Guru Gobind Singh College for Women, Sector-26, Chandigarh released its College Prospectus for the session 2022-23.
The College prospectus as well as the Hostel prospectus was unveiled by S. Gurdev Singh (IAS Retd), President, Sikh Educational Society, Col (Retd) Jasmer Singh Bala, Secretary, Sikh Educational Society and S. Karandeep Singh Cheema, Joint Secretary, Sikh Educational Society and the College Principal, Dr. Jatinder Kaur.
The College prospectus is available on College website ggscw.ac.in for online admissions.
The College Prospectus explicitly states the institute’s tireless endeavours towards imparting value-based quality education to transform young women into confident and successful individuals. A detailed description of academic courses, value added courses, faculty, co-curricular and extra- curricular activities, cultural and placement events, sports achievements, incentives and scholarships for meritorious/sports students has been provided.
Applicants can register on Admission portal: https://admission.ggscw.ac.in/
The placement cell of Guru Gobind Singh College for women in collaboration with with RGNIIPM organised an online workshop on Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) - Patent & Designs process under the National Intellectual Property Awareness Mission of Government of India (NIPAM) on 21st June, 2022.
The workshop was attended by all the students, teaching and non-teaching staff of the college. Ms. Pooja Vishal Maulikar, a faculty of RGNIIPM, Nagpur, who is also an examiner of patents and designs was the resource person for the workshop. She enlightened the audience about the various processes involved with the management of Intellectual Property Rights. Principal, Dr Jatinder Kaur extended a warm vote of thanks to the resource person and lauded the efforts of the placement cell for organising the workshop which can help all to manage issues related to IPR.
International Yoga Day is observed every year on June 21st to raise awareness about this ancient Indian practice and to celebrate the physical and spiritual prowess that yoga has brought to the world. It plays an important role in relaxing the mind and body while boosting the immune system. The 8th International Yoga Day was celebrated on 21st June, 2022 by the students of Guru Gobind Singh College for Women, Sector-26, Chandigarh with great enthusiasm. The session was held in the college campus from 7:00 am to 8:00 am by Ms. Kirti. The session began with warm up exercises and omkar chanting. Total 120 students participated and performed pranayama, various sitting and standing ‘Asanas’. Dr. Aman Thour, Dr. Amolak Bhullar and Ms Arshveer Kaur participated in the event. The Principal, Dr. Jatinder Kaur applauded the efforts of the students and the faculty.
To commemorate Cyber Awareness Week, an awareness drive by Raahat Welfare Society of Guru Gobind Singh College for Women, Sector 26, Chandigarh was carried by visiting Kishangarh village wherein an effort was made to undertake door to door awareness sessions for sensitizing the residents of Kishangarh regarding the sky rocketed cyber crimes prevailing in the city. Cyber related fraudulent activities were brought into the limelight of local shopkeepers. They were briefed of certain do’s and don’ts such as not to download any apps, managing social media settings, strengthening the passwords, not to get into the baits used by criminals such as enticing lottery ticket messages, assured them to not share any bank detail or Aadhar card number to unknown people and apprised them of helpline number such as 1930 or visit www.cybercrime.gov.in in times of any cyber crime related events. College team compri
Guru Gobind Singh College for Women commenced the celebrations, marking the 50th year of its establishment on June 15th, 2022 by invoking divine blessings with recitation of Nitnem Path during Amrit Vela at 5:30 am which was followed by Shabad Kirtan. The inaugural event of the Golden Jubilee Samaroh brought together Staff and students celebrating the holy occasion of Sangrand (new month), followed by Guru ka Langar. President Sardar Gurdev Singh (Retired I.A.S. Officer), Secretary and Joint Secretary, S Karandeep Singh Cheema thanked the Almighty and praised the Principal, Dr Jatinder Kaur and the organisers for the successful and happy beginning to the Golden Jubilee celebrations. The auspicious occasion was solemnized with the unveiling of the logo for the Golden Jubilee by honourable Sardar Gurdev Singh, Sardar Karandeep Singh Cheema and Principal Dr. Jatinder Kaur. A Chabeel was also organised outside the College to give relief to passersby from the scorching heat.