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Result of elections held on 07-09-2017 for the students council session 2017-18

Mr. Piyush


Mr. Satnam Singh


Mr. KuberMakkar


Ms. Gurpreet Kaur Bhatti



CLASSES Class Representatives CLASSES Class Representatives
1. BBA-I (A): Gurdeep Singh (Unopposed) B.Com-I(A) Gurleen Kaur
2. BBA –I (B) Itisha B.Com-I(B) Sanjana
3. BBA-II Abhishek Chaudhary(Unopposed) B.Com –II (A) ShagunaKhetarpal(Unopposed)
B.Com –II (B) HarshitaPunyani(Unopposed)
4. BBA-III Kajal Pandey(Unopposed) B.Com –III(A) Jivtesh Singh
B.Com –III(B) Shubham (Unopposed)
5. BCA I VibhaRawat M.Com II Simranjeet Kaur(Unopposed)
6. M.Com I Pearl Singla    

Out of the total college strength of 759 students; 601 students casted their votes which was 79.18% of polling strength

Business Quiz Held

Career Guidance Cell of Govt. College of Commerce and Business Administration Sector-50 in collaboration with Jaipuria Institute of Management organized a Business quiz competition. More than 80 students of B.Com/BBA-II and III participated in the quiz. The primary objective of this quiz was to give exposure to the students to rejuvenate their knowledgeable skills in various competitions. The winners of the quiz Saksham Verma and Rachit Garg were rewarded with the certificates and cash prizes worth ₹2500/- each. The winners will get a chance to appear in grand finale and win prizes worth ₹50,000.

71st Independence Day

71st Independence Day was celebrated at Government College of Commerce and Business Administration, Sector-50, Chandigarh with great fervor and enthusiasm. The celebration started with the unfurling of the National Flag. On the occasion Principal, Dr. Manjit Kaur in her address emphasized on the importance of this day and highlighted that society particularly younger generation is in the stage of transition and the meaning of Independence has changed for them over the years.  She further pointed out that education Institution is one such place where we all need to work in cohesion towards the growth, development and betterment of the country with their extra-ordinary potential and never-ending efforts in an impartial manner. Further she congratulated all and insisted that in coming years we need to join hands to make India shine in the real sense.  

Students also presented kaleidoscope of activities like patriotic songs, speeches and dances and a special skit was also performed by the students of GCCBA on the occasion. At the end of function, laddoo’s were distributed amongst all and for photographs click here.

Annual Convocation and Prize Distribution Function

The 7th Annual Convocation and 10th Prize Distribution Function was held in Government College of Commerce and Business Administration, Sector 50, Chandigarh today. Sh. Jitender Yadav, IAS, Director of Higher Education, Chandigarh Administration (U.T.) 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 was more important than only receiving academic degrees. Mrs Manjit Kaur, the Principal of the College, presented the Annual Report of the college highlighting the achievements of the students who have excelled in the fields of academics and co-curricular activities during the session 2016-17.  Prof. Rosy Walia, Dean, presented the students of M.COM, B.COM and BBA for award of Degrees to the graduates. Around 225 degrees were awarded to the students of M.COM, B.COM (Hons in finance and E-Commerce), B.Com (pass course) and BBA.  Six students were awarded Roll of Honour in Academics, Sports and NSS. 37 students were awarded College Colour and 59 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 and for photographs click here.

NSS Annual Function

NSS Unit of GCCBA-,Sector-50, Chandigarh celebrated its Annual Function with great zeal and enthusiasm on 22 April, 2017. Dr Bikram Rana, State Liaison Officer, Chandigarh Administration was the chief guest on the occasion. Students performed various activities like Poetry Recitation, Musical Band Performance, Bhangra and Stand up performance. Principal Mrs Manjit Kaur praised the students for making contributions in Vittiya Saksharta Abhiyan, an MHRD project where three NSS student volunteers bagged positions in top 100 volunteers and the College stood at 5th position out of 4500 institutions all over India. The Chief Guest encouraged the NSS volunteers to understand their social responsibility to translate theory of class room learning in teaching the society and the weak. He also urged the teachers to make moral values as part of their class room teaching. Dr Bikramjit Kaur, NSS Coordinator highlighted the various activities of NSS Unit during the year.

Farewell Function

To bid adieu to the final year students of B.Com, BBA and M.Com a farewell party was organized by Govt. College of Commerce and Business Administration, Sector-50, Chandigarh on 21 April, 2017. The day was a fiesta devoted to the years spent together with friends and teachers to reminisce joyous moments. 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. Dr Rosy Walia, Dean of College graced the occasion as the chief guest and wished luck to the students for their future endeavours. She motivated them to work hard and bring laurels for themselves, their families and also remain connected to the institution. The students enjoyed a lot and departed from college with heavy hearts. The details of the winners of the fashion show is given below.

1 Miss GCCBA Aanchal Singh BBA-III
2 Mr GCCBA Rupinder Singh B.Com-III
3 MS CHARMING Pavit Mendiratta BBA-III
4 MR PERSONALITY Lakshay Singla B.Com-III

Ninth Annual Athletic Meet

GCCBA, Sector 50, Chandigarh organised its Ninth Annual Athletic Meet with great zeal and fervour. Dean Dr. Rosy Walia, extended a warm welcome to the august gathering. The Chief Guest for the Annual Sports Day Mrs Manjit Kaur, Principal inaugurated the function and declared the sports meet open. While speaking on the occasion she addressed the students laying emphasis on forming an attitude to reach the highest in life and the importance of sports in life. She also praised Deepak Singh of B.Com-II for winning gold medal in the P.U. Inter College, Chandigarh Senior State and Senior National Boxing Championship after beating Davindro Singh who was two time Olympian and silver medalist in Commonwealth games. He is likely to represent India at international level. Divleen of B.Com-I won silver medal in Chandigarh Senior State Cycle track events and Pavit of BBA-III for winning bronze medal in Senior National Roller Hockey Championship. Various track and field events and games were organised. Fun games like Musical chair, Balance on one leg, Spoon and Lemon race, slow cycle race, and skipping were specifically enjoyed by the students. Around 50 Prizes were awarded to the winners of various events held during the day. A vote of thanks was proposed by Dr Rajiv Salwan, Sports In-charge and Registrar of the College and for more photographs click here.

Analytical Techniques of Research-II

Govt. College of Commerce & Business Administration, Sector-50, Chandigarh is organizing RUSA sponsored Seven Day Faculty Development Program on “Analytical Techniques of Research-II” from 20th to 26th March 2017. The purpose of this program is to sharpen and expand the research quality of the faculty members and research scholars of various colleges in the region. The applications were invited from various colleges and 43 participants were short listed. The Eminent Resource Persons invited for the Program are, Dr. Balwinder Singh, Associate prof. Department of Commerce and Business Management at Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar and Secretary, Indian Commerce Association at Indian Commerce Association, Prof. Lakhwinder Singh-Department of Commerce and Business Management at GNDU, Amritsar, Dr Sumit Kumar, Assist Prof., Dept. of Economics, Sri Guru Granth Sahib World University, Fatehgarh Sahib, and Dr. Nitin Arora, Assist. Prof., Department of Economics, Punjab University, Chandigarh. The topics to be covered are Discriminant Analysis, Factor Analysis, Regression Analysis, Cluster Analysis, ANOVA, MANOVA and advanced econometrics techniques etc. The FDP was inaugurated by Ms. Manjit  Kaur, Principal GCCBA. The FDP is made free for all the delegates.

GCCBA-50 Chandigarh Received Award For Outstanding Performance In Digital Financial Literacy Campaign By MHRD New Delhi

For supporting the campaign of Digital (payments and receipts) financial transactions with the motive of less cash society, Government College of Commerce and Business Administration, Sector-50, Chandigarh took part in this campaign. The Volunteers made efforts to make people learn to carry out financial transactions digitally under the guidance and motivation of Dr. Bikramjit Kaur (VISAKA College Nodal Officer).

More than 4500 institutions in the country participated in the campaign in which 1089 volunteers were selected. Based on the work done by the volunteers and evaluation by the MHRD team, 20 Best Institutes were invited at National Convention of VISAKA on 8th march 2017 at Vigyan Bhavan Delhi where GCCBA, Sector- 50, Chandigarh was ranked Vth out of these 20 Best Institutes. Out of 400 Best Volunteers 3 students of the college (Ms. Sahi Aggarwal, Mr. Paramjit Singh Hunjan and Mr. Saksham Verma) along with the Principal Mrs Manjit Kaur were invited to receive the Award for OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE IN DIGITAL FINANCIAL LITERACY CAMPAIGN on behalf of the institute. Sahi Aggarwal of GCCBA Sector- 50 Chandigarh was placed at FIFTH position for her exceptional performance. The dignitaries who presented the awards were Shri Prakash Javadekar, Hon’ble Central Minister of Human Resource Development, Shri Ravi Shankar Prasad (Union Minister of Law and Justice) and Mr K K Sharma, Secretary, MHRD. For photographs click here.

Contemporary Practices in Modern Business

Government College of Commerce and Business Administration, Sector 50, Chandigarh organized  a One Day  National Seminar sponsored by College Development Council, Panjab University Chandigarh based on the theme  “Contemporary Practices in Modern Business: Opportunities and Challenges” on 21st February 2017. The seminar was a remarkable, memorable and knowledgeable event where many eminent personalities from different galaxies deliberated on the Business opportunities and challenges which is the key focal area in the domain of humanities in recent times. Post demonetization, many issues of managerial practices and overall aspects of the impact and contribution of changes have taken place so rapidly that it needs to be re looked and analyzed as how these changes affect all aspects of the corporate world. To address this issue many researchers, Professors, management scholars, students, technocrats and educationists from all over India participated and shared their ideas in the technical sessions based on various inter-disciplinary themes such as Human Resource Management, Innovation and  IT, Finance and Audit just to name a few. Near about 92 delegates attended and presented their papers in the seminar.  

Prof Dinesh K Gupta (Dean University Instructions, Panjab University Chandigarh) was the Chief Guest and Prof. (Dr) S .K. Chadha (Chairman, UBS PU, Chandigarh) was the Keynote Speaker for the inaugural session.  Prof Dinesh highlighted the need to focus on changing our system so that our students are well equipped with the competencies which also create value with emphasis on the purpose of existence for the business organizations than serving for profit needs. Prof S.K Chadha in his key note address emphasized on multi various contemporary issues and highlighted that seeing the political changes in the world DE-globalization may also be a reality and we need to accept the challenge and prepare to cope with volatile effects it can have on the business world. The need of the hour is the holistic engagement of the human resource in any organization but above all protecting our environment in this era of technological development is of utmost importance for the survival of humans themselves.

Other eminent personalities included Dr. Nitin Gupta (Head of Department, LPU, Jalandhar ) who chaired the technical session I, Prof (Dr.) Sanjay Kaushik UBS, PU Chandigarh) & (Hony Director ICSSR NWRC, Panjab University, Chandigarh) addressed the gathering in the Valedictory Function.