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International Yoga Day
21/06/2024
Approved
*Celebration of International Yoga Day at Hindu Kanya College* On the occasion of International Yoga Day, a yoga camp was organized at Hindu Kanya College, Kapurthala on 21st June 2024 to spread awareness among people to practise yoga for maintaining physical health and mental well being in the fast pacing life. This camp was organized as a collaborative effort of Sports Club, Red Ribbon Club, Red Cross Unit, Nature Eco Club, YSC, NSS and NCC Units of the college. Shri M. R. Kalia, Member, College Management Committee, Principal, Dr. Archna Garg, along with the college teaching and Non-teaching staff and students participated in the camp enthusiastically. Yoga instructor, Mrs. Ujala Kataria demonstrated Pranayama and various Yoga Asana. Pointing out the manifold benefits of yoga asanas, she said that we must imbibe Yoga in our daily routine for the physical well being and to relieve mental stress. Yoga improves physical strength, mind coordination and flexibility. Principal Dr. Archna Garg applauded efforts taken by Madam Mukti, Convener, Sports Club for organizing this camp. Dr. Jasdeep Kaur from the P. G. Department of Punjabi hosted the stage. No. of Beneficiaries :- 135
Sports Club
Ujala Kataria
mukti
Ujala Kataria(Yoga Instructor) *Contact No* :- +917508607999 *Email I'D*:- Sharma.ujala@gmail.com
Partcipative
573
Talent Hunt -2022
23-09-2022
Approved
Two -Day Talent Hunt Competition was organized to showcase students' talent Rangoli, Collage -making, Phulkari, On the Spot Painting, Photography and Mehandi competitions were conducted on the first day of Talent Hunt Competition. Sh. Preet Kohli, Assistant Director, Youth Services, Kapurthala, Mrs. Harbinder Kaur, Assistant Professor in Fine Arts, Guru Nanak College of Education for Women, Kapurthala and Sarika Kanda, Head, Department of Home Science were the judges of Off-stage competitions held on 23rd September 2022. On 24th September 2022, On-stage competitions like Shabad Gayan, Folk Song, Gheet/Ghazal, Poem Recitation, Declamation, Quiz, Fancy Dress, Solo Dance, Group Dance, Giddha, Bhangra and various other folk dances. Motive : To encourage students' participation in co-curricular activities and to make them versatile besides academic pursuits. Outcome : Students participated in these on stage and off stage competitions with great zeal and demonstrated their artistic, performing and oratory skills enthusiastically. The event not only provided the platform to participants, made them ready for the Youth Festivals but also encouraged other students to showcase their hidden potential. No. of Beneficiaries : 254 students
Hindu Kanya College, Kapurthala
ritu
Partcipative
572
Extension Lecture on the topic Therapeutic Diet- Modification of Normal Diet
17/04/2023
Approved
Department of Home Science organised an Extension Lecture on the topic Therapeutic Diet- Modification of Normal Diet on 17th April 2023 to encourage the students to have a healthy and nutritional diet. Addressing the students, Dt. Shagun Garg from Garg's Diet Clinic, Kapurthala elaborated on the meaning and importance of therapeutic diet. She focused on the causes, symptoms and treatment of common diseases like Hypertension, Diabetes and Constipation and advised to increase the intake of high fiber, whole grain cereals and low-fat diet to lead a healthy life style. The resource person quenched the queries of the students satisfactorily. Motive -To enlighten the students regarding healthy and nutritious diet Outcomes -Students learnt the causes, symptoms , treatment and control of diseases like hypertension, diabetes and constipation. No.of beneficiary - 28
Department of Home Science
Mrs. Shagun Garg
sarika
Dietician Garg's diet clinic Contact no- 91 94177 31888
Partcipative
571
Punjabi Bhasha Chetna Rally
22-11-2022
Approved
Punjabi Chetna Rally was organized in collaboration with the District Authorities, Kapurthala in which students of the college participated in a rally to promote Punjabi language and its importance for the youth. Motive : The Rally was organized to promote Punjabi language and to enthuse youth to use their mother tongue in their daily usage. Outcome: Students not only received motivation to use their regional language or mother tongue, but also spread awareness among general public to use the Punjabi language properly and feel proud in its rich vivacity and heritage. No. of Beneficiaries : 40
Bhasha Manch, Hindu Kanya College & District Authorities, Kapurthala
ritu
Partcipative
570
Blood Donation Camp
19/11/2022
Approved
Motive : The event serves to raise awareness of the need for safe blood and blood products. Outcome -By organizing voluntary blood donation camp will increase the stock of blood units in blood bank to save lives of the poor who could not afford to buy blood No.of beneficiary -12
Red Cross Unit and Red Ribbon club
sarika
Partcipative
569
Internship Program
18/05/2023
Approved
With the aim of giving information about office work and to teach the students experience of working, an Internship Program was organized by the Placement Cell of Hindu Kanya College, Kapurthala in the District Bureau of Employment and Enterprises, Kapurthala. College students Kiran Kumari, Jasleen, Prabhjot Kaur, Komalpreet Kaur, Amandeep Kaur and Palwinder Kaur attended this internship program and got exposure and experience of working as a telecaller. On successful completion of the programme, Smt. Paramjeet Kaur, ADC (Development), Kapurthala awarded certificates to the students in appreciation of their successful participation in the internship program and their dedication and enthusiasm towards work. College Principal Dr. Archna Garg appreciated the efforts made by Mrs. Renu Soni, Convener, Placement Cell and her team and told that the college strives to provide practical education to students along with the theoretical knowledge of their subjects. In this series, the students of the college will also be sent for an internship program in the DC office of Kapurthala in the month of June so that they can get practical exposure about working in the office.
Career Counselling & Placement Cell
sunali
District Bureau of Employment & Enterprises Kapurthala
Partcipative
568
Inter class Quiz Competition
16-04-24
Approved
The Buddy Group of Hindu Kanya College, Kapurthala organized an Inter-Class Quiz on 'Drug Abuse' on 15th April 2024. The event aimed at educating and sensitizing students about the dangers of drug abuse, its impact on individuals and society, and the importance of leading a healthy lifestyle. The event witnessed a fair and close competition among three teams comprising three participants, out of which Team-C of Kamaljit Kaur of B. Sc. (IT) -2nd Semester, Tanisha and Gurkamal, both of B.C.A.-2nd Semester was declared the winning team. Motive :- To aware the students about the dangers of drug abuse. Outcome:- By becoming aware of drugs, students will motivate themselves and the society to stand against drugs. Beneficiaries:- 37
Buddy group
kulwinder
Partcipative
567
Seminar on Personality Development
12-04-2024
Approved
The Department of Social Sciences arranged an Extension Lecture on 'Personality Development' on 11th April 2024 in the series of talks delivered under the Certificate Course : 'Adarsh Jeevan Padhti' which was organized for the final year students from 15th February to 11th April 2014 to guide them towards the righteous path. Dr. Sanjeev Dawar, resource person of the seminar, while delivering his talk, enlightened the students about the importance of reciting mool mantra or prayer before starting any task. He emphasized on speaking truth and enlightened students about the importance of opening the nine gates alongwith one secret gate to lead a purposeful life.
Social Sciences Association
Dr. Sanjeev Dawar
varinder
Principal R.K. Arya College Nawanshahar
Partcipative
566
Seminar on 'Anger Management'
22-03-2024
Approved
The Department of Social Sciences of Hindu Kanya College, Kapurthala is organizing a Certificate Course in "Adarsh Jeevan Padhati" for encouraging its students for embracing moral values, self discipline and to lead an ideal and purposeful life by taking inspiration from the great leaders' life and ideology. In the series of lectures of this course, a talk on 'Anger Management' was organized. Mrs. Goldy Gupta, Member, Happiness Committee, Kapurthala, the Resource Person of the talk motivated students to change their conduct and control their anger by adopting the principle of "Let Go". She also told students to take a healthy diet to lead an active life.
Social Sciences Association
Mrs. Goldi Gupta
varinder
Faculty Art of Living Yoga Instructor District Kapurthala
Partcipative
565
Rangoli Competition, Signature Campaign and Selfie point
22-03-2024
Approved
As per the directions issued by the Deputy Commissioner, Kapurthala, ADC and SDM, the Electoral Literacy Club of Hindu Kanya College, Kapurthala organized 'SVEEP' activities to promote voters' awareness regarding the upcoming Lok Sabha Elections - 2024 on 22nd March 2024. These activities included Signature Campaign, Selfie Point and Rangoli Competition which aimed at raising awareness among students about fair voting. The students of the college participated enthusiastically in these competitions. On this occasion, Mr. Parmjeet Singh, the District Nodal Officer, 'SVEEP' motivated the students to cast their votes impartially without any pressure. Mr. Parmjeet Singh, along with Mrs. Sunita Singh, 'SVEEP' Block Nodal Officer, and Mr. Davinder Walia, District Coordinator presented the impartial judgment of the Rangoli competition. Team of Jyoti from B.Com-4th Semester and Kannan from B.A. -2nd Semester secured the first position, whereas the team of Jaspreet Kaur from B.Com.- 2nd Semester and Seema got the 2nd position. Team of Gurleen Kaur and Navdeep Kaur, both from B.Com.- 4th Semester secured the third position.
Electoral Literacy Club
varinder
Partcipative
564
Talk on Artificial Intelligence
09/04/2024
Approved
The P.G.Department of Computer Science & IT of Hindu Kanya College, Kapurthala organized a talk on 'Artificial Intelligence' on 9th April 2024. Mr. Gaurav Sarna, from Android Store, Kapurthala highlighted the importance and scope of Artificial Intelligence in reshaping our daily life. He also made students aware about the limitations and challenges of AI. He explained the future of AI in India for education, industry, healthcare, agriculture etc. He also illustrated some games generated through AI tools and Website development tools using AI. Er. Sunali Sharma, Head of the organizing department thanked the resource person for enriching the knowledge of students. Dr. Kulwinder Kaur, Officiating Principal appreciated the departmental effort for arranging a knowledgeable session for expanding their practical learning. Pragna, student of BCA -6th Semester hosted the event impressively.
PG Department of Computer Science & IT Department
Mr. Gaurav Sarna
sunali
Qualification: Master in IT (Europe) EXPERIENCE: +5 Years. Certifications : CISCO , Microsoft Azure, AI
Partcipative
563
Inter-Class Economics Antakshari
12/04/2024
Approved
The Department of Economics of Hindu Kanya College, Kapurthala organized an Inter-Class Economics Antakshari on 12th April 2024. Students of B.A., B.B.A & B.Com.- 2nd Semester participated in the event enthusiastically. Team-A of Harpreet Kaur of B.A., Vaishnavi of B.B.A., and Kiranjit Kaur of B. Com. was declared the winning team. Dr. Anupam Sabharwal conducted the event efficiently and Ms. Muskan Takiar, Faculty from the host department maintained the score on the score board. Dr. Kulwinder Kaur, Officiating Principal of the college appreciated the departmental effort to engage young minds into informative activity and for encouraging them to expand their knowledge beyond textbooks. Motive: The objective behind this event was to increase the interest and conceptual knowledge of the students in a fun-filled way. Beneficiaries: 45
Department of Economics
anupam
Partcipative
562
Workshop on 'Redesign of dresses from old Dupattas
09/04/2024
Approved
The Department of Fashion Designing of Hindu Kanya College, Kapurthala organized a Workshop on, 'Redesign of dresses from old Dupattas 'on 9th April 2024 with an objective to provide the practical training to it's students about the latest techniques of cutting and stitching of Cord-set as well as to enhance their conceptual knowledge. Mrs. Gagandeep kaur, Owner of Sui Dhaga Boutique,Kapurthala gave demonstrations to the students about how to make cord-set and Kaftan from old Dupattas.The students from the Home Science and Fashion Designing Department participated in this workshop with full zeal. Mrs. Sarika Kanda, the Head of the Department, thanked the expert. Principal Dr. Archna Garg appreciated the efforts of the department on the success of the programme and encouraged them to organize similar workshops in the future for providing hands-on skill to the students. No.of beneficiary- 53
Department of Fashion Designing
Mrs.Gagandeep kaur
sarika
Owner of sui dhaga boutique, Kapurthala Contact no- 9855433332
Problem Solving
561
Workshop on Glam Look Make-up
08-04-2024
Approved
*Workshop on 'Glam Look Makeup' organized at Hindu Kanya College* The Department of Cosmetology of Hindu Kanya College, Kapurthala organized a Workshop on, 'Glam Look Makeup' on 8th April 2024 with an objective to provide the practical training to it's students about the latest techniques of makeup as well as to enhance their conceptual knowledge. Mrs. Rachna, Makeup Expert, Kapurthala gave detailed information to the students about the new makeup products and the right way to enhance their impact on the face. While addressing the queries of the students, she told that it is very important to prepare the skin before applying make-up that helps in clearing the pores of the skin, and thereby, the final result of make-up also comes out satisfactorily. She also gave a live demo of 'Glam Look Makeup' in which she created a glossy makeup look. The students from the Cosmetology Department participated in this workshop with full zeal.
Department of Cosmetology
Mrs. Rachna Makeovers
supriya
The Freelancer Make-up Artist Kapurthala Ph: 9814206631
Partcipative
560
Cleanliness drive at Moorish Mosque,Hannah That and Shiv Mandir
30/09/2023
Approved
NCC unit of Hindu Kanya College Kapurthala observed one- day cleanliness drive under the 'Swachhata Hi Sewa' campaign on 30th September, 2023 MCC cadets cleaned the historical monuments of the town which included Moorish Mosque, Janjh Ghar and Shiv Mandir. This cleanliness drive was conducted under the supervision of NCC ANO Dr. Rajwinder Kaur. Principal Dr. Archana Garg appreciated the efforts taken by the unit. The motive of this activity was to create awareness among NCC cadets to keep their surroundings neat and clean. The outcome of this activity was sensitized the cadets and general public about the importance of historical monuments and to keep their surroundings clean and hygienic. Total 40 NCC cadets participated in this drive.
MCC Unit
NA
kulwinder
NA
Experiential
559
Floral Tribute to Shaheed Bharat Singh
23/03/24
Approved
NCC unit of Hindu Kanya College Kapurthala commemorated martyrdom day of Shaheed Bhagat Singh on 23rd March 2024. NCC cadets under the guidance of Col.Vishal Oppal from 21 Punjab Battalion NCC Kapurthala and lieutenant Dr. Rajwinder Kaur paid a floral tribute to the statue of Shaheed Bhagat Singh at Bhagat Singh Chowk Kapurthala . Principal Dr. Archana Garg appreciated the initiative taken by NCC unit and motivated the NCC cadets about the great sacrifice of our freedom fighters tofollow the great ideology and perspective of Shahid Bhagat Singh and lead a meaningfull life.
NCC UNIT
Nil
kulwinder
Nil
Experiential
558
Webinar on 'SMARTs Investor Awareness Programme'
18/03/2024
Approved
A Webinar on 'SMARTs Investor Awareness Programme' was organized by the P.G.Department of Commerce and Management. The Resource Person of the session was Kumar Gaurav, CA, GAAP BRIGHT, Agra Centre, Agra who apprised students about the intricate world of market securities, financial scams, and the regulatory role of SEBI (Securities and Exchange Board of India). Outcome: The webinar proved out to be a learning experience for the students. It underscored the importance of investor education, vigilant oversight and collaborative efforts among stakeholders to uphold market transparency and trust. IT also equipped the students with experiential knowledge to navigate beyond textual knowledge.
The P.G.Department of Commerce and Management
Mr. Kumar Gaurav
null
Mr. Kumar Gaurav, CA, GAAP BRIGHT, Agra Centre
Partcipative
557
Excursion Trip to Mini Goa and Mukteshwar Dham at Pathankot
17/03/24
Approved
An Excursion Trip was organized for the students to Mini Goa and Mukteshwar Dham at Pathankot by the P.G.Department of Commerce and Management. Students visited the Mukteshwar Mahadev Temple, which is one of the most sacred places around Pathankot. They also visited the caves which date to the time of the Mahabharata. Students also enjoyed the scenic beauty and pleasant weather of Mini Goa situated near a lake which is formed by the water of Maharaja Ranjit Sagar Dam. Dr.Neetu Bhargava, Head and teachers of the Commerce Department, Mrs. Suvit Das and Mrs.Davinder Kaur accompanied the students to this trip. Outcome : This trip proved out to be a recreational trip for the students and provided an exposure as well as entertainment to them. It also enhanced their knowledge regarding ancient Indian myths and rich heritage.
P.G.Department of Commerce and Management
neetu
Experiential
556
Workshop on 'Bridal Make-up'
19-03-2024
Approved
A workshop on 'Bridal Make-up' was organized by the Cosmetology Department with an aim of equipping its students with the new make-up techniques. Renowned Make-up Expert, Mr. Aman Rajput from Kapurthala shared his insights into bridal makeup theory and emphasized on the importance of skin preparation before applying makeup products on the face. He conducted a live demonstration of nude glittery eye makeup to accentuate the eyes. Outcome: The workshop provided the practical training to the students beyond textual learning and fostered their interest in the subject. It witnessed the active participation from all students of the Department. Students learnt the latest makeup techniques for the bridal make-up. Beneficiaries: All students of the Cosmetology Department.
Department of Cosmetology
Mr. Aman Rajput
supriya
The Freelancer Make-up Artist Firm Name - Amanzmakeovers (under msme Registration) Mobile Number-7986418313 Email- Amanzmakeovers@gmail.com Kapurthala bases Work globally
Partcipative
555
Extension Talk on 'Water and Kitchen Therapies'
11-03-2024
Approved
Extension Talk was arranged by Nature Eco Club on 'Water and Kitchen Therapies. Mr. Sanjeev Mehra, Social Worker and Representative from Fortunatar Marketing Pvt. Ltd., Amritsar made students aware about how to take care of their health through proper water intake after testing its PH- Level and by avoiding white flour, salt, sugar, cold drink and junk food. He also conducted the PH- Level testing of different drinks like mineral water, cold drinks etc. with the help of his Assistant, Mr. Pardeep Singh. Outcome : Students were made aware about the harm caused to their bodies by drinking cold drinks and eating junk and unhealthy food. They were enthused to use pink or rock salt, jaggery, green tea leaves, Ayurvedic supplements and Omega 3. The session motivated students to stay health conscious and avoid the sedentary lifestyle.
Nature Eco Club
Mr. Sanjeev Mehra
ritu
Mr. Sanjeev Mehra, Social Worker and Representative from Fortunatar Marketing Pvt. Ltd., Amritsar
Experiential
554
Nari Shakti Fitness Run
09/03/2024
Approved
College Athletes participated in Nari Shakti Fitness Run organized by Nehru Yuva Kendra, Kapurthala in which Miss. Khushi bagged the first position; Miss. Amanpreet got second position and Miss. Kiran got third position. On this occasion Madam Gagandeep Kaur, District Youth Officer, Kapurthala and Madam Mukti, Lecturer, Department of Physical Education honoured the winners. Outcome:- By participating in this fitness competition, the students succeeded in conveying the message to all women that they can face challenging situations in the future only if they are physically, mentally and emotionally healthy. Students not only spread the message of women empowerment, but also exhibited their physical agility and competitive spirit. Number of Beneficiaries:- 13
Nehru Yuva Kendra, Kapurthala
mukti
Partcipative
553
ICSSR Sponsored National Seminar on 'Green and Sustainable Entrepreneurship in Commerce'
02/03/2024
Approved
ICSSR Sponsored National Seminar on 'Green and Sustainable Entrepreneurship in Commerce' was organised by P. G. Department of Commerce and Management in which Dr. Ashwani Bhalla, Deputy Director, Higher Education, Government of Punjab and Dr. B. B. Singla, Associate Professor, School of Management Studies, Punjabi University, Patiala chaired the Technical Session-I as its Keynote Speakers. Mr.Tushar Jain, C.E.O, Basant Auto Tech, LLP graced the Inaugural Session as the Chief Guest. In this session, participants presented their papers on the sub- theme, 'Sustainability in Marketing Practices and Research'. Dr. Vikasdeep, Faculty, University School of Business Studies, Punjabi University, Gurukashi Campus, Talwandi Sabo, Bathinda chaired the Technical Session -II in which sub themes related to 'Sustainable Finance and Investment' were elaborated. Mr. Atul Sud, Company Secretary and Compliance Officer, Mrs. Bector Food Specialities Limited graced as the Chief Guest of the Valedictory Session which was chaired by Dr. Khushdeep Dharni, Professor, Department of Business Management, Punjabi Agriculture University, Ludhiana. In the two technical sessions, 32 paper presenters from the diverse fields participated via online and offline modes. Outcome: The Seminar provided a platform for fruitful discussions, knowledge exchange and intellectual collaborations. The seminar brought together scholars, researchers, industry professionals and entrepreneurs to discuss and analyze innovative approaches to integrating environmental sustainability into Commerce. Through various sessions, presentations, participants delved into topics such as eco-friendly business models, sustainable supply chains, green marketing strategies, policy frameworks for sustainable commerce and the role of technology in promoting green entrepreneurship.
P. G. Department of Commerce and Management
1. Dr. Ashwani Bhalla, 2. Mr.Tushar Jain, 3. Dr. B. B. Singla, 4. Mr. Atul Sud, 5. Dr. Vikasdeep, 6. Dr. Khushdeep Dharni
neetu
1. Dr. Ashwani Bhalla, Deputy Director, Higher Education, Government of Punjab . 2. Mr.Tushar Jain, C.E.O, Basant Auto Tech, LLP. 3. Dr. B. B. Singla, Associate Professor, School of Management Studies, Punjabi University, Patiala. 4. Mr. Atul Sud, Company Secretary and Compliance Officer, Mrs. Bector Food Specialities Limited. 5. Dr. Vikasdeep, Faculty, University School of Business Studies, Punjabi University, Gurukashi Campus, Talwandi Sabo, Bathinda 6. Dr. Khushdeep Dharni, Professor, Department of Business Management, Punjab Agriculture University, Ludhiana.
Partcipative
552
Extension Talk on 'Youth Media and Society'
06/03/2024
Approved
The Career Counseling and Placement arranged an Extension Talk on 'Youth, Media and Society' for its students. Dr. Ranbir Singh, Dean, Faculty of Humanities, Social Sciences, Media and Mass Communication, Professor and Head and Ms. Mangla Sahni, Assistant Professor from the Department of Journalism and Mass Communication, I. K. Gujral Punjab Technical University, Jalandhar enlightened students about various avenues available for the youth in the fields related to Media. Outcome: Students learnt about the courses and opportunities available in the field of journalism and mass communication. They were motivated to remain updated, alert and active while dealing with social media platforms The session proved out to be a rich source of information for the students. No.of beneficiaries - 85
Career Counseling and Placement Cell
Dr. Ranbir Singh
null
Dr. Ranbir Singh, Dean, Faculty of Humanities, Social Sciences, Media and Mass Communication, Professor and Head, Department of Journalism and Mass Communication from I. K. Gujral Punjab Technical University, Jalandhar,
Partcipative
551
Workshop on 'Hardware Fabrication'
21-02-2024
Approved
A Workshop on 'Hardware Fabrication' was organized to enhance practical learning of students. The Resource Person, Mr. AshishKundra, Director at GLEAMNET,Kapurthalawho demonstrated hardware components and the techniques to dismantle and assemble the hardware components to the students. He also enlightened students about the terminology and components used for communication. Outcome: The workshop encouraged students to expand their knowledge base beyond textual learning. It provided them practical knowledge and experiential learning. Through this workshop students gained the comprehensive understanding and practical skills for assembling, troubleshooting, and maintaining computer hardware.They also came to know about the peripheral devices, hardware architecture, and troubleshooting techniques to improve and optimize the system performance. No. of Beneficiaries : 77
P.G. Department of Computer Science & IT
Mr. AshishKundra
sunali
Mr. Ashish Kundra, Director at GLEAMNET, Kapurthala
Partcipative
550
Educational Trip to International Mela at Surajkund
10/02/2024 to 11/02/2024
Approved
An Educational Trip to International Mela at Surajkund in Faridabad, Haryana was organized from 10th February 2024 to 11th February 2024 for the students of Fashion Designing. Mrs. Sarika Kanda, Mrs. Avninder Kaur and Mr. Buggan Thakur accompanied the students of the department to this trip. Outcome : Students got the golden opportunity to see the unique diversity of traditions and culture from the different parts of India and the world. This trip provided an experiential exposure to the students to widen the vistas of their learning. No.of Beneficiaries - 11
Department of Fashion Designing
sarika
Partcipative
549
Visit to Kanjali Wetland, Kapurthala
10-02-2024
Approved
A Visit to Kanjali Wetland, Kapurthala was organized by Nature Eco Club to make students aware about the importance of the wetlands in sustaining the life cycle; preserving the environmental diversity and for supporting the migratory birds. Outcome: The visit encouraged the students to get sensitized about the environmental issues and contribute their services to clean and preserve it. No. of Beneficiaries : 33
Nature Eco Club
ritu
Experiential
548
Medical and Haemoglobin Check-Up Camp
12-02-2024
Approved
Medical Camp was arranged at Village Razapur by Unnat Bharat Abhiyan Cell. Dr. Sanjeev Sangral, Medical Officer, Kalasanghian, Dr. Saniya Sharma, Community Officer, Arianwal and their health care team performed the general checkup of the villagers to examine the haemoglobin level in their blood. Village Sarpanch Mrs. Kamaljeet Kaur was present during the camp who honoured doctors, their team and the Incharges of the cell, Dr. Anupam Sabharwal and Mrs. Varinder Kaur for arranging this camp. Outcome : This initiative spread health awareness among villagers and student volunteers. They came to know about the precautionary measures to treat the health ailments related to the haemoglobin in time. Students learnt to assist a medical team in a camp and contributed their services to the community. No. of Beneficiaries : 82
Unnat Bharat Abhiyan Cell
1. Dr. Sanjeev Sangral, 2. Dr. Saniya Sharma
ritu
1. Dr. Sanjeev Sangral, Medical Officer, Kalasanghian 2. Dr. Saniya Sharma, Community Officer, Arianwal
Experiential
547
Vidyarathi Utsav (Students' Fest)
28-01-2024
Approved
Students' Fest was organized in which students and visitors enjoyed the splendid fiesta with great enthusiasm. Shri Tarsem Behal along with his wife presided over the function as the Chief Guest. Special Guest of the day was Shri Krishan Sethi who was present with his wife. From the College Managing Committee, President, Shri Tilak Raj Aggarwal, Joint Secretary Mrs. Adarsh Parti, and Member Shri Shayam Sunder Aggarwal were present to grace the function. The key attractions of the day were Designer’s Exhibition, Exhibition on Punjabi Culture, Stalls of DJ, delicious eatables and enticing games. HKCian Day was also celebrated a day before the Fest in which students participated and won prizes. in many competitions like Salad Making, Snack Making, Sweet Dish Making, Gift Wrapping, Ludo, Hair Style, Mahendi, Nail Art, Art and Craft etc. Star cast of the upcoming Punjabi movie, 'Khadari' captivated the audience with their promotional performance. Outcome : Students, staff and visitors enjoyed the fiesta time. Students got motivation to participate in such recreational events for their overall development besides their academic pursuits.
Hindu Kanya College, Kapurthala
Shri Tarsem Behal & Shri Krishan Sethi
ritu
Eminent Industrialists
Partcipative
546
Solemnization of Shri Sukhmani Sahib Path
06-02-2024
Approved
Sublime Path of Shri Sukhmani Sahib ji was solemnized in the college in which Members of Management Committee, Staff and students recited the holy path and prayed the Almighty. Langar was served magnanimously. Sh. Tilak Raj Aggarwal, President, Smt. Adarsh Parti, Joint Secretary, Sh. Sham Sunder Aggarwal, Sh. O.P. Behl, both Members, College Management Committee, Dr. Dhramvir Kanda, Principal, Dr. Archna Garg, Academic Incharge School, Mr. Sanjeev Bhalla, staff and students of school and college were present on this pious occasion. Outcome : Staff and Students recited the holy path and prayed the Almighty to shower His blessings on everyone. An ambience of spiritual upliftment and social uniformity had been a divine experience for all. Everyone prayed for the progress of the college and wished for the good results of the students of 12th Class in their forthcoming Board Examination. No. of Beneficiaries : All Students and Staff of the College and Collegiate School.
Hindu Kanya College, Kapurthala
ritu
Partcipative
545
Solemnization of Havan to mark Makar Sakranti
15-01-2024
Approved
An auspicious Havan Yazna was solemnized to mark the festival of Makar Sankranti in which Dr. Amol Rattan and his wife, Dr. Megha Rattan from J.P. Nursing Home were the yazmans. Shri Tilak Raj Aggarwal President and Shri Ashwani Aggarwal, Manager, College Managing Committee were specially present to convey their best wishes on this pious occasion. Principal Dr. Archna Garg, teaching, non- teaching staff and students prayed to the Almighty for the auspicious start of the new year and prosperity of the college. Outcome : The festival of Makar Sankranti was observed and an auspicious start of the new semester was initiated with the solemnization of Havan Yazna. No. of Beneficiaries :
Hindu Kanya College, Kapurthala
Dr. Amol Rattan and Dr. Megha Rattan
ritu
Dr. Amol Rattan and Dr. Megha Rattan, J.P. Nursing Home
Partcipative
544
Declamation Competition on World AIDS DAY
01-12-2023
Approved
Red Ribbon Club of the College observed World AIDS Day by organising a Declamation Competition on the topic, 'AIDS- Awareness and Precautions'. Students exhibited the oratory flair and highlighted the causes of AIDS and precautionary measures to be adopted to stop the spread of the deadly disease and also won positions. Kirandeep Kaur from 10+1 (Commerce) of Chetna House secured the 1st position, Sharanpreet Kaur from 10+2( Medical) of Pragati House and Mandeep Kaur from 10+2( Commerce) of Kirti House got 2nd and 3rd positions respectively. Mrs. Jaspreet Kaur from the P.G Department of Punjabi and Ms. Sunaina from the Department of English adjudged the participants. Dr. Kulwinder Kaur, Convener, Red Ribbon Club congratulated the winners and motivated students to stay vigilant and safeguard themselves and their loved ones from the life threatening disease like AIDS. Outcome: Students got a platform to spread awareness regarding the life threatening disease HIV-AIDS. They learnt how to express their viewpoint and suggestions effectively. Their oratory and presentation skills also got improved. No. of Beneficiaries: 42 Students
Red Ribbon Club
ritu
Partcipative
543
Workshop on 'Hair Cuts'
22-01-2024
Approved
Workshop on 'Hair Cuts' was organized by the Department of Cosmetology was organized for the students. In this workshop, Mrs. Ekta Ahuja, a beauty expert from Beauty : The Family Salon and Academy, elaborated the concepts of various hair cuts. Outcome: The workshop provided the practical information to the students about hair cuts, new techniques of hair styling and increased their interest in this area. Mrs. Ekta Ahuja, the Resource Person of the Workshop, elaborated the concepts of various hair cuts. Students were made aware that it is very important to take care of D- degree while cutting hair so that there is no problem in cutting the hair and the result of the cutting is satisfactory. They realised that the hair cutting is an area in which more profits can be earned with less investment. They were also given the demonstration of Straight, U, V and Layer cuts. No. of Beneficiaries: All students of the Cosmetology department.
Department of Cosmetology
Mrs. Ekta Ahuja
supriya
Beauty Expert, Sundarta, the Family Salon and Academy, Kapurthala Contact: 98159 82288 Email: sundartasalon@gmail.com
Partcipative
542
Mehndi Stall on Karwa Chauth
31-10-2023
Approved
A Mehndi Stall was organized by the Department of Cosmetology to celebrate the festival of Karwa Chauth. Outcome: Students showcased their artistic talent in applying the ethic bridal and Arabian designs of Henna and also earned profit for their creativity and artwork.The celebration also encouraged students to get connected with their Indian culture and traditions No. of Beneficiaries: All the faculty members and students of the college.
Department of Cosmetology
supriya
Partcipative
542
Annual Sports Meet(2024)
02/02/2024
Approved
Amanpreet Kaur of B. A. -2nd Semester was declared the Best Athlete of the college during Sports Day celebrated at Hindu Kanya College, Kapurthala on 2nd February 2024. Arjuna Awardee, a legendary Basketball player, S. Sajjan Singh Cheema, graced the occasion as the Chief Guest. From the College Management Committee, President Sh. Tilak Raj Aggarwal, Joint Secretary Mrs. Adarsh Parti, Member Shri O. P. Behl, Convener, Sports Sub Committee presided over the function. Sh. Satish Sharma, Deputy Director, Sports (Retd.) and Member, College Vision Committee welcomed the chief guest and encouraged students to prioritize both sports as well as studies for their physical as well as mental wellbeing. The sports events of students started with 100m Race. Students enthralled the audience by exhibiting their physical agility in races like Sack Race, 200m Race, Chatti Race and Frog Race. Mellifluous musical performances by the students of Music Department mesmerized the audience. Students displayed their athletic talents through other events like Obstacle Race, 4*100m Relay Race, Three-Legged Race, Skipping and Marble Race. The teachers also got an opportunity to prove their physical fitness by participating in Tug of War. Chief Guest congratulated the winners and motivated students to embrace sportsmanship and discipline to achieve success in every phase of life. In the end, winners were awarded medals. College Alumnae Mrs. Geeta Ghai and Ms. Randeep Kaur, former Kabaddi player felicitated the Best Athlete. Principal Dr. Archna Garg presented her gratitude to the guests and motivated students to participate in sports events along with their academic pursuits for their holistic development. Shri Prem Kalia and Shri Surinder Kumar Sharma were also present to encourage the participants. Mrs. Mukti from the Department of Physical Education and her team organized all sports events effectively. Dr. Jasdeep Kaur hosted the whole event. No. of Beneficiaries:- 459
Dept of Physical Education
S.Sajjan Singh Cheema
mukti
S. Sajjan Singh Cheema Retd. SSP Vigilance, Arjuna awardee nd Maharaja Ranjit Singh Awardee. Mobile number 9878500759
Partcipative
541
Seminar on 'Basic to Advance Hair Style' and 'Make-up Course'
21-09-2023
Approved
Students of Cosmetology department attended Seminar on 'Basic to Advance Hair Style' and 'Make-up Course' held at Basant Continental, Jalandhar in which Hair expert Mr. Abhay Girdhar demonstrated the advance treatments of hair like Botox , Nano Plastia, and Keratin. On the other hand, Makeup Artist Ms. Hasmine Kashyap demonstrated the One look Makeup and enhanced the students knowledge. Outcome: Students received practical knowledge about different hair styles and make-up techniques from the eminent experts. The seminar and practical demonstration enhanced students' knowledge. No. Of Beneficiaries: 20
Mr. Niteesh Panday
Mr. Abhay Girdhar
supriya
International Hair Artist, Abhay's Piazza Beauty Salon and Academy, Ludhiana Contact: 9814509020 Ms. Hasmine Kasyap Makeup Artist, Ludhiana
Partcipative
Approved
Alumni Meet -2023 was organized on 26th December 2023 by HKCian, the Alumnae Association of College. Sh Tilak Raj Aggarwal, President of the College was the Chief Guest. Students from Music Department, Ms. Neha and group performed a welcome song. Dr. Monica Aggarwal, President of the Alumni Association and the Convener of the function delivered the welcome address. Dr. Kulwinder Kaur, Convener, NAAC Steering Committee highlighted the achievements of the college. Mellifluous Sitar playing by Mrs. Laxmi Prabha, recitation of poem by Ms. Amanpreet Kaur, Antakshari performance by Alumnae, dance performance by Ms. Amanpreet Kaur, energetic song by Mrs. Santosh Basra and Sufi Kalam' 'Ni Aaj Koi Jogi Gawe' by the students of Music department added the endearing spark to the show. Many interesting games were also arranged to engage the Alumnae. The highlight of the program was 'Alumni Modeling Competition' in which Alumnae took part enthusiastically. Teachers of the college also gave an enthralling dance performance. Principal Dr. Archna Garg expressed her views regarding the overwhelming response recieved from the alumni to attend this function. Er. Sunali Sharma, Member, Alumnae Association presented her Vote of thanks to all the Alumnae; urged them to remain in constant touch and to contribute their expertise for the welfare and development of the college. College Alumnae Association has decided to honour excellent achiever from the college in the fields of Sports and Music every year. This year, Ms. Neha of the college has been bestowed with the Award of Best Singer.
HINDU KANYA COLLEGE, KAPURTHALA
sunali
Partcipative
540
Alumni Meet- 2023
26-12-2023
Approved
Alumni Meet -2023 was organized by HKCian, the Alumnae Association of College. Sh Tilak Raj Aggarwal, President of the College was the Chief Guest. Dr. Monica Aggarwal, President of the Alumni Association and the Convener of the function delivered the welcome address. Dr. Kulwinder Kaur, Convener, NAAC Steering Committee highlighted the achievements of the college. Mellifluous Sitar playing by Mrs. Laxmi Prabha, recitation of poem by Ms. Amanpreet Kaur, Antakshari performance by Alumnae, dance performance by Ms. Amanpreet Kaur, energetic song by Mrs. Santosh Basra and Sufi Kalam' 'Ni Aaj Koi Jogi Gawe' by the students of Music department added the endearing spark to the show. Many interesting games were also arranged to engage the Alumnae. The highlight of the program was 'Alumni Modeling Competition' in which Alumnae took part enthusiastically. Teachers of the college also gave an enthralling dance performance. College Alumnae Association has decided to honour excellent achiever from the college in the fields of Sports and Music every year. This year, Ms. Neha of the college has been bestowed with the Award of Best Singer. Outcome: This meet provided a platform for strengthening the bond between Alma Mater and its Alumnae. Alumnae were urged to remain in constant touch and to contribute their expertise for the welfare and development of the college.
Hindu Kanya College, Kapurthala
sunali
Partcipative
539
Extension- cum - Awareness Talk on 'Orodental Care and Hazards of Tobacco
12/10/2023
Approved
Red Cross Unit of Hindu Kanya College, Kapurthala arranged an Extension- cum - Awareness Talk on 'Orodental Care and Hazards of Tobacco' on 12th October 2023 in collaboration with the Civil Hospital, Kapurthala. Dr.Kapil Dogra, Deputy Director, Dental- cum- DDHO, Kapurthala made students aware about E- Dant Sewa App and the feasible ways of tooth care and oral hygiene. He elaborated the proper way of cleaning the teeth and gums, flossing steps and enthused students to consume a healthy diet for safeguarding teeth as well as the entire body. Dr. Gurdev Singh Bhatti, Dental Medical Officer from Civil Hospital, Kapurthala enlightened students about how to save oneself from the severe tooth related diseases and also resolved the myths related to scaling, root planning, RCT, teeth whitening, dentures and tooth implants.
Red Cross Unit
Dr. Gurdev Singh Bhatti
sarika
Dental Medical Officer, Civil Hospital, Kapurthala
Problem Solving
538
Medical Camp
12/09/2023
Approved
Red Cross Unit of Hindu Kanya College, Kapurthala organised a one day Medical Camp on 12th September 2023. Dr. Yogesh Sehgal, AMO, Civil Hospital, Kapurthala encouraged the students to prioritize fibrous food over junk food to regulate their hemoglobin level. 107 students got their blood group and haemoglobin level checked by the medical team comprising of Lab Technician Zorawar Singh, Gurpreet Singh and Jagpreet Singh. College Principal, Dr. Archna Garg appreciated the camp organizers, Mrs. Sarika Kanda, Convener and the members of Red Cross Unit for arranging this special camp for making students health conscious.
Red Cross Unit
Dr. Yogesh Sehgal
sarika
AMO, Civil Hospital, Kapurthala Contact no - 9814838851
Problem Solving
537
Workshop on 'Healthy Millet Based Cakes'
23/09/2023
Approved
Home Science Department of Hindu Kanya College, Kapurthala commemorated 'International Year of Millets-2023' and 'National Nutrition Month- 2023' by organising a One- Day Workshop on 'Healthy Millet Based Cakes' on 23rd September 2023. Mrs. Sarika Kanda, Head of the Home Science Department enlightened the students about the importance of millets, their variants and nutritional benefits. She said that millets improve blood circulation and boost immunity. Mr. Karamjit Singh, Bakery and Pastry Chef from Rana Cooking School, Jalandhar with his team demonstrated the recepies for baking three types of cakes namely ambrosial Christmas cake and scrumptious super healthy millet based cake and vanilla sponge cake with icing. 65 students attended this workshop.
Department of Home Science
Karamjit singh
sarika
Chef from Rana Cooking School, Jalandhar. Contact no - 8450810003
Partcipative
536
Inter College Kho- Kho Tournament
02/12/2023 to 03/12/2023
Approved
Our College Kho - Kho team participated in Inter College tournament held at Amritsar on 2nd Dec to 3rd Dec 2023 and got 4th position. Outcome:- Participants' experiential and practical knowledge got enhanced. They learnt to play in discipline as a team. The event improved their confidence and efficacy in the game. No: of Beneficiaries:- 12
G.N.D.U. Amritsar
mukti
Partcipative
535
Solemnization of Shri Durga Stuti Path
8-11-2023
Approved
An auspicious Path of Shri Durga Stuti as 'Shubhkamna Samaroh' was solemnized in the college premises to seek the blessings of the Almighty for the students before their Semester Examination. The Path started by offering prayers to Maa Durga in which College President Shri Tilak Raj Aggarwal and the Members of the College Managing Committee, Shri O.P. Behl and Smt. Anita Aggarwal were present. All the Staff members and students participated with great zeal and spiritual piety in the recital of holy path. Outcome : Students and staff received spiritual solace and divine blessings of Maa Durga by reciting the holy Path of Shri Durga Stuti. Students prayed for the good results in the forth coming Semester Examinations. No. of Beneficiaries : All Students and Staff Members.
Hindu Kanya College, Kapurthala
ritu
Partcipative
534
Guest Lecture on 'Empower Your Mind and Navigate Your Life With Purpose'
21-11-2023
Approved
HKCian- The Alumnae Association of Hindu Kanya College, Kapurthala organised a Guest Lecture on 'Empower Your Mind and Navigate Your Life With Purpose'.Ms. Ruby Walia, a proud alumna of the college, an eminent Beauty Expert, Cosmetologist, Certified Yoga and Life Skills Trainer from U.S.A. chaired the session as the Guest Speaker. Ms. Ruby in her talk, emphasized the importance of the positive thinking, self discipline and role of Yoga and meditation to lead a stress-free and successful life. Outcome: Students received inspiration to follow the example of the Guest Alumna and to work hard despite all odds, They were enthused to have a definite purpose in life and self discipline. They were suggested to leave procrastination and minimise the excessive dependence on mobiles and social media and prioritise real life over reel life. Ms. Ruby also gave useful tips for the bridal makeup to the students of Cosmetology.
Alumnae Association
Dr. Ruby Walia
ritu
Beauty Expert, Cosmetologist, Certified Yoga and Life Skills Trainer from U.S.A.
Experiential
533
Inter-Disciplinary Spelling Bee Competition-2023
03-11-2023
Approved
An Inter- Disciplinary Spelling Bee Competition was organized by the English Literary Society of the Department of English in which students from diverse streams participated with great zeal. Total 8 teams comprising 24 participants competed in Preliminary Round, conducted on 2nd November 2023, out of which 5 teams were shortlisted for the Final Round. Team E of Karandeep Kaur, Harmeet Kaur and Purvashi, from B.C.A. -1st Semester became the winner of the competition. Outcome: The participants' ability to spell the words correctly was assessed in a fun learning way. This event motivated students to enrich their word power and improve their overall comprehension of English words, their usage and correct pronunciation. No. of Beneficiaries : 24 Participants
English Literary Society (Department of English)
ritu
Partcipative
532
Declamation contest on Drug Abuse
03-11-2023
Approved
Buddy Group (Anti-Drug Cell) Objective: The objective of the activity was to educate the students about the ill-effects of drugs and alcohol and to motivate them to become volunteers of Anti-Drug activities in their life. It also aimed at preventing the initiation of drug use to overcome their stress. Report: A Declamation contest was organized on 'Drug Abuse' on 3rd November 2023 at Government Senior Secondary School, Sidhwan Dona. Nine Students of the school expressed their grave concern regarding the drug addiction and it's catastrophic impact on the lives of young people. The competition was adjudged by Mrs. Neelam Danish and Mrs. Dheeraj Walia. Dr. Veena , Convener of Buddy Group paid her gratitude to the school Principal Balwinder Singh, staff and students for their cooperation and support. On this occasion Gurpreet Kaur, Member of Buddy Group and staff from the school were present. Principal Dr. Archna Garg applauded the initiative taken by the members of the Buddy Group for contributing their services for spreading awareness among students regarding drug abuse. Outcome: Students were able to understand the harmful impact of drug consumption on the lives of young people.The activity also helped them to develop strategies to overcome stress and make safer and healthier choices in future. Date:3-11-2023 No. of Beneficiaries: 44
Buddy Group
neetu
Partcipative
531
Inter - College Basketball Tournament
28/10/2023 to 30/10/2023
Approved
College Basketball team participated in an Inter College Basketball Tournament held at Amritsar from 28th to 30th October 2023. Outcome:- Students got the opportunity to represent their college at University and secure 2nd position. Playing interesting games like basketball, helps students to keep fit by improving their endurance and motor coordination. It also strengthens their muscles and improve body control and balance. It also gives them exposure and confidence to compete in Inter- College level competitions. No: of Beneficiaries :- 12
Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar
mukti
Partcipative
530
Extension lecture
27-10-2023
Approved
Unnat Bharat Abhiyan cell organised an Extension Lecture on 'Rainwater Harvesting' at Village Dhandal on 27th October 2023. S. Manpreet Singh, Sub Divisional Soil Conservation Officer, Kapurthala was the Resource Person. Motive: To enlighten the villagers to conserve water through different techniques of rainwater harvesting so that the alarming decrease in the water level and soil erosion can be tackled. Outcome: This community enrichment program made villagers aware on how to conserve and use rainwater optimally. Beneficiaries: Residents of village Dhandal
Unnat Bharat Abhiyan Cell
Manpreet Singh
anupam
Sub Divisional Soil Conservation Officer Kapurthala, +91 98147 70784
Experiential
529
Winning Overall Champion Trophy at Zonal Youth Festival of D-Zone
13th & 14th October 2023
Approved
College set a spectacular feat by winning the Overall Champion Trophy at Zonal Youth Festival of D-Zone held at Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar. Students got 1st positions in Western Vocal Solo, Classical Vocal Solo,Vaar Gayan, Ghazal, On the Spot Painting, Clay Modelling, Phulkari, Debate, Skit, Mime and Fancy Dress. In the competitions based on Collage, On the Spot Photography, Group Song Indian, Group Shabad, Folk Song, Mimicry, college secured 2nd position and in Classical Instrumental Percussion, Cartooning, Installation and Mehandi, students got 3rd position. Outcome: Students got the golden opportunity to showcase their artistic, oratory and presentation skills at the Zonal level competitions. The event heightened the area of their experience and confidence. They got encouragement to improve themselves and strive hard to excel in all spheres.
Hindu Kanya College, Kapurthala
ritu
Partcipative
528
Extension Lecture on 'Role of Political & Permanent Executives'
23-09-2023
Approved
An Extension Lecture on 'Role of Political & Permanent Executives' was organized by the Department of Social Sciences. Prof. Inderjeet Singh Sodhi, Head, Department of Public Administration from Rajiv Gandhi National Institute of Youth Development, Regional Centre, Chandigarh chaired the session as the Resource Person who enlightened the students about the different types, role and coordination of political and permanent executives. Outcome: Students' knowledge base was increased by the latest information provided by the Resource Person. They came to know about the role and coordination maintained by the different types of political and permanent executives. They were also made aware about the contemporary challenges faced by the Indian administration.
Department of Social Sciences
Prof. Inderjeet Singh Sodhi
ritu
Head, Department of Public Administration from Rajiv Gandhi National Institute of Youth Development, Regional Centre, Chandigarh
Experiential
527
Awareness Talk on 'Orodental Care and Hazards of Tobacco'
12-10-2023
Approved
An Extension- cum - Awareness Talk on 'Orodental Care and Hazards of Tobacco' was arranged by Red Cross Unit of the college in collaboration with the Civil Hospital, Kapurthala. Dr. Kapil Dogra, Deputy Director, Dental- cum- DDHO, Kapurthala made students aware about E- Dant Sewa App and the feasible ways of tooth care and oral hygiene. Dr. Gurdev Singh Bhatti, Dental Medical Officer from Civil Hospital, Kapurthala enlightened students about how to save oneself from the severe tooth related diseases. Outcome : Students were advised to visit expert dentist after every six months for complete dental checkup and not becoming the easy victim of the quacks i.e. the emerging medical fraudulents. They were also informed about the proper way of cleaning the teeth and gums and regarding flossing steps . Students were encouraged to consume healthy diet for safeguarding teeth as well as entire body. Students' myths and queries related to scaling, root planning, RCT, teeth whitening, dentures and tooth implants were also resolved .
Red Cross Unit
1. Dr. Kapil Dogra, 2. Dr. Gurdev Singh Bhatti
ritu
1. Deputy Director, Dental- cum- DDHO, Kapurthala 2. Dental Medical Officer, Civil Hospital, Kapurthala
Experiential
526
Workshop on 'Healthy Millet Based Cakes'
23-09-2023
Approved
'International Year of Millets-2023' and 'National Nutrition Month- 2023' was observed by the Department of Home Science by organising a One- Day Workshop on 'Healthy Millet Based Cakes'. Mrs. Sarika Kanda, Head of the Home Science Department enlightened the students about the importance of millets, their variants and nutritional benefits. Mr. Karamjit Singh, Bakery and Pastry Chef from Rana Cooking School, Jalandhar with his team demonstrated the recipes for baking three types of cakes namely ambrosial Christmas cake and scrumptious super healthy millet based cake and vanilla sponge cake with icing. Outcome : Students learnt the recipes of baking delicious , healthy and nutritious cakes made out of millet for different occasions. They realised the significance of adding millet in daily diet for improving blood circulation and boosting immunity. The workshop and valuable demonstration enhanced students' practical skills and experiential learning. No. of Beneficiaries: 65 Students
Department of Home Science
Mr. Karamjit Singh
ritu
Bakery and Pastry Chef, Rana Cooking School, Jalandhar
Experiential
525
Medical Camp
12-09-2023
Approved
Red Cross Unit organised a one- day Medical Camp for the students in the college premises. Dr. Yogesh Sehgal, AMO, Civil Hospital, Kapurthala performed the general check up of the students and encouraged the students to prioritize fibrous food over junk food to regulate their haemoglobin level. Outcome : Students got their blood group and haemoglobin level checked by the medical team. Students were enthused to adopt healthy lifestyle and eat healthy food to regulate their haemoglobin level and to tackle other life threatening diseases and ailments. No. of Beneficiaries: 107 Students
Red Cross Unit
Dr. Yogesh Sehgal
ritu
AMO, Civil Hospital, Kapurthala
524
Swachta Hi Sewa Campaign
20th September to 2nd October 2023
Approved
Plethora of Activities were organized to observe the 'Swachta Hi Sewa' campaign, following the directions issued by Office of Director, Higher Education Department, Government of Punjab and to commemorate the Birth Anniversary of Mahatama Gandhi. These activities were organized with an aim to promote cleanliness and tranform India into a garbage free nation. On 20th September 2023, Mrs. Seema Rani, Convener, Nature Eco Club motivated students to discontinue the use of the single use plastic at home through her talk. On 26th September 2024, Ms. Ravina from Fashion Designing Department highlighted the importance of 'Waste Management' through her enlightening seminar. On 29th September, a declamation contest on 'Environment Protection and Cleanliness'' was arranged in which is Kannan of B.A. -3rd Semester stood first. NCC and NSS Units along with Nature Eco Club of Hindu Kanya College, Kapurthala observed one-day cleanliness drive under the 'Swachta Hi Sewa' campaign on 30th September 2023. 40 NCC Cadets cleaned the historical monuments of the town which included Moorish Mosque, Janjh Ghar and Shiv Mandir. 31 student volunteers from NSS Units and Nature Eco Club cleaned the roadside ramps, staircase area opposite Reliance Trends at Mall Road and Ride area of Camera Bagh, Kapurthala. On 2nd October, a debate on 'Swachta Hi Sewa', Poster Making Activity on the key theme were organised. Students also participated enthusiastically in the Cleanliness Activity of the whole college campus, Shalimar Bagh and classrooms. Outcome: Students contributed their services to make India clean, healthy and garbage free. Through their power of voices, artistic skills and selfless social service, they tried to ignite the spark of awareness among the general public to keep their surroundings clean and hygienic. No. of Beneficiaries : All Students of the College and Collegiate School.
NSS & NCC Units and Nature Eco Club
ritu
Partcipative
523
Declamation Contest on 'Drug Free Punjab, Healthy Punjab'
04-10-2023
Approved
As per the directions issued by Punjab State Legal Services Authority, Mohali and District Legal Services Authority, Kapurthala, Buddy Group of the college organised a declamation contest on 'Drug Free Punjab, Healthy Punjab'. The participants of declamation contest were adjudged by Dr. Tajinder Kaur, Assistant Professor, P.G.Department of Hindi, Dr. Rajwinder Kaur, Assistant Professor, P.G.Department of Punjabi and Mrs. Sapna Bhalla, Assistant Professor, Department of English. Outcome : Students expressed their grave concern and raised awareness regarding the drastic influence of drugs on youth in Punjab. Students' energy and potential got channelised in the right direction. By facing the audience and contestants, participants gained confidence in presenting their point of view. The knowledge shared by the participants increased the knowledge of the audience.
Buddy Group
ritu
Partcipative
522
Extension Talk on 'Women Rights'
04-10-2023
Approved
As per the directions issued by Punjab State Legal Services Authority, Mohali and District Legal Services Authority, Kapurthala, Students Legal Literacy Cell organised an Extension lecture on 'Women Rights'. Advocate Deepti Marwaha from District Legal Services Authority, Kapurthala was present as the Resource person who highlighted the legal provisions and women rights supporting the status of women in society. Outcome : Students received the knowledge regarding important Indian laws and provisions protecting women rights. They were also given the women safety helpline numbers and were encouraged to stay vigilant about their legal rights. Students' vistas of knowledge got widened through this awareness lecture.
Legal Literacy Cell
Advocate Deepti Marwaha
ritu
Advocate, District Legal Services Authority, Kapurthala
Experiential
521
Talent Hunt
8th & 9th September 2023
Approved
Two- day Talent Hunt Competition was organised on 8th & 9th September 2023 to unveil students's hidden potential and to promote their artistic, oratory, performing and presentation skills. Dr. Nirmal Jaura, Director Students' Welfare, Punjab Agricultural University, Ludhiana was the Chief Guest of the function who enthused students to participate in the co-curricular activities alongside their academic pursuits. Outcome : Students showcased their acumen by participating in plethora of on-stage and off- stage competitions based on Mehandi, Rangoli, On the Spot Painting, Poster Making, Clay Modelling, Phulkari, Cartooning, Solo Song, Group Song, Solo Dance, Group Dance, Choreography, Skit, Mono Acting, Fancy Dress, Elocution and Poetical Recitation. Students were motivated to lay equal importance to both academic and co-academic activities for enhancing self confidence and overall personality. No. of Beneficiaries : All Students of the College and Collegiate School
Hindu Kanya College, Kapurthala
Dr. Nirmal Jaura
ritu
Director, Students' Welfare, Punjab Agricultural University, Ludhiana
Partcipative
520
Students' Orientation & Investiture Ceremony
06-09-2023
Approved
Students' Orientation and Investiture Ceremony were organized to introduce the newly elected Students' Council of the college and Captains and Vice Captains of four Houses of the Collegiate School. Pragna, student of B.C.A.- 5th Semester was elected as the Head Girl and Amandeep Kaur, student of B. Com. -5th Semester became the Vice Head Girl of the college. Binay from 10+2( Commerce) was declared as the Head Girl of the collegiate school. Dr. Bhupinder Kaur and Dr. Anupam Sabharwal Sharma were elected as Staff Representatives of Students' Council. An Oath Ceremony for the newly elected Students' Council was also arranged.In Students' Orientation, College Principal, Dr. Archna Garg elaborated the importance of reading Prospectus of the college to know about the code of conduct, motto of the year and other significant rules chalked for the students during their stay in the college. Outcome: Student Council was officially elected and vested with the responsibility to contribute their novel ideas and active services for the smooth and improved functioning of the college. Through Students's orientation, students were made vigilant about the importance and role of various student support services available in the college. Students were enthused to follow college code of conduct and take part in both academic and co-academic activities for their holistic development. No. of Beneficiaries : All Students of the College and Collegiate School
Hindu Kanya College, Kapurthala
Dr. Archna Garg
ritu
Principal, Hindu Kanya College, Kapurthala.
Partcipative
519
Teachers' Day Celebration
05-09-2023
Approved
Teachers' Day was celebrated at the college by paying floral tribute to India's second President and a great educator, Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan. Dr. Jasdeep Kaur from P. G. Department of Punjabi highlighted the Teachers' significant role in shaping students' life. Principal Dr. Archna Garg elaborated the significance of the unparalleled bond between a teacher and taught which transforms a learner's character as well as his or her calibre. Students from the Music department presented a beautiful song to salute the hardwork and dedication of their teachers. Outcome: Students realised the pivotal role of their teachers in guiding them on the right path and brightening their future prospects with the power of knowledge. The event also strengthened the bond between the teachers and the students. No. of Beneficiaries : All Students and Staff of the College.
Hindu Kanya College, Kapurthala
ritu
Partcipative
518
Workshop on 'Russian Hair styling'
21-10-2023
Approved
Department of Cosmetology organized a Workshop on 'Russian Hair Styling' to supplement students' classroom learning and to apprise them about latest Russian hair styling techniques. Mr. Tushar Bansal from Tushar Hair and Beauty Hub, Jalandhar demonstrated different hairstyles before students. Outcome: Students learnt how to do and manage different hair styles like Russian braids and Russian bun. Through this practical session, they were also suggested how to manage their hair properly in all seasons and for different occasions. No. of Beneficiaries : All Students of Cosmetology Department
Department of Cosmetology
Tushar Bansal
supriya
Hair stylist Tushar Hair and Beauty Hub Jalandhar Contact No.- 96538 06899 tusharbansal123123@gmail.com
Partcipative
517
Induction Programme for the New Entrants
05-08-2023
Approved
An Induction Program "Know Your College" was arranged for the First Year Students of all streams to acquaint the new entrants of the college about academic and co - academic facilities and support services available in the college. On this occasion, Shri Arun Kaushik, Co-ordinator of Youth Wing, North Zone of Brahma Kumaris delivered an enlightening talk to the students to remain free from mental stress. Smt. Shaminder Kaur, Counselor, Drug Treatment Center, Kapurthala discussed the ill effects of drugs while making the students aware about the serious problem of drug addiction. Teachers from all departments, clubs and units gave new students a brief overview of courses, support services and their future avenues. Saplings were distributed to the students by Nature Eco Club to make them aware regarding the importance of planting trees to preserve and protect the environment. Outcome: New students received information about the scope and avenues of different academic, skill based and value added courses available in the college. They became aware about the importance of participating in co-curricular, sports and other skill enhancing activities for their holistic development. They also realised the significance of focus and alertness by participating in the enticing games arranged for them during the ice-breaking session.
Hindu Kanya College, Kapurthala
1. Shri Arun Kaushik, 2. Smt. Shaminder Kaur
ritu
1. Co-ordinator of Youth Wing, North Zone of Brahma Kumaris 2. Counselor, Drug Treatment Center, Kapurthala
Partcipative
516
Recreational Excursion to Wonderland
01-10-2023
Approved
A recreational excursion to Wonderland was arranged for the students. They enjoyed taking rides,dancing and had fun time at pool rides and water park. Outcome: Students felt refreshed by this trip. Students had blithesome time at the theme park as they enjoyed taking rides, water park and dancing at DJ. The excursion proved out to be an euphoric experience for the students to relax and re-energise themselves. Total Beneficiaries: 49
Educational Trips and Excursion Committee
Dr. Veena and Mrs. Jaspreet Kaur
seema
Assistant Professors, P.G.Deaprtment of Punjabi, Hindu Kanya College, Kapurthala
Experiential
515
An Orientation Programme on 'Cyber Jagrukta Diwas'
04-10-23
Approved
The orientation programme was organized to raise awareness among students regarding the value of using safety precautions on the Internet and digital devices. Er.Tanya Goel, Faculty from the P.G. Department of Computer Science and IT provided valuable information to the students about cyber laws and cyber-crimes. Outcome : Students were guided to become more vigilant about the dangers posed by cyber threats and to take precautions to protect themselves and their private Information. Through this event students were made aware about the goal of cyber security that is is to ensure secure storage, control access and prevent unauthorised processing, transfer, or deletion of data. They also came to know about the cyber laws and cyber-crimes, particularly related to frauds in online shopping and the risks associated with the increase in social network users, which can sometimes lead to online job fraud. Students were also advised to format devices, reset passwords regularly and report suspicious activities for staying safe online. They were also motivated to share these techniques with their parents and family members. No. of Beneficiaries: 23
P.G. Department of Computer Science & IT
Er. Tanya Goel
sunali
Faculty, P.G.Department of Computer Science and IT, Hindu Kanya College, Kapurthala
Experiential
514
Havan Solemnization to Inaugurate the New Session
29-07-2023
Approved
An auspicious Havan ceremony was solemnized to get the blessings of God for the commencement of the new session in the college premises. Mr. Gurcharan Singh, Branch Manager, Punjab National Bank and his wife, Mrs. Sheena Soni graced the occasion as yajmans of this pious ceremony. Sh. Tilak Raj Aggarwal, President, , Mrs. Adarsh Parti, Joint Secretary and Mrs. Anita Aggarwal, Member, Managing Committee were present to offer prayers. Outcome: The pious Havan provided a fresh and auspicious start of the session. Students and staff offered their prayers to the Almighty for the overall development of institution and for their success and prosperity in the session ahead. Through this practice, students were motivated to embrace and imbibe moral values and religious piety in their daily course of life. They were motivated to invoke divine blessings before starting any task.
Hindu Kanya College, Kapurthala
Mr. Gurcharan Singh & Mrs. Sheena Soni
ritu
Mr. Gurcharan Singh, Branch Manager, Punjab National Bank & Mrs. Sheena Soni.
Partcipative
513
Extension Lecture on 'Organic Farming- Need of the Hour''
29-9-2023
Approved
Unnat Bharat Abhiyan Cell of the college organised an Extension Talk on 'Organic Farming- Need of the Hour' at Village Aujla Banwali. Dr. Pardeep Kumar, was the Resource Person who encouraged farmers to prefer organic farming to conserve ecosystem and promote sustainable development. Outcome : The information provided by the Resource Person proved beneficial for spreading awareness among farmers at the Village Aujla Banwali. This activity proved out to be a nice initiative for the community orientation regarding benefits of the organic farming. No. of Beneficiaries: Villagers of Village Banwali
Unnat Bharat Abhiyan Cell
Dr. Pardeep Kumar
null
Head-cum- Senior Scientist, Regional Farm Advisory Service Centre, P.A.U. Kapurthala
Partcipative
512
Workshop on 'Airbrush Make-up'
25-09-2023
Approved
The Department of Cosmetology organised a one day workshop demonstrating makeup techniques using Airbrush. The Resource Person, Ms. Monika Gurung, a Makeup Artist from Orane International, Kapurthala demonstrated the art of applying makeup by using airbrush applicator. Outcome : Students were benefitted from the guidelines and tips given by the Resource Person. They received an experiential knowledge beyond their curriculum and learnt to apply the sweat-proof and weatherproof makeup by using airbrush applicator. They also learnt the technique of using airbrush applicator 5 to 6 inch away from the skin to achieve an impeccably smooth finish. Beneficiaries: All students of Cosmetology Department
Department of Cosmetology
Ms. Monika Gurung
supriya
Makeup Artist Orane International, Kapurthala
Partcipative
511
Seminar on 'Basic to Advanced Hair Style & Make-up Course'
21-09-2023
Approved
Students of Cosmetology Department attended a Seminar on 'Basic to Advanced Hair Style & Make-up Course' organised by Director. Mr. Niteesh Panday, Hook International and team. Outcome: Students got an opportunity to learn some new treatments like botox, Nano Plastia, Smoothening with new technique, Makeup and different Hair styles. They understood the basic difference between Keratin, Botox and Nano Plastia. They also learnt to do the layer cut with the new technique. Beneficiaries: Students of Cosmetology department
Director, Hook International (Niteesh Panday)
Abhay Girdhar
supriya
Hair Artist Abhay's Academy Ludhiana Contact No. - 98 14 5090 20 Hasmine Kashyap Make-up Artist Ludhiana
Experiential
510
हिन्दी भाषा प्रोत्साहन समारोह
8 से 14 सितंबर 2023
Approved
दिनांक 8 से 14-09-23 को स्थानीय हिंदू कन्या कॉलेज, कपूरथला में हिंदी भाषा प्रोत्साहन सप्ताह के अंतर्गत हस्ताक्षर अभियान, शब्दज्ञान प्रतियोगिता, उक्ति लेखन, निबंध लेखन प्रतियोगिता, चित्र से मौलिक रचना लेखन प्रतियोगिताएं करवाई गई । विद्यार्थियों को हिंदी भाषा के साथ जोड़ने के उद्देश्य से 14 सितम्बर को हिंदी भाषा प्रोत्साहन समारोह में मुख्य अतिथि के रूप में जाने माने कवि व साहित्यकार श्री सिमर सदोष और विशेष अतिथि के रूप में श्री रवि दारा, सहायक निदेशक युवा सेवाएं (पंजाब) उपस्थित हुए । इस अवसर पर अन्तर्विद्यालय / अन्तरमहाविद्यालय कविता उच्चारण और प्रश्नोत्तरी प्रतियोगिता का आयोजन किया गया । Outcome : विद्यार्थी राष्ट्रभाषा हिन्दी के साथ भावात्मक और विचारात्मक स्तर पर जुड़ सकेगा और हिंदी भाषा के विकास में अपना सहयोग देने में सक्षम हो पाएगा ।
स्नातकोत्तर हिंदी विभाग, हिन्दू कन्या कॉलेज, कपूरथला
श्री सिमर सदोष, प्रबुद्ध कवि एवं साहित्यकार, उप-संपादक अजीत समाचार (जालंधर)
kulwinder
श्री सिमर सदोष, प्रबुद्ध कवि एवं साहित्यकार, उप-संपादक अजीत समाचार (जालंधर)
Partcipative
509
National Library Week
14/11/2022 to 20/11/2022
Approved
Report:-Plethora of knowledge enriching activities buzzed the National Library Week commemorated by Hindu Kanya College, Kapurthala. College Library and Readers’ Club of Hindu Kanya College. Kapurthala celebrated National Library Week with great enthusiasm from 14th to 19th November 2022. These celebrations were organized to follow a practice initiated by Shri I.V.Ramayya, recognized as the "Architect of Public Library Movement in India" and as per the guidelines of ILA (Indian Library Association)to observe 14th to 20th November as National Library week all over India since 1968. The main aim has been to let the public know about the libraries and to develop reading, writing and analytical faculties among young learners.The whole week remained buzzing with plethora of knowledge enhancing activities. 14th November 2022 was dedicated to Children's Day to commemorate the birth anniversary of the first Prime Minister of India, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru. Books based on Honourable Pt. Jawahar Lal Nehru and children were displayed to elucidate his contribution towards India's freedom. Madam Principal Dr. Archna Garg inaugurated the event. On 15th November 2022, Book Review Competition was organized. 54 students of the college participated in book review competition. Kannan of B. A. 1st year, Harpreet Kaur of M. A 3rd semester and Manpreet Kaur of B. Com 3rd semester were selected as the best reviewers in Hindi, Punjabi and English language respectively. On 16th November 2022, “Design a Book-Mark Competition was conducted in which 22 students from college and Collegiate school participated enthusiastically and crafted beautiful Bookmarks to flaunt their artistic imagination and innovative ideas. Vidhi Sharma of B.Com 1st Semester, Arshdeep of B.C.A.- 5th Semester and Megna of 10+1 (Arts) stood first, second and third respectively in this competition. Thereafter, a Debate Competition was staged on 17th November 2022 on the topic “Stubble Burning” which was worth-enjoying and informative session for the audience. The highlight of the event was the question answer round as a volley of questions was answered confidently by the speakers of both sides. The session was a kaleidoscope of opinions and perspectives backed effectively by the supporting facts that definitely enhanced the knowledge and understanding of the topic among students. Total 12 students participated in this interactive session. Sukhmanjot Kaur of B.A. -5th Semester stood 1st, Diksha of B.Com.-3rd Semester got the second position, Kashish of B.Com.- 1st Semester and Manjot of B.A.-1st Semester got third position in this competition. On 18th November , an Essay Writing Competition was organized on the topic, " A Library is the Heart of an Institution" on a quote given by Dr. S. Radhakrishnan, 2nd President of India. 42 students from College and Collegiate school participated in this competition to display their imaginative and creative faculties and presented their views on how Library plays a vital role as an indispensable tool of learning process; starting from the toddler-school life to the higher education- till the research and even beyond. Gurleen Kaur of B.Com-1st Semester got first position, Jaismeen Kaur of B.C.A. -1st Semester got the second position and Jyoti Kumari of U.G. Diploma in Stitching and Tailoring was declared third in this competition. On the last day of National Library week, A Poem Recitation Competition was organized for the young poets to discover their poetical talent. Young poets rhymed on the "Importance of Books" and expressed their thoughts with confidence. Pragna of BCA 3rd Sem & Kashish of B. Com 1st stood first and Sania & Sukhrajdeep Kaur of 10+2 got appreciation award in Poetical Recitation. Dr. Archna Garg, Principal of the college appreciated the special endeavors put in by the Readers’ Club, Library Staff and encouraged young readers to participate in such knowledge enriching and confidence boosting activities for their holistic development. No. of Beneficiaries:- Outcome:-students gained the deeper understanding of improtance of the library and its resources. Students has showcased their skills in all the activities held duing the week.
Readers Club and Library
anupam
Partcipative
508
Selfie with your Favourite Book
10/11/2022
Approved
Report:- A 4 days selfie with your favourite book event was organised from 07/11/2022 to 10/11/2022. In this contest 32 students participated from different streams. Students uploaded their selfies with a simple google link. No. of Beneficiaries:- 32 Outcome:-Together with social media and traditional books keep the consciosness for reading and loving books alive.
Readers Club and Library
anupam
Partcipative
507
World Book Day
23/04/2022
Approved
Report:-College Library and Readers Club celebrated World Book Day on 23rd April 2022 to exhibit the power of written words. Books on Indian Freedom Movement were displayed to mark 75th year of Indian Freedom i.e. Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav. Madam Principal Dr. Archna Garg inaugurated the event and shared her views on the importance of reading books as it, not only boosts memory and intelligence but also improves reading and writing skills. Many students visited the library and enjoyed the magic of written words enthusiastically. Students also captured these moments through pictures clicked with their favorite books under Selfie With Your Favorite Book . Staff members also visited library and showcased their interest in several books and spent quality time there. No. of Beneficiaries:-74 Outcome:-by displaying books; students were made known about our incredible freedom fighters; the pillars behind the freedom movement. Students felt inspired and motivated to fight injustice.
Library and Readers Club
anupam
Partcipative
506
E-Quiz on Libraries
12/8/2020
Approved
Report:- National Librarians' Day was celebrated by college Library to give a tribute to Dr. S.R. Ranganathan by conducting a national level online quiz on libraries. participants got a google form through online platform and winners got certificates immediate after completion the quiz. No. of Beneficiaries:-332 Outcome:-A large number of participants from all over India participated with a simple google link developed the awareness among the people about the library terms with the help of MCQs. Participants got immediate results from the e-quiz.
Library
anupam
Partcipative
505
Educational Trip
07/11/2019
Approved
Report:-an educational trip to Bhai Gurdas Library, Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar was organized by Library. MS. Sheela Devi, Librarian escorted the students to Library. Mr. Satish Kumar (assistant Librarian) explained all the services & facilities to the students. No. of Beneficiaries:-08 Outcome:-Students were made known about the library system of a university.
Library
anupam
Experiential
504
National Librarian's Day
12/08/2019
Approved
Report:- while celebrating National Librarians' Day several students of college and collegiate school participated in the competitions named Favourite Book Display, Draft a Magazine, Write an alternative ending to the given story . Principal Dr. Archna Garg observed all the events and appreciated the efforts of college Library. No. Of Beneficiaries:-145 Outcome:-students participated in all three ents and showed their talent.
Library
anupam
Partcipative
503
Book Fair
15/03/2019
Approved
Report:- A Book-Fair was organised in the college by the department of library. Colonel Vikas Mohan , Principal, Sainik School Kapurthala inaugurated the event. Above 6000 books were exhibited by 10 different publishers from different parts of the nation. No. of Beneficiaries:- 200 Outcome:-Book- Fair gave students a motivation to read by offering them a wide selection of books to choose from that they can look at before they decide to buy Book-Fair promoted the tendency of book reading
Library
anupam
Partcipative
502
Library Orientation
26/09/2018
Approved
Report:-Library Orientation program was organised by the library for the fresh students to made aware what are the facilities available for them and what are the basic rules for the issue/return; how OPAC can be used for a book search. Ms. Sheela Devi, Librarian explained through a PPT No. of Beneficiaries:-145 Outcome:-Orientation helped the library users to adopt the system or to know how the library operates its activities within the college and to make good use of its services.
Library
MS. Sheela Devi
anupam
Librarian, Hindu Kanya College, Kapurthala
501
National librarian's Day
13/08/2018
Approved
Report:- College Library celebrated the national librarians' day by giving tribute to the father of Library Science in India Dr. S.R. Ranganathan: his life span has been elaborated and his published books were also displayed. Principal Dr. Archna Garg Inaugurated the event and appreciated the efforts done by Library staff. Students expressed their views about the event and felt encouraged. No. of Beneficiaries:- 85 Outcome:- Students were made known about Dr. S. R. Ranganathans' cpntribution towards library science
Library
anupam
Partcipative
500
Inter Class Tug of War Competition
26/08/2023
Approved
On the National Sports Day, the Birth Anniversary of Hockey legend Major Dhyan Chand was celebrated by organising an Inter-Class Tug of War Competition. 7 teams comprising 70 students named after famous Indian Sports persons participated enthusiastically. The Team 'Mary Kom' became the winner of the event, whereas Team 'P.V. Sandhu' got the Runner-up position. Outcome : The students displayed a very good performance and team spirit by participating in this event. They learnt the value of comradeship and team coordination to face the challenges of life together in a society. Number of Beneficiaries -70
Department of Physical Education
mukti
Partcipative
499
Free Yoga Classes
04/09/2023 to 18/09/2023
Approved
Department of Physical Education of the college organized 15-Day Yoga classes from 4th to 18th September under the Fit India Campaign launched by Prime Minister, Mr. Narendra Modi. These classes were conducted daily from 8 am to 9 am under the expert supervision of Mrs. Mukti, Activity Coordinator and Ms. Amarjit Kaur, faculty from the Physical Education Department. Outcome : Students were taught how to perform various Yoga Asanas like Surya Namaskar, Pranayam, Sukhasana, Padmasana, Bhujangasana and Tadhasana etc. which are helpful in maintaining good health and improved body posture. They learnt how to maintain mental cleanliness, high level of consciousness and emotional stability. Through the regular practice of Yoga asanas, young students will learn to embrace fitness and healthy living habits over the sedentary lifestyle. Number of Beneficiaries -19
Department of Physical Education
mukti
Partcipative
498
Extension Lecture on 'Green Clean Renewable Energy'
06-09-2023
Approved
An Extension Lecture to highlight the college motto of the year, "Green Clean Renewable Energy"was arranged. Dr. Sachin Kumar, Deputy Director, SSSNIBE, Kapurthala enlightened students on how to optimise the use of renewable energy resources, solar energy, hydro power, bio fuel etc. Outcome: Students were apprised about the importance of the motto of the year i.e. 'Green Clean Renewable Energy' through an Extension Lecture. They were enlightened about using the renewable resources optimally which encompass solar energy, hydro power, bio fuel, wind, tidal energy etc. They were enthused to adopt eco-friendly ways to support the human life and preserve the environmental diversity. Beneficiaries- 487
Extension Activities Committee
Dr. Sachin Kumar
anupam
Deputy Director, Sardar Swaran Singh National Institute of Bio-Energy, Kapurthala, Punjab
Experiential
497
Industrial Visit to ITC, Kapurthala
08-09-2023
Approved
P.G. Department of Commerce and Management and Department of Economics arranged an industrial visit for its students to ITC, Kapurthala. The objective of the visit was to give industrial exposure to the students of M.Com. and Economics. Outcome : Students got acquainted with the history of the company, various range of the products offered by ITC and its production policies through a Power Point Presentation, presented by Ms. Kritika, H.R. Assistant Manager. Students also got practical exposure through visiting different divisions where Bingo snacks,B- Natural juices and Mom's Magic biscuits are manufactured and packed.They also received an an insight into the real working environment, basics of its management systems and manufacturing process in detail which were explained by Mr. Sumeet, a Senior Manufacturing Executive and Mr. Deepak, a Manufacturing Executive. No. of Beneficiaries : 33 Students
PG Department of Commerce & Management and Department of Economics
Ms. Kritika
neetu
HR Assistant Manager, ITC, Kapurthala
Experiential
496
Fit India Pledge
26/08/2023
Approved
Department of Physical Education organized a Fit India Pledge to celebrate the birth anniversary of hockey legend Major Dhyan Chand and National Sports Day. Outcome - The students paid their homage to the legendary hockey player, Major Dhyan Chand on his birth anniversary by participating in the event enthusiastically. They ensured that they would stay motivated and encourage their relatives also to play sports to lead a healthy and active life. Number of Beneficiaries- 70
Department of Physical Education
null
Partcipative
496
Inter Class Tug of War Tournament
26/08/2023
Approved
*National Sports Day celebrated at Hindu Kanya College Kapurthala by organising an Inter-Class Tug of War Competition* Department of Physical Education of Hindu Kanya College, Kapurthala commemorated Birth Anniversary of Hockey legend Major Dhyan Chand and National Sports Day by organising an Inter-Class Tug of War Competition on 26th August 2023. 7 teams comprising 70 students named after famous Indian Sportspersons participated enthusiastically. The Team "Mary Kom" became the winner of the event, whereas Team "P.V. Sindhu" got the Runner-up position. Madam Principal, Dr. Archna Garg congratulated the winning team and encouraged all students to participate in such fun-filled energetic competitions which not only foster team spirit but also strengthen them morally and physically. On this occasion, Dr. Ritu Gupta, Convener, IQAC was also present. The competition was conducted under the superb supervision of Mrs. Mukti and Ms. Amarjit Kaur, faculty from Physical Education. No. of Beneficiaries- 70 Outcome - The students showed a very good performance and by participating in this event, they have learned how to face the challenges of life together in a society.
Department of Physical Education
null
Partcipative
495
Medical Camp at Village Mushkved ( Seenpur)
26-08-2023
Approved
A Medical Camp was organized in the Village Mushkved by Unnat Bharat Abhiyan Cell for the villagers. Dr. Yogesh Sehgal from Civil Hospital, Kapurthala performed the checkup of villagers and prescribed them medicines, free of cost. Outcome: The necessary healthcare services were provided by the Cell to the villagers free of cost, with the help of a team of medical experts from the Civil Hospital, Kapurthala. Villagers were being diagnosed and suggested the precautionary measures to address the alarming health issues in time and prescriptions were provided to them by the doctor. This initiative of the Cell not only benefitted villagers, but also sensitised student volunteers of the Cell to participate in the community awareness programs. No. of Beneficiaries: All residents of village Mushkved
Unnat Bharat Abhiyan Cell
Dr. Yogesh Sehgal
anupam
Medical Officer, Civil Hospital, Kapurthala. Contact No.- 9814838851
Partcipative
494
Handwriting Competition
19-08-2023
Approved
Bhasha Manch of the college arranged a Handwriting Competition for the students in which students showcased their creativity in the Punjabi handwriting in a specific manner and time period. Their flair of handwriting was adjudged by the judges, winners were appreciated by awarding the certificates for their ingenuity. Outcome: Bhasha Manch provided a golden opportunity to the students for exhibiting their proficiency and artistry in the Punjabi handwriting by using traditional reed pen and Inkpot. The event not only encouraged the healthy competitive spirit among the participants but also motivated them to improve their handwriting skills in Punjabi and oriented their energy and interest towards promoting their language and its unique handwriting skills. Beneficiaries : 37
Bhasha Manch
ritu
Partcipative
493
Extension Lecture on 'Therapeutic Effects of Literature'
19/08/23
Approved
An Extension Lecture on 'Therapeutic Effects of Literature' was arranged by the P.G.Department of Punjabi. Shri Jung Bahadur Goyal, an I.A.S. Officer( Retd.) and an eminent literary figure addressed the students as the keynote speaker and enlightened the young students regarding therapeutic effects of the Literature on human life. Outcome: Students were encouraged to derive lessons from the literary protagonists to stay steadfast, focused and optimistic to lead a purposeful life. The Keynote speaker motivated students to learn from the challenging situations and develop a positive outlook. No. of Beneficiaries--166
Sukhmani Sahit Sabha, P.G.Department of Punjabi
Shri Jung Bahadur Goyal
bhupinder
Shri Jung Bahadur Goyal, An I.A.S. Officer (Retd.) goyaljb123@gmail.com Contact No.- 9855123499
Partcipative
492
ਐਕਸਟੈਂਸ਼ਨ ਲੈਕਚਰ
19/08/23
Approved
Report : ਸੁਖਮਨੀ ਸਾਹਿਤ ਸਭਾ ਪੰਜਾਬੀ ਵਿਭਾਗ ਵੱਲੋਂ ਇਕ ਐਕਸਟੈਨਸ਼ਨ ਲੈਕਚਰ ਕਰਵਾਇਆ ਗਿਆ ਜਿਸ ਵਿੱਚ ਪ੍ਰਸਿੱਧ ਸਾਹਿਤਕਾਰ ਸ੍ਰੀ ਜੰਗ ਬਹਾਦਰ ਗੋਇਲ ਜੀ ਨੇ ਬਤੌਰ ਵਿਦਵਾਨ ਵਕਤਾ ਸ਼ਿਰਕਤ ਕੀਤੀ। ਉਨ੍ਹਾਂ ਦੇ ਬੋਲਣ ਦਾ ਵਿਸ਼ਾ ਸੀ 'ਸਾਹਿਤ ਦੇ ਚਿਕਿਤਸਕ ਪ੍ਰਭਾਵ ', ਵਿਭਾਗ ਦੇ ਮੁਖੀ ਡਾ ਭੁਪਿੰਦਰ ਕੌਰ ਜੀ ਨੇ ਉਨ੍ਹਾਂ ਨੂੰ ਜੀ ਆਇਆਂ ਕਹਿੰਦਿਆਂ ਉਨ੍ਹਾਂ ਦੇ ਜੀਵਨ ਤੇ ਸਾਹਿਤਕ ਪ੍ਰਾਪਤੀਆਂ ਦਾ ਬਿਓਰਾ ਦਿਤਾ। ਕਾਲਜ ਪ੍ਰਿੰਸੀਪਲ ਡਾ ਅਰਚਨਾ ਗਰਗ ਜੀ ਨੇ ਸਾਰਿਆਂ ਦਾ ਧੰਨਵਾਦ ਕੀਤਾ। Motive: ਐਕਸਟੈਂਨਸ਼ਨ ਲੈਕਚਰ ਕਰਵਾਉਣ ਦਾ ਪ੍ਰਯੋਜਨ ਵਿਦਿਆਰਥੀਆਂ ਨੂੰ ਸਾਹਿਤ ਦੀ ਮਹੱਤਤਾ ਸੰਬੰਧੀ ਜਾਣਕਾਰੀ ਦੇਣਾ ਤੇ ਸਾਹਿਤ ਨਾਲ ਜੋੜਣ ਦਾ ਯਤਨ ਕਰਨਾ ਸੀ। ਲੈਕਚਰ ਰਾਹੀਂ ਵਿਦਿਆਰਥੀਆਂ ਨੂੰ ਦੱਸਣਾ ਕਿ ਸਾਹਿਤ ਸਾਡੇ ਲਈ ਸੰਜੀਵਨੀ ਬੂਟੀ ਦਾ ਕੰਮ ਕਿਵੇਂ ਕਰ ਸਕਦਾ ਹੈ। Outcome: ਵਿਦਿਆਰਥੀਆਂ ਨੇ ਲੈਕਚਰ ਰਾਹੀਂ ਜਾਣਿਆ ਕਿ ਸਾਹਿਤ ਸਾਡੀ ਜ਼ਿੰਦਗੀ ਵਿਚ ਕ੍ਰਾਂਤੀਕਾਰੀ ਬਦਲਾਵ ਲਿਆ ਸਕਦਾ ਹੈ। ਸਾਹਿਤ ਅਧਿਐਨ ਰਾਹੀਂ ਅਸੀਂ ਹਰ ਕਿਸਮ ਦੀਆਂ ਚੁਣੌਤੀਆਂ ਦਾ ਸਾਹਮਣਾ ਕਰਨ ਦੇ ਯੋਗ ਬਣਦੇ ਹਾਂ। ਵਿਦਿਆਰਥੀਆਂ ਨੇ ਸ੍ਰੀ ਜੰਗ ਬਹਾਦਰ ਗੋਇਲ ਜੀ ਦੀ ਸ਼ਖ਼ਸੀਅਤ ਤੋਂ ਵੀ ਪ੍ਰਭਾਵਿਤ ਹੋ ਕੇ ਸਿਖਿਆ ਕਿ ਸੰਘਰਸ਼ ਕਰ ਕੇ, ਸਾਹਿਤ ਨਾਲ ਜੁੜ ਕੇ ਅਸੀਂ ਤਰੱਕੀ ਕਰ ਸਕਦੇ ਹਾਂ,ਬੁਲੰਦ ਹੋ ਸਕਦੇ ਹਾਂ। ਵਿਦਿਆਰਥੀਆਂ ਨੇ ਸੁਆਲ ਜੁਆਬ ਸੈਸ਼ਨ ਦੌਰਾਨ ਸਵਾਲ ਪੁੱਛ ਕੇ ਆਪਣੇ ਕਾਬਿਲ ਹੋਣ ਦਾ ਪ੍ਰਮਾਣ ਵੀ ਦਿਤਾ। Beneficiaries -166
ਸੁਖਮਨੀ ਸਾਹਿਤ ਸਭਾ, ਪੰਜਾਬੀ ਵਿਭਾਗ
ਸ੍ਰੀ ਜੰਗ ਬਹਾਦਰ ਗੋਇਲ
kulwinder
ਸ੍ਰੀ ਜੰਗ ਬਹਾਦਰ ਗੋਇਲ ਸਾਹਿਤਕਾਰ,ਆਈ ਏ ਐਸ (ਸੇਵਾ ਮੁਕਤ) goyaljb123@gmail.com 9855123499
Experiential
491
Teej Festival Celebration
19-08-2023
Approved
Teej Festival was observed in the college by arranging Mehandi Stall for the staff and students. Outcome: Students celebrated the festive fervour and cherished their traditional and cultural values. The event provided a platform to the talented students to exhibit their creativity in applying mehandi designs and also promoted the budding mehandi artists under the scheme, "Earn While You Learn" .
Department of Cosmetology
supriya
Partcipative
490
Celebration of Independence day
14/08/2023
Approved
On the eve of Independence celebrations were held in the college premises. An enlightening talk was delivered by Mrs. Seema Rani, Head of the Department of History, to make students aware about the historical as well as present day relevance of the freedom struggle for Indian independence. A patriotic song and a Nukkad Natak on the theme of "Azadi Ka Jashan" were presented by the students. which filled the air with a sense of pride and patriotic fervour. Dr. Kulwinder Kaur, Officiating Principal motivated students to embrace the constructive and progressive outlook to perform their responsibilities ardently to protect the hard-earned freedom. Outcome : The event motivated the students to cherish and learn lessons from the unforgettable tales of bravery of the great freedom fighters. Students were made vigilant about the the complex issues threatening the order, peace and solemnity of our society like poverty, mobile addiction rising prices etc through an impressively presented Nukkad Natak. No. of Beneficiaries : All students and staff of the college.
Department of Social Sciences
Seema Rani and Varinder Kaur
seema
Assistant Professor in History Assistant Professor in Political Science
Partcipative
489
International Yoga Day
21/06/2023
Approved
On the occasion of International Yoga Day, a yoga camp was organized in the college in which Colonel Sewa Singh, a yoga expert from Health and Happiness Society, Kapurthala demonstrated Pranayama and various Yoga asanas and highlighted their benefits in today's busy and fast pacing life. Outcome - Students and Staff members practised various Yoga Aasans and awareness was generated among students about benefits of practising yoga exercises as these help in building mental as well as physical strength, reduce stress and improve concentration. No. of beneficiaries - 68
Department of Physical Education
Colonel Sewa Singh
mukti
Colonel Sewa Singh Email ID : singhsewa123@gmail.com Contact No. - 9915523329
Partcipative
488
Distribution of Plants on World Environment Day
05/06/2023
Approved
On June 5, 2023, NSS units of Hindu Kanya College, Kapurthala celebrated World Environment Day by distributing plants in the village Rupanpur. The theme for this year's World Environment Day was *Ecosystem Restoration*. Motive: The purpose of the event was to raise awareness about the importance of restoring and preserving our ecosystems. Outcome: Volunteers played a crucial role in creating a positive impact on the community by encouraging the adoption of sustainable practices and promoting environmental conservation. A wide variety of saplings like mango, guava, jamun and bhel patri suitable for the local ecosystem were distributed and planted in the village. Madam Principal, Dr. Archna Garg appreciated the efforts of the NSS units saying that plants can be beneficial in restoration of the ecosystem.
NSS Unit
hardeep
Partcipative
487
Yuva Utsav-2023
04-03-2023
Approved
Yuva Utsav-2023 was organized in the college premises in collaboration with Nehru Yuva Kendra, Kapurthala under the patronage of Union Ministry of Youth Programmes, Sports and Culture Promotion. 123 students from different institutions participated in the events of poem writing, declamation, painting, mobile photography and group cultural items. Additional Deputy Commissioner (Development), Kapurthala Mrs. Paramjit Kaur inaugurated this event and Deputy Mayor, Kapurthala Mr. Vinod Sood was the Special Guest. Colonel Jaivir Singh, Director Recruitment, North Zone elaborated the opportunities available for youth to enter in defense services and laid special focus on Agniveer Scheme. Principal Dr. Archna Garg appreciated the efforts taken by the Nehru Yuva Kendra for encouraging the youth for such growth promoting activities. Ms. Gagandeep Kaur, District Coordinator, Nehru Yuva Kendra, while highlighting the motive behind the event, encouraged all students to participate in such competitions with full spirit and enthusiasm. Staff members from the college were also honoured on this occasion for their active support and service. Motive : The motive for organising this event was to provide an opportunity to the young students to exhibit their writing skills, artistic talent, oratory competence, performing potential in the events like poem writing, declamation, painting, mobile photography and group cultural items. Outcome : Students from varied educational institutions got a platform to showcase their linguistic prowess, creativity, and oratory skills. Students and staff received appreciation and due recognition for their endeavours. Students got motivated to participate in such growth promoting activities. No. of Beneficiaries: 430
Youth Service Club in collaboration with Nehru Yuva Kendra, Kapurthala
Mrs. Paramjit Kaur; Mr. Vinay Sood & Colonel Jaivir Singh
ritu
Mrs. Paramjit Kaur, Additional Deputy Commissioner(Development), Kapurthala; Mr. Vinay Sood, Deputy Mayor, Kapurthala & Colonel Jaivir Singh, Director Recruitment, North Zone
Partcipative
486
Oath Taken ceremony
05/11/2018
Approved
Motive- To make aware students to celebrate eco friendly Diwali. Report -On 5th November,2018 an oath taken ceremony was held on the eve of Diwali in the assembly ground of the college. Diwali means the awareness of the inner Light. Outcome-Students got the idea to maintain the sustainability of environment and protect our planet earth. Beneficiaries -520
Nature Eco Club
Mrs.Suvit Das
seema
Assistant Professor in Hindu Kanya College Kapurthala
Partcipative
485
Inter-college Speech and Poster making Competition
09/12/2019
Approved
Purpose: To provide opportunity to the student to improve speaking skills and creativeness. Outcome: Competitive, creative and memorisation skills of the students were enhanced. No. of Participants: 02
Red Ribbon Club
Preet Kohli
sarika
Preet Kohli, Assistant Director Youth Services District, Kapurthala
Participative
484
Poster making and Slogan Writing Competition on the occasion of National Voter's Day
28-1-2019
Approved
A poster making and slogan writing competition was arranged by Electoral Literacy Club of the college on 28 January, 2019 on the occasion of National Voter's Day. The motive of the event was to spread awareness about the necessity of voting and to encourage the young voters towards voting rights. 45 students of different streams participated in this event. Outcome- It strengthened the learning ability of the students. They become able to represent their ideas regarding the importance of right to vote. No. of Beneficiaries- 550
Electoral Literacy Club
seema
Participative
483
Seminar on the occasion of National Voter's Day
25-01-2018
Approved
A Seminar was organized by Electoral Literacy Club on the occasion of National Voter's Day on 25 January, 2018. Sh. Mohammad Tayyab, Deputy Commissioner Kapurthala was the resource person of the event. He emphasized that every single voter should use his/her right to vote judiciously. An oath taking ceremony was also conducted on this occasion. Outcome- It sensitized the participants regarding the importance of their right to vote. It also encouraged the new voters to cast their vote without any influence of caste, religion, money etc. No. of beneficiaries- 200
Electoral Literacy Club
Sh. Mohammad Tayyab
seema
Sh. Mohammad Tayyab, Deputy Commissioner, Kapurthala
Participative
482
Poster Making Competition
05/12/2019
Approved
Purpose: To encourage the students and make them aware about fundamental duties as enshrined in the Indian Constitution. Outcome: Creative and artistic skills of the students were enhanced. No. Of Participants: 10
Red Ribbon Club
sarika
Participative
481
Youth Red Cross Camp
21-09-2017
Approved
Motive : To offer first aid training to all the volunteers and develop leadership quality among them. Outcome: The students learned the history of the red cross, first aid techniques, CPR ,drug abuse and were encouraged to extend their humanitarian services to the society. No. Of Participants: 10
Guru Teg Bahadur College, Anandpur
sarika
Participative
479
Poster and slogan writing competition
02/11/2018
Approved
Motive -To make aware students about eco friendly Diwali. Report -a poster and slogan writing competition was organised to celebrate eco friendly Diwali.Oath taken ceremony was also organised on this occasion to celebrate eco friendly Diwali. Mrs Vijay Pathania ,Dr.Kulwinder Kaur and mrs. Renu Soni were judges of the event. Outcome- Students got awareness about how to celebrate eco friendly Diwali and they participate in poster making and slogan writing competition. Beneficiaries- 68
Nature Eco Club
Mrs.Vijay Pathania,Dr.Kulwinder Kaur and Mrs.Renu Soni
seema
Associate Professors and Assistant Professor in Hindu Kanya College Kapurthala
Participative
478
Book Exhibition
03/03/2022
Approved
Motive: To promote the culture of book reading among bibliophiles. Outcome: Students and staff participated in this book exhibition and purchased the books according to their choice. inaugurated this event. No. of Beneficiaries: 445
Bhasha Manch
Dr. Satish K. Kapoor, Director, Dr. Archna Garg, Principal, Mrs. Jaspreet Kaur, District Language Officer, and Mrs. Jasdeep Kaur, Incharge Bhasha Manch
sunali
Experiential
477
Workshop on MS-Powerpoint & MS-Excel
09/12/2019 to 21/12/2019
Approved
Motive: The motive of a workshop on MS PowerPoint and MS Excel for teaching faculty can be to enhance their skills and knowledge in using these software tools effectively in their teaching practices. Report: The primary objective of the workshop was to enhance the skills and knowledge of the teaching faculty in utilizing these software tools effectively for educational purposes. The workshop aimed to enhance presentation skills, improve data management and analysis, and promote interactive learning experiences for students. Faculty members were taught how to create engaging and visually appealing presentations using MS PowerPoint. The aim was to help them effectively deliver their lessons and capture students' attention through well-designed slides. Faculty members learned how to utilize MS Excel to manage and analyze data effectively. They were introduced to various functions and features that could be utilized for tasks such as organizing data, creating charts, and performing basic data analysis. Outcome - Faculty members developed the ability to create visually appealing and engaging presentations, enabling them to deliver their lessons more effectively. Participants gained proficiency in using MS Excel for organizing and analyzing data, which can enhance their ability to incorporate data-driven teaching methods. No. of Participants - 37
PG Department of Computer Science & IT
Staff Members of PG Department of CS & IT
sunali
Participative
476
Cleanliness drive of local statues
14/07/2021
Approved
NCC unit of Hindu Kanya College, Kapurthala of 2 Punjab girls battalion NCC Jalandhar organised a *Cleanliness drive of local statues* at Bhagat Singh Chowk, Kapurthala in remembrance of *Kargil Vijay Divas*. *Motive* : To create awareness among cadets about the cleanliness of statues in local area. *Outcome* : To boost patriotic spirit in youth, cadets of NCC cleaned the Statue of our great freedom fighter Shaheed Bhagat Singh and his great sacrifice in the freedom struggle of India. Cadets of NCC promised to safe and clean the statues of freedom fighters and spread awareness about their great work. *No. of beneficiaries* : 42
NCC Unit
kulwinder
Experiential
474
Orientation Program on "Zoom & Google Classroom"
23/06/2020
Approved
Motive - The motive of an orientation program on Zoom, Google Classroom, Google Forms, PDF, and other teaching aids during Covid-19 is to help students adapt to the new modes of learning that have emerged as a result of the pandemic. With schools and universities closed or operating under restricted capacity, educators have had to rapidly shift to online learning platforms to ensure continuity in education. Report - Er. Ramandeep Kaur gave a session on how online teaching methods are going to be adapted by teachers as many students may not have prior experience with these tools or may be unfamiliar with the specific features and functionalities required for effective online learning. Therefore, the following topics are discussed with students: - Understand the basic features and functionalities of Zoom, Google Classroom, and Google Forms, and how to use them for learning and communication. - Learn how to navigate and interact with online learning materials such as PDFs, videos, and other multimedia content. - Understand the importance of online etiquette and behavior in a virtual classroom setting, including guidelines for participation, communication, and respectful discourse. - Learn strategies for managing time and staying organized in an online learning environment. - Get familiar with tools for collaboration, such as shared documents and online discussion forums, to work with peers and teachers. - Explore different modes of assessment and feedback in online learning, such as quizzes, assignments, and discussions. Outcome - By providing students with this orientation, educators helped them to adapt to the changing circumstances of education and continue to achieve their academic goals. No. of beneficiaries: - 134
PG Department of Computer Science & IT
Er. Ramandeep Kaur, Assistant Professor, CS & IT Hindu Kanya College, Kapurthala
sunali
raman177rk@gmail.com
Experiential
473
Project Showcase
26/04/2023
Approved
Motive – The fundamental goal of project work is to ensure that the student does independent study and develops workable answers to the problem or concept they are seeking to understand. Report- A Project Showcase Event was organized by PG department of Computer Science and IT of Hindu Kanya College, Kapurthala in which students from BCA and MSc IT final year demonstrated their technical competence, creativity, and ability to apply their knowledge to real-world problems. The event aimed to showcase the innovative and practical applications developed by the students. The event also included interactive session, where the students presented their projects and answered questions from the teachers and fellow students. Outcome – Students are able to design their project more efficiently and made desired changes advised by the teachers. The changes they have done are more specific and outcome based. No. of Participants - 20
PG Department of Computer Science & IT
hardeep
Participative
472
Poster making competition
18-03-2023
Approved
Event:- Buddy Group of Hindu Kanya College Kapurthala organised a Poster Making competition on Awareness against Drugs on 18th March 2023 to make students aware about the harmful effects of drugs. Students from all streams participated enthusiastically in this event. Ramneek Kaur of B. Com.- 6th Semester, Tripti of M. Com- 4th Semester and Neha, B. A 6th semester stood first, second and third respectively. Dr. Amanjyoti and Mrs. Suvit Das adjudged the posters. Motive:- To Inspired the students to participate in such activities to make drug free and progressive society Outcome:-Through the poster making competition, where the students gave the best examples of their artwork, they learned about the negative effects of various drugs on their physical, mental, family and social life. The students also learned that addiction is a mental weakness and control over this mentality. Life can be drug-free and happy again. Participated:- 22 Beneficiaries:- 470
Buddy Group
hardeep
Participative
471
Poster making and Video making competition
18/06/2021
Approved
Event: Poster Making and Video Making Competition organized by Ministry of Education, Government of India. Motive: Focusing on awareness throughout the pandemic. It was aimed to create awareness about Covid-19 and to suggest feasible ways to handle the pandemic crisis in an optimistic manner. Outcome- The event provided a platform to the students to exhibit their innovative ideas, creativity and their expression in best possible manner by participating in both activities. Students were made aware about mind relaxing activities like meditation, reading a book, listening to music or spending time with family to cope up with the stress accumulated due to pandemic. Number of participants- 7
Unnat Bharat Abhiyan in collaboration with Ministry of Education, Government of India
hardeep
Participative
470
Poster making
11/11/2020
Approved
Event- Poster Making Event on the topic ' Say No to Crackers’ and ‘Stop Stubble Burning’on 11 November, 2020. Motive: To make young learners aware about the necessity of protecting . Outcome: Students were sensitized to protect the environment by celebrating pollution free Diwali. Students showcased their grave concern for protecting their environment from hazardous human ventures. No. of Participants:12 No. of Beneficiaries: 355
Unnat Bharat Abhiyan Cell
hardeep
Participative
469
निबंध लेखन प्रतियोगिता
20/09/2021
Approved
9/20/2021 को हिंदी भाषा प्रोत्साहन सप्ताह के अंतर्गत "निबंध लेखन प्रतियोगिता" का आयोजन किया गया । विद्यार्थियों ने राष्ट्र भाषा हिंदी विषय पर निबंध रचना में भाग लेकर हिंदी भाषा के स्वरूप पर अपने विचार व्यक्त किए । Purpose - हिन्दी भाषा के साथ जोड़ना एवं हिन्दी लेखन का विकास करना तथा हिन्दी भाषा की महत्वपूर्ण जानकारी प्रदान करना Outcome - विद्यार्थी की लेखन क्षमता का विकास हो पाएगा । Venue - स्मार्ट रूम Beneficiaries - 54
स्नातकोत्तर हिंदी विभाग, हिन्दू कन्या कॉलेज, कपूरथला
Participative
468
प्रश्नोत्तरी प्रतियोगिता और हस्ताक्षर अभियान
18/09/2021
Approved
9/18/2021 को हिंदी भाषा प्रोत्साहन सप्ताह के अंतर्गत हिंदी भाषा के ज्ञान में वृद्धि करने और छात्राओं को देश की भाषा के साथ जोड़ने के प्रयास से प्रश्नोत्तरी प्रतियोगिता और हस्ताक्षर अभियान का आयोजन किया गया । कॉलेज से सभी स्ट्रीम्स के विद्यार्थियों ने इनमें बढ़-चढ़ कर भाग लिया । Purpose - हिन्दी भाषा के संबंध में जानकारी में वृद्धि करना, हिन्दी लिखने के लिए प्रोत्साहित करना एवं हिन्दी भाषा के साथ भावात्मक संबंध स्थापित करना । Outcome - विद्यार्थी हिन्दी भाषा, साहित्य और साहित्यकारों के विषय में जानकारी सांझा कर सकेगा । Venue - स्मार्ट रूम (प्रश्नोत्तरी) कॉलेज कैम्पस (हस्ताक्षर अभियान) Beneficiaries - 53 (प्रश्नोत्तरी) 325 (हस्ताक्षर अभियान)
स्नातकोत्तर हिंदी विभाग, हिन्दू कन्या कॉलेज, कपूरथला
Participative
467
चित्र से मौलिक रचना लेखन प्रतियोगिता
16/09/2021
Approved
हिंदू कन्या कॉलेज, कपूरथला के स्नातकोत्तर हिंदी विभाग की ओर आयोजित 'हिंदी भाषा प्रोत्साहन सप्ताह' के अंतर्गत 'चित्र देखकर मौलिक रचना लेखन' प्रतियोगिता करवाई गई जिसमें विद्यार्थियों ने उत्साहपूर्वक भाग लिया । दिए गए दो चित्रों में से किसी एक चित्र पर मौलिक रचना (कविता, कहानी, निबंध इत्यादि) लेखन करवाया गया । विद्यार्थियों ने इसमें उत्साहपूर्वक भाग लेते हुए उड़ान, ज़िन्दगी की सफलता, सपनों की उड़ान, बेपरवाह लड़का, जीवन का लक्ष्य, एक उम्मीद आदि विषयों पर मौलिक रचनाएं लिख कर अपनी प्रतिभा का परिचय दिया । कॉलेज के प्राध्यापकों के लिए भी इस प्रतियोगिता का आयोजन किया गया जो काफी आकर्षक, मनोरंजक व सर्जनात्मक रहा । यह प्रतियोगिताएं विद्यार्थियों और प्राध्यापकों के लिए बेहद रुचिपूर्ण, जिज्ञासापूर्ण और उत्साहवर्धक रही । Purpose - विद्यार्थियों में सृजनात्मकता का विकास करना एवं मौलिक रचना लेखन के लिए प्रेरित करना । Outcome - विद्यार्थी मौलिक रचना क्षमता का विकास कर पाएगा । Venue - स्मार्ट रूम Beneficiaries - 112 11111111111111111111111111111111
स्नातकोत्तर हिंदी विभाग, हिन्दू कन्या कॉलेज, कपूरथला
Participative
466
Household survey of Villages Razapur and Bhagwanpur
13/08/19, 20/08/19, 22/08/19, 26/08/19
Approved
Event: A household survey of Village Razapur and Bhagwanpur Motive: Motive: To inculcate the skill of primary data collection among students and familiarize them with rural realities and problems. Outcome: Although it was instructed to conduct a household survey of adopted villages, our college took it as an opportunity to inculcate research ethics and techniques in the students who are not exposed to the research field. The students realized the importance of data collection as it is the foremost step towards the research. Students came to know about the applicability of research techniques and also how to collect data using data collection methods. It gave them experiential learning as students got hands-on experiences and reflection as they could connect theories and knowledge learned in the classroom to real-world situations.
Unnat Bharat Abhiyan Cell
Experiential
465
मौलिक लेखन प्रतियोगिता का आयोजन
21/09/19
Approved
हिन्दी भाषा प्रोत्साहन दिवस के अंतर्गत विद्यार्थियों में मौलिक लेखन की प्रवृत्ति को विकसित करने के लिए मौलिक रचना लेखन प्रतियोगिता का आयोजन किया गया जिसमें विद्यार्थियों ने कहानी, कविता इत्यादि लिख कर अपनी मौलिक रचना प्रवृत्ति का परिचय दिया । Purpose - विद्यार्थियों की मौलिक लेखन की प्रवृत्ति को बढ़ावा देना एवं उनका भावात्मक व विचारात्मक विकास करना । Outcome - विद्यार्थी मौलिक रचना शक्ति द्वारा भावात्मक और विचारात्मक शक्ति का विकास कर पाएगा । Venue - रूम न. 113 Beneficiaries - 107
स्नातकोत्तर हिंदी विभाग, हिन्दू कन्या कॉलेज, कपूरथला
Participative
464
Household survey of Villages Mushkved, Aujla Banwali and Dhandal
30/03/22,1/04/22,02/04/22, 03/04/22
Approved
Event: A household survey of Villages Mushkved, Aujla Banwali and Dhandal Motive: To understand the present status of villages and to aware the students about rural problems and realities. Outcome: Students came to know about the setup, family structure, and standard of living of the villagers; their educational background, general awareness, and their financial status. The students benefitted from this survey as it broadened their perspective about the social milieu and enhanced their research aptitude.
Unnat Bharat Abhiyan Cell
Experiential
463
हिन्दी भाषा प्रोत्साहन सप्ताह के समापन दिवस पर संबोधन भाषण
21/09/19
Approved
हिन्दी भाषा प्रोत्साहन सप्ताह के समापन दिवस पर संबोधन भाषण का आयोजन किया गया जिसमें डॉ. तेजिंदर कौर, असिस्टेंट प्रो. हिंदी विभाग, हिन्दू कन्या कॉलेज, कपूरथला ने हिंदी भाषा के संबंध में विद्यार्थियों को संबोधित किया । वैश्विक स्तर पर हिंदी भाषा के प्रयोग की जानकारी दी गई और विद्यार्थियों को भाषा के साथ जोड़ा गया । Purpose- हिंदी भाषा के महत्व के प्रति जागृत करना । Outcome - विद्यार्थियों का विचारात्मक व भावात्मक विकास करना । Venue - असेंबली ग्राउंड beneficiaries - 950
स्नातकोत्तर हिंदी विभाग, हिन्दू कन्या कॉलेज, कपूरथला
डॉ. तेजिंदर कौर, असिस्टेंट प्रो. हिंदी विभाग, हिन्दू कन्या कॉलेज, कपूरथला
Participative
462
हस्ताक्षर अभियान
20/09/2019
Approved
हिंदी भाषा प्रोत्साहन सप्ताह के अंतर्गत हिंदी भाषा के प्रति भावात्मक जुड़ाव को व्यक्त करने व विद्यार्थियों को हिंदी भाषा के साथ जोड़ने के महत्वपूर्ण उद्देश्य से "हस्ताक्षर अभियान" का आयोजन किया गया जिसमें कॉलेज प्राचार्या डॉ. अर्चना गर्ग जी ने इस अभियान का शुभारंभ किया । हिंदी विभागाध्यक्ष डॉ. कुलविंदर कौर के साथ विभाग के अन्य सदस्यों व समूह फैकल्टी सदस्यों ने इस अभियान में भाग लिया । कॉलेज के सभी विद्यार्थियों ने इस अभियान में उत्साहपूर्वक भाग लिया । Purpose - विद्यार्थियों को हिन्दी भाषा के साथ जोड़ना । Outcome - विद्यार्थी हिन्दी भाषा के साथ जुड़ पाएगा । Venue - असेंबली ग्राउंड Beneficiaries - 944
स्नातकोत्तर हिंदी विभाग, हिन्दू कन्या कॉलेज, कपूरथला
Participative
461
अंतर-कक्षा प्रश्नोत्तरी प्रतियोगिता
19/09/2019
Approved
9/19/2019 को हिंदी भाषा प्रोत्साहन सप्ताह के अंतर्गत "अंतर-कक्षा प्रश्नोत्तरी प्रतियोगिता" का आयोजन किया गया जिसमें सभी स्ट्रीम्स से छात्राओं ने उत्साहपूर्वक भाग लिया । Purpose - विद्यार्थियों को हिन्दी भाषा, हिन्दी साहित्य व साहित्यकारों की जानकारी देना । Outcome - विद्यार्थी हिन्दी साहित्य व साहित्यकारों से परिचित हो पाएगा । Venue - रूम न. 113 Beneficiaries - 55
स्नातकोत्तर हिंदी विभाग, हिन्दू कन्या कॉलेज, कपूरथला
Participative
460
पोस्टर मेकिंग और स्लोगन राइटिंग प्रतियोगिता
18/09/2019
Approved
हिंदी भाषा प्रोत्साहन सप्ताह के अंतर्गत "पोस्टर मेकिंग और स्लोगन राइटिंग प्रतियोगिता" का आयोजन किया गया । हिंदी साहित्यकारों, उनकी प्रमुख रचनाओं और हिंदी भाषा में भावात्मक और विचारात्मक अभिव्यक्ति की जानकारी देने व हिंदी साहित्य व साहित्यकारों के साथ जोड़ने के उद्देश्य से इस प्रतियोगिता का आयोजन किया गया । Purpose - विद्यार्थियों को हिन्दी भाषा से संबन्धित ज्ञान प्रदान करना । Outcome - विद्यार्थी हिन्दी साहित्यकारों व हिन्दी के महत्वपूर्ण विचारों से लाभान्वित हो सकेगा । Venue - हिन्दी डिपार्टमेंट Beneficiaries - 45
स्नातकोत्तर हिंदी विभाग, हिन्दू कन्या कॉलेज, कपूरथला
Participative
459
भित्ति पत्रिका (wall Magazine) पर हिन्दी भाषा से जुड़ी जानकारियों का संकलन
9/16/2019
Approved
9/16/2019 हिन्दी भाषा प्रोत्साहन सप्ताह के अंतर्गत भित्ति पत्रिका (wall Magazine) पर हिन्दी भाषा से जुड़ी जानकारियों का संकलन किया गया । विद्यार्थियों को हिंदी भाषा से जुड़े विविध आयामों की जानकारी देने और भाषा के विभिन्न पक्षों की जानकारी देने के उद्देश्य से भित्ति पत्रिका पर चार्ट्स, स्लोगन लगाए गए । Purpose - विद्यार्थियों को हिन्दी के विविध आयामों के साथ जोड़ना । Outcome - विद्यार्थी हिन्दी भाषा से संबन्धित महत्वपूर्ण जानकारियों को आत्मसात कर सकेगा । Venue - कॉलेज कैम्पस Beneficiaries - 77
स्नातकोत्तर हिंदी विभाग, हिन्दू कन्या कॉलेज, कपूरथला
Participative
458
Cleanliness Compaign at Kanjli Wetland
22/04/2023
Approved
*Ncc unit* of Hindu Kanya College Kapurthala of *2 Punjab Girls Battalion NCC, Jalandhar* organised a cleanliness campaign at Kanjli Wetland Kapurthala under the *Puneet Sagar Abhiyan* dedicated to *World Earth Day* on 22nd April, 2023. The cadets made posters related to this topic to aware people about the importance of clean water. *Motive*: To create awareness about the importance of water resources. *Outcome*: Cadets were informed that water resources should be kept safe and solid waste should not be dumped it them. Due to important part of our environment, it is our duty to preserve them. *No. of beneficiaries* : 47
NCC Unit
hardeep
Participative
457
Covid Sampling Camp
01-11-2021
Approved
On 1 November,2021 Units of NSS, Red Ribbon Club, Red Cross arranged Covid sampling Camp in the college under the able guidance of Principal Dr Archna Garg. Team from civil Hospital Kapurthala visited Hindu Kanya College and samples of 200 students were taken. After sampling, The students were also informed about how they can protect themselves from the Covid epidemic. Motive: The purpose of organising this camp was to know about the latest status of Covid-19 whether any student is in the grip of Covid epidemic. Outcome: Through this activity, the students were informed that it is very important to get sampling done to know about the status Covid-19 epidemic. No of Beneficiaries: 200
NSS Unit, Red Cross Unit, Red Ribbon Club
Problem Solving
456
- Educational trip to Punjab Vidhan Sabha & excursion trip to the Rock Garden
22-03-18
Approved
Objectives- To apprise the students with the functioning of Legislative Assembly. Outcomes- After attending the Zero hour and routine session proceedings, the students gained knowledge about the functioning of assembly. They learnt, how MLAs raise and discuss their plans and policies in Vidhan Sabha. How seriously their elected officials conduct themselves and how wisely cabinet ministers respond No of Beneficiaries- 20 Students
Dept. of Journalism, Public Administration & Political Science.
Experiential
455
Extension Lecture
13-04-2023
Approved
Motive: Familiarize the students about history of Jallianwala Bagh . Report :- To tell the historical importance of April 13, the department of History today arranged a special session to show a documentary, prepared by BBC, on Jallianwala Bagh Massacre. Earlier, Dr. Aman Jyoti, Department of History, put the light on this disastrous incident. Thereafter, Mrs. Seema Rani, Head, Department of History explained relevance of the day with respect to the Sikh History. She told that on this day, in 1699, the tenth Guru, Sri Guru Gobind Singh ji established Khalsa Panth. The Jallianwala Bagh massacre, also known as the Amritsar massacre, took place on 13 April 1919. A large, peaceful crowd had gathered at the Jallianwala Bagh in Amritsar, Punjab, British India, to protest the Rowlatt Act and arrest of pro-independence activists Saifuddin Kitchlew and Satyapal. Outcome:- Students got to know about the Jallianwala Bagh massacre is rightly regarded as a watershed moment in Indian history. This incident permanently damaged relations between Indians and Britishers. Beneficiaries:- 39
Department of History
Mrs. Seema Rani and Dr. Aman Jyoti Assistant Professors in History , Hindu Kanya College , Kapurthala
Participative
454
Field Visit to SimbaQuartz
18/04/2023
Approved
Date : 18-4-2023 Objective – The main goal of this field visit to SimbaQuartz is learning through direct observation of real-world projects, systems, and other relevant information. It will determine the focus of project work of student syllabi and will provide the relevant information. It will enhance their critical thinking skills and gives students a chance to think about a topic or theme of project work from a different perspective. Report - Students of PG Department of Commerce & Management and Computer Science & IT visited Simba Quartz Company Tangra. Simba Quartz is all about digital marketing & IT services. Students visited Simba course centre and the main office. Mr. Dilsher Singh, Vice-President, (Operations) explained various career job options after completing graduation in Commerce & IT streams. He also explained about various job profiles in Simba Quartz and importance of UI & UX recently in trend in IT industry. Ms. Bhawana Khurana, Senior Executive (HR) and Mr. Vishal Khanna (Manager, HR) handled the queries of the students. Mrs. Priyanka Sharma from Department of Commerce & Management and Mrs. Hardeep Kaur from Department of Computer Science & IT accompanied the students. Outcome – Students have learnt about the work culture of SimbaQuartz. The experts of SimbaQuartz explained the students about digital marketing, career options and IT services all over the world. The students of Computer Science & IT have implemented the experienced gained from this field visit in their projects and reports as well. No. of Beneficiaries: 35 Students from PG Department of Commerce & Management: 18 Students from PG Department Computer Science & IT: 17
PG Department of Commerce & Management
hardeep
SimbaQuartz 9988778137 bhawna.khurana@simbaquartz.com
Experiential
453
Seminar on Health, Hygiene and Nutrition
07-04-2023
Approved
NSS units of the college organised a lecture on Health and Hygiene on the occasion of World Health Day at village Rupanpur on 7th April 2023. World Health Organization has given the theme Health for All for the year 2023. Mrs. Sarika Kanda, Head, Department of Home Science was the resource person. She highlighted the importance of cleanliness and hygiene for good health. She guided to avoid taking packaged food, consumption of fresh fruits and vegetables, less gap in eating time, regular medical check-up, fasting at least once a week, consumption of variety of millets are essential for maintaining health. Besides this, she said that it is very important for women to maintain proper hygiene during menstruation. Purpose-To guide the village Women's about good health, eating habits and cleanliness. Outcome - The women of village God information about good lifestyle and food habits. Women also came to know how to maintain their physical cleanliness during menstruation. No of Beneficiary: 39
NSS Unit
Mrs. Sarika Kanda Head of Department Home Science and Fashion Designing
Experiential
452
Celebration of World Heritage Day
18-04-2023
Approved
On the occasion of World Heritage Day, a group of 25 National Service Scheme (NSS) volunteers along with two program officers Mrs Amanjyoti and Mrs Suvit Das visited a heritage place in Kapurthala district, Punjab. Motive: The purpose of the visit was to create awareness about the importance of preserving our cultural heritage and to educate the youth about the rich history of our country. Place Visited: The NSS volunteers visited one heritage place in Kapurthala district, namely Moorish Mosque. This place hold a significant historical and architectural importance. Moorish Mosque: The Moorish Mosque, also known as the Kapurthala Mosque, is a stunning piece of Islamic architecture that was built in 1930 by the last ruler of Kapurthala, Maharaja Jagatjit Singh. The mosque was inspired by the Grand Mosque of Marrakesh, and its unique design and exquisite craftsmanship have made it one of the most popular tourist attractions in Kapurthala. The program officers provided information on the history and significance of this heritage place. The volunteers were also given the opportunity to explore the site on their own and take photographs. Outcome: The visit had a significant impact on the NSS volunteers. They gained a better understanding of the historical and cultural significance of the site and the importance of preserving them for future generations. The visit also gave them a sense of pride in their cultural heritage. Beneficiary: 25
NSS Unit
hardeep
Experiential
hhhh
451
Tayari Jeet Ki
30-01-2023 to 03-02-2023
Approved
Motive - The objective of a workshop on the preparation of competitive exams is to provide participants with the knowledge, skills, and strategies needed to succeed in competitive exams. By understanding the format and content of the exam, developing effective study strategies and test-taking skills, and boosting confidence and motivation, participants can improve their chances of success in the exam. Report - Career Counseling & Placement Cell of Hindu Kanya College, Kapurthala in association with District Bureau of Employment Enterprises, Kapurthala organized a five-day Potential Development Workshop 'Tayari Jeet Ki' from 30th January to 3rd February 2023. College students enthusiastically participated in this workshop organized with the aim of providing practical information and training to the students about various employment opportunities. The five day workshop designed meticulously will take them to a journey through following topics and issues relating to their personality development and potential growth as a women: -Time management -Personality development -How to tackle English in competitive examinations -How to crack interviews and resume writing -Live session with an women entrepreneur -How to handle exam anxiety -placement drive The keynote speaker of the first session Dr. Sachin Sidhra, Lovely Professional University, Phagwara explained the importance of time with examples on the topic 'Time Management' through the participation of girl students and the girl students also participated enthusiastically. Mr. Arun Joshi, Founder Director, Shri Krishna Institute, Jalandhar addressed the students on the topic 'English Language and Its Utility for the Competitive Examination" during the first session. He deliberated information about securing employment prospects after honing communication skills in English. Dr. Rakesh Sharma, Associate Prof., NIT, Jalandhar spoke on the topic 'Skills for Arts/Science/ Management of Life'. While interacting with the students, he told that it is more important to take the initiative to do a work than to achieve perfection in it. Mr. Gaurav Bali, Personality Architect & Corporate Trainer, LPU was the keynote speaker of the closing ceremony. He addressed the students on the topic 'How to Handle Exam Anxiety' and shared different tips to win in difficult and challenging times. Deputy Commissioner Sh. Visesh Sarangal, on this occasion, interacted with the participants of the workshop and gave them all the tips to be successful in their lives. Outcome - If students apply the strategies and techniques learned during the workshop, they may perform better in the competitive exam. By improving their understanding of the exam, study skills, motivation, and test-taking skills, students can increase their chances of success.
Career Counselling & Placement Cell
30-01-2023 1. Dr. Sachin Sidhra, HOD, Department of Soft Skills, LPU, Phagwara
31-01-2023 2. Sh. Arun Joshi, Founder Director, Shri Krishna Institute, Jalandhar 3. Dr. Rakesh Sharma, Associate Professor, NIIT, Jalandhar 01-02-2023 4. Ms. Preeti Sharma, Proprietor, Manali Home 02-02-2023 5. Sh. Jeevandeep Singh, EGSDTO, PCS Allied, Ludhiana 03-02-2023 6. Mr. Gaurav Bali, Personality Architect & Corporate Trainer, LPU, Phagwara
Participative
450
Mehndi Stall on Karwa-chauth 2021-22
23-10-2021
Approved
*Mehndi stall on the occasion of Karwa chauth* On dated 23 October 2021 Mehndi stall on the occasion of Karwa Chauth was organised by the department of Cosmetology in which female staff and students of the college adorned their hands with Mehndi. Motive: The main objective of the stall was to celebrate the occasion of Karwa Chauth by applying Mehndi on hands and also to provide paltform to the students to show thier talent of Mehndi. Outcomes: Staff and students got the opportunity to apply mehndi on their hands on the festival of Karva chauth, Because Applying mehndi on Karwa chauth is considered a ritualistic practice. Some students also got chance to earn money by applying Mehndi. Number of Beneficiaries: All Female staff members and students of HKC
Department of Cosmetology
Participative
449
Seminar on Bridal Make-up 2021-22
22-09-2021
Approved
*Seminar on Bridal Make-up* On dated 22 September 2021 Seminar on Bridal Make-up was organised by department of Cosmetology in which make-up artist Ms. Sunita from Orane Institute Kapurthala demonstrated the students. Motive To spread awareness and scope of the subject and to make the students aware about the basic tips and tricks of Bridal Make-up Outcome: students learned *the basis trics of makeup *Bun with donut *Curls with iron *Smokey eye make-up etc Number of beneficiaries : 20
Department of Cosmetology
Ms. Sunita
Makeup Artist Orane Institute, Kapurthala Contact number 7006206363
Participative
448
Workshop on Bridal Make-up 2020-21
18-01-2021
Approved
*Workshop on Bridal Make-up* On dated 18 January 2021 workshop on Bridal Make-up was organised by the department of Cosmetology in which Make-up artist Ms. Navneet kaur from B-One Institute, Kapurthala demonstrated the students. Motive: To spread awareness and scope of the subject and to make the students aware about the basic tips and tricks of Bridal Make-up Outcome: students learned *The basis trics of makeup *Bun without donut *Curls with iron *Crese cut eye make-up *Dupatta setting etc. Number of beneficiaries: 17
Department of Cosmetology
Ms. Navneet Kaur
Makeup Artist B-One Institute Kapurthala Contact number: 9888999073
Participative
447
Workshop on Measurement and Scaling Techniques in Research
04-04-2023
Approved
Department of Economics under the aegis of Research and Development Cell, Hindu Kanya College Kapurthala organized a Workshop on Measurement and Scaling Techniques in Research on 4th April 2023 to promote and guide the faculty and students for quality research work. Dr. Robin Kaushal, Assistant Professor from Sri Aurobindo College of Commerce and Management, Ludhiana graced the occasion as the Resource Person, who explained the concept of measurement and scaling, four levels of measurement scales for reflecting the views and observations of the target strata of population or while evaluating a survey or research work. The Resource person elaborated on the techniques of designing, types of questions, responses, and various statistical tests applied in research. She also highlighted the reliability and validity of responses to the questionnaire for fruitful and valuable research. The Resource person satisfied the queries asked by the faculty and students at the end. Motive:- To appraise faculty and students about the significance of questionnaire, phases of its designing, measuring and scaling techniques in Research, their validity and reliability of recorded responses. Outcome:- The Faculty and Students were enlightened about the types of questionnaire, responses and their measuring strategies, techniques of scaling and testing while preparing a questionnaire. They also came to know about the reliability and validity of responses. No.of Beneficiaries:-32 Faculty Members and 29 PG students
Department of Economics under the aegis of Research and Development Cell
Dr. Robin Kaushal
Assistant Professor, Sri Aurobindo College of Commerce and Management, Ludhiana Contact- 9872493711
446
Tree plantation on Environment Day
05/06/2020
Approved
Red Ribbon Club organized “TREE PLANTATION DRIVE “ during Covid -19. Volunteers celebrated Environment Day by planting saplings at and around their homes. Motive : To aware the students and general public about the importance of trees in our lives. Outcome: The students were acquainted with the importance of clean and green environment to save lives. No. of beneficiaries-114
Red Ribbon Club
Participative
445
Diwali Mela
30-10-2021
Approved
Department of Home Science and Fashion Designing organized Diwali Mela under Motto "Earn while you Learn". Students made different varieties of diyas, wallhangings, candles, torans and other handicraft items to sell during the Diwali mela. Purpose- To make the students self-reliant and self-sufficient. Outcome- Students earned profit by selling self-made decorative articles and other handicraft items. No. of Participants - 47
Department of Home Science & Fashion Designing
Participative
444
5 Days workshop on Cutting & Stitching of Gent's Garments
12-03-2018 to 16-03-2018
Approved
Department of Fashion Designing Organized 5 days workshop on Cutting & Stitching of Gent's Garments. Outcome- Students learnt various techniques of cutting and stitching of gent's garments. No. of beneficiaries- 17
Department of Fashion Designing
Master Raj Kumar
R.S Jawanda Tailors, Kapurthala Contact no- 9815794480
Problem Solving
443
A Workshop on Healthy Street Food
20-09-2022
Approved
Department of Home Science Organized a workshop on Healthy Street Food in which Anjana Joshi, Director of Hotel Management & Cooking Institute, Jalandhar was the keynote speaker. Purpose- To wean away our students from junk food and instill awareness for healthy and nutritious food. Outcome-Participants learned different ways to add nutrients and supplements to street food to make it healthy and safe. No. of Participants - 40
Department of Home Science
Anjna Joshi
Director of Hotel Management & Cooking Institute, Jalandhar. Contact no-9815699191
Experiential
442
Extension Lecture on Logical Reasoning: Foundation of All Rational Inquiries
17/4/2018
Approved
Motive - Critical skills practice in logical thinking. Report -Extension Lecture on "Logical Reasoning - Foundation of All Rational Enquiries" was organized by Department of Philosophy in Collaboration with Competitive Examination and the Personality Enhancement Cell. The Keynote Speaker was Dr. Kuldip Dhiman, Visiting Professor, Department of Philosophy, Panjab University, Chandigarh. He elaborated on the relevance of logic in all the competitive exams and in layman's life. Outcome :- Students learnt how to enhance their analytical thinking and weigh the options to ensure a favorable outcome. Beneficiaries -79
Department of Philosophy
Dr. Kuldeep Dhiman
Visiting Professor Department of philosophy,Panjab University, Chandigarh . Contact number:-91 98155 51460
Experiential
441
Workshop on ‘Landscape and Water Colour Painting’
28/02/2019
Approved
A Workshop on ‘Landscape and Water Colour Painting’ was organised at Kanjali Wet Land, Kapurthala which 22 students participated and learnt the tips for landscape painting and usage of water colour. No. of Beneficiaries - 22
Department of Fine Arts
Sh. Harish verma and Dr. Sushma Sharma
Retired Professor ,Dr. Sushma Sharma APJ College Jalandhar Contact no. 9815354039 Sh. Harish Verma ,Artist, Jalandhar Contact no.9855555280
Participative
440
Exihibition on World of Colours
16/3/2018
Approved
Department of Fine Arts organized Exhibition on "World of Colours" Sh. Rahul Chaba, ADC, Kapurthala and Prof. (Dr.) Sushma inaugurated the event. Outcome. Students were given exposure to exhibit their paintings and they also earned profit in tune with the college practice 'Earn While You Earn'. No. of beneficiaries- 27
Department of Fine Arts
Experiential
439
An Intra Class Fantasy Make-up Competition
24-03-2023
Approved
*Fantasy Makeup Competition by Cosmetology Department* Department of Cosmetology, Hindu Kanya College Kapurthala arranged an Intra Class Fantasy Make-up Competition on 24th March 2023.Mrs. Ekta Ahuja, Proprietor, 'Sundrata - The Family Salon and Academy' adjudged the event.Students of Cosmetology Department participated in the competition. Motive: The motive of the competition was to enhance and sharpen the make up skills of students and also such type of competitions encourages the students to have healthy competitive spirit and broaden their perspective. Outcomes: * Students came to know about their shortcomings during the competition. * Judge Mrs. Ekta Ahuja also addressed the students and explained that theme, hair style, accessories and body language are the main criteria of Fantasy Make up. * Navjot Kaur, Samriti and Gurpreet Kaur stood first, second and third respectively.
Department of Cosmetology
Judgement by: Mrs. Ekta Ahuja
Proprietor Sundarta The-family Salon and Academy Kapurthala Email: sundartasalon@gmail.com Contact number :9815982288
Participative
438
Poster making Competition
18-03-2023
Approved
Buddy Group of Hindu Kanya College Kapurthala organised a Poster Making competition on Awareness against Drugs on 18th March 2023 to make students aware about the harmful effects of drugs. Students from all streams participated enthusiastically in this event. Ramneek Kaur of B. Com.- 6th Semester, Tripti of M. Com- 4th Semester and Neha, B. A 6th semester stood first, second and third respectively. Dr. Amanjyoti and Mrs. Suvit Das adjudged the posters. Madam Principal, Dr. Archna Garg congratulated the winners and inspired the students to participate in such activities to make drug free and progressive society.
Buddy Group
Participative
437
Brain Olmypics - A Quiz Competition
17-03-2023
Approved
Objective - Students can get a general or in-depth understanding of a subject by taking quizzes. Quizzes are meant to promote enjoyable learning strategies and improve general knowledge. Quiz competitions allow students to "think outside the box" or from other viewpoints. Er. Tanya Goel and Ms. Nivea Sharma conducted the quiz. Team consisting of Ramandeep Kaur, Pragna and Prisha, team of Jaismeen Kaur, Kajal and Pranjal and team of Pawandeep Kaur, Manjot Kaur and Daniya stood first, second and third respectively in the quiz competition.Madam Principal Dr. Archna Garg congratulated the winners and motivated them to participate in such activities to enhance their knowledge and creativity. Outcome - It helps the students to gain a broad or specialized understanding of many subjects like general knowledge, programming in different computer languages, MS-Office etc. No. of Participants- 33
PG Department of Computer Science & IT
Participative
436
Workshop on Baking
13-09-2017
Approved
The Department of Home Science held a one-day workshop on baking. The keynote speaker was Mrs. Anjana Joshi, Director NFCI Hotel Management and Cooking Institute, Jalandhar. Chef Ankush was also present. Purpose- To teach students different techniques of Baking and the importance of plating while serving the dish. Outcome- Students learned how to bake and got hands-on practice with different baking techniques. No. of beneficiaries- 25
Department of Home Science
Mrs. Anjana Joshi, Director NFCI Hotel Management and Cooking Institute, Jalandhar.
Director, NFCI Hotel Management and Cooking Institute, Jalandhar. Contact No-9815699191 info@nfcihospitality.com
Participative
435
WORKSHOP ON INCORPORATION OF COMPANY
17-03-2023
Approved
This workshop enhanced the students' practical knowledge about registering their own company in future. 62 students attended this workshop
PG Department of Commerce & Management
CS CUM COMPLIANCE OFFICER NATISHA CHOUDDHARY
434
FUN FILLED RECREATIONAL TRIP
12-03-2023
Approved
Students were sensitized about the bio-diversity and the colourful variety of animals and birds at the zoo and they had quality time at Elante Mall. enhanced students' knowledge but also provided them with a rejuvenating experience from the stress of their routine life.46 students were accompanied by teachers of the department.
PG Department of Commerce & Management
433
An Extension lecture on Health and Nutrition
16-03-2023
Approved
*Extension Lecture on Health and Nutrition * Department of Cosmetology, Hindu Kanya College, Kapurthala organised an Extension Lecture on "Health and Nutrition" on 16th March 2023. Dietician Mrs. Shagun Garg addressed the students and enlightened them how to maintain sound health with nutritious and balanced diet. She elaborated on five food groups and the sources of carbohydrates, proteins, fats, vitamins, minerals, fibre and water. Motive: To aware the students about the health benefits of nutritious diet and also the importance of five food group in diet. Outcomes: Students came to know about the advantages of nutritious food for skin care, to maintain their weight and have a healthy lifestyle. They also came to know that each food group includes a variety of foods that are similar in nutritional makeup and each group plays a important role in an overall healthy eating pattern. Number of Beneficiaries: 35
Department of Cosmetology
Dt. Shagun Garg
Dietician From: Garg's Diet Clinic Kapurthala Email id: saggarwal08@yahoo.co.in Contact number: 9417731888
Participative
432
Poster Making and Slogan Writing Competitions
16-03-2023
Approved
Motive - Slogan writing and poster making competitions on cyber security can play an important role in raising awareness about the importance of cybersecurity and promoting safe online behavior. Report - Slogan writing and poster making competitions on cyber security can be an effective way to raise awareness about the importance of cyber security and promote safe online behavior. By engaging students in a creative and interactive way, these competitions can help to build a culture of security and encourage individuals to take ownership of their online safety. In Slogan Writing, Jaismeen Kaur, Kulbir Kaur and Kanwaljit Kaur of BCA-II Semester won first, second and third prizes respectively. In Poster Making, Chanchal Verma of UG Diploma in Nanny Care, Muskan of BCA-IV Semester and Gagandeep Kaur of PGDCA won first, second and third prizes respectively. The winners were adjudged by Dr. Ritu Gupta, Dr. Amanjyoti and Dr. Bhupinder Kaur. Outcome - Students are able to understand the importance of cyber security in digital world through various thoughts given by them. No. of Participants - 42
PG Department of Computer Science & IT
Participative
431
Educational Trip
12/03/2023
Approved
Motive- Educational trips are a perfect platform for students to bond, not only with their own peers but also with the teachers and adults who accompany them in a new environment. Such trips help children to open up, socialize and get to know each other better outside the classroom. Report-Department of Social Sciences, Hindu Kanya College, Kapurthala organised an educational trip to Partition Museum and Jalianwala Bagh at Amritsar on 12th March 2023. Students visited different galleries of the museum depicting partition scenarios, pictures of political leaders participated in freedom struggle, newspaper headlines of partition time and collection of goods donated by refugees. Students also saw videos of uprooted families and their experiences and slide shows about Jalianwala Bagh incident. The exhibits were insightful and explained a detailed summary of the incidents of freedom struggle and partition. Ms. Seema Rani, Head, Department of Social Sciences, Dr. Amanjyoti and Ms. Navjot Kaur accompanied the students. Outcome-Going to important historical museums gives students the opportunity to visualise, experience and discuss the topics they study in order to gain greater understanding. Not only will students recall the experience long after the trip, they may start to develop historical empathy, contextualising historical actions and understanding people of the past. This gives them a deeper understanding of people, places and situations which in turn can teach students critical thinking in their own life. Beneficiaries-19 ‍
Social Sciences Department
Mrs.Seema Rani,Dr.Amanjyoti & Ms.Navjot Kaur
430
Educational trip to International Mela at Surajkund, Faridabad
13-02-2023 to 14-02-2023
Approved
An educational trip to International Mela at Surajkund in Faridabad district, Haryana was organized by the Department of Fashion Designing from 13th February 2023 to 14th February 2023. Students got the chance to see the unique diversity of Indian traditions and culture in an ambiance created to represent the ethos of rural India. Purpose- To showcase regional and international crafts and traditions, a rare combination to the students. Outcome-Students got to learn plenty about the works of handicraft artists and weavers. Number of Beneficiaries- 12
Department of Fashion Designing
Experiential
429
Youth 20 Consultation
07/03/2023
Approved
*Youth 20 Consultation* was commemorated to observe the theme "Future of Work: Industry 4.0, Innovation & 21st Century Skills" at Hindu Kanya College, Kapurthala on *7th March 2023* as per the guidelines issued by *GNDU, Amritsar and Department of Youth Affairs, Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports, Government of India.* Creativity enhancing Run-up events based on Slogan Writing, Declamation & Essay Writing Competitions, on themes of "Industry 4.0", "Innovation in Technology and Job Security" and "Global Uncertainty and It's Impact on Job Market" were organised in which 52 students participated from all classes. Their creativity, content clarity and overall presentation in all three events were adjudged by Dr. Ritu Gupta, Head of Department of English, Mrs. Sarika Kanda, Head of Department of Home Science, Dr. Bhupinder Kaur, Head of P. G. Department of Punjabi, Dr. Tajinder Kaur, Assistant Professor from P.G.Department of Hindi, Dr. Rajwinder Kaur, Assistant Professor from P. G. Department of Punjabi and Mrs. Sapna Bhalla from Department of English. Dr. Anupam Sabharwal, Incharge of the Event and Coordinator, IQAC organized the whole event effectively. In Slogan Writing event, Parveen Kaur from M. Sc(FD)- 2nd Semester, Kirandeep Kaur and Khushpreet Kaur,both from BBA-2nd Semester got 2nd and 3rd positions respectively. In the 2nd event of Essay Writing, Kuljit Kaur from M.A. ( Hindi)-4th Semester, Jaismeen Kaur from BCA- 2nd Semester and Gurleen Kaur from B.Com.-6th Semester got 1st, 2nd and 3rd positions respectively. In the third event, Declamation, Sukhmanjot from B.A.-6th Semester, Pragna from B.C. A- 4th Semester and Anjali from B.A. -6th Semester got 1st, 2nd and 3rd positions respectively. These events were arranged by teacher incharges, Dr. Tajinder, Mrs. Reena Salota, Ms. Mandeep Kaur, Mrs. Navjot Kaur, Ms. Harkirat Kaur and Ms. Harleen Kaur effectively. Dr.Archna Garg, Principal of the college applauded the initiatives taken by the Coordinator and event incharges to bring out the hidden potential of young learners.
Hindu Kanya College
428
Saadi Boli Saada Maan
28-02-2023
Approved
International Mother Language Day was commemorated in collaboration with the Department of Languages, District Language Office, Kapurthala to celebrate richness of Punjabi Language and instill love and pride for Punjabi Language among students. The famous literary figure Padma Shri Dr. Surjit Patar was the Chief Guest. SDM, Kapurthala, Sh. Lal Vishwas, President, College Managing Committee, Sh. Tilak Raj Aggarwal, Sh. Haribudh Singh Bawa, Sh. Sudarshan Sharma, eminent Punjabi poet Dr. Lakhwinder Johal, S. Surinder Singh Sunnar, Prof. Kulwant Singh Aujla and Mrs. Promila Arora graced the event as erudite special guests. Mrs. Jaspreet Kaur, District Language Officer, Kapurthala extended warm greetings to the guests. The enchanting presentation of the State Award winning 'Lullaby' written by Dr. Jasdeep Kaur from Punjabi Department and soulful performances from the Music Department enthralled the audience. Later on, eminent Punjabi Poet, Dr. Lakhwinder Johal and Former Dean, GNDU Amritsar, Dr. Baljeet Kaur highlighted the importance of using Punjabi Language to assure its survival. Chief Guest Dr. Surjit Patar eloquently expressed his love for the Mother Tongue as it helps us to remain rooted in our tradition and rich cuture. Motive : To encourage students to develop deep respect and sincere concern for their mother tongue, i.e. the Punjabi language and to provide them an exposure to learn from the life experiences and ideals of the renowned literary figures like great Punjabi poet , Padma Shri Dr. Surjit Patar, eminent Punjabi Poet, Dr. Lakhwinder Johal and Former Dean, GNDU Amritsar, Dr. Baljeet Kaur. Outcome : Students were enlightened about the significance of their Mother tongue i.e. Punjabi language, its rich heritage and unequalled literature of great repute. Students were benefitted from the inspirational talks of the eminent guests and their vast area of knowledge. No. of Beneficiaries : 370
Bhasha Manch in Collaboration with District Language Office Kapurthala
Padma Shri Dr. Surjit Patar, Dr. Lakhwinder Johal, Dr. Baljeet Kaur & Surinder Singh Sunnar
Padma Shri Dr. Surjit Patar; Contact No. - 9814504272; Dr. Lakhwinder Johal (Eminent Punjabi Poet); Dr. Baljeet Kaur (Former Dean, GNDU Campus, Jalandhar) & Surinder Singh Sunnar ( Renowned Diasporic Punjabi Poet)
Experiential
427
Extension lecture
23/02/2023
Approved
*Extension Lecture on 'Say No to Plastic' by 'Nature Eco Club' at Hindu Kanya College Kapurthala* Motive-Saying no to plastic means saving up tons of plastic waste discharged into the ocean, reducing the risk of marine animals ending up dead because of the plastic waste ingestion, and encouraging the use of environmental friendly material. Report-On 24th February 2023, Nature Eco Club of Hindu Kanya College, Kapurthala organised an Extension Lecture on the topic *Say No to Plastic* to make the students aware of hazardous effects of using plastic. Puneet Puri, Dean Academics and Head of Zoology Department, DAV College, Jalandhar was the keynote speaker. Addressing the students, he informed them about the harmful effects of the plastic on health as well as on the environment. He explained that plastic is injurious to health as it causes many diseases including cancer and breathing related severe issues and also harm the wildlife. He advised to use the metal utensils instead of the plastic ones. He elaborated the topic through case studies and Power Point Presentation. Convener of the Nature Eco Club, Mrs. Seema Thakur thanked the learned speaker for sharing his valuable views. Dr. Anupam Sabharwal, IQAC Coordinator and others presented a memento to the Resource Person. The Officiating Principal, Mrs. Jaswant Kaur appreciated this initiative of Nature Eco Club as the discourse on such relevant issues is the need of the hour. Mrs. Renu Soni, from Public Administration department and member of the club hosted the whole event with efficacy. Outcome:- Plastic is destroying nature due to its harmful effect. Plastic bags have become the main cause of land pollution today. The plastic bags entering into the water bodies are a major cause of water pollution. Hence we can conclude that these are deteriorating our environment in every possible way. Beneficiaries:- 64
Nature Eco Club
Prof. Puneet Puri
Dean Academics and Head of Zoology Department of DAV College, Jalandhar Contact no: 9814367271
426
Martyrs Day of Shaheed Bhagat Singh
23/03/2022
Approved
NCC unit of Hindu Kanya College Kapurthala paid tributes to brave revolutionary freedom fighters Bhagat Singh, Rajguru and Sukhdev on their martyrdom day . NCC volunteers visted Shahid Bhagat Singh Chowk and offered their homage and rememberd their selfless sacrifice . Motive : To aware the cadets about the selfless sacrifice of our freedom fighter Shahid Bhagat Singh. Outcome : With the help of this activity cadets learnt about their passion to die for the motherland will always inspire millions and ignite the spark of patriotism among Indians. The nation is always indebted to their supreme sacrifice. No of beneficiaries: 45
NCC Unit
Experiential
425
Inter State Tour "Jalandhar to Odisha"
25-01-2023 to 03-02-2023
Approved
*Students of Hindu Kanya College, Kapurthala enjoyed Odisha Trip* An educational excursion was arranged by Nehru Yuva Kendra, Kapurthala in which three students of NSS unit of Hindu Kanya College, Kapurthala went to Odisha from 25th January to 3rd February 2023. It was a ten-day tour which covered some famous spots of Odisha including Bhuvneshwar, Puri and Konark . Students spent their first two days at KIIT, University, Bhuvneshwar and next two days at Gurudwara Sahib Shri Aarta Sahib, Puri. The tour began by visiting KIIS, a tribal school where more than 3 lakh students from tribal community take education as well as get the training under the programme "Earn While You Learn". Organisations like UNESCO support their idea of making young individuals the great citizens of India. The students also visited the religious places like Lingaraj Temple and Jagannath Temple that filled the students with the divine energy. Students were overwhelmed by the hospitality of Odiya people, their rich art and diverse culture. The Swargdwar Beach has its roots related to Sikh religion, where Guru Nanak Dev Ji arrived with his disciple Mardana. Motive: To encourage the volunteers to gain knowledge about the archaeological , historic and cultural importance of Odisha Outcome: Students also came to know about the archaeological importance of Bhuvneshwar. They visited the caves which are on two hills i.e. Udaygiri and Khandagiri built during the first century BC. Moreover, the sight of Konark Sun Temple mesmerized the students with its scenic beauty and architecture. They also visited the 'Peace Pagada’ the Shanti Stupa of Dhauligiri. The whole excursion turned out to be an educational fiesta and enjoyment trip to the students. No of Beneficiaries: 03
NSS Unit
Experiential
424
Cyber Awareness Day
16-02-2023
Approved
Motive - The objective of a seminar on cyber awareness is to educate individuals on the importance of cybersecurity and promote safe online behavior. Report - During this seminar Resource Person Hardeep Kaur, Assistant Prof. Department of Computer Science enlightened the students regarding cyber crimes. She explained to the students how the fraudsters commit cyber crimes and elaborated various types of the cyber crimes like Email and internet fraud, identity fraud, card cloning, sim swap, cyber extortion , ransomeware attack and website defacement. She also suggested students how to take precautions to escape from cyber crimes like authentication techniques and password security. She advised to file a complaint on the online portal in case of cyber frauds and crimes. Er. Tanya Goel also cautioned students about the types of WhatsApp messages received from fraudsters to gain access of their devices. Outcome - By providing practical tips and advice for staying safe online, a seminar on cyber awareness helped the attendees to adopt better cybersecurity practices and habits. No.of Beneficieries: 59
PG Department of Computer Science & IT
Ms. Hardeep Kaur
Assistant Prof., Department of CS &IT, Hindu Kanya College, Kapurthala hardeep9125@gmail.com
Experiential
423
College Fete 'vidyarthi utsav'
12/02/2023
Approved
*Student Fest: 2023 organized with fun and frolic at Hindu Kanya College Kapurthala* SDM Shri Lal Vishwas Bains inaugurated the Students Fest organised on 12th February 2023, where students had a gala time and they enjoyed with full gusto and enthusiasm. The chief guest encouraged students to enjoy such fun filled events alongwith achieving excellence in studies. President, Sri Tilak Raj Aggarwal, Manager, Shri Ashwani Aggarwal ,Shri Sudarshan Sharma and Sh. M. R. Kalia graced the function with their benign presence.The main attractions of the day were Designer’s Exhibition, Exhibition on Punjabi Culture, Jhoola, Stalls of scrumptious Eatables and entertaining Games. Mrs. Pooja Ghai and Mrs. Vanita Garg selected the best designers.Judges also selected the Best organized stall and the stalls with the maximum profits. Famous singer Sh. Kulbir Singh and Actor-cum- Comedian Harbi Sangha enthralled the audience with their foot-tapping songs and heart warming standup performance. College Principal, Dr. Archna Garg expressed her gratitude to the Chief Guest and the judges of various events and encouraged the students to participate in these events to inculcate managerial and entrepreneurial skills.
Hindu Kanya College
422
HKCian Day
11/02/2023
Approved
On 11th February 2023, HKCian Day was celebrated in which competitions like Salad Making, Snack Making, Sweet dish, Hobby Display, Nail Art, Hair Style, Mehandi, Art and Craft and Gift packing were organized. Mrs. Anu Aggarwal, Mrs. Nidhi Chopra and Mrs. Deepika Aggarwal adjudged these competitions. 250 students participated in these competitions.
Hindu Kanya College
421
Annual Sports Meet (2023)
10/02/2023
Approved
Kirandeep Kaur of B. A 6th semester became Best Athlete of the college by winning 6 Gold, 3 Silver and one Bronze during Annual Sports Day celebrated at Hindu Kanya College, Kapurthala on 10th February 2023. Prof.(Dr. ) Suman Sharma, First woman Arjuna Awardee (Basketball) and (Retd.) Professor, Physical Education, Govt. College, Amritsar was the chief guest of this occasion. Sh. Tilak Raj Aggarwal, President College Management Committee presided over the function. Sh. Satish Sharma, Deputy Director (Sports) Retd. and Member, College Vision and Advisory Committee welcomed the chief guest and motivated students to participate in sports for their physical well-being and overall development. The sports events of students started with 100m Race. Students enthralled the audience by some more races like Sack Race, 200m Race, Chatti Race and Frog Race. Impressive performance of Group Folk Song by students mesmerized the audience. Students displayed their vigour and athletic talents through other events like Obstacle Race, 4*100m Relay Race, Three Legged Race, Skipping and Marble Race. The teachers also got an opportunity to prove their physical fitness by participating in Tug of War. The audience next witnessed the Management and Teaching Staff participating in Shotput and proved that age is no bar for winning on the tracks. Menial staff participated in the Marble Race with full enthusiasm. Chief guest congratulated the winners and applauded the efforts of the Physical Education Department for organising the event successfully and advised the students to imbibe discipline, dedication and determination to achieve success in every walk of life. In the end, winners were awarded with medals. Principal Dr. Archna Garg presented her vote of thanks and in her address to the students laid stress on the need to participate in sports events as these activities enhance the physical and mental development of the students. Sh. Ashwani Aggarwal, Manager, Sh. Sudarshan Sharma, Treasurer, Mrs. Anita Gupta, Member, College Management Committee, Sh. Haribudh Singh Bawa and Sh. Preet Kohli, Assistant Director, Youth Services Department, Kapurthala were also present on the occasion. Ms. Jaswant Kaur, Head, Department of Physical Education and Dr. Jasdeep Kaur, Assistant professor, Punjabi hosted the whole event. Outcome- The events were held to make students aware about the importance of becoming active and physically fit by involving in physical activities. No. of Beneficiaries- 443
Department of Physical Education
Dr. Suman Sharma
Retd.Professor in Physical Education Email ID- Suman2520@yahoo.co.in Contact no-9872039797
420
Hawan yajna on Makar sankranti
14/01/19
Approved
Makar Samkranti and Lohri was celebrated in the college campus. Sh. Manoj Chopra and Smt. Nidhi Chopra was the chief guest.
Hindu Kanya College
419
Path Shri ramcharitmanas
09/08/18
Approved
Two day Ram charit Manas path was performed to mark the commencement of the new session and seek the blessings of the Almighty for the healthy growth of the institution. Principal Dr.Archna Garg Welcomed the worthy guest Dr. J. L. Gupta, ex. VC, GGD University, Bilaspur. Students who got placed in university merit lists and toppers of all classes were honored by the worthy chief guest as an encouragement to other students. Dr. J. L. Gupta motivated the students to be able to face the challenges of life and always keep on trying to learn new things to be successful in life. He said that we should be good human beings before anything else.
Hindu Kanya College
418
Hawan yazna on makar sankranti
14/01/2020
Approved
Lohri and Makkar Sankranti was celebrated with enthusiasm and fervor in the campus today. Havan was solemnized in which Mr. Ankit Aggarwal and Mrs. Muskan Aggarwal acted as Yajmaan. President Sh. Tilak Raj Aggawal, Manager Sh. Ashwani Aggarwal, Sh. Haribudh Singh Baba, Principal Dr. Archna Garg and all faculty members participated in the fun-filled celebrations. Later, students and faculty members danced on the tunes of foot-tapping songs. Mrs Suvit Dass, Er. Inderjeet Bal and Mrs. Supriya Sharma gave talks on the relevance of Lohri, teachings of Vivekananda and importance of Makar Sankranti, respectively. Mrs. Inderjeet Kaur and Mrs. Jasdeep Kaur coordinated the whole proceedings.
Hindu Kanya College
417
Akhand path Shri Ramcharitmanas
03/08/2019
Approved
Academic Session 2019-2020 formally started today after samapan of path of Sri Ram Charit Manas. Mr. Mohinder Kumar, IAS (Retired) was the chief guest and Mr. & Mrs. Mayank Jain from Railtech, Kapurthala performed rituals as Yajmaan. Meritorious students were awarded cash prize. Students of college presented cultural items too based upon the preaching of Sri Ram Charit Manas .
Hindu Kanya College
416
Induction programme
24 july to 26 july 2019
Approved
Three day induction program for fresher students started today at Hindu Kanya College. On day 1, students were apprised about college culture, rules and regulations, importance of soft skills, career prospects of Philosophy, Economics, Music, English, Sociology and Commerce subjects, role and importance of NCC. Besides this state awardee and incharge of education cell of Kapurthala police ASI Gurbachan Singh appealed students to follow traffic rules and stay conscious from different types of social vices. Dr. Archna Garg, principal, welcomed the students.
Hindu Kanya College
415
Induction programme
09/09/2021
Approved
2-day Induction programme started today on 09 sep 2021 to welcome freshers and familiarise them with college functioning, activities and support system.
Hindu Kanya College
414
Hawan yazna
28/09/2021
Approved
हिन्दू कन्या कॉलेज कपूरथला में आज दिनांक 28-09-21 को कॉलेज प्रबंधक समिति के प्रेजिडेंट श्री तिलकराज अग्रवाल जी और कॉलेज प्राचार्या डॉ. अर्चना गर्ग जी के कुशल निर्देशन में नए सत्र के शुभारंभ के अवसर पर पावन हवन यज्ञ का आयोजन किया गया । नए शैक्षिक सत्र के शुभारंभ और विद्यार्थियों के कल्याण के लिए उनको आशीर्वाद देने के उद्देश्य से करवाए गए इस आयोजन में श्री शिवम गोयल और उनकी पत्नी श्रीमती सोफिया गोयल यजमान के रूप में उपस्थित हुए । हवन यज्ञ का आरंभ पवित्र मंत्रोच्चारण के द्वारा किया गया । इस अवसर पर कॉलेज प्रबंधक समिति के माननीय सदस्य श्री सुदर्शन शर्मा जी, डायरेक्टर डॉ. सतीश कपूर जी और श्रीमती जसवंत कौर, डॉ. कुलविन्दर कौर सहित कॉलेज के प्राध्यापक वर्ग और विद्यार्थी शामिल हुए । संगीत विभाग से विभागाध्यक्ष श्रीमती परमजीत कौर और उनकी टीम ने इस अवसर पर श्री हनुमान चालीसा और भजन प्रस्तुति के द्वारा वातावरण को और भी सुखद, पवित्र और आनंददायक बनाया ।
Hindu Kanya College
413
Havan Yazna solemnised to celebrate Makar Sankranti.
14/01/2022
Approved
A Havan Yazna was solemnised to celebrate Makar Sankranti. Sh. Dikshant Aggarwal and Smt. Ayushi Aggarwal son and Daughter- in – law of a renowned industrialist Sh. Rohit Aggarwal were the yajmans of this auspicious occasion.
Hindu Kanya College
412
Path ShriRamcharitmanas
31 July 2017 - 01 August 2017
Approved
On 31st July and 1st 2017, Path of Shri Ram Charit Manas was solemnized. Shri Ashwani Aggarwal, Manager, College Managing Committee and Smt.Anu Aggarwal were the Yajmans at the opening ceremony of the Path. On 1st August 2017, closing ceremony of the Ramayan Path was solemnized. Shri Laxmi Shankaer Vajpeyi, Ex-Director, All India Radio, New Delhi was the Chief Guest of the occasion. He motivated the students to identify their talents and then try to achieve excellence in that field. He also stressed upon the need to do something for society and recited few of his poems for encouraging students.
Hindu Kanya College
411
Workshop on Nail Extension
31-01-2023
Approved
*Workshop on 'Nail Extension' On 31st January 2023, workshop on 'Nail Extension' was organized by the Department of Cosmetology at Hindu Kanya College, Kapurthala . Ms. Ekta Ahuja, Properiter, Sundrata- The Family Salon & Academy, Kapurthala gave a live demonstration to students about Acrylic Permanent Nail Extensions and various techniques of nail beautification and nail art. Along with this, she also told about the after care of nail art so that the nail extension lasts for a long time. She explained in detail about different shapes of nails and also gave live demo of making some professional nail shapes. She answered the queries of the students in the satisfactory manner. Motive: To enhance the knowledge and interest of students by giving them information about advance nail extensions. Outcomes: Students came to know about the latest technique of Nail extensions, products ,different shapes of nails and some professional nail shapes. Number of Beneficiaries:20
Department of Cosmetology