Khalsa College Patiala celebrated National Girl Child Day
Girl Students Welfare Committee and Nanni Chaan Cell of Khalsa College Patiala Collaborateively celebrated National Girls Child Day on the guidelines issues by Ministry of Women and Child Development. On this day, the college organized two lectures – “Dietry Diversifications” by Dr. Balbir Kaur and “Why is National Girl Child Day Celebrated” by Dr. Pushpinder Kaur. Essay writing competitions on the themes of “Importance of Education for Girls” and “Role of Girls in Social Development”, and poster making Competition on the topic “Save Girl Child” were conducted. Also, Dr. Dharminder Singh Ubha, Principal, Faculty members and Girl Students shared their photos on the theme of “Selfie With Daughter”. Around 100 girl students participated wholeheartedly in these events.
In his address, Principal Dr. Ubha gave the message that Girls are the precious treasure of the society. In them lies the true happiness and prosperity of that soceity. Therefore, we should bring up our girls in a proper way so that we can lay the foundation of a healthy society. He further said that they should be given all opporunities for their growth.
Dr. Balbir Kaur, Head of Home Science Department, said in her address that our diet should always be seasonal, regional, traditional and full of freshness. With this only, we can stay healthy and our society will be prosperous.
Dr. Pushpinder Kaur, Convenor of Nanni Chaan Cell, in her addresss, made students aware about gender inequality prevalent in the soceity and how to eradicate it by making people aware about girls’s rights. She also passed on the information regarding various schemes and programmes sponsored by the Govt., of India to bring gender equality in the society.
On this occasion, Dean Girl Students welfare committee and Nanni Chaan Cell, Prof Sukhmeen Kaur, and Convenor, Girl Students welfare committee Prof Rajwinder Kaur emphasized in the respective addresses that a girl can only become talented and courageous woman when she is filled with confidence right from her childhood and is provided with opporunities to grow. They also stressed this idea that education is the only key to their financial independence.
Khalsa College Patiala Congratulates S. Harjinder Singh Dhami Ji on becoming President, Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee, Sri Amritsar Sahib
In the annual session of Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee, Sri Amritsar Sahib. Mr. Harjinder Singh Dhami, President, Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee, Sri Amritsar Sahib, S. Raghujit Singh Virk, Senior Vice President, Principal Surinder Singh, Junior Vice President and S. Karnail Singh Panjoli, General Secretary were congratulated by Honorary Secretary of the Governing Body of Khalsa College Patiala, S. Surjit Singh Rakhra, Principal Dr. Dharminder Singh Ubha, staff members and students.
On this occasion S. Surjit Singh Rakhra said that Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee is the foremost body of the Sikh Panth. Congratulating S. Harjinder Singh Dhami on becoming the President of Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee, he said that the long experience of S. Harjinder Singh Dhami ji will give further impetus to the progress and development of the organizations affiliated to the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC).
On this occasion, college principal Dr. Dharminder Singh Ubha, while expressing happiness with the staff and students, said that S. Harjinder Singh Dhami is an advocate and has a deep understanding of Panthic issues. It is noteworthy that S. Harjinder Singh Dhami ji has been the Chief Secretary, Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee since last year. Due to his services in the recent past, the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee has accomplished very important tasks which will be of benefit in future also. On this occasion the Principal and all the staff members also congratulated the elected internal members and prayed to God that the organization would make its name in the world by progressing further.
Bravehearts Club and English Literary Society organized an activity, ‘Spreading Happiness’ on the occasion of Gurpurab of Guru Nanak Dev Ji
Bravehearts Club and English Literary Society of P.G department of Cultural Studies and Foreign Languages collaboratively organized an activity under the banner of 'spreading happiness' on 18th November 2021 to commemorate the birth anniversary of Shri Guru Nanak Dev Ji. The main objective of the activity was to spread happiness among the poor and underprivileged students of a school in slum, Daya Sagar School in Patiala by donating them school shoes. For this, rupees 7350 were collected from the faculty members, students and coordinators of the club. Total 70 pairs of shoes were purchased with the money and donated to the students of this school. Members of both clubs participated in the activity wholeheartedly and with great enthusiasm. Prof. Jaspreet Kaur, convenor Bravehearts and Dr Rubal Brar, convenor English Literary Society encouraged the students for such activities. Dr. Deepinderjeet Randhawa appreciated the efforts of the club members and inspired the students towards social welfare activities. Principal Dr. Dharminder Singh Ubha applauded the effort of the department and addressed the students to inculcate the teachings of Guru Nanak Dev Ji in their lives.
Khalsa College Patiala Wins Overall Trophy in Inter-Regional Youth Festival and Lok Mela
Khalsa College Patiala has won the overall trophy in the Inter-Regional Youth Festival and Lok Mela for the fourth time in a row. 274 colleges affiliated to Punjabi University Patiala participated in this Lok Mela. In Regional Youth Festival, 39 teams of Khalsa College Patiala won first and second positions which participated in this Inter-Regional Youth Festival. In addition to the overall trophy, Khalsa College has also bagged a trophy of music items.
Bibi Jagir Kaur, President, S.G.P.C, Sri Amritsar Sahib congratulated college Principal Dr. Dharminder Singh Ubha, Staff members and students and said that Khalsa College Patiala is reaching new heights of development which is a matter of pride.
S. Surjit Singh Rakhra, Honorary Secretary and Former Minister Punjab Govt., congratulated Khalsa College on this occasion and said that Khalsa College Patiala has proved that it is one of the foremost institutions in educational as well as co-educational activities which has won the overall trophy for the fourth time in a row in the inter-regional youth festival and lok mela.
S. Sukhminder Singh, Education Secretary, Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee, congratulated all the staff members and students of Khalsa College on this occasion and said that this achievement of Khalsa College Patiala is commendable. He also said that in these competitions conducted at the university level, the three colleges which have secured first, second and third place are running under the management of Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee.
S. Satvinder Singh Tohra, member internal committee, Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee, expressed his happiness over this achievement of Khalsa College Patiala.
Dr. Dharminder Singh Ubha, Principal, Khalsa College, Patiala, while expressing happiness on the occasion, said that Khalsa College, Patiala is an institution committed to the overall development of students. Becoming the overall champion for the fourth time in a row is a testament to the fact that Khalsa College has become one of the leading educational institutions in the country. He also said that while these competitions contribute to the overall development of the students, the success achieved in these competitions further elevates our intentions.
Dr. Harvinder Kaur, Dean Cultural and Vice Principal, Khalsa College Patiala said that Khalsa College has got this trophy as a result of hard work done by the students and staff members.
Program organized under Voter Awareness Campaign at Khalsa College, Patiala
On the basis of eligibility date of January 1, 2022 and the instructions of Election Commission of India a special program was organized at Khalsa College, Patiala to encourage the youth to cast their votes. District Nodal Officer Sweep Prof. Gurbakhshish Singh Antal, SardarRupinder Singh and Sweep supervisor ReetJashan Singh Sidhu were the chief guests.
College Principal Dr. Dharminder Singh Ubha appreciated the efforts of the department and said that full participation of the youth in the electoral process is essential for strengthening Indian democracy. District Nodal Officer Sweep Prof. Gurbakhshish Singh Antal encouraged the college students to cast their vote through the Voter Helpline and online method and also informed them to fill up Form No. 6 for creating a new vote. Sweep in-charge Rupinder Singh and S. ReetJashan Singh Sidhu informed that the work of revision of photo voter lists on the basis of eligibility date 01 January 2022 has been started from 01 November 2021 which will continue till 30 November 2021.
During this program a new voting camp was also organized under the guidance of Sweep Prof. Jagtar Singh, Nodal Officer of the College in which 91 students filled up the forms for making new votes.
Khalsa College Patiala organises National seminar on 50th year of Indo Pak war 1971
Khalsa College Patiala organised one day National seminar on "Panel Discussion on 50 years of Indo Pak war (Liberation war of Bangladesh): A Retrospection" with the collaboration of Defence Department and NCC Naval Army and Air Wing. During the seminar the Patiala wing of Indian Army organised an exhibition for two days. The exhibition displayed the military arms and ammunition. Lieutenant General J S Cheema, Major General B S Grewal, Chief in Commander General Ajay Singh, Defence Expert S. Mandeep Singh Bajwa and Lieutenant General M J S Kahlon were present as chief guests on this occasion.
College Principal Dr Dharminder Singh Ubha welcomed the guests and said that the educational institutions in the present time need to make the youth aware about the important aspects of history. He also said that such seminars play a major role in introducing the students to their historical important aspects. The chief guest Lieutenant General J S Cheema who is Vice Chancellor, Sports University, Patiala said that during the Bangladesh war Indian Army fought in a very professional manner and created history by making Pakistan soldiers to surrender in large number. The keynote speaker Major General B S Grewal told about the important wars fought between India and Pakistan in which Indian Army fought with great bravery and leaders of the Army showed exemplary courage. Lieutenant General Ajay Singh, Chief in Commander, Andaman Nicobar, who joined online, explained in detail about many important aspects related to 1971 war and he said that Indian Army not only fights with arms and ammunition but also with psychological strategies. S. Mandeep Singh Bajwa, Defence Expert, told about many challenges that Indian Army has to face and also told about many improvements done by the government for the welfare of Indian Army. In the valedictory session of the seminar, Lieutenant General M J S Kahlon told that during the 1971 war India gave a message to the whole world that it can fight war with latest technology. Dr Kamal Kinger, Head, Defence Studies, Punjabi University Patiala told that the war is not only fought in war field but it is also about many strategies related to war. There are many overt and covert aspects related to war. Students and teachers from different educational institutions participated in the seminar. Professor Baldev Singh, Head, Defence Department, thanked the eminent personalities present during the seminar. NCC Naval wing ANO Dr Sarabjeet Singh , CTO of Army wing Professor Rajvinder Singh and NCC cadets were present during the seminar. Professor Jaspreet Kaur conducted the stage proceedings.
Khalsa College Patiala releases Punjabi translation of Nitishtakam book
Khalsa College Patiala released Punjabi translation of the world famous book Nitishtakam written by Sri Bhartri Hari. Prof Manish Kumar of Sanskrit Department of Khalsa College Patiala translated the book from sanskrit language. The verses written by Sri Bhartrihari have been transliterated as well as the meaning of difficult words has been explained in Punjabi. All the verses have been explained and the meanings of the verses have been recorded. There are a total of one hundred verses recorded in this book in which an attempt has been made to explain in detail about the duties of a human being. 'Nitishtakam' means a collection of hundred verses on ethics (social virtues).
Dr. Dharminder Singh Ubha, Principal, Khalsa College, Patiala said that in Nitishtakam, Sri Sri Bharathari Ji has written about the worldly behavior in verse form through his personal experiences. In these verses he has strongly condemned evil, ignorance, greed, desire for other's wealth and ego. and has praised the virtues of self-respect, tolerance, humility, erudition, gentleness etc. Due to Nitishtakam being an important and enlightening book of Sanskrit, Khalsa College Patiala decided to get its Punjabi translation. On this occasion Dr Ubha also congratulated Manish Kumar Shastri, Editor and Translator of this book. Deputy Principal Dr Jasleen Kaur, Vice Principal Dr. Harwinder Kaur and other staff members were present on this occasion.
Bibi Jagir Kaur, President SGPC Sri Amritsar Sahib inaugurated a Coaching Center for Competitive Civil Services Examinations and Sports Complex at Khalsa College, Patiala.
Dedicated to 400th anniversary of Sri Guru Teg Bahadur Ji
Bibi Jagir Kaur Inaugurates Competitive Examination Coaching And Sports Complex Center At Khalsa College Patiala
Bibi Jagir Kaur, President Shiromani Gurudwara Parbandhak Committee Sri Amritsar Sahib inaugurated a Coaching Center for Competitive Civil Services Examinations and Sports Complex at Khalsa College, Patiala in which free coaching will be given to Sikh candidates for the civil service examinations. She also inaugurated Baba Banda Singh Bahadur Sports Complex at Khalsa College, Patiala to promote sports. She also laid the foundation stone of Guru Tegh Bahadur Khalsa Public School Dhamomajra run by Khalsa College Patiala.
On this occasion Bibi Jagir Kaur Ji said that for the upliftment of the Panth and to provide free coaching to the Sikh students, the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee has set up a coaching center at Khalsa College, Patiala. She also said that Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee is beginning its first public school in Patiala city which would be accredited by CBSE. To provide best education has always been a priority for Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC). It strives to ensure that our students receive world class education. She said that Baba Banda Singh Bahadur Sports Complex will provide high quality sports facilities to the students which will enable our students to perform well.
S. Surjit Singh Rakhra Honorary Secretary College Governing Body and former Minister Punjab Government, expressed happiness on this occasion and said that Khalsa College Patiala is an emerging educational institution not only of Punjab but also of India. The establishment of coaching centre, Baba Banda Singh Bahadur Sports Complex and Guru Tegh Bahadur Public School will further pave the way for its development.
S. Harjinder Singh Dhami Chief Secretary Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee said on this occasion that the path of progress of the nation is through educational institutions.
S. Sukhminder Singh, Education Secretary Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee, said that continuous work is being done for the holistic development of students in the educational institutions run by Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee.
S. Satwinder Singh Tohra, Member Internal Committee, Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee said that contemporary education is necessary for the progress of our students.
Dr. Dharminder Singh Ubha Principal Khalsa College Patiala said that today is a very auspicious day for us when Sports Complex, Coaching Center and Public School have been inaugurated at Khalsa College Patiala. He thanked Bibi Jagir Kaur Ji and said that this would further enhance the progress of Khalsa College Patiala.
On this occasion, S. Nirmal Singh Hariau, Member Shiromani Committee, Bibi Kuldeep Kaur Tohra, Member Shiromani Committee, S. Bhupinder Singh Bhalwan, S. Kuldeep Singh Nassupur, Member Shiromani Committee S. Jarnail Singh, Member Shiromani Committee, Bibi Hardeep Kaur, Member Shiromani Committee, S. Surjit Singh, Member Shiromani Committee and all staff members were present.
Khalsa College Patiala Organizes Seminar on Free Legal Aid
Khalsa College Patiala Organizes Seminar on Free Legal Aid
A seminar on "Free Legal Aid" was organized by Legal Literacy Cell and Faculty of Social Sciences at Khalsa College, Patiala today in which Dr. Poonamdeep Singh, Head, Department of Public Administration, while addressing the students, apprised them about the various provisions of the Legal Services Authority Act, 1987 of the Government of India. Under this act, free legal services, Authorities and Committees have been set up at central, state, district levels. He said that the Government of India has provided free legal services to women, children, Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, disabled and industrial workers and Provision has been made for waiving off all other fees apart from court fees and lawyer's fees. He also spoke about the proceedings of Lok Adalats and other fast track courts in this regard.
On this occasion the Vice Principal of the college Dr. Harvinder Kaur said that we should understand the seriousness of these matters and gather information about them. She said that we should be aware of our rights as well as our duties.
On this occasion, Dean Social Sciences, Prof. Jatinder Singh Bhutal told the students that awareness of such topics is very important for all of us. A large number of students participated in this seminar. On this occasion, Head of the Department of Social Religious Studies Dr. Gurveer Singh and Head of Defense Department Dr Baldev Singh and other staff members were also present.
Students of Khalsa College Patiala rallied for awareness campaign against burning of straw.
Students of NSS and NCC (Army Wing) of Khalsa College Patiala, following the guidelines issued by Punjab Pollution Control Board and NSS Department rallied in village Dhablan and Jahlan in Patiala district to sensitize the farmers against burning straw. A rally was organized for this purpose in which more than 200 volunteers and about 12 staff members participated. The farmers' response at the village level was also overwhelming.
Dr. Dharminder Singh Ubha, Principal, Khalsa College, Patiala said that the land of Punjab would remain habitable for our future generations only if we are aware of the need to protect the environment. Otherwise A day can come in future when it will be difficult to live in Punjab.
The teachers in charge of NSS and NCC said that their aim is to make their students aware of the environmental problems and to inculcate such good values so that we can create a good society.
Khalsa College, Patiala's N. S. S. Department Celebrates National Unity Day
Khalsa College, Patiala's N.S.S. department celebrated National Unity Day today as per the guidelines of the Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports, Government of India in which poster making, essay writing and inspirational speech competitions were conducted. During these competitions Prof. Navdeep Kaur, Prof. Manveer Kaur and Prof. Jaspreet Kaur were the judges and the winning students were also honored.
On this occasion college principal Dr. Dharminder Singh Ubha said that national unity is the basis of development of the country without which progress and prosperity of any country cannot be wished. He also said that Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel is also considered an example of unity because he always tried to maintain the unity of the country. Due to his contribution, he is also called the Iron Man of India.
N.S.S. Program Officers Prof. Sapna, Prof. Jagtar Singh and Prof. Rajwinder Singh said that as per the guidelines given by the Government of India and UGC, the NSS wing of Khalsa College continues to organize such programs to motivate the students. They strive for students to live with a sense of dedication to their nation so that they can live as good citizens of the future. At the end of the program, a swearing in ceremony was held for the college students in which the unity, integrity and brotherhood of the country was vowed.
Khalsa College Patiala Wins Overall Trophy of Regional Youth Festival and Folk Arts Mela.
On the last day of the ongoing four-day Regional Youth Festival of Punjabi University Patiala's Patiala Zone, Khalsa College Patiala won the overall trophy for the fourth time in a row on the basis of overall results. 50 colleges in Patiala zone were participating in 56 different competitions, out of which Khalsa College Patiala won first position in 31 activities, Gidha, Folk Song., Folk orchestra, Group Shabad, Classical Vocal, Cultural Quiz, Rangoli, On the Spot Painting, Collage, Non-percussion, Percussion, Western Solo song and Instrument, Debate, Embroidery, Nala Knitting, Awning, Rope Cutting, Chikku Knitting, Basket Knitting, Innu Making, pidhi Knitting, Dress, Folk Dance (Girls), Short Film, Bhand, skit etc. The college won second position in 8 competitions and third position in 9 competitions. Apart from this, Khalsa College Patiala also won various overall trophies in the fields of music, fine arts, literature, dance, Theatre and folk arts.
Bibi Jagir Kaur, President SGPC, Sri Amritsar Sahib congratulated entire staff members and students and said that educational institutions under SGPC are playing a crucial role in the overall development of students. S. Sukhminder Singh, Secretary Education, SGPC Sri Amritsar Sahib, congratulated staff members and students on this wonderful achievement.
On this great achievement of Khalsa College Patiala, S. Surjit Singh Rakhra, Honorary Secretary, Khalsa College Governing Body and former Minister Punjab Govt. , congratulated college Principal Dr. Dharminder Singh Ubha, all the staff members and students and said that it was the result of hard work of the students and staff members that the college has been winning the overall trophy for the last four years. He also said that Khalsa College Patiala has emerged as one of the leading institutions of North India in the field of education as well as co-educational activities.
Dr. Dharminder Singh Ubha, Principal, Khalsa College, Patiala, congratulated the entire staff, Dean Cultural Dr. Harwinder Kaur, In-charges of all the teams, committee members and students on this achievement. He said that as a result of the hard work of the students and all the staff members, the college has been able to win the overall trophy for the fourth time in a row in the competitions among 50 colleges including the Punjabi University Campus. He said that this achievement after the Corona epidemic shows that Khalsa College has the potential to emerge more vigorously after any kind of adversity.
Dr. Harvinder Kaur, Vice Principal and Dean Cultural, said that this achievement of the college has not only raised our head with pride but also increased our responsibilities. She also urged to prepare for the upcoming inter-regional competitions and thanked the entire staff and students for their cooperation.
Webinar on ‘Certified Management Accountant (CMA) Awareness’ organised by Khalsa College Patiala
Dr. Ganda Singh Career Guidance, Counselling and Placement Cell of Khalsa College Patiala organised an online Seminar on ‘Certified Management Accountant (CMA) Awareness’. Manager- Academics and Student Relations, Ms. Anagha from Miles Education shared her views in the webinar as guest speaker and interacted with first year students of School of Commerce and Management.
College principal Dr. Dharminder Singh Ubha emphasised the importance of Professional qualifications and how it is designed to help students improve and develop relevant skills for a particular career path. Focus on skill development contributes to learning opportunities and provides students with career advancement opportunities.
Addressing the students Ms. Anagha explained that Certified Management Accountant (CMA) programme through IMA is equivalent of CMA done in US and has international credibility. The CMA (Certified Management Accountant) certification has been the global yardstick for management accountants and financial professionals. The courses offered by IMA help in development of Industry-relevant skills in students and also teach ‘Value Creation’ to young professionals. On completion of professional courses, Commerce and Management students can have extensive career opportunities with MNCs in the fields of finance and accounting. When the students get globally certified, there are no barriers in their career journey. Students can gain recognition for an international career, domestically or abroad, and they can be included in the international register of current CMAs. Concluding the session, the guest speaker informed that Miles institute is present across 9 cities in India and offers batches for CMA in each city every 2-3 months.
Deputy Principal of the college Dr. Jasleen Kaur thanked the guest speaker for interacting and guiding faculty members regarding huge benefits of professional qualifications for students. She said that completing a professional qualification allows students to expand their current knowledge and gives students an opportunity to learn completely new skills and gain more experience. Students participated in the webinar with great enthusiasm and interacted with the guest speaker. In the end of the webinar they gave their feedback.
Khalsa College Patiala's NCC Army Wing Organizes Various Activities under Clean India Campaign
Khalsa College Patiala's NCC Army Wing's Colonel N S Kalsi CEO 5 Punjab Battalion NCC and Colonel J. S. Dhaliwal, following the guidelines of Administration, conducted various activities today in which 35 cadets of NCC Army Wing participated. In the beginning, a clean-up operation was launched at Khanda Chowk in front of Gurdwara Dukh Nivaran Sahib. The cadets also cleaned the Khanda on this occasion. Under the second activity, a rally was organized on Badungar Road to create awareness among people against drugs. During the rally, the cadets also carried banners with various slogans to create awareness among people against drugs.
Dr. Dharminder Singh Ubha Principal Khalsa College Patiala, addressing the students on the occasion, said that only with constructive thinking a good society can be formed.
Prof. Rajbinder Singh C.T.O. Army Wing said that this wing of the college has been conducting various activities following the instructions given by the Army Wing and the government at different times. They always strive for the students of Khalsa College to have good social values so that a good society can be created.
Seminar on Interview Skills organized by Khalsa College Patiala
Dr Ganda Singh Career Guidance and Counselling Cell of Khalsa College, Patiala organized a seminar on interview skills for the final year students of B. Com, BBA, MBA(LD) and M.Com. CEO of AlmaBay Networks Private Limited Mr. Vishal Sood interacted with the students and gave them information regarding Interview Skills, Training options and Placement Opportunities available.
Principal of the college Dr. Dharminder Singh Ubha congratulated the members of Dr Ganda Singh Career Guidance and Counselling Cell for organizing extremely informative seminar for the final year students. He said that it is of great help for the students in learning the basics about interview skills as interviewing requires students to listen, focus, think and react appropriately to what the other person says. Emphasizing the importance of structured training Dr. Ubha said that the aim of practical training is to help students develop skills and abilities that support professional career.
Addressing the students Mr. Vishal Sood said that in today’s world, it is more important than ever to have strong interview skills. He said that if students fail at their interview or fail to make a good impression it could cost them an opportunity. Mr. Sood discussed that among other skills of being positive and confident, improving presentation and communication skills during interview are other most important skills required for a successful interview. While highlighting the importance of training Mr. Sood said that training gives students a great understanding of their responsibilities that they need to do the job. This will enhance their confidence which can also improve their overall performance. Concluding his lecture Mr. Sood discussed about the latest placement trends and opportunities available for students in the market and said that quality placements must be linked to either study goals or long-term career plans.Students should have a good understanding of what they can gain from a placement, and be motivated by the challenge.
Deputy Principal of the college Dr. Jasleen Kaur congratulated the team members of Dr Ganda Singh Career Guidance and Counselling Cell and appreciated the enthusiasm with which students attended and interacted during the seminar.
Dr. Ganda Singh Career Guidance, Counselling and Placement Centre Khalsa College Patiala organized a Placement Drive for the final year students of post graduate and under graduate classes of School of Commerce and Management. Officials from Axis Bank visited the college campus to conduct the placement drive. They offered the job of Business Development Executive to final year students of M. Com and MBA(LD).
After the completion of all the technical rounds, 7 students from M. Com and MBA(LD) final year were selected by the company officials and were given offer letters. Manpreet Kaur, Ramandeep Kaur, Meenakshi Beniwal, Milanpreet Gill, Sanyogita Arora, Arshdeep Kaur and Gurnoor Kaur were selected.
Dr. Dharminder Singh Ubha, Principal, Khalsa College Patiala, congratulated the students who were selected for job and motivated all the students to work hard and achieve their goals. Dr. Jasleen Kaur, Head, School of Commerce and Management appreciated the efforts made by the placement centre for conducting the placement drive and encouraged them to organise more successful job fairs in the future.
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