules.

Professional Courses
The professional courses of M.B.A.( Two Years) and M.C.A (Three Years) are running successfully. Most of the students have brought laurels to the institution while passing with distinction in examinations of various semesters. Additional two seats are reserved for students of A.S.S.M. College in M.C.A. and M.B.A. subject to fulfillment of the following conditions. 1. The candidate must have studied for at least two years in graduation or post graduation at ASSM College, Mukandpur.

2. The candidate should belong to the rural area category as per university rules applicable from time to time. 3. The admission will be made strictly on the basis of the entrance test conducted by the university on behalf of the state government.

Latest facilities are provided to the students to equip them with latest knowledge and expertise so that they can prove their potential in academics, pursue their careers successfully and face the challenges of life in this competitive world.

Dr. S. S. Johl Library

Excellent reading room facilities. More then 25000 books. 15 newspapers and 40 journals, magazines and periodicals. Open shelf system. Separate book bank for text books (for needy poor students). E-book section. Access to 51000 e-books and 2100 e- journals through inflibnet. Separate dedicated broadband internet lines for library. Photocopy facility at reasonable rates.

Seminar Hall
Excellent academic ambience for extension activities. Seating capacity for 170. Multi media and projector available. Sound system permanently installed. Used as audio visual lab too.

Multipurpose Hall
Kartar Singh Duggal multipurpose hall for indoor games, academic functions, cultural events, fairs, festivals, film screening and public meetings Capacity 800 for sports events and 1700 for other gatherings. Special weather proof roof.

I.T./Computer Department
Five fully air conditioned 5 labs 127s P-IV & Dual Core computers L.C.D projectors Laptops, Printers & Scanners 125 KVA electricity generator Two 7.5 KVA & one 6 KVA online UPS to provide uninterrupted power supply in computer labs Hardware Maintenance Lab with System Analyst. Labs open till 7 pm in the evening.

2 Mbps (1:1) internet bandwidth.

Language Lab
Computerized language LAB WITH Re-Net Software and six KVA online UPS and LCD Display.

Girls Hostel
Well Designed Rooms. Mess facility and common room. 24 hour security arrangements. Table tennis, badminton and other indoor games. Computers and broadband internet facility.

Teachers Flats
Ultra-modern, spacious flats for teachers. 24 hour water supply. Healthy and natural environment. Easy access to faculty.

The college canteen offers the much-needed respite to the students and serves variety of snacks and drinks, which are moderately priced. There is separate arrangement for members of the staff, boys and girl students. Due care is taken to maintain cleanliness and healthy environment.

Fleet of nine buses. Buses ply daily to serve girls from about 150 villages of the area. Transport is available for educational tours, excursions, picnics, site seeing etc. (on nominal charges) Automobile workshop for repair and maintenance. Concessional bus pass facility for male students.

Extensive and well maintained play grounds. Covered and well lit badminton courts. Well equipped gymnasium with Canadian machines. Darshan Gill Sports Stadium with double storeyed grand sports pavilion and extensive playgrounds. Students residing in Mukandpur and nearby villages are encouraged to play Hockey, Cricket, football and other games in the evening to cultivate sportsman spirit in them. Wrestling coaching in collaboration with Harbans Singh Purewal Sports and Education Academy is being started from this session. Wrestling mat and training equipments are available. Our coach, Mr. Suresh Mann, is junior world champion and

NIS trained coach. He is the first person from Punjab, who is sent to Hungry to acquire new coaching techniques, by the government of India. Coaching will be provided totally free of cost. Whole training cost will be borne by Harbans Singh Purewal Sports and Education Academy.

Education Satellite (Edusat) through Guru Nanak Dev University and Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) will be functional soon. Students will have access to educational programmes and may interact with the teacher conducting this programme from a distant station.

Cultural Activities
Amardeep Mela
An annual mega feature of the college Amardeep Mela is celebrated on a large scale to celebrate the birth anniversary of AMARDEEP, also the Foundation Day of the college on 24th December. Exhibitions by various departments of the college Book exhibitions arranged to develop reading habits Punjab heritage exhibition organized Entertainment programmers like Qwali, Giddha, Bhangra, Songs, Skits & Play etc. are other attractions Inter college contests like folk songs; poetical recitation and quiz are also organized

Youth Festival
Other mega events we participated and held during the past years include Inter Zonal Youth Festival of Guru Nanak Dev University. In this four day fest budding artists of the college participated in various competitions like giddha, folk song, one act play, skits debate and elocution etc. This year we won runners up trophy of A division, zonal youth festival of Guru Nanak Dev University Amritsar.

Talent Hunt Competition

To channelize the talent of students simultaneously developing their over all personality a Talent Hunt competition is organized annually.

Co-Curricular Activities
A.S.S.M. College Mukandpur with its Motto-SHUBH KARMAN TE KABHUN NA TARON has always considered the welfare of students as its prime concern. The College Management and faculty members incessantly strive to execute programmes that promote student welfare. Keeping in view this objective many co-curricular activities are encouraged.

N. C. C.
The aim of N.C.C. is to impart military training to students with a view to inculcate a sense of discipline, responsibility and spirit of comradeship. The practical training given to the cadets through Drill, Shooting, Map reading, First-aid training, fire fighting, Mountaineering, Para-shooting during camps, provides the requisite exposure which helps them to compete with added advantage in all fields of life. Our cadets take part in the Independence Day and Republic Day Parades. The complete training is free of cost.

N. S. S.
NSS aims at fostering social consciousness of the youth. Its overall objective is to inculcate the spirit of social service, dignity of labor, community development, national integration and fellow feeling among the students. It has been active in our college since 1994. The college runs three units of N.S.S.-one for boys and two for girls. Activities of N.S.S. include community service of 120 hours a year and special camp of ten days. Other Activities are- Adult Education, Pulse Polio Programmes, FirstAid Training, Campus Beautification, Quiz, Painting and Essay Writing Competitions etc. Activities of N.S.S in the session 2010-2011 include seven days NSS camp organized in village Shukar, One day NSS camp held on 20 September, 2010 to commemorate Death Anniversary of Bhai Kanaya Ji celebrated as 'Manav Sewa Sankalp Diwas' and Celebration of N. S. S. Day on 24 September, 2010 by holding a seminar elaborating the motto 'Not me but you'. Volunteers were inspired to donate blood. An awareness camp and rally on Aids awareness and Drug de addiction was also organized. A series of twelve lectures on various issues like Legal Services, Global Economy Employment Opportunities, Female feticide etc. was organized to make our students responsible and thinking citizens. This series was supported by life long learning department of Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar.

Youth Club
The youth club remains active throughout the year. With a view to break the monotony of the class room teaching, the club organizes hiking and trekking expeditions besides holding debates and declamation contests. Youth club is involved in various other activities, inter college competitions and organizes extension lectures.

Seminars, Extension Lectures

Acknowledging the fact that every institution pines to excel in academics, our college also strives inadvertently to stretch its wings in educational erudition. Adhering to this perspective various seminars and extension lectures were organized. Not only N. S. S. but other departments also conduct seminars and extension lectures, talks, workshops and exercises to widen the horizons of the learners. Some important issues and problems discussed are personality development, technique of data analysis, discriminant analysis and customer loyalty.

Career Guidance & Placement Cell

The Career Guidance and Placement Cell of the college is directly associated with Placement Department of Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar. Career Guidance & Placement Cell organized a series of extension lectures. The aim of this series was to guide the students about their career prospective. Various learned dignitaries shared their views about the demands for young professionals in different sectors especially the expanding information technology and financial sector. In the session 2010-11, two students of Post Graduate Department of Computer Science and Information Technology got placed in the MNCs, TCS and Accenture.

Remedial & Coaching Classes

Remedial classes are organized for the benefit of the students who are slow learners and fail to come up to the required standard in the house examinations. Special attention is given to the bright students for promoting their excellence in various subjects. In the session 2010-2011 coaching classes for bank recruitment and NET/SLET entry into service scheme and remedial classes in various subjects were conducted under U. G. C. XI plan/scheme for S.C/ S.T/O.B.C/minority communities.

Go Green Campaign
Department of Chemistry has launched a Go Green Campaign with a pledge to make our campus clean and green. They also prepared models to spread message to the people to save their environment by using eco friendly articles in their daily life.

Red Ribbon Club & Achievements

Red Ribbon Club is very vibrantly working in the college in Collaboration with Pushpa Gujral Science City,Kapurthala. The Club organizes poster making competitions, lectures and visits to make our students and residents of the area aware about the deadly disease AIDS. Teacher in charges of the Club compiled and translated a book titled AIDS : causes and preventions in Punjabi so that the awareness may spread up to common people. This book has been distributed to the students, college staff and to the local people free of cost.

Girls Grievances Cell

A Girls Grievances Cell operates to cope with problems of girl students. It ensures a safe and congenial atmosphere for the girl students in the college. Quick and suitable action is taken against any complaint from a student thus ensuring a congenial environment in the college without any fear of harassment.

Trips &Tours
Educational Trips are arranged during the session. Such trips cultivate team spirit, mutual adjustment and tolerance among the youth apart from being a medium for entertainment.

College Magazine Amardeep

The college magazine Amardeep published annually. Poems, stories and articles, written by the students, find place in the magazine. Explores literary creativity of the students Books published Our college published a book titled AIDS its causes and preventions in Punjabi so that the awareness can be spread up to common people compiled and translated by Dr. sangeeta and Dr. Ashima. Another publication is a book entitled Guru Har Rai Ji Jeevan Ate Asthan edited by Dr. Charanjit Kaur. The book portrays life, achievements and the contributions made to the society by the seventh Sikh guru, Shri Guru Har Rai Ji.

Following examinations will be held during current academic session. Date-sheets for the same will be displayed accordingly on the Students Notice Board. a) House Examination November b) Special monthly class tests as directed by the subject teachers/ Principal. All the students have to be present in above-mentioned examinations/tests; otherwise they will be penalized under rules.

Eligibility Criteria for University Examination

Every student has to be present in all house examinations and get at least 25% marks in aggregate. A student should have attended at least 75% lectures in every subject. If a student does not fulfill the above criteria, he/she will be detained and roll number will not be issued in any case.

For maintaining the dignity, decorum and discipline of the institution followings points are to be kept in mind seriously.

Discipline Rules
Students must be punctual and regular in attending their classes. Roaming about or standing in the corridors during classes is not allowed except when change in class/period takes place. Movement from one classroom to another should be orderly. In vacant periods, students should go to the Library, Common Room, Gymnasium or Canteen. They must not indulge in loud talk or gossip as it disturbs adjoining classes. Writing and sticking bills on the walls of college is prohibited. Students are not allowed to do any personal correspondence at the college address. No outsider is permitted to meet the students without permission of Principal. Mobiles are not permitted in the college premises.

Candidature of any student found guilty of taking intoxicants/drugs in the college campus shall be cancelled immediately. Any damage to the college property will be severely penalized. Such students will not be allowed to continue their studies in the college. Students who bring their motorcycle with altered or damaged silencers and produce noise pollution will be fined Rs. 250. Students are directed to desist any kind of ragging. Students are directed not to go to multipurpose hall and sit or stand on the open air theatre. Any defaulters will be fined Rs. 500 and can be expelled from the college under special circumstances.

Strict disciplinary action will be taken against careless and indisciplined students.

Change of Subject
A student can change subject/subjects within 15 days from commencement of classes by filling prescribed Performa available from the office. Lectures in the subject would be counted from the date the classes started and not from the date of changing the subject. A student cannot change subject without informing the office and without the consent of concerned teachers.

Fee Rules
It will be the responsibility of the student to deposit the fees in time, irrespective of the fact that it is notified on the Notice Board or not. Late fee fine Rs. 20 per day will be charged if dues are not cleared in time. Students seeking late admission will not have any concession in late fee. Fees once deposited will not be refunded. If a student leaves the college in the middle of the session he/she is required to inform the authorities. Failing this he/she will have to deposit all dues along with fines in order to claim any certificate from the college. Half tuition fee will be charged from the junior most of two or more brothers/sisters studying in the institution. Students who leave the college can get the refund of their security by 30th November in the following session, subject to the condition that all their dues are cleared .If not claimed in time, security will stand lapsed. Students will have to produce original receipt of their fee of first year in the college at the time of security refund. As per Punjab Government scheme of Post Matric scholarship for the students belonging to S.C and S. T for studying in India some fees shall be reimbursed by the government. The relevant para is as under : Scholars will be paid enrolment/ registration, tuition, games, union, library, magazine, medical examination and such other fees compulsorily payable by the scholar to the institution or university/board. Refundable deposit like caution money, security deposit will, however, be excluded. Note: Compulsory non-refundable fee charged by recognized institutions against free and paid seats of recognized courses can be fully reimbursed as per the fee structure

approved by the competent state/central government authority . However, while sanctioning scholarship against paid seats , state government should make the income verification compulsory.

Leave Rules
If a student is absent continuously for ten days from a class without sanction of leave, his/her name may be struck off. Re-admission may be allowed only on the request of parents. Leave should be applied for personally by the student on the prescribed form available in the office. A fine of Re.1/- per lecture will be charged for absence from the class. Leave sanctioned by the teacher means only remittance of fine. No relaxation in lectures will be given. In case of serious illness the leave application must be submitted as soon as possible along with medical certificate. Even then there can be no relaxation in the university condition of minimum lectures.

Transport Rules
Routes of Buses can be changed from time to time. Second route students will not be permitted to go back by first route.

Examination Rules
A student may not be permitted to appear in House Exams/University Exams if he/she fails to deposit fee in time. Absent students in house examination will be penalized Rs.100/- per subject/paper subject to maximum of Rs. 300.

Library & Identity Card Rules

Library remains open throughout the session except on Sundays and other holidays. Student should deposit their personal belongings at the entrance before getting into the library. Students will not take cuttings from library books, newspapers or magazines. Books will be issued for days mentioned in due date slip or for 14 days. Fine of Rs. 1 per day will be charged for overdue books. A student, who loses, defaces or otherwise damages any book shall have to pay the full cost of the book as per prevailing rates. Books should be carefully checked before getting issued. Number of books which can be borrowed at a time from library is : Undergraduate classes Three books Post Graduate classes Six books Library tickets should not be lent/borrowed/misplaced and are to be submitted in the library at the end of session for clearance of account. If the tickets are lost the student will be responsible for the misuse of the tickets and will have to pay for the books if those are issued on the lost tickets.

Loss of ticket should be reported to the Librarian. A fine of Rs.10 per ticket will be charged for the loss of ticket. Perfect order and silence are expected in the library and reading hall. Each student will be issued an identity card at the commencement of the session. The students are required to be in possession of their identity cards while in College and produce the same if asked for. The loss of identity card should be reported immediately and a police FIR is to be done in that case. Fine of Rs.50/- will be charged in case of loss of Identity Card. It is the responsibility of the student to get duplicate card issued immediately. Reference books and magazines will not be issued to the students. At the end of the academic year every student must obtain a No Due Certificate from the librarian to enable him / her to sit in the examination and claim back the library security

Textbooks are given free of charge for full academic session to the poor & deserving students from Book-Bank.

Special Instructions
Any change in address should be intimated to the office. The instructions on the notice board should be read daily. Students must listen carefully to the instructions given during assembly and follow them earnestly. No student is allowed to change his/her address to village Mukandpur. The college shall correspond at the original address filled in admission form.

Points to be noted by the Parents/Guardians

Contact college immediately whenever informed about any problem. Make sure that your ward takes all the house examinations/class tests. It is most essential that your ward secures the minimum marks in house examination and has attended minimum required lectures in all subjects to enable him/her to take University Examinations. Failing this roll number will not be issued. Check the report card personally.

With a view to help the economically weak and meritorious students, the college offers many scholarships, free ships and prizes. They include Academic, Sports and Cultural scholarships. Fee concessions are also given to deserving students. Here is a provision of free education for physically challenged students. The financial assistance shall be provided to deserving and eligible students as per College/University/Government rules; the same shall be displayed on the notice board of the college. Those who wish to avail this facility shall have to apply in time as per notice displayed. The list of government scholarships available is as follows: Government Scholarships Govt. of India /State Government merit scholarship Ex-servicemen ward scholarship.

Govt. of India Scholarship for Government teachers wards Low Income Scholarship Backward Classes and Scheduled Castes Stipend State Harijans (scheduled castes) development Plans Special Grant for Girls of Scheduled Caste Scheme of post matric scholarship for students belonging to the minority communities

Other Scholarships Fee concession to university employees shall be given as per ordinances of Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar. Various other scholarships are given to our students with the help of our NRI/ Indian donors and NGOs. Reservations of all types shall be given as per rules of Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar. SPECIAL NOTE: Government, university and college has every right to change any rule/information given in this prospectus and his decision of principal in this regard shall be final and binding.


Students have the freedom to diversify into various fields not necessarily related with their core-discipline. Vocational study as elective subjects a. Computer Applications. b. Functional English. c. Early Childhood Care and Education. d. Automobile Maintenance. Add-On Courses a. Data Care Management (IT) b. Insurance & Risk Management. c. Early Childhood Care and Education. d. Automobile Maintenance.


Sr. No. 1. Name Dr. Gurjant Singh Qualification M. A., M. Phil, Ph. D Subject/ Designation Punjabi Associate Professor Mathematics Associate Professor Music Associate Professor Physics Duties Assigned Discipline / Fee concessions/Scholarships/Stipend /Financial Aid & Other fee related problems Admission, Library In charge Student Bus Pass Time Table, Cultural Activities Guidance boys accommodation

2. 3. 4.

Mr. Sanjay Dhawan. Mr. Shamshad Ali Mr. Manjit Singh

M. Sc., M. Phil, Post M. Sc Dip. in Comp. Sci. M. A.(Gold Medal), M. Phil M. Sc., JPT

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Dr. Charanjit Kaur Ms. Nirdosh Kaur Mr. Jagwinder Singh Dr. Karamjeet Kaur Dr. Sangeeta

M. A., M. Phil, Ph. D M. A., M. Phil, M. Lib, NET M. A, NET M. Com.(Gold Medal), NET, Ph. D M. Sc., NET, Ph. D

Associate Professor History Associate Professor Political Science Associate Professor Punjabi Assistant Professor Commerce Assistant Professor Mathematics Assistant Professor Computer Science Assistant Professor Economics Assistant Professor Computer Science Assistant Professor Economics Assistant Professor Chemistry Assistant Professor Commerce Assistant Professor Librarian

Electricity & Electrical equipments Discipline N. S. S. Girls grievances cell, Book Bank Youth Club Transport, N .S.S., Gymnasium Sports Fee concession Gurudwara Registrar House Exam. Prospectus Magazine Girls hostel Language lab M. C. A. related issues N.S.S. Edusat, career Guidance and Placement cell College Website Infrastructure related College.Prospectus, N.C.C issues,

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Mr. Sukhminder Dass Bawa Ms. Ramanpreet Kaur Mr. Sarabjeet Singh

M. Tech (I. T.) M. A., M. Phil, NET M. C. A


Mr. Rupinder Singh

M. A., M. Phil (with Distinction), NET M. Sc., NET, Ph. D


Dr. Ashima Passi

Red Ribbon Club Incharge Science Department M.B.A related issues, Identity card and library related issues

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Dr. Meghna Aggarwal Ms. Shweta

M. Com, NET, Ph. D M. A., NET, M. Lib

Certificate Course in Dress Designing, Cutting and Tailoring

Eligibility: Matriculation or equivalent degree. This course is conducted under the aegis of department of Life Long Learning of Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar. On successful completion of the course, the department shall issue the certificate. Interested girl students are advised to fill the special form available in the office. The last date for the sale of forms is .. There are only 40 seats available and the admission shall be done strictly on merit. Course structure C. C. D. C. T.

1. Dress Designing and Garment Construction (Theory). 2. Garment Construction (Theory). 3. Production Exhibition and Order (Practical). Fee structure Admission fee: Rs. 500 Tuition fee: Rs. 400 per month. Annual Examination fee: Rs. 200.


Students are directed to desist any kind of ragging. Various forms of ragging are: Display of noisy, disorderly conduct, teasing, excitement by rough or rude treatment or handling, in disciplined activities which cause or are likely to cause annoyance, undue hardship, physical or psychological harm or raise apprehensive fear in a fresher, or asking the student to do any act or perform which such a student will not do in the ordinary course and which cause him / her shame or embarrassment or danger to his/her life etc. Punishment for Participation in/or Abetment of Ragging: Cancellation of admission. Suspension from classes. Withholding/withdrawing scholarship/fellowship and other benefits. Debarring from appearing in any test/examination or other educational process or withholding result. Rustication from the institution for period varying from six months to two years. Expulsion from the institution and consequent debarring from admission to any other institution. Fine up to Rs. 25000/-. F.I.R may be registered. Anti Ragging Committee Mr. Sanjay Dhawan Mr. Manjit Singh Dr. Charanjit Kaur Dr. Karamjeet Kaur Mr. Sukhminder Dass Bawa Mrs. Nirdosh Kaur

New Additions in the College

Public address system installed. Close circuit cameras for surveillance and security.

Four computers and broad band internet provided in the hostel. More than 2500 books worth Rs. 3 lakh added in the library. Two new labs and 50 new computers added. New equipments and apparatuses in science labs. New furniture in canteen. Wrestling coaching in collaboration with Harbans Singh Purewal Sports and Education Academy is being started from this session. Wrestling mat and training equipments are available. Our coach, Mr. Suresh Mann, is junior world champion and NIS trained coach. He is the first person from Punjab, who is sent to Hungry to acquire new coaching techniques, by the government of India. Coaching will be provided totally free of cost. Whole training cost will be borne by Harbans Singh Purewal Sports and Education Academy.