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The Gender Champion's Club of Guru Gobind Singh College for Women, Sector-26, Chandigarh organised a special talk on: "Why Emotional Empowerment is Important for Girls". Ms. Aruti Nayar, Vice President, 'Samvedna- towards a Gender Equal Society', graced the occasion as the guest speaker. In her talk, she focused on the importance of the emotional needs of working females in contemporary society.

 

Ms. Nayar explained in detail the concept of women empowerment and the various dimensions and parameters associated with it. She also suggested some ways to change the emotional mindset of working women which will eventually assist in attaining the goals of women empowerment, effectively.

 

Principal, Dr. Jatinder Kaur, applauded the efforts of the organisers and expressed hope for students, to reap maximum benefits out of such occasions.

 

 

 

 

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Panjab University Youth & Heritage Festival (Zone B), hosted by Guru Gobind Singh College for Women, Sector 26, Chandigarh, entered its third day in the presence of S. Harpal Singh Cheema, Minister of Finance, Govt. of Punjab and Dr. Vijay Namdeorao Zade (IAS), Finance Secretary, Chandigarh, the esteemed Chief Guests on the occasion. S. Harpal Singh Cheema thanked the SES Management and Principal for the invitation and applauded the participants and prize winners for their mesmerizing performances. He also congratulated the Principal for the achievements of the College and motivated students to work towards a brighter future of Punjab. The focus of the day was on Indian folk tradition and culture. Various parallel events for the day ranged from diverse traditional and folk-dance items to heritage singing items. Dr Namdeorao Zade, too, appreciated and lauded the efforts of all the participants and accorded prizes to the winners.

The prize winners for the various Dance items were:

Classical Dance was won by PGGCG-42 (1st), followed by PGGCG-11 (2nd) and third place was shared by GGSCW-26 and MCM DAV 36.

In Group Dance General, PGGCG-11 came in first, GGSCW-26 in second and third position was shared by PGGCG-42 and GHSC-10. In the individual category of the same event, Sivani (PGGCG-11) was placed first, followed by Muskan (GGSCW-26) in second and third place was shared by Prabhjot (GHSC-10) and Bhumika (PGGCG-42)

Folk Dance (Luddi) was won by MCM DAV 36, followed by PGGCG-11 in second and third place was shared by GGSCW-26 and DSCW-45. Individual prizes were won by Abhijeet Kaur (PGGCG-11), with Pranamya Joshi (MCM DAV 36) in second and Sukhmehak Kaur (MCM DAV 36) in third for the same.

The Heritage Song items were won by:

Ladies Traditional & Ritualistic Songs of Punjab was won by PGGCG-42, followed by PGGCG-11 in second and GGSKCW, Jhar Sahib in third place. Jashanpreet Kaur (PGGCG-42) was adjudged the best in the individual category, with Ashwinder Kaur (GGSCW-26) in second and Manjeet Kaur (GGSKCW, Jhar Sahib) in third for the same.

In Kavishri, PGGCG 42 came in first, followed by DSCW 45 in second and GGSKCW, Jhar Sahib in third. Individual prizes were won by Ramanpreet Kaur (PGGCG-42) in first place, with Ritika (DSCW-45) in second and Amanjot Kaur (GGSKCW, Jhar Sahib) in third place.

Vaar Singing was won by PGGCG-11 (1st), followed by DSCW-45 (2nd) and GGSCW-26 (3rd). In the individual category, Anmolpreet Kaur (DSCW-45) was adjudged first, with Manjinder Kaur (PGGCG-11) in second and Paramjit Kaur (GGSCW-26) in third in the same category.

In Kali Singing, DSCW-45 was placed first, with PGGCG-11 in second and PGGCG-42 in third. Individual prizes were won by Anmolpreet Kaur (DSCW-45), Navjot Kaur (PGGCG-42) in second and Manjinder Kaur (PGGCG-11) in third position under the same category.

Principal, Dr Jatinder Kaur, thanked the Chief Guest and the various guests for their kind words and congratulated the winners as well as all the participants for an exciting third day of the Youth Festival which highlighted the various aspects of our heritage and culture.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Panjab University Youth & Heritage Festival (Zone B), hosted by Guru Gobind Singh College for Women, Sector 26, Chandigarh, entered its second day in the presence of the honourable Chief Guest, Sh. Nitin Kumar Yadav, IAS, Home Secretary, Chandigarh. He appreciated and lauded the efforts of all the participants and congratulated both the winners and participants on the occasion. He also laid stress on transforming Chandigarh into a futuristic city with the assistance of technological intervention. Parallel events for the day ranged from diverse Theatrical items to Heritage Quiz and Heritage Art & Craft items. In the evening, Sh. Kartar Cheema, Punjabi actor and model, graced the occasion as the Chief Guest and motivated the participants with his words. He applauded the dedication of young and budding participants and congratulated all the prize winners.

The prize winners for the various Theatrical items were:GGSCW-26 won first place in One Act Play, followed by PGGCG-42 (2nd) and PGGCG-11 (3rd). While Jasnoor was declared best actor in the One Act Play(MCM DAV 36), Vanisha (PGGCG-11) came in second and Sakshi (GGSCW-26) came in third.

Histrionics was bagged by Nandini Punjani (PGGCG-42), followed by Karuna Gulati (PGGCG-11) in second and Jyotsna Kamboj (MCM DAV 36) in third place.

In the Skit category, GGSCW-26 placed first, with PGGCG-42 in second and PGGCG-11 in third. Sneha (PGGCG-42) was adjudged the best actor in the same category, followed by Komal (GGSCW-26) who was placed second and Pooja (PGGCG-11) in third.

Mimicry was bagged by Kanika Shahi (GGSCW-26), followed by Mehak Rana (PGGCG-42)in second and Riya Balling (DSCW-45) in third. Mime was won by PGGCG-11, with MCM DAV-36 in second place and PGGCG-42 in third. Bipina Rana (GGSCW-26) was placed first in the individual category of Mime, followed by Bhanu Priya (PGGCG-11) in second and Bhawna (GHSC-10) in third.

DSCW-45 bagged the first prize in Bhand, followed by GGSCW-26 in second and PGGCG-11 in third. Ruth (PGGCG-11) was placed first in the individual category of Bhand, with Nikita (GGSCW-26) in second and Ishika (DSCW-45) in third.

The Heritage Quiz was won by PGGCG-11, with PGGCG-42 in second and MCM DAV 36 in third.

In the different Heritage Art & Craft items GGSKCW, Jhar Sahib won first place in the Phulkari(Embroidery) category, followed by GHSC-10 (2nd) and PGGCG-42 (3rd).

In Bagh(Embroidery) GHSC-10 bagged the first position, PGGCG-11 came in second and GGSKCW, Jhar Sahib came in third, while Dasuti/Cross-Stitch (Embroidery) was won by Khushbu (PGGCG-11), followed by Komal Sharma (GGSCW-26) in second and Mansi Dhiman (PGGCG-42) in third place.

Pakhi Designing was bagged by PGGCG-11 (1st), GHSC-10 (2nd) and GGSKCW, Jhar Sahib (3rd).In Crochet Work, DSCW-45 won the first prize, GHSC-10 won the second and the third position was shared by PGGCG-11 and MCM DAV 36. 

Knitting was bagged by PGGCG-42 (1st), PGGCG-11 (2nd) andMCM DAV-36 (3rd) while Mehndi Designing was won by Dharmishtha Dhakad (GGSCW-26), followed by Mantasha (PGGCG-42) in second and Kiran (DSCW-45) in third.

Principal, Dr Jatinder Kaur, thanked the Chief Guest and the various guests for their kind words and congratulated the winners as well as all the participants for a passionate and competitive second-day of the Youth Festival.

 

 

Guru Gobind Singh College for Women, Sector 26, Chandigarh conducted the Student Council Elections on 18th October, 2022 in accordance with the norms of Panjab University Student Council Election Schedule 2022-23.

Isha Moudgil (BCom III) was elected the President, Taranjit Kaur (BCA III) won the post of Vice President, Soni (BA III) was elected as the Secretary and Tanisha Sethi (BCom II) became the Joint Secretary. All the candidates were elected unanimously.

The winners celebrated their victory with great enthusiasm. Principal, Dr Jatinder Kaur, congratulated the winners on the occasion.

 

 

 

The four-day Panjab University Youth & Heritage Festival (Zone B), hosted byGuru Gobind Singh College for Women, Sector 26, Chandigarh, began with fervour and excitement. The esteemed Chief Guest, Sh. Vinay Pratap Singh, IAS (Deputy Commissioner, Chandigarh), inaugurated the Youth & Heritage Festival, Zone B. He also released the Souvenir, commemorating the glorious journey of the College into its 50th year of service in the field of education. He congratulated the SES Management, the Principal, Faculty and Staff for their tireless service towards education of women. The first day of the Festival witnessed events ranging from diverse Musical (Vocal) items to Quiz, Fine Arts items, Rangoli and Installation. During the evening session, Mayor Smt. Sarbjit Kaur graced the occasion as the Chief Guest, along with Sr. Deputy Mayor, Sh. Dalip Sharma as the Guest of Honour. The esteemed guests accorded prizes to the winners of the various events and congratulated both the winners and participants.

The prize winners for the various Music (Vocal) items were PGGCG-11 (1st), GHSC-10 (2nd) andDSCW-45 (3rd) for Group Bhajan, Aanchal (PGGCG-11) won 1st place in the individual category of group Bhajan, Chayanika Garg (PGGCG-11) and Kashish (GHSC-10) shared second place and Tisha (DSCW-45) won the third place. PGGCG-42 (1st) came first, followed byGGSKCW, Jhar Sahib(2nd) and MCM DAV-36 (3rd) in the Group Shabad category. Individual winners for Group Shabad were Isha Narula (PGGCG-42) in first place, Gagandeep Kaur insecond (GGSKCW, Jhar Sahib) and Shani Jha (MCM DAV 36) in third. Classical Vocal category was won by PGGCG-11, followed byMCM DAV 36 (2nd) and PGGCG-42 (3rd).GHSC-10 won first place in Geet category, followed by MCM DAV-36 (2nd). PGGCG-42 came first in Ghazal, followed by PGGCG-11 in 2nd and DSCW-45 in third. In Vocal Folk Song, PGGCG-11 won first place, followed by DSCW-45 (2nd) and third place was shared by PGGCG-42 and MCM DAV-36. The Quiz was won by MCM DAV 36, PGGCG-42 (2nd) and PGGCG-11 (3rd).

The winners for different Fine Arts items were Anchal Verma (MCM DAV 36) in 1st place, Shriya Sharma (MCM DAV 36) in 2nd and Priti Negi (PGGCG-11)in 3rd in the category ofOn the Spot Painting. Sehaj Kaur Tiwana (MCM DAV 36) won first prize inPhotography, followed by Twinkle Sharma (PGGCG-11) in second and Geetanjali Kashyap (PGGCG-42) in third.Simran Kumari (PGGCG-11) won first place in Collage Making, with Asmita Chibbar (MCM DAV 36) in second and Shusmi Yengkhom (MCM DAV 36)in third. Bhoomika (PGGCG-11) bagged first place in Clay Modelling, with Jyoti (GGSCW 26) in second place and Shabd Khanna (GHSC 10) in third place. Noorjot Kaur (PGGCG-11) came first in Cartooning, followed by Guntaj Kaur (MCM DAV 36) in second and Simran (GHSC-10) in third.Ravneet Kaur (MCM DAV 36) bagged first place in Still Life, followed by Vidushi Aggarwal (MCM DAV 36)in second and Manisha (PGGCG-11) in third. Poster Making winners were Anubha Sharma (MCM DAV 36) in first, Jashandeep Kaur (PGGCG-42) in second and Rinki Kumari (PGGCG-11) in third. The Rangoli item was won by Rishika Solanki (PGGCG-42), with Akanksha Rakheja (GHSC-10) in second and Neetu (PGGCG-11) in third. Installation item was finally bagged by PGGCG-11, followed by MCM DAV-36 in second and DSCW-45 in third.

Principal, Dr Jatinder Kaur, thanked the Chief Guests and the various guests for their kind words and congratulated the winners as well as all the participants on a vibrant first day of the Youth Festival.

In order to celebrate 50 Golden years of Guru Gobind Singh College for Women, Sector 26, Chandigarh and cherish various works written by Indian authors, the College library organised the second session of the Storytelling Club, LITERARY BIRDS- The Flight of Fantasy. The session was dedicated to the story of Yashpal , titled "Karva ka Vrat" which was read by Dr Aradhana from the Department of Hindi. More than 50 students attended the session in the College Library. The story is about a newly married couple Lajwanti and Kanhaiya. Before their marriage, the husband is guided to keep his wife in control. Keeping this in mind, Lajwanti is always mistreated and objectified by her husband. On Karva Chauth, Lajwanti decides that she will not fast for her husband. On learning that his wife is not fasting for him, Kanhaiya was devastated and his behaviour changed completely. He realised that his wife, too, was a human being who needed love

and respect. Therefore, the courage to stand up for herself changed Lajwanti's life. This message is the need of the hour: Stand up for yourself, never give anyone permission to abuse you.

Principal, Dr Jatinder Kaur, appreciated the initiative of the Library Committee to promote reading culture among the students.

 

 

The Rotaract Club of Guru Gobind Singh College for Women, Sector-26, Chandigarh organised its annual Installation Ceremony to welcome its new members. The occasion was graced by Dr Rita Kalra (District Chair Rotaract Club), Mr Pradeep Sisodia (Director -Youth Service),Mr JS Bawa (Director -International Service).

They felicitated the new President Ms. Palak, Secretary Ms. Shreya Batra and other newly appointed office-bearers of the club with badges and wished them a bright future. The new members shared their proposed goals for the coming session and promised to uphold the spirit of service and strive towards making the society a better place. This was followed by various cultural performances.

To mark this occasion, Herbal Trees were also planted by the Vice Principal, Mrs. Prabhjot Kaur, guests, staff and other members of Rotaract Club.

The Vice Principal, Mrs. Prabhjot Kaur, congratulated the new members of the board and appreciated the efforts of the club coordinators, Ms Sukhdeep Kaur and Dr Anju Bala in organising the event.

 

Guru Gobind Singh College for Women, Sector-26, Chandigarh signed an MOU with Bajaj Finserv Activate, to provide a certificate programme to its students in Banking, Finance and Insurance. An orientation programme for the same was organised by the Placement cell and Commerce Department of the College which provided students of final year an opportunity to gain understanding of the practical aspects of placement, industry and their employability. They were also apprised about effective communication skills, personal growth and technical skills required to enhance their industrial and entrepreneurial opportunities. The students were advised to make productive use of time for their personal growth and add new skill sets and certifications to their degree course to add value to their resume. More than 250 students participated in the programme.

 
 
 
 
 
 
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