School of Commerce and Management, Khalsa College Patiala organised "Springspree Fest" this week in the college campus. Dr. Dharminder Singh Ubha, Pri Read More..
Khalsa College Patiala organised Springspree Fest
School of Commerce and Management, Khalsa College Patiala organised "Springspree Fest" this week in the college campus. Dr. Dharminder Singh Ubha, Principal of the college inaugurated the fest and congratulated faculty members and students of the department for organising such a lovely and colourful program. He encouraged students to be creative and innovative with their ideas and take part in extra-curricular activities. He said that such events help students to show their talent and also inculcate team spirit and cooperation among them. Deputy Principal Dr. Jasleen Kaur, Head of PG Department of Music Vocal Dr. Jagjit Singh and Controller Examination Dr. Ravinderjit Singh also graced the occasion with their presence.
During the four day long fest students participated in different activities organised by the department such as Kaun Banega Entrepreneur, Social Message by tik-tok, Life Story Competition, King's of Advertisement, Innovation on its Peak and Awesome Blossom. The last day of the fest started with Virsa-The Walk and after that Dr. Dharminder Singh Ubha distributed certificates and medals to the winners of various competitions. Students of graduate and post graduate classes organised different refreshment and game stalls. Best managed game stalls were declared and the winner were given prizes. Towards the end of the fest Raffle Draw was held in which 1st, 2nd and 3rd prizes winners were declared and more than 30 consolation prizes were also distributed.
At the end of the fest Dr. Jasleen Kaur congratulated and appreciated the efforts of faculty members and the students in organising the Springspree Fest. She said that the basic purpose of organising such event is to make students aware about real life business practices and how to deal with customers. During the event faculty members from various departments and students in large numbers visited the stalls.
The two day International Khalsa College Global Punjabi Conference began today at Khalsa College Patiala with vibrant colors and enthusiasm. The confe Read More..
GLOBAL PUNJABI CONFERENCE BEGINS AT KHALSA COLLEGE PATIALA
The two day International Khalsa College Global Punjabi Conference began today at Khalsa College Patiala with vibrant colors and enthusiasm. The conference has been dedicated to 550th Birth Anniversary of Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji. Bhai Gobind Singh Longowal, President, Shiromani Gurudwara Prabandhak Committee Sri Amritsar Sahib, inaugurated the conference as Chief Guest. Various scholars and dignitaries from various states of India and from all over the world, attended this conference. The inaugural session of the conference was presided by S. Balwinder Singh Bhundar Member Parliament and the Key Note Speech was delivered by Padam Shree Dr. Surjeet Pattar. College Principal Dr. Dharminder Singh Ubha welcomed the eminent personalities and told about the theme of the conference. The Souvenir of the conference was released on this occasion. A book edited by Punjabi Department of the college Punjabi Bhasha Sthiki Ate Sambhavnavan was also released. The book includes selected papers presented during first Khalsa College Global Punjabi Conference. The conference began with the presentation of Punjabi Culture through 'Jaago'. S. Surjit Singh Rakhra, Honorary Secretary, College Governing Body thanked all the dignitaries.
During the inaugural session of the conference, Dr. Ratan Singh Jaggi was awarded Khalsa College Global Punjab Ratan Award-2019 for his valuable contribution to the field of literature. Khalsa College Global Punjab Gaurav Award-2019 was awarded to Principal Sarwan Singh for Literature and Sports, Dr. Gurnam Singh for Gurmat Sangeet, Prof. Gurbhajan Gill for Punjabi Literature, Dr. Satish Kumar Verma for Punjabi theatre and Dr. Vaneeta for Criticism, Translation and Punjabi Literature. Maan Punjab Da Award-2019 was presented to S. Darshan Singh Dhaliwal for promoting Punjabi Culture, Sr. S.P.S. Oberoi for the welfare of humanity at global level, Sri Rabinder Narayan for promoting Punjabi Lanuage and Culture at global level through the medium of media and S. Sukhi Baath for promoting Punjabi Language and culture in Canada.
Intellectuals, Authors and Media Professionals from India, U.S.A, Italy, Canada, UK, Norway, U.A.E, Russia and Dubai presented their views. More than hundred delegates presented their research papers during the conference.
Bhai Gobind Singh Longowal, President Shiromani Gurudwara Prabandhak Committee Sri Amritsar Sahib said that Guru Nanak Dev Ji illuminated the world with his thoughts. His preachings should be followed to remove social evils from society. S. Surjit Singh Rakhra said, while addressing the audience that 550th birth anniversary of Guru Nanak Dev Ji is being celebrated all over the world. He thanked Almighty for His blessings on Khalsa College.
Dr. Surjit Pattar said in his Key note address that Punjabi Language needs to be promoted as a part of Punjabi Culture. The persons who achieved great success in this world always gave respect and preference to their mother tongue.
S. Balwinder Singh Bhundar said in his speech that values of Sikh Religion and Punjabi Culture have to be maintained by not only reading the bani of Sri Guru Granth Sahib but also by feeling love for the bani. The social evils like dowry system and drug addiction can be eradicated from the society by taking responsible actions.
College Principal Dr. Dharminder Singh Ubha said that the aim of conference is to spread the preaching of Guru Nanak Dev Ji and to promote Punjabi language, tradition and culture.
During the second session of the conference entitled "Pravaasi Sahit Chintan: Sthiti Ate Sambhavnavan", S. Sohinderbir Singh from U.S.A., Sri Vishal from Italy, S. Mohan Singh Gill from Canada, Sri Darshandhir from U.K., S. Jainail Singh Sekha from Canada, S. Harjinder Singh Sandhawalia from U.S.A. and S. Jagdish Singh from Norway shared their views on Punjabi People living in foreign countries.
During the afternoon session entitled Ik Sanvad Punjabi Media Sthiti Te Sarokar, S. Varinder Singh Walia, Editor Punjabi Jagran was presented as Chief Guest. S. Amarjit Singh Wraich, Director, A.I.R. Patiala gave his presidential speech and S. Randeep Singh Ahluwalia, Deputy Director, P.R. Punjab was present as Guest of Honour. The main speakers during the session were S. Narinderpal Singh Hundal, U.S.A., S. Baljit Singh Brar, Editor Punjab Times, Sri S. Ashok Bhora, U.S.A., S. Sukhmandar Singh Brar, Canada, Smt. Sherry Gourava, Web T.V. Jagbani, S. Kuldeep Singh, Sur-Sangam Radio, Canada. S. Harpreet Singh, Deputy Editor, P.T.C News conducted the session.
Prof. Jaspreet Kaur conducted the stage during the inaugural session. During the first session of the conference Prof. Paramjit Kaur thanked the guests and Dr. Pushpinder Kaur conducted the stage. During the session Dr. Davinder Singh conducted the proceedings and Dr. Jaswinder Singh thanked everyone present during the session
On the 59th Foundation Day of Khalsa College Patiala, the college organized a special program for environment awareness in the society. After kirtan a Read More..
CAMPAIGN FOR ENVIRONMENT AWARENESS ON FOUNDATION DAY
OF KHALSA COLLEGE PATIALA
On the 59th Foundation Day of Khalsa College Patiala, the college organized a special program for environment awareness in the society. After kirtan and ardaas in the presence of Guru Granth Sahib, lectures were delivered by eminent personalities marking the day as Environment Awareness Day. The day was dedicated to 550th birth anniversary of Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji and 550 saplings were planned to be planted to begin environment campaign. S. Kahan Singh Pannu, IAS, Director, Environment and Climate Change, graced the occasion as chief guest and Dr. Tejinder Kaur Dhaliwal, Director Education, S.G.P.C., Sri Amritsar Sahib, was present as the Guest of Honor.
S. Kahan Singh Pannu spoke elaborately on the adverse effects on environment due to wrong practices adopted by people during their day to day life. “The environment is deteriorating at drastic level and the consequences are alarming” said S. Pannu. Ground water level is decreasing at a fast rate due to lack of resource management and water scarcity is a serious issue for coming future. Air pollution is causing serious diseases especially among children in the formative age group of 0-6 years. S. Pannu stressed upon the fact that the environmental pollution is only a symptom. The root cause of all kinds of physical pollution lies in the wrong mentality of people who indulge in anti-environment practices. Dr. Tejinder Kaur Dhaliwal spoke on the dire need to improve the education system. She said that the improvement needs to begin at elementary level to compete globally at later stages. Dr. Dhaliwal emphasized upon the development of strong ethics among teachers who are responsible for the foundation of a better society.
Dr Dharminder Singh Ubha, Principal, Khalsa College Patiala, welcomed all the guests and told about the objectives and achievements of the college. He said that the college holds significant historical importance as it was founded in 1960 by eminent scholar Dr Ganda Singh. The mission of the college is to maintain the spirit of empowering students through knowledge and strong value system. S. Surjit Singh Rakhra, Honorary Secretary, College Governing Body, appreciated the efforts made by the college and shared his views regarding the creation of a better society.
I wish to express my gratitude to Khalsa College Patiala, for giving me a chance to be a part of Computer Science Department. The department concentrates on the overall development of students.
Anmol Rattan Singh SidhuB.C.A -I
I am glad to be associated with the PG Department of Computer Science. Our department has well equipped workshops, labs and lecture halls and the faculty and staff are ever reachable.
Alam Noor SinghB.C.A -I
The Department of Agriculture is enriched with competent and dedicated faculty members to bring out the best in students.The department concentrates on the overall development of students.
Lovepreet Singh KalerM.Sc-II Agronomy
It was an incredible experience being in Khalsa College Patiala for those three years. it gave a direction to my dreams.I must mention that I got a very friendly and comfortable environment at the campus.
Khalsa College, Patiala is one of the renowned institutes of higher education in the state of Punjab.It is a matter of pride that the National Assessment and Accreditation Council, Bangalore has awarded the institution 'A' Grade in May 2015 after reaccreditation.