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post graduate government college - Chandigarh

Department of Physical Education

"Teacher Education and Learning"

Government College for Girls

Sector 42, Chandigarh

Post Graduate Government College

Sector 11, Chandigarh

DEPARTMENT OF HIGHER EDUCATION

Chandigarh Administration

HANDBOOK OF INFORMATION &

PROSPECTUS 2009-10


Post Graduate Govt. College-11

Values

Mission

Respect for the community

Advocacy for gender just society

Passion for excellence

High ethical standard

Research as a way of life

Our mission is to help the available human resource to excel in Physical Education and

Sports by creating an environment which imbibes Ethics of Sportsmanship.

We aim to develop professional competencies, through physical, cognitive, pedagogical,

emotional, spiritual, tactical and technical skills, research and development for the benefits

of our students, faculty and other stake holders in the Department of Physical Education –

“Teachers Education and Learning”.

Welcome

Dear Students,

We are pleased to know that you are considering to join us. The Teacher

Education and Learning programme in Physical Education is an

interdisciplinary field which helps in the holistic development of

individuals. It also provides opportunities to excel in different fields, for

those who are ready to accept challenges. From the moment you join

us you become an integral part of the department and learn to value time

and energy.

Every individual has a certain potential and a definite career goal. We

create success stories by tapping the individual strength, overcoming

his weaknesses, arming him with outstanding skills and placing him in

the world of opportunity.

In today's competitive world, success comes to young professional with

practical competencies and professional dynamism. At P.G.G.C.-11 the

thrust is to provide you with world class infrastructure and equipment

supported by practical training along with all round personality

development.

Continuous monitoring of academics prepares you to meet future

challenges. Small classes and the ability to meet each individual's

specific needs prepares you for a successful career ahead. The faculty

is a team of professional sculptors who shape your future by

inculcating higher values. They possess exceptional competence and

groom you as quality teachers. We appreciate your willingness to take

the challenge. We are dedicated to make you not only a conscientious

teacher but also a good human being who would work with the future

generation for a gender just and harmonious society.

We welcome you to the family.

Dr. A. L. Gauba

Dr. Nindru Bal

Principal

Principal

PGGC-11, Chandigarh

GCG - 42, Chandigarh

When You

Achieve

We Succeed


Govt. College for Girls -42

Goals

Ensure a respectful, tolerant and dynamic college environment.

Provide a comprehensive physical education programme where

appreciation, participation and skill development is accomplished.

Encourage leadership and personal development opportunities

where students see themselves as 'complete individuals' in body,

mind and spirit.

Promote community spirit, civic responsibility, in the studentteachers.

Offer special out reach programmes to curb social evils for building a

harmonious society.

Implement a system of discipline that develops positive attitude and

a sense of responsibility.

Establish an effective system of communication among peers,

younger and older college students, college staff and family

members.

Give students a wide range of field experiences and outdoor

education.

Allow students to contribute to their personal development,

academic and professional enrichment.

Ensure for all students of B.P.Ed./ M.P.Ed. a happy and healthy fun

filled educational training.

Teach students to take ownership of their learning.

Contents

Post Graduate Government College

Sector 11, Chandigarh

About College & Department of Physical Education 4

Admission Schedule 5

Instructional Facilities 6

Co-curricular activities 7

College Hostel

8

Rules & Regulations for Admission, Examinations & Award

of Degree for B.P.Ed. 4 Year Inovative/Integrated course 8-10

Scheme of study for B.P.Ed 11-14

Rules & Regulation for Admission for M.P.Ed. Course 15

Scheme of study for M.P.Ed 16-18

Uniforms for B.P.Ed. & M.P.Ed. Students 19

Whom to contact 19

Our Achievers 20-21

Vibrations of 2009-10 21

Fee structure 41

Government College For Girls

Sector 42, Chandigarh

Admission Schedule 23

About college & Department of Physical Education 23

Important Information 24

Regulation & Rules for Admission for B.P.Ed. 1 year course 24-25

Scheme of study 25

Uniform/ Dress Code 27

Other policies 27

College hostel 28

Our Achievers 30-31

Fee structure 41

Common Information& Guidelines

Common Guidelines For Admission Specimen of affidavit for gap year Ban on Ragging

Instructions to fill up the Admission form Specimen of affidavit for single girl child Prospectus on Internet

Reservation policy Specimen application form for Admission Form

Rules pertaining to Academics

concession/scholarships

State wise Fake Universities

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Career Prospectus

All-in-one-Career

TEACHER

ECONOMIC

OF SPORTS

Sports

Trainer

Sports

Coaching

Sports

Industry

Sports

Tourism

Event

Management

School College University

Sports

Marketing

Travel

Package

Sports

Consultancy

Adapted

Physical

Education

Sports

Medicine

Sports

Physiotherapy

Yoga

&

Meditation

Sports

Journalism

SPA. GYM

&

Fitness


POST GRADUATE GOVERNMENT COLLEGE

Sector 11, Chandigarh

www.gc11.com

Course offered:

B.P.Ed.

M.P.Ed.

Bachelor of Physical Education- Four Year Innovative/ Integrated Teachers Education Programme recognized by NCTE

Master of Physical Education-Two Year Course - Subject to the approval of NCTE


Post Graduate Govt. College-11

About College

The heritage College of “City Beautiful” true to its cardinal dictum

“Higher and Still Higher”, has blossomed into an Interdisciplinary

Institution.

The college has well-equipped science laboratories, sprawling play-

grounds and three hostels with modern amenities.

The genesis of this esteemed institution can be traced back to 26th May,

1953, when it began functioning from the present Mount View Hotel in

Sector-10 and later shifted to the current Govt.Model Higher Secondary

School in Sector-23. Finally, it moved to its present location on 13th

October, 1960, to a sprawling green campus designed by the famous

French Architect P. Jeanneret. On April 2, 2009, the College took a giant

forward as it was renamed to Post Graduate Government College. In

the last five and a half decades, the college has nurtured in its fold

academics and sports and has hosted many cultural, academics,

sports, and other co-curricular activities. With its unique reputation of

being a heritage college of the city, it houses the rarest of trees and an

impressive Botanical Garden.

Keeping in mind society's expectations from an educational institution,

the college has expanded both vertically and horizontally.

Presently the college runs courses for Bachelors in Arts, Science, Bio-

Technology, Commerce, Business Administration, Computer

Applications, and Information Technology and Honours courses in nine

subjects and Masters in English, Punjabi, Chemistry, History and

Information Technology. Taking care of the varied intellectual and

professional needs of students, three add-on courses viz. Journalism,

Video Reporting and Video Editing have been introduced in the

Department of English.

To run the conventional and professional courses the Library has been

continuously upgrading itself. Books, journals, magazines, software

even Braille software for blind students are regularly updated.

The college imparts broad-based education and a huge cross-section

of our students occupy coveted positions in the fields of education,

medicine, administrative services, engineering, industry and

community services.

Department of Physical Education

The Department of Physical Education in PGGC-11 is as old as the

college. To begin with it was known as the Sports Department. In 1980,

the UGC introduced an elective as well as an optional subject of

Physical Education in the college. This move of the UGC gave impetus

to the subject and soon it became very popular among the students.

This college was the first to introduce the subject of Physical

Education (elective) in the Sports Department of the college.

Consequently, the name of the department was changed to

Department of Physical Education and Sports. In all these years the

Department has produced many national and intervarsity players. In

2004 B.P.Ed.-Four Year Innovative/Integrated Course after +2 was

introduced, duly recognized by NCTE in June, 2008. The first batch

passed out in that very year and Mr. Manoj Singh brought laurels to the

Department by getting a Gold Medal in the Annual examination

conducted by Punjab University. The Education Department of the

Chandigarh Administration has granted permission to start the

M.P.Ed. course both for boys and girls from the session 2009-10.

The Department has three most important organs of an autonomous

nature – Sports, Physical Education Elective and Teachers Education

and Learning Programme.

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Admission Schedule

B.P.Ed. – First Year

No. of Seats available ................................................................................................................................... 50 (Boys & Girls)

Reservation for U.T. / General Pools .............................................................................................................. 60:40

Age Limit ...................................................................................................................................................... 16 to 24 years

Last Date of Submission of Application ......................................................................................................... 18.07.2009

Date & Time of Admission Test (Physical Fitness Test–Cooper's 12 & 9 Min run-and-walk) ........................... 22.07.2009 (9.00 AM)

B.P.Ed. ( Second Year) ................................................................................................................................ 16.07.2009

B.P.Ed. (Third Year) ..................................................................................................................................... 17.07.2009

B.P.Ed. ( Fourth Year) .................................................................................................................................. 18.07.2009

M.P.Ed. – First Year

No. of Seats available .................................................................................................................................. 30 (Boys & Girls)

Reservation for U.T. / General Pools ............................................................................................................ 60:40

Last Date of Submission of Application ......................................................................................................... 18.07.2009

Date & Time of Entrance Test (Objective Type Test) ...................................................................................... 27.07.2009 (9.00 AM)

Date & Time of Fitness Test (AAHPER's Motor Fitness Test) ......................................................................... 28.07.2009 (9.00 AM)

Regular Class will Commence on ................................................................................................................. 03.08.2009

Important Instructions

1. Candidate who passes the qualifying examination and physical 4. Sports participation graded by the State Sports Department for

fitness test with 45% marks in each shall be eligible to take

admission.

the candidate seeking admission under the sports category.

5. Medical certificate declaring the candidate fit for appearing in

2. The following original documents shall be checked at the time of the Physical Fitness Test.

admission.

6. Individual call letter shall not be sent for the admission

• Date of birth certificate schedule.

• Mark sheet of the qualifying examination 7. The candidate cleared for admission shall be required to

• ST/SC/OBC or any other certificate under the reserved deposit the fee within 24 hours after the display of the meritcategory

as per the policy of • Chandigarh Administration.

cum-selection list. Failing which the seat will be given to the

• Character certificate from the institution last attended. next candidate in the merit/waiting list.

3. All the documents submitted with the admission form should be 8. For gap year and single girl child, a student is to furnish an

self-attested.

affidavit as per specimen attached in the prospectus.

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Objectives

Our College and the Department of Physical Education (Teachers

Education and Learning Programme) in particular strive

relentlessly to realize the following objectives of the course:

To produce professional teachers in physical education for

secondary and senior secondary schools.

To lay down sound foundations for higher and advanced

studies in India and abroad.

To prepare students for self-employment in the field of health,

fitness and gym management, personal trainers, sports

journalism, yoga and meditation and sports physiotherapy and

rehabilitation.

To prepare students for advance professional coaching

diplomas in various disciplines like athletics, gymnastics,

hockey, football, sports management, sports journalism etc.

To enable students to get admission in foreign universities

without losing a year on account of bridge courses.

To encourage mass participation in physical education

programmes.

To produce outstanding sportspersons and athletes.

Optimum utilization of instruction and infrastructural facilities..

Salient Features of The B.P.Ed.

- 4 Year & M.P.Ed.- 2 Year Course

(Innovative, Integrated, Basic, Global & Job Oriented)

Prepares specialists in Games and Sports of the choice of the

students and compulsory specialization in Athletics.

Prepares sound background for joining Higher Teaching,

Training and Coaching Institutions.

Provides sound technical knowledge to become qualified

umpires/ referees/ managers/ technical delegates.

Produces elite players.

Builds a sound foundation for Sports Journalism and Sports

Physiotherapy.

Generate employment and self-employment opportunities in

the field of Health, Fitness, Aerobics and Gym Management.

Prepares personal trainers.

Prepares managers and administrators in Physical

Education & Sports.

Provides expertise in Sports Marketing.

Provides training for becoming Life Guards/Life Savers for

water sports.

Provides training in the field of Yoga, Meditation and

Relaxation Techniques.

Instructional Facilities

Computer Labs: Two Computer Labs with Internet Facility.

Psychology Lab: Fully Loaded with Tests: Personality Test,

Intelligence Test, Aptitude Test, Attitude Test, Memory Drum,

Compact Indicating Caliper, Flicker Fushion Apparatus, Howard

dolman Apparatus, Reaction Time Apparatus Visual and

Auditory, Reaction Time Apparatus Foot, Sliding Caliper

(Shoulder Breadth) Muller Layer illusion, Muller Illusion Box, etc.

Anatomy & Physiology and Exercise Physiology Lab: Charts

and Models of various systems of the body and vital organs, PC

based Spiro-meter, Grip Dynamometer, Skin fold Caliper,

Metronome, Leg and Back Dynamometer, Lengton Type

Goniometer, Stadiometer, Skeleton, Sphygmomanometer,

Stethoscope, Anthropometry Kit, etc.

Teaching Technology Lab: Multimedia Projector(2No),

Screen, Laptop, Multifunctional Printer, Handy Cam, Digital still

Camera, voice Recorder, Color Television with VCD and DVD

Player, PA System etc.

Physiotherapy & Rehabilitation Lab: Short Wave Diathermy,

Ultrasonic Therapy, Wax Bath, IFT and Tense, CPM,

Shoulder Exercise with Wrist , Infra-red Lamp, Lumber Traction

Unit, Traction Bed, Contrast Bath, iPamper Manual

Massager, etc.

Fitness /Training Lab: Cross Trainer, Electronic Tread Mill,

Vibratory, Smith Machine, Bench Press, Incline and Decline

Hammer, Hack Squat with Leg Press, Massager Roller, Rowing

Hydraulic Machine, High Lat, Leg Curl/Extension, A.B. Board,

Curling Arm, Professional Weighing Machine.

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Infrastructural Facilities

Cinder Track (400 mts)

Football Field

Hockey Field

Basketball Court

Volleyball Court

Badminton Court

Swimming pool

Netball Court

Handball Court

Kho-Kho

Kabaddi

Ball badminton

Boxing Ring

Softball Ground

Table-Tennis Table

Fitness Centre

Multi-Gym

Co-curricular Activities

The college promotes cultural and literary

activities for the students by providing

them an opportunity to participate in

dramatics, music, debates, quiz

competitions etc. The students are also

involved extensively in activities like

NCC, NSS, Camping andA Adventure

programmes to develop leadership

N.C.C.

Facility for participation in the national cadet

corps (Army Wing, Naval Wing and Air Wing) is

available for the students. Students are

prepared for 'B' and 'C' Certificate examination

so that they may avail themselves of reserved

seats in the I.M.A meant for N.C.C. 'C'

certificate holders. It has all the 3 units (only for

boys).

N.S.S.

National service scheme with the motto

'Not me but you' aims at personality

devolvement through community

participation. It is meant to inculcate a

spirit of co-operation and social work

among the students. The colleges hold

various camp in the suburb areas of

Chandigarh where student interact with

the village folk and the colony residents

to impart adult education, environment

and AIDS awareness and also to create

awareness against social evils. NSS,

both for boy and girl students, exists in the

college. A special unit of NSS is to be

introduced for B.P.Ed. and M.P.Ed.

students with w.e.f. 2009-10.

Library Learning

Resources

Dissertation Abstracts

International Journals

Books on Physical Education and

Allied Sciences including Games

and Sports: 10,000 Nos.

Naval Wing

Army Wing

Air Wing

Dr. H. S. Dhanoa,

Incharge

Dr. Paramjit Singh

Incharge

Mr. Manoj Kumar

Incharge

Dr. Vinod Vijay

Convener-cum-Programme Officer

Dr. Gopal Sahu

Programme Officer

Dr. Dev Raj Jat

Programmer Officer

Dr. (Ms) Asha Kiran

Programmer Officer


Post Graduate Govt. College-11

College Hostel

There are three hostels in the college. These hostels are modern in

concept and design, having the latest amenities. Mostly with cubicles,

these hostels have common room and amenities like T.Vs and

newspapers, ceiling fans, geysers, water-coolers, public telephones,

indoor and out door games, canteens and mess. Each hostel has a

teacher warden and supporting staff.

A candidate should apply for hostel seat along with Admission form of the

college on the prescribed from.

Old residents should apply afresh for admission. Their merit and their

conduct in the hostel in the previous session will be taken in to

consideration. For old residents of the hostel, it is notified that the

admission to the hostel is not a matter of right.

Student seeking admission to the hostels are expected to read all the rules

and regulations printed on the back of the hostel admission form. Also

binding on them shall be the rules and regulations notified from time to

time. A resident student can be asked to vacant the hostel in case of

misconduct. Admission to the hostel will be as per rules: and regulations.

Special care is taken of the general well-being of the resident students.

Every resident student must strictly abide by the Hostel Rules.

Note:

I. Parents must accompany a student who seeks admission to the

hostel for the first time.

II.

Details of the hostel rules are mentioned in the Hostel Admission form

of the college.

Hostel Rules

1. For hostel admission application on the prescribed from (available in

the hostel) is to be made in the student's handwriting and will be dealt

with by the hostel warden.

2. Allotment of room in the hostel will be made strictly according to the

rule framed by the college.

3. A hostel resident is required to attend 50% of lectures delivered per

month failing which he/she will have to vacate his / her hostel room.

4. Possession and consuming of liquor and other intoxicants in the

hostel shall entail expulsion from the hostel.

5. All the residents are required to take their meals in the hostel mess.

Minimum charges of 40 meals per month will be charged from each

resident.

6. No resident will pass on the key of his /her room to another resident or

to an outsider.

7. Internal locks/ latch locks are not permitted to be installed in the hostel

rooms.

8. If a resident absents himself / herself from classes in the college for

seven days continuously without prior permission then he/she will be

asked to vacate the hostel seat.

9. A resident whose name has been struck off from the college rolls for

any reason will have to vacate the hostel seat.

Hostel seat is allotted only for one academic year.

Rules & Regulations for Admission,

Examination & Award of Degree

for B.P. Ed. – Four Year Innovative/

Integrated Teacher Programme

1. Nomenclature of the Course

Bachelor of Physical Education: A Four Year Integrated/ Innovative

Programme.

2. Duration of the Course

The duration of the course for the Bachelor's Degree in Physical

Education shall be four years.

3. Intake of Students

50 eligible boys and girls students shall be taken.

4. Eligibility Conditions for Admission to course.

A candidate who has passed one of the following examinations shall

be eligible to join the first year class of the Bachelor of Physical

Education (B.P. Ed.) – A Four Year Programme in the University / a

college affiliated to this university:

(i) Senior Secondary Certificate Part-II examination or +2 of a

recognized board / council / university with 45% marks in aggregate.

(ii) Certificate in Physical Education of two years duration with a

minimum of 45% marks from any recognized university / institution

on any other equivalent qualification recognized by the PU

Chandigarh.

(iii) The candidate should not be more than the age of 24 years on 1st

Sep. 2009. However age may be relaxed up to 25 years in the case of

National / International position holder sports student for the

admission and for those who belong to recognized schedule castes /

schedule tribes.

Provided that a candidate considered for admission under any of the

above clause (I) to (iii) qualifies in the standard Physical Fitness/

Efficiency Test at the time of admission to this course and scores

minimum 45% marks in aggregate out of 60 marks of six test items.

(iv) The merit for the admission to the first year of the Bachelor of Physical

Education (B.P. Ed.) shall be prepared on the basis of marks obtained in

the qualifying examination, fitness test with due weight age in the field of

Sports / NCC / NSS and proficiency in the game of choice etc. as per the

guidelines of the Chandigarh Administration / Panjab University,

Chandigarh.

(v) The reservation policy will be followed as per the guidelines of the

Chandigarh Administration (UT)

4.1 Eligibility Condition For Examination

A candidate shall be eligible to appear in examination in the first year of the

Bachelor and Master of Physical Education (B.P. Ed.) who:

(i) has been on the rolls of the University / College during the academic

year preceding the examination.

(ii) produces the following certificates duly signed by the Chairman of the

Department / Principal of the affiliated college :

(a)of good character ;

(b) of having attended not less than 75 percent of the lectures in each

class (theory and practical separately) delivered during the academic

year preceding the examination;

(c) of having obtained 40 percent marks in Internal Assessment / marks to be

awarded by the teachers on the basis of class test / practical assignments

/ project reports carried out by the student/s upto the end of the academic

year).

4.2 A candidate who is declared pass in the first year examination conducted

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by the university shall be eligible to join the second year (B.P. Ed.)

The candidate/ shall be eligible to appear in the examination of the second

year of B.P. Ed. subject to the fulfilment of conditions laid down in clause

4.1.

4.3 A candidate who is declared pass in the second year examination

conducted by the university shall be eligible to join the third year of

Bachelor of Physical Education (B.P. Ed.)

(a)

The candidate/ shall be eligible to appear in the examination of the third

year of Bachelor of Physical Education (B.P. Ed.) subject to the fulfilment

of conditions laid down in clause 4.1.

4.4 A candidate who is declared pass in the third year examination conducted

by the university shall be eligible to join the fourth year of Bachelor of

Physical Education (B.P. Ed.)

(a)

The candidate/ shall be eligible to appear in the examination of the fourth

year of Bachelor of Physical Education (B.P. Ed.) subject to the fulfilment

of conditions laid down in clause 4.1.

5. Eligibility condition for migration of candidates from other

universities

Any student studying in 4-Year Bachelor's Degree and Two year Master Degree

in Physical Education in a College affiliated to a University whose standards

and examinations are recognized as equivalent to the standards and

examinations of Panjab University by the Faculty of Education, shall be eligible

to migrate to any affiliated college to this university offering this course in the

same class provided that:

(i)

the principals and registrars of the respective colleges and the universities

respectively agree to such a migration.

(ii)the vacant seat/s is/are available in the respective class/es.

6. Provision for Military Personnel / their Wards on transfer:

The provision is subject to satisfaction of conditions laid down in the clause

4 above.

7. Period for Completing the Course

No student shall be allowed to spend more than a maximum of 6 years in

the entire Four Years' Bachelor's Degree in Physical Education.

8. Classification of Division of Marks

The marks obtained by the successful candidates shall be classified into

divisions as under:

I. Those who obtain 75% or more of the aggregate marks: First division with

Distinction

II.

III.

IV.

Those who obtain 60% or more but less than 75% of the aggregate marks:

First Division

Those who obtain 50% or more but less than 60% of the aggregate marks:

Second Division

Those who obtain 40% or more but less than 50% of the aggregate marks:

Third Division

9. Grace Marks

(i)A candidate who appears in all subjects of an examination and who fails

in one or more subjects (written, practical, sessional or viva-voce) and / or

the aggregate (if there is a separate requirement of passing on the

aggregate) shall be given grace marks up to maximum of one percent of

the total aggregate marks (excluding marks for internal assessment) to

make up the deficiency, if by such addition the candidate can pass the

examination. While awarding grace marks fraction working to ½ or more

will be rounded off to a whole.

9.1 Grace marks upto 1% of the total marks of an examination including its part/s,

if any, shall be added to the total marks secured by a candidate for the award

of higher class (and not for earning distinction / honours); provided that no

grace marks have already been availed of for passing the examination.

9.2 A candidate who reappears in any examination for purposes of improving

the previous performance may be given grace marks upto 1% of the total

marks of the paper/s or part/s as the case may be in which he / she

actually reappears, for purposes of improvement of division and also for

securing 50% of the total marks in these examination where such

improvement to 50% marks is permissible under regulations; provided

that no candidate shall be given more marks than the minimum that may

be required for securing the higher division.

10. Chances to Appear as Late College Student

A candidate who has completed the prescribed course of instruction in an

affiliated college/University Teaching department for first year / second

year / third year / fourth year examination but does not appear in it, or

having appeared, and fails, may be allowed to appear in the examination

on the recommendations of the principal of the college concerned as a

late college student, without attending a fresh course of instruction as

follows:

(i) First Year: Within next two consecutive years.

(ii) Second Year: Within next two consecutive years.

(iii) Third Year: Within next two consecutive years.

(iv) Fourth Year: Within next two consecutive years.

Provided that the total number of years for completing the course remains

within the limit of six years.

11. Number of Chances for Compartment/Reappear Candidate/s

(i) A candidate who obtains 40% marks in the aggregate of each subject,

but has failed in one subject obtaining not less than 20% marks in that

subject, shall be permitted to appear in that subject at the next two

consecutive chances of examination and if he / she passes in either of

these two consecutive chances of examinations, he / she shall be

deemed to have passed the examination.

(ii) A candidate who is placed in compartment shall be eligible to join the

next higher class provisionally. In case he / she fails to qualify the

compartment subject within the two consecutive chances, his / her result

for the higher examination will stand cancelled. For the compartment

subject, he / she may appear as a private candidate.

12. Number of chances and period of improvement of performance /

division.

A person who has qualified for the award of the four year Bachelor's

Degree in Physical Education from the Panjab University may be allowed

to re-appear as a private candidate in a subject in which he appeared

earlier, with a view to improving his / her previous performance. He / she

may reappear in the first, second, third and fourth year examinations or

any of the examination, simultaneously or separately.

For this purpose, he / she may be given two chances within a period of two

years from the year of passing the fourth year Bachelor of Physical

Education examination. He may avail of these chances along with next

two annual examinations.

13. Pass Percentage

The minimum marks to pass the Bachelor's Degree in Physical Education

(first year, second year, third and fourth year) examinations shall be 40%

marks in each paper / part, theory as well as practical/s separately.

14. Attendance requirement

A candidate/s shall be eligible to appear in the annual examination in first /

second / third / fourth year provided that he has attended not less than (i)

75% of the full course of lectures delivered to his class in each of the

subject offered (the course to be counted up to the last day when the

classes break-off / terminated for preparatory holidays) and (ii) 75% of the

periods / lectures assigned to practical work. However shortage of

lectures can be condoned as prescribed in the rules.

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Rules

1. Annual Examination System practical examination, and the internal The internal assessment attached with (i)

(i) The examination for the First year, assessment and send them to the subject / practical part and (ii) based on

second year, third year and fourth year university with the remuneration bill, etc.) house tests shall be submitted to

shall be held annually by the university on When a set of examiners (External and University on the prescribed proforma

the dates fixed by the syndicate. internal decide to award first class marks immediately on receipt of the university

(ii) For candidates placed in compartment, a in a lesson or practical) to a candidate, R o l l N u m b e r s a n d b e f o r e t h e

supplementary examination shall be held the coordinating examiner (if not already commencement of the examination.

on the dates fixed by the syndicate.

present) will be specially called to watch 7. Condonation of Shortage of lectures

2. Appointment of Paper – Setters the lesson. Final decision regarding A deficiency in lectures / practical /

and Examiners

awards in such cases and in all other seminars / practice-teaching / coaching

(i) The examiners shall be appointed by the

cases of disparity and difference shall be lessons / internship may be condoned as

Board of Undergraduate Studies in

with the Coordinating Examiner.

under:-

Physical Education.

3. Internship

(i) By the Principal / Head of the Institution if

(ii) For theory papers each question paper Internship of three months duration in the the deficiency in lectures attended is upto

shall be set by the single examiner alone. schools shall be compulsory in the fourth 15.

(iii) Answer books shall be evaluated by the

year of the Bachelor's Degree in Physical (ii) By the Vice Chancellor / Syndicate if the

single examiner.

Education for all the candidates to qualify deficiency in lectures attended is more

(a) For the examination in practice of

for the award of degree at the successful than 15 and less than 30.

teaching and coaching (specialization),

completion of all the four years of 8. Last date for admission / examination

there shall be (i) a Board of three

examination.

form / fee

examiners consisting two external and

4. Syllabus

The last date for receipt of admission

one internal; (ii) the Head of the Physical The Syllabus for the Bachelor of Physical form / examination form and fee with and

Education Department of the University / Education – Four Year Professional without late fee as fixed by the Syndicate

College act as a coordinating examiner. Programme shall be as prescribed by the from time to time shall be notified by the

(b) For the examination in Skill and

Panjab University, Chandigarh.

Controller of Examination.

Prowess (Practical examination), there 5. Medium of Examination

9. Declaration of Result

shall be a Board consisting of three (i) The question papers shall be set in three The Controller of Examination of Panjab

internal examiners appointed by the languages i.e. English, Punjabi and Hindi. University, Chandigarh shall publish the

Principal / Head of the institution. The (ii) The medium of examination shall be result four weeks after the completion of

senior most teacher among them shall

English or Punjabi or Hindi.

function as a coordinating examiner. 6. Internal Assessment possible.

(i) Internal Assessment marks shall be as

(c) The duties of the coordinating provided in the syllabus of the course /

examiner shall be; (i) to maintain

uniformity of standard of awards in

practice of teaching, coaching, practical

examination in skill and prowess and

internal and External examiners ; (iii) to

consolidate the results of each lesson or

subject concerned which will be awarded

by the panel of three teachers appointed

by the head / principal of the institution

concerned and submitted to the

University after consolidation in the

prescribed proforma.

the examination or as soon thereafter as

10. Award of Degree

Each successful candidate shall be

awarded Four Year Bachelor's Degree in

Physical Education and or aplicable. Two

year Master's Degree in Physical

Education.

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Scheme of Study (Part A&B)

B.P. Ed. — First Year – Part-A (Theory)

Paper Title of the Subjects with Code Credit Mark Internal

Assessment

Paper I English -Communication Skills (ECS) 1 90 10

Paper II

Punjabi (C) PBI / History and Culture of

Punjab(HCP)

½ credit for

each subject

45 marks

for each

subject

Paper III History of Physical Education (HPE) 1 90 10

Paper IV

Educational Psychology, Guidance and

Counseling (EPGC)

1 70+20*P 10

Paper V Applied Anatomy and Physiology (AAP) 1 70+20*P 10

Paper VI Environment Education (EE) 1 70+20*P 10

5 marks for

each subject

*P-Stands for practical component marks.

Part-B (Activity – Skills and Prowess)

Paper Contents of Games and Sports Credit Mark Internal

Assessment

Athletics

Teaching of Fundamentals, Rules

and Regulations and Measurements

of Fields

1 80 20

Gymnastics -do- 1 60 15

Football -do- 1 60 15

Basketball -do- 1 60 15

Wrestling -do- 1 60 15

Boxing -do- 1 60 15

Weight Training, Wt.

Lifting, Power Lifting

and Best Physique

-do- 1 60 15

Swimming -do- 1 60 15

Judo -do- 1 60 15

Light Apparatus

Activity / Calisthenics

Set of Exercises –2 counts, 4

counts, 8 counts and 16 counts

1 80 20

NOTE:

• Each student is required

to pass separately in

theory, practical and

respective assessment.

• Six hours per day will be

devoted for theory and

practice i.e. three hours

for theory and three

hours for practice /

practical work.

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Scheme of Study (Part-A, B & C)

B.P. Ed. — Second Year —Part-A (Theory)

Paper Title of the Subjects with Code Credit Marks

Internal

Assessment

10%

Paper VII English -Communication Skills(ECS) 1 90 10

Paper VIII Foundations of Physical Education (FPE) 1 90 10

Paper IX Educational Methodology (EM) 1 70+20*P 10

Paper X Sports Psychology (SP) 1 70+20*P 10

Paper XI

Paper XII

Recreation, Play, Camping and

Leadership Training(RPCLT)

Teaching Methodology in Physical

Education (TMPE)

1 90 10

1 70+20*P 10

Paper XIII Physiology of Exercise (PE) 1 70+20*P 10

*P-Stands for practical component marks.

Part-B (Activity – Skills and Prowess)

Paper Title of the subject Credit Marks Internal

assessment

20%

Athletics

Teaching of Fundamentals, Rules

and Regulations and Measurements

of Fields

1 80 20

Badminton -do- 1 60 15

Kho-kho -do- 1 60 15

Kabbaddi -do- 1 60 15

Table Tennis -do- 1 60 15

Volleyball -do- 1 60 15

Handball -do- 1 60 15

Softball -do- 1 60 15

NOTE:

• Teaching practice will

also continue in

B.P. Ed. –Third Year.

• Each student is

required to pass

separately in theory,

practical and

respective internal

assessment.

• Six hours per day will

be devoted for theory

Part-C (Teaching Practice)

Teaching

Lessons

Athletics, Games, Calisthenics and

Theory –5 lessons in each area, i.e.

5x 4 = 20 lessons.

1 80 20

and practice i.e. three

hours for theory and

three hours for

practice/practical work.

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Scheme of Study (Part-A, B & C)

B.P. Ed. — Third Year — Part-A (Theory)

Paper Title of the Subjects with Code Credit Marks Internal

Assessment

10%

Paper XIV English -Communication Skills(ECS) 1 90 10

Paper XV Kinesiology and Bio-mechanics (KBM) 1 70+ 20*P 10

Paper XVI Sports Management (SM) 1 90 10

Paper XVII Measurement and Evaluation(ME) 1 70+ 20*P 10

Paper XVIII

Applied Computer Education and

Statistics in Physical Education(ACESPE)

1 70+ 20*P 10

Paper XIX Health Education (HE) 1 90 10

Paper XX Sociology of Sports (SS) 1 90 10

*P- Stands for practical component marks.

Part-B (Activity – Skills and Prowess)

Paper Contents of Games and Sports Credit Marks Internal

Assessment

20%

Athletics

Teaching of Fundamentals, Rules and

Regulations and Measurements of

Fields

1 80 20

Tennis -do- 1 60 15

Yoga -do- 1 60 15

NOTE:

To give more time to

teaching practice in the

schools lesser number of

games has been given in

third year.

Hockey -do- 1 60 15

Cricket -do- 1 60 15

Part-C (Teaching Practice)

NOTE:

One theory, one game,

one athletic, one

calisthenics lesson shall

be opted by the students

for annual university

examination.

Ten supervised lessons

for each activity i.e.

class room teaching, game

lesson, athletic lesson and

calisthenics lesson.

10x4= 40 lessons

2 160 40

• Each lesson will be of 50

marks including internal

assessment. There will be

External Examination.

• Each student is required to

pass separately in theory,

practical and respective

assessment.

• Six hours per day will be

devoted for theory and

practice i.e. three hours for

theory and three hours for

practice / practical work.

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Scheme of Study Part-A, D and E)

B.P. Ed – Fourth Year Part-A (Theory)

Paper Title of the subjects with code Credit

Marks

Internal

Assessment

Paper XXI Organisational Behaviour (OB) 1

90

10

Paper XXII Sports Journalism (SJ) 1

70+ 20p*

10

Paper XXIII Yoga (YG) 1

90

10

Paper XXIV Scientific Approach to Sports

Training (SAST)

1

90

10

Paper XXV

Health, Physical Fitness and

Aerobics (HPFA)

Paper XXVI Officiating and Coaching (OC) 1

90

10

Paper XXVII Applied Physiotherapy and

1

70+ 20p* 10

Rehabilitations (APR)

* P – Stands for practical component marks

Part-D (Compulsory Fields of Specializations)

Specializations Contents of Specializations Credit Marks Internal

Assessment

Athletics Coaching and Officiating 1 40+40=80

Game (A Game of Choice of the

Student (Hockey, Football,Basketball,

Volleyball, Cricket, Swimming,

Badminton, Kabaddi,Kho-Kho,

Boxing and Lawn Tennis as

per the syllabus

Options- Health, Fitness and Gym 1. Emphasis of Health and Fitness

management; Life Guard Training Through Physical Works-outs

for Water Sports and Yoga.

(strength/ cardio / aerobics / flexibility

etc.) and Diet.

1

-do- 1 40+40=80 20

2. Emphasis on Life Saving Drills

3. Yoga as a life (Theory and Practice)

90

10

20

1 40+40=80 20

Important instructions for the students / teachers / external examiners

1. 3x10=30 lessons (Coaching and Officiating) shall be taken by

each student under the supervision of the teacher in the

institution itself.

2. Principal of the college with the consultation of the Head,

Department of Physical Education of the college will inform the

university about the options exercised by the students to appoint

external examiners accordingly.

3. A set of external and internal examiners will conduct annual

university examination as per the rules and regulations of the

course

4. Each lesson will be of 100 marks including 20 marks of internal

assessment. The examination will be held out of 80 marks (40

marks officiating and 40 marks coaching including viva voce) for

athletics and game lessons. Similarly for optional activities,

examination will be held out of 80 marks (40 marks for practical

and 40 marks for theory and viva voce).

5. Each student is required to pass separately in theory, practical

and respective assessment.

6. Six hours per day will be devoted for theory and practice, i.e.

three hours for theory and three hours for practical work / day.

Part E (Internship)

Internship of three months duration is compulsory in the schools for

which a CERTIFICATE will be issued by the Principal of the College

stating that so and so has completed his / her internship of three

months duration from ________ to _______ at __________ school.

Note:

Each specialization will be of 100 marks including 20 marks of internal

assessment. The examination will be held out of 80 marks (40 marks

for practical and 40 marks for theory and viva voce).

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Rules & Regulations for Admission

to M.P. Ed. Course

1. Nomenclature of the Course

(iii)

Any other qualification recognised by the Syndicate as

Master of Physical Education:

Programme.

2. Duration of the Course

A Two Year Professional

equivalent to (i), (ii) or (iii).

Provided that a candidate considered for admission

under any of the above clause (I) to (iii) qualifies in the

The duration of the course for the Master of Physical Education

shall be two years.

3. Intake of Students

AAHPER Motor Fitness Test at the time of admission to

this course and the score a minimum 45% marks in

aggregate out of 60 marks of six test items.

30 eligible boys and girl students shall be taken.

4. Eligibility Conditions for Admission to Course.

A candidate who has passed one of the following examinations

shall be eligible to join the first year class of the Master in

Physical Education (M.P. Ed.) – A Two Years' Programme in

the University / a college affiliated to this university:

(i) Bachelor's Degree of Physical Education (B.P.Ed- Four

Year) in any recognised university obtaining not less

Note:

• Admission to M.P.Ed Course will be on the basis of

Written Entrance Test. Seventy five questions of

multiple choice will be set based on B.P.Ed. syllabus

and Current Events. There will be no negative marking.

Over written answers will not be evaluated.

(ii)

than 45% marks aggregate.

Bachelor's Degree of Physical Education (B.P.Ed- One

Year) after Graduation / Post Graduation Diploma in

Physical Education of another university recognised by

syndicate as equivalent to with not less than 45%

marks aggregate of the Degree/ Diploma.

• Additional Sports weightage will be provided as per

clause 18.2 of Handbook of information.

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Post Graduate Govt. College-11

Scheme of Study: Master of Physical Education (M.P.Ed.)

This syllabus will be applicable w.e.f the session 2009-2010 for M.P.Ed (Semester I & II) and for the session 2010-11 for M.P.Ed

(Semester III & IV)

Marks

Part I Theory papers 2000

Part II Practice of Teaching / Coaching 800

Part III Skill and Prowess 200

Semester I

Total: 3000

Paper Code Subject Title Marks

I RMP-101 Research Methodology in 80+20=100

Physical Education

II ETP-102 Educational Technology and 80+20=100

Pedagogic Techniques in

Physical Education

Semester III

Paper Code Subject Title Marks

XI SPM301 Sports Medicine 80+20=100

XII PPC-302 Professional Preparation 80+20=100

and Curriculum Design

XIII STT-303 Sports Training and 80+20=100

Talent Identification

XIV SPS-304 Statistics in Physical 80+20=100

Education and Sports

XV SIM-305 **Choose any one of 80+20=100

III EXP-103 Exercise Physiology 80+20=100

IV SPS-104 Sports Psychology 80+20=100

SPJ-306

the Following

a. Sports Industry and Marketing

V CAP-105 Computer Application in 80+20=100

Semester II

Paper Code Subject Title Marks

VI SKK-201 Structural Kinesiology 80+20=100

VII MPS-202 Management of Physical 80+20=100

Education and Sports

Physical Education

and Sports.

VIII MEP-203 Measurement and 80+20=100

Evaluation In Physical Education

IX TGI-204 *Theory Game-I 80+20=100

(Football /Basketball/ Gymnastics)

X TTF-205 Theory Track and Field-I 80+20=100

SSS-307

Note:

*** Three theory papers separately will be set for the students of M.P.Ed Semester-IV as per options of the students.

Note for sessional marks:

The norms relating to sessionals in each theory paper shall be as under:

Tutorials/ Assignments/Class tests/Theory Practicals

Participation in Seminars/group discussions

Viva Voce by a panel of three faculty members of the department/ Institution in which regularity

in attendance, classroom/field performance, general performance will be taken into account.

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Semester IV

Paper Code Subject Title Marks

XV FTW-401 Fitness and wellness 80+20=100

XVII SBO-402 Sports Biomechanics 80+20=100

XVIII DIS-403 Choose any one of the Following

YOG-404

APE-405

b. Sports Journalism

c. Sports Sociology

a. Dissertation

b. Yoga

c. Adapted Physical Education

XIX TGIL-406 ***Theory Game –II 80+20=100

(Volleyball /Hockey /Badminton)

XX TTF-407 Theory Track and Field-II 80+20=100

8 Marks

7 Marks

5 Marks

* (100 marks)

80+20 = 100


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Practice of Teaching and Coaching

Note:The candidate will be evaluated by the examiners in the following contents.

PART-II (SEMESTER-I)

Track and Field (compulsory)

90 Marks

Teaching Lesson in Track Events

30 Marks

Marking of All track events

30 Marks

Projects (4)Track and Field/Games(4x5)

20 Marks

Note Book Track and Field

10 Marks

GAME

90Marks

STUDENT SHALL CHOOSE ONE AMONG THE FOLLOWING

GAMES FOR SEMESTER-I & II

(1) FOOTBALL (2) BASKETBALL (3) GYMNASTIC

Game Lesson

25 Marks

Coaching Lesson

25 Marks

Officiating Game

20 Marks

Specification of equipments

10 Marks

Note Book Game

10 Marks

Swimming: Students shall be evaluated by the examiner

out of 20 marks in the following stroke.

20 Marks

(Free Style-25 metre)

PART – II (SEMESTER-II)

Track and Field (compulsory)

90 Marks

Teaching Lesson in Field Events

30 Marks

Marking of All Field Events

30 Marks

Projects (4) - Track and Field/Games (4 x 5) 20 Marks

Note Book Track and Field

10 Marks

GAME

90 Marks

STUDENT SHALL CONTINUE THE SAME GAME OPTED IN

THE FIRST SEMESTER

(1) FOOTBALL (2) BASKETBALL (3) GYMNASTIC

Game Lesson

25 Marks

Coaching Lesson

25 Marks

Officiating Game

20 Marks

Play Field Marking

10 Marks

Note Book Game

10 Marks

Swimming: Students shall be evaluated by the examiner

PART – II (SEMESTER-III)

Track and Field (compulsory)

Coaching Lesson in Track Events

Officiating in Track Events

Projects (6) - Track and Field/Games (6 x 5)

Note Book Track and Field

GAME

PART – II (SEMESTER-IV)

90 Marks

30 Marks

30 Marks

20 Marks

10 Marks

90 Marks

STUDENT SHALL CHOOSE ONE AMONG THE FOLLOWING

GAMES FOR SEMESTER-III & IV

(1) HOCKEY (2) VOLLEYBALL (3) BADMINTON

Game Lesson

Coaching Lesson

Officiating Game

Specification of equipments

Note Book Game

25 Marks

25 Marks

20 Marks

10 Marks

10 Marks

Swimming: Students shall be evaluated by the examiner out

of 20 marks in the following stroke.

(Breast Stroke-25metre)

Track and Field (compulsory)

Coaching Lesson in Field Events

Officiating in Field Events

Projects (4) - Track and Field/Games (4 x 5)

Note Book Track and Field

GAME

20 Marks

90 Marks

30 Marks

30 Marks

20 Marks

10 Marks

90 Marks

STUDENT SHALL CONTINUE THE SAME GAME OPTED IN

THE THIRD SEMESTER

(1) HOCKEY (2) VOLLEYBALL (3) BADMINTON

Game Lesson

25 Marks

Coaching Lesson

25 Marks

Officiating Game

20 Marks

Play Field Marking

10 Marks

Note Book Game

10 Marks

Swimming: Students shall be evaluated by the examiner out

out of 10 marks in the following stroke.

20 Marks

of 20 marks in the following stroke.

20 Marks

(Back Stroke-25metre)

(Butterfly Stroke-25metre)

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Skill and Prowess

Part III (Semester 1)

50 marks

A) Track And Field –(Compulsory) teaching Contents

25 marks

1) Sprints 2) Long Jump

3) Shot Put 4) Relay Races

5) Middle Distance 6) High Walking

7) Discus Throw 8) Race Walking

SPECIALIZATION OFFERED

Note: Candidate will be evaluated in skill and prowess out of 25

marks. The Chairman/Head in consultation with the Faculty will

work out the criteria for evaluation.

Part-III (Semester-II)

B) Student shall choose one among the following games

25marks

1) Football 2) Basketball 3) Gymnastics

50 marks

A) Track and Field- Compulsory) teaching contents

25 marks

1) Javelin Throw 2) Hurdles

3) Triple Jump 4) Hammer Throw

5) Steeple Chase 6) Pole vault

7) Combined Events

SPECIALIZATION OFFERED

Note: Candidate will be evaluated in skill and prowess out of 25

marks. The Chairman/Head in consultation with the Faculty will

work out the criteria for evaluation.

B) Student shall choose one among the following games

25marks

1) Football 2) Basketball 3) Gymnastics

50 marks

Part-III (Semester-III)

A) Track and Field- Compulsory) teaching contents

25 marks

1) Sprints 2) Long Jump

3) Shot Put 4) Relay Races

5) Middle Distance 6) High Jump

7) Discus Throw 8) Race Walking

SPECIALIZATION OFFERED

Note: Candidate will be evaluated in skill and prowess out of 25

marks. The Chairman/Head in consultation with the Faculty will

work out the criteria for evaluation.

B) Student shall choose one among the following games

25marks

1) Football 2) Basketball 3) Gymnastics

50 marks

Part-III (Semester-IV)

50 marks

A) Track and Field- Compulsory) teaching contents 25 marks

1) Javelin Throw 2) Hurdles

3) Triple Jump 4) Hammer Throw

5) Steeple Chase 6) Pole vault

7) Combined Events

SPECIALIZATION OFFERED

Note: Candidate will be evaluated in skill and prowess out of 25

marks. The Chairman/Head in consultation with the Faculty will

work out the criteria for evaluation.

B) Student shall choose one among the following games

25marks

1) Hockey 2) Volleyball 3) Badminton

Note: I


Theory Paper in M.P.Ed. Semester System shall carry marks as indicated against each paper.

Each theory paper shall be of three hours duration


Since this is a professional course aimed at improving the standard of games and sport, it is essential that special attention be given to the practical aspect of

Track and Field, Games and sport. Therefore, specified 20 hours per week must be devoted to the practical teaching.

Note:II

Part-I shall be evaluated externally, Part II shall be evaluated by an external and internal examiners and part III skill and prowess shall be evaluated internally by a

panel of three examiners appointed by the Chairman /Head for each activity / game separately keeping in view their expertise in the activity /game concerned from the

faculty.

Note: III

Each student shall be required to take 10 supervised lessons in the above mentioned areas at least five lessons shall be taken in the schools and five lessons in class

itself. In addition each student shall complete four projects in different games/track and field as identified by the chairman /Head. The chairman /Head will certify on

the candidate's notebook that all requirements pertaining to teaching practice, projects and officiating have been fulfilled by him/her.

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Post Graduate Govt. College-11

Uniform for B.P.Ed & M.P.Ed. Students

Sr. No. Boys Girls

1. T-Shirts Maroon and White Same as for Boys

2. Track suits-Multi coloured - but

Same as for Boys

different for B.P.Ed. and M.P.Ed.

3. Shorts Divided Shorts with Box Pleats

4. Shorts White Colour Short with Flap in front-White Colour

5. Sandoz-White and Maroon Colour Mega Sleeve- Sandoz- White and Maroon Colour

6. Stockings/Socks Stocks/Socks

7. Trouser Black Colour Trouser Black Colour

8. Shirt Sky Blue Full Sleeves Shirt Sky Blue Full Sleeves

9.

Tie with Logo

Tie/Cravat with Logo

10. Blazer Maroon Colour Blazer Maroon Colour

11. Kit Bag Kit Bag

Annexure-I

Practical part of eligibility criteria for admission to B.P.Ed. –First

Year for the session 2009-10, consist of the following four parts:

Part A: Motor Fitness Test (Cooper's Test) 60 Marks

12 Minutes Run/Walk

Part B: Sports Achievements 20 Marks

Part C: Game Proficiency 15 Marks

Part D: NCC/NSS (03+02) 05 Marks

Total

100 Marks

Annexure-II

Physical/ Motor Fitness Test for the admission to M.P.Ed –

First Year for the session 2009-10 mentioned below:

AAHPER Motor Fitness Test:

Sr. No. Test Items

1

2

3

4

5

6

Pull-ups (Boys) & Flexed Arm Hang (Girls)

Bent-Knee Sit-ups

Shuttle Run (10x4)

Standing Broad Jump

50 Yard Dash

600 Yard Run-Walk

Whom to Contact

B. P. Ed./M.P.Ed. (Admissions) Dr. R. S. Brar HoD, Physical Education

Foreign Students Ms. Gurinderjit Kaur Dept. of English

Hostel Admission Dr. Avtar Singh Main Hostel

College Registrar Mr. V. K. Devashwar Registrar Office

College Bursar Mr. Mukesh Sharma Dept. of BBA

Public Relations Mrs. Aparna Kaushal Public Relations Officer

Scholarship & Fee Concession Ms. Kiran Sharma Convener

Youth Activities Dr. S.S. Sidhu Dean Students Welfare

Placement Cell Dr. Rakesh Thakur Vice Principals Office

Redressal of Grievances Mrs. Saagiri Thapar Dept. of English

Prevention of Sexual Harassment Mrs. Geetanjali Kalra Dept. of English

Incharge Admissions

Dean College Instructions

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Academic Achievers

Manoj Singh (B.P.Ed.4th Year/11003)

Uni. RNo.-23003 earned 1st Position in

the Annual Examination of Panjab

University, Chdndigarh, Session 2007-08.

Aggregate of 81% and awarded gold medal

by the University

Jaininder Katoch (B.P.Ed.4th Year/11004)

Uni. RNo.-23004 got 2nd Position in the

Annual Examination of Panjab University,

Chandigarh, Session 2007-08 with

Aggregate of 79 %.

Bhavtaran Singh (B.P.Ed. 4th Year/ 11031)

Uni. RNo.-23031 achieved 3rd Position in

the Annual Examination of Panjab

University, Chandigarh, Session 2007-08

with Aggregateof 77.07 %.

Hanish Guretia B.P.Ed.4th Year/11005

Uni. RNo.-23005 got 4th Position in the

Annual Examination of Panjab University,

Chandigarh, Session 2007-08 with

Aggregate of 77.02 %.

Sports Achievers

Sarvind Yadav (B.A 2nd Year)

Participated in the Senior National

Wrestling Championship, held at Ayodhya ,

UP and got Bronze Medal.

Won Gold Medal in the Chandigarh Open

State Wrestling Championship.

Navdeep Singh (B.P.Ed 3rd Year)

Represented Punjab University in the

North Zone and All India Basket Ball

Intervarsity Championship held at Punjab

University, Chandigarh and got the honour

to be the member of the Gold Medal winner

team of Punjab University, Chandigarh.

Parminder Singh Chahal

(B.P.Ed 4th Year)

Represented the Chandigarh State in the

Senior National Wrestling Championship

held at Guwahati, Assam.

Rajesh Kumar

B.P.Ed 4th Year

Participated in National Games Wrestling

held at Guwahati.

Puran Chand Joshi B.P.Ed 1st Year

Represented Chandigarh State in the

Under-21 National Foot Ball Championship

held at Goa.

Sunil Singh B.P.Ed 1st Year

Represented Chandigarh State in the

Under-21 National Foot Ball Championship

held at Goa.

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Sports Achievers

Vishal Sharma B.P.Ed 4th Year

Represented the Himachal Pradesh State

in the Senior National Basket Ball

Championship held at Surat, Gujarat.

Rahul Sandal B.P.Ed 4th Year

Represented the Himachal Pradesh State

in the Senior National Basket Ball

Championship held at Surat, Gujarat.

Parminder Singh Sandhu

(B.P.Ed 4th Year)

Participated in the Senior National Kabaddi

championship held at Moga, Punjab

Jaswant Singh B.P.Ed 4th Year

Represented the Chandigarh State in the

Senior National Hand Ball Championship

held at Bangalore, Kernataka.

Cultural Activities Achievers

Paramjot Singh, B.P.Ed 4th Year

Participated in the National Youth Festival

organised by the Ministry of Youth Affairs

and Sports, Govt. of India in collaboration

of Punjab Govt. held at Guru Nanak Dev

University, Amritsar, Punjab.

Mandeep Singh, B.P.Ed 4th Year

Participated in the National Youth Festival

organised by the Ministry of Youth Affairs

and Sports, Govt. of India in collaboration

of Punjab Govt. held at Guru Nanak Dev

University, Amritsar, Punjab.

Vibrations of 2009-10

National Sports Day : August 29th, 2009

Fresher's Day : September 12th, 2009

Parent Teacher Interface : October and February

Personality Development Workshop: October 2009

Annual Athletics Meet : November 2009

Educational Tour : December/ January

National Youth Day : January 12th, 2009

Community Service : February 2010

Farewell Party and Concluding : March 30th, 2009

Function of the Department

Trekking / Hiking : November /January

Yoga/ Meditation Workshop : December, 2009

National Conference : December 2009

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GOVERNMENT COLLEGE FOR GIRLS

Sector 42, Chandigarh

www.gcg42.org

Course offered:

B.P.Ed.

Bachelor of Physical Education

One Year Teacher Education Programme after Graduation Recognised by NCTE.


Govt. College for Girls -42

The College

Since its establishment in 1982, the

Government College for Girls, Sector-42,

Chandigarh has been in the forefront of

journey towards academic excellence and

holistic growth.

Principal, Dr Nindru Bal

Admission Schedule

B.P.Ed. – First Year

No. of Seats available

: 50 (Only Girls)

Reservation for U.T. / General Pools : 60:40

Last Date of Submission of Application : 14.07.2009

Date & Time of Fitness Test

(AAHPER's Motor Fitness Test)

Date & Time of Entrance Test

(Objective type test)

: 21.07.2009 (10:00 AM.)

: 21.07.2009 (1.00 PM)

Display of Merit List and Formal Admission : 22.07.2009

Department of Physical Education

The Department of Physical Education is as old as the college. To

begin with it was known as Sports Department. This college was the

first among the city Govt. Colleges to introduce the subject of Physical

Education (elective) in the Sports Department of the college,

Consequently, the name of the department changed to Department of

Physical Education and Sports. In all these years the Department has

produced many National, Inter-National and Intervarsity players. In

2006 B.P.Ed. (One Year Teacher Education Programme after

graduation) was introduced.

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Important Information

It is the moral duty of all students to maintain academic

environment in the college. Keeping themselves disciplined,

helping maintain cleanliness, being respectful, helpful,

considerate to their fellow students is what college life is all about.

Ragging is strictly prohibited: Hon'ble Supreme Court of India has

strictly banned ragging in educational institutions. Ragging

includes disorderly conduct whether by words, spoken or written

or by an act which has the effect of teasing, treating and handling

with rudeness any other student which is likely to cause hardship

or psychological harm or raise fear or apprehension in the fresher

or junior student. The authorities would expel students indulging

in such activities.

Eligibility to appear in University Exams: A student is required to

attend atleast 75% of lectures delivered in each subject offered by

her, 75% of periods assigned to practicals must be attended.

A student who remains absent for more than 7 days at a stretch

without sanctioned leave is liable to have her name struck off the

college rolls. If the student's name is struck off the college rolls,

she is required to seek re-admission (after paying admission fee

all over again.

Application for sick leave for more than 5 days will have to be

supported by a Medical Certificate from a Govt. Dispensary/ Hospital.

Scholarships are awarded to meritorious students. They are to

contact the teachers Incharge for concessions & scholarships to

make use of this facility.

An All Round Best Student Award is given to the student of the

outgoing class during the Annual Prize Giving Function.

Meritorious students should contact the Prize-Distribution

Function Incharge in order to be aware of the conditions needed

to be fulfilled for this award.

Identity cards are issued by the library. Students must get it made

whenever the notice is put up by the Librarian.

Rules & Regulations for Admission

for B.P.Ed. - One Years Course

Nomenclature of the Course

Bachelor of Physical Education: (One Year Course

after Graduation).

Duration of the Course

The duration of the course for the Bachelor's Degree in Physical

Education shall be one year.

Intake of Students

50 eligible girl students shall be taken.

Eligibility Conditions for Admission to the Course.

A candidate who has passed one of the following examinations

shall be eligible to join the Bachelor of Physical Education (B.P.

Ed.) – A One Year Course in the University.

a. A Bachelor's or Post Graduate Degree in any discipline of Panjab

University obtaining not

Less than 45% marks.

b. Bachelor's & Postgraduate degree in any discipline of another

University recognize by the Syndicate as equivalent to (a)

obtaining not less than 45% marks.

c. Provided that the candidate admitted under clause (a) or (b)

Qualifies in the standard Physical Efficiency Test and

participation in at least on game/sport at Inter-College level.

d. Admission Criterion: The admission to the B.P. Ed. – One Year

Course after Graduation shall be made on the basis of merit

computed by the following criterion provided she fulfils other

conditions (Academic, Sports Participation and Standard

Physical Efficiency Test) as per the rules/ regulations of the

University:


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Weightage

Percentage of Weightage

Qualifying Examination 25%

Entrance Test (Objective type) 75%

Weightage for the students who graduated 5%

from the Panjab University, Chandigarh.

Sports Achievements

50 Marks

NCC / NSS 3%

NOTE:

Standard Physical Efficiency Test qualifying at 60% of the scores obtained in

the test.

Entrance Theory Test (objective type) will be conducted from within the syllabus

of Physical Education (Theory and Practical for Undergraduate Class of Panjab

University, Chandigarh including general Sports Awareness. More emphasis

will be laid on Games/ Sports and their organization – Olympic Games, Asian

Games, Commonwealth Games, Afro-Asian Games, SAF Games and various

abbreviations (IAAF, AFI, IOC, IOA, OCA, BCCI, ICC ETC.).

Weightage

The following weightage shall be given wherever applicable, on the

normalized aggregate marks arrived at or on academic weightage

determined for qualifying examination for course covered under the

Entrance Test.

5% of the marks thus obtained by such candidate as have passed

the qualifying examination from

Punjab University. The weightage will not be applicable for

admissions are made only on the basis of competitive /entrance

test.

Up to a maximum of 4% distinction in any or all of the following

co-curricular activities, achieved in any of the 3 years preceding

the year of admission.1% weightage shall be given for each of

these categories, except in the case of NCC and adult education

, for which weightage is as given below:

(a) N.C.C

The holder of N.C.C .A, B and C Certificates shall be given the

weightage in marks as under:-

A : 1% B : 2% C : 3%

(b) N.S.S

(O, A or B Grades of Certificates of merit for winning first or second

position)

(a) A person getting any of the first three positions in the

Olympic/ world games / commonwealth games.

(b) A person representing India in the above said games /

tournaments.

(c) A person representing India in official test matches

abroad and within the country.

(d) 1st position in all India inter university / senior national

approved games /competition conducted by the

respective federation

(e) 2nd position in the above said competition

(f) 3rd position in the above said competition

(g) 1st position in zonal inter-university competition

50 marks

40 marks

30 marks

20 marks

15 marks

10 marks

9 marks

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(h) 2nd position in the above said competition

(i) 3rd position in the above said competition

(j) 2nd position in the inter college / state approved

games / competition

(k) 2nd position in the above said competition

(l) 3rd position in the above said competition

Scheme of Study

The course of instruction for the B. P. Ed Examination consists

of three parts as under:

8 marks

7 marks

6 marks

5 marks

PART - I Theory Papers 1400 Marks

PART – II Practice of Teaching 500 Marks

PART - III Skill and Prowess 100 Marks

Total Marks

2000 Marks

NOTE:

• Part-I will be evaluated externally.

• Part-II will be evaluated with one external and one internal

examiner.

• Part-III will be evaluated by a panel of three internal examiners

appointed by the Chairman /Principal of the Department/

Institution.

Successful candidates shall

be classified as follows

Theory Part I

Pass 3rd Div. 2nd Div. 1st Div. Distinction

40% Less than 50% 50% 60% 75%

Marks in Agg.

Practical Part II

40% Less than 50% 50% 60% 75%

Marks in Agg.

Skill and Prowess Part III

40% Less than 50% 50% 60% 75%

Marks in Agg.

Note: Since this is a professional course aimed at improving the standard of

games and sports, it is essential that special attention be given to the

practical aspect of Track and Field, Games and Sports. Therefore, specified

20 hours per week must be devoted to the practical teaching.

Following Track and Field, Games and Sports will be taught to the

students during the course of study: Track and Field Events (except

Pole Vault), Football, Basketball, Badminton, Volleyball, Handball,

Cricket, Hockey, Kho-Kho-, Kabaddi, Softball, Yoga, Gymnastics and

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One Year Bachelor of Physical Education (B. P. Ed) Semester System

PART -I THEORIY PAPER (SEMESTER - I)

Paper Code Subject Title Marks

I HPE-101 History of Physical Education 80+20=100

II AEP-102 Anatomy, Physiology And

For the purpose of examinations in this part there shall be three

lessons as under:

Movement Lesson

General Lesson

Theory Lesson

Swimming (Free Style:25 meters)

Note:

80+10*= 90 marks

80+10*= 90 marks

80+10*= 90 marks

25 marks

The candidate shall prepare a note book covering above three

categories of lessons, which shall carry 30 marks (10 x 3 i.e. 10 marks

for each lesson note book) the minimum number of marks required to

pass the examination in each part shall be 40%

PARAT – lll (SEMESTER-l) SKILL AND PROWESS

Group – l Track and field

Sprinting and Relays

Shot put and Javelin throw

Long jump and high jump

Group-ll Games and Sports

Exercise Physiology

III KIN-103 Kinesiology 80+20=100

IV EPS-104 Educational Psychology 80+20=100

V PAR-105 Philosophy & Administration

of Recreation

80+20=100

80+20=100

VI MPE-106 Methods of Physical Education 80+20=100

VII SCO-107 Science of Sports Training 80+20=100

PART-II (Semester-I) PRACTICAL

Each trainee will be required to take a minimum of 10 supervised

lessons in the various physical activities and theory at least 5 lessons

of theory shall be taken in schools or colleges and 5 in the class itself.

In addition, each trainee shall complete five officiating projects in

different activities.

16 Marks

Gymnastics 10 Marks

Hockey 6 Marks

Football 6 Marks

Basketball 6 Marks

Softball 6 Marks

PART – I (SEMESTER-II) THEORY PAPERS

Paper Code Subject Title Marks

I. FPE-201 Foundations of Physical 80 + 20 = 100

Education

II. HEA-202 Health Education and Athletic Care 80 + 20 = 100

III. BIO-203 Biomechanics 80 + 20 = 100

IV. SPS-204 Sports Psychology 80 + 20 = 100

V. ACE-205 Applied Computer Education 80 + 20 = 100

VI. MAP-206 Management of Physical 80 + 20 = 100

Education

VII. OGT-207 Officiating in Games and 80 + 20 = 100

Track & Field

PART – II (SEMESTER-II) PRACTICAL

Each trainee will have to take a minimum of 10 supervised lessons in

Track and Field, Games and Sports out of which 5 lessons shall be

taken in schools or colleges and (5) in the class itself. In addition,

each trainee shall have to complete five officiating projects in Track

and Field, Games and Sports.

Teaching Lesson in Games.

80+10=90 Marks

Teaching Lesson in Track & Field

80+10=90 Marks

Swimming (Back Stroke: 20 meters)

25 Marks

Group-II Games and Sports

Badminton 5 Marks Volleyball 5 Marks

Handball 5 Marks Cricket 5 Marks

Kho-Kho 5 Marks Kabaddi 5 Marks

Yoga Asanas 5 Marks

PART – III (SECOND SEMESTER) SKILL AND PROWESS

Group-I Track and Field (15 Marks)

1. Middle distance 2. Long distanc

5. Discus throw

3. Hurdles 4. Triple Jump

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Other Policies

CANCELLATION OF SEATS / ADMISSION

Admission of all such student who fail to attend at least 33 % of the total

lectures delivered and practicals held in all the papers during the first

10 day from the start of teaching work in the course concerned shall be

cancelled by the principal of the college on the recommendation of

H.O.D of physical education / Incharge B.P. Ed course after following

the procedure given below:

1. By the 12th day after the start of classes for a particular course,

the name of those students who fail to attend at least 33% of the

total lectures / practicals shall be put upon the Department Notice

Board. Within 4 days of the date of such Notice, a student who is

short of attendance may give in writing the reasons for her

absence from the classes.

2. If a student does not submit an application in writing within the

prescribed time as stated above, or the response given by the

student in her application are not found to be sufficient and

justified in the opinion of the office of the principal / HOD physical

Education, her admission shall be cancelled.

3. All the seats thus falling vacant shall be filled from the waiting list

or through subsequent counseling before the expiry of the last

date fixed for admission by the college / university.

When the admission of the students is cancelled as stated above, the

Department shall display on the Department notice board the list of the

person (s) next in the waiting list and make admissions accordingly.

Note: It is obligatory on the part of the student to keep in touch with the

Department for the possibility of the seats falling vacant.

Scope for Extra Curricular Activities

SPORTS

The college provides facilities for the following games. Student on

the rolls are expected to participate in at least one of these:

Hockey

Table Tennis

Basket Ball

Kho-Kho

Volley-Ball Yoga

Cross Country Race

Athletics

Cricket Football




Weight- lifting /power lifting

Soft-ball

Net-bal






Hand- ball

Judo

Kabaddi

All students opting for physical education as an elective subject and

participating in games must equip themselves with proper sports gear

as soon as they join college.

N.C.C

Facility for participation in the national cadet corps (Army Wing) is

available for the students. Students are prepared for “B” and “C”

certificate examination so that they may avail themselves of reserved

seats in the I.M.A meant for N.C.C. “C” certificate holder. We have one

unit of army wing.

Incharge - Dr (Ms.) Lipi Bhattacharya

N.S.S

National service schema with the motto 'Not me but you' aim at

personality devolvement through community participation. It is meant

to inculcate a sprite of co-operation and social work among the

students. The college hold various camp in the suburbs of the

Chandigarh where student interact with the village folk and the colony

residents to impact Adult Education, environment and AIDS

awareness and also to create awareness against social evils.

Incharge – Dr. Gurmel Singh

No. of units – Three

Tutorial Groups

Dr (Mrs.) Charanjit Kaur

Dr. Nemi Chand

Each student will be assigned to a tutor who will look after her

welfare and studies.

The tutor will maintain a record of the student's conduct, health,

attendance and progress in studies as well as her participation in

co- curricular activities.

The tutor will lay stress on moral education.

Tutorial group meetings will be held on the last Saturday of

every month.

UNIFORM / DRESS CODE

Sports/ Games/ Activity Dress – As per weather track suit and T-

shirt: Maroon colour track suit and grey T-shirt.

Footwear – As per the requirement of Game/ Sports/ Activity – White

warming-up/ Running Shoes/ Football Studs, Spikes etc.

Formal dress: Theory Classes, Teaching Practice in School/

College, celebrations of National/ International Days. Departmental

Functions etc.

Summer Uniform: Grey Trousers with Maroon T-shirt.

Winter Uniform: Grey Trousers, White full Sleeve Shirt. Maroon

Blazer with Maroon Scarf.


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Leave Rules

Student should apply for leave on the leave application form

available in the college office.

Prior sanction for leave must be taken. In case of sickness or an

emergency, the leave application must be submitted within

a week.

Application for sick leave for more than five days will have to be

supported by a Medical Certificate from a Government

Dispensary/ Hospital.

Absence fine without leave is Rs. 1/- per period and Rs. 4/- for the

whole day.

College Hostel

HOSTEL ADMISSION GUIDELINES

The college hostel has as many as 265 seats for new admission

cases. In addition to these seats the college offers an arrangement of

33 students in working women Hostel, Sector- 24 Chandigarh. 'ON

THE SPOT ADMISSION” DOES NOT APPLY TO CANDIDATES

WHO SEEK HOSTEL ADMISSION ALSO.'

The candidates have to apply in advance as per the instructions

given below:

1. Hostel admission for all streams shall be strictly on merit basis.

2. The admission forms for Hostel seekers for all the streams are to

be submitted by 06.7.2009.

3. No forms will be accepted on the day of admission.

4. A candidate seeking admission to the hostel should apply for

hostel seat on prescribed form (available in the Hostel) along with

admission form of the college.

5. Irrespective of the college seats, the hostel seats are limited.

Therefore admission to the college does not ensure the right of

the candidate to the hostel seat.

6. Admission to the hostel will be as per rules and regulations issued

by Chandigarh administration and will be decided by Hostel

Admission Committee.

7. Hostel seat is allotted strictly on merit and for one academic year.

The Principal reserves the right to cancel the seats in case of any

complaint/ default even in the case of old students.

8. Student seeking admission to the hostel is expected to read al the

rules and regulations printed on the back of the hostel admission

form and in the prospectus. Rules and regulations notified from

time to time will be binding on resident students.

9. It is mandatory for the parents and local guardians to accompany

their wards at the time of admission to the hostel.

10. Old resident students should apply afresh for admission. Their

merit and their conduct in the hostel in the previous session will be

taken into consideration. For old residents of the hostel, it is

notified that admission to the hostel is not a matter of right.

11. Interview for hostel admission before the admission committee

will be held after the college admission on the notified dates for

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admission in the college. Students are expected to maintain a

decent dress code in the hostel and college premises.

12. If the candidate fails to report on the day of admission due to any

reason, the candidate loses her claim of position on the merit and

her case will be considered after entire admission schedule of the

college is over and the principal grants permission for the same.

13. At the time of admission, parents are advised to inform the hostel

authorities of any chronic ailment from which the student may be

suffering, so that they are better equipped and prepared to handle

such emergencies. In case this fact is concealed, the student's

seat will be cancelled the moment it is so discovered.

14. Strict action will be taken against the student found indulging in

any sort of ragging. She may even be expelled from the hostel as

well as from the college.

15. Allotment of rooms in the hostel will be strictly accordingly to the

rules framed by the college.

General Rules

1. A resident is required to attend a minimum of 55% of lectures

delivered per month and 75% of the total lectures delivered failing

which she has to vacate her hostel seat.

2. Students who fail to obtain 25% marks in aggregate in house

examination or have lecture shortage will forfeit their hostel seat.

3. Possession and consuming of any kind of intoxicants in the hostel

shall entail expulsion from the the hostel.

4. All the residents are required to take their meals in the hostel

mess. Minimum charges of 40 meals per month will be charged

from each resident.

5. No resident will pass on the key of her room to another resident or

to an outsider.

6. Internal locks/ latch locks are not permitted to be installed in the

hostel room.

7. In case a resident absents herself from classes in the college for

seven days continuously without prior permission, she will be

asked to vacate the hostel. If a resident student's name is struck

from the college for any reason, she will have to vacate the hostel

seat.

8. No student will be allowed t stay in the college hostel during

autumn and Winter break and summer vacation (after University

Examination).

9. Hostel rooms and premises must be kept neat and tidy.

10. Parents will countersign the attendance, house test results,

record of outing of their wards regularly.

11. Habitual defiance of hostel rules will render a resident student

liable to disciplinary action, a special fine and even expulsion from

the college.

12. Resident students are not allowed to take part in any kind of

protest or strikes.

13. Parents of defaulter students can be called by the hostel

authorities any time, so they are advised to take the report of their

wards from the hostel warden from time to time.

14. Married girls are not allowed to stay in the collage hostel. In case a

student gets married during the session, she will have to vacate

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Appoitement of Local Guardian

1. Appointment of a local guardian is mandatory for admission to the

hostel.

2. Parents must submit photographs of local guardian at the time of

admission to the hostel.

3. Male students (real brother and cousins) will not be accepted as

local guardians and will not allowed to enter the college premises.

4. In case of an emergency, local guardians will be informed.

5. Parents/ local guardian must immediately inform in writing any

change in their address or contact number.

6. Hiding of facts or stating of wrong facts will amount to rustication

from the hostel.

7. Only parents/guardian will be allowed to meet their wards from

3:30pm to 5:30 pm on Saturdays and 10:30am to 1:00pm on

Sundays.

Joining the Hostel

1. Resident students are expected to arrive a day before the term

starts.

2. They are expected to bring their own bedding, bed linen. Locks,

tumblers, steel plates, spoons, a bucket, and a mug.

3. Furniture will be issued to the resident students against their

signature. Each student will be responsible for any breakage or

loss of furniture issued to her. Before leaving the hostel she must

obtain a “No Dues” certificate from the warden.

4. Hostel students are not permitted to use private electrical

appliances. In case of a default a fine of Rs 500/- will be imposed

and the electrical appliance will be confiscated. They are also

warned not to tamper with electrical fittings. The collage will not be

responsible for any mishap.

5. The college does not take the responsibility of valuables

(especially mobile phones) and of excessive cash of resident

student. They are therefore advised not to bring jewellery with

them.

The college does not take any responsibility for any action of any girl

that proves fatal or is detrimental to her social position.

Permission to Leave The Hostel

1. Students will not be allowed to leave the hostel before the official

teaching is declared off. They are advised to take prior permission

from the Principal if they make any travel reservation before this

date.

2. If parents want to give a permanent authority to their wards to

leave the hostel for tuition, days-out or home town trip, they must

fill the specified form at the time of admission to the hostel and

sign the register.


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Achievers

Nidhi Chandle, B.P. Ed.

Cricket (Attended India Camp)

Kulbir Kaur

B.P. Ed.

Cycling (Attended India Camp)

Neha Dholi, B.P. Ed.

Baseball (Capt. of Punjab

University)

Ritu Rana, B.P. Ed.

Yoga (Gold Medalist)

Dechan Chorol, B.P. Ed.

Football

Jaskiran, B.A. III

Football

Dawinder Kaur, B.A. III

Weight Lifting

Baljinder , B.A. III

Weight Lifting

Heshma Mongia

B.P. Ed.

Boxing

Rajwinder Kaur, B.A. III

Weight Lifting

Jotparkash Kaur, B.A. III

Weight Lifting

Reena, B.A. II

Yoga, (H.P. State 5th position)

Gymnastic (Inter College

3rd position

Pinki, B.P. Ed.

Gymnastic

Ginny Yadav

B.P. Ed.

Baseball

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Anuradha, B.A. II

Yoga, (H.P. State IInd position)

Gymnastic (Inter College 3rd position

Manpreet Kaur, B.A. II

Yoga, Gymnastic

(3rd in Inter College)


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Achievers

Salochna Devi, B.A. II

Yoga (H.P. 3rd Position)

Babita Rawat, B.A. II

Yoga 2nd Position in H.P. State)

Ritu Sharma, B.A. II

Yoga (H.P. State 3rd Position)

Luxmi, B.A. II

Yoga (4th Position)

Priyanka, B.A. II

Football

Babita, B.A. I

Gymnastic, Yoga

Asha, B.A. I

Weight Lifting

(Bronze Medal Inter College)

Kanchan Gularia, B.A. I

Weight Lifting

(Silver Medal in Inter College)

Deepika, B.A. I

Weight Lifting

(Bronze Medal in Inter College)

Babita , B.A. I

Weight Lifting

(Bronze Medal in Inter College)

Preeti, B.A. I

Weight Lifting

(Bronze Medal in Inter College)

Heights by great men reached and kept

were not attained by sudden flight

but they, while their brethren slept,

were toiling upward in the night.

- Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

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Common Information

Instruction To Fill

The Admission Form

1. Each prospectus contains two forms, a student can apply in any

of the courses.

2. Fill a separate form for each college and each course.

3. Write in blue ink.

4. Fill up all the columns carefully.

5. Write Neatly. Forms with overwriting shall not be accepted.

6. Give the full form of the Board/University from which you have

passed the last examination, e.g. Punjab School Education

Board.

7. Attach the character certificate from the Institution (recognized

and affiliated) last attended. Private candidates should attach a

character certificate issued by a gazetted officer.

8. Attach self-attested copies of the following certificates:

i. Matriculation/ Sr. secondary certificate showing date of birth.

ii.

iii.

iv.

Board/University certificate showing the previous

examination passed.

Certificate of merit/Prizes won, if any

Proof of your residence i.e. Ration Card/ Driving Licence/

Voter's Identity Card (any one)

9. Tick mark Reservation, if any. If reserved Category, attach the

required documents.

10. If you have been declared pass in +2 but have failed in one or

more subjects, mention this fact clearly in the column of the

previous classed passed.

11. Fill the details of the classes passed. You can attach an extra

sheet indicating the marks in individual subjects.

12. Affix one copy of your passport size photograph on the specified

column/place in the admission form.

13. Application incomplete in any respect or received in the office

after the expiry of due date shall not be entertained.

14. Please collect the Acknowledgement slip from the college in

which you are applying for admission.

Important

1. Bring all original certificates and documents at the time of interview.

2. Parents/Guardian should sign the declaration and undertaking

Note

U.T. Pool candidates: Those who have passed their lower qualifying

examination as regular candidates from schools and colleges in U. T.,

Chandigarh

General pool candidates: Those who have passed their lower qualifying

examination from schools and colleges in U.T., Chandigarh.

GENERAL RULES OF ADMISSION

1. Candidates and their parents/guardian are expected to read the

prospectus carefully before applying for admission.

2. Candidates should consult the page of the relevant course and

the college where they want to apply.

3. Admission to the various classes is made strictly on merit in

accordance with the Panjab University and Chandigarh

Administration rules.

4. The merit shall be determined on the basis of marks obtained in

all the subjects opted for by the candidates. In case the marks of

two or more students are the same, the age factor would decide

the merit –the older is senior.

5. The admission forms shall have separate columns for father's

and mother's name. The mother's name along with the father's

names shall be mentioned in all the records. However, in case

some students do not wish to declare the name of either mother

or father, they may not be forced to do so and no one be denied

admission on this ground.

6. For admissions, fraction of marks less than the requisite

percentage shall not be rounded off to the advantage of the

candidate, i.e. 32.9%, 39.9% and 49.9% shall not be rounded off

to 33 %, 40% and 50% etc.

7. It shall be the sole discretion of the Principal/ Admission

Committee to admit or not to admit the detained students of

the college.

8. Students disqualified by any University/ Board shall not be

admitted to the colleges. Such students need not apply

for admission.

9. In case of late declaration pf result by the Panjab University, the

normal admission will take place within 10 working days of the

declaration of the work, subject to the availability of the seats.

This rule will not be applied to a candidate who passes the lower

examination from the other University/ Board. It means that those

students whose result is declared late by the University other

than Panjab University shall not be allowed the late admission to

the colleges under any circumstances.

10. Candidates with the break in their studies will not be admitted to

any colleges until the gap is explained to the satisfaction of the

Principal of the concerned college.

11. For gap year, a student is to supply an affidavit, a specimen copy

which is given on page no. 40.

12. The Principal's decision shall be final and binding regarding

interpretation of rules for admission. Not with standing any rule

incorporated in the Prospectus, the Principal of the college

reserve the right of admission.

13. In case the conduct of student session is not satisfactory, the

Principal has every right to cancel his or her admission.

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Reservation Policy

A candidate applying in a reserved category shall carefully indicate his/her

claim for only one category. In the admission form. In case the candidate

wrongly indicates claim for more than one reserved category, the one

claimed in the first instance shall be considered. No change of category will

be entertained /permitted in the application form or otherwise a later stage.

a) UT Pool:-60% seats of the total sanction intake will be filled up from

amongst the students who passed their qualifying examination from

Institutions recognized by the Chandigarh Administration and

situated in the U.T. of Chandigarh as a regular student of said

College/school subject to the condition that such student must have

studied for two years at Chandigarh and have passed one lower

qualifying examination from these colleges/Schools. These seats will

be termed as 'UT Pool'.

b) General Pool:-40% of the total sanctioned seats will be filled up from

amongst the students who passed their qualifying examination from

Institutions other than those located in the Union Territory of

Chandigarh or otherwise .These seats will be termed as

General Pool.

Scheduled Caste/ Scheduled Tribe

The following percentage of seats is prescribed for the student belonging

to Schedule Castes and Schedule Tribes.

Note: These concessions are not applicable to self-financing course.

UT Pool Schedule Castes-14% Schedule Tribes.-Nil

General Pool Schedule Castes-15% Schedule Tribes.-05%

B.P.Ed.- One Year Course

Total Seats = 50 (Only Girls)

U.T. Pool: (60%) = 30 Seats General Pool: (40%) = 20 Seats

Open= 22 Seats

Open=16 Seats

Reserved

Reserved

SC = 04(14%) SC = 03(15%)

Defence= 02 (5%) Defence= 01 (5%)

Freedom = Fighter= 01 (2%) Freedom = Fighter= Nil

Sports= 01 (2%) Sports= Nil

Note: - In case of students migrated from Kashmir and Foreign

Students, additional seats shall be created by the Panjab University.

If the requisite number of students of SC category in the UT pool is not

available, the seats will be made open to those students belonging to

general category of the said pool. In the general pool if the requisite

number of students belonging to SC/ST categories is not available,

the reservation will be in interchangeable amongst the students of

these categories. However, if seats still remain unfilled these will be

made open amongst the students of the general category of the

said pool.

Ex-serviceman, Dependents of

Defence/ Para Military Personnel etc.

5% of seats in each pool would be filled in from the following

categories of students in order of preference.

a) Sons/ Daughters/spouse of the Defence personnel who are

awardees of gallantry decorations of Paramvir/ Mahavir/ Vir

Chakra in person or Posthumously.

Or

Sons/ Daughters/spouse of the Defence personnel and para

military personnel like GRPF, BSF etc. who died while in service

and were killed or were totally incapacitated in action while in

service and were wholly dependent on them.

b) Sons/ Daughters/spouse of the Defence personnel and Paramilitary

personnel like GRPF, BSF etc. who died while in service

and were wholly dependent on them.

c) Sons/ Daughters/spouse of the Defence personnel and Paramilitary

personnel like GRPF,BSF etc. who were incapacitated

while in service and were wholly dependent on them.

d) Children /Widows of Defence persons killed or disabled to the

extent of 50% or more in actions, wards of gallantry awardees,

Ex- service man and children of serving Defence personnel /

Ex-serviceman.

Note:-

e) Sons/ Daughters/suppose of the Defence personnel and Paramilitary

personnel like GRPF, BSF etc. who are wholly

dependent on them.

The applicants seeking admission under categories (a) are

required to submit the photocopy of citation for gallantry award

failing which they will not be considered for this category.

The applicants seeking admission under category (b) and (c) are

required to submit the certificate from the respective

headquarters regarding death or totally incapacitated while in

service.

The applicants seeking admission to category (d) are required to

submit discharge certificate from service and certificate of

dependence from the Director Zila Sainik Board.

The applicants claiming admission under category (e) are required to

submit the certificate of dependence from the unit in which parents/

suppose is serving.

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Children and Grand Children

of Freedom Fighters

2% seats from each pool will be filled from the children and grand

children of freedom fighters.

A freedom fighter is a person who has either been granted freedom

fighter pension by the Chandigarh Administration or has

been awarded

“Tamra Patra” by the Govt. of India for his political suffering. No person

other than the above mentioned persons will be considered as

freedom fighter for the purpose of reservation of admission. The

requisite certificate will be issued by the Deputy Commissioner of the

District to which student belongs, which will be considered

irrespective of the form in which it is issued

self explanatory.

provided it is

Grand children means son's sons/ daughters or daughter's son

/daughters. Wards of freedom fighters who have been awarded

“Tamra Patra” by the Govt. of India would also be eligible for

reservation under this category. In case of such freedom fighter they

should produce their “Tamra Patra” certificate, freedom fighter

certificate and dependence certificate fro the Deputy Commissioner of

the district in which they reside.

The applicants from this category will not be considered without the

following documents:-

Note:-

i) The photocopy of “Tamra Patra” certificate or freedom fighter

certificate.

ii)

Dependence certificate from the concerned Deputy

Commissioner.

Reservation of Sportsmen/

Sportswomen

a) 2% seats would be filled with sportsmen or sportswomen on the

basis of their merit as per the grading criteria recommended by

Chandigarh Administration. This category shall not be divided in

to UT pool/General pool. Benefits of reservation under this

category shall be available only to the following category of

the students.

i) Those who passed their qualifying examination from any

institution recognized by Chandigarh Administration and situated

in the U. T. of Chandigarh as a regular student of the said

institution, who have studied at Chandigarh institution at least two

years before applying for gradation certificate subject to the

Students seeking admission to this category shall be considered

only:

condition that such students must represent Chandigarh state

etc. in the National /other recognized tournament.

ii) Where Chandigarh Administration has adopted the notification

of other State/ U.T.s on reciprocal basis to give benefit of

reservation in admission in sports category in Chandigarh, they

will be graded as per existing policy of Chandigarh

Administration.

iii) Countersigning of gradation certificate shall only be

admissible on reciprocal basis provided that counter signed

certificate will be graded as per the policy of Chandigarh

Administration.

b) Performance in the following sports discipline will only be

considered for the purpose of sports graduation certificate:

1 2 3

Athletics Archery Badminton

4 5 6

Basketball Boxing Ball Badminton

7 8 9

Chess Cycling Cricket

10 11 12

Football Frencing Gymnastics

13 14 15

Golf Hockey Handball

16 17 18

Judo Kabaddi (NS) Kayaking

19 20 21

Kho-Kho Netball Rowing

22 23 24

Shooting Softball Squesh

25 26 27

Swimming & Canoeing Tennis Table Tennis

28 29 30

Volleyball Wrestling Tennis Weight Lifting

1. If/ his's/ her's age falls within the age group and eligible for

participation in inter-college/ inter university tournaments.

2. If his/ her achievements in sports relate to his/her activities in any

of the three years proceeding to the admission (e.g. for admission

in the year 2005-06 the achievements shall not be prior to

April1, 2002)

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Reservation for other categories

There will be no reservation for any other categories such as:-

1. Backward class

2. Teacher's children, self and spouses.

3. Widow/Divorced / Deserted Woman.

4. Border belt/Backward area.

5. Children of innocent civilians killed/sustained 100% disability by

Foreign Students

2% seats are reserved for foreign students in 4 years' B.P. Ed. The

foreign students should submit along with their-application the

following documents without which they will not be considered for

admission under this category.

Eligibility Certificate

a) If a student seeking admission on the basis of foreign qualification.

b) Long term students visa.

c) Proof of foreign nationality.

Note:-

terrorist/ security forces acting in aid of civil powers. Or children of

victims of November, 1984 riots. Or children of any deserters

killed /100% physically disabled or children of external/internal

migrants. Or physically handicapped/ incapacitated/ mentally

challenged.

6. Children /widows of Panjab police killed/disables in action.

Foreign students residing abroad should apply through their respective

embassies to the Secretary, Government of India, Ministry of External

Affairs, New Delhi.

Foreign students shall have to comply with all the requirements of

Government of India, Chandigarh administration as well as Punjab

University as prescribed by them time to time.

The reservation of seats given above shall be strictly adhered to. In case

seats in the reserved category remain vacant on account of non-availability

of qualified candidates, such seats may be filled up from the general

category. The candidate who had applied for a reserved category will be

considered for a particular category only.

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Rules Pertaining to Academics

Eligibility to Appear in the University Examination

Attendance Requirement

As per the University Regulations, a student is required to attend at

least:

1. 75% of the full course of lectures delivered to his/her class in each

subject offered by him/her.

2. 75% of the periods assigned to practical work in each

concerned subject.

Information on changes, if any, in the eligibility condition would be

available with the concerned committees.

A student who remains absent for more than seven days at a stretch

without sanctioned leave is liable to have his/her name struck off from

the college rolls.

Re-admission : If a student's name is struck off from the college rolls,

he/she is required to seek re-admission within 10 working days, falling

which, his/her admission will stand cancelled.

House Examinations & Internal Assessment for B. P. Ed.

As per the instructions of Panjab University, Chandigarh Internal

assessment based upon September & December Test is to be sent on

the Performa provided by the Panjab University. The assessment

based on 3% marks in September Test and 5% in December Test in

each paper of all the subjects of B. P. Ed and M. P. Ed. Classes.

1. Weightage of 2 marks will be given for attendance, as follows:

(i)Attendance above 85%-2 marks.

(ii)Attendance 75% to 85%-1 marks.

2. Absence or exemption from the examination on any ground (even

medical) is treated as failure with nil marks.

3. Students found guilty of using unfair means in the house

examinations will abide by the decision of the UMC Committees

as per the rules.

4. A student attending NCC Camps/Sports/Cultural Activities will

seek prior permission for absence in September/December

Tests. He/she may be allowed to appear in a Special Test, if held

at the discretion of the principal.

A Student is Required to Obtain

1. A minimum of 40% marks in the aggregate of all subjects in the

house examinations to be eligible to appear in the annual

University examination.

2. A minimum of marks as per the latest Panjab University rules in

the special test, if held at the discretion of the Principal,

subsequent to regular house examinations.

Note:

House Examinations & Internal Assessment for Postgraduate Classes

as per the Panjab University Norms


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Libraries

Leave Rules

The PGGC-11 and GCG-42 libraries are fully computerised and are

equipped with books on various disciplines including B.P.Ed. and M.P.Ed.

Courses. Libraries also subscribe to latest National and Internationals

Journals, Dissertation Abstracts, Magazines and News Papers.

Text Books Library

Under the University grants Commission's schemes for Text Books Library,

sets of standard Text Books are issued to the needy students up to the end of

their University Examination.

1. Students should apply for leave on the leave application form available in

the college office.

2. Prior sanction for leave must be taken.

3. In case sickness or an emergency, the leave application must be

submitted within a week.

4. Application for sick leave for more than five days will have to be supported

by a Medical Certificate from a Government Dispensary/Hospital.

5. Absence fine without leave is Rs. 1/- per period and Rs. 4/- for the whole

day.

6. Leave on medical grounds or otherwise does not entitle a student to claim

benefit of lectures or for appearing in the special Test.

Library Rules

1. Identity Card / Library Card-cum-Reader's Ticket / PVC Identity

card / Library Card.

As soon as a student is admitted to the college, he/she will be issued

an Identity Card/ Library Card-cum-Reader's Ticket on production of

the fee receipt. Four ticket size photographs are to be fixed each on

the Identity card and membership card, and two on reader's tickets.

Every student shall keep his/her Identity card on his/her person during

his/her stay in the college. A student who falls to produce the Identity

card on demand may be refused entry in the classes/library and may

become liable for disciplinary action.

2. Issue of Books.

i) Two (Three in case of Hons. and Post graduate classes) books

shall be issued for 14 days.

ii) Overdue fine @Rs. 1/- per book per day shall be charged.

Withdrawal of Admission / Library Security

Withdrawal of Admission: A student should apply for withdrawal

his/her name, failing which the student is liable to pay all college

dues. Until the name is formally withdrawn, the student is liable to

pay all college dues and fines.

College fee/ Annual charges once paid are non-refundable. A

separate application will have to be submitted for withdrawal of

name from the hostel.

Refund and lapse of security of Students leaving college: All

outgoing Students must submit their library Security refund form

(available in the office) to the dealing assistant of the office.

For Students leaving college Mid-Session: Application for refund

of security must be made on the prescribed form immediately on

leaving the college.

Academic Prizes

To encourage better performance in studies, prizes are awarded to

the students on the basis of their results in the house examinations,

subject to the following rules:

A student failing in the house examinations or seeking exemption

on any ground, whatsoever, will not be eligible for the prize.

University prizes will be awarded strictly according to the position

held by the students in the University examinations and notified in

the Panjab University Gazettes.

The special examination, if held, will determine only the eligibility

of the students for the University examination and not for the

academic prizes. However, if a student misses an examination in

one or more subjects due to participation in national / University

competitions but secures a first/ second/ third position in the

subject he/she has appeared for, he/she will be entitled to the

prize.

Special prizes and certificates are awarded for distinction in cocurricular

activities

Note:

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Roll of Honour

The Roll of Honour is awarded to outstanding students on their

winning distinction in academics/co-curricular activities /sports. The

record is maintained in the Roll of Honour Register.

College Colours and

Merit Certificates

Academic prizes, College Colours and merit certificates are

awarded to the students for their outstanding achievements in

academics, sports and other co-curricular activities as per rules laid

down by the college.

Prizes for Annual Events

The Administrator, Union Territory, Chandigarh has given the approval

to a series of Annual events for the students studying in college of Union

Territory, Chandigarh from the current session, on themes linked to

Inter-College General Knowledge Quiz Contest ( Team event)

1st Prize - Rs.10, 000/-

2nd Prize - Rs. 7, 000/-

The following prizes for academic / cultural/ sports activities have

also been instituted in each college under the banner, “The

Administrator's Prize”:

The Administrator's Prize for the best all round student in every

College - Rs. 5000/-

The Administrator's Prize for the best sports person in every

College -Rs. 3000/-

The Administrator's Prize for the best Performance in cultural

activities (2 prizes per college - Rs. 3000/-)

The Administrator's Prize for the best Performance in literary

activities (3 prizes per college - Rs. 2000/-)

The Administrator's Prize for the best NSS Volunteer- Rs. 3000/-

The Administrator's Prize for the Leadership - Rs. 3000/-

The Administrator's Prize for Book Lovers 5 Prizes of Rs. 1000/--each

India's Freedom Struggle and the vision of a Resurgent India as per

details given below:

Essay Competition (The essay will be on a theme related to

National Prize and development – oriented Issues (Individual

events):

1st Prize - Rs. 5, 000/-

2nd Prize - Rs. 3, 000/-

3rd Prize - Rs. 2, 000/-

Upto 5 Special Mentions - Rs. 1, 000/-

Upto 5 Consolation Prizes - Rs. 500/-

College/Poster-Making Competition on a theme of Social or

National Relevance (Individual events):

1st Prize - Rs. 5, 000/-

2nd Prize - Rs. 3, 000/-

3rd Prize - Rs. 2, 000/-

Upto 5 Special Mentions - Rs. 1, 000/-

Upto 5 Consolation Prizes - Rs. 500/-

Best Play on a theme of Social Relevance:

1st Prize - Rs. 10, 000/-

2nd Prize - Rs. 7, 000/-

3rd Prize - Rs. 5, 000/-

3 Special Mentions - Rs. 1, 000/-

Concessions & Scholarships

(For Various Categories of Students i.e. SC, Physically Handicapped, Economically Weaker Sections, etc).

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The various concession scholarship

& other facilities are as under

1. General student: concession in fee;( Refer to common fee

concession application form given in the Prospectus). Half tuition

fee concession is given to 10% of admitted students.

2. Half free brother / sister concession: A student whose elder

brother / sister is paying full fee in any Govt. College of

Chandigarh Administration, should apply for concession within

15 days after getting admission in their respective college / same

college.

3. Concessions for descendant of Kargil martyrs / permanently

disabler concession in college fee and hostel fee will be given to

descendants of Kargil martyrs / permanently disable vide letter

No. misc./A-6/35013725 dated 18.4.2007 received from the

Punjab University.

4. SC/ST Student: All SC/Stare eligible for free books and

stationery. Under this scheme, the Education Department,

Chandigarh Administration provides free books and stationery

to each student under:

1) Arts – Rs. 250/-

2) Commerce – Rs. 250/-

3) Science – Rs. 350/-

5. Non Hindi Speaking Scholarship: To Encourage the study of

Hindi in Non-Hindi Speaking state and to make available to the

Government of these state suitable personnel for teaching and

other posts where knowledge of Hindi essential , Scholarship are

sanctioned under the Govt. of India state for post-metric studies

in Hindi. Five Scholarship are given by the Chandigarh

Administration as follow: Rs. 500/- p.m for B.A/B.Sc/B.Com.

(Pass, Courses & Honours) l, ll, lll Rs. 1000/-p.m for M.A. l, ll

6. Meritorious students Scholarship under the Govt. of India

national Scholarship scheme and UT state merit Scholarship

scheme meritorious students are given Scholarship @Rs.100

p.m, of which 86 Scholarships are given under the Govt. national

Scholarship scheme and 21 Scholarship are given under the UT

merit Scholarship.

Other Scholarship/Stipends

The cases of all eligible students are recommended for grant of

following Scholarships / Stipend /Awards:

1. Indian Council for Cultural Relation Scholarship.

2. Post-matric Scholarship for SC/ST student.

3. Award Scholarship out of P.U students' relief fund.

4. Award of P.U sports stipend.

5. Scholarships are also given to student whose earning parent dies

and the family income therefore falls within the prescribed

income limit as given in the centrally sponsored scheme of postmatric

Scholarship for SC/ST student.

6. Award of Chandigarh (UT) Govt. Merit Scholarship (Eligibility to

be determined on the basis of result of Final Examination).

7. National merit Scholarship DPI (C) Punjab.

8. State Merit Scholarship DPI (C) Punjab.

9. Post-merit studies in Hindi DHE, Chandigarh Administration.

10. Students' Aid fund.

Code of Conduct and Discipline

1. Students are expected to maintain proper discipline in and

outside the class room /college campus.

2. Students must be punctual and regular in the class & House

Examinations.

3. Parents are requested to attend the parent–teacher Meeting

and remain in touch with the family members to keep track

of their ward's academic performance.

4. Students are expected to be courteous and respectful

toward all the staff members.

5. Use of the Mobile Phone in the class room and library is

strictly prohibited.

6. Smoking, drinking and playing cards on the college campus

is strictly prohibited.

7. Disciplinary action will be taken against those who are

found guilty of causing damage to the college property.

8. Students must make it a point to read the Notice Board daily.

Ignorance of orders/notices duly displayed on the Notice

Board shall not be accepted as an excuse for noncompliance.

9. Students violating rules and resorting to indiscipline are

liable to be punished in the form of heavy fine, withdrawal of

concession or stipends and even expulsion from the

college in extreme cases.

10. Students who are under-age and do not have a valid driving

license for a two wheeler are not allowed to drive as per the

direction of the Hon'ble Punjab and Haryana high court.

They are advised not to bring their vehicle to the college.

11. Students must park their vehicle at the cycle/scooter stand.

Plying of vehicle on the college campus is not allowed.

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Specimen Application form for Fee Concession / Scholarship

Name___________________________________________Roll No._______________________Class_______________________

1. Father's Name/ Guardian's Name___________________________________________________________________________

2. Designation / Organisation / Occupation______________________________________________________________________

3. Address_______________________________________________________________________________________________

4. Permanent Address______________________________________________________________________________________

5. Particulars of previous class____________________________Roll No.______________________Session_________________

Concession No.__________________Concesssion Availed.

Sr. No. Student Categories Concession Categories Requirements To Avail Tick The Relevant

The Concession Columns

1. General Students Half fee concession Income of parents

(tuition fee)

from all sources per

annum up to Rs. 1 Lakh

2. Students whose elder Half fee concession Certificate/ Reciept

brother/sister is (tuition fee) of payment of fee.

paying full fee in any

Govt. College of Chd.

3. Decedents of Kargil Fee concession Valid certificate from the

Martyrs Hostel fee concession ministry of defense.

4. SC / ST students Fee concession Parents' income up to

Rs. 1 Lakh per year.

5. SC / ST students Free books & stationery SC/ST certificate

Rs.250/- Arts/Com,

All SC / ST students are

& Rs. 350 Science

eligible.

6. Students from non-hindi Scholarship of Rs. 500/- pm for Certificate of Non-Hindi

speaking states for Post B.A./B.Sc./B.Com (Pass & Honours) speaking state.

Matric Studies in Hindi

I, II, III; B.P.Ed I, II, III, IV; B.P.Ed.

one year and For M.A./

MPEd I, II Rs. 1000/-

7. Meritorious Students 21 merit scholarships under U.T. Merit Certificate.

Merit Scholarship Scheme

and 86 under GOI National

Scholarship Scheme

8. Poor / Needy students Financial Aid out of students' Income Certificate /

Aid Fund & Red Cross

Fund Affidavit.

Note: i) Attach documentary evidence in support of your claim

ii) For details refer to relevant section on concessions, scholarships and prizes in prospectus.

For office use only

Signature of the Applicant

Signature of Concession In-Charge

Signature of Principal

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Specimen of Affidavit for Gap Year

I, ______________________________________________,S/o/D/o Shri____________________________________,

R/o ________________________________________________________________________________________, do

Hereby solemnly affirm and declare as under :-

1. That I am seeking admission in _______________________________________________________,

Chandigarh.

2. That I passed my _____________________________examination during 200_______

3. That during mygap period from ______________ I did not take part in any political activity.

4. That during my gap period from _______________________ there is no criminal case lying pending against me in a

court or Police Station.

5. That due to ___________________________________________________________________________________,

I had dropped my regular studies for ______year/years.

6. That I bear a good moral character.

( On non – Judicial paper of Rs. 20/- duly attested by 1st class magistrate)

Place:

Dated

DEPONENT

VERIFICATION

Verified that the contents of above affidavit are true and correct and that nothing has been concealed therein.

Place:

Date:

(To be submitted in duplicate)

DEPONENT

( On non – Judicial paper of Rs. 20/- duly attested by 1st class magistrate)

I,________________(name), father/ mother of Miss_________(full address to be given) resident of

_________________________ do hereby, solemnly declare and affirm as under :-

1. That I am a citizen of India.

2. That Miss__________born on_____________is girl child of the deponent.

3. That the deponent has no male child.

Specimen of Affidavit for Single Girl Child

4. That the deponent has the following children and none else:

i) Name ii) Sex iii) Date of Birth

5. That neither the deponent nor the aforenamed girl child of the deponent have obtained/ availed the benefit granted under

this category, in this University / Institute including its affiliated colleges.

Place:

Dated:

DEPONENT

VERIFICATION

Verified that the contents of the above affidavit are true and correct and that nothing has been concealed therein.

Place:

Date:

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Prospectus Committee

Patron in Chief : Mr. Ram Niwas Yadav, IAS.

Education Secretary, Chandigarh Administration

Patron : Mr. D. K. Tiwari, IAS.

Director, Higher Education, Chandigarh Administration

Chairperson : Dr. A. L. Gauba, Principal, PGGC-11, Chansdigarh

Co-Chairperson : Dr. Nindru Bal, Principal, G.C.G. 42, Chandigarh

Convener :

Mrs. Manjit Brar, Vice-Principal, P.G.G.C.-11, Chandigarh

Co-ordinators : Dr. R. S. Brar, P.G.G.C. -11, Chandigarh

Mrs. Anju Chopra, GCG -42, Chandigarh

Members : Mr. V.K. Devashwar P.G.G.C 11, Chandigarh

Ms. Suman Gandhi, G.C.G. 42, Chandigarh

Ms. Hardeep Kaur, G.C.G. 42, Chandigarh

Mr. Prashanta K Das, P.G.G.C. 11, Chandigarh

Fee Structure

Fee Structure for B.P.Ed. and M.P.Ed.

Courses for the Session 2009-10

will be displayed at the respective

colleges at the time of admission

as per the latest instructions of

Chandigarh Administration and

Punjab University, Chandigarh

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Prospectus on Internet

This prospectus is also available on the website of Chandigarh administration http://chandigarh.nic.in. The prospectus and

the admission form can be downloaded and submitted to the college where a student wants to seek admission. Apply on a

separate admission form for each college and each course.

A Bank Draft of Rs. 125/- should be attached along with the form, both in case of new and old students who download the

prospectus. It should be addressed to Principal, Govt. College_______________, Sector______, Chandigarh. The

student should mention the name of the college as above on the bank draft

The form may be sent through registered post or submitted at the counter of the college in which admission is being sought

Date of Publication of Prospectus :

Price : Rs. 125/-

Sd/-

Director Higher Education

Chandigarh Administration

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State-wise List of fake Universities as on 18thJanuary, 2009

As per the UGC website the list of the fake universities as on 18th 12. D.D.B. Sanskrit University, Putur, Tirchi, Tamil Nadu.

February, 2009 is as follows:

13. Indian Institute of Alternative Medicine, Kolkatta.

1. Maithili University/Vishwavidyalaya, Darbhanga, Bihar

14. Mahila Gram Vidyapath/Vishwavidayalya (Women's Putur, Tirchi,

2. Varanaseya Sanskrit Vishwavidyalaya, Varanasi(UP) Jagatpuri, Tamil Nadu), Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh.

Delhi

15. Indian Education Council of U.P. , Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh.

3. Commercial University Ltd., Daryaganj, Delhi.

16. Gandhi Hindi Vidyapith, Prayag, Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh.

4. United Nations University, Delhi

17. National University of Electro Complex Homeopathy, Kanpur,

5. Vocational University, Delhi Uttar Pradesh.

6. ADR-Centric Juridical University, New Delhi. 18. Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose University(Open University),

Achaltal, Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh.

7. Indian Institue of Science and Engineering, New Delhi.

19. Uttar Pradsh Vishwavidyalya, Kosi Kalan, Mathura, Uttar

8. Badaganvi Sarkar World Open University Education Society, Pradesh.

Karnataka.

20. Maharan Pratap Shiksha Niketan Vishwavidayalya, Pratapgarh,

9. St. John's University, Kishanatam, Kerela. Uttar Pradesh.

10. Kesarewani Vidyapith, Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh. 21. Indraprastha Shiksha Parishad, Noida Phase-II, Uttar Pradesh.

11. Raja Arabic University, Nagpur, Maharashtra. 22. Gurukul Vishwavidyalya, Vrindavan, Uttar Pradesh.

Note:

The matter of recognition of degrees like B.Ed / M.Ed. etc. awarded by the Bhartiya Shiksha Parishad, Lucknow and also its

recognition is still subjudice.


Ban on Ragging

RAGGING

The following instructions should be noted for strict compliance:

RAGGING IS STRICTLY PROHIBITED

As per the UGC letter No. F1-8/2006(CCP-II) dated February, 2008, addressed to te Registrar, Punjab

University, Chandigarh, the Hon'ble Supreme Court of India has strictly banned ragging in the Educational

Institutions.

If any incident of ragging comes to the notice of the authority the concerned student shall be given liberty to

explain and his explanation is not found satisfactory, the authority would expel him from the institution.

Ragging includes disorderly conduct whether by words, spoken or written or by an act which has the effect of

teasing, treating and handling with rudeness any other student, indulging in rowdy or in disciplined activities

which cause or are likely to cause hardship or psychological harm or to raise fear or apprehension in a fresher

or a junior student.

Anti-Ragging Help lines have been formed in all the colleges.

Say no to Ragging


DRUGS

OUR PLEDGE

We pledge to fight the rising levels of drug, smoking and

tobaco consumption and live a drug free life.

We pledge to start a mission to empower the youth to work

for awareness of, treatment of, and recovery from addiction.

We pledge to form a "Circle of Friendship" and launch

support programmes for creating a tobacco, smoking and

drug free world.

Pledge undertaken by

Government Colleges, Chandigarh Administration, Chandigarh


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