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Election 2018

The elections for the post of Class Representatives were held at Govt. College of Commerce and Business Administration, Sector-50 Chandigarh for the session 2018-19. The list of winners and the unopposed candidates are in the link given below:-

Result of elections held on 06/09/2018 for the Students Central Association for the Session 2018-19

72nd Independence Day

72nd Independence Day was celebrated at Government College of Commerce and Business Administration, Sector-50, Chandigarh. It started with the unfurling of the National Flag by the Dean Prof (Dr) Rosy Walia Joshi. Further the college held no celebration and cultural programme due to the sad demise of Sh. Balramji Das Tandon, Hon’ble Governor of Chattisgarh on 14th August 2018.

Teej Festival

GCCBA Sector 50 Chandigarh organized Teej Festival on 11th August 2018.  The function included enthralling dance performances/songs/poems depicting the heritage and culture of Punjab. College also organized Mehendi competition. Students and teachers enjoyed swings and few traditional games of Punjab were also played by the students to understand the importance of the day.  A fashion show was organized where in Ms Teej was Chosen and was given a prize by the Dean of the College (Prof) Dr Rosy Walia Joshi. All the students of the college were traditionally dressed up. Dance party was also organized for the students at the end of the function. To make students aware about the rich heritage of Punjab a traditional set up was done to highlight the special features such as Pakhiyan, peenga, Phulkari etc. Teachers & students applied Mehendi on their hands. .Kheer & Malpuras were served to all. Dean Prof (Dr) Rosy Walia Joshi the Chief Guest for the day congratulated the students and Teachers for making the function a grand success.

Centralised Counselling M.Com-I

Centralised Counselling M.Com-I

First Counselling for Admissions to B.Com, BBA and BCA-I

First round of Counselling for Admissions to the classes of B.Com, BBA and BCA first year was held today at Govt. College of Commerce and Business Administration, Sector-50, Chandigarh. The students of UT pool (General Category) who were allotted GCCBA-50, Chandigarh by DHE, portal visited the college for admission today and have been admitted for the session 2018-19 in first year. The admission for General Category (Outside UT) and other categories for B.Com, BBA and BCA-I  as well as for ongoing classes will be held as per schedule given on the website. The cut off percentage under U.T Pool (General category) is given below.

S.No. Name of the Course Cut-off Percentage UT Pool (General category)
1. B.Com-I 102.70
2. BBA-I 81.2
3. BCA-I 76

 

Convocation

The 8th Annual Convocation and 11th Prize Distribution Function were held in Government College of Commerce and Business Administration, Sector 50, Chandigarh today. Sh. R.K Popli, PCS, Director Public Relations and Registering & Licencing Authority, Chandigarh Administration (U.T.) Chandigarh was the Chief Guest on the occasion. He congratulated the graduates and prize winners and applauded the efforts for the holistic development of the students. He highlighted the role of life skills and value system to be an achiever at work place which is more important than only receiving academic degrees. Principal of the College Dr. Manjit Kaur presented the Annual Report of the college highlighting the achievements of the students during the session 2017-18.  Prof. (Dr) Rosy Walia, Dean, presented the students of M.COM, B.COM and BBA for award of Degrees to the graduates. Around 212 degrees were awarded to the students of M.COM, B.COM (Hons in Management Studies and Economics), B.Com (pass course) and BBA. Vice Principal Amarpreet Singh Sijher announced the names of the prize winners who have excelled in the fields of academics and co-curricular activities during the year. Four students were awarded Roll of Honour in the field of Academics, Sports and Cultural Activities. In all 28 students were awarded College Colour and 130 students were awarded Certificate of Merit for outstanding achievements in academics, sports, NSS and co-curricular activities.  Dr Rajiv Salwan presented the vote of thanks and congratulated the students.

Farewell Function 2018

Government College of Commerce and Business Administration Sector 50, (GCCBA-50) Chandigarh organised Farewell Function for the final year students of B.Com, BBA and M.Com for the session 2017-18. Principal of the college Dr. Manjit Kaur was the chief guest on the occassion.  The students performed kaleidoscope of activities like group dance, songs and comic performances and put up a great show to bid farewell to their seniors. Principal Dr. Manjit Kaur congratulated the students and wished them luck for their future endeavours. She motivated them to work hard and bring laurels for themselves and their families. The details of the winners of the titles of the Ramp walk are as follows:

S.No TITLES NAME CLASS
1 Miss GCCBA 2018  Divya Verma B.Com-III
2 Mr GCCBA2018  Ishpreet Singh BBA-III
3 MS CHARMING  Kanupreet Sachdeva BBA-III
4 MR PERSONALITY  Shivneet Patti BBA-III

Gender Equality: The essence of the society

The legal Literacy Club-“Law-matics” of Government College of Commerce and Business Administration Sector-50, Chandigarh has organised a Debate / Group Discussion on the topic ‘Gender Equality: The essence of the society’ on 30th April 2018 towards Government of India’s drive to celebrate the birth Anniversary of Dr. B. R. Ambedkar from 14/4/2018 to 5/5/2018. The students of the college participated in large numbers with passion. They discussed about the prevailing conditions of women and girls in the society. They also shared their personal experiences in their own families. The students also discussed about the transgender and their positions in the society. The participants at the end came into an agreement that for an equitable society we need to reform within first and then go ahead to create awareness among the common people, particularly among marginalised sections of the society.

This activity was organised under the supervision of Mr.  Yogesh Kumar, Associate Professor Incharge of legal literacy Club and Mr. Sanjeev Sharma, Assistant Professor, Mentor.  The function was graced by the Chief Guest, Dr. (Prof.) Rosy Walia Joshi, Dean of the college and Guest of Honour, Dr. Bikramjit Kaur, Associate Professor.

Placement Drive

The Placement Cell of Government College of Commerce and Business Administration, Sector-50, Chandigarh organized a placement drive for the final year students of M.Com, B.Com and BBA. A total of about 200 students attended the presentation of the two companies ‘Tata strive’ and ‘ALIANTHUS’. The company representatives from H.R. Department were happy with the skills of the students and the process of selection was through short listing and Personal Interviews. Finally 120 students  were selected by Tata Strive company and 18 students were selected by ALIANTHUS. The Placement In-charge, Mr. Amarpreet Sijher Vice Principal of the College, and his team also mentioned that generally the placement drive will also be extended to the interested alumni and students of the Institute in the tri-city.

Helmet Awareness Drive for Women Safety

Gender Sensitization Society (Jagriti) of  Govt. College of  Commerce and Business Administration Sector-50, Chandigarh in collaboration with Traffic Police, Chandigarh  organised an Awareness campaign to persuade women riders to wear helmet while driving on the eve of International Women’s Day. Mr Rajinder, Head Constable initiated the event by imparting knowledge about the traffic rules. Sh Rajiv Ambastha, DSP, South Traffic and his team highlighted that in last five years 116 women have lost their lives in accidents out of which maximum were two-wheeler riders. He also emphasized that women do not want to wear helmet because it hides their beauty. Inspector Sita Devi, Chandigarh Traffic Police distributed helmets to the girl students and stickers with message saying ‘Helmet saves her head too’ and made women drivers aware about the benefits of wearing helmet while riding two wheelers.

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