CLUBS AND CELLS
1. CELL FOR WOMEN STUDIES AND DEVELOPMENT
For centuries women have been suffering from slavery of all sorts-
physical, mental, emotional and so on. This cell is actively engaged in
awakening of students to the crime against women that are rampant in
society. The cell organizes workshops and invites scholars to express their
views thereby. I aims at bringing practical empowerment to the students.
2. ANTI- RAGGING CELL
As per direction of the Honorable Supreme Court on Anti Ragging Cell is
functioning which includes teachers, parents and some students also. Anti-
Ragging cell always ensures that ragging does not take place in the college.
Students are given lectures and counseling to make them responsible human
3. RED RIBBON CLUB Red Ribbon in the
college aims at making the students aware of the deadly disease-AIDS. This
club organizes seminars and meetings with the doctors to spread awareness
and teach precautionary measures to check the spread of AIDS because cure is
yet to be fully available, only precautions can stop the spread of HIV.
4. LEGAL LITERACY CLUB This club is the
result of RTI Act(2005) in which students are given awareness of society,
rights of individuals and free facilities available for all individuals
provided by the govt.
5. EQUAL OPPORTUNITY CENTRE
Equal Opportunity Centre is established in the
college to oversee the effective implementation of policies and programmes
for disadvantages groups, to provide guidance and counseling with respect to
academic, financial, social and other matters and to enhance the diversity
within the campus. It organizes periodic meetings to monitor the progress
and different schemes and looks into the grievance of the weaker section of
the society and suggest amicable solutions to it. Representatives of staff
and students constitute the club.
6. REDRESSAL CELL There is a redressal
cell in the college which deals with the complaints of students, teachers
and non-teaching staff and removes them.
After independence the Present day NCC under the
ministry of defense came into existence on 16 April 1948 through NCC act
XXXI, 1948. The National Cadet Corps in India is a Voluntary organization
which recruits Cadets from high schools, colleges and universities all over
India, with the aim to develop character, comradeship, discipline,
leadership, secular outlook, refers services amongst the youth of the
NCC Provides a suitable environment to motivate the youth to taking up a
career in the Armed forces. National Cadet Corps develop with the motto of
Unity and Discipline (EKTA AUR ANUSHASSAN)
Participation of NCC students in various events
( Session 2012-13)
1. 10 NCC Cadets attended a trekking camp at
Shimla from 15.6.2012 to 23.6.2012.
2. 5 NCC Cadets attended T.S.C-I Camp at Govt College for Girls, Patiala
from 19.7.2012 to 28.7.2012.
3. 3 Cadets attended T.S.C-II Camp at Ropar Academy from 11.8.2012 to
4. 27 Cadets participated in 15 August parade and paraded at War Hero
Stadium and got certificate for participation. The parade was led by N.C.C.
senior commander Miss Gagandeep.
5. 25 Cadets attended A.T.C. Camp at Indus Public School, Badala from
25.8.2012 to 3.9.2012 and got certificates.
6. One student Sarbjeet Kaur D/o S. Dhan Singh got selected for R.D. parade.
She attended the T.S.C. Camp at Indus Public School dated 25.8.2012 to
3.9.2012. She has been selected for further activities.she also attended RD
camp at Ropar dated 13.10.2012 to 22.10.2012.
7. Miss Sarbjeet Kaur D/o S. Dhan Singh attended the R.D. Camp at Ripudaman
College, Nabha dated 30.9.2012 to 9.10.2012.
8. 29 Cadets attended A.T.C. Camp at Cheema Sahib from 12.10.2012 to
21.10.2012 and got certificates.
Participation of Cadets in ( 26.1.2013)
Republic Day Parade 1. 25 Cadets of Akal Degree College for Women,
Sangrur participated in 26.1.2013 parade at War Heroes Stadium, where they
presented salute to Mr. Sikander Singh Malooka, Minister for Higher
Education and Language, Punjab. The parade was led by senior under officer.
Miss Gagandeep Kaur. Our College got second position among all and got first
position among schools and colleges. The chief guest awarded them trophy.
NCC day was celebrated in the college campus
with the aim to make the students aware of the social evils. Students
performed skit against drug addiction and participated in debate regarding
National Services Scheme (NSS)
National Services Scheme (NSS) aims at developing in students an insight
to identify and tackle the problems and need of society. It teaches the
dignity of labour and also trains them for leadership. The main features of
the NSS programmes have been training the youth in creating awareness drug
abuse and social evils, organising blood donation camps, encouraging them to
offer ‘selfless service’ towards humanity and campaigning for environment
In the beginning of the session 158 NSS volunteers (1 unit) were enrolled by
the Programme Officer Mrs. Gurbarjesh Kaur. Activities of the NSS unit are
1. Van Mahotsav was celebrated in the college premises on 30-08-2012. Mrs.
Shailinder Kaur inaugurated the program by planting a Gulmohar sapling.
2. Keeping the health of students in view a team under S. Harmohan Singh was
invited to check the Blood Group and HB of the students. Blood group of 75
students was checked.
3. An exhibition of antique handicrafts and utensils that are now becoming
extinct was organised In order to remind the students of their rich heritage
4. On 21-12-2012 a visit to the Pingalwara Sangrur was organised to
inculcate the spirit of self-sacrifice and charity for under-privileged
inmates. They also visited the old aged home with a view to inspire the
young generation to look after the aged and respect them.
5. A seven day camp from 30-09-2012 to 06-10-2012 was organised in which 75
volunteers participated. Various activities like debates, poster-making,
poem recitation, slogan writing etc. were organised. Gandhi Jayanti was
celebrated on October 2, 2012. A discussion on the topic of “Bullying among
Adolescents” was held. Above all the volunteers showed their skills by
making nests out of the waste material with a view to improve the
environment. Their motto was “Make Nests Save the Environment”. Mrs Nisha
Sarad, former D.P.I. Colleges (Punjab) was invited as the chief guest on the
closing ceremony of the camp.
7. A newspaper PUNJABI AKAL NATIONAl was
launched by Dr Sukhmeen Sidhu, Principal on November 1, 2012 i.e. Punjab
Divas. The NSS volunteers contributed their articles for this fortnightly
VISIT TO DISTRICT MUSEUM
On March 5, 2012 NSS volunteers and members of youth club visited the
district museum where they saw antique things, dresses and weapons related
to the erstwhile rulers of jind. NSS programme Officer Prof. Gurbarjesh Kaur
and Youth Club coordinator Prof Shavinder Kaur accompanied them and
explained the historical importance of Banasar Bagh in which this museum is
located in the Diwan Khana building. Diwan Khana, Baradari and Banasar Bagh
are a part of national achiver.
VISIT TO ADOPTED SCHOOLS
The NSS volunteers have adopted Eklavya
School, Dhibar Basti, Sangrur Where majority of students are from
disadvantaged groups. Students visit this school frequently and donate
books and clothing items to the needy. The aim of this plan is to
promote the spirit of social service in the students.
NATIONAL A newspaper was launched by Dr.Sukhmeen Sidhu, Principal on
november1, 2012 i.e. Punjab Diwas. The NSS volunteers contributed their
articles for this fortnightly newspaper.