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Post Graduate Government College,
Sector 46, Chandigarh (Co-Educational)
Sector(Co
PROSPECTUS
20152015-16
Courses offered:
Post Graduate
Under Graduate
Courses
Offered: B.Com. (Honours)
M.Com
Post Graduate Under
B.Com.Graduate
B.C.A.
M.Com
B.A. (Honours)
B.A.
Vocational Training Programmes
(Provisional)
•
•
•
Tally Programme
Soft Skills for Baseline Staff in Service Sector
Spoken English and Communication Skills
From the Principal’s Desk
“The value of education is not the learning of
many facts but the training of the mind to
think”-Albert Einstein
It is the youth that possesses all the powerful
ideas- they only have to be conceptualized and
perfected in the times to come. The college
fine-tunes the youth to face the challenges of
the larger life. It adds a dash of colour to their
attitude and equips them with a blur-free image of the world. The college promotes and
drives the students to think out-of-the-box, provides them a chance to grow into the
wider world of innovation, prepares them to face the outer world head-on and gives
their career a great start. Incredible, world-changing innovations come from the youth.
We would like all the students to imbibe the best, dream big to pioneer change and
constantly evolve for the better.
We are confident that our young students will make some changes around-not just by
thinking of raising the bar, but by walking the talk. Realize your importance as the
builders of the future and find the best way out to achieve it. The key is work, work and
more work. We are faced with obstacles, that some times seen insurmountable, but do
not give up. Ultimately, perseverance, persistence and determination pay well. The
result of the resolute effort and experience can be amazing.
The college motto – Light is Life – stands for the spark that ignites the fire within; the
energy, the enthusiasm, the eagerness and the exuberance crackling to life, through
quality education and learning.
Welcome to the college!
OUR COLLEGE
Post Graduate Government College, Sector-46 entered into the field of education in 1982. Since
then we have crossed several milestones in our relentless journey to provide enlightening,
liberating and quality education by igniting the fire of imagination and creativity within the
minds of our learners. It is an ennobling process of growth and the college has excelled in every
initiative undertaken, boldly facing the challenges in realizing quality education.
Our motto “Light is Life” is the guiding spirit behind its achievements and efforts towards
excellence. Affiliated to Panjab University, the college offers a vast array of fine higher
educational options in various streams and Honours in selected subjects. The college faculty
with impeccable credentials and upgraded knowledge fine-tunes the students to face the
challenges of larger life ahead. With lofty academic standards, an endeavour is made to take
the intellectual life and holistic development seriously. It is believed that education is not only
just an act of acquiring knowledge but also learning a skill to lead life and we at PGGC-46 view
education as a universal learning experience where students develop into well rounded
personalities, rather than just an object of wisdom. We help each student in developing those
attributes and qualities of heart, head and hand which will make them intellectually sound and
self-reliant citizens who are socially aware and humanistic, having belief in the concept of
brotherhood and peace; persons ready to work so that they become agents of change for
building a better socially just and equitable society.
Infrastructure- The college gives the
students the best, be it course structure,
infrastructure, technological advancement,
educational ambience. One of the
distinguished colleges of the region, the
college provides a Wi-Fi campus, spacious
e-classrooms, computerized labs, a
language lab, a fully computerized
administrative block, an aesthetically and
acoustically designed auditorium complex
and fully equipped gymnasium. A green
house, a herbal garden and a solar power
plant is maintained to make the campus
environment friendly.
We strongly believe that technology will
never be able to replace books though it
may alter its appearance. Our state-of-theart college library has a collection of more
than 39691 books that cover a panoramic
spectrum of subjects to satisfy the urge to
learn. The library constantly acquires new
books and also subscribes to 50
periodicals/magazines, 33 journals and 17
newspapers.
Sports-Physical activity through sports and
games is an essential ingredient for the
holistic development of every student .The
college has ample space for outdoor and
indoor activities and many a brilliant stars
sparkle in our college galaxy by participating
and excelling at Inter-college, All India InterVarsity and National level competitions in
various tournaments. The games like
Cricket, Hockey, Volleyball, weight- lifting,
Judo, Yoga, Badminton, Kabbadi, Kho-kho,
Table Tennis, Taekwondo etc. develop the
qualities of team work, dedication and selfconfidence in the students to prepare them
to overcome the trials and tribulations of an
increasingly competitive world. The ritual of
Annual Athletic Meet every year helps to
instill sportsmanship amongst our students.
NSS & NCC- NSS units with the motto ‘Not
me but you’, promote selfless service and
create awareness regarding social issues
like female foeticide, AIDS etc. Four NSS
units of the college carry out social activities
throughout the year. An important initiative
of NSS, the Rotaract Club stands for "Rotary
in
Action.’
The
young
spirited
‘rotaractarians’ of the college enhance their
knowledge and understanding of worldwide
needs and problems. They work for the
well-being of the ignored; neglected and
underprivileged men, women and children.
The NCC unit of our college is committed to
inculcate amongst the students the spirit of
unity and discipline through its Army, Navy
and Air Force wing.
Enabling Unit- It sensitizes and creates
general awareness amongst the students of
the college towards differently abled and
disadvantaged persons so as to bring them
to the mainstream of the society.
Other Facilities- Fee concession and
scholarship
is
provided
to
the
SC/ST/meritorious
students.
Hostel
facilities are available in Government
College of Education, Sector-20 and State
Institute
of
Education,
Sector-32,
Chandigarh. The construction of the science
block on the college campus is in the offing.
Personality Development ProgrammeTo hone the professional skills of the
students
and
to
enhance
their
employability, in collaboration with
Regional Institute of English, Sector -32,
Chandigarh, the college offers Personality
Development Programme which comprises
of training in soft skills, group discussions,
public speaking, interviews etc.
Educational Tours- To broaden the horizon
of the students, educational tours are
planned to historical places, field trips to
industrial and business houses, museums,
art-galleries and Radio/T.V. Stations.
Helplines - Anti-Ragging helpline, AntiSexual Harassment and Women’s Support
helpline ensure a secure environment on
campus. Internal Complaints Committee
redresses the grievances of the students.
Workshops and Seminars-Workshops,
seminars and conferences hosted in the
college at National and International level in
a variety of disciplines, serve as a forum for
sharing experiences and research findings
for the teachers as well as the students.
Placement Cell- The college prepares the
students to excel in a mutually dependent
and competitive world. To achieve this,
Placement Cell brings students in touch
with reputed companies, banks, corporate
and business agencies by organizing Job
Fests.
Magazine and Newsletters- The college
magazine ‘Amaranth’ is a mélange of ideas
and a window to all activities that matter on
the college campus. It encourages the
students to give expression to the literary
and creative bent of mind.
The Department of English takes pride in
the publication of the annual issue of their
Newsletter. A multi-disciplinary bi-annual ejournal ‘Sopaan’ is also published.
Co-curricular and Extra-curricular
Activities- Co-curricular and extra-curricular
activities organized in the college unleash
the inherent aptitudes and help bloom
many a personality. The fountain of youth is
on its very best display during the Youth
Festival. 36 positions won during the last
session in the category of music, drama,
dance, art and craft and literary items are a
proof of the surge of talent, creativity and
vivacity of the students of our college.
THE COLLEGE FACULTY
Dr. Gurjeet Kaur Mander
Principal
Dr. Yashpal Kaur
Dean
Commerce
1. Dr. J.K Sehgal, M.Com., PhD
2. Ms. Renu Arora, M.Com.
3. Mr. Amarpreet Singh Sijher, M.Com. (BS),
PGDFM, HTSM, CIC (Deputed to GCCBA, Sector
42)
4. Dr. Surinder Kaur, M.Com., PhD, MBA,
PGDIM, PGDIFM
5. Mr. V.Magesh, M.Com., M.Phil.
6. Dr. Bikramjit Kaur, M.Com., PhD (Deputed to
GCCBA, Sector 42)
7. Ms. Arvinder Kaur, M.Com., MFM
8. Dr. Tanuja Talwar, M.Com., PhD
9. Dr. Uma Narang, M.Com., M.Phil., PhD
10. Mr. Ripan Kumar Grover, M.Com.
11. Dr. Mukesh Chauhan, M.Com (Accounting)
M.Com (Business Administration), M.Sc.
(TQM), FCMA, PhD
12. Vacant
Defence Studies
1. Dr. Harphool Singh Sihag, M.A., PhD
Economics
1. Ms. Deepshikha, M.A. Hons, M.Phil.
2. Dr. Harjinder Singh, M.A., M.Phil., PGDHR,
PGDBA, PhD
3. Ms. Vandana, M.A., M.Phil., B.Ed.
4. Vacant
5. Vacant
English
1. Dr. Yashpal Kaur, M.A., PhD
2. Ms. Surrinder Kaur, M.A., M.Phil.
3. Dr. Indu Bala Singh, M.A., M.Phil., PhD,
Diploma in French
4. Ms. Riju Sharma, M.A., B.Ed., PGCTE, PGDTE,
PGDPM
5. Vacant
6. Vacant
7. Vacant
8. Vacant
9. Vacant
10. Vacant
Dr. J.K Sehgal
Vice-Principal
Fine Arts
1. Dr. Simmi Arora, M.A., PhD
2. Vacant
Geography
1. Dr. Prem Sagar, M.A., M.Phil., PhD
2. Vacant
Hindi
1. Dr. Sukhdev Singh Minhas, M.A. (Hindi,
English, Punjabi, Sanskrit), M.Phil., PhD,
Diploma in Translation
2. Dr. Sneh Sharma, M.A., M.Sc., MBA, PhD
3. Vacant
History
1. Ms. Anita Berry, M.A., M.Phil.
2. Ms. Mona Singh, M.A., M.Phil.
3. Mr. Praveen Chaubey, M.A., LLB
4. Dr. Prashant Gaurav, M.A., B.Ed., BLib, PhD
Mathematics
1. Ms. Praveen, M.Sc.
2. Mr. Dalbir Singh, M.Sc., M.Phil.
3. Vacant
Music (Instrumental)
1. Vacant
Music (Vocal)
1. Vacant
Philosophy
1. Vacant
Physical Education
1. Dr. Mahender Singh, MPEd, B.Ed. (Yoga),
M.Ed., PhD
Political Science
1. Ms. Shashi Wahi, M.A., M.Phil.
2. Dr. Arun Kumar, M.A., M.Phil., PhD
3. Dr. Gobinda Chandra Sethi, M.A., M.Phil.,
PhD
Psychology
1. Dr. Rajesh Kumar, M.Sc., PGDCC, PhD
2. Vacant
Public Administration
1. Ms. Harinder Kaur, M.A., M.Phil.
2. Vacant
Punjabi
1. Dr. Sukhdev Singh, M.A., B.Ed., M.Phil., PhD
2. Ms. Gurvinder Kaur, M.A., M.Phil.
3. Mr. Rajinder Singh, M.A., B.Ed., M.Phil.
4. Dr. Baljit Singh, M.A., B.Ed., PhD
5. Vacant
6. Vacant
Sanskrit
1. Dr. Ramandeep Kaur, M.A, PhD
Sociology
1. Dr. Karambir Singh, M.A., M.Phil., PhD
2. Mr. Pundit Rao, M.A., M.Phil.
Library Staff
1. Ms. Mukesh Kumari, Librarian, M.Com,
B.Ed., M.Lib. Sc.
2. Ms. Pratibha Pandey, Librarian
Office Staff
1. Ms. Satnam Kaur, Supdt. (Accounts)
2. Vacant, Supdt. (Establishment)
Note: Faculty on Contract / Resource Persons are appointed against vacant posts.
ELECTIVE SUBJECTS FOR B.A. - I
For compulsory subjects kindly see details of Undergraduate courses in the common portion
of joint prospectus. A student is required to take up three elective subjects in all, selecting
one subject combination from any of the following sets of combinations. Each subject
combination has been allotted a number.
1. Adv. & Sales Promotion, Fine Arts,
History
2. Adv. & Sales Promotion, Public
Administration, Economics
3. Adv. & Sales Promotion, Psychology,
Economics
4. Adv. & Sales Promotion, Public
Administration, History
5. Adv. & Sales Promotion, Mathematics,
Economics
6. Adv. & Sales Promotion, Philosophy,
Psychology
7. Adv. & Sales Promotion, Defence
Studies, Public Administration
8. Adv. & Sales Promotion, Fine Arts,
Hindi
9. Adv. & Sales Promotion, Hindi,
Economics
10. Adv. & Sales Promotion, Fine Arts,
Mathematics
11. Defence Studies, History, Sociology
12. Defence
Studies,
Philosophy,
Sociology
13. Defence Studies, History, Political
Science
14. Defence Studies, Physical Education,
Political Science
15. Defence Studies, History, Adv. & Sales
Promotion
16. Defence Studies, Adv. & Sales
Promotion, Hindi
17. Defence Studies, History, Punjabi
Elective
18. Defence Studies, Sociology, Punjabi
Elective
19. Defence Studies, Sociology, Physical
Education
20. Economics,
Physical Education,
Sociology
21. Economics, Philosophy, History
22. Economics, Physical Education, Hindi
23. Economics,
Political
Science,
Geography
24. Economics, Political Science, History
25. Economics, Philosophy, Geography
26. Economics, Sociology, Geography
27. Economics,
History,
Public
Administration
28. Economics, History, Punjabi Elective
29. Economics,
Physical
Education,
Punjabi Elective
30. English
Elective,
Psychology,
Economics
31. English Elective, Political Science,
Economics
32. English Elective, Political Science,
History
33. English Elective, Economics, History
34. English Elective, History, Adv. & Sales
Promotion
35. Fine Arts, Music Vocal, Hindi
36. Fine Arts, History, Hindi
37. Fine Arts, Political Science, Public
Administration
38. Fine Arts, Sociology, History
39. Fine Arts, Public Administration,
History
40. Fine Arts, Music Instrumental, Hindi
41. Fine Arts, Sociology, Psychology
42. Fine Arts, Adv. & Sales Promotion,
Philosophy
43. Fine Arts, Adv. & Sales Promotion,
Punjabi Elective
44. Geography, History, Political Science
45. Geography,
History,
Public
Administration
46. Geography, History, Sociology
47. Geography, Sociology, Hindi
48. Geography, Public Administration,
Sociology
49. Geography, Economics, Hindi
50. History,
Public
Administration,
Political Science
51. History,
Public
Administration,
Sociology
52. History, Political Science, Hindi
53. History, Geography, Hindi
54. History, Economics, Geography
55. History, Hindi, Adv. & Sales Promotion
56. History, Defence Studies, Philosophy
57. History, Political Science, Punjabi
Elective
58. History, Adv. Sales & Promotion,
Punjabi Elective
59. Mathematics, Economics, Political
Science
60. Mathematics, Economics, Sociology
61. Music Instrumental, Music Vocal,
Hindi
62. Music Instrumental, Political Science,
Punjabi Elective
63. Music Instrumental, Fine Arts, Public
Administration
64. Music Vocal, Psychology, Punjabi
Elective
65. Music Vocal, Music Instrumental,
Punjabi Elective
66. Music Vocal, Psychology, Hindi
67. Philosophy, Geography, Political
Science
68. Philosophy, Geography, History
69. Philosophy, Political Science, Sanskrit
70. Philosophy, Political Science, Physical
Education
71. Physical Education, Political Science,
Hindi
72. Physical Education, Political Science,
Punjabi Elective
73. Physical Education, Political Science,
Economics
74. Physical Education, Adv. & Sales
Promotion, Hindi
75. Political Science, Geography, Hindi
76. Political Science, Geography, Punjabi
Elective
77. Political Science, Public Administration,
Economics
78. Political Science, History, Philosophy
79. Political Science, Public Administration,
Defence Studies
80. Psychology, Public Administration,
Sociology
81. Psychology, Political Science, Hindi
82. Psychology, Political Science, Punjabi
Elective
83. Psychology, Sociology, Economics
84. Psychology,
Political
Science,
Economics
85. Psychology, Defence Studies, Hindi
86. Psychology, Fine Arts, English Elective
87. Psychology, Hindi, Adv. & Sales
Promotion
88. Psychology, Defence Studies, English
Elective
89. Public Administration, Economics,
Psychology
90. Public
Administration,
Political
Science, Physical Education
91. Public
Administration,
Political
Science, Psychology
92. Public
Administration,
Physical
Education, Economics
93. Public
Administration,
Political
Science, Geography
94. Punjabi Elective, Adv. & Sales
Promotion, Economics
95. Punjabi Elective, Fine Arts, Music
Instrumental
96. Punjabi
Elective,
Geography,
Economics
97. Punjabi Elective, Economics, Political
Science
98. Punjabi Elective, History, Geography
99. Punjabi Elective, Physical Education,
Adv. & Sales Promotion
100. Punjabi
Elective,
Psychology,
Defence Studies
101. Punjabi Elective, Sociology, Physical
Education
102. Punjabi Elective, Political Science,
Defence Studies
103. Sanskrit, Fine Arts, Hindi
104. Sanskrit, Political Science, Economics
105. Sanskrit, Hindi, Political Science
106. Sanskrit, Adv. & Sales Promotion,
Economics
107. Sanskrit, Music Vocal , Fine Arts
108. Sanskrit, Music Vocal, Hindi
109. Sanskrit, Sociology, Philosophy
110. Sanskrit, Political Science, Defence
Studies
111. Sanskrit, Economics, Sociology
112. Sociology, Economics, History
113. Sociology,
Economics,
Public
Administration
114. Sociology, Psychology, Philosophy
115. Sociology, History, Hindi
116. Sociology, History, Punjabi Elective
117. Sociology, Physical Education, Hindi
118. Sociology, Economics, English Elective
119. Sociology, Geography, English Elective
120. Sociology, Geography, Punjabi Elective
121. Sociology, Economics, Punjabi Elective
122. Functional English, History, English
Elective
123. Functional
English,
Economics,
English Elective
124. Functional
English, Psychology,
English Elective
125. Functional English, Psychology, Public
Administration
126. Functional English, History, Hindi
127. Functional
English,
History,
Philosophy
128. Functional English, Defence Studies,
English Elective
129. Sociology, Economics, Hindi
130. Geography, Public Administration,
Economics
131. Defence Studies, Adv. & Sales
Promotion, Punjabi Elective
132. History, Economics, Hindi
133. Economics, Public Administration,
Sanskrit
134. Economics, Music Vocal, Sanskrit
135. Economics, Philosophy, Sanskrit
136. Fine Arts, History, Punjabi Elective
137. Music Instrumental, Economics,
Political Science
138. Music Vocal, Music Instrumental,
Public Administration
139. Music Vocal, Music Instrumental,
Economics
140. Music Vocal, Public Administration,
Sanskrit
141. Psychology, Economics, Functional
English
142. Psychology,
Sociology,
Punjabi
Elective
143. Psychology, Economics, Punjabi
Elective
Vocational Training Programme
Under Skill Development Initiative
Scheme, Govt. of India in collaboration
with Chandigarh Administration offers the
following courses which are free of cost
and the purpose of these courses is to
develop skills for better employment
opportunities in the market.
1. Tally Programme: Duration-180 hrs. No.
of Seats – 30
2. Soft Skills for Bas- Line Staff in Service
Sector: Duration-100 hrs. No. of Seats30
3. Spoken English and Communication
Skills: Duration-180 hrs. No. of Seats30
Important Guidelines regarding Subject
Combinations:
1. The subject combinations are liable to
change as per the latest Panjab
University Instructions. The latest
instructions will be displayed on the
college notice board.
2. Change of combination is allowed
within one month of admission to B.A.
I and it is subject to the availability of
seats in the combination to be taken
up.
3. With the permission of the Principal,
seats in Music (I), Music (V) and
Sanskrit can be adjusted for the
students who have studied these
subjects in 10+2 or equivalent
examination.
4. Only those students who have passed
10+2 examination with minimum of
40% marks in Mathematics can opt for
Mathematics.
Instructions and Eligibility Criteria for
taking up the subject of Physical
Education
1. Physical Education can be taken up by
those students who have either
studied the subject in the previous
class or have participated in Inter
School/State/Open State Tournaments
Certificates in this regard should be
produced at the time of interview.
2. As per the new guidelines of the Panjab
University, the admission of students
in Physical Education shall be finalized
after conducting a Physical Fitness
Test. The subject will be offered only
to physically fit students.
3. The admission to sports quota (i.e. 2%)
will be done on the basis of graduation
issued by the appropriate authority.
4. The practical class is compulsory as per
the Dept. /College time table.
B.A. II (Honours) – A student can offer
Honours in B.A. II in Economics, Hindi,
Public Administration, Psychology, History
and Geography.
(Eligibility: Minimum 45% marks in
aggregate and 50% marks in pass course
in the concerned subject)
B.Com. II (Honours)- Eligibility: Minimum
50% marks in the aggregate. A student
can offer Honours in the subject of
• Business Finance and Accounting
• E-Commerce
• Business Economics
ADMISSION SCHEDULE 2015 - 16 (Time: 9.00 A.M. onwards)
Class
Date
Venue
B.A. I (1st Semester)
(60% & above)
06.07.2015
Multimedia Hal
B.A. I (1st Semester)
(55% & above)
07.07.2015
Multimedia Hall
B.A. II 3rd Semester
07.07.2015
Room No. 111
B.A. III (Annual)
07.07.2015
Room No. 109
Foreign Students (All Classes)
10.07.2015
Room No. 106
B.Com I (1st Semester)
Centralized Admission
(P.U.)
B.Com II (3rd Semester)
09.07.2015
Room No. 209
B.Com III (Annual)
(Old & New Students)
10.07.2015
Room No. 209
B.C.A I (1st Semester)
Centralized Admission
(PGGC, Sector 11, Chandigarh)
BCA II (3rd Semester) Old Students
08.07.2015
Room No. 218
BCA III (Annual)
(Old & New Students)
09.07.2015
Room No. 218
BCA II & III (Pending cases if any)
09.07.2015
Room No. 218
M.Com 1st Semester
06-07-2015
Auditorium
M.Com 3rd Semester
(Old & New Students)
08.07.2015
Room No. 209
WHOM TO CONTACT
Class/Category/Helpline
Convenor
Venue
Co-ordinator, Admissions
Dr. Yashpal Kaur, Dean
Room No. 119
Co-ordinator, Commerce
Dr. J.K Sehgal, Vice-Principal
Room No. 118
Co-ordinator, Arts
Ms. Deepshikha
Room No. 212
Co-ordinator, B.C.A
Ms. Renu Arora
Room No. 218
Guidance & Counselling Cell
(Admission)
Ms. Harinder Kaur
Porch First Floor
B.A. I
Committee No. 1: Dr. Karambir Singh
Committee No. 2: Ms. Gurvinder Kaur
Multimedia Hall
Multimedia Hall
Subject Combinations Monitoring
Committee
Dr. Prem Sagar
Multimedia Hall
B.A. II (3rd Semester)
Ms. Anita Berry
Room No. 111
B.A. III (Annual)
Ms. Shashi Wahi
Room No. 109
B.Com I (1st Semester)
Dr. Tanuja Talwar
Centralized Admission
(P.U.)
B.Com II (3rd Semester)
Dr. Uma Narang
Room No. 209/225
B.Com III (Annual)
Mr. V.Magesh
Room No. 209/225
M.Com 1st Semester
Dr. Surinder Kaur
Auditorium
M.Com 3rd Semester
Dr. Surinder Kaur
Room No. 209/225
BCA I
Ms. Renu Arora
Room No. 218
BCA II (3rd Semester)
Mr. Rajinder Singh
Room No. 216/218
BCA III (Annual)
Mr. Rajinder Singh
Room No. 216/218
Hostel Admission (Boys)
Dr. Mahender Singh
Room No. 22
Hostel Admission (Girls)
Ms. Mona Singh
Room No. 8
Foreign Students
Ms. Riju Sharma
Room No. 106
Fee Concession, Students’ Aid
Dr. Harphool Singh Sihag
Scholarship & SC/ST cases committee
Room No. 4
Anti Stress Helpline
Dr. Rajesh Kumar
Room No. 12
(9417723474)
Anti-Ragging Helpline
Dr. Arun Kumar
Room No. 10
(9988899832)
ACADEMIC CALENDAR 2015-16 (ANNUAL SYSTEM)
Academic Calendar
Summer Vacation
25-05-2015 (Mon)
to
05/07/2015 (Sun)
42 Days
Colleges open on
06-07-2015 (Mon)
06-07-2015 (Mon)
to
13-07-2015 (Mon)
8 Days
14-07-2015 (Tue)
to
03-08-2015 (Mon)
21 Days
Admission Schedule
i. Normal Admission for
ongoing and new classes
ii. Late Admission (for
ongoing & new classes) to be
allowed by the Principal of
the Colleges with late fee of
Rs. 500/- per student
iii. Teaching Starts
a. For ongoing classes
09-07-2015 (Thu)
b. For new classes
14-07-2015 (Tue)
iv. Late admission in the
Colleges to be allowed by the
Vice-Chancellor with late fee
of Rs. 1800/- per student.
(Common for ongoing and
new admissions)
Academic Term-I
04-08-2015 (Tue)
to
18-08-2015 (Tue)
15 Days
08-07-2015 (Wed)
to
21-10-2015 (Wed)
Autumn Break
22-10-2015 (Thu)
to
28-10-2015 (Wed)
85 Teaching
Days
7 Days
Academic Term-II
29-10-2015 (Thu)
to
19-12-2015 (Sat)
41 Days
Winter Break
21-12-2015 (Mon)
to
03-01-2016 (Sun)
14 Days
Academic Term-III
04-01-2016 (Mon)
to
12-03-2016 (Sat)
Annual Practical Exams/
Preparatory Holidays
Annual Theory Examination
14-03-2016 (Mon)
to
01-04-2016 (Fri)
56 Teaching
Days
15 Days
02-04-2016 (Sat)
Onwards
29-05-2016
to
06-07-2016
39 Days
Summer Vacation (Tentative)
Total Teaching Days of Academic Term I, II & III = 85+41+56=182 Days
ACADEMIC CALENDAR 2015-16 (SEMESTER SYSTEM)
Summer Vacation
25-05-2015 (Mon)
to
05/07/2015 (Sun)
42 Days
Colleges open on
06-07-2015 (Mon)
06-07-2015 (Mon)
to
13-07-2015 (Mon)
7 Days
14-07-2015 (Tue)
to
03-08-2015
17 Days
04-08-2015 (Tue)
to
20-08-2015 (Thu)
17 Days
08-07-2015 (Wed)
to
21-10-2015 (Wed)
22-10-2015 (Thu)
to
28-10-2015 (Wed)
85 Teaching
Days
07 Days
29-10-2015 (Thu)
to
01-12-2015 (Tue)
25 Days
Total Teaching Days of Academic Term I = 85 + 25 = 110 Days
End Semester Examinations
02-12-2015 (Wed)
to 19-12-12015 (Sat)
18 Days
Admission Schedule
i. Normal Admission for
ongoing and new classes
ii. Late Admission (for
ongoing & new classes) to be
allowed by the Principal of
the Colleges with late fee of
Rs. 500/- per student
iii. Teaching Starts
a. For ongoing classes
b. For new classes
iv. Late admission in the
Colleges to be allowed by the
Vice-Chancellor with late fee
of Rs. 1800/- per student.
Academic Term-I (a)
1st Semester & 3rd Semester
Autumn Break
Academic Term – I (b)
08-07-2015 (Wed)
14-07-2015 (Tue)
Semester Vacation
21-12-2015 (Mon)
to
03-01-2016 (Sun)
(Winter Break)
Academic Term II
2nd & 4th Semester
Colleges reopen after
04-01-2016 (Mon)
to
13-05-2016 (Fri)
Semester Examination
Total Teaching Days of Academic Term II = 106 Days
End Semester Examinations
14-05-2016 (Sat)
to
28-05-2016 (Sat)
Summer Vacation (Tentative)
29-05-2016 (Sun)
to
06-07-2016 (Wed)
Total Teaching Days of Academic Term I & II = 110+106 = 216 Days
14 Days
106 Teaching
Days
15 Days
39 Days
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