Dept. of Botany, NSS Unit-1 of PSPS GCW Gandhi Nagar and dept. of Botany of School of Sciences CLUJ celebrated World Nature Conservation Day-2023.
Department of Botany, NSS Unit 1 of Padma Shri Padma Sachdev GCW Gandhi Nagar Jammu and Department of Botany of School of Sciences, Cluster University of Jammu celebrated World Nature Conservation Day on 28th of July, 2023.
On this occasion Sh. OP Sharma Vidhyarthi, Former Principal Chief Conservator, gave a detailed lecture to students in the Botanical Garden of Department of Botany on environmental threats and potential risks to nature. He also highlighted the significance of biological diversity, nature conservation and ecological balance.
Around 20 NSS Volunteers and 40 students of BSc. Sem.-4, MSc. Integrated and PG Sem.- 2 of Dept. of Botany School of Sciences participated in the event.
After the awareness lecture a very important plant- Remusatia vivipara was planted in the premises of Botanical Garden, which was a new addition to the garden. Later Prof. Mala Bhasin, HOD Botany also addressed the students and made them aware about the importance of conservation of nature. She also focused on the theme of World Nature Conservation Day, 2023- Forests and Livelihoods: Sustaining People and Planet” and stressed on the strategies to conserve nature, save natural resources and prevent the depletion of resources for our future generations.
Prof. Minu Mahajan, worthy principal of the college lauded the efforts of Dept.of Botany and NSS Unit -1 for organising such important event and planting trees in the premises. The event was attended by Prof. Sugandha Mahajan (NSS PO Unit-1), Dr. Renu Sharma and Prof. Meenakshi Sharma.
Dept. of Botany and NSS Unit-I of PSPS GCW Gandhi Nagar conducted Plantation Drive.
To commemorate the Kargil Vijay Diwas- 2023, Department of Botany and NSS Unit-I of the college organised a Plantation Drive in the college campus on 27th of July, 2023. The drive was carried out by 15 NSS volunteers and students of Botany along with Prof. Mala Bhasin (HoD Botany), faculty members of Botany Dept.- Dr. Renu Sharma, Prof. Sania Hamid and Prof. Sugandha Mahajan( NSS PO Unit-1). A total of 32 medicinal plants and fruit trees were planted in the college botanical garden and surrounding area during the drive. An important medico-religious plant, Phyllanthus emblica (Amla) was also planted in fond memory of Kargil Martyr Major Ajay Singh Jasrotia, by Prof. Minu Mahajan, Principal of the college.The aim of the plantation drive was to pay tribute to Kargil Martyrs as well as to create awareness among the students regarding sustainability and conservation. Prof. Minu Mahajan apprised students about the great sacrifice made by Major Jasrotia, Son of the soil for our Nation. She also lauded the efforts of the NSS volunteers, students and faculty members of Botany Dept. in organizing this plantation drive in the Campus.
PSPS GCW Gandhinagar celebrates International Day of Yoga-2023.
Gandhinagar, June 21, 2023 — Today, on the occasion of International Yoga Day, the NCC Cadets and sports students of Padma Shri Padma Sachdev Govt. College for Women, Gandhinagar Jammu came together to celebrate the importance of Yoga in promoting physical and mental well-being. The event witnessed enthusiastic participation from 100 NCC cadets & students - 50 NCC cadets from the Srinagar Group, Armed ; 15 cadets from Naval, Srinagar Group; 25 cadets from 2J&K Girls Bn.Jammu Group and students from the Department of Physical Education and Sports. Under the guidance of the esteemed resource person, Shri Rakesh Gupta, a renowned yoga expert and trainer currently serving as the Yoga Convenor at Arogya Bharti, Jammu Kashmir and Ladakh, the participants engaged in various yoga exercises and poses. Mr. Gupta's extensive knowledge and expertise in the field of yoga inspired the students to explore the benefits of this ancient practice. The Principal of the College , Prof. Minu Mahajan, extended her encouragement, motivation, and heartfelt congratulations to the NCC Cadets, ANOs (Associate NCC Officers), and staff members for organizing and participating in this event. Prof. Mahajan emphasized the significance of yoga in maintaining a healthy lifestyle and fostering holistic development. The event was graced by the presence of distinguished guests, including Lt. Dr. Revika Arora, ANO 1 JK Girls Bn, SLt. Dr. Neelima Gupta, ANO 1 JK Naval Unit, Lt. Suman Bala, ANO 2J&K Girls Bn. Jammu ; Dr. Roopali Slathia, Director of the Department of Physical Education and Sports and Ms. Anita Kotwal, Hostel Warden. Their presence further elevated the event's importance and encouraged the participants to embrace yoga as a way of life. The celebration of International Yoga Day- 2023 on the theme "Yoga for Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam' one earth, one family, one future" not only highlighted the physical benefits of yoga but also underscored its significance in promoting mental well-being and overall wellness. By engaging in this ancient practice, the students demonstrated their commitment to lead a balanced and healthy life with a focus on academic excellence and co-curricular activities.
The Commerce department of PSPS Government college for women Gandhi Nagar jammu celebrated Commerce Raising Day with newsletter release and alumni meet.
The Commerce department of PSPS Government college for women Gandhi Nagar jammu celebrated Commerce Raising Day with newsletter release and alumni meet. Commerce Department celebrated Commerce Raising Day , along with the release of maiden Newsletter 'VANIJAYA' and the organization of an engaging alumni meet.This momentous occasion marks a significant milestone for the department, highlighting its dedication to fostering excellence in commerce education and cultivating strong connections with its alumni network.Commerce department, established in the college in the year 2013 has shown upward trend of its growth chart during its journey of 10 years. In conjunction with Commerce Raising Day, the department unveiled its maiden Newsletter. This initiative is in line with the department's commitment to academic excellence, holistic education and the overall development of the stakeholders.As a testament to the enduring relationships forged with esteemed alumni, the commerce department hosted an exciting alumni meet.The event aim to foster a sense of camaraderie , create a platform for professional collaboration and strengthen the bond between the alumni and the commerce department. Head of the department Prof. Mamta Gupta expressed her enthusiasm for the event saying, "Commerce Raising Day is a significant occasion for us to reflect on our achievements and celebrate our collective growth.The release of our Newsletter and the alumni meet are essential components of our efforts to engage with our stakeholders and create a thriving community of commerce professionals". Speaking on the occasion, Chief Guest of the day , Dr. Satinder Singh, appreciated the effort of the commerce for organizing this three in one celebration day. He applauded the hard work of the students in bringing up the maiden issue of the newsletter of the deptt 'VANIJAYA' . He also advised the alumni to stay more connected with their juniors and establish this healthy practice of hand holding. Dr. Sudhanshu Sharma, the guest of honor, shared with the students that the mool mantra of success is paying respect to teachers and elders. Speaking on the occasion Prof. Minu Mahajan , principal of the college, congratulated the Hod Commerce and her team of faculty, staff and students for the wonderful celebration. She also remembered and expressed her gratitude to Dr. Kiran Bakshi for her hard efforts for starting Commerce as a full fledged programme in the college.
Students Welfare Committee of P.S.P.S. Govt. College for Women Gandhi Nagar, Jammu in collaboration with Senior Superintendent of Post Offices Jammu, Postal Division Jammu organized awareness camp on Mahila Samman Savings Certificate scheme on 31 st May, 2023.
Students Welfare Committee of P.S.P.S. Govt. College for Women Gandhi Nagar, Jammu in collaboration with Senior Superintendent of Post Offices Jammu, Postal Division Jammu organized awareness camp. The camp focused on Mahila Samman Savings Certificate scheme which was announced by Honourable Finance Minister Smt. Nirmala Sitharaman on 1 February, 2023 exclusively for women and girls child in budget 2023-24. The awareness camp took place on 31 st may 2023 inside the college premises. Organising an awareness camp on MSSC is an excellent initiative taken by the college to promote financial empowerment and encourage women to take control of their financial future. Informational brochures, handouts and other resource materials summarizing key points discussed during the camp were distributed among the students and staff. This will enable the participants to refer back to the information and continue their learning beyond the event. A supportive and empowering environment was created that encouraged women to take charge of their financial well-being. By providing them with the necessary knowledge the camp contributed in building a financial secure future for women. Principal of the College Prof. Minu Mahajan and Student’s Welfare Committee thanked the organisers of the camp Sh. Kewal Chander, Post Master Gandhi Nagar, Head-office, Ms. Rekha Devi, Sr. Suptt. PO Jammu Division, Sh. Pawan Kumar, Sr. Suptt. PO Jammu Division.
Condolence message for Prof. Ved Ghai
Professor Ved Ghai was a scholar of repute, known internationally for her work on Nilmat Puran and classical philosophy. In Sanskrit, she was the ultimate name and for a long time the Department of Sanskrit in University of Jammu was known by her name and work. Her imprint was there for a long time even after she left the Department. But being an academician of repute was just one part of her personality. She was the first real civil society activist of Jammu. Single handedly, she started her organisation Vasudev Kutumbakam that adopted slum children for educational purposes. She would visit various slum colonies in the city and motivate the parents to send children to school. She had a very simple idea of fund raising at that time. She would approach anybody and everybody for giving just one rupee for one day for sponsoring one child's education. That was in 1970s and 1980s. Gradually her organisation attracted more committed women - and this all-women's organisation contributed a lot for the underprivileged people, especially children. Her work was appreciated and her dedication, sincerity and honesty gave her a standing in society and an impeccable reputation. Her work both as an academician as well as a social worker was well recognised and she got the acclaim, appreciation and awards, including the state recognition of Padamshree. As a person she was a simple person who was as humble as one could be. In many ways she was a real Gandhian, not only in her attire but also in her philosophy of life. In her death, Jammu has lost a philosopher, a dedicated social worker, and most importantly a role model. Her post- retirement life was as meaningful as her life as a University teacher. She was a rare woman who had a mission which she followed and worked tirelessly in that direction. Rest in Peace now Professor Ved Kumari Ghai.
Padma Shri Padma Sachdev college organised awareness Program on self employment
Department of Chemistry of PSPS Govt. College for Women Gandhi Nagar Jammu organised “One Day Awareness Program on Self Employment”in collaboration with Department of Lifelong Learning, University of Jammu. Prof. Minu Mahajan, Principal of the college was the chief guest on the occasion. Dr. Reva Khajuria, Counsellor, Employment Information Cum Advisory Bureau, Department of Lifelong Learning, University of Jammu was the guest of Honour. Prof Irvinder kour Head Department of Home Science was the special guest. Dr. Anjana Gupta, Head, Department of Chemistry formally welcomed the guests. Dr. Reva Khajuria talked about the importance of life long learning and it's relevance in the life of students in particular. Dr. Harleen, Assistant Professor of Department of Commerce, University of Jammu was the resource person. She apprised the students about self employment and innovative ideas on starting business like freelancing, vlogging, beauty salon, candle making etc. She further talked at length about the modalities for registering start ups, various government schemes and flagship programs for setting up different levels of business. Prof Minu Mahajan in her address appreciated the efforts of the team in organising a wonderful session aimed at different avenues pertaining to self employment. She stressed on the relevance of such programs in today's fast track world where it becomes more important to make the children self reliant and self sufficient. Dr. Irvinder kour in her address motivated the stake holders to participate in these awareness programs which will surely help them to achieve their goals in the later course of their lives. The event was concluded with a formal vote of thanks by Dr. Deepika Gupta, Associate Professor, Department of Chemistry. Other staff members from the Department of Chemistry who were present on the occasion were Dr. Indu Khajuria, Dr. Shally Chadha, Prof. Anju Bala, Prof. Sweety Verma, Prof. Aran Kumar, Prof. Malti Rajput, Ms. Sama Bashir and Ms. Shally Sharma. The proceedings were conducted by Ms. Naeeya Gupta and Ms. Shreya both students of UG Sem
Padma Shri Padma Sachdev college organised Awareness workshop on Safer Chemistry Labs
Department of chemistry of PSPS Govt. College for Women Gandhi Nagar Jammu organised “one day awareness workshop on Safer Chemistry Labs” for the staff (teaching and non teaching). Prof. Minu Mahajan, Principal of the College, was the chief guest on the occasion. In her address she congratulated the department for organising the workshop having practical utility as it is important to orient the members with safe handling of different chemicals. Ms. Malti Rajput, Assistant Professor, Department of Chemistry, was the resource person. She apprised the staff about the do’s and don’ts in the Chemistry labs. She also explained in detail about the safety measures and first aid measures to be taken in the labs. The workshop was attended by both teaching as well as non teaching staff comprising Dr. Anjana Gupta( HOD), Dr. Indu Khajuria, Dr. Deepika Gupta, Dr. Shally Chadha, Prof. Anju Bala, Prof. Sweety Verma, Prof. Aran Kumar, Prof. Malti Rajput, Dr. Revika Arora, Ms. Sama Bashir, Ms. Shally Sharma, Mr. Hemraj, Mr. Ganesh and Mr. Amit.
Students Standards Club of Padma Shri Padma Sachdev Govt. College for Women Gandhi Nagar Jammu organised standard writing competition in association with BIS Jammu on 30.05.2023.
Students Standards Club of Padma Shri Padma Sachdev Govt. College for Women Gandhi Nagar Jammu organised standard writing competition in association with BIS Jammu on 30.05.2023. The club shared the onus for spreading awareness amongst the students and the faculty regarding the standards of purity given by the BIS. Prof Minu Mahajan, Principal of the host college lauded the efforts of the club and reiterated the pertinance of being awared and informed buyers so that no seller should be able to sell low quality goods to innocent buyers. The resource person, Mr. Marmik Kotwal deputed by Bureau of Indian Standards, Jammu and Kashmir elaborated BIS standard marks with the help of audio visual aids to the participants. Demonstration of BIS Care app was made to check the authenticity of various items available in the market with the help of ISI mark, HUID , R number etc. After the presentation, the standard writing competition was held in which students' members of the club participated. Prof. Minu Mahajan distributed the cash prizes of Rs.1000/-, Rs. Rs. 750/ -, Rs. 500/-, and Rs. 250/- to the students who secured 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th positions respectively. The whole proceedings were conducted by Ms. Haspreet Kour, member of the club under the guidance of Prof Malti Rajput, Mentor of the club.
Take a Pledge to Save Environment - It's time for Nature
59 NCC cadets along with ANO Lt. Suman Bala of 2JK GIRLS BN. of Padma Shri Padma Sachdev Govt. College for Women Gandhinagar Jammu took “Misson Life Pledge” on 29th May,2023 as a part of Puneet Sagar Abhiyan to observe upcoming World Environment Day to be celebrated on 5th June, 2023. The aim of this pledge was to spread awareness among the cadets and College students about inculcating the green initiatives in their lifestyle and contributing their share in saving mother earth.
PSPS GCW Gandhinagar holds an interaction with Founder Kitaab and Kalam
An interactive meet was organised today on 6th May, 2023 in the College Premises. Mr. Guneet Singh , Founder of Kitaab and Kalam Foundation, a NGO works for uplifting the underprivileged sections of society. The aim of this interaction was to discuss the roadmap of various activities to be organised in the month of May ,June and July, 2023. Mr. Guneet and Coordinator, Prof. Suman Bala enlightened the students about mission and vision of said foundation. Various ongoing projects under kitaab and kalam and their execution mode for the welfare of underprivileged children. The meeting ended with the circulation of Registration form and Group photograph.
Two-Day Workshop on PMSSS concludes at PSPS Govt College for Women, Gandhinagar.
The two-day workshop on the Prime Minister's Special Scholarship Scheme (PMSSS 2023-24) concluded successfully today on May 13, 2023 at the prestigious Padma Shri Padma Sachdev Govt. College for Women Gandhinagar. The Guests who graced the second day of workshop with their consequential presence were Mr. Ashok Kumar, Director School Education ; Mr. Sudarshan Kumar, Director Skill Development ; Mr. Pradeep Singh Chib, Additional Secretary, Higher Education, UT of J&K and the team from AICTE - Mr. Kunaljeet Singh, Director SAGB, AICTE ; Mr. R.K.Ganjoo , Assistant Director SAGB, AICTE ; Prof. Ajeet Angral , Consultant SAGB, AICTE. The workshop aimed to bring together the Nodal Officers from various Government Degree Colleges, Polytechnics, and Higher Secondary Schools of Jammu Division to enhance their understanding of the PMSSS and capacity building among the Nodal Officers responsible for overseeing the implementation of the PMSSS. At the outset , the AICTE Team extended their gratitude to Prof. Minu Mahajan, the Principal of the host College for such an enlightening and positive environment.They also appreciated the teaching and non-teaching staff of the College for providing excellent support and made special reference of the Students Council of the College for their exemplary contribution in the successful conduct of the workshop. The team also recognized the efficiency of Principals and Nodal Officers in ensuring the smooth execution of PMSSS at the grassroot level. During the workshop, participants engaged in interactive sessions, panel discussions, and presentations focused on various aspects of the scholarship scheme. Experts and resource persons shared valuable insights on eligibility criteria, application procedures, scholarship disbursement, mentorship programs, and career guidance initiatives available under the PMSSS. Mr. Ashok Kumar, Director School Education, in his address stressed upon counselling of stakeholders about this scheme at the school level and ensured full cooperation from time to time. Mr. Pradeep Singh Chib, congratulated all the Nodal Officers for their endeavors and emphasized the importance of the PMSSS in fostering the talent of youth to realize their full potential thereby creating a brighter future for the students of UT of J&K and Ladakh. The event also provided an opportunity for the participants to network, exchange ideas, and establish collaborations for future endeavors during Q&A Session moderated by Prof.Ajeet Angral, Consultant PMSSS. Prof. Minu Mahajan, Principal of the host College expressed her gratitude towards the Ministry of Education for selecting their institution as the host for this important workshop and urged the Nodal Officers to actively support and guide eligible students in availing the benefits of the PMSSS. The successful conclusion of the two-day workshop on the PMSSS at PSPS Govt College for Women marks a significant step towards strengthening the implementation of the scholarship scheme in Jammu Division. The collective efforts of the Nodal Officers, in conjunction with the Ministry of Education and the Department of Higher Education, will undoubtedly pave the way for a brighter future for the aspiring students of UT of J&K and Ladakh. The proceedings of the event were conducted by Prof.Sugandha Mahajan and the vote of thanks was delivered by Prof. Vijender Kumar, HOD Department of Sanskrit.
PSPS Govt College for Women, GandhiNagar celebrates Jashan-E-Eid.
Eid, the festival that upholds the spirit of brotherhood, love and secularism, was celebrated with great enthusiasm on 28th of April, 2023 by PSPS Govt College for Women, GandhiNagar. Prof Minu Mahajan, Principal, was the Chief Guest on the occasion. She addressed the students and apprised them about the customs and practices of Eid. She also envisioned Eid as a celebration and as a means of self-control and self-diagnosis and emphasised the importance of humanity and universal brotherhood. Advocate Radha Sharma, President Alumni Association of the College graced the occasion with her esteemed presence. The event showcased the rich cultural diversity of India. The program began with a soulful kawwali performance on "Khwaja mere Khwaja" by Prof.Rahul Sharma, Prof. Abhinav Sharma, Prof.Varun Sharma, and Prof.Javaid Iqbal. The students of the College performed a scintillating skit on the play Idgah by Munshi Premchand, which brought alive the essence of the festival and showcased the beauty of the occasion. The celebration continued with a mesmerizing singing performance by Prof. Neelam Thapa and Prof.Suman Bala, who added an enchanting touch to the event. The program also included a kawwali dance by the students of the College. Through their performances including Dance, Sufi Songs, Skits and many more, the faculty and the students brought out the significance of Eid. The spirit of Eid was well imbibed by the students. The dance performance on the tunes of Qawwali filled the environment with happiness and love. The special attraction for today's programme was Exhibition cum Sale from Self Help Group ladies, NRLM-UMEED, district Jammu. The stalls included Haat Bazar selling Bangles, Toys, Sweets, Eatables, Parandaas , Fancy Baskets, applying designer Mehandi and a lot more. It was a handholding effort by NSS wing as a social outreach program for Rural Women. The proceedings of the event were conducted by Prof Neelam Thapa Prof Suman Bala. NSS wing and Cultural Committee coordinated and organised the event. The event was finally concluded with a vote of thanks by Prof. Suman Bala, who expressed gratitude to all the guests and participants for making the event a success.
Brigadier K.S. Kalsi visits PSPS GCW Gandhinagar.
Brigadier K.S. Kalsi, Group Commander, NCC Group Srinagar paid his maiden visit to Padma Shri Padma Sachdev Govt. College for Women Gandhinagar Jammu. Initially, the cadets of 1J&K Girls Bn. and 1J&K Naval Unit welcomed the Commander with NCC Guard and Clap followed by the welcome address by Prof. Minu Mahajan, the Principal of the College. In her address, Prof. Minu Mahajan thanked Brigadier K.S. Kalsi for his Concern and sense of responsibility towards our Institution. She also applauded the cadets and NCC Officers Dr.Revika Arora, 1J&K Girls Bn. and Dr. Neelima G , 1J&K Naval Unit for being instrumental in organising this interaction between cadets and officers. Brigadier K.S.Kalsi addressed the cadets and motivated them about career development , Public Speaking , SSB Training and benefits of C certificate for joining Army and Agniveer. He also impressed upon organising workshops on Career development in nursing & firing skills etc. 50 cadets of 1J&K Girls Bn. and 10 cadets of 1 J&K Naval Unit attended the program.The Proceedings were conducted by Lt. Dr. Revika Arora and the formal Vote of thanks by Senior Cadet Sukriti Singh Jasrotia concluded the Programme. Lt. Suman Bala, ANO 2J&K Girls Bn. and Prof. Poonam C/T officer of 2 J&K Girls Bn.Were also present .
Department of Mathematics, Padma shri Padma Sachdev Govt. College for Women, Gandhi Nagar , Jammu organized Orientation Program to overcome the Phobia in Mathematics.
Department of Mathematics, Padma shri Padma Sachdev Govt. College for Women, Gandhi Nagar , Jammu organized Orientation Program to overcome the Phobia in Mathematics for the sem -2 freshers of Multidisciplinary Course on 17-04-2023. The motive of the orientation was to help students to overcome the phobia of Mathematics. Prof Minu Mahajan, Principal of the College was the Chief Guest of the event. She encouraged the students to cultivate interest and passion towards the subject through her inspiring thoughts. Dr. Renu Anand, HoD, Department of Mathematics and convener of the event formally welcomed the guests and described the significance of Mathematics in day to day life. Professor Shobha Gupta, HoD , Department of Mathematics , GDC, Samba was the resource person of the event . She explained to students many basic concepts of Mathematics through real life examples. A large number of students attended and interacted with the resource person . Also Ms Radhika, a student of MD Mathematics in Sem 1 shared her experience Dr.Rupinder Kour and Dr. Jyoti Dutt also graced the event. Ms Nisha a student of Sem 2 compered the event. A formal vote of thanks was presented by Dr. Anshu Sharma.The organising committee included Dr. Anshu Sharma and Dr. Nidhi Suri from the Department of Mathematics.
Baisakhi Celebrations at Padma Shri Padma Sachdev Govt College for Women, Gandhinagar.
Padma Shri Padma Sachdev Govt College for Women, Gandhinagar in collaboration with Tourism Department, Jammu celebrated Baisakhi with great fervour and gaiety. The vast college campus turned into a carnival of dance and music bonanza as ‘Baisakhi Mahotsav 2023’ drew a heavy crowd with stalls and presentation of traditional items relating rich culture of Punjab and Jammu on display. As a continuum of the Baisakhi fervour the students of the College resorted to impressive show of talent during various competitions. The event began with lighting of the ceremonial lamp. Ms Sunaina Sharma Mehta, Joint Director, Tourism, Katra was the chief guest, Ms Ambika Bali, Assistant Director, Tourism Jammu was the Guest of Honour and Mr Aamir Farooq, CEO Atlas Events, Srinagar was the special guest of the colourful function. Prof Minu Mahajan, Principal, Padma Shri Padma Sachdev Govt College for Women, Gandhinagar, wished all a happy and cheerful Baisakhi and briefed the audience about the festival of harvest and acquainted them with rich cultural heritage. She also reminded the audience of the sacrifices made by our freedom fighters in Jallianwala Bagh, Amritsar. Ms Sunaina Sharma Mehta, Joint Director, Tourism, Katra congratulated everyone on the auspicious occasion of “Basoa-Baisakhi” and highlighted the significance and beauty of this cultural festival. The faculty and students of the college were decked up in beautiful attires. On this occasion, the students as well as the faculty performed Bhangra, Gidda and Folk dance. The beats of the dhol brought vibrancy to the environment. Prof Harmeet Kour and Dr Kusum mesmerised the audience with a beautiful traditional Punjabi couple dance. “KJ Bhangra and Gidda Group Punjab” enthralled the audience with their energetic performance. Dr Liaqat Jafri coordinated and Prof Neelam Thapa, Dr Chetna Mahajan, Prof Sugandha Mahajan and Prof Abhinav Sharma assisted in organising the program. Prof Neelam Thapa and Prof Sugandha Mahajan conducted the proceedings of the event. The colourful event concluded with formal vote of thanks by Dr Liaqat Jafri, Head, Department of Urdu.
Yoga Fitness Center inaugurated in PSPS GCW Gandhi Nagar Jammu.
The NSS units (1&2) of Padma Shri Padma Sachdev Govt. College for Women Gandhi Nagar Jammu organised an Awareness workshop at adopted villages- Jaral chak and Kanal on 03.03.2023 under the banner of G20 Club of the College.
The NSS units (1&2) of Padma Shri Padma Sachdev Govt. College for Women Gandhi Nagar Jammu organised an Awareness workshop at adopted villages- Jaral chak and Kanal on 03.03.2023 under the banner of G20 Club of the College. The worthy Principal Prof. Minu Mahajan, Convenor G20 club, Prof. S S Parihar and other faculty members flaged off the bus for the visit to villages. A total of 39 volunteers participated in this awareness activity under the supervision of NSS Programme Officers unit-1&2- Prof. Mala Bhasin and Dr. Monika Hans.The volunteers actively participated in door to door campaigns and interacted with the villagers particularly with women folk about the wisely use of various Sustainable Resources. A Sustainable resource is anything- physical or human which can be harnessed to create wealth or improve the standard of living of people. It is a matter of pride and honour for India to host G20 Summit under the theme of India's G20 Presidency- Vasudha iva Kutumbakam means One Earth, One Family and One Future. Prof. Minu Mahajan, Principal of the College, applauded the volunteers for their participation and motivated them to be the part of such activities. She also appreciated the efforts of NSS PO's for organising this awareness workshop in the adopted villages
To create awareness among Students and Faculty, an Awareness Lecture on the theme- 'Wealth Management abs Save Tax' organised by Department of Botany on 03.03.2023 under the able guidance of Worthy Principal Prof. Minu Mahajan.
To create awareness among Students and Faculty, an Awareness Lecture on the theme- 'Wealth Management abs Save Tax' organised by Department of Botany on 03.03.2023 under the able guidance of Worthy Principal Prof. Minu Mahajan wherein 85 students and faculty members participated. The resource person for the workshop was Sh.Sitikanta Samal, Ex- Banker and Financial expert. He talked about the various problem faced during the management of money and also interacted with the volunteers of NSS. Prof. Mala Bhasin,HoD Botany welcomed the august gathering and apprised about the aim of the workshop. Prof. Meenakshi Sharma presented the vote of thanks. The programme was well coordinated by Prof. Sugandha Mahajan.
The NSS unit-1 and Department of Botany in collaboration with Khadi and Village Commission, Jammu organised PMEGP Awareness Camp under the guidance of worthy Principal Prof. Minu Mahajan and supervision of Prof. Mala Bhasin, NSSPO and HoD Botany on 28.02.2023.
The NSS unit-1 and Department of Botany in collaboration with Khadi and Village Commission, Jammu organised PMEGP Awareness Camp under the guidance of worthy Principal Prof. Minu Mahajan and supervision of Prof. Mala Bhasin, NSSPO and HoD Botany on 28.02.2023. The aim of this awareness camp was to make students aware about the financial assistance and subsidy provided under PMEGP. Prime Minister Employment Generation Programme is a Government of India backed credit- linked subsidy Programme amied at generating self -employment opportunities through establishment of micro- enterprises by assisting traditional artisans and unemployed youth in rural and urban areas by providing subsidy of 15- 35% of the project cost. The team of organizers led by Sh. Arindam Roy distributed more than 200 pamphlets and interacted with the students and faculty. An interactive lecture on PMEGP was also organised in the smart classroom of the college wherein a total of 59 volunteers and faculty of Department of Botany participated. Prof. Minu Mahajan, Principal of the College, applauded the students/volunteers for their participation and motivated them to be the part of such awareness activities. Prof. Mala Bhasin presented the vote of thanks and the event was successfully coordinated by Prof. Sugandha Mahajan.
Department of Physics, Govt PG College for Women Celebrated National Science Day under the theme " Global Science for Global Well being"
Department of Physics, Govt PG College for Women Celebrated National Science Day under the theme " Global Science for Global Well being" . The programme started with formal address by Dr B D Sehgal , HOD Physics . He informed the students that National Science Day is celebrated every year to commemorate the path- breaking discovery of Raman Effect which led to the winning of Nobel Prize by Prof C. V. Raman. Dr Sehgal brought out several inspirational aspects of Prof's Raman personality besides his scientific contribution. During the occasion, self made Science Project were displayed by the students of this college. As many as 10 students of this college participated in this event. This event was adjudged by Prof. D. S. Manhas , Dean Placement Cell Cluster University of Jammu and Prof. Rajinder Sharma , Controller of Examination, Cluster University of Jammu. Ojasvi Verma student of B.Sc.Sem Ist stood first in the competition whereas 2" and 3" positions were secured by Nilakshi Sharma and Sana Chouhan , both students of B.Sc. Sem 1st. This function was organized by Prof Prabhjeet Kour, Dr Rawan Kumar, Prof Renu Rajput , Prof. Rajinder Kumar, Dr Ujwal Gupta, Ms Sukriti under the able guidance of Dr B D Sehgal. Principal of the College, Prof Minu Mahajan lauded the efforts of Department of Physics advised the students to participate in such events in large number so as to make academic environment of the college more vibrant.
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PSPS GCW Gandhi Nagar organises Awareness workshop on Gender based Violence.
To create awareness among Students and Faculty, an Awareness Workshop on the theme- Gender based Violence and it's Preventive Measures, was organised by NSS Unit-1 and Department of Social Work in collaboration with Special Cell for Women Gandhi Nagar Jammu supported by National Commission for Women, Govt. of India, on 23.01.2023 with wherein 45 students and 5 faculty members participated. The resource persons for the workshop were trained Social Workers- Ms. Diksha Kumari and Ms.Kajal Dalpathia. They talked about the different challenges faced by the Women in their daily lives and emphasized about the various preventive measures for the issues related with Gender based violence. Prof. Minu Mahajan, Principal, PSPS Govt. College for Women Gandhi Nagar was the Chief Guest. In her address, she advised the students and volunteers to perform their duties while having the proper knowledge of their rights. Prof. Mala Bhasin, NSS Programme Officer Unit-1 welcomed the august gathering and apprised about the aim of the workshop. The vote of thanks was presented by Prof. Sunita, Head of Department of Social Work. The programme was well coordinated by Prof. Sugandha Mahajan.